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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLLMANA 



CR071.5 

D96i 

1982 

NAME 



UNIVERSITY OF N,C AT CHAPEL HILL 



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^^^^" FOR USE ONLY IN 

[ THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 




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An index to: 

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THE DURHAM SUN 



Name 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 INDEX: 

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

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



INDEXING DEPTH: 

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



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



ORGANIZATION: 

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

For filing purposes acronyms 
and initialisms precede words 
or phrases. Within word groups 
commas precede characters 
(e.g. "N.C., state employees" 
precedes "N.C. Dept. of Agri- 
culture"). In general, numerals 
precede letters (e.g. "Wil- 
mington 10" precedes "Wil- 
mington ABC Board"). Hy- 
phens are regarded as spaces 
and apostrophes are ignored. 

Following a name or subject 
heading is a list of the articles 
pertaining to that name or sub- 
ject. For each a headline is pro- 
vided along with symbols iden- 
tifying the name of the newspa- 
per, edition, date, section, page, 
type of item, reporter by-line 
and type of illustration. (Expla- 
nations of the symbols appear 
on the following pages. ) 



Key To Symbols Used in IND-EX 



NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 



ED (Edition) 

1 Isted. (regional) 

2 2nd (final) ed. (local) 



SEC (Section) 
PG (Page) 

TYP(Type) 

A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/ Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the editor 

MMap 

NNews 

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 

C19 CARVER.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 

(J43 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 

J06JALUVKA,LYNN 

J50 JONES, H. G. 

J52 JONES, JULIE 

J58 JONES, RICHARD 

J66 JOVA, CAROL 

K90 KREUZWIESER, MARK 

L25 LEE, BILL 

L30 LEE, ELEANOR 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD 

L57 LOUGEE, GEORGE 

M09 MCPHERSON, KATHRYN 

M19 MCQUAY, JOE 

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 



S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 
S36 SHERRILL, BOB 
S41 SHIPE, ERNIE 
S45 SINK, JOHN 
S51 SMITH, BILL 
S56 SMITH, DEBBIE 
S66 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 WEFING, 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 

Xll MARKELL & HOWARD 

X12 FERRELL & KREUZWIESER 

X13 FRIEDMAN & BROWN 

X14 WHELESS & MARKELL 

X15 DAMIANO & FERRELL 

X16 STOVALL & KREUZWIESER 

X17 UPCHURCH & FERRELL 

X18 STOVALL & UPCHURCH 

X19 GILKESON & VANCIL 

X20 COOPER & SPARKS 

X21 STOVALL & FERRELL 

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 

ON & MARKELL 
X46 ANDREWS & BEST 
X47 ADAMS & JALUVKA 
X48 STOVALL & BOLICK 



Regular Columns and Features 



Feature 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE (HARRY HOLLINGSWORTH) 

ANN LANDERS 

BOOK COLUMN (BETTY HODGES) 

BULL'S EYE 

COOK'S CORNER 

CREATIVE DESIGNS (PATTERNS) 

DAILY BREAD (PURNELL BAILEY) 

DURHAM COUNTY FARM CORNER (CARL HODGES) 

EARL WILSON 

ERMA BOMBECK 

THE EYE 

FILM PROJECTIONS (ALFEATHERSTON) 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT 

FREE OF CHARGE (SUSAN BROILI) 

FRIDAY 

GAIL MICHAELS 

GARDEN CLINIC 

GOREN ON BRIDGE (CHARLES GOREN) 

HANDICAPPED MAILBAG (BETTE ELLIOTT) 

HELOISE II 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 

LITERARY LANTERN (WALTER SPEARMAN) 

MERLE ELLIS-THE BUTCHER 

MINI-MOVIE REVIEWS 

ORANGE FARM NEWS (EBERT PIERCE) 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

PEOPLE IN BUSINESS 

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY (JOE GRAEDON) 

PLANTS IN THE HOME (ELVIN MCDONALD) 

R.C. SMITH 

SCIENCE, MEDICINE NOTES 

SCOREBOARD (SPORTS SCORES) 

SERIES OF SKETCHES OF DURHAM AND HER 

CITIZENS (WYATT DIXON) 

SHEINWOLD ON BRIDGE 

SOAP OPERA SCENE 

THE SOUTHERN GARDENER (W.L. HUNT) 

SPORTS FINE PRINT (SPORTS SCORES) 

SPORTS MONDAY 

STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS 

SUNDIAL 

SUNSHINE SPECIAL 

SUPER $AVER (JAN LEASURE) 

TV WORLD 

TEENS 

TRAVEL (RITA BERMAN) 

TRIANGLE CALENDAR 

WEATHER 

THE WEEKEND GARDENER (LIB GRIFFIN) 

WHIRL 

WHIRL CALENDAR 

WORKING WOMAN (NIKI SCOTT) 

THE YOUNGER SET 



Newspaper 


Day 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


SUN.,MON. 


SUN 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


MON.,WED.,FRI. 


HERALD 


SUN.,TUES.,THURS. 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


TUES.-SAT. 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


FRI.,SUN. 


SUN 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


TUES.,THURS.,SAT. 


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HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


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HERALD 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


WEDNESDAY 


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FRIDAY 


HERALD 


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HERALD 


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HERALD 


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MONDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


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WEDNESDAY 


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HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


SATURDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


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HERALD 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


SUN 


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FRIDAY 



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U/31/82 



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A TBILOGV OF AARON STARDOM 
COOPER BEGS AARON FOR HTS RELEASE 



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9 NAY VOTES ARE PUZZLE FOR AA^ON 

3RAVES" MINOR-LEAGUE INVESTMENTS PAY BIG-LEA 

HEAP THE ONE ABOUT HANK. . .? 



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JBATEMARCO. TOM 

ABATE"ARCO NEW AI^E TO VALVAMO 
NOTES AND THOUGHTS 

aaeOTT, JIM 

LEGAL SERVICES PROSE CONTINUING 

ASOELNOUR. MAXINE ?ARBOU^ 
OBITUARY 

AanuL - MAJIEDi ARNETT 

MUSLIM OEFERENCES WERE OUTDATED 

ABOULLiH. AMEEN KAREEM 

MAN CONVICTED IN OFFICER'S TEA TH 
MAN CONVICTED OF POLICEMAN'S lEATH 

ABERNATHY, CHARLES F. IWILMINGTONI 
ABEPNATHY CHARGED 
REAL ESTATE AGENT ARRESTED 

ABERNATHY, JODIE OELANE (LINCOLNTONI 

BODY OF TEEN-AGE GIRL IS FOUND IN PLASTIC BAG 

MAN HELD WITHOUT BOND IN SLAYING OF TEEN-ACER 

LINCOLNTON GIRL HAD HEAD INJURIES 

HEARING IS POSTPONED 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING GIRL 

MAN SENTENCED TO DIE FOP KILUNG TEEN-AGER 

ABFRNATHY, NANCY (ORANGE) 

SHE PUTS 'FLESH ON THE BONES OF HISTORY' 

ABERNETHY, J. EVERETTE JR. IRAUEIGHI 
OBITUARY 

ABLE. "ICHAEL 

MAN HELD IN SLAYINGS OF TWO ELJERLY WOMEN 

2 MISSING RINGS GAVE POLICE CLUE 
SLAYINGS 3RING 2 LIFE TERMS 

AIAM IBRAM SELLS SALMON APARTMENTS 

TEARING DOWN THE OLD 

WORK STARTS ON CONDOMINIUMS 

ALL 90 CONDOMINIUMS SOLO AT TM E WAREHOUSE PROJECT 

ABRAM, JAMES (RALEIGHI 

TWO MEN 'LOST' IN WAKE JAIL 

ABRAMSON. EILEEN R. 

NIXON LIBRARY: CONSIDER REWAROS 

»BPA"50N, GUSTAVE "GUS" 

3 £ G: IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM, IT STANDS FOR BEN AND GUS 

AC?» HARPY W. 

OP. BAKER MISREPRESENTED 

AC05TA. PEPTHA 

3 SENTENCED IN COCAINE CASE 

ACOSTA, JOPGE L. 

3 SENTENCED IN COCAINE CASE 

ADAMS, AL 



LONGER LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS SEEN 

3ILL M4Y 3E REVIVED TO HELP N. C. BUDGET 

OBSTACLES OVERWHELM ERA 



ADAMS, ALLISON 

REPORTER'S FEATURE IS 'EXCELLENT WORK' 
TIUPING IN ENGLAND: A LOOK AT LYME REGIS 

ADAMS, 3ESSIE CALLAWAY ICHAPEL HILL I 

OBITUARY 

«0«MS, 3EVERLY 

SCIENCE, "ATH pioneers REAOY FOR FIRST GRADUATION 

ADAMS, CHARLES 

OFFICIALS CONSIDERING ACTION ON FOOTBALL. SOCCER PROBLEMS 

ADAMS, F. CECIL JR. (BRIG. GEN.) 

general: SOVIET TROOPS OUTNUMP EP U.S. SOLDIERS 

ADAMS, HELEN JEAN 
OBITUARY 

ADAMS, JACK 

A CENTER OF QPEN-MINOEDNESS 

ADAMS. JAMES A. (FORSYTH CO.) 

FORSYTH SUPERINTENDENT MAY LEAVE N.C. 

ADAMS, JOHN (GnLFER) 

RENNEP CAPTURES A SHARE OF LEAD IN HALL OF FAME 

ADAMS, JOHN 0. JR. 

MAN SHOT AT HOME 

ADAMS, JOHN 0. SR. 

MAN SHOT AT HOME 



S, JOHN OR. (UNC PROFESSOR) 
CAMERAMEN WON'T BURST INTO 



ADAMS, KING OAVIO JR. (HIGH POINT) 
GISL, 12, CHARGED IN SLAYING 
JUVENILE "UROER PETITION AGAI'IST GIRL, 12 



TO OUR HAM COURTROOMS 

OROPPEO 



ADAMS. ROD 

ADAMS TO PUN FOP COMMISSIONER 

EASLEY WON'T RUN AGAIN; AD-AMS FILES 

MRS. SPAULOING, AOAMS FILE 

JAMES E. RAMSEY PREPARING TO ENTER 2N0 DISTRICT RACE 

WHERE DOES ROD AOAMS STAND? 

MOST BOARD HOPEFULS FAVOR NIGHT MEETINGS 

BOARD CANDIDATES: FAIR HIRING POLICY IS NEEDED 



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H 2 



S 2 
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S 2 
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H 2 

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S 2 
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H 2 

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H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

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2/07/92 
'./02/82 
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5/02/82 
5/09/32 



3/23/92 
3/2<./82 



1/09/82 
2/08/?2 
1/03/32 



B 2 

a 6 

B 11 

B 7 



A 15 

E 7 



9/26/82 
6/26/82 



8/04/82 
8/0'./82 



5/20/82 
5/21/82 
5/24/82 
6/03/82 
9/22/82 
9/23/82 



U/25/82 
8/22/82 



H 2 
H 2 

H 2 



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H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

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1/21/82 

1/23/82 

11/10/82 



1/12/82 

3/20/82 

3/21/82 

11/07/82 



3/21/82 
3/28/92 
7/25/82 
9/23/92 
3/13/82 
3/18/82 



2/24/P2 
5/23/92 
6/09/82 



2/17/82 
9/05/82 



B I 

C 1 

A 19 

10 



12/30/82 
5/15/82 

12/12/82 
3/16/82 

12/20/82 

10/15/82 
5/11/82 
9/18/92 
7/16/82 
7/16/82 

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1/11/82 
1/11/82 
1/12/P2 
4/07/82 
5/29/82 
6/03/82 
6/09/92 



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P U R66 

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N M71 

N M71 



N 

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A 13 
A 12 

A 15 
C 4 



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A 14 
A 11 
C 5 



A 13 

A 8 

A I 

A 4 

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A 17 

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B 2 

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CANOIOATES: COUNTY CAN'T WAKE U" LOST FUNDING 

CANDIDATES OICFES ON SEPTIC FAILURE SGLUTION 

HOPEFULS: CUT SERVICES ^E'Ci RAISING TAXES 

VOTE 03c ADAMS COUNTY COM" I SSI ONE* 

DA CANDIDATES LEAD IN S=ENOING FDD COUNTY RACES 

HIGHT REPORTS SPENDING "ORE TJAN INCUMBENTS 

ROD ADAMS SAYS THANK YOU I FOR THE SUCCESS QF OUR STORE IN DURHAM! 

THANK YCU DURHA" CiUNT Y . . . <0T5 ROD ADAMS COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

MINE CANOIuATES IN luIE^ FRAY 

MBS. HERON, INCUMBENTS GET COJNTY 30ARD NODS 

HERON. 4 INCU-BE'lTS »IN COUNT' 'RIMARY 

MOST "ONEY SPENT IN i>ACE FOR ^ISTRICT A-^TOftNEY'S SEAT 

DA'S "ACE MOST EXPENSIVE IN X'RHA" COUNTY PRIMARY 

A^A^S BACKS NANCE 

MRS. HFRQ'; RIPS ADAMS 

HERON CRITICIZES ENDORSEMENT 

AOAMSt SAM 

U.S. COACH LAUDS METTLE OF MEET S5U40 
ADAMS: U.S. NOT SCRUB TEAM 

SOAMS. T. C. 

SCHOOL BUS DIRECTOR RETIRING 

RETIRED TRANSPORTATION HEAD L»UDS BUS MECHANICS 

SOAMS, THORNIE "SLIM" 
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AOCOCK, 3ILLY OAYE 

ADCCCY "OVEO FROM mOSPIT 
MAN ACCUSED IN SLAYING F 
COURT SAYS ADCOCK ABLE T 
TWO DOCTORS SAY AOCOCK C 
DEATH PENALTY BEING SOUG 
DA OuesTIONS JURORS CLOS 
BILLY ADCOCK'S INSANITY 
AOCOCK JURY SELECTION GO 
3 JURORS PICKED FOR ADCD 
<> MORE JURORS TO BE CHOS 
ADCCC JURY SEATED; TRIa 
TEJTI-ONY SET TT ^EGIV 
»':c;C< MARITAL PROBLEMS 
WITNESSES PLACE AOCOCK 
AOCOCK '=IREO Gu". -ITNE5 
ADCOCK'S LAWYERS TRY TO 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS AOCOCK 
DOCTOR: AOCOCK -ENTALLY 
AOCOCK TAPES 5riO»N 
ADCOCK FAKERY UNLIKELY, 

DOCTOR CESC'ISES ACCCCK' 
TWO SiY ADCOCK OFTEN L£F 
WITNESSES TESTIFY AOCOCK 

PSYCHIATRIST SAYS ADCOCK 
TESTIMONY ENDS IN AOCOCK 
AOCOCK EaupTS DURING STA 
JURY OELI"ER»TIONS BEGIN 
AOCOCK FOUND GUILTY 
AOCOCK SENTENCING BEGI'iS 
SENTENCING TESTIMONY BEG 
AOCOCK COLLAPSES AT COUR 
A"COCK IN FAIR CONDITION 
ADCOCK HEARING RESUMES 
A-'COCK RETURNS TO COURT 
JURY GIVES AOCOCK LIFE I 
3ILLY RATE IDCOCK GIVEN 
SICK, VIOLENT CRIMINALS 
JAILERS ANC DRUGS 
JUDGE DENIES iOCOCK'S MO 
JUDGE DFNIES AOCOCK 310 
RESTORE PUBLIC HANGING 

AOCOCK, DELO°ES LLOYD 

ADCOCK MOVED FROM hOSPI'^al: 
MAN ACCUSEO IN SLAYING =OUND 
COURT SAYS ADCOCK ABLE ''0 ST 
TWO EOCTORS SAY ADCOCK CAPAB 
DA auESTIONS JURORS CLOSELY 
BILLY AOCOCK'S INSANITY PLEA 
AOCOCK JURY SELECTION GOES S 
3 JURORS PICKED FOR AOCOCK T 
<, MORF JURORS n BE CHOSEN I 
AOCOCK JURY SEATED; TRIAL TO 
TESTIMONY S=T TO 3EGIN "ONDA 
AOCOCK "ARITAL PROBLEMS LINK 
WITNESSES PLACE AOCOCK AT KI 
AOCOCK FIPEO '.UN, WITNESSES 
AOCOCK'S LAWYERS TRY TO PROV 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS AOCOCK HAD 
DOCTOR: ADCOCK mentally ILL 
AOCOCK TAPES SHOWN 
AOCOCK FAKERY UNLIKELY, SAYS 
DOCTOR OESCRI'ES AOCOCK'S 3E: 
Two SAY AOCOCK OFTEN LEFT hO 
WIT''ESSES TESTIFY AOCOCK HAO 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS AOCOCK KNE 
TESTIMONY ENDS IN ADCOCK TRI 
ADCOCK ERUPTS DURING STATE'S 
JURY DELIBERATIONS BEGIN IN 
AOCOCK FOUND GUILTY 
AOCOCK SENTENCING BEGINS -ONI 
SENTENCING TESTIMONY BEGINS 
AOCOCK COLLAPSES at COURTHOU 
A'^CCK IN FAIR CONDITION 
AOCOCK HEARING RESUMES 
AOCOCK RETURNS TJ COURT AS S 
JURY GIVES 40C0CK LIFE IMPRI 
3ILLY RAYE AOrOCK GIVFN SENT 
JUDGE DFNIES AOCOCK'S MOTION 

•OCOCK. ELIJAH BARRY ( mqRR I SV I LLE 1 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG ?UST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-CDUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

AOCOCK, JACK mIlKERSON 
03ITUARY 

ADCOCK, WILLIAM FRANK "SILL" JR. 
• OBITUARY 



10 W IN PRISON 

= IT TO STAND TRIAL 
AND TRIAL 
LE 
IN AOCOCK TRIAL 

BECOMES ISSUE 
LOWLY 
RI AL 
N AOCOCK TRIAL 

START MONDAY 
Y IN ADCOCK TRIAt 
eO TO THREATS, SHOOTINGS 
LLING 
T3STIFY 
E HIS INSANITY 

MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES 



' SYCHIATPIST 

Hi VIOR 

spital 

■ een seen in durham 
right from wrong 

AL 

"INAL ARGUMENT 
ACCOCK TRIAL 

DAY FOR WIFE'S MUROER 

FOR AOCOCK 

S= FROM OVERDOSE 



ENTENCING RESUMES 

SONMFNT 

ENCE OF LIFE IN PRISON 

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c 




L 


Y 




P D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


3YL 


S 2 


6/n/">2 


c 


1 




G 


F30 


S 2 


6/U/52 


c 


1 




G 


F30 


S 2 


6/12/52 


A 


3 




G 


= 30 


S 2 


6/1A/R2 


A 


5 





A 




H 2 


()/23/B2 


A 


l"- 




N 


351 


S 2 


6/2A/°2 


i 


14 




N 


S33 


S 2 


!)/25/R2 


A 


8 





A 




H 2 


6/27/82 


A 


10 


P 


A 




H 2 


6/27/B2 


D 


1 





N 


331 


H 2 


6/30/=2 


A 






N 


= 31 


S 2 


6/30/52 


3 


i 


P 


N 


F30 


5 2 


7/12/92 


A 


1 


P 


*J 


F30 


H 2 


7/13/52 


3 


1 




N 




H 2 


10/16/82 


3 


1 




N 




H 3 


10/18/52 


3 


1 


D 


N 




S 2 


10/13/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


6/23/32 


3 


5 




F 


t52 


S 2 


6/24/82 


B 


1 


9 


N 


F25 


H 2 


7/29/82 


A 


3 




N 


W24 


S 2 


7/2'R/82 


A 


14 




N 





H 2 2/27/82 3 



S 2 3/19/82 C 1 



H 


2 


12/01/92 


A 


1 N 


«5l 


H 


2 


5/04/82 


3 


I N 


951 


s 


2 


5/D4/92 


A 


) N 




H 


2 


10/23/32 


3 


I N 


351 


H 


2 


ll/DR/82 


3 


1 N 


B51 


s 


2 


11/09/32 


A 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


U/10/92 


a 


N 


351 


5 


? 


11/10/82 


A 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


11/11/82 


A 1 


N 


351 


s 


7 


U/ll/52 


A 


I N 


F30 


H 


2 


U/12/82 


3 


N 


351 


s 


2 


1/12/82 


8 


N 




s 




1/15/82 


A 


I N 


F30 


H 


2 


/16/82 


3 


N 


951 


s 


2 


U/16/32 


A 


I N 


F30 


H 


2 


11/17/82 


3 


N 


351 


s 


2 


11/17/B2 


A 


N 


= 30 


H 


2 


11/13/52 


B 


N 


351 


s 


2 


11/19/82 


A 


S 


F30 


H 


2 


U/19/82 


E 


N 


B51 


s 




11/19/32 


A 


1 N 


FSO 


H 


7 


11/20/82 


a 


P N 


351 


s 


"2 


11/20/82 


A 


■ N 


= 30 






11/22/82 


A 


I N 


F30 


s 


2 


1 /23/=2 


A 


N 


U57 


H 


2 


11/24/32 


a 


1 N 


351 


s 


2 


U/24/92 


A 


N 


U57 


H 


2 


11/25/82 


A 


1 N 


351 


s 


2 


U/2S/82 


A 


I N 




s 


2 


ll/29/>"2 


a 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


11/30/82 


A 


D N 


B51 


s 


2 


11/30/82 


A 


1 N 


= 30 


s 


2 


12/Dl/°2 


A 


N 




H 


2 


2/02/82 


A 


*, 


= 51 


s 


2 


2/:2/92 


A 


1 N 


F30 


H 


2 


2/03/52 


A 


N 


351 


H 


2 


12/D5/»2 


A 


1 G 


=30 


H 


2 


12/07/82 


A 4 L 




H 


2 


.2/19/=2 


3 


I N 




s 


2 


12/13/92 


A 15 N 




H 


2 


12/20/62 


A 4 L 




H 


2 


l2/0!/"2 


A 


N 


= 51 


H 


2 


5/04/82 


3 


N 


351 


s 


2 


5/04/92 


A 


) V 




H 


2 


10/23/82 


B 


N 


= 51 


s 


2 


11/09/R2 


A 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


11/10/52 


3 


N 


351 


s 


7 


ll/10/»2 


A 


N 


= 30 


H 


2 


11/11/92 


A I 


N 


951 


s 


2 


11/11/82 


A 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


U/12/32 





N 


351 


s 


2 


11/12/92 


3 ' 


N 




s 


2 


11/15/52 


A 




= 30 


H 


2 


11/16/82 


B 


D .; 


351 


s 




11/16/02 


A 


N 


= 30 


H 


2 


U/17/82 


3 


N 


351 


s 


2 


11/17/92 


A 


N 


= 30 


H 


2 


11/18/82 


B 


N 


= 51 


s 


2 


11/19/32 


A 


N 


= 30 


H 


2 


11/19/82 


3 


N 


= 51 


S 


2 


U/19/52 


A 


N 


= 30 


H 


2 


11/20/32 


B 


3 N 


551 


s 


2 


11/20/52 


A 


N 


= 30 


s 


2 


11/22/82 


A 


N 


= 30 


s 


2 


11/23/52 


A 1 


N 


J57 


H 


2 


U/24/82 


3 


N 


= 51 


s 


2 


11/24/52 


A 


N 


U57 


H 


2 


ll/25/°2 


A 1 


N 


=51 


s 


2 


U/28/»2 


A 


N 




s 


2 


11/29/52 


a 


N 


F30 


H 


2 


1 /30/P2 


A 


P N 


351 


s 


2 


I /30/52 


A 


N 


F30 


s 


2 


12/01/O2 


A 1 


N 




H 


2 


I2/D2/''2 


A 


N 


= 51 


s 


2 


12/02/82 


A 


N 


= 30 


H 


2 


12/03/82 


A 1 


N 


351 


H 


2 


12/19/82 


3 1 


N 





AOKINS' JAMES IwISE CO., VA.I 

INDICTMEN IN VA. CHARGES PERjJRY 



S 2 6/04/»2 A I 
H 2 6/05/92 B 14 



H 2 3/07/32 A 18 
H 2 4/09/82 A 22 
H 1 1/23/82 B 1 N 



MONTHLY/ANSUAU INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



"t?!7/8i 



FJMILIES OF SICK PEOPLE FIND HOMES IN DURHl'1 

LAW 



SOLE'!. BiPNETTE (R4LEIGHI 

PAPnoNEO '^UPOEPEP MAY PPACTICF 



EMAN AJARD 

ONG WAY OFF, SCIENTIST SAYS 



AT N.C. CONFERENCE 
PROGRAM 



AGNELLT. SAMUEL ANTHONY 
a»ITU«PY 
OBITUARY 

IGPESTO. JOHN THOMAS 

AGPESTO GIVEN NATIONAL POST 

AGUAYO, AL'iEPT J- OR. 

NEUPOLOGIST TO RECEIVE '92 v(A< 
AGUAYO TO GET NEUPQLQGY AWARD 
HELP FOP PARAPLEGICS REMAINS L 

AICH6R. JOSEPH R. JR. OR. 

NCCU PROFESSOR PRESENTS PAPER 
NCCU MAY OFFER 'PEACE STUDIES' 

AIKEN, EPVIN SAMUEL 
OPITUAHY 

AIKEN, GEORGE W. ( SELLERS V ILLE, PA. 

OPITUARY 

AIKEN, THELMA WHEELOUS 
OBITUARY 

AITkEN. p. WESLEY REV. 

DUKE HOSPITAL FUND HELPS NEEDY 

AKLANO. GERALD 

CARBON MONOXIDE: NEW MONITOR ' 

ALARIE, MAPK 

ALARIF COMMITS TO OUKF 
SPRING HAS SPRUNG FOR DUKE REC 
ALAPIE NEXT IN DUKE'S LINE 
FPE5H START WITH FROSH 
DAWKI'iS FIRST IN LINE FOR STAR 
ALAPIE STEADIES DEVILS 

ALBECK. STAN 

ALBECK HELPS BANKS TO WIN HIS 

ALBERT. "APVIN GIBBONS (CHAPEL HILL 
OPITUARY 

ALBRIGHT. HUBERT 

4 DURHAM "EN CHARGED WITH HAVI 

ALBRITTON, PAUL 

RALEIGH FIRM PLANS CENTER CLOS 

ALPRITTON, RACHEL 

MAN CONVICTEO 0= MURDER 
MAN GFTS LIFE SENTENCE 
SLAYING ePINGS LIFE SENTENCE 

ALCHFR, JOSEPH R. JR. 

NCCU'S 'LONE RANGER' WINS HIS SPURS 

ALCIPRF, TOM ICHAPEL HILLI 

SMOKERS SHOULD ^i TAXED 

ALCON, LEONARD 

MOVE TO GUST CETA HEAD IN ALAMANCE COUNTY FAILS 

ALDEN, CHARLES DR. 

PLAYING GAMES WITH NAMES 

ALDERMAN, NORA JONES 
OBITUARY 
OPITUARY 

SLDRIDGE, MILES 

SLOAN ADOS 'iTH ASSISTANT COACH 

ILFXANDEP, aARBAPA C TOM IP0X60R0I 

^OXEOPO MOVES TOWARD THE NATIDNAL REGISTER... 



PATIENTS 
ECOROS LEVELS PEOPLE BREATHE 

RUITING 

DOM 

SPURS 
I 

NG LOTTERY TICKETS 
E TO MALL 



BEACHI 
COMPANY 



Y, ARSON 
K-IN 



ALEXANDER, EDWARD J. (NORTH MYRTLE 
GRAND JURY INDICTS N.C. STEEL 

ALEXANDER, EMMA 

DUPLEX CAMaGEO by fire 

POLICE CHARGE HAN WITH BURGLAR 

3 DURHAM TEENS CHARGED IN BREA 

ALEXANDER, G. BLAKE OR. 

YARD TFFgPS FLAIR OF SOUTHWEST 
THIEVES hIT STONEYBROOK DRIVE 

ALEXAN1EP, JAMES DR. 

CHURCH TO OBSERVE 118TH ANN I VE 

ALEXANOEP. JOHN LINDSEY 
OBITUARY 

ALEXAN(1EP, LUCRETIA E. (PHILADELPHIA, PA. I 
OBITUARY 

ALEXANDER, RICKY (MECKLENBURG CO.i 

fl U'lVEILS 'PIG 6' LIST OF FJGITIVES 
"IG SIX' CRIMINAL CAPTURED 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT 

FOUR RECEIVE 'SILVER BEAVER' 



HOME 
RSARY 



ALEXANDER , 



wnMAN, P5, FriDS, CHASES INTRU 
DURHAM »&H POBdFD ON PQPCH 

ALFORD. CHARLES 

COUPLE FELL IN LOVE AT 'SECOND' 

ALPOPD. HARRIET (CARPBOROl 

OFFICERS SHOULD NOT oE DI5APMEC 

ALFOPD, HERAL M. "PETE" 
OBITUARY 

ALFORD, RON 

ELECT LFARY SHERIFF 



COUT AWARDS 
DER 

SIGHT 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 



DATE 
12/24/B2 



1D/31/P2 
U/J2/°2 



H 2 6/03/P2 A 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



S 2 
S J 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

5 2 

H 2 



S 2 

M 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



10/10/82 
10/ll/''2 
10/16/82 



4/09/52 
12/10/92 



4/18/92 
5/1P/82 
2/11/82 
12/13/82 
9/26/92 



3/17/82 

3/19/92 

3/19/92 

11/17/92 

U/1P/P2 

11/30/92 



I T 

L Y 

PO L P '>YL 

1 R N JOt 

14 N 

6r 

P 

1 1 P N 

N 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 



2/13/82 

3/19/92 

10/16/82 

10/30/92 

2/03/92 
2/04/92 
2/05/82 

2/07/82 

9/03/92 

3/02/82 

10/29/92 



9 
2 
6 
19 
I 



N 
N 

N 
N 







N M23 



3 P N 330 



1 N F25 

1 U 071 

1 N 

2 P F M71 
15 P F F25 

1 P U 018 



U M71 





H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



9/D4/92 
9/05/92 



12/17/82 
2/28/92 
3/05/32 



1 P 3 A20 

5 L 

1 N H60 

4 L 



1 P F L30 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



10/10/92 
10/13/92 
10/13/"2 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



6/27/92 
7/06/92 



5/01/82 
3/24/82 
8/23/82 



9/29/82 
10/07/32 



9 

13 

3 



l^i = F G78 
13 N 



6 P N 
6 
6 
N 



H 2 l/3'l/°2 3 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



0/14/92 
6/14/P2 



9/12/92 
1/30/P2 
l/13/°2 
7/26/82 



14 

10 N 

1 R N 

1 N 
7 M 

2 9 p 556 
4 L 

4 n 



MONTMLY/AN 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



N « « E S 



PAGE 
l/lT/9: 



C ?G L ' irL 



MUSSEIN (KENYA 
AFRICAN GUESTS 



SAY MO>IELAMO MJCH DIFFERENT 



H 2 6/25/<"2 3 2 » = 4*5 



ALL 5"E!KH RJSTUM 

■i"RLO OIL ?"LrTTCS TOPIC fjr i qoh 

NCCU'S ShIc<M ALI IS .JINOOW iARCENER 

PETROLEUM POLITICS =ULFILL "REJICTIO.MS OF NCCU 'ROF 

PEOPLE AND ^HAT THEY'RE DOING 

PEACE PCcCICTIGN: 1CCU PROFESSOR SAYS JEnS. ASAES rJlLL ONE "^ay SETTLE.. 

NCCU'S ALI: OIL SPREAD HELPS J.S. 

NCCU PRCF: PAKISTAN SEEKS NUCLcAR 30M» 

NCCU PROF: NUCLEAR CLUB MAY EXPSND 

ALLEN, AAR^N ANTHONY 

FPOTPOINTS SRE CLUE 

DURHA" PSOS CATCH ESCAPEE 

ESCAPEE SACK IN DURHA" JAIL AFTER 2 ,JEE<S 

ALLEN, AL FITZGERALD (HENOERSONl 

PERJURY CHARGE FILED ON 'MINISTER 

ALLEN, ANNIS HARGROVE 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, 3ETTY CAYTON ICHAPEL HILLI 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE APRESTEO IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

TEACHER SUSPENOEO WITH PAY 

ALLEN, 5ILLY «AYN£ 

TWO HEN CHARGED IN ORANGE 3REAK-IN 

ALLE'I, BRIAN ALEXANDER IRICH-'OND, VIRGINIA) 

OFFICERS ARREST 6 FOR DRUGS DURING CONCERT AT DUKE 
SEVEN ARRESTED AT DUKE CONCERT 

ALLEN, C. X. (3aha«AI 
OBITUARY 

C. •". ALLE.N WILL ?E HISSED 
TRIBUTE TO C. M. ALLEN 

ALLEN, CHANEY 

BLACK ALCOHOLIC TELLS STORY OF HER LIFE TO HELP OTHERS 

ALLEN. CHARLES ROGER (WILSONl 

FOR"ER JAYCEES RLAME COMPETITION FOR "JAHSCAM" 

ALLEN, CHUCK IPUELISHES VIET VET PAPERI 
VET FIGHTS WITH PEN 

ALLEN, DANIEL 

TRAIN SEVERS MAN'S ARM 

ALLEN, E. A. CAPT. 

DURHAM POLICE PLAN SEEKS TO PREVENT 3USI.NESS CRIME 

ALLEN, EIITh ADAMS 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, E"VIN L. JR. 

"jylJ, iJJNT^iOOSTS FORTUNES 0= Durham BUSINESS CHAIN 
MINORITIES TO GET HELP IN BUSINESS 

ALLEN, EVA BAKER 
O'lTuAkY 

ALLEN, GEORGE CLEVELAND 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, HARPY W. 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, HERBERT ( "ILLSaOROUGH I 
uEST fAMOIOATE 

ALLEN, J. 3. JR. (JUDGE) 

GROUP ELECTS JUDGE TO POST 

ALLEN, J. 'JITNA (CARROLL COUNTY, VA . ] 
SHOOTOUT IN CARROLL COUNTY 

ILLEN, JERALC LEE ( F lYETTE V I LLE ) 

fAYETTEVILLE MAN DROWNS AT 3EACH 

ALLEN, JERRY 

JUDGE ORDERS ABC BOARD TO REPIY <EN 
AOC BOARD TO PAY aACK WAGES TO WORKERS 

ALLEN, JERRY (HIGH POINT) 

MAN BURNED AT PLANT DIES 

ALLEN, JESSE ROBERT 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, JOHN THOMAS 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, KERMIT LEE 

CASH AND JEWELRY TAKEN !N DURHA" COUNTY BREAK-IN 

»LLEN, LEWIS (513 COLFAX ST.) 
3LIN0 MAN IS ATTACKED 
SLINO MAN RHSSEP 

ALLEN, MELISSA 

MELISSA ALLEN: WINDOW PAINTER 

ALLEN, MINA HOLT 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, MTTZI H. 

TRIBUTE TO P. A. GLENN 



S ? 2/24/32 A 11 

H 2 2/23/R2 A 12 

H 2 3/2l/!2 D 1 

H ' <./01/P2 C i:) 

H 2 ^/12/»2 C 1 

H 2 10/30/32 A » 

S 2 12/04/B2 A 3 

H 2 12/09/02 C 15 



S 2 l/l«/B2 C 1 
H 2 3/31/°2 A 13 
S 2 3/31/82 C 22 



H 2 5/23/S2 A 17 
H 2 3/06/82 A 3 



S 2 6/04/'>2 A 1 
H 2 6/a5/«2 3 lA 
H 2 6/0"'/32 C IC 



H 2 11/24/32 3 1 



S 2 4/03/32 A 1 
H 2 4/04/32 C 1 



H 2 11/14/32 c 4 
H 2 11/20/32 A 4 
H 2 12/23/52 A 4 



S 2 5/20/32 A 6 

H 2 12/12/82 C 23 

H 2 10/10/32 2 

S 2 7/15/52 C 1 

5 2 7/17/82 A 1 

H 2 11/22/32 3 7 

H 2 4/25/02 D ID 

S 2 9/2=>/?2 A 1 

H 2 12/15/"2 C 9 

H 2 1/06/52 A 11 

H 2 9/02/52 C 17 

H 2 7/23/32 A 4 

H 1 11/02/32 a I 

H 2 2/12/32 1 

H 2 3/23/32 6 7 



= F G7B 
P = A20 
P N 
p U H49 

N 

N 

N 



N 057 
N -'51 



N S93 




P N =78 
P N S83 



H 2 3/11/32 A 1 
S 2 3/11/32 C 1 



H 2 5/21/B2 A 10 

H 2 2/23/82 A 17 

H 2 2/24/82 A 11 

H 2 2/11/32 A 25 



H 2 12/20/32 5 1 
S 2 12/20/82 A 5 



H 2 12/17/82 1 
H 2 1/03/82 C 4 
H 2 9/07/82 A 5 



P F W66 


L 



WARRANT DENIED MAN IN A3C CASE 

MAGISTRATE WON'T ISSUE WARRANT 

GRAND JURY RULES FOR ABC OFFICER 

NO ACION TO =E TAKEN AGAINST ASC OFFICER 

INJURED MAN SUES COUNTY 

ALLEN, RICHARD R. "Bn33Y" 

FAYFTTEVILLE rCNTRACTOR RELEASED FROM P9IS0 

ALLEN, RICHARD V. (REAGAN ADVISER) 
MR. ALLEN'S DEPARTURE 



H 2 \/Z1/'2 3 ■- 

S 2 1/20/32 C 5 

H 2 2/03/82 3 1 

S 2 2/03/52 C 3 

H 2 11/36/32 A 3 



H 2 2/24/=2 A p 

H 2 1/06/52 A 4 



N 

N 

N 351 

N 

N 351 



MONTHLT/ 



A N <( U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



N A H E S 



N S 
P 



OATE 



S I 

E L 

C PG L 



PAGE ; 
1/17/63 



ILLEN, ROBERT C. 

STORY -MISLEAniNG' ON UNC TEA:h6R PAY 

ALLEN. ROBERT T. 
0?ITL|ARY 

4LLEN, SAMUEL JOSEPH '■SA>(" 
G=ITUARV 

ALLEN. TAMT 

FELL IN LOVE; 



HE WAS ABLE TO JIN HEP OVER 



ALLEN. THO^■AS C. II 

AN ACT CF TYRANNY 

LSI Sf'CIAL SECURITY aE VOLUNTARY 

ALLEN. T^URMAN TAFT 
0° I TUARY 

ALLEN, TYRONE 

TRUANCY CASE SET FOR "QNOAY 
•IAN CONVICTED IN TRUANCY 



ALLEN, W. A. "9ILL" 

SHERIFF C'NOnATE RAPS LEARY. 
ALLEN. »EAO TO ADO NAMES TO CO 
PARKING TICKET DELAYS TRANSFER 
SHERIFF ALLEN FILES FOR RE-ELS 
CUNTY CRIME RATE DECLINES IN 
SNOW KEPT DEPUTIES AT HEAOOUAR 
ICE ON COUNTY ROADS PUTS HALT 
SHERIFF INSTATES DISARMING PQ'. 
GUN SUIT IS EYED BY CITY 
CITY May sgEK COURT ORDER ON 3 
LEAPY SAYS ALLEN OIDN'T NOTIFY 
BATTLE LINES ORAHN ON WEAPONS 
GUN LOCKUP DELAYED; CITY COUN: 
ALLEN DELAYS NEW GUN POLICY 
HAVE GUNc WILL TRAVEL (CARTOON 
LEARY FILES: ATTACKS ALLEN. BO 
OFFICERS SHOULD :m0T BE DISAPMF 
ALLEN DELAYS GUN POLICY OURINS 
SHERIFF AGREES TO OELAY GUN LO 
BOOKING AREA DOOR UNLOCKED 
SHERIFF INVFSTIGATES COMPLAINT 
DOOR IS RELOCKED IN BOOKING A» 
SHERIFF, nTHFR OFFICIALS HUDDL 
30AP0 TO DECIDE JN GUN POLICY 
DURHAM COMMISSIONERS TO CDNSI? 
BOARD DELAYS ^HERIF^'S GUN OQL 
OFFICIAL: SHERIFF'S GUN POLICY 
SEI PROBES ALLEGED BEATING 
MAN SURRENDERS AFTER FIRING AT 
SHERIFF ALLEN'S NO-GUN POLICY 
COMMISSIONERS OK GUN LQCK-UP ' 
DEL CASTILrtO lUESTIONS SHERIFF 
SHERIFF SOWS ILL WILL FOR A OU 
FUTURE NEWS ITEM: MARCH 2<. - S 
KEEP ALLEN AS SHERIFF 
PSO TRAINING RIGOROUS. THORCU" 
COUNTY CRIMF DIPS 4 PERCENT 
C'lME IN COUNTY DECLINES 4 P E^ 
LEAPY SAYS SHERIFF ALLEN POnR 
LETTER "AKES VOTER ThINk TWICE 
RE-ELECT BILL ALLEN SHERIFF 
SHERIFF OPENS CAMPAIGN HEAOOUA 
2 SEEKING TO UNSEAT ALLEN 
DA CA'IOIDATES LEAD IN SPENDING 
ANOTHER P»ISONE» ESCAPES 
MEET »UUR SHERIFF BILL ALLEN. 
A CHANGE ''F SHERIFFS 
VOTF Th": sheriff OU^ 
VTE TUESDAY, JUNE ;9 TO RE-EL 
TWO M'=N TRY TO DUST ALLEN AFTE 
SME'IFE DUCKED DEBATE 
BILL ALLEN'S RECORD 
GOOD DURHAM VOTER TURNOUT PP63 
BLiCK GPODP ENDORSES CIVIC C EN 
FRO^.'T-RUNNER ALLEN =ACES LEARY 
ALLEN SAYS ENDORSEMENT =Y BLa: 
OURHiM COUNTY SHERIFF BILL ALL 
B"«E UNDECIDED ON ENDORSEMENT 
ALLEN: SBI TO BF ASKED TO ENT= 
LEARY FILES FOR RUNOFF 
FEUD nvFR BOOKING AREA REKINOL 
BOWE OACKS LEARY IN RUNOFF =0' 
MOST "ONEY SPENT IN RACE FOR ^ 
BOwE FNDORSEMENT SURPRISES ALL 

DA'S RACE MOST Expensive in D'j 

MAJOR E^'OORSEMENTS. . .I9R2: I 
CHANGE DUE !N THE SHERIFF'S 0= 
OFFICERS EXCHANGE SWIPES ON DS 
JAILE" INCIDENT SPARKS CONFLIt 
A DAY AT THE SHERIFF'S (CARTOD 
TIMING OF JAILER'S ARREST jUES 
VOTF THE SHERIFF OUT 
ALLIANCE SITS OUT SHERIFF'S RJi 
sheriff: DOCTOR REPRIMANDED 
WHY THE OELAY. SHERIFF? 
VOTFRS DESERVE ANSWERS 
OFPUTIES ISKED ^0 ENDORSE ALLE 
RE;uEST UPSETS DEPUTIES 
SHE»IFF CANDIDATES WAIT FOR OE 
EX-OEPUTY'S VIEW 
FINE FEED NOT ENOUGH 
»HY RE-ELECT ALLEN? 
3ALCK CCM'-ITTEE ENDORSES LEARY 
VOTE TUESDAY, JULY Z7 TO ' E-EL 
LET'S RE-EL^CT SILL ALLEN SHER 
ENDORSEMENT CONFLICT ADOS SPA) 
LET'S RE-ELECT HILL ALLEN SHE^ 
ALLEN: CONG. RACE SWAYED panel 
ENDORSEMENTS CLOUD SHERIFF'S - 
ALLEN CRITICIZES CCMM'TTEE AC 
LEARY SWAMPS ALLEN It. SHERIFF' 
DURHAX COUNTY RESULTS 
DURHAM SHERIFF ADDRESSES SUPP'^ 
PHONY BALLOTS DISTRTjUTED FOR 
SAME "OTEL. DIFFERENT MOODS 
DECISIVE WIN ELATES LEARY 
BILL ALLEN SEFS STARS (CARTOON 
CANVASS ADOS TO LEARY TOTAL 
ALLEN WANTS HIS S500 BACK fP(D>' 
SHEPIFF MAY SUE PSO UNIT OVER 
CARELESS WORDS 



S 2 9/09/R2 A ". L 

H 2 7/l3/«2 C 2 

H 2 2/23/32 C 2 

H 2 7/19/82 E 2 » F 33C 



H 2 7/D9/?2 A 4 L 
H 2 11/19/82 A 5 L 





H 


2 


8/1D/82 


A 


3 









S 


2 


12/09/B2 


C 






N E05 




s 


2 


12/13/P2 


C 






N 


ALLEN 


H 


2 


1/05/P2 


3 




p 


N 851 


JNTY ELECTION LIST 


s 


2 


l/0'i/e2 


B 






N U57 




H 


2 


1/06/52 


B 






N 351 


CTION 


H 


2 


l/0>./»2 


B 




P 


N 


LRBl 


s 


2 


1/19/82 


A 






N U57 


TERS 


H 


2 


1/21/32 


B 






N A54 


TO DEPUTIES' PATROLS 


s 


2 


1/21/R2 


A 






N 


ICY 


s 


2 


,/22/82 


A 






N 




H 


2 


/23/82 


A 






N 


UN POLICY 


5 


2 


/23/82 


A 






N 


HIM OF NEW PROCEDURE 


H 


2 


/25/R2 


A 






N 


POLICY 


S 


2 


1/25/82 


C 




P 


N U57 


IL BACKS OFF 


H 


2 


/26/82 


B 






N A54 




s 


2 


1/26/82 


3 






N U57 


1 


H 


2 


/27/82 


A 




T 


T R56 


WE 


H 


2 


1/29/82 


B 




P 


N 351 





H 


2 


1/30/82 


A 






L 


STUDY ON LEGALITY 


s 


2 


2/31/82 


C 






N U57 


CK-UP POLICY 


H 


2 


2/D2/S2 


B 






N A54 




H 


2 


2/33/82 


8 






N A54 


ABOUT STRIP-SEARCH 


H 


7 


2/04/82 


B 






N 


EA 


H 


2 


2/04/82 


B 






N 


E ON GUN POLICY 


H 


2 


2/09/82 


A 


12 


P 


N 




S 


2 


2/11/82 


C 




p 


N U57 


ER GUN POLICY 


H 


2 


2/12/92 


A 


12 




N 


ICY FOR 2 WEEKS 


5 


2 


2/ 5/»2 


A 






N F30 


VALID 


H 


2 


2/16/82 


A 






N »Bl 




H 


2 


2/18/82 


B 






N 


DEPUTIES 


H 


2 


2/25/82 


B 






N A54 


IN EFFECT IN BOOKING OFFICE 


S 


2 


3/01/82 


A 






N F30 


OLICY 


H 


2 


3/02/°2 


B 






N Bdl 


'S GUN POLICY 


s 


2 


3/03/92 


C 







N <90 


3I0US GAIN 


H 


2 


3/04/82 


A 






E 


HERIFF BILL ALLEN HAS ORDERED... (CARTOONI 


H 


7 


3/04/82 


A 




T 


T R56 




H 


2 


4/12/=2 


A 






L 


H 


s 


2 


4/16/82 


A 






L 




s 


2 


4/20/32 


C 






N U57 


CENT IM FIRST iUARTER 


H 


2 


4/21/82 


C 






N 


MANAGER 


H 




4/22/82 


A 


19 




N 




H 


2 


4/24/02 


A 






L 




H 




6/13/82 


A 




P 


A 


RTERS 


H 


2 


6/15/92 


A 






N 354 




S 


2 


6/21/82 


B 






N U57 


FOR COUNTY RACES 


H 


2 


6/23/82 


A 


14 




N 851 




H 


2 


b/24/"2 


A 






L 


, , 


H 


? 


6/24/92 


A 




o 


A 




H 


2 


6/25/82 


A 






L 




H 




6/26/82 


A 






L 


ECT BILL ALLEN SHERIFF OF DURHAM COUNTY 


H 




6/27/82 


A 


11 




A 


R I TERM 


H 


2 


6/27/92 


D 




p 


N A54 




H 


2 


6/27/82 


C 






L 




H 


2 


6/27/92 









L 


ICTEO 


S 


2 


6/28/92 


A 






N X16 


TER 


H 


2 


6/29/02 


A 






N G53 


IN RUNOFF FOR SHERIFF 


H 


2 


6/30/92 


A 






N A54 


K GROUP HELPED 


S 


2 


6/3D/82 


A 







N U57 


EN CELEBRATES LEAD AT DOWNTOWNER 


H 


2 


6/30/''2 


3 







P R9 1 




H 


2 


7/01/92 


3 






N A5A 


R ESCAPE PROBE 


H 


2 


7/D3/82 


B 






N A 54 




H 


2 


7/D3/82 


e 






N 


ES 


H 


2 


7/09/32 


B 






N B51 


SHERIFF 


H 


2 


7/12/82 


A 






N M51 


ISTRICT ATTORNEY'S SEAT 


s 


2 


7/12/82 


A 




a 


N F30 


EN 


s 


2 


7/ 2/32 


C 






N U57 


SHAH COUNTY PRIMARY 




2 


7/13/12 








N 


CARTOON) 


H 


2 


7/14/32 


A 




T 


T R56 


PARTMENT 


H 


2 


7/14/32 


A 






L 


PUTY SELLING WEAPON 


s 


2 


7/14/82 


2 






N U57 


T BETWEEN POLICE, SHERIFF'S STAFF 


H 


3 


7/15/82 


A 






N A54 


Nl 


H 


2 


7/19/92 


D 




T 


T R56 


TIONED 


H 


2 


7/19/92 


A 






N A 54 




H 


2 


7/20/92 


A 






L 


NOFF 


H 


2 


7/22/82 


B 






N 851 




H 


3 


7/23/92 


A 






N 851 




H 


2 


7/24/82 


A 






L 




H 


2 


7/24/"2 


A 






L 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/82 


^ 






N 454 




S 


2 


7/24/82 


A 


14 




N 


CISION 


H 


2 


7/25/82 


A 






N 




H 


2 


7/25/82 









L 




H 


2 


7/25/82 









L 




H 


2 


7/25/02 









L 




H 


3 


7/26/92 


A 






N 


ECT BILL ALLEN SHERIFF OF DURHAM COUNTY 


H 


2 


7/26/82 


A 




□ 


A 


IFF 


H 


2 


7/26/02 


n 






A 


ks to PRI"ARY 


S 


2 


7/26/82 


A 




P 


N sa3 


IFF 


H 


2 


7/27/92 


A 






A 




H 


2 


7/27/92 


B 






N A54 


ACE 






7/27/32 


A 




P 


N 533 


ION 


s 


2 


7/27/82 


A 


12 




N 


S RACE: WINNER ASSURED OF POST 


H 


7 


7/28/82 


A 




P 


N A54 




H 


2 


7/29/02 


A 




r 




RTERS 


H 


2 


7/29/92 


A 




p 


■> SB2 


ALLEN 


H 


2 


7/23/02 


a 




r 


N tiO 




H 


2 


7/28/82 


B 






N S51 




« 


2 


7/28/82 


A 




p 


N F30 


1 


H 


2 


7/29/92 


A 




T 


T R56 




H 


2 


7/3D/°2 


A 






N 


COMMITTEE 


s 


3 


7/30/02 


A 






N S33 


INVESTIGATION 


s 


3 


7/30/92 


A 






N F30 




H 


2 


7/31/82 


A 


4 




E 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



ALLEN PONOE'S SUI^S. WANTS 5E=UNi) 

GALLOWS MUrtOS 

aOCLBBIGHT CASE MAO THE EFFECT TF S"i<EOOING ALLEN'S RUNOFF ?I0 

LEARY SPENT lFAST IN SHERIFF'S RUNOFF 

LEAST TOPS SPENDING IN SHERIFF'S RACE 

SHERIFF O^U^LE-CROSScO 

ENOORSEHENT SWITCH =JLLY SJPPTRTFO 

ALLEN ALTERS 'DEPUTIES' SHIFTS AGAI'« 

SHERIFF ALLEN CHANGES SHIFTS 

ALLEN TO ''AKE OECISION iflOUT J OOL SR IGHT ' S JOB 

SHERIFF'S CHOICE IS CLE4R 

ALLEN SEE<S A3C POST: AS SUCCESSOR ^3 LEARY 

ALLEN SE£<ING POSITION AS ALCOHOL POLICE CHIEF 

7 ON SHERIFF'S STAFF TQ LOSE ^HEIR ja=S 

ALLEN. «AOE JR. 

-^AN CHARGED -ITh MANSLAUGHTER 

POLICF: OEFENOANT «AS 3iC<ING OUT OF ORIVE 

•IAN FICES INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES 

ALLEY. CLARENCE EjGENE ILENOIRI 
lURflE" CHARGE 

ALLEY. 2EB 

HUNT LOBBYIST »AS PAIO S78.00C 

GROUP RANKS TOP LOBBYISTS IN SENERAL ASSEMBLY 

ALLGDOO. ERNEST LEE i«arrenTONI 
WARREN COUNTY HAN rtlLLEO 

ALLGOOO. THEODORE COOPER 
OBITUARY 

ALLIGOnO. EONA HAWKINS IShREVEPQRT. LA. I 
OPITuaRY 

ALLISON. B^BFY 

ALLISON LiUALIFIES 19TH AT DARLINGTON 

ALLISON'S CALM IN SPEED WORLD 

SPEEDWAY ROBBERY 

ALLISON ENGAGING IN BATTLE WITH AGE FOR NASCAR TITLE 

WALTRIP CLAIMS lOTH RACE, CUTS ALLISON'S MARGIN 

WAL^RIP. ALLISON DUEL 

WALTRIP. ALLISON ON CENTER STAGS 

ALLISON WINS ATLANTA. T5IMS WAL^RIP'S LEAO 

WALTRIP ON POLE; ALLISON RIGhY BEHIND 

HFAO-TO-hFAO IuEL caps season for bALTRIP. ALLISON 

MILLER TO SPONSOR ALLISON 

ALLISON. E=VIN 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: THE way THINGS ARE 

ALLISON. F. V. -PETE" JR. 

COMMUNITY. MEHIA AID SALVATION ARMY ORIVE 
CHRISTMAS GENFROSITY 

ALLISON. LAVCNIA 

MINISTER SAYS BLACKS LOSE GROJNO 

CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL UNDER FIRE FRQM TWO FRONTS 

ALLISON. SAMUEL TnEOrOBE 

OBITUARY H 2 <./27/=2 C 

ALLRFO. CASY (SENATOR I 

ALLREO URGES WCRKFARE PROGRAM IN ALAMANCE 

OFFICIALS IN ALAMANCE DISCUSS CHEESE. COMPUTERS. WORkFARE 

GOP LEGISLATORS NOT IN COMBATIVE MOOD 

ALLREO. "lONALD I,. { wINSTON-SALEMI 

WINSTON-SALEM POLICEMAN HIT BY TRUCK 

ILLREO. "APK 

ALL»EO: N.C. COMMUNITY COLLEG;S MEETING GOALS 

ALLS%ROOK. JULIAN I5ENAT0RI 

BILL FILED TO END INSANITY DEFENSE 

ALMY. Thomas p. DR. 

DOCTOR SAYS 'ANCIENT GUT' TROJBLING MODERN MAN 

ALSOP. THOMAS ICHARLGTTE} 

TRIAL SET DEC. S FOR THREE FO' MER JAYCEE OFFICIALS 
'JamsCam' trial TC start NEXT wEEK 
3 FOR-ER JAYCEES TO BE TRIED 

ALSTON. A. 3. MRS. 

THANKS FOR ERA DEFEAT - BUT STAY ALERT 

ALSTON. ADA N. (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

ALST1N. PARRY 

FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE IN ChaT-HM 
2 OF <. ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

ALSTON. PRENCA w* 
OBITUARY 



ORANGE 3REAK-IN 



ALSTON. CARLTON ( FFLANO 1 
TWO MFN CHARCED in 

AL5T"N. CHARLES AL0N20 JR. 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON. CHARLIE GEORGE (CHAPEL HIL'.l 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON, OO'IALD 

FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE IN CHATHAM 

ALSTI^N. OORIS MARTHA (RALEIGHl 

ANOTHER „OMAN SLAIN IN PALEIG-" 

PSYCHIATRIST'S HELP ASKED IN ",0 RALEIGH KILLINGS 

ALSTON. HENRY I VANCE CO. I 

FIRE DAMAGES VANCE HOUSE 

ALSTON. JOHN ICATS»URG) 

D03ERMAN SECURITY GUARDS 'AREN'T EASILY FOOLED' 

ALSTON. JOHN ANTHONY 

BULLET KILLS DURHAM MAN 

PROEE CONTINUES IN MAN'S DEATH 

SUICIDE UNCERTAIN IN DURHAM DEATH 

OBITUARY 

POLICE SAY JOHN ALSTON KILLED HIMSELF 















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g 




L 


Y 




P D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


3YL 


H ■> 


7/31/=2 


3 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/07/82 


A 


L 




c 




H 2 


3/0'?/»2 


A 


1 




c 


?5I 


S 2 


3/aR/°: 


A 


1 




N 


<90 


H 2 


3/10/02 


a 


1 




•J 


831 


H 2 


3/16/02 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


3/1P/02 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


"S/li/Pi 


o 


1 




N 


A 54 


S 2 


=>/I'./02 


3 


10 




N 






10/03/32 


A 


1 




N 


F30 


S 2 


10/09/02 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


10/23/52 


A 


1 


p 


N 


S5l 


S 2 


10/23/?2 


A 






N 




H 2 


11/17/32 


3 


I 




N 


154 


H 2 


<./ll/02 


c 


1 




N 


"51 


H 2 


<./12/32 


A 


ID 




N 




S 2 


<./12/32 


- 


2 




N 




H 2 


S/lO/92 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


2/0*/32 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/28/82 


A 


7 




J 




H 1 


5/n/82 


3 


I 




N 




H 2 


1/25/82 


3 


7 









H 2 


2/05/82 


A 


12 









H 2 


'./03/82 


E 


2 




N 


S9I 


H 2 


5/27/82 


D 


1 





c 


S91 


H 2 


6/13/32 


3 


7 




J 


S91 


H 2 


7/n/82 


5 


5 


o 


N 




H 2 


0/04/32 




^ 




N 


S91 


S 2 


l0/0R/°2 


A 


9 


p 


N 




H 2 


0/31/02 


5 


12 




N 




H 2 


1/J3/92 


3 


2 


p 


N 




H 2 


1/20/82 


B 


3 


o 


N 




H 2 


1/21/32 


3 


10 




N 




H 2 


12/22/32 





4 




N 




H 2 


5/04/62 


i 


1 


D 


U 




S 2 


1/01/82 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


1/21/B2 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


4/05/82 


3 


4 




N 




H 2 


6/09/82 


A 


1 




N 


S51 



1 

1 
2 


1/05/02 

1/19/82 

12/10/82 


3 
3 
A 


1 

1 

17 


N 
N 

N 


H60 
046 


2 


12/31/82 


A 


3 


•1 




2 


3/13/82 


c 


12 


N 




2 


6/24/82 


c 


10 


N 




2 


3/20/32 


c 


1 


N 


W24 


2 
2 

2 


10/12/O2 
12/03/82 
12/04/32 


t 

A 


14 

2 
3 


N 
N 

N 




2 


7/01/82 


A 


5 


L 




2 


3/19/82 


c 


9 







2 
1 


7/19/82 
T/20/02 


c 

3 


1 
t 


N 
N 




2 


U/29/82 


C 


S 







2 


11/24/02 


3 


1 


N 




2 


3/27/92 


C 


i P 







2 


4/14/92 


3 


6 







2 


7/IS/02 


C 


1 


N 




2 
2 


12/01/02 
12/19/82 


A 
A 


12 

4 


N 
N 




? 


2/01/92 


A 


10 


'1 




2 


2/28/82 


C 


1 p 


U 


H49 


2 

2 
2 
2 
2 


7/20/02 
7/20/82 
7/21/82 
7/22/82 
7/:4/=2 


B 


A 
C 


I p 

1 

13 

16 

1 


N 
N 


N 





MONTHLY/ 



«NNU»L INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/32 



^t^fT/el 



POLICE SAY ILSTON TOOK HIS OW LIFE 

4LST0N. JOHNMY B. 

NCCU FACULTY "EMBERS WILL RECEIVE AWARDS 

ALSTONi LESTER EARL 

■•^AN CHARGEO JITH ASSAULT, MDMAPPING 
WOMEN REPORT SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

ALSTON, LINHOOO (TTWNSVILLEI 

VANCE COUNTY "AN CHARGED IN RIBBERY 

ALSTON, "ELVIN (LQUISaURGI 

TWO CHARGED IN OHUG RAID IN F5ANKLIN COUNTY 

ALSTON. ROPERT L. 

IAN HIT WITH STICK 

ALSTON, ROnSEVELT 

MAN FOUND QN SIDEWALK 

ALSTON, WALTER PATILA 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON. MILLIE C. 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON. WYATT (ORANGE) 

IS THERE A FREE LUNCH AFTER ALL? 

ALTe»OSE. GLENN 

SURPRISE! ANGLER LANDS SMALLKDUTH FISHING IN ENO RIVER 

4LTHAN, FQPREST 

RE3UIEM ON BOTTLE BILL WAS PREMATURE 

ALTVATER. "ARCIA 

LEAOE'S: SO"E OF THEM ARE BORM WOMEN 

ALVAREZ, JORGE 

3,500 3UAALU0ES SAID MISPLACED 

ALWINE, PAUL ICHARLOTTEI 

RETIRED COLONEL IS MALE MEMBER OF MAOD 

ALVEA. EDWIN PASCAL OR. 
QP ITUARY 
DUKE UROLOGIST DIES 

AMAKER. TQM 

BLUE DEVILS GET TOM AMAKER 

DUKE, WAKE LAND BASKETBALL RECRUITS 

AMAYA, DON^'A M. 

JORDAN "USICIANS TO PLAY AT W3RLD'S FAIR 



AMAYA, MIA 

RECALL AWARC 

AMPROSE, JOHN 



PRESENTATION 



it, JUHN 

•KILLER' PEES STILL ON THE WAY TO U.S. 

SPRING STINGS HONEY BEES WITH RAIN, COLD 

BEEKEEPING: A HOBBY THAT KEEPS ON GIVING 

AMBROSE, ROBERT J. 

REAGAN HUMAN RIGHTS POLICY IS HYPOCRITICAL 

AMEEN, TOUFIELK 

HOT D^GS: ROXBOPO RESTAURANT -• ASN ' T CHANGED MUCH 

AMFS, BRUCE IBERKELYI 

CANCER RESEARCHERS TOLD TO FOCUS ON MAIN CULPRITS 

AMEY, RUTH 

COUNTY SETTLES -^ACE BIAS SUIT 

AMICK, JOHN THOMAS (BURLINGTONI 
MAN INDICTED IN EXPLOSION 




'.'-Kt'^ lU ofJ-'U^ WAili HILL 

MICA "OVI^G TO PUBLIC STOCK TRADING 

MICA CHIEF SUED OVER AIRPLANE PURCHA 

MICA -AY TRAD? SHARES PUBLICLY 

A-ICK SUED OVER AIRPLANE 

MICA MIT WITH TAX JUDGMENT 

EX-LaNOLORO sues MIC* FOR t3,7 

FIRM SUES MICA =0R BACK RENT 

N.Y. MAN PILES SUIT AGAINST HI 

MICA PACES 5200.000 SUIT 

POINT SOMETHING WORTHWHILE 

MICA PRESIDENT SUED OVER LOAN 

3ANK SUES MICA LEADER 



MICA MIT WITH TAX JUDGMENT 

EX-LANOLORO SUES MIC* FOR t3,789 IN BACK RENT 

FIRM SUES MICA =0R BACK RENT 

■' " MAN PILES SUIT AGAINST MICA, SEEKS UNPAID PORTION OF 1961 LOAN 




.i- JUUGt rj RULE ON MERGE" "ARTNER 

UDGE DISMISSES AMIC^•S FORECLOSURE ORDER APPEAL 

jUOGE DISMISSES APPEAL 

JUDGE SAYS ba:jk CAN COLLECT RENT TO MOTEL 

MICA OFFICE 3UILDING SOLD 

MICA BUILDING SOLD 

MICA NAMED IN JUDGMENTS 

A»ICK SUES bank; HEARING SCHECULEO 

HOME SALE HALT REFUSED 

A"ICk files FOR RE0R6ANIZATI0M UNDER CHAPTER 11 

AMICK FILES BANKRUPTCY 

BANK ALLOWED TQ COLLECT RENT 

AMIS, ALEXANDER JR. 
QPITUARY 

AMPONS. A. R. (ITHACA, N.Y.I 

N.C. NATIVE'S POEMS WIN NATIONAL AbARO 

AMNOTT. JANE AND DEL 

DURHAM COUPLE SHARES DOLLS, TOYS WITH MUSEUM 

AMOS, JOSEPH 

MAN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D DATE C ?G L P 3YL 

S 2 7/2'./82 A lA N 
S 2 5/12/92 C 6 N 



H 2 10/03/P2 A 23 
S 2 10/0<./B2 C 



H 1 3/17/B2 B 

H 1 10/2R/92 3 

S 2 12/04/82 A 

S 2 5/13/92 C 

H 2 1/17/92 C 



H 



H 2 3/18/82 5 

H 2 11/29/82 9 P N CI 

H 2 '1/11/92 B 8 P F W60 

H 2 12/0'./n2 A 4 L 

H 2 1/08/82 B 2 ° F 630 

H 2 <,/29/B2 B 7 N 

H 2 9/03/82 B 5 N 



H 2 2/02/82 B 5 
S 2 2/02/92 3 1 



S 2 11/03/92 D 1 N F25 
H 2 11/04/82 2 N 



H 2 3/23/62 A A L 

H 2 7/24/62 A ft P P C56 



H 2 4/17/82 a 1 N L30 
H 2 6/24/92 B 1 N S3(. 
H 2 9/13/92 3 6 P N 



H 2 1/09/82 A 4 L 

H 1 10/07/82 3 1 P F L30 

S 2 11/17/82 C 1 N M23 

S 2 6/26/82 A 3 N 

H 2 3/31/82 a 5 N 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



3/21/32 

3/23/92 

3/24/92 

3/31/92 

3/31/92 

5/14/92 

7/08/92 

7/09/92 

7/03/82 

7/08/92 

7/28/92 

7/30/92 

7/30/92 

3/11/92 

8/11/92 

9/21/92 

3/31/92 

3/31/92 

9/02/92 

9/02/92 

9/08/92 

9/14/32 

9/14/82 

10/12/92 

10/12/92 

10/19/82 

10/23/92 

10/23/92 

11/27/92 

12/14/92 

12/17/92 

12/13/92 

12/19/92 

10/19/82 



11 
22 

1 1 
1 
1 

10 



P N 
N 



F79 
S83 
F78 



F7 8 
F73 



9 1 

9 1 

3 1 

A 3 

A 10 



N L41 
N L41 



351 
L41 



H 2 12/07/92 C 5 

S 2 1/06/92 A 9 N 

S 2 12/14/92 A 1 P F "23 

H 2 1/11/92 A 10 N 



HONTHLY/iS 



I N 6 X 
12/31/32 



PAGE 3 
1/17/83 



C ?G L P ■'YL 



ANCA«ANAN, PAUL CLAYTON JR. 

I5M EXECUTIVE ANCARANAN DIES 

PAUL C. ANCARANA !$ KILLED IN r^RcCK 



S J 6/21/32 A 10 



S 2 11/03/32 A It 
H 2 ll/0<./32 C I'' 



STUTTERING: ThE'apy aIOS DUKE OOCTOR 

>NCE°Si PHILIP C. (MAKE CO.I 

tAGISTRATE PRCBE OEINSTATEO 

ANCEPSCN. ALTQN P, 

piTTsoapo POSTMASTER Chosen 

ANDE'Sas. "ILL I6L<IN1 

2 MORS Pace drug charges 

ANDERSON. Chip 

ANOERSON "AKING 3IG PLAYS 1'' SHORT Tins 

ANDERSON. OAVIO ICHAPEL -IILLI 

PHLAND: AN AMERICAN PARALLEL 

ANDE'SON. DONNIE RAY (ROARING RIVER] 
2 XORE FACE DRUG CHARGES 

ANDERSON, EDCIE 

jnROAN WRESTL: 



R ••OST DuTSTANOING 



ANPERSDN, i=5fi) JR. 

"AN SWITCHES WALLET. PQILS W0UL0-3E ROBBER 
TWO ARRESTED IN BREAK-IN 

ANDERSON, MOLT 

PIR" SELECTED TO 3UIL? " ICROEL ECTPQNI C S CENTER 

RAL^iGri cD.iPANY TO 3u:ld n icrd elec tron ic s center 

N.C. officials say stats can reap ADVANTAGES FRO.M MICROELECTRONICS 

ANDERSON. "UGh dr. (F0IN3URGH, SCQTLANDI 
THEILOGIAN QUESTIONS GOSPEL OF JOHN 

ANDERSON. JACK 

ARTHRITIS group: C0LU"N IS UNFAIR 
A\DEKSON "UNFAIR" TO EPA CHIEF 

1N"ERS0N. JEAN 3. 

THE DURHA" RECORD SEEKS TO PRESERVE AREA'S HISTORY 

ANDERSON, JIHMY 

THE TI"E IS RIGHT FOR THIS PAIR NOW 

ANDERSON. JOHN 3. (1980 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDA TEl 
ANDERSON TO SPEAK 
A'lDERSDN TO GIVE DUKE LECTURE 
ANDERSON HITS DEFENSE BUDGET 

INCERSCN. JOSEPH ( WINSTON-SALEHl 

PAIR SENTENCED TQ LIFE I NPRI SD N"ENT 

ANDERSON. PETER J. (ANCOVER. MASS. I 
CLi,3RfTH CJ-PPINCIPAL NAMED 
SCHOOL OFFICIAL CHOSEN 

ANDERSON. RO''ERT ("IGRANT WORKER) 

TESTIMONY aFGINS IN SLAVERY CHARGES 

SICK "AN SAID FORCED '^D WDRK =Y CREW CHIEF 

DEFENSE LA-YERS SAY .ORKE'S STAYED DN FARM BECAUSE ThEY WANTED "OSEY 

JURY deliseraTcS in slavery rsiAL 

TWO MFN convicted of SLAVERY ST CAMP 
SLAVERY SENTENCES DUE TODAY 
TWO RECEIVE LONG TERMS DN SLAVERY 
FOURTH ARRESTED IN SLAVERY CASE 

ANDERSON. SANDY 

TALENT. INTFllIGENCE=ChhS TIGERS 

ANDEP50N. w. HOLT 

MIC'OELECTRCNICS CENTER CDNST^. bCTION IS UNDER WAY 

CE'.TEP GETS ATTENTION: "ICSOCHIP INTEREST SEEN PAYING OFF 

ANDERSON. ^ILLIAJ 3. JR. DR. 
ANDERSDN NAMEH 
DOCTOR: TYLENOL INCIDENT SHOULDN'T mar FESTIVITIES 

ANDE1S0N. WILLIAM W. JR. 

FIRST DATE WAS T3 CHURCH THEY MARRIED IN 

INr^ERSON. WRIGHT (FLON COLLEGE) 

ELDN PICKS ANDERSON AS NEW HEAD COACH 
WRIGHT APPROACH FOR ELON 

ANDOLESK. L.J. (WASHINGTON. D.C.) 

MERGER OF RETIREMENT SYSTEMS ''00 COSTLY 

ANDRAOE. LUIS 

POLICEMAN'S TRIAL STARTS; ACCJSEO OF ASSAULT 
STATE ENDS Case IN HAZEL 'RIAL 
BLINDING ASSAULT CASE PONDERED 
JURY ACQUITS CARR30R0 POLICEMAN 

INDREw. CLYDE (GREENSBORO) 

BUSINESSMAN USING AD TO STRESS 'BUY AMERICAN' 

ANDREW. GARY 

TIGERS' ANDREW WINS AWARD 

ANDREif. PRINCE 

DEA»E'T kOO foom the queen (Cartoon) 
SOON IT'LL 3E: <0C JhO? 



H 2 2/28/82 A R N 

H 2 2/2'-/82 A 9 N 

H 1 7/14/82 5 1 N 

H 2 4/D3/S2 A 1? N 

H 2 9/30/»2 3 P F C52 

H 2 1/07/82 A 5 L 

H 2 <./08/»2 A 13 N 

H 2 12/30/32 3 N 



S 2 3/04/82 C I 
H 2 8/05/82 A 14 



H 2 3/35/82 3 1 
S 2 3/05/82 A 7 
H 2 12/15/82 A 13 



H 2 U/0'5/P2 A 



S 2 2/09/82 A 4 
S 2 3/23/82 A 4 



H 2 2/21/82 D 3 F U H45 
H 2 10/24/82 E 2 P F S56 



H 2 9/16/82 A IS 
S 2 9/16/82 C 11 
S 2 9/17/82 C 1 



H 2 2/21/82 A 7 



H 2 3/10/82 5 7 
S 2 S/10/P2 A 11 



H 2 1/19/02 A 10 N 

H 2 l/2D/°2 CAN 

H 2 1/21/82 A 14 N 

H 2 1/22/P2 A 15 N 

H 2 1/23/82 A 1 P N 

H 2 2/02/'>2 A t N 

H 2 2/03/82 A 1 P N 

H 2 2/05/82 A 7 N 



S 2 2/13/82 A 3 = 'J C09 



S 2 5/11/82 A 1 
H 2 5/12/32 3 1 



H 2 5/14/82 A 12 N 

S 2 10/2D/32 A 1 N T3J 



H 2 5/D9/82 E 



H 2 1/09/82 3 2 N 
H 2 3/22/82 G 7 F 



H 2 6/29/32 A 4 L 



H 2 12/16/82 A 17 N W36 

S 2 12/16/52 A 10 N J36 

H 2 12/17/82 A 15 N W36 

S 2 12/17/82 A 1 1 ^ib 



H 1 12/16/82 3 1 p F 

H 2 5/09/»2 3 R N S71 



H ? 10/15/P2 A 
H 2 10/27/82 A 



T T 556 

E 



•A LOT OF HEALTHY ART GOING ON' 

ANPRF.*S. BRENOA (RALEIGH) 

FORGIVE. YES; RE-ELECT, NO 

ANDREWS, OINK (JOHN) 

„HY T»^ DELAY, SHERIFF? 

CASLEVISICN UNFAIR 

3UTTE'S' DEMEANOR IN WILSON DISMISSAL DISTURBS DUKE FANS 

ANDREWS, ERNEST CLIFFORD 
GUNSHOT KILLS MAN 



H 2 11/12/32 D 7 o c 

H 2 10/30/'>2 A 4 L 

H 2 7/24/02 A 4 L 

H 7 9/01/82 A 5 L 

H 2 11/28/02 3 2 P L 

S 2 5/12/82 C 1 N 



MONTHLY/ 



4NMU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



PAGE 1 
1/17/93 



SNORSWS. eSTHEO KING 

ESTHEB ANOREuS' FAMILY HOWE SPARKS HEf'ORY 

ANDREWS, H, G. 

HE'S eEEN SELLING 39 YEARS 

ANDREWS. IKE IREo.l _ 

EDUCATION G'OUP WILL POLL VOTERS IN OURHAM COUNTY 

QURHAW'5 NEW CONGRESSMAN? IT'LL SE??? 

NEW CONGRESSIONAL OISTRICTS 0": N ' T TAKE EFFECT UNTIL 1983 

COMPUTER ON CONGRESS. ..JONES. ROSE LEAD N.C. ABSENTEEISM LIST 

30LCNS ARE SKEPTICAL OF REAGAN'S PROPOSAL 

MARKHAM TELLS MERCHANTS OF FE^ERALISM'S CHALLENGE 

6 ■IHRC WEEKS? GRGUNOBOG TO TELL JS TUESDAY WHEN. . . WINTER WILL ENO 

IKE ANDREWS PLANS RECEPTION MONDAY 

IKE ANDREWS SAYS HE'LL RUN 

ANDREWS TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

DELEGATION TO MEET WITH ANDREWS AIDE 

JOCKEYING MAY PICK UP IN NEW ? ND 

STUDENTS SEEKING ANDREWS' SUPPORT FOR PROGRAM 

ANDREWS: DEFICITS TO CONTINUE 

ANDREWS MAY BACK BALANCED BUDGET MOVE 

JORDAN LAKE DEDICATION SET 

DAM'S DEDICATION ORAuS CROWD 

ANDREWS SEEKS ACADEMY APPLICANTS 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES MAKE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURES 

5 CONGRESSMEN RENOMINATED 

ANDREWS URGES CAUTION ON LEBANON 

ANDREWS CALLS CRITICISM BY FUHERTY HARASSMENT 

GOP RAPS ANDREWS FOR MISSING VOTE 

EASY COME. EASY GO 

ANDREWS' PARTY IS JUE5TI0NED 

GOP LEADER WANTS PROBE OF INVITATION FOR ANDREWS 

STATE DISREGARDS INVESTIGATION REQUEST 

ANDREWS FACES SERIOUS CHALLENGE 

HUNT APPEALS FOR U.S. EDUCATION AID 

HUNT: EDUCATION NEEDS MORE FEDERAL SUPPORT 

ATTEMPTED CHANGES IN SOCIAL SECURITY CRITICIZED 

SUIT PLANNED ON ALLEGED N.C. EMPLOYEES" CAMPAIGNING 

ANDREWS GETS VFW BACKING 

REPUBLICANS. ANDREWS EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS 

ANDREWS CHARGED WITH DUI 

REP. ANDREWS DENIES DUI. OTHER CHARGES 

ANDREWS CALLS PRESS CONFERENCr 

PARTY BACKS IKE; HE'LL STAY IN RACE 

ANDREWS OWES VOTERS A SOUND EXPLANATION 

IKE THE SPEEDSTER ICARTOONl 

ANDREWS TO RESUME CAMPAIGNING 

CONGRESSMAN ANDREWS MOVES TO THE HIGH ROAD 

IKE ANDREWS PLEADS GUILTY TO lUI. SPEEDING CHARGES 

HUNT: PROOF IS UP TO IKE 

ANDREWS FORFEITS RIGHT TO SERVE IN WASHINGTON 

POTENTIAL KILLERS 

HUNT: ANDREWS CAN STILL WIN ELECTION 

ANDREWS VOWS ELECTION FIGHT 

IKE SCORES CJBEY ADS 

LICENSE PLATE CHECK DEFENDED 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB AIDE CHECKS CAR REGISTRATIONS 

DEMOCRAT LEADER ACCUSES CLUB ^F 'GESTAPO' TACTICS 

ANDREWS AND CObEY SKIP 'ECONOMIC JUSTICE' FORUM 

TFaChERS' G'OUP backs ANDREWS 

CDBEY ACS MISLEADING 

BILL COBEY'S ADVERTISING AGENCY (CARTOON! 

PEAPCE TAGS SNOOP REPORT 

IKE ANDREWS HAS A HEART 

THE RIGHT MAN... 

..."R RIGHT-WING PAWN? 

MRS. IKE ANDREWS: CAMPAIGN ROUGH. BUT PICKING UP 

I'E ANDREWS' WIFE TOURS CARRBTRO 

ANDREWS: ARREST A GOOD LESSON 

IKE WANTS TV DEBATE 

COBEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 

COBEY REJECTS 310 FOR DEBATE ON TV 

ISSUES RANGE FROM ERA TO SCHOOLS AT FORUM 

ANDREWS RAPS CO'?EY FOR ABSENCE 

COBEY DECLINES DEBATE WITH ANDREWS 

ANDREWS TO 'RESIST FUNDING' 0= DA" 

C^BEY BEST CANDIDATE 

ANDREWS ASKS FOR PROBF INTO C^BEY GROUP 

IKE ANDREWS INEFFECTIVE 

POLITICAL ADVERTISING HITS NAUSEATING LOW 

ANDREWS: COBEY UNFAIRLY USED GROUP 

N.C. POLITICAL 'ATTLEGKOUNO MIRRORS NATIONAL ELECTIONS 

FORGIVE. YES; RE-ELECT. NO 

AN0REWS-C03EY RACE: A i,th 'KNUCKLE 3USTER' 

TWO FLAWED CANDIDATES 

COBEY, ANDREWS RATTLE TO THE WIRE 

A^CREWS WINS ANOTHER TERM: VOTERS REJECT COBEY'S BLITZ IN <.TH DISTRICT 

•.TH DISTRICT VOTE 

•IT LOOKS GOOD': ANDREWS PERKS UP AS TIDE FLOWS IN HIS FAVOR 

COBEY'S LOSS TO ANDREWS BLAMED ON REAGANOMICS 

NCAF LEADER SAYS SHE EXAGGERATED 

NCAF STRAYING TOO FAR FROM EOJCATIONAL GOAL 

CIVIC CENTER'S BIRTH STILL DOWN THE ROAD 

ANDREWS. J. BRIGHT (CHAPEL HILL) 
ABOLISH THE PAROLES BOARD 

ANDREWS. JIMMY JR. (CALDWELL COUNTYI 

CALDWELL STUDENT CRUSHED BY BUS 

ANDREWS. JOHNNY IVAN 

GROCERS PLEAD GUILTY IN FOOD STAMP CASES 

FIVE DURHAM PEOPLE PLEAD GUILTY IN FOOD STAMP CASES 

ANDREWS. LARRY (GRAHAMI 

NORTH CAROLINA'S FIRST BIRD HJNTERS TOURNEY GOES OFF WITH A BANG 

ANDREWS. LOUISE STEPHENS 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS. MARK 

ILLEGAL DRUGS HAVE BECOME BIG BUSINESS 



ANDREWS. MARY PAULINE (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS. PAT 

MRS. IKE ANDREWS: CAMPAIGN »OJGH. BUT PICKING UP 
IKE ANDREWS' WIFE TOURS CARRBDRO 



S I 

N E EL 

P DATE C PG L 

H 2 5/13/S2 A 19 



H 2 5/30/R2 10 P U G79 



S 2 9/15/82 C 1 P F F30 



S 2 


1/02/P2 


A 


3 




N 


U57 


H 2 


l/Oi/nZ 


A 


1 


o 


N 


G53 


H 2 


1/05/82 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


l/10/'>2 


A 


1 




N 




S 2 


1/27/82 


C 


1 




N 


sa3 


S 2 


1/29/R2 


A 


1 


? 


'1 


sa3 


H 2 


1/30/B2 


3 


1 


o 


F 


HoC 


S 2 


2/1D/P2 


C 


9 




N 




H 2 


2/16/92 


B 


1 


p 


N 


G53 


S 2 


2/16/82 


B 


1 


p 


N 




S 2 


2/23/R2 


B 


7 




N 




H 2 


3/07/82 


A 


1 




F 


G5 3 


S 2 


3/19/92 


C 


I 




N 


M23 


H 2 


<./08/82 


A 


17 




N 




S 2 


4/08/92 


A 


15 




N 




H 2 


'./13/32 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/02/82 


A 


I 


o 


N 


H60 


S 2 


5/12/82 


A 


19 




N 




H 2 


5/25/92 


B 


1 




N 


G53 


H 2 


6/30/92 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


7/14/92 


3 


1 


p 






H 2 


7/21/92 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


a/07/82 


B 


I 


o 


N 




H 2 


8/11/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


8/24/92 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


8/26/92 


3 


4 




N 




S 2 


3/26/S2 


A 


15 




N 




S 2 


a/30/92 


A 


8 


p 


J 




S 2 


9/01/82 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


9/02/92 


E 


I 




N 




H 2 


9/03/92 


a 


1 




N 


M23 


H 2 


9/09/P2 


c 


6 




M 




S 2 


9/23/82 


c 


5 




N 




H 2 


9/25/92 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


10/03/92 


A 






N 




H 2 


0/C4/92 


A 




p 


N 




S 2 


0/04/82 


C 






N 




H 2 


10/05/82 


A 


I 





N 


381 


S 2 


0/05/92 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


0/06/92 


A 


4 


T 


T 


R55 


H 2 


10/06/92 


c 


4 




N 




H 2 


10/07/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


10/09/82 


A 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


10/09/82 


3 


I 




N 




S 2 


10/09/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


10/11/82 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


0/11/92 


B 


I 




N 




S 2 


0/11/82 


c 


2 




N 




H 2 


0/12/82 


3 


I 




N 




S 2 


10/14/92 


c 


13 




N 




H 2 


10/15/82 


A 


6 




N 




H 2 


10/16/92 


A 


5 




N 




S 2 


10/16/82 


A 


3 




N 


SB3 


S 2 


10/16/92 


A 


3 




N 




S 2 


10/15/82 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


10/17/82 


D 


5 


T 


T 


945 


S 2 


10/18/92 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


10/20/82 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


10/22/82 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


10/22/82 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


10/22/92 


a 


4 




N 


346 


S 2 


10/22/92 


A 


6 




N 




S 2 


10/22/82 


c 


6 




N 




H 2 


10/23/92 


c 


1 




N 


W35 


H 2 


10/25/82 


a 


5 


P 


N 




H 2 


10/26/82 


A 


1 1 




N 


W36 


H 2 


10/26/92 


3 


1 




N 


W36 


S 2 


10/26/82 


A 


3 




N 




S 2 


10/26/82 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


10/27/92 


A 


8 




N 




H 2 


10/29/82 


A 


5 




L 




S 2 


10/23/82 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


10/29/92 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


10/29/32 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


10/29/92 


3 


I 




N 




S 2 


10/29/92 


A 


1 




J 




H 2 


10/30/92 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


10/31/92 


A 


1 


p 


N 


W35 


H 2 


11/01/82 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


11/01/82 


A 


5 


P 


E 


W36 


H 2 


11/03/92 


A 


1 


3 


N 


W36 


H 2 


11/03/92 


A 


11 


c 


N 




H 2 


11/03/92 


3 


1 


o 


F 


L41 


S 2 


11/03/82 


A 


1 





N 


W36 


S 2 


11/19/02 


A 


3 




N 




S 2 


11/24/92 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


12/25/92 


c 


I 


p 


F 





H 2 12/20/82 A 4 
H 2 5/05/82 C 3 



H 2 7/15/92 a 1 
S 2 7/17/82 A 13 



H 2 11/19/92 C 4 



H 2 9/05/92 C 3 
H 2 9/06/82 B 6 



H 2 a/14/32 A 4 
H 2 10/19/92 3 7 



H 2 
S 2 



7/18/92 C 



10/22/92 
10/22/82 






HONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/32 - 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



NAMES 



oaGc 10 
1/17/33 



ANi'RE^S. PHILLIP WAYNE 

TWO DURHA" CANOEISTS FOUND SAFE 
SEARCHERS PINO Tan CANOEISTS 

ANDREWS. THOMAS J. 

JGB-TRAINING PROGRAM CAN WORK 



"ONROE (Chapel HILLI 



(CHAPEL HILL) 



ANOREHS. TROY 
OBITUARY 

ANPREWS. klLLIE 
35ITUARY 

INDRGP'^Vt YUP I 

3PEZHNEV"S TEATH USHERS IN TI'E OF UNCERTAINTY 

ANTRUS. ChRISTCPHER 0. 

ABORTION RATIONAL SOLUTION FOR SOME 

ANCE. CLIFTO^' E. SR. 

VOTERS DESERVE ANSWERS 

ANGE. CLYDE PHILLIP 

SHOTS rtOUNO 2 IN DURHAM 

TWO DURHAM "EN SHOT IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

ANGE. JOSEPH &. OR. (NASHVILLE. TENN.l 
TWO CHURCHES 'EACH 150 YEARS :LD 

ANGELO'J. MAYA 

■ pOOTOaIT' has 2 CHILLING SCENES 

NEW SERIES EXAMINES 'HARLEM RENAISSANCE' 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

ANGLIN. JESSE 

2 CO-CHAIR CAMPAIGN 

BARNES. ANGLIN TO MEAD -ERCHA^TS ASSOCIATION 
BARNES HEADS "ERCHANTS 

ANLYAN. WILLIAM G. DR. 

3 0O0':S5S0RS AT DUKE ELECTED SCIENCE FELLOWS 
CHAMBER HONORS ANLYAN. HERBERT 

EXCELLENT CHOICES FOR HONOR AWARDS 

OURHA" PEOPLE TOLD OPTIMISM RFTURNING 

REAGAN PICKS WYNGAAROEN TO HEAD MEDICAL RESEARCH 

DUKE r.ETS 410 MILLION ENDOWMENT 

INSEN, ROSE 

MAN SNATCHES PURSE 



ANTHONY, DAVID 
HE COULDN" 



. JR. (HICKORY) 
SPEAK. BUT AT DEATH HIS VOICE RANG CLEAR 



ANTHONY, FRANCIS MARION (CHARLOTTEI 

2 SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR "uRQER 

ANTHONY, MICHAEL LESOY 

wOMAN. P5. FINDS. CHASES INTRUDER 
DURHAM MAN ROSBED ON PORCH 

ANTHONY, MILTON 0. (CMARLOTTE) 

EXPLOSION INJURES MEMBER OF BIKE GANG 

ANTHONY. ROBFST XEVIN (LOUISA, VA.I 
POLICE ARREST 2 IN ASSAULT 
TWO CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

ANTHONY, ROBFRT WILLIAM (MORGANTON) 

BODY OF ACCIDENT VICTIM DISCDVERED 
WRECK VICTIM'S BODY FOUND 

ANTONEVITCH, RONALD 

ELECTIONS. DOWNTOWN AMONG TOP STORIES 

APPFAL DENIFO MAN IN XILLING IT LITTLE RIVER 

CTUPT REJECTS APPEAL IN SUNBATHERS CASE 

ANTRIM, RUBY wYRICK 
0= ITUARY 

APPLE, FOANCES E. 

POTENTIAL KILLERS 

«AS GLAD TO SEE MUD. POISON OAK 

APPL=TON. RICHARD 

TELEVISION STATION GETS NEW GENERAL MANAGER 

APPLF.HITE, JAMFS 

DUKF institute seeks EFFICIENCY IN ARTS 

CORRECTION 

BLACk"URN WRITERS FESTIVAL STARTS MONDAY AT DUKE 

APPLING. LUKE 

LOOK AT N.C. OLD-TIMERS REVEALS CURRENT DEFICIENCY 
APPLING'S OLD-TIMERS BLAST GAINERS AIRWAVES AND INK 



S 2 5/l7/<<2 A 
H ? 5/19/82 C 



H 2 6/10/82 A 

H 2 2/21/82 C 

H 2 3/06/82 A 

S 2 11/12/82 A 

H 2 <./D6/82 A 

H 2 7/24/B2 A 



S 2 S/23/R2 A 
H 2 6/29/82 C 



L 


c 

L 
L 

N EOS 



H 2 9/19/92 A 9 P N 



S 2 1/D6/82 A 
S 2 3/12/82 
H 2 11/05/82 D 



12 

12 P 
6 P 



S 2 <./09/82 A 
S 2 10/22/92 A 
H 2 10/23/82 A 



S 2 1/22/92 C 
H 2 2/17/92 A 
H 2 2/17/82 A 



1 P 

5 



11 

S 2 


2/17/92 
2/20/82 
9/24/82 


A 
A 
A 


I P 
1 P 
1 


N S83 
N W24 
N 


S 2 


5/28/82 


C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/20/92 


A 


I 


N 


H 2 


3/04/82 


B 


c 


N 



H 2 6/14/92 B 
S 2 6/14/82 A 



H 2 2/23/82 A 12 



S 2 3/06/82 A 
H 2 3/07/92 A 



S 2 2/23/92 A 
H 2 2/24/82 A 



H 2 1/01/82 A 
H 2 12/16/92 3 
S 2 12/16/92 3 



H 2 1/27/92 B 

H 2 10/11/82 A 

H 2 5/29/82 A 

S 2 9/10/82 A 



H 2 1/01/82 
H 2 1/03/82 C 
M 2 3/21/32 A 



H 2 7/25/'>2 3 
H 2 3/15/R2 S 



10 P 
3 
3 



N "11 
N M71 



YASSER STATUE (CARTOCNI 
ISRAEL AND The pope 



.. (CARTDONI 



H 2 7/09/82 A 
M 2 9/01/32 A 
H 2 9/13/92 A 



T R56 
T R56 
E 



ARASKOG, RAND 

ITT CHIEF TO SPEAK 

ARCHER, OICHARO 

CUTS MAY FORCE 'DESPERATE CHOICES' 

ARCHIE. LEWIS «. (GROVFRI 

TAXPAYERS RESORT TO JELLING REFUNDS 

ARO, IVA GALLOWAY 

QPITUARY 

ARENA. jAY M. DR. 

PFDIATRICIANS' GROUP HONORS D' . JAY ARENA 
DR. ARENA GFTS PEDIATRICS AWARDS 
MEDICAL ALUMNI WEEKEND BEGINS 

ARLOSOROV. CHIAM 

DUKE ENDS CLE"SON wIN STREAK 
ARLOSOROV BEATS ODDS. DUKE'S =06S 



H 2 11/23/82 D 

H 2 U/04/O2 S 

S 2 3/11/82 A 

H 2 3/29/82 A 

H 2 9/27/82 3 



H 2 9/16/82 3 
S 2 9/16/''2 A 
H 2 11/19/82 A 



H 2 4/J5/R2 D 
H 2 4/17/82 3 



9 s N U4l 



1.0 
13 



6*0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX SV NAMES PAGE, 11 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 1/17/83 

S I T 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PG L P 3YL 

4CC TFNNIS S 2 <./17/82 A 6 P P C56 

DUKE CAPTURES FIRST TENNIS TITLE H 2 <,/l'9/'!2 H 2 P N 171 

OUKF'S LESAP GOES OUT WITH TITLE S 2 "./l^/nz 3 P N T18 

OUKF'S 4RL3SGP0V WINS NCAA OPENER S 2 5/15/92 A 9 N 

STANGFS WI;4S 2 BATCHES H 2 5/20/82 D 3 N 

DUKE 'lETTERS ADVANCE S 2 5/20/92 S 3 N 

STSNGFR GOES FXTRA HOLES ^EFO'E ELIMINATION H 2 5/21/82 C 2 N 

APLOSOROV STATUS TUESTIONED S 2 5/26/92 a 2 P N 018 

DUKE'S ARLOSOROV LOSES ELIGlalLITY H 2 6/02/82 B 2 N 171 

ARLOSOROV LOSES ELIGIBILITY S 2 6/02/92 3 N 

AR""ANO. HENRI OR. 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS HAVE ORGANIZATION S 2 1/25/82 A 8 N 

NCCU PROF ORGANIZING GROUP FOS LANGUAGE TEACHERS h 2 1/27/92 A 9 N 

ARfENTFRCS - LOPEZ. EVA RCSA 

i SENTENXEO IN COCAINE CASE H 2 3/19/82 3 7 N 

ARMITAGE. JOHN i. 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS WIN GRANTS H 2 */22/92 8 1 N 

16 STUDENTS WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS S 2 't/22/82 A 17 N 

SCIENCE. MATH PIONEERS READY FOR FIRST GRADUATION S 2 5/15/82 A 3 P N E05 

REFLECTIONS OF A YOUNG GRAD H 2 8/08/82 1 P F 88 1 

ARMITAGE. NANCY E. ICHAPEL HILL) 

CHAPEL HILL BICYCLIST STRUCK. KILLED ON I-AO S 2 11/19/82 d 1 N 

ARMSTRONG. BILL 

VANCE STUDENTS' ALCOHOL. POT USE SURVEYED H 1 3/03/92 a I N 

ARMSTRONG. BRENOA E. OR. 

DURHAM STRIDERS DESERVE SUPPORT H 2 7/18/92 D 5 L 

ARMSTRONG. ELSON 

CHANNEL 22 SLIGHTS CITY H 2 2/03/92 A 5 L 

CHAN^EL 22: NO SLIGHT MEANT H 2 2/19/92 A <. L 

NCAA ^INAL HAILFD FOR ITS DRAMA, MATCHUPS H 2 './0'./92 B 2 L 

TRIANGLE GLORIES H 2 <./30/92 A <. L 

WHY NO BASKETBALL FACILITIES? S 2 5/03/82 A 4 L 

ONE BALLPARK FAN BULLISH ON B^ACH. SINATRA AND SIXTIES TUNES H 2 6/06/92 B 2 L 

BUTTERS' DEMEANOR IN WILSON DISMISSAL DISTURBS DUKE FANS H 2 11/28/92 B 2 P L 

ARMSTRONG. JAMES IRISHOPI 

IND. 9ISH0P TO DISCUSS PEACE ISSUE H 2 3/27/82 A 7 p N 

ARMSTRONG. WADE OR. 

MISSION HEAD OF YATES ASSOCIATION TO RESIGN H 2 2/27/82 A 9 P N A2n 

YATFS HEAD TAKES W. VA. 'FAITH' JOB H 2 6/19/82 A 7 P N 

ARMSTRONG, WARREN J. JR. SGT. (GREENSBORO! 

INVESTIGATION FOLLOWS OFFICER' S ARREST H 2 3/28/92 A 6 N 

EX-POLICEMAN SENTENCED IN DRUG CASE H 2 9/16/82 8 <• N 

ARNOER, KENNETH WAYNE 

MOUNT AIRY MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING S 2 6/29/92 B 9 N 

ARNETT, EDWAPO 

THE WILL FOR PEACE H 2 5/l'>/82 A 4 L 

I BURLINGTON) 

-- HOPEDALE is no PLACE FOR A ROBBERY H 2 1/19/82 A 1 N 

ARNOLD. 'ILL 

■LITIGATION TIMS RELEASE OF MOVIE 'BRAINSTORM' H 2 5/22/82 A 1 N W66 

LITIGATION MAY HALT MOVIE S 2 5/22/92 A 3 M 

N.C. GOES HOLLYWOOD S 2 7/29/92 D I P F 371 

MOVIES 8RING MILLIONS TO STATE'S ECONOMY H 2 9/26/82 A 12 N 

OUTLOOK FOR FILM 'GOOD': 'BRAINSTORM' MAY BE OUT IN '83 H 2 10/22/92 3 1 P N W66 

ARNOLD. BILLY JOSEPHINE ICREEDMOOR! 

OBITUARY H 2 9/16/82 CI* 

ARNOLD. CLARA 

SPAULDING. SHOWS ME CARES H 2 6/26/82 A * L 

ARNOLD. OOUGLAS 0. 

A KEY TO DEVELOPMENT H 2 2/19/82 A * L 

ARNOLD, ELSIE INEZ WOOOLIEF 

01ITUARV H 2 <./01/92 C 19 

ARNOLD. GARY RICHA»0 

MANHANDLING A HECKLER S 2 10/08/82 A 4 E 

•RNOLD. HEPRON "»0" ALEXANDER (ORLANDO. FLA.) 

OBITUARY H 2 12/03/82 A 10 

ARNOLD. RAYMOND TROY 

MAN IS SHOT THREE TIMES H 2 9/14/82 A 2 N 

DEPUTIES CHARGE WOMAN IN SHOOTING S 2 9/14/82 B 1 N 

ARNOLD. RICHARD IV 

COURT UPHOLDS AWARDS H 2 6/08/82 A 14 N 

ARNOLD. WILLIAM (FILM OFFICE. RALEIGH] 

SCHOOL FOR DEAF BEING CONSIOEOED AS SITE FOR FILM H 2 10/30/82 A 9 N 

ARNOLD, WILLIAM V. DR. 

PROF WILL SPEAK IN LECTURE SE'IES H 2 3/20/82 A 7 p N 

FAMILY COUNSELING: URGENT, TOUGH JOB H 2 3/27/82 A 6 F A20 

H 2 4/02/92 A 12 

ARCN, BILL 

MANY "EANINGS FOUND IN PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT H 2 4/02/82 10 U G68 

ARCNSDN, ARNOLD 

SAKS EXECUTIVE CHRONICLES FASHION S 2 2/19/'2 3 1 P F «15 

TIME OIGHT FGP FASHION INDUSTRY S 2 2/19/92 C 1 N 533 

CUSTO"EP WANTS FASHION H 2 2/19/92 B 2 P N 

ARHNSON, LEOPNARD D. 

ARTICLE ON HELMS 'OFFENSIVE. TISHONEST' S 2 6/17/92 A 4 L 

ARRINGTON. C. JACK (HAYWOOD CO. I 

HAYWOOD SHERIFF FIRES DEPUTY H 2 1/15/B2 A 13 N 

ARRINGTON. LFROY JR. IWAKE CO. I 

TWO INDICTED IN SLAYING OF TE"N-AGER H 2 6/24/92 C 10 N 

ARTHUR, FRANK (DURHAM FIREMAN) 

FOUR FIREMEN, CITIZEN HURT IN DURHAM WRECK S 2 12/09/92 a 1 P N F30 

ARTHUR, STEPHEN 

PLO ATROCITIES IGNORED H 2 9/02/92 A 4 L 



jL 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES ''?';?, /il 



NOEX BY NAMES '^'if-.Ai 

12/31782 1/17/83 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P 9YL 

aRTHUR. TROY LEE "LITTLE MAN" 

OBITUARY H 2 6/01/82 E 6 

4RTHURS. JCHN IPITTSBORQl , ,,,,„, „ , .. ,,„ 

BUSINESS LOOKING UP IN JO'OAN LAKE AREA H 1 <./23/82 BIN L30 

ARTIS. JOHN WILLIS (NORFOLK, VA . ] ,,,.,„, 

ACCIDENT VICTIM IN PITT IDENTIFIED H 2 1/25/82 All N 

ISAY, '^AO ILYN K • 

NURSE POaCTITIONER is second IN STATE S 2 12/06/82 8 3 N 

ASEUON. STFPMANI5 RAE IRURAL HALL I 

RURAL HALL MO^AN DIES IN COLLISION H 2 7/04/82 A 7 N 

4SHE, SUSIE PELL 

HAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING H 2 5/23/82 A 4 N 

4SHF0R0, DONALD 

DURHAM MAN, 4". DIES IN BLAZE AT APARTMENT H 2 4/25/92 i 1 N 

FIRE'S CAUSE STILL UNKNOWN 5 2 4/26/82 C 1 N 

OBITUARY H 2 4/23/82 A 13 

4SHF0R0* MATTHEW ^ , ,,,, ,„, ^ , « .. 

N.C. SCHOOL OF ARTS STUDENT STARS ON SOAP S 2 3/26/82 3 P N 

'^'"'flE'lcciNTRIC " 2 '/1*/S2 A 4 E 

"sEST OF LUCK TO CURTIS HUNTER; WEN2EL. JAX HAVING FINE YEAR H 2 2/28/32 8 2 L 

'^"^"aSkIw'sAYS HE'S LIKELY CANDIDATE H 2 3/22/82 3 I N G53 

JUNIOR UO-AN'S CLUB PLANS 'BUNNY LUNCH' H 2 3/23/82 A 6 P N 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE WEE SET H 2 3/23/82 B 1 D U 

"^ DOMINOES IN LATIN AMERICA H 2 2/25/82 A 4 L 

ACTOR FLUBSEO 



2 3/02/82 A 4 E 



ASTHEI-ER, SUSAN P. (LANCASTER. PA. I ,,,i/<,-, . , 

SHOPT TIME LEFT FOR RATIFYING THE ERA H 2 1/25/32 A 4 L 

ATCHLEY, BILL L. (CLEMSON UNIV. PRESIOENTl ,.„., = , r i o c cci 

ATChlEY: university SUFFERS AS NCAA PROBE LINGERS ON H 2 10/15/92 C 1 » F S'Sl 

CLE'^SON'S PFNALTIES STIFFENED ^ 2 11/24/82 B 2 P N 

CLEMSON'S ATCHLEY MAINTAINS P3SITIVE FACE DURING ORDEAL H 2 11/25/82 4 N 

ATCHLEY: ACCREDITATION IDEA FIR COLLEGE ATHLETIC FUTURE H 2 12/14/82 B 2 p f, 

AD'S AUTHORITY CUT IN TIGERS' SHAKEUP H 2 l2/21/"2 8 2 N 

POOR ROGER GETS PUNCHED AGAIN IN WRITER'S 1ST NOVEL H 2 3/07/82 D 3 P R H45 

"^"'"he FELL*^IN love WITH THE GIRL NEXT DOOR H 2 4/19/82 E 2 P F S56 

''''"*'!nm2iFS°hOL0''sIx'So1t2gE?''sTAMD0FF EXISTS ON THIRD FLOOR AT CENTRAL... H 2 3/24/82 A 1 P N 

THE HOSTAGES. THE PRISONERS S 2 3/24/82 A IN 

PRISON STANDOFF CONTINUES: NEGOTIATIONS FALL THROUGH H 2 3/25/82 A 1 P N 

HOSTAGES: BRIEF PROFILES OF MEN HELD BY 3 INMATES H 2 3/25/82 5 P N 

PRISONERS RELEASE HOSTAGES AFTER MAKING TRANSFER DEAL S 2 3/25/82 A 1 N 

ATKINS. HENRY L. JR. REV. IGREENSBOROI , ,,„-,,», , ,, 

EL SALVADOR'S TROOP TRAINING IN U.S. RAPPED H 2 1/07/82 C 11 N 

UNC-G CHAPLAIN PLANS SPEECH ON EL SALVADOR S 2 2/10/82 A 18 N 

PROTEST RALLY SET F^B. 24 ON EL SALVADOR POLICIES H 2 2/23/82 A 8 N 

aTKINS. JOHN HURLEY (MOORE CO. I , ,,,,,., 

6 PEOPLE DIE. TEMPERATURE REC3R0S TUMBLE AS COLD GRIPS N.C. H 2 1/12/82 A 1 N 

ATKINS. JOHN L. Ill (ARCHITECTI ,,,n/o-, r , o k, 

CHAMBER ELECTS OFFICERS S 2 1/29/82 C 1 p N 

OFFICIAL LEAVES FRANKLIN POST H 1 2/04/82 3 1 N 

"'g'EFNHOUSES: THEY'RE LIKE HIDDEN JEWELS AT DUKE CAMPUS H 2 2/21/92 E 12 » f G78 

GREENHOUSE VISITORS H 2 2/28/82 4 L 

""'^VICTIM'S OBJECTION KILLS PLEA BARGAIN H 2 4/09/92 3 5 N '51 

JUDGE REJECTS NEGOTIATED PLEA AFTER ROBBERY VICTIM COMPLAINS S 2 4/0')/82 C 5 N 

ATKINSON. ARCHIE RAY (PITTSBORO] ^ , ,,„,,., „ , ^ 

MAN DIES IN WRECK » 2 9/05/82 B 1 N 

ATKINSON. LESLIE "IKE" (GQLDSBORO) . , ,,,,,„, . ,„ 

GRAND JURY INDICTS CUMBERLAND LAWYER H 2 4/22/82 A 10 N 

ATKINSON ASSOCIATES GIVEN NEW TRIALS S 2 12/22/82 C 12 N 

PULITZER PRIZE WINNER ATTENDED ECU H 1 4/20/82 8 1 N 

ANN ATWATER WINS ROSA PARKS AWARD » \ i^A1',%\ o ? o c ■n>. 

ACTIVIST GETS HIGHEST HONORS S 2 5/11/82 3 1 " f JO* 

ATWATER TO 3£ HONORED AT 3ETHUNE RECOGNITION S 2 5/14/82 8 } N 

HONHRCD AGAIN S 2 5/02/82 3 1 P P S75 

DURHAM WOMEN GET NATIONAL RECOGNITION IN '82 S 2 12/29/82 8 1 P F 

ATWATER. CHARLES F. 5/,^,o, r i o M 531 

HYDRO IS ALREADY LOOKING TO EXPAND S 2 5/14/82 C 1 ° N Sa3 

ATWATER. CHARLES S. ^ , .,.r^,a-, „ ^ i 

SENIORS' COUNCIL DOESN'T F^^ooR SE S 2 6/10/82 A 4 L 

ATWATER. ESTHER MAOPHIS „ , ,r,/r,«/05 a .5 n 

QoiTuARY H 2 10/08/82 A 12 C 

"■""■cSlpEL'SaL MaS FACES CHARGE IN STABBING DEATH S 2 5/2«/P2 A I N 

ORANGE COUNTY MAN STABBED TO ?EATH; MEXT-OOOR NEIGMOOR ACCUSED OF MURDER H 2 5/29/82 CI N 

ORANGE COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH "URDER S 2 1^2^,1^ A 13 N 

OBITUARY " *- 3/J^/"t CO u 

MAN GETS TERM IN -UROER CASE H 2 d/13/°2 § ? ?| 

MAN GETS PRISON TERM FOR SLAYING S 2 9/13/°2 C 3 N 

ATWATER. HUBERT L. JR , , o/.7/i<3 « Q M 

AT,ATFR HONORED S 2 9/17/82 A 9 N 

'■mOVEd'by award S 2 12/15/82 B 1 » F E05 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



P«GE 13 
1/17/83 



S I T 

E L y 

C PG 1. P 3Y1. 



ITWOOD. "ICHJEL 04LE IRALEIGHl 
NAN DIES IN ICCIDENT 

*UER« U0UI5 INEw YORK 1 

N.Y. "liN FILES SUIT AGAINST MICA, SEEKS UNPAID PORTION OF 1961 LOAN 
MICA FACES 4200.000 SUIT 

4UERBACH. OAVin ALAN OR. 

AUEB9ACH GETS FELLOWSHIP 

4U^'AN, G. L. 

MAN FIRES SHOTS AT OURHAM OFFICER 
PSO DUCKS SHOTS. WRECKS CAR 

AUMAN, HENRIETTA 

COURTHOUSE CLAIMS 

4UMAN, MARY 

STILL CREATING. AFTER ALL THESE YEARS: RETIREMENT HOME RESIDENTS PEN... 

AUMAN, T. CLYDE IwEST ENOI 

AUMAN GETS DOCTORS' OK TO RUN 

PEACH PRODUCER. AUMAN. GAINS ALUMNUS AWARD 

AUSBON. IMOGENS HIX 
OBITUARY 

•USLEY. "ETT SAGLEY "CHIP" JR. (WARSAWI 
HAN FACES 3URGLARY CHARGES 

AUSLEY. WALLY 

N.C. 'AR POLL OPPOSES CAMERAS IN COURTROOMS 

AUSTELL. MAYNARO I W IN STON-S ALEMI 

AFTER RAISING FOUR KIDS, HE TAKES CHARGE OF 200 
MASONS PROUD OF ORPHANAGE 

AUSTIN. "ERNARO 

WAVE OF HOME OUILDING PLANNED 

AUSTIN. CLYDE 

FOR CLYDE. THERE WAS NO GLIDE ABOUT IT 
SMILES "AKE IT WORTHWHILE 

AUSTIN. DAVID 

TAX LOSSES 

GROUP SEEKING UW CHANGES 

AUSTIN, ERNIE 

SPOTTED FEVER OOESN' 



T DISCRIMINATE AMONG VICTIMS 



AUSTIN. JAMES IWILMINGTONI 

PLEAS ENTERED IN FRAUD CASE 

AUSTIN. LEDFCRD IGREENSBOROl 

HUD OFFICIAL: HOUSING FUNDS SEVERELY CUT 

ELDERLY HOUSING NEEDS ADDRESSED 

HUD MAY PUT LIMITATIONS ON CPITURY OAKS PROJECT 

AUSTIN. "ALCOLM "MACK" 

C»MP EASTER-IN-THE-°INES 

AUTRY, JAMFS HENRY (WADESBOROl 

HOSPITAL FREES CONVICTED MAN AFTER 3 MONTHS 

MENTAL LAWS NEED CHANGE 

SICK, VIOLENT CRIMINALS POSE DILEMMA 

lUTRY, VERA F. (CREEOMOORI 

SERVICES WON'T IE SHOWN 

AUXIFR. JOHN 

RADIATION FEARS SAID OUT OF PROPORTION 
EXPERT TRIES TO DISPEL FEARS ABOUT RADIATION 

AVALLE - ARCE. DIANE 

FAMILIES SHOULD TRY HELPING THEMSELVES 
SCHOOLS CHIEF SETS POOR EXAMPLE 

iVFNT, WILLIAM FLEMING (CHAPEL H I LL I 
OBITUARY 

AVERITT, THO"AS WAYNE 

MAN BEATEN NEAR CLUB 

DURHAM MAN 5EATEN IN »OBBERY STTEMPT 

AVERY. BONNIE ICLEVELANOl 

REST HOME IS BEING INVESTIGATED 

AVERY. GLENN CHRISTOPHER 

DURHAM BOY. 12, OROWNS IN KURE BEACH MOTEL POOL 
DURHAM POY OROWNS IN KURE BEACH POOL 

AVERY, JOHNNY 

MILLER'S TIGERS 'AWESOME' 

FALCONS A FACTOR IN TRIANGLE RACE? 

INSIDE A GAME PLAN 

AVFRY, LEONARD D. (RALEIGHI 

1 KILLED, 3 WOUNDED AT IBM: EX-EMPLOYEE CHARGED. . . 

IBM EMPLOYEES FACE UNCERTAIN ORAMA AT WORK 

MAN GUARDED IN HOSPITAL AFTER IBM SHOOTING SPREE 

IBM EMPLOYEES REPORT WARNING ABOUT EX-WORKER 

WARRANT WAS URGED FOR IBM EMPLOYEE 

U'-ITMINKABLE TRAGEDY CHANGES MANY LIVES 

OFFICERS WERE WATCHING FOR MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTINGS AT IBM 

DA, DOCTORS WILL DECIDE WHERE AVERY WILL GO AFTER TREATMENT 

AVERY FACING MORE CHARGES IN IBM CASE 

AVE»Y FACES FIREBOMB CHARGES 

NOT VIAPLE OPTION 

PEMCE: FBI WAS WARNED ABOUT AVERY 

EXPERTS SAY LEONARD AVERY SUFFERED 'VIETNAM SYNDROME' 

AVERY IN GOOD CONDITION 

SHOOTINGS PROMPT ONE FIi>M TO -XAMINE ITS SECURITY 

AVEBY MOVED TO CENTRAL PRISON 

HEABI'lG IS SCHEDULED FOR AVERY 

AVERY AWAITS MURDER HEARING 

COURT HEARING FOR AVERY POSTPONED UNTIL OCT. 6 

DON'T BRAND VETERANS 

AVERY HEAPING IS POSTPONED 

AVERY GETS OSYCHIATRIC EXAM 

AVERY'S HEARING POSTPONED AGAIN 

AVERY'S HEARING DELAYED; "ORE TESTS SCHEDULED 

HEARING FOR AVERY POSTPONED 

GRAND JURY TO GET CHARGES AGAINST AVERY 



S 2 3/22/92 C 1 



M i 3/11/32 B 1 
S 2 8/11/82 A 3 



S 2 12/15/82 C 13 



S 2 7/02/R2 A 1 
H 2 7/03/82 B 1 



S 2 
H 2 



N U57 
N 



H 2 2/12/82 A A L 

S 2 9/15/82 B I P F J06 



S 2 5/07/82 C 9 N 
H 2 5/24/82 B 5 N 



H2 3/1 9/ 92 CR 
S 2 2/10/82 C 9 N 



H 2 <./03/82 a 



H 2 3/1A/32 1 P B A20 
H 2 3/27/82 A 4 L 



H 2 3/14/82 D 11 " N F79 



H 2 1/08/82 C I P F M71 
S 2 12/21/82 D 1 P U R55 



H 2 2/01/82 A 4 
H 2 12/17/32 A I 



H 2 5/11/82 A 12 N 

H 2 2/17/92 A 7 N 

H 2 5/26/82 B 4 P N B81 

S 2 5/26/82 B I P N C42 

H 2 6/25/82 B 1 N 

H 2 4/08/B2 A 5 L 



H 2 U/11/32 A 21 

S 2 11/19/92 A 4 

H 2 12/05/82 A 1 

H 2 12/23/82 A 4 



H 2 5/22/82 A 11 
S 2 5/22/82 A 3 



H 2 3/25/82 A 4 
H 2 6/05/82 A 4 



H 2 6/10/82 C 16 



S 2 5/08/82 A 3 
H 2 5/10/82 A 3 



N 
E 
G ?30 



N 

N =30 



4/08/82 C 13 



3/17/82 
8/13/82 



1 

17 



S 2 1/06/82 D 3 P U COO 
S 2 U/19/82 D ID P F C09 
H 2 12/29/82 B 2 ° U M7 1 



H 2 


8/31/92 


A 


I 


R N 


A54 


H 2 


8/31/92 


A 


1 


N 


381 


S 2 


3/31/92 


A 




P N 


F30 


H 2 


9/01/82 


A 




P N 




S 2 


9/01/82 


A 




N 


F3a 


S 2 


9/01/«2 


A 




F 




H 2 


9/02/92 


A 




N 


X41 


H 2 


9/02/»2 


A 




E 




S 2 


9/02/92 


A 




N 


F30 


H 2 


9/03/'>2 


B 




N 




S 2 


9/03/32 


C 




N 




S 2 


9/03/92 


C 




N 




H 2 


9/04/92 


5 




N 




H 2 


9/07/92 


A 




N 




S 2 


9/07/92 


A 




N 


F30 


H 2 


9/12/°2 


C 




N 


A54 


H 2 


9/14/»2 


A 




P N 




H 2 


9/15/°2 


6 




N 




S 2 


9/15/92 


C 




N 




S T 


9/22/92 


3 




N 




H 2 


9/23/92 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


9/23/82 


d 


I 


N 




S 2 


10/07/82 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


10/09/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


11/09/92 


3 


I 


N 




S 2 


11/09/92 


B 


9 


N 




S 2 


12/06/92 


A 


1 


P N 





MONTHLY/ 



A N M U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



AVgRY IN0ICTM6NT VERDICT DUE TODAY 

3L4CK0UT DELAYS JURY SEPORT 

AVEOY CHARGES EYED 

AVERY INDICTED DN 10 COUNTS 

JURORS fILE AVERY COUNTS 

CIVIC CENTER'S ^IRTH STILL DOJN THE ROAD 



SVERY, 'IILTON 

MILTON AVERY PAINTINGS: 



ELOOUENCE IN SIMPLICITY 



AVERY, lOL 

AVERY REPORTEDLY TO ORAH STATE'S STARTING a? ROLE 

AVERY SPARKS PACK VICTORY 

AVERY SECURES N.C. STATE VICTORY 

3ELL NEARLY TOLLED =0R AVERY 

AVEPY RELISHES CHANCE AT LIONS 

AYCOCK. =0>'UN0 (WAKE CO. I 

LEADERS: AIRPORT KEY TO AREA'S GROWTH 

lYERS, HARVARD DR. 

S-ALL DAM PRODUCES ELECTRICITY 

AYSCUE. ALRRED T. REV. (MOUNT AIRYl 
RECORDER CHAIRMAN REPLACED 

AYSCUE, TOM (VANCE CO. I 

TRAINER SEES OIFFICULTIES FOR BIRO DOGS. HUNTERS 

AYSCUE, TOMMY RAY (HENDERSON) 

DROWNING ACCIDENTS CLAIM 2 LI^ES 

RA5ER, JAMES DAVID 
OBITUARY 

"ACCUS, LLOYD DR. 

PSYCHIATRIST'S HELP ASKED IN TWO RALEIGH KILLINGS 

BaChELER. JACK 

BACHELEP TOP 'TEACHER' 

BACHPACH. LEONA DR. , ,, .,,,, 

SAbY "OOH PATIENTS FLOOD "ENTi L HEALTH FACILITIES 



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12/26/92 


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1 P N 


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H 2 ■i/29/82 G 5 P N H60 

H 2 5/27/82 A 21 N 

S 2 10/09/92 A 6 N 

H 2 1/03/92 a 12 F W60 

H 2 7/19/92 B 1 N 

H 2 11/11/92 C 16 

H 2 12/19/82 A 4 N 

S 2 8/09/92 6 N 

S 2 1/25/82 3 1 F J06 



BADGER. GEORGE EDMUND 
5 TAR hFELS have 



!EEN SECRETARY OF NAVY 



3A0GETT, LANCE 

JUR^ SELECTION MAY EMD TODAY = OR CIVIL SUIT 

• '.00,000 SUIT FILED IN CLYDESDALE INCIDENT 

YOUTH'S PARENTS SEEK 5500,000 

CLYDESDALE SHOW TRIAL OPENS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

WITNESSES SAY NO SECURITY PATROLS DURING HORSE SHOW 

JURY HEARS OF 'HORRIFYING' CAR PLUNGE INTO CROWD 

SLIPES SHOWN TO JURORS 

DOCTORS: CRASH'S COSTS STILL =ISING 

INJURIES OESC»IBED IT CLYDESDALE SHOW TRIAL 

DURHA" BOY ALMOST DIED FROM INJURIES, DOCTOR SAYS 

OEF = NOANTS SEEK DIRECTED VERDICTS IN SI.", MILLION SUIT 

FINAL ARGUMENTS EXPECTED IN SUIT OVER BOYS' INJURIES 

CLYDESDALE CASE GOES TO JURY TODAY 

JURY tEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN SUIT OVER BOYS' INJURIES 

CLYDESDALE JURY TO MEET AGAIN 

4111,000 AWARDED FOR BOYS' INJURIES 

2 aCYS AWAROEO 5111,000 IN CLYOESPALE SHOW WRECK 

CLYDESDALE JURY AWARDS REDUCED 

BAGGFTT, BPENOA 

'HOUSE That LOVE BUILT' EARNS THE DESCRIPTION 
COUPLE 'CLOWN AROUND' WITH KIDS 

"AGLEY, nwAYNE 

OFF-OUTY OFFICER FOILS BREAK-IN 

"AGLEY, HARVEY LEE 

MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 
''AN FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 

=AGLEY. KENDRI VAN 

TWO DURHAM MCN CHARGED WITH MURPER 

2 ARRESTED IN SLAYING OF MAN, 33 

POLIC= "AKE THIPO ARREST IN SLAYING OF DURHAM MAN 
THREE MORE ARE CHARGED WITH MUROEP 
5 ARRFSTED IN MURDER 

3 FREED IN SMITH SHOOTING 

BAGLEY, WILLIA" INTHONY (RALEIGHI 
RALEIGH BABY DIES IN FIRE 

'»AGNAL« ANNE 

5 CONGRESSMEN RENOMINATED 

NOW AIMS GUNS AT '82 ELECTIONS 

IN THIS ELECTION, NEAL WILL PAY ATTENTION TO HIS CHALLENGER 

•REAGANOMICS' FACTOR IN 5TH DISTRICT RACE 

CBEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 

NOW BACKS 7 MEN OVER WOMEN 

JOHNSTON LOSES. HENOON TRAILS 

BAILFY, CONALD 

"GRAHAM ON CAMPUS: SPARKS OF OTHER VISITS 'lOT EXPECTED AT UNC IN SEPT. 

BAILEY, FvESTER 

ADVICE CN ALCOHOL GIVEN 

paILEy, f. 
POOR 



GET oQBdED, TOO 



"AILFY, FRANCES SUTTON IKINSTON] 

n MILLION Awarded in fatality 

PATIPV f* ',J nR 

SYNTHETIC fuels SAID CRUCIAL F QO ENERGY INDEPENDENCE 

BAILEY. J. RUFFIN (RALEIGH) 

GROUP RANKS TOP LOBBYISTS IN SENERAL ASSEMBLY 

BAILEY. JAMES H. "POU" 

JUDGE LETS POKER PLAYERS OFF HOOK 

JUDGE BAILEY CRITICIZES COLLEAGUE FOR DISMISSAL OF GAMBLING CHARGES 

JUDGE HITS OQKER DISMISSAL 

JOKERS IN THE DECK 

study: CASE'S OUTCOME DEPENDS ON PRINCIPALS 

BAILEY, JEAN (BUTNERI 



H 2 <,/17/92 6 1 



S 2 3/04/92 A 



? 


12/01/92 


A 


1 7 


N 




7 


2/26/82 


a 




N 


WJ6 


! 


2/26/92 


A 


1 ( 


N 




7 


11/30/32 


K 




N 


W36 


7 


12/02/92 


A 


(4 


N 


M16 


/ 


12/03/92 






N 


W)6 


7 


12/03/92 


r 




N 


W16 


7 


12/04/82 


I. 




N 


Wi6 


7 


,2/07/82 


A 




N 


Wi6 


7 


2/07/82 


A 




N 


W16 


7 


,2/09/82 


a 


10 


N 




7 


.2/08/92 


A 




N 


VJ6 


7 


,2/09/92 


r( 




N 


■116 


7 


2/09/92 


A 




N 


W36 


7 


2/10/B2 


H 




N 


W16 


7 


2/13/92 


A 




N 


■(36 


? 


2/11/92 


A 




N 




2 


12/16/92 


A 


1 1 


N 


W36 


7 


2/12/92 


H 


7 


3 F 


S56 


2 


10/10/92 


t 


7 


P F 


M95 



H 2 7/03/92 a 



H 2 
S 2 



a/0''/82 
8/09/92 



7/l3/°2 
7/14/92 
7/15/92 
7/16/92 
7/16/92 
7/24/82 



S 2 3/12/92 A 



6/30/92 
8/27/82 
10/22/82 
10/23/92 
10/25/92 
10/29/82 
11/03/32 



1 1 

1 1 



M 



H 2 5/08/92 A 6 P F 

S 2 12/24/82 C 1 N M23 

H 2 12/06/92 A 4 E 

H 2 9/24/92 A 15 N 

H 2 4/19/82 II 

H 2 9/29/92 A 7 



H 2 3/19/92 A 1 

S 2 3/19/92 A 15 

H 2 3/20/R2 A 5 

H 2 3/25/92 A 4 

H 2 ll/09/»2 A 1 



N W24 
J 

N 

N 
N 
E 
S 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



NAMES 



PAGE 15 
1/17/83 



C- "EROIS"' i^Aao 

aUT>lER 6-YEAK-OLn GETS SRAVERY AHASO 



aUTNEB YOUTH WINS N.C. HEROISM AWARD 

SCOTTY'S 'BIG DAY': 8UTNER 6-Y ESR-OLO GETS 8RAVERY AWARD 

KAILEY. PAT 

FORMER HERALD CORRESPONDENT WINS AWARDS 

■lAILEYf RONALD DEAN IGREENSBOROI 
<, SENTENCED FOR S0B1ERY 

BAILEY. SCOTTY ISUTNFRI 
3UTNER YOUTH ,JINS 
SCGTTY'S 'aiG DAY' 
LITTLE HERO 4 BIG EXAMPLE 

»AILEY. THURL 

BAILEY'S BEST GAME 

ENTER AND SING IN, "LEASE 

"AILEY. WILLARD 

THE COMPETITIVE CIAA 

BAILEY, WILLIE IVERY 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN SKJOTING 

MAN IN JAIL FOR MURDER 

THREE MEN SHOT 

SHOOTING VICTIMS AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

MAN INDICTED IN GUN DEATH 

ROUGEMONT MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTINGS 

»AIN, JIM 

BAIN BANNED AT IOWA GAMES 

BAINE, EDMOND ( HI LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

BAINES, JERRY LEE 

QUICK TURN FQILS ROBBERY 

DURHAM STORE "ANAGER FOILS ROBBERY 

OAINES, TYRONE DR. 

BAINES GETS ADMINISTRATION POST AT NCCU 
80AO0 OKS BAINES FOR NCCU JOB 
NCCU OFFICIAL WINS GRANT FROM KELLOGG 
BAINES TO PARTICIPATE IN FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 

N.Y.I 



MAN DIES IN ANOTHER FIRE 



"AKER, BOBBY (LENOIR) 

SURVIVOR KILLED; 6 YEARS AFTE^ BLAZE, 

BAKER, BUDDY 

BAKER ENDS DROUGHT, WINS DARLINGTON POLE 
BAKFR ENTERS "ARTINSVILLE RACE 

PARSONS FIRED. BAKER '"OVING IN ON RAINER TEAM 
BAKER. ELLINGTON TEAM SPLITS UP 

BAKER, OAZELLA lOALEIGHI 

* DIE IN RALEIGH BLAZE 

FOUR PEOPLE KILLED IN RALEIGH APARTMENT FIRE 

FIRE PROBE CENTERS ON HEATER 

"AKER, DENNIS '. BRAD 

80Y. 3, MASTERS TRACTOR TO SAVE PINNED FATHER 

BAKER, DON 

AFLOAT ON ROUGH WATERS 

"AKER. DONALD FRANCIS (HIGH POINT! 

POND MAY HOLD KEY TO 2-STATE THEFT RING 

OAKE". FRANCES (RALEIGHI 

4 DIE IN 'ALEIGH BLAZE 

FOUR PEOPLE KILLED IN RALEIGH APARTMENT FIRE 

FIRE PROBE CENTERS ON HEATER 

BAKER, HAROLD (SENATOR) 

N.C. SENATOR CHARGED IN STOLE'J TRUCK CASE 

STATE SENATOR FPQM WILKES WAIVES 1ST COURT APPEARANCE 

SENATOR INDICTED: TRIAL DATF IS SET 

JUDGE DISMISSES 1 OF 3 CHARGES AGAINST SENATOR 

SEN. "AKE" TAKES STAND TO TELL OF BUYING TRUCK 

BAKER IS CQUNO GUILTY IN STOLEN TRUCK CASE 

LEGISLATOR'S SALARY SUSPENDED 

"AKER, HOWARD (TFNN. SENATOR) 
SURTAX FATALLY FLAWED 
NO SURTAX, SEN. BAKER 

■"AKER, JERRY THOMAS (JAMESTOWN) 

POND MAY HOLD KEY TO 2-STAT6 THEFT RING 

»AKER, KIP 

'BEAST OF LAKEWOOD' 



IS IDENTIC lED 



BAKER, LENOX OR. 

WADE'S TROPHY BRINGS tlO.OOO 

BLESSED ARE YE EDITORS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

SOME IDEAS FOR HOOPS, WHICH AREN'T IMMUNE TO OBLIVION 

PHOTOGRAPHERS LAUDED 

THE KING'S ENGLISH 

BLUE DEVILS DOCTOR, COACH OF YESTERYEAR 

QUEEN'S ENGLISH, MOT KING'S 

DR. BAKFR MISREPRESENTED 

CHANGE NEEDED ON BOARD 

WAGE TROPHY AUCTION NETS $10,000 

DR. LENOX 0. BAKE" AD FOR PAUL NANCE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

PAKE". LFONIE H. 
OBITUARY 

BAKER. LINWOOD LEROY JR. 

MOTORCYCLE GANG LEADER CHARGED 
FILES ON BIKERS CONFISCATED 



3/1B/B2 
3/l')/B2 



I T 

L Y 

PG L P 3YL 



P N 



H 2 3/21/82 A 18 N 
H 2 i/n/SZ B 1<. N 



S 2 3/lB/'!2 A 
H 2 3/19/12 3 
S 2 3/23/n2 A 



1 N K90 
I P N 
<. E 



2/17/82 B I P U 018 
10/15/82 D 2 » P 



H 2 a/18/82 B 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



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10/04/82 
10/31/82 
11/01/92 
11/03/92 
11/03/82 



N M51 

N 



N 



N 



8/22/82 8 2 J 071 
<,/13/32 B 5 



1/25/82 B I N 
1/25/92 A 8 N 



1/01/82 3 ION 

l/0'5/a2 A 3 N 

<i/20/82 B 1 P N 

',/21/32 C 12 N 



3/20/82 A 10 
3/16/82 A 3 N 



H 2 4/02/82 C 1 N S91 

H 2 4/20/82 3 I P N 

H 2 6/03/92 D 1 N S91 

H 2 6/08/82 3 2 N 



S 2 4/29/82 A 1 
H 2 4/30/92 A 16 
H 1 5/01/82 B 1 



H 2 10/09/82 A I 



H 2 3/14/82 B 8 



H 2 3/15/82 A 



S 2 
H 2 
H 1 



4/29/82 A 1 
4/30/92 A 16 
5/01/82 3" 1 



8/20/82 
3/21/82 
9/14/82 
10/05/92 
10/06/92 
10/07/82 
10/23/82 



1 

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11 

12 

6 

1 

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S 2 2/26/82 A 4 
H 2 2/29/82 D 4 



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10/02/92 


A 


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10/24/92 


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H 2 7/31/»2 3 12 N 
H 1 8/04/92 B I N 



two RESIGN FOLLOWING AUDIT 

9AKER. RICHARD ST. 3ARBE 

•MAN OF THE TREES' FEATURED ON WUNC 

BAKER 

BAKER, ROBERT F 



, ROBERT C. 

THEY DON'T MIND LIVING IN 



A WINNEBAGO AWHILE 



H 2 6/26/82 3 3 N 
S 2 9/09/82 D 10 P F 
H 2 5/23/82 E 2 P F H45 



N0NTHLY/1NMU4L INDEX 3Y NAKES "AKE It 

1/01/B2 - li/31/82 1/17/83 



3AK6R TO 'iEC3"E STATE 848 P«E5 IDENT 

BAKES. aOGEi) (CHAPEL HILLl 

3ANKRUPTCY JUDGE CL?A?S ESTES DRIVE CONDOS =0R SALE 

SAKER. SIDNEY M. S». INEW YQRKl 
TRIBUTE TO AL POLLARD JR. 

»AKER. SIDNEY JAYNE JR. 

DURHAM TEEN HELD ^OLlOmING aC:I05NT 

DURHAM TEEN CHARGED IN CHASE, HIT-RUN WRECK 

OAK ER . TOM ( ACTOR 1 

WHO CARES ABOUT DR. WHO? 

=AKKER. JIM 

FCC AGREES TO SHORTEN INVESTIGATION OF BAKKER 

94LC=LLS. EUGENIA 

GRID GIMMICK CHEATS PHILLIP M3 RR I S ART 

"ALDESCHWEILER. JOHN ICALIF.i 

CHEMISTS TO VISIT DUKE UNDER DREYFUS PROGRAM 

TWO CHE-ISTS TO VISIT DUKE 

CHEMISTRY PROF TO TALK AT OUKF 

ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES TO BE TOPIC OF SPEECH 

94LDINGER. BRIAN 

NFL DREAM HEARTBROKEN 

RALDWIN. DAVID ITILLERY) 
PEN PAL MANTEO 

BALDWIN, ED AND GLADYS 

FGL1S AROUND HERE: MISSIONARIES IN EXODUS 

RALDWIN, JAMES [NOVELIST! 

BALDWIN CIJCELS UNC TALK 

BALDWIN, JONATHAN 

4-MONTH-OLD BOY FOUND DEAD IN BED 

AUTOPSY COMPLETE 

OBITUARY 

"ALDWIN, lESSIE Runo (ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. I 
O^I'fUARY 

PALOWIN, "AT^IE SMITH 
DPI^UARY 

=ALDWIN, WESLEY 

PUBLIC ADJUSTOR ADVISES N.C.. S.C. FIRE VICTIMS 

BALDWIN, WILLIE JAMES "BILL" 
OBITUARY 

"ALL, ELEANOR (NE;V YORK! 

GRANVILLE SHERIFF, 2 DEPUTIES SUED 
GRANVILLE SHERIFF, 2 DEPUTIES ANSWER SUIT 

BALL, INEZ (CHARLOTTE! 

N.C. MAN CHARGED IN -MERCY KILLING' OF HIS WIFE 
SUSPENDED SENTENCE GIVEN IN MERCY KILLING 

=ALL, JERRY (CHARLOTTE! 

N.c. -AN Charged in -mercy killing- of his wife 

SUSPENDED SENTENCE GIVEN IN fCRCY KILLING 

PALL, ZOLA LAOO 
OBITUARY 

= ALL«NTY'iE, ShELLI 

HOME FROM AFRICA, THEY REPEAT VOWS TO FLENTROP-S ECHO 

BALLARD, ANGELA WILLIS (MQREHEAD CITY) 
BODY FOUND IN SANO DUNE 

BALLARD, JEFF (CHARLOTTE! 

CHARLOTTE POLICEMAN 6EATEN; FIREFIGHTERS, BYSTANDERS WATCH 



PALLARn, MARC AND LIN04 (TENNESSEE! 

113.2 MILLION SUIT IS FILED OVER ASSAULT 

«ALLAR", R. HARRY 
OBITUARY 

BALLARD. STANLEY 
MAN CHARGED 

BALLENGEP, CASS (SENATOR! 

REPUOLICAflS MAKE PLANS FOR GOVERNOR-S RACE 

2 RFPUBLICAN SENATORS RAP N.C. TRANSPORTATION MEMO 

2 REPUBLICAN SENATORS CHARGE SOME STATE EMPLOYEES GAGGED 

STATE GOP CHAIRMAN OPPOSES SENATOR'S FUND-RAISING DRIVE 

GROUP TO ASSIST GOP CANDIDATES 

N.C. REPUBLICAN PARTY, CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ANIMOSITY CRITICIZED 

"ALLENTINE, EDWIN LYLE (CHARLESTON, S.C! 
OBITUARY 

PALLINGER, BILLY LEE (WINSTON-SALEM) 
BURLINGTON "IN WOUNDED 
DAVID THAXTON. GUNSHOT VICTIM 

BANCROFT, ANNIE J. 
OBITUARY 

BANE, FD"ONO (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

PANE. LILLIE WILLIAMS 
OBITUARY 

PANE. -ARY PEELE (ORANGE PARK, FLA.) 
OBITUARY 

BANKS, BONNIE G. (CHAPEL hILL) 

FARM LABORERS NEED PROTECTION 

»«NKS, GENE 

ALBECK HELPS BANKS TO WIN HIS SPURS 

RANKS, NELSON (NEW BERN! 



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MASONIC LEADER NELSON BANKS DIES 

»ANKS. O'NEAL SGT. I I NO I ANNAPOL I S t INO.I 
MARINE SENTENCED IN SLAYING 

BANKS. SYLVESTER JR. (NEW BE^NI 

DYING HAN GIVEN PSISQN SENTENCE 

"ANKS. JILLI^ 

HILLI= RANKS SEEKS RAN SUPPORT P0» =>eST EFFORT 
BANKS' HE40PH0NES TUNED FOR JUMPING 

BANKSTON. JACK 3. JR. 

THOUGHTFUL FIBE'^EN SAVED CARPET. HOUSE 

BARAKAT, FRED 

THE OFFICIALS HAVE THEIR OFFICIALS. TOO 
BEST-KNOWN ^EFS TO MISS TOURNEY 

BARBARY, RED 

ONE AT-SAT, 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



ONE POP OUT, ONE CAREER 



BARBEE, ALLEN (REP. I 

LFGISLATOR SAYS DOT HAS TAKEN NEW TURN 
HOUSE SPEAKER NOMINATED FOR 2ND TERM 

BAOBEE. DAN GILBERT 

SHOOTING VICTIM TREATED. RELEASED 
VICTIM SURVIVES WOUND TO HEAD 

BARBEE. EMMA MCBROOM 
OBITUARY 

BARBEE. FLORENCE GRIFFIN 
OBITUARY 



BARBEE. KRYSTAL LYNN 
OBITUARY 



BAPBEE. ODIE LOUIS 
OBI TUARY 



BAOBEE. SIDNEY GRAY 
OBITUARY 



BARBEE. WILcJERT LEE "ROOSTER" 
OBITUARY 



BARBER. 'RONA PHILLIPS 
OBITUARY 



BARBER. HAROLD H. "PETE" 

HOwELL. BARBER JOIN COMPANIES 



BARBER. JAMES DAVID DR. 
GROUP PROTESTS U.S. 



POLICIES 



FIXED ASSETS 



=AR8ER. RICHARD 

AUDIT SHOWS LAPSE IN OEPOSITIMG 
COMPUTER MIGHT LIST CITY SCHOOLS' 
DURHAM SCHOOLS MEET FUEL COSTS 

BARBER. WADE JR. 

FOUR FILE FOR RACES IN ORANGE 

2 FILE IN ORANGE ELECTIONS 

BARBER NAMED COMMISSION CHAIRMAN 

DA NAMED TO POST ON PANEL 

UNCONTESTED RACES IN ORANGE 

DRUNKEN DRIVERS: ACTION ON PRIBLEM DISCUSSED AT MEETINGS ACROSS STATE 

D.A. ENTERS HEART ASSOCIATION FLAP 

BARBER. WAOE SR. 

DEMOCRATIC LEADER HADE BARBER DIES 

BARBER. WALTER 

EPA LETTER TQ CONFIRM I 1/2 YEARS' JOB SECURITY 
E^A AIR iUALITY CHIEF IN DURHAM RESIGNS 
WALTER BARBER TO LEAVE EPA 

'ARBOUR. GEORGE W. (GRAHAMI 
OBITUARY 

"ARBOUR. JOE (BURLINGTONI 

BARBOUR URGES BURLINGTON TO GET ITS OWN DEVELOPER 

•^ARBOUR. JOSEPHINE 

FOUR FILE FOR RACES IN ORSNGE 

2 FILE [N ORANGE FLECTIONS 

LLOYD WINS NOMINATION 

CONSERVATIVES LEAD IN RACE FQJ ORANGE COMMISSIONERS 

ORANGF HOPEFULS DISCUSS ISSUES 

5 CANDIDATES SEEK 3 SEATS ON ORANGE COUNTY BOARD 

DEMOCRATS WIN IN ORANGE 

ORANGE INCUMBENTS WIN 

BARBOUR. LUTHER H. 

LUTHER BARSnuR DIES AT AGE ?0 

BARBOUR SERVICES MONDAY 

OBITUARY 

LUTHER "ARBOUR'S LIFEPRINT 

BARCLAY. SALLIE IRVIN 

QFI TUARY 

BARCO, SUE 

...OTHERS DELAY MOTHERHOOD 

BARE. RAUL WILSON (L»UREL SPRINGSI 
MINE SESRCHEO FOR bODY 
SEARCH OF MINE HALTED 

P"LICE HOPING MINE SEARCH CAN CONTINUE 
SUSPECT REPORTED "USHEO INTO MIME 

VOLUNTEER OFFERS TO SEARCH ABANDONED MINE FOR BODY 
VOLUNTEER CHOSEN TO SEARCH MINE 
TWO ynoIEs FOUND IN ABANDONED MINE 
ABANDONED MINE SHAFT Mjy CONCEAL 20 VICTIMS 
WOMAN TO 9c JUESTIONEO ABOUT <IONAPi'ING. SLAYINGS 
BOND DENIED IN SLAYING CASE 
MAN INDICTED IN ASHE MINE SLAYING CASE 
TRIAL SChEDHLFD to OPEN TODAY IN m[K|e CASE 
TRIAL OPENS IN MIME SLAYING 

INFORMANT SaYS HE WAS FnRCED TJ PUSH INTO MINE 
INFORMER SAYS BIKE GANG PUT PRICE GN HIS HEAD 
MAN SAID ALIVE WHEN PUSHED 
BOMB THREATS DELAY TRIAL 
COURT SECURITY IN ASHE TIGHTEMEO AFTER THREAT 







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PAGE 19 
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WITNESS PAHTI4LLY REFUTES TESTIMONY IS MURDER CASE 

JURY CELISERATtUG IN MUBOER T^ UL 

JURY CINQS 54RE GUILTY 3F -tURC ER 

3ARS CONVICTED 2f KUSCER !N ASHE COUNYY MINE DEATH 

THIRD SUSPECT IN "INE DEATH SJSRENOERS TO Fei IN TENN. 

DRUGSt KIDNAPPING. ;;EiTH BROUGHT DUT IN ASHE CASE 

SENTENCE HEARING BEGINS 

3ARE IS SENTENCED TD LIFE IN '>RE <NOB MINE "UROER 

2 INDICTED FGR -URDES 

9AREF00T. LEONARD (LEE CD. I 

LEE COUNTY HIRES »LANNe= 

'ARFIELD. J. FRANKLIN "FRANK" 

A DURHA« LEGEND: FRANK = AR FI EL D-AUCTIONEER WITH 'HEART OF GCLD. 

GARFIELD. VELMA "ARGIE 

MURDER CONVICTIDN REVIEW SOUGHT 

MRS. ?AOFtELD GRANTED A STAY DF EXECUTION 

VEL"A 3ASFISL0'S CONVICTION UPHELD 

WOMAN COULD 36 Executed in jamuary 

BARFIELD'S EXECUTION 2 LEGAL STEPS A, AY 

"ARGER. JACK KENNETH 
OBITUARY 

9ARHAH, ALMA A. 

HOSPITAL NAMES PATIENT CAMPSITE 
UMSTEAO DEDICATES PATIENTS' CAMPSITE 

'ARK6R. =ENNIE D. 

UNC DENTAL SCHOOL DEAN ELECTED TO INSTITUTE OF MgnjcINE 

»APKER. HUGH ISTATESVILLEl 

THINKING OF ADOPTING? THEN TALK TO HUGH BARKER 

<^ARKER. TOLA HALL 
OBITUARY 
0?ITuARy 

'AOKER. MITCHELL WAYNE 

THRCj ARRESTED IN 3REAK-IN 

3 DURHAM TEENS Charged in break-in 

»APKER. RO=BIE MORTON 
OPITUARY 

»A»LDw. DWEN JUNIOR 
a3ITUARY 

"ARNARD, DDROTHY (NAPLES. '=LA.] 

PRE'3YTFSIAN LEADER TO SPEAK IN DURHAM 
PRESBYTERIANS TO TALK PRIVATELY APOUT REUNION 
PRESBYTERIAN LEADERS CALL FOR REUNION 
FEARS EASED IN REUNION ISSUE 

BARNARD, ROBERT 

RANGE OF FEELING IN PAINTER SHOWS 

^ARNES. ANNE 

SHIRLEY MARSHALL IS NEW ORANGE COMMISSIONER 

JRA>'&E COUNTY GETS SENIOR CITIZEN GRANT 

FOLKS AROUND HgSE: WITH THE .CRLD OF LAW 

ANNE =AflNE5 = I LE S ; OTHERS PONDER RACES 

BARNES TO F'^C'JS ON NEEDS OF SPECIAL POPULATION 

NE-COMEP MEETS OLD HAND 

RCP. ANNE 5ARNES APPOINTED TO NURSING STUDY PANEL 

UNCONTESTED RACES IN ORANGE 

■"APNES. ANTOINE 

MAN ARRESTED AT AGENCY 

'ARNES. =>ILL w. 

-HERE DOES 'iECKY HERON STAND ON ISSUES? 

BAONES. 'LDSSIE GOOLEY 
OBITUARY 

=ARNFS. CAROL 

RESCUE RENEWS Faith 

=aRnES. Chante MAURICE (RALEIGHl 

4 DIE IV RALEIGH 3LA2E 

pr-UO ocnpLE KILLED IN RALEIGH APARTMENT FIRE 
=IRE PROBE CENTERS ON HEATER 

■•ABNES. CLARENCE IChAPSL HILL) 

3ACKH0E dASHES ?RIDG£ BRACE 

=>ABNE3. CLIVE 

BROADWAY AT PEAK SAYS CRIYIC 5ARNES 

BARNES. ESTHER MAC KELLY 
OBITUARY 

"ARNFS. HENSON (SENATORl 

",-YEAR TERMS TO sE DEBATED 

OURHA- CITIZENS HEAR DEBATE CPl 2-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TER"S 

FOUR-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TER"S DEBATED 

LONGER LEGISLATIVE TERMS DEBATED 

'ARNFS. LETTIE 

VOLUNTEERS: -EXAMPLES OF WHAT ALL CAN BE' 
TWO VOLUNTEERS SAY THEY'RE NOT SPECIAL 

"ARNES. MAavIN L. IM. M. FOWLER] 

BARNES. ANGLIN TO HEAD -ERCHAvTS ASSOCIATION 
3ARNES HEADS MERCHANTS 

BARNES. MARY (RALEIGHI 

RAl«=IGh woman joins fast to SJPPORT ERA 

TAKINr. A SEVENTH— DAY ST'ETCH 

TAR hEEL VJWS to CONTINUE FAST =DR ERA 

5 E»A SUPPORTERS END THEIR 37-OAY HUNGER STRIKE 
ERA PASTE" BACK HOME 

»AON=S. MITCHELL 

FORMER ru'HAM CITY WORKER. '■9. DIES 

MITCHELL »ARN=S. FORMER SUPSRI NTENOFnT =QR CITY 

Barnes, neal archie ihillsboroughi 

2 suspects held after 3ANK ROBBERY 
BONDS REDUCED FOR MEN CHARGED IN BANK ROBBERY 
BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT SURRENDERS WITH SI. 200 
MAN SURRENDERS IN ROBBERY 

'ARNES. PRESTON 



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1/01/32 - 12/31/82 



DURHAM BOYS SOUGHT AFTER SAIN 
3 30YS FOUND SAFE NEAR ENO 

"ARNES. RAYMOND LEWIS 

THREE PERSONS CHARGED WITH unUOR VIOLATIONS 
THREE CHARGEO WITH VIOLATING LIQUOR LAWS 

BARNES. ROBERT INGRAM JR. I PITT CO. I 

PITT COUNTY HOSPITAL OFFICIAL INDICTED BY GRAND JURY 

OAONESf SAM 

33ITUSRY 

"ARNES. SHSILD4 LOUISE 

THREE PERSONS CMASGcO WITH L 12 UGR VIOLATIONS 
THREE CHARGED WITH VIOLATING L lOUOR LAWS 

■fARNET, RICHARD 

MILITARY POLICY AND THE ARMS 'ACE 
ARMS RACE 'HOPELESS. • SAYS SARNET 

PARNETT, CHARLES <. "CHUCK" 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN SROUGHT 

"ARNETT, MARK L. 

RTI FIRP NAMES NEW PRESIDENT 

■HARNETT, RICHARD 
CORRECTION 

BARNETTE. HENRY V. JR. (JUDGEI 

TWO RUNOFFS POSSIBLE FOR COURT OF APPEALS 

BARNHILL. HENRY JR. 
OBITUARY 

"ARNHILL. JAMES TURNER SR. 
OBITUARY 

BARON, GAYLE ( W INSTON-S AL EM 1 

WOMAN STARTS DATING SERVICE FOR BIG PEOPLE 
DATING SERVICE IF FOR 'CHUSS' 

BARRETT, ELIZABETH 

NOW wF KNOW WHO TO BLAME FOR ILL THIS WEATHER 

BARRETY, GRAINGER 

CONDOMINIUM ORDINANCES DRAWN JP FOR CHAPEL HILL 

BARRETT, JOHN H. (GREENSBOROI 

TEXTILE WORKER KILLED IN ACCIDENT AT PLANT 



BARRETT, 0. P. 

IN SPRING. ANGLERS FANCY RETLRN TO FISHING HOLES 

BARRINGER, DAVIO M. 

DURHAM «AN NAMED CO-OP HEAD 

BARRINGER, JEFF 

WEST Shines in 3a-io romp ove' east stars 

BAORINGEB, STEPHEN 

COURTS BEST ROUTE TO WOMEN'S EQUALITY 

PARRON. ROBERT (NEW YORK, AUTHOR) 

BUSINESS 171 AUTHOR VISITS TRIANGLE AREA 

BARROW, BILL 

FOLKS ABOUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

PARRY, bPUCE 

FAULTY OEASONING ON CREDITS 

POLITICAL ADVERTISING HITS NAUSEATING LOW 

BARRY, GREGORY CHASE 

CHAPEL MILL ■IAN DIES FIGHTING PLO 
BARRY KILLED DURING FIGHTING 
OBITUARY 

BARRY, PAUL 

THREE DUKE DIVERS SUFFER mild TREMORS 

DIVFRS AT DUKE BEGIN 'DESCENT' 

DUK= DIVERS SEALED OFF FROM LANDLUBBERS wORLD 

DIVERS FMFRGE AFTER 3'5 DAYS 

DUKE DIVERS WOULDN'T OEPEAT EXPERIMENT 

TWO DIVERS HOLD RECORDS 

"aPTholomEw, jean ". 

YFiR-ooUNO HELP NEEDED 

BARTLETT, KATE 

NUCLEAR ARMS RACE ALREADY DAMAGING 

COUNCIL DESERVES THANKS 

WRONG GROUP IDENTIFIED 

THREE RESIGN LEGAL AID BOARD 

THREE LEGAL AID BOARD MEMBERS OUI T 

SGT. 

BARTON, STEPHEN (BARTONSVILLE) 

UNION SOLDIERS DESTROYED TOWN 

BARTOW, GENE 

BARTOW BACK IN SPOTLIGHT 

BASEFSKY. STUART 

FOLOABLE CARDBOARD CASKET AMONG INVENTIONS LISTED 

BASHFORD, PETE (CARYI 

MAN HURT IN APEX PLANE CRASH 

BASKERVILLE, RICHARD (GREEN VILLAGE! 

MAN DIES, <. HURT IN FIERY ACCIDENT 

»ASON, GEORGE (JUDGE) 

E-'OTIONALLr DISTURBED CHILDREN: SERVICES ARE 'WOEFULLY INADEQUATE' 
MENTAL LAWS NEED CHANGE 

BASS. A. L. "TOMXIF" ILEESBURG, ALA . I 

WONDERFUL PEOPLE AT THE ENO FESTIVAL 
A WONDERFUL TIME 

BASS. BISCO STATON (JACKSONVILLE, = LA . ] 
OBITUARY 

BASS. JAMES WELDON JUNIOR 



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N 
N 




H 2 


1/20/B2 


3 


1 





U 




H 2 


11/14/32 


C 


5 


p 


N 




H 2 


3/21/32 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


7/01/82 


A 


6 




N 




H 2 


11/05/92 


A 


12 









H 2 


3/08/82 


3 


7 









H 2 
H 2 


10/17/82 
12/15/82 


A 
3 


7 
4 


p 


N 

F 




H 2 


1/25/82 


3 


1 




U S36 




H 2 


1/23/32 


A 


5 




N W36 




H 1 


7/23/32 


a 


1 




N 




H 2 


4/25/82 


3 


g 


p 


N W60 




H 2 


8/29/82 





10 




N 




H 2 


7/30/82 


c 


1 




N 591 




H 2 


6/13/32 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


3/29/82 





9 




N 




H 2 


9/14/92 


B 


1 


n 


U 




H 2 
H 2 


5/21/82 
10/29/82 


A 
A 


5 
5 




L 
L 




H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


6/16/82 
6/16/82 
6/19/82 


c 

3 
C 


5 

1 

ID 





N 





H 2 
S 2 
H Z 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


10/02/82 
9/27/32 
9/28/92 
11/05/92 
11/06/92 
ll/0"'/82 


3 

A 
A 
3 
A 
A 


1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
7 


P 
p 
P 
P 


N 330 
N M23 
N B3D 
N X46 
F '•23 
N 




H 2 


12/16/92 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 
H ' 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


5/01/92 

6/16/B2 

6/21/82 

12/14/92 

12/16/82 


A 
A 
A 
A 
A 


4 
4 
4 
1 
15 




L 
L 

N BSl 
N 




H 2 


5/10/82 


E 


ID 


p 







S 2 


7/08/R2 


A 


12 




F J50 




S 2 


3/18/82 


3 


1 




F F25 




H 2 


7/31/92 


A 


II 




F 




H 2 


12/27/82 


A 


1 


- 


N 




H 2 


10/17/82 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 

S 2 


5/11/92 
11/13/92 


3 
A 


1 

4 




N 

E 




H 2 
H 2 


7/23/92 
11/07/82 


A 
D 


4 
4 




L 
L 




H 2 


4/12/32 


3 


9 










MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX Br NAMES OAGE, 20 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 1/17/83 



P$0 SHOOTS OUT TIRE; GIVES CHasE 

9A5St JOHN auRNEY 

MAN REPORTS KIDNAPPING 

BASS. JUNE (PAHAHAI 

IS THCRF A 3EAST ABOUT IN BAHAMA? 

=ASS. n. B. 

WING OEDICATION 

'ASS. OPHELIA 

CAR HITS DURHAM hOMAN 

'ASS. '09E5T H. JR. 

AM «L''eONAriVE IN NHVEMPER 

DRAFT STANCE "WON'T WASH' 

NANCE. YRS. HERON LEAD IN SPENDING 

MONEY ISSUES CO'ICERNING HOUSE CANDIDATES 

CAMPAIGN OUESTIONS: N.C. HOUS; 

INCUMBENTS SEATED AGAIN 

SPAULDING: SALARIES TO BE TOP PRIORITY WHEN NEW GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONVENE 

TALLY NOT SURPRISING 

NANCE OUTSPENT BY MRS. HERON 

BASS. THOMAS DR. 

GRADUATES CARRY ON LEGACY OF ^ILLSIOE HIGH 

»ASS. WILEY ?. JR. 

a:iiTu«RY 

"ASTIAN. ROYAL R. JR. (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

"ATCHELOR. FANNIE 

HIS EYES. S^ILE 'BRIGHTENED OJ R CORNER' 

9ATCHEL0R. STEVEN EUGENE (APEXI 
MAN ARRESTE1 IN STABBING 
APEY "AN CHARGED IN CHAPEL HILL STABBING 

»ATE''AN. DFRYL 

COUNTY RENAMING ROADS. ADDING SIGNS 

"ATEMAN. ROBERT 

BATEMAN ENTERS RACE 

BATEMAN ENTERS SCHOOL BOARD 

CENTRAL QFFICC STAFF SIZE KEY ISSUE IN RACE 

COMPTON «ON'T SEEK RUNOFF V0T5 

HAITHCOCK AND MILLER WIN SEATS ON EDUCATION BOARD 

2 REQUEST RUNOFF 

BATEMAN. KENNEDY WIN ORANGE SEATS 

SATEMJN. KENNEDY WIN SEATS 

9ATEXAN, RUSSELL COLEMAN 
OBITUARY 

"ATES. JACKIE LEE (NEW HILLI 

JURY INDICTS FORMER POSTMASTER 

BATILL. "ETTE G. (WILHINGTONI 

DHLLS ADORN WILMINGTON WORKSHOP 

"ATRONEY. JULIENNA STRAIT ( HAVELOCX 1 
POLICE SAY GIRL ASSAULTED 

9ATTEN. BILL 

THIEVES APPALL CIVITAM 

BATTEN. ERWIM S. 

SALUTE TO A RETIRED OFFICER 

BATTEN. JAMES CLINTON 

WOMAN'S ESTATE AWARDED tlCiOOO 
ESTATE GETS J1D<..0D0 

BATTEN. JAMES K. 

BATTEN GETS PROMOTION 

BATTERN. KATHY 

ORANGE HIRES FINANCE CHIEF 

BATTLE. r.QRDON IJUDGFI 

JUDGE RULES FOUNDATION MAIN BENEFICIARY OF TRUST 

BATTLE. »0?£RT LEE IROCKY mqunti 
MAN SENTENCED FOR HOAX 

BAUCOM, BILL 

nuRISM IN DURHAM AREA IS DOING BETTER THAN IN '81 

= iUEB. STEVEN •". 

LAPSE INTO SARCASM? 

BAUGESS. Tnr4YA GAYLE (WILKES CO. I 

WOMAN KILLS INTRUDER IN HER HOME 

BAUGH. PAUL MACK 

COURT REJECTS INMATE ACCESS H RECORDS 

STATE. COURTS RFACH AGREEMENT ON MEDICATION FOR INMATES 

BAUM. CLARE 

THE ACKLANO POESENTS: A RENAISSANCE LUNCH 

BAUMAN. EDWARD J. 

NE» PRESIDENT IS SELECTED FOR BLUE BELL 

BAWMAN. <=APLE (GEORGIA) 

OURHA" "AN FACES CHARGES 

BAXTER. DAIQUIRI (GREENSBOROI 

GICOPE SAID BEST FOR iOVERNO'! ' S POST 

BA2EM0RE. J. C. DR. 
YEAR'S TOP BOSS 

BAZEMORE. B. E. IMONROEI 

TESTIMONY IN BIAS SUIT HAS TAKEN OVER MONTH 
BAZEMORE SURPRISED BY RULING 

BAZZARE. TERRY D= . (GREENSBOROI 

RESHAPE YOURSELF FOR THE NEW YEAR 

BEfiCHAM, NEIL EDGAP (ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND! 
WANTED "AN CAUGHT IN CHASE 

BEADOLES. ROBERT JAMES "DINK" (EFUNOI 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


5 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 


H 2 


6/10/82 


A 


I 1 


N 




H 2 


1/17/92 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/09/92 


A 


1 


N 


454 


S 2 


6/11/92 


C 


3 P 


P 


C56 


H 2 


10/13/92 


3 


5 


N 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

5 2 
S 2 

H 2 


6/27/92 
7/06/82 
10/29/92 
10/30/32 
10/31/92 
U/03/92 
11/03/92 
11/04/92 
11/13/82 



A 
3 
A 

B 
A 

c 
c 


6 

4 

1 

3 

I P 
I 
6 

1 
1 


L 
L 
N 
N 
c 
N 
N 
N 
N 


S83 

X45 
991 


S 2 


6/04/82 


c 


1 o 


N 


EDS 


H 2 


2/18/82 


A 


15 







H 2 


9/25/82 


6 


6 







H 2 


1/09/92 


A 


1 


F 


B51 


H 2 
S 2 


7/16/82 
7/16/82 


A 
A 


7 
9 


N 

N 




S 2 


10/11/82 


c 


I 


N 


"2 3 


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


1/27/82 
1/29/82 
6/27/82 
ft/30/92 
6/30/82 
7/07/82 
7/28/92 
7/29/32 


c 

A 


B 
A 
3 
A 

3 


I 
ID 
4 
<; 
9 
I 
7 
1 


N 
N 
N 
N 

N 
M 

N 
N 


W36 
W36 

W36 


H 2 


10/19/82 


3 


9 







H I 


3/05/82 


3 


1 


N 




S 2 


8/12/82 


C 


16 


F 




H 2 


12/10/92 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


1/26/82 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


7/06/82 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 
S 2 


10/30/92 
10/30/82 


c 

A 


1^ 


N 
N 




S 2 


3/25/92 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


2/18/92 


a 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/11/92 


A 


1 


N 


W36 


S 2 


6/29/92 


B 


9 


N 




S 2 


4/09/82 


A 


1 


N 


sa3 


H 2 


4/24/82 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


5/2':'/82 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


3/03/82 
12/30/92 


3 
A 


5 
12 


N 
N 




S 2 


2/1D/92 


3 


1 P 


F 


«15 


H 2 


9/30/82 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


3/31/92 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


12/23/82 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


5/17/82 


A 


3 P 


p 


C56 


H 2 
S 2 


1/14/92 
3/26/92 


a 
A 


16 


N 
N 




H 2 


12/29/92 


A 


7 


F 




S 2 


7/19/«2 


S 


6 


N 





<S*0- MQNTHLr/»NNU»L INOEX BY NAMES OAGE 2 1 

1/01/82 - 12/31/B2 1/17/83 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P OATE C PG L P 9YL 

POLICE INVESTIGATING MEBANE DEATH H 2 11/29/82 3 8 N 

■iEAL. JOHN ILINCOUN CO.) 

30DV HF TEEV-iGE r,l:»L IS FOUNn IN PLASTIC BAG H 2 5/20/82 B 5 N 

MAN HELD WITHOUT BOND IN SL«ylNG OF TEEN-AGER H 2 5/21/92 A 13 N 

LINCOLNTON GIPL HAD HEAD INJU'IES H 2 5/2<./32 A 12 '1 

HEARING IS POSTPONED H 2 6/03/ = 2 A 1 '5 N 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING GIRL H 2 9/22/82 C * N 

HAN SENTENCED TO DIE FOR KILLING ''EEN-AGER H 2 9/23/82 A 5 N 

REAM. OAVI" ICHAPEL HILL) 

GUNPOINT KIDNAPPriG CHARGED H ' 5/27/82 A 1 P N .V35 

2 AMAITING ABDUCTION HEARING S 2 5/27/82 CI N 

CHAPEL HILL COUPLE OUT ON SOND H 2 5/28/82 3 1 N 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C2UNTY '^RUG ROUNDUP H 2 d/OS/IZ 3 1 4 N 

NO NEW INFOPMATION AVAILABLE ON DRUG RAIDS S 2 6/05/82 A 2 N 

»EAM, F. L. (CLEVELAND CO.l 

REST HO»E IS =EING INVESTIGATED H 2 4/03/82 C 13 N 

REST HO"E OPERATOR CHARGED WITH ASSAULT H 2 5/19/92 A 12 N 

2 «EN RELEASED AFTER BONO POSTED H I 5/20/92 B I N 

SOME RESIDENTS LEAVE REST HOMF H I 5/21/82 A 10 N 

LINCOLN ELECTION JUOGE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT H 2 5/23/82 A 21 N 

REST HOVE OWNER RESIGNS COUNTY POST H 2 6/16/82 A 9 N 

REST MOHE APPEALS FOR LICENSE H 2 7/09/82 A B N 

LAWNDALE REST HOME OWNER "AY HAVE LOST CHANCE TO SELL H 2 7/11/92 A 4 N 

8EAR0. GLENOA 

DURHAM HAS LESS JUVENILE CRIME IN 'Bl S 2 1/30/82 A 1 ' N U57 

HOME FOR BOYS NEEDED S 2 2/02/32 A 4 [; "" 

9EAR0, JUANITA 

J^'TUARY H 2 12/17/R2 C 12 

BEASLEY, GENIA 

SHATTERED DREAMS: GENIA BEASLEY FINOS DI SAPPO INTMENT. .. AFTER STARDOM H 2 7/11/82 B 2 " F M7 1 

1EASLEY, ONEIDA COLE 

OBITUARY H 2 7/13/82 A 9 

BEATRIX, iUEFN 

DUTCH-AMERICAN TIES H 2 4/19/82 A 4 E 

BEATTIE. GRACE ICHAPEL HILL) 

THIEVES GET JEWELRY. COAT S j 1/30/82 A 13 N 

9EATY. MARK (CHAPEL HILL) 

UNC POOTESTORS ARRESTED H 2 3/28/82 A 6 N 

THREE PROTESTORS FOUND GUILTY OF IMPEDING TRAFFIC H 2 5/26/82 A 7 N 

POOTESTERS SENTENCED H I 6/09/82 B 6 N 

"EAUCHAMP. OAN E. 

HIGHER ALCOHOL TAXES URGED H 2 9/16/92 B 6 N 

RACISM TAINTS NORTH CAROLINA'S POLITICS H 2 10/08/82 A 5 L 

BEAVER. ARLIN AND KIM 

FAMILY OF 2-YEAR-OLO SIAMESE TwINS CELEBRATES A MIRACLE H 2 2/15/82 o I F 

BEAVER. FONDA MICHELLE (RUTHERFORD CO.l 

FAMILY OF 2-YEAR-OLD SIAMESE TWINS CELEBRATES A MIRACLE H 2 2/15/82 9 1 F 

BEAVER. SHANNON ELAINE (RUTHERFORD CO.l 

FAMILY OF 2-YEAR-OLO SIAMESE TWINS CELEBRATES A MIRACLE H 2 2/15/82 1 F 

BEAVERS. "BEVO" 

CHARACTERS: DOWNTOWN HAS HAD ITS SHARE H 2 10/03/92 C 1 P U L57 

BECK. BOBoY G. (9URLINGT0NI 

HOW UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE W0.= KS H 2 U/06/82 A 4 L 

BECK. CHFATUM DUNCAN 

O'ilTUARY H 2 1/03/82 C 4 
BECK. EVELYN GRACE HAMM 

OfnUiHy H 2 1/05/82 9 7 
BECK, JAMES (FIRE CAPT.I 

BOOKING AREA noCR UNLOCKED H 2 2/03/92 B 5 N A54 

FIREPLACES, HEATERS SHOULD BE CHECKED S 2 10/02/92 A3 N F30 

BECK. JOSEPH THOMAS 

OBITUARY H 2 1/11/82 3 7 
B£CK, JUDY (DURHAM ACADEMY) 

BECK SELECTED FOR INSTITUTE S 2 4/23/92 A 10 N 
9ECKFR, OAN 

FIRBCRACKER SYSTEM CONVENIENT FOR JURORS S 2 10/09/92 A 1 N F30 



11 
10 



BECKWITH. CHARLES 

6FCKWITH JAYS MISSION ARTICLE WAS DISTORTED H 2 7/09/»2 

BECKWITH SAYS PILOTS NEEDED GAINING BUT COPTER FAILURES DOOMED MISSION H i 7/13/92 

BECKWITH. LOPENA CARPENTER 

^'"I^U""' H 2 9/27/92 a 7 

BECKWITH, WILLIAM (RALEIGHl 

i-rill'.hnWl Hg|fJEii;'I's??[[ 1^}]^°" ™"° '^°°' " CENTRAL... H 2 3/24/8| A I P N 

THE HOSTAGES. THE PRISONERS " I i V/pl/RP A T N 

POISON STANDOFF CONTINUES: NEGOTIATIONS FALL THROUGH H ? 3/^5/92 A 1 » N 

"SJI'S^S: BRIEF PROFILES OF MEN HELD BY 3 INMATES H 2 3/2V»2 D 5 P N 

HOSTAGE DESCRIBES HOW ORDEAL STARTED H 2 3/26/92 C 5 N 

HOSTAGES 0ESCPI3E ROOM THAT BECAME THEIR PRISON S 2 3/26/»2 C ! ' ^^ 

9ECT"N. CHARLES L. 

DAN EDWARDS. RON STEPHENS FILE IN DURHAM DISTRICT ATTORNEY RACE H 2 1/05/82 3 ION 

OURHAM JUDGES SUPPORT KAREN GALLOWAY H | 2/l3/°2 B 1 N 951 

BECTON. J. WILLIAM "JOE" 

HUMAN RELATIONS PROGRESSING S ' 2/15/97 r \ o ; Kon 

FSIP HOUSING PEPOOT SPLITS COJNCIL PANEL H 2 12/09/92 3 1 N S51 

FAIR-HOUSING LAW CONCERNS CITY OFFICIALS, COUNCILMEN S 2 12/15/82 A 1 N Ssi 

DEL CASTILHO REPORT DRAWS FIRE H 2 12/18/82 6 9 P N 

BEECHER, LYMAN 

DUKE PROFESSOR'S OPERA PREMIERES IN CHAOEL NOV. 7 H 2 10/30/82 A 7 P N 

BEESON, JAMES "YANK" (LEE CO.) 

CHIEF JAILER BESIGNS IN LEE H 1 2/03/92 3 1 N 

BEGIN. MENACHE" 

BEGIN 'LOOKING OVFR JORDAN' (CARTOON) H 7 2/10/B7 a 4 T T 9s;a 

BEGIN GOVERNMENT FALLING APART (CARTOON) H 2 3/26/82 A 4 T T R56 

BEGIN WRITES A CHECK (CARTOON) „ 2 4/16/92 A 4 T T R56 

BEGINDMICS (CARTOON) '^ i 9/09/82 A ^ T T 511 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL IH06X 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 



ISRAEL FAILED DUTY IN BEIRUT "ASSACRE 

SEGIN'S "PROSE • WON'T DO 

3EGIN i'<OT TO °LAHE l=OR ATTACKS IN E'JROPE 

BEGLEYi »ICH»£L (CHARLOTTE BI SHOP I 

BISHOP: N.C. CATHOLICS PACE C^ALLENGE 

=EHAN. JIM FITHE" 

DURHAM PASTOR GETS HEPATITIS 

rlCLY INFAMT CHURCH PASTOR CONTRACTS HEPATITIS 

SHOTS ilV^^^J IN OURhAM mount n 300 

NO -lEs' MEPJTITI5 CASES 'EPQRTFD IN DURHAM 

PRIEST RELEASED F00'< hqpsITAL 

MOST '.BUftCH MEMBERS HAVE shots =0= HEPATITIS 

BEHAR. LENORF ^r. 

GROUP HOMES OPEN 1ESPITE OPPOSITION 

"EHN. ROSERT D. DR. 

a^HN TO HEAD OUKE'S POLICY SCIENCE UNIT 
RESEARCHERS: »ETTER DECISION "jkING POSSIBLE 

"EILLEN. DAVID SCOTT 1 SHER"AN OAKS. CALIF.) 
2 MORE FACE DRUG CHARGES 

"EILMAN, DONALD S. IWAKE CO. I 

MICROFLECTRQNICS CENTER HEAD NAMED 

STATE MICROFLECTRCNICS CHIEF NAMED 

TECHNOLOGY IN THE PARK: MAN IN CHARGE SEES NE« FIRM'S PROMISE 

LOGICAL THINKING IS EDUCATIONAL GOAL 

BEISChER. GEORGE 

CROASOAILE CLUB GOING UP FOR SALE 
NCCU FOUNDATION HEAD RE-ELECTED 
CROASOAILE PURCHASE TO 3E TOPIC 

"ELANS. LINDA C. 

PAPER INSENSITIVE TO FEMALE PROBLEMS 

BELK, WILLIAM (FTRMER HQSTAGEI 

FORMER HOSTAGE LI«ES OPEN SPACE 

1ELK. WILLIAM HENRY JR. IC"AOL0TTEI 
SELK HEIR FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

BELL. BETTY 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
BETTY BELL PAINTINGS 'EMPHATIC' 



"ELL. C. R. 

PLANT CLONING FUTURE BRIGHT. 



SAYS BOTANIST 



"ELL. CHARLES 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN ShOOTING 

MAN IN JAIL FOR MURDER 

QPITUARY 

MAN INDICTED IN GUN DEATH 

RPOGEMONT MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTINGS 

^ELL. DEWEY 

OBITUARY 

BELL. OwIGHT 

2 ARE CHARGED IN SEXUAL ASSAULT 

BOND REDUCED FOR OwIGHT BELL 

JUDGE REDUCES BELL'S BOND 

OUT ON eONO: PRELUDE TQ MORE CRIME? 

MAN CHARGED IN KILLING WANTS WITNESS BARRED 

MURDER CHARGES DISMISSED EECAJSE OF ABSENT WITNESS 

BELL. HAPRY F. JR. 

EX-MICA EMPLOYEE FILES SUIT OVER LOAN 
EX-MICA EMPLOYEE SUES FIRM FO' LOAN 

BELL. JOHN LOGAN I M I LLSBOROUGH I 
OPITUARY 

= ELL. JOHN M. MRS. I'WARRENTONl 
WOMAN DIES IN HOUSE FIRE 

BELL. KATIE LOUISE 

WOMAN CHARGED IN STABBING 

«OMAN STABBED ON PORCH 

WOMAN KNIFED; TWO STUDENTS AR= ROBBEO 

"ELL. M40VIN 

OUKE SLATES CONFERENCE ON WRITING 
FIRST READER 

"ELL. RICHARD IDUKE ASS'T FOOTBALL COACHI 

SOUTH CAROLINA CHOOSES BELL AS HEAD COACH 
BLUE DEVIL TIDBITS IMPRESS SC S BELL 

"ELL. POBBY IRALEIGhI 

MAN GIVEN HEROISM AWARD 

"ELL. SION A. (VANCE CO. I 

VANCE CHAMBER ELECTS BELL 

BELL. SONYA 

BELL TO REPRESENT DURHAM IN PAGEANT 

"ELL. TERREL H. ISECT'Y. OF EDUCATION) 
BELL WILL SPEAK AT RALEIGH ••Eil 
SECRETARY DF EDUCATION TQ ATT1N0 EVENT IN RALEIGH 

B^LL: uNC s'=ttl;ment "eing used as model 

BELL "RAISES UNC AGREEMENT; SEES mqre CUTS 
CSUSBY ANTICIPATES SHIFT TQ lCCAL SCHOOL BOARDS 
'MASTER TEACHER" STATUS A POWERFUL INCENTIVE 

"ELL. THERON J. 

BELL IS GUEST SPEAK'R FOR CHAIN 

T. J. BELL TO SPEAK AT CHAIN "ANQUET 

CHAIN TO HEAR U.S. OFFICIAL 

U.S. WILL HELP -I'lORITY BUSINrSSES. CHAIN TOLD 

MINORITY BUSINESSES NEED SUPPORT 

CENTER MAY AID MINORITY BUSINESS 

BELL. TQM 

FAMOUS IMPQSTER BILKED TAR HEEL 



BELL. W. J. REV. 

CITY ORDINANCE ON POOL HALLS TOO COMPLICATED. 



JUDGE SAYS 



"ELL. WILLIAM FRKEST 

VOLUNTEERS: 'EXAMPLES OF 



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H 2 9/09/92 a 1 N 351 
H 2 4/21/92 a 1 " N H45 



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1/01/82 



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12/31/32 



PAGE 23 
1/17/83 



THE5e KEY VOLUNTEER? 'SHARE 4 CO'IWITMENT' 
CANDIDATES DIFFERING ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 



"ELL. WILLIAM V. "BILL" 
MIXON RUNNING AOAIN 
SELL FILES ^OR RE-ELECTION AS 
SELL FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: DURHAM CO. 
BOARD REMAINS UNDECIDED ON DRA 
SENIOR CITIZENS aACK MJCHAUX 
RECCN^IDER ROSITIDN ON VOTING 
MOST ^OARO HOPEFULS FAVOR NIGH 
30AR0 CANDIDATES: FAIR HIRING 
CANDiriATES: CfUNTY CAN'T MAKE 
CANDIDATES DIFFER ON SEPTIC F» 
HOPEFULS: CUT SERVICES 9EF0RE 
FDR 10 YEARS. BILL SELL HAS «0 
DA CANDIDATES LEAD IN SPENDING 
VOTERS' ALLIANCE: "CHOICE YOUR 
aiLL SELL IS COMMITTED TO DURH 
HIGHT REPORTS SPENDING MORE TH 
CITIZENS PACK VOTERS' FORUM 
BILL EELL BELIEVES IN DURHAM . 
NINE CANDIDATES IN QUIET FRAY 
BILL SELL HAS FAITH IN DURHAM. 
BLACK GROUP ENDORSES CIVIC CEN 
MRS. HERON, INCUHPENTS GET COJ 
HERON. <• INCUMBENTS WIN COUNTY 
MRS. HERON COULD ALTER EOARO'S 
MOST MONEY SPENT IN RACE FOR T 
DA'S RACE MOST EXPENSIVE IN DJ 
CANDIDATES REJECT TAX HIKE 
NANCE. MRS. HERON LEAD IN SPEN 
RE-ELECT WILLIAM V. BELL DURHA 
CANDIDATES ANALYZE SUPPORT 
MRS. HERON-NANCE BATTLE HAS DO 
PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE ENDORSES TH) 
CAMPAIGN QUESTIONS: DURHAM COJ 
VALENTINE GETS OVA'S SACKING 
COMMISSIONERS RACE INCLUDES S3 
COMMITTEE SUPPORTS 3 
MRS. HERON PART OF 'NEW FACE' 
DURHAM CO'"MISSIONER VOTE 
HERON'S ELECTION EXPECTED TO A 
NANCE OUTSP^NT 3Y MRS. HERON 
HERON OUTSPENDS OPPONENTS 
3 COMMISSIONERS WANT POSITION 
3PLL SHOULD HEAD BOARD 
3FLL 1ST BLACK TO HEAD C0MHIS5 
COMMISSIONERS SELECT BILL BELL 
BELL EQUAL TO TASK 
A NEW CHAIRMAN FOR THE COUNTY 



COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

LACKS PLAN. . . 
FTING OF HIRING POLICY 

RIGHTS ACT 

T MEETINGS 

POLICY IS NEEDED 

UP LOST FUNDING 

ILURE SOLUTION 

RAISING TAXES 

RKEO FOR DURHAM COUNTY 

FOR COUNTY RACES 
S' IN DA RACE 
AM. , .IN MANY WAYS 
AN INCUMBENTS 

..AND ITS PEOPLE 

. . AND ITS FUTURE 
TER 
NTY BOARD NODS 

PRIMARY 

DIRECTION 
ISTRICT ATTORNEY'S SEAT 
RHAM COUNTY PRIMARY 

DING 

M COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

HINATED CONTEST 
EE IN DURHAM RACE 
NTY COMMISSIONERS 



LTER COUNTY BOARD FOCUS 



lONERS 
AS CHAIRMAN 



SELL. WILLIS 
WE HAVE 



. II 

WINNER: 



BUT THE COU-tCIL SANG THE SLUES 



'BELLAMY, OARPELYN 

MAN CHARGED IN 2 ASSAULTS 

MAN AWAITS HEARING ON ASSAULTS 

SELLECOURT. VERNON 

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

■"ELLFME, JOHN AND JAN (GREEN HILLl 

SOYSEANS. FERMENTED RICE COMBINED TO MAKE HISO 

SELOW, MAX 

■PERFORMANCE ART' 



SHOW WORKS— AT LEAST ONCE 



'ELSFR, "EXIF 

FIREBOME TOSSED INTO HOME 
BOMB THROWN INTO SEORCOM 




ETTER 



"ELUSHI, JOHN 

A WARNING ON DRUGS 

ALCOHOL, DRUGS A DANGEROUS MIXTURE 

BITTERNESS IS MISDIRECTED 

SELVIN, ROSA LYON 

ROSA SELVIN DIES 
MRS. ROSA BELVIN, 



WIDOW OF SHERIFF 



"EMICK, JOHN (SWAN QUARTERI 

FISHERMAN LOST IN PAMLICO SOUND 

SENBOw, RICHARD (WILMINGTONI 

FOUR Charged WITH MURDERING CONSUL 
FOUR CHARGED WITH MURDER IN WILMINGTON 

SENDER, DE'ORAH 

OPEN HOUSE DISAPPOINTING 

'ENEROSKI, ROBERT (FORT SRAGGl 

DOCTORS REATTACH mini; HAND 

SENEVISTI, MERON OR. 

FORMER JERUSALEM OFFICIAL TO 5 PEAK 
EX-JERUSALEM OFFICIAL SPEAKS AT UNC TONIGHT 

"ENIGNUS. LAURA 

COUPLE FINDS COMMANDOS IN WOODS 

SENNETT, 3EN 

A NOSE FOR THE "ALL 

SAY IT AIN'T SO, SEN 

OUKE APPROACHES NEXT STEP UP 

SALLY, DEVILS ANTICIPATING 03 ANSWER 

3B DECISION MHRF DIFFICULT FOR SPURRIER 

CREDIT SENNETT FOR 3-0 START 

3ENNETT. MCGREH GET ACC HONORS 

BENNETT'S AERIAL ASSAULT LANDS IN NCAA RECORD BOOK 

CRIPPLED TIGERS EYE BENNETT 

BEN BENNETT: 'NO LUCK LATELY' 

BENNETT NEARS ACC MARKS 

BENNETT BIG BOOSTER OF TEAMMATE CASTOR IN POSTSEASON VOTING 

SENNETT: 'SAME PLAYS WITH MORE GUTS' 

DUKE'S HOPE FOR BOWL SID FLIES AWAY 









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6/23/R2 


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6/24/32 


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6/27/82 







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10 


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A 




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a 






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H 2 U/07/92 C 1 
S 2 11/08/82 A 3 



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9/24/S2 



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H 2 7/09/92 8 



S 2 

H 2 



9/11/82 A 
9/12/82 C 



1/01/32 
1/02/82 
1/04/82 
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2/03/92 
2/09/32 



10 

3 

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H 2 3/12/92 
S 2 3/31/32 
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S 2 5/06/32 C 11 P 
H 2 5/07/82 C 14 P 



H 2 7/29/92 A 16 



5 2 
H 2 



1/27/82 
1/23/92 



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S 2 10/13/B2 A 3 



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MONTHLY/* 



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1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PAGE 2* 
l/lT/83 



BEN aENNETT. !<,, SETS.. .THROMS ...AND HITS C4RL FRANKS. RIGHT 

BLUE nEVILS BOkL OVER TAR HEELS 

BENNETT HINS HQNOP 

OUKE'S PENNETT WINS AP HONOR 

REACTIONS OF PLAYERS, FANS TO SLOAN HIRING 'UN GAMUT 

AT OANDCM 

BENNETT, oERT 

I0a<> CAMPAIGN POT FULL OF NAMES 

"ENNETT, BLANCHE 

CARING; SHE'LL "ISS THE CHILO^EN 

"ENNETT, BOgPY 

OPOPOUT MEETING HEARS CITY SC^aOLS" PROGRAM 

BENNETT, FOED 

NORFOLK ST. SIGNS BENNETT 

"ENNETT, HAHHONO OR. IGREENSBORQI 
OENT TO OPEN THEATER 

"6NNETT, HELEN I W INSTON-S AL EH I 
•CHUTE FAILS, WOMAN HURT 

BENNETT, JANIE BARR (ROCKY MOUNT) 

ROCKY MOUNT OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE FATAL dLAZE 

»ENNETT, LUCY GOODWIN 
OBITUARY 

"ENNETT, MYRTLE C. OR. 

OR. BENNETT JOINS NCCU 



BENNETT, 
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MONOAY 

ST ABILITY TO AO 

ING FINE, SAYS ? 

TOMS LEAVE OUKE^ 

ON TESTS 

ADAPT TO BREATH 
TO TRY TO MATCH 
READY FOR ORDEAL 

BEGIN •DESCENT^ 
ALED OFF FROM LA 
GRESS 
S IN •GOOD CONDI 

ON SCHEDULE; M^ 

DEVELOP SLIGHT 
NIED GRANT FOR ! 
D EARLY TO AID 
IMPROVING 
ED FOR DIVERS 
MS CONTINUE 

PATA^ DESPITE 
CAUSING DIVERS M 
VE INTO LARGER C 
TE MOVE TO LARGE 
UP FACE' 
AFTER 39 DAYS 

MAY SHED LIGHT 
EPED AILMENT IS 

•OIVE^ IN OUKE^ 
ANS FOR GERMAN T 
KE EMERGE 
EBRATE 'rflTH SMOK 
NEFIT FROM NITRD 



APT 

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S DIVERS 

ING NITROGEN 
WORLD RECORD 



NOLUBBERS WORLO 
TION^ 



N STILL IN GOOD CONDITION 

TREMOR 

UTURE SIMULATED DIVES 

NE OUKE DIVER 



IVER'S ILLNESS 

INOR ACHES 

HAMPER 

R QUARTERS 



ON MjfgyAL ILLNESS 
IDENTIFIED 
S LABORATORY 
IVERS 



ES AFTER DIVE 
GEN SOLUTION 



SE"N=TT, RICHARD RODNEY 

COMPOSER BENNETT ALSO ENTERTAINS 

'ENNFTT, TFRPy 

WOMAN SURVIVES 3,000-FOOT PLUNGE 
IS THE THRILL WORTH THE RISK? 

= E^■NFTT, TONY (SINGERl 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK^S HIGHLIGHTS 

BENNFTT. WILLIAM J. DR. 

A PHILOSPHICAL FIGHT 

EAST, HELMS 3ACK BENNETT js ENDOWMENT CHAIRMAN 

HELMS, =AST TO BACK BENNETT'S NOMINATION 

BENNETT CONFIRMED 

•IDEA CENTERS SEEKS LEADER 

MR. BENNETT PRAISED 

SMITHSONIAN OFFICIAL TO DIRECT RTP CENTER 

BENNICK, GRADY EUGENE (CONCOROI 
2 ESCAPE FROM N.C. PRISON 
TWO ESCAPE FROM PRISON UNIT 
TWO ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

"ENSEN, IGOR 

INVENTOR HOPES TO MARKET CARGO COPTER 

='ENSON. JIM 

AUDIT PPQMPTS SBI INVESTIGATION 

PENSON, WALTER R. OR. 

TOIAL BEGINS IN 12 MILLION MALPRACTICE SUIT 
PATHOLOGISTS »EING SUED 

"ENTLEY, WILLIAM STEPHEN (LENQIRI 
5 CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING 

BENTON, BRUCE 

BRUCE bENTON SAYS. ..I SUPPORT RON STEPHENS FOR DISTPICT ATTORNEY 
NORTHGATE MERCHANTS SUPPORT CIVIC CENTER 

BENVENUTH, ARTHUR 

CREEQMOOR PLANT DEDICATED 

IVAC DEDICATES « 10 MILLION PUNT 

BERG, WENDY 

PRO-CHOICE GROUP^S POSITION DISTORTED 



BEPGFR, GAPY OR. 

DUKE DOCTOR CLAIMS BREAST CANCER DETECTION CAN CUT DEATHS BY ONE-THIRD 
FERTILITY FOCUS OF SPECIAL ROOM 

BERGLAND. JOHN OR. 



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H 2 1/03/32 C 1 P U H49 

S 2 5/19/82 8 1 N FOB 

H 2 5/23/82 ail N C52 

S 2 9/17/32 A 10 N B71 

H 2 1/31/82 A 15 N 

H 2 9/23/92 A 7 N 



H 2 2/20/I52 



H 2 6/24/82 A 2 1 



H 


2 


3/31/82 


B 1 


N 




s 


2 


4/06/82 


C 1 


N 




H 


2 


4/16/52 


B 1 


N 




S 


2 


4/n/B2 


C 1 


N 




s 


2 


4/2D/B2 


C 1 


P N 




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2 


4/21/82 


C 1 


P N 




H 


2 


4/22/92 


A 19 


N 




H 


2 


4/23/82 


3 1 


N 




H 


2 


9/19/82 


A 4 


N 




H 


2 


9/26/82 


C 5 


N 




S 


2 


9/27/82 


A 1 


o ^ 


M23 


H 


2 


9/29/n2 


A 1 


o N 


330 


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9/29/82 


A 4 


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2 


9/29/92 


3 1 


P N 




s 


2 


9/29/92 


C 1 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


9/30/82 


A 6 


N 




S 


7 


10/01/82 


C 1 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/06/82 


A 1 


N 


330 


H 


2 


10/03/P2 


A 1 


N 


330 


S 


2 


10/08/92 


C I 


N 




H 


2 


10/09/Bj 


a 1 


N 


B30 


H 


2 


10/15/82 


A 11 


N 


930 


H 


2 


10/16/82 


a 5 


P N 




H 


2 


10/20/92 


B 1 


N 


B30 


5 




10/25/92 


C 1 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


10/26/82 


3 1 


N 


P30 


H 


2 


11/02/92 


A 9 


N 


030 


H 


2 


11/05/92 


a I 


P N 


X46 


H 


2 


11/07/92 


A 7 


N 




H 


2 


11/14/82 


C 1 


N 




H 


2 


11/19/92 


A 27 


N 


330 


s 


2 


11/20/32 


A 3 


N 


M23 


s 


2 


11/22/92 


C 1 


N 


M23 


H 


2 


11/23/92 


A 3 


N 


930 


s 


2 


12/23/82 


B 1 


N 


M23 



H 2 12/17/82 C 



2/04/92 A 19 
5/30/82 C 3 



H 2 3/26/92 5 P N 



7 


1/04/92 


A 


A 


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2/03/82 


A 


1 


N 




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2/04/92 


A 


19 


N 




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2/11/92 


A 


6 


N 




7 


3/03/92 


A 


14 


N 




7 


4/12/92 


A 


4 


E 




2 


11/02/92 


A 


1 P 


N 


L41 



S 2 a/12/82 A 2 N 
H I 3/13/32 B 1 N 
H 2 9/19/92 3 8 N 



S 2 6/01/82 B 7 P N 
S 2 5/01/32 A 15 N 



H 2 3/03/92 A 15 N 
S 2 3/03/82 A 6 N 



H 2 <,/26/82 A 9 N 



H 2 5/31/92 A 12 P A 
S 2 6/12/92 A 3 N 



H 2 10/02/82 E 5 N 

H 1 10/02/32 3 1 = N H6n 



H 2 9/07/82 A 4 L 
H 2 7/30/92 A 4 L 



S 2 11/19/92 A 1 N M23 
H 2 12/26/92 C 1 P N 



MDNTMLY/»N«(U»L INDEX 
1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



'«GE 25 r 
1/17/83 I 



CHURCH PLANS HOMECOMING: PROF JILL SPEAK AT ASBURV 'GROWrH SUNDAY' 

JAX HAVING FINE YEAR 



3ERGMANt BARRIE 

6EST OF LUCK TO CURTIS HUNTERi WEN2EL 



BERGMAN. INGRIO 

I'lGRIO BERGMAN: SHE HAD BEAUTY, TALENT AND ZEST FOR LIVING 
■HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU, KID* (CARTOON) 
INGRIO =ERGMAN IGNORED LOYAL = AN 

'ERGMAN, JUDITH 

DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS NAMES BUSINESS MANAGER 

BERKLEY, RICHARD E. 

URBAN MINISTRIES PROJECT DESERVES SUPPORT 



ROBERT 

MODEST STATUE: 



MATH SCHOOL GIVEN TINY MODEL FOR SCULPTURE OF EINSTEIN 



96RLING, KRISTINE I WR IGHTSVILLE BEACHI 
WOMAN DIES IN APARTMENT FIRE 

BERMAN, RITA 

GUIDEBOOK TO FREE-LANCE NRITING PROVES USEFUL TOOL 

■HERMANN, LENCRA (ALABAMA) 

•SPIRAL' STF4LS SHOW AT SECCA 

3ERNINGER, OSCAR AND SHEILA 

NEW RESTAURANT TO OPEN IN JAN. 

COUPLE TO OPEN NEW RESTAURANT IN CHAPEL HILL 

°ERNSON. RICHARD J. 

BERNSON RITES FRIDAY 

3ERNS0N, FOUNDER OF CLEANING FIRM 

OBITUARY 

"ERNSTEIN, LEONARD 

I'Saj ARTS CENTER OPENING WILL BRING OUT THE STARS 

"ERNSTEIN, WILLIAM A. (IBM) 

ACCOUNTING FIRM MOVES INTO NEW OFFICES 

?ERRY, ANNIE SURRATT (SHEL'IY) 

WOMAN KILLED IN HOUSE FIRE 

RERRY, BEVERLY (SHELSY) 
PULLING HER WEIGHT 

»ERRY, CICELY (STRATFORD-ON-AVON, ENGLAND] 

SHE URGES ACTORS TO 'INHABIT THE LANGUAGE' 



OF THE 3ARD 



BEPRY, DAVID P. DR. 

SFRPY ADDRESSES GROUP 

DUKE EYE STUDY URGES CAUTION IN CHOOSING GLAUCOMA THERAPY 

"ERRY, JOHN LAMBERT 
OSITUARY 

"ERRY, MAUREEN I. 
STOCKBROKER, 



FIRM NAMED IN LAWSUIT 



»EPRY, WILLIAM w. 

UTILITY EXECUTIVE CALLS FOR MORE COMPETITION 

BERRYMAN, CHESTER (MAGISTRATE) 

2 MAGISTRATES NAMED FOR DURHAM 

BAIL "ONOS FOR REPEATERS CALLED A DOUBLE-EDGED SwORO 

SECOND "AGISTRATE THIS WEEK RESIGNS 

MAGISTRATE RESIGNS JOB 

MAGISTRATES TO TAKE OATH MONDAY 

'"ERU°E, YVON (MONTREAL) 

COVERED WAGON'S DRIVER DIES FJLLOWING ACCIDENT 

BEST, ALBERT H. JR. 
OBITUARY 

"EST. CONNIE 

GROWING COLA COMPANY REUNITES DAD, DAUGHTER 

"EST, CRIWFORD 

COUSINS PERFORM IN PAGE CONCEPT 
3ASS00N CONCERTO HAS BEST OF ^ESTS 

=EST, KIM 

TOO MUCH VITAMIN 



A DANGEROUS TO HEALTH 



'?EST, LINWOOD 

OUTLQliK IS GOOD FOR SUMMER JOBS 

'EST, MICHAEL 

DUKE ARTIST SERIES: HIGH NOTE OF BEST'S CAREER 

BEST DELIGHTS AUDIENCE IN HOMECOMING 

COUSINS PCRFOOM IN PAGE CONCERT 

TENOR DEDICATES ENCORE TO MOTJER 

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB NAMES WOMAN OF YEAR 

3ASS00N CONCERTO WAS BEST OF 3ESTS 

1EST, NINA PFNDESGRAFT (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

'^EST, THURMAN ELR£= (CARRBOftO) 
OniTUARY 

'EST, WI'IFIELD 

GROWING COLA COMPANY REUNITES DAD, DAUGHTER 

BEThEA, FUGENE 

R09RERY MAY 3F MOTIVE IN DURHAM MAN'S SLAYING 

HOLLOWAY ST. "AN DIES AFTER H= IS STABBED 

WARRANT ISSUED IN KILLING 

STE»E" i=OUIPMENT STOLEN 

OBITUARY 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN APRIL " STABBING DEATH 

HEARING PLANNED ON "UROER COUNT 

"ETHBA, HAROLD L. 

STORE REPORTS GOGGLE THEFT 

'ETHEA, JAMES WILLIE (CHARLOTTE) 
GUNMAN MAY HAVE TRIED TO GET 



OLICE TO KILL HIM 



BEThUNE, WILLIE 

TANKER TRUCK CRASHES ON 1-85 INTE'CHANGE 
MAN HURT IN 1-85 WRECK 



N E 

P D 


DATE 


S 

E 
C 


PG 


t 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
p 


BYL 


H 2 


9/11/B2 


A 


9 





N 




H 2 


2/23/R2 


B 


2 




L 




H 2 

H 2 
H 2 


9/01/32 
9/05/82 
10/01/32 


A 

A 


4 
5 

5 


T 


E 
T 
U 


J52 
W09 


S 2 


11/04/32 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


12/09/B2 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


10/22/82 


B 


1 


P 


N 




S 2 


5/D4/B2 


3 


9 




N 




H 2 


1/17/82 


D 


3 


P 


U 


H4 5 


H 2 


7/D2/S2 





8 


p 


R 


G68 


?l 


12/21/P2 
12/21/82 


A 

C 


17 
3 




N 
N 




S 2 

H 2 
H 2 


11/24/32 
11/25/32 
11/26/82 


c 
c 
c 


1 

23 

8 


D 
P 









H 2 


5/09/82 


A 


7 




N 




S 2 


12/18/82 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 2 


4/08/82 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


11/23/B2 


A 


21 




N 




H 2 


11/07/82 


A 


4 


P 


F 


W66 


S 2 

H 2 


5/11/32 
8/02/82 


c 

8 


I 

1 




N 
N 




H 2 


12/13/82 


A 


10 









S 2 


10/12/82 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


11/13/82 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


10/02/82 
3/29/82 
6/12/82 
3/12/02 

10/02/82 


A 

A 
A 

c 

A 


1 




N 
G 
N 
N 
N 


351 
A54 


H 2 


11/13/82 


A 


5 





N 




H 2 


1/06/32 


A 


11 









H 2 


7/11/82 





10 





F 


A20 


H 2 
H 2 


1/22/82 
1/29/52 


D 




5 
8 


P 
P 


N 
R 


S66 


H 2 


11/03/82 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


6/26/82 


A 


3 




N 


EOS 


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


1/21/82 
1/22/32 
1/22/92 
1/22/82 
1/26/32 
1/29/32 



B 

A 
A 




I 
1 

3 

10 

6 

8 


p 
p 


F 
R 
N 
R 
N 
R 


371 

361 
S66 


H 2 


1/03/82 


c 


4 









H 2 


2/17/82 


c 


6 




D 




H 2 


7/11/82 


D 


10 





p 


A20 


S 2 

H ■» 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


4/09/02 
4/10/32 
4/12/82 
4/12/82 
4/14/32 
4/22/82 
4/22/82 


A 

B 
A 

c 

3 
C 
A 


1 

1 

ID 

1 

4 

18 

12 




N 
N 
N 
N 

N 
N 


U57 


S 2 


0/13/32 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


8/21/82 


A 


10 




N 




S 2 

H 2 


7/01/82 
7/02/82 


A 
A 


1 

13 




N 
N 





M0NTHLY/4N 



INDEX 



PAGE 20 
1/17/83 



BETT»»N, JAMES *. OR. 

aETT.IAN NEW PROFESSOR IN OUKE BUSINESS SCHOOL 

'ETTS. OCRIS 

L^CTUPE SET ON 'WOMEN IN FICTION' 

OORIS aFTTS wPITcS PROSE WITH CONTROL OF A ma ST5R 
POOR '■OGER GETS BUNCHED AGAIN IN WRITER'S 1ST NOVEL 
orRIS oETTS DECEIVES 'ECOGNITION 

HEMOPHILIA ^ROUP PICKS *1EW CHIEF 

OCRIS 3FTTS RFAfllNii SET FOR FESTIVAL 

N.C. JRITERS CONFFSESiCE NOTES PAUL GREEN. PROBLEMS OF TP APE 

G»AHAM, PROCESSOR OFFER ARGUMENTS FOR FAITH. INTELLECT 

GRAHA". BETTS SAY IT IS EASY TQ JOU^IT 

?EVAN, WILLIAM 

OUKE "iv STOP SUPPORT OF PRESCHOOL PROGRAI 

NIXON LIBRARY NEGOTIATORS TO GO SLOW 

OUKE PROVOST LEAVES TO JOIN FOUNDATION 

BEVAN TO LEAVE OUKE POST 

FLEISHMAN TO HEAD FUND DRIVE 

PARENTS WANT TO KEEP SCHOOL AT OUKE OPEN 

■"EVILL. VERNON 

COMMISSION SEEKS WAYS OF MAKI^IG ^ORE MONEY 

BIANCHI. OAVIO A. ICHAPEL HILL) 

BUDGET CUTS WOULD HURT OLDER PEOPLE 

PICKETT, FANNIE YARBOROUGH 

NEW EYHIBIT HONORS FAMOUS NORTH CAROLINA WOMEN 

PIODY, F. ■^OUGLAS 

FOUNTAIN'S WITHO 
REPUBLICANS STUO 
WATFRS CONSIDERS 
DURHAM'S PULLEY 
2N0 DISTRICT CAM 
3I00Y IM 2ND DIS 
MARIN ENTERS GOP 
NINE PEOPLE FILE 
2N0 DISTRICT: GO 
BIDDY'S FACE FAM 
CANDIDATES FQR C 
BIDDY OPENS CAMP 
BIDDY OPENS HEAD 
MICHAUX LEADS IN 
VOTE FOR DOUG 31 
3IDDY: PEAGANOMI 
FACES FAMILIAR I 
MARIN LEADS GOP 
2'10 DISTRICT PRI 
MICHAUX. VALENT" 
BIDDY RUNOFF DEC 
BIDDY'S DECISION 
BIDOY DECISION 
3IDDY WON'T SEEK 
2N0 primary: val 
POSTAL OFFICIAL 
CANDIDATE'S LETT 



S 2 5/2A/e2 C 



P INTEREST 

RACE 
ESS 

TERM IN N.C. HOUSE 
OUT. GARDNER IN 

ISTRICT 

E LESS COSTLY 

M GOP 

QUERIES 

E=S 

RHAM 

SPENDING 

ss 

THE NATION' 

RACE 

AS EXPECTED 

RUNOFF 

ADE MONDAY 

ITEO 

Y NOON TODAY 

ARIN 

5; BIDDY NO 

RS WERE DELIVERED 

RED BEFORE ELECTION 



RAWAL STIRS G1 
Y 2ND DISTRICT 

RUN =aR CONOR 
TO SEEK THIRD 
P4IGN: WATERS 
TRICT RACE 

RACE IN 2N0 D 

FOR CONGRESS 
P PRIMARY TO ? 
ILIAR TO DURHA 
ONGRESS FIELD 
AIGN HEADQUART 
OUAPTERS IN OJ 

2N0-DISTR ICT 
DDY FOR C3NCRE 
CS 'RIGHT FOR 
N RARE PRIMARY 
CONGRESSIONAL 
MARY AS CLOSE 
NE LOOKING TO 
ISION MAY BE M 

ON RUNOFF AWA 
N RUNOFF DUE 3 

RUNOFF WITH ■' 
ENTINE SAYS YE 

"IDDY'S LETT'= 
ER SAID OELIVE 

PIENIE". BEVERLY 

OHS TEAM ON COACH'S SIDE NOW 

DIGGERS. «. PAUL DO. (CHAPEL HILL] 

2 RENAMED TO STATE SPEECH PANEL 
FIRES DAMAGE 2 'ESIDENCES IN C ARRBORO 

BIGNER. ANOREA 

A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CARD 

BILAS. JAY 

DEVILS LAND POWER FORWARD 

DUKE MfMu ADDS PRAS 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG FOR DUKE "ECRUITING 

ONE OF SIX 

FRESH START WITH FROSH 

PILES. KEVIN 

THESE SPEEDSTERS ARE LEGAL 

"ILLERMAN. KEVIN 

10-16: HISTORY REPEATS FQR DU< E 

3ILLINGS. ANNIE TEVEPAUGH 

D'lITUARY • 

"ILLINGS. JAMES 

2 CHARGFO -ITH FiaisG INTO hqm E 

POLICE CHARGE TWO MEN WITH SHOOTING INTO 3UILDING 

MISTRIAL RULING 3RINGS MUROER TRIAL TO HALT 

"ILPUCH. EDWARD G. OR. 

NUCLEAR LAB CHIEF REAPPOINTED TO POST 

NUCLEAR LAB KEEPS BILPUCH 

TRIANGL": SCIENTISTS STUDY ATO' IN OUKE LABORATORY 

LAB STUDIES CONSTRUCTIVE USE OF ATOM 

LAB MAY PROVIOE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE ENERGY 'TUNL' 

PINDEWALD. RICHARD A. 

DUkf EXPECTED TO OVERHAUL INSJRANCE 

DUKE STUDYING CHANGE IN INSURANCE COVERAGE 

PIPDINE. 3PENDA 
QPITUARY 

■IIPGFL. RICHARD A. 

OWNER SAYS CONOO PERMIT UNNEEDEO 
JWNER WILL CONVERT APARTMENTS 

■BIRMINGHAM. GEORGE w. 
0°ITUARY 

BIRMINGHAM SERVICES WILL BE HELD TOMORROW 
WE LOST A FOIENO 

CONTRACTOR SAYS AODITION VIOLATED CODE 
COUPLE SEEKS DAMAGES FROM BUILDER 

BISHOP. DAVID MCCOY I WINSTON-SALSMI 

MAN LIST60 IN SFRIOUS C0N0ITI3N AFTER DRUG APPARENTLY SWALLOWED 

RISHOP. DOUG 

SHOOTOUT IN 

RISHOP, FAY a. 
DPITUARY 



;ARR0LL COUNTY 



H 


? 


1/10/32 


A 


f> 




N 




H 


? 


2/07/52 


1) 


) 


p 


U 


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H 


7 


3/07/82 


n 


1 


P 


R 


Hi,') 


s 


/ 


<./09/»2 


1) 


? 




N 




H 


■> 


4/15/92 


A 




P 


•J 




H 


r 


7/02/«2 


A 


1 ? 




»l 




H 


? 


B/DB/62 


D 


1 


p 


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HA": 


M 


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R/2^/R2 


.1 


1 




N 


A/0 


s 


2 


9/2''/e2 


C 


2 




N 




H 


7 


12/01/92 


«. 


1 




N 


W?* 


H 


7 


2/27/92 


A 


1 




N 


W^A 


s 


f 


9/10/92 


A 


I 


p 


N 




H 


7 


9/11/B2 


rt 


1 


u 


N 




H 


/ 


9/17/92 


H 


1 




N 


= 30 


s 


2 


12/01/82 


A 


10 




»l 





H 2 1/10/82 B 



H 


2 


2/26/82 


A 


4 


L 




s 


2 


3/04/82 





1 


N 




H 


7 


4/02/92 


9 


1 


N 


G53 


s 




4/10/92 


A 


1 


N 


«71 


H 


? 


4/18/92 


( 


I 


N 


G5' 


u 


? 


4/30/92 


A 


6 


N 


(.b) 


S 


? 


5/D1/82 


A 


3 


N 




H 


? 


5/36/82 


A 


S P 


N 


A64 


s 


? 


5/06/92 


A 


1 P 


N 


Srt) 


H 


1 


5/07/82 


R 


1 


N 




H 


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6/06/92 


A 


1 


G 


G53 


<; 


/ 


6/07/82 


K 


1 P 


G 


G59 


H 


? 


6/17/82 


H 


1 


N 


981 


H 


/ 


6/20/92 


r 


1 


N 




s 


? 


6/21/82 


A 


e 


N 




H 


7 


5/22/82 


rt 


1 


N 


G5 3 


H 


7 


6/24/92 


A 


9 P 


A 




s 


7 


6/25/92 


( 


1 


G 


SS3 


H 


7 


6/27/82 





3 P 


N 




H 


7 


6/30/92 


H 


1 


M 


I.Sl 


s 


? 


6/30/92 


A 


1 P 


*l 


</l 


H 


7 


7/01/92 


A 


1 


N 


(.■jl 


s 


7 


7/01/92 


A 


1 


N 


SB1 


H 


7 


7/02/92 


B 


1 P 


N 


:,5) 


H 


7 


7/06/92 


K 




N 




S 


,> 


7/06/92 


A 




N 


SS3 


H 


7 


7/07/82 


A 




N 


G53 


H 


7 


7/09/92 


rt 


6 


N 


G5 3 


s 


2 


7/03/82 


L 


6 


N 





H 2 10/10/92 3 



S 2 9/20/82 C 
H 2 11/27/82 B 



H 2 12/11/82 9 



1/14/82 C 

1/15/92 C 

3/19/92 D 
10/16/82 



H 2 11/17/92 

S 2 11/13/82 C 

S 2 3/04/82 C 

H 2 5/17/82 3 



H 2 1/17/92 C 
S 2 1/19/92 A 
H 2 1/19/92 e 



9 N C36 

4 N 

1 N 

1 P R T37 



2 N F25 
1 N 071 

1 U 071 
9 P P S76 

2 P F M71 



1 P F FQf 

2 ' U 018 

6 

1 N 

9 N 

1 N 351 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



5/23/92 A 3 

5/26/82 C 9 

6/03/92 C 6 

6/04/92 A I 1 

9/01/82 A 1 



H 2 12/22/82 A 1 N L41 
S 2 12/22/82 C I N '23 



H 2 12/30/82 A 17 



H ' 1/07/92 A 16 N W36 

S 2 1/07/92 A 6 N 



H 2 3/09/92 9 9 P 

S 2 3/09/92 C 3 

H 2 3/19/92 A 4 L 

H 2 U/10/92 3 1 N S51 

S 2 U/10/92 C I? N 



H 2 9/n/92 A 6 N 

H 2 2/12/'"2 D 1 P F W66 

H 2 5/21/92 A 12 



BISHOP. ROY 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/82 



PAGE 27 
l/n/33 



BISHOP. ST?VEN (CHARLaTTEl 

EIGHT TO CAGE 05UG CHARGES 

■USHOP. TEO 

VOTE THE SHERIFF GUT 

^ISSETT, TED (SPRING HOPE) 

TRIAL RECALLS ATTENTION TG MHRANTS. FARMERS 

^ITTICK, HILTON 0. JR. (GREENSBOROI 

TWO N.C. ?USINESS"EN ARE SRANTEO NEM TRIAL 

■KITTLE. CALLIE 36LLE ISNG« CAMP) 

OEFENDAlaT SAYS TRUCK DISPUTE LEO TO DEATH 

3ITTLE. EDGAR 
0?ITUARY 

"IVENS. JAXES F. 

SELF-DEFENSE VERDICTS ALSO NEED RETHINKING 

■ilVINS. CLAUPIUS HAROLD (RALEIGHI 
ORITUARY 

"IVINS. GROVFR GORDON 
OBITUARY 

BIVINS. JAMES F. 

DOUBLE STANDARDS ON CRIME 

IlVINS. TH0,>1AS EUGENE ( HILL SBOROUGH I 

OBITUARY 

BJORNSSON, THOPIR 0. OR. 

3 DUKE RESEARCHERS GET t30.0D0 GRANTS 
SCIENTISTS GET DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

3LACK. CANOACE 

GETS HEROISM AWARD 

"LACK, CHARLES J. (NEBRASKA PRISON WAROENI 

FORMER HARDEN AT PUTNER GETS -JEBRASKA PRISON POST 

BLACK. 0EB(5RAH 

•MinNIGHT MADNESS" 



GETS THEM TOGETHER 



BLAC. DONALD ( EDEN I 

3 SENTENCED FOR THEFT 

BLACK. JIMMY 

ACC HON(^RS UNC'S BLACK 

PICKINGS A =LENTY TO NBA FROM ACC 

BLACK SAYS DELAY HELPED TO EASE EMOTIONS OF GAME 

BLACK GROWS INTO HIS ROLE 

THE TRIP BACK 

UNC'S TASK FINDS SMITH IN THE FOCUS 

FINAL FOUR FINOS BLACK IN HIS PLACE 

TAR HEELS: BLACK'S DEFENSE SKITS OUT HOUSTON'S GUN 

FOUR HEELS ALL-TOURNEY 

UNC FINOS NEAR-PEPFECT CHEMISTRY 

yesterday: former ACC STARS FGLLOWING VARIED PATHS 

"LACK, LARRY EUGENE (CHARLOTTE) 

CHARLOTTE MAN HELD IN ROBBERY OF SANK 

BLACK, LARRY J. 

N.C. OFFICIAL TAKES POST IN OREGON 

BLACK. ROLAND 

OBFENDANT CALLS DEATH ACCIDENTAL 

HF9B FOUND GUILTY 

JURY BINDS ■JEBS GUILTY OF MURDER 

JURY CONVICTS WESB 

WFBB GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

HE6B GETS LIFF PLUS l". YEARS IN SHOOTING 

"LSCK, VENNIS MAVIN (BROGKNEAL. VA. J 
MAN DIES IN PERSON ACCIDENT 

BLACKBEARO (TEACH. EDWARDl 
THE PIRATE'S 'EVENGE 
MINISTER MAKES BLACKBEARO SPE' K 
■eLACKBEARD SPEAKS' IS CAPTIVATING 

BLACKBURN, GLENN ALLEN 
OBITUARY 

BLACKBURN, GPENN H, 

BLACKBURN HEADS OPERATION aRE»KTHROUGH 
BLACKBURN HEADS AGENCY 

BLACKBURN. RUBY 
OBITUARY 

BLACKBURN, WILLIAM 

BLACKBURN WRITERS FESTIVAL STARTS MONDAY AT DUKE 

BLACKMAN. AMY LYNN 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BLACKNELL, NORMAN (CHAPEL HILL) 
CAB DRIVE" INJURED 

"LACKSTOCK. LARRY DARNELL (EDENI 

2 EOEN "EN PLEAD GUILTY IN ST'KESDALE BANK HOLDUP 
TWO SENTENCED IN BANK HOLDUP 

BLACKWELL, EDNA LOUISE (HENDERSON! 
YOUNG WOMAN'S BODY IDENTIFIED 

BLACKWELL, GUY 

PROSECUTOR SAYS GREEN NOT FIR- PROBE TARGET 

BLACKWELL, HAROLD T. (GRANVILLE CO. I 

GRANVILLE SHERIFF. 2 DEPUTIES ANSWER SUIT 

BLACKWELL. WALLACE C. 

NCCU SEARCH IS NARROWED TG 7 PERSONS 
PANEL MULLS NEW CHANCELLOR 

BLACKWOOD. CHARLES 

PRISONER PULLS GUN ON ORANGE DEPUTIES, FLEES 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MAN WHO ESCAPED AT GUNPOINT 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L " BYL 

H 2 7/02/B2 C 11 

H 2 11/23/B2 A R N 

H 2 7/20/82 A 4 L 

H J 2/07/B2 A 10 N 

H 2 10/0'5/B2 A 5 N 

H 2 6/13/82 C 6 N 

H 2 5/14/82 C 8 

S 2 7/15/82 A 4 L 

H 2 1/05/82 B 7 

H 2 1/02/82 8 5 

H 2 7/11/82 4 L 

H 2 3/28/82 B 6 

H 2 7/16/82 A 7 N 

S 2 7/17/82 A 13 N 

S 2 3/13/92 A 3 P P T37 

H 2 3/20/82 A 3 N 

H 2 10/17/82 E ? P F S56 

S 2 9/14/82 3 5 N 



S 2 l/lR/82 3 4 N 

H 2 2/28/52 B 2 R F C52 

H 2 2/23/B2 a 3 F C52 

S 2 3/04/82 C 2 P U F25 

S 2 3/23/P2 B 2 ' U 018 

H 2 3/24/82 C 1 P F M71 

H 2 3/26/82 C 1 P F M71 

H 2 3/2B/'"2 B 4 F 013 

S 2 3/3D/B2 D 1 N 

H 2 3/31/82 9 2 U M71 

S 2 U/19/B2 D 18 F P55 



H 2 5/19/82 C 12 N 
H 2 12/21/82 A a = N 



H 2 6/09/B2 3 1 

S 2 6/09/82 a I 

H 2 6/10/32 B I 

5 2 6/1D/B2 A' 12 

S 2 6/11/82 C 1 

H 2 6/12/82 B 1 



H 2 7/30/=2 B 



N B51 

N 

N 851 

N 

N 

N 851 



H 2 5/D8/B2 A 4 n E 

S 2 5/27/82 D 2 P F 971 

S 2 6/03/32 D 4 H B71 



H 2 9/17/82 C 10 



H 2 11/27/82 A 3 N 
S 2 11/27/82 A 13 N 



H 2 11/03/82 B IC 
H 2 3/21/82 A 3 N 



H 2 11/13/82 C 
H 2 11/14/B2 C 



H 2 4/03/32 A 17 R P C56 

H 2 1/07/82 9 2 N 

H 2 1/2D/32 C 4 N 

H 2 10/17/82 A 10 N 

H 2 U/24/B2 A 1 N 

H 1 12/22/82 C 1 N 



H 2 9/16/B2 3 1 
S 2 9/16/B2 C 1 



N B30 
N M23 



H 2 3/03/B2 A 1 P N X25 
S 2 3/03/82 A I P N U57 



NQKTMLT/iNNUiL INDEX 

1/01/83 - U/31/92 



3L»C><J00P. JOHN C. 

SITE »LAN TC »£ CHANGED FOR STORE N6»» N.C. CENTRAL 
NE" SITE PLAN FQR STORE 3AC<tO 

aLAO"S. 3RIAN lUNC F0GT3AI.L »L»YERI 
UNC PLAYERS FACE Charges 
JNC FOOTaALL PLATERS CHARGED IN INJURY SUIT 

?LAMA, OAVIO 

INSENSITIVE COVERAGE 

3L»IRi -lARTHA 9JNTING 
OBITUARY 



NAMES 



3LAKE, GREG LEWIS 

COUPLE RECALL FIRST MEE'^ING: 



1 FORGOTTEN COAT LEAD TO, • .riEOD ING VCiS 



'»LAICE, HARPI5 

HEFNER CECIDE5 AGAINST DEBATE 

C06EY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 

UNEMPLOYMENT '<EY ISSUE IN dTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT RACE 

JOHNSTON LOSES. mENOON trails 

■'LAKE. HELEN 

■OLD "USK- ROSES ARE IN FULL 3L00» AT HELEN BLAKE'S 

=^LAKF. JIM 

JI1 3LAK6: THROUGH THICK AND ' H I N AT SOUTHERN 

PREP NOTES: 3RADSHAW. 3LAKE HONORED 

SNAGS OVE" SITES FJZiLE SOUTHERN-NORTHERN RSNE-AL 

3LAKF, LARRY 

CHAMBER TO MEET 

hFARINGS: PROPOSED STUDENT An CUTS CATCH MORE HEAT 

N.C. EDUCATOR URGED FOR COHMinlTY COLLEGES POST 

BLAKE. S"EILA 

CAMPAIGN HITS ROAD IN DURHAM 
PRUCRAM GETS -MOaiLE "ESSENGE" 

'LAKE, /iILLIAM 0, (CHAPEL HILLI 

POLICE CENTER TO HONOR 'LAKE 
POLICE PLAN DEDICATION OF NEK HO 

blslock, 3ftsy 

gop group names head 

blalick. carlton 

3lal0ck joins tobacco group 

=lalock. clyoe thomas 
obituary 
obituary 

3lal0ck, dbspie 

fantasy is her fo=t= 

"lalock, de30r0ugm g. 
still outraged 

'^laloci'. hallie terry 
obituary 

'LALOCK, hOWARO T. MRS. 

3URGLARY VICTIMS fj^d COURTS LAX 

"LALOCK, LIZZIE ANNIE IHUROLE "ILLS I 
OBITUARY 

"LALOCK. THOMAS C. DR. 

STATE OFFICIALS DEFEND FJRM EXTENSION SERVICE 
TESTIMONY [N alAS SUIT HAS TA< EN OVER MONTH 

=LANCHAR0, CLARENCE UHITT 
OSITUARY 

^LANChARD, JOANNE ISANFORDt 

OFRijTY SUSPENDED FOLLOWING SrOOTING 

'LANCHARO, JOHN (ORANGE CD, I 

ORA"GF GROUP PREVENTING DELIN-JUENCy 

"LAND. J, r, 

FOLKS ARQUNO HERE: ThE WAY THINGS ARE 

»LAhO. JOHN 

BLAND RECALLS ENDS SLAUGHTER 

"LAND. NORMAN RAY 

pnuR FACE DRUG CHARGES 
2 CONVICTED IN DRUG CASE 

RLANKENSHIP. ANTHONY RAY 

TWO «IL<ES YOUTHS STILL MISSING 

SHERIFF: -NO LEADS LEFT' IN WILKES COUNTY KILLING 

RLANTON, J. W. 
OBITUARY 

"LANTON. WILLIAM (MAKES MINIATURE WAGONS) 
300 hCUPS later. . . ALL PARTS WORK! 

''L5SMF0R0 - SNELL. JOHN 

EXPLORER WANTS TO CELEBRATE <,O0TH 

BLAYOON, C-LIN C. 

iLAYOON NAMED TO ENERGY COUNCIL 

BLAYDON ON ENERGY COUNCIL 

HEADINGS: PROPOSED STUDENT ip CjTs CATCH MORE HEAT 

FUND WILL AID DUKE STUDENTS 

PLAYLOCK, Mtuma WILKERSON 
OBI'^UARY 

■"LAZER, OAH G, DP, 

PIE'^MONT HEALTH STUDY ASKING 'WHAT AILS YOU" 
DUKE 10CTOR TO GIVE TALK AT MFETING 

BLEDSOE. CHARLES R, "CHUCK" JR, 
0=ITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BLEVINS. BETTY jO STUMP 
OBITUARY 

BLEVINS, CHRISTOPHER WAYNE 













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12/29/32 


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12/31/82 


C 


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1/06/82 
1/14/82 


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4/1R/82 


B 


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H 1 


2/03/82 


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10/02/82 


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3 


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4/2S/82 


3 


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9/2T/32 


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S/04/R2 
11/11/82 


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3/10/82 
R/27/92 


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2/l!./92 


3 


7 







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9/12/82 





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F A20 




H 2 


12/05/82 


A 


12 


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4/20/82 

4/21/82 

9/03/82 

12/16/82 


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3 

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9 
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11 


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1/04/92 


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6/17/82 
10/18/82 


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12/05/82 
12/06/82 


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640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL IN06X SY NAMES PAGE 29 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 l/lT/83 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C i>5 L P 5YL 

OBITUARY " 2 3/15/82 3 7 

B«8Y FOUND DEAD IN ?E0 5 2 J/lS/oj C 1 N 

DETECTIVES PROBE 2 ?IGAMY CASES S 2 3/16/B2 fl 1 N 

llLEVINSt ETTA PRUITT . , ,,,,,,, „ „ „ 

OBITUARY H 2 7/2^/82 B 8 

3LEVINS. KEN H. (WINSTON-SALEM) ^ , ,,,„,„, r ^ 

POLICEMAN SHOT S 2 5/lD/fi2 C 6 N 

s^LEYNaT, ED 

CLE^SPN LANDS N.C. "ECRUIT H 2 1/06/S2 d 3 N 

flLISKt DSRLENE 

MODELS GET HOMOaS S 2 <./3D/82 A 3 M 

"LITZ, DOROTHY 

FOEFOn.1 FRUSTOATIONS S 2 5/21/82 A 4 E 

"LITZEOt CHARLES 

JLITZER \^ 3E DIRECTOR OF HUMANITIES CENTER S 2 11/01/82 A 1 N W36 

S-ITHSONIAN OFFICIAL TO DIRECT »TP CENTER H 2 11/02/82 A 1 P N CI 

CENTEP "AKES FINE CHOICE S 2 11/04/82 A 4 E 

GOOD CREDENTIALS H 2 11/05/82 A 4 E 

SLOCK* JOHN 

SLOCK RECOMMENDS LOWER PRICE SUPPORTS. GROWER'S FEE S 2 l/30/?2 A 13 » N 

FAR" NEWS: 'URLEY TOBACCO aUOT A INCREASED BY 3 PERCENT H 2 2/02/82 A 7 N 

ROSF PAPS BLOCK PLAN FOP TOBACCO S 2 7/14/32 A 14 P N 

SLOCK COMPARES CUTS WITH "WEAMING PIGS' H 2 9/1P/82 A 4 N 

CARRYOVER LEAF PLAN PRAISED H 2 9/23/82 C ID N 

BLOCK TO SPEAK AT LEAF "EET H 1 11/15/82 B 1 N 

block: leaf plan in danger H 2 11/20/82 A 1 N 

'LOCKER, DOUGLAS (GREENSBORO) 

PERSON STEALS SUSPECT'S GROCE'IES S 2 9/3D/82 C 14 N 

■"LOMMEP, EARL 

3L0MMERS PLEASED WITH SON'S PROGRESS S 2 11/04/82 A 1 F F05 

8L0M0UIST, MARGARET MURDECAI ,.,,,„,, . 

OPITUARY H 2 10/03/82 C 6 

PAPA WAS AN OLD. WELL-WORN BOOK WITH TATTERED BINDING H 2 12/26/82 D 3 U H45 

SLOOMEO, CAMILLE CISSOULA. MONTANA I , ,., . . 

WATT'S ACTIONS ARE APPALLING H 2 1/22/82 A 5 L 

PLOUNT. JILLIAM AUGUSTUS , , , „ „ 

FORMER CHAIRMAN OF L4M WILLIAM BLOUNT DIES AT 84 H 2 10/09/82 A IPO 

Fn«MEP LtM HEAD DIES S ? 10/D9/82 A IPO 

OPITUARY H 3 10/10/82 C 6 

«ILHAM A. "LOUNT H 2 10/14/82 A 4 E 

PLUE. FRANCES 

SHE CELEBRATES LIFE BY GROWING FLOWERS H 2 7/11/82 D PPG G78 

PLUE. ROBERT C. 

PRISONER ESCAPES FROM CREW H 2 3/13/82 3 12 N 

ESCAPEE FROM PERSON PRISON ARRESTED " 2 5/25/82 3 4 N 

ESCAPEE ARRESTED S 2 5/25/82 A 21 N 

PLUE. »OGE° 

HE": CERTAIN HER LOVE IS STRONG • H 2 1/10/32 E 2 p F 830 

3LUE. WILLIA" (CHAPEL HILL) 

AN^IE PAPNES FILES; OTHERS PON") EO RACES H 2 5/05/»2 A 11 p N M35 

zlARNES TO F^CUS ON NEEDS OF SPECML POPULATION S 2 5/05/82 A 7 N 

FOU= '^ILE FOR ELECTION IN 16T^ SENATE DISTRICT H 2 5/D7/82 A 22 N M23 

NCJF =ACKS WALKER. BLUE FOR S'=NATE H 2 6/D3/=2 All N 

CAwDIOATES TACKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES H 2 6/14/82 B 9 N J35 

CANDIDATES BACK STATE ERA H 2 5/17/82 C ID N M23 

4-YEAR TERMS AN ISSUE IN 15TH DISTRICT RACE S ? 5/24/»2 A ID N '•23 

ORANGE CANOIDATES CITE EDUCATION "ONEY NEEDS . • H 2 6/27/82 2 N M23 

»LUM. OEPBt 

FALL DIRECTIONS: FASHION THINKS STRAIGHT H 2 3/22/82 E 1 P F H45 

=LUM. YEHUDA I, 

ISRAELI ENVOY VISITS DUKE H 2 2/25/82 A 25 N 

ILLIMENThaL, EDNA M, 

F^R-<EP 0I°ECTOR JF HOSPITAL DIES S 2 5/11/82 C 1 

MISS pLUMENThal, 79, EX-HOSPITAL DIRECTOR H 2 5/12/82 All 

PLUNK. JOEL 

STRINGING TO THE TOP: DUKE'S JOEL BLUNK EARNS STARTING JOB. . . M 2 9/15/82 B 1 P F C52 

PLYTH, CARL '. 

UNC CENTER IS STUDYING SPORTS INJURIES S 2 12/27/82 C 1 N F30 

'LYTHE, ARTHUR 

CURTIS FULLER TOPS JOHNSON ON 'FIRE' H 2 1/01/82 D 10 P R 366 

CORRECTION H 2 1/03/32 C 3 N 

"OATFIGHT. MARTHA P. 

TEEN-AGER o=ATEN. ROBBED H 2 3/05/32 A 4 L 

PO°BITT, EDITH 

SOAPS SUFFER. TOO S 2 7/19/82 A 5 L 

POPBITT, ESTHER HOLT 

OPITUARY H 2 2/12/82 C 8 P 

P0P3ITT, [RE»'E ELIZABETH DICKE" ( HI LL SeOROUGH) 

OBITUARY H 2 11/08/82 D 7 

P0F3ITT. P«UL ROGERS 

OBITUARY H 7 4/23/82 C 11 

308BITT, WILLIAM H. 

EX-JUSTICES ARE HONORED H 2 11/14/82 A 10 N 

POCK. PETE 

BULLS' GENERAL "ANAGEP GOING TO HONOLULU S 2 1/08/82 A 1 N 013 

BULLS' GM BOCK TAKES HAWAII POST H ? 1/09/82 B 2 P N M71 

HARD WORK AHEAD FOR bOCK S 2 1/11/82 D ID N 065 

BOCK SEES DIFFERENT SIDE OF BASEBALL S 1 12/16/82 3 1 p U P35 

80CKH0RN. GLFN 

ODDS NOT GOOD OF BRAVES' VISIT H 2 5/30/82 B 9 N M71 

"OOOIE, LEAH 

OBITUARY M 2 4/19/82 9 6 

PODINE, GEOFF 

BODINE CAPITALIZES FOR TRANSOJ TH WIN H 2 4/04/82 3 8 » N S91 



640- 



MONTMLY/A 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



P4GE 3= 
1/17/83 



"i E 

p 



S I T 
E L * 
C ?G L P "YL 



'OOnlCK, LEONARD e. 

POLICY »e''AINS VALI") 

SALE TO S. 4F5ICA VIOLATES LAW 

^OER. DAvn 

ONE 0^ n.C. CASH VICTIXS F3R''EPLY DURMAH RESIDENT 
FORf-ER RESI:)ENT IN CRASH 

90ETTICHER. WOLFGANG 

NAilS" STILL REPUGNANT 

=(OGArY, LEONARD 

N.C. LAW OFFICE'S GET AOVICE ^N lANOLING HOSTAGE CASES 

'OGEP. GIL5EPT L. {SENATOR) 

2 REPUBLICAN SENATORS RAP N.C. TRANSPORTATION XEMO 

2 REP'JaLICAN SENATORS CHARGE 5 CE STATE EMPLOYEES GAGGED 

^OG£P. JEANNINE ISINFORDI 

•"ISS SANFQSD' IS '^ISS N.C.' 

"GGGS. CARL ANDREW JR. I-ONROEI 

GOVERNMENT RESTS IN dlO-RIG CASE 

'OGUES. TYRONE (BALTIIOREi 

DUKE. WAnE LAND oASKETSALL RECRUITS 

^DLOEN. OEKTER LEON 1L0UIS3URG1 

CAR <!LLS lOUIS3U'G PEDESTRIAN 
PEDESTRIAN <ILLED 

"OLDENf DON F.iauRLINGTONI 

NEW BURLINGTON EDITOR NAMED 

"OLDEN. ERVIN lnILLS30R0UGHl 
3PITUARY 

■GOLDEN. VELAIDA 
OBITUARY 

"OLOUC. JEAN P. 

SHOPPING FOR "EPICAL CARE 

»OLICK. CYNTHIA ICALDWELL CO.l 

JURY INCICTS DEPUTY CLE=K IN CALDWELL 

?QLLING. ERNEST INEw 3ERN) 

SCHOOL'S DRILL TEAM CHASES THEFT SUSPECTS 

aOLLINGER. GENE 

PLAZA WOULD 3E TOO LARGE 

PQLLINGEP. STEPHEN J. 

HAYTI REDEVELHRMENT PLAN TO G? T J.S. HELP 

nOLTON. ChERYLE LA JUAN 

TWO INDICTED IN SLAYING OF TEEN-AGER 

=OUT"N. TIMOTHY "ACK 

MAN GIVES UP AFTER HQLDING POLICE AT 9AV 
P'"LICE REPORT TIRE Theft PROM GAS STATION 

=QLT?N. WO'T" (VEw HANOVER CO.) 

CENTERS TRYING TO TEACH PEOPLE ABOUT THEMSELVES 

'>ONDS, LOU 

JURY ouTy; he FINCS group of 'TTcNTIvE. SAGE "EOPLE 

^ONDURAnT, RC3ERT CARL (MOUNT AIRY) 

mojvt airy •"^^^ 35x5 death penalty 

=3NDURANT, STUART 

hFaRI>!GS: proposed STUDENT aid CUTS CATCH MORE HEAT 

=0N0Y. 3RUCE 

HE FELL IN LOVE WIT" 



THE GIRL NEXT DOOR 



=3N£. ROGER w. (REP.) 

OFFICIAL SAIO 6=ING INVESTIGATED 
L-GISLATOP SENTENCED =0" FRsoc 

'0*'HAM. KATHARINE M, 
PHOTO EYHI3IT 



PONNETT, Nt^IL 

BONNETT SURVIVES CHALLENGE. 



ra CAPTURE FIRST WPRLD 600 



=ON„ELL. DONALD 

COURT WON'T HEAR FLAG-BURNING CASE 

■^OOK. ED l^uRLINf-.TON) 

EDITOR IN BURLINGTON WITHDRAWS APPEAL 
NEw BURLINGTON EDITOR NAMED 

"OOKER. CURTIS 

HISTORY ON THE SHELF AT CURTIS BOOKER'S ENO STORE 
FOL<S APOUNO HE'E: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

PQCKER. JOHN 

PACK "AN: THESE DAYS. IT'S haJD TO find 'GROWLERS. 'PICAYUNES' 

IQCKER. TCNY (JOHNSTON COUNTY) 

SPECIALIST: CONVICTIONS wILL IFFECT TREATMENT OF -IGRANTS 

=01KER. U. R. REV. 

MILESTONE: pa'JTOR HONORED FOR hSLF-CENTURY OF PREACHING 

'OONF, A^NIE JACOBS 
O'lTuARY 

=0"NE, CrNNIE '. 
03ITUARY 

"OONF. DANIEL 

OAN'L BOONE'S NIMBLE BRIDE 

''GONE. GRANT (ROXBORO) 

PERSON HOSPITAL REPORTS LOSING 'ONEy 

■■OCTH, ROBERT H. -ao=" 

aONO VOTE PROMOTIONS ARE SET = OR NEXT MONTH 

LEADERS THINK PUBLIC WILL BUT CIVIC CENTER 

BIG CIVIC CE-.TE' question: WOJLD POND ISSUE PASS? 

NOW OR f'EVER FOR CENTER 

CIVIC CENTS" DRIVE COST PANEL 123.000 



S 2 
H 2 



h 2 
S 2 



l2/lO/''2 
12/17/82 



1/15/82 
1/15/92 



A 1 

C 1 



S 2 

H 2 



2/27/32 
ll/24/?2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



3/08/82 
3/09/92 



3/07/82 
7/16/92 
11/04/82 



7/18/32 
7/19/82 



10/23/92 
3/0''/ = 2 
2/14/62 
9/20/82 
5/11/82 
6/04/82 

12/21/92 
4/19/92 
6/24/92 



I 

10 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 1 

H 1 



M 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H ? 

H 2 

H 2 

H 1 



5 7 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



13/18/82 
10/l'>/'>2 



6/11/92 
12/13/92 
4/01/92 
9/03/92 
4/13/92 



4/17/82 
10/l9/»2 



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C 14 
A 9 
A I 

C IC 

B 1 
C 1 

A 10 

A I 
C 9 
3 1 

E 2 



A 3 

3 14 



N W36 
P = S56 



1/30/92 

5/31/82 

10/19/82 



2/09/92 
13/23/92 



6/25/92 
6/26/»2 



2 
11 



7 P F H49 



3/26/82 

1/25/82 
11/27/82 
4/01/82 
3/09/92 
5/31/92 
2/03/92 



1/06/92 
l/2''/82 
1/24/92 
6/23/92 
7/15/82 



3 1 
A 1 1 



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a 



N S83 

N '81 

N "31 
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N N U A L 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



NAMES 



OAGE 31 
1/17/83 



GROHTH DEPENDS ON WATER 

'QDTH, SIONEV AND "AT 

T?A C TOUR: THREE FrNF HOMES TN DISPLAY 

KQPBELY - ?ROWNi JULIA 

OVA SETS FQRUM TN CIVIC CENTE') 
MPHE ^LACK VOTERS REGISTER IN DURHAM 
ALLIAMCf SITS OUT SHERIFF'S RJNOFF 
BELL SHOULD HEAD 50ARD 

■BORDEAUX. NELLIE BiRBEE 
O'lTUARY 

RQPEN. DAVID 

U^HEALTHY 0»SESSlaN 

LAME DUCKS "AY ^E LEAST DANGE'OUS 

BORG. BJORN 

CONNORS REVERSES BAD-GUY IMIGE 

BORGE. VICTOR 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

"ORING. EDWIN G. JR. 

CERTAIN BASIC RIGHTS SHOULD BE INVIOLATE 
EIJA SUPPORTERS WORKED TIRELESSLY 

»ORQSi JULIUS 

GOLF SHRINE BRINGS BOROS BACK TO N.C. 

^ORSTELMANN, LLOYD 

OUKE RSYCHOUOr.Y CLINIC ENJOYS HIGHER PROFILE 

"OSCHWITZ. RUDY 

SENATE'S TUBACCO FOES TOOK ODD STAND 

»OST. PRESLEY RAY 

3 DIE IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 

=OST. TO^Y 

TRAINED VOLUNTEERS ARE READY TQ HELP 

90STIC. DAVID EARL (RALEIGH) 

IAN ACQUITTED OF QUARTER THEFT 

BOSTIC. DWIGHT 

anSTICt HILLSIDE RUNNING FAVORITES 
30STIC, WILLIAMS LEAD HILLSIDE 

"OSTIC. ERNEST JR. 

TWO ARRESTED IN SHOOTINGS 

HEARINGS IN SHOOTINGS CASE SLATED FOR TODAY 

"OSWELL. JAMES REV. 

MINISTER "AKE5 BLACKBEARD SPEAK 
•BLACKBEARD SPEAKS' IS CAPTIVATING 

BOSWELL. MICHAEL DOUGLAS (RALEIGH) 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER 

"OSWELL. THO»AS (BURLINGTONI 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ALAMANCE ARSON CASE 

"OUDREAU. "ARLENE 

D(JKE IS 3LESSING TO DURHAM 

°OUL''ON, DONALD >. 

UNC RESIDENCE HALLS READY FOR 3.<.0D FRESHMEN 

S""! INVESTIGATING UNC DEAN 

UNC OFFICIAL INVESTIGATED 

'OULWA»E. C. EL^OOD DR. 

DURHA" PUCK LEADERS 
iCULwARE HEADS FORCE 

OOUNOS. LEE 

WARDEN'S DECISION SAID 

10URB0US. NICK 

BLOOMING IRISES DEMAND ATTENTION 

'OUSER. STFVE ISALIS»URY1 

»P COUNCIL ELECTS PRESIDENT 

=OUW"A, WILLIAM (BERKELEY, CALIF.) 

BERKELEY PROF DELIVERS TALK TODAY AT DUKE 
anuwMA TO SPEAK 

»OKDEN, ERNEST H. 

CURRITUCK CANDIDATE FACES 9 CHARGES ON REFUGE ENTRY 
BOwHEN PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES 
MAN ADMITS ILLEGAL DRIVING ON BEACHES 

'>OWDEN. RALPH H. (GRFENSBOROI 

GROUP IN GREENSBORO ORGANIZES NEW BANK 

"OWDEN. REPEKAH S. "PECKY" 
2 GFT APPOINTMENTS 

BOWOPEAN. "ARLENE 

TRIOUTE TO OUKE 

''OWE, JESS J. 

SHEPIFF CANDIDATE RAPS LEARY, ALLFN 

ALLEN, READ TO ADD NAMES TO CTUNTY SLFCTION LIST 

Bf-WE SAYS COOPERATION LACKING AT SHERIFF'S DEPT. 

LEAPy FILES; ATTACKS SLLEN, B-'WE 

BOWB COUNTERS LEARY STATEMENT 

BOWE PAPS LEARY'S R=HARKS 

SOwE SUPPORTS TEAM-POLICING 

BOwE: LEARY SHOULD "lU I T ABC JT B 

BOwE SEEKS 'UBLIC DEBATE 

2 SEEKING TO UNSEAT ALL'=N 

DA CANDIDATES LEAD IN SPENDING FOR COUNTY RACES 

VOTFRS' ALLIANCE: 'CHOICE YOURS' IN DA RACE 

9JV?'9?I?5^^^'''-° "JUERIES ON CENTER, ERA, CRIME 

IIZ5,J'"E FOR A CHANGE. . . 3JALITY - PROFICIENCY - J 

CITIZENS PACK VOTERS' FORUM 

30WF IS ENDORSED 

DURHAM PACE BACKS BOwE 

TUG MEN TRY TO OUST ALLEN AFTER I TERM 

SHERIFF DUCKED DEBATE 

FRONT-RUNNER ALLEN FACES LEARY In RUNOFF FOR SHERIFF 

ALLEN SAYS ENDORSEMENT BY BLACK GROUP HFiPED 

aOWF UNDECIDED ON ENDORSEMENT 



;ee process, problems 



NO SURPRISE' 



I T 

L Y 

PG L P BYL 



H 2 10/2R/O2 A 



H 2 11/21/82 E 1 P F H45 



H 2 5/l«,/a2 C 1 

S 2 6/0T/82 A 1 

H 2 7/22/32 E. 1 

H 2 ll/2f>/82 A A 



H 2 3/07/82 A 18 



H 2 3/l2/?2 A 
H 2 12/06/82 A 



N MIO 
N 351 
L 



S 2 8/02/82 3 P U DIB 
H 2 2/03/82 A I D U 



H 2 2/22/82 A 4 L 
H 2 7/13/82 A A L 



S 2 9/15/82 D 1 P N 

S 2 12/2R/R2 C 1 N 

H 2 6/2''/82 A A E 

S 2 3/15/82 A 6 N 

H 2 5/23/82 E 8 P N G78 

H 2 10/21/82 C e N 



H 2 1D/D3/82 8 7 N C36 
H 2 10/06/82 C 2 N C36 



H 2 <,/04/82 All N 
S 2 4/05/82 C 5 N 



S 2 
S 2 



5/27/82 
6/03/82 



S 2 12/08/82 D 6 
H 1 3/31/82 a 1 
S 2 7/24/82 A 4 



B71 
B7I 



N 

N G53 

L 



S 2 3/06/82 C 1 N 

S 2 12/17/82 C 1 N B46 

H 2 12/19/82 A 12 N 



S 2 2/2D/P2 A 1 = F DOB 
S 2 6/14/82 A 7 N 



S 2 10/04/82 C 



N 



H 2 
H 2 



5/16/82 E 10 P F 078 
9/28/82 A 7 N 



H 



2/11/82 A 21 
2/11/82 A 12 



N 



6/16/82 C 16 N 
6/17/82 C 13 N 
8/17/82 8 7 N 



H 2 2/21/82 D 10 



s 


2 


1/04/82 


A 6 




N 




H 


2 


3/04/B2 


A 4 




L 




H 


7 


1/05/P2 


a 1 


p 


-< 


35 1 


s 


/ 


1/05/82 


3 1 




N 


U57 


H 


7 


1/23/62 


A 5 


p 


N 




H 


2 


1/29/82 


B 1 


p 


N 


= 51 


H 


? 


2/02/82 


A 1 1 




N 




s 


'■> 


2/02/82 


A 7 




N 




M 


? 


4/07/82 


A 7 




N 


851 


H 


7 


4/21/32 


A 9 




N 




H 


/ 


6/10/82 


A 16 




N 


851 


<; 


/ 


6/21/»2 


3 1 






1157 


H 




6/23/82 


A 14 




N 


»51 


H 


7 


5/23/32 


3 1 




N 




H 




6/25/82 


E 1 




N 


1 41 


H 


> 


6/25/82 


A 9 


p 


A 




S 


/ 


3/25/82 


C 1 




N 


F30 


S 


/ 


6/26/"2 


A 3 




N 




H 


' 


6/27/82 


C 5 




N 




H 




6/27/82 


D I 


p 


N 


A54 


H 


^ 


6/27/B2 


7 




( 




H 


'f 


6/30/82 


A 1 




N 


A54 


<; 




6/30/92 


A 1 


p 


N 


1157 


H 


2 


7/01/82 


a 1 






ASA 



640- M0NTMLT/4NNU4L INDEX 3r NAMES ""f??,/!! 

1/01/82 - U/31/92 1/17/33 

S I T 

N E = L » 

P OATE C PG L = 9YL 

3n.4E =4CKS LESRY IN RUNOFF FOS SHERIFF H 2 X'lH'iS? f } , ,"1 ttk 

HOST -fONEY SPENT Is RACE =0» DISTRICT ATTORNEVS SEAT S | 7/12/32 A 1 = N FJO 

SOME ENCO'SSE't'NT SURPRISES ALLEN S 2 7/12/92 C I N U57 

HEARING SET FOR AUG. 2'. ON TrfJEATS H | f/l2/!2 A 9 N 

MAN AC;JITTF3 OF THREATENING SHERIFF CANDIDATE H 2 a/2S/?| ; , !, " "i 

MAN AC3UITTED OF HARASSING CAXDIDATE S 2 3/21/J| <- 12 'I 

DISTRICT ITTDRNEY'S OFFICE DUE CHANGE " 2 9/08/O2 A «. L 

SOWEN. AVIS LONG „ , =/„■./«, r o o 

OSITUARY H 2 9/03/92 C R C 

'OWEN. OLIFTCN L. ( C"APEL HILL) ^/,,/a, . ,a 

39ITUARV " 2 './29/62 A IB 

3QWEN, F!>«AXP C. (SER.I - , ,,,,,,, -,,,!, 

TAKES OATH OF OFFICE S 2 R/23/?,: ^ 14 ' = 

LOWERS. LELA mORNE IUNION CO.) ^ , ,,-,,, = , . , i « 

SENTENCE GIVEN IN TRAFFIC DEATH " 2 2/24/32 a 13 N 

■"""'gIRlJ^IC. INJURED IN ACCIDENT HAS CHRISTMAS 2 JEEKS LATE H 2 l/OR/92 A 5 N 

30WERS. "ARGARET •*. "DIANA" ,/,i/o, a 1 », tci 

Sunt raps jay seats are filled " | }^,\i^M r } 2 11} 

SEARCH FOR CITY CLERK EXPECTED TO RESUME SOON H 2 */21/e2 CI ^ "I 

SEARCH FOB NE. CITY CLE°K INa UOES POLICY SCRUTINY S 2 'r/Zb/BZ C 1 N K90 

GOOD HELP HARD TO FIND » | t'/ll'/l^ It N SSI 

CIVIC CENTER VOTE SET JUNE 10 "2 J/29/32 A 1 N S5l 

SO-ERS IS CITY CLERK 5 2 »/2?/?' 'z \ ), 

DURHAX CITY CLERK SMORN IN H 2 5/34/82 3 1 P P C56 

»0WE5t kATSON a. jr. ICHAPEL HILLI ^ , a,,o/o-. « z. i 

FOOTBALL PLAYERS DESERVE ALL They Can GET H 2 9/29/32 A 4 L 

-°''"--5;Ll°"''2AN"bRilVES SINGLE-ENGINE »LANE CRASH S 2 |/05/3| A I ^J S33 

PILOT SURVIVES 'LANE CRASH " 2 3/06/32 3 1 = N 

°°'"--55l^tl!RY'- '■^"'°° '""■'•"°''0"<i^' H 2 10/29/32 C 8 

»0«LES. HARGROVE "SKIPPER- _ „ , s,,„,o, = ^ >. 

ONC ALU"NI HONOR FIVE FOR SERVICE " 2 5/2?/32 3 6 N 

FOWLING, J. C. MRS. 

ANTI-A30RTI0N LETTERS PROPAGANDA 



2 5/29/32 A 4 L 



30HLING. JAMES THOMAS (BAHAMA) ^ , , •■ / o 5 . S N 

OFFICIALS SEARCHING FDR TEEN S 2 6/23/B2 A 5 N 

'OWLING, JOE u , in/ll/B7 r 1 N 

THREE MEN SHOT " 2 10/31/82 C 1 N 

30MLING. JOSEPH JUNIOR III „ , ,./,,./o-, • = m 

34-YEAR-OLD HIT, P03BED ALONG ROAD H | J/14/92 J | ^ 

84-YEAR-OLO MAN HIT, RO53E0 | | ,?^U/2- X I ^^ 

SHOOTING VICTIMS AT DUKE HOSPITAL S 2 ll/Ol/St A 5 N 

'<OWLING, STEAOMAN IROUGEMONTl , „ , ./,•,, = •. a i m 

2 CHAPGEO «ITH SHOOTING INTO PERSON DEPUTY'S HOME H 1 J/23/32 3 1 N 

SHOOTING INTO HOME WON'T ■?£ DISCUSSED S 2 4/26/32 3 1 N 

°°'"-'oi;T3iRY"" """^ H 2 2/19/82 A 14 

aOHMAN, ARTHUR (BAHAMA) , ,. ,„„,„, , 

DRIVER IN CRASH ARRESTED AGAIN H 2 ll/0|/|2 A o N 

MAN CHARGED -ITH DUI AGAIN S 2 11/09/82 AS N 

MAN'S 30NO 5£T HIGHER " 2 (^53/11 » 4 n 

SOND CHANGED !N 2 DUI CASES " 2 11/13/92 A 3 N 

= OWMAN. 3AREARA (ARCHD4LE) „ , c,,,-, . , „ 

PASTOR'S alCOW FILES S2 MILLION LAWSUIT H 1 5/14/82 3 1 N 

= OV.HAN. JERRY D. (R0X30R0I „ , t,/i-./ = i7 a -r v. 

THO KILLED IN ONE-CAR ACCIDENTS H 2 9/13/82 3 7 N 

'OWHAN, ShIRLEY ^ , ,/,-,o, r i b c --ct 

SHE'S RIGHT AT HOME COOKING FDR CROWDS H 2 4/15/32 C 1 » F j56 

'OWHAN. WILLIE 3DELL ""ILL" REV. (ARChOALEI =,,,/ = , a i v, 

PASTOR'S WIDOW FILES 12 MILLION LAWSUIT H 1 5/14/32 3 1 N 

lOwK^N. EDGAP PETERS „ , ,,,ai«-> 1 ION rsi 

ART DIRECTOR GETS TOE-HCLO " f |/l?'|2 \ i ° J ^" 

N.C. "USEUM OF ART IS CLOSED =0R "OVE H 2 9/01/92 3 5 N 

=?OWSFR, CHARLES „ , ,/,o,a5 r i N rs7 

3".SE» GOING TO "?EST PLACE' " 2 t/79/ll a 1 o n raI 

DUKE DRAFTEES READY FOR PROS 5 2 4/29/82 3 1 " N R66 

»OWYER, ALLEN F. DR. t/,Q/o, « k N 

DOCTOR OUESTIDNS USE OF HEART DRUG " 2 6/23/32 A 6 N 

''°''' aufDBIVER ROLICIES DIFFER S 2 '/13/'| ^ ' ^J -"^ 

THE WAY THINGS ARE " 2 11/D4/82 3 1 D U 

'="• ^?Ttu«y^" -^ 2 11/18/82 A 26 

^OYCF, CECIL WILLIAM JR. (NORFOLK, VA.l e/16/OR .in 

thief ATTACKS. R09S WOMAN S | l/ii/H r 1 N 

POLICE Charge two men in break -in on 3culevaro h i 5/16/8Z c i n 

'two SAY SHOOTINGS RESEMBLED MANEUVER " 2 4/22/82 A 7 N 

90V0. -'URPHY R. k/37/07 A 1 N 

ARSON CAUSE DF DAMAGE AT RESIDENCE „^ S 2 iS^JI^Ii ? ? N <;'ii 

2 APPLY FOR COUNCIL SEAT, INCLUDING FORMER -E-SER H 2 10/09/92 A 1 N S5I 

TWO SEEK COUNCIL SEATS | 2 10/09/82 A 3 N K9C 

COU-CIL SEAT VACANCY WILL 5E =ILLED SOON S 2 lD/ll/92 CI ^ <9C 

SPLIT SEEN IN COUNCIL SELECTION 5 2 10/12/82 =1 N K90 

WARD SEAT APPLICANTS INTERVIEWED __ "2 lO/lJ/92 j; I ^ "' 

CONTRASTING PHILOSOPHIES MARK COUNCIL APPLICANTS J 2 iS'Clt'/o, . N K90 

WARD 6 SEAT CANDIDATE TO 3E N> MED MONDAY S 2 JO/IJ/^? A 1 N K9D 

COUNCIL-EN TO DISCUSS REPLACE-ENT TONIGHT S 2 }0/l|/-^ CI l <90 

SOYO WON'T SEEK SEAT AGAIN 5 2 10/19/32 A 1 N <90 

aOYO 30WS OUT OF CONTEST FOR SEAT " 2 lD/20/=2 3 1 N S5l 

90?0'S COUNCIL =IDFMLS: CANDIDATE for ,»rd 6 SEAT H 2 10/19/92 A I P N S5l 
■iOYER, ERNEST DR. (WASHINGTON, O.C.I 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



NAMES 



PACE 33 
1/17/83 



REALISTIC COU'JSES ABE USGEO Tl HELP LOWER DROPOUT RATE 

^OVE't RICHARD (CONCORD. MASS. I 

TWO AUTHORS WANT TO LIVE IN •"EST PLACE' 

■JOVKIN. AUDREY 

PROGRAM ENRICHES STUDENTS' SU"MER 

■iOYKIN. 0ERJR4H 

FHLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

■^OYLES. HARLAN 

TWO N.C. OFFICULS PUSH FOR 1-CENT SALES TAX HIKE 
BGYLES: TI1E '0 REALIGN FINANCING OF SCHOOLS 
AIROORT BONO ISSUE ENDORSED 
SDYLES BACrtS PRHPOSED A"£ND>'ENT 
BHYLES TO ADDRESS LUNCHEON 

''OVLES. RAUL EDGAR 

DEATH SAID SELF-INFLICTED 

O'^I TUARY 

GRITUARY 

BRACCO. PPAL MAE MURRAY I BURL INGTO"! I 
SPOTTED FEVER CITED IN DEATH 
DOCTORS TRYING TO DETERMINE CAUSE OF WOMAN'S DEATH 

BRAOBURYt GUY 

RESTAURANT '<ANAGER IS ROBBED 

BRADFORD. ?ETTY 

SMALL CLAIMS SUIT 



A TRYING EXPERIENCE 



( ROX'IOROI 

'I DON'T PLAN ON BEING A FIGUREHEAD.. 



"RAOLEY, GAIL S. 

WELL-PREPARED CANDIDATE 

MRS. BRADLEY, ACTIVE IN WOMEN' S GROUPS 

oPAOLEY SERVICES SET 

BRADLEY SET FINE EXAMPLE 

3RA0LEY, KENNETH 

FIRE DAMAGES MQTEL ROOM 

"RADLEY. MIKE 

GRUMBLES ON THE GREENS muefED OCI FUN 

"raoley, scott 

bradley's strides could take -i i m away from yanks 
bradley moves up ouickly 

'^radshaw, frank 

man believed hit-run victim 
body found near highway 

oradshaw. "inerva paul 
obituary 

"raoshaw. thomas 

3ra0shah takes panel post 

?radsha«. willie 

sports low on arena's list of uses 

prep notes: b'aoshaw, 3lake honored 

"ill middle school 6th-graders play against junior high teams? 

br^oster clubs thriving at county high schools 

administrative oqles keeping = x-coach bradshaw hopping 

prep notes 

^radsher. anna 
obituary 

^radsher. Charles o. 

09ITUARY 

BRAO'^hER. T'ARCY w. 
ROxeORO MAYOR: 

"RADSHER. LILLIA KERNOCLE ( HILL SBOR OUGH I 
OPITUARY 

BRADY. CHUCK (HAW PIVERI 

SLIDE SHOW FJCUSES ON POLLUTED haw 

RIVER'S 'VIBRANT LIFE' GIVES JAY TO POLLUTION 

^RAOY. TH0MA5 

NEW TRIAL IS ORDERED IN 1979 ASSAULT CASE 
CHARGES TO BE DROPPED IN CASE 
INNOCENT INMATE FREE AFTER 3 YEARS 

^RAGG. LOIS A. 

LOIS "RAGG WINS AWARD 

BRAIBANTI, RAL'H DR. 

•WE LOOK TO EAST FOR THE STRUCTURAL ORIGINS OF BOOKS- 
SOME AT OUKE RAP ISLAMIC CENTER 
DUKE ISLAMIC CENTER COMING UNDER FIRE 

BRAINARD. OANIEL K. (GREENSBORO) 

TWO N.C. BUSINESSMEN ARE GRANTED NEW TRIAL 

ORAMflN. MARY ANN AND NED 

THEY DON'T GO OUT FOR CHINESE MEAL 

3RAME. JAMES BALLARD JR. 

ACCOUNTING FIRM MOVES INTO NEW OFFICES 

BRAME. JAMES SMERwOOn 

OURMA" WOMAN HELD IN BOYFRIEND'S DEATH 

G='ITUARY 

POLICE CHARGE VICTIM'S r,IRL = RI£NO IN SLAYING AT MERRICK STREET APT. 

DURHAM WOMAN BOUND OvFR IN SLAYING 

GRAND JURY TO DECIDE ON MAN'S INDICTMENT 

^RAME. RANDY 

LEADERS SEEK CRIME STOPPERS START 

BRAME, ROBERT HAL 

P'lSONE" °ULLS gun on ORANGE OE°UTIES. FL^ES 

SEaCCH CONTIMIES for MAN WHO = SCAPED AT GUNPOINT 

WOMAN CHARGED IN ORISONER'S ESCAPE FROM ORANGF DEPUTIES 

CHATTANOOGA POLICE =>ICK UP WO* AN SOUGHT IN AIDING ESCAPE 

WOMAN SUSPECT IN ORAME ESCAPE BOOKED IN TENN. 

YATES FACES EXTRADITION HEARING ON MaRCH 12 

OFFICIALS WON'T PROSECUTE WOMAN IN MAN'S ESCAPE 

WOMAN'S HEARING TODAY 

YATES HEARING IS APRIL ^ 

HEARING PUT OFF IN CHATTANOOGA 



N E 
P 


DATE 


E 
C 


PG 


[I 


■>YL 


H 2 


5/19/82 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


3/05/R2 


A 


16 


N 




S 2 


*/30/e2 


c 


1 


N 


EOS 


H 2 


2/16/92 


3 


I 


U 




S 2 

H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
M 1 


l/08/°2 
l/U/82 
2/13/P2 
5/12/92 
12/11/82 


A 
A 

3 

c 

3 


I 
10 

1 
14 

1 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




S 2 

H 2 
H 2 


1/26/82 
1/27/82 
1/28/82 


A 
5 
C 


5 

9 

16 


N 






H 2 
H 1 


5/12/82 
5/13/82 


A 
B 


8 
1 


N 
N 




H 2 


',/18/B2 


A 


4 


N 




H 2 


11/17/82 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


10/21/92 
I /30/92 
1 /30/82 
12/01/82 


A 
B 
C 
A 


4 
9 
6 
4 


L 

P 

E 




H 2 


1/03/92 


c 


3 


N 




H 2 


8/15/82 


B 


7 


N 


P07 


H 2 
S J 


',/03/92 
'./03/82 


B 

A 


1 

A 


P N 
» U 


M71 
R66 


H 2 
S 2 


9/25/82 
9/25/92 


A 

A 


11 

12 


N 

N 





H 2 3/02/82 3 



H 2 2/11/82 A ID 



7 


2/19/32 


r 




N 


S91 


7 


4/10/92 


A 




N 




7 


4/24/82 


( 




N 


W?4 


? 


6/20/S2 


II 




N 


A/0 


7 


9/09/82 


1 




N 


( <h 


2 


9/08/82 





2 


> U 


C09 



H 2 1/26/92 a 



H 2 2/01/92 3 



H 1 1/28/92 3 I R F L30 
H 2 7/21/92 A 13 



H 2 



3/20/32 C 1 N L30 
4/29/92 3 I N 



2 7/22/92 
2 7/24/92 
2 a/02/92 



21 
3 



S 2 9/19/82 A 12 



H 2 5/02/92 
H 2 5/31/92 9 
5 2 5/31/82 A 



H 2 10/09/92 A 5 N 

H 2 12/02/92 C I 9 F M95 

S 2 12/19/92 A 2 P N 



s 


7 


2/05/92 


A 


1 


N 


IIS7 


H 


7 


2/06/92 


A 


1 / 


•I 




H 


7 


2/06/92 


-1 


1 


N 




H 


7 


5/14/82 


H 


1 


N 


961 


s 


2 


5/14/92 


C 


9 


M 




s 


2 


5/29/92 


C 


1 


N 




H 


7 


3/03/92 


A 


1 


o ^| 


X?"! 


s 


7 


3/03/82 


A 


1 


P N 


iisr 


H 


7 


3/04/82 


F 


I 


N 


A54 


s 


7 


3/04/92 


A 


1 


N 


U57 


H 


7 


3/05/32 


A 


1 


N 


A54 


s 


7 


3/05/32 


A 


1 


N 




s 


7 


3/11/82 


A 


1 


N 


MS 1 


H 


7 


3/12/92 


A 


1 ? 


N 




s 


/ 


3/12/92 


(. 


1 


N 




H 


2 


3/13/92 


3 


12 


N 





MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



P4GE 34 
1/17/83 



H4N GETS 40 YSARS POR R'^BSERY 

3 DURHA" OEOPLE ARRESTED IN MARCH PRISONER'S ESCAPE 

4 MORE CHARCEO !n BRA-E ESCAPE 

3 A0RESTE3 =0R HELPING IN ESCAPE 

ALLEN: S3I TO SE ASKED TO ENT^R ESCAP? PRQ3E 

JAILER ACCUSED OF SELLING GUN 

JAILER INCIDENT SPARKS CONFLICT 3ETUEEN POLICE. SHERIFF'S STAFF 

CENTRAL CELL SEARCHED IN ESCAPE INVESTIGATION 

DURHAM POLICE SEARCH IN-ATE'S CELL 

«CMAN DENIES HELPING PRISONER TO ESCAPE 

WHY THE UElay, sheriff? 

HOOLBRIC-HT case HAD THE EFFEC OF SHREDDING ALLEN'S RUNOFF 510 

CHARGES DISMISSED AGAINST 3 IN ESCAPE CASE 

CHARGES OF ainiNG ESCAPE DISMISSED — 3UT 'WITH LEAVE' 

'RAME, «ILLIAP aOYD 

HOSPITAL SEEKS DISMISSAL OF SUIT ay jLUE CROSS 

RRAMHAM. MiLLIAM G. I JUDGE 1 

LA.YER "AOE POINT. BUT A LITTLE TOO LATE 

BRANCH. ADRIAN 

ACC HONORS "JNC'S WORTHY 

BRANCH EARNS HIGH HARKS IN ROOKIE YEAR 

BRANCH. JOHN 

5 TAR HEELS HAVE BEEN SECRETARY OF NAVY 

BRANCH, JOHN (CARTOONIST! 

FRO" Chapel hill to cairo 

BRANCH, JOSEPH 

TOP STATE JUDGESHIPS ATTRACTING CANDIDATES 

CAMERA'S USE IN COURTROOM RAISES DOUBTS. SAYS BRANCH 

KIVETT 3EMQVED FROM BENCH UNTIL ALLEGATIONS RESOLVED 

ORANCh. WALLACE IhENDERSON) 

FIVE PERSONS ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

BRANDON, LERCY CHENCERSONI 

FIVE PERSONS ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

BRANDON. THOMAS B. 

NINE PEOPLE FILE FOR CONGRESS 

IRANOSTETTFR, MJChAEL (CHAPEL HILLl 

3 ROB MAN OF «10G 

RRANDT, EDWARD N. JR. 

U.S. HEALTH COMPLEX JOINS THE CROWD AT RTP — AT LAST 
DEDICATION IS FRUITION OF 'LONG JOURNEY' 

BRANDT, GIL (DALLAS COWBOYS I 

DUKE'S VISIT TO DALLAS. BRANDT PLAYED INTEGRAL ROLE IN SEARCH 

»RANNQN. ANTHONY 

MISTRIAL RULING BRINGS mjhoER TRIAL TO HALT 

BRANNCN DECLARES -ISTRIAL IN -JRDER CASE 

DURHAM JUDGES SUPPORT KAREN GALLOWAY 

C^UPT DENIES "ID TD KEEP 3USES ROLLING AT NIGHT 

TSXIBUSES BEGIN EVENING SERVICE ROUTES IN DURHAM 

CONFESSION 'HROWN OUT BY JUDGE 

JUDGE: PHOTO NOT ENDORSEMENT 

JUDGE SAYS HE'S NOT ENDORSING EDWARDS 

COU»T UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING 

COURT'S INTERPRETATION UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING 

JUDGE 0''D = RS T SEIZED GUNS TO BE RETURNED 

SUSPECT ordered: STAY HOME 

MAN PUT UNDER HOUSE ARREST 

SUSPENDED SENTENCE GIVEN IN MAN'S DEATH 

PUNISHMENT HELPS. BUT DOESN'T SOLVE PROBLEM 

D'uNK'^N-DPIVING PROPOSAL NEEDS WORK, JUDGE SAYS 

STRONG OUI LAWS URGED 

aRANNON. JULIA 

y-jCa' C!"alITION HIRES NEW SHB.TER COORDINATOR 

ARANNON. WARREN C. (BURLINGTON) 

AAQRTTDN LETTER 'LACEO WITH HATRED' 

^RANSCOMS. LEWIS M. DR. 

BPANSCDMB TO SPEAK AT GRADUATION 
MATH SCHOOL SETS FIRST COMMENCEMENT 

'RANTLEY. EipL 

w(^rker satisfactory 

man pinned under duke hospital transit car 

brantley. jeffrey dr. 

helpline like all-volunteer crisis service 
hflpline Class graduates 

brantley, john 

NE- airline will offer LOW-COST SERVICE AT RDU 

BRANTLEY NAMED o DU HEAD 

3PANTLEY Ch"SEN airport OIRECOR 

RDU SEEKS TO CUT TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

RPU RUNWAY WORK STAYS AHEAD 0^ SCHEDULE 

LDwFR OEBT "EXPECTED FHR RUNWAY 

RDU PLANS NEW TCwER; BETTER FDR NEW RUNWAY 

"RANTLEY, RANDY LEE 

AUTO WRECK INJURES MAN 

'RA.NTLEY, Theresa irenee 

DURHAM WOMAN FACES Charges in death at bar 

ROUGEMCNT WOMAN SHOT DEAD AT ^ AR 

=RASH£AR, ROBERT DR. 

RENOVATED library: A TREASURY OF DATA 

BRASWELL, ARLAND 

MAN HELD IN 3ANK RC3SERY 
DURHAM "AN HELD IN ROBBERY 
MEN ARRESTED 

BRASUELL. BILLY RUDOLPH (PITT CO.I 
DEPUTY WOUNDED; wIFE KILLED 

"RASWELL. =RANK (PENLANOI 

4 N.C. NAZIS FILE LAWSUIT AGAINST GOVERNMENT 

RRASWELL. JA"ES 

MEN JAILED IN ROBBERY 

3RASHELL. LILLIE MAE STANCIL (PITT CO.I 



? 


4/23/S2 


A 1 


r N 


"SI 


? 


i/ZlliZ 


A 


N 




/ 


6/2B/P2 


A 


N 


M-il 


7 


o/23/=2 


r 


N 




p 


7/03/R2 


3 


N 


A'j4 


? 


7/14/02 


A 


N 


A')4 


? 


7/15/?2 


A 


N 


AS4 


7 


7/2D/P2 


ri 


^l 


RBI 


/ 


7/20/?2 


A 


N 




1 


7/2I/»2 


3 


N 


B'.l 


' 


7/24/B2 


A 


L 




7 


9/08/32 


A 


e 


A SI 


? 


la/15/B2 


r. 


N 




2 


10/15/32 


3 


N 


"SI 



H 

H 2 6/l'»/82 A 9 N 

H 2 6/27/82 C I P U L57 



S 2 3/02/°2 3 3 N 

H 2 3/05/32 C 1 P F M71 



S 2 3/04/82 A 7 F J50 
H 2 4/12/92 B 1 P U S36 



H 2 1/05/92 A 12 N 
S 2 a/04/=>2 C 12 P N 
M 2 10/05/82 A 1 N 



H I 2/05/92 3 1 

H I 2/05/92 3 1 

H 1 5/07/82 B 1 

S 2 <5/20/»2 A 5 



H 2 11/16/92 A 
S 2 11/16/82 C 



H 2 12/09/92 D 



1 9 N 330 



H 7 


1/19/92 


3 




N 


B5I 


S 2 


1/19/92 


r 




N 




H 7 


2/13/92 


B 




N 


B'jl 


H 7 


2/16/32 


A 




N 


B51 


S 7 


2/16/92 


A 




N 


K90 


H 2 


2/19/92 


A 




N 




H 7 


3/31/92 


B 


1 P N 




S ? 


3/3 1/92 


A 




N 




H 7 


4/15/82 


p 




N 


Bpl 


S 7 


4/15/52 


A 


1 ' 


N 




S 7 


4/15/92 


A 


1 < 


N 




H 7 


4/27/82 


(. 




N 




S 7 


4/27/82 


1 




N 




S 7 


4/28/92 


c 


\ 1 


N 




S 2 


7/06/82 


A 








H 2 


12/09/=2 


A 


1 .' 


N 


"SI 


S 2 


12/03/92 


c 


1 


N 


FID 



H 2 11/05/92 3 2 9 F M95 



S 2 6/19/S2 A 



S 2 5/06/92 A 3 
H 2 5/12/92 B 1 



S 2 4/02/R2 C 1 
H 2 4/03/92 C I 



S 2 11/29/82 C 1 



s 


2 


12/04/B2 


A 


3 


N 


M23 


s 


7 


3/10/92 


r 




N 


SB3 


s 


? 


9/17/92 


A 




N 


<9n 


H 


7 


9/18/92 


A 


1 




H60 


H 


7 


11/17/82 


B 




N 


H60 


s 


7 


1/17/82 


L 




N 


SHI 


H 


7 


2/03/82 


B 




N 


H6» 


H 


2 


12/09/32 


B 




N 


H60 



H 2 3/07/82 A 11 



S 2 12/04/32 A I 
H 2 12/05/92 C 1 



H 2 9/19/92 A 20 P N W36 



S 2 9/27/92 C 1 
H 2 9/29/92 9 5 
H 2 9/29/92 A 9 



H 2 9/29/°2 A 9 
S 2 4/Dl/"2 A 2 
H 2 11/02/92 A 2 



'S^Q- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 3Y NAMES 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 






PAGE 15 
1/17/83 






N E 
P 


DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 




DEPUTY WOUNDED; KIFE KILLED 


H 2 


9/29/82 A 


9 


N 




BR4SWELL. MAumCE (JUDGE) 

rnP STATE JUDGESHIPS ATTRACTIN'G CANDIDATES 

30ND ISSUES POQMOTEn 

PROPOSED <.-YEAR TERMS SOUNDLY DEAFEATED 

TWO RUNOFFS POSSIBLE FOP COURT OF APPEALS 

a»ASwELL XAY GET EARLY APPOINTMENT 
NMATES WHO TOOK HOSTAGES GET LONG PRISON SENTENCES 
HREE INMATES SENTENCED FOR TAKING HOSTAGES 

BOASWFLL APPOINTED TO COURT 


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


1/05/82 A 

2/12/B2 B 

6/30/82 A 

7/01/82 A 

7/03/82 3 

10/19/82 A 

10/20/82 A 

11/04/82 A 


12 
1 

11 
6 
1 
1 
6 

18 


N 1 

N 1 

N 

N 

N ! 

N 

N 

N 




9RA5WELL. "ICHAEL 

1 AORESTED IN CAR CHASE 

ONE HURT. ONE ARRESTED IN CHASE 


S 2 

H 2 


l/3n/82 A 
l/31/'>2 C 


1 

1 


•I K90 
N M51 




=IRASHELL. PATSY (PENLANOI 

4 N.C. MA2I5 FILE LAwSUIT AGAINST GOVERNMENT 


S 2 


4/01/82 A 


2 


N 




"RASWELL. ROBERT ALLEN "RUSTY" JR. (UNION CO. 1 
SENTENCE GIVEN IN TRAFFIC DEATH 


H 2 


2/24/82 A 


13 


N 




9RATT6N, JOHNNIE (GRIFTONI 

2 TAR HEELS AMONG 5 MEN KILLED IN TOWER COLLAPSE 


H 2 


12/09/82 C 


19 


N 




1RAUN. ANTHONY ("ORGANTONl 

MAN ACCUSED OF MAILING RATTLESNAKE 
SNAKE CASE MAY GO TO TRIAL 
RUTTLESNAKE CASE 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


7/22/82 A 
11/25/82 B 
11/30/82 C 


21 

2 
5 


N 
N 

N 




•IRAUN, JOHN 

NEW WALK-IN CLINIC OFFERS MEDICAL AID AT ODD HOURS 


H 2 


1/31/82 C 


2 


P F S56 




»R«UN. MARILYN (GREEMSBOROI 

CIVIL DEFENSE OFFICIAL SAYS NO PLAN EXISTS 
CIVIL DEFENSE PLANS CALLED UNWORKABLE 


H 1 
H 2 


1/13/82 B 
4/23/82 A 


1 

13 


N 
P N 




■"RAUN, SUE 

•HOW TQ COMMIT CRIME- 


H 2 


6/25/82 A 


5 


L 




BRAY. MARY S. (ORANGE CO.I 

FOUR FAMILIES SEEK REFUND FROM SCHOOL FOUNDATION 
4 FAMILIES AWARDED «19.856 IN SCHOOL SUIT 


Si 


9/09/82 A 
12/22/82 C 


7 
1 


N 

N 




=REAKFTELO. LIB3Y (CHAPEL HILLI 

MICE, 3URGLARS: IT'S ALL CONFJSING 


S 2 


a/16/82 C 


1 


N W3S 




PRECKENR IDGE. MILLARD SHERIDAN 
EX-UNC LAW PROFESSOR DIES 

M. S. aoECKENR IDGE. PROF. LEGAL ADVISER 
ONE OF THE GENTLE GIANTS 


S 2 

H 2 
H 2 


8/24/82 B 
3/25/82 C 
a/27/82 A 


1 
6 

4 





E 




DRESDEN, LOUIS 

•FA-OUS AMOS' AND 'OUIET LOUIS' REACH SUPER BOWL 
EX-CENTPAL STANDOUT HAS SUPER STORY 


S 2 

H 2 


1/21/82 C 
1/24/82 3 


3 
3 


P F R66 
P F S91 




9REEDL0VE, FRANCES (SPRING LAKE) 

GROUP TACKLES DRUNKEN DRIVING 


H 2 


3/01/82 A 


8 


N 




5REEDL0VF, LESTER (ROUGEMONT) 

SECURITY NEEDED FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 


H 2 


5/02/82 D 


5 


L 




BREEZE. JEPRILES (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 


H 2 


2/20/82 8 


6 







9RFISACHFR, GEORGE (CHARLOTTE) 

•"UTT AND JEFF' CARTOON TO CaEBRATE 75TH BIRTHDAY 


H 2 


11/07/82 C 


5 


N 




BRENNAN, LOUISE (REP.I 

PANEL OKS REOISTRICTING PLAN 


H 2 


2/06/82 8 


1 


N G53 




ORENNEMAN. TERYL RENEE 
OBITUARY 


H 2 


11/29/82 a 


3 







'RFSHEARS. RALPH 

DOWNTOWN RAMAOA SOLD 


H 2 


10/09/82 B 


1 


N 




"RESLIN, JIMMY 

WASHINGTON OinN'T INVENT CIVIL RIGHTS 
A FEDERAL PROBLEM 


H 2 
H 2 


1/31/82 
1/31/82 D 


4 
4 


1 




BRESSLER, ELIZABETH BURGESS 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 


H 2 

H 2 


10/17/82 C 
10/18/82 6 


4 
7 








BRETTLER. JACK 3. (FRANKLIN) 

HELMS CHOICE WON'T GET POSITION 


S 2 


2/23/82 A 


8 


N 




"REWBAKER. CAREY LEWIS 

FORMER DHS, 'PACK COACH DIES 

•NOW CAREY 9REWBAKER IS TRUE GRIT TO ME' 


S 2 

H 2 


11/17/82 
11/21/82 B 


2 

2 



P F C36 




BREwER. EDNA PARROTT 
OBITUARY 


H 2 


5/22/82 a 


5 







BREWER. JAMES THOMAS (CHARLOTTE) 

INMATE CAPTURED FOLLOWING CHASE 


H 2 


3/27/82 A 


9 


N 




BREWER. MjRY ANN 

STATE PASSING RATE RISES TO 91 » 


H 2 


9/22/82 a 


1 


N B30 




BREWINGTON. PEARL INE 

JURY SELECTED FOR '79 STABBING DEATH CASE 

RUSSELL TRIAL BEGINS TODAY 

DEFENDANT IMPLICATED IN FATAL STABBING CASE 

WEATHER POSTPONES MURDER TRIAL 

STORM DELAYS RUSSELL MURDER TRIAL 

2 CHARGED WITH FIRING INTO HOME 

MISTRIAL RULING BRINGS "UROER TRIAL TO HALT 

?J,J="!!PI! OECLA»ES MISTRIAL IN -uROER CASE 

R08BINS GETS JS-^S YEARS ON 4 CHARGES 

ROBBINS GETS A5-YEAR SENTENCE FOR PART IN MURDER. ROBBERIES 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

Si 

H 2 

H 2 
S 2 


1/12/82 B 
/12/82 B 
/13/82 3 
/13/82 C 
/14/82 8 

1/17/32 C 
/19/g2 a 
/19/82 3 

4/02/82 3 

4/02/82 A 


1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
I 
5 


N S51 

N 

N 851 

N 

N 351 

N 

N 351 

N 

N 851 

N 




BREWSTER, ' IMGMAN 

DUKE CENTER DEDICATION SET 
DUKE WILL DEDICATE BRYAN CENTER 
DUKE DEDICATES ITS 'LIVING ROOM' 
OUKE DEDICATES =RYAN CENTER 
REASONS FOR LEARNING 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


2/14/82 C 
2/25/82 A 
2/27/82 A 
2/27/82 A 
3/06/82 A 


1 N 
6 N 
1 P N W66 

3 P N F30 

4 E 




BREXLE", MICHAEL K. (CHAPEL HILL) 
SUGGESTION PROFITS '"AN, STATE 
3EST KINO OF COST CONTROL 


H 2 
S 2 


9/16/82 C 12 
9/20/82 A 4 


N 

E 




BREZHNEV. LEONID 

DIFFERING VIEWS ON ARMS TALKS (CARTOON) 


H 2 


3/19/82 A 


4 T T R56 





"-""■^"■miirinmirm 



MONTHLY/AN 



NU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



Bi^EZHNEV: 'THC GQOO DIE YOUNG.' (CJKTOON) 

3»PZHNEV DFTEN -TiKING 4 REST- AT HIS ilETREAT 

SUWIT MEETINGS 

A CIVILIZED EXCHANGE 

SOVIET PROMISES HOLLOW 

MR. BREZHNEV'S THREAT 

SDE7HNEV WITH PAINTING "WAR IS NOT HEALTHY..." (CARTOONI 

FCu"P"L!CY CriANGcS EXPECTED AFTER SOVIET LEADER'S DEATH 

BREZHNEV KNEW FEW BOUNDARIES 

WHEN A 'lOVIST LEADER DIES. INTRIGUE FOLLOWS 

BREZHNEV/CZFCHOSLOVAKIA/AFGHA'I ISTan (CARTOON) 

BREZHNEV'S DEATH USHERS IN TI'E OF UNCERTAINTY 

"RIC?. HENRY JAMES 

3 MORE INiICTFO IN 'COLCOR' PlOSe. 

FORMER DURHAM aOKAN CHARGED IN FRAUD SCHEME 

5RICE. LISA ANN (HILLSBOROUGHI 

3 MORE INDICTED IN 'COLCOR' P10SE 

FORMER DURHAM l,OMAN CHARGED IN FRAUD SCHEME 

"RIOGERS. G. FRANKLIN (CLARKTON) ,, .,.,, 

RFPRESENTATIVE nuT ON $75,000 BONO IN THREE BURNINGS 
TAYLOR SENTENCES WILL TOTAL 23 YEARS 

'RIOGES. EARTHA C. 

OUR CHILDREN HAVE ENOUGH PROBLEMS 

"RIDGES. HAZEL 
OBITUARY 

"RIDGES. MCCOY WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 

"RIDGES. PATRICIA ANN (RALSIGHI 

ANOTHER .OMAN SLAIN IN RALEIGH „,..,.,^c 

PSYCHIATRIST'S HELP ASKEO IN TWO RALEIGH KILLINGS 

"RIDWELL. JIM (S'lUAW VALLEY. CALIF. 1 

li^'O EXPEOITiON IS PLANNED TO TACKLE MOUNT EVEREST 

"RIGGS. OAvir Charles (grange co.i 

ORANGE SHERIFF CANDIDATE WAS ACCUSED IN '73 SUIT 

oRIGGS. JAMES E. "JIMMY" (RALEIGHI 
FORMER RALEIGH mayor DIES 

9RIGGS. RICKY LEON lAPEXI 

JURY INDICTS FORMER POSTMASTER 

"RIGHT. HQMEO 
OBITUARY 

"RIGMAN. JOSEPH WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 

"RINK, MICHAEL 

MAlONE WANTS DUI PLEA BARGAIN 
MALONE LOSES CLAIM TO PLEA BARGAIN 

"RINKLEY. CHARLES COY INORThSIDEI 

HUSBAND CHARGED IN DEATH OF GRANVILLE COUNTY WOMAN 



"RINKLEY. 
N.C. 



SA" G. 

MAN B04STEO ODO CHARACTERISTIC 



"RINKLEY. WANOA "ARRINGTON (NORTHSIDEI 

HUSBAND CHARGED IN DEATH OF GRANVILLE COUNTY WOMAN 

"RINSON. LES 

NCCU PROFESSOR'S ARTICLE PUBLISHED 

"RINSON. RHNALO RAY (NEW BERNJ 
OFFICERS REPORT SLOW CHASE 

"RISTOL. MARIE M. DR. 

RESEARCH REPORT MISLEADING 

"RITT, DAVID M. (JUOGEI 

N.C. JUDGE BRITT TO RETIRE 

RETIRING JUSTICE CITES COURTS' WORKLOAD 

"RITT, E. A. 

NFw LEADERS CHANGE UNION'S STYLE . ,,,^ 

STATE AFL-CIO Cr'NVENTION OPENS TODAY IN CHARLOTTE 
OEMf^CRATS CRITICIZE REAGAN 

'""^^priLIC^MAN K!LLrSELF'"4FTER "EING QUIZZED ABOUT PAL FUNDS 
FOLIC" "FFtCER "EARED PAL FUNDING CUTBACKS 
nOUIRY INTO FUNDS ALMOST COMPLETED 

Vint says state «orkE"S face .ayoffs OR pay CUTS 
parole bargain not kept 

»ritt, joe freeman 

oa opposing commutation of sentence 

"RITT. JOY WOOD 

JOY WOOD 9RITT TO BE HONORED AT DUKE MEETING 

"RITT, MARGARET CHOPL IN ISELMAI 
0"ITUARY 

"^ docfo=''helo not negligent in heart patient's car trip 
jury: 3ritt not negligent 

'""'^''Iritt to Challenge 6Th district rep. eugene johnston 
ncae "acks 5ritt in tith district 
coefy biggest sp=nosr in n.c. congress races 
boitt. johnston stress different issues 

JOHNSTON LOSES. hENDON trails 

"RITT. VICKY (CHAPEL HlLLl 
FIREMAN IS OVERCOME 

"RITT, ,1. EAPL (JUDGEI 

TWO RECFIVE LONG TERMS ON SLAVERY 

MAN SENTENCED IN SLAVERY CASE 

JUDGE DISMISSES PART OF LANDFILL SUIT 

EARLY RULING PROMISED ON PC3 LANDFILL SUIT 

MORE DELAYS FOOLISH IN "ISPOSAL OF "CSS 

OFFICIAL OATH STRUCK DOWN 



PAGE 3o 
l/lT/83 



N E 
P D 



DATE 



<./2'./S2 

<./25/B2 

5/12/82 

6/lA/n2 

6/25/92 

7/13/82 

11/10/82 

11/11/82 

11/12/82 

_ 11/12/82 

2 U/12/32 

2 ll/12/°2 



S t T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 3YL 

T T R56 
P U H^9 



R56 

EOS 
H^9 



H 2 10/21/82 
S 2 U/21/82 



ATT R56 



10/21/82 
10/21/82 



5/15/82 
10/28/82 



H 2 11/07/82 
H 2 6/22/»2 B 
H 2 3/27/82 C 



H 2 12/01/92 A 
H 2 l2/l'R/82 A 



H 1 2/13/82 B 

H 2 7/23/92 3 

H 2 3/02/82 B 

H 1 3/05/82 B 



4 P 

12 

u 

1 p 
1 



N 
N 
N M23 





H 


2 


9/21/92 3 


9 





H 


2 


5/05/82 A 


13 





H 
H 


2 
2 


5/05/82 3 
5/19/82 B 


I 
1 


N 351 
N 351 



H 2 7/26/82 3 

S 2 10/14/92 B 

H 2 7/26/92 3 

S 2 3/10/82 

H 2 2/2A/82 A 

H 2 11/23/82 A 



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



2 

13 P 



S 2 1/25/82 C 
H 2 9/17/82 B 
H 2 9/13/82 A 



H 2 3/04/82 A 
H 2 3/05/82 A 
H 1 3/25/82 6 



H 2 4/30/82 A 
H 2 5/20/82 A 



H 2 12/23/82 C 
M 2 11/14/92 D 
H 2 1/21/82 C 



H 2 4/03/82 B 
S 2 4/03/82 A 



4 P 

5 

5 





N "51 



H 2 4/05/82 A 

H I 5/22/»2 b 

H 2 10/25/"2 B 

H 1 10/26/82 3 

H 2 ll/03/»2 B 



12 
1 

5 P 
1 
5 



S 2 6/01/82 A 



H 2 2/03/92 A 

H 2 4/20/»2 A 

H 2 3/05/92 3 

S 2 3/05/92 A 

S 2 9/16/82 A 

S 2 9/09/32 C 



MONTHLY/4 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/32 - 12/31/82 



NAMES 



PAGE 37 
1/17/83 



DEFSNOSNT SArS HE WILL TESTIfv IN COLCDR CASE 

"^RITTf WIL?UR T. JR. (PANTHER 3RANC H TOWNSHIP) 

MIGRANT LASHR: ScRFDQ" OR FAR'^ER'S SALVATION? 

"RITTAINi JOHN T. ICHAPEL HILLI 
GBITUARV 

ilRITTAIN. LARRY SNTHONY ICARRBOROI 

2 ARRESTED IN aREAK-INS 

■SRITTAINi "ARK THOMAS IG'ANITE FALLSl 
YOUTH KILLE:" in AUTO WRECK 

3RITTIAM. SFFREM ZIMPALIST ICHAPEL HILLI 
TEEN CHARGED IN WRECK 
TEEN CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 

RROACH. PAUL WALKER 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRLG 3UST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C3UNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

"RCAOFOOT, WINSTON 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMAN WARNS ^F TAX INCREASE 

3R0ADF00T URGES LESS SPENDING 

3R0A0F00T dACKS BUS FARE HIKE 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMAN: TOWN LIBRARIES CHEATED 

COUNCIL CONTROL OF HOUSING PANEL PROPOSED 

CHAPEL "ILL 30AR0 SAID MISMANAGED 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMEN TO AIR HOUSING TAKEOVER 

PET RACCOONS: THEY LIVE A DOG' S LIFE IN CHAPEL HILL 

1R0A0IE. WILLIE 

ARSJN SUSPECTED IN HOUSE FIRE 
FIRE CAUSE SOUGHT 

•BROADWAY* ROD 

SLOAN HIRES ". ASSISTANTS 

aRO'OWAY, THREE OLE MISS COACHES JOIN SLOAN STAFF 

■IRnAOWAY, STAN C. 

AID DELAYS HIT SCHOOLS. STUDE>) TS 

?ROAnweL'-. CARLA J. 

WOMAN'S 30.MD IS INCREASED 
JU3GE RESETS 30ND TO tSO.OOO 
WOMEN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY 

3 CHARGED IN "BURGLARY GET BONO REDUCTIONS 
30NO REDUCED FOR 3 WOMEN 

■"ROADWELL. GROVER 5HEPHAR0 

MAN CONVICTED OF 'MUMMY MURDERS' 

MAN RECEIVES 3 LIFE TERMS FOR MURDERS 

"RCADWELL. WALTER LUTHER SR. 
OBITUARY 

BROADWICK, GEORGIA "TINY" 

HEW EXHIBIT HONORS FAMOUS NORTH CAROLINA WOMEN 

■IRCCK, ALEX K. 

brock: people JUST STARTING TT USE VOTING RIGHTS ACT 

PRIMARY ELECTION DATE OR DATES LEFT UP IN AIR 

ACT REGISTRATION CHALLENGED 

CANDIDATES CAN PETITION TO GET ON BALLOT 

REPUBLICAN SEEKS SEAT AFTER LEGISLATOR INDICTED 

VOTE-BUYING CHARGES WILL 3E PROBED 

RUNOFFS TO COST 1500.000 

YOUNGER VOTERS ARE INCREASING 

3R0CK, DEWEY CLIFTON (CHAPEL HILLI 
POOR TASTE? 

3R0DER. DAVID 

SPECIOUS ARGUMENT 

BROOER'S COLUMN SUPERFICIAL 

5R0DIE. H. KEITH H. DR. 

PSYCHIATRY PROFESSOR NAMED DU< E CHANCELLOR 
BROOIE LOOKS FORWARD TO DUTIES OF CHANCELLOR 
DUKE HAS SEEN BLESSED WITH GOOD CHANCELLORS 
DUKE NAMES DR. HQUPT ACTING CHAIRMAN OF DEPARTMENT 

■■RODIE. "ACKSON 

MAN F4CFS ASSAULT CHARGES 

MSN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT ON WOMAN AT DUKE UNIV. 

MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

MAN CHARGED IN JULY ASSAULT 

'ROOIE. TQM^itE 94LE IHENDERSONI 

FIVE PERSONS ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

''RODV, ARNOLD R. OR. 

CELLS' FIBER FEAST MAY SCAR LJNGS 

BROGDEN. BLACKWELL M, JR. 

wODLBPIGHT CASE HAD THE EFFECT OF SHREDDING ALLEN'S RUNOFF BID 
ATTORNEY SAYS WARD MAY HAVE SHED ASSETS 
STEPHENS TO KEEP FIVE OF EIGHT ASSISTANT DAS 
5 ASSISTANT DA'S TO STAY 

BROGHEN. CLAIBORNE E. 
OBITUARY 

"ROGDEN. JOE 

BROr.DEN JoriS VIKES 

NEi, COACH. GOALS IT SOUTH GRANVILLE 

3R0r,0EN TO LOSE COACHING DEBUT? 

BRCGDEN. LILLIAN ADDISON 
OBITUARY 

5R0GDEN, MiRV 

OFFICIALS MAKE PUSH FOR JUNE ID PRIMARY 

JUNE 29 PRIMARY DATE DELIGHTS ELECTION OFFICIAL IN DURHAM 

RULES EASED FOR VOTER SIGN-UPS 

DURHAM VOTER REGISTRATION ENDS MONDAY 

DURHAM VOTING PACE INCREASES CURING DAY 

ORnGOEN, WILLIS J. JR. 

BROGOEN'S WILL RULED INVALID 
JURY FINOS LAWYER'S WILL INVALID 

BROILI. SUSAN 

RESCUE AT SEA CREATES ONE WHALE OF A TALE 

BROITMAN. SELWYN A. 



DATE 
11/17/B2 

3/28/82 

6/0*/B2 

10/01/32 

1/31/82 



0/12/82 
6/12/82 



I 
L 

PG L 

5 

7 
12 

2 

15 

5 
lA 



S 2 

H 2 



6/04/82 4 I 
5/05/92 a 14 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 

H 2 



3/12/82 
3/15/82 
4/13/82 
5/22/82 
3/19/82 
8/13/82 
8/l<>/32 
10/0'>/<<2 



1/13/92 
1/13/82 



12 
1 
1 

10 
1 
6 

12 
1 



11 
11 



12/13/82 A 
12/14/82 3 



N W36 
N W36 



N W36 
N W36 



N H36 
F W36 



N F25 
N 



S 2 9/14/82 B 1 



H 2 1/21/32 A 23 N 

S 2 1/21/82 4 10 N 

H 2 5/28/82 A 2 N 

H 2 5/29/82 C 1 N 

S 2 5/29/82 A 13 N 



3/17/82 A 12 
3/19/82 B 6 



H 2 6/25/82 C 10 
S 2 3/04/82 D 3 N 



7 


3/n/82 


C 


1 I 


N 


/ 


hnz/iz 


A 


1 I 


N 


1 


4/30/82 


H 


1 


N 


■/ 


5/04/82 


A 


a 


N 




5/18/82 


4 


8 


N 


f 


6/24/82 


A 


7? 


N 


/ 


7/08/82 


r 


^ 


N 


2 


3/05/82 


B 


2 


N 



H 2 11/12/82 A 



H 2 l/Zb/BZ A 4 
H 2 5/28/82 A 4 



H 2 3/03/82 4 1 

S 2 3/03/82 4 I 

H 2 3/07/82 D 4 

S 2 5/19/82 C 1 



S 2 3/30/82 A 3 N 

H 2 3/31/82 B 1 N 

H 2 10/13/82 A 13 N 

S 2 10/13/82 A 13 N 



H I 2/05/82 B 1 



H 2 11/21/82 C 9 D N 930 



H 2 3/08/92 At F 951 

H 2 8/12/82 A 17 N 

H 2 11/12/82 B 1 N 951 

S 2 11/12/82 BAN 



H 2 7/29/82 C 14 



6/21/82 
9/22/82 
3/26/82 



N C09 

N 

U C09 



H 2 6/04/82 A 12 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



4/29/82 C 
5/03/82. A 
5/06/82 8 
9/28/»2 a 
11/02/82 A 



10/19/82 
10/19/82 



1 N F30 
1 N S33 



S33 
144 



S 2 4/19/82 A 1 P N B71 



6<,0- MONTHLr/ANNUAL INDEX b 1 NAMES '"t^f-T/l? 

1/01/82 - W/31/82 1./1T/83 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

NORMAL VITAMIN DOSES MAY HELP PSEVENT CANCER H 2 10/23/B2 C 1 N '^30 

"RONFEN8PENN6R. MJRTIN ^ _ ,/-,o,o, o , >, ^^> 

TRIINGLE FOREIGN TRADE ZONE DFaATEO H 2 7/29/92 3 1 N 181 

LIMITED TAX REVOLT H 2 6/23/92 4 <• L 

tET's HAVE -ORE HONESTY H 2 12/09/82 i ■. L 

DUKE PROFESSOR TO GIVE LECTURE S 2 12/29/|2 A 12 N 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET H 2 12/29/32 3 I D U 

SRONNER. LARRY WAYNE IGREENSBORO) ^ , ,,,.,., , , ., „,, 

MAN FACES HIT-ANO-RUN. DRUNKEN DRIVING COUNT S 2 7/19/92 C 1 N M23 

RROOKER* nES 

SOLAR GREENHOUSE IS PRACTICAL. ECONOMICAL H 2 3/07/82 3 9 P F G78 

BROOKS. ?. U. "RS. , , ,/,,,o, . / I 

PHOTOS SOUGHT FOR Y HISTORY S 2 './13/82 A <. L 

qopnit^, PEN 

•CLOSED' BOARD "EETINGS: GOOD OR BAD? H 2 1/18/82 A I G V05 

3R00KS. BILL (SOLDIER OF FORTUNE! „ , ,„/^=/=, . ,, „ 

MERCENARIES TO ATTEND CONVENTION H 2 10/08/82 A 14 N 

BROOKS. BILL (WILMINGTON! , , ,/,c,o-, n q m 

SEAHAHKS" BROOKS CAPTURES SOOTH WIN S 2 3/15/82 8 N 

BROOKS. CARL (ALEXANDER CO.! „ , .,„,,., , , „ 

FIRM MAY HELP DESERTS BLOOM H 2 3/07/82 A 3 N 

BROOKS* CyuS La 

THREE FINALISTS NAMED FOR CITY MANAGER POST S 2 12/30/82 A 1 N 

CITY LISTS MANAGER FINALISTS H 2 12/31/82 A 1 N S5l 

BROOKS. DAVID (GRANVILLE CO.! ^ , i;/,„, = -, . ,, o c 

GRANVILLE FARMER SEES HIS DREAM FADE H 2 5/10/82 A 12 P F 

BROOKS. FELIX ANTOINE (CHAPEL HILL! , . , ,,„,,., . , „ 

THEFT HEARING TODAY IN CHAPEL HILL COURT S 2 11/22/82 C 1 N 

BROOKS. JAMES (MUROER VICTIM! „ , ,.,,„,., - , 

POLICE FIND MAN SHOT TO DEATH H 2 10/08/82 3 1 N 

PROBE CCNTI'IUING S 2 10/08/82 C 1 N 

MAN ARRESTED FOR "URDER H 2 10/12/82 A 9 N 

MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED IN O.C. • H 2 11/24/82 BIN A5* 

POLICE FIND MCQUAIG 5 2 11/24/82 C 5 N 

BROOKS. JOHN C. (LABOR COMMISSIONER! „ , ,,.,,., . ,„ „ 

3R0nKS STRESSES WORKER SKILLS » 2 '•/^S'^fl * '? 2 

DURHAM JOBS PROGRAM CAN POINT TO SUCCESSES H 2 4/08/92 A 4 E 

COTTON OUST CHANGES ARE CALLED -PREMATURE' H 2 5/09/82 A 7 N 

PURSUING PROSPERITY S 2 5/18/82 A 4 E 

RELAXED DUST RULES RAPPED H 2 5/19/R2 A 12 N 

SANITATION RULE TO TAKE AFFECT H 1 5/19/82 8 1 N 

LABORER RULES SET ASIDE " 2 <";?5/?| » }\ '^, 

STAY ON FARMWORKER RULES CALLED DISASTROUS H 2 6/13/82 A 13 N 

FARM ^lELO SANITATION RULE OPPOSED H 2 6/30/92 A 6 N 

NEW OSHA PLAN TO GIVE SOME FIRMS EXEMPTIONS H 2 8/08/82 C 3 N 

COMMISSIONER: N.C. MUST PLAN = OR FUTURE JOBS H 2 9/06/82 A } P N 

SENSIBLE SAFETY PLAN S 2 f/l'/JI A 4 E 

8ROOK5 CRITICIZES LABOR AOS " 2 W,9.y,ll 9 ,\ m 

aROOKS: USE HOSPITAL AS TECHNICAL SKILLS CENTER S 2 12/04/92 A 13 N 

SKILLS EQUAL TO JOBS S 2 12/13/82 A 4 t 

BATTLE OVER COMPUTERS ERUPTS AMONG STATE OFFICIALS H 2 12/19/82 A 1 N 046 

BROOKS. JOHN DEE „ , ,,,,,-■, , ,. m 

OFF-DUTY OFFICER NA3S SUSPECT H 2 2/14/82 A J4 N 

dROOKS Charged in theft 5 2 2/17/82 A 13 N 

BROOKS. JOHN IRVING (ROXBORO! ^ , ,,,,,,., , o n 

PERSON "AN. 36. DIES WHILE BURNING LEAVES H 2 U/24/82 3 9 

BROOKS. KENNETH EARL (RALEIGH! ,n/io/o5 r T m 

RALEIGH MAN rtEPHRTEO SHOT BY ESTRANGED WIFE H 2 10/29/82 C 7 N 

MAN LISTED AS CRITICAL 5 2 10/28/92 CI N 

MAN SHOT WEDNESDAY NIGHT LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION H 2 10/29/82 C 5 N 

3R00KS. KENNETH LEE (HILLSBOROUGH! a/ni/aj r ^ n 

OBITUARY H 2 a/ul/82 L 4 J 

BROOKS. LEWIS PAGE , , .,„, ,.-, ■ , «, 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD OR(X BUST S 2 J/0*/|2 A 1 N 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C3UNTY DRUG ROUNDUP H 2 6/05/82 3 14 N 

9R00KS. MARVIN ALEXANDER (CHAPEL HILL! , , ,„.,,,., , ,, „ co 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN CHAPEL HILL ASSAULT. ROBBERY S 2 10/13/82 A 13 N S19 

BROOKS. "ARY OR. , , ,,/„,,-, , , „ cne 

SPECIAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS SET S 2 11/04/82 At N EOS 

nopOK^* PHYLL T^ 

RALEIGH MAN REPORTED SHOT BY ESTRANGED WIFE H 2 10/28/92 C 7 N 

MAN LISTED AS CRITICAL 5 2 10/28/92 C 1 N 

MAN SHOT WEDNESDAY NIGHT LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION H 2 10/29/82 C 5 N 

BROOKS. ROBERT . , ,,,,,., . . c 

COACH'S SYSTEM HAS CLASS 5 ^ 2/17/B2 A 4 E 

BROOKS. ROBERT H. JR. (HILLSBOROUGH! „ , ,.„-.., , ,, „ 

ORANGF DENTIST'S DEATH IS PRQB EO H 2 */09/82 C 12 

SERVICES SET FOR DENTIST S 2 4/09/82 C 1 

BROOKS. RONALD (LAURINBURGl ^ , .,.-.., ^ o «i 

GRAND JURY INDICTS N.C. STEEL COMPANY H 2 8/05/92 CRN 

WIDOW SUES''?PERATION BREAKTHROUGH OVER LOSS OF HOME H 2 8/13/92 A I N 98 1 

WOMAN FILES SUIT AGAINST 3REA< THROUGH S 2 3/13/92 A 3 N 

BREAKTHROUGH WORKER BACK frqh SUSPENSION , ,, S 2 10/19/02 j 7 ^ .., 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF BILKING WIDOW: BREAKTHROUGH WORKER NAMED IN SUIT H 2 10/19/82 3 1 N 951 

BROOKS. WILLIS . , ,/,-./a-j . 1 ■> D M 

UNC FACULTY MEMBERS RECEIVE A'-IAROS S 2 */lT/82 A 12 P N 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING M 2 4/22/82 C 14 ( 

BROO-Ej MICHAEL 5 , 10/21/82 C 8 P P 

"'°°^fwO^N!c"^Sc'lENTISTS HELP RESTORE FRENCH MARSHLAND HIT BY OIL SPILL H 2 1/21/82 8 3 N 

TAR HEELS HELP RESTORE FRENCH MARSHLANDS S 2 2/03/82 C IC N 

9R0PHY. THEODORE ^ , -,/to/05 n ION 

JUANITA KREPS WINS CITIZENS AWARD " 2 3/13/82 3 I P N 

BROUGH. MIKE (CARRBOROI 



LY/ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PJGE y'^ 
1/17/83 



BHQUGH "AY KEEP USING TOWN OFFICE 



CE Oli^ECTOR 

STATE 

OST 



GIFTS TO SOME OFFICERS 



AT MOREMEAO 
E 



0.1 

ATALITY 

ERY PRACTICE PLANS 



AO ACT TO FOLLOW 
WITH HIS PSO SON 

T 



»iAGeRi 

" ON TRACK 
JT INTER IM MANAGER 
AGAINST CITY OFFICIAL 



■TROUGH, BEGINA 

RFGINA BROUGH RESIGNS AS FINAM 
RESIGNING BROUGH APPLIES WITH 
MS. BROUGH NA"EO TO CARRBORO " 
BROUGH GETS CARRBORO POST 
MS. BROUGH RESIGNS 
BROUGH QUITS CARReORO JOB 
BROUGH SAID HARD TO REPLACE 
BROUGH REPLACEMENT SOUGHT 

«»ROUGHTON. JAMES OAVIO 

PRO^E BY CTCT REPORTEDLY FINOS 

OROUGHTOMf WILLIAM HAROLD 
0»ITUARY 

BROUN. FRED ICHAPEL HILL) 

SCULPTOR'S EXHIBITION OPENING 

BROUN, KENNETH 

LAW STUDENT'S PROTESTS BACKFP 

GROWER. KEVIN 

WRONG TURN HELPS "ROWER 

FROWN. A. ?. 

LIBERAL DOUBLE STANDARD 

"ROWN. BETTY IR.N.I 

HEL= "UILO CENTER 

"ROWN, BIANCA •<. 

WETZEL "AY GET MARRIED 

WETZEL MARRIES IN CALEDONIA PR I 

PROWN. BOB 

HELP FOP THE MEEOY 

BROWN, BRIAN K. ( JEFFERSONVILLE, H 
MARIN'= GETS IMPRISONMENT FOR = 
MARINE OFFICIALS CHANGE ARTILL 

PROWN, BUS 

BUS BROWN JAZZ: AT 75, STILL 3 

»ROWN, C. J. LT. 

RETIRED OFFICER CAN TALK SHOP 

RROWN, CAMELLIA CAROL 

WOMAN REPORTED STABBED IN CHE5 
YOUTH GIVEN 12-YEAR TERM 

BRCWN. CECIL AVERY liSS'T. CITY MANA 
EXPRESSWAY OROJECT SEEMS TO BE 
CITY COUNCIL EXPECTED TO APOIM 
WORTHLESS CHECK CHARGES FILED 
POOLE GETS WARD 6 SEAT 
WARRANT SERVSO CN BROWN 
IMTERIM MANAGER'S PAY HIKED 
TWO CITY OF=ICI»LS TRAVEL TO MEET CENTER DEVELOPERS 

PROWN. CHARLES lOUKE POWER CO. I 

DURHA", CHAPEL HILL BUS FARES 
DURHAM "US '=ARE TO BE CUT IN ► 

FROWN, CHARLES AND ROBERT (AROEN, 1 
POTTERS: FAMILY TRADE STILL AL 

'ROWN, CHARLES V. "CHARLIE" JR. ( D5 
CHARLIE BR0W.1...hE'S NOT A CL!) 

»RCWN, CHARLOTTE OR.' 

NCSU APPOINTS NEW CURATOR OF A 

•(ROWN, CLARENCE 

PANEL PROPOSAL WOULD RESTRICT 
BROWN BOUNCING BACK INTO THE Z 
PLAN PROVIDING NIGHTLY TAXI SE 
ARCHITECT FEES UNDER DISCUSSIO 
CLIPPFD COMMENT 

"Rf^WN, CLAOONELL 

EDUCATION OFFICIALS AGREE Wirn RULING 

FROWN, CYNTHIA JPIA 

a CHANGED WITH PROSTITUTION 
POLICE ARREST EIGHT WOMEN FOR 

BROWN, DIVIO J. IMOORE CO. I 

C?URT UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE 
COUOT REFUSES TO HEAR MURDER : 

^Rn»N, DOCK M. (HALIFAXl 
NAMED TO PANEL 

PROWN, DONNA 

THE ROVER CONNECTION 

BROWN, EMANUEL ULYSSES "C" 
OP ITUARY 

FRnwN, ERIC OWIGHT 

HOME DAMAGED 'Y FIRE 

FROWN, ERIC 0. 

2 CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

'ROWN, ERNEST CROSLEY OR. 
EX-COUNCILMAN DIES 
EX-COUNCILMAN IS DEAD AT 83 

BROWN, ESSIE BELL 
OBITUARY 

'ROWN, ETHEL F. 
OBITUARY 

FROWN, EUGENE 

VICTORIAN DURHAM: SOCIETY'S TO 

"ROWN, EULESS JR. 

MAN STRUCK BY SHOT FROM A PASS 



AMONG N.C.'S LOWEST 
ALF ON 'OUARTER DAY' 



IVE AFTER NEARLY 150 YEARS 



NVER, CO.) 

WN, HE'S A LEGISLATOR 



SECTION 8 UNITS 
ITY HALL SCENE 
RVICE GETS OK 



PROSTITUTION 
ASE APPEAL 



UR WILL LAUD A GOLDEN AGE FOR THE 
ING CAR 



N E 
P 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



DATE 
3/11/82 



I/31/F2 
2/01/82 
3/2<./S2 
3/24/92 
8/05/82 
3/05/F2 
8/D6/F2 
3/06/82 



5/18/82 

7/29/82 

1/01/82 

10/18/82 

'./05/S2 

11/18/82 

12/06/B2 



9/02/S2 
9/03/82 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



9/26/82 

11/11/82 

B/27/62 



1/21/82 
2/01/82 
2/02/82 
2/02/82 
2/07/82 



S 2 1/06/82 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



S 2 

H 2 



S 
E 
C PG 



12/22/82 
12/27/82 



7/16/82 
11/15/82 



6/10/O2 
11/02/82 



3/03/82 
9/22/32 
10/23/82 
11/16/82 
11/23/82 
12/09/92 
12/13/82 



1/13/82 
4/07/92 



7/15/92 
7/15/82 



7/14/82 
12/07/82 



10/06/82 
2/05/92 

12/09/82 
8/21/82 

12/29/92 

9/23/82 
9/24/82 

9/17/82 

5/12/82 

4/20/82 

5/29/82 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



B 5 
1 



C 1 

a 4 

C 12 
8 1 
A 3 



H 2 6/29/82 A 



A 11 

3 1 
8 



B 1 
A 1 



P N 

N 

P N 



A 9 

C 14 

D 8 

A 1 

B 3 

A 5 



C 10 
C 5 



C 5 
C 4 



N 

N 



P R 

F 

N 

L 

L 

N 
N 

L 

N 

N 

U 
P F 



A 12 
B 1 



A 1 

B 1 

A 1 

A 3 

B 1 

A 1 



D 1 

C 21 

A 3 

3 1 

C I 
3 1 

C 10 

A 11 
B 1 
C 1 



S66 
A 54 



S51 
S51 



N 
N 

F 

o F 

N 

N 

P N 

N 

N 

e 



M23 
K90 



S51 
S51 
S51 
<90 



P F 





P 
P 



BROWN, FPANKIE LEE 



MONTMLy/AHNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



NAMES 



PAGE 40 
l/lT/83 



3-CAR JPECK HURTS NO CNE 

HROMN, FBEO lOrRECTOR OF VA HOSPITAL) 

EXPANSION PLANS AT VETS HOSPITAL FACE NEW CHECK 
CANCELLATION OF VA PROJECTS DOUBTFUL 

gRC^N. GEORGE (ATTORNEY) 

STATE SEEKS TO OISOUALIFY «AL3NE'S LAWYERS IN DU I 

JUDGE RULES FOR HALONE'S PART-JERS 

MALCNF ALLOWED TO KFEP PAPT'IE'S AS HIS LAWYERS 

MALCNF»S LAWYERS WITHDRAW IN :3Ul CASE 

MALONF WILL APPEAL CONVICTION OF DRUNKEN DRIVING TOWORROW 

MALCNE'S PAPTNERS HACK ON CASE 

MALONE LOSES CLAIK TO PLEA 9A5&AIN 

PROWN, GLORIA JEAN 

VICE OFFICERS ARREST TwC 

'RCWN. GRADY ANDERSON ( HI LL SEOROUGH I 

GRADY BBOWNt '3. FORMER PRINCIPAL 

BROWN. HETTIE DANIEL 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, HUBERT MARVIN 
OBITUARY 

^RCWN. IVAN DR. ILAKELANO. FLORIDA) 
WORLD WAR I! VETERANS GATHERING 

BROWN, JAMES RC.NNIE 

INDUSTRY ORDERED TO HOLD ELECTION 

BROWN, JEROME 

CITY "US SYSTEM EFFICIENCY SAID TOPS IN N .C . 

"RO'WN, JOHN WILLIAM I SNOW CAMP) 

DEFENDANT SAYS TRUCK DISPUTE LED TO DEATH 

OROWN, JOY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE HER MEMORIAL 

BROWN, KATHERINE CAROLINE M4THEWS 
OBITUARY 

^RPWN, KIRK (PSO) 

RETIRED OFFICER CAN TALK SHOP WITH HIS PSO SON 

SROWN, LANDAS ROGERS 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, LARRY C. 

SUIT CLAI-S MISTAKEN IDENTITY IN ARREST 
DURHAM '<AN FILES LAWSUITS AGAINST CITY 

3RCWN, LESSIE BERNICS 
OBITUARY 

»R0WN, LOIS ALENE 

DURHAM MAN SHOT IN CHEST 

DURHAM WOMAN ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING NEIGHBOR 

BROWN, LOLLIE 
OBITUARY 

"ROWN, MACK (APPALACHIAN FOOTBALL COACMI 
APRS "IRE 3R0WN 
BROWN MIRED AT APPALACHIAN 

BROWN, MARTHA HASWFLL 
OBITUARY 

IRCWN, MARY 

OBITUARY 

BROWN, MARY VIRGINIA WILSON 

TAX CREDITS FOR CHILDLESS? 

OROWN, NATHANIEL WHITE (CHAPEL HILL) 
TELEVISIONS STOLEN 

^ROWN, PAUL 

AN["AL ABUSES INVESTIGATED 

FACING REALITY 

NUCLEAR WAR FEATURE POINTLESS. DEPRESSING 

G^UFSOMF, BUT IMPORTANT 

NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST REAL POSSIBILITY 

JOURNALISTIC EXCELLENCE 

PSYCHOLOGISTS CONCERNED ABOUT ANIMALS 

BROWN, PAUL 0. (CITIZENS ADV. COMH. I 

CHAVI5 WILL STAY ON BOARD 

PANEL DENIED CHANCE TO REPLACE MEMBER 

HARD TIMES INCREASE wORK FOR 'ENTAL HEALTH AGENCIES 

BROWN. PHILLIP 

DURHAM =OYS SOUGHT AFTER RAIN 
3 SOYS FOUND SAFE NEAR ENO 

'RCWN. PHYLLIS (HOPKINS ST. C MOREHEAO AVE.) 

TWO DURHAM MEN SHOT IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 
WOMAN HELD IN SHOOTING 

BROWN. PONSELLA 

CHALLENGE: STILL. 

PROWN. RAHOLA 

FACES IN DURHAM: WORKING WITH BOOKS 

^RCWN. RAY SAMUEL 

CALIFORNIA OFFICIALS NOW WANT TO EXTRADITE MAN 

OROwN. RICHARD DR. 

CENTER HELPS HEAL INJURED BIROS OF PREY 

PROWN. ROBERT (A5ST. DURHAM OA) 

5TEPHFNS TO KFEP FIVE OF EIGHT ASSISTANT OA S 
5 ASSISTANT DA'S TO STAY 
APPOINTEE PAYS T-YEAK-OLO DEBT 
COURT OFFICIAL PAYS DEBT 

XROWN, ROBERT (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

BROWN. ROBERT GREGORY (SANFOROI 
LEE ACCIDENTS KILL 2 "EN 



■FAMOUS AMOS' WENT FOR IT 



N E 

P 



H 2 
S 2 



S t T 

E L Y 
DATE C PG L P BYL 



S 2 9/0A/82 A 3 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



2/21/32 A 1 N 
2/22/82 CI N F30 



3/04/32 A 14 P N 

3/i;4/92 C 1 N 

3/05/32 a I N 

3/0'?/32 B 1 

3/DP/a2 C 4 

3/31/32 e 1 

5/13/82 B I 



2/04/32 A 13 

4/28/82 A 13 

3/26/82 C 16 

4/20/82 B 6 

4/24/82 A 3 

8/13/32 8 1 

7/02/32 A 1 

6/13/32 C 6 

10/16/32 A 4 

10/07/82 A 22 



"I 981 

N 

N 

N 351 

N 







N 

N L41 

N K90 

N 

L 





11/15/82 B 1 P F A54 



6/04/82 A 12 



9/03/32 a 1 
8/03/82 B 10 



N B51 

N 



H 2 1/15/82 C 8 



1/27/82 A 11 
1/27/82 C 10 



H 2 3/13/82 B 6 



S 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 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 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 

H 2 



12/17/32 1 N 
12/13/82 B 3 P N 



10/02/82 3 8 

3/21/82 B 7 

5/21/B2 A 4 

7/20/32 a 1 



1/15/32 A 4 

2/20/32 A 4 

2/20/82 A 4 

3/Dl/°2 A 4 

3/02/82 A 4 

3/05/82 A 4 

10/03/82 5 



3/03/82 C I 
3/04/32 B 1 
3/19/82 B 1 



N K90 
N S51 
N W24 



6/11/82 A I P N 
6/11/32 A 1 N X36 



3/29/82 C I N 

3/30/32 A 5 N 

5/16/32 £ 2 P F S56 

1/09/82 A 1 P P R91 

8/21/32 All N 

1/06/32 B 14 N 



ll/12/°2 9 1 

11/12/32 a 4 

11/17/32 3 ^ 

11/17/82 A 5 



4/09/32 C 12 
7/26/32 3 1 



N 351 

N 

N S51 



NONTHLr/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 - 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



NAMES 



PAGE 41 
1/17/83 



9RPWN, ROOSEVELT 
OBITUARY 

BROUN, SANDRA JANE 

WOMAN CHARGED IN STABBING 

DURHAM MAN IN GOOD CONDITION AFTER STABBING 

BROWN, shunt; MICHFLLE 

OBITUARY 

BROWN, TMACK 

INFORMATION P'OGRAM LAUNCHED BY AIRPORT 

BROWN, THAODEUS ( 3ENNETTSV I LLE , S.:.l 
TRACTOR THEFT CHARGES FILED 

BROWN, THOMAS HUGH (HIGH POINT) 
OBITUARY 

BRCWN, THOMAS J. ( WINSTON-SALEMI 

TWIN CITY EMPLOYEE GETS ANOTHER JOB AFTER SUSPENSION 

BROWN, TONY (COLUMNIST) 

WORKSHOP HAS ? FROM DURHAM 

BROWN, VERNON E. REV. 

7 ON SHERIFF'S STAFF TO LOSE THEIR JOBS 

OYEZOYEZSOLONGTOREVERENOBROWN 

JUDGES RECOGNIZE BROWN 

WALKOUT MARKS LEARY'S SWEARINJ-IN 

LAWYERS, JUDGE PROTEST FIRING OF BAILIFF 

JUDGE USES FLAWED JUDGMENT IN WALKOUT 

BRrWN, VICTORIA CHAHBLIN 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, WALTER 

CALLIGRAPHY IS WALTER BROWN'S CONSUMING PASSION 

BROWN, WiLTER FRANKLIN (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, WALTEP M. HI (ALAMANCE CO.) 
SCOUTS HONOR ALAMANCE MAN 
MAN HONORED FOR SCOUT WORK 

BROWN, WATSON 

SHERIDAN, BROUN DUKE CANDIDATES 

THE CANOIOATES: HANDICAPPING GUTTERS' LIST 

DUKE CAST DOWN TO FOUR; BLUE DEVIL FOOTBALL CANOIOATES MEET WITH 

DUKF GIVES NO HINT IN LATEST COACH SCREENING 

BROWNE, T. MARCUS III 

ATTORNEYS LEASE SPACE IN DOWNTOWN BUILDING 
LAWYERS MOVING TO KRESS BUILDING 

BROWNING, ANNIE HUNT 
OBITUARY 

BROWNING, FRED T. (DUKE POWER) 
BPOWNING GETS AWARD 

BROWNING, JAMES 

GUNS, JEWELRY STOLEN 

DROWNING, KEN 

KNIGHTS SEEK LINEMEN 

KNIGHTS LOOK TO NEW FACES 

3°0HNING FILLS KNIGHTS' GAPS 

CAN KNIGHTS REBOUND FROM DISAPPOINTING L0SS7 

KNIGHTS WARY OF HORNETS 

KNIGHT DEFENSE PURSUES PERFECTIOIN 

SUPERLATIVES FLOW AS NORTHERN PREPARES FOR VANCE 

NORTHERN'S 03 A LONG CHIP OFF OAO'S OLD BLOCK 

KNIGHTS GET NEEDED LIFT 

BROWNING NAMED COACH FOR EAST 

BROWNING'S MILESTONE 

SNAGS OVER SITES FIZZLE SOUTHERN-NORTHERN RENEWAL 

'ROYHILL, JAMES T. (RE'.) 

CTMPUTEP ON CONGRESS. ..JONES, ROSE LEAD N.C. 

PAPFR SAYS BROYHILL GOT CONTRIBUTION 

3R0YHILL SEEKING CL'=AN AIR FiSg-up 

BPOYHILL WUPKS TO CHANGE CLEAN AIR ACT 

MCOANIEL, CLARKE FILE FOR CONGRESS 

REPS. BBOYHILL, NEAL FILE FOR RE-ELECTION 

BBOYHILL CONSIDERED FOR CABINET 

NUCLEAR WASTES MAY BE BURIED IN LATE 19905 

BBOYHILL DN RIGHT TRACK 

BBOYHILL MAY BE ONLY N.C. TAX SILL VOTE 

LIBFRTARIAiN CANDIDATE RUNS AGAINST BROYHILL 

JOHNSTON LOSES, HENOuN TRAILS 

BRU8ECK, DAVE 

TWO RE-ISSUES PROVE BRUBECK'S MUSIC ENDURES 

BRUCE, J. D. (CHARLOTTE) 

POLICEMAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

BRUCK, ROBERT L. DR. 

BENEFITS SEEN IN ACID RAIN 

BRUGGER, JOHN E. (EDISON, N.J.I 

EPA SAYS LANDFILL IS BEST PCB TREATMENT 

BRUNSON, JOSEPH WOODS 
0BITU4RY 

BRUNSON, MICHAEL (BLAOENBORO) 

I KILLED, * WOUNDED IN BLADEN 

BRUTON, H. DAVID OR. 

ELECTION OF STATE BOARD OF EDJCATION RECOMMENDED 
BRUTON RESIGNS EDUCATION POST 

BRYAN, DONNA 

THEY'LL SHARE CAREER BUT NOT :iFFICE SPACE 

BRYAN, HARVEY 

RECEIVES KIWANIA.N AWARD 

BRYAN, L. M. 

TAXPAYERS GETTING DISCOUNT 

BRYAN, RAYMOND ARTHUR (GOLDSBORO) 



ABSENTEEISM LIST 



N 
P 


E 



DATE 


S 
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PG 


H 


2 


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C 


12 


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2 
2 


S/Dl/BZ 
3/01/82 


A 

c 


U 
3 


H 


2 


11/28/B2 


c 


3 



H 1 1/19/82 B 1 



H ? 9/09/82 A 8 



N 



H 2 10/26/82 B 9 P 
H 2 5/27/82 A lA N 



S 2 3/18/82 A 11 



N 



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11/17/82 


B 


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H 


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12/04/82 


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S 


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12/0<./B2 


A 


1 ? 


P 


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12/07/82 


r 


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N 




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12/09/B2 


A 


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H 2 1/05/82 3 7 

S 2 l/l<,/32 1 P F 371 

H 2 10/27/82 C 6 



1 5/25/82 B 
I 11/16/82 8 



S 2 11/30/92 D I N 018 

S 2 12/03/82 D I P U 018 

H 2 12/07/82 D 1 N 071 

H 2 12/09/82 a 1 N 071 



S 2 

H 2 



8/13/82 CI N S83 
3/l*/82 B 1 N 



H 2 2/11/82 C 19 



S 2 A/20/B2 3 



S 2 <,/10/»2 A 



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8/10/82 


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D 


II 


rn9 


H 


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3/22/92 


G 


9 




N 




S 


/ 


a/23/82 


A 


9 


P 


II 


rn'3 


s 


/ 


9/16/92 


3 


1 




II 


rn9 


s 


/ 


10/06/92 


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3 


3 


II 


rn9 


s 


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10/13/92 


1) 


1 




U 


1-09 


H 


7 


10/20/92 


1 




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F 


t 36 


H 


7 


10/21/92 


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P 


F 


r ^h 


s 


7 


11/ 0/82 


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P 


II 


rn9 


H 


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12/ 2/92 


H 


6 


P 


N 




s 


2 


12/ A/92 


D 


1 


P 


II 


rn9 


H 


2 


12/17/82 


C 


1 


P 


F 


C36 


H 


7 


1/10/92 


A 


1 




N 




H 


? 


2/19/82 


A 


7 




N 




H 


7 


2/22/92 


A 


1 n 


P 


N 




S 


7 


2/22/92 


( 


6 




N 




H 


7 


5/05/92 


r 


5 




N 




^ 




5/06/92 


A 


1 3 




N 




H 


7 


7/19/92 


A 


9 




N 




H 


7 


7/23/82 


r 


1 ? 




N 




S 


7 


3/03/92 


A 


4 




F 




H 


> 


8/17/82 


B 


3 




N 




H 


7 


10/21/82 


A 


n 




N 




H 


2 


11/03/82 


a 


b 




N 





H 2 7/02/92 11 

H 2 3/30/92 B 5 

H 2 4/01/82 C 12 

S 2 8/05/92 C 9 

H 2 5/15/92 B 6 

H 2 11/27/82 A IC 



H 2 5/07/92 A 8 
H 2 a/05/92 A 1 



H 2 7/11/82 E 2 P F 556 
S 2 9/24/92 A 13 B P M66 
S 2 a/28/82 A 3 N F3n 



MONTHLY/A 



NHUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



PAGE <>2 
1/17/83 



R. A. BCrANt tiUSINESS LEADER 

BRVANT. BILLY ILEE CO. I 

BRYANT TAKES OATH AS NEW LEE SHERIFF 

NEW LEE COUNTY SHERIFF WON'T HIRE INCUMBENT 

?RYANT. CAROL 

COUPLE FELL IN LOVE AT 'SECOND' SIGHT 

ORYANT. CLEVE 

CLEVE aPYANT LEAVING UNC FOR = ROS 

BRYANT. ETHEL "DWELL 
OBITUARY 

BRYANT * JEFF 

OUICKf Two TIGERS FIRST-ROUND PICKS IN NFL SELECTIONS 
NFL DRAFTS 13 ACC PLAYERS IN 1ST SIX ROUNDS 

ORYANT, JIWMY IGREFNSBORO) 

3-YEAR-OLO DIES IN SWIMMING POOL 

BRYANT. KELVIN 

BRYANT TAKES HIS FIRST STEP TO H6ISMAN 

GTLD IN BABY =>LUE: KELVIN BRYANT. UMC • S TAILBACK. . . 

BRYANT'S CHANCES FOR WINNING THE HEISMAN: SLIM AND NONE 

GIVE KELVIN A BREAK. ANTI-UNC FANS 

BRYANT'S ANKLE HOBBLED CAROLINA'S ATTACK 

BRYANT'S FOOT-ANKLE INJURY PUZZLING TO UNC DOCTORS 

UNC LINEUP: T1 BRYANT IN, ELKI NS '<AY3E 

"RYANT. LONNIE EDGAR 
OBITUARY 

SRYAMT. MARSHALL 

COWENS SAVES YOUTH'S TRIP 

BRYANT. MILLARD 
OBITUARY 

ORYAMT. PAUL "nEAR" 

BEAR "RYANT'S LEGENDARY STATUS NOTHING NEW 

BRYANT. THEODORE R. 

DURHAM MAN RENAMED TO N.C. ADVOCACY PANEL 

BRYANT. VICTOR JR. 

CITY BUSINESS PARK PUSHED 

R=PLY TO A LETTER 

STANDARDS DF BAR MUST BE UPHa D 

BUCHANAN. HANNIE 

'MIDNIGHT MADNESS' GETS THEM TOGETHER 

"UCHANAN. DONALD LAYTON 
OBITUARY 

3UCHANAN. FLWIN 

LEE COUNTY'S INDUSTRIAL PARK MEAR CAPACITY 

•BUCHANAN. JAMES 

ONE PROBLEM WE OON'T HAVE 

BUCHANAN. JERRALD B. REV. (R0X80R01 
BAPTIST PASTOR IN ROXBQRO DIES 

''UCHANAN. JO JO 

JO JO PICKS NOTRE DAME 

"UCHANAN. KATHY 

LIVING IN DURHAM ON REAGAN'S ?UP&ET 
PEOPLE OUGHT TO TRY SELF-RELIANCE 
FAMILIES SHOULD TRY HELPING THEMSELVES 

BUCHANAN. POPERT A. JR. OR. 

3 DOCTORS URGE PREVENTIVE HEART CARE 

OUCHANAN. ROLAND L. JR- DR. 

CALIF. -AN GETS POST AT NCCU 
BUCHANAM GETS POST AT NCCU 

BUCHANAN. VE°NON LEWIS 

aiKE OANOIT TAKES WALLET 

=UCh4NAN. ZULENE HCGHEE 
OBITUARY 

BUCK. OWEN D. OR. 

PSYCHIATRY HAS SOLID BODY OF KNOWLEDGE 

BUCKALQO. EDITH (ALAMANCE CO. I 

ALAMANCE TEEN-AGER IS BATTLING DISEASE 

BUCKLEY, C. EDWARD 0» . 

TREATMENT FOR ALLERGIES BEING STUDIED AT DUKE 
NEW DRUG AVOIDS DROWSINESS 

BUCKLEY. REBECCA H. DR. 

9-MONTH-OLD BABY GIRL LEAVES 3ERM-FREE ROOM 
SPRFAOING DUKE'S FAME 
ALLERGIC TO SOME FOODS? AVOID THEM 
SISTER'*^ ^ONE MARROW CURES CHILD'S DISEASE 
BABY CURED OF RARE DISEASE 

»UDNITZ, NORMAN 

SPOTTING SEA GULLS IN CITY NO SURPRISE 

"UEHLER. AL 

OUKE'S TRACK TO BE SITE OF 3-rEAM MEET IN JUNE 

DUKE'S WADE STADIUM SITE OF INTERNATIONAL TRACK MEET 

BACK TO TOACK 

TRACK WO.RLO LIKES DURHAM 

HOST OF RECORDS FAILED TO BRI'JG FANS TO GAMES 

DURHAM RECEIVES INITIAL APPROVAL FOR JR. OLYMPICS 

^UFF. FRANKIE M. ILINCOLNTONI 

LAWYER IS GIVEN JAIL TERM 

BUFFFTT, JIMMY 

PARTY TIME BUFFET-STYLE 

BUFFKIN. LARRY (CHAOBOURNt 
CANDIDATE CHARGED 

BUGG. EVERFTT I. JR. DR. 

HOSPITAL GETS DOCTOR'S PORTRAIT 



N E 
P D 



H 1 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



DATE 
ll/0<./B2 



3/D2/n2 
12/06/82 



9/12/B2 
3/D3/52 
9/15/B2 



'./23/82 
<./23/82 



S I 
E L 

C PG L 



Y 

P 3YL 



B I 
3 I 



E 2 = 

3 3 

A L 1 

C 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



7/23/B2 
8/22/92 
8/2''/e2 
9/D5/82 
9/10/32 
9/22/82 
10/13/82 



3/29/B2 
3/23/82 
6/23/62 
12/3D/32 
3/27/82 



9/16/82 
11/01/82 
U/01/82 



H 2 

H 2 

H I 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



10/17/82 
10/08/82 
5/21/82 
7/11/82 
'./22/82 
2/12/82 



3/08/82 
3/20/82 
3/25/32 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



'./29/82 
5/05/82 



6/03/82 
9/06/82 
8/30/32 
2/2'./92 



9/28/82 
9/28/32 



lD/19/82 
10/21/82 
10/26/82 
U/D<./82 
10/19/32 



N M27 
N M2 7 



1 » 

2 P 



H 2 3/11/82 A 17 



1 P 
3 
2 
2 

1 P 
I 

2 P 



F M71 

F M71 

L 

L 

N S91 

N S91 

F 07 1 



3 9 

B 1 P 

A 10 

A I M 

A A 

A A 

E 2 P 

A 12 

B 1 

D A 

A 20 

1 

B 1 P 



H 2 5/25/82 B 1 



C 8 P 
A 18 



A I 1 
a 6 



3 5 
A 16 



3 1 P 
S 1 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 
S 2 

H 2 



1/12/92 
1/12/32 
l/lA/92 
6/18/82 
6/29/82 
12/05/92 



5/29/82 

10/21/82 

6/28/"2 

<./ll/32 



1 

e 2 

3 5 





U 018 



N K90 
E 



F S56 



N H6a 

E 



N F25 

G 981 

L 
L 

N W2<' 

N 



E 
N 
F 330 



H 2 3/27/82 A 1 D N 



E 

N F25 
N C52 
N C52 



C 12 

3 P 

A 3 

C 3 



N 

R E05 

N 



MONTHLY/A 



I N E X 
12/31/82 



NAMES 



PAGE *3 

1/17/33 



OFFICFRS COURTEOUS 

EME'GENCY MEDICAL TEAMS WELL TRAINED 

"UGNAR, "ONNIE GEORGE IPSRSON CO. I 

PERSON SCHOOL aOAPO NAMES SURE R T NTENOENT 

RECEPTICN PLANNED FOR OFFICIAL 

STILL LEARNING: PERSON COUNTY'S iJUGMAR TAKING ON NE'J ROLE 

■^UIEi KENNIE 
OBITUARY 

'UIK6. SANDRA OR. 

READING DOESN'T ALWAYS COME WITHOUT PROBLEMS 

■lULURD, ALBERT lAUTRYVILLE) 

FOUR SAMPSON JAIL ESCAPEES ARE CAPTURED 

DULLARD, DENNIS OR. 

3RAIN CANCER SPECIALISTS ARE "WARDED 

■lULLARD. EULA WILLETT (SANFORDI 

LEE MAN HELD IN WIFE'S DEATH 

eULLARD. HARRY lAUTRYVILLE) 

FOUR SAMPSON JAIL ESCAPEES ARE CAPTURED 

"ULLARO, JAMES EDWARD ISANFORO) 

LEE MAN HELD IN WIFE'S DEATH 

RULLARO. WILLIAM (AUTRYVILLEI 

CHARLIE TWO-SHOES STILL WAITS IN CHINA 

"ULLDCK, CATHY ROBINSON 
OPITUARY 

«>ULLOCK. DOROTHY G. 

HEADLINE MISLEADING ON ERA SURVEY 

'ULLDCKi EDDIE ROYSTER 

BULLOCK TESTIMONY CONTINUES 

YOUTH SAYS "AN PLANNED BREAK-INS 

BULLOCK GUILTY OF MINERAL SPRINGS ROAO BREAK-INS 

MAN FOUND GUILTY OF DIRECTING THEFTS 

BULLOCK GETS 1 YEARS IN SERIES OF BREAK-INS 

BULLOCK GETS 8 YEARS FOR 9REA<-INS 

BOY IN TR0U5LE: AN OLDER PERSON'S INFLUENCE BLAMED 

»ULLOC«. FRANK L. (HENDERSONl 

PERJURY CHARGE FILED ON MINISTER 

"ULLOCK. FRANK w. JR. 

GREENSBORO LAWYFR URGED FOR JUDGESHIP 

BULLOCK NOMINATED 

BULLOCK TO TAKE JUDGE'S OATH 

BULLOCK TO 5E SWORN IN AS JUDGE TODAY 

BULLOCK BECOMES JUDGE IN U.S. MIDDLE DISTRICT 

NFi, MIDDLE DISTRICT JUDGE 

BULLOCK, LAVONOA 

G=OUP SUES ^OR NIGHT BUSES 

^ULLOCK, MACK BURNETT 
OBITUARY 

"ULLOCK. TERRESA THOMAS (SHELSYI 

FOUR WO^EN VYING FOR UNC BOARD SEAT 
WOMAN CHOSEN FOR UNC BOARD 
BOARD OKS N.C. STATE CHANCELLOR 

"UMGARNER, £. K. 

2 MORSES STOLEN IN Dupham RETJRNED FROM GEORGIA 
2 COURT OFFICIALS HOSPITALIZE" 
GALLOWAY, 3UMGARNER IN STABLE CONDITION 

'UMGARNER, PAUL 

TWO DURHAM CANOEISTS FOUND SAFE 
SEARCHERS FIND TwO CANOEISTS 

'>0''GARNEi>. TIM 

3UMGARNER BORN TO PLAY AT DUKE 

^UNCH, CARLIE 

KEPT apART: FINALLY THEY WILL BE TOGETHER 

BU^JCH, KATMRYN 

HOMF uAS 2 PTA PRESIDENTS 

"UMCH, MICHAEL 

HOMF HAS ? =TA PRESIDENTS 

'UNDY, JOHN WILLIAM 

M«N PLEADS GUILTY IN SLAYING 

^UNKLEY, JACK 

DOCTORS. NURSES SOUGHT FQR Mn-EAST 

BUNN. AGGIE T. 
OPITUARY 

5U0NIC0NTI, NICK 

STRIKE ISN'T IN THE CARDS 

AN OLD FAMILY TRADITION 

NICK PUONICONTI LIVES UP TO FAMOUS NAME 

"UPC". BESSIE FLUABETH BEASLEY 
OBITUARY 

">U»CH, CLARENCE J. 
OBITUARY 

=1UPCH, JOHN HENRY 

2 CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

BURCH, PETER OR. 

TD FIGHT OR NOT TO FIGHT? 

BURCH. wARNE" M. JR. DR. 

DUKE "ED CENTER PROFS NAMED SOCIETY FELLOWS 

BURCH, WILLIAM 

FOUR ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

"URDEN, HUBERT w. OR. 

OVARIES MAY BF LINKED TO NERVE, ECU PROF SAYS 

BURDtCK, MAMIE G. 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



7/0'3/82 
10/03/B2 



X 5 
5 



H 1 
H 1 
H 1 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 1 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

M 2 

S 2 

H 2 



3/17/82 

<./2<./R2 

10/27/82 



3/19/32 
1/17/82 
9/2D/82 
A/01/82 
9/14/82 
9/20/82 
9/14/82 
6/26/82 
12/22/82 
6/04/82 



8/1D/82 
8/11/82 
8/11/82 
8/12/82 
8/13/82 
8/13/82 
8/22/82 



B 1 N L30 

C 1 N 

B I P F L30 



C 9 

E I 1 P F 



A 9 

A 25 

B 1 

A 9 

B 1 

A 24 

C 9 



A 12 

a I 

c 1 

B 1 

3 1 

C 3 

A I 



H 2 5/23/82 A 17 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H I 

H 2 

H 1 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



S 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



7/15/82 
11/25/82 
12/28/82 
12/29/82 
12/30/'>2 
12/31/32 



2/12/82 
11/21/82 



2/09/82 
2/11/82 
2/12/82 



5/16/82 
3/24/82 
8/24/82 



5/17/82 
5/18/32 



9/28/82 

6/27/32 

10/19/82 

10/19/32 

4/20/82 

2/12/82 

12/22/82 



5/23/82 
11/01/82 
U/Dl/»2 



12/19/82 
lO/23/»2 
12/28/82 
6/23/82 
5/24/'=2 
10/15/82 
4/25/82 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



L 

N F30 
N 351 
N F30 
N B51 
N B51 
N 
N B51 

N 



B 3 P N 

A 23 N 

a 1 N 

3 1 N 

3 4 N 

B 1 P P 



B I 

C 10 

A 9 
A 25 



N B51 




N G53 

N G53 
N F30 



1 P N 
7 N 



1 



N U57 
N 



1 P U F25 

2 P F 330 
I " f 505 
1 P F E05 

3 N 

8 -I W24 

9 



1 o F M71 

2 P U M71 
2 F 018 



C 10 

C 4 

B 1 

C 1 





N 
N 505 



MONTHLY/4 



I N E X 
12/31/82 



ay N 4 M E s 



P4GE <■'. 
1/17/83 



4 rE4CH6R'S SEW4R0S 
3UPES. P4UL L. JP. 

CH4NNeL 11 ^uHEs ';eneo4l »4N4;e'! 

TELEVISION ST4TIUN GETS NEW GENER4L M4N4GER 

■(UBFOROt JENNIE 

POLICE CM4RGE TWO WITH KI0N4P=ING 

GUNPOINT KI0N4PBING C-I4RGE0 

2 4W4ITING »eClUCTION HE4RING 

CH4PEL HILL COUPLE OUT ON SONO 

LIST OF THOSE 4RRESTE0 IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

NO NE'-l INFQRM4TI0N 4V4IL4BLE ON ORuG R4IDS 

oURFOROf M4RK J0N4TH4N ICH4PEL HILL) 

L4H OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG ^UST 

LIST OF THOSE 4RRESTE0 IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

3URGFR. RO»EPT OR. 

4 CHIP OFF THE OLD TRIANGLE. . • 

■•UPGERi HARSfN (SUPREME COURT JUSnCEl 
FACTORIES WITH FENCES 

3URGESS. 4. L4RRY 

OUKF POWER PROMOTES 2 

3UPGIN. FRED (RUTHERFOROTONl 
N.C. OFFICUL: TURKEYS' 



FUTURE IMPROVING 



3URIiN. PETER OR. 

OUKE 400ING HUMANITIES PROGRA" 

PART-TI-E GR40 STUDENTS GET WAR" RECEPTION AT DUKE 

^URKE. ED 

^^<E0IC4N PAIR AGES GRACEFULLY INTO WORLD COMPETITION 

3URKF, KEVIN LINE 
OBITUARY 

3UPK6, SEL"* 

RESE4RCHEP. WRITER WIN NORTH C4R0LIN4 4WARDS 

"URKITT, OENIS PARSONS 

FORMER MISSIONARY TO ADDRESS CHURCH, DOCTORS 

3URNFTT, BESSIE 

PARTY WAS LATE BUT WAS SHE SURPRISED! 

=URNETT, BRANTLEY T. 

PERSON AIRPORT MEETING SHOULD 0R4W CROWD 

"URNETT, CH4BLES KIRK 

A TEST FOR "ABRIEO H4PPINESS 

QUESTIONS HELP COUPLES EXAMINE MARRIAGE 

3URNETT, F°ANK 

PLAN 34N0UET 

"URNETT, GRADY (CH4PEL HlLLl 

3 0R4NGF INJURIES REPORTED 

lUPNETT, JAMES w. ICH4PEL HILLI 
03 ITU4RY 

^URNETTE. 5RFN0A B. 

G10UP HOPES TO SAVE JOBS 

3U°NETTE, FRANK 
HONORFO 
SOUTH CAROLINA CHOOSES BELL 4S 

=URNETTE. GARLAND 

LOAN RULES IRF EASED; MONEY IS 

3U0NETTE. MAC (CL40KSVILLE1 
LIKE FATHER. LIKE SON 
AUCTIONEERING CHAMP GETS LICENSE 
CLARKSVILLE'S PROUD OF TOP AUCTIONEER 
TOP AUCTIONEER C4N'T KEEP A PROMISE 
TAR HEELS TO CHANT FQR TITLE 

3URNETTE. OEGIN4L0 "REGGIE" 
DEPUTIES 4RBEST DURH4M 



HEAD COACH 
MAIN WORRY 



'AN INDICTED ON 4SS4ULT CH4RGE 



=>URNIE. ETHEL 
a3ITU4RY 

»UBNS, OOTTIE 

DIMINUTIVE DONKEYS DESIGNED FDR LOVE 

"URN";, EDWIN "JACK" «N0 JU4NITA P. (GREENSBORO! 
PAIR CH4RGED WITH TAX FRAUD 

BURNS. RiNOY (JAMESTOWN. N.Y.) 

THREE MEN SENTENCED IN PC3 DUMPING 

3URNS. ROaERT JAMES 

THREE MEN SENTENCED IN PC3 DUMPING 

BU'NS. TIMOTHY (JAMESTOWN, N.Y.) 

THREE MEN SENTENCFO IN PC3 DUMPING 

= UBN":> WILLIAM L. "BILL" 

CC3 PROFITS IN 1991 DIP 11.2 "ILLION 

2 ON STEERING G»OUP 

CCa ALLCWEO rn OPEN wINSTON-SSLEM OFFICE 

3UPNS, /.OQDY 

2 CHAPEL HILL TEENS RESCUED 
TEENS TURN UP IN RIVER SEARCH 

3UPR. 'ETTZ (N.Y. CITYl 

THE LITFR4RY LANTERN 

BURR, °AYMONO 

THE DAY "PERRY- CAME TO DUKE 

BURROUGHS, G4RY (GREENSBORO) 

MILITARY SERVICE ATTRACTS JOBLESS 

BURROUGHS, GEORGE " . (MONTREAL! 

SIX ARE INDICTED !N ABDUCTION CASE 
5 MEMBERS OF OUTLAWS CONVICTED 

BURROUGHS, IRA 



N E 

P D DATE 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 3YL 



H 2 3/29/n2 D 



H 2 
S 2 


9/10/32 
9/10/32 


A 
A 


9 

a 


p 


N 
N 




S 2 

H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


5/2'>/32 
5/27/B2 
5/27/32 
5/28/82 
6/05/92 
6/05/92 


A 
4 
C 

a 

a 

A 


1 
1 
I 
1 

14 
2 


p 


N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


t34 
W36 


S 1 


6/0<i/92 
6/05/82 


4 

3 


I 
14 




N 
N 




H 2 


3/07/32 





1 


P 


F 


420 


S 2 


2/10/82 


4 


4 




E 




S 2 


3/13/82 


4 


2 


p 


N 




H 2 


3/21/32 


8 


8 


P 


F 


W60 


n 


3/12/62 
3/13/82 


C 

C 


Q 
1 




N 
N 




H 2 


6/28/92 


D 


1 




N 


C52 


H 2 


11/11/82 


C 


16 


P 







H 2 


11/05/82 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/29/82 


A 


7 


p 


N 




H 2 


1/29/82 


a 


1 


p 


N 


V05 


H 1 


8/21/82 


a 


1 




N 


L30 


H 2 
S 2 


3/14/32 
4/21/82 


E 
3 


1 
1 




N 

F 




S 2 


1/01/82 


C 


9 


P 


N 




S 2 


5/17/82 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


8/17/52 


C 


4 










H 2 2/01/32 



S 2 1/09/82 
H 2 1/10/32 



A 14 P P S76 

3 6 P N 



S 2 1/11/82 C 



H 2 4/20/82 

H 1 7/07/S2 

H 2 7/26/82 

S 2 3/03/82 

H 1 9/29/82 



H 2 1/04/32 

H 2 3/20/32 

H 2 5/3D/92 

H 2 4/15/82 

H 2 4/24/92 

H 2 4/24/82 

H 2 4/24/82 



A 9 P P C56 

B I N 

3 7 P F 

A 6 P F 

B I N H60 



1 P F 330 



H 2 


1/26/32 

5/20/32 

10/07/82 


3 
C 
li 


1 
1 
1 


N 
N 

N 


F78 


S 2 

H 2 


6/11/92 
6/12/9Z 


A 
3 


1 

1 


N 
P N 


W36 
J36 


S 2 


3/2D/92 


A 


1 1 


a 




H 2 


3/03/82 


C 


\ 


P u 


L57 


S 2 


d/16/92 


c 


3 


N 




"hI 


5/29/92 
11/07/32 


c 

A 


12 
11 


N 
N 





MONTHLr/» 



NNUIL INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/B2 



N.C. CAMPAIGN FINANCE UAH 



CHAIN TOLD 



^UiiROUGHSt SHILOW 

GALLANT EAGLE CASUALTY FACES t OURT-MARTI AL 
P«RATI>OOPER OUITS MILITARY 

3URt*ClW. SA** J, JR. 

HOUSE SPEAKER NOMINATED FOR 2^0 TERM 

■"URRIJS. ALAN 

INJURY PUTS oURRUS QUT FOR SEASON 

?URT. =)ILLY A. 

CANDIDATE ADMIRABLE 

"URT. RICHARD (U.S. STATE DEPT.) 

N-WEAPON FREEZE SAID IMPRACTICAL 
HEL"S QUESTIONS NOMINEE'S FIPJESS 

»URTi WILLIE 0. 

SLACK PEOPLE GET »AW DEAL 

aURT SAYS STATEMENTS ON SHOOTING NOT HIS 

OURTHEY, GROVER 

WHICHARO SEEKS MORE CIVIC CENTER SUPPORT 
CITY TO CONDEMN LAND FOR CENTER 
COUNCIL TO SET COMPENSATION FDR CENTER LAND 
FURNITURE MOODS. CITY S650,00D APART DN LAND 
RACE IS NOT AN ISSUE IN PROJECT 3ARGAINING 
FURNITURE MOODS LOWERS LAND PRICE TO S5J0.000 
OFFICIALS SAY CENTER LAND PRICE TOO HIGH 
LAWSUIT THREATENED OVER CONDEMNATION 

?URTHEY, GPOVER JR. (LAWYER) 

""OODS- OWNERS RENEW OFFER — WITH EXPLANATION 
PROPERTY OWNERS PLAN CONDEMNATION aATTLE 

"URTDN. CLARA 

3URT0N FAMILY HAS A HOLIDAY GATHERING 

"URTON. DONALD WILLIAM JR. (ME3ANE1 

MEBANE "AN ARRESTED IN ARMED ROBBERY 

^URTON. DONNA JONES 

GROUP SAYS CHANGES WEAKEN 

BURTON. JAMES ALFRED 

A STRANGE CONCEPT OF LAW ENFCRCEMENT 

"UPTON. KAREN 

CHEVY GOT HIS EYE. SHE WON HIS HEART 

"UPTON. RICHARD C. 

•DECEASED' WALKS IN ON MQURNE' S 

"UPTON. »05ERT L. 

U.S. HILL HELP MINORITY BUSINESSES. 
CPNTE" MAY iin MINORITY BUSINESS 

BURTON. ROBERT w. 

CHEEK ROAD MQWE ROBBED 

^UBWELL. WILLIAM L. lOXFORDI 

HEARING ON OFFICERS' SUIT POSTPONED 

JUDGE WILL RULE IN OXFORD CASE 

TWO OXFORD OFFICERS LOSE COURT PETITION: JUDGE DENIES ALL REOUESTS 

"US3Y. ELLA MAE 

aPI^UARY 

BUSBY, MELINOA DAWN 

OFFICERS PROBE DEATH 
OBITUARY 

"USCH, JOEL ILOUISBURGI 

3 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

nvESTIGATORS BEGIN PROBE OF "LANE CRASH THAT KILLED 3 

SAFETY POARO OFFICER PROBING PLANE CRASH 

AUTOPSY REVEALS CRASH DEATH CAUSE 

"U5H. GEORGE 

3USH TO TOUR EOBT BRAGG 

BUSH LANDS AT FORT BRAGG 

VICE PRESIDENT PAYS VISIT TO =ORT 3RAGG 

BUSH TO CAMPAIGN ON BEHALF OF COBEY 

FEDERATION PLANT TO PROTEST 

BUSH SEES VOTE AS A TEST 

VICE PRESIDENT HEARS CRITICISM OF TOBACCO TAX 

?USKE. GEORGE 

WORLD WAR II VETERANS GATHERING 

"USSE. EWALD w. 

3 POOFESSORS AT DUKE ELECTED SCIENCE FELLOWS 

OBSTETRICS SPECIALISTS NAMED DUKE DFAN 

CHRISTAKOS NAMED DUKE DEAN 

DUKE NAMES CHIEF OF CENTER ON AGING 

DUKE TAPS COHEN AS NEW DIRECTOR JF AGING CENTER 

OR. BUSSE TO GET AWARD 

DR. BUSSE WINS AWARD 

'?UTKOVICH, BERNARD 

CWP WANTS INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR 

PUTLER. BRETT 

J^LSiS-'J^'HIl T'„5PRING YIELDING HITS, STEALS, RAVES FROM OBAVES 
l,,?'22'^S„''?5'^- 3"^^^ 3UTLER HAS 'EARNED HIGH PRAISE FROM FANS. . . 
BL'TLER PROVES BARGAIN BUY FOR BRAVES 

BUTLFR. DEAN 

TV STAR IN AZALEA FESTIVAL 

BUTLER. GEORGE (CBS EXECUTIVE) 

CBS EXECUTIVE GIVES TIPS ON MJSICAL CAREER 

"UTLER. GLENN AND LINDA 

CHANGE ^!EEDED ON BOARD 

"UTLER, LINDA K. 

CRUELTY TO BEARS 

BUGLER. WALTER SAMUEL "SAMMY" JR. (CASWELL CO.) 
DOUBLE FUNERAL FOR FATHER, SON 
FATHER, SON INSEPARABLE - EVEN IN DEATH 

"UTLER, WALTER SAMUEL SR. (CASWELL CO.) 



N 
P 


E 
D 


DATE 


S 

E 
C 


PG 


I T 
L V 
L P 


H 


2 


3/16/B2 


B 


7 





H 
S 


2 
2 


c./I5/"2 
9/30/B2 


A 

c 


1 1 

15 


N 
N 



H 2 12/03/82 A 9 N 
H 2 9/2D/32 3 2 N 
H 2 '•/2'./R2 A 4 L 



H 2 5/03/B2 B 12 N R0<? 
H 2 9/l7/n2 A 7 N 



N 


SB3 


N 


K90 


N 


S^I 


N 


S'jl 


F 




N 


S'jl 


N 


K90 


N 


K90 


N 


sst 


N 


K9D 



H 2 3/25/32 A 5 
H 2 9/02/32 A 2 



S 2 6/09/82 A I P 

S 2 10/l<./82 A I 

H 2 13/15/82 A 1 

H 2 10/22/82 A 1 

S 2 lD/25/82 A <, 

H 2 10/29/82 A I 

S 2 10/29/82 A I 

S 2 11/05/32 A 1 



H 2 12/16/82 3 3 P 
S 2 12/22/82 C 1 



H 2 1/05/82 A 6 N 

H 2 1/05/32 a 12 N 

S 2 1/02/82 A 16 N 

H 2 l/ID/82 4 E 

H 2 7/25/82 E 2 P F S56 

H 2 5/13/82 A 9 N 



H 2 3/06/B2 C 1 P N 

S 2 3/06/82 A 3 P N K90 



S 2 1/01/82 C 1 



1 10/22/82 a 1 N H60 
1 11/23/82 3 1 N H60 
1 11/25/82 B I N H50 



H 2 3/13/82 D 



S 2 12/16/82 C 1 
H 2 12/17/82 C 12 



H 2 7/26/82 A 1 P N M51 

S 2 7/26/82 A 1 N E05 

H I 7/27/62 S 1 N L30 

S 2 7/27/82 B 1 N EOS 



? 


2/04/82 


A 


6 


N 


2 


2/05/82 


A 


1 


N 


^ 


2/06/82 


A 


5 


N 


f 


9/21/32 


A 


1 I 


P N 


/ 


10/04/8J 


A 


1 1 


N 


2 


10/07/82 


A 


1 


N 


I 


10/07/B2 


C 


9 


P N 



S 2 4/24/82 A 



1/22/82 
5/13/32 
5/13/82 
5/14/82 
5/14/82 
10/29/82 
10/29/82 



H ? 6/25/82 C 5 N 



H 2 3/16/82 8 2 P F 

H 2 4/04/82 3 1 P F J71 

S 2 4/12/82 10 N R66 



H 2 2/26/82 8 N 

S 2 3/25/"2 J P N 371 

H 2 9/24/82 A 4 L 

H 2 7/13/82 A 4 L 

H 2 6/30/82 C 5 

H 2 7/D4/82 A 4 N 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/52 



DOUBLE FUNERAL FOR =ATHFRt SON 

FATHER. SON INSEPARABLE - EVEN IN DEATH 

3UTTFRS. RONALD DR. 

KING'S ENGLISH SPOKEN - NOWHERE 

^UTTERS. T?M 

THE R"AD TO SUCCESS: aED WILSDN'S APPROACH "RINGS FAVORABLE RESULTS. 

DUKE CAPTURES FIRST TENNIS TIT;.e 

DUKE'S ARLOSuRCV LOSES =LIGIoILITY 

AOLOSQROV LTSES ELIGIBILITY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE SPORTS CROWD 

JUOf-E'S TV RULING IS PUSH; F A'l ATTENDANCE IS SHOVE 

IT'^ '^u-'c'S TURN TD DRAW 

5A0 TI-ING. YES. fUT 5A0 DECISION? 

FILLING DUKE'S HOUSE: THE NUMBERS DON'T ADO UP 

A LITTLE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT 

RED WILSON FiPED AT DUKE 

RED /.ILSON OUT AS DUKE COACH 

DUKE ATHLETIC TACTICS TAKE TLB N FOR THE WORSE 

WILSON FEELS 5UTTERS' CCLD SWDRD 

TIMING ANGERS DUKE PLAYERS 

AT RANDOM 

3UTTE°S SILENT ON WILSON FIRING 

IN TO" BUTTERS' CASE. SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN 

BUTTERS' STATEMENT 

BUTTERS RESPONDS '0 HIS CRITi:s 

DUKE GETS WHAT IT DESERVES - TO" "UTTERS 

WORD FOR WORD: THE TRANSCRIPT 

THE GREAT 3IG 'WHY' 

OUKE FIRED WRONG OFFICIALS 

COMMUNICATIONS GAP 

WOONG XAN 

SAO STATES OF AFFAIRS 

BUTTE'S' DEMEANOR IN WILSON DISMISSAL DISTURBS DUKE FANS 

DISTURBING IMPLICATIONS FOR DUKE 

WF PULLFO FOR DUKE 

auTTEos. FURMAN'S SHERIDAN TO DISCUSS DUKE POSITION 

DUKE NEEDS WILSON. NOT "UTTERS 

BUTTE'S' LIST PARED TO '5-6-7' 

THE CANDIDATES: HANDICAPPING "UTTERS' LIST 

SHERIDAN CONFIRMS ANOTHER DUKE TALK 

WORDS TO RED from a FAN: THAN< S FOR THE MEMORIES 

FOOTBALL PURGE A SHOCK TO ALUMNI 

SANFORO EXPLAINS WILSON CASE IN MEMO TO 'FRIENDS. ALUMNI' 

DUKE F4N RRAI5ES 9UTTERS 

SANFQRO: WILSON'S JOB TEMPORARY 

A GOOD PLACE FOR SLOAN 

OH. FOR MORE TQM BUTTERS AND LESS 3ELLY-ACHERS 

DUKE. OTHER SCHOOLS SHOULD FQR M LEAGUE 



EXPERIENCE: OON'T BACK OFF 



BUTTNER. BILL 

3UTTNER LEARNED FROM 

"UTTRY. JOHN WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 

"UTTS. JOHN 0. DR. 

AUTO 'EAT 3ELTS DO SAVE LIVES 

=UT2. ROBERT F. 

CABLE TV SERVICE 'POOR' 

"UTZNER. JOHN 0. JR. (JUOCEI 

JUDGE TO RETIRE FROM 4TH CIRCJIT APPEALS COURT 

BUYCK. KRISTA ICHAPEL HILLI 
BILL COEEY OjalIFIED 

BYERLY. DONALD i. ICLEMMONSI 

wrM4N KILLED IN WALKERTOWN 

BYERS. DEXTER CGASTONIAl 

FIV= ARTTHERS SEVERELY BURNED IN GASTONIA HPUSE 
BURN VICTIMS ARE TAKEN OFF CRITICAL LIST 

"VERS. FREDDIE LEE IChaPEl HILLI 
MAN JAILED IN SLAYING 

BYFR5. RALPH M. 

DURHAM TECh: THE NAME MATTERS 

=YNUM. EONA 

JAIL MiTRON IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

"YMUM, ERIKA 

WOMAN HELD IN SHOOTING 

BYNUM CHARGED WITH SHOOTING MAN 



(CHAPEL HILLI 



"YNUM. LOLA P. 
J»ITUARY 

BYNUM, REGINALD KEITH 

2 CHARGED WITH CONTEMPT 

BYPD. JOSEPH AND SHEREE 

PARENTS SENTENCED IN CHILD'S ") EATH 

BYRD. JUNIE DANIEL 
OBITUARY 

"YRO. LUTHER NICHOLSON ( ELON COLLEGE) 

LUTHER N. BYRD. RETIRED ELON =ROF. 

CA">OT. JFRI 

EXPRESSWAY STORY WAS 



IRRESPON SIBLE' 



CADOELL. BILL 

EXPRESSWAY. I-*-! 'RIJECTS CONTINUE 

SURVEYING BEGINS =0R EXPRESSWAY 

EXTRA CITY T!)iFFIC EaST-wEST "EAR 

U.S. APPROVAL EXPECTED FOR EXPRESSWAY STUDY 

CAOLETT, lizzie HAYWOOD 
OBITUARY 

CADLETT, TONY WAYNE 

CAR HIT": BUILDING. KILLS MAN 

CAR HITS STORE; iYSTANOER KIUEO 

FATALITY HEARING FRIDAY 

OBITUARY 

CAOWALLAOEP. ROBERT T. JR. 

NCNB NAMES CAOWALLADER CITY EXECUTIVE FOR DURHAM 
NCNB TAPS CITY EXECUTIVE 
2ND MORTGAGES ARE POPULAR 

















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6/30/82 


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H 2 


7/D4/92 


A 


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3/14/52 


c 


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10/02/52 


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S91 




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4/19/32 


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M71 




H 2 


6/D2/"2 


3 


2 




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M71 




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6/02/52 





3 




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H 2 


7/0P/''2 


B 


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9/17/82 


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D71 




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9/23/"2 


D 


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u 


D71 




H 2 


10/23/52 


B 


2 




u 


D71 




H 2 


11/04/52 





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G 


M71 




H 2 


11/05/52 


C 


1 


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G 


M71 




S 2 


11/22/52 


A 


1 


p 


N 


019 




H 2 


U/23/92 


A 


1 


a 


N 


S91 




S 2 


11/23/52 


A 


4 




E 






S 2 


11/23/52 


a 


2 


o 


U 


013 




S 2 


11/23/52 


3 


2 




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F25 




S 2 


11/24/52 





1 




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D18 




H 2 


1/25/82 


A 


1 





N 


591 




H 2 


1/25/52 


D 


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M71 




H 2 


11/25/82 


D 


1 


p 


N 






S 2 


,1/25/82 


A 


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5 2 


.1/25/52 


B 


1 




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018 




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.1/25/52 





1 


o 


N 






S 2 


.1/25/82 


3 


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F25 




S 2 


. /26/52 


A 


4 




L 






H 2 


. /27/92 


A 


4 




c 






H 2 


1 /27/82 


A 


4 




L 






H 2 


1 /28/52 


B 


2 




J 


M71 




H 2 


I /29/52 


B 


2 


p 


L 






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11/29/92 





5 




L 






H 2 


U/23/92 





5 




L 






H 2 


1 /30/52 


6 


3 




N 






S 2 


12/01/52 


A 


4 




L 






H 2 


12/03/82 


C 


1 




N 


S91 




S 2 


12/03/52 





1 


P 


U 


018 




H 2 


12/04/82 


D 


1 




N 






H 2 


12/05/R2 


B 


7 




L 






H 2 


12/07/52 


A 


4 




L 






H 2 


12/07/82 


D 


1 


p 


N 






S 2 


12/07/92 


A 


4 




L 






S 2 


12/07/82 


3 


1 




N 






H 2 


12/00/52 


D 


I 




U 


071 




H 2 


12/12/92 


B 


2 




L 






H 2 


12/17/62 


A 


4 




L 







H 2 9/16/52 D 1 



H 2 


12/31/82 


C 


6 







H 2 


6/06/82 





4 


L 




H 2 


3/04/82 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


10/21/82 


A 


10 


P N 




H 2 


10/29/92 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/10/92 


c 


10 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


1/15/82 
1/22/82 


A 
B 


13 

6 


N 
N 




H 2 


6/15/°2 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


2/26/92 


A 


5 


L 




S 2 


3/02/"2 


3 


1 


N 




H 2 
S 2 


12/14/92 
12/14/92 


A 
A 


2 
6 


N 
N 




H 2 


9/16/82 


c 


14 







S 2 


5/19/82 


E 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/22/52 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


4/D6/82 


3 


9 







H 2 


12/16/52 


A 


27 







S 2 


2/23/52 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


2/01/52 
2/02/R2 
3/25/°2 
a/09/92 


A 

3 
A 


1 
I 
1 
1 


N 

N 
N 
N 


F30 
581 
G53 
K90 


H 2 


7/02/52 


C 


1 1 







H 2 
H 7 
S 2 
H 2 


4/06/52 
4/06/82 
4/06/92 
4/11/92 


A 

B 
C 
C 


2 


P 
N 
N 



M66 


H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


1/14/52 
1/14/52 
7/09/52 


3 
C 

A 


1 
1 

1 


N 

P N 
N 


S83 



MONTHLr/A 



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CAESARf SHIRLEY 

U.S. WILL H^LP MINORITY BUSINESSES. CHAIN TOLD 
CENTER MAY AID MINORITY BUSINESS 
CIVIC CENTER CRUSADE SET 

CAGE. JOHN 

OFF-BEAT MUSIC SHOWS •FLEXIBILITY': COMPOSER 

CAIN. JACKIE 

•SECRET- DUO • INCOHPARAPLE • AT STEPHEN'S 

CAIN, TQM 

liberals' ne,< label can't hide real aims 
a dirty word 

cain, victoria graves 
obituary 

caines. jeanette 

north carolina visits result in book 

cal, peter anthony 

duke student arrested on arson charge after fire... in east campus oorm 

caldwell. ed (chapel hilll 

board elects new chairman 

caldwell. elliot t. 

students earn honors 

Caldwell, mike oasepall playeri 

molitor. caldwell key milwaukee's lo-o rout 
dobson. caldwell area's world series connection 

caldwell, philip (norfolk, va.i 

hunt joins ford plant pep rally 

caldwell, 50pert l. 

n.c. prison official fireo fop hogtieinc of inmates 

official is fired for hogtieing inmates 

correction employee appeals firing 

'hogtying' merits firing 

poison experts oecry hogtying 

n.c. prison official agrees to resign after settlement 

caldwell. roy roger c tina price (graham) 
family killed in truck crash 

caldwell, tyrone oavis (charlottei 

hostage situation ends in charlotte 

kininfss. brutality reported in hostage case 
charlotte youth pleads guilty to " kidnappings 
youth. 17. sentenced 

CALE. 90BBY 

ON The OFFENSIVE: CALE INTERCEPTS CHALLENGE TO COACH UNC RUNNING BACKS 

CALHOON, FORREST 

GAS TAX OVERDUE 

CALIFANO, JOSE»H 

'INCIPIENT CALIFANOISM' RAPPE!) 

N.C. DEMOS SUSPECT <00P OF ' CA L I FANOS IN- 

CALLAHAN. OARLENE "ETTY (ASHEVILLEI 

CAMERAS WILL ''E USED TO SEARCH MINE FOR BODY 

MINE SEARCHED FOR BODY 

VOLUNTEER OFFFRS TO SEARCH ABANDONED MINE FOR BODY 

N.C. WOMAN REPORTEDLY ESCAPES CAPTORS IN ILLINOIS 

ABANDONED MINE SHAFT MAY CONCEAL 20 VICTIMS 

WOMAN TO EE QUESTIONED ABOUT KIDNAPPING. SLAYINGS 

MAN INDICTED IN ASHE MINE SLAYING CASE 

COUPLE CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING CASE 

SIX ARE INDICTED IN ABDUCTION CASE 

TRIAL SCHEDULED TO OPEN TODAY IN MINE CASE 

TRIAL OPENS IN MINE SLAYING 

I N.C. MEN FACE KIDNAPPING CHARGES 

N.C. WOMAN TESTIFIES SHE WAS FQRCED TO WORK AS PROSTITUTE 

5 MEMBERS OF OUTLAWS CONVICTED 

CALLAHAN. JOHN 

INDUSTRY IS HOPING TO FIND GAS IN N.C. 

CALLAHAN, ROBERT 
MAN ATTACKED 

CALLAWAY, J. LAMAR DR. 

PREVENTION BEST CURE FOP SKIN CANCER 

CALLOWAY. CAB 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

CALVERT. SANORA DR. ( UNC-G I 

•PREPLAYS' MAY HELP CHILDREN » ETTER UNDERSTAND PROGRAMS 

CAMDFN. WILLIAM 

'A SENSELESS THING': ELDERLY OAIR BEATEN, ROBBED OF J7 
MAN ANO HIS MOTHER ROBBED AT = EW GARDENS 

CAMEL, DAVID WESLEY 

WOMAN'S BONO IS INCREASED 
JUDGE RESETS BOND TO 550,000 

CAMERON, C. C. ("^IPST UNION NAT'L. BANK! 
CHARLOTTE MALL "LANS HIT 
END OF RECESSION NEAR, BANKER SAYS 
SLOW RECOVERY EXPECTED IN N.C. 

CAMERON, CATHERINE M. IGOLDSTONl 

LANDFILLS SHOULD BE LAST BESO'T 
LANDFILLS REPRESENT OBSOLETE TECHNOLOGY 
LANDFILLS AREN'T SAFE FOR TOXINS 

CAMERON, CEORIC CLAIR 

SCHOOL BUS IS YOUTHS' TARGET 



CAMERON, CHARLES R. (APEX) 

it,";;lfl„t?°!=3,5"' "OSTAGE: STA'IDOFF EXISTS ON THIRD FLOOR AT CENTRAL. 

PRISONERS FREE «. HOSTAGES; <. STILL CAPTIVE 

THE HOSTAGES, THE PRISONERS 

PRISON STANDOFF CONTINUES: NEGOTIATIONS FALL THROUGH 

HOSTAGES: BRIEF PROFILES OF MEN HELD BY 3 INMATES 

CAMERON, OAN 

FUN OF COLLECTING POTTERY 



H 2 3/06/B2 C 1 R N 

S 2 3/06/82 A 3 P N K90 

H 2 7/17/32 A P o N 



H 2 12/31/82 II P F 

H 2 5/14/02 7 o R S66 



S 2 7/13/82 A 4 L 
H 2 7/23/82 A <. L 



H 2 3/03/82 A 13 P 

H 2 3/01/82 3 P U H45 

H 2 2/16/82 A 9 N 

H 2 12/07/82 A 6 N 

S 2 4/27/82 A 7 N 



H 2 10/13/82 B 2 P N 

H 2 10/17/82 8 R N M71 



H 2 3/26/82 A 13 



S 2 5/04/82 A I N 

H 2 5/05/32 C 5 N 

H 2 5/07/82 B 5 N 

S 2 5/12/82 A 4 E 

H 2 5/17/82 All N 

H 2 10/09/82 8 5 N 



H 2 4/09/82 C 



H 2 5/21/82 8 4 P N 

H 2 5/22/82 A 5 N 

H 2 7/25/82 A 8 N 

H 2 11/07/82 A 16 N 



H 2 4/08/82 D 3 = F S91 



2 


12/07/32 


A 


4 


L 


? 


2/20/82 


A 


5 


N 


2 


3/15/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


2 


1/09/82 


A 


1 4 


N 


2 


/13/82 


A 


9 


N 




/20/82 


A 


n 


N 


/ 


/26/82 


A 


1 


N 


/ 


1/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


/ 


1/30/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


' 


3/23/32 


A 


10 


N 


/ 


5/11/82 


A 


] 1 


N 


2 


5/29/32 


( 


1/ 


N 


2 


6/D1/82 


A 


1 / 


N 


7 


6/02/82 


A 


1 1 


N 


? 


6/24/92 


A 


2 


N 


2 


10/21/32 


B 


4 


N 


2 


11/07/82 


A 


1 1 


N 



H 2 3/01/82 All N 

H 2 2/07/82 A 10 N 

5 2 7/20/32 E 1 N BIO 

H 2 10/01/32 6PM 

H 2 12/13/82 A 6 P F 



H ? 1/07/82 A 16 N A54 
S 2 1/07/32 C 9 N 



1/21/82 
1/21/32 



3/06/82 
4/25/92 



23 
10 



S 2 12/29/82 A 



3 
18 



3/03/82 
10/14/02 
11/06/32 



S 2 10/08/82 C 1 



H 2 3/24/92 A ION 



3/24/92 
3/24/93 
3/25/92 
3/25/92 



S 2 3/13/82 D 2 P 



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CamEoON. DENNIS J. 

PSQF TAKES AI" AT C:3U'TM0'JSE 'ATRSNAiE 

CAxe^ON, EDMUND "RS. 

3E3UTANTE BALL IS A FAMILY TRAOITION 

CAMEKON. KEITM 

A3;aTiaN SUPPORTERS became LWID 
FETUS DOESN'T POSSESS RIC^TS 
DISTORTED ACCGU'lT GIVEN OF MEETING 
LEAGUE ':0T RACIST 
PRO-CHOICE GROUP'S POSITION DISTORTED 

CAMERON. MATT 

aaiTuARv 

CAMERON. ORTON J. (SANFORDI 
MAN SAYS LOTS CO-OMNEO 

CAMERON. JATME MICMAEL IROUGBMONTl 

2 ARE CHARGED I'i SEXUAL ASSAULT 
SDNO REDUCED FOR DWIGHT BELL 
JUDGE SEDUCES BELL'S 30ND 

CAMP. JIM 

DURHAM BUSINESS. INDUSTRY GROJTH FORECAST FOR 1982 
OURHA" AIR STILL EXCEEDS POLLUTION STANDARDS 
ERCO f>ELAYING DURHAM PLANT 

3 FIRMS EYE DURHA" COUNTY 
OURHA" MAY "".ET •in FIRMS 
TRACK MONEY RAISED 

5 FIR"S EYE DURHAM AS P0SSI3L? hO"E 

CAMPANELLI. LOU 

JAMES "A0IS3N PUTS DUXES UP Ml TH ?6ST 
JAMES MADISON CRUSHED. YET PRDUD 

CA»PRELL. 3. J. OR. ICHAPEL HILLI 

CHAPEL HILL CONTEST PROMOTES SEAT BELT USE 
CHILD SAFETY SEAT USE INCREASING 

CAMPPELL. CHARLES =AT lANOPEwS. N.C.I 
YOUTH DROWNS IN VA. 

CAMPBELL. CHARLTON 

CLASSICS ARE LOTS MORE FUN 

CA-'PRELL. DE';NIS MARION DR. 

MORAL DILEMMA - PROF: PLURALISM HEART OF PROBLEM 

CONFERENCE TO rivOLVE CLERGYMEN IN SCIENCE 

CAMPBELL CHOSEN DIVINITY SCHOOL OEAN 

HAL= A "0"ENT OF GLORY 

DUKE ''IVINITT DEAN IS APPOINTED 

DIVINITY OEan: holiday SURPRISES ARE GOOD 

CAMPBELL. EVA M, 

STUPENTS NEED TRAINING 

"doctor: TYLENOL INCIDENT SHOULDN'T -AR FESTIVITIES 

CA-P9ELL. GLEN 

GLEN wE!-S TAR HEEL 

'A-PPELL. JAMES A. (ROCK H I LL 1 

JNAPMEO. OFF-ouTY POLICEMAN OPTURES S.C. PRISON ESCAPEE 

tA-PiiELL. JOHN liORDON (CHAPEL hillI 
OBITUARY 

CAMPPELL. KAREN 

DEFENSE OF BOBBY KNIGHT NOT CONVINCING 

CAMpnSLL. "APDELL HUBBARO 
DRUG RAIDS NET 4 men 

CA-PPELL. ORVILLE 

PERUSING 'HE OTHER PAPERS 

CAMPPELL. RICHARD 

FINANCIAL SECURITY OF hIOOmS VARIES 

CA-PPELL. 'ONALD LEE 
QPITUARY 

CAMPBELL. Thomas LEE JR. (CHARLOTTE I 

BIKERS RETURN TO BURY SLAIN GANG ME-SER 
MOTORCYCLE ';aNG leader CHARGED 

Two BIKERS ARE INDICTED IN ATTACK ON U.S. AGENT 
HELL'S ANGELS CONVICTED OF ASSAULT 

CAMPPELL. TO" (DURHAM CITY COUNCIL) 

A LOOK AT 303KS: LEADING CITIZENS LIST FAVORITES 
CIVIC CENTER'S COST 3UESTI0NED 

COUNCIL ME-PERS QUESTION ^UNOI NG PLAN FOR CIVIC CENTER , 

CENTER CETS TENTATIVE OK: CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS NOT fully PLEASED 

C'1UNCIL"EN ABANDON ROLL-OUT GARBAGE STUDY 

CITIZENS SPEAK OUT ON PLAN FOR DOWNTOWN CIVIC CENTER 

ORIGINAL CENTER PLAN BACKED 

ROLLOUT GARBAGE: CITY has 'NO PLANS' To PROCEED 

CITY 'MISSES "ESSAG"' ON ROLLOUT GARBAGE 

CITY PUTS INDEFINITE HOLD ON ' QLL-OUT GARBAGE 

5 S"LCNS BACK ARMS free;; 

SUBCOMMITTEE GETS TDw CHANGES 

SPEAKERS BACK NIGHT BUSES 

COUNCIL-EN DIFFER ON EFFECT QF TAX INCREASE 

C':uNCIL"£N SAY PLANS FOR CENTER TOO INCOMPLETE 

CAMPBELL. MAYNE 

9.ot SALES BOOST CHEERS OURHA" "ERCHANTS 
DURHAM "EPCMANT GROUP GROWS 

MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION BUYS 2 CREDIT BUREAUS 
MERCHANTS SROUP GETS r'OWNTOWN LAND =0R BUILDING 
DURHAM COUNTY SALES UP SLIGHTLY IN OCTOBER 

CANALDA, JUAN SGT. (CORONA. N.Y.I 

AIR FORCE SERGEANT CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

CAN.NADA, EDNA GRIFFIN 
OXITUARY 

CANNAOA. RUPERT IVEY 
OBITUARY 

CANNAOA. VIRGINIA BROWNING 



H 2 2/03/92 A 12 N 

H 2 1/03/82 E I ' "= H<,5 



2 7/15/32 

2 7/2P/32 

2 9/03/32 

2 3/D5/B2 

? 3/37/82 



H 2 2/DP/32 3 



H 1 9/09/92 B 1 



S 2 1/21/32 C 1 
H 2 1/22/82 B 5 
S 2 1/22/92 A 7 



s 


7 


1/01/82 


A 


I 


N 


sa3 


s 


7 


3/02/82 


P. 


1 


N 


K90 


H 


7 


5/27/92 




1 


N 


F79 


s 


7 


5/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


S83 


s 


7 


9/01/92 


A 


1 


N 


sai 


H 


7 


12/23/92 


A 


t 


P N 




s 


2 


12/23/92 


C 


1 


N 


saj 


H 


P 


3/13/92 


B 


7 


'I 


M7 1 


H 


2 


3/14/82 




4 




"'1 



S 2 3/04/82 C I 
S 2 7/20/82 A 6 



N 



H 2 4/12/82 A 10 N 

H 2 11/05/82 1 p F W66 



H 


7 


2/06/82 


A 


9 


F 


A20 


s 


7 


4/07/82 


A 


ft 


N 




H 


7 


11/09/92 


A 


1 


N 


A20 


H 


7 


11/09/92 


fl 


1 


U 




s 


7 


11/09/92 




! 


P N 




s 


2 


12/24/92 


A 


1 


N 


<90 



H 2 4/03/92 A 4 L 

S 2 10/20/92 A 1 N T32 

H 2 10/26/92 A o p » 

S 2 6/30/82 C 19 N 

H 2 11/10/82 A 9 

S 2 6/25/92 A 4 L 

S 2 11/D5/92 A 11 N 

H 2 9/D6/92 B 1 U S36 

H 2 6/11/92 B 2 F B30 

H 2 12/28/82 B 9 



<; 7 


1/12/32 


9 9 


N 




H 7 


7/31/92 


3 12 


N 




" 7 


3/19/92 


A 7 


N 




H 2 


11/18/82 


A 27 


N 




S 2 


1/07/82 


1 


P F 


971 


H 2 


2/03/92 


A 1 


N 


S51 


S 2 


3/11/92 


A 1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


3/12/92 


A 1 


N 


551 


S 2 


3/23/92 


A 1 


N 


<90 


S 7 


3/23/32 


A 1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


3/26/82 


A I 


'J 


S51 


H 7 


4/09/92 


3 I 


N 


S51 


S 2 


4/09/92 


A 4 


L 




S 2 


4/D9/»2 


C I 




»90 


S 2 


•./2'?/92 


C 1 


N 


K90 


S 2 


4/21/92 


C 1 


N 


<90 


H 2 


4/3D/92 


e 1 


P »l 


S5l 


S 2 


5/19/92 


A 1 


N 




H 2 


3/D4/P2 


A 1 


.. ^ 


L41 


S 7 


7/31/92 


A 1 


N 


S33 


S 7 


3/06/92 


A 1 




Spi 


H 7 


3/10/92 


3 7 


•1 




S 2 


3/19/92 


C 1 


N 


Srtl 


u 2 


12/32/82 


A 19 


N 


L4 1 



S 2 2/26/92 A 7 
H 2 1/C9/P2 C 6 
H 2 l/27/°2 C 5 



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WOMEN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY 

3 CHARGED IN BURGLARY GET BONO REDUCTIONS 

SONO REDUCED RQR 3 'JO'<E^ 

LAW OFFICERS SCOR? RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C3UNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

CANNAOV. DEBORAH 

OURHAH HONORS WORK TF NURSES 

CANNADYt MARY 

ICY STREETS CAUSE ACCIDENTS 

CAWNAOY. N. 6. lASHEVILUEl 

WATAUGA GRAND JURY RETU'NS BID-RIGGING INDICTMENT 

CANNONt EDMQND N. 

MAN CONVICTED IN OFFICER'S DEATH 
MAN CONVICTED OF POLICEMAN'S :!EATH 
SLAIN POLICEMAN IS AWARDED PAY 

CANNON. JOHN N. 
OBITUARY 

CANNON. WAYNE 

WAYNE CANNON COMPLETES 



A UNIQUE 'DOUBLE FEATURE' 



CANNON. WILLIAM R, BISHOP 

FEARS EXPRESSED ON MINISTER RATINGS 

CHURCH CONVENTIONS: DECISIONS OF LONG-TERM EFFECT 

N.C. PUBLICATION REPORTS ON CARTER 

CANTERBURY, JANET 

SENIOR PARTICIPATION IS URGED 

CANTOELL. LOUISE 
OBITUARY 

CANTY, ARTHUR LEE (GREENSBOROI 

DURHAM "AN, I OTHER DIE IN CA^-MACHINE CRASH 
INJURED MAN TREATED, RELEASED 
ALCOHOL FIGURES IN WRECK 

CAPEHART, EVE 

SUMMEo PROGRAMS OPEN TO CHILDREN LISTED IN FREE BOOK 

CAPEHART, WADE 

AILING APPALACHIAN CAGER MAPS FUTURE PLANS 

CAPIZZI, ROBERT L. DR. 

TREATMENT HELPS LEUKEMIA SUFFERERS 

NEW DRUG THERAPY USED TG FIGHT LEUKEMIA "- 

CAPLAN, DOUGLAS LAWSON lAKA HUSKETH, DOUGLAS LEEl 

POLIC= CHARGE DURHAM TEEN IN S ANFORO WOMAN'S SLAYING 
DURHAM YOUTH, 17, TWO WOMEN CITED IN SANFORD SLAYING 

2 MORE Charged in convenience store murder 

DANGEROUS convicts ALLOWED TO RUN LOOSE 
OnuGLAS CAPLAN GETS 20 TEARS IN PRISON 
CAPLAN GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE 

CAPPARELLA, ELLEN MARIE 

RULING BY JUDGE GALLOWAY OVERTURNED 

CAPP5, ALBERT 

INEXPERIENCE WEBB'S NUMBER ONE HURDLE 

CAPPS, CLINTON 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: -JITH THE OUTDOOR CROWD 

CAPPS, JOHN R, (HENDERSONI 
C1EDI8ILITY LOST 

CAPPS. JOHN T. Ill IMOREHEAO CITYI 

3ALDIE5' bash: HAIRLESS TO CELEBRATE SATURDAY IN MQR6HEAD 

CAPPS, LEE HOOn 

OURHA" SETS ITS SIGHTS ON ALL-AMERICA CITY STATUS 
SFARCH BEGINS FOR TRADE ZONE MANAGER 
TRIANGLE FOREIGN TRADE ZONE DEBATED 
INTEREST IN TRIANGLE TRADE ZOME TRIPLES 
FPRFIGN TRADE ZONE MAY OPEN I>i SEPTEMBER 
FOREIGN TRADE ZONE BID DEADLINE NEXT TUESDAY 

CAPAHER, JACK 

DURHAM MAN WINS AWARD FOR WRITING 
STORY WINS FIRST PRIZE 

'"APBONE, PETER 

COLD [lAY ON PARKwOOD LAKE 

GARDEN, OARE 

WHEN ^HE GOES TO The kitchen, FRIENDS BENEFIT 

it's 2 eggs, not 1 

garden, kenneth max 

motfl manager reported "issins 
stereo equipment stolen 

cardwell, timothy wayne iburlingto^m 
drowning accidents clai" 2 lives 

caoey, dennis 

she wanted to be friends, too 

Carl, linda dr. 

people and what they're doing 

capleton, lois (fletcheri 

woman i"dicteo in death of sister 

n.c. case could force 'mercy <illing' ruling 

'"epcy killing' trial to open 

woman sentenced in death of sister 

suspended term given in mercy killing case 

carleton. stephanie 

professionalism shows in bryan center exhibit 

carlouist. carl and gay 

lost setter's feeling better, now he longs for home 

Carlton, ivy sorrell 
obituary 

Carlton, j. phIl 

carlton mum on chancellor pnst 
carlton not seeking post of chancellor 



N E 

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H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



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DATE C 

5/23/82 A 

5/2''/R2 C 

5/20/92 A 

6/04/B2 A 

6/05/82 8 



I T 
L Y 

PG L P BYL 



N 



S 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 



S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



5/D7/92 3 

1/15/B2 A 

U/15/82 A 



b/26/82 e 
6/26/32 A 
9/30/92 A 



12/14/82 A 
12/22/82 



6/14/82 A 
6/l')/R2 A 
7/18/32 C 



6/12/32 A 
2/15/82 A 



9/10/32 A 
9/11/32 A 
9/14/82 a 



5/24/82 A 
1/04/82 B 



4/27/32 A 

4/23/82 A 

7/09/32 A 

7/10/32 A 

7/10/82 A 

7/14/82 A 

7/29/82 A 

7/29/92 A 



1 P N J06 

1 o N DOe 

9 N 

3 N 

12 N 

10 N 

10 

2 N 

3 N 
6 N 

2 N 

3 P N E05 

10 

1 N F30 

3 N 

1 N 



9 N 
4 P N 



N 

N U57 

N 

N 

c 

N B51 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

5 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



4/03/92 B 

8/22/82 G 

6/25/82 B 

11/12/92 A 

9/07/82 A 



3/15/82 a 

7/26/32 C 

7/29/82 B 

9/15/32 A 

11/12/32 C 

11/13/32 A 



7/01/92 C 
7/08/82 D 



1 N 

12 N 

1 D U 

5 L 



>J M09 

N S33 

N Bal 

N S3 3 

N S33 

N L41 



H 2 1/24/32 D 1 P F A20 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



3/19/92 C 
3/26/82 C 



4/12/82 a 
4/12/82 C 



7/19/82 3 
3/21/B2 E 
3/18/82 A 



4/09/32 C 

4/20/°2 A 

5/24/B2 3 

5/25/32 A 

5/26/82 C 



9/D3/82 
4/03/92 A 
1/16/32 A 



1/J9/32 A 
2/05/»2 A 



1 P F S56 
10 N 



N 



1 N 

2 P F H45 
a " N 

3 N 
3 N 
7 N 
2 N 

14 P N 

10 U G63 
I N 



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^*""fOL<s' AROUND "ERE: REPORT FPO^ 90H6xtA 
FOL<S AROUND "ERE: THE MAY THINGS ARE 

'Aa"tC-'AEL. SRAOLEY (GOLDS?aRO) 

,RECH INVOLVES TRUCK. CAR, HQJSE 

CARXtC^AEL. CLINTON 

MAN APPREHENDED IN ^REAK-IN 

CARMICHAEL.^DON j^,j_j^|_ AOER CITY EXECUTIVE FOR DURHAM 

NCNP TAPS CITY EXECUTIVE 
■".APMICHAEL. 



UASSIE LONG 
CHAS;E0 IN SHOOTING 



CAPMICHAEL. <AThERINE KENNEDY (3IR"INGHA". ALA. I 
EX-9EAN 0"^ i<0"EN AT UNC DIES l T (>9 
FCRXER OEAN DP JOMEN AT L)NC-C-I 
KATHEPINE CARHICHAEL 

CARMICHAEL. MARNIE 

READING SET IN HENDERSON 

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLU8 PLANS 'BUNNY LUNCH- 

CAPMICHAEL. -ALTER L. 

WOMAN Charged in shooting 

CARNER.^JOANNE^ JINS HENREOON TITLE IN SUOOEN DEATH 

CARNEY. GLADYS 

•MY SON. THE REALTOR* 

CaPPENTSP. ECITh ANN 
JSITUARY 

CARPENTER. FRANK t»*QNROE» 

FIR-, TWO M^N INDICTED ON SID-RIGGING CHARGES 
GUILTY PLEA iNTEREC IN SID-RIIGING CASE 
CONTRACTOR GETS TERM IN aiD-RIGGING CASE 

rARPENTSP. HUBERT 

THE HORSE AND THE CUSSER 

CARPENTER. JAMES AUSTIN »SKIP" 
THE «EAThE«"EN 

•SKIP' CARPENTER OF WTVO DIES 
SKIP CARPENTER DIES 
TOISUTE TO 'SKIP' CARPENTER 

CARPENTER. JAMES VICTOR 
OBITUARY 

CARPENTER, MARCUS G. 

CARPE^'TER'S: CLEAN JP AREA 
3USINE5S SOS DESERVES COm-unITy RESPONSE 
AUTf -'E«LES wants PLACE FOR VAGRANTS 
GET DRUNKS. PROSTITUTES 

-*'"'-THiRE ARe'"sOUND REASONS. ..TO < EEP ANOTHER 1-85 HIGHWAY FROM.. 
HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: LEADS ACTIVE LIFE 

(■ARP^NTER. MARGARET (CHAPEL HILL) 

ARTICLE SAID UNFAIR TO TENNIS STAR 

UNC FANS. ITS COACH NOT SO PERFECT „ . „. - 

BRYANT'S CHANTES PQR WINNING 'HE HEISMAN: SLIM AND NONE 
GIVE KELVIN A aREAK. ANTI-uNC FANS 

CAPR. GECRGE wATTS 

DURHA" VOTEPS SHOULDN'T BE 
3URGLAR STEALS SILVER 
THIEF ROBS HOME OF SILVER. 

CAPR. GEORGE WATTS MRS. 

3URGLAR STEALS SILVER 

CAPR. JAMES L. 

DURHAM JURO'S TO GET A OREAK 

JUOf.E. COURT CLERK SEEK RE-EL=CTION 

C'RR. LaeARRS FILE for RE-ELECTION 

RE-^L^C" Ji" CARR 

GUTHRIE: =(DND FORFEITURES APPLIED UNFAIRLY 

DA CANDIDAT-S LEAD IN SPENDING '=0R COUNTY RACES 

VHT^RS' ALLIANCE: 'CHOICE Yew's' IN DA RACE 

WHAT ARE Thc 7UTIES QF ThE ClERk OF SUPERIOR COURT? 

^FTIR-^O FORMER ASSISTANT AIMS TO OUST INCUMBENT 

3LaCk'gROUP ENDORSES CIVIC CENTER 

riRR rE'=EATs RAY Guthrie for superior court clcRk 
carr re'ains clerk's seat 3y wide margin 
nance dutspent 3y mrs. he'on _ 

csrp: invest court Funds at county level 

carr. julian shakespeare ^ ,^ ,,, 

h0« times do change: true ghost stories 



-isled by detractors 

"ONEY 



:aRR. LYNN 

LYNN CARR TARS 



lEEL OF EUROPA 



CARR. RO=ERT ALLAN , ,^ 

APPEAL "EJECTED IN CHURCH SLAVERY CASE 

CAPR. RONNIE (0RANGE3URG. S.C.) 
MAN. OFFICER lUPT IN WRECK 
CHAPEL HILL PSO HURT IN WRECK 
wCU'S CARR RECUPERATING AT HU" £ 

CAPRAUAY. ANN 3ERNICE FULLER , , ,_ ,„ .. 

ORANGE DEPUTIES PPG3E GUNFIRE DEATH OF woman 

CARRAWAY. EDNA DANIEL 
D3ITUARY 

CARRAWAY. GEPTRuflE , ,^ , ,.._ 

SYMPOSIUM DINNER STAGED AT STAGVILLr 
E-BaRRaSSmENT helped START WRITER'S CAREER 

^""■r.C.'SAf.jE^'^S^S^'RECSSSION -AY END SOON 
EroNOMY SAID SHOWING =Ew RECO/ERY SIuNS 
RECESSION SAID SHOWING SIGNS OF BOTTOMING OUT 



H 2 2/0 2/32 3 1 D U 
H 2 2/09/82 3 1 D U 



H I 10/09/82 3 1 



H 2 9/29/52 A lA 



H 2 1/14/52 3 I N 
S 2 1/14/32 C 1 P N 



H 2 5/31/32 B 7 



S 2 6/29/R2 A 1 
H 2 6/29/32 a 3 
H 2 S/30/92 A «■ E 



H 2 3/13/82 B 12 N 
H 2 3/23/32 A 6 P 1 



H 2 5/31/32 3 7 

H 2 3/30/92 3 2 

H 2 3/23/32 A 4 

H 2 4/16/82 A 10 



2 5/12/32 A 
2 7/14/92 3 
2 9/09/?2 A 



H 2 12/17/82 A 



H 2 2/21/32 F 1 P = 

S 2 5/D9/82 A IPO 

H 2 5/09/92 C IPO 

H 2 5/24/82 A 4 L 



H 2 3/34/82 A 16 



11/09/82 B 
11/10/92 A 
11/12/92 C 
11/19/82 A 



H 2 2/10/92 C 7 
S 2 10/22/32 A 11 



S 2 5/09/92 A 



2 2/21/92 3 
2 8/29/"-2 a 
2 9/05/32 3 



H 2 6/01/82 A 5 

S 2 12/13/92 C 1 

H 2 12/14/82 A 9 

S 2 12/13/92 C 1 



1/07/92 
1/19/32 
l/l9/»2 
6/16/92 
0/22/92 
6/23/R2 
6/23/82 
6/25/92 
6/27/82 
6/29/92 
D/30/92 
6/30/92 
11/13/92 
12/09/82 



1 
1 
t 
I 

14 
1 

12 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



C42 
351 



351 
G53 

C42 
= 31 
"23 



5 2 12/31/92 A 3 ij 943 
M 2 2/26/82 D 10 P R S66 
H 2 3/12/92 3 1 N 



S 2 6/19/92 A 3 P N 
H 2 6/20/92 A 13 N 
H 2 7/25/92 3 4 N 



S 2 3/22/R2 : I N 
H 2 9/17/82 C 4 



H 2 5/11/82 A 6 P N 

S 2 5/20/92 C 5 F J50 



S 2 2/04/P2 A 6 N 
H 2 4/23/82 A 3 N 
M 2 7/30/92 A 10 N 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



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1/17/83 



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CARRINGTON. PENNtE 
OBITUARY 

CARRINGTONt JRYAN 

BULLDOGS' CSROINGTON BUILDING REPUTSTION 

CARRtNGTON. 5RY4NT 

alG BFNNIE: CiR'INGTON IN DHS SPOTLIGHT 

BULLDOG'S CIRPINGTON OUT; COLE'S 20 LEAD D. ACADEMY 

CARRINGTON. DORA E. 

U.S. LABOR OEPT. OF'=ICIAL TO HEAD NCCU ALUMNI 

CAORINGTON. GEORGE HARDEE 
OBITUARY 

CARROLL. ARAM 

STUDENTS NEED TRAINING 

CARROLL. BERNARD JAMES OR. 

DUKE APPOINTS CHAIRMAN OF PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT 

CARROLL. BILL (CHAPEL HILL) 
FLYTRAPS AND CANCER 

CARROLL. H. BRADLEY IMARRENTON) 
VALENTINE CHAIRMAN NA-EO 

CARROLL. JAMES E. IC3LUM3US CO. I 

3 PEOPLE INDICTED IN COCAINE ZASES 

STATE LEGISLATOR DENIES COLCO^ CHARGE 

6 IN COLUMBUS COUNTY CASE PLEAD INNOCENT TO CHARGES 

TWO MORE I.<DICTED IN COLUMBUS PROBE 

ATTORNEY: 5 COLCOP PLEAS MAY : HANGE 

DEFENDANT SAYS HE HILL TESTIFY IN COLCOR CASE 

COLCOP FIGURE DRAWS 5-YEAR SENTENCE 

COlCOR FIGURE CONVICTED OF TH^ cE DRUG CHARGES 

carroll. jeffrey alan (kings mountain) 

s.c. official's son charged in drug raid 

carroll. jesse hughes 
obituary 

carroll. johnny 

man robbed on morning glory 

carroll. leona weaver 
obituary 

carroll. lewis 

lewis carroll's memorial 

carr'^ll. norman 7. 

carroll writes journal article 

carroll. roland junior (columbus co.] 

6 in columbus county case plead innocent to charges 
attorney: 5 colcor =leas -ly change 
3 colcop defendants sentenced 

Carroll, tim (deputy sheriff) 

leary promotes three heputies 
3 deputies 9eceive promotions 

carrhway. ann 

DURHAM 
OBITUARY 
2N0 WARP 

aOBPiNs 

OBITUARY 

INVE5TIG 

POSSI=IL 

DURHAM M 

ROaoiNS 

TWO MURO 

R083INS 

LAWYER N 

SHEFFIEL 

ROBPINS 

WITNESS 

POCABLE 

JUDGE FI 

P4R0LFE' 

STUDENT 

JURY IND 

NINE JUP 

ARGUMENT 

ORANGE C 

wIT-IESSE 

VICTIM c 

PATHOLOG 
OFFICER: 
EYPFRT S 
OFFENSE 
ROBPINS 
JURY OET 
ROBPINS 
RCBBINS 



H 2 9/17/82 C 10 

H 2 1/19/82 3 3 P ■: S71 



IE 3ERNICE FULLER (HILLSBOROUGH) 
AN CHARGED WITH WOMAN' S MURDER 

ANT TO BE ISSUED AGAINST MAN IN SLAYINGS 

FACING Charges in three slaying cases 



ATORS GATHER MORE DATA 

ITY MORi= INVOLVED IN " 

AN TO FACE 2 MOPE MURD 

CHARGED IN ALL 3 SHOOT 

ER CHARGES FILED 

TO GET LAWYER FOR TR I» 

AMED "^OP ROBBINS 

TO BE ROBBINS' LAWYE 

"EARING DELAYED 
SAYS SHE SAW ROBBINS I 

CAUSE PULED IN SLAYIN 
NOS P0GBASL5 CAUSE 
S CRIMES STIR OUESTION 
INDICTED IN SLAYING 
ICTS CHAPEL HILL STUD? 
OPS PICKED IN MURDER T 
S TO BEGIN IN TRIAL 0'= 
OUNTY MURDER TRIAL EX" 
S GIVE TESTIMONY IN R3 
T'UGGLED WITH DEFENOAN 
1ST SAYS WOMAN DIED 0= 

POBBINS SAID WITNESS 
AYS FINGERPRINTS MATCH 
OFFERS NO EVIDENCE IN 

TRIAL JURY BEGINS DEL 
ERMINES ROBBINS GUILTY 
SENTENCED TO LIFE IMP' 
GETS LIFE IN PRISON FO 



IN SLAYINGS 
HOOTINGS IS EXPLORED 
ER CHARGES 
INGS 

LE-MUROER CASE 

R 

N VICTIM'S CAR 
G 



S OF SYSTEM 

NT IN BAT DEATH 
RIAL 

ROBBINS 
ECTEO TO 3EGIN TODAY 
8BINS TRIAL 
T. WITNESS SAYS 

INTERNAL BLEEDING 
SHOT WOMAN 

THOSE OF ROBBINS 
ROBBINS TRIAL 
IBERATIONS 

ISONMENT 
R SLAYING 



CARSON. CULLEY OR. 

SOUND DEVICE USED TO TREAT KIDNEY STONES 
DUKE DOCTORS USE NEW KIDNEY STONE TREATMENT 

CAPSWELL. VIRGINIA MARSHALL (SURRY CO.) 
SUITS SETTLED OUT OF COURT 
PROF TAKES AIM AT COURT"OUSE PATRONAGE 

CAPTFR, CARL THOMPSON III (EOENl 
DOG HELPS POLICE IN ARRESTS 

CAPTFR. CAROLYN 

CARTER IS CITY'S INTERIM PINANCE DIRECTOR 

CITY COUNCIL EXPECTED TO APOINT INTERIM MANAGER 

CARTER, DENNIS ( FAYETTE VI LLE ) 

LONG-TIME FAYETTEVILL? COACH DIES 

CARTER. DONALD RAY I F AYETT EV I LLE ) 

MISERY BROUGHT BY SIX INCHES TF NEW SNOW 

CARTER. ERNESTINE 

COURT UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING 

CARTER. GARY LEE (RONDA) 



S 2 11/19/92 
H 2 12/05/82 3 



H 2 5/23/82 A 10 



F Ca9 
N C36 



H 2 1/16/82 A 8 

H 2 <./03/82 A 4 L 

H 2 12/12/82 A A N 

H 2 11/04/82 A 4 E 

H 2 6/11/82 C 16 N 

N 

P N 



? 


8/18/32 


A 


1 


/ 


3/19/32 


A 


) 


/ 


8/27/82 


A 


1 




9/22/»2 


L 


4 


7 


11/11/82 


L 


1 1 


7 


11/17/82 


A 


5 


7 


11/13/32 


A 


,>n 


2 


12/13/32 


A 


1 



H 2 2/23/32 A 12 N 

H 2 8/07/82 B 4 

H 2 3/05/82 A 14 N 

H 2 9/17/82 C 10 

H 2 12/19/82 4 E 

S 2 3/03/82 C 1 N 



H 2 3/27/82 A 1 
S 2 11/11/32 C U 
H 2 11/19/32 A 6 



H 2 12/15/82 C 5 
S 2 12/15/82 C 15 



H 


2 


6/23/32 


a 




N 


A54 


H 


2 


6/23/82 


8 









S 


2 


6/23/92 


A 




N 


U57 


H 


2 


6/24/82 


A 




N 


A54 


H 


2 


6/24/32 


C 


17 







S 


2 


6/24/32 


A 




N 


U57 


H 


2 


6/25/32 


B 




N 




S 


2 


b/Z^/iZ 


A 




N 


U57 


H 


2 


6/26/82 


C 




N 




S 


2 


6/26/32 


A 




N 




s 


2 


6/25/32 


c 




N 


U57 


H 


2 


6/29/32 


A 


13 


N 




S 


2 


6/29/92 


B 




N 




S 


2 


7/09/32 


C 




N 




s 


2 


7/30/32 


A 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


7/31/82 


A 




N 


M23 


s 


2 


7/31/82 


A 




N 




s 


2 


3/02/32 


C 




N 


310 


H 


2 


9/05/92 


B 




N 


W36 


s 


2 


3/05/82 


A 


10 


N 




H 


2 


11/10/92 


B 




N 


W36 


s 


2 


11/10/92 


B 




N 


W36 


H 


2 


11/11/32 


A 


11 


N 




s 


2 


11/11/82 


A 




N 


W36 


H 


2 


11/12/82 


3 




N 


W36 


s 


2 


11/12/32 


A 




N 


W36 


H 


2 


11/13/32 


C 




N 


W36 


s 


2 


11/15/92 


A 




N 


W36 


H 


2 


11/16/32 


8 




N 


W36 


s 


2 


11/16/32 


A 




N 




H 


2 


11/17/82 


A 




N 


W36 


s 


2 


U/17/82 


A 




N 


W3fr 


H 


2 


11/18/32 


A 


1 P 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


11/05/82 


A 




N 




S 


2 


ll/05/»2 


A 


12 


N 





H 2 1/22/92 A 14 
H 2 2/03/32 A 12 



S 2 9/15/32 C 12 



S 2 2/16/32 A 5 
H 2 9/22/82 A 1 



N <90 
N 551 



H 2 5/02/32 B 11 N S71 

" 2 1/15/32 A 1 P N 

H 2 4/15/92 a 1 N 351 



B««"»mim 



MONTHLr/4 N.N_IJ 4 L 



I N E X 
12/31/82 



CAGE 52 
1/17/83 



2 «ORi; FACE ORUG CHIRGES 

CiRTERi GEORGE (TRANGE CT.I 

0WA5A »nRKER: POLICY VIOLATED 
^ORKE" SAYS RIGHTS VIOLATED 3Y GJASA 
EMPLOYEE'S GRIEVANCE DISMISSED 

BARTER. JAMES EmOOD JR. "BUSTER" 
OBITUARY 
G8ITUARY 

cartert james elwooo sr. 

carter services tomorrow 

business group official dies at 67 

'■"'^^pJofesIor"ses"'new threat to progress of minorities 
enormous strides made in psychiatry 

carter. jimmy (president) „^^„ 
n.c. publication reports on carter 

CARTER ^0 SPEAK irj N.C. 

CARTER SAYS REAGAN BROUGHT RADICALISM 

''*'"^^CHILO HIT aY CAR, NO CHARGES =ILEO 

'"'"^^HCLy'cSOSS- CARTER STATE'S TOP CHOICE 

5oly^cross^"ss'"°Ints carter ?ack: n.c. state faces new 

carter. thomas 

muroep trial begins 
purse led police to victim, sj 
judge denies dismissal in cart 
co-defendant points finger at 
carte" says he never saw "urdc 
carter declares his innocence 
carter testimony ends 
carter is portrayed as innocen 
final arguments given in muroe 
carter trial jury still delibe 
jury finos carter guilty of mj 
carter sente.^icing set for tomo 
sentencing delayed fqr thomas 
carter jurors ordered to reap= 

CARTER JURORS. UPCHURCH CALLED 
DEPUTY CAID THREATENED BY WOMA 
CARTER BIO FOP RETRIAL POSTPON 
JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING 
JUDGE POSTPONES DECISION ON CA 
CARTER GETS 15-YEAR TERM 
CARTER WILL APPEAL 15-YEAR SEN 
JURY PICKED FOR 2ND TRIAL IN S 
MATCHUP OF SHOES LINK IN MURDE 
UPCHURCH SAYS HE WAS AT PARK J 
DEFENDANT SAYS HE ONLY SAW Mu? 
UPCHURCH TRIAL JURY BEGINS DEL 
mjR'^ER TRIAL JURY AC3UITS UPCH 
JURY PONDERS 3 1/2 HOURS, ACQU 
INMATE GETS NFW LAWYER FOR AP= 
CARTER GETS NEW LAWYER FQR AP' 



SPECT 

ER MURDER CASE 

CARTER 

RED WOMAN 

IN KILLING 

T VICTIM 

R TRIAL 

RATING 

ROER 

RROW 

CARTER 

EAR IN COURT 

TO HEARING TODAY 
N 
ED 

RTER BID FOR NEW TRIAL 

TENCE 

LAYING 

R INVESTIGATION 

ITH WOMAN 

OER 

IBERATIONS 

URCH 

ITS UPCHURCH 

EAL 

EAL 



CARTHEN, CARRIE iJNDERwCOD 
OBITUARY 

CARTHEN, TINA MARIE 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG BUST „„..„,,„ 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-CDUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

CARVER, jamce coble (MEBANEI 

ALAMANCE WOMAN DIES AFTER WRECK 

CARVER, LOIS WILLIS „ ,,„^..,r 

HICKE' THIEVES HIT DURHAM APARTMENTS 

CARVER. LOUIS , „„ ^„ „„,,,._, 

TAXiauSES WILL FOLLOW OUKE POJER ROUTES 

""^'JlNTlill'^XHIBIT: CLAY, COMPUTERS 

("ARVFR, NANNIE OUNEVANT 
OBITUARY 

''""'"Fr'aNk''kfnAN BUYS INTEREST IN 3RIGHTLEAF SOUARE COMPLEX 
KENAN BRINGS EXPERIENCE TO BRIGHTLEAF SOUARE 

CASAGRANDE, VIVIAN DR. (NASHVILLE, TENN.I 
SPAoED: lemurs SAVED FROM DISSECTION 

CASE, ALLEN PLOWMAN 
OBITUARY 

CASE, ("APLLET ANN 

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING WOUNDS 3-YEAR-OLD 
jOUNOEO CHILD STILL CRITICAL 

child oies of wounds from gun 
.joundeo child dies 

"-'^^'cSepett^case elected to hall df fame 
gaines, case join basketball -lall 

casey, bobby lee ( summerv i lle , s.c.i 
auto crash fatal to bobby casey 

''*"^''pARf-TliE''GRAO STUDENTS GET WARM RECEPTION AT OUKE 

casey, nellie nichols 
obituary 

'-*^^*official"s£CRECy versus OEMCC'ACY 
secrecy vital to successful spying 

casey, -illis 

casey's choice 

fT2f^5^'H?|5AS?'ii'Y'§'^LAYED. DUCKED ITS -AY TO WRECK 
'"'^"'0URHAm''naTIVE records NEW BEACH HUSIC TUNE 



N E 


1 


I 
L 


T 
Y 


P 


DATE C 


'G L 


P 3YL 


H 2 


<,/0B/B2 A 


18 


N 


H 2 


3/0'./B2 A 


14 


N M23 


S 2 


3/04/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/11/82 3 


4 


N M23 


H 2 


2/21/62 C 


4 





H 2 


2/27/82 B 


6 P 





S 2 


3/02/32 2 


1 P 





H 2 


3/03/82 A 


13 P 





S 2 


5/15/82 A 


1 P 


N sa3 


H 2 


9/04/82 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


7/18/82 C 


2 


N 


S 2 


a/23/82 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


a/25/32 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/D9/B2 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


12/20/82 3 


2 


N 


S 2 


12/20/82 


5 


N 


H 2 


12/21/82 3 


2 


N 


S 2 


2/17/82 C 




N U57 


H 2 


2/18/82 B 




N 851 


S 2 


2/19/82 C 




N U57 


H 2 


2/1R/32 3 




N 351 


S 2 


2/1R/82 C 




N U57 


H 2 


2/20/82 B 


1 


N B51 


S 2 


2/20/82 A 


3 


N U57 


S 2 


2/22/82 C 


I 


N 057 


H 2 


2/23/82 B 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


2/23/82 2 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


2/2A/B2 B 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


2/24/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/25/82 A 


25 


N 851 


S 2 


2/25/82 A 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


2/2!>/82 A 


1 


N B51 


S 2 


2/26/82 C 


I 


N J57 


H 2 


2/27/82 B 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


3/01/82 C 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


3/02/32 a 


1 


N 351 


H 2 


3/03/82 3 


1 


N B51 


S 2 


3/03/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


8/24/B2 3 


1 


N 851 


S 2 


a/24/92 A 


1 


N F30 


S 2 


9/25/82 A 




N F30 


H 2 


a/26/82 B 




N 351 


S 2 


a/26/82 A 




N F30 


H 2 


3/27/82 B 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


a/27/82 C 


1 


N F30 


H 2 


11/05/82 a 


1 


N 951 


S 2 


11/05/82 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


1/13/82 B 


5 





S 2 


6/04/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/05/82 3 


14 


N 



H 2 3/12/82 C 10 
S 2 7/05/82 C 1 
S 2 2/04/82 C 1 




N 
N <90 



H 2 3/12/82 RPR G68 
H 2 4/20/82 3 6 



H 2 3/09/82 A 1 N 

S 2 3/09/82 CI N Sa3 



H 2 a/21/82 B 1 P F 881 

H 2 10/25/82 B 7 

H 2 12/26/82 A 1 N 551 

S 2 12/27/82 C 1 N 

H 2 12/29/82 A 1 N 

S 2 12/28/82 B 1 

H 2 2/21/82 a 11 ° N 

H 2 5/04/92 B 2 P N 

H 2 3/28/82 3 6 

S 2 3/18/32 C 1 N 

H 2 5/08/92 C 3 



H 2 9/05/82 4 
H 2 9/18/82 A 4 



S 2 10/L9/°2 8 1 J Die 
H 2 12/D5/'2 3 2 » J S91 
H 2 12/12/82 3 2 J 071 



S 2 6/17/82 D 4 P N 371 



dONTHLr/ANNUSL INDEX 8Y NAMES P*<jE, , 

1/01/32 - U/31/82 1/17/ 



CASHt JOHNNY 

TV "OVIE MILL HAVE S0UTHE1N FLAVOR 

CASH. LARRY 

1870 DOLLAR COIN STOLEN 

CASHt LESTER 0. (CHAPEL HILLl 
EL SALVADOR CRUSHES POOR 

CASH. MARGARFT 3LANCH YE4RGAN 
OBITUARY 

CASH, "ICHAEL 

VOLUNTEER GROUP TO HELP OUT-0^ -COURT SETTLEMENTS 

CASH. MICHAEL ALLEN (HENOERSONl 

HENPERSON MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

CASH. NELL 

THEIR kEDOING is FA-ILY AFFAIR 

CASH. RONNIE CLIFTON 

DUI CONVICTION BRINGS ACTIVE TERM 
DURHAM MAN JAILED FOR QUI 

CASH. WILLIAM BOONE 
OBITUARY 

CASH. WILLIAM THOMAS SR . 
OBITUARY 

CASNER. DONALD 

IBM EMPLOYEES FACE UNCERTAIN DRAMA AT WCRK 

CASPER. DON 

GROUP WANTS LEASE ON FARMERS' MARKET 

CASPER. JOHN 

NOTHING TASTES BETTER THAN A =RESH TOMATO 

CASTFEN. GEORGE CONNER IGOLDSBOROI 

TWO KILLED. SIX INJURED IN SHOOTINGS 

CASTELL4N0S. J. 0. IRALEIGHI 

HELMS RIGHT: SALVAOQRAN LEADED A SOCIALIST 

CASTLE. RACHEL E. ( HILL SIOROUGH 1 
ABORTIONS ARE BY CHOICE 
PROTEST PAY RAISES FOR CONGRESSMEN 

CASTLEBERRY, ERNEST R. 

PATRON DIES IN RESTAURANT 

E.R. CASTEL3ERRY DIES OF HEART ATTACK 

OBITUARY 

CASTONA. ROBERT 

CLAIMS TO FAME 

CASTOR. CHRIS 

DUKE WAITS FOR CASTOR TO UNLEISH TALENT 

C4ST0R OILED AS DUKE'S OFFENSS GEARS TO VOLS 

CASTOR. SIX TAR HEELS MEAD ALL-ACC TEAMS 

BENNETT BIG BOOSTER OF TEAMMATE CASTOR IN POSTSEASON VOTING 

CASTOR-LED DEVILS FLY BY DEACONS 

CHRIS CASTOR RECEIVES ACC'S WEEKLY HONOR 

i IHOST ON SOUL LEGS: CHRIS CSSTOR'S SPEED AND DUKE'S LIBERAL PASSING 

CASTOR ACC'S BEST 

ROSS. CASTOR NAMED TOPS FOR AC C "M 

CASTOR. TWO TAR HEELS MAKE 2N0 TEAM 

CATES. aONITA 

GROUP SUES FOR NIGHT BUSES 

CATES. ELIZABETH 

OLDER SISTER 'lAKES A PERFECT ''OTHER 

CATES. FANNIE LEE 
OBITUARY 

CATES. FPED S. 

ORANGE BOARD TO SEEK «30.000 jRANT 

CATES. GLADYS TERRY 
O'lTUARY 

CATES. J. M. lOSOP 

PSO CARS INVOLVED IN Two ACCIDENTS; FOUR PERSONS HURT 

GATE";. JACK 

PC3 AFFAIR COSTLY 

CATES. JOHN W. MRS. I HI LL SBOR OUGH I 
G»ITUARY 

CATES. MAURICE VINCENT 

SCHOOL BUS IS YOUTHS' TARGET 

CATES. MICHAEL RAY (GREENSBORO) 
DUI CHARGE FILED IN CRASH 
DUI CHARGES FILED IN WRECK 

CATES. MICHAEL SHAWN 

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING WOUNDS 3-YEAR-OLD 

WOUNDFO CHILD STILL CRITICAL 

C"ILD DIES OF WOUNDS FROM GUN 

wnuNDEO CHILO DIES 

0"ITUARY 

bEN<:FIT PLANNED TODAY FDR FAMILY OF 3-YEAR-OLD 

RADIO STATION TO HELP IN PLIGHT OF BOY'S FAMILY 

CATES. NINA FOGLBMAN 
OBITUARY 

CATES. RALPH (HILLS80R0UGH1 
O'lTUARY 

CATES. RICKY 

CANDIDATE IS 'DEDICATED. HONEST' 
HUGHES FOR SHERIFF 

CATES. SPENCER (WARRFNTONl 

BEST OF LUCK TO CURTIS HUNTER; WENZEL. JAX HAVING FINE YEAR 

CATES. STANLEY WAYNE 

POLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERY 



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1/01/82 



I H 3 6 X 3 T 

12/3l/aj 



NAMES 



C4TES. TERESA 

GSCUP SUES "=0' NIGHT 'USES 

GATES, -alteo Frederick 

OEFENHAM PLE40S GUIfV TO RO^SERY 

■IAN PLEADS 'Mlfy Af.AINST LEGAL ADVICE 

MAN GETS 40 YEa^S FDR Rnfl^ERY 

<AN GIVFn 35 YEARS 

JUDGE SENTE>1CES GATES TO 35 YEARS FOR ROBBERY 

CATS^. -ILLIE J. 
u""ITIjARY 

CAT3, FRED Ar.o jE::rgta ann 

SCHOOL ATTC'IOANCE L»» FOUNO UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

HO-'^E-TEACMING CASE TO 3E APPEALED 

RULING EXPECTFQ HAY 17 IN HC^^ SCHOOL CASE 

COUPLE WILL FACE SCHOOL LAH VIOLATIONS 

CABAROUS COUPLE AC3UITTED: IN HO.-IE TEACHING CASE 

CATTLE. "ATTIE JENKINS 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

CiUOILL. R"NNIE 

FIRE OA"AGES HQIE 

CAUOLE. JULIA 

JULIA A. CAUOLE SATURDAY 3RI0" 

CAUDLE. NEIL (HILLSBOROUGH! 
PROTECT THE COAST 

CAUOLE. RAEFORO I J ! NS TON- 5 ALEMl 

OFFICIALS ACT TO MALT OEPOSITTONS 

4 N.C. KAZIS FILE LAWSUIT AGAINST GOVERNMENT 

CAULOER. STEVEN MQWARO 

TWO KEN CHAOGED IN ORANGE BREAK-IN 

CAUSBY. F. EUGENE 

CAUSBY ANTICIPATES SHIFT TQ LAICAL SCHOOL BOARDS 

CAUS'Y. RUSSELL CVALOESEl 

THERE JILL ?E A LOT OF IN-LAwS IN FAMILY 

CAUTHEN. RCY LEE (MINSTCN-SALE") 

THREE ARE STABBED AT OAY-CARE CENTER 
MOTHER THOUGHT SON DANGEROUS 

CAVALLITO. ANN AND JOHN 

CAVALLITO PARTY'S HARD ON CALORIE CONSCIOUS 

CAVENAO, JESSE 0. JR. in. (CHAPEL n ILL 1 
PSYCHIATRY MISREPRESENTED 
ERRONEOUS CONCLUSIONS DRAWN A3 OUT PSYCHIATRY 

CAVIN. WADE 

GAVIN'S NOTES 25TH "IIRTHOAY 

CAVI'l, »AOE MRS. 

FOLYS APOUND HERE: -JHAT THE MAILMAN 3R0UGHT 

CAVINESS. GRADY (MEEANEl 

MEoANE HIRES POLICE CHIEF 

CEARNAL. HATTIE SNIPES (CEOAR GROV^ 1 
JPITUARY 

CECIL. SANDY 

VINTAGE STORE BUILDING IS NOW A COZY HOME 

CECIL. WAYNE (FFLANOI 

ASSAULT CHARGE FILED BY ORANGE DEPUTIES 

CEFALO. RORERT C. TR. 

AWARENESS CAN HELP PREVENT 31' TH DEFECTS 

DOCTOR TELLS PROSPECTIVE »APE'1TS TO STAY IN SHAPE 

CMA54KU, MOTIALEPJLA (SOUTH AF'ICAl 

SOUTH AFRICAN AVOIDS DEPORTATION FOR NOW 

CHA60TTE. LEO 

BUS DRIVER POLICIES DIFFER 

ChacF. "ary G. 

ALLIANCE WITH ISRAEL DANGEROUS FDR U.S. 

ChaoOOCK. "alLERy 

-iHITFIELO GIVEN 14-YEAR SENTENCE 

CHADWIC<. EMILY T. 

PAINFUL PUBLICITY 

CHAFE. WILLIAM H. DR. 

.OMFh'S CENTER IS JOINT EFFORT OF UMC t DUKE 

CHAFFEE. J"HN 

VANCE COUNTY READY FQR NEW INDUSTRIES 

CHALFINCH, SHELLY 

COURT REFUSES TO hear muROE' :ase appeal 

chal-e's. eruce 

charlotte opera to get n£w director 

Chalmers, steven <. 

DETECTIVE ChacgEG 

OURHA- DETECTIVE FACES assault Charge 

CHALMERS. THOMASINA A. 

0ET=CTIVE Chargfd 

OURHA" DETECTIVE FACES ASSAUL" CHARGE 

CHALMFRS. TOY 
OBITUARY 

CHAMBERLAIN. LARRY GORDON 
03ITuAftY 

CHAMBERLAI'l. RHETT JR. 

JOBLESS GET HELP IN DURHAM 

CHAMBERLAIN. RICKY ATLAS 

FOUR ARRESTED ON OR'JG CHARGES IN RAID 



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POLICE ARREST FOUR OH DRUG CHARGES 
FOUR IN DURHAM ARRESTED FOR D'UGS 

CHAMBERLAIN, TIMOTHY ROGERS 

N.C. COURT GIVES RULING IN TA< CASE 

CHAMBERS, CLARENCE ALBERT 
OBITUARY 

CHAMBERS. JAME 

NATURAL LOOK' 



IN FOR SLACK 1.0 MEN 



CHAMBERS. JULIUS L. 

CHAMBEriS: 3LACK VOTE IS OILUTEO DELIBERATELY 
CHAMBERS: S. AFRICAN POLICE DETAINED HIM 
CHAMBERS SAYS GOVT. HAS FORSA'.EN SLACKS 

CHAMOE^S. ■*. T. 

VOTE AGAINST CIVIC CENTER 

CHAMBERS. "ARY ICARRBOROI 

FIRE VICTIM IN r.OOD CONDITION 

CHAM"E»S. O'WELLIE HARRIS 

BOY. 12. CONFINED FOR SLAYING 

CHAMBERS. SAUNORA RU5S 

3 BEAT UARQ 6 DEADLINE 

2 MORE SEEK .(ARO 6 JOB 

WARO <, APPLICANTS DUE FOR INTERVIEW 

WARD «, APPLICANTS SOUND OFF 

CANOIOATES INTEOVIEHED FOR HARD 6 VACANCY 



CHAMBERS 

0" " 



N.C. 86 IN ORANGE COUNTY 



ERS. TONY NORRIS ( H I LLSBOROUGH I 
DRIVER CHARr.eO IN FATAL WRECK ON 
7 CnUMTS ARE FILED IN ACCIDENT 

CHAMBERS. VERNON ("ONROEl 

BOY. 12. CONFINED FOR SLAYING 

CHAMPION. OAVIO WAYNE IROXBORO) 
PERSON YOUTH TRIWNS IN HYCO 
SERVICES TOMORROW FOR DROWNING VICTIM 

CHAMPION. PATSY HOO TON 

WOMAN'S ESTATE AWARDED !10<,.000 
ESTATE GETS 4104.000 

CHAMPION. RUSSELL JAMES 

MAN QUESTIONED IN SHOOTING 

CHANCEY. JOHN M. 
3BITUARY 

CHANDLER. nOBBY [DANVILLE, VA , ) 

DUKE CENTER DEALS WITH PHOBIAS 

CHANHLER. EMMETT T. 
0° ITUARY 

CHANDLER. LINDA 

HEALTH BOARD OKS 2 WASTE SYSTEMS 

SEPTIC TANK AOPROVAL TO ALLOW DEVELOPMENT 

SPRING FASHION SHOW PROCEEDS GO TO CHARITY 

WRITING LESSON 

CHAN'DLER EL5CTE0 TO ASSOCIATION BOARD 

"S. CHANDLER NA"En TO BOARD 

CHANOLFR. MAR(iAAfT 

CAhTER jurors. UPCHURCH CALLED TO HEARING TODAY 
OEPUTY SAID THREATENED BY WOMAN 

CHANDLER. OLIVER P. JR. I CL AR KSVI LL E. VA. I 
KILL DEVIL HILLS OFFICER HIT ?Y CAR 
KILL DEVIL HILLS OFFICER DIES 

CHANDLER. ROBERT WORTH I WI NSTON-SAL EM I 
OBITUARY 

CHANDLER. WALLACE L. (RICHMOND, VA. 1 

ELON OORM TO BE NAMED FOR WALLACE L. CHANDLER 

CHANDRA, VANDANA (ALLAHABAD, INDIA! 

SCHOLAR: INDIA IS -LAND OF QUESTION MARKS' 

CHANEY, RICHARD G. 

JUDGE CANIIDaTE: DA ASKED ME TO RESIGN 

CMANEY RESIGNS JOB. FILES FOR DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIP 

RICHARD G. CHANEY FILES FOR DJRHAM JUDGESHIP 

DURHAM JUDGES SUPPORT KAREN GALLOWAY 

CHANEY SAYS UNIFORMS OK FOR COURT 

JUDICIAL CANDIDATE ANSWERS INCUMBENT 

CHANEY: FALSE ISSUES IN RACE 

CHAMEY SAYS COUNTY COURTS' LENIENCY PRODUCES SCOFFLAWS 

..hanEY: citizens have LOST RESPECT FOR COURT SYSTEM 

JUDGE CANDIDATE IGNORES RESOLUTION 

^HANEY: let PUNISHMENT FIT OFFENSE 

DICK CHANEY TAKES RESPONSIBILITY SERIOUSLY 

12^ t^^M,"^ jy'^''l'„X°''^ -"J'''E ^' RICHARD G. (DICKI CHANEY FOR JUDGE. 

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE WHO YOUR JUDGE IS' 

DA CANDIDATES LEAD IN SPENDING FOR COUNTY RACES 

^2\i ?"! RESPONSIBLE FOR THE QUALITY OF YOUR COURT SYSTEM 

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE WHO YOUR JUDGE IS' 

CITIZC^s PACK VOTERS' FORUM 

JUDGE CANDIDATES DIFFER ON PERMISSIVENESS 

l,,y!?„'-|'"t''<^'' ISSSUe DEBATED BY 2 OPRONtNTS 

OUR RO ACS XUST IE MADE SAFE FDR OUR LOVED ONES 

JUDGE GALLOWAY DEFEATS CHANEY 

WIDF APOEAL HELPED GALLOWAY WIN 

MARGIN OF VICTORY WAS 1 PHONE CALL 

CHANEY, TONY CARROLL (SUTHERLAND! 
WOUNDED MAN FACES CHARGES 

CHANLETT, EMIL T. 

CHANLETT RECEIVES AWARD FOR E>l VIRONMENTAL WORK 
ChanSKY, art (CHAPEL MILL) 

ABC MAY SLOW TOWN FOUR CORNER! 

SOORTS book is COLLECTOR'S ITEM 

CHAD. DAVID 

FAMILY IS FIRST: BUSINESS SECOND 

CHAPIN. JOHN 

OFF WE GO INTO THE WILD GREEN YONDER 



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CH4P"AN. OAVIO IGOLFFRI 

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CHAPMAN, LIZ 

PARTY AT 9RIGHTLE1F SATURDAY ^0 JBF\ DRIVE =0" SY-fPUONY 
...OTHERS DELAY MOTHERHOOD 

CHAP»AN. RICHARD OLIVER 

5 OURHA" STUDE^TS GET AWARDS 

CHAP-A>I. TERRI SHIPLEY IKANNAPOLIS) 
* ilE IM -JRECK 
FOUR <ILLED IN ACCIDENT IDENTIFIEO 

rMAPopi I A cRPn 

■JE» CCLLECTIOW is readable GATHERING OF FICTION, POETRY 

CHAPPELL, HELEN "["S 
Di^ITuARY 

r.MAPPELL. 5. T. 

DURHAM "SO HURT IN 3CUF=LE 

CHARLES. LORENZO . , ,,, 

.■nLFPACK'S CHARLES CHARGED IN THEFT 
CHiOLES GETS 5RIEF JAIL TERM 

CHARLES. PRINCE ?F liALES 
A PRINCELY S'J*' 
JARMTH, LOVE COUNT MOST 
GIFTS FOR 3A3Y ICARTOONI 
PAYING ITS HAY 

':harl = S«OR''h. JA-ES TR. 

a-'epicans see< ancier^t archives 

charlie (murdoch centep patient) 

his eves. smile -brightened ojr corner' 
charlie has jew friend even in death 

charlie '•wn-shoes iisui chi hsili 

charlie two-shoes still waits in china 

Charlotte, leo 

BUS D3IVE=3' 



RECORDS PROBED 



CHART'S, "APK sLaxi\DER 

UNC PPOTESTIRS ARRESTED 

THREE POCTESTHRS FOUND GUILTY OF IMPEDING TRAFFIC 

P'OTESTERS SENTENCED 

LAW STUDENT'S PROTESTS SACKFHE 

STATE BAR WRONG TO PUNISH PROTESTOR 

H« LICENSE DECISION OUESTIONEO 

REPLY Ti A LETTER 

STAMOARDS OF =>AO MUST BE L'Pne. J 

LtCENSI'^G PROTECTS "ONOPOLIES 

L«- £!AMI-i£PS LIST CONCERNS A3 OUT CHARNS 

CmapnS SCHEDULE" TG APPEAR 5E=GRE LAW BOARD WEDNESDAY 

=19 ACMIT'ANCE BARRIER ?RCPPE^ 

^HASE, NANCY wINBON (EUREHA) 

RESEARCHER, WRITER WIN NORTH lAROLINA AWARDS 

Chase. ^^BEiiT LEE 
OBITUARY 

CMASTAIN, MAOILYN f.AIL (CHEROKEE CO . P 

RULING COULD AFFECT PEOPLE SERVING LIOUOR 

ChaTmaN, DENHIS JESSE 

MAN GIVEN 2 LIFE SENTENCES 

MAN GETS 2 AOOITIONAL LIFE SENTENCES 

''HAVIS, ''EN 

5no'pROTESTFR<; SING 'WE SHALL OVERCOME' AT sally In RAlEIGH 

MINISTERS SA* RIGHTS IN DANGER 

SF/EN M"RE ARRESTED AT =CB LANDFILL PROTEST 

100 DEhdnctraTORS CHEER .HITS AT ANTI-PC3 RALLY 

CHAVIS. WHITE ARE ARRESTED IN PCS PROTEST 

pcrPL= ARRESTED FRIDAY IN DEfTl NSTRAT ION LISTED 

PCs: SO-E SAY CTVIL SIGHTS CLJJOING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE 

TrlAVIS. DE^GPAH (hEN0ERS3.N1 

^AN CHARGED WITH <IDNAPPING 

CHAVIS. "AMIE (HiLLSaoROUGHI 
JOITUARY 

CHAVIS. "ICHAEL 

POLICE "AKE THIRD ARREST IN S.AYING OF DURHAM MAN 

T"REE MfRE ARE CHARGED WITH MJRDER 

5 ARRESTED IN MURDER 

3 F^EED IN SMITH SHOOTING 

CHAVIS. •'ILDPED 

CHAVIS WILL STAY ON SOARO 

PANEL DENIED CHANCE TO REPLAC^ "E'SER 

CHAVIS, SAPAH 

OBITUARY 

CHAVIS, VI°GINIA 

TWO CURT BATTLES MOVE INTO hilL 

scjffles break out in court 

ChEaTham. HELEN BETTY (hENDEosONI 
WOMAN CHARGED rIth hit-Pun 

Cheatham, jqcl r"M (HEN0'=RS0N| 

BUSINESS LEADER IN HENDERSON ^lES 

CHEATWOO", K. L. 

CITY SCHOOLS ■'ESERVE A ChanCc 

CHEEK, HAROLD DEAN ( W INSTON-S ALEM 1 , , . ,, 

AUTHORITIES FEAR INCREASE IN SIKcR GANG VIOLENCE 



*/lR/82 
i/ZR/'Z 



BYL 
T3T 



S Z 5/16/52 A 



3/29/R2 A 6 N 

<./D2/»2 A 15 N 



S 2 7/09/82 5 1 P U F25 



4/22/32 C 13 
7/25/RZ £ 1 



S 2 3/27/82 A I 



S 2 4/14/32 C 8 
H 2 4/15/82 A 15 



H 2 3/14/82 D 3 U H45 
H 2 1/05/82 3 7 
H 2 2/15/82 A 14 N 



8/07/82 3 
3/10/82 B 



H Z l/Dl/92 

S Z 5/27/32 

H 2 S/23/S2 

S 2 10/05/32 



4 T T 556 



H 2 7/19/82 A 1 P = A20 



H Z 1/09/32 A 1 
H 2 1/14/32 A 1 



S 2 o/26/»2 A 24 



S Z 2/06/32 A 



F !!51 
N 351 



3/23/32 
5/26/82 
a/DR/»2 
10/13/82 
10/21/82 
10/23/32 
U/Ol/112 
11/01/82 
11/07/82 
11/13/3Z 
11/30/32 
12/02/32 



1 P N 046 



H Z ll/QS/^Z 4 1 
H Z 5/26/9Z A 13 
H 2 12/06/82 A o 



H 2 4/01/92 6 
H 2 7/JI/82 A 2Z 



H Z 2/22/32 B 1 P N 

S 2 2/2Z/»2 C 6 N 

H 2 9/17/82 C 5 N 

S 2 R/l''/82 a Z P N 

H 2 9/13/82 5 1 P N 

H I 9/18/92 3 1 N 

H 2 9/19/82 C 1 N 



H 1 6/16/82 = 1 
" ; 10/05/32 o 8 



S 2 7/15/82 A 1 

H 2 7/16/92 3 5 

S 2 7/16/''2 3 1 

H 2 7/24/92 3 1 



S 2 3/03/92 C 1 
H 2 3/04/92 3 1 



H z 3/24/82 C 



M 2 9/03/32 C 
S 2 9/03/92 C 





N E05 

N 

N 

N 351 



N <90 
N S5l 



H I 4/03/82 E 1 

H 2 4/21/32 A 4 

H 2 9/24/82 A 4 

H z 3/08/32 A 13 



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1/01/32 - 12/31/32 1/17/B3 

S I T 

N e ELY 

P DaTE C PG L P BYL 

CHEEK, !0L4 

ATYOiCiL NCCU JUNIOB WINS DESIGN CONTEST H 2 5/21/92 S 2 o N $56 

CHEEH, IRA «I.MIFPED "IKE" 

aaiTUARY „ 2 3/31/32 4 10 

CHEEK, JA.HCS E. 

OUKF TO AWAOQ 6 HONDhARY OEGSEES M 7 4/7n/s? i 10 N 

DUKE TO GIVE * HONORARY DEGREES 5 \ V/oVAz A 17 N 

CHEEK, JOHN ". (WARR'^N CD. I 

MSN, ?*, ■••ISSING IN riARREN H 2 1/16/C? 1 1 •! 

JSR'EN "AN IS STILL HISSING H I 1/20/32 ' 1 N 

CHEEK, JOHN ». OR. 

1982 FATHERS nP THE YEAR • „ 2 6/06/92 E 1 P E 330 

CHFEK. LILY STROHO ICHAPEL HILL) 
03ITUARY 



Cherry, jawes 
osituary 



CHILOREY. CLIFTON ISAAC I H t LLS30ROJ GH I 

OSITUJRY 

CHILDS. HERMINE LITTLE 
G3ITU>aY 



H 2 7/11/32 C 2 

N 

H 2 6/26/82 C 5 



CHEEK, SAM (N09LINA) 

NORLINA MAN CHARGE IN NEIGHBOR'S SLAYING H 2 7/19/02 3 I 

CHEEK, STEPHEN 3SRNICE 
OBITUARY 

CHEEK, WILLIAM FRANK 

MSN KINS 57,852 FOR LOSS IN FIRE H 2 9/16/37 r 17 M ail 

jury rules in favor of durham farmer s 2 9/16/32 c 12 n 

Chef tell frhardt 

nil ?Ff?''f?,'i'f J3'5 * JUGGLER! NO— IT'S CHEF TELL ERHAROT S 2 10/20/32 B 1 p F 371 

TEL^ CaOKS-'S5^^'GoS5°T?MF"Fn3'A,7 *''° "°''^ "-'" ^"^ """"^ " ^ 10/21/32 C 6 F 395 

tcLL LOOKS UP A GOOD TIME FOR ALL H 2 10/27/P? ^ 7 '^ F MQ«; 

TV CHEF CLIMBS SUCCESS LADDER — CHOP CHOP H 2 10/22/32 B 2 D F M95 

CHERNOFF, NEIL DR. 

3 NAMFD TO 3I0L0GY DIVISION POSTS S 2 <,/17/82 A 20 P N 

CHERRY. ARTIE RAY (LUGOFF, S.C] 

3IKERS RETURN TO "JURY SLAIN GANG MEM3ER S 2 1/12/32 3 3 N 

CHERRY, DOYLE EDWARD 
OPITuaRY 



H 2 9/U/82 3 9 
H 2 9/22/92 A 6 



CHERRY, vvOODRO'J RICHARD 

QPITUARY „ J 9/01/32 A 11 

Cheshire, Gary a. 

airport bonds: support and opposition h 2 2/21/92 dal 

Cheshire, lucius m. ihillsboroughi 

hillsfobough won't give up courthouse fight h 2 <,/06/32 b 1 n u36 

BATTLE OVER ORANGE COURTHOUSE ENDS H I 3/10/32 B 1 N W36 

chesnut, jennifer 

duke women's team off to best start ever h 2 12/19/82 a 9 p n c52 

chesson, jerry 

whatever happened: yesterday's news revisited h 2 6/23/32 all n l<,1 

chester, milton lef 

TOOL THEFT REPORTED . S 2 12/21/82 C 1 N 

ChIEGO, WILLIAM J. 

CURATORS NA-EO „ , 5/23/82 12 N 

Childress, james 

cet« helps durham man to inoerenoence s 2 9/23/92 c 1 = f 533 

childress, lillian jones 
obituary 



H 2 3/06/92 A 9 
H 2 4/07/82 C 5 
H 2 6/30/82 C 5 



Chilton, carol isjrry co.) 

SUITS SETTLED OUT OF COURT „ -, ,,,,,„, ... ., 

PPJF TAKES AIM AT COURTHOUSE 'ATRCNAGE h 2 2/03/32 A 12 N 

Chilton, cinny r. 

THE REAL DRAM. AT THE BULLS' SA-E „ j 5/16/32 D 4 L 

CHIMnFF, HARVEY 

ARA9 STATES MUST RECOGNIZE ISRAEL H 2 4/02/32 A 4 L 

CHION, LINDA INaw 3ERNP 

PAPER TO FILE CHARGES FOR ALLEGED ASSAULTS S 2 2/03/92 C 16 " N 

CHIT!, "ARYBFTH 

DRESS FOR DEFENDANTS „ j l/QS/^Z a 4 L 

CHOATE, HEPMAN CROWELL (CHAPEL HILL I 

D'iruARY " 2 12/10/B2 C 6 

' "U-""' H 2 12/11/92 fa 8 

CHOATES, nan 

TREMENDOUS SUCCESS H 2 12/31/82 A 4 l 

CHOCKLEY, PETTY JO ICEDAfl GROVE I 

FIREFIGHTE.?: SHE'LL BE ON HAN- „ j 3/19/B2 3 2 p F 330 

CHOUDHURY, GCLAM J. DR. 

NCCU PROFESSOR TO SPEAK „ , ,/,-,/,, , ,, ., 

AMERICAN FEDERALISM TO BE TOPIC 5 \ Vril/%\ A 16 N 

CHRISCO, HOWARD ( wINSTON-SAL^MI 

INTRUDER KILLS "T l-1<ii?.-a\.r> MAN 5 , z/\=,/%l C 5 'n 

CHBISTAKOS, ARTHUR C. DR. 

OBSTETRICS SPECIALISTS NAMED "lUKE OFAN H 7 ^i/n/B; » 1 d >. 

CHRISTAKOS NAMED DUKE DEAN ^- 5 \ X'/W'/l'l c 1 N 

CHP ISTSNEURY, mj^hFLLE 

JOURNALISM Awards given S j 5/25/52 a 9 n 

CHBISTFNSEN, CHERYL 



ELEGANCE TO ACCENT RACQUET CLJ3 S 2 1/36/82 C 



1 



lONTHLY/*" 



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12/31/82 



DATE 



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rHRI5Ti=y. J«"ES E. (TMaWASVILLEI ,,_, 

six FOUND GUILTV OF GAX5LING CHARGES 

rwRT^TTAN. CLIFTON E0*ARO JR. 

"AN FACES 3 CHARGES 

CHRISTIAN. DON 5..., SUPPORT =DN STEPHENS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

FOLKS Ground here-MIth the sporting set 

'-''"'Mb I?ONaSpEO ev -ITCH-HKERS 
POLICE SEEK 2 KID'IAPPERS 

rHOI';T"AS. DANIEL JAVNE I S" ITHF ISL; I 
JUSTICE IS FOR »LL. NOT SOC.E 

""«'2;Ni°"OUsfo?l?ilcl FIELD GRO-S TO FIVE 
lssF»?L'' SESSIONS SHOULD 9E SHORTENED 

CHURCHILL. JORDAN ". 

SPECIAL INTERESTS? 

CHURCHILL. NEIL TOhFRS TO Ki". TAX-EXEMPT FINANCING 

FOB hASaiCA^PEO InD PoSr. rents OF S539 A ■lONTH 

= '"^i|„^?rPROOF IT'S SPRING: THE FLIES HAVE ARRIVED 
CICCARELLIj^CUN|^ SHOOT HAN NEAR 3US STATION 

= "*nr,5„5;;"Q-iN "elected for PHI BETA KAPPA AT DUKE 
2isSLE HOUSE LOSS A 3L0>- TO EVERYONE 

^ITRINI. ANTHONY MIRO 
OBITUARY 

CITRINI. RICHARD J. PR; '"0.""^: r-iANCF 
GIVE -ENTALLY HANDICAPPED A CHANCE 

'='"°';3Nc"Ei?A^SCH00L DEAN ELECTED TO INSTITUTE OF -EOICINE 
^^'"?ri!loi5«E"Lli"f ;i^f'Sio TERPS OVER UNC 
"'-'""JJIs'f'aSTlIaR FACE GRACES PRACTICE TEE AT finlEY 
CLARK.^ARTJUR^L.^^^^ DEAN. CHIEF ACAOE-IC OFFICER 
= '-""' 30?""troS9C=:'aS'-OLDER PERSON'S INFLUENCE BLAMED 

^^"'si!nIf!canT iR'gJjE'ii'ffe-AlS''uNGER LIVING 
CLARK A LIVING -'IRACLE 

-'-"":« ILLIs'^^'ll'-ONiY'-l YOUNGSTER -HO CAN'T MAKE IT 3Y HIMSELF 

^LARK. BILL IPLJMBING INSPECTORl 
MANY HAPPY RETURNS 

^1 &BK> r 3AND4LL 

JOB- TRAINING PROGRAM CAN JQRK 

"-"'IuLlSck VIsTIMQNY CONTINUES , ^ 

?3t;LScK^'JSi:?Y ?^':;fNiRl?'t5RlNas ROAD BREAK-INS 
SanFoSnD GUILTY OF DIRECTING TH=FTS 
BULLOCK GETS R YEARS IN SERIE? OF 3REAK-INi 
IS^If^fN^SSlLl/lN^OLoiS lllrON'.^' INFLUENCE BL.-ED 

'•'"'""slSS'* START 010 NOT OELAY THE -ARRIAGE 

CLARK. E" ILI3ERTARIAN PARTY CANDIDATE) 
•NATE=SH£D' ELECTIONS 

'"-'■"''1 !SSc'5Ps'coi^V°55iGES TO RETIRE^ „,^^^.^ 
TCS STATE JUDGESHIPS ATTRACTING CANOIOATcS 

CL'RK. EOKARO LEROY 1ICA»DI ^^.„^,; 
2 rURkE men FACE MuROER CHARGES 

l-LARK. ELIZA8E''H ANN DR. 
RELIGION PROF NAMED 

CLARK. E'NEST ALLEN I Hi LLS30R0UGH I 

HILLSBOROUGH :'AN ST»UCK BY TRl IN 
"In HIT BY TRAIN DIES IN HOSPITAL 
HlLLS°OROUGH MAN. HIT BY TRAI'l. DIES 

CLARK, EVELYN OOWOEE 
0'"ITUARY 

''•*'"*luDCE" = !,FC'rP«RT OF ANTI-ANMEXATION PETITION 

i!^,; oJr;-i;cNOATICN CITFO IN ^URHAM ANNEXATION CASE 

JUDC-E APPROVES ANNEXATION PLAN 

JUDGE RULF5 FOR -ALONE'S RARPlERS ^^ 

JUDICIAL CInIFNCy sends -RONG MESSAGE 

Clark. HARVEY lEOENI ,„,-.- 

CANCER VICTIM kills HIMSELF 

'^'■*"';UNt''*2hES HEMAN CLARK TO N.C. P;1ST 

J'vfRNOr'JlANS TD SUBMIT NEW -AMS ON ?RUNK DRIVING 

IeRICUS CRIMES DECLINE IN N.C. ^OJ Ml 
MAJOR C»I-E IN N.C. FALLS BY PERC - <T 

rtPLP STRANDED MOTORISTS 
n;c. OFFICliL RAPS PCi PROTESTERS 



S 2 2/2?/a2 A 10 N 

H 2 10/a4/°2 3 I N 

S 2 l0/0A/?2 C 2 N 

H 2 5/13/82 A 3 P A 

H 2 ll/l"»/e2 B I n U 

H 2 I0/0l/'»2 b 1 N A5<. 

S 2 lD/0l/=!2 C 1 N 

S ? a/l'/92 A 4 L 

H 1 5/08/32 CI N J58 

H 2 12/13/92 A <. E 

H 2 3/12/92 A 5 L 

S 2 4/30/92 A 1 ^ <'? 

H 2 6/13/32 A 1 P N L*! 

H 2 4/26/82 3 1 U S36 

S 2 7/03/92 A 3 N 



S 2 4/09/82 C ^ 
H 2 7/16/92 A 5 



H 2 3/07/82 3 6 

H 2 3/12/82 A 4 L 

M 2 8/l''/e2 CRN 

H 2 10/29/32 I = F SRI 

H 2 6/13/92 B 4 N P07 

S 2 7/10/82 A i; N 

H 2 3/22/92 A 1 N B51 



H 2 12/09/92 A 4 
S 2 12/29/S2 A 4 



H 2 3/2R/92 3 1 F mjj 
H 2 12/11/82 3 1 D U 
H 2 6/10/92 A 5 L 



S 2 9/10/92 A 12 

H 2 3/11/92 3 1 

S 2 8/11/92 C 1 

H 2 3/12/92 3 1 

H 2 3/13/92 B 1 

S 2 3/13/92 C 3 

H 2 3/22/92 A I 



N F30 

N 951 

N F30 

N 351 

N 351 



N 951 

H 2 8/22/92 E 2 p ■= 556 

H 2 4/13/02 A 4 E 

M 2 1/02/82 3 10 N 

H 2 1/05/82 A 12 ". 

H 2 11/21/92 A 23 N 

H 2 6/03/92 9 2 N 



H 2 i/z-f/az 9 1 

H 2 2/23/92 C 2 
S 2 3/01/82 C 3 



H 2 3/20/32 A 3 

H 2 1/IR/-2 3 1 N =51 

H 2 1/20/92 A = ^55} 

H 2 2/0">/»2 9 1 N S5l 

S 2 3/04/92 C 1 N 

S 2 3/06/R2 A 4 E 



2 12/01/92 A 



H 2 l/lR/92 A 11 = 

H 2 2/03/P2 A 5 P P 

S 2 2/04/92 A 1 N 

H I 2/05/92 C 5 N 

S 2 3/15/92 A 1 N 

H 2 3/16/92 A 1 N 

H 2 3/24/92 A 4 L 

S 2 R/29/92 A 1 N 



MONTHLY/A 



H N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



NAMES 



CLARK SAYS PCS LANDFILL PROTESTS TYIrjG UP TROOPERS 

CLARK, HOYT NE«L 
O'lITUARY 

CLARK, JOHN (CMARLOTTEI 
MFN ARRESTED 

CLARK, LEROY 

FnuNDER OF CLARK t; SORRELL OIES 
CLARK AND SORBELL OWNER DIES AT 37 
THE LOSS OF TWO CITIZENS 



CLiRK, MfiRGIE E, 
OBITUARY 



(CARR30R0) 



CLARK, •IPLLIE 9ELLE 
OBITUARY 

CLARK. S. W. ICHAPEL MILL) 
NOT CHRISTIAN 

CLARK, STEPHEN 

OLD ROMANCE KINDLED IN NEW "A^RIAGg 

CLARK, TIM IWINSTON-SALEMI 

BOY CHOOSES DEATH OVER DIALYSIS 

CLARK. TINA M4RIE 

OURHAM WOMAN IS KILLED IN CRASH 

FATAL WRECK IN DURHAM COUNTY 

OBITUARY 

GIRL KILLED IN JEEP ACCIDENT 

CLARK, TOM CONRAO 

COUNCIL UPHOLDS DECISION TO END NIGHT BUS SERVICE 
CWP MEIBER 'ELATES FBI INTERVIEW ieKViLt 

A TRULY NEANDERTHAL VIEW 

CLARK, VERNON 

',',EJH S32E '-^SFs SUIT FOR promotion 

NCCU PRCF AWARDED ONE CENT IN LI3EL SUIT 

CLARK, JILLIAM HATCHER "BILL" 
OBITUARY 

CLARK, »ILLIAM P. JR. 

MP. ALLEN'S DEPARTURE 

A WISER CHOICE 

•. . .AND CONGRATUALTIONS ON YOUR NEW POST!' (CART 
CL«RKE, aLLEN S. 

THE 3ETTEP TO SEE WITH 

CLARKE. OAVIP B. 

COST SHIFTING RAISES PREMIUMS 

CLARKE. ELUABETH (HENDERSON) 

TRUCK STRIKES. KILLS WOMAN 

CLARKE, JAMES M. (SENATGRJ 

Et^!!'?-''^'''^ '""^'E PANEL BACKING 
MCOANIcL, CLARKE FILE FOR CONGRESS 
rynfi"S;,^J° ^"' O'NEILL HELP OR HURT? 
5 CONGRESSMEN RENOMINATED 
GOP TRYING TO HOLD SEAT IN DISTRICT U 
CTBEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 
JOHNSTON LOSES. HENDON TRAILS '"^"'""'^^ '<'"-'=^ 
CLARKF CLAIMS NARROW UPSET IN 11 TH DISTRICT 
CLARKE MARGIN OVER HENDON IS 1,324 "'^"'"•' 
IITH DISTRICT RECOUNT EXPECTED 
RECOUNT SOUGHT IN FIVE COUNTI=S 
HFNOO»' MAY TEST STATE ELECTION LAW 

cf^cPJ^r-M',"-? J? ?'° '■n '^^'' VOTE RECOUNT 
ELECTION LAW IS CHALLENGED 
CLARKE URGES HENDON TO ABANDON LAWSUIT 
CLARKE REQUESTS DISMISSAL OF SUIT 
3^";,"£""'0'''5 HEARING ON ELECTION SET TODAY 
i^YlJ. S??E?cI2,°'-?" ELECTION CERTIF cinSN 
BOARD DISMISSES HENOON'S APPEAL 
CLARK? CERTIFIED ELECTION WINMER 
CLARKE TO BE SW(1RN IN JAN. 3 

CLARKE, -"ILTON V. (3AHAMAI 
OBITUARY 

CLARKE, STEVENS 

bX OF FELONY CASES GO TO JURIES IN N.C. 

CLARY, JOEL MCFARLANO 

VANDALS SLASH TIRES ON 16 AUTOMOBILES 

CLARY, wILTON WER3E 

P"LITtCS DENIED IN INMATE'S MOVE 
GOV. HUNT ORDERS PROBE OF INMATE'S TRANSF 
PETITION DRIVE ORGANIZED TO PROTEST INMAT 
HUNT "RDERS CLARY RETURNED 
Si'5'I„'^''"E''S RETURN OF MURDERER TQ N.C. 
PPISONER RETURNED TO STATE 

5n£?''t;v?"t;Fi£S.''°T INVOLVED IN INMATE MOVE 
HUNT SAYS NO MORE ACTION IN CLARY CASE 

CLAY. "ETTV ALLEN 
OBITUARY 

CLAY. DAVIP 

^mA^J 1° ■^'-""- BULLS' OPENER 

CLAY'S CURVE 'lAFFLES RED SOX 'N BULLS' ORFnFR 
CL^Y 'rLlNCEs''5A?r'' ^'VE-HIT-SHuVaUT 0?'kINSTON 
CLAY TRIES AGAIN 
CLAY THROWS KNOCKOUT 5L0WS 
CLAY SILENCES METS WITH SIX-HITTER, 6-3 
CLAY, VINCENT EDWARD 

CLAY. W.C. Ill 

MAN BEHIND THE PLAQUE 
CLAYTON, C. W. CART. 

OFFICERS SAY FAIR GAMES RIGGED 

CLAYTON, CARL 

BAKER ENTERS MARTINSVILLE RAC= 



ER TO PRISON 
E'S MOVE 



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2 3/15/32 C 
2 3/20/S2 A 



H 2 ',/10/62 B 10 



H 2 3/31/82 A 10 



H 2 9/27/92 A A 



H 2 6/13/82 E 2 o F h<,5 



H 2 7/22/82 A 1 P N 



H 2 a/29/32 A 1 N 

H 2 3/30/82 A 9 P 

H 2 3/30/S2 3 7 

S 2 3/30/82 A 13 N 



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2 A/17/82 
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12 N »51 
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2 6/11/82 3 
2 11/06/82 A 



H 2 5/04/82 a 



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N 951 



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1 1 




2 


,1/16/82 


A 


9 




2 


.1/19/92 


A 


? 


N 


7 


.1/20/92 


A 


S 


N 


2 


1/22/82 


A 


9 


N 


i 


1/23/82 


A 


9 


N 


2 


11/24/92 


A 


1 \ 


N 


2 


12/07/92 


A 


7 


N 


2 


12/15/32 


C 


13 


N 



H 2 4/06/92 3 9 
H 2 6/26/82 A a 
S 2 12/20/32 C 1 



H 


2 


3/14/92 


=i 


1 7 






2 


3/15/32 


A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/20/92 


A 


1 1 


N 




2 


8/25/°2 


c 


4 


N 


s 


7 


3/25/32 


( 


1 7 


N 


H 


2 


3/29/32 


r 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/17/32 


A 


6 


N 


s 


2 


10/06/82 


C 


19 


N 



H 2 5/30/82 C 6 



s 


2 


4/03/32 


H 


1 





F 




s 


2 


4/L0/O2 


A 


» 





N 






2 


4/20/92 


H 


7 




N 


M71 


b 


2 


4/2D/»2 


.) 


\ 





N 




s 


2 


6/10/82 


M 


1 


? 


N 


966 


s 




6/12/92 


A 


9 








H 




7/06/82 




2 





N 


"71 


H 


? 


3/07/32 


A 


1 




N 


M51 


s 


2 


3/03/92 


A 


3 




N 





H 2 5/30/92 1 o F G09 
S 2 10/07/92 C 1 N M23 
H 2 4/20/32 B 1 P N 



HilMB 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U 4 L I, !J,?,^.5 

1/01/B2 - 12/31/92 



N » « E S 



P 



0»'6 



04GE 60 
l/n/83 



S I T 

c L » 

C i>G L ■> "YL 



CL»rTON, CL»R» 19U'LINGT0NI ,,„, .- 
3 ARTISTS' WQRHS TQ G3 ON 3IS'HY 

i-LAYTON, EL3ERT C. 
09ITUARY 

CLAYTON. JVA^.WAR,|N^Cg.,^^ CHAIR.H.N 0^ -ARREN 30ARD 

rtatTON, EVV6R pcsiRY ••GH4NNY" 

33ITUARV 

^'-"^S^£E''^?'F^cfRS APR.ST TWO 

CLAYTON, MICH4EL J?ROM? ImENOE'ISONI 
vANC= SPP^G^ORE <lLLcO 
SCRVTCES TG-OSaOH PHR CLAYTON 

'•L4YT0N* \ORfl 3YR0 
3BITUAAY 

i^^^cfV^ ird.l'"il^ll^l ON EDUCATION 30AR0 
RUNOFF CALL=0 IN ORANGE RACE 
2 REOUEST RUNOFF 



H I 2/13/82 3 I 

H 2 <./02/82 A 12 

M 2 12/07/82 A 3 

H 2 5/ll/»2 3 5 

H 2 2/J4/92 A 13 



H 2 12/11/92 A 
S 2 12/11/92 A 



M 2 12/13/82 A 10 



CLAYTOR. ROBERT 3. 

Ntw C"IEF GFTS TOP 



:ORP. POST 



^^"%E^i?^ISESTiNj?5-?i H,T-.N0-ON CASE 

TlEGG. hEN=IFT''a •». 

O^I'^'UARY 

CLEGG. -ILLIS C3L3ERT 

OaiTUARY 

^'-^'-'^SInS^'^'eSOEO IV EDUCATION 
:3PAW i OEAOLY LINE 

^'--" Twi PAR'TRQCPiRsSlE^INACCIKNT 



NE-SPApSi siYS arSy<NEW of TROUBLE .ITH 
A"Y SAV? STEFRABLE -CHUTES SAFE 



PENNSYLVANIA! 

PARACHUTES 



CLE'^FNT 




|p1Sld"g fo'slT" = N6CR|E1ENT 
CLF-FNT FILES FOR STATE rtOUSc 
CLE»ENT ENTERS '<OUSF RACE 

HEL-S FARMS CRITICISM 




FOR HOUSE 



P OR FACTION" SAYS HOWARD CLEMENT. 
ES 



X^TH!jl°'4|T°ifp|N^SI^i'?N DURHA- COUNTY PR I -ART 
CLEH£NT..5pLnR|Sj. ^^..^^.j ^g^ ajILOING RECEIVES HIGH -ARKS 



LINCOLN 

JOSEPHINE 
SCHOOL loARO CO.NSiOERS'r.OALS 



^'--'"^?UR"i-"LlcrLE*OERS,SEE„PRgGRESS. PROBLEMS 



clE"Ent 




? 3N STEERING GROUP 

i C.iRHA" LJOGES HOST N.C. MEETING 



CLEMENTS. ALAN R. 

3"lC?RS ?Nli'sTIGAT= SHOOTING OF 30-LlNG ALLEY EmPLCyEE 



5aS PRICES 



clfments. bill c^overnor of TEXASI 

TFxIs GOVERNOR SE=<S OECONTROL OF OIL. 

clements. 'lair 

a fine jos at dam 

'^'■-"-SIIIa^'-ISy billed at beach 

?t!SNrD»?JEp"!HARGED IN S.C. .RECK that KILLED PSO'S SON 
TEE" CHARGED IN 3URHA- BOY'S OEATH 
Durham"! city of GOnO. CO-PASS IONATE DgoPLE 

'^"■-"^pnL'cF'EsfAHLISH FUND to HELP injured officer 

benefit planned 

clements. edwin ^. 

mixcn runninu again 

f'|'^iLiN^'''THrPLAN! ANYBODY S| EN THE PLAN' 
TA« oOOST F?R COUNTY IS DOJBTED 

Wl^lioli'm^W^'l^^l^ f5r"-J3untv RACES 
Sl-HT REPORTS SPENDING -ORE T- AN INC0-8ENTS 
ci^ni-ATES FIFL1 -lUFRIES ON CENTER. E = A. CRIME 
^F-iisJ-r =0 CLE'<E-JtS COUNTY COM-ISSIONER 
CiTIZFNS PACK VOTERS' FORUM 



1/05/F2 
1/21/92 
6/30/92 
6/30/92 
7/06/92 
7/07/82 



12 
5 
5 
9 
3 
1 



M23 
'436 



H 2 './30/B2 A S 

S 2 6/04/92 C '• 

H 2 9/11/92 3 9 

H 2 3/22/82 C 2 



2 3/03/32 
2 12/18/82 



H 2 12/02/52 C 17 
H 2 12/03/32 A 5 
H 2 l2/0')/82 A 10 



1/30/92 B 
4/06/82 A 
4/06/92 C 
<,/a<>/92 B 
4/0R/'»2 1 
5/06/92 3 
5/06/92 C 
6/11/92 A 
6/19/92 A 
6/19/92 A 
6/23/°2 A 
6/27/82 
6/30/92 3 
7/01/92 A 
7/12/92 A 
7/12/92 A 
7/13/82 3 



sa3 

351 
G5 3 
L<.1 
L41 
F30 



S 2 12/28/92 A 1 = N 



S 2 

H 2 



2/20/92 A 
9/30/82 B 



2/11/92 
2/20/92 
4/07/82 
4/22/92 
5/05/92 
5/20/32 
10/05/92 



^24 

008 
S33 



H 2 3/23/32 A 9 
S 2 8/23/82 A 5 



H 2 7/28/82 A 



H 2 6/13/92 4 



H 2 


7/31/32 


3 


I 




N 


"51 


S 2 


7/31/92 


A 


14 








H 2 


3/01/92 


C 


1 








S 2 


a/02/92 


A 


6 








H 2 


3/03/°2 


3 










H 2 


9/23/92 


A 


5 




L 




5 2 


3/10/92 


A 


1 




N 


= 30 


S 2 


9/15/82 


C 










H 2 


/G6/P2 


S 




9 


N 




S 2 


/05/92 


c 










S 2 


/13/92 


A 










H 2 


/14/82 














/20/»2 


A 










H 2 


2/14/»2 


;) 









3B1 


H 2 


2/14/92 











■•81 


H 2 


3/12/92 


A 










S 2 


3/22/02 


A 










H 2 


4/13/''2 


A 










H 2 


4/25/92 


'j 












6/23/92 


A 


14 








S 2 


6/24/°2 


A 


14 






ioi 


H 7 


6/25/"2 


i 


1 






L4 1 


H 2 


6/25/82 


A 


9 








S 2 


6/25/'2 


L 


I 









MONTHLY/»NNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



ICM OF UTILITY LINES 
NTY 60A00 NCOS 
P^IMAftY 

ni-iecTioN 

IST'!ICT ATTORNEY'S SEAT 
SHAM COUNTY PRIMARY 



Y COMMISSIONER IAD) 

JING 

OATE 
MATIve ACTION 

MINATED CONTEST 
NTY COMMISSIONERS 
ME BARBS 



LTER COUNTY aOARO FOCUS 



ICNERS 
AS CHAIRMAN 



NINE CANDIDATES IN OUIET FRAY 
CLEMENTS SAYS HE FAVORS EXTENS 
MRS. HERON, INCUMBENTS GET COJ 
HFRON. <. I:<CUM6F:<TS .JIN COUNTY 
MRS. HERON COULO ALTER EOARO'S 
MOST MONEY SPENT IN RACE FOR 1 
QA'S RACE MOST ExPENSIVF IN CU 
CiMMissioNgR.s SILVER STOLEN 
OFFICIAL REPORT"; S3. 000 THEFT 
IE-ELECT ED CLEMENTS FOR COUNT 
CANDIDATES REJECT TAX HIKE 
NANCE. MRS. HERON LEAD IN SPEN 
EC CLEMENTS FIGHTS TO HOLD TAX 
CANDIDATES DIFFERING ON AFFH 
CANDIDATES ANALYZE SUPPORT 
MRS. HERON-NANCE BATTLE HAS 3D 
CAMPAIGN DUESTIDNS: DURHAM COJ 
COMMlssicNEoS RACE INCLUDES S3 
MBS. HERON OART OF 'NEW FACE' 
DURHAM COMMISSIONER VOTE 
HERON'S ELECTION EXPECTED TO A 
NANCE OUTSPENT BY MRS. HERON 
HERON OUTSPENDS OPPONENTS 
3 COMMISSIONERS UANT POSITION 
CLEMENTS' POST IS UNDER SIEGE 
BELL 1ST BLACK YQ HEAD COMMISS 
COMMISSIONERS SELECT BILL BELL 

CLEMENTS. JESSE SS. 
OBITUARY 

CLEMENTS. LEE ROY 
OBITUARY 

CLEMENTS. LUCY NICHOLS 
OBITUARY 

CLEMENTS. MARVEL STEM BOWMAN 
OBITUARY 

CLEMMONS. JEFFREY 

SUSPECT IN THEFT CHASED. CAPTJRED 

CLEMMQNS. LOUIS CARROLL (JACKSONVILLE. N.C.) 
JACKSONVILLE MAN CHARGED IN PORN CASE 
PORNOGRAPHY CHARGES FILED 

CLEMONS. E2EKIEL 
OBITUARY 

CLEMONS. JIMMY LEE 

POLICE CHARGE 1 IN BREAK-IN 

CLEMONS. KEN 

SCHOOLS BROADCASTING TELEVISION INSTRUCTION 

CLEMONS. OTha 
O'^ITUARY 

CLENOENING. MICHAEL SHAWN 

TEENS HELD FOR STEALING GAS FROM BUS 

CLEVFNGEP. RUSSELL WAYNE (ORANGE CD . I 

POLICE CHARGE SECOND TEEN IN CAR VANDALISM 

OETECTIVE SAYS 50ND TOO HIGH 

YOUTH CITED IN VANDALISM OUT ON BOND 

CLEVENGE". .WILLIAM CLORIS 

DURHAM POLICE MUST TRAVEL OUT OF STATE AGAIN TO GET MAN 
SUSPECT FORCES 2N0 POLICE TPP 

("LIFTaN, E. E. 

POSTAL OFFICIALS SAY 2 RALEIGH WORKERS REASSIGNED BEFORE PROBE. 

CLIFTON. RAY ALVIN ( F AVETTEVi LL E I 
SPOTTED FEVER KILLS N.C. MAN 
SPOTTED FEVER CITED IN FAYETTEVILLE DEATH 

CLINARD. JACK H. ( THOMA SV I LLE ) 

THOMASVILLE BUSINESSMAN SENTENCED IN TAX CASE 

CLINE. WILLIAM DICKEY (CARPBORO) 

ClRRBPRO MAN CHARGED WITH PASSING BOGUS BILL 

BOGUS alLLS; FOR RETAILERS. 'TIS THE SEASON TO BE CAREFUL 

CLINTON, SHIPLEY ^EX OR. (BALTIMOREI 

OEVFLOPERS SHOW INTEREST IN HA YTI 
HAYTI'S TIME 

f^LOER. EPVIN IRALEIGHI 

RALEIGH MAN DIES IN A FALL 

tLOTFELTER. CHARLES 

NUCLEAR RACE MUST BE REVERSED 
N-WEAPQN FOES SET PEACE MEETIMG 
CONVOCATION ON PEACE 

CLOUD, DANIEL T. OR. 

MORE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE URGED 

CLYDE, KEVIN ALEXANDER (CHAPEL HILL I 
CHASE ENDS WITH 7 CHARGES 
CHAPEL HILL YOUTH JAILED AFTE' CHASE 

CLYDE, WALLACE OR. 

PROTEIN MAY LEAD TO A NEW VACCINE 

COATES, ALBERT AND GLADYS (CHAPEL HILLI 
THIS COUPLE AN EXAMPLE TO CHERISH 

COATES, DALE 

A RAISING INSTEAD OF A CURING 

COATES, GL«OYS HALL 

UNC PROFESSORSHIP HONORS MRS. COATES 
A TRIBUTE TO MRS. COATES 

COATES. JOHN (AUSTIN. TEXAS) 

DUKE SURGERY EASES "AIN OF PARAPLEGICS 

SPECIAL SURGERY RELIEVES PARAPLEGICS' SEARING PAIN 

COATES. PHYLLIS 

PRISONER PULLS GUN ON ORANGE DEPUTICS. F|.EES 
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MAN WHO = SCAPED AT GUNPOINT 

COATES. WILMA c. 



s 










PAGE 61 












1/17/83 




S 




I 


T 




M E 


E 




L 


Y 




P DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


BYL 


H 2 6/27/92 







P 


N 


B81 


H 2 6/2<?/»2 


a 






N 




H 2 6/30/^2 


A 






N 


B81 


S 2 6/30/92 


3 




P 


N 


F30 


H 2 7/01/92 


3 






J 


33 1 


S 2 7/12/32 


A 




p 


N 


F30 


H 2 7/13/°2 


3 






N 




S 2 8/0P/''2 


C 






N 




H 2 d/10/82 


A 






N 




H 2 10/27/82 


A 




o 


A 




S 2 10/27/92 


6 






N 


M2 3 


H 2 10/23/92 


p 










H 2 10/2=>/''2 


A 




p 


A 




S 2 10/2'5/82 


C 






N 


M23 


S 2 10/30/82 


A 






N 


M23 


M 2 IO/31/"2 


A 






N 


S51 


H 2 10/31/92 







p 


F 




S 2 11/01/92 


c 






N 


M23 


H 2 11/03/82 


A 




p 


N 


S51 


H 2 11/03/92 


A 


1 


r 


N 




S 2 11/03/82 


A 




? 


N 


"23 


H 2 11/13/82 


C 






N 


381 


S 2 11/15/82 


A 






N 




S 2 11/16/92 


c 






N 


M2 3 


H 2 12/0A/82 


A 






N 


981 


S 2 12/06/82 


A 




p 


N 


M23 


H 2 12/07/82 


A 




p 


N 


B81 



H 2 3/23/82 B 5 

H 2 5/20/32 C 2 

H 2 9/07/82 3 6 

H 2 9/12/82 C 2 



H 2 6/02/82 A 12 



N 



H 2 12/19/82 A 14 N 
H 2 12/21/82 A 10 N 



H 2 5/21/82 A 12 P 



S 2 1/06/82 C 1 

S 2 11/30/92 C 1 

H 2 4/25/82 C 2 

S 2 3/02/92 3 1 



S 2 4/15/R2 C 1 
S 2 4/16/92 C 4 
H 2 4/17/82 A 12 



S 2 1/06/82 A 1 
H 2 1/07/82 A 16 



H 2 5/05/82 3 1 



S 2 6/04/82 C 4 
H 1 6/05/92 B 1 



N 

N EOS 




N U57 
N 



H 1 3/04/82 



S 2 12/06/82 A 2 
H 2 12/09/82 B 1 



S 2 d/ll/e2 A 1 
H 2 a/16/82 A 4 



S 2 6/07/82 3 6 



H 2 4/27/82 A 5 
S 2 11/03/92 A 4 
H 2 11/06/82 A 4 



S 2 5/07/82 C 9 



S 2 6/02/92 C 1 
H 2 6/03/82 A U 



N 

N L30 



N 



H 2 4/09/82 A 20 N 

H 2 1/13/92 A 4 U G33 

H 2 7/23/92 1 = F W66 



H 2 5/12/92 A 13 
H 2 5/18/82 A 4 



S 2 1/15/92 C 1 N 
H 2 1/17/92 A 14 = N 



H 2 3/03/92 A I P N X25 
S 2 3/03/92 A ION 057 



MO.NTHLf/iN 



N J J L INDEX 



oiGE 62 
1/17/83 



co"LE. MOj«ao (s?p.i 



REPUBLIC ans'-oks plsns =05 oa/cSMOR's s»ce 

ciiyc J-icAL = = =S P«n 3Y STATE CRITICIZED ,,, , 

fuC. pi = U°LICiN party; CONGPESJICNAL CLU3 ANI-OSITY C 



RITICIZEO 

COetSi <EN 1CMARL3TTEI , ,, 

i5R;ip''TlJc»E = "A}'bS"»''cONVICTEO. GIVEN TER. 

""■'S3f^L2?,J^5'Tii^H5;^?^69lT?'!IS?INuES ON CONTROVERSIAL pEPORT 
COPLE.^.ARPEN -|:»:;l^,CO.,,^^^ ^^P hIROShLA 

'^^^"'sSoJt-ter^eye surgery will ae offered «t ouke 

COCKS. RUTH haOLEY 

obituary 
coco. ja-es ,^, 

Fr)L<S AROUND MERE 
COCOIAS. marPT GEORGE ICHapEL WILLI 

3BITUARY 

"'• ifs??!Al^O.N''SbNSik'-TWO UNC PROFS. OU»E STUDENT 

"■"^'^ICiIiSg up a ST0R-<:...«IKE C0=ER RAISING EyESRO-S IN PRACTICE 

"'"JLASnIblo iV''36ti'-lF? = ^-iARI.UANA RAID 
3CNDS INCREASED FOR 2 MEN 

""'5'iN^IN8^N THE PACKGRHUNO 

CCFFINj^ ALEX ^ ^^^g FEO=RAL HILLIONS FQR 'USES? 

DURE POWER SHUNS U.S. CASH— AND STRI\CS 

COFFIN. 0. J. 

r:;SS«NAr?'s?r NAKED to UNC -all 3F PAHE 



s 

E 

C PG 



4 JNC E-PLQYEES a?T MASSEY jmROS 
FOUR AT UNC WIN MASSEY AWARDS 

COAINEY.^RIC'J^ 12 STRI«EOUTS STEER pULLS 3y PILOTS 
C^ATNET EARNS A Mw ,,^^, „ r. ,» c c 
COATNEY SAILS TO CNE-HITTER 0= OJKES 

""'N^Si^y^nJ'oE'f^rDi^ cihtiER :038 .R. DIES 
COLLIER CCS"* JR. OIES 

""•v'r?l°s'-?si^CIATl'cS'':Dw!TS PLAC< ChJRC. AS -E-BER. 
""•uiiJ-"GciilNiirliErHcPOSAL 

co?b. lula garden 
opituary 

■^"^^'oJrSaJ^teen wins kodak photo prize 

'^°-^'';0ST'-':90''sT"fE CANDIDATES 3R0< E CHECKOFF FUNDS LAW 
C39FY DFFICE IS OPENED 
CHBPY TO ANNOUNCE 
r-acy PILES FOR CONGRESS 
C08EY E"TERS <.TH DISTRICT RACE 

^^;;!RElil8^.L'h!ND?'DA??-s".lll FINANCI AL DISCLOSURES 

REC-R" 12 PPI-ARIES TO PARE U.S. HOUSE FIELD 

S^n-jGRPSSXEN SENOKINATED 

TO PACE ANDREWS 

rovipuTPP AGE HITS POLITICS 

CRANE SAYS TAX HIKE ,ON'T PASS 

CANHIDATP^ ■'AKE TRIP TO TEXAS 

ANDREWS FACES SERIOUS CHALLENGE 

CH'^u rn CAMPAIGN ON BEhALF OF COBEY 

REPUBLICANS. ANDREWS EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS 

i^Bplii'lNo'c^l^Y'sIlP -ECONOMIC JUSTICE- FORUM 

|iV^0SiPji^G^l?liir?LSi'^J.^^E^Ee°¥iADE-ARK .CARTOON. 

THE RIGHT MAN... 

...OR RIGHT-»ING PAWN? 

IKE WANTS TV DEBATE 

imy m"es? ?^en^er'in\.c. congress races 

C"3EY rejects bid for debate on TV 

^.Ik'it,': ci'B|v'iSo;£"cRSwi*'w?LEcMING RE.GAN at RDU 

ANDREWS RAPS COBEY fqR asSENCE 

ClaFY DECLIN=S DEBATE WITH ANTREwS 

REiGANloOSTS COBEY. -aSIN IN RALEIGh VISIT 

i3oiEHrisKi'FOR°55oBE INTO COBEY GROUP 

lit^Tf^JrAS^Ek^IsfNG HITS NAJ SEATING LOW 

5T.'Sadi??erL^rT?ilbJc'rf5!^l"RS^R:S NATIONAL ELECTIONS 

ANOPEWS-COBEY RACE: a <.Th 'knjCKlE BUSTER- 

TWO FLAWED CANDIDATES ,_ , , ,.„ 

iSP^;s'-?«'!NdflEk=Ti5Ml"3o?rRl REJECT COBEY-S BLITZ IN ,T„ DISTRICT 

cf'iSpJirjoss to^Indre-s blamed on reaganomics 

CaSSaIGN -nIEF SAYS ECONOMY BEAT COBEY 
EPROR^ -AY HAVE COST COBEY VOTES 
POLL PR"0R -AY HAVE HURT COBEY _ 
nCaf l=aofr says she ExaGGERATcO 
NCAE STRAYING TOO FAR FROM EDJCATIONAL GOAL 
r=;5cY TOP SPPNDER IN CONGRESSIONAL RACES 
COBEY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN MONEY , ,. „ 
CIVIC cInTEr's birth STILL OCHN THE ROAD 



5/D3/P2 
S/0'./a2 



'./24/B2 
5/Oi/82 



N M71 
U R6& 
N M71 



H 2 10/l2/»2 A 1 
S 2 10/12/32 B R 



H 2 10/30/82 A 6 N 

H 2 5/15/B2 a I N G53 



H 2 9/06/82 B 



H 2 3/20/B2 D 5 P N 



1/02/82 : 
'./12/82 
5/03/82 I 
5/05/82 
5/06/52 
5/37/82 
5/26/82 
6/27/82 
6/30/82 
6/30/82 
3/12/82 
3/14/82 
3/22/32 
3/3D/82 
9/21/82 
9/25/82 
10/12/82 
13/16/82 
10/16/32 
13/17/82 
10/21/82 
10/22/52 
10/22/82 
10/23/82 
10/25/82 
10/25/82 
10/26/82 
10/26/82 
10/26/82 
10/26/82 
10/26/82 
10/27/82 
10/25/°2 
13/23/82 
10/29/82 
10/29/52 
10/29/52 
10/29/82 
10/31/82 
11/01/82 
11/01/82 
11/03/82 
U/03/82 
11/03/82 
11/04/82 
11/09/02 
U/10/32 
11/19/32 
11/24/82 
12/D8/32 
10/19/82 
12/26/3Z 



11 
1 
1 
3 

11 
1 
5 
1 



1 

11 

1 

1 

8 
5 
3 



N S33 

N d%b 

N 

N 

N G53 



SB3 
S5l 



P45 

= 56 



W36 
846 
533 



W36 
W36 



S 2 1/13/82 A 12 
H 2 3/33/32 3 5 
H 2 12/39/82 A 8 



H 2 5/22/82 A 
H 2 5/26/82 A 



H 2 1/35/82 A 4 L 

H 2 1/07/B2 A 15 C N V05 



H 2 3/0T/82 A 3 N 

H 2 9/17/82 A 9 M 

H 2 7/10/82 5 8 

H 2 3/32/82 3 I U 

H 2 5/07/92 C 14 

H 2 11/20/82 6 I N 

H 2 3/22/52 B 3 N 



H 2 3/03/32 A 1 
H 2 9/02/82 A 14 



H 2 7/03/82 2 2 



H 2 2/25/P2 a I 
H 2 3/01/32 A 4 



S 2 3/31/82 C 
H 2 4/01/82 5 



F PQ"- 

N G53 



MONTHLY/ANNUAt 
1/01/82 



JOUSNALISM HALL OF FAME TAPS 3 

COGGIN. DEBBIE 

WOMAN'S PURSE SNATCHED 

COGHILL, CARPIE LEE CANNAOA 
OOITUARV 

COHEN, GERPy 

CLAaIFy ANNEXATION LAWS, STAT^ PANEL URGED 
COVERAGE WAS FAIR 

COHEN, HARVEy JAy DR. 

DUKE >1AMES CHIE^ DF CENTEP ON 
DUKE TAPS COHFN AS NEW DIRECT'' 
COHEN JETS NEM POST 
3 DURHAM STUDENTS PPEPPING Fo? 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



PAGE 63 
1/17/83 



COHN, JOSEPH OR. 

DEVICE AIDS HANDICAPPED 
CHAPEL HILL DOCTOR HELPS SANTA 

COJANIS, HELEN 

TEACHERS HELP CHILDREN AT DUKE 

COKER, CELESTE COMAN (HIGH POINT) 
CCKER WINS DUKE AWARD 

COLBERT, LAURENCE 

LEGAL AID EXECUTIVE SUSPENDED 
LEGAL PROGRAM HEAD SUSPENDED F 
CnCERT REINSTATED PENDING PRO 
LEGAL AID HEAD REINSTATED 
CHAIRMAN OF LEGAL AID'S 30AR0 
THREE RESIGN LEGAL AID 90ARD 
THREE LEGAL AID 30ARD MEMBERS 

COLBV, KENT 

CREPE MyRTLES READY FOR EXPRES 

COLCLOUGH, GEORGE (BURLINGTONI 

COLLEGE NEWS: ELQN TO NAME HAL 

COLCLOUGH, JOEY 

ROW HOUSES: aUILOER JOEL COLCL 

COLCLOUGH, KENNETH 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THI 

C3LCL0UGH, LORIS 

WARPEN TO BE NEW FINANCE OIREC 
COUNTY HIRES FINANCE CHIEF 
The TaxER: all COUNTY TAX PRO 

COLE. lAORY STEVE (CHAPEL HILL) 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG 
LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-CD 

COLE. DOCK ROBERTSON (CHAPEL HILLI 

OBITUARY 

COLE, OON (AVOCA. N.Y.I 

2 N.Y. -EN KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH 

COLE, ELVIN JA"E5 JR. 

MAN CHARGED IN I ASSAULTS 

MAN AWAITS HEARING ON ASSAULTS 

COLE. HANK (Chapel hilli 

THESE SPEEDSTERS ARE LEGAL 

COLE, HUGH 

HUGH COLE'S JOB IS TRACKING TH 

COLE, HUGH DR. 

SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED IN CHA 

COLE. JESSIE w. 

YOUTH GRABS BAG CONTAINING C AS h 

COLE, KATHLEEN PITTMAN 
ORI TUARY 

COLE. LILLIAN 

1<)32: MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

COLE, PAUL S. 

1082 FATHERS OF THE YEAR 

COLE, P. TAYLOR 

CENTER TO BE DEDICATED 

COLEMAN, ELLIOT WADE (CHSRLOTTEI 
POLICE. S9I SEIZE COCAINE 

COLEMAN, ELLIOTT 

TWO MEN ARE CHARGED IN PANTRY 

COLEMAN. ERNEST (CHARLOTTE) 

CHARLOTTE OFFICER KILLED AT CO 
CHARLOTTE MOURNS SLAIN POLICE" 



AGING 

R OF AGING CENTER 

CAREERS IN HEALTH FIELDS 

, HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 
HOSPITAL 



OR 2 WEEKS 
BE 

GETS POWER TO SIGN CONTRACTS 
aUIT 

SWAY 

L FOR GEORGE COLCLOUGH 

OUGH: YOU ...LOVE 'EH QO YOU HATE 

NGS ARE 

TOR 

EDURES NOW HANDLED BY COMPUTER 



BUST 
UNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 



E ASSENT PARENT 
THAM 



STORE R08PERY 



NVENIENCE STORE 
AN 



COLEMAN, FLOYD J. (ROCKY MOUNT) 

FOUR MEN CHARGED WITH INSURANCE FRAUD 

COLEMAN. KENNETH (CHERRY GROVE) 

JUDGE ASKED TO =>AISE BAIL TO ! 
HOG LOT SEARCH PLANNED 
SB! JOINS COLUMBUS COUNTY PRO' 
DIG FOR BODIES POSTPONED ON CD 
DIGGING BEGINS o-j n.c. FARM 
SPI CALLS OFF SEARCH FOR flODIE 
BAIL ilOND HEARING CONTINU'=0 Ft 
MAGISTRATE TO RULE TODAY ON dO 
JUDGE TO RULE ON BONO FOR COL' 
COLEMAN'S BOND INCREASED 
USEO-CAR DEALER BECOMING LEGEN 
3 PEOPLE INDICTED IN COCAINE '' 
6 IN COLUMBUS COUNTY CASE PLEJ 
HEARING SET ON COLEMAN POND OF 
LAWYER SAYS COLCOR BLEA TO 3E 

2 COLCOR DEFENDANTS RECEIVE SE 

COLEMAN, MARY L. (CHERRY GROVE) 

3 PEOPLE INDICTED IN COCAINE : 
LAWYER SAYS COLCOR PLEA TO BE 



1 MILLION 

E 

LUMEUS COUNTY FARM 

S ON COLUMBUS FARM 
R COLUMBUS COUNTY MAN 
NO IN COLCOR CASE 
OR DEFENDANT 

D IN CORRUPTION PROSE 

D INNOCENT TO CHARGES 

FFR 

CHANGED 

NTENCES 



ASES 
CHANGED 



N E 

P D 



DATE 

H 2 <./23/82 A 2 

H 2 11/04/82 A 19 

H 2 7/24/n2 B 6 

H 2 5/l<./92 d 1 

H 2 8/15/82 4 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PC L P 8YL 



H 2 5/14/82 a I P N 

S 2 5/14/92 A 9 N 

S 2 7/06/82 A 3 N 

H ? 7/11/82 A 16 P N 



H 2 12/21/82 B 11 
S 2 12/22/92 A 13 



S 2 9/20/92 C 1 P F E05 

S 2 3/07/82 A 12 N 

H 2 11/13/82 CI N 351 

S 2 11/13/92 A 12 N 

H 2 U/23/82 A 3 P N 381 

S 2 11/23/82 A 9 N 

H 2 12/07/92 C 1 N 

H 2 12/14/82 A 1 

S 2 12/16/92 A 15 



N 951 
N 



N G53 



F L41 



H 2 1/05/82 B 1 

H 1 11/05/82 9 1 

H 2 12/19/82 10 

H 2 5/26/82 B 1 U 

S 2 1/19/82 A 3 N F30 

H 2 1/19/32 B 1 N 

H 2 1/28/82 8 1 P N 881 



S 2 6/04/92 A 1 
H 2 6/05/82 9 14 



H 2 3/28/82 B 6 
H 2 3/20/82 B 4 



H 2 11/07/82 C 1 
S 2 11/08/82 A 3 



S 2 11/18/92 C 1 P F E05 

H 2 1/03/82 CI F 881 

H I 3/19/82 9 1 N L30 

H 2 7/10/82 All N 

H 2 9/Q9/82 A 16 

H 2 5/02/92 E 1 P F H45 

H 2 6/06/82 E I P F 930 

H 2 2/22/92 A 4 L 

S 2 5/26/82 A I N 

H 2 9/06/82 A ID N 



H 2 7/01/82 A 22 
H 2 7/02/82 A 7 



H 2 10/29/82 A 18 



S 2 3/04/°2 A 2 

H 2 8/05/82 A 1 

H 2 8/06/82 A 13 

H 2 9/08/32 A 15 

S 2 3/09/92 A 1 

H 2 8/10/92 A 9 

H 2 3/12/92 3 5 

H 2 3/13/92 A 14 

S 2 8/13/='2 A 2 

H 2 8/14/92 A 10 

H 2 9/16/92 A 3 

H 2 a/n/92 A 1 

H 2 8/27/92 A 1 

H 2 9/22/92 C 4 

H 2 12/10/92 A 16 

H 2 12/ll/''2 A I 1 



H 2 3/19/«2 A I 
H 2 12/10/82 A 16 



N 



« N T M L Y / A N^.^U^A^L 



INDEX 
12/31/B2 



NAMES 



PAGE 6* 
1/17/63 



2 CGLCOO OEFENOANTS RECEIVE SENTENCES 

COLEXAN, THOMAS H. (FAYETTEVILLEI 
MAN CHABGED IN 9ANK HOLOUP 

"'•'"^'^Is'-JJ^isr ASOUT HIS BOX-OOOS 

"'-=''2oRK"N°DURiA»: JOBLESS RATE »MONG LOWEST 

"'-''5Ajiir,£i'-rA-?ER'lN CRITICAL, SJ T STABLE CONDITION 
MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION 
RALEIGH POLICE IDENTIFY WOUNDEO MAN 

40 charges seen in jake shooting 
man in raleigh shooting dies 

coller. ropert ihqpe millsi 

police chie^^ won't leave j03 

collic< anna haslett 
obituary 

""-'■'3'0FM?i'ca-lS0MINIU-S PLANNED IN DURHAM 

CDLLINS* ARTHUR WARREN 
OBITUARY 

COLLINS. BARBARA IHIGH POINT) 
3USINESSMAN SENTENCED 

"'■'•'COLLINS-INS EASTER SEAL RE-ELECTION 

''"'■'-■S^ITilf ?H.RE SECRETS OF THEIR TRACE 

COLLINS, BOBBY (SMU FOOTBALL COACH) 
C^LLINS GETS MIS OUE 

"'•'•'gIRLs'fINO house on fire, put IT OUT 

COLLINS, DANIEL "CCUNTRY OAN" 
FROM CHAPEL HILL TO CAIRO 

rOLLlNS. DEWEY WILLIAM JR. I H ILLS80 ROUGH ) 
OBITUARY 

"^"■'^'dJ i'tTid^Uli: ISlP3ug°"0 LITTLE MORE THAN STUDY 

"^^'?5jE^ViJciE'BAi?^^^^?i'2^^TlN: BISCUITS DIFFICULT 

COLLINS, GRACE 

GILL FILLS HONORS BILL „ ,^„„ 

HOUSE SPEAKER NOMINATED FOR JN TERM 

■"OLLINS, JEFFREY J. (CHAPEL HILL) 
GUN STANCE IRRATIONAL 

•"OLLINS, L=IGhT3N (hENDE'SCNVILLE) „,,„^^ 

N.C. AVIATION PIONEER GETS HONORARY OEGREE 

COLLINS. MARVIN F. (ORANGE CD.) 

COLLINS TAPPED FOR ORANGE POST 

COLLINS, MICHAEL ALLEN „„^,,, 

MAN CONVICTED OF -MUMMY MUROE'S' 
MAN RECEIVES 3 LIFE TERMS FOR MURDERS 

'"OLLINS. NATHANIEL IHIGH POINT) 
BUSINESSMAN SENTENCED 

COLOMER.^CnNSUELO^^ ,,QRH HIGHLIGHTED SYMPHONY SHOW 

'^'-^-.Se'-LOVING' IS ASHRAM PROJECT MESSAGE 
COLSON SPEAKS ON PRISON REFOR" 

•"OLTER, CARRIE 
OPITUARY 

"""■'^■maN^waITING for bus cut by ATTACKER 
POLICE CHARGE 1 IN "REAK-IN 

COLVILLE, PEFyFS JR. 

CANDIDATE ACCUSED OF VOTE BUYING 

SWAIN SHERIFF CANDIDATE ACCUSED OF BUYING VOTES 

}0TE-»UYING CHARGES -ILL BE PROBED 

"'"^GA'TiEPINS--OOL='FolM|R'-D"HiM RESIDENT FINOS GREENER PASTURES. 

GUARANTEE FOR BURGLARS 

COMAN, WILLIAM "BILL" 

C"MAN WINS REGOGNITION 

rCNTER WOULD BENEFIT ALL 

hSrhSaRE DEALERS SAY SALES -II-ED IN OURHAM 

rQ"AR. NED 

SCALED UNBALANCED IN CRIMINAL', • FAVOR 
ERA DEBATE -WASTES TI-E, MONEY- 

CO-'BS, aPADLSY ALAN ( S" I ThF lELD ) 
S^ITHFIELD MJN IN OKLAHOMA 

Ca"ER. RICHARD L. (CARRBORO) 
THIS CHILD KNOWS LOVE 

ceo. PERRY 

COMO IS COMING TO TOWN 

aJRl^o"Fh2S'HFlDr!s2fBil'T^ -J'oR CHILDREN'S CLASSIC 
•ySl, nON?T SEP IT TOG DFTEN... • UNDER ONE ROOF 
WHAT-S HAPPENING AT CLASSIC TTOAY 

o3kE'cHILDREN-rc"sSIC: GOLF GAME PROVES FORD hits harO 
CLASSIC BRINGS "lUT THE GREAT -^RAYS' 



N E 

P D 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



DATE C 
12/11/82 A 

1/08/92 B 

3/14/82 E 

4/04/82 A 

U/26/"2 A 

11/27/82 A 

11/28/92 C 

12/03/82 C 

12/07/92 A 

9/16/82 C 

11/22/82 3 

6/12/92 A 

3/22/92 C 

5/24/92 B 

12/06/82 3 

8/22/82 

11/11/82 B 

7/22/92 A 

4/12/82 3 

5/22/82 E 

3/26/92 3 

9/23/82 C 



I 

L 
PG L 

1 1 

1 
12 » 

I 



M 

F G7 8 

G 381 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



6/11/92 3 
12/03/92 A 



1/07/92 A 

5/24/82 A 

9/14/82 A 

3/17/82 A 

3/19/82 B 

5/24/82 B 

11/25/82 



l/02/n2 A 
7/07/82 C 



7 
20 P 

2 

7 

3 

3 

1 P 
20 

I P 

5 

3 P 

1 P 

1 
S 

5 

1 1 



U H45 
U 018 



U S36 





7 P 
9 P 



H 2 11/22/62 3 7 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

M 2 

H 2 



M 2 
H 2 



<; 2 
H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



1/06/82 B 
1/06/82 C 



6/22/82 8 
6/23/92 A 
0/24/92 A 



11/19/62 B 
7/03/92 A 



4/17/82 A 
6/27/82 D 
7/19/92 D 



4/08/92 A 
5/24/82 A 



6/07/92 B 
5/11/92 A 



P T37 

L 

N L41 



5/13/92 D 
5/16/92 D 
5/21/92 A 
5/21/82 
5/22/92 A 
5/22/82 A 
5/23/92 A 
5/24/92 A 



12 P 

1 P 
I 

I P 
1 

1 P 

1 P 

I P 



F 120 

N W66 

F W66 

N 

P R91 

c H49 

F S36 



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CELEBRITIES KEE" CL4SSIC SPECTATO'S "OUACKING UP- 
MOTING THE STAR GAZERS 
STREET SCENE 

CQfPTON, 8URCH C. lORANGE CO.l 

SEVEN FILE FOR RACES IN ORANGE 

SONOAY FILINGS S-ELL TOTAL IN ORANGE ELECTIONS TO 30 

ORANGE ABC »OARO "AY ASK CHIE= TO QUIT "URING RACE 

ABC bOARO PUTS CHIEF CD>"PTON ON LEAVE OUMNG SHEkIFF'S RACE 

ORANGE ABC Chief TO TAKF LEAVE incnirr ^ HALC 

SHERIFF CANDIOATES SPLIT ON BJOCET 

CANDIDATES TACKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 

ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S CJNOnATES TRADE 3AR3S 

CONTEST ATTRACTS FIVE LAWMEN. dUILOING CONTRACTOR 

MCCULLOCK MEETING WITH AIDES ABOUT ORANGE SHERIFF'S RUNOFF 

COMPTON. OSCAR {ORANGE CO.l 

SAM GATTIS. <. OTHERS FILE FOR ORANGE COUNTY RACES 

<. BACKED "Y PACE IN ORANG'= 

GROUP BACKS 4 ORANGE SCHOOL BOARD CANDIOATES 

COMPTON WON'T SEEK RUNOFF vn TE 

HAITHCOCK ANO MILLER WIN SEATS ON EDUCATION 30AR0 

CONOER. RICHARD (RICHMOND COUNTY, M.C.I 
GILL FILLS HONORS BILL 
COUNTIES' GROUP ASKS FOR MONEY 

CONE. BENJAMIN SR. IGREENS30POI 

BENJAMIN CONE. RETIRED EXECUTIVE 

CONE. nONNIE E. (CHARLOTTE) 

THREE TO RECEIVE UNIVERSITY AWARD 
UNC BOARD HONORS 3 

CONE. NORMA 

SCHOOL WELCOMES OUTSIDE OBSERVERS 
JUDGE CANDIDATE IGNORES RESOLUTION 
MAYBc DURHAM NEEDS IT BOAT ROZKED 

CONKLIN. MARY H. 

HEL" IS APPRECIATED 

CONKLIN. ROBERT (RALEIGHI 

CORRECTIONS EMPLOYEE SUSPENDED 

CONN. ELMER 

WHEN SURGEONS NEED A HAND. . .ELMER CONN MAKES IT 

CONN. JAMES MICHAEL (GASTONIAI 

N.C. "AN ARRESTED FOR EXTORTION 

CONNELLY. RANSOM duRKE CO.l 

3 CHARGED WITH MyrjoER OF BURKE COUNTY MOTORIST 
SLOW DRIVER SHOT TO DEATH 
BURKE JURY SENTENCES MAN TO DIE 

CONNER. BOH 

TRIBUTE TO 'SKIP' CARPENTER 

CONNER. CRYSTAL COLETTE 

GRANVILLE .-^AIO NETS 2 DURHAM '. ESIOENTS 

CONNER. DONALD CHESTER SR. (GASTON COUNTYI 

PRISON INMATE CHARGED IN THREAT ON SHERIFF'S LIFE 

CONNER. H. T. 

STATE POLICIES IGNORED 

CONNER. PEARL "AILFY 
OBITUARY 

CONNERS. CRAIG 

run MEN CONVICTED OF SLAVERY AT CAMP 

CONNOR. "ARY HELEN CARTER 
0°, ITUARY 

CONNORS. JIMMY 

CONNORS REVERSES BAO-GUY IMAGE 
J!M20 AT THE TOP 

CONRAO. CECILIA DR. 

REAGANOMICS JILL HURT BLACKS. PROFESSOR SSYS 

CONROY. FLIZABETH 

A REAL DEMOCRAT 

CONSTA'!LE. ERNEST WILLIAM DR. 
OBITUARY 

CONSTABLE. SIDNEY C. (ATLANTIC BEACHI 
OB 1 TUARY 

CONSTANTINOU. JOHN M. 

!'I'''3?^^''5„'-EASE SPACE IN DOWNTOWN BUILDING 
LAWYERS MOVING TO KRESS BUILDING 

CONYERS, JAMES EDWARD 

DURHAM M4N FOUND SHOT TODAY 

THREE MEN SHOT 

SHOOTING VICTIMS AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

MAN INDICTED IN GUN DEATH 

ROUGE"ONT MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTINGS 
CONYERS. JIMMY 

APPEAL REJECTED IN CHURCH SLAVERY CASE 
COOGAN, JOHN W. 

HISTORY DISTORTED 

COOK. BARBARA 

HE WRITES THE SONGS 

COOK. DONALD 

b INMATES INDICTED ON TAX CHARGES 

COOK. FR4NKIE (CONCORDI 

C3 RADIO'S 'LITTLE BUFFALO' DIES OF MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

COOK. JOHN FRANKLIN 
OBITUARY 

COOK. KENNETH K. 

FOR THIS FAMILY. A GOOD DEED = EGAN WITH 4 BAD ONE 
COOK. LARRY 



i 

■> DATE C PC 


I T 
L Y 
L P 8YL 


S 2 5/24/82 C I 
S 2 5/24/92 2 
H 2 10/22/82 3 I 


P N 371 
P U C09 

T u 


S 2 2/01/82 C 1 
H 2 2/02/F2 A U 
H 2 2/12/82 8 I 
H 2 3/00/82 A I 1 
S 2 3/D9/82 C 4 
H 2 5/06/?2 A <3 
H 2 6/14/S2 3 8 
S 2 6/2«/°2 A 13 
H 2 6/2T/82 D 4 
S 2 6/30/82 A 5 


N W35 

N 

N W36 

N W36 

N 

N W36 

N W36 

N W36 

N W36 

N 


H 2 1/30/82 4 14 
H 2 t!/ll/ = 2 A o 
S 2 6/11/92 C 10 
H 2 6/30/82 a 5 
S 2 5/30/82 A 9 


N 

N 

N 

N W36 

N 


H 2 6/11/82 B 1 
H 2 12/09/82 C 19 


N 
N 


H 2 10/23/82 C 4 





H 2 H/lO/82 8 4 
H 2 11/12/82 C 4 


» N 

N 


H 2 5/1B/82 A 4 
S 2 5/28/82 A 4 
H 2 10/03/92 5 


L 
L 
L 


S 2 6/14/92 A 4 


L 


H 2 9/23/82 C 16 


N 


H 2 8/22/92 D 1 


P F A20 


S 2 12/09/82 A 2 


N 


H 2 3/29/82 A 6 
H 2 4/02/82 A 15 
H 2 10/03/92 4 6 


N 
N 
N 


H 2 5/24/82 A 4 


L 


S 2 8/02/82 C I 


N S83 


H 2 6/19/82 A 5 


N 


H 2 9/13/82 A 5 


L 


H 2 1/09/82 8 6 





H 2 1/23/32 A 1 f 


' N 


H 2 2/24/82 A 11 





S 2 a/02/82 3= 
H 2 9/14/82 B 2 


' u Dia 

U 071 


S 2 2/16/82 A 1 


N ses 


H 2 7/25/82 D 4 


L 


H 2 1/13/82 3 5 





H 2 3/25/82 C 16 





S 2 9/13/»2 C 1 
H 2 3/14/92 B 1 


N sa3 

N 


S 2 10/30/82 A 14 
H 2 10/31/82 C 1 
S 2 11/01/82 A 5 
H 2 U/03/82 A 9 
S 2 11/03/82 4 9 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 2 9/12/82 3 1 


N 


H 2 5/05/32 A 4 


L 


S 2 3/25/82 1 ° 


F 415 


H 2 6/10/82 4 6 


N 


H 2 9/08/82 A 20 


N 


H 2 12/08/92 B 10 





H 2 6/18/82 A 1 


N 



M N T H L Y / A N N U . L 



I N 6 X 
12/31/62 



N i M E S 



P»GE bb 
1/17/63 



NE^ DIRFCTOO SICKED 3Y CH0R4L GROUP 

COOK. "iPLE ARLESe NATSON 
OBITUARY 

""•iVS^Y^^VSJs = 5S^^K??n^^^iS^3iSSEATHS 
LIFE. DEATH OlffE'ENCE 

COOK. RICKEY aRAO ISAHAWAI 

2 ARRfSTEO IN THEFT OF STEREO 

COCK. iioeei'T ilquissurg) 
•(an c-'arged »ith arson 
one held in arson case 

'°"'''p"ic"'in3f?t,gate robbery 

OFFICERS RROBE ROBBERY 

COCKE. ALFONZO III IROKBOROI 
TWO HEN SHOT 

rnnKF. qFTTY PITTS (CATAWBA COUNTY! 
COOKE.JETTY P^T;^,^^ INJURED IN WRECK 

COCKE. OAVID 8. OR. 
OBITUARY 

'^°'^'^^0n''i3sING INONYMOUSE SOURCES 

rOCKE. HAYNABD E. 
OBITUARY 

COOKF.^PURNELL^.^ IN BREAK-IN 

'"""-'^^ofeffNS'vJcSlM IN GOOD CONDITION 
MAN FACES DRUG CHARGcS AFTcR WRECK 

^•°"^^?HE??'!;E^iR°.Nr?'gSY'^!:*c'SkpEf'HiLL COURT 

COPNEY. GERRY ^ PHANTO-? 

^IeSSHAW: COONE? PiCKS TITLE PUNCH 
WITHOUT HIS LEFT, COONEY'S IN TROUBLE 

'^"''"^JerI^d sportswriter honored 

""""iw'EYilStT'SSSoRS-FAHOUS NOR'H CAROLINA WO-EN 



= °"-JjA£i.^:Ai'^SS!hT?^'^i ASSAULTS. 



BREAK-INS 



OOHS 



'"OCPPR. Charles 

?wSTOGRi'piiRFciTE •.EMORAELE PICTURES^^^ 
Ca3?r"e£ wBn'T bGrST INTO Ol^-HAM COURTR 

'°"'-il«r^'ikVcH\if JIaJing lejeune 

-°°'"nOt3SiE?y'0F minister UPSETS WORKSHOP PLAN 

'°'^''"RIDl°iNOS IN ARMED ROBBERY 

■■OCPFR. ELDER ROYAL 
OBITUARY 

^OrPFR. ELNORA 
OBITUARY 

'-00P6R. GARY lOuRHAM^BULLS.^^ ^^^^5 ,^ 3„„g5. .^Qp 

^nnpcp PEGS AARON FOR His RELiASc _^.^„.„ ocT.[Pni<; 
OEwV ROSTER SET AS COOPER QUITS. HAGMAN RETURNS 

-°"%«no^i^: ^?S?I-c'hU^NSi"i0B TALKS 

^5SpI5 sflL^^EJGH^N^^^ROSPECTS OF COACHING STATE 
COOPE" TURNS STATE OOWN 
;??=TcoSp|r'°Sh?»IoJ;' who -ants state J0B7 

""^?'iui?X5^iatJk^iisEUH 

'""'"rofli '^fpf IuIIs'ro'ad prison escapee 

COPE. VALLie ELVA 
O'^ITUARY 

rnPF. WILLIAM CQTQq JR, 

TolWitil iT.lhr'l\\°^rr.l^'^ .^, USED PROPERLY IN -ORDER TRIAL 

""^'-iY^SlSiiRY ^S'3SifEii^i:A?'cHGi:H GROWS DESPITE CHAOS 

'"OPEL AND* PRANK 

B^^^:?^^i^'vt.i z^iir'i^'^^°'d^ si?^5t?i°:: BANG 



^""^"•Ol^gSTfSNSrTEACHER SHORTAGE HITTING CITY. 
COPELANO. J. -ILUAM IjyOGE.^^^ ^^ ^^,^^,^5 

ASSOCIATE Justice to seek new term 



COUNTY schools 



HILLI 
COPLEY. LERA HILL IROUGEMONTI 



COPELANO. JOHN (CHAPEL 
DOUGHNUT MAN 



S I T 
N P ELY 

o 6 DATE C ?G L ° 5YL 

H 2 5/21/92 5 N 

H 2 10/13/B2 A 9 

H 2 11/07/S2 A 1 N 

S 2 11/09/P2 o ^ 2 

S 2 11/10/92 A i 6 

5 2 3/12/92 A 3 N 

H 1 12/0'./92 C 1 N 

5 2 12/04/92 A 12 N 

5 2 11/15/92 A 3 N 

S 2 11/15/82 C 1 N 

H 2 9/25/82 5 1 N 

H 2 11/04/82 B 5 N 

H 2 4/24/62 C 10 P 

H 2 2/23/32 5 U H55 

H 2 3/25/32 C 6 

H 2 4/03/32 B 6 N 



S 2 5/03/°2 A 5 
H 2 9/20/82 A 9 



S 2 11/22/32 C 1 N 

S 2 6/07/82 2 U 018 

S 2 6/10/32 B 1 " U 019 

S 2 6/14/92 2 U 013 

H 2 7/17/92 = 3 N 

S 2 3/04/62 3 N 

H 2 2/10/82 C 8 N 

S 2 3/11/32 D I ; 2 .-, 

? 7 3/11/32 2 ° F 931 

1 I 10/18/92 A 1 P N EOS 

H 2 7/10/92 All N 

H 2 5/22/92 A 8 N A20 

S 2 6/29/92 C 1 N 

H 2 12/11/92 B 9 

H 2 8/05/82 C 14 

H 2 3/21/92 9 11 N M71 

S ? 4/02/92 3 1 " y ^S* 

S 2 4/03/92 A 9 N R66 

H 2 12/15/92 C IN S91 

S 2 12/15/62 3 2 P N 

H 2 12/16/92 1 N S91 

S 2 12/16/82 a I N 

H 2 12/7/82 C 1 ■< 591 

S 2 12/17/82 1 P 'J 016 

H 2 7/16/92 1 P F ■'66 



H 2 7/29/92 3 I »; 

S 2 7/26/82 C 20 N 

H 2 11/20/92 3 8 

H 2 3/23/92 a 1 N '51 

H 2 3/24/92 B 1 N 351 



H 2 2/21/92 A 



H 2 3/21/92 B 9 N 

H 2 9/24/92 C 6 N (60 

H 2 ll/lP/°2 C 4 U W60 

S ? 12/06/92 CI N 505 



H 2 1/05/92 A 12 
H 2 1/07/82 C 13 



S 2 3/14/82 A 3 P P "66 



"'*°" " ° " T « I- Y / * N N u A L INDEX BY N » M 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 NAM 



09ITUARY 

'^""'■■□bituIry" JE^erson IOUTNERI 
cappnus. 0ANIEL4 

A LOOK AT OURHAV. . . THROUGH THE EYES OF AFS STUDENTS 
COPPOLA, JOSEPH IJFRSEV CITY, N.J I 

FOUR CHARGED IN SMUGGLING OF :IGAPETTES 
COPPOTELLI. HEIOE 

CLINIC TO HELP PREGNANT HOHCW Jii r T ^MPlifTMr 

DUKE PESE.RCHER si?S "iMETp?. g"iIoK?NG ' T§uGHER TO OUIT 
C0P3?TT, CARLTON F. 

N.C. COURT GIVES RULING IN TAX CASE 
COPiJETT, GEORGE (ORANGE CO.l 

^3S'fiVE'?N-3Jf?^E%A"?r'- ''^°°^ "'" 

|iS?§iL^§F'??CE^^?!?F^!!$i '.iniWeT. RACE 
£?'??19^,"°'<'l' SEEK RUNOFF VOT^ "^ 

HAITHCOCK AND MILLER WIN SEATS ON EDUCATION BOARD 
CORCORAN, MIKE 

DEALING WITH THE IMAGE 

COREY, MATTIE JANE ( 1UNN 1 

TWO ESCAPEES KIDNAP hOman 
2 ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

'^°''1-EY, FR4NKLIN EDWARD (SEBRING, ^LA.) 
MAN CHARGED IN DEATH OF SALESMAN 
CAR SALESMAN cguNO SLAIN; man CHARr.Fn 
MAN INDICTED ON MURDER CHaSgES ^^° 
LSD CITED as DEFENSE IN SLAYING 

COPN, TONY IHENOERSONVILLE I 
TWO SHOT DURING HOLDUP 
MAN DIES PROTfCTING WOMAN 

CORNELIUS, PRESTON 

Gnp SAYS HUNT HELD JUDGESHIP D PEN 

'^0'"<'=!-L. BENJAMIN STEVEN (LENOIR) 
MAN FOUND GUILTY IN DEATH 

CORNETTE. CLIFF DR. 

PA°R'?;^l?S'N"^^?c'Hh"fR\"'''' "'^ PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEMS 

CD»NS, LAWONDA BEATRICE ( W INS TON-SA L EM 1 

5-yF4R-0LD r.IRL HIT BY SCHOOL BUS 
CORVIN. JAMES THOMAS 

POLICE ARREST 3 DURHAM MEN ON ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES 
COSTA. LIA 

9-MONTH-OLD BABY GIRL LEAVES jERM-FRFF onnM 

3A6Y CUPED OF RARE DISEASE °°" 

COTANCH, PSTRICIA 

PPOGRAM AIDS CANCER VICTIMS 
COTHRAN, ALVIN 

HOW TIME DO CHANGE: A CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY 
COTTON. NANCY RUTH ( FUOUA Y-VARI NA I 

WAKE COUNTY WOMAN lES IN ACCI DENT 

COTTON, AUREY PERRY 
OBITUARY 

COTTON, ELLA EARLS 

AT NCCU: WHERE THERE'S SMOKE, THERE'S ACTION 
COTTON, HENRY ANTHONY JR. "HANK" 

IHSPi" CASE COMES bJck Td OUR-IAM 

JUDGE RULES WITNESS'S STATE^^NrwAS USED PROPERLY IN MURDER TRIAL 

-^''"'''^i.'-; JS'RY (HENDERSON) 

UNUSUAL NAME HELPS FURNITURE COMPANY 

COTTRELl, RICHARD 

CERAMIC CORE PLANT PLANNED IN M6BANE 
COTTOELL, STEVE 

COTTRELL TO UNC-C? 

COUCH, AOQELL YOW 
OBITUARY 

COUCH, NANCY HUNDLEY 
OBITUARY 

COUCH, STEPHEN CARLTON 

2 DAMAGE POOL EOUIPMENT 

COUGHLIN, WILLIAM J. (WILMINGTON! 

^(Ew MANAGING EDITOR NAMED 
CJULMAN, MA2IE 

IT'S CALLED THE HOUSE THAT LOVE BUILT 
COULTER, KARFN 

HE HAD TO PROPOSE, THEN PR0P0':E AGAIN 
COUNCIL, CAROL 

3UTNER INMATES COMMENDED 

""""bITuIr?'- '• "='^'"^1- HILL) 

COUNCIL. HERMAN LEP 
OBITUARY 

COUNCIL, JAMFS 

FIRE DAMAGES HOME 

COUNCIL, MARGARET "ARY POWER 



^ S PAGE 67 

1/17/33 


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N E £ 1 y 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 


H 2 3/11/82 A 18 D 


H 2 7/06/92 All 


S 2 4/23/82 3 1 p F 415 


H 2 5/21/82 A 13 N 


S 2 2/22/82 3 1 F J06 
H 2 U/1-,/82 A 6 N 


H 2 12/D9/82 A 25 N 


S 2 1/05/S2 A 3 N 

H 2 l/a6/»2 A 11 N 

H 2 1/21/R2 B 5 N 

H 2 6/27/82 D <, N W36 

H 2 6/30/82 3 5 N W36 

S 2 6/30/82 A 9 N 


H 2 11/07/82 6 9 P F W6D 


H 2 <./2*/82 B 3 N 
S 2 4/26/92 A 5 N 


S 2 3/05/82 A I N 
H 2 3/06/82 A 6 N 
S 2 9/15/82 C 12 N 
H 2 11/21/82 A 23 N 


H 2 3/10/82 A 12 N 
S 2 3/10/32 3,6 N 


H 2 7/22/82 3 5 N 
H 2 11/33/82 a 5 N 
H 2 11/28/32 A 15 N 


H 2 3/29/82 A 3 N 


H 2 2/06/82 B 1 P F 
H 2 2/16/82 A 4 E 


H 2 4/23/82 A 13 N 


H 2 8/02/82 3 1 N 


S 2 10/19/92 8 10 F 
H 2 10/19/82 a I F 


S 2 10/23/82 A 1 N M23 


S 2 4/02/82 C 3 U D43 


H 2 9/12/82 C 2 


H 2 4/17/82 3 12 


H 2 2/07/82 E 1 P F 830 


H 2 3/23/82 B 1 N 851 
H 2 3/24/82 a I N 851 


H 2 10/04/82 A 9 


H I 10/23/82 C 1 F 


H 1 4/03/82 c I N 


S 2 3/17/82 1 N 


H 2 1/03/82 C 6 


H 2 3/1D/82 B 8 


S 2 6/07/82 A 7 N 


S 2 4/22/82 A 13 N 


H 2 2/20/82 A 4 L 


H 2 11/07/82 E 2 P c 556 


S 2 5/11/82 4 4 L 


H 2 5/23/92 C 2 


H 2 i/25/82 3 7 


H 2 1/23/82 4 5 N 



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l/lT/83 



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H 2 J/lT/sa » 13 



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5 ASSISTANT 3A'S TO STAT 

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SarCE^S .=tEAO ajILTT :h FdOO STA.'fS CASES _ , 

frjE^URHiS PEOPLE '1.EA3 lutLfT EW R3C0 STa«o :a3E3 

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GUILFCan AUTHCRtriES CHARGE <2»A5i CM j.A^Eil^. "=:^. 

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El-TAS wEEL SEE.<S HOJTIHATEaN EH ALASKA'S j»j3 = <NAT3a:AL »AC = 

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f"3€T rjtSCavSRS PROSE ES CamFOTTAjL; S »u = 

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»rET VET 'STILL rSTEHG TO FIGJRE IT »-- ZJT- 

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aILL <aULC PR-TECT CaSTLT E»ie:FrCtSI«CT 

C3». MBCTUY OLAC* HJHS5S ASSOC! , __ , ,,,_ 

n£4 ^'GAMEiirriw aE3:<ig iscach "jurse EntiCATEOi* 

rQT, FOAMKLI^l !• (SAMFOfiQI 

MtSERT BROUGHT 3T SEX EMCHES 3F HEH SlUtW 

cai. jmrCE fWUjJELi. 
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jws. ca» ?E»p»aEMTEO TO M[LLSsaBauG« pamel 

CC»' L*R»T 

AWGte" LEAVES NOTMtIS TO CHA«C £ 

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Pt.A«/>F«S M TOO F»R 

CCJCf* WARSHALL 

THES Pa^nOLF RAMUS »«Gl»lG ^)-*€ ' £AL ilGGIES 

C05l» WELIREO 

SAOT.CaC SUET FElEO E"i CltQESOalE E»iCEnE»«T 

YTTuTk's parfhts see< s5ac»ooa 

JURY -"EARS OF 'waPREFYEMG' C« plumge emto cact^o 

CLYTES3ALE *'JPT A**APaS REOuCEl 

ca»» PAUL "•• r*iew PERni 

IP* 3lrRl» STILL ilTHOUT "A'CR 

COT* ROaERT C. «RS. 

P-ILSS AB3JN0 ->EPE: m THE SPORTS «a«I.«J 

COIhEaO. GSOPGS L. ICtAPEL HELL I 

c'A OCLL RESULTS JuESTtCNAELE 

cosFT aesT camoeoat? 

COT. TPOT »0T tLtLLCIGroni 

3 TEEHS OIE £« iCCtoeMT 

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M 2 9/15/92 Alt 

M 2 9/l3/«2 a 7 

H 2 ia/0&/<32 C 6 3 

H 2 a/2S/«2 A i t> E 

H 2 l/OI/SZ = 1 = P 

S 2 2/«l»/=2 A i L 

W 2 2/23/92 A ; L 

H 2 S/13/P2 C A 

M 2 11/03/S2 A -.2 1 

M 2 3/l*/52 A 15 = p R91 



H 2 11/12/92 a 
S 2 11/12/82 3 



<• ^51 



S 2 9/30/52 3 L » = 371 



H 2 7/lO/?2 3 3 3 



H 2 T/15/32 = I H L*l 
S 2 7/17/82 A L3 t 



S 2 P/3A/P2 « I 
w 2 4/35/52 a I* 



H 2 2/21/52 A 3 "I 

S 2 11/23/52 A 3 <€ 

M 2 7/1S/S2 C 2 

H 2 2/09/82 A 9 n G53 

" 2 1./32/92 C I P F •'Tl 

H 2 5/25/32 3 3'' -i^ 

S 2 9/39/32 C 7 F J50 

H 2 7/20/32 3 6 3 

H 2 11/21/32 3 P iJ H*5 

H 2 11/07/32 C 1 = - --«.= 

«• 2 ll/ll/'i2 3 2 >« 

H 2 12/IA./P2 A A L 

" 2 12/17/82 A L2 t ^30 

W 2 1/15/92 A •. = >l 

M 2 1/02/5Z 3 5 3 

» 2 1/23/52 A = «< 

" 2 6/25/32 C i "• '60 



H 2 9/23/32 A 5 L 
w 2 10/22/32 A 5 L 



w 2 la/is/sz a I u S34 



H 2 2/26/52 e I -l ■'3b 

S 2 2/26/32 All "I 

H 2 12/33/52 a I o .36 

» 2 12/16/32 A 17 1 .36 



H 2 2/25/52 5 5^ 
H 2 5/1A/32 2 I 3 U 



HI 2 5/30/"2 S * 
w 2 10/23/32 A 5 



S 2 2/05/32 A 10 



MONTHLr/A 



".'!.",* •■ I » E « 
1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



V*CE 69 

1/17/83 



^R. (BAHAMA) 



COOKING PROVIDES 96ST rfe»iPT 

CR<aiLL> ar!a6«T (c«»pci. -.illi 

2 ;m»pEL "ILL TEENS SESCUEO 
TEE'IS TURN JP IM SIVER SEARCH 

CRiBT^EE. ». 4. 

LlGMT'ilNG HITS POLICE OFFICER 

= SC STRUCK =T LlGHT-lflG 
CRABTRFE, :\gTM 

'aiSGH-ORCOF TREATS 

CRA3TREE. C. ,1. 

<ri"AN IS <ILLEi3 ON :CE-Gla2E0 1-35 

CRABTREE. CAUL ^, (ORANGE CO. I 
QUESTION: rtHV NO TRIAL? 

CRABTREE, CLARA 

SCiOGLS 3R0A0CASTING TELEVISION INSTRUCTION 

CRABTREE, SEORGE RICHARD 
O'lTUART 

CRABTREE, JI"»Y WAYNE 

OFFICERS CHARGE T<0 IN ?REAK-!N 

OFFICERS SURPRISE PAIR BREAKING INTO HOUSE 

TMO ARRESTEE IN BREAK-IN 

CRABTREE, JOHN 

05ITU4RY 

CRABTREE. LINNIE ."ITAKER 
OBITUARY 

CRABTREE, SI'ON CLAYBORN 
OPITUARY 

CRABTREE, SUE 

NURSING HOME SETS THANKS 

CRAFT, GREGORY FIELDS (CHAPEL hillI 
ONE SERIOUSLY HURT IN ACCIDENT 

CRAFT. J. 5. 

PISTOL -LESS BUYERS UPSET 

CRAIG. iNO'EK 

2 SENTENCED TO DEATH =00 ■•UROER 

crak;. oavio JAKES (Chapel hilli 

CHAPEL HILL TEEN heLj IN 3RSAK-IN 
NAN ChaBGEO .:Th 3REAH-IN 

CRAIG, p. H, (Chapel hIlL) 
C'AIG ""jllING race 

ANNE BARNES FILES: OTHERS PQNOER =AC=3 
3ja>iES TO FaC'JS ON NEEDS OF S'ECUl POPULATION 
RFalTCR to =ILE TODAY FCR SE.NJTF "■•"<.•. lun 

C=AtG 'LANNI'lG TQ cn_c 
F'^UR fILE FOR ELECTION IN ISTH SENATE DISTRICT 

■<al";e», -^'mt ibTH sENiTF NC"r(E=s 

ISSUES PaNGE =R?M EPA TO SCHOOL' AT ="run 
i^J^T^'FJi'^'' "gfEE'JCS SEE FUNDS SHnRTAGe 
S^'.ATE PACE XAKES ISSUE OF Taj STAND 
wANOA r*JNT, RUSSELL «AL<ER SENATE „INNERS 

CRAIGE, FR.iEST OR. (Chapfl hIlLI 
CAIGE WINS TEACHING AWARD 

CRAIGE. HAZEL (CHAPEL HILLI 
•C."aN OF IRONS 

craige, lawrence 

cpaige loses in second pound 

crain, cly^'e 

officer rescues wan fpo" =13= 

CRAIN, HAL (LONG 3EaChI 

YACHT SALE TO BENEFIT HOSPITAL 

CRAINE. STEVE 

■-f^E^J^^AYS 5WP WAY FAIL TO GET ON 'ALLOT 

LACK OF JUOGE DELAYS SwP wewb^r;, TRiiL 

WAKE DA OISNISSES CHARGES AGAINST Two SWP WE-IBERS 
CRAHCS, »(,tj NICHEL 

THIRD WESTING IS THE LUCKY 3P«? 
CRAWFR, ELLIOT w. (CHAPEL hill) 

SHROUD THEORY SPAWNS SKEPTICS 

CRANDAIL, DAVID GLENN (WEBivEl 

Y"UTH DIES IN CRASH INTO LAKE 

CRANE, CLAUDE LEON JR. 
OBITUARY 

CRANE. PHILIP (RE».I 

CRANE SAYS TAl HUE WON'T PAS=; 
GP^UP hEA'<EO 3Y HELWS, EAST TO 

CRANFOHD, a[n.Y (RANDLEWANI 

•STILL PEACHING': RA.SOLEWAN Y^UTH COPES WITH LOSS OF 3JTH 
CRANFOBD, H. c. JR. 

•"EOICINE E<hanc:ng OuRhan'S i-age 

A C0WPUT6R PRCGRAw =RRGR 

WCRF wjli. 

DURHA" ■'C OBSERVE CITY OF WEDICINE 

3LUE CROSS -AY -IKE RAT=S ^FuiLne 

LOSS WON'T AFFECT 3LJE CROSS ^ATES 

CXANFg»D. JAt-ES PRESTON JR. (WA0ES?0R01 

I KILLED. 3 INJURED IN UNION ICCIOENT 

CRANFORO. LOIS 

FOLKS ARCUNI -ERE: WITH THE H= iVENLY SET 
FOLKS iPQUNO HERE: '•he FRIENDLY CITY 

CRANFORO. WILLIAX »RS . 

3E3UTANTE 3ALL IS A FAmL» TRIDITION 

CRANFORO. WILLIAW P.USSELL ! FA YETTEV ILLE I 



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" 2 6/12/32 3 1 P N W36 



S 2 r/2«./92 A 
" 2 7/25/32 X 



H 2 10/30/92 A i L 

H 2 1/23/P2 A I N 

H 2 7/25/92 4 L 

S 2 11/30/92 C 1 N E05 

H 2 5/27/92 C 17 



S 2 10/22/92 A 7 
H 2 ll/l»/»2 C 21 
S 2 11/19/82 A 5 



H 2 8/30/82 3 7 

H 2 11/25/92 C 23 2 

H 2 9/12/82 C 2 

H 2 2/29/92 5 L 

S 2 6/08/92 B I w 

H 2 3/27/82 CIO N »5* 

H 2 3/04/92 5 5 N 



S 2 11/10/92 3 I 
H 2 11/11/92 C 10 



S 2 5/01/92 A 3 N 

H 2 5/05/92 A 11 p N W36 

S 2 5/05/92 A 7 H 

H 2 S/06/92 A F N 

S 2 5/04/92 A 5 N 

H 2 3/07/82 A 22 

H 2 b/30/32 = 5 

H 2 13/26/92 3 1 

S 2 13/2'?/92 A 5 

H 2 10/31/32 3 2 

H 2 11/03/82 3 1 



N W23 

N •■2 3 

1 '36 

N w36 
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S 2 5/12/92 C 12 N 
H 2 <,/l9/82 F I = F S56 

S 2 11/26/32 3 N 
H 2 5/10/82 BIN 
S 2 1/14/92 A 7 p N 



H 2 a/l9/»2 A 
H 2 11/20/92 A 
H 2 12/19/92 A 



H 2 1/03/92 E 2 P = 

S 2 4/13/92 A 4 L 

H 2 ll/2a/92 3 1 N 

H 2 12/31/92 C 6 



H 2 3/14/02 3 1 = N 551 
H 2 3/29/92 3 12 N 



H 2 S/15/92 = 4 N 

" 2 1/29/92 A 10= J24 

M 2 3/19/92 A = L 

H 2 4/C6/92 A 4 = 

S 2 5/22/92 A 3 P N 

S 2 7/l4/aj A 1 N SB'" 

M 2 3/25/92 A 4 L 

H 2 11/10/92 A 12 N 



H 2 4/10/92 2 1 u 
H 2 4/27/92 C ITU 



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P DATE C PG L P ^VL 

H 2 8/30/82 A P N 
POLICE STILL PUZZLED ABOUT OES TH IN -lARCH 

rSANSTON. ALAN (SENATOR! , 5 2 3/16/82 C 3 N 

^CPANSTON TO SPEAK IN ASHEVILLE H 2 10/21/32 B 2 P N 

CPANSTON PLANS SPEECH FP IDAY S 2 10/21/92 C 3 N 

CPANSTON MILL SPEAK AT DUKE H 2 10/23/32 CI N A54 

"a-ISTON: iviPT -AR BY TALKIE rnnPFPATE S 2 10/23/82 A 11 N 
C'ANSTQN SAYS SOVIETS, U.S. WJ ST COOPERATE 

""*^|jNif"sfAScf ZnO REEOR-ATION ' ' '"'"' ^ ' ' 

"'^"oEacSn^^OKING for NE« 3U.L0ING .BRICKS' ^ ^ ^"'-''' ' ^ " ^ '" 

""'^RUNGLE HOSPICE HELPS PATIENT ANO EAMILY FACE DEATH 5 \ |/|^/|| | \ I % ii| 

VOLUNTEERS: -EXAMPLES QF WHAT ALL CAN BE H 2 <,/23/»2 D 2 p F H<,5 
THESE KEY VOLUNTEERS -SHARE A COM-«ITMENT- 

rsAMFORO. ALLEN H 2 1/13/82 BSD 
3BITUARY 

rRAHFOnO. -^AISY ISALISBURYI „^_._ ^,,, , „, c H 2 7/0')/82 A 13 N 
F3I INTEBVIFW IS REPORTED BEFORE KILLINGS 

CRAWFORD. FRANK ICARYl H 2 7/26/82 A J " »] ^^l 

?-.5^^V!gAlgp^'B^I.&'5iSeE OF PLANE CRASH THAT KILLED 3 S 2 7 26/|2 A 1 N 

SAFFTYPOARO OFFICER PROBING 'LANE CRASH 5 j 7/27/82 B 1 N 605 
lUTOPSY REVEALS CRASH DEATH CAUSE 

rpAyFORO. JAMES w. JP. (OXFORD) S 2 5/05/32 i 1 " .. 

^ Sarin PLANS conference to-ORRDH h l 5/08/32 C l N J58 
22NI3 HOOSF DISTRICT FIELD GROHS TO FIVE 

"'-^S3giA5t|^SoiS'^kSS2??ifi?' " ' ""'''' ' ' ' 

-"-"/AS-SuJfeiN!,?^?' AFTER FIRING AT DEPUTIES " ' ''''"' ' ' ' ''" 

CRA,<FORO. "YPA (ORANGE CO.l H 2 1/06/82 All N 

TWO FILE IN 3PANGE RACE S 2 1/06/32 A 3 N 

CRAWFORD ENTERS SCHOOL 'ACE ,„ ^^„„ H 2 l/21/°2 3 5 N 

Sf^HOOL BOARD -E-BER SEEKS ANOTHER TERM H 2 6/27/82 D ^ N W36 

CENTRAL OFFICE STAF= SIZE KEY ISSUE IN RACE „ 2 6/30/32 B 5 N W36 

S;r?idSci;°ANS S!l';:Er"w?n%^SI1 on education BOARD | | ,f,\%ll J I 'n 

Se^AN PRAISES LEaEeR OF ORANGE COUNTY CLUB ' 2 IJ/^g^g^ ^ ^ ^ 
IRS. CRAWFORD RECEIVES PRAISE FRO" THE PR65IUtNl 

CRFASMAN. WILLIAM T. DR. S 2 10/13/82 C ' N 
CREASMAN GETS PROFESSORSHIP 

CRFECH. FLORENCE MUMFORD ICMAPEL HlLLl H 2 6/26/82 C 5 
OPITUARY 

CRFFCH. JOHN MELBOURNE JR. ( F AYETTE V I LLE 1 ; J 2/10/92 C 7 N 
REGARDS OFFERED 

CRFECH, KATIE "ERRITT 5 2 12/15/32 C l p P R91 
30RN 100 YEJR5 AGO 

TREECh. NELLIE GAY S 2 6/07/82 8 6 9 
OBITUARY 

ruFECH. WILLIAM A. (SENATOR I S 2 1/26/32 B 6 N 

-'*'"= •raEF(:H FILES FOR JUDGESHIP .„„ = .,. H 2 7/01/32 A 6 N 
TWO RUNOFFS POSSIBLE FOR COURT QF APPEALS 

CRFECH. ZENOA PRINCE (RALEIGHI ,,.tu h 2 6/24/32 B 6 N 
WO-AN GETS PRISON TERM IN MAN'S DEATH 

"'''Ihu'lill'i TURNOUT IN EAST EXAMINED " ' ''''''' « '^ " 

r,EED.^RC|ERT^^ CONTEMPT FOR PUBLIC HEALTH " ' ^^°'^« ' ' ^ 

'■RFHINS. EDB»Y „ H 2 1/31/92 B 12 P N 

•'*"c'l»I'IS SCHEDULED AT SPORTS CLUB H 2 2/23/32 8 A N 

Coi-INS ALL THUMBS ON REC'U I TI NG TR IP „ 2 3/OA/B2 D 3 F 

TFCH'S^TEPPE GIVES CpE"INS CREDIT „„,^,„. ; 2 3/05/32 1 P P 

}„ruPPFR CRUST. ..SECOND DIVISION HOPEFULS H 2 11/17/32 A N 
JACKETS MAKE STEADY GAINS IN (UMBERS, SIZE, TALENT 

CRF.NSHAW, PEN S 2 4/02/32 B 3 N 
tK.NiH.^.^^c^ HJP55 HIS SLUMP OVER 

CRENSHA,. CHRIS , , ,,^, , „,,.,,„ 5 2 6/10/32 E 1 P U D13 
CRENSHAW: COQNEY PACKS TITLE PUNCH 

CRESSJFLL, ANN K. (RALEIGHI H 2 6/03/52 A A L 
CHILD ABUSE TAKES HEAVY TOLL 

CREWS, ALFRED (WAKE FOOESTI H 1 1/23/82 3 1 N 
SENTENCE GIVEN IN ROBBERY 



-'"=-^:A,c|if I.'CRE-S FOR JUDGE N.C. COURT OF APPEALS ^J ] Y^V.^ ^a ^6 ° N 

TWO RUNOFFS POSSIBLE FQR COURT OF APPEALS 

'"RFwS, LONZO JR. ,,^^ H 2 6/10/92 A 6 N 

6 INMiTFS INDICTED ON TAX CHARGES 

CRIBP. J. HAROLD (COLUMBUS CO.l __ , .„_, H 2 9/l<)/32 A 1 p N 

STATE LEGISLATOR DENIES COLCOR CHARGE „ | 11/19/92 A 6 N 

3 COLCOP DEFENDANTS SENTENCED 

"■^''^.li^rr'A^lff GET SUPPORT FROM FATHER " ' ''"'" ' ' " 

-"""opiTSir* "• "h I WAVAl I I 

3»ITU*RY 

"'^^^fA^rE-PTY again: criner tells PACK NO " ' '"'''-' ' ' '' 

"'^"laLnhoSer sparks severe house fire J; \ ^^io/BZ A A L 

FIRF VICTIM NOT AT FAULT H 2 5/l'5/«2 C 5 N 

L KELY FIRE CAUSE FOUND S 2 5/l=>/32 A 9 N 

GAS FUMES SAID CAUSE OF FIRE 

CRIST, JAMES 



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'SCARLET LETTER' 



CRITZ, SUSAN LEE CROWNS SUM-ITI 

FIVE CIE IN N.C. TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 

CROCKETT. ALEX 

GERMANY AND US: QUEST FOR ANSWERS 

3EaLIN: A FASCINATING LADY «ITrt A 

EAST <(ERLIN: EEPIE FEELINGS 

GERMANS LIKE AMERICA - 3UT YOUNG ARE CRITICAL 

MOST GERMANS FAI/OR U.S. PRESENCE 

OOUFLE STANDARD APPLIED TO U.S. 

•NATO FORCES WOULD FIGHT..." 

GERMANY'S 'ECONOMIC MIRACLE': TIME CAUGHT UP 

NOTES FROM A GERMAN TOUR 

CROHARTIE. CLINTON 

DURHAM MAN GETS LEG BURNS IN VAN FIRE 

CRCNCE. JEAN SMITH 
OBI''UARY 

CROOK, FRANCES UHITE (CHAPEL HILLi 
OBITUARY 

CROQKSHANKSf OESSIE R. 
OBITUARY 

CROSBY. JQESPH WARREN (GOLDSSOROI 

TWO KILLED, SIX INJURED IN SHOOTINGS 

CROSS, DARBELL 

YOUTH DIES OF WOUND 

CROSS, OEwEY T. (LEXINGTON) 

SIX FOUND GUILTY OF GAMBLING :hARGES 

CROSS, MIKF 

C»OSS WEDS 

CROSS, THOMAS DURYL JR. 

SOUTHERN PUPIL. 16, SUCCUMBS 

GROUSE, PANOY CLIFFORD (ALLEGHANY CO.) 
2 MORE FACE ORUG CHARGES 

CROWOEO, A. C. (HILLSaOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

CROWOEO, OTIS (CHARLOTTE) 

FIRM, TWO MEN INDICTED ON BIO-RIGGING CHARGES 

CRCWOER, SAMUEL (SHELBY) 

BOY SAVES CHOKING CLASSMATE 

CROWE, EDWARD 

UNC MAY REVIEW BULLETIN REVISIONS 
UNC INTERVENES IN CENTRAL CATILOG 

CRDM, TENNY 

■MUTUAL ADMIRATION VIA THE PHO*) E 

LEWIS ACCEPTS ADVICE - NEEDS SOME APPLICATION 

CRUM, TICK 

AT RANDOM 

CRUM GETS NEW CONTRACT 

AT "ANDOH 

UNC EXTENDS C'UM'S CONTRACT 

AT OANDOM 

HM?'i,9?^"r'^?^^J°"5 DESPITE VETERAN SOUAO 

Ht^f:?'U= ^^* HEELS PLAYING FOR HIGH STAKES IN OPENER 

UNC'S LONG run: CRUM SAYS IT TAKES TIME FOR VALUE OF RFCRIjrT^ 

?irn^'r.A5.?^4 '^S'^E '^"'ST' ^°"" ciROLINA'S CrSm^FEELS 
Jf-^O'^t''^'''^'^, ALA8AMAS, NEBR4SKAS, UNCS.. ETC. 

|*''f''JP^!'^E HORTON'S ONLY DEFICIENCY AT TB 
C'UM SEEKS ANGLES TO INSPIRE HEELS 
HEELS TO FACE ANOTHER PASSER 
2.0 FLUNKING OUT 
CRU" DEVIATES 

l^^?,ln^\Ul7llr,'s"'''''' °" -O'-'UPTION 

CBUM SETTLES UNC OB 'PROBLEM' 

UNC'S CPUM TAKES TERPS' WIN IN STRIDE 

HEELS HOPING HISTORY WILL REPEAT 

UNC: JUST ANOTHER GOOD TEAM'' 

0». CRUM'S SUPTLE HINT: PLAY WELL, OR STAY HOME 

TAR HEELS MUST EARN BOWL 910 

CRU": YES ON WILSON. KIFFIN 

CUM SEES DUKE, NOT SUN 

CBU" OATTI.NG 1.000 VS. MFFIN, WILSON 

?3S'M:^ft,Sf SJ?aJ^SI^tIS''" "''''• "^"^"^ 

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TEXAS OUT TO SPOIL CRUM'S RECORD 

TAR HEELS, CRUM FIND THERE'S SILVER LININ 

HEELS' WIN EXTENDS CRUM'S STREAK 

CHUM'S " AGIC 

CRUMOLISS, KAREN 

!1I9t*,J'^"'^°'- '^'" "^LP HANDICAPPED YOUTH 
OPINION UNCHANGED 

CRUMP, KENNETH GRAHAM (HICKORY) 

UNC-G STUDENT FALLS TO DEATH 

CRUMPTON. JOHN C. JR. 

DECISION CLEARS PARENTS OF LIABILITY FOR ASSAULT 

CRUSE, C. L. "PETE- 
DUKE POWER EXPANDS SAVINGS PRTGRAMS 
PETE CRUSE GETS NEW JOB 
CRUSE GETS NEW POST w I TH DUKE POWER CO. 

CRUTChFIELO, CURTIS J. 

CAUSBY ANTICIPATES SHIFT TO LICAL SCHOOL BOARDS 
CUDDY, DENNIS L. 

FFTUS-USE reports: THE SOURCES 

TAR HEEL FAVORS 'VOLUNTARY' BUSING 

CULBRETH, BLANCHE 9. 1 H ILLS30R0UGH) 



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OaiTUARV 

'^"'•'■^tecInoJogy and people GUAPO n=- apt wseuk 
'-■"•'•^ne/coIch. hagl=r-s shift boosts for ouke lacposse 

SuIJe CaiCH A STICKLER FOR STi:*S 

rULP. ELIZABETH ». "LI9" ( BUR LI NGT? N 1 
"REGISTRATION SESSIONS SET 

CULTON. ALAN ANO CLAPK ^„„„ 
vICTI-i'S "OTIVES JERE GOOD 

CULTHN. YAMCEY G. 

THE WORST EVER 

'^"'-"oURHiM^lN' FOUND SHOT OEAO IN YARD 

?stJong\eaos' develop IN slaying 

S^^N'?:!AR^GlB'?N"s°LS'Yl'NE''ii^f =0= -FRIENO- ON NEW YEAR'S EVE 
uiMSo'SoSMlI? RECrASEO «N CHARGEO WITH -ORDER 

E^irOr?5%T|V^N'^3^0N SLAYING 
VICT1"'5 ■'QTIVES HERE GOOD 

CJ«MING. -ILLIAH^P. zu»nlN& TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

JNC WILL PRSSFNT 3 HQf'ORARY DEGREES 

ruWMINGS. r^ANTQN ?»* ANT "SONNY- ( S ANFORO I 
EX-OEPUTY CHIEF OF SANFORO POLICE 

ruNANAN. OSCAR^S.^ORj^ EOARD IS RE'/IE-ING ALLEGATIONS 

06c-*00 SLlPRE^lOERS LICENSE 
ruNNINGHAM. ?ILLJ^^jj p^^, HOSPITAL. FEELING GOOD 

'^"'""^SnMNGhI-'IeTS FESTIVAL AWARD 

^- S ?k'?"A^?E = 'Ffs¥l5i^2??H°rEiloS-'"° 

^.S§?IS'^SJi;ciMfLiS'^i^l25';S5? award presented 
OANCE FESTIVAL SALUTE 
CUNNINGHAM REHEARSES 

i^S°F!?<^?i6"uNE;§ECTlD FRO» -ER CE CUNNINGHAH 
IcRIPPS AWARD CEREMONY 'EVENTFUL' 
CUNNINGHA- TPFNS FESTIVAL OF DANCE 
JUNE HIGHLIGHT 

"^"5E^^S°I^jL^^§"i.?i^3i?SS^KLY CONDUCT 

'■-^'''1h;pI["ilL POLICE^ARiEST STUDENTS ON ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 
^^'^•j^5??N2E'Nl'AlK'lbSS'-iuN[SH- IREDELL 
CURRA,^.^JOHN^PHILP0T^ WH0SE7 

r'ifift4i*J. MAO TIN J, (hINSOAlEJ 
^•' " six APE INDICTED IN ABDUCTION CASE 
5 >,fMeEPS OF OUTLAWS CONVICTED 

-"""IuRmIsE'^SSlICE INVESTIGATING DEATH OF -AN IN APART-ENT 
AUTOPSY AWAITED 
09ITUARY 

ruRRIE. CNODO "POOH" I h ILLSacROUGHI 
OSITUARY 

^"°"'fio°tN°JA^°?R'E'°ARRESTFD 

'"""luRLING^S^l'iAN. 72. KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

ru'RIN. IRTHUR RAY (GRANVILLE CO.) 

GPANVILLE SHERIFF SEEKS RUNCF= 

GPANVLLE SHERIFF WINS PRIHARY 

GRANVILLE SHERIFF. 2 DEPUTIES SUED 

ORANVILlI SHERIFF, 2 DEPUTIES ANSWER SUIT 

'^"'"*' SCHOOL CITES PE-ANO FOR TRAINED WORKERS 
•"'"2ENSr?URil''wl[ih''-.S°S-iEING COMMISSIONER 

-"'""S5.NV?LL?'C?)3"3S3^E RENOVATIDNS STUDIED 

ruRRIN. JEAN (MRS. SAM B. IIII tOXFOOOl 
CURRIN. JtAN^ ShIrNf. 2 DEPUTIES SUEO 

GRANVILLE SHERIFF, ? DEPUTIES ANSWER SUIT 

"^"'""SjAilSaLi-HOSptrAt'-^lNSSlllCN PLANS 3EING PREPARED 

Si^hwi^iri! SiK^lNrRSoER SITS "N BED 
rilRRIN, SA-UEL THOMAS lU.S. ATTORNFYI 

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PAGE T3 
1/17/33 



CURBYi RICE SPICING TECH'S STEPS AHEAD 

CURRV, 3U00Y 

CUR'Y. TAYLOR HOPING STRIKE'S AVERTED 

CURTIS. BESSIE .^noOS 
OBITUARY 

CURTIS. CRAIG (PITTSBOROl 
FALKL«NOS HISTORY 

CURTIS. MIOSES ASHLEY 

19TH CEK'TURY lECTOR TO »E REM«=mpeREO 

CURTIS. WALTER MASON III 

UNC BOARD LOSES BID TO °AN Fl:1RI0A SCHOOL 

CURTIS. WILLIAM TSIPLETT ( MQORESVIL LE I 
NEIGHBORS HELP SAVE MAN'S LIFE 
14-YEAR-OLD MAY BE TRIED AS ADULT 

CUTTINO, JACE (CHAPEL HILL) 
HUGHES' DEEDS LAUDED 



'UNIVERSAL MOTHER' 



CUTTINO. MARIA FERRELL 

OESIGHER FASHIONS A TRIBUTE TO HIS 

CUTTS. EDWARD ODELL 
OBITUARY 

CUTTS, JUDY 

FAST START GIVES SOUTHERN VOLLEYBALL TEAM MOMENTUM 

CYRUS. JOHN 

OFFICIALS SEE A WEEK'S DELAY IN START OF TOBACCO MARKETS 
TOBACCO INDUSTRY ANXIETY SAID KEY TO PRICE SUPPORTS 

TARAZIEN. STEVEN 

DECAFFEINATED COFFEE LINKED TO CANCER 

O'ARMI, TOM 

3LUE OEVILS. BASEBALL FAR FRQm MISMATCHES 
PITCHING STAFF THE KEY FOR BLJE DEVILS 
DUKE CAN'T HOLD LEAD OVER TIGERS 



•IGNA/IO. FRED (CHAPEL HILLI 

AUTHOR TOOK A TRIP INTO WONOE' LAND 



AND STAYED 



OAPEP. THAD 

THREE ACC CLU">S, OABER CONTENOING AFTER FIRST ROUND 

COLLEGE KIDS: DUKE. STATE. CAMPBELL ALL TIED UP 

STONE'S ROARING BACK AFTER U-YEAR ABSENCE 

DABEH CHAMBER wINMER 

OABER TURNING PRO 

DABER WIELDING "EAN TELEPHONE 

OAFT. PAULA 

VOLUNTEERS: 'EXAMPLES OF WHAT ALL CAN BE' 
SELFLESS: SHE DONATES TIME TO PLAY THERAPY 

OAGENHART, JOHN ANC ELLEN 

OAGENHARTS APPOINTED TO LEAD 



UNO CAMPAIGN 



DAGENHART, JOHN 3. 

MISLED BY THE MISGUIDED 

OLD CAMPAIGN SIGNS SHOULD BE REMOVED 

TAHIR, GHASSAN Z, 

STUDENT GETS ORISON TERM 
MAN SENTENCED IN ASSAULTS 

TAIL. UNWOOO 

OFFICIAL OF UTILITY SAYS "ORS PLANTS WILL BE NEEDED 

OAILEY. ANNI5 

TRUANCY CASE DRAWS CONVICTION 

"AILEY. JOHN C. JR. 

FOLKS AROUND ''E'E 

OAILEY. MAOK 

VINTAGE STORE BUILDING IS NOW A COZY HOME 

"AILEY. -tCHAEL RAY 

'GOOD SAMARITANS' ROB MAN OF 5 90 
SnaBINS FACES MORE CHARGES 
ROBPINS SERVED J WARRANTS 
OONNIF RDPaiNS GIVEN 3 MORE Y^ARS 

HAILY, TOM 

DAILY TRADES SEAT IN DUGOUT FT R IMPORTANT ROLE BEHIND PLATE 
OAL CANTON. BRUCE 

i!?CHr^G'?6Mi''Fi^r'°'' ''-"' '"'■'■^' """'-^"^ 

DAL CANTON NOMINATED FOR HALL OF FAME: SHIPANOFF SETS MARK 

lALE. WILLIAM (CHAPEL HILLI 

WHY CARE ABOUT THE MIDDLE EAST? 

'^PS'-?,!*^'''- '-*'^° °'^ HARDSHIPS AND DISCORDS 

ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT INEVITA3L= 

A LOOK AT ISRAEL'S ENEMIES 

OUR MIDDLE EAST CONNECTION 

WRONG WAY TO PEACE IN MIDEAST 

ARAB STATES MUST RECOGNIZE ISRAEL 

OALEHITE, w. M. (JACKSON. MISS.l 
IN SEARCH OF A GRAVE 

OALEY, CHAUNCEY R. (KENTUCKY) 

PREACHERS TOLD: WEAR HOLINESS. NOT CHARTREUSE 
TALKE. TIMOTHY (CHERRY POINTl 

MAN KILLED SIDING BULL AFTER 5 ODEO 

OALLOORF. JOANNA OR. 

WHEN "EHAVIOR DOESN'T ADO UP 

1ALRYMPLE. CALVIN HICKS "BUCK" 
OBITUARY 

OALTDN. ALLISON (CLEMSON UNIV.) 

THE PROBLEM WITH CLEMSON'S TRADEMARK 

DALTON. FRANKLIN PALMER 

DOCTOR ARRESTED ON WEAPONS. DRUG CHARGES 



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S 2 3/05/92 2 P G R66 
S 2 './22/B2 8 1 N F25 



S 2 3/12/82 3 1 P F JD6 



H 2 5/27/82 D I N PD7 

S 2 7/08/92 e 1 P U F25 

H 2 7/09/92 C 1 P F C52 

S 2 9/23/82 BAN 

H 2 9/26/92 3 ID N P07 

H 2 10/2A/92 3 11 N 007 



H 2 */2l/92 8 1 P N H45 
H 2 <,/27/82 B 1 P F 



S 2 10/28/82 3 



H 2 5/05/92 A 
S 2 11/16/92 A 



H 2 3/16/92 A 8 
S 2 3/16/92 a 10 



N 



H 2 2/08/92 A 8 N 

S 2 2/04/92 C 1 N DOS 

H 2 3/03/92 B I U 

H 2 5/07/82 8 2 P F 

w 2 1/11/82 A 10 N 

S 2 1/19/02 A 5 N 

H 2 1/20/92 A 9 N 

H 2 6/12/92 3 1 N 951 

H 2 5/21/32 CI N M71 

S 2 5/04/92 8 2 F 066 

H 2 5/05/92 C 1 o F .,71 

H 2 8/22/92 B 7 N M7 1 

K 



H 2 3/22/92 A 

H 2 3/23/92 A 

H 2 3/24/82 A 

H 2 3/25/i'2 A 

H 2 3/26/82 A 

H 2 4/01/°2 A 

H 2 4/02/92 A 



H 2 12/J2/82 A 5 L 

H 2 1/09/O2 A 9 N 

H 2 7/06/92 A 9 N 

H 2 3/01/92 E lop njn 

H 2 12/01/92 a 10 

H 2 3/07/32 B 2 T F M71 

H 2 12/29/32 1 N 



«ONTHLr/A 



DUiSHA" OOCTHR FICES DRUG CHARGES 

OALTON. JI"HIE RANOY ( LIlCOUNTaN I 
HAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

kaTHERINA or. (LONDON, ENGLANOI 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



PAGE ■"• 
1/17/83 



OALTON. KATHERINA OR. I LONDON. ,tNU^ amui ,-rTr.clc 

PIONE=R IN PIS TREATMENT TO GIVE PUBLIC LECTURE 



lALTHN. "AP OOXIE LOCKLSAR 
JBITUARr 



WALTON. TO' 



3AG tagging: IULL OURHAC PQUC^ES "EANT WORK FOR MANY 

1ALY. GERAOD F. (<al=IGH) 
HAN K.ILLED ON FREEWAY 
OFFICERS PROBING WRECK 

OAMEPON, LONNIE THOMAS JR. 
OBITUARY 

''"'"'M°DOLl''lcHOaL ATTENDANCE "LAN GETS FIRST OK 
CITY SCHOOLS -IIRE INFORMATION AIDE 

XlL-aJeriCA JUDGES LIKE CITY'S ACTIVITIES, ^ 

riTY SCHOOLS WILL INVITE VOTE'S TO TOUR SCHOOLS 

VOTFRS TO BE OFFERED TOURS OF CITY SCHOOLS ON NOV. 2 

I LOVF YOU. E.T. 

VOTFRS TOUR CITY SCHOOLS 

CITY SCHOOLS PLAN OPINION SURVEY 

PPOJECT TO PROMOTE SCHOOLS OPENS 

PARENT-TEACHER -EETS SUCCESSFUL 

SEMINAR ATTPACTS DURHAM BUSINESSES 

DANIEL. CLIFTON 

S^JOUPNAUSTS named to UNC HALL OF FAME 
JOURNALISM HALL OF FAME TAPS 3 

OANICL, FRANK WAYNE 

SUSPECT TAKF^^ IN BANK HOLDUP 

dANK HOLDUP CHARGE LOOMS 

BANK HEIST SUSPECT CHARGED ,„^,- 

BONO SET FOR DURHAM BANK S09BFRY SUSPECT 

DANIEL, JOHN E. ii!*5"i*'$i;o^s °;£;L 

ANDERSON 'UNFAIR' TO EPA CHIEF 

HANIELEY. EARL lELON COLLEGE) 

ENDOWED PROFESSORSHIP AWARDED 

DANIELS. CHARLIE 

CHARLIE DANIELS: 

DANIELS. HAROLD , ,,, 

Sy^nl- ^SMA^^^RRrSTiS^FCR SHOOTING NEIGHBOR 

DANIELS. ^JOS|PHUS^^^^ BEEN SECRETARY OF NAVY 

DANIELS. MELVIN (SENATOR! 

COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT OEFENOEO 

DANIELS. WALTER ?. 

OAl!lIELS HEADS TASK FORCE ON SOLAR LAW 

DANIELS. WILLIE "AE 
QPITUARY 

DANIELSON.^LEON^F.^ LAND REMAINS A GOOD HEDGE 
''"'''cHAPEL'H?LL"GiouP SEEKING TO >EVIVE THE COFFEEHOUSE 
'^""""pLA°iE°w°ITh'^2alF ton of pot captured at MANTEO AIRPORT 

DARC". DOUGLAS (WAKE C0.> 

DAIRY-AN: keep PECULATION 

DAPCIE. CHARLES 



TOPICAL BALLADEER 



NOORSE-'ENI SWITCH FULLY SUPPORTED 

OAPOEN. "AOY T. 
OBITUARY 

-lAPK. HE08ERT 

CUTS IN STUDENT AID -OULO HURT 

OAPKIS. FREDERICK RANDOLPH DR. 
EK-LIGGETT OFFICIAL DIES 
OARKIS. RETIRED LCM RESEARCHER 

DARNELL. IDA CARVER 

THEY RAISE PLANTS AT METHODIST HQME 



DAPNELLi 
3 ■ 



.C. MURDER APPEALS NOT HEARD 



oarnofall. michael 

<..000 lives taken daily 

right-to-lifsrs look to emotional appeals 

how much longer' ,,,,.., 

guest": unwanted at 'pro-choice' meeting 

lfague *iot racist 

jar against the 'unwanted' "us t stop 

pro-liff arojme'it rebutted 

dishonest excuses for killing 3s8ies 

darrow. clarence 

clarence daprow 

SUn'spOPIS FOITOR wins IST-PLACE PRESS AWARD 
FOUR GET PRESS AWARDS „ . ,„^ ... 

DASCEN20 ON SPORTS IN THE SUN - 'OU'LL LIKE I T '. 
DEFENSE OF BJBBY KNIGHT NOT CONVINCING 

OAUGHERTYj^|RAD j^.staTE HARVEST 

HUNTEP. OAUGHERTY CENTE" STAG" IN CAPITAL CLASSIC 

^''"'"irn''r'»lYo'i^\UriU RECORD CLFARED 



N F 
P D 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



DATE 
S 2 12/2<'/B2 C 13 N 

S 2 3/22/82 C 1 N 

S 2 12/11/B2 A 5 N 

H 2 ll/12/»2 C (> 

H 2 1/10/B2 C 1 R U L5T 



H 2 8/17/82 C 
S 2 a/17/82 3 



H 2 9/30/82 D 



H 2 3/09/92 B 1 N W2A 

S 2 3/09/92 C 1 " N 

S 2 a/17/32 A 1 N K90 

H 2 10/20/82 B 5 P N 

S 2 10/20/92 A 5 N E05 

S 2 10/30/92 A lA P P T37 

S 2 11/04/82 C I P N FOB 

S 2 11/D9/92 A 1 N EOS 

H 2 11/09/82 3 1 

S 2 11/09/82 A 3 

H 2 12/05/92 12 



S 2 3/31/82 C 9 
H 2 4/01/92 B 3 
H 2 4/23/82 A 2 



N 930 
N E05 



H 2 3/20/82 A 1 

S 2 3/20/82 C 1 

H 2 9/21/92 E 1 

S 2 3/21/92 A 16 



S 2 3/23/92 A 
H 1 7/23/82 3 
H 2 6/06/82 



H 2 1/27/B2 A 11 
S 2 1/27/82 C 10 



N A 54 

N F30 

N 

N 



F J50 



S 2 3/04/82 A 

H 2 1/13/82 A 9 N 

S 2 6/16/92 C 17 N 

H 2 9/02/82 C 17 

H 1 5/04/92 a 1 N 

H 2 9/24/92 A IT P F 420 

H 2 2/23/82 A 1 N 

H 2 3/26/92 A 7 P N '".SB 

H 2 3/19/92 A 4 L 

H 2 9/05/82 3 6 

H 2 6/01/82 A 5 L 



S 2 9/16/92 A IPO 
H 2 9/17/82 C ID P 



H 2 6/2D/92 E 15 P F G7B 



S 2 11/29/82 .A 



H 2 3/31/92 A 5 L 

H 2 4/11/82 DSL 

H 2 5/15/'>2 A 4 L 

H 2 7/10/62 A 4 L 

H 2 8/05/92 A 5 L 

H 2 8/29/92 C 4 L 

S 2 10/26/82 A 4 L 

H 2 10/19/32 A 4 L 



H 2 3/13/82 A 4 D E 



S 2 1/2B/B2 A 1 P ■! 

S 2 1/29/92 C 1 N 

S 2 3/04/82 C -PA 

S 2 6/25/82 A 4 L 

5 2 3/24/82 C 2 R U F25 

H 2 3/25/°2 1 N C52 



H 2 5/27/82 A 12 



M N T H L 



Y/ANNUAL rNOEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/82 



DAVENPORT, OARRELL LEE JR. £ JANET ( PAYETTEVILLE I 
MAN RESCUES 3 FROM CAR, THEN LEAVES 
MAN WHO SAVED FAMILY lOENTICIED 

DAVENPORT, ROBERT ■? . '■■lo'>" 

CIVIC CENTER COMPLEX WILL 300S T CITY 

DAVIDSON, JOHN T. 

XPCL HAS NEW CHIEF 

DAVIDSON, RO?ERT M. PEV. 

PRESBYTERIANS TO TALK PRIVATELY ASOUT REUNION 
PRESBYTERIAN LEADERS CALL FOR RE'JNION 

DAVIES, DESMOND 

TENANTS SPEA< OUT ON HOUSING 'ROBLEMS 

OAVIES, W. 0. 

DUKE PROFESSOR REVIEWS ISSUE :F JUDAISM 

DAVIS, ADA E. 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS, ALICE HARDY 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS, AMY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

MUSIC PUPIL TO PERFORM 

DAVIS, ARCHIE K. (WINSTON-SALEMI 

CHARLOTTE MAN HEADS ENDOWMENT TRUSTEES 
TAR HEEL BANKER RETURNS TO SC^OOL 

DAVIS, AURELIA CREECH 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS, S.S. 

WRITE-IN A NUISANCE 

"AVIS, 3FRTHA TAYLOR 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS, SETTE 

•YOUNG DIANA- GRACES CAMPUS IN CHARLOTTE 

DAVIS, CAROLYN BENNETT (WINSTON-SALEMI 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. CATHY (GREENSBORO) 

GUN GOES OFF; CHILD INJURED 

5-YEAR-OLO GIRL WHO WAS SHOT SAID EXPECTED TO RECOVER 

DAVIS, CHARLES ROLAND (ASHEBOROI 

MAN IS ARRESTED IN 1931 SLAYING 
MAN ACOUITTEO OF SLAYING 

DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER E. (LOUISBURG) 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN TRACTOR THEFT 

DAVIS, CHUCK 

ARTS AFPICA 

DAVIS TFAM TO LEAD COMMUNITY PROGRAM 

OAvrS SALUTES THE REINHARTS 

SURPRISE AWARD 

THEATER TRANSLATES RITES IN CHUCK DAVIS DANCES 

CHUCK DAVIS, PIED PIPER OF THE DANCE FESTIVAL 

CHUCK OAVIS RETURNS 

7TH-GRA0ERS ENJOY ARTS AFRICA THIS WEEK 

OAVIS DIRECTS 

COUNCIL WINS ARTS AWARDS 

DAVIS, CLARENCE P. DR. 

3 UNC PROFESSORS RECEIVE PROMOTIONS 

■■AVIS, DAN OTIS 

NCCU PROF AWARDED ONE CENT IN LIBEL SUIT 

DAVIS, DANNY 

CLAIMS TO FAME 

DAVIS, DAVID THOMAS (SNOW CAMPl 

TRACTHR CRUSHES ALAMANCE MAN 

DAVIS, DEMPSEY (WARREN COUNTY! 

72-YEAR-OLO MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

DAVIS, DERRICK 

MAN ROBBED DOWNTOWN 

DAVIS, DOUG (ALAM4NCE CO.) 

UQ^E TO OUST CETA HEAD IN ALAMANCE COUNTY FAILS 
DISPUTED ALAMANCE FUNDS ARE REDUCED 

DAVIS, E. 

CLOSE TO THE PRESIDENT 

DAVIS, EDDIE 

nnDli!u''9y'JJu = S?°'',^'"'-C'fS ZND DISTRICT RUN-OFF 
DURHAM TEACHERS WILL SEEK PAY RESTORATION 

DAVIS, EDWIN ALLEN (WARRENTDN) 

CRASH KILLS MAN IN VANCE COUNTY 

'*'"'l,£'-ilf^f'' '-^^ -">• ICHAPEL HILL) 
MAN FACES 2 ASSAULT CHARGES 
MAN FACES Z CHARGES OF ASSAULT 

DAVIS, FOANK 

WORTHWHILE PROJFCT 

GREAT STRIDES FDR YOUTH TRACK 

DURHAM TRACK TEAM HOP^S TO MA<E FINANCIAl STRInFS 

DURHAM TRACK CLUB GETS MONEY =0R TrIp ^ STRIDES 

DAVIS. GEORGE D. 

BOUNTIFUL GARDEN 

DAVIS, HARRY 

MORTGAGE RATES may 3E LOWERED TO 1 3t 

DAVIS, HENRY 

3<.-YEAR-0LD HIT. ROBBED ALONG ROAD 
84-YEAR-aLD MAN HIT, ROBBED 

DAVIS. JAMES CLARENCE IWHITEVILLEI 
CHATHAM PRINCIPAL NAMED 



14 A H E S 




PAGE 75 
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N E 
P 


DATE C 


I T 

L Y 

PG L P 9YL 


H J 
H 2 


5/U/32 A 
5/15/32 A 


=) N 
3 N 



S 2 6/2<./82 A 4 L 
H 2 3/21/82 A 3 P N 



H 2 5/26/92 e 
H 2 5/27/82 S 



N A20 
N A2D 



S 2 9/2")/l>2 C 1 N <;90 

H 2 9/08/32 D 3 P R J2D 

H 2 1/24/82 C 2 

H 2 9/14/32 B 9 

S 2 11/22/92 A 5 N 



S 2 1/02/92 A 3 P N 

S 2 6/13/82 A 12 F J50 



H 2 9/29/82 All 
H 2 11/22/82 A 5 L 
H 2 7/25/82 C 2 
S 2 6/22/32 AON 
H 2 10/26/82 3 9 



H 2 1/20/82 CAN 
H 2 1/21/92 A 24 N 



H 1 3/12/82 S 1 
H 2 12/04/82 A 3 



H 1 4/16/82 B I 



H 2 3/06/82 A 5 P P C56 

H- 2 3/12/82 4 N 

H 2 7/14/82 B I P N 

S 2 7/14/82 8 1 P P R91 

H 2 7/16/92 ID R L34 

H 2 7/25/92 I P B W66 

S 2 11/11/92 D 12 N 

S 2 11/13/92 D 10 P N 

H 2 U/26/92 D 9 P P 

S 2 12/18/82 A 3 N E05 



S 2 10/21/92 A II 

H 2 11/06/82 A 3 

H 2 7/02/92 C 1 

H 2 10/24/92 C 2 

H 2 11/14/92 C 4 

H 2 5/29/82 C 1 



H 1 3/02/92 a 1 
H 1 3/06/82 C 1 



H 2 6/12/82 A 



H 2 4/09/32 B 1 
S 2 12/3D/82 C 1 



H 2 10/11/82 A 11 



S 2 11/24/92 C I 
H 2 11/25/82 C 14 



H 2 12/01/92 A 4 L 

H 2 6/13/82 B 2 = N C52 

S 2 7/21/92 A 1 P N EOS 

S 2 7/23/82 A 1 N E05 

H 2 9/19/82 C 3 P P 

H 2 1/05/92 A 12 N 

N 



N 


351 


F 


X07 












N 




N 
N 


H6D 
H6C 



N G53 
N EOS 



H 2 4/14/92 A 9 
S 2 4/14/82 C 3 



N 



H 1 d/04/92 a I 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
- 12/31/32 



P«GE ^6 
1/17/83 



CH4-BE5 cLECTS 0FI=ICE5S 
OPINIQN UNCHi^GEO 

C-IURT UPHOLDS DIS!<ISSAL OF SUl T 
EXAMINE WORLD'S FAi:; |5"'riJ 
DUKHAM cxHI=IT -GING ^D FAIO 

3ct?5p^T'^!L5'-N''^?: fS.'^a%,0»QTE. HEALTH CAPE 
SOnOR^DS iioilO FCR FINE HEAL'H rAIR 

I^'r^CuE'cPOsi'-CDNnNSE COVERING STATE E«PL0VEES7 

"OSIL? "ESSAGE 

CITY CF MFDICINE FLAG 

1AVIS. JAMES M. 
0?ITUARY 

OAVIS. JAMES SIMON 
OBITUARY 

""'^JuRTiP-IyFIELD -ELL KNOWN 

^*^'^il]NT''lAPS WAY SEATS *« E FILLED 

IS jECQ-MENOEOFaP FAIR-MOUSING PANEL ,„.,,, 

SEARCH fSI CITY MANAGER IS DO-N TO 3 CANDIDATES 

CITY LISTS -ANAGER FINALISTS 
1AVIS. JEFFERSON ICCNFEOERATE AMERI CAN PRESIDENT 1 

iSillSli ?g E^^iSii; =!52L^?J^^Ei''3S!?TEN 

""%ihl'mv.°.^ir^i>r, ?h°Rg^vE lost =lac< art 

°crT'Y^T,l^iP!'MiTl^C?''oIsSl.^?;iirTER SEATING ^^^ 

council TD allow DANCING IN NS IGhBORHODD DISTRICTS 

^AVIS. JOHN ICHHS =A5i(ET?ALL PLAYER! 
TALENT, INTELLIGENCE^CHHS TIGrRS 

HUNTER. OAVISNAJE. »ljL-STATE ,^^^5 f^^S EVERYONE... 

iirMitrli-Ty^olcHf ^hIJIl'^SiI^ T?GERS TOP CATS 

TAVlSt JOHN CDOIE 
aSITUARY 

■'""apiSE"uRY'?o'GET PSO SHOOTING CASE 
INDICtSenTS in =S0 SHOOTING POSSIBLE 

ISSSSVc'rIIsH^oS -I? tS^gJ^-IN PSO SHOOTING 
ICNDS FOR 2 IN PSO CASE CUT TJ $5,000 
loNDS FOR 2 LOWERED IN SHOOTING CASE 

I 
HAWIS. HEARNEY WILLIAMS 

MAN CHARGED IN POT CASE 

''""^O.JRHii"-EN TO HELP IR-Y RECRUITMENT 

^""-Jhc^oon'^^ -ino living in a winnebago awhile 
davis. laura ( winston-saleml 

.5aTHE=. 2 CHILDREN DIE IN FIR= 
3 DIE IN WINSTCN-SALEM FIRE 

"^AVIS. LAWRENCE E. IHEMDESSONl 
MAN SFRIOUSLY BORNEO 

DAVtS. LENWOOO DR. INEW JERSEY) 
DAVIS TC LECTURE AT CHURCH 

fiAvis, LISA ijohnson city, TENN.I 

rtOMAN mURT !N accident 

■■AVIS. -ARGARET NEWELL 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. MATTHEW 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. -ATTIE M. 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. MELVIN AL3EPT ISAMPSON COUNT Y 1 
wnSLO WAR I VETERAN ROa»ED 
3oRLD WAR I JeTERAn gets MONEY FOR HO-E 

MOORE (CHAPEL HILL! 



PRIGRAM HELPS PARENTS FACE FACTS 



DAVIS. MICHIE 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. MIKE 

TOuGmlOVE: 

^'^'^WHO^s'^GCT THE SPIRIT? southern: 
INGENUITY AT WORK 

sruTMFRN nuTLOOK BACK TO NORMAL 
SPARTANS' JNdEATEN MARK ON LINE 
DAVIS ENJOYS SEEING DOUBLE 

DAVIS. NAN (OHIO) 

A GIFT OF HOPE 

'""'^NUCLE^R FREEZE WOULD AID 'EACE 

■^""AoiV'^FTSlFE TO HELP OTHERS 

'"■5^rFf5F^?OBi^!E"V.S^iGED 

""■^j.^s^olJ.ri^^l ^3:iD 

^""5u3£?M'iES-Ti'SEi:P*i^SV'Ji?iu.T-ENT 









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DATE 


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H 


7 


1/20/32 


A 







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W24 


s 


7 


1/29/32 


(. 












7 


2/20/32 


A 










H 


7 


*/03/B2 


B 










H 


7 


4/20/32 


H 






^ 




<; 


7 


<./2D/""2 


r. 










H 


7 


<,/25/P2 


A 










s 


? 


5/13/32 


A 










s 


7 


5/20/32 


A 






t 




H 


7 


5/25/82 


A 










M 


? 


6/03/32 


A 












7 


9/19/32 


II 










s 


2 


10/09/32 


A 








Lb6 



i 



H 2 3/21/32 C 2 

H 2 10/29/32 C a 

H 2 5/16/32 D 4 L 

H 2 1/16/32 a 1 •' S5l 

H 2 './22/82 3 1 N S5l 

H 2 12/11/82 A 10 N 551 

H 2 12/31/32 A 1 N S5l 

S 2 <,/09/82 A 16 P U 0<.3 

S 2 5/07/82 C It U 043 

S 2 6/03/82 C 1 R ^ 522 

S 2 6/ID/32 C 1 = N K90 

H 2 0/13/32 G <• S ^„„ 

S 2 7/D6/32 5 1 ^ '■1% 

S 2 9/07/32 A3 N K90 

S 2 10/05/82 A 1 N K90 

S 2 2/13/82 A 3 P U C09 

" 2 3/W/92 3 2 = N 

H 2 3/19/32 D 1 ° = ;li 

S 2 3/13/82 3 1 

H 2 3/18/82 D 5 



H 2 9/10/32 A I 

S 2 9/n/82 A 10 

H 2 9/11/92 B 1 

S 2 9/11/82 A 13 

H 2 9/13/32 3 1 

S 2 9/13/32 A 2 



H I 7/09/32 E 1 N 
S 2 <./14/32 A 7 N 
H 2 5/23/82 E 2 ' F H45 



u 


C09 







N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


851 
351 
B51 



S 2 1/15/82 C 7 
H 2 1/16/82 A 3 



H 1 11/12/82 9 1 N 

S 2 3/02/82 A 3 N 

H 2 9/25/92 All N 

H 2 2/19/32 A 14 

H 2 10/05/82 8 3 P 

H 2 10/06/92 C 6 

H 2 4/22/82 A 20 

H 2 11/12/32 A 9 N 

H 2 12/05/82 C 9 N 

H 2 5/23/82 C 2 

H 2 11/19/92 3 2 -1 F S56 

<: 2 3/20/32 A 1 P N S09 

S 2 3/2D/32 A 4 E 

H 2 9/22/32 G 12 N 

S 2 9/15/32 D 1 o U Ca9 

S 2 10/20/92 2 P 'J C09 

S 2 ll/13/»2 A 4 E 

H 2 4/21/32 A 4 L 

H 2 4/19/32 C 1 P U L57 

H 1 9/11/32 a 1 N 

H 1 3/17/32 3 1 N 

S 2 4/14/32 A 7 N 



MONTHLY/A 



N^^UAL INDEX 
1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



PAGE 77 
1/17/93 



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tlAVIS. RUTH FORTE 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS. SAMUEL HILLIA-f "BUCK" 

OBITUARY 

lAVIS. SHARON 

HOHiH SUES IVER LOSS OF INTESTINE 

LOST INTESTINE SUBJECT OF LAUSUIT 

testimony: HANDICAP 5R0UGHT DEPRESSION 

AOOPTION ATTEMPT CAUSED DEP»ESSION 

JOMAN TESTIFIES ABORTION LEFT HER UNABLE TO WORK 

PLAINTIFF SAYS SHE VQRKS 

ABORTION TRIAL ENDS ABRUPTLY 

APPARENT SETTLEMENT REACHED IN ABORTION CASE 

1AVIS. SHIRLEY C08B IL0UIS3URGI 
INJUSTICE IN WARREN COUNTY 

OAVIS. THADIOUS MARIE 

UNC PROFS GET AWARDS 

OAVIS. THOMAS 1120* S. ALSTON AVE. I 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS. WALTER ». (TEXASI 

STATE GIVEN 250 ACRES OF COASTAL LAND 

NUMBER I IN ENGLISHMEN . . . AND WE'RE OUT TO PROVE IT- 

UNC GOVERNORS BACK PROPOSAL 

ISLAND COMPLEX DONATED TO N.C. 

N.C. PLANS MORE MARSH SANCTUARIES 

^AVIS. WILLIAM C. (DUKE SCH. OF FORESTRY) 
". JOIN FORESTRY SCHOOL 

"lAVIS. WILLIAM LEWIS (GREENS80R0I 
<. SENTENCED FOR ROBBERY 

OAVIS. WILLIE ERVIN (GREENSBOROI 

TWO GREENSBORO DISPUTES RESULT IN MURDER CHARGES 

lAVIS. WILTON (EVERGREEN! 

BREWSTER THE ROOSTER -PULLS' SANTA'S SLEIGH 

lAVIS - GARDNER. ANGELA (RALEIGH) 

POOR ROGER GETS PUNCHED AGAIN IN WRITER'S 1ST NOVEL 

5^J,°S SAINTHOOD?: FIRST NOVEL; TOUGH SHADES OF BRONTE'S 'EYRE* 

WRITERS SHARE SECRETS OF THEIR TRADE 

DAVISON. MICHAEL ANDREW 
03ITUARY 

"AWKINS. JOHNNY 

OAWKINS COMMITS TO DUKE 

DAWKINS PICKS ELUE DEVILS 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG FOR DUKE RECRUITING 

HOME-GROWN PAIR STARS IN CAPITAL CLASSIC 

DUKE-BOUND OAWKINS KEYS O.C. STARS 

OAWKINS STANDS TALL IN (LUKE'S FUTURE 

OAWKINS HITS 22. LEADS EAST l^ FESTIVAL LOSS 

HUNTER. OAWKINS WIN FESTIVAL HONORS 

HUNTER. DAWKINS HONORED 

FPESH START WITH FROSH 

OAwKINS FIRST IN LINE FOR STAROOM 

DAWKINS ROOKIE OF WEEK 

LESSONS; DEVILS LEARNING FAST. BUT CAVS TOUGH TEST 

DUKE'S OAWKINS GETS GREEN LIGHT 

TAWKINS. MALLIE EASTER FISHER 
OBITUARY 

'^AWSON. ED 

OFFICIALS ACT TO HALT DEPOSITIONS 

OAwSON SAYS HE DIDN'T URGE KLANSMEN TO ARM 

DAWSON. GRADY REV. 
OBITUARY 

TAWSON. GRFGCRY 

lA-YEAR-OLO SHOT IN ARM 

DAWSON. JOHN W. 

EDITOR. HEAL THYSELF 

1AWS0N. ROBERT E. OR. 

ui^rr^f ?yl l;I?!l"IONS ON CE^ITURY OAKS PROJECT 
MEDICAL GROUP CITES DUKE EYE PROFESSOR 
GROUP HONORS DURHAM DOCTOR 



DAY. 



BEN (BEAUFORT. N.C.) 

STUDENTS FACE OUESTIONING IN HOSTAGE INCIDENT 



DAY. PAT 

THE WAY THINGS WERE 

DAY. R. B. (PSO LT. I 

OFFICIALS PROBED 111 COMPLAINTS AGAINST DURHAM PSOS LAST YEAR 

DAY. KOY WILSON "PAT" 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

TAYE. CHARLES 5. 

<'-,12i ?ri'„'i»'^CE DELAYS FREE NCCU LAW FORUM 

OAYE TO SPEAK AT NCCU TODAY 

NCCU LAW SCORES IMPROVE 

LAW OFAN TO 3E FOCUS OF ROAST-BRUNCH 

?S!o,'ci-"^„5'*I'5''"^'''°'^ EXPLANATION FOR DIP IN NCCU SCORES 

CHARLES DAYE AMONG FINAL ^OUR FOR NCCU CHANCELLOR 

tr?,,^f'?E°t.2li'' °'i '■'-^ '=<'' '^-CU CHANCELLORSHIP 
■iCCU LAW SCHOOL ROLL UP TO 301 

DAYE. =UGENE NICHOLAS 

2 CHARGED IN BURGLARY 

DAYE. PHILLIP (CHARLOTTE) 
MEN ARRESTED 

DAYE. TAMARA 

STUDENT ENJOYS MIDDLE SCHOOL LIFE 

DE AVALLE - ARCE. DIANE PAMp 

I'VE WANTED TO KILL MY HUSBAND FO" A LONG TIME 

HE HART. ALLEN 



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H«SK THE SOUND OF THE NATIONAL WHISTLERS' CDNVENTION 



nc«D><ON, REGINA »NN C <I NSTON-SALE "1 
INMiTE HAY 9E AOOPTEO 



TEAN« «L"ET4 

obituary 
"^'"VmJn'cSIbgeo in firing gun 

■'^'"•rillk'sFSSIONS LIKE A POKER GAME 

NANCE •Effort- hjs oemocrats in foggy fight 

NOW TCI FINISH 4 ROAO 

"EAN. jimmy (COUNTRY-WESTERN SINGED I . 

OUKF CHILDREN'S CLASSIC: INSITE CAMERON ;.YM, 

DEAN. JOHN (FORMER -HITE HOUSE COUNSEL! 
NIX ON CAMPAIGN 

'''"tJ^^oJflCERS^SCORE^RECaRD OR^^ ^BUST^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 

OE^AROELABEN. 30P 

THE WEATHERMEN 

0E2NAM. CAESAREA 0. 

STORE IMPROVED „ , 

SENIORS' COUNCIL DOESN'T ENDORSE 

HEBRUHL. CLAUDE (CANDLERl 

EX-LEGISLATOR DE3RUML DIES 

'""liaSis'-JEW i?3Ec'?0R OF NATURE CONSERVANCY 

^^"^Iwg-I^^O^!¥io'IS°^^;?5h'JP"lEEN-AGER 

TECKFR, JA'<ES RUSSELL 
OPITUARY 

lECKER. JOANNE (9AH4MAI 

CISHING IN ON SUFFERING 

DEDMDNt JEFF 

■ NEAL. DFDMON KEY DURHAM'S SHEEP 

3ULLS CONTINUE TO ROLL _ „,.,^ 
3'JLLS BACK DEDMON WITH HOMtR BARRAGE 

DE'*^MON. REGIr.'A (WINSTON-SALEM) 

PAIR SENTENCEO TO LIFE IMPRISONMENT 



» FESTIVE ATMOSPHERE 



IGARETTES 



^EFInREl PAUL IROSLYN, N.Y.I 

FOUR CHARGED IN SMUGGLING OF 

OEFOPD. FRANK 

FAR FRQ" THE MtOOING CROWD 
A CLASSIC LOOK AT THE STARS 

TEGRAFF, JALLY j, ^g , ^ , rifjjL IS WHAT THEY WANTED 

^^'^'"'f;mILy''su?PORT CUTS MOTHER'S TEPRESSION 

DEHART. ALLEN 

CHA-BFR CITES ALLEN DEHART 

DEJAOM(^N. ELVA P. , 

LAW SCHOOL NOT ON 'PROBATION' 

^'""'fw^'wOMF^'GET'Slip IN 3ATTLIN- PROPOSED ROAD 

^^'-'•'§?NT:t'£5G!?^5rsl°^uis'-|ni RIGHT Tn PRACTICE ALONE 
HYGENIST PLANS TQ REOPEN OFFICE 

"■ELANEY 



KEVIN 
SPI" IT' 



IN '^OS' SAYS 'AMERICAN SON' OELANEY 

"'^'"'"awd CHALLENGES A SOCIETY DOMINATED 3Y YOUTH. MEN 
OLDER WOMEN OET PROTECTION from 'LEAGUE' 

TELANO.^Ou|£R^^^ CHIEF HAS SEEN TH= LIGHT 

DELA'^KI. KATHLEEN 

SYMPOSIUM DINNER STAGED AT STAGVILLE 

■^ELCASTILHO. BARRY 

3US CUT FOES OUERY ISSUE'S TIMING „,,,,^-c. 

DEL C»5TILH0: HECTIC »ACE SLOWING CITY BUSINESS 

rntr cItimaTES fqb PROPOSFO CIVIC CENTER EXPECTED SOON 

PuIlK INCENTIVES FHR OCWNTOiN I N VEST-ENT S IN '31 ORAH PRAISE 

COUNTY SHHWING INTEREST IN DOWNTOWN 30N0 ISSUE 

OFL castilho speaking on PSO ,„„ ,, 

DFL CASTILHO QUESTIONS CIVIC '.ENTER TAX IMPACT 

a(iNO VOTE OATF !N JUNE P0SSI3LE 

DFL CASTILH" -JUESTIONS SHERIFF'S GUN POLICY 

GOAL "ARCH 15 FDR SPECIFICS ON CENTER, PLAN 

CIVIC CENTER STRATEGY UNVEILE3: PLAN TIES 50N0 ISSUE TO HAYTI... 

FINANCING FOR CENTER COULD "41 SE CITY TAX RATE oiF.<;Fri 

CENTER GETS TENTATIVE Ok: CIT< COUNCIL >'E"3ERS NOT FULLY PLEASED 

^^?V'Arp3S5F'f lLA'N'^5'?P°EN§'f7lD.OOD IN SOGEMONT AREA 

?!^Y^?a;iVS?R^SG^P^VR3'.:s'VS"HiL°T'?i5|TlpY CR.-ES 

FUNOS'OK'D FDR CREST STREET 

DFL CASTILHO SPEAKS ON TREE ORDINANCE 

ji^c ORDINANCE COSTS REVIEWED 

HFARING PLANNED ON 30ND ISSUE 

AFFIRMATIVE 4CTI0N CHANGE ASKED 

RIG^BFE AVE. WON'T ^E CLOSED 

CITY mZy condfmn center prope°ty for private use 

rF^F!S;Urvl'ic?\SS^5lil:^,iS'T^;!J-?.EEDS STRENGTHENING 
l-CENT DURHAM TAX HIKE 4SKED 



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OEL C4STILH0 LINKS TAX HIKEt CIVIC CENTER 

CITY REVAMP MIY 0BO(> FIRE CHI=F 

COUNCIL MEMOEos: «UOGET SEEMS OK 

PSNEL REPORT OUTLINES 45-MILLION H4YTI PLAN 

30NnS MUST PASS TO ENSURE CENTER 

PANEL: CUT riTY PAY HIKE '.O'S 

OEL CASTILHQ PROPOSES 6-YE4R CAPITAL EUOGET 

QELSY P0SSI3LE IN CENTER tax BENEFITS 

CIVIC CFNTEO STILL FACING ROA" BLOCK AS PLANS PROGRESS 

CITY COUNCIL OKS OPTIONS ON 3 SITES 

CITY M4N4GEP DEFENDS JAILER PROBE 

CITY OFFICIALS OENY DEAL WITH DETECTIVE 

DEL CASTILHO DENIES OFFER 

DEL CASTILHO SEEKS NEW J03 IN MASS. 

DEL CASTILHO'S J03 HUNT SURPRISES COUNCILMEN 

JOE HUNTING 

OEL CASTILHO AMONG ^INALISTS IN AMHERST 

AMHERST STILL CONSIDERING OEL CASTILHO 

DEL CASTILHO STILL FJ-JALIST FOR MASSACHUSETTS JOB 

CITY MAKAGED RESIGNS; HUDSON lUITS COUNCIL 

NEW CITY MANAGER. COUNCILMAN SOUGHT 

CITY COUNCIL EXPECTED TO APOIMT INTERIM MANAGER 

DURHAM HILL LOSE AN ABLE MANAGER 

THOROUGH SEARCH NEEDED 

DEL CASTILHO SAYS DURHAM MANAGER'S JOB TOO STRESSFUL 

?f!r^<^'5TILH0 ASKED TO REVIEW CITY'S POLICY ON MOONLIGHTING 

SUE A FACTOR IN AMHERST MOVE 

BEING TRUE TO HIMSELF 

STRIFE AND STRESS 

DEL CASTILHO'S LAST DAY TO BE DEC. 17 

OEL CASTILHO OECE'TION SET 

CITY NARROWS MANAGER SEARCH 

SEARCH FOR CITY MANAGER IS DOWN TO 8 CANDIDATES 

I'S? 'A BANNER YEAR' FOR DURHAM. OEL CASTILHO SAYS 

DEL CASTILHOS ARE PRAISED AT RECEPTION 

DEL CASTILHO PAINTS BLEAK ECONOMIC PICTURE 

OEL CASTILHO RIPS DURHAM FINANCES 

5lrf?'!L?^°"'''.""";5! RELATIONS COMMISSION CALLED A 'CHEAP SHOT' 

RELATIONS PANEL NEEDS SERIOUS RE-E V4LUATI ON 

DEL CASTILHO REPORT DRAWS FIRE 

LAST DAY 

COUNCILMAN'S REACTION A OISSE»VICE TQ CITIZENS 

FISCAL WOES NOTHING NEW TO DURHAM LEADERS 

DURHAM NEEDS MONEY TO AVOID TAX INCREASE 

BRIGHTER CITY MONEY PICTURE PAINTED 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

OELCASTILHO, LINDA 

FURNITURE. TOOLS TAKEN FROM VAN 
CREST ST. PLAN MAY TAKE 3 YEARS 
DEL CASTILHOS ARE PRAISED AT RECEPTION 

OELIUS. DAN 

DAN OELIUS' 



DREAM MACHINE 



DELLINGEO. DAVID 

SALVA00R4N TROOP TRAINING AT =ORT BRAGG SPARKS PROTESTS 
OELLI.MGcP, MIKE 

TWO DURHAM RESERVE OFFICERS INJURED IN WRECK 
0EL04TCHF, C. DARRELL 

HOUSING MARKET MAY IMPROVE IN DURHAM 

HOME SAVINGS LOSES mjney 

DEL04TCH RE-ELECTED TO HEAD HIME SAVINGS 

DURHAM BANKERS SAY INTEREST RATES WILL REMAIN UNSTABLE 

HOUSING BILL PLEASES BUILDERS IN DURHAM 

"ELOREAN. JOHN 

DELOREAN (CARTOON) 
DRESSING JUDICIOUSLY 

f^EMARA, FEPDINANO WALDO JR. 
PASSING PARADE 

'^EMBECK. MIKE 

CONSUMERS WILL PAY FOR DUKE POWFR ADS 

DUKE POWER CO. BEGINS tl MILLION AD CAMPAIGN 

OEMENT. WILLIAM 

ncitiff'!^' '^OU^f^' SHERIFF FILES FOK RE-ELECTION 
DEMENT ORAkS no CHALLENGER 

TE"ILD. OEBRA 

SI.'JGEP USES CLOTHING TRADEM4R< 

OENNARD. KENNY 

OENMARD SIGNS KINGS' CONTRACT 

OENNAPO TAKES FALL. OFFICIALS FELL TREE 

DE'INAPD UNDERGOES ABDOMINAL OPERATION 

A TALK WITH KENNY 

THE COMPETITOR: FORMER- BLUE DEVIL KENNY DENNARD BATTLES CANCER 
OENNINO, JOSEPH MCCRAY (JOHNSTON CO . I 

LAW DENYING DUTY TO RESCUE IS UPHELD BY APPEALS COURT 

DENNING. LEROY "BUCK- 
OBITUARY 

DENNIS. DELPHUS LEE 
OBITUARY 

OENNIS. L. C. 

NURSE, OTHERS WERE GOOD SAMARITANS 

HENNIS. ROBERT lFE 
OBITUARY 

OENNISON. ERIC JON (CHAPEL HILL) 

CAR STRIKES MAN IN CHAPEL HILL 

OENNISON. JOHN M. DR. 

INDUSTRY IS HOPING TO FIND GA' IN N.C. 
DENNY. EMERY 3. JR. 

?SSL'?SJ!^'Rp8S'°FEk IWWiT '"°''^^'" "■" *^ " 

DENNY. FLOYD W. DR. 

TALK TO HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS 

SI!^OESS?"jEciiIi°S '^fXT^^^iijRa"'^'"' *""" 
DENNV, JIM 

FROM HIE LONELINESS COMES A NEW SONG 
DENSMORE. WALT 







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liOLFPiCK LiNOS CCbiBD OENSMCe 

06NT.^x»CG^E^^ 30aKS: LE«OING CITHERS LIST >=AvaaiTES 
OENT LEAVES THEATER 
KAGGIC lENT SWAPS ThEATOES 
DENT TQ OPEN THEATc' 

OPEPATOB SAYS VARSITY WILL =!E-C1°£N SOON 
MHVie •<OLlSE 35aP£NING 
VAUSITY REiP£'"S 

f^E^^TONt HAVIC P. 

PRINT -ORE CRIME NEWS 

HEKTON. "EVNIS .'<AX 
a3ITU«RY 

OE^lTCri. JE'E"IAH A. ISENATORl 

DENTO'l STRESSES I'JITIATIVE 

"^"^"^jlNilYS^Sf fS^No'sHOTGUN SH^LS BURIED IN 2 CANDLES 

''^''*''0PP0SITI0N GROUING AGAINST NUCLEAR «R»S 

'^EPASQUALEt PRANK A. 

5 NDMINATPO TO CHAM'JER =OARO 

5 NC"IINATEO F"R 30ARD POSITIONS 

PIRG SOLICITOR ?RA»S COHBLAINT 

TFPASOUALEt SERIAL 
^'=*^°^^'^;^'=|0LICI-'GR ORAWS CQ-PLAINT 

PIRG RE-OVES WO-AN FROH LIST :f SUPPORTERS 

"'FPR. "lAILEY J» 

OERR WEIGHING POLITICAL MFS- 

^^°'''co1Ssel?rs"'to study youths- diet. SShavIOR 

'""?=: lSt§r?H0ULD UNICY PEOPLE 
RIGHT TO W0»SHIP ?E>1IED 

"TOO BAO IT WASN'T APRIL 

'^"'S5AS;-':.i'l5?!bT?i'^^ ASSAULTS. 3REAK-INS 

CLINTON MAN CHARGED IN DEATHS OF TwO GIRLS 

'^EVINE. SILLV JADE 

INMAT= STUDIES =0P -^INISTPY 

->PVI'^!E» GE^E 

VTCir^ OUFSTIONS JUSTICE SYSTEM 
=^yAR?S SAYS CASE M4N0LED SPErOlLY 
^ayfjQO oEP3»TS TQ JAIL 
S4Yf^0P BgceiVES 2N0 JAIL SENTENCE 

SISTER •! ;aN£ MARROW CURES CHILD'S DISEASE 
"^EVON, JAMES 

2 found guilty in truancy cas=s 

tevries* petfr 

dwenspy to filh reuben. reusen 

■'-"' |55?t2 peoson'"charged in oeat-i of wIlson youth 

^EWS» ^03BY 

TOUGH ACT TO follow: 309BY OEH S. 

NOT'^l'JG DULL 4B0UT DEWS 

DF.S TD 'WRITE' SUCCESS STORY IN DURHAM? 

3ULLS' »OST=R INCLUDES SG"E FAMILIAR NA-ES 

THE nEA: DEwS TO PLAT30N BULLS 

3RAVES SEND 2A TO DURHA" 

B'-aeY DFwS TiKES DEMOTION IN STRIDE ,„..,. ,„.,,,„ 
faSil'ap FACE":. EXPERIENCED GLOVES DOT BULLS' INFIELD 
CLAY SET T- mURL =ULLS' opener 

Hn«...craL...wAS it? 

CATCHING situation perplexes :'Ews 

3ULLS' lEwS SAYS TORRF CUE CREDIT FOR 3RAVES 

BULLS' VICTOaY <EFPS dews wEAMNG DIRTY LAUNDRY 

3SRING TmE ficTS about =ULLS 5ASEBALL 

^=40 THE ONE ABOUT HANK. . .? 

DF„S. THU"3INGS RARE; SOSA WALKING SOME MILES 

^ULLI'H BEGINNING A 'PLEASANT SURPRISE' IN DURHAM 

PATCHWORK BULLS TAKE THEIR LJ-PS 

TC^^ LEAVES. "^UT 3ULLS rXPLODr 

3..f',rRC =»INY NIGHT, ONE MORF STORY TO TELL 

FFUO 'ETwEEN UMPIRE. OEWS HIT" PEAK 

DF»S "AKES DRAMATIC EXIT AS BULLS WIN 

UMP GIVFS DURHAM =ITS 

DEwS GL»0 BULLS DID IT ALL BY THEMSELVES 

DF-S. SEVFN 3ULLS -.AMEO TO LEAGUE'S ALL-STAR GAME 

DF«S' EJECTION SPARKS FANS. 3JLLS' COMEBACK 

3ULLS BOUNCE 3ACK 

DFw<:, GALLAOhfr AT TD^S ON 3U':T5? 

DFwS' OUTBURST FOLLOWS 3-2 LOSS 

SIGN LANGUAGE CONFUSES FULLS 

DFWS STUMPED "Y BULLS SLUMP 

OE-S =Jf CTE"^ IS iULLS FALL AGA IN 

CAJoLi^i LEAGUE HITS DEWS -IT-i STIFF cjnE 

DFWS SHOULDERS ?LAMF =0R SLUM" INJ 3ULLS 

?^^ki;C?!vl "DJ|N^-g■'Sf'V9JoSfo'■FALLS THROUGH F3R DEWS 
SNITkpR NE» manager as dews leaving 3ULL3 
JOB SEARCHES PROMPT DELAY IN NAMING DEWS 

''^'''^5J,Es'''vIF,5'^N el SALVADOR UNACCEPTABLE , 
hEL"S RIGHT: ^ALVAOORAN LEADER A SOCIALIST 

''^^' mosII'kREPS says 3"NC SALES WILL AID ECONOMIC RECuVEpy 
CHA-BER ELECTS OFFICERS 

"'^^^"d^vELOpTnG » TOUCH FOR THE PfCHING WEDGE ,„ „.,„ 

1962 CHAMP OEZERN PLAYING IN 7 4TH HERALO-SUN TOURNEY 



NAMES 



PAGE SO 
1/17/83 



ACCEPTS ANOTHER CHALLENGE. 



DATE 
<./D2/e2 



l/D''/32 

9/16/^2 

9/1T/82 

9/17/92 

1D/31/P2 

12/14/82 

12/16/B2 



6/03/92 
3/19/92 
6/06/32 
1/23/82 



»71 
371 
W66 
371 



H 2 3/01/82 A 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



1/15/P2 B 1 
1/16/92 A 12 
6/22/''2 3 14 



6/22/°2 3 lA 
6/22/82 A 11 



H 2 1/26/82 A 



H 1 12/31/F2 3 



H 2 lD/26/82 A 5 
H 2 12/30/92 A A 



H 2 10/28/82 A 5 



2 2/10/82 C 



H 2 './lA/82 A 



" 2 5/08/82 A 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



3/17/82 
3/18/82 
3/20/82 
3/20/82 



1 

1 
1 

lA 



N 351 
N 951 
N 351 
N 



H 2 U/OA/92 3 1 P F ^30 

S 2 3/01/52 C 1 N DOS 

H 2 11/18/92 A IP P N 

M 2 11/29/82 A 8 N 



H 2 


2/05/82 C 


1 P 


F MTl 


S 2 


2/05/92 D 


1 P 


U R66 


S 2 


2/09/82 


<: p 


F R66 


H 2 


3/31/'"2 a 


3 


N -7 1 


S 2 


3/31/82 D 


1 P 


U R66 


S 2 


3/31/82 D 


1 P 


N R66 


S 2 


'./D5/P2 D 


3 P 


U R66 


H 2 


<,/07/82 C 


1 


G M71 


S 2 


*/09/82 3 


I P 


F R66 


S 2 


<./10/'"2 A 


8 P 


U 9 66 


S 2 


<./13/92 D 


1 P 


F R66 


H 2 


<./25/92 3 


A 


N M7, 


H 2 


5/02/92 3 


1 


N MTl 


H 2 


5/03/A2 3 


1 


U S36 


H 2 


5/09/82 3 


7 


N M71 


H 2 


5/16/A2 9 


11 


N M71 


H 2 


5/13/92 C 


1 


U M71 


S 2 


5/18/92 B 


1 


N 366 


S 2 


5/22/82 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


5/29/82 


1 


U R66 


H ■? 


5/2=/92 D 


1 


N "71 


S 2 


5/29/32 A 


a 


N R66 


S 2 


5/29/82 A 


8 


N R66 


S 2 


6/16/82 a 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/20/82 S 


5 


N 


H 2 


6/25/82 C 


1 


N M71 


S 2 


6/25/82 D 


3 


N 


S 2 


7/26/82 


8 P 


•1 R66 


H ? 


7/2»/92 C 


1 


N M71 


S 2 


7/29/82 S 


2 


N R66 


S 2 


7/3''/32 D 


I 


N 966 


S 2 


a/Q3/A2 E 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/0''/82 5 


? 


N M71 


H 2 


3/21/92 3 


2 


N <7l 


S 2 


9/01/"2 = 






H 3 


9/05/82 3 


e 


N M71 


H 2 


ll/19/n2 C 


1 


N <71 


H 2 


11/23/92 B 


8 


M M71 


H 2 


3/D9/92 A 


4 


L 


" 2 


4/03/92 A 


A 


L 


H 2 


1/19/92 e 


1 9 


N =78 


S 2 


1/29/02 C 


1 P 


N 


H y 


6/29/»2 3 


1 O 


G R91 


H 2 


7/06/82 B 


3 


N 'A3 



Haooi 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/62 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



BY NAMES 



PAGE 61 
l/lT/83 



OEZEKN. XAMIE HICKS 
OeiTulRY 
OBITUARY 

5IAM0N0, NEIL 

QIAMONO TO SING IM '.REENSBO'^O 
niAHONT, OAVIO {"EP.I 

PANEL REJECTS N.C. 93TTLE BILL 

'!IJNA, POpiCESS OF JAL^S 

JIRMTM, LOVE COUNT MOST 
GIFTS FOR 3A3Y (CARTGONI 
PAVING ITS HAY 

OIPaEJT, DOUGLAS S. (WASHINGTON, O.C.J 
CAFETERIA CHANGES PUT OFF 

OIBONAi JOSEPH 

MEDICINE SLOGAN LEAVES SQXE PEOPLE SICK 

DICCONSON, 0. H. E. 

.MARIJUANA CONCE'N 

THIS OOG HEALTHY, HAPPY, WELL TENDED 

DICKENS, FPANKIE 

3ACK ON "HOME, TURF 

OICKENS, MtSSIE (CHAPEL HILL) 

INSTRUCTOR AT ART GUILD GETS JATERCOLOR PRIZE 

OICKERSON, FLETCHER LEE 

ESCAPEE TURNS HIMSELF IN 

ESCAPEE SURRENDERS TO SHERIFF'S DEPUTIE' 

TWO DURHAM MEN ESCAPE PRISON "c-"""!;- 

OICKERSON, GERALD "BUCK" 

IT MAS CASUAL DATE, 3UT NOT FOR LONG 

OICKERSON, MICHAEL T. 

UNC SHOULDN'T GO TO BOWL 

DICKINSON, PAT 

COUPLE TREATS OLD HOMES WITH CARE 

OICKINSOM, TODO 

DURHAM COUPLE HAVE PLANS FOP 1909 PEANUT MILL 

OICKSON, J. E. 

U=9AN MINISTRIES PROJECT DESERVES SUPPORT 
OICKSON, Jin 

THEY SAID WHAT? 

OICKSON, MARK 

DUKE LOOKS FOR ACC CAP ON YEAR 

OIEHL, AL 

S'^UL CITY LAND 9I0S TO 9E OPENED TUESDAY 
OfENER, MARY 

FORMING GPOUP WOULD HELP 3USINESSMEN 

DE94TF PN ACCESS TO CURRITUCK 3EACHES HEATS UP 

DURHAM WOMEN GET NATIONAL RECOGNITION IN -92 

OIGGS, ADRIENNE 

HE'S CERTAIN HER LOVE IS STRONG 

OIGIULIO, RICHARD T. DR. 

<. JOIN FORESTRY SCHOOL 

OILHHFF, SERGE A. (CHAPEL HILLI 

WOMAN SEEKS 1200,000 IN LAWSUIT 

OILLARO, BENJAMIN RIVERS 
ACCIDENT HURTS 2 

OILLARD, JOHN BOYD 

ALCOHOL CITED IN NATALITIES 

''"-l-»«g' NITA "AE ASHLEY CALEIGHI 
Jn I TUARY 
OPITUARY 

OILLEHAY, ROBERT L. JR. 
OBITUARY 

DILLON, LINDA DR. ( NC SU I 

VnCATIOMAL TEACHER SHORTAGE HITTING CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS 
OIMMICK, LINDA 

LINDA DIH-ICK BAKES ALL DAY LONG THURSDAY 
OINAPOLI, RAPHAEL J. DR 

NCCU »OARO CHAIRMAN NAMED SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL BANK 
DIVGFELOER. JAMES OR. 

tUt't.',L''I°-5'^ 'TEST-TUBE' EFFORTS FAIL 

lUVilTj'r nils' i'.'ird"il,''.^l "'" '""- '^"^ ''°"^" 
^'"^\^i£^gFFl2?3IN^A3F,^EgSg^b,SJ^^isT 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 
OINKIN', WILLUM FREDERICK 

}-^i-r°i^^'^^'^^ SCHRE RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST TF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

OIWSMOPE. "AHNEE 

dUYFR: WOMAN SUYS FOOD FOR A LIVING 

OINUNNO, PASOUALS (MONTREAL, CANADA I 
MAN SENTENCED IN COCAINE CASE 

OIRLIK. ARIF 

SOME AT DUKE RAP ISLAMIC CENTi^R 

DUKE ISLAMIC CENTER COMING UNDER FIRE 
OISNEY, WALT 

AT 76, HE SPEAKS FOR MICKEY 

DIUGUID, BILL 



H E 

P 



S I T 
E L Y 

C PC L P BYL 



H 2 U/ll/1'2 C 16 
H 2 U/12/82 C 6 



S 2 9/U/i!2 A 1° 
H 2 ll/ll/»2 A 16 



S 2 5/27/R2 J A E 

H 2 a/23/»2 A 4 T T R56 

S 2 10/D5/"2 4 4= 



H 2 6/12/R2 5 1 N M23 
H 2 7/05/82 A A L 



H 2 3/D8/82 A 4 
H 2 12/18/82 A 4 



H 2 Z/Oa/oz 3 2 P F 
H 2 8/13/82 D 9 o N 



H 2 5/19/82 A 9 
S 2 5/20/82 A 14 
H 2 7/26/82 a I 



H 2 11/28/82 E 2 P F S56 

S 2 11/29/82 A 4 L 

S 2 9/16/82 C 1 P F K90 

H 2 1/31/82 D 11 o N 

H 2 5/23/82 E 1 R N H45 

S 2 9/16/82 C 1 o F K90 

H 2 12/09/»2 A 4 L 

H 2 7/09/82 A 5 L 

H 2 4/18/82 5 1 P N M71 

H 2 3/14/32 3 I P N L30 

S 2 4/02/82 CI N Sa3 
H 2 9/05/82 C 9 N 
S 2 12/29/02 B 1 P F 

H 2 1/10/82 E 2 P F 930 

H 2 12/09/82 C 10 N 

S 2 3/24/92 8 8 N 

S 2 11/04/82 A 12 N 

H 2 3/24/82 3 5 N 



H 2 6/26/32 C 5 
H 2 6/27/82 C 6 



H 2 12/05/82 C 9 

S 2 12/06/92 C 1 N EOS 

H 2 9/09/92 C I P F S56 

H 2 1/28/82 A 22 N 



H 2 12/23/82 A 6 N 
S 2 12/23/82 C 5 N 
H 2 12/26/82 c ION 



S 2 6/04/82 A I 
H 2 6/05/82 e 14 



S 2 6/04/82 A 1 
H 2 6/05/82 3 14 



■I 



H 2 4/01/92 C 1 P F L3a 
H 2 3/04/''2 6 N 



H 2 5/31/82 B 7 
S 2 5/31/32 A 7 



N 



H 2 10/23/82 C I » F H40 



MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 



PAGE ?2 
1/17/83 



MC nnnK T.l PFATURE CITY ^1EI G-t BORHOTDS 
SoOK^EArlR^SoiRSAvl's HISTORICAL NE I GHSORHOOOS 



BOO 

TIXO»l. ATHELINE G. ,rc«iT IM J 

OOCTOB «eL3 -JOT NEGLIGENT IN -I 
iUHY: bRITT NOT NEGLIGENT 

nix ON. DAVID WAYNE 

BALDING MAN LOSES LAWSUIT 



EART PATIENT'S CAR TRIP 



^■^°":.i^;!i^jE'a.i°iR'?Eci2E?t;ri^iiiEF 

OIXON, JEANE 

OIXCN FORECASTS 

OIXGN. JOHNNIE EOwIN 
33ITUARY 

""""Sn^J??!. GOAL SET ON REVERSAL OF 1-0 OROEAL LAST SEASON 
SniSoJo-S OIXON A CALM THROUGH ANY STORf 

^'""■SurSam'^polke'investigate tb-year-old wo«an-s death 

EX-TEACHER found dead 

«Fjf^«L''EXA-'INER SAYS -^OHM Ml i-'^'^'iOLiO 
PATHOLOGISTS SAY HCIAN STRANGLED 
EPITAPH FOR TEACHER -HO RADIATED LOVE 

i^1"N?s'FA.'"^"lFF^^s'REwiR§ FOR KILLER'S ARREST 

STjtroFFERS^SEWARO IN MRS. DIXON'S DEATH 

1IX0N, TERRY (ALAMANCE Cl.l 

ALAMANCE PRINCIPAL HONORED 

"■""■'FINir'ARGUMFNTS BEGIN IN MALP'ACTICE LAWSUIT 
JURY =ULES NO NEGLIGENCE 

''"'°''pOIvkTE^BUSES SERVING NORTH END Of COUNTY 

"^ RFCFIVE RECOGNITION 

;??lrsrIi^E"5I5E5^^§§S'iiNgi."^MODELS 

s;;rTi3^5°Do=!;ANGE?'Fy;iT baotism of fire 

"■'"'^S^ilsfs'-To'v'iSIT'DUKE UNDER DREYFUS PROGRAM 
TWO CHEMISTS TO VISIT DUKE 



^JnTC□ SCIENTIST TO SPEAK 

LFCtS4 SET TODAY BY STANFORD CHE 

FAMILY PLANNING AN IMPORTANT ISjU 



MIST 
E 



"'°"'\nMJN'"RFPORTS ATTACK. THEFT OF =OCKETBOOK 
WOMAN. 75. STRUCK. R058E0 

"°°''VTir.hil''»Ms '.IVK'lllii'f'il^ .F NAVY 

■^OPSS. KATE JENKINS 
0=ITUARY 

''""'"oUrSaS^MAN to face ? MORE MUHOE" CHARGES 

-■OPSON. JOE 

COILED AND 'EAOY 

DQPSON. NATHANIEL JR. „^ , „^ 
jjrjJ^. OURHAM WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 

DURHAM STUDENTS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 

""^'^OOBSON. CALDWELL AREA'S WORLD SERIES CONNECTION 

'^°°'"/'e'^^eN-'"EN''u°FAD-Gii"f in'stokesoaue bank holdup 
two sentenced in °ank holdup 

^odson. keith 

s"phs lift southern 

"'^""Ilugators said facing uncert« in future in n.c. 

OOHEBTY. matt 

OOHFRTY GETS JO" DONE 

^OhIrTy'supJoStINg'chARACTER in UNC'S ALL-EVERYThING CAST 

V^^ESOM^^r'sO iHA?'=LSE WOULD MATT DOHERTY SAY. . .7 
UNC FINDS .NEAR-OERFECT CHEMISTRY 
A FORGOTTEN FAILURE 

''°'-^'ex-'o'gpIsSMAN: POLITICS ATTR.CTS 2N0 OR 3R0 TEAM 
ELIZABFTh HANFORO dole SPEAKS AT DUKE TONIGHT 
MPS. 30LE PRAISES SEAGANQMICS 

DOLE. R0?ERT ISENATOR) 

OOLF'S PINEAPPL= (CARTOON) 
POLITICS STILL COMES FHST 

OOMINEY. WILLIAM "SNOWBALL" 
O'lTUARY 

■^OMIZIO. OAfJIEL 

^^cl 'S'.r,\HU ^^tSN?lfo|.SrhN BE A 'STEPPING STONE' 
DONALDSON. ARTHyR^J. > ^^ AL I SBURY 1 ^^ ^^^^^ ^,^,^^ ,,„,,3 

''O^LEYMTT.JANE^ ON ALLFGFO N.C. EMPLOYEES' CAMPAIGNING 
''°'''"^.'N'.'M?S';'7%^'i?JS!^T?i'-Vi HILLSBOROUGH GROUP 
OONNE. JOHN ( WRITER) 



S ' T 

N ■= ELY 

P DATE C PG L P 3YL 

H 2 10/06/82 A = N W66 

S 2 10/06/82 A P N 



H 2 './03/92 L 6 
S 2 './03/82 A 20 



N 851 



H 2 2/06/82 5 1 N 351 

H 2 12/12/B2 D 2 P F L30 

S 2 5/17/82 A 1 N 

H 2 10/12/82 B ■? 



H 2 


3/22/82 


G 


fl 


N 




H 2 


B/25/P2 


L 


1 P 






S 2 


8/05/P2 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


a/06/82 


A 


1 






H 2 


3/06/92 


A 


12 






S 2 


8/06/82 


A 


1 






H 2 


3/07/92 


t 


1 






H 7 


3/15/82 


J 


5 






H ? 


3/21/82 


B 


1 






■; ? 


3/21/82 


A 


1 1 






s ? 


9/01/82 


rt 


1 






H 2 


9/03/82 


b 


1 






H 1 


4/20/82 


B 


1 


N 





S 2 2/0<./a2 A 10 
S 2 2/05/82 A 7 



H 2 6/19/82 C 



I 



S 2 5/06/82 C 2 P P '91 

S 2 5/20/82 A 1 P N S09 

H 2 5/25/92 A 6 P N 

H 2 5/28/82 A * E „, , 

S 2 9/10/32 A 12 P U 0<.3 



H 2 2/09/82 A 13 

S 2 2/10/82 C 5 

S 2 3/20/82 A 12 

H 2 3/23/82 A 11 

H 2 <./07/32 A '• 



S 2 1/29/82 C I N 

H 2 1/30/82 A 11. N 

S 2 3/04/82 A 7 F J50 

H 2 3/14/82 C 2 

5 2 6/25/92 A 1 N U57 

H 2 6/28/32 3 P G R91 

H 2 4/09/82 A 8 P N 

S 2 4/14/82 C 3 N 

H 2 10/17/82 6 9 N M71 

H 2 1/07/82 9 2 N 

H 2 1/20/82 C 4 N 

S 2 1/07/82 C 3 P U C09 

H 2 1/27/82 A 8 N 

S 2 1/06/82 1 P U R66 

H 2 l/lD/82 8 4 P F M71 

H I 3/17/82 B 2 " P :!71 

S 2 3/20/82 A e P N 018 

H 2 3/30/92 B 2 P U ^71 

H 2 3/31/°2 8 2 U M71 

S 2 3/31/82 D 1 U 018 



H 2 2/23/82 A 6 N 
H 2 5/J8/B2 C 10 P N 
H 2 5/09/82 C 1 P N M51 



M 2 7/26/82 A ATT 756 
S 2 9/07/32 A 4 E 



H 2 1/05/92 6 7 

S ' 3/23/82 9 1 N =30 
M 2 3/24/82 3 1 P N W24 



H 2 4/30/82 A 1 N 
H 2 9/09/82 C 6 N 
H 2 3/31/82 A 13 N 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



PAGE 33 
1/17/83 



JOHN OONNE 'JILL GET IST JOURNAL AT N.C. STATE 

DONNELLY. TI»< 

ENESGY EFFICIENT CU'ilNG 31RNS CAN SAVE DOLLARS 

^ONOHUF. JAMES F. DR. 

OO.MOHUE TO L = AO MEDICAL SOCIE^'Y 

DONOVAN. RAY 

RAY DONOVAN MAS NO CAVITIES! ICASTOONI 
A BADLY DAMAGED SEC^ETA^Y OF LARQR 
LABOR QEPARTME\T .UNIT TC WORK WITH STATES 
DONOVAN PROPE WRAPPED UP (CARTOON) 

DOCCHIN. LARRY ICHAPFL HILLl 

ISRAEL MUST JEFEND HERSELF 

DOOLEY. PILL 

DEVILS. HOKIES IN PIVOTAL GAME 
HOKIES' LAWRENCE OUT OF LINEUP 
KIFFIN LOW-KEYS UNC-STATE RIVALRY 

DDRAN. LOUANN ICHAPEL HILL) 

POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH KIDNAPPING 
GUNPOINT KIDNAPPING CHARGED 
2 AWAITING ABDUCTION HEARING 
CHAPEL HILL COUPLE OUT ON BONO 

DORAN, ROBERT ICHAPEL HILLl 

POLICE CHARGE TWO WITH KIDNAPPING 

GUNPOINT KIDNAPPING CHARGED 

2 AWAITING ABDUCTION HEARING 

CHAPEL HILL COUPLE OUT ON BONO 

LAW OFFICERS 'JCDRE RECORD DRUG euST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-CDUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

DORMAN. GAIL 

UNC PLAN GRADES MIDDLE SCHOOLS 

SUICIDE PREVENTION IS KEY 

YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION STRESSED 

DOPHAN. JAMES THOMAS 
CQITUARY 

DORMAN. "ARVIN K. 

STATE 3U0GET OFFICIALS STILL PROJECTING SHORTFALL 

IQRNAN. JOHN N. 

NCAE NAMES DIRECTOR 

PARENT-SCMODL LINK URGED 

D0RNH6IM, HARRY EDWARD JR. 
ORITUARY 

DORR. =RFO G. (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

DORRITv, EUNICE THOMPSON 
OBITUARY 

C0RS5TT, WILLIAM (ORANGE CO.l 

NEIGHBORS HELP =RIENO IN NEED 

DOSHER. HARRY L. 

SPAULDING'S RECORD 

DOSS. WILLIAM 

FILKS AROUND H61E: 



The way thi ngs are 



A FEW CHUC< ERS 



DOSSFTT, jack 

SHERIFF DUCKED DEBATE 
FINE FEED NOT ENOUGH 

DOTEN. MARY 

DRIVE'S IG.'IOSSo SIREN 
JERRY LEWIS AND THE MEDIA 

DOUGH, ^YNNE C. 

JNC STUDENT DISPUTES OUTER BANKS THEORIES 

DOUGHERTY, JEANNE (PHILADELPHIA, PA . I 

DEATH BY VEHICLE COUNTS DISMISSED IN NOV. 

"OUGHERTY, WILLIAM 

DOUGHERTY TO LEAVE NCN8 CORP. 

DOUGLAS, BILL 

HORSING AROUND FOR 
POLO, ANYONE? 

DOUGLAS, JAMES B4XT0N 
OBITUARY 

DOUGLAS, JOHN 

PROBATION REVOKED IN ASSAULT CASE 

DURHAM JUDGE ORDERS MAN OFF PROBATION 

DURHAM LAWYER TESTIFIES IN LESAL MALPRACTICE SUIT 

DOUGLAS SEEKS DAMAGFS 

CLIENT'S ILLS PROBED IN TRIAL OF LAWYER 

DOUGLAS SAYS ATTORNEY DIDN'T 'EVIEW SPECIFICS 

JUDGE DISMISSES MALPRACTICE SJ I T 

MALPRACTICE SUIT DISMISSED 

DOUGLAS, M. R. (MARL=(ORO CO.. S.C.I 
TRACTOR THEFT CHARGES FILED 

DOUGLASS. FLISHA (CHAPEi. HILLI 

^CNG-R(JNNING COLUMN: LIBERAL =ROF RILES BUT CALLS THEM 

DOWNEY, 30= 

PIJNISH LAWBREAKERS 

DRUG TRIALS MONITORED BY ORGAMIZATION 

DOWNEY, WILLIAM A. 

COMPANY NAMES NEW PRESIDENT 

002IER, JAMES L. BRIG. GEN. 

OOZIER TOOK COURSE IN GREENSBORO 

DOZIER, M4BIE 

PASSIONFLOWER VINE YIELDS FRUIT 

ORAGO, TONY 

EX-MANAGER OF RESTAURANT FOUN" GUILTY 
EX-M4NAGER OF RESTAURANT FOUND GUILTY 



AS HE SEES THEM 



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S I T 

£ L Y 

C PG L P 9YL 



DATE 

S 2 a/16/82 A 3 

H 2 5/2<>/92 3 5 

S 2 <,/2D/32 5 4 



H 2 7/01/82 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 7/D3/S2 A 4 E 

H 2 T/23/52 A 12 N 

H 2 9/02/'>2 A ATT R56 



H 2 9/21/82 A 



S 2 10/06/82 3 2 R U 013 
H 2 10/09/82 3 1 P F C52 
S 2 10/12/92 8 2 P F 013 



S 2 5/26/82 A 1 N X34 

H 2 5/2T/B2 A 1 P N W36 

S 2 5/27/82 C 1 N 

H 2 5/28/82 a 1 N 



S 2 5/2^/82 A I N X34 

H 2 5/27/82 A I P N W36 

S 2 5/27/32 C 1 N 

H 2 5/23/82 3 I N 

S 2 6/04/82 A I N 

H 2 6/05/52 B 14 N 



S 2 7/17/32 A 3 
S 2 10/26/32 B 1 
H 2 10/27/82 A 9 



H 2 4/06/82 a 9 
H 2 5/06/62 A 13 



S 2 6/24/82 A 2 
S 2 U/19/82 B 1 



N E0 5 
N 



H 2 5/27/82 C 17 

H 2 4/23/32 C 11 

H 2 1/20/92 C 5 

H 2 6/14/32 A 11 N 

H 2 6/26/92 A 4 L 

H 2 2/23/82 B 1 D u 
L 



N E05 






H 2 6/27/82 D 
H 2 7/25/82 D 



H 2 1/27/82 A 4 L 
H 2 9/26/82 DAL 



H 2 10/21/82 3 1 
H 2 4/30/32 A 13 
S 2 3/04/32 A 2 



H 2 a/16/82 C 1 P F S91 
H 2 3/20/82 D 1 P F W66 



H 2 1/22/92 C 



H 2 3/02/32 S 1 N 

S 2 3/02/32 A 9 N 

H 2 7/14/32 3 1 N 981 

S2 7/14/82A 6 N 

H 2 7/15/92 3 1 N S51 

S 2 7/15/82 A 12 N 

H 2 7/16/82 3 1 N 

S 2 7/17/82 A 2D N 



H 2 9/19/92 A 90= A20 
H 2 9/29/82 A 5 L 



H 2 6/17/92 A 
H 2 7/D3/B2 A 



H 2 U/29/82 D 10 N 
H 1 1/30/92 3 1 N 
H 2 11/21/32 E 12 P F G78 



H 2 9/23/92 A 6 
S 2 9/23/32 A 14 



MQNTHLr/A 



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1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



S 

E 

C PG 



PAGE n- 
l/l-'/83 



ORiKE. JULIET 1. (CHAPEL HILL) 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS WIN GRANTS 
16 STUDENTS J\a MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

DRAKE, PARA R. 

NE.J CLASSES ADDED AT ARTS COLPICIL 

ORJKC, ROSE E. (PALEIGH) 

NE« RULE NOT EAia TT ELDERLY 

DRAKE, WILLIAM PIUL 

TWO DURHAH <EN ESCAPE PRISON 

P'=RSON COUNTY ESCAPEE TURNS HIMSELF IN IN DURHAM 

ESCAPEE SURRENDERS TO DURHAM DEPUTIES 

■)rakefcrd, RnaERT 

N = V, FFDFPALIjM JILL CHALLENGE CIRRBORO 
DRAKEFGRO GETS POST 

"'"'l ^eS^^e'-Ii?: lESSlRiVii^^ RECORDS TUMBLE AS COLD GRIPS N.C. 

DAANE, M* P* 

MAN HELD AFTER FIGHT WITH DEPJTY 

DRASH, ALLEN DR. (PITTSBURGH) 

DUKE DIABETES PROGRAM SET THIS SATURDAY 
ALLEN DRASH TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

DRECHSLER, DAVID 

CASTOR. TWO TAR HEELS MAKE 2NT TEAM 

'"^"■"IeCOND^CHANCE^FROM sun bowl: UNC'S DAVID ORECHSLER SAYS TAR HEELS... 

DRENNAN, ANN 

ADOPTIVE PARENTS WANT TO PROTECT CHILD 
■FAIRY TALE' INFANT ADOPTION COMES TRUE 



H 2 <./22/?2 
S 2 */22/l!2 



H 2 1/09/82 
S 2 12/22/92 



H 2 7/24/82 
H 2 7/29/92 
S 2 7/23/82 



S 2 3/l<'/'>2 
H 2 7/29/82 



H 2 1/12/92 
H 2 10/02/92 



H 2 10/29/92 
S 2 lD/29/92 



B I 
A 17 



11 

A 4 



B I 
3 <. 
C 5 



A 5 

B I 



A 1 
A 13 



A 21 

C 4 



S 2 12/07/82 
H 2 12/l''/82 



H 2 3/2'?/92 
S 2 10/29/82 



G B3D 
" G Al? 



INFANT ADOPTION COMES TRUE 

DREW, CHARLES OR. 

BLOOD PIONEER IS HONORED 

BLACK DOCTOR FIGHTS 'PERPETUAL LIE- 
DREW, RICHARD 

PHARMACIST WARNS AGAINST OLD ")RUGS 

DRIESELL, CHARLES G. "LEFTY" ,,,„,. ,.^„,..^„ 
UNC-MARYUND LUSTER DULLED BY TERPS' INERTNESS 
L'^FTY FACES ULTIMATE TEST THIS SEASON 
STALL REWARDS LEFTY 
LEFTY ACCEPTS SLOWDOWN 

L'^FTY, DIGGER TRAVEL SIMILAR PATHS , ^ 

T«R HEEL WO"EN TA<E 2DTH SHOT AT ENDING STATE STREAK 

TERRAPINS STUN CAVS IN OVERTIME, HELP TAR HEELS GAIN TIE ATOP ACC 
THE UPPER C5UST... SECOND DIVISION HOPEFULS 

GOOD NEWS, 9An MEWS FACING TERRAPINS , , ,, 

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

ORIPPS, RAYMOND ". IV (RALEIGH) 

DOCTORS SAY COLD SAVED CHILDREN 

DRIV=R, ANDREA KAY 
OBITUARY 

DRIVER, H. THOMAS 

5PE= DEE OUE PLANS MOVE INTO " LG PIPE SHOP SPACE 
PIPE SHOP MUST FIND NEW HOME 

DRUM, KEITH 

,1RCS, ACTIONS OF UNC'S SMLTH IN U. VA. GAME UNDULY ROASTED 
JNC FANS, ITS COACH NOT SO PERFECT 

DRUMMOND, ROSCOE 
30 AND WRY 

DUBOIS, ROCHELLE 

PHETS SNARE MORE THIN STAPES 

DueOSE. HOWARD 

. . .WHICH HAS WIPED OUT SOME WHITEWATER 

DUPOSE, VALIVOA 

PARK BACKERS REMAIN FIRM IN TALKS 
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR FREE PARK 

DUBUC, wILFOPD EDWARD 
OBITUARY 

DUCK'^TT, K^NNY 

•F.T.' DUCKETT: FORMER WAKE RECEIVER NOT LOST IN SPACE. . . 

DUDLEY, °UPNICE (DUNN) 

ORANGE CQUNTy WOMAN TREATED FOR HYPOTHERMIA 
SLED ACCIDENT HURTS TEEN-AGER 

DUFF, KENNETH RcV. 

MAN SAYS HE IS MINISTER 

DUFFIN, WALTER 

MAN KILLED, WOMAN CHARGED 

WOMAN IS CHARGED IN BOYFRIEND'S DEATH 

OBITUARY 

DUGAN, SALLY 

■HANDS AND HEART' AWARD GOES TO DUGAN 

DUKE- ?R00IE 

HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: 



TOBACCO 'RANO NAMED 



DUKE, DAVID 

KLAN VIEWED AS SMALLER THREAT 
KLAN LADIES WORK FOR WHITE POWER 

DUKE, HEMRY EMERSON ( SP APT ANEURG, S.C.) 
OBITUARY 

DUKE, IDA BELL (BAHAMA) 
0°ITUARY 

DUKE, JAMES BUCHANAN (SWARTHMQRE OR.) 
OUKE IS TAKING DUKE TO COURT 
SUIT CLAIMS MAN DIVERTED DUKE FUNDS 



S 2 10/29/82 A 



S 2 6/03/92 
H 2 7/12/92 



H 2 3/18/82 A 2<, 



H 2 1/06/82 

H 2 1/08/82 

S 2 l/U/82 

H 2 1/15/82 

S 2 2/03/82 

H 2 2/16/82 

H 2 2/28/92 

S 2 3/05/92 

H 2 U/17/92 

H 2 12/25/92 



H 2 1/15/32 A U 



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R66 


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B 




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1 




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H 2 


11/27/32 


B 


8 







H 2 
S 2 


1/06/92 
1/06/82 


A 

c 


1 1 

4 


N 

N 


F78 


H 2 
H 2 


2/l'>/82 
2/21/82 


B 
B 


2 
2 


L 
L 




H 2 


10/10/82 





4 


E 




H 2 


9/2''/82 


D 


3 


P U 


H4 5 


H 2 


5/13/32 


a 


1 


P F 


L30 


H 2 
H 2 


10/02/92 
9/l<./R2 


A 
A 


13 
5 


N 
L 


S5l 


H 2 


1/02/82 


a 


5 







H 2 


3/03/92 


o 


2 


P F 




S 2 


1/14/82 


A 


1 


N 


M23 



S 2 1/15/92 A 



H 2 5/25/92 



H 2 7/10/92 
S 2 7/10/92 
H 2 7/12/82 



S 2 3/24/82 
S 2 11/19/82 



H 
H 


5 


5/3D/82 
3/03/'>2 


A 
E 


5 N 
1 ° F 




H 


2 


4/04/92 


c 


2 







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2 


6/17/92 


c 


16 







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S 


2 

2 


12/30/92 
12/3D/92 


A 

a 


1 


N 
N 


B51 



'"""IMBI 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



DUKE. JEAN 

JEAN DUKE ELECTED T1 CHAM3E? IF COMMEOCE OFFICIALS' 

nuKE. JGANN 

TWO HURT IN MOPED. CAR WRECK 

JOIAN IS STILL LISTED AS CRITICAL 

D'lTUARY 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE FILED IN 'O-PED DEATH 

DUKE. VIRGINIA BRIGHT 
OBITUARY 

OUKE. WELDPN "PEE" (3AHA«A1 
OPITUARV 

OULA. WILLIAM c. 

DULA, 73. AUTHOR OF DURHAM ROOK 

DULL. DICK 

NO DULL APPROACH 

DUNBAR, JERRY (KINSTONI 
T'UCKIN' TROUBADOUR 

"UNCAN. ANNE M. 

TELETHON PRAISED 

DUNCAN. HAROLD AND VIRGINIA 

MEN ATTACK COUPLE IN GARAGE 
COUPLE RoaSEO AT THEIR HOME 

DUNEVANT, GWENOOLYM LOU 

AREA COLLEGE STUDENTS NAMED Tl HONOR ROLLS 

DUNLAP, CONNIE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

OUNHAN. STEVE 

HUNTER FULFILLS WISH. TAKES T' OPHY DEER 

lUNN. 'ILL 

JUDGE DISMISSES SUITS AGAINST SIX LAWYERS 

JUDGE OPOPS i SUITS 

COUNCIL aALKS AT EFFORT TO DEED PROPERTY 

OUNN. JESSF MALEN 
03ITUARY 

PU^N. JULIA M. 

OBITUARY — — — — ^ 



■■UNN. NORA GRAHAM 
O'lITUARY 

DUNNE. JOHN ?AILFY 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST DUNNE DIES AT it 
JOHN S. DUNNE, RIGHTS ACTIVIS'^ 

DUNNEGAN. ROGER ( HI LLS30R0UGH I 
O'^ITUARY 

DUNNIGAN. JOHN OPIE 
OBITUARY 

DUNSON, AUBREY 

ttfcW^oi, S^RlS^i^lii -"^""""^S °^ J^^^ICE. 
JUNE 29 3ALL0T A -MUST- FOR ALL VOTERS 

DUMSON. HORACE A. 

-IILL THE TAX "ATE I'lCREASE? 

nUNSTO'!, bESSIE 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

-lUMSTON, JERRI ULRICA 

2l^'"nM„lTn2-'^T.,J"S''''i° ANGIER B. DUKE SCHOLARSHIP 
MS. DUNSTON WINS OUKE SCHOLARSHIP 
STUDENTS GET ANGIER OUKF SCHOLARSHIPS 

"UNSTON, RICHARD (VANCE CC.I 

COURT JF APPEALS ORDERS NEW HIAL IN SLAYING CASE 
DUPONT, r-AVir 

OUPONT'S DREAM 

OUPREE. FRaNKLIN T. IJUDGEl 

kirTri.i''4in.i°o !j°2sifs?aris^°' newsletter 

PMOSI pSsTS ?E?URN^i^''"^ «'' 1-""LATIVE CANDIDATES 
BLACK EXTENSION AGENTS LOSE SJIT 
JUDGE CALLS ATTENTION TO EDUCATIONAL BLIGHT 
DENTAL SOCIETY PRESIDENT RAPS JUDGE 
FEDERAL JUDGE OISMISSHS CLAIMS OF DISCRIMINATION 
DURACK, DAVID T. JR. 

TEAM TO RUN MEDICINE DEPARTMENT 

pUKF MAKES MEc CENTER PROMOTIONS 

ksfiHS^^.I'^ FOCUS ON DISEASES PASSED BY SEXUAL ACTIVITY 

DOCTOR: IGNORANCE AIDS SPREAD OF SEXUAL DISEASES 

DURHAM, BART (HILLSBOROUGH) 

MAN IS THROWN THROUGH WINDOW :F DOUGHNUT SHOP 

DURHAM, GEORGE 

OURHA" GIVES SOUTHERN IGNITION OFF THE SIDELINE 
«"J- ^ILLS THE VOID LEFT BY CURTIS SuNTER 
See r^J S^Il^M LEAD HIGH SCHOOL SCORERS 
OFF THE COURT OR ON, RESPECT IS JURHAM'S GA"E 

DURHAM, JAMES WALTER "'JHITEY" 

USEO-CAR DEALER BECOMING LEGEND IN CORRUPTION PROBE 

DURHAM, JUDITH ELEANOR MFJSER 
OBITUARY 

DURHAM, LARRY WE3STER 
OBITUARY 

DURHAM, LEWIS AND ONA MAE (CHAPEL -(ILLI 

CHAPEL HILL MAY SEEK "ORE OF DURHAM C"UNTY 

CHAPEL HILL ANNEXES TRACT OF DURHAM LANO 

CHAPEL HILL SHARD ANNEXES NEARLY 30 ACRES OF DURHAM 



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1/17/83 


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L Y 
L P 3YL 


H I 2/D6/B2 3 


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H 2 lD/23/'!2 C 
S 2 10/23/P2 A 
H 2 10/27/82 C 
H 2 10/30/82 A 


1 
3 
6 
3 


N 
N 


N 


H 2 3/10/82 A 


8 





H 2 3/11/92 A 


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H 2 5/05/82 A 


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H 2 3/27/82 C 


1 


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S 2 7/29/32 D 


8 


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H 2 10/11/82 A 


5 


L 


S 2 8/D6/B2 C 
H 2 8/D7/92 A 


1 
11 


N 
N 


H 2 3/11/82 3 


4 


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H 2 */02/82 3 


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H 2 11/14/82 S 


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P F W6D 


H 2 i,/Z7/»2 C 
S 2 4/27/82 A 
S 2 12/21/82 C 


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N 

N K90 


H 2 4/02/82 A 


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H 2 2/05/82 A 


12 





H 2 2/D1/32 3 


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S 2 12/29/82 A 
H 2 12/30/82 A 


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17 





H 2 8/18/82 A 


17 





H 2 11/22/82 3 


7 1 


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S 2 3/27/82 A 
H 2 6/21/82 A 
S 2 6/22/82 A 


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5 
4 


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L 
L 


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4 


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H 2 6/14/82 3 
H 2 6/16/82 C 


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5 






S 2 4/02/82 A 
H 2 4/03/82 a 
S 2 5/14/82 C 


1 f 

6 

5 


' N EOS 
N 

N 


H I 3/17/82 3 


1 


N 


S 2 3/12/82 D 


1 


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H 2 2/09/82 A 13 
H 2 3/10/82 9 14 
S 2 4/3D/82 A 1 
S 2 6/22/82 A 4 
H 2 3/24/82 3 5 
S 2 3/26/82 A 4 
S 2 3/26/82 A 16 
S 2 9/21/82 3 6 


N 
N 
N 
E 
N 
E 
N 
N 


H 2 2/27/82 B 
H 2 6/06/82 C 
H 2 9/10/82 a 
S 2 9/17/82 A 


I 

5 
1 
5 


N 
N 
N 

N 


H ? a/21/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 2/07/82 a 
S 2 I2/10/"2 
H 2 12/17/82 C 
H 2 12/26/82 5 


9 

1 = 
2 

2 ' 


N 571 

U C09 

N 

F C36 


H 2 3/16/82 A 


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H 2 10/21/82 A 22 





H 2 1/26/82 f> 


7 





S 2 9/03/82 A I 
H 2 10/12/82 c 1 
S 2 10/12/82 A ID 


N W36 

N 

N 



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N "4 U » I 
1/01/32 



I N E X 
- 12/31/82 



NAMES 



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L 



PAGc Sb 
1/17/83 



3U»HtM. OAXEL* DENISE I HENOE'SONVIL LEI 
PCLITICS ?E~IIED IN INXATE'S M7 VE 

GOV. HUNT ORDERS ORGSE 3F I'msTE'S TSINSFER TG ORISON 
PETITION OSIVE TRGANIZED TO PROTEST INWATE'S -0V6 
P5IS0NEP =6TU=NE0 Ta STATE _ ^ 

REPORT: POLITICS NOT INVOLVED IN IN-iATE -lOVE 

DU'HSN, R. V. CG'EENSaOROl 

ROYKO UNFAIR TC THE TEAMSTERS 

OURHAH. RAY (GAf=NEYt S.C.I 

MICCOPS: SO-E ARE MORE THAN NJISANCE 

DURHAM, RO?=RT (FLAT R::C<I 

POLITICS DENIED IN IN"ATE'S MOVE , , , 

GOV. HUNT ORDERS PROBE OF INMATE'S TRANSFER TO PRISON 

DURHAM, RQLANO HOWARD CORANGE CDUNTYl 
OBITUARY 

""""'aNnIxATION: TAXATION HITHOUT REPRESENTATION 



DURHAM, M. J. H. DR. 

hC< TIMES DO CHANGE: 



TOWN FACED PROBLEMS 



DURHAM, WOODY 

MILITARY ACADEMY UNFAIRLY DISPARAGED 

nuRO, PETER C CAROL I TYRRELL COUNTY I 

JUDGE HEARS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE CASE 
RULING 5ACKS COUPLE IN HQME SCHOOL CASE 
JUDGE CALLS ATTENTION TO EDUCATIONAL BLIGHT 
SChCOL ATTENDANCE RULING CONCERNS N.C. EDUCATORS 
STATE OFFICIALS TO APPEAL SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RULING 

DUTROj, GEORGE 0. DR. 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

DUTROW, -(ELLI LYNN 

MCREHSA" FINALISTS NA-ED FOR DURHAM 

TWO STUDENTS IN JURHAM NAMED "OREHEAO FINALISTS 

DYER, ALLEN R, DR. 

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL WILL GROW, FLOURISH 

DYER, JI»MY lESD JP. ISOENl 

YCUTH KILLED WHEN HIT BY AUTO 

DYKSTRA, wEISSY IC"APEL HILLI 
O'^ITUASY 

DYSON, MARIANNE 

NASA: DURHAM NATIVE ENJOYS W0« K THERE 

FAGL^S, LARRY P. 

HOUSE SPEAKER NOMINATED FOR 2ND TERM 

FAGL=S, "^If^NEY (RALEIGH) 

"ral'=IGH attorney TO RUN FOR N.C. COURT OF APPEALS 
Tip STATE JUDGESHIPS ATTRACTING CANDIDATES 
GOVERNOR NA-'E^ LAWYER TO POST 

VT^R";' ALLIANCE: 'CHOICE YOl/IS' IN OA RACE 
WRIGnf, EAGLES VIE FOR SEAT ON N.C. COURT OF APPEALS 
PRJP05EC ".-YEAR TERMS SOUNDLY JEAFEATED 
RUNOFFS SLATED FJR ? JUDGESHIPS , .,, ^, 
C"U°T OF APPEALS CANDIDATES CAN'T DISCUSS ISSUES 
EAGLES GOOD MAN FOR COURT 
AN INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE 

PHILL'PS AND EAGLES "IN JUDGESHIP NOMINATIONS 
EAGLE"; SAYS HIS LOSS IN ppima'.y SPURRED WORKERS 
EAGLES COUNTING ON EXPERIENCE 
VALENTINE GETS DVA'S BACKING 
N.C. VOTERS RFJECT BOND AMENDMENT 

EAGLES, WILLIAM OR. 

MEDICAL ALUMNI WEEKEND BEGINS 

FAGLFTON, Thomas f. (MISSOURI SENATOR) 
ESGLETCN ACTION BLOCKS LEAF BILL 
TOBACCO oiLL HITS SNAG AFTER 'ANEL APPROVAL 
G"V. HUNT URGES SENATE TO ENACT TOBACCO BILL 
SENATE'S TOBACCO FOES TOOK ODD STAND 
TAX BILL BREwS DEBATE 

5AK6R, DAVID BRUCE (ROXBORO) ,,„ 

R0X80R0 MAN IS CHARGED WITH IMPERSONATING OFFICER 
RIDE CAUSES ARREST 

FAKER, M. J. MRS- 
CITY 'MISSES MESSAGE- 



ON ROLLOUT GARBAGE 



EA'ER, RCN 

SOME PATIENTS RESENT DISEASE 

=AKES. WALTER 

THEY PUN FOR FITNESS AND FELLOWSHIP 

EAKINS, THOMAS 

THO-AS EAKINS EXHIBIT LAYS OUESTIONS TO REST 

EAONHAPOT, DALE 

EAR^iHARDT NOSES OUT YARBOROUGH IN REBEL 500 
DESPITE AN INJURY. Earnhardt FACING IN TALLADEGA 500 
EAWNHAROT PLANS WAGING AFTE" "^URGERY 
SURGcOY REPAIRS OHIVE='S KNEE 

= ABP, STPPHE': DANIEL 

CHAPEL HILL TEEN DIES IN DURHAM COUNTY WRECK 
TFEN KILLED IN CAR COLLISION 
TFEN CbarCEO in wreck 
TEEN Charged in ACCIDENT 

FASLEY, hqhaRO 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

MIXON RUNNING AGAIN 

EASLEY WON'T SEEK RE-ELECTION 

ESSLEY WON'T RUN AGAIN; ADAMS FILES 

FEISTY EASLEY WILL ^E MISSED 

EASLEY 'MOVING' TO ORANGE . . 

EASLEY WON'T BE REPLACED "EfO'E NOV. 2 IF HE RESIGNS 

VACANCY COULD GIVE BOARD POLITICAL WEDGE 

HOWARD EASLEY «ILL LEAVE COUNTY DDCLER 

HOWARD EASLEY PLAYS «0R0 GAME WITH VOTERS 

EASLEY TO 3UIT OCT. 31 



H 2 a/14/«2 B 12 

H 2 3/15/32 A 6 

H 2 8/2D/B2 A 11 

H 2 8/20/32 C 1 

H 2 9/17/52 A 6 



H 2 6/12/12 A 4 
H 2 2/17/32 A 7 



H 2 3/14/R2 3 12 
H 2 3/15/82 A 6 



H 2 12/01/82 B 10 

H 2 7/20/B2 A ". 

S 2 3/12/82 A P 

H 2 10/07/82 A 5 



N 




L 
F DiB 

L 



H 2 
H 2 



7/10/R2 

8/25/92 
3/26/82 
3/2''/32 
9/03/92 



H 2 7/01/R2 A 12 



S 2 l2/l<./92 A 1 
H 2 12/15/92 9 1 



H 2 12/20/92 A A L 
S 2 4/21/92 CBN 
H 2 12/05/82 C R 



H 2 12/17/82 



2 P 



H 2 12/03/92 A B 



7 


1/03/92 


C 


3 


? 


1/05/92 


A 


1 7 


? 


5/18/92 


3 


7 


7 


6/23/92 




1 


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6/25/92 


A 




7 


6/30/92 


A 


1 1 


7 


7/07/92 


A 


9 


7 


7/13/92 


^ 


1 A 


7 


7/26/82 


A 


4 


7 


7/27/82 


A 




7 


7/29/92 


A 




7 


7/29/92 


A 


19 


7 


0/07/82 


c 


1 


5 


1/01/92 


3 


1 


2 


11/03/92 


B 


5 



9 P N C42 



H 2 11/18/92 A 13 N 

S 2 6/24/82 A 1 P N 

H 2 6/25/S2 A 2 N 

H 2 6/25/92 C 5 N 

H 2 6/29/32 A 4 E 

H 2 7/24/92 A 1 N 

H 2 5/19/82 A 12 N 

S 2 5/19/82 A 7 N 

S 2 4/09/92 A 4 L 

S 2 9/29/92 3 1 N ••23 

S 2 1/29/92 A 6 P <: J06 

H 2 7/30/82 D 10 U G68 



M 7 


4/05/92 


9 


? 


N 


S91 


H 7 


O/01/92 


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H ? 


9/03/92 




4 


N 




S 2 


3/04/92 


U 


3 


N 




S 7 


6/07/92 


A 


1 


N 


•J57 


H 7 


6/08/92 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


6/12/92 


A 


S 


N 




S 2 


6/12/92 


A 


14 


N 




H ' 


l/06/'>2 




1 


D U 




H 7 


1/06/92 


- 


1 


P N 




H 7 


1/10/92 


c 


I 


N 




^ 7 


l/ll/°2 


c 


I 


N 




S 7 


1/22/92 


A 


4 






H 7 


10/13/82 


A 


1 


N 


B8I 


S 7 


10/13/P2 


A 


1 


N 


M73 


H 7 


10/14/-2 




1 


p J 




H 7 


10/15/92 


A 




E 




<; 7 


10/19/92 


A 


4 






M 2 


13/22/52 


A 


1 


N 


991 



P 0AT6 C PG L P BVI 

3y''t!i^,X°'''E''S TO PICK REPLACExENr FOR E4SLEV 
BOARD TO ■<ULL AMBULINCE REGULATIONS 
fRuuilF.SKiSJ S'^LECT BILL 3ELL AS CHAIRMAN 
^grvl^^iS^f'cS^JWfFjolt^^-" «'^" "^SOLUTION 
RENOVATION PLAN OFF'^RED 

FORVER COHMISSIONER BIOS =UBLIC LIFE ADIEU 
CIVIC CENTER'S 1IRTH STILL OOrIN THE ROAD 

EASLEY, H. H. 

CHURCH COMMITTEE RAPS REAGAN TACK 

COUNCIL ELECTS DURHAM PASTOR 

REV. EASLEY rn =£ HONORED 

3ISH0P IN THE OFFING? ST. JOSEPH'S PASTOR NEH PRES. QF DURHAM GROUP 
EASON, RALPH IRALEIGHl 

". DIE IN OALEIGH i^LAZE 

f'jy? SI2'''-E KILLED IN RALEIGH APARTMENT FIRE 

FIRE PROBE CENTERS ON HEATER 

EAST, "ILL 

CHURCH CONFERENCES ^EGIN NEXT WEEK 

PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD VOTES FOR JUDICIAL COMMISSION 

EAST, JOHN (SENATO'I 

MOST '80 STATE CANDIDATES 8R0XE CHECKOFF FUNDS LAW 

ES:rVI!SN^^^??3?!ii-EA^?rSa5?^^ ''"^ N.C^°lB^tSTEEISM LIST 

SOLCNS ARE SKEPTICAL OF REAGAN'S PROPOSAL 

EAST, HELMS BACK BENNETT AS ENDOWMENT CHAIRMAN 

HELMS, EAST TO BACK BENNETT'S NOMINATION 

HELMS, EAST RECEIVE PETITIONS 

PANEL OKS AMENDMENT ON ABORTIONS 

^c?,L'^"i;f5,°ii„''9'-°'*!''ER OVER COURT POWERS SILLS 

MEL"S URGES TOUGH STAND IN EL SALVADOR 

EAST AND HELMS RANKED TOP SENATE CONSERVATIVES 

EAST: VOTING RIGHTS ACT HELPS ELECT BLACK OFF IC lALS 

^SW^G°l^^;i?siI[L°^L°^ARTJ^SFr^"^'"" 

iV,l''9.oZiroll,'o'lllT,Tll?.lr^i''' '° ""' '"- WASHINGTON 
SENATORS ENDORSE FOX FOR JUDGESHIP 
VOTING RIGHTS ACT SHOULDN'T BE EXTENDED 
2:9; 5 TWO SENATORS PROTECT THE UNBORN 
|,*|J„"AT£p MORE CONSERVATIVE THAN HELMS 
SUPPORTERS SAY VOTING RIGHTS "ARCH SUCCESSFUL 
FOUNTAIN INDICATES CANDIDATE HE LIKES 

HELMS, East talk 

DEMOCRATS FORM inTI-hflmS GROUP 

EAST: GUARANTEES NEEDED FOR ARMS REDUCTION PACT 

EAST OPPOSES 'FLAWED' VOTING ACT '=""'-""" """ ' 

SENATORS 'OUT OF T^^,E • ON VOTING ACT 

EAST SAYS FREE ENTERPRISE SOMETIMES A LUXURY 

t^'i^'J' ItH "ITICIZED OVER FDA NOMINATIONS 

A BACK-OF-THF_HANO FQR FREE E>(TFRPRISE 

s?5!^'??^^E^*rnF'^s^iSR?fB^L\°"'"'^ 

Ti'i''lld'lhlVll^.'(°E'''' ^"""O" TAX-INCREASE BILL 

EAST: REAGAN APPEALED FOR TAX VOTE 

CAST BcPATES r.OP OVER SMOKING BILL 

EAST'S THREAT TAKEN LIGHTLY 

nFSS?lll|°'i!i'-„??l-£GATION CITES OFFICE SPENDING 

DEMOCRATS TO HIT 'TOBACCO TAX TWINS' 

EAST TO OPPOSE TAX HIKE BILL 

HFL"S, East may CHANGE TAX BILL VOTES 

S'd':lL2^^l-^ "f ""^^ »50UT TAX BILL AD 

21rSi'*J?.4^xI5^,^^TES HURT -J.C. ECONOMY 

HECS: CIGARETTE ^ if COMPROMISE SOUGHT 

THE TOBACCO TAX TWINS AREN'T THE ONLY VILLIANS 

LAC OF QUORUM COULD DOOM CIGARETTE WARNINGS 

RFACArVIJ/SI ^SS^!?^? "^^ 'Portion; PRi?ER 

?iJ?fL'E 7'^^0lTT?MftrsiSG;?"""-'"=''-^° TAXMOBILE (CARTOON, 

fSN'^c'§"ariASsE''L';s^"''"^ ''^''° ''""'^ 

C03EY TIED TO HELMS, EAST 

EAST: ELECTION COST CLUE NO CLOUT 

nVr'^i^irrTiL'cro :!SItI^ " """*^'= " "^^^-^"^ 

EAST URGES GOP-DE-'OCRaT TIES 
c!t?h f*5T OPPOSE GASOLINE TAX HIKE 
EAST'S APPOINTMENT "AY HELP N. C . "ASES 
EAST JOINS PANEL ON ABM^O SFRvICES 

c??ToM = f Jb'iHII=? ?l'-;''5 SENATE SPENDING VOTE 
FILI8USTEP PUTS EAST IN SENAT= SPOTLIGHT 

,?'J"n?M^?i^J5r"F!S2^ '"^'^^^ '°E« "5 TAX 

N.C. HEMOCRATIC LEADER LASHES HELMS AND FAST 

t^lil "!f^Jf5 1° COMMENT ON FILIBUSTER ON GAS TAX 

ll^lr,r=-'-^5, FAST DESERVE OUR THANKS 

REVENGE WOULD BE =0nL I SH 

CAST DEFENDS TACTICS TO OPPOSE GAS TAX 

FAST. LAWRENCE lARCHOALEl 

two walk away from road crew 
east^rling, carl L. 

s!L^?kyji°SE???s??D^'Sj^5^^^iA°?ijrv;:H"^^' 

^S^i^a^fsf rifs^T=RVIh!=G?35^^*^^ '^''°''' ^°^"«"^ 

HILLSIDE GYM DEDICATED 

EASTERLING, CYNTHIA 

MURDER TRIAL 3EGINS 



PURSE LFD POLICE TO VtCTI", SJSPFGT 
jy°^| DENIES DISMISSAL IN CART ER^iiRDER CASE 
cJrTM^?y?'^uC°.U',IJ='^J''GER at CARTER 
rioriS nlr,^.2i/'EyER Saw MURDERED WOMAN 

cSStT ?rsvrH^^Y"i^oi'"'°"''" ■" '"-'-""= 

i15IF°J?i,S2?l?*''ED AS INNOCENT VICTIM 
f ■^?fe=*5?';"'ENTS GIVEN IN <URDER TRIAL 
nmY^?,,Inl'K^V?'' 5^'1-L DELIBERATING 
JURY FINDS CARTER GUILTY OF MIHOFfl 
"«IE° SENTENCING SET FOR TOM-'rSo2 
SENTENCING DELAYED =0R THOMAS CARTER 
fARTFR -|mSS2I °Mg^''EO TO REAPPEAR IN COURT 

i'imo'lVTl'"iny°d'i'HT^ ^^ "«^EP BID FOR NEW tri.u 

SnSniS Si'f'- ^fPE^L 15-YEAR SENTENCE 
MURDER TRIAL JURY SELECTION STARTS 



s 


I T 


S 1 E 


L Y 


P DATE C PG 


L P BYL 


S 2 10/2J/B2 A 1 


N M2 3 


H 2 ll/l<,/e2 C 1 


N 981 


H 2 12/07/82 A 1 


P N 98 1 


H 2 12/07/92 C I 


^J 


H 2 12/03/02 8 1 


U 


H 2 10/19/82 a 1 


N 381 


H 2 12/20/32 A 1 


P = 981 


H 2 12/26/32 C 1 


P F 


H 2 2/20/'>2 A R 


P N 


H 2 5/15/32 A 11 


P N 


S 2 9/18/92 A b 


P N 


H 2 12/11/82 A 9 


P F A2C 


S 2 */29/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 <./30/92 i 16 


N 


H 1 5/01/32 a I 


N 


H 2 5/29/82 A 6 


P N 


H 2 6/02/82 A 8 


N 


H 2 1/02/S2 A 8 


N 


H 2 1/10/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 1/19/82 A 10 


N 


S 2 1/27/92 C 1 


N sa3 


S 2 2/03/92 A 1 




H 2 2/04/82 A 19 


N 


H 2 3/03/92 A 8 


N 


S 2 3/10/82 A 1 


N 


S 2 3/18/92 C 9 


P N 


H 2 3/21/82 C 1 


N G53 


H 2 <,/01/92 A 8 


N 


S 2 <r/29/32 A I 


P N 


H 2 4/30/92 3 5 


N 


H 2 5/05/82 C 9 


P N 


H 2 5/12/92 B 14 


N 


H 2 5/21/32 A 12 


N 


H 2 5/21/92 3 4 


N 


H 2 5/22/32 A 4 


E 


S 2 5/27/82 A 4 


L 


H 2 6/06/82 A 4 


P N 


S 2 6/09/32 a 7 


N 


H 2 6/10/82 B 


P N G53 


S 2 6/12/32 A 


N 


H 2 6/ 4/82 A 13 


P N 


S 2 6/ 6/82 B 1 


G U5 7 


S 2 6/17/32 C 1 


P G U57 


S 2 6/19/92 A 4 


L 


H 2 7/03/82 A 7 


P N 


H 2 7/11/32 A 7 


N 


H 2 7/12/92 A 4 


E 


H 2 7/15/92 3 3 


P N 


H 2 7/16/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 7/24/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 7/24/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 7/27/82 A 9 


N 


H 2 7/30/32 A 1 


N 


H 2 8/01/82 A 20 


N 


H 2 8/05/92 A IS 


N 


H 2 8/06/32 C 14 


N 


S 2 3/07/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 3/08/32 C 1 


N 


H 2 8/09/82 3 12 


N 


H 2 3/10/82 A 9 


N 


H 2 8/1 /92 A 3 


N 


H 2 a/1 /82 A 4 


E 


H 2 a/2 /82 A 1 


N 


H 2 3/22/32 C 1 


N 


H 2 3/29/82 5 1 


r T P45 


H 2 9/15/92 A 13 


N 


H 2 9/16/32 3 7 


N 


S 2 9/29/92 A 6 


N 


H 2 10/25/32 A 4 


L 


H 2 11/12/92 C 5 P F '^81 


S 2 I /12/32 C 1 t 


' N F30 


H 2 11/17/82 S 5 


N 


S 2 11/20/92 A 15 


N 


H 2 12/04/82 A 3 


N 


S 2 12/15/82 A 12 


N 


H 2 12/15/92 A 6 


N 


H 2 12/19/92 A 1 


N 


H 2 12/20/92 A 8 


' N 


H 2 12/23/32 A 1 


N 


H 2 12/23/82 a 2 


N 


S 2 12/23/82 A 1 


' N 


H 2 12/29/92 a 4 


E 


H 2 12/29/92 A 4 


E 


H 2 12/30/82 CUP 


N 


H 1 4/22/82 B I 


N 


S 2 5/25/82 3 1 


N 


H 2 5/27/82 D 4 


N 


H 2 5/23/32 C ' 


N 


S 2 5/23/82 2 9 


U C09 


S 2 5/29/32 A 14 P 


P C56 


S 2 2/17/92 C 1 


N U57 


H 2 2/13/32 a 1 


N 951 


S 2 2/19/92 C 1 


N U57 


H 2 2/19/92 e 1 


N 951 


S 2 2/19/32 c 1 


N U57 


H 2 2/20/32 d 1 


N 351 


S 2 2/20/92 A 3 


N U57 


S 2 2/22/32 C I 


N U57 


H 2 2/23/92 a 1 


N 351 


S 2 2/23/92 3 1 


N 'J5 7 


H 2 2/24/92 3 1 


N 931 


S 2 2/24/92 c 1 


N 


H 2 2/25/°2 A 25 


N 951 


S 2 2/25/92 A 1 


N U57 


H 2 2/26/92 A 1 


N 951 


S 2 2/26/92 C 1 


N U57 


H 2 2/27/92 a I 


N 951 


S 2 3/01/92 C 1 


N U5 7 


H 2 3/02/92 a I 


N °51 


H 2 3/03/92 3 1 


N 351 


S 2 3/03/92 C 1 


N 


S 2 a/23/92 C 1 


N F30 



THERE'S ACTION 



H0HTHLT/4NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/B2 



JUaV OICKED FOR 2N0 TRIAL IN SLATING 

MATCHUP OF Shoes link in "uooer investigation 

SHOUTING PUNCTUATES lURPE^ TRIAL 
UPCHUOCM SATS HE JiS AT PARK WITH .iOMAN 
OEFENCANT SATS Hf ONLT SAW -"LR OER 
UPCHURCH TRIAL JU»T BEGINS DELIBERATIONS 
MURDER TRIAL JU5T ACOUITS UPC-IURCH 
jt'RT PONDERS 3 1/2 HOURS. aC^ITS uPChurch 
INMATE '■•ETS NE- LAilTER =0» IP'EAL 
CARTER GETS NEh lAhTER fO' appeal 

EASTMANi KAREN LETA I CHAPEL HILLI 

2 CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS CHOSEN AS FINALISTS 

F3ERLT. "ARCT 

CABLE PANEL'S ADVICE; DPCP -i^ 

F3ERT, RCGER (FILM C'lTICI 

ROGER £=E»T TO SPEAK IN RALEIGH 

E="FST, SISKEL MAKING MOVE TO lOMMERCIAL TELEVISION SMOM 

ROGER EBERT EXPLAINS ROLE OF =IL.M CRITIC 

FCHOLS. AARBARA =. 

N.C. 'OOKS NOMINATED 

ECKELS. ARTHUR OR. 

AT V'CCU: WHERE THERE'S SMOKE. 

ECKLJND. PAULA 

PRIORITIES WRONG 

FDOINGER. "ELISSA ICHAPEL hILLI 

INVESTIGATOR SATS DEFENDANT'S PRINTS FOUND IN VlCTI-'S HOME 
JIJRT --AT GET WILLIAMS CASE 
MAN RECEIVES THREE LIFE TERMS 
CONVICTION ?RAWS THREE LIFE T^RMS 

EDCLEMAN. WELLS__^ 

CPCL^SHARF^nLOERS DEFEAT RESOLUTION TO HALT NUCLEAR POWER CONSTRUCTION 
CONTINUING RACISM MAKES US ALL LOSERS 
REPUBLICAN RQLLUTION 

=DDY. DONALD R. 

TOBACCO IMOICTE? 

EDOY. SA-UEL (CHESTERFIELD. MiSS.l 
BFTTE' LATE THAN NEVER 

FOELMAN. CHARLES 0. (CHAPEL HILLI 

CRITIC CF ISRAEL IGNORES TERRORISM 

FQEN. CHARLES (FORMER GOV.) 
THE PIRATE'S REVENGE 

EDGERLT, JOHN -4, OR. 

4 NAMED TO STUDENT GROUP 

EOGE'TON, Fc) J, 

TICKETED OFFICIAL THREATENS TO AX CONVENTION PLANS 

OFFICIAL MISSES MARK 

REPRIMAND GIVEN OVER TICKET CASE 

Fi-ANOS. MARY JOSEPHINE (CHAPEL HILLI 
OPITuARY 
OJlfUART 

FOMISTFN. RUFuS 

0»UG ■TRAFFIC SHIFT NOTED IN F?UR STATES 

£DMIST=N SATS LEGISLATURE VIOLATED STATE CONSTITUTION WITH 2 ACTIONS 

INJUNCTION ISSUED AGAINST FIRM 

E1MISTEN SENDS LETTER URGING t £S I GNAT IONS 

ROTALL RAPS £?.HISTEN FOR STATE PANEL RULING 

R1TALL ?EFIANT, <£E=S BUDGET 5ANEL ^N TRACK 

HAS LEGISLATORS' POWER ERODED? 

SCRAP IRONT 

Of RUFUS AND 'OTALL. POLITICS AND POWER 

HUNT CLAIMS FINAL AUTHQRITT ON BUDGET DECISIONS 

EOMISTEV RAPS LACK OF COO°ERation 

SIX N.C. FIRMS INDICTED in water PROJECTS PROBE 

EOMISTEN WANTS LARGER STAFF 

1984 CAMPAIGN POT FULL OF NAM?S 

RUFUS EOMISTEN ADVOCATES P0RN3GRAPHT CRACKDOWN 

CRIMINALS WHN'T 5E OE'ERRED 3T arm; lAwS 

P"RNOGRAPMT HAS 3EC0ME BIG BUSINESS 

RECEPTION IS SCHEDULED FOR E0"ISTEN 

EOMISTEN RECERTION SLATED TONIGHT 

EOMISTEN'S FANS 

EDMISTE'l: MILEAGE ROLLBACK IS PROBLEM 

PROSECUTOR REiJUEST IS DENIED 

VIOLENT CRI-ES UP IN N.C. 

N.C. CAN 3L0CK CREDIT CARD MEMBERSHIP FEES 

EOMISTEN TO SEEK RORNOGRAPHY LAW 

N.C. -UPOERS 3R0P 12. SX DURING 1981 

VIOLENCE SAID LINKED TO GANGS 

FAST ACTION NFEOEO TO CURB CYCLE GANGS 

MANOATORY-SENTENCTNG EFFECTS 3N CRIME DISPUTED 

MANOATORY SENTENCES ARE DEBATED 

CHECKS "AILED 

DEMOCRATS DEFENO N.C. EMPLOYEE CAMP AIGNERS 

EOMISTEN HITS mEASuRED-RaTE TELEPHONE SERVICE PROPOSAL 

VIOLENT CRIME RISES IN N.C. 

FO"ONOS. ABRAHAM L. REV. (H£N0ERS0N1 
PERJURY CHARGE FILED ON MINISTER 

ECONOS. HELEN 

HISTORIAN RECEIVES NATIONAL AJARD 

DR. hFlEN EDMONDS TO BE H0N0R?3 BY OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 

HAYTI GROUP SEEKS COMMUNITY EFFORT 

EDUCATORS HONOR TWO FROM NCCU 

HATTI CORP. SALUTES TRIO 

MAYTI RECEIVES ALMOST S3. 000 

EDMONDS hONORFO 

DURHAM WOMEN GET NATIONAL RECOGNITION IN '32 

EOMQNSTCN. RUSS 

MIGRANT AID GROUPS HIT STATE EFFORTS 
WPRK HAS BEGUN ON PCS LANDFILL 

ED"UNOSON, OORSEY (GARNER I 

TOURNEY NOTES: E0muNDSON=T0wE' 

EDWARD. "ATTHEW JR. 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 WITH CUG VIOLATIONS 

FIVE Charged in o»ug raid 















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H 2 9/22/82 A 4 E 

H 2 12/03/92 A 5 L 

H 2 5/08/92 A 4 E 

S 2 7/19/92 A 7 N 



H 2 


1/04/92 


3 


5 


N 




S 2 


1/05/92 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


1/06/92 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


6/09/92 


C 


10 







H 2 


6/10/92 


C 


16 







H 2 


10/02/92 


5 


e 


N 




H 2 


1/21/92 


3 


2 


N 




H 2 


2/02/82 


B 


12 


N 




H 2 


2/23/92 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


2/26/82 


A 


1 


P N 




M 2 


2/27/32 


3 


12' 


N 


553 


H 2 


2/29/82 


C 


1 


F 


G53 


H 2 


2/29/82 


D 


4 


c 




S 2 


3/02/92 


A 


4 


P 




H 2 


3/04/92 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


3/12/82 


C 


18 


N 




H 2 


3/16/92 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/19/92 


c 


18 


N 




H 2 


3/22/92 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


3/31/»2 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


4/01/32 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


4/03/92 


A 


4 


c 




S 2 


5/12/82 


C 


1 


P N 




H 2 


5/13/82 


3 


2 


N 




H 2 


5/14/82 


A 


6 


p P 


S76 


S 2 


5/14/82 


C 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


6/03/82 


A 


17 


N 




S 2 


6/15/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/02/92 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


7/03/92 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


7/29/32 


3 


1 


N 




M 2 


3/05/92 


C 


9 


N 




S 2 


3/12/92 


A 


4 


c 




S 2 


3/13/92 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


8/14/92 


3 


12 


N 




S 2 


9/09/82 


C 


11 


N 




S 2 


9/09/82 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


12/09/92 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


12/21/92 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/23/82 


A 


17 


N 




S 2 


9/10/92 


3 


1 


P F 


A15 


H 2 


10/23/32 


C 


12 


N 




S 2 


ll/04/»2 


A 


I 


N 


<90 


H 2 


11/05/92 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


11/14/82 


A 


ID 


N 




S 2 


11/19/32 


A 


Q 


N 


K90 


S 2 


11/22/92 


3 


4 


N 




S 2 


12/29/82 


3 


1 


R F 





H 2 2/25/82 A 20 
H 1 6/23/92 3 1 



S 2 12/29/92 D 2 R U C09 



S 2 7/3l/»2 A 1 
H 2 3/01/82 A 9 



N 
P 


E 


DATE 


S 

E 
C 


I T 

L Y 

PG L P 


H 


2 


l/l«i/82 


A 


8 


H 


1 


11/12/82 


B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/0''/82 


C 


2 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PACE 89 

l/Ol/aa - 12/31/82 1/17/83 



EDWARDS. ALBERTA SIKMQNS 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS. ALEX (RALEIGH) 

2 •ABU CHARGED IN TRUCK THEFT 

EDWARDS. ANNIE MAE ICHAP5L HILLI 
OBITUARY 

5DWAR0S. 8ERNAR0 (9UNN) 

STO"E OPERATOR COUND SLAIN H 2 12/13/32 A 10 

BUNN GROCER FOUND SLAIN: TWO : HARGEO ■ H 1 12/1V92 3 1 

=DWA»OS. BESSIE EDITH HEAOEN 

J3ITUARY H 2 10/13/32 A 8 

EDWARDS, BOSEY LEE 

CRASH INJURES MAN SLIGHTLY 
MAN HURT IN rfRECK 

EDWARDS. CHRIS 

•MOONIE' CALLS TIME WITH CULT -A TRAGEDY- 

EDWARDS. DAN K. JR. 

DAN EDWARDS. RON STEPHENS FILE IN DURHAM DISTRICT ATTORNEY RACE 

ALLEN, READ TO ADD NAMES TO COUNTY ELECTION LIST 

PARKING TICKET DELAYS TRANSFER 

A HERITAGE PRESERVED IN A HOME 

JUDGE CANDIDATE: DA ASKED ME TO RESIGN 

CHANEY RESIGNS JOS, FILES FOR DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIP 

EDWARDS REPRESENTS DURHAM COUNTY 

EDWARDS SAYS SPEEDY TRIAL LAW BRINGS 'SWIFT AND SURE' JUSTICE 

AREA COLLEGE STUDENTS NAMED TO HONOR ROLLS 

EOWAROS SAYS CASE HANDLED SPEEDILY 

DINNER SET TONIGHT FOR OA EDWARDS 

EDWARDS: STEPHENS DISMISSED CASES 

CANDIDATES iJENCE OVER PLEA BARGAINS 

BAIL PONDS FOR REPEATERS CALLED A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD 

WILLIAM H. MURDOCK ENDORSES OA N EOWAROS 

WILLIAM H. MURDOCK ENDORSES DAN EOWAROS 

JUDGE: PHOTO NOT ENDORSEMENT 

JUDGE SAYS HE'S NOT ENDORSING EDWARDS 

FINALLY GOT HIM 

EDWARDS. SON TAKE OATHS 

DETECTIVE: VANDALISM BONDS TOO HIGH 

DETECTIVE SAYS BONO TOO HIGH 

EDWARDS: VANDALISM TO BE TAKPI SERIOUSLY 

STUDY: DURHAM DUI CONVICTION 'ATE LOWEST IN TRIANGLE 

MASKED MAN TRIES TO SHOOT EDWARDS 

EDWARDS TELLS OF GUNMAN'S HAM"ER CLICK 

NO LEADS ON GUNMAN <H0 CONFRONTED OA 

CHANGES MADE IN HANDLING OF DRUNKEN DRIVING CASES 

SECURITY NEEDED FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

STEPHENS ATTACKS EDWARDS' REC3RD ON OUIS 

STEPHFNS: DUI PLEAS TOO EASY 

JUDGE OISAVPWS HIS PHOTOGRAPH IN DA'S BROCHURE 

HOSGOOO UNSUrlE ABOUT PICTURE 

MALONE LOSES CLAIM TO PLEA BARGAIN 

NAACP LAWYER TO AID PROSECUTION 

NAACP LAWYER TO AID OFFICIALS IN PROSECUTION 

EDWARDS CITES CHANGES DURING HIS TE»M AS D.A. 

LAS'ITEO 5EBUTS EDWARDS ON SCANDAL 

CORRECTION 

RE-ELECT DAN EDWARDS DISTRICT ATTORNEY ... 

OA'S RACE DRAWS BIGGEST SPENDERS 

DAN EDWARDS DECLARES WAR ON VIOLENT CRIME 

DAN EDWARDS GUARANTEES A CITIZEN'S RIGHTS 

DA CAMOIDATES LEAD IN SPENDING FQR COUNTY RACES 

VOTERS' ALLIANCE: 'CHOICE YOURS' IN DA RACE 

RETIRED POLICE OFFICERS ENDORSE OAN EDWARDS 

BLACK LAWYERS 0UE5TI0N CANDIDATES FOR OA'S OFFICE 

CINOIOATES FOR DURHAM D.A. SPEAK 

FORMER ASSISTANT OA SEEKING TOP POSITION 

CANDIDATES FIELD OUERIES ON CENTER, ERA. CRIME 

SLACK LAWYERS ENDORSE STEPHENS 

DAN EDWARDS: TOGETHER. . .WE HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL 

CITIZENS PACK VOTERS' FORUM 

1«ff!;Pc'' !l^c fS'.Ji;??'*'-^ 'iH^-. ^'^ EDWARDS. DURHAM'S DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

/ife'lSi^ "p^SlL^^lrilc^GRoSK! o?°§Al|"?o5fii?"" '""^"^ 

Gnro'oSR^^SM^Sjn^^^yj^NSS? ^5^^;j|^S'= "-''-^" ^"""^^ district ATTORNEY H 2 

BLACK GROUP ENDORSES CIVIC CENTER 

STEPHENS WINS DA'S RACE NARROWLY 

STEPHENS: WIN IN DA'S RACE AN 'UPHILL BATTLE' 

ELECTION IRONY 

STEPHENS STILL SAVORING DISTRICT ATTORNEY VICTORY 

BLACK GROUP FILES PRIMARY FUNDS REPORT 

DURHA- COMMITTEE COLLECTS HOR? THAN iS.DOO 

MOST ;;ONEY SPENT IN RACE FOR -DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S SEAT 

DA'S RACE MOST EXPENSIVE IN DURHAM COUNTY PRIMARY 

JAILER ACCUSED OF SELLING GUN 

MAJOR ENDORSEMENTS. . .1932: ICARTOONI 

Jf ■VI?r-}'*^iS?y.^''*'"<5 CONFLICT 3ETWEEN POLICE. SHERIFF'S STAFF 

DISTRICT ATTJRNEY SUSPENDS Ou' HAM COUNTY MAGISTRATE 

CITY MANAGER DEFENDS JAILER P' OBE 

IS PLEA BARGAINING BENEFITING VICTIMS' 

F""!;, 9»Sr5 OUTCOME DEPENDS ON PRINCIPALS 

5 ASSISTANT OA'S TO STAY 

EDWARDS. OAN K. SR. 

EOr.ARDS, SON TAKE OATHS 

EOWAROS, DANNY 

EDWARDS TAKES IT EASY, CLAIMS GGO BY ONE 
EDWARDS CITES UNUSUIL NATURE OF GOLF IN WIN 

EDWARDS, DON 

SUBSCRIBER SHELTERS PAPER CARRIER 

EDWARDS, FPANK IROXBOROI 

PERSON PIGEONS TO BE POTSHOT 

EDWARDS, HAROLD ODIS SR. ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

MAN JAILED IN SLAYING 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS, HAROLD ZEL JR. 

CAR HITS BUILDING. KILLS MAN 

CAR HITS STORE; BYSTANDER KILLED 

FATALITY HEARING FRIDAY 

EDWARDS, HUBERT LEROY 
OBITUARY 



H 2 


U/05/82 A 


13 


N 


S 2 


11/D5/82 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/0*/82 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


1/05/82 8 


1 


P N 


S 2 


1/05/82 a 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


1/06/82 3 


1 


N 351 


H 2 


1/10/82 E 


1 


P F B30 


H 2 


1/27/82 B 


I 


N B51 


S 2 


1/27/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/24/32 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/0A/R2 C 


I 


P N U57 


H 2 


3/U/32 a 


4 


P N 


H 2 


3/18/82 A 


I 


N 351 


H 2 


3/20/»2 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


3/25/82 C 


I 


P N U57 


H 2 


3/26/82 3 


1 


N 371 


H 2 


3/29/32 A 


1 


G B51 


S 2 


3/3D/32 A 


6 


P A 


H 2 


3/3 /32 A 


5 


P A 


H 2 


3/3 /82 a 


I 


P N 


S 2 


3/3 /32 A 


2 


N 


S 2 


<>/03/32 C 


1 


P P T37 


S 2 


<>/15/e2 A 


17 


N 


H 2 


'./16/82 a 


1 


N A54 


S 2 


<./l6/82 C 


4 


N 


S 2 


<./l9/»2 A 


1 


N 'J57 


H 2 


4/22/32 8 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


<./22/82 A 


1 


P N U57 


H 2 


4/23/82 A 


1 


P N 351 


H 2 


4/23/82 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/29/82 a 


1 


N 951 


H 2 


5/02/82 D 


5 


L 


H 2 


5/07/32 a 


I 


N 951 


S 2 


5/D7/82 A 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/13/32 B 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


5/13/82 C 


I 


N 


H 2 


5/18/82 a 


I 


N 351 


H 2 


6/04/32 B 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


6/04/32 A 


10 


N 


H 2 


6/11/82 C 


16 


N 


H 2 


6/12/»2 3 


1 


N B51 


H 2 


6/15/32 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


6/20/82 A 


10 


P A 


S 2 


6/22/82 B 


1 


N S33 


H 2 


6/22/82 a 


14 


P A 


H 2 


6/23/92 A 


11 


P A 


H 2 


6/23/82 A 


14 


N 351 


H 2 


6/23/82 a 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/24/32 A 


5 


P A 


H 2 


6/24/82 B 


1 


N 351 


S 2 


6/24/92 A 


14 


N 


S 2 


6/24/82 C 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


6/25/82 E 


1 


N L41 


H 2 


6/25/32 A 


1 


N 351 


H 2 


6/25/82 A 


6 


P A 


S 2 


6/25/82 C 


1 


N F30 


H 2 


6/26/82 A 


12 


P A 


H 2 


6/26/82 3 


3 


P A 


H 2 


6/27/82 


1 


P N 351 


H 2 


6/23/°2 B 


4 


P A 


S 2 


6/23/92 A 


I 


-1 X16 


H 2 


6/29/82 A 


1 


N G53 


H 2 


6/30/92 A 


I 


N 351 


S 2 


6/30/32 A 


1 


N U57 


H 2 


7/01/92 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


7/01/82 a 


1 


N 351 


H 2 


7/09/92 a 


1 


N G53 


S 2 


7/09/32 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


7/12/92 A 


1 


P N F30 


H 2 


7/13/82 a 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/14/92 A 


1 


N A54 


H 2 


7/14/92 A 


4 


T T 956 


H 2 


7/15/82 A 


1 


N A54 


S 2 


7/16/92 A 


1 


N F30 


H 2 


7/20/82 A 


1 


N S51 


H 2 


11/09/92 A 


1 


G 


H 2 


11/09/82 A 


1 


G 


S 2 


11/12/82 a 


4 


N 


S 2 


4/15/92 A 


17 


N 


H 2 


4/05/82 B 


2 


P N POT 


H 2 


4/05/82 B 


4 


N Pa7 


S 2 


1/15/82 C 


1 


N 003 


H 2 


2/11/82 3 


I 


N H60 


H 2 


6/14/82 3 


6 





H 2 


6/15/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/15/82 3 


5 





H 2 


4/06/82 A 


1 1 


' P M66 


H 2 


4/06/82 3 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/06/92 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/22/82 8 


7 






MONTHLr/AN 



HU*L INDEX 

1/01/32 - 12/31/82 



PAGE ■'0 

1/17/ai 



N E 
P D 



C PC L P 9yL 



EDWAROSi J. GLENN I LEE CD.) 

SANFQBO CHAfBES PRESENTS AWARDS 

EDUA8DS. JAMES (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

■^awAROS, JAMES ISECT'Y. TF ENERGVl 
EHWAROS PRAISES NUCLEAR POWER 

EDwaRDS-BAC!<EO COMPANY TO OPP=R LONG-OI ST ANCE PHQNE SERVICE TO 
ONE-WAY TICKET 

EDWARDS. JEFFREY ALLAN IRALEIGH) 

RALEIGH MAN KILLED IN PLANE CASH 

EDWARDS. JOSEPH T. 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS. LUKIE 3PA0SHER (Chapel hilli 

AUTOPSY TO DETERMINE CAUSE OF CHAPEL HILL WOMAN'S DEATH 

ACCIDENT VICTIM HAD HEART ATTACK 

OFFICIAL: LUKIE EDWARDS DIED OF A HEART ATTACK 

EDWARDS. LYNDELL BORIS (CHAPEL HILL) 

CHAPEL HILL MAN DIES AFTER ASSAULT 

EDWARDS. MARY JANE WHITE (RANDLEMAN) 

QLO TRINITY'S JOURNEY TO DUKE UNIVERSITY 

EDWARDS. MATTHEW JR. 

MAN HELD ON COCAINE. 'POT' CHARGES 

DURHAM MAN VILL FACE DRUG POSSESSION CHARGES 

BOND POSTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

EDWARDS. RALPH P. (EFLANOI 

MANY SUFFER SILENTLY FROM SPO' TS OVERDOSE 

=DWARDS. SADIE ELLINGTON 
OP I TUARY 

EDWARDS. SCOTT 

2N0 MORTGAGES ARE POPULAR 

EDWARDS. SEATON (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS. SMELTON LEVON (GARNERI 

GARNE' MAM FACES MULTIPLE CHARGES 
GARNER MAN i=ACES CHARGES 

EDWARDS. SUSAN (KINGSTON. PA.] 
DENTISTS VS. HYGIENISTS 

EDWARDS. THOMAS D. (CHAPEL HILLJ 

MAN HIT WITH 'ASE3ALL BAT DIES 
CHAPEL HILL M«N DIES AFTER ASSAULT 
MURCE= HEARING JUNE 2<. 
STUDENT INDICTED IN SLAYING 

JURY iMciCTs Chapel mill stuo'=nt in bat death 

TESTIMONY ENDS IN MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH GRID AC5UITTED IN MAN'S DEATH 

JURY FINDS CHAPEL HILL YOUTH 10T GUILTY IN DEATH OF NUNN 

EDWARDS. WILLI'M T. (HENOERSONI 

MAN VOWS TO CONTINUE FJGHT AGAINST SEWER OUTFALL LINE 
JUDGE GRANTS AN INJUNCTION ON OUTFALL LINE 

EOWARDSON. CLAIRE 

00(4'T RELEASE VICTIM'S MAME 

=GERTON. CLARK H. 
OBITUARY 

EHLE. JOHN (WINSTON-SALEMI 
THE LITERARY LANTERN 
NEW EHLE novel: MOUNTAIN MAGi: 

EILBi^R. CHARLES "CHUCK" 

SCHOOL AWAITING FIRST GRADUATES 

MATH SCHOOL SEEKS LOWER STUDENT RATIO 

MATH SCHOOL MINORITY ENROLLMENT RISES 

STATE TO REAP BENEFITS OF SCIJNCE. MATH SCHOOL 

HUNT ORAISES MATH SCHOOL 

MATH SC"OOL STARTS 3RD YEAR 

COMMUNITY TO RESCUE 

OPGANIZATIDNS HEL=ED SCIENCE. MATH SCHOOL 

EILBER. JANET 

DURHAM DANCER HAS MOVIE ROLE 
'WHOSE LIFE' POWERFUL FILM 

EINSTEIN. ALBERT 

A MODEST STATUE: 



H I 2/2A/82 3 I 



H 2 8/24/82 a 



I/26/B2 
3/12/82 
3/27/82 



S 2 7/D''/82 A 



H 2 10/21/82 A 22 



12/2D/82 
12/21/82 
12/21/32 



17 
7 



H 2 6/03/82 A IC 



H 2 5/02/82 C I 



H 2 4/19/82 A 12 
S 2 4/19/82 C 2 
H 2 4/20/82 3 12 



S 2 9/25/82 A 4 L 

H 2 3/23/82 6 5 

S 2 7/09/82 A 1 N S33 

H 2 l/ia/82 a 4 



S 2 8/30/92 A 2 
H 2 8/31/52 A 3 



N 



H 2 


2/22/82 


A 


4 


L 




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


6/07/82 

6/08/82 

6/03/82 

8/05/82 

3/05/82 

10/13/82 

10/14/82 

10/14/32 


c 

A 
B 
3 
A 
A 
a 

A 


1 
10 

1 
1 

10 
13 

1 
5 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


W36 

046 
346 


H 2 
H 1 


1/07/82 
1/29/82 


A 
3 


9 

1 


N 

N 


L30 



H 2 4/11/82 D 5 L 

H 2 6/27/82 C 6 

S 2 3/27/82 A 20 u 

H 2 11/07/82 3 P U H45 



1/06/82 
1/23/82 
6/05/82 
3/12/82 
9/02/32 
9/13/82 
9/20/82 
9/27/82 



008 
008 
E05 
EOS 
W24 
EOS 



S 2 

S 2 



1/25/12 C 1 
2/04/82 D 10 



"ATH SCHOOL SIVEN TINY MODEL FOR SCULPTURE OF EINSTEIN H 2 10/22/82 3 1 



EISENHOwFR. CwIGHT 0. 

EISENHOWER AIDE 3RIN&S NEW LI;hT TO 'CRUCIAL DAYS' 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: MOMENTS IN HISTORY 

=L - KHOURI, JOE 

CHEROKEE COUNTY MAN WORRIES ABOUT HIS RELATIVES IN 3EIRUT 

ELAM. JOHNNY 

ELAM'S PATIENCE GETTING TOUR'S TEST 

ELDER. PAUL 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH SPEAKING INTO 2 HOMES 
DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED IN BREA<-INS 

=LDER3AUM. ARTHUR KING 
03ITUARY 

ELIAOIS. ELIAS N. 
OBITUARY 

ELIASON. JOHN E. REV. (BURLINGTONl 

SCIENCE AND THE ai3L£ DON'T have tq CLASH 
UNC FANS. ITS COACH NOT SO PERFECT 

EVOLUTION AND RELIGION 
RABBI WRONG ON IBORTIDN 

CITY Should have "EDical muspjm 

CHURCHES OVERLOOKING CURRENT tONFLICTS 
A LINE "UST 3E DRAWN 

ELIZABETH II, DUEEN 

THAT CHATTERBOX WAS THE QUEEN 
THE OUEEN AND THE PROWLER 



2 3/29/82 3 r u H49 
2 U/2D/82 e 1 1 U 



H 2 7/22/82 A 15 



H 2 4/04/82 3 4 p F P07 



2 12/11/82 A 
2 12/12/82 C 



N 



H 2 10/03/62 C 6 
H 2 a/13/82 C 6 



1/14/82 
2/21/82 
2/29/82 
3/36/82 
3/31/°2 
11/17/82 
12/06/''2 



6/09/82 
7/16/92 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



THE PUSSYCAT AND THE CUEEN (C4RT00N1 

OUEEN TO VISIT fORMER C0L9NY7 

ROYAL WOES 

THE SCRIPT(URei ACCQROING TO THE WHITE HOUSE 

DEAREST KOO FROM THE QUEEN ICARTQONI 

ELKINS. A. COOLIPGE 

INFOR"ATION PROGRSM LAUNCHED ?Y AIRPORT 

ANSWERS SAID KEY IN BOND VOTE 

EXPANDING AIRPORT GOOD INVEST'ENT 

DURHAM AUTO DEALER MAKES ADJUSTMENTS TO STAY PROFITABLE 

ELKINS CREDITS CUSTOMERSt HAR3 wa"K 

ELKINS SHUNS CRYING TOWEL 

AIRPORT OFFICIALS TO HOLD THE LINE NEXT FISCAL YEAR 

FOLKS AROUNO "ERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

ROU SOAPO BACKS TRADE ZONE 1 0= A 

AUTHORITY RE-ELECTS ELKINS AS CHAIRMAN 

HUNT SAYS ROU HAS "COME OF AG= ■ 

HUNT CALLS »0U SIGN OF GROWTH IN TRIANGLE AREA 

LOW BIOS ON RDU RUNWAY HELP PROGRESS OF PROJECT 

ROU HEAD RESIGNS 

ROU AIRPORT DIRECTOR QUITS 

ROU'S IMPORTANCE RECOGNIZED 

ELKINS. CANDY 

SLOW START DID NOT DELAY THE MARRIAGE 

ELKINS. JACK (CHATHAM CO.l 

FOR CHATHAM MAN. IT WAS LIKE DLO TIMES 

ELKINS. ROD 

NOTHING FANCY. ^UT DROP-BACK ATTACK NEW IN '82 FOR UNC 

TAR HEELS WIN BIG. BUT LOSE ELKINS 

PHYSICIAN: ELKINS MAY MISS MQNTH OF ACTION 

UNC LINEUP: TB 9RYANT IN, ELKINS "AYBE 

A OUARTEREACK DILEMMA 

ELKINS UNC'S STARTER AT QB 

CRUM SETTLES UNC QB 'PROBLEM' 

A SIDELINE SMILE TO BRIGHTEN MONDAY 

NO MORE F00T3ALL: THE NOTION SINKING INTO ELKINS, SLOWLY 

ELKINS. TED AND SUSAN 

TEA I. TOUR: THREE FINE HOMES ON DISPLAY 

ELLEOGE. WARREN 

STAFF HONORS PRINCIPAL 

ELLEFSON. CHRISTINE DALE IGASTONIAI 

KIDNAP VICTIM. 5, FOUND UNHARMED 

ELLEN, JOE R. JR. IRALEIGh) 

i^£"!;S''fS= ^'■° HYDROELECTRIC PLANT MAY GENERATE AGAIN 
OLD POWER PLANT TO CRANK UP MONDAY 

ELLER. ROMMIF GEORGE 

NOTES ON DOORS AND WINDSHIELDS SPARKED ROMANCE 

ELLINGTON, BENNY (HENOSRSONl 

TWO CHARGED WITH SHOOTING INTO CAR 

ELLINGTON, FORREST HIGHT (HENDERSON! 
FORMER VANCE OFFICIAL DIES 

ELLINGTON, JOHN L. 

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

=LLINGTON, LARRY (NAPERVILLE. ILL. I 

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

ELLINGTON. LESSIE LEESELLE (CARR80RQI 
OniTUARY 

ELLINGTON, NELL 
OBITUARY 

ELLINGTON, RICHARD (CARRPOROI 
ALDERMEN CLOSE DOORS 

^?,2''?9?9,i'-''E''"E^' PLAN CLOSED MEETING JUNE 16 

2ND SESSION ON MANAGER SET NEXT WEEK 

CARRSORO MANAGER'S ACCUSERS ENUMERATE THEIR CHARGFS 

C4RRB0R0 30ARD VOTES 4-3 TO CLEAR MiNAGER <^"*''<^ES 

HUNTER ANSWERS CHARGES 

=LLIOT, PAUL L. 

EDITORIAL ON ANTI-NOISE LAW MISLEADING 

ELLIOTT, BENJAMIN WILSON JR. 
ORITUARY 

ELLIOTT, BETTE 

LEAniNG°lY"ExSMPLE'^^"^ "'^" PROBLEMS FIND JOBS 

ELLIOTT, BILL 

fP^iFJI ly?^')^S5J2*t!;i^'^?"'''° CAPTURE FIRST WORLD 600 
ELLIOTT SEES CHANCE FOR WIN EVAPORATE 

FLLIOTT, BUMP 

ELLIOTT GETS JLL-STAR JOB 

^Unr fkir.l^'''' ^^^ "O" EAST-WEST ALL-STAR GAME 
'DOG r-ONE 

NEW FACES MUST CARRY LOAD AT DHS 
^^SEASON^I^NoiSN ■^^"^^ °'' ^"°«^*« OF BODIES 

FLLIOTT, CLARA DAVIS 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ELLIOTT, DAVID MARCUS JR. 
OBITUARY 

^Ll-IIJTT, ESTELLE MCCOY (ATLANTA, GA . I 

ELLIOTT, HELEN KENNEnr 

FAYETTEVILLE ST. PRINCIPAL NAMED 
HAMMONDS APPLAUDS MIKE 

ELLIOTT, JOHN INGRAM JR. 

VICE OFFICERS ARREST TWO 

ELLIOTT, JOHNNY 

THREE MEN SHOT 















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9/15/82 


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9/28/82 


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S 2 11/25/82 A 24 P P T37 
H 2 12/29/82 A 14 N 



H 1 2/27/82 B 1 
H 1 6/12/82 3 1 



H 2 4/04/82 E 2 o F 830 
H 1 5/25/82 B 1 N 
H 2 1/23/82 B 6 



M 2 12/17/82 C 12 M N A54 
S 2 12/17/82 C 8 N 



H 2 12/17/82 C 12 M N 454 
S 2 12/17/32 CBN 



H 2 3/02/82 3 7 
H 2 7/16/82 C 6 P 



H 2 6/09/82 A 7 

S 2 6/09/82 A 3 

H 2 6/10/82 A 23 

H 2 6/13/82 C I 

H 2 6/17/82 B 1 

S 2 6/17/82 A 5 



S 2 4/01/82 A 4 
H 2 9/14/82 B 9 



N 

N W36 

N 

N M23 

N W35 

N W36 



S 2 2/25/82 3 1 ' F 
S 2 4/13/82 A 4 E 



H 2 5/31/82 3 2 N 591 
H 2 5/31/82 B 3 N 591 



S 2 2/18/82 C 3 P N 

S 2 7/22/82 B 1 U C09 

S 2 3/11/82 3 P P M66 

S 2 8/16/82 1 1 P U C09 

H 2 a/22/82 G 9 N 

H 2 10/29/82 C 1 o U M71 



H 2 10/24/82 C ? 
H 2 10/25/82 B 7 



H 2 4/15/82 A 14 
H 2 1/08/82 C 6 



H 2 12/14/82 B 1 P N 

5 2 12/14/82 A 8 N EOS 



H 2 2/04/82 A 13 
H 2 10/31/32 C 1 



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r< N U » L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



P*GE 1Z 
1/17/83 



SHOOTING VICTIF^S »T 0UK6 HOSPITAL 
ELLIOTT, ;]E^|IE,|'|.ujj|^gjjjjl^ ,5 .^„g [jj^g Q.j T„g ji^g. 

= LLIOTT, -lICHieL LEWIS I3L4DENBOR01 
TUO MLLEO IN WECKS 

=LLIOTT, RICKT 15iLEIGH) 

REPORT nn CiNDY SAn PALSE 

-'■'-'°5;J»K*^2n yfs'?5-;;iiR"sENTENCE =0R ORUG trafficking 
OURHAW -AN GETS 30-YEAR TER" 

ELLIOTT, RGNAN FRANKLIN 
OBITUARY 

=LLIOTT, wOOOROK WILSON 
OBITUARY 

-'-'-"spI?!a^ ^"l^riivf VIhIm A VERY SPECIAL FRIENDSHIP 

FLLIS, BEATRICE 9R0MNING 
OBITUARY 

^'■'"''fEbI 1972: NUON IN CHINA, NEJ SKYSCRAPER ON DURHAM HORIZON 

!]J?S^ i'-EToitTsWl irCRE{2a2f^S¥'5ETE in lions club INDUSTRIES 

SFNIOR CITIZENS TO HEAR ELLIS 

ELLIS: ASC WORKERS WANT UNION 

A = C BOARD wHRKERS SEEK yq jO I-i UNION 

APC STOOE -DRKERS SEEK RAISE, CHANGES 

=LLIS, CARSON (VANCE CO. I 

VANCE ABC BOARD CH»IR"»N NAMED 

FLLIS, CLARENCF "ELVIN (HENDERSON) 
-"-'-'^^e^DEPSCN MAN F»CES CHARGE DF EMBEZZLEMENT 
MAN IS AC:uITTEO OF E"3EZ2L£MENT 

'"'-'■'^IxJImplOYEE files lawsuit AGAINST DUKE 

ELLtS, ELEANOR HALL 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS, ELIZAOETH MAE 
OBITUARY 

FLLt^, -VA (BAHAMA) 

MONEY CAN'T 3UY AFFECTION. SECURITY 

LOOSE TONGUES RUIN IN-LAW RELATIONSHIPS 

ALCOHOLICS NEED HELP AND SUPP:'RT 

GOSSIP GROWS AS IT TRAVELS 

GREATEST GIFTS STILL AROUND 

OLD WISDOM NOT WISE 

JESUS' HU-BLE BIRTH IS A LESSON FOR JS ALL 

ELLIS, GEORGE J. 0» . 

DIABETES FOCUS OF TALK 

=LLIS, J. P. 
OeiTuARY 

ELLIS, KATIE PETERSON I MORR IS V I LL El 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS, LAWRENCE T. JR. 

JNC SENIOR RECEIVES RHODES SCHOLARSHIP 
UNC SENIOR GETS RHODES SCHOLARSHIP 

=LLIS, NAPOLEON (BAHAMAI 
OBITUARY 

FLLIS, PAMELA (ORANGE CO.) 

EMPLOYEE'S GRIEVANCE DISMISSED 

ELLIS, SANDY 
OBITUARY 

=LLI^, T. w. "TOM" JR. (HENDERSON! 

ZZNH HOUSE DISTRICT FIELD GROWS TO FIVE 

FLLIS, THOMAS F. (CONGRESSIONAL CLJBI 
CLU" PLANS TO BACK JACK MARIN 

SRCUP HEADED BY HELMS, EAST T" AIR PROGRAM ON KG3 
RFBUBLICANS' CAMPAIGN TACTICS BLASTED 
STRATEGIST SAYS HELMS' DEFEAT WAS NOT TOTAL 
HELMS LETTER SCORES NETWORKS 

"'■'■ ORANGE FACTORY SPLIT OVER DURHAM RESERVOIR 

ELLIS, W. CARSON (VANCE CO. I 

VANCE ABC CHAIRMAN NOT REAPPOINTED 

ELLISON, CHRISTOPHER G. 

PRICE HIKES COUNTERPRODUCTIVE 

FLLISON. OAl,IEL 

ORAL HISTORY COURSE OFFERED 
HISTORY IS A TAPE RECORDER 

ELLISON, LINC6ERG 

MAN IN WRECK HOSPITALIZED 

HEAD-ON COLLISION SERIOUSLY INJURES DURHAM MAN 

MAN IN STABLE CONDITION 

FLLISON, ROBERT 

BOYS ACCUSED OF SHOOTING 
MAN IS SHOT 

ELMORE, ABE ( DUNN 1 

FORMER »ANAG£R IF HOTEL CONVICTED 

FL"ORe, FL'DORA BRYANT 
OBITUARY 

6LS»M, HAROLD G. (CHAPLAINI 

GREED IN CONGRESS ,,„ , „, 

HE'S NO LOVER OF LUSTY LITERATURE 
THIEVES HAD NO GRATITUDE 
WHO TAKES His PLACE? 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

S 2 11/01/92 A 5 N 

S 2 12/22/''2 5 I P F SIS 

H 2 9/l=)/B2 C 5 N 

H 2 11/06/82 A 5 N 



S 2 1/2D/82 A 1 
H 2 1/21/82 A IB 



H 2 6/03/92 A l<. 

M 2 ll/0<./32 C 17 

H 2 5/02/92 A 16 N 

H 2 8/01/B2 C <. 



H 2 2/22/32 3 1 U S36 

H 2 7/15/82 A 14 N 

ELECTIONS S 2 7/15/32 A 5 N 

S 2 9/09/92 e 6 N 

H 2 11/03/32 A 9 N 881 

S 2 U/03/92 A 20 N 

H 2 11/25/32 2 1 P N L<.l 



H 1 */07/32 B 1 



S 2 3/22/82 A 7 
H 1 5/22/62 5 1 



S 2 2/22/82 C 6 N 
H 2 11/13/82 C <. 
H 2 <./26/92 A 10 



S 2 2/19/82 A 4 L 

S 2 7/17/82 A 4 L 

S 2 7/31/32 A <. L 

S 2 9/04/82 A 4 L 

S 2 11/10/32 A 4 L 

S 2 U/25/92 A 4 F 

S 2 12/23/92 A 4 L 



S 2 2/25/82 C 1 N 
H 2 11/17/82 C 7 
H 2 6/14/32 8 6 



H 2 12/21/92 B 1 P N 
S 2 12/21/82 C 2 N 



M 2 2/24/82 A 11 

H 2 3/11/82 B 4 N M23 

H 2 6/15/82 6 5 

H 1 5/08/82 C 1 N J59 



H 2 8/11/92 5 1 N G53 

H 2 3/23/82 3 12 N 

H 2 9/29/32 B 12 N 

5 2 9/27/82 C 3 J 

H 2 10/13/82 A 8 N 



S 2 9/13/82 C 1 N K90 

H 1 7/07/82 a 1 N 

S 2 3/19/82 A 4 L 

S 2 6/03/92 6 N 

H 2 6/04/92 D I P F W66 



S 2 2/15/92 C I 
H 2 2/16/92 A 9 
S 2 2/16/82 B I 



H 2 11/24/92 A 3 
S 2 11/24/82 A 5 



H 2 2/27/92 A 5 
H 2 11/26/92 C 3 



H 2 2/16/92 A 4 

S 2 6/11/32 A 4 

H 2 B/19/32 A 4 

S 2 9/04/92 A 4 



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i'tO- NONTHLr/ANNU*L INOEX 9Y NAMES PAGE 'S 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 1/17/83 

S I T 
N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P I5YL 

OON'T FOLLOW PARTY 3LIN0LY H 2 10/16/82 A 4 L 

ELSEf GERALD FRANK 

OBITUARY H 2 9/07/82 A 16 

ELSINORE. WAPRE^( J. (CHAPEL HILLI 

□ RAMGC SHERIFF'S RACE IXPORTAMT H 2 3/09/82 A «. L 

ELVIN, MISSY 

GIRLS FIND MOUSE ON FIRE, PUT IT OUT H 2 7/22/82 A 20 N 

EMPRY, DARBELL LEE (KENTUCKY) 

MAN IS THROWN THROUGH WINDOW IF 30UGHNUT SHOP H 2 3/21/82 A 3 N 

EHERSQN. DOUG 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: JITH THE SPORTING SET H 2 <./0a/')2 3 1 D U 

EH"A. TOMMY 

POINT OF ATTACK S 2 1/07/82 C 2 P U 013 

INJURY SHAKES EMMA'S ANKLE ANT PRODUCTION H 2 3/02/82 3 2 P F M71 

EMMER. JACK 

LACROSSE SHOWS 'ARMADILLO' OODR H 2 5/02/82 3 7 N C52 

EMORY, BOBBY YATES I R AL E I GH I 

MOST '80 STATE CANDIDATES BROKE CHECKOFF FUNDS LAW H 2 1/02/82 A 8 N 

EMORY, ED 

ECU TURNS TO I-FORHATION H 2 8/22/82 G 19 N 

EMORY SAYS UNC SHOULD PLAY ECJ S 2 3/24/82 B A N 

EMORY SAYS PIRATES ARE 3ETTER TEAM S 2 9/15/82 DAN 

EMORY'S CONTRACT EXTENDED 2 YEARS H 2 10/22/82 C 2 N 

EMORY, MIKE 

THEY'RE ALL WINNERS H 2 7/01/82 D 1 N X07 

EMORY, RALPH LAME 

OBITUARY H 2 6/29/82 8 8 

EMORY, TIMOTHY LEE 

MAN SENTENCED IN SALOON AFFRAY H 2 A/23/82 A 17 N 

EMORY GETS 5 YEARS S 2 A/23/')2 A 6 N 

INMATE SENT TO RALEIGH AFTER LOSING DURHAM JOB H 2 9/15/82 A 12 N 851 

PRISONER TRANSFERRED TO RALEIGH S 2 9/15/82 C 2 N 

=NGELHARD, LUCY VIRGINIA 

2 APPLY FOR COUNCIL SEAT, INCLUDING FORMER MEMBER H 2 10/09/82 A 1 N S5l 
TWO SEEK COUNCIL SEATS S 2 10/09/82 A3 N K90 
COUNCIL SEAT VACANCY WILL BE =ILLED SOON S 2 10/11/82 C 1 N K90 
SPLIT SEEN IN COUNCIL SELECTION S 2 10/12/82 8 1 N K90 
WARD SEAT APPLICANTS INTERVIEWED H 2 lO/lA/82 SI N S51 
CONTRASTING PHILOSOPHIES MARK COUNCIL APPLICANTS S 2 10/14/82 C 1 N K90 
TEAM MEMBER? H 2 10/16/82 A 4 E 
WARD 6 SEAT CANDIDATE TO BE NAMED MONDAY S 2 10/16/82 A 1 N K90 
COUNCILMEN TO DISCUSS REPLACEMENT TONIGHT S 2 10/18/''2 C 1 N K90 
BOYD WON'T SEEK SEAT AGAIN S 2 10/19/82 A 1 N K90 
30YD "OWS OUT OF CONTEST FOR SEAT H 2 10/20/82 B 1 N S51 

3 BEAT WARD 6 DEADLINE H 2 11/06/82 9 1 N 
WARD 6 APPLICANTS DUE FOR INTERVIEW S 2 11/10/82 8 I N K90 
WARD 6 APPLICANTS SOUND OFF H 2 11/11/82 8 1 N S51 
CANDIDATES INTERVIEWED FOR WARD 6 VACANCY S 2 11/11/82 CI N K90 
30Y0'S COUNCIL 810 i=AILS: CANDIDATE FOR WARD 6 SEAT H 2 10/19/82 A I P N S51 

ENGELHART, KEITH ALLEN (CARRPOROl 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP H 2 6/05/92 B 14 N 

NO NEW INFORMATION AVAILABLE 3N DRUG RAIDS S 2 6/05/82 A 2 N 

ENGELLANO, CHIP 

LITTLE "AN LOOMS LARGER IN FACE OF THREE-POINTER H 2 5/20/82 1 P F M71 

NEW ACC RULES MADE TO ORDER FOR ENGELLAND S 2 5/20/82 B 1 P U 018 

ENGELMANN, RICK ICHAPEL HILLI 

ONE-SIDED DISARMAMENT WOULD BE DANGEROUS H 2 2/23/82 A 5 L 

ENGLAND, ARTHUR RANDOLPH "DUKE" 

•DUKE' ENGLAND H 2 12/26/82 A 10 

ENGLAND, BOBBY DR. (FOREST CITYI 

FAMILY OF 2-YEAR-OLD SIAMESE TWINS CELEBRATES A MIRACLE H 2 2/15/82 3 1 F 

ENGLEHART, MAX DISSETTE 

J5ITUARY H 2 7/01/82 C 16 

ENGLEMANN, RICHARD 

BROOER'S COLUMN SUPERFICIAL H 2 5/28/82 A 4 L 

BUDGET SANITY: MUST WE HAVE A OISATER? H 2 7/17/82 A 4 L 

ENGLISH, WALLY 

THE CANDIDATES: HANDICAPPING GUTTERS' LIST S 2 12/03/82 D 1 P U 013 

•^NNIS, SHELTGN 

EFFORTS BEGIN FOR A CLEAN COMMUNITY H 2 1/03/82 A 1 N M09 

CLEAN COMMUNITY OFFICERS WILL BEGIN TERMS ON JULY 1 S 2 6/02/82 C 14 P N 

DURHAM CAN BECOME A CLEANER COMMUNITY H 2 12/11/32 A 4 L 

EPiNCHIN, ALEX DR. 

TESTING DIRFCTORS MIXED ON WRITTEN REOUIREMENT S 2 5/12/82 C 1 N =05 

5i'«y§r=«'' ""CENT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS USE DRUGS S 2 5/14/82 CI N E05 

TfU rro^RT^ni InPiliSc"^" 5 2 6/23/82 CI N EOS 

TEST IS PART OF ROUTINE ; 2 10/08/82 C 1 N EOS 

EPPINETTE, CHUCK 

MIGRANT AID GROUPS HIT STATE EFFORTS H 2 2/25/82 A 2 (^ N 

EPPLEY, MIKE 

EPPLEY A TWO-SPORT STAR AT CLEMSON S 2 10/15/82 D 1 P N F25 

EPPS, GRACE (LUH8ERT0NI 

FOUR WOMEN VYING FOR UNC BOARD SEAT H 2 2/09/82 A 9 N G53 

FPPS, PRESTON HERSCHEL DR. 

JR. PRESTON EPPS, RETIRED UNC PROF AND GREEK SCHOLAR H 2 7/15/92 3 7 

EPSTEIN, A. WHARTON DR. 

A FRUSTRATING SEARCH FOR LI-OUSINE SERVICE H 2 3/10/82 A 4 L 

COVERAGE OF SHROUD STORIES OFFENSIVE H 2 4/28/»2 A 4 L 

A SHROUD DEBATE' „ | 5/15/82 A 4 L 

EPSTEIN, JAMES 

ON THE CUTTING EDGE H 2 9/05/82 DSL 

EPSTEIN, JULIUS J. 

0WENS8Y TO FILM REUBEN, REUBE-) H 2 11/13/82 A l 9 p N 

ERHARDT, RUSSELL J. ( W INSTON-SALEMl 

OFFICIALS SUSPEND LICENSE OF eAIL BONDING COMPANY S 2 8/24/82 B 12 1 



MONTML*/ANNU»L 

1/01/82 - 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



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1/17/83 



?SIC<SON. "AY 

PHOTO EXHIBIT 



=aiCSaN. L6IF 

LEIF FRICSON, 



A GADABOUT 



= SSKI.MG. CHARLES EUGESE (CONNELLY SPRINGS! 
2 3USKE HEN FACE -UROER CHAR&=S 

FRVIN, SA" IF0R1ER SENATTRI 

cRVIN IS SUBJECT 3F SERIES 



FRVIN MAS'SUGGESTIJNS FOR MXDN LI3RARY 

FPVIN s'pPCRIS "OST PARTS OF -cAGAN'S ECONOMIC "LAN 



ERA 



=PvtN SAYS MILITARY NFEDEO FQ^ PEACE 

E'VIN: H^GM Cri=T J.JSTiCES :iETER'<INEO TO |E DICTATORS 

A"E»ICA'S VOJTm 3IVE ERVIN HOPE =08 FUTURE 

Jpl-lrslNiTDR CRITICIZES AFFIRMATIVE ACTION. 

cRVIN ^APS TUITION PLAN 

E=VIN OPPOSES TUITION TAX CREDITS „„^., 

TUITION CPEDI-'S AND THE FIRST A-END-ENT 

frvIN: uaTERGATE'S LESSON NOT hEEOEO 

COMPETITION .(ILL ENO RECESSION, ERVIN SAYS 

ERVIN. nlLLIAM R. JR. , ,,, ,„„, 

SHOULD CYCLISTS BE TICKETED' , _, ,,„^„, 
ENFORCE TRAFFIC LAMS AGAINST ?IKE RIDERS 

-""'''SoRE^liAN SOFT DRINKS FLOWING AT WARRIOR H4LFTIMES 



RICHARD C. I JUDGE) 
•S. GRAND JURY 3EGINS PROBING 



JREENSBORO SHOOTINGS 



'""'"IpE^SI ll^rnltlSiV-lRADITION FOR ERWINS 

=«WIN. -ILLIAM R. JR. 

COUNCIL RIGHT ON FREcZE 

=SC09AR,^JPRGE^^^,^^ MUSEUM EXHIBITS <ITH STYLE 

^^''^'"DURHAM^PMYSICIANS STRESS VALUE OF CONTINUOUS CARE 
JUDGES SET TONE IN WAR ON OUIS 
■MONSTER' VISITS DURHAM 

CSIA'ION, "BOCMER" 

BOOMER ITCHING TO SHOW OFF OFFENSE 

=SPOSITO, OARCY ANN CHAVELOCK) 

ONE KILLED IN TRAIN-CAR CASH 

-SPOSITO.^^AM p^.jjj^ijj INFIELD POSSIBILITIES 
FIFTEEN WINNERS 

=STES> CATHERINE 

TREMENDOUS SUCCESS 

FSTES, HARVEY OR. 

FAMILY DOCTORS NEEDED 

=STES. JOSEPH C. JR. 
OBITUARY 

?STES, OLLIN LEE 
OBITUARY 

ESTILL. CQPEPT W.'EV. 

"tSClPAL bIshOP FR4SER ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION 

Ip'iSCCp'a'I: BliSalf LlIoERSHIp'^rSTLE TO FALL TO SPORTS FAN. CARTOONIST 

=THE9IDGE. MARY IHIGH POINT) 

HOUSE FIRE TAKES TmO LIVES 

CTMEPIOGE. RHY (POWELLS POINT) 

HIN PRESENTED HEROISM AWARD 



CTHRIOGE* H, MRS. 

annexation: a greedy GRAB BY 



HE CITY 



FTHRIDGE. WILLIE SNOW (CHATHAM COUNTY) 

- RCS = ARCHER. ^RI'^E' WIN NORTH :AR0LINA AWARDS __ 

AiASD-WINNING WRITER, MPS. ET-<RIDGE. DIES AT 82 

FTHPIPGE A RARE GEM 

WILLIE SNOW ETHRIOGE 

^TTENBFRGEP, MARILYN IHORSEH'AO, N. Y . ) 

2 N.Y. MEN KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH 

ETZROOT, TERESA 3ANTA 
OBI'^UAWY 

^"°^'%IOST°-90 STATE CANDIDATES BRO< £ CHECKOFF FUNDS LAW 
EURE HONORED 

""""-•posTlJ^nFFICIALS SAY 2 fl AL E I G>< WORKERS REASSIGNED BEFORE PROBE. . . 

=UPDUH»RT, ROSS CARTER 

MISSING DURHAM "AN SOUGHT 

FVANS, ANNE 

READING AND 



H 2 1/30/92 A 4 L 
H 2 10/OP/a2 A 4 E 
H 2 11/21/92 A 23 N 



S 2 4/10/P2 A 15,^- 

S 2 4/l2/n2 A 1 P F 057 

S 2 4/13/82 A 1 P G U57 

S 2 4/14/92 4 1 = -s-n 

S 2 4/l=/^2 A 1 » U57 

S 2 4/16/92 A I P G U57 

H 2 5/01/P2 A 5 = N 

S 2 5/03/92 C 3 N 

H 2 5/04/32 A 8 N 

H 2 5/OP/"2 3 4? 

H 2 6/13/82 A 17 => N 

5 2 3/18/82 C 13 P F 



H 2 5/27/82 A 5 
H 2 6/28/82 A 4 



U M71 



H 2 4/15/92 D 1 

M 2 3/23/82 A 12 N 

H 2 12/16/92 C 1 P F -95 

H 2 6/16/62 A 4 L 

S 2 12/11/92 A 3 = F M23 

H 2 2/14/92 C 4 F M24 

S 2 3/23/82 A 4 L 

5 2 11/03/92 3 1 P F J06 

S 2 10/28/92 B 1 P U F25 

H 2 5/22/82 A 5 N 

S 2 3/03/92 D 1 P G R66 

H 2 3/07/82 3 13 P F »71 



H 2 12/31/82 A 4 

H 2 5/2P/B2 A 4 

H 2 8/23/82 3 7 

H 2 9/30/32 5 



H 2 1/30/92 A 1 N 

S 2 1/30/92 4 6 P •! 

H 2 1/31/82 A 15 N 

H 2 2/13/82 A ID P F 420 



H 2 11/16/92 A 9 N 
H 2 2/19/92 A ID N 
H 2 7/11/92 D 4 L 



H 2 ll/05/»2 A 1 N 

H 2 12/15/92 A IPO 

S 2 12/16/92 A 4 E 

H 2 12/17/82 A 4 E 



H 2 3/20/82 e 4 
H 2 12/01/82 B 10 



H 2 1/02/82 A 8 
S 2 11/23/82 3 10 



"31 



RITING AND "RIThmETIC TAUGHT TO THE TUNE OF A LIVELY jIG. 



H 2 5/05/92 3 I 
H 2 3/06/82 C 1 N 
.. H 2 1/10/82 1 = F 1.30 



FVANS, BARRY 0. 

KEEP ALLEN AS SHERIFF 
PSO TRAINING RIGOROUS 



EVANS, BILL (SEATTLE) 

EVANS A "CHAMELEON' 



THOROUGH 
IN EASY MTVING CONCEPT 



H 2 4/12/92 A 
S 2 4/16/82 A 



EVANS. ^CCRA^ SHE'S STILL LIFE OF THE PARTY 
FIVE GENERATIONS CELEBRATE 

-^*''^;9i5''°RkcK: EVANS TO ASU 

=VANS. DAVID NELSON (VANCE CO.) 

VANCE MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 



H 2 1/29/92 D 11 ' » L34 



S 2 U/27/82 4 1 = F JO6 
S 2 ll/2'/82 A 5 P P S76 



S 2 5/06/92 3 3 P U C09 
H 2 3/15/»2 3 1 N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/32 - U/31/92 



8 Y NAMES 



PAGE ''5 
1/17/83 



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E U Y 

C ?G L P 9YI. 



EV«N$t DON 

E«A POLL SLANTED 

FVANS. E. J. "HUTT" 

PEOPLE aNO WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

EVANSi E. J. M9S. 

ISRAEL TAKING RISK POR PEACE 

EVANS. EVELYN (HALIFAX CO. I 

MAN CHARGED aCT^R Z KILLED, 3 JOUNOEO IN HALIFAX 
5 "ORF CHARGES FILED IN HALIFAX 

'=VANS. FREDRICK 

ETHEREAL PHOTOGRAPHS 

EVANS, G. '-"S. 

SUS SHELTERS OIRTY 

EVANS. HARRY CHARLES 
OBITUARY 

EVANS. JAMES E. 
031 TUARY 

EVANS. JAMES FARRINGTON 
OniTUARY 

EVANS. JAMES L. (9AHAMAI 

9AHAMA MAN IS SHOT IN HOME 

EVANS, JIMMY (HINSTON-SALEMI 

RIFLE-HIELOING MAN SURRENDERS TO POLICE 

EVAN^. JOHN GRAMPAS 
OP ITUARY 

EVANS. JOHNNIE {DURHAM CO. SCHOOLS VIC. EO.I 

VOCATIONAL TEACHER SHORTAGE HITTING CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS 

PVANS, JOSEPH IHILLS8OR0UGHI 
JUDGED 9Y THEIR THOUGHTS 

EVANS, JUNIOUS LEE ICREEOMOOP) 
APARTWENTS ROESED TWICE 

EVANS. KENT 

LOCAL TALENT IGNORED 

EVANS. MARTHA 

DURHAMITE PRODUCES COMPREHENSIVE 300K ABOUT LARGE PROBLEM 

EVANS. MARVIN 9AILEY (ROCKY MOUNT) 

MAN CHARGED AFTER 2 KILLED, 3 BOUNDED IN HALIFAX 
5 MORE CHARGES FILED IN HALIFAX 

EVANS, PATRICIA C. 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN APPARENT SUICIDE VICTIM 
ORANGP COUNTY WOMAN MAY HAVE TAKEN OWN LIFE 
ORITUARY 

FVANS. RONALD 

DURHAM MAN SHOT TWICE IN LEG ON RI3X3OR0 ST. 

BREAK-IN NETS THIEVES tj.59<3 IN MOTOR OIL, CIGARETTES 

EVANS, SAM 

TIGHT ECONOMY HELPING SHOE-REPAIR BUSINESS 

EVANS, SAMUEL D. JR. 

IT "NLY TOOK THEM FIVE MONTHS 

=VANS, SCOTT 

CHUOC" WOMAN WATCHES WOMEN'S 'OLES EXPAND 
OURMAM WOMEN GET NATIONAL REC3GNITI0N IN '82 

EVANS. SHEENA 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. KIDNAPPING 
WOMEN REPORT SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

EVANS. SHEILA ANN 

MAN CHARGED IN KILLING WANTS WITNESS BARRED 

MURDcR CHARGES DISMISSED 3ECAJSE OF ABSENT WITNESS 

=VANS. THOMASINE ROPER 

WOMAN STRUCK 9Y INTRUDER 

EVANS. VANESSA ANN 

8 CHARGED WITH PROSTITUTION 

POLICE ARREST EIGHT WOMEN FOR PROSTITUTION 

EVANS. VINCE 

EVANS' INJURY FLUBS KIFFIN'S STRATEGY 

FVANS. wIL^E'T LEE 

TWO DEATH SENTENCES LEFT INTACT 3Y SUPREME COURT 

=VANS. WILLIAM P. 

ALUMNI CROUP ELECTS EVANS VIC" PRESIDENT 

EVENS. 3ENNIE JR. 
QSITUARY 

FVENSON. JOHN ERtC II 

STEPHENS TO KEEP FIVE OF EIGHT ASSISTANT DAS 
5 ASSISTANT DA'S TO STAY 

EVERETT, DAVID ULYSSES JR. 
0=<ITUARY 

= VE«ETT. GLE«'N 3. REV. (EFLANOI 

EFLAND ILL-SERVED BY ORANGE COMMISSIONERS 

EVERETT. KATHERINE 

DEBUTANTES: THEIR SEASON GETS UNDER WAY 
LAW FIRM SUFS EX-PARTNER 
ATTORNEYS SUE FOR-ER LAW PARTNER 

EVERETT, RONNIE 

STORE REPORTS GOGGLE THEFT 

EVERETT. TERRELL J. (CHAPEL HILL) 
'TRIBUTE' TO GOOD THEATER 

FVERFTTE. JA"ES GLENWOOD ( w ILL I AMST ON ] 

STATE EMPLOYEE INDICTED IN KIDDIE PORN PROSE 



H 2 6/01/82 A 5 
H 2 5/20/82 A IR 
H 2 ' 5/03/82 A 5 



H 2 3/04/82 D b 
H 2 3/05/n2 A 10 



S 2 12/23/82 D 4 P R 415 

H 2 12/0R/82 A 5 L 

H 2 11/02/82 9 

H 2 8/05/82 C 16 

H 2 3/25/82 C 16 

S 2 U/20/82 A 3 N 

H 2 3/D1/82 A 19 N 

H 2 12/30/82 A 17 

S 2 12/06/82 C 1 N E05 

H 2 9/24/82 A 4 L 

S 2 8/24/82 3 1 N 

H 2 3/23/92 A 5 L 

H 2 10/31/82 D 3 R 



H 2 3/04/82 D 6 
H 2 3/05/82 A 10 



H 2 6/15/82 B 5 
S 2 6/15/82 A 9 
H 2 6/16/82 C 5 



H 2 10/27/82 3 I 
S 2 10/27/82 A 8 



S 2 2/13/92 A 3 N F30 
H 2 5/02/82 E 2 P F H45 



S 2 1/26/82 A 6 P F J06 
S 2 12/29/92 6 1 P F 



H 2 10/03/82 A 23 
S 2 1C/04/B2 C 1 



H 2 10/03/92 C 1 
H 2 11/16/82 3 10 



H 2 7/10/82 A 11 



H 2 7/15/92 3 1 
S 2 7/15/82 A 5 



H 2 9/10/82 C 3 

H 2 3/23/82 A 12 

S 2 11/22/82 3 4 

H 2 9/14/82 B 9 



H 2 11/12/92 1 
S 2 11/12/82 a 4 



H 2 10/07/82 A 22 
H 2 1/08/82 A 4 



N B51 
N 



N 



N 351 
N 



L 



H 2 5/18/82 3 ? P N 

H 2 7/16/82 3 1 N r,53 

S 2 7/16/82 A 3 N 



S 2 6/18/82 C I 
H 2 ll/n/82 A 5 
H 2 9/09/32 A 1 



6*0- M0NTHLT/ANr4U»L INDEX 3r NAMES P»GE 96 

1/01/8J - 12/31/82 1/17/83 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P 04TE C PG L P 3TL 

MiN RELEASED ON 30N0 ON P0RN05RAPHY CHARGES H 2 9/10/92 6 5 N 

ESC ^ORKEP »LEaOS guilty TO 3 COUNTS H 2 12/14/B2 A 11 N 

MAN GIVEN FIVE-YEAR TER" H 2 12/15/82 A 13 N 

EVERETTEt HOOERT LOUIS 

PRISON ESCAPEE RECAPTURED H 2 12/18/82 A 10 N 

EVERHART. CRANK (GPEENSaOROI 

HAN IS RESCUED CROM MOUSE FIRE H 1 4/09/^2 B I N 

EVERIDGE. JA"ES E. lOAVIE CO. I 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL IS CHARGED H 2 './29/32 A 6 N 

EhalO. nILLIAM BRAGG JR. 

SISENHOMEO AIDE 3RINGS NEW L 15 HT TO -CRUCIAL DAYS' H 2 3/29/32 3 P U H<,9 

EISENHOWER PLAYED THE CARDS HE HAD SEEN 3EALT H 2 5/23/82 3 P R H*9 

EWING, BARBARA ANN (NEW YORK, N.Y.I 

OPITUARY H 2 3/26/92 C 16 

EWING, PAT 

rioYAS' Thompson new to final four s 2 3/25/82 B 1 p u f25 

PAT EWIMG CASTS A GIANT SHADOW OVER FINAL FOUR S 2 3/27/82 ABU F25 

DEALING WITH PAT NO alG DEAL H 2 3/29/92 8 2 U 071 

EWING RECEIVES THREAT S 2 3/29/32 4 P N F25 

EXUM, JA.-ES G. JR. (JUDGE) 

Tip STATE JUDGESHIPS ATTRACTIMG CANDIDATES H 2 1/05/92 A 12 N 

STATE COURT UPHOLDS THREE DEATH PENALTIES H 2 6/03/82 A 3 N 

EXUM, JOE (KINSTONl 

SCHOOLS VS. SOMIERS H 2 3/12/82 A 4 L 

FYTAN. WALTER (ISRAELI 

EX-ENVOY FRO'< ISRAEL TO SPEAK H 2 U/16/32 A 3 P N 

EX-ISRAELI ENVOY SEES PEACE IN SLOW TO PLO H 2 U/19/92 C 16 N W24 

52ZELL. JI" (ROCKY MOUNTI 

5 NOMINATED FOR JUDGESHIPS H 1 5/22/92 9 1 N 

FAGGART, T. M. KEV. 

OUKF XEWOOIAL GETS NEW "INISTER H 2 6/10/92 3 1 N 

DUKE -"E^ORIAL PREACHER SAYS HE'S NO FLAG WAVER H 2 6/19/92 A 6 P F 

DUKE MEMORIAL WILL HONOR FAGGARTS, HAVERLY H 2 6/26/82 A 7 P N 

=AHRNER, ARTHUR 

RIGHT- TC-LIFE GROUPS morally ARROGANT H 2 3/19/92 A 4 L 

4,000 LIVES TAKEN DAILY H 2 3/31/92 A 5 L 

REACTIONARY B0M9AST H 2 4/08/82 A 5 L 

RIGHT-TO-LIFE'S LOOK TO EMOTIONAL APPEALS H 2 4/11/82 5 L 

APOPTION LETTERS 'WRONG' H 2 9/11/82 A 4 L 

FAIR, ESTHER S. (ORANGEBURG. S.C.I 

THIEVES TAKE VISITOR'S PURSE H 2 8/21/32 A 3 N 

^AIR. OICHARO 3. OR. 

JAPAN IS THREAT TO SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET S 2 3/19/82 C 1 N 583 

FAIRBANKS, CHUCK 

FlIOBANKS' EXIT S 2 6/04/92 D 1 P U Die 

=AIRCLOTM, 0. M. "LAUCH" 

TELEPHONE CALLS BY FAIRCLOTH CITED H 2 2/10/82 All N 

FAIRCLOTh says HE WILL RESPOrC ABOUT CALLS H "2 2/11/82 A 10 N 

FAIOCLOTh: calls state "USINESS H 2 2/12/82 3 5 N 

FAIPCLOTH SEEKS FUEL CLAUSE CHANGE OR ELIMINATION S 2 5/25/82 3 7 N 

LAUCH FAIRCLOTH LOOKS LIKE A CANDIDATE H 2 9/07/92 A 3 P J 

FAIRCLOTH TO SPEAK TO DURHAM GROUP H 2 9/12/32 9 P N 

FAIRCLOTH LAUOS DURHAM S 2 9/17/82 C 1 P N 

C^JNT GILMORE. TOO H 2 9/25/92 A 4 L 

FAIRCLOTH, SAMMY 

SAMMY'S AS MUCH A PART OF SCENE AS POST OFFICE H 2 1/10/92 A 1 P F S36 

•JAIRF, OICKEY LEROY (GOLDSBOROI 

MAN [5 CHARGED IN HOSPITAL ASSAULTS H 2 4/15/82 3 6 N 

ORDERLY INDICTED ON ASSAULT CHARGES S 2 6/04/92 C 4 N 

CHARGES BRING 2-YEAR TERM H 2 8/25/82 C 4 N 

=AIRFS, cjRL RHYNE (CHARLOTTEI 

SUICIDE ATTEMPT REPORTED H 2 11/27/92 A 10 N 

FAIREY, V.ILLIAM ALLEN 

0=ITj«Hy H 2 4/05/92 3 9 

FAIRLEY, PERCY ICHAPEL HILLI 

GRITUARY H 2 9/18/92 3 6 

FAISON, MICHAEL ANTHONY 

JAIL ESCAPEE CAPTURED In ALAMANCE H 1 1/30/82 b I -J 

4 DEPUTIES SUSPENDED IN WAKE H 2 2/04/92 A 24 N 

FAKSH, MAHMUO A, 

FAKSH SET TO SPEAK S 2 11/16/82 A 3 N 

FALCONER, "ICHAEL FREDERICK (CHAPa HILLI 

OOITUARY H 2 2/23/92 3 9 

WEEKEND EVENTS REPRESENT TOAST TO LATE GOLFERS H 2 6/11/32 C 3 N POT 

=ALK. ADAM (CHAPEL HILLI 

2 CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS CHOSEN AS FINALISTS S 2 12/13/62 A 1 N 

FALKNER, DOUGLAS A. (HEN0ER50NI 

■4UCLEAR DUMPING PLAN SHOULD BE PROTESTED H 2 3/17/82 A 4 L 

FALLING. CHRISTINE ( PLOUNTSTOWN , FLA. I 

LEARN THE FACTS ABOUT EPILEPSY H 2 3/06/32 A 4 L 

FALLS, ROBERT 2. (RE°.I 

FALLS MAY FILL JONES' SEAT S 2 4/09/82 C 3 N 

LEGISLATOR Eulogized by state officials h 2 4/09/92 c 5 n 

FALWELL, JERRY REV. 

WE NEED ERA. NOT FALWELL H 2 2/24/92 A 4 L 

FALWELL LETTER SAID INSULTING PROPAGANDA S 2 2/24/92 A 4 L 

JOURNALIST AIRS PROBLEMS FACIMG UNITED STATES H 2 4/ll/»2 D 3 P N L30 

FALWELL PRODUCES TV SPECIAL SUPPORTING PRAYER IN SCHOOLS H 2 5/12/92 A 12 N 

TOWER DOWN S 2 6/01/82 B 7 P P 

FALWELL, HELMS. NEW RIGHT FALL FROM GRACE OVER PRAYER S 1 9/29/92 C 11 J 

STOP JERRY FALwELL H 2 11/09/02 A 4 L 

LIBERAL 00U9LE STANDARD H 2 11/19/92 A 5 L 

SEE THE OTHER SIDE H 2 11/19/92 A 5 L 

FACRO, SUSAN 

2 HORSES STOLFN IN DURHAM REPJRNEO from GEORGIA h 2 5/16/82 A 1 N 951 

FARBER, "EPYL LYNN ( W INSTON-SALEM | 



MONTHLY/4 



N N U « L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PAGE ""T 
1/17/83 



SOCIALIST rfORKEUS PaRTY GETS SPOT ON N.C. BALLOT 
UAKE OA DISMISSES CHARGES AGAINST TWO S«P MEMBERS 

CARLOUf "ORRIS (GS?E»4S»CRgi ,„ 

POLICEMAN SHOT IN GREENSBORO 
3CFICER SHOT; z .•<EN hELO 

FARMER. DENNIS J. 

Z •lAGISTRATES NAMEO EOR OURHA" ^,rr™.Tc 

DISTRICT JTTOONEY SUSPENDS DURHAM COUNTY MAGISTRATE 

"lAGISTRATE. JAILER ARRESTED. =AC£ CHARGES 

hCSRINGS set COR DEPUTY, MAGISTRATE „„,,^ ,.,, ,,,,-. 

SUSPENOfO CnuNTY "AGISTRATE ACCUSED IN BRIBE CASE SUITS 

SHERIFF'S cMPLOYEFS TO APPEAR 

95I?E»Y CASE HEARINGS CONTINUED 

MAGISTRATES T'3 TAKE OATH MONDAY 

,i00L8»IGMT CREED IN BRIBE CASE ,., „^ 

ALLFN TO MAKE DECISION ABOUT J OOL^R IGHT' S JOB 

jOOLSRIGhT: -IT'S OVER;' JUDGE: 'A SAD THING' 

COURT HEARING IN BRIBE CASE IS POSTPONED 

FARMER'S CHARGES OISMISSED 

CHARGES AGAINST MAGISTRATE DROPPED 

CAOMFR, ROBERT S. IGREENSBOROI 
LANDLORD FROM N.C. FINED 

FARNAN. BUDDY 

TRASH BECOMES TREASURE 

FAPOUHAR, MiOjORIE 

SOFT SCULPTURE KIDS 

FARR. CLARA O'NEAL 
OBITUARY 

FARRAN, DALE (CHAPEL HILLl _ , . 
DAY CARE GRAOS MORE AGGRESSIVt 



BUT DON'T WORRY 



FAPRFLL. CLAUDE HERMAN (RALEIGHJ ^,^ 

LEADER OF RETIRED PERSONS COMMITTEE DIES IN RALEIGH 

FARRELL. CLYr'E (WILMINGTON) 

15 INJURED IN BUS ACCIDENT 

FARRELL. FLORENCE GQSS 
OBITUARY 

FARRELL. HELEN FREEMAN 
OBITUARY 

CAPRFN. GEORGE (SANFOROI „„ ,,...,„.. 

DEVELOPER IN SANFORO WITHDRAWS JPPLICATION 

FARRINGTON. CARMERIA LASHELL (CARRiOROI 

3 HURT IN ARGUMENT ABOUT PARKING SPACE 

FARRINGTON. CLEVELAND (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

FARRINGTON. JERRY (CHAPEL HILLl 

MAN FACES CHARGE IN STABBING 

FARRINGTON. MARTHA ELLEN (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

FARRINGTON. MELVIN LUTHER 

MAN CHARGED IN R03BERY 

FARRINGTON. TOMMY LEE ,_ , ,. „ . „_ 

3 CHARGED IN P03BERY; ONE CHANGED WITH RAPE 
TWO CHAOGEO WITH ROBBERY 

FARROW. OOSCCE 
OBITUARY 

"'"^"cOUNSELnr'nELPS YOUTHS WITH PROBLEMS FIND JOBS 
POINTS OVERLOOKED 

FARTHING. JAMES 0. 

HlSPITiL BOARD BARS ORAL PRESENTATIONS 
HiilSPITAL BOARD SHOULD REC0NSI3ER ITS POLICY 

FARTHING. "ARION 

ROBBER BREAKS WOMAN'S ARM 

''""r-l?^R"J^'-JtARi.''?:i^|.RE GETTING 3ETTER. NOT OLDER 

FAST. MQWABO 

COMMITTEE WANTS TO BAN NOVELS 

FAUC6TTE. CHESLEY H. "PETE" 
jONCERFUL NEIGHBORS 

FAUCETTE. JAMES M. 
OBITUARY 

FAULK, HARVEY (LEE CO. I 

CANDIDATE IN LEE WITHDRAWS 

FAULK, TARYN (LUMBERTJNI 

HOUSE FIRE KILLS MAN. YOUNGSTER 

FAULKNER. JAMES (BLAOENBOROl 

1 KILLED. <> iOUNOSD IN 5LA0EN 

FAULKNFR. MICHAEL (BLAOENBOROl 

1 KILLED. <> WOUNDED IN 3LA0EN 

BAULKNER. -"ICHAEL BENNETT 

ONE DIES AS CAR SKIDS. CLIPS POLE ON INGIER 

WRECK KILLS DURHAM MAN 

OBITUARY 

MAN CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER ^ „„ , ^ 

POLICE: OEFFNOANT WAS BACKING OUT OF ORIVE 

MAN FACES INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUDHTER CHARGES 

FAULKNER, MYRTLE (BLAOENBOROl 

1 KILLED, "• WOUNDED IN BlaOEN 

FAUNTEROY.^WALTER^E. i«|?|f ^D * I N ' P' TE ST AT PC3 LANDFILL 

170 MORE CHARGES DROPPED IN WARREN 
FAVOR, GREGORY (LEROY, MICH. I 



N E 
P 



S T T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 3YL 



H 2 7/16/B2 A B 
H 2 12/19/82 A lA 



S 2 7/12/H2 A 1 
H 2 7/13/82 A 12 



H 2 10/02/82 A 1 

S 2 7/16/82 A 1 

H 2 7/17/82 » 1 

H 2 7/2I/S2 A lA 

H 2 a/lO/92 A 1 

S 2 3/10/82 a I 

H 2 3/13/82 B 6 

S 2 10/02/B2 A 3 

H 2 10/08/82 A 1 

S 2 10/09/82 A 1 

H 2 10/09/82 8 1 

H 2 lD/22/92 B A 

H 2 12/13/82 A I 

S 2 12/19/32 A 3 



H 2 1/23/82 A 

H 2 9/05/82 D 

H 2 10/10/82 E 

H 2 5/03/82 B 6 

H 2 8/19/92 A 14 

S 2 2/18/82 C 8 

H 2 1/05/82 A 10 

H 2 3/06/82 A a 

H 2 6/04/82 A 12 

H 1 2/12/82 a 1 

S 2 11/17/82 A 5 

H 2 3/27/82 C A 

S 2 3/15/92 A 7 

H 2 12/21/82 A 14 

H 2 8/02/92 A 10 



N 

N FJO 

N A54 



N 351 

N FJO 
N 351 
N 
N 351 

N 



1 P F M95 
6 



H 2 6/19/82 A 
H 2 6/30/92 A 



H 2 6/15/82 B 



S 2 2/25/82 B 1 P F 
S 2 7/19/92 A 4 L 



H 2 5/13/92 B 
H 2 5/20/82 A 



1 



N W24 



N 



H 2 a/16/82 A 

S 2 10/30/92 A 1 B F M23 

S 2 5/10/82 A 13 N 

H 2 10/16/82 A 4 L 

H 2 6/12/82 8 8 

H 1 2/24/B2 a 1 N 

H 2 5/11/92 A 9 N 

H 2 11/27/82 A 10 N 

H 2 11/27/82 A 10 N 



H 2 4/03/82 C 

S 2 4/03/92 A 

H 2 4/04/92 C 

H 2 4/11/82 C 

H 2 4/12/82 A 10 

S 2 4/12/82 C 2 



1 


N 




( 


N 




7 


n 




1 


N 


MSI 


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H 2 11/27/92 A 10 



H 2 9/28/82 8 
H 2 10/30/82 A 



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SOLDIER SENTENCED IN CATAL ACCIDENT 

FIRST MEETING 
UN CASE 



CAWCETT, J. KENT 

PESSONNEL ASSOCIATION TO HOLD 



EEARINGt CHARLES 

FEARING SENTENCED IN HIT-ANO 



I 

RTEO TAKEN 

ACCIDENT 

CES 



. IFE SKILLS' 
:alif. I 



FEARING. DOROTHY SELL 
OSITUARY 

FEARING. FRANCIS VESPER IKNir.HTOAL: 
TRUCK DRIVER REPORTS R03BERY 
TRUCK DRIVER REPORTS THEFT 
TRUCK LOADED MITH ,<INE IS REP? 

FEARRINGTON. EDkIN •*. l»?iANei 

NINE IN SCHOOL 1US INJURED IN 

FEATHERSTON. AL 

COVERING THE KAY THE ?ALL BOU>l 

FEATHERSTONE. GERALD L. 

GROUP OUT TD CLEAN UP HAH RIVER 

fEELEY. PAUL (FAYETTEVILLEI 

DEPUTY U.S. COURT CLERK DISMISS 

FEIFS. 3ETSY 

NEW PROGRAM HELPS GIRLS GET 

■=EINSTEIN. DIANNE (SAN FRANSISCO. 
USELESS SUGGESTION 
LAPSE INTO SARCASM? 

FELO»LUM. PAUL 

FAMILY PLANNING AN IMPORTANT T SSUE 

FELOER. FELIX 
OBITUARY 

FELMET. JOE ( «INSTON-SAL£MI 
POLICY CHALLENGE 

FELT. KATIE GORDON 
OBITUARY 

'ELTDN. JAMES "JIVER" 
OBITUARY 

=ENNFR, RODERICK M. 

MAN ATTACKED. ROBBED 3N STREET 

FEREBEE. FLOYD 

NCCU FACULTY MEMBERS WILL RECEIVE AWARDS 

F£RGUS'?N. BO? 

DURHAM JOBS PROGRAM TO CONTINU 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THI 
THANKS FROM SERTO"<A CLUB 

FERGUSON. JOHN HOWARD 

THEY GIVE GENEROUSLY OF FRIENDS 

FERGUSON. LINDA 

FIR= INVESTIGATED 

FERGUSON. RQOERT 

CETA CHANGES FORESEEN 

FERGUSON, VIRGINIA 

AFTER THE DEATH OF A SPOUSE: 

FERNANDEZ. F»EDRICO ITAMPA. FLORIDA] 
PARATROOPER DIES OF INJURIES 

FERRELL. ARTHUR EXCELL (LT. COL.) 
OBITUARY 



E DESPITE CUTS 
NGS ARE 



;aiNG ON ALONE 



FERRELL. GARLAND 4. 
OBITUARY 

FEORELL, GARY 

CLAIMS TO FAME 

FEPRFLL. LINA DAVIS 
OBITUARY 

=E»RELL. NANNIE KEITH 

DEPUTIES Charge woman in shoot I 

FERRELL. SPENCER HERBERT 
OBITUARY 

= EP«F|.L. TOM 

KIWANIAN OF 



E YEAR 

REATENED BY wOMl ^ 



FERRELL. WILLIAM 
DEPUTY SAID 
LIFE IN DURHAM 

FERRER. LUIS FELIPE 

DUKE PLANS TO INVESTIGATE STUD 
DUKE TO INVESTIGATE DEATH OF = 
FRIENDS OF DEAD STUDENT OISAG» 
FER»ERR"S DEATH P»03ED 

=E'Ris. NELSON (Carolina seachi 

N.C. --AN KEEPS TRADITION ALIVE 

<=ERRUCCIO. KEN 

,ARREN GROUP SAYS PCB FIGHT ND 
GROUP'S LA,YE»S TO STUDY CHANC 
TWO wARPEN "EN =XPLORE "CB DET 
PCB DUMP FDES VOW JAIL IN LAST 
HUNT'-: OFFICE REJECTS TALKS wl 
WARREN COUNTY RESIDENTS VOW TD 
OVER IDC ARRESTED IN 0C3 pRCT= 
<y7 PROTESTERS iSRESTEO NEAR P". 
SEVEN MORE ARRESTED AT PC3 LAN 
PCS: SO'E S«Y CIVIL RIGHTS CLD 
l-iS ARRESTED DUPING wARPEN PC^ 
MARCHERS PROTESTING PCS HEAOI'l 
PC3 PROTESTERS CONVICTED. FINE 
PCB CHANGES SOLITARY MAN 

FETZER. TQM 



ENT'S DEATH 

RESHMAN 

EE WITH DUKE DOCTOR 



T OVER 

£ OF PCB APPEAL 

OXIFICATJnN 

-DITCH STAND 

TH GRO'JP OVER PC3 DUMP 

HALT TRUCKS 
ST 

3 LANDFILL 
DFILL PROTEST 
UDING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE 

PROTEST 
G FOR £PA IN PARK 
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9/1R/82 

6/D<./82 

12/03/82 



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6/10/82 
6/10/32 



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2/10/82 
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4/07/82 
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2/13/82 
4/30/82 
2/16/82 
1/07/82 
5/12/82 



3/05/82 
3/16/82 
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3/13/92 

3/21/^2 

R/13/52 

9/14/''2 

9/15/e2 

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9/14/92 

9/17/92 

9/19/02 

9/21/02 

lC/l4/»2 

10/28/92 

12/26/92 



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6/29/92 
11/15/82 
6/2''/92 
4/28/82 
3/05/92 
4/04/82 
7/02/82 
7/12/82 
9/14/92 
6/29/92 
3/34/32 



2/26/82 
11/13/82 



11/16/82 
11/17/82 
11/19/92 
11/19/92 



S 2 9/09/92 



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1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



CAMPAIGN CHIEF SAYS ECONOMY BEAT CD9EY 



FEULNEP. EDWIN 

FEULNER AND REAGAN 

FEW. SHIRLEY 

ART<: COUNCIL CAMPAIGN BEGINS J I TH tSS.'.OO 
DURHAM ART FUND DIALS FOR DOLLARS 
AOTS FUND PURSUING 1982 GOAL 

FEY, JOHN T. OR. 

SPEAKER SAYS "LACK COLLEGES WILL NEED MORS PRIVATE AID 

FIELD, PLUMMER EARL tWAR^EMTONI 

CAR STRIKES. KILLS VANCE TEEN 

FIELDS, WILLIAM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE WEE SET 

FIELDS, WILLIA" LAUDER 

MAN DIES IN HOUSE FIRE 

FIRE VICTIM'S 3C0Y IDENTIFIED 

SERVICES TOMORROW FOR FIELDS 

FIFE, ROBERT 

POLICE CHARGE FIFE 

FIGUEROA, LOUIS (NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.) 

RUNNING FOR A CURE: 15-YEAR-OLO ON CROSS-COUNTRY ODYSSEY. . . 

FINAZZO, MICHAEL "THUNDER" 

MOTORCYCLE GANG MAY BE WANING 

AUTHORITIES LACK EVIDENCE FOR MURDER CHARGE 

FINCH, JACK R. (8AILEY1 

BLUEBIROS ON THE WAY BACK IN N.C., 

FINCH6R, MICHAEL E. ICHARLOTTEl 
JUDGE REFUSES GAG ORDER 

JURY SELECTION ?EOINS IN TRIAL OF TWO TEENS 
MURDER CASE BOLSTERED BY RULING 
JURY =IND5 "AN GUILTY OF MURO= R 
YOUTH GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE 

FINE, PAUL I. (HIGH POINT) 

MAN INDICTED ON TAX CHARGES 

FINE ENTERS PLEA OF INNOCENT 

HIGH POINT EXECUTIVE SENTENCED IN TAX CASE 

FINK, KATHARIN IRENE 
OBITUARY 

FINLATOR, W. w. REV. 

rjSr, °SJy5li SCHOOL LEADERS LAUD TAX-EXEMPT STATUS OK 

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER PLANS DURHAM SPEECH 

FINLATOR STEPPING DOWN FROM PJLPIT 

W. W. FINLATOR TO RETIRE 

FINLATOR RETIRES 45 MINISTER 

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION WEAKENED, FINLATOR SAYS 



CONSERVATIONIST SAYS 



FINNFRAN, JOAN 

•PLUMB CRAZY' 



AUTHOR HANDY WITH TOOLS 



^ISCHBACH, ROBERT 

?^'I^''„y''f'^5 CHANGING UTILITIES' FUEL CLAUSE 
SLOWDOWN ANTICIPATED IN RATE J I SE FOR UTILITIES 

FISCHEP, OARLENE JOY WRETLING 
OBITUARY 

FISH, nONALO 

2 CITIZENS HELP PS05 IN ARRESTS 
FISHER. 'IRIAN 

^li"fl'r^^°-'"«'tiA^5ryjiK^?;i'5SLL'i^*^^^^iN 

lf^;:^?SLT2DnN''§u[ii"^?N'"''^ REDBIRDS- BATS cJ^O 

"J'i!!? I"- PACTS ABOUT BULLS BASEBALL 

FISHER FANS IT AS BULLS POUND OUKFS, 7-1 

BULLS' FISHER STRIKES AGAIN 

FISHER CLEARED FOR NEXT START 

LYNCHBURG SHELLS FISHER, BULL' 

LYNCHBURG OATS EOMB AILING BULLS 

PATCHHOPK BULLS TAKE THEIR LUMPS 

FISHEO PLACED ON INJURED LIST AS BULLS LOSE 

BULLS LOSE 3R0 IN ROW. ANO FISHER 

FISHER OUT ?IX WEEKS WITH TFA< 

GR'kh^;G'ls?^iul:^I" '•^''^"^•^ '"■^ ""' "'" 
fHhIr ?!JfD':nu?"'Hi^pj""=^" ='°" ™^ "•°' 

illii^^ DISPLAYS FSMILIAR FORM, SHUTS OFF JAYS 
FISHEO BACK IN FULL STRIDE 

FISHER, C. DOUGLAS 

ATTORNEYS LEASE SPACE IN DOWNTOWN BUILDING 
LAWYERS MOVING TO KRESS BUILDING 

FISHER. GENEVA A. (HAVELOCK) 

7-YEAR-OLD ELECTROCUTED IN Tug Br hAIR DRYER 

FISHER, JESSE C. JR. IWHITEVILLE) 

DOCTOR'S LICENSE SURPRISED HI- 
FITCH, MARCAPET 

SO FEW DOING SO MUCH FOR . 



'="CH.^SH^OLEY LEE RUMMELT (SHEFFIELD 



HOW MANV 
PA. ) 



= ITZ - SIMONS, FOSTER ANO m»r ion (^1AGS HEAD) 
CHANCELLORS CLUP "EETS OERFOlJ-'ERS 
STARS COME OUT FQR PLAYMAKERS 

FITZGERALD, FRANCES 

JOURNALIST AIRS PROBLEMS FACING UNITED STATES 
FITZGERALD, "OLLIE 

SHE TEACHES 'OORM COOKING' 

FITZSIMONS, FLAINE 

SCHOOL WILL RETAIN QUALITY 

FIXX, JIM 

HEAR FIXX ON RUNNING 



PMS 99 
1/17/83 



P D DATE 

H 2 ll/OA/82 3 

H 2 5/26/82 A 



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E L Y 
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3/12/32 
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M 2 11/14/82 A I 
H 2 11/15/82 B 1 
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S 2 4/14/82 C 1 



H 2 7/10/82 e 2 P F M71 



3/14/82 A 16 N 
5/04/82 A 2 N 



H 2 4/13/92 A 11 



H 2 
S 2 
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1/22/82 
3/09/82 
3/19/82 
3/25/32 
3/23/B2 



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11 

6 



3/30/82 a 5 N 
4/08/92 CBN 
5/28/82 A ID N 



H 2 2/08/82 B 



1/09/92 
2/03/92 
5/24/82 
5/24/92 
6/22/92 
9/29/92 



1 
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12 

3 
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H 2 9/12/32 3 P U H49 



4/01/82 A 10 
9/08/92 A 17 



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H 2 t,/^Z/SZ A 8 N 

H 2 11/10/92 C 5 N 

H 2 b/Zb/BZ All N B30 

H 2 6/09/92 C 10 



H 2 9/14/32 A 6 P N 

S 2 9/16/82 D I P F A15 



H 2 4/11/32 3 o N L30 

H 2 3/11/32 C 1 ' F 

H 2 12/09/92 i 4 L 

S 2 9/09/82 7 N 



MONTHl.Y/»N 



^^^JAL inOEx a 
1/01/32 - U/31/S2 



oaGE 100 
1/17/33 



F!«XE5 ON SUNNING: NC 

CL«C<. ANITA 
OSITUARY 

PLACK. LESTER JUNIOR (UNION ■'ILLSl 

C^OSS BURNINGS ?E!NG "aoaEo 

TOUTM FACES BP-'EAR SENTc'XE 

= LACK. RICHARD L I 3NEL I UNI ON ^I LL SI 
CROSS dURNINGS 'EI'-^ '«5|S3 
YOUTH FACES 30-YEAR SENTENCc 

FLAGGt TB6VER CARL <RALEIGH1 

TWO I'JOICTEO IN SLAYING OF TEEN-AGER 



TED AUTHOR SEES AHERICA'S RUNNING CRAZE. ..TO STAY 



FLAHERTY* DAVIO 

FLAHERTY PRAIS 
FTDO STAMP ICC 
5ERU8LICAN OFF 
GRASPING AT ST 
PHILOSOPHY, JO 
RACE HAS NO PL 
STATE GOP CHAt 
ANDREWS CALLS 
GOP R4PS ANDRE 
TAX 3ILL ORA.<S 
FLAHE'TY SEE<I 
FLAHERTY CALLS 
VALENTINE SAYS 
ANO'ErVS" PARTY 
GOP LEADER HAN 
STATE OISREGAR 
FLAHERTY RAPS 
mYOF and flahE 
HUNT Charges g 
FLAHERTY OFFER 
GOP OFFERS ORU 
OEHS GET TV ri 
FLAHERTY EXPLA 
GENTRY PREDICT 



E5 CA"<PAIGN RULING 
^^JirS^Alfs^iSI^S REGISTRATION PLAN 

t'raCE, said <.er TO ELECTION 
ACE IN 'N" OISniCT FIGHT 

RMAN OPPOSES SENATOR'S FUND-RAISING DRIVE 
CRITICISli 3Y FLAHERTY HARASSMENT 
:i,c CDR "ISSING VOTE 

-POOSITIGN FRO" OFFICIALS IN N.C. 
NG 0E3ATE 

FOB OESATE 

NO TO "ABIN DE3ATE 

TpPRol = ^"F''lMVt TATION FOR ANDREJS 
OS INVESTIGATION REOUEST 
WORK IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

.S;^!J£"sPE^EI^S'c55lAIGNS TRYING TO 

S REWARD 
iNKEN DRIVING PROPOSAL 

ME FOR RE5UTTAL 

INS GOP LOSSES 

ING hEL'^S-HUNT 'ACE 



9UY SEATS' 



FLANAGAN.^-IKE ^jp^ EXPECTING TEST TU3E BABY 

=LANARY, JACK D. 

STATE-OWNED CARS 

FLANARY, MARILYN .,-„ 

•GOOD ROAOS' SIGNS SPUR ANGER 



FLAUGhER. JONATHAN S. 
PASSENGER <ILLE0; 



N.C. 'ILOT ESCAPES 



'^^^■^2:^2Sel'S?l^Schocl official resigns 
fleetwood resigns 

=LEISH"AN. JOEL lOUKE POLICY SCIENCES INST.l 
AUDITIONS SET FOR ARTS FESTIVAL 
FL=ISHMAN TO HEAD FUND DRIVE 
FLEISHMAN TO RAISE FUNDS 

FLEMING. CAROLINE 

MAN FOUND IN CHAIR 

FLEMING. JOSEPH E. OR. „,.,, ^ 

FLE-ING PUBLISHES ARTICLE „„,,. 
JOUBNAL PUBLISHES FLEXING ARTICLc 

FLFMING. LAURA r^AY 

pQRugR CUKE PROF SUED 

FLEMING. MIKE IDENTIST AND MINISTER I 

THIS DENTIST WORKS ON MEN'S SOULS. TOO 

°'--'"?0LICrARRlsT'3°DURHAM -EN ON ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES 
''•-^'■fLETCHEr''fINOS FLIPPING PRODUOES FISH 

^'" 'mNCAlI SHQOT OUT WINDOWS OF 100 CARS 

FLFTCHER. JOHN (DURHAM CO. _H€ AI^TH J E»T. ) 
HEALTH =OARO OKS 2 JASTE ^YSTc.MS 

^!^iliR^^3^;T^?^°iSbE5^s^R^rEw^^^^Lf"S''JouNTY 

2,^^VJherV°^Iov;S^'«5re"oney or face cuts 

DISEASE 3UT0RFAK beoORTEO 

S^^V^rN^J^f'^nS^c'^ S!s?Or^^NTRACTS HEPATITIS 

IHQTS GIVFN IN DURHAM MOUNT T? 300 

^n NEW HEPATITIS CASES 'EPCRTEO IN PURMAH 

SSJ;rMSE'Nft!^,°S?S?TE5°°FiiER'-<ILLE0 DURHAM MAN. TESTS SHOW 
SEPTIC TEST FAILURE PCT. INCREASES 
RURAL LPTS FAIL SEPTIC TANK TESTS 
FLU SHOTS URGED 

= LETCHER. JOHNNY (CONCORD. ,^^gg F,^ ,F, jAYCEE OFFICIALS 
■JA-SCA"" TRIAL TO START NEXT WEEK 

F^R^ip^^.^r^llcEE? rlAoli'SN TRIAL IN ' ^ '"SC AM • CASE 
S^rE-lA ^^'^A^In "210^5^5^?!? C^SAR-t^^^c'ciu^f-"^ ^"'^^^"^ 
iJ^jAi^?il^^FiyciR\'!NKl"cL^iTt^*lRlo^irSUSEO FUNDS 

sgrP^iPs'v:3^s3s?riji?^s5°2x:jJ7! OFFICER 

JUOCE SM SSef ANOTHER CHARG; in JixSCAM TRIAL 
FORMER N.C. JAYCEES PRESIDENT CONVICTED 

FLETCMER.^-ARTY^^^^ STITE ASSISTANT APPOINTED VM I ' S NEW COACH 
FLETCHER. ^TOMMY^ TEACHER WHO RAOIATEO LOVE 

"--'"":^Hh "ib^FitsoS'lRITES MATH ARTICLE 
FLINCHUH. TEPOY BRUCE (GREENSBORO I 



N E 
P D 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P "iYL 



DATE 
H 2 9/15/92 3 1 F "71 

H 2 10/01/92 A 16 



H 2 3/10/52 A 9 
S 2 5/2>'/82 A l<. 



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H 2 3/10/32 A 8 
S 2 5/29/52 A l<. 



2 0/2A/32 C ID 



1/20/32 
2/05/82 
3/13/92 
4/06/82 
<./16/R2 
4/20/82 
6/15/92 
7/21/82 
3/07/32 
3/18/32 
3/l9/'"2 
3/l<'/32 
9/20/32 
3/24/92 
3/25/82 
3/25/92 
3/31/82 
9/0'./82 
10/01/92 
10/29/82 
10/30/82 

u/ai/°2 

12/15/92 
12/16/82 



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H 2 1/21/82 A 4 L 

H 2 2/14/S2 4 L 

H 2 12/23/82 A 5 N 



H 2 11/25/82 9 
S 2 11/26/82 A 



H 2 7/23/32 D 3 N 

H 2 9/17/82 3 1 9 N 330 

S 2 9/17/92 A 10 N 



S 2 5/18/92 4 3 



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6/24/92 



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H 2 5/14/82 A 5 N 

H 2 12/04/92 A 7 9 F 120 



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4/13/82 1 1 



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2/22/92 


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3/19/92 


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H 2 


4/D3/92 


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S 7 


4/03/82 


C 




H 2 


4/10/82 


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4/29/92 


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S 2 


4/29/92 


C 




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4/30/82 


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S 2 


4/30/82 


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H 2 


5/04/92 


A 


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S 2 


5/05/92 


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H 7 


7/23/92 


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10/12/92 


9 


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S 2 


12/03/92 


C 




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12/04/92 


A 




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12/07/82 


A 




H 2 


12/08/92 


A 




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l2/09/'>2 


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H 2 


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H 2 3/15/92 5 
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MONTHLY/* 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/92 - 12/31/82 



S Y NAMES 



PAGE 101 
1/17/83 



SOCIETY'S TDUR WILL LAUD A GOLDEN AGE FOR THE CITY 



HAN SICK OF VIOLENCE KILLS SOM , HIMSELF 

FLINCHUM. WILLIAM LEE 

MAN SICK OF VIOLENCE KILLS SO^, HIMSELF 

FLINTOM, BLAIR 

WORLD WAR II VETERANS GATHERING 

^LOCK, CELIA 

A MIX OF '<QOOS FOUND AT CHAPEL HILL EXHIBITS 

FLORA, JOSFPH M. JR. 

HF-INGWAY CHARACTER: PRIMAL AO AM AND A SAINT? 
ASSOCIATION HONORS TWO UNC PR^FS. DUKE STUDENT 

FLORE. TOM 

CLASS HELPS STUDENTS' BEHAVIOR 

=LOwERS. BILLY R. (CLAYTON! 

EX-KLANSMAN CONVICTED IN POT lASE 
9 PEOPLE INDICTED IN PROBE OF DRUGS 

=LDWFRS, CARL ANDREW 

THIEVES ROa GAS STATION, LOCK HAN IN TRUNK OF CAR 

FLOWERS, EO AND JANET 

CHURCH KINDERGARTEN GIVES EXCELLENT CARE 

FLOWERS, JOHN B. Ill 

VICTORIAN DURHAM: 

PLOWERS, JOSHUA PERCY (CLAYTON I 

FLOWE°S, 79, DIES OF NATURAL CAUSES 

PLOWFRS, RAYMOND JOSEPH (ASHEVILLEI 
FIREMAN'S BODY RECOVERED 

^LOWERS, WENDELL ( STA TESV I LLE ) 

TWO CHARGED IN BEATING DEATH tf WILKES CO. ^ 
THREE MEN RECEIVE LIFE TERMS =0R DEATH 

=LCYO. DUNCAN J. (RALEIGH) 

MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING OOG 

FLOYD. ERIC "SLEEPY" 

GASTONIA RIVALS TO MEET? 

WOULD OLD FRIENDS GO AT IT THIS HARD... 

WORTHY, FLOYD: ODD COUPLE NOW AT ODDS 

■SLEEPY' FLOYD KEY FIGURE FOR HOYAS 

GASTONIA PROUD OF HEROES 

THE GEORGETOWN CONNECTION 

= L(1Y0, EUGENE FRANK 

TWO ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

FLOYD, HELEN 

REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S CLUB WRITES COOKBOOK 

=LOY0, RAYMOND 

FLOYD, ^ OTHERS HONORED 

PINEHURST TOUPNEY KEY FOR RAY FLOYD 

ADAMS' 67 HEADS FIELD AT PINEHURST 

'=LUR, "ARC 

iCC TENNIS 

DUKE'S LE»AR GOES OUT WITH TITLE 

5TANGER GOES EXTRA HOLES BEFORE ELIMINATION 

PLYNN, ERROL 

FLYNN LEGEND LIVES ON IN 



MY =AVaRITE YEAR' 



UNC-C POST 



^CNN, PATRICK 

SYMPHONY LEADER SEES BRIGHT FUTURE 

THE SOUNDS AT SYMPHONY ARE SWEETER 

SYMPHONY IS SEEKING CONDUCTOR 

FLYNN: SOME SYMPHONY MUSICIANS HARASSED HIM 

DISCORD 

POGLEMAN, 5E0NICE WINSTON 
3BITUAHY 

FOGLPMAN. '"ICKEY 

FOGLe-AN BACK ON SCENE OF RECIRD MARL IN CATCH 
F0GEL''AN'5 RECORD STANDS 

^OGLFMAN, ■<YRrL5 POOLE 
OBITUARY 

FOLEY, JAMES STEPHEN JR. (EFLANDl 
QPITUARY 

FOLGER, EDDIF 

FOGLER EARLY CANDIDATE FOR VACANT 

FOLK, FDGAP ESTES JR. np. 

EDGAR FOLK, WAKE FOREST EX-PROF, 01 ES 

EDGAR E. FOLK - HIS TEACHING INSPIRED WRITERS 

FONDA, HENRY 

FONDA FAVORED TO WIN OSCAR 
HENRY FONDA'S GOLDEN HOUR 

u6''^''JnMR'i'?J-=;t!l"9* "*5 LOST A FINE ACTING TALENT 
MP. FONDA'S E'PTY CHAIR (CAPTIONI 

FONVILLE. DAVID 

A BIG WHEEL ON 2 WHEELS 

FflPBES, LYNDA ANGE 
OBITUARY 

FOPflUS. INA (MRS. SAMPLE) 

■CITY OF CURBSIDE GARGABE' 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

F"LKS ABOUND HERE: LIFE IN DU'HAM 

THRILLING CONCEPT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

FORCHE. CAROLYN 

BLACKBURN WRITERS FESTIVAL STARTS MONDAY AT DUKE 

FORD. ALAN 

FORD OVERCAME POLIO TO BECOME OLYMPIAN 

FOOD. BETTY 

FORDS COMING FOR CHILDREN'S CLASSIC 
FORDS PLAN CONFERENCES 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 2 a/07/82 3 12 N 

H 2 3/07/82 3 12 N 

S 2 <,/2'./82 A 3 N 

H 2 12/03/82 D 1 I P R G68 

H 2 10/10/82 D 3 P U H<,9 

H 2 11/20/82 a 1 N 

S 2 10/23/82 A 3 P F M23 

H 2 6/20/82 A 17 N 

H 2 12/0<./82 A 1 N 

S 2 3/24/82 A I N 

H 2 9/06/82 A 4 L 

S 2 ',/20/82 B 1 P F JDS 

H 2 U/03/82 B 10 

H 2 5/29/82 B 4 N 

H 2 1/04/82 9 5 N 

H 2 7/03/82 A 5 N 

S 2 6/18/82 A 10 N 

S 2 3/24/82 C 2 P N 

H 2 3/28/92 B 4 F M71 

H 2 3/29/82 3 2 F M71 

S 2 3/29/82 D 4 P F 018 

S 2 3/30/82 3 P F 

H 2 5/02/82 D 1 P F 

H 2 10/31/82 CI N M51 

H 2 1/28/82 C 1 P F 330 

H 2 4/04/82 8 4 N P07 

S 2 9/16/82 B 6 N 

H 2 9/17/82 C 1 P N P07 

S 2 4/17/82 A e P p C56 

S 2 4/19/82 C 3 ? N 018 

H 2 5/21/82 C 2 N 

S 2 1D/14/B2 D 4 U F25 

S 2 1/13/82 C 15 N 

H 2 2/08/82 A 1 P F W6t 

H 2 4/14/82 B 12 N 

H 2 5/06/82 A 8 N 

H 2 5/10/82 A 4 E 

H 2 8/19/82 A 14 



H 2 5/23/82 



H 2 6/04/32 C 3 

H 2 U/03/82 B ID 

H 2 2/04/82 C 16 

H 2 3/12/82 C 4 

H 2 1/03/82 C 4 

H 2 2/02/62 A 5 



8 P N W6D 



N W60 





U M71 





S 2 2/04/92 D 4 P U F25 

S 2 2/11/82 D 12 P R 971 

H 2 3/15/02 D 4 E 

H 2 3/15/92 D 4 T T 156 

H 2 3/01/82 C 1 P U H49 

H 2 U/03/82 B 10 

H 2 2/26/82 A 4 L 

H 2 5/25/92 a 1 D U 

H 2 a/13/92 3 1 D U 

H 2 10/29/92 A 5 L 

H 2 12/31/82 3 1 U 

H 2 3/21/92 A 8 N 

S 2 12/04/82 A 9 U 

H 2 2/26/»2 A I N 

S 2 5/21/82 C 1 N S33 



§ 



M0NTHLY/4H 



NU*L INDEX 

1/01/82 - U/31/82 



PAGE, 102 
l7lT/83 



I T 

L Y 

?0 L P 9YL 



|^???''JalS'LINK"l- = S3SLltr^0R -OMEN. ERA -ASS.GE 



CQflO. DANNY 

-OITEOS HONOR FCRO 

FCRO: FILE ?N VIOLATION? 



THICK' 



THE TIGER RAG SOUTH CAROLINA'S I'SSll^.^F 

FORT. HOV.ARO T-C PEAS I" AN ALA9AMHER ROD 

F':?Sg = si£t-SiK'S cg^fltV^S™flJ^P0l?'F.?r;iRECT,0N TO CLE-SON.S FORTUNES 

F^5i^-<IFFIN SXCH4NG? CONCERNS? "ROSE 

'.%Tl^',l fe%igp|'puTS PRESSURE ON UNC 






=?5.c5''Brcfr^EfeJ-^HSAS!C.pgLiciES, 



^2SiL^'?aR3%FiSi'jECS55!TlirFOR'cHlLDREN.S-CLiSSIC 
'-25?5s'bi2pi^7^nf!LASSIC T30AY 

SuKF'cSlfskl.N-rCLASSIC: GOLF GA«E, PROVES FORD "ITS 
CLASSIC BRINGS TUT THE GREAT 



■ GRAYS' 



PHrESIOENT JuEsiTRONG SUPPORT TO PASSAGE OF ERA 
CELEbIitiES KEEP CLiSSIC SPECTATORS 'OUACKINC UP- 
NOTING THE STAR GAZERS 

'^'°%'nru\l^ili''rl'Uh'.llinV^'iV 0. -AN 

°°"'^OMl^rS"pS!lC? ?2p?"i f Sir^AR HIGHWAY 
FOOD. »MIL^ COURT AND OFF, PHIL FORD HAS CLASS 

t^5n"5o?^^'^;CK-fr7:!^ATE%?^'NT'3l?S'^E^RSEYENDS 



QUESTION OF tORALITY 



2 KILLINGS ARR6STE3 IN CALDWELL 



5/22/82 
5/22/S2 



1/2T/32 

2/24/82 

6/18/82 

9/05/32 

9/10/82 

10/15/82 

10/14/22 

10/27/S2 

U/03/°2 

11/06/32 



2/26/82 A 

5/14/82 A 

5/21/82 A 

5/21/82 C 

5/22/92 A 

5/22/82 A 

5/23/82 A 

5/24/82 A 

5/24/82 a 

5/24/82 A 

5/24/82 C 

5/24/82 D 



A54 
S83 



-•71 
S91 
S91 



U H*9 
N J66 

N sa3 



R91 
Mi.9 
S36 
"66 
583 
?71 
C09 



S 2 9/26/62 D 9 p U F25 



H 2 
S 2 



6/22/82 
6/22/82 



S 2 1/02/P2 A 4 
H 2 6/30/82 C 1 
H 2 U/11/82 1 



=OP0. STEVEN J. 
TAXING NOT 

caPOHA"*. CHRISTOPHER C- III 

2 UNC £ipLOYE=S GET -ASSEY AWARDS ,.,^^ 

F"RdHAM PLEDGES FIGHT ON STUOE NT LOAN CUTS 
FORDHAM URGES U.S. TO AI UN V ERS IT lES 
HEARINGS: PROPOSED STUDENT Ai: CUTS CATCH -ORE HEAI 

iNc'cH«C = LLORSuGGESTS ATHLETES GET POCKET -ONEY 

FORDHAM SEEKS CHANGES 

U«IC FOOD HIGHLIGHTS MEETING 

CORF. STFVFN R. DR. IGREENSBOROJ 
° '^'-oi.N SUES OVFR LOSS OF INTESTINE 
insT INTESTINE SUBJECT OF LAtaSUIT 
TesTI-OMYrHANOICAP 3R0UGMT JEPPESSION 
A80RT10N ATTEMPT CAUSED DEPRESSION 

itr.Uii slfTtE-EN? rIa^hE^'i. ABORTION CASE 
=°°-";K;,^T5^?00,EaRLY^F0R^CITYJ0N0^V0T| ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^,^j^ ^^,,„ ,,,0 VOTE 

= = '^-??J„^l:r.4SAklfD'5fTriNiliRl<E FRAUD 

'^°''lr.'c.irA^Ll"il lilo^U'iV.'C. -INE FOR BODY 

;i;:SNfiF?'3F?ER?%alEA=CH AB.NOONEO -INE for BOOY 
TWO BODIES FOUND IN ABANDONED ><INE ,.„,, 

n!c. -oiAN REPORTEDLY E SCAPE S CAPTORS I N ILL I NOI S 

i^l^^i^^ il^^ti^l rt^"A''iuJ^ER^2E^J^JJ«^USTICE' 

:S2.a°?i^lE"SE^?IS.^E^°^B5i?■<-?DN.PPING. SLAYINGS 

SiK-I-^St^'EO^N^^sik^MNE SLAY ING CASE 

SIX ARE riDICTEO IN ABDUCTION CAiE 

TRIAL SCHEDULED TO "IPEN TODAY IN "INE CASE 

INFOR-ANT SAYS he'.as FORCED '0 PUSH INTO MINE 

STUNT-AN OFFERS TO SEARCH MINE 

2 INDICTED FQO "UROER 

""""''e^UCAtSrS TO^MSCUSS COMMUNITY LINKAGES 
HASSLE HOUSE VACATES HOME FOR NSW OFFICE 
SCHOOL ART EXHIBIT 

FORNFY, RODERICK MAURICE (UNION "ILLS) 
CROSS BURNINGS BEING PRC3ED 
YOUTH FACES 30-YEAR SENTENCE 
jriRY CONVICTS MAN IN SLAYING 

FQRNOS.^WERNER ^g.^g^ ,^ GLOBAL FAMILY PLANNING 

FORRESTER. TOM 
SUSPECT I- 

'""^^SI^IiAS^cSbJLc'sSES CES OVER HULL'S ANGELS REPORTS 
DURHAM COUPLE SUE CBS 

*=°°^^Sri;A-*?StlSLk'iuES CBS OVER HELL'S ANGELS REPORTS 
OUR-AM COUPLE SUE CBS 

'°"\l'iitl°lL^o'«''TM BLACK COLLEGES -.OT OBSOLETE 
ACT ANNOUNCES STEPS TO EASE FINANCIAL -OES 

"IpiNG'"pR0POSEo''sTiSENT .n CUTS CATCH -ORE HEAT 
A i. T CHANCELLOR ASKS REAGAN =aP AID 

'""-FORi^R'S^KTSioE GETS ACT GR 10 J08 

= 0«TNEV O.VIOSIONEY^.CHAPE^^HI,!., ^^^^_^^ 

2 SCIENCE AND MATH "OREHEAO «!NNcRS 
FOSKEY, LOVIE OELJRIS 



H 2 


3/05/92 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


5/03/82 


A 


7 P 


N 




S 2 


7/09/82 


A 


1 P 


G 


U5' 


S ' 


9/02/92 


A 


1 


N 




H 7 


9/03/82 


rt 


1 


N 




S ? 


9/13/82 


L 


1 P 






H 7 


9/18/82 


9 


2 






S 2 


9/23/82 


B 


3 






S 2 


12/10/82 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


5/13/82 


D 


1 


N 


951 


S 2 


5/13/82 


A 


3 






H 2 


5/14/92 


14 


I 




•ibl 


S 2 


5/14/92 


A 








H 2 


5/20/92 


H 


1 




■(51 


S 2 


5/20/82 


A 


11 






S 2 


4/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


4/28/92 


A 


1 







H 2 10/29/82 A 18 



7 


1/09/82 


A 


14 


7 


1/13/82 


A 




7 


1/20/82 


A 


3 


7 


1/26/92 


A 




7 


1/26/92 


A 


1 


7 


1/27/82 


A 


1 


7 


1/27/82 


[1 




7 


1/23/92 


r) 


2 


7 


1/30/82 


A 


11 


7 


2/09/32 


A 




7 


3/23/92 


A 


lU 


7 


5/29/82 


(, 


1 2 


7 


6/01/82 


b 


12 


7 


6/03/92 


C. 




7 


9/04/92 


A 




2 


9/15/82 


L 


12 



S 2 3/10/82 A3 N 00 9 
H 2 8/23/82 3 1 N 331 
H 2 11/17/82 3 1 P P -66 



3/10/92 

5/29/82 

10/21/82 



14 
IS 



S 2 2/09/92 a 1 F J06 



H 2 6/11/82 A 16 



H 2 
S 2 



2/10/82 A 1 
2/10/82 C 19 



H 2 2/10/82 A 1 
S 2 2/10/92 C 19 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



1/04/82 C 4 
1/21/82 A 14 
4/26/82 A 9 
9/03/82 3 1 
9/26/92 A '. 



5 2 4/03/82 A 



H 2 3/09/82 a 1 P N 
S 2 3/09/82 C 1 N 



-"—"»""■ —~jSBttBam)BBS3SKBSH^B 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



NAMES 



PAGE 103 
1/17/33 



COUPLE RECALL FIRST MEETING; 



'=3RG0TTEN COAT LEAD TO. ..WEDDING VOWS 



FOSTER. BILL (CLEMSON BASKETBALL COACHI 

THE UPPER CRUST. ..SECnNO OIVISIO.M HOPEFULS 

•MO SUPERSTARS. VET NO OriGS ON TYPICAL LIST OF CLEMSON'S TALENT 

POSTER. "ILL (UNIV. OF S.C. BASKETBALL COACH) 
"P. BILL: LGO'dNG FOR A LEADE= 
FOSTER PREVIEWS NCAA EAST REGIONAL FIELD 
SOUTH CAROLINA'S FOSTER COLLAPSES AFTER VICTORY 
FOSTER STABLE AFTER SUFFERING HEART ATTACK 
FOSTER RECUPERATES 

EX-OUKE COACH HAS CORONARY BYPASS SURGERY 
FOSTEP TO GO HO^E THIS WEEK 

FOSTER RELEASED FROM HOSPITALt FEELING GOOD 
FOSTER RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL 
CBA NAME DROPPING 

FOSTER. CARLTON (HENDERSON) 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH HIT-RUN 

FOSTER. DEBBIE LYNN (HENOERSONI 

WRECK INVOLVES TRUCK. CAR. HOJ SE 

FOSTER. OSCAR 
OBITUARY 

FOSTER. ROBERT T. IROCK FORGE. M. VA.) 
SOME WILKES OFFICIALS INVESTIGATED 

FOSTER, WILLIAM' 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA NETS SUSPENOEO SENTENCE 
SUSPENDED SENTENCE GIVEN IN MAN'S DEATH 

FQULKS, GARY OR. 

DUKE IMPROVES CORNEA TRANSPLANTS 

FOUNTAIN, GEORGE M. (JUDGE! 

WINPERRY NAMED 7TH DISTRICT JUDGE 
JUDGE FOUNTAIN TO RETIRE 
SUPERIOR COUR'' JUDGE TO RETIRE 

FOUNTAIN. U. H. 

DURHAM'S NEW CONGRESSMAN? IT'LL BE'" 
SOLONS ARE SKEPTICAL OF REAGAN'S PROPOSAL 
SENATE APPROVES PUTTING DURHAM IN JND DISTRICT 

'INCIPIENT CALIFANOISM' RAPPED 

NCAE TO CONDUCT POLL SOON 

JOCKEYING MAY PICK UP IN NEW 2 NO 

MOST DURHAM LEGISLATORS HAPPY ABOUT REMAP OK 

?X'^f J""!. 5^TS OUT TO CONQUER FOUNTAIN (CARTOON) 

FOUNTAIN WON'T SEEK ANOTHER HOUSE TERM 

FOUNTS IN MAY NOT RUN »GAIN 

FOUNTAIN CONFIRMS HE WON'T RUN; CITES FUNDS 

FOUNTAIN SAYS HE WON'T RUN 

DEMOCRATS DIME, DISCUSS 2ND DISTRICT RACE 

MILLER MAY RUN FQR 2N0 DISTRICT SPAT 

kni.l^lf.rEV^'^uJ?^^?!''^ ^^i',' 50INC OUT OF BUSINESS ICARTODN) 

FOUNTAIN'S WITHDRAWAL STIRS GOP INTEREST 

FOUNTAIN: NOT MANY REASONS TO RUN 

PHILOSOPHY, NOT RACE, SAID KEY TO ELECTION 

WATERS WON'T; MARIN MIGHT; GA^i ONER WILL 

FOUNTAIN INDICATES CANDIDATE HE LIKES 

^i'-f.!;*ri^^„^k°'''5 ON FOUNTAIN'S SPOUT (CARTOON) 

FOUNTAIN RAPS CIGARETTE TAX 

FOUNTAIN SUPPORTS VALENTINE 

2 ON COMMON CAUSE LIST 

WELL-INTENDED CRIME BILL WOULD GO TOO FAR 

LEAGUE HONORS FOUNTAIN 

CHRISTMAS IS A TIME TO HOPE, SAY THANKS 

CIVIC CENTER'S fllRTH STILL DOWN THE ROAD 

^OUSHEE, COLUMBUS ^HERMAN (CHAPEL HILL) 
2 CHARGED WITH SELLING COCAINE 
TWO ARRESTED IN 'AFTERMATH' OF DRUG BUST 

FOUSHEE, DIANE (CARRBORO) 

FIRE DESTROYS CARR60R0 HOUSE 

FIRE GUTS HOUSE, LEAVES 5 HOMELESS 

FOUSHEE, JOHN t OH MAIE 

SExAGE PLANT POAO MIGHT LOCATE NEAR COUPLE'S LAND 
FOUSHFC, KATHY 

DURHAM POLICE PHOPE NIGHT DEPOSIT BOX THEFT 

FOUST, WILLIE LAMONT ( G I 8S0NV ILLS ) 

2 TEEN-AGERS CHARGED IN THEFT OF BUBBLE GUM 

rc = ^,9"SS „!;?'' BUBBLE GUM CHARGES RACIALLY MOTIVATED 

lEENS ORDERED TO REPAY 10 TIMES AMOUNT OF GUM STOLEN 

■^OWLER, ANNA 

VA NURSING CHIEF SAYS HER STAFF UP TO STRENGTH 
FOWLER, BOB 

HONESTY HELPS STORE'S OWNER 

''°"'-^Slo9*?'-,*"'° ""TPICIA (ROBBINSVILLEI 

MOSS-GATHERING BRINGS JAIL TE' M 

GATHER MO MOSS? COUPLE SENTENCED FOR SWIPING FOLIAGE. . . 
FOWLER, CLIFTON 

POLICE CHARGE MAN IN SHOOTING 

FOWLER, "A=EL WEATHERSPOON 
OBITUARY 

FOWLFR, "ARK S. (FCC CHAIRMAN! 

nn2°?'-SILi,1°'J|I'''' >HOULO BE JNREGULATEO 
DON'T DEREGULATE BROADCAST INDUSTRY 

FOWLER, TRACY 

ORANGF, VANCE ATHLETES AMONG IREA'S BEST 

FOWLER, WILLIAM JERQME 

2 MEN ROB DURHAM -QTEL CLERK 

FOWLIE, WALLACE 

DUKE IS OFFFREO CATHOLIC CHAPEL 

FOX, ADRIENNE 

...OTHERS DELAY MOTHERHOOD 

FQX, ARTHUR 



N E 
P 



DATE 
2 12/05/82 E 



S I 

E L 

C PG L 



S 2 3/05/82 D 
H 2 11/17/82 D 



H 



1/29/82 

3/18/82 B 

12/12/82 3 

12/lB/l>2 a 

12/13/82 

12/15/82 A 

12/20/02 D 

12/23/82 D 

12/23/82 3 

12/25/82 B 



3YL 
M<)5 



H 1 */08/82 B 1 N 

H I 10/09/82 B 1 N 

H 2 6/15/82 3 5 

H 2 12/20/82 A 10 N 



H 2 <,/2B/82 A 7 N 351 
S 2 4/23/82 C 1 1 N 



S 2 12/03/82 C 



H 7 


2/17/82 


A 


8 




N 




S ? 


3/03/82 


r 






N 




H 2 


3/30/82 


A 


11 




N 




H ? 


1/04/82 


A 




P 


N 


G53 


S 2 


1/27/82 


r 






N 


SSB 


H 7 


2/10/82 


A 






N 


"•.SI 


H ? 


2/13/82 


A 




P 


F 


G5 3 


H 7 


2/15/82 


A 






F 




H 7 


2/20/82 


A 






N 




H 7 


2/22/B2 


A 






N 


G5B 


H 2 


3/07/82 


A 






F 


G51 


S 2 


3/12/82 


A 






N 


S8B 


H 7 


3/24/82 


A 




r 


T 


R56 


S 7 


3/26/82 


A 






N 


SRI 


H 7 


3/27/82 


r 






N 


SSI 


S 2 


3/27/82 


A 




p 


N 


Fin 


H 2 


3/28/82 


A 




p 


N 




H 2 


3/28/82 


r 






N 


r,83 


S 2 


3/29/82 


A 






N 


«7I 


H 2 


4/01/82 


A 




T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


4/02/82 


H 






N 


G5 3 


H 1 


4/03/R2 


r 




P 


N 




S 2 


4/16/82 


c 






N 


S83 


H 2 


5/01/82 


H 




P 


N 


r,S3 


H 7 


6/10/82 


Fl 







N 


G81 


H 7 


6/12/82 


A 




T 


T 


R56 


S 7 


3/05/82 


r 






N 




S 7 


9/20/82 


r 






N 




S 7 


9/28/82 


A 










H 2 
H 1 


10/09/82 
12/01/82 


A 






E 
N 




S 2 


12/24/32 


A 






c 




H 2 


12/26/82 


c 




P 


F 





S 1 6/1D/B2 C 1 
H 2 6/11/82 A 9 



H 2 1/12/82 A II 
S 2 1/12/B2 A 7 



S 2 3/31/82 C 1 
S 2 9/10/82 A 5 



H 2 3/04/82 C 12 
H 2 3/24/82 C 4 
H 2 3/25/92 3 8 



H 2 5/06/82 E 4 
S 2 3/20/82 C 3 



S 2 4/07/82 C 19 
H 2 4/08/82 A 10 



S 2 5/27/82 C 1 
H 2 6/15/82 3 5 



H 2 1D/29/P2 A 4 
H 2 11/04/32 A 5 



H 2 4/18/82 B 7 N S71 

S 2 6/15/82 6 1 N 

H 2 12/11/82 6 1 N 'V24 

H 2 7/25/82 E 1 P F 830 



'■i. 

3 



Q 



« N T H L T / » N ^^ U A L 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



1/17/83 



PCX. 



riS FIGHTS F«T 4.N0 TlxeS 



aaiTuiRv 



cox, j4m;s c. (f-iErf HSNOVER c:).i „,^,^,„ 

SENATORS FNOORSF FOX FOI JUDGESHIP 
MC^'NEE CHaSEI FjR JUDGESHIP 

^85 ^r^SSi??dM'jiioSi>OR ...C. EASTERN DISTRICT 



FQX, 

FQX, 

CDX 



JNC^IoaBo'liSES alD TO ?AN FURIDA SCHOOL 

JOHN (CHA3LDTTE) _ „, ,^^,^.„ 

COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF OFFICrR 
THE LAM »ORKEO AS INTENDED 



JUNIUS CLAUDE -guD' 

jaiTUARY 

05ITUARY 

FOX, KIM?EPLEy 



JR. (CHAPEL HILL) 



FOLKS ABOUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
DURHA", CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS WIN GRANTS 
16 STUDENTS JIN 1ERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 



FOX 
FRANCES 



ROGER IHICKORYl 
HANG UPSIDE DOWN, 



N.C. COMPANY SAYS 



LYNN 
OTHERS DELAY MOTHERHOOD 



■""""^^^A/^SIlTER: MONEY COMMITTEE SITS IN STRANGE SETTING 

"""^'^pIrkingSicket delays transfer 

francis, "arc 
prep notes 

"""""fRANk'^TO GIVE PIANO CLASSES AMD RECITAL 

FRANK, RICHARD IHASHINGTDN, D.C.I 
JHQ'S JM THE WHALES" SIDE? 

"•""jic'REC^^SlT: TAR HEEL STAFF SEATS OUT BUCKEYES FOR FR/ 
CAROLINA SCORES BIG WITH OHIO TIGHT END 

=RANKLIN, JOE IMORROW "T. STATE PK. RANGER) 
UWHARRIES BECKON 

FRANKLIN, JOHN HOPE .,_^ 

FRAMKLIN VIEWS POLITICS AND LIBRARIES 
RfYALL, FRANKLIN TO GET OEGRE-S 
HF'S NOT JUST A BLACK HISTORIAN 
2'wILL GET HONORARY DEGREES 

FRANKLIN. JOSEPH PAUL 

REAL AND IMAGINARY RACISM 

FRANKLIN. JOSEPH RALPH (CHARLOTTE) 
MAN CCNVICTEO OF "URDER 
SLAYING BRINGS LIFE SENTENCE 



FRANKLIN. NELLIE 
OBITUARY 

""fpaNKS FINOS A PRODUCTIVE POSITION AT T6 

FRASER. THOMAS BISHOP 
ai5"DP TO RESIGN 

CHURCHES URGED TO HELP NEEDY ,,,,.,.^,„.. 
EPtSCnPAL BISHOP FRASER ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION 
EPISCOPAL DIOCESE GETS NEW BISHOP 

FRASIE", ELIZaSETH 

hpmf fop boys needed 
fraylon, gerald 

•-VP AWARD 

AS TB FPAYLDN GOES, 



SO GOES EAGLES' SCORE 



'""'f^E HCBclSVSrSaNROE FRAZIE' CARPETS LAEN WITH HIS WARES 

FRAZIER, ARTHUR (CHARLOTTE) 

GOLFER KILLED BY LIGHTNING 

FRA2IFP, CLAUDE OR. (AShEVILLE) 
COMPASSIONATE SURGEON 

"""^'iSO KLANS^EN PLAN PROTEST TODAY ON PRISONER'S BEHALF 

FRA2IER, GEORGE w, 

NAACP UNIT JOINS PUS-CUTS PROTESTS 

COUNCIL STICKS »Y VOTE ON BUS SERVICE 

KING'S PIRTHDAY should ?E HOLIDAY 

BLACKS SUPPORT CIVIC CENTER. = ""^ If », ,1 AYS 

NAArp TO STAND 'Y VOTE ON JURH A" CIVIC CENTER 

BUILDING SITE CONFLICT CAUSES NEW HUNT 

BAD CHECK CHARGE FILED ON NAACP HEAD ^„.,,,, 

Wf^RTHLESS CHECK CHARGES FILED AGAINST FRAZIER 

WARRANT AGAINST FPA2IER SAID RECALLED 

CHECK WARRANT RFCALLEC _ , „„,„.„„ 

ENDORSE"ENT CONFLICT IOCS SPA5KS TO PRIMARY 

DURHAM NAACP SETS ELECTIONS 

NAACP ELECTS FRtJISl 

FRA2IFR GETS NAACP POST 

FRAZIER. JAMES M. 

DTI INSTRUCTOR GETS FELLOWSHIP 

FRAZIER RFCFIVES » ICROEL EC TPO" IC S FELLOWSHIP 

""""'aTTORNEYS^LEASE space in downtown BUILDING 
LAWYERS MOVING TO KRESS BUILDING 

FRAZIER, WILLIE RAYMOND (RALEIGH) 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P 3YL 

H 2 12/26/82 D I = F A20 
H 2 1/27/82 B R 



H 2 5/21/°2 a "• 

H 1 9/l?/°2 9 1 

S 2 10/31/82 C » 

H 2 U/U/82 3 2 



H 2 3/04/P2 3 1 



S 2 9/08/82 C 13 
H 2 9/13/82 A 5 



H 2 10/27/82 C 6 
H 2 10/28/82 A 14 



H 2 1/30/82 3 I U 

H 2 4/22/82 3 1 N 

S 2 <,/22/82 A 17 N 

5 2 2/0<./82 B 4 P F 

H 2 7/25/82 E 1 P F 330 

H 2 4/13/82 A 1 G G53 

H 2 1/06/82 El N :i51 

S 2 2/11/82 C 3 P U C09 

H 2 3/07/82 A 7 N 

H 2 8/05/82 A 4 E 



S 2 3/18/82 B 2 P F 
H 2 3/21/82 a 12 N 



H 2 10/29/32 D 1 P F W66 



H 2 4/11/82 3 P U H45 

H 2 5/05/82 E I N 

H 2 5/09/82 1 P F 

S 2 5/12/82 C 4 N 



H 2 6/15/82 A 



H 2 5/08/82 A 
H 2 5/12/S2 A 



S 2 2/03/82 4 N 
H 2 9/05/82 C 8 
H 2 9/24/82 C 1 P F C52 



H 2 1/30/82 A 1 M 

H 2 1/30/32 A 5 N 

S 2 1/30/82 A 6 P N 

H 2 1/31/82 A 15 N 



S 2 2/02/82 A 



S 2 10/14/82 A 2 P P ■'66 
H 2 U/18/82 D 3 P F 366 



H 2 7/30/82 B 1 " F M14 

H 2 7/23/82 All N 

H 2 2/13/82 A 4 L 

H 2 1/03/82 A 7 N 



S 2 1/31/82 C 1 N 

S 2 1/05/82 A 1 P N <90 

H 2 2/02/82 A 4 L 

S 2 6/02/82 A 1 N K90 

S 2 6/ll/°2 A \ N <90 

M 2 S/l2/»2 A 1 N S51 

H 2 7/16/82 3 1 N 

S 2 7/16/82 J 5 N 

H 2 7/17/82 8 I N 

S 2 7/19/32 A 3 N 

S 3 7/26/82 A 1 P N Sa3 

H 2 9/12/82 A 19 N 

H 2 10/18/°2 A 12 P N 

S 2 l0/18/°2 A 6 N 



H 2 6/24/82 A 21 
S 2 6/25/82 A 6 



S 2 a/13/82 C 1 
H 2 a/14/82 6 I 



N 



MONTHLY/A 



N fJ U A L 
1/01/8J 



INDEX 
U/31/a2 



NAMES 



PAGE lOS 
l/lT/83 



MOTHeP WILL SUE 

CREOERtCKt FRANK lORANGE CO.) 

S.l^^fJIIUl •* Q''Me»'; '=I1-E FOR ORANGE COUNTY RACES 
UNCONTESTED RACES IN ORANGE 

FREOERICKSON, DONALD S. DR. 

FREELANO, JACES 

SCHOOL =CaRO "EHEER SEEKS ANOTHER TERM 

<> BACKED 3Y P5CE IN CRA'IGF 

GROUP 34CXS -. ORANGE SCHOOL 3DAR3 CANDIDATES 

CENTRAL OFFICE ^T4F= SIZE KEY ISSUE IN RACE 

COMPTON UON'T SEEK RUNOFF »OTE 

HAITHCOCK AND MILLER WIN SEATS ON EDUCATION SOARD 

FREELANO. JESSIE COLE ICHAPEL HILL) 
G9ITUARY 

FREELANO. LQOI JAMES (HILLSBOROUGH) 

ORANGE TEEN OIES IN WRECK 

ONE DEAD, Z HURT IN ORANGE WRi^CK 
OBITUARY 

NO CHARGES TO BE FILED IN ACCIDENT 

NO CHARGES FILED IN FATAL WRE:k 

SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE HER MEMORIAL 

FREELANO. PEARL HALL 
OBITUARY 

FREELANO. BONOA 

HUMAN RELATIONS WEEK THEME CHOSEN 
HUMAN RELATIONS WEEK GETS THEfE 

FREEMAN, BECKY 

FAS'' FOODS: MAN CANNOT LIVE 0>l BURGERS ALONE 

FREEMAN. CALVIN 5UPNFLL IGREENSBORO) 
BUSINESSMAN SENTEMCEO 

FREEMAN. OOBSON WASHINGTON 
OBITUARY 

CREEMAN, HAL (BUTNER) 

CHRISTIANS NOT GULLIBLE 

FREEMAN. JOHN DR. 

RABIES CAMPAIGN FOCUSING ON CATS 

FREEMAN. JOHN FRANKLIN III 

DURHAM HOME IS SEARCHED 
FBI SEARCHES DURHAM HOME 

FREEMAN, MARY LOCKHART 
OBITUARY 

FREEMAN, ROBIN ANNETTE 

LOVE WAS AN UNEXPECTED BUT HAPPY DEVELOPMENT 

FRENCH, FREDERICK GRAY 

TWO MEN ARRESTED IN BROADMOOR STABBING 

2 CHARGED <iITH MURDER GO TO COURT TOMORROW 

FRENCH, KEITH AND AUMAN (ROCKINGHAM CO.) 
ILLEGAL FUR TRADE PROBED 

FRFNCH. NATHANIEL (CHAPEL HILL) 

CHAPEL HILL FIRF DAMAGES APARTMENT 

=RFNCH. WHITNEY 

EVOLUTION LETTER MISSED POINT 

FRESHWATER, "^ARGARFT FAYE 

OFFICERS NAB WOMAN ON COCAINE CHARGES 
WOMAN FACES DRUG CHARGES v.r,«,M,ca 

FRETZ, MARLENE BROWN (CHAPEL HILL) 
F1UR DIE IN TWO WRECKS 
NO CHARGES PRESSED IN 2 FATAL ACCIDENTS 

=RFY, Carol 

WHY re-elect ALLEN? 

FREY, DONALD E. ( WINSTON-SSLEM) 

ECONOMIST: CREDIT WOULD CUT PJBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT 

FRICK, BERTHA JOHNSTON 
OBITUARY 

FRIDAY, OETSY 

2LMrsT'l^'i;i,'i'iE"" ■^^"^ERSHIP DRIVE 

'"°'|rsr;'si5?;s°^g^fE=TV,5%E'?i?i!?,i^^^ ""'^"'°^ "-^ 
"isSL^i j?.''3^ssE?r'^- '^ ^^'""^^ 

FRIDAY: PROPOSED CUTS WOULD HJRT BLACK SCHOOLS 
FRIDAY LOBBIES FOR =EDE»AL AID TO STUDENTS 
FEDERAL SCHOOL «ID SHOULD BE 'EDIJCED 
BOAOO MEETINGS HAVE BAD RAP 

CAkHLINA poll says SRAHAM LEADS IN NAME RFCnGNITTDN 
FOLKS AROUND here: WITH THE HIGHER FDUCATION SET 
N.C. MEEDS FOR =UTURE OUTLINED Jui-'iiU'^ it I 
WORTHY GOALS ON COLLISION COURSE 
WITH THE HIGHER EDUCaTIOm ^^j 

sfun^.V'^S^?l?ES'i.^%\'SY'iN"S '"' '" """' '^'"°" 

i"?To''!liiJfr^T£"S?-'- '"'-'- 5TU0ENT IN BAT DEATH 
3 TAR HEcLS TO OS HONORED 

UNC'S FRIDAY, COLLEGE HEADS D'SCUSS ATHLETICS 
MAN SENTENCED IN Ex TOR TI ON CAS I "IHLCnLi 
pRESIOEr'TS DISCUSS ATHLETIC CLIMATE 
MAN GUILTY OF EXTORTION 
SCHOOL ATHLETES WILL BE TOPIC 
FOl^KS AROUNP HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
FPIDAy: COUPEOaTION KEY TO ME'TING CHANGE, GROWTH 
FRIDOVICH, IPWIN OR. 

DUKE BIOCHEMIST DISCOUNTS HEALTH VALUE OF 'YOUTH P!)l • 
ILLUMINATING FISH TOPIC OF CUM LAUOE LECTURE 



DATE 
9/08/P2 



1/30/52 
11/03/82 



3/l4/»2 
3/15/92 



lA 
1 



l/21/?2 
6/U/R2 
6/1 1/82 
6/27/32 
5/3D/82 
6/30/82 



H 2 9/10/82 C 



7/30/82 C 
7/31/82 8 
7/31/82 B 
3/06/82 A 
3/06/82 A 
10/16/82 A 



H 2 5/13/32 B 5 



S 2 11/23/32 B 
H 2 11/24/02 A 



F K90 
N 



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

H 2 5/24/82 e 7 N 

H 2 4/03/32 C 4 

H 2 11/03/92 A 4 L 

H 2 11/06/82 a I N L30 



S 2 1/11/82 C 1 N U57 
H 2 1/12/82 All N 



H 2 5/08/32 C 3 



H 2 2/21/82 E 2 P F 930 



H 2 5/11/82 
S 2 5/11/82 



H 2 8/13/92 A 11 



S 1 2/25/92 C 1 



E05 
A54 



H 


2 


2/24/92 


A 


4 


H 

s 


2 
2 


12/16/82 
12/16/82 


B 
A 


1 

2 


s 

H 


2 
2 


9/22/92 
9/23/82 


A 
B 


1 
1 


H 


2 


7/25/82 





4 



H 2 4/13/92 A 11 



H 2 12/23/82 B 



H 2 


2/16/92 


A 


6 


P N 




S 2 


7/15/82 


D 


1 


P F 


B71 


H 2 


3/04/82 


A 


1 ■= 


N 




S 2 


3/10/92 


r 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/U/92 


r 


1 






H ; 


3/l'/82 


A 


4 


L 




H / 


3/29/82 


9 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/29/32 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/06/92 


A 


4 


F 




H 2 


4/U/=2 




1 


G 




H 2 


4/11/92 










H ? 


4/14/32 




1 


U 




H 7 


4/29/82 


r 


1 ' 


N 




S .' 


4/29/92 


A 


4 


P U 


Hn9 


H 2 


5/05/92 


^ 




n U 




S 2 


7/D3/92 


A 




G 


U57 


S 2 


7/15/92 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/16/82 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


9/05/-2 


,-i 


1 


N 


W36 


S ? 


8/05/82 


A 


1 P 


N 




H ? 


a/06/92 


A 


) 3 


N 




S ? 


3/12/82 


(■ 


10 


N 




H 2 


3/13/92 




1 


N 


W36 




3/13/32 


( 




N 




S 2 


B/13/92 


r 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/17/82 




9 






H ? 


3/29/92 


1 


I 


1 U 




S 2 


11/01/92 


A 


1 


N 




S 7 


2/03/92 


A 


7 






S 2 


5/07/92 


A 


12 


N 





% 



MOMTHLT/i '*,'<„^,t,'- 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PAGE 106 
l/lT/83 



N E 



S I T 

DATE C 'G L ■> "rL 



5E = KI'1G T9UTH: 4 SCIENTIST'S 1 PPROACH 
Ic! E^T IF IC METHOD CAN 8E OVERDONE 

^''^'^Sr^oJirlo'-LAy .tTM OOLLS 

^nstInJ "«lLl»»ITr3R6»CHES COU'^'-ESY 

""^"Ianeoro^oxs zoning chance for ne-i plant 

'^'"i^ir tr.ii ;Nc°sTuiis:tr!io?i'-5iscp. -.nation 

frieze* oonalo rice 

33ITUART 

FRINKS. GOLDEN . ^^^ OVERCOME- AT RALLY IN RALEIGH 

FRINk", 3 OTHERS ARRESTED AT 3 C^ PROTEST 

'"'^"ISi.^lfeMrtSfkR^i'^i.EF IN CHAPEL HILL 

""^"?"s;«eSX'?ix ..a.es fresh. fu-,ny show 

'^''"''"AGTiS^lTlif flcx^vroENCE FOR .UR06R CHARGE 

"''''' i'AOE^CHARGEO IN SEXUAL ASSAULT 
BONC PEOUCcO FOR OUGHT BELL 
JUDGE REDUCES BELL'S ?0'I0 

FRVE. CHERYL CE'JISE 

•(AN CHARGED IN ASSAIJLT 
MAN FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 

Cvc, HENRY (N.C. SUPRE-^F COURT! 

FRYF WON'T SEEK 2N0 SENATE TEPf 

'^'■^''rANFr'^iiKS «f?li STATUS FOR MIGRANTS 
■^Ul-FnRC.^TCDg^ HIS EYE. SHE HON HIS HEART 
= ^^HA-._^0ONALO J;,|«'^j^GE«. ^^^^^g 

=JLLENW.nER.^PM,ceP^,.ONROE. ^^^^ _ ^^^ ^^^ fuLLEN-IDER 
OBITUARY 

"■''■'■'SSRrLFi-FAcls'TllAL TODAY ON I OF 3 XUROER CHARGES 
ROaeiNS JURY SELECTION BEGINS 

"''^'"'■"C'JRTi"fuLLER TOPS JOHNSON ON 'FIRE' 

''''■'--?;A2^rSVtL'ViiN'S'?ls"iN"^!jki.H county -REC< 
TE=N KILLFO IN CAR COLLISION 
33iTUARY 

TFEN CHARGEO IN WRECK 
TEE'l CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 

°"'-'-";iflc"3EN0UNCES -FASHIONABLE COARSENESS' IN CURRENT FICTION 

= ULL^R. JI*' AND 7ICKI _ 

PAIP BOUNCE THEIR MAY TO FITNESS 

FULLER. LORENA TH0"PSON 
OBITUARY 

'"'■'"'^CONFIOENCE. DEFENSE SET SPARTAN GUARDS APART 

FULLER. PAULINE ASHMORTH 
OBITUARY 

FULLER. PANOALL OJEN IGRANVILLE CO. 1 
OFFICER'S SON ARRESTED 

FULLER. _-ILL!A- ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ HEELS' ANTI--««RINO PLAN 
FULLER SPEED AHEAD AT UNC 
CASTQP. TWO TAR HEELS MAKE 2ND TEAM 

'=^'-'-"sJi"cl hL^?°2??TENING 0^• A PARTY LINE 
FULL-Q^O.JA-ES^ISAAC.^^^J^^ PROBE MOONSHINE DEATHS 

'"•■'InAs'tilSArSAFD^EFLECTING CHANGES IN -OMEN'S ROLES 

FULTON. LYNN STONE 

JURORS SELECTED IN VICKERY LAWSUIT 
acpcRTcj TO TESTIFY IN VICKERY SUIT 
viCKEPY S'JIT DISMISSED 
JUDGE DISMISSES MARRIAGE LAWSUIT 

="'-"?SAlt:4?VrDi-pICKS LAWYER FPO- DUR-.M 

'"'■^'':;iRnJ?''?iJcT^?-IN VICKERY LAWSUIT^ " 
HCPORTEP T3 TESTIFY IN VICKERY SUIT 
viCKEFY SUI* TISMISSEO,, , ,, 
JUDGE DIS-'ISSES MARRIAGE LAWSJIT 

FULTZ. tE|ti"„0V;t2ic°Gi!LTY IN ST^KESOALE e.NK HOLDUP 
T-WO SENTENCED IN BANK HOLDUP 

FUNDERPURK. ". LAtlFY JR.„.,., r^t-o 
DUKF NA-ES alumni affairs CHIjF 
FUNPERBuSk TD head -"UKE ALd-NI AFFA RS 
DUKE ALUMNI PRO''EST FIRING DF RED wILSON 



H 2 9/23/"2 A <. V 

H 2 9/30/92 A 5 U G33 



H 2 12/IR/B2 5 



H 2 3/31/"2 A 5 
H 2 i/ll/BJ D <• 



" I 1/06/92 B 1 
S 2 2/22/B2 A 3 
H ■>. 5/06/92 C 3 



H 2 2/22/92 2 1 = N 
H 2 9/23/92 3 1 N 



H 2 9/D9/B2 C 7 
H 2 9/2'./92 11 
S 2 5/0<./32 A 2 



S 2 1/21/82 C I 
H 2 1/22/92 3 5 
S 2 1/22/92 A 7 



H 2 8/D9/92 A 3 
S 2 8/09/92 A 6 



S 2 './l'./92 C RON 

S 2 3/03/82 C 3 N 

H 2 7/25/92 £ 2 P F S56 

H 2 7/10/B2 A 11 N 

H 2 2/21/82 C I P U L57 

H 2 6/17/92 C 16 P 

H 2 11/09/02 B 1 N W36 

S 2 11/09/82 3 1 N 

H 2 1/01/82 10 P R S66 

S 2 6/07/92 A 1 N U57 

H ' 6/09/S2 A 10 N 

H 2 6/ID/92 C 16 

H 2 6/12/92 A 5 N 

S 2 6/12/92 A H N 

H 2 './04/B2 3 ' U H<,5 

S 2 1/07/92 S I P F J06 

M 2 11/04/82 C 17 

S 2 1/09/92 A 9 P U C09 

H 2 3/13/92 C 6 D 

S 2 3/09/92 C 1 N 

H 2 9/09/R2 I ° F S9l 

H 2 10/l'./92 D I P F C52 

S 2 12/07/82 C 1 N 

H 2 3/26/32 A 1 F H<.5 

S 2 7/21/82 C 12 N 

H 2 2/17/82 C 12 N 



S 2 4/20/92 A ? N 

H 2 './2l/°2 A I N W36 

S 2 4/21/92 A I ■! W36 

H 2 4/22/32 A 1 N 



H 2 9/10/82 A 9 



S 2 4/20/92 A 5 N 

M ' 4/21/P2 A I N W36 

' 2 4/21/92 A 1 N W36 

H 2 4/22/92 A 1 N 



H 2 1/07/82 3 2 
H 2 1/20/82 C 4 



H 2 9/04/92 A 3 P •■• 
H 2 9/D6/92 A 7 N 
S 2 11/24/92 A I >! •'23 



HaHTHLY/ANNUAL INOEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



D4VtS S4LUTES THE REINHiRTS 
SURPRISE AWA^O 

FUNK. aL5X 

JOURNALISTIC EXC=LL=NCE 

=UOUA, HUGH E LUCILLE 

THEY CEEL LIKE THEY'VE BEEN MARRIED ALU THEIR LIVES 

FUaUA, LUCILLE DUKE 
OPITUARY 

FUOUAY. DORA PARRI5H 
OPITUARY 

=URLaw. THnnAS L. 

CHURCH Calls three to serve 

l=URR. GENE (RALEIGH) 

^IE;^ -LOVE AFFAIR- rtlTH OUTER ^ANKS PRODUCES VOLUME 
FURR. RtCHARC 

DURHAM BANKERS SAY INTEREST RATES WILL REMAIN UNSTABLE 

=URS. RICHARD ICHERAW, S.C.) 

TRACTTR THEFT CHARGES FILED 

FUTRELL. ANNIE 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! 
HAPPY ingTHI 

FUTRELL. ASHLEY 

FIJTRELL QUITS AS CHAIRMAN OF ECU BOARD 

FUTRELL, CHARLES MICHAEL IGREENVILLEI 

SHOOTING "AY HAVE BEEN CULT INITIATION 
OFFICER ADMITS SHOCTING STORY WAS FABRICATED 

FYFE. VALERIA C. 
OPITUARY 

GAOEP. STEVEN (CHAPEL HIULI 

CHAPEL HILL HUMAN SERVICES HE1 3UITS 
UABER LEAVING DIRECTOR'S JOB 

GAeuER. CAPL ERNEST 
OPITUARY 

GAERIEL. CHARLES A. ( GEN. I 

LINCOLNTON NATIVE NAMED AF CHIEF 

GADQIS. HALE 

DURHA" LIBRARY DIRECTOR TO RETIRE ON "ARCH 31 

rn^D [^t?gilY^?Elyi^fS?P^'^°^'' " ^""'"^ ^"'^^ 

LIBRARIAN STRESSES INVOLVEM'JNT 

PLAY CAIR ON THE CIVIC CENTER 

LIBPARY GIVES BOTH SIDES 

LI6RARY THRHws ?QOK AT OVERDUE BORROWERS 

GAPOY, oOBBY MICKEY (BURLIMGTONI 

THREE KILLED IN ALAMANCE WRECK 

GAODY, CHARLIE (URAL-TVI 

CHAMBER SCHEDULES BANTUET 

GAOO'JSKI. ^QGUSLAW 

p'rr^u'^SfrTn?',', ■''iJ;'-„l°S",' 3^ ALLOWED OUT OF POLAND 
SShi^y. '"^I^'^"- ^° REJOIN HIS N.C. WIFE NEXT WEEK 
POLS FINALLY REJOINS WIFE AFT'^R MONTHS OF RED TAPE 

gado'vski, paula 

polish national to rejoin his n.c. wife next week 

Gadsden, darrell 

thioo man arrested on slavery charg= 

n.c. min arpeste3 in n.y. on slavery charges 

gaos"en, dhnnell 

two sentenced in worker case 

gads1e"), joel darrfll (ward, s.c.i 

Twl'sE^lNdEnX'^^g^^ 2i^b '""' TREATMENT OF MIGRANTS 

GAGE, MICHAEL H. 

MAN BUYS DURHAM FIRM 

GaGNON, JEAN PAUL TR. 

CARROLL «RIT£5 JOURNAL ARTICLE 

GATNFS, CLARENCE ""IG HOUSE" 

5ii''i?;,'^JSE JOIN BASKETBALL ■'ALL 

THc PLIGHT OF COLLEGE HrOPS' VINNINGEST COACH 

GAINES. MICHAEL (CAMP LEJEUNEl 

MARINE SUES FOR MONEY IN CONTEST 
GAL8»AITH, A.S. 

MICHAUX CONSISTENT ON SOC. SEC. 

GAL3RAITH, MINNIE PENDERGRASS 

CEITUARY 

GALE, ASHLAND 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

GALIFIANAKIS. PETE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: REPORT FRO" BOHEMIA 

GALL, STANLEY OR. 

^i?':''" TALK TOPIC: OVER-30 PREGNANCY 
DFLAYFJ PREGNANCY TOPIC 

GALLAGHER, AL 

TOUGH ACT TO follow: 30O8Y DEWS. 
NOTHING DULL ABOUT OEWS 



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107 
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N E 

P 



S I T 

F L Y 

C PG L P 9YL 



H 2 7/l<,/>)2 B ION 

S 2 7/l<^/n2 8 1 P P R91 



H 2 3/05/B2 A -v L 

H 2 2/23/82 A 6 P N 

H 2 10/31/82 C 4 

H 2 5/2<>/82 3 6 

S 2 l/0'3/e2 A 6 P N 

H 2 1/31/82 3 U H*8 

S 2 3/D2/B2 A 1 N Sa3 

H 2 9/09/92 A 9 N 



S 2 6/16/82 B- 1 o o M66 
H 2 6/16/82 A IPO M66 



H 2 12/05/32 C 4 



H 2 11/06/82 A 5 N 
H 2 12/11/92 A 5 N 



H 2 6/2A/92 C 17 



H 2 6/15/92 B 1 N W36 
S 2 6/15/82 A 3 N 



H 2 <,/26/B2 A 10 
H 2 3/19/B2 A 1 



S 2 2/15/82 A 1 P N F30 

H 2 2/16/82 A 1 N 

H 2 2/21/82 4 L 

5 2 3/13/82 A 3 P F F30 

S 2 4/27/82 C I N 

S 2 6/07/fl2 C 1 P F C42 

H 2 6/14/92 A 4 L 

H 2 6/20/92 DSL 

H 2 12/02/92 8 1 N 881 



H 2 12/05/92 C 1 
H 1 12/11/92 3 1 



H 2 3/27/92 A 5 
H 2 5/24/82 A 7 
H 2 6/06/92 A 7 



H 2 5/24/92 A 7 



H 2 1/J9/82 A 5 
H 2 1/10/82 A 17 



H 2 2/02/92 3 12 



H 2 1/25/92 A 11 
H 2 2/32/82 3 12 



GALLAGHER, MARK ELWOOO 



H ? 10/29/92 C <5 N 

S 2 3/03/92 C I N 

H 2 5/04/92 3 2 N 

H 2 11/17/82 C 1 P U M71 

H 2 5/20/92 All N 

H 2 7/25/82 DAL 

H 2 10/17/82 C 4 

H 2 10/23/92 C 1 D U 

H 2 4/07/82 a 1 U 

H 2 10/29/82 A 19 N 

S 2 U/03/92 C 1 N N25 



H 2 2/05/92 C 1 P F M71 

S 2 2/35/92 1 P u 566 

H 2 5/39/82 3 1 D F „7i 

S 2 5/17/82 D 6 P N R66 

H 2 7/11/92 BAN M71 

H 2 11/21/92 3 14 N M71 



3 



H 
Q 
H 



MONTHLir/ 



M'lUiL INDEX 

1/01/82 - \Z/-i\/^2 



Bklii 103 
1/17/83 



DURHAM POLICE MUST TSiVEL OUT OF STiTE AGMN T3 GET M»N 
SUSPECT FORCES JNO POLICE TRI" 

"^^'rnaoi ^!fi.s=^.iN'ii?i?^i?^.r2;.Ti-P0R. camp-on 



GALLFRt ROBERT ORIOKLYN. -J. V.I 

FluR CHARGED IN SMUGGLING OF 



;iGARETTES 



'"•'"'galli''*na?e*. cq"R9i-iato<! ^f m=alth eoucation center 

3ALLIS NAMES CCOROINaTOR 

GiLL-)««». alExanOEp "ALEX" HENDERSaN 
SX-RE»NCL33 PPESIHENT DIES 
ALEX H. GALLJMAV, FIRMER RJR ■'E'O 

^""'""OEFENSE^OF 5QBSY <NIGHT NOT CTNVINCINC 

'■•'^^''75Ic<if'Si5s'lg¥rR^S,Fi TO AVDIO CARS 

"^^•Strj?^E^'rE5i?'i!i STUCK AT JOB 

GALLOWAY. < AP EN ?. IJUOGEl 

'^'■'- GALLOWAY REVEALS RE-ELECTION PLANS 
JUDGE FILES FOR RF-ELECTION 
aukHAM JUDGES SUPPORT <AREN GALLOWAY 
OUSHAM BLACJ LESDERS SEE PROGRESS. 'ROBLE-S 

^•^^e^iQkB^^^olH^PE'ATlSPcrL^^g'foOUBLE-FDGED S-ORD 

RULING -Y JUDGE GALLOWAY OVERTURNED 

■ CTTCOC SE'=< RAR ^UPPTRT 

LETTERS SE=K SUPP1RT FOR JUDGE GALLOWAY 

JUDICIAL CANDIDATE ANSWERS INCUMBENT 

r^^^r^k.im^'lllll ^i^vlt' MAGE PROBLEM 

rEl=^5'D^'E'rA:L^il:; 3yss:!i'5is T^pV^f COURT... ^^ 

OA CANDIDATES LEAD I''„SPENOINGJOR COUNTY RACES 
VOTERS' ALLIANCE: "CnOICE YOU' S ' IN DA RACc 

5i5^PcANOl"T^?ll=S = r?N^ERHISSIVENESS ^^ 

«°CH LFNI".CYISSSUE DEBATED 9Y 2 OPPONENTS 

BLACK GROUP ENDORSES CIVIC CENTER 

JUDGE GALLOWAY DEFEATS CHANEY 

WIDE APPEAL HELPED GALLCwAY WIN 

HARGI': OF VICTORY WAS 1 PHONE CALL , ,^ 

HARRIS IS F'Rsf GRADUATE OF PRO'lATION CHALLENGE 

MS. gIlLOUAY TO GIVE TALK ON LITTLE TRIAL 

GAllQWAY WILL jOIN LAWYERS AT CONVENTION 

5n5T MoJfv SP=NT IN RACE FOR DIST-ICT ATTORNEY'S SEAT 

DA-S RiCE MOST EXPENSIVE IN DURHAM COUNTY PRIMARY 

2 CnURT OFFICIALS HOSPITALIZED 

uALLOWAY, DllMGARNER IN STABLE CONDITION 

JUDGE RESTING COMFORTABLY. FAMILY SAYS 

3FST WISHES FOR RECOVERY 

JUOCE GALLOWAY Mjr LEAVE HOSPITAL TODAY 

GALLOWAY MAY GO HOME TODAY 

judge tc return 

jucce galloway back in court 

Salkout masks lEary's swearing-in 

LA.YFPS. JUDGE PROTEST FIRING JF BAILIFF 
JUDGE USES =LAwEO JUDGMENT IN WALKOUT 
JUDGE BACK AT WORK AFTE= BRAIN SURGERY 

GALLOWAY. RICHARD EVAN 

CruPLE FIND SOME OPPQSITES ATTRACT 

GALLOWAYj SONIA KIM ^^^^ ERANKLIN COUNTY 

SOMA GALLOWAY NAMED MISS FRANKLIN COUNTY 

GALLOWAY. VERTINA 

FOLKS APOUNO here: LIFE IN DURHAM 

''""poograS'kIys'on hospital staf= needs 
gamble. james w. icumberland co. i 

ChuRT UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING „,^., „.,. .^r 
COuPT'S I-'TERPRETATION UPHOLDS JUDGE'S RULING 

GAMBLE. PEARLIE 

OaiTUARY 



M8CA. LO'lNIE IFLORIDAI 

CAMERAS WILL »E USET TO SEARCH 
MINE SEARCHED FOR BODY 

SEARCH :f mine halted 

POLICE HOPING MINE SEARCH CAN 
SUSPECT REPORTEO PUSHED INTO ' 
VOLUNTcFR OFFERS TO SEARCH ABA 
VOLUNTEER CHOSEN TO SEARCH "IN 
TWO BODIES FQUNO IN ABANDONED 
ABANDONED MINE SHAFT may CQNCE 
NASHVILLE FLAME SAYS 'I'M A SJ 
Two BODIES =ROM MINE lOENTIFIE 
WOMAN TC BE JUESTIONEO ABOUT ' 
ROGUIN': ASHE SHERIFF AIMS TO 
BONG DENIED IN SLAYING CASE 
MINE SHAFT TO BE FILLED 
MAN INDICTED IN ASHE "IVE SLAY 
SIX APE INDICTED IN AROUCTION 
TRIAL SCHED'JLEO to open TODAY 
TRIAL 3PENS IN -INE SLAYING 
INFORMANT SAYS HE WAS FORCED T 
INFORMER SAYS BIKE GANG Pur P» 
tAN SAID ALIVE WHEN PUSHED 
C"URT SECURITY IN aShE tighTE" 
-ITNESS PARTIALLY REFUTES TEST 
SEARC FQp INDICTED MEN EVOKE! 
JURY DELI»ERATIf'G IN muroER r> 
JURY FINOS BARE GUILTY OF HURT 
BARE CONVICTED If MURDER IN AS 
SUSPFCT IN 2 KILLING^ ARRESTEE 
THIRD SUSPECT IN MINE DEATH 5J 
DRJGS. KIDNAPPING. TEATH 3R0UG 
SENTENCE HEARING BEGINS 

BASE IS sent;nced to life I'i d 

STUNTMiN OFFERS TO SEARCH MIME 
2 INDICTED FOR MURDER 

IMBRELL. R. OAVID 



MINE FOR BODY 



CONTINUE 

INE 

NOONEO MINE FOR BODY 

E 

MINE 

AL 20 VICTIMS 

PER HERO FOR JUSTICE" 



IDNAPPING. 
END IT 



SLAYINGS 



ING CASE 

CASE 

IN "INE CASE 

PUSH INTO MINE 
ice ON HIS HEAD 

£0 AFTER Threat 
IMONY I" MynoER CASE 

SHOOTOUT AT HOME 
lAL 
ER 
,^t COUNTY MINE DEATH 

IN CALDWELL 
SRENOFRS TO FBI IN TENN. 
hT out in ASHE CASE 

SE KN03 MINE MURDER 



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MaN7HLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



PSOGRESSIVE CITY, BUT STREETS APE BAD 



STEREO. TV STOLEN FRO" APT. 



GAMMON. R09ERT JR. 

OON'T DEPRIVE THE RETAROEO 

ip'^'^l'lf,'^'^^^'' '"'■L REOUEST HIG-i SCHOOL CLASSES 

PLACING MANnCAPPEO STUDENTS IS OISCUSSED AT COUNTY MEETING 

GA^OHI, INOIRA 

INDIA'S RENEWED WARHTH 

jANGI. MONGUCHEHR 

'PEAL IRAN' REMAINS HIDDEN 
RIGHTS IN IRAN 

GArtT. MARRY 

AT LAST. GANT'S A WINNER 

GANT CLAIMS SEAT ON POLE IN M5 LLO YELLO 

GANT TAKES 300 VICTORY 

GANT BEGINS FIRECRACKER auEST TODAY IN QUALIFYING 

GANT PARLAYS 9REAKS INTO NATIONAL 500 KIN 

GARCI - GOMEZ. MIGUEL DR. 

2H'^? t^USUAGE INSTRUCTOR IS AWARDED LITERARY PRIZE 
OUKE PROFESSOR WINS MAJOR SPA>IISH LITERARY AWARD 

GAPCIA. "IKE 

GRADING THE BULLS 

HOME AT LAST 

GARCIA DESERVES A PROMOTION 
GAROINFR, CINOY 

WHY SCHOOL LUNCH PRICES WERE 'AISEO 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD .E IGHS ZONE CHANGES 

GARDNER. BARRY (POCKY MOUNTI 

FHUNTAIN'S WITHDRAWAL STIRS Gr P INTEREST 

REPUBLICANS STUDY 2N0 DISTRICT RACE 

WATERS CONSIDERS RUN POP CONG-iESS 

WATERS WON'T; MARIN MIGHT; GARDNER WILL 

?,V.Rc°I5I5'F campaign: waters OUT. GARDNER IN 

NINE PEOPLE FILE FOR CONGRESS 

GARDNER: 'I HAVE THE 3EST CHANCE' 

2ND DISTRICT: GOP PRIMARY TO 3E LESS COSTLY 

3APTIST MINISTER MAKING THIRD RUN FOR SEAT 

CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS FIELD QUERIES 

MICHAUX LEADS IN 2N0-0ISTRICT SPENDING 

REPUBLICANS! 9ARRY GARDNER FOR CONGRESS 

GARONER: PEOPLE MUST MAKE NATION BETTER 

FACES FAMILIAR IN RARE PRIMARY 

MAKIN LEADS GOP CONGRESSIONAL RACE 

2N0 DISTRICT PRIMARY AS CLOSE AS EXPECTED 

MICHAUX. VALENTINE LOOKING TQ RUNOFF 

BIDDY RUNOFF DECISION MAY BE "AOE MONDAY 

GARONER. 0. B. IPRANKLIN COUNTY I 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING „ , lu,l4/a^ BIN 

GAODNER. DONLEY (SANFOROI 3 

HOSPITAL OFFICIAL IN LEE RESIGNS H 1 1/74/97 a 1 si 3 

GARDNER. EDWARD 

SOY ON BIKE STRUCK. HURT 

GAPONER. GEORG = 

CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION DIRECTOR CITES "E"6ERSHIP INCREASES 

GAPO'IER. GEORGE 4. (FRANKLIN COUNTY I 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

GARDNER, MARY MQORE (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

GARDNER. RALPH w. (SHELBYI 

f??r;^?„5E^"'°'''5 DEATH CALLED SUICIDE 
GARDNER. EX-SENATOR, DIES 

GARL'NO, CFAIG 

FATHER RELIEVED AFTER MARINE'S COUR T--AR T lAL H 2 12/12/82 A 16 N H 

GAPMON. ?AReARA Q 

FOSTER CHILDREN'S PLIGHT - 



GARNER. CARL RFV. 

TH^ JJEArjF»5?*"rr;,v,M"'«.nJ''II=i'"'I^'-|^ '5 THAT fM TOTALLY CONFUSED' 
IHt poEACHER'S COLUMN MADE THEM WONDER WHO HAS RILED 

GARNER. DONALD JAMES (CHARLOTTEI 

F?I ARRESTS MAN IN BANK ROBBERY 

GARNER. F. HUBERT (LEE CO. I 

2 LEE CCM"ISSICN£RS WON'T SEE< RE-ELECTION 
L:E BOARD RUNOFF CALLED 

GARNER, SA'i'ORA 

MANUAL HELPS TEACHERS USE NEWSPAPERS 
GARNETT, BRAD 

GARNETT'S PROBLEM CAREER DRIES OUT, LOOKS OUP 
GARRARD. DAVE 

3LIN0 DATE: HERE'S ONE THAT WORKED OUT 

GARRARD. LESSIE IITLEY 
OBITUARY 

GARRARD, LONIE SANFORO 
OBITUARY 

'■■ARR = TT, A'LENE 

CORN 9ALLS: THEY WIN ARLENE GARRETT 52.000 

GARRETT. CARRIF REAVES 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

GARRETT. CHRISTOPHER MARK (BURLINGTON) 

BURLINGTON POLICE REPORT BULLET FIRED AT 'FLAK' JACKET KILLED. ..MAN 

garrett. clifton 

volunteer honored 

Garrett, earl Baxter (Raleighi 

garrett. former agency cfficml 



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H 2 6/0'?/B2 B 
H 2 6/17/82 3 
M 2 6/22/82 9 
H 2 6/25/92 A 
S 2 6/26/82 A 
H 2 6/27/82 
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''''^'iii,f.riiLi'i°,viik, SPOT 

"""JJ5sSr^rN^i?ir?SEi°ciN HOn .P AIRPOPT 

'"'""'^Jc5esJi["policies minder MOUSMG 



5ARR=TT, «tLLI4M , ,„=TTit 

SEVEN-SING CISCUS: ^ARRETT'S 

ttnke°e^s untangle tlo trick 



'AOOENING XYSTIFIER 



gapringer. elher henry 

0». elmer henry garringer. 



EiJJOTOR 



IT'S ROUGH-- BUT DURHAM HAS WORK 



''""'Jicl^ircONSlOERING SATELLITE BRANCHES 
Y><C1 CENTER QUE 3Y JANUARY 
GARRIS CHANGING JOBS AT Y 

'■*"'^3S*j?r^ARK£T= fOR THE YOUNG. 

''"""^2S'wi^JEN'Glri??P IN BATTLING PROPOSED ROAD 
GARRISON WON'T RUN AGAIN 

GARRISON. ^LYNNE^G.^^ SECRETARY NAMED 

GARRISON. SAH jT CENTRAL ' RI SON^^ ^^ ,^ _„ 

HUNT OEFENJS OFFICIALS ON PRISON SEGREGATION 
S;S?^^ON'8^iEJI8 ?S r.i, PHYSICAL EXAM 
?^S?l^:%S!t'3N"wiSD^?<5^1 GRANTED SICK LEAVE 
WARDEN'S DECISION SAID 'NO SURPRISE' 

GAPROW.^OAVID Jj^OR.^^ pgj p^^g^ ,,,,3 ^I^j.,; ,,PE 

GARROWAY. DAVE 

GARROWAY IN ''•8 

''"":;:!ed'mIS'-|5rCES WAY INTO ROOV 

^''""^gIrvEY says NFL STRIKE STILL OPTION 
SHAKING UP THF NFL OWNERS 

""'■"g^JwSoD'sIn -USY REBUILDING -IS LIFE 

'■■ASKINS.^JA.ES.^.RALEIGH,^^^^^ CAPPJRED 

CHASE ENDS WITH 7 CHARGES 

GASMAN. LAWRENCE 

FILKLANOS STORY ERRED 

'•'^""Ulli.ll pTLLi^TPnl^rS^R BUT LEUKEMIA VICTIM DIES 



",ASS. CONAOD 

CONRAD GASS. **. 



HISTORY PROFESSOR 



GASTER, HAROLD L. lAPEXI 

APEX MAN DIES IN CAR WRECK 

GATE^. ANDY GRIFFIN I HILLSBOR OUGH ) 
OBITUARY 

GATES. DOROTHY RAGAN 

fuSs:!M^5giA^%"AjiPE^:^G^i'^';s^EATH at bar 

R?UGE"ONT .^OMIN SHOT DEAD AT 'JAR 

GATES. LULA ATRESS (RICHMOND. VA.I 
0=JIYUARY 

"'"^'xSa=^'!aS°i"c'^N^f§E%°f ^Iate senate race 

VnT'hVo'lhnll.'-hT,., senate RJCE 

•iCAE "acks gates =or n.c. senate seat 

SF-nOP CITIZENS BACK "ICHAUX ..tcc 

TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION ENDORSER MRS. ,ATES 
Ti^ACMfRS' GROUP ENDORSES GATES 
^nvALL. HANCOCK JOIN =ORCES oo.m.ov 

ELO'RLY BACK -ICHAUX, MRS. GATES IN P»I"ARY 
CHANGFS PL-NNFD IN TOY ALL-HANC OCK FLIER 

B\^Crh^^^^'Tf i^niri^u^^r.^'^h. candidate n.c. senate 
'N:!t4iN^?r^o??Pt!^8s?N?'§tiR3^M'pF,cE 

MRS. GATES SPENDS MOST IN SENATE RACc 
GATES IS HIGH SPE'IOER . ,,,, 

jniAN TRIi=S TO UPSET TEAM CAMPAIGN TACTIC 
SINGL'-SHOT FOR MRS. GATES 

5BrAl:t:•s:;"^".i^klic^RES'5N?;t^AST VOTE COUNTED 

ROYALl: CO.M-MTTEE'S ENDORSEMENT HELPED 

GATFS. STEPHEN M, (UNCI 

GATES IS RECIPIENT OF SCIENCE AWARD 

GATES. WILLIAM PHILLIP 
O'lITUARY 



GATES. WILLIE ICHAPEL HILLl 
CHAPEL HILL MAN STRUCK 



!Y LIG-ITMING 



'''^^■|iA'kO^^O??E'^S.'?§irCRTT"l'Ji2S PBS PROGRAM 
ANTI-FRA LSAJER ^APS HARRIS P-'I.L 
ERA ACT'VISTS FIGHT TO THE FINISH .^^,^„ 
SENATHRS RELENT ON EDUCATION BUDGET ACTION 

GATTIS. GEORGE L5V0N (CHAPEL HILLI 
MAN FACES BURGLARY COUNT 

GATTIS. ROBERT LEE ( H ILLSBOROUGH I 



H 2 6/13/32 B 1 " ^ S91 

H 1 U/12/52 5 1 F L30 

S 2 7/2D/P2 9 1 N C42 

H 2 1/21/92 B 1 ? P S3fe 

H 2 7/09/92 B 1 P F S3* 

H 2 3/23/P2 3 7 

S 2 5/13/32 C IN 533 

S 2 7/17/82 A 3 P N C<.2 

S 2 11/20/82 A 3 N 

H 2 <./05/P2 A 1 G ?81 

H 2 1/05/82 A 10 N 

S 2 3/17/82 C 17 N 



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10/32/82 
4/02/82 
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H 2 2/28/92 3 P R R76 
H 2 7/24/92 a 12 P P S76 



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3/22/»2 B 
8/22/82 a 



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H 2 6/02/82 A 12 
S 2 6/02/92 C I 



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H 2 9/14/92 A 11 N 

H 2 6/21/92 8 8 

H 2 4/05/32 B 9 

H 2 9/11/82 6 9 

H 2 12/04/82 C 1 N 

S 2 12/04/82 A 1 N 

H 2 12/05/32 C 9 D 

H 2 12/05/82 C 1 N 



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NUAL INDEX 
1/01/82 - U/31/82 



PAGE 111 
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OBITUARY . 
GATTIS. SAM 

l?J!,,f;5TIIP','r,°'''"^''5 ''"-E for o'<ange county races 

CANDIDATES TACKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 

NEl. INDUSTRY SEEN AS TOP NEED IN ORANGE 

EIGHT DEMOCRATS COMPETE FOR HESE SEATS 

CONSERVATIVES LEAD IN RACE FQ^ ORANGE COHMI SS lONE'S 

GAULDIN. LEWIS ( G I P SONV I LLE 1 

DEATH OF MAN, BOY SAID MURDER- SUI C I DE 

GAUTHIER, ROGER AL»ERT IMATTHEHSl 

RUNNER, ",6, DIES FOLLOWING RACE 

GAVITT, DAVE 

THE BIG EAST 

GAY, CAMERON HOCUTT 
aPITUARY 

GAY, FORREST T. Ill ORIGAOIER GENE'AL 
NEW CORPS OFFICIAL NAMED 

GAY, MARTHA M. 

MISHANDLING CHARGED IN "UROOCK ESTATES SUIT 
SUIT CLUMS ESTATES MISHANDLED 

GAYDOU. LYNN 

OLD ROMANCE KINDLED IN NEW MARRIAGE 

GAYNOR, JANET 

FITING CRIME, PENALTY 

GEEUHR, CARL (CHAPEL HILLl 

C0B6Y TIED TO HELMS, EAST 

GEE, WALLACE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY MANAGER RESIGNS 

GEE, WILLIAM 

MAN ARRESTED AFTE» CHASE 
MAN HELD AFTER CHASE 

GEER, MANIE 

LEARNING IS WHAT MANIE GEER LOVES BEST 

GEHLEN, PAULINE 0. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE POLISH LESSON 

r.ELBLUM, MORRIS REED 

MORRIS GELBLUM SUCCUMBS AT 50 

GEL3LUM, ROB (CHAPEL HILLl 
WHITEWASHING THE KLAN 

GELL - MANN, MURRAY 

NOBEL PRIZE .INNER TO LECTURE AT OUK 
NOBEL PHYSICIST TO SPEAK TONIGHT AT DUKE 

GEMAYEL, AMIN 

LEBANON'S NEW LEADER 

GEMAYEL, EASHIR (LEBANON! 

ti^^'N^^^^NSS^ii'^Ersss^^u^oSj^H^"^""""^- 

jRI0R°!tI?s'-R3N!""' "'"•'^'- '^"T^ON, 

GENEEN. HAROLD S. 

CANNON "ILLS RECEIVES OFFER 

GENTILE, EUGENE PAUL (LYNN, MASS.) 

BIKERS RETURN TO BURY SLAIN GANG MEMBER 

GENTRY, HARRY 

PARTY CHAIRMEN ENDORSE RDU BONO ISSUE 
gentry: PRIMARY AID TO GOP 
GENTRY PREDICTING HELMS-HUNT JACS 

GENTRY, JERRY 

A CRANKY CLUNKER GETS A NEW OWNER 

HERAL" STAFFERS WIN P=ESS PRIZES 

FOUR GET PRESS AWARDS 

ANIMAL OESCUES 

LIF= KEEPS SETTING 3ETTER 

THEY GIVE GENFROUSLY OF FRIENnSHIP 

THE HANDICAPPED: A SERVICE DILEMMA 

"55"-° EDITORIAL WRITER HONORED 

?°92 ''OTHERS: THEIR ATTRIBUTES ARE UNIVERSAL 

A TOyo GUIDE FOR FOREIGN VISITORS "'^""='<^*'- 

T^e EPA: ONE WOMAN'S VIEW 

?HE'TG^°'?o'^s|Api'' *'"• '"' '^'■"^ "'"'°^ 

fRi°!;iE"?rf:ii tJ5iH=°°° "'-''°= 

Sp'^e'? HONiJR^n"'^'^""'-^ CHALLENGE 

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THE CARDINALS WERE HEROES OF my YOUTH 

rHu^fsP^i^r^'"^^^^--*^'°'^^" '"'" '"'"■ '"" 

GEf'TRY. KYLE (WILKES CO. SHERIFF! 

WILKES SHERIFF, DEPUTIES TESTIFY 

"^^"^'qsItS'/Iry ""O'-'"' S'''<ES (HILLS»OROUGH1 

GEORGE. ARNOLD 

3u?"r?T?'?? "^^^5 NEW 5AND DIRECTOR 
OHS GETS NEW BAND DIRECTOR 

GEORGE, B0° 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

GEORGE. CHARLES JENNINGS (GUILFORD CO.! 
WRECK SUIT ENDS IN MISTOIAL 

GEORGE, CHARLES R. OR. 
FIRE DAMAGES HOME 



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GECRGE, -rPTLE 0. H 2 ll/l<./92 C <• G 
3SITU4RY 

GECSGE, OEGINALS CORNELIUS "REGGIE" H 2 5/l<>/32 C 6 » T 
OBITUARY 

'-.FORGE. OQ-EPT Y. OS. (wIL-UNGTONl 5 2 a/2-'/B2 A 6 N 
5«C-« SCIE^4TI$T STUDIES ANTARCTIC SPILL. 

rcnprp. wP^lpy CPITZ 3R . , H 2 10/30/82 C ^ 
f.EQRGE._-ESL-Y^L ^^^,^53 PROFESSOR AT UNC 

""1^1srs?^?b5RPE!^i^^.i^"a«=§5-'?-'!^^--^ ^ ^ ^°'^'^" ' '^ ' 

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-EPARO^^OORgTHY ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^j^^ OOROTHY 

^^^"""-OHli-^rA-'ilRS EIGHT FOR FAIRNESS . " ' ''^'"' ' ' ' 

^^^°^ = ^ilv?-,b'HEAO FOR FULLER HAIR 5AI0 -COHHON. ^ ' ^'^^''^ ' '''''" 

'^°"apTICLE°E-5ARPASSES REAGAN AOE GERGEN ^ | I/1I/I2 A 1 ° N H09 

ii^V^SB^Vg^JE^i^T^JIlGS lT%llll ii^illloOH S 2 12/13/92 A 9 p F 

'■^'^'y.J ^FiS^f M'COACH NOT SO PERFECT ^ | if^iJ^II \ I t 
SPORTSWRITEPS UNFAIR TO DUKE .RIO TEAH 

'^'"^'Sn-NTOWN OFFICE SPACE SAIO EXCEEDING DEMAND 5 2 3/0|/|2 A I N S33 

'A??jRSlYrLEAsf 'sIace in downtown bu.loing I d'AVAi i \ ^ III 

iPAPT-ENT OCCUPANCY I'l DURHAM UP SLIuHTLY 

rpou-Nis, PETER „ .,= H 2 1/13/82 A «. E 
'^"^'^JSp health care for aged wore hu-ANE 

-fpmfno. catherine "tince" barbee ,„„ h 2 11/29/82 3 3=0 

MRS. GEpSinO. wife of EX-SPORTS editor 5 2 U/29/82 C 5 
HPS. GERMINO DIES 

GERMINO.^DANTE^^^ HERE: MEOICAL BULLETIN IJ | ,VAV,l\ 1 I D ^ 

ORDAINED COACHES? 

GER0W.^.CHN^.0SEPH^.B0N^AIR,^VIRG..IA,_. ^^^^^^^ ,^ ^^^^ S 2 WD3/92 A 1 N UST 

seven" ARRESTED AT DUKE CONCERT 

r.ESCHwIND. NORHAN DR. . H 2 7/21/92 A 10 N 
"=^'-"7in;iRING- CITED IN DYSLEXIA 

rPTTSINGER. ALLAN , H 2 S/27/82 A 4 » N 
^ TWO "EN CHARGED WITH STEALING SKULLS 

OETTY, HARPLD ^ „„,^ H 2 5/13/92 3 1 P F H60 
FLIERS SALUTE WILEY POST 

^-^"''U'^VU-.TrHi'f^p'-ATKlTT'y L^B CAN-T ALWAYS ANSWER: BUT IT RULES. . . H 2 3/15/92 A 18 » N 

GEYERf JUDITH I3AHAMAI H 2 './10/82 A ^ L 

''^ " OPPM ADCPTION RECORDS CCULO HURT „ j 9/10/»2 A 5 L 

AGENCY "6LPS WORLD'S hovELESS CHILDREN „ 2 10/23/82 1 <. L 

pFTUS HUHAN AT ANY STAGE 

GHANOI. "OHAMOAS <• H 2 7/01/82 A 5 L 
GHANDI'S IMPACT 

="'"c"3lk^l'Dp'??t3lGi-PICKUP -A BAD BARGAIN. ^ | VAVAl \ t L 

^rY^I!H03[s^^RF-iSJrD^'t5 CREATE PARTNERSHIPS ^ ^ '"^"^'^ => ' "'" 

".HrRARDILLI.J^HOMAS^GIORGE S 2 2/06/|2 A 3 N 
SfuOENT R0B9E0 



GHIR.RDELL^. VIRGINIA ^^„ „,^„,5 H 2 3/22/=2 A t N l30 

"A ACTIVISTS FIGHT n THE = I'' 1 5H 5 2 12/20/92 3 1 = F 
Ir92 SEES Ira DEFEAT, BUT WOMEN STRIDE AHEAD 

rMnTR/AOEH. SAOEGH M 2 5/2''/92 A 4 E 

IRAN'S »LOOOY -JUSTICE' H 2 9/11/92 D ' f, .. 

MERCILESS DEALERS OF OEATH H 2 9/IR/92 D 4 T T R56 
ISaN. THE DRIPPING SWORD (CARTDONI 

r.IAMATTI, A. BARTLSTT (YALE PRES.I ^^„ ,- "2 2/06/»2 9 5 N 

YAi^E 'resident to speak in ou'ham feb. it 

H 2 5/02/92 I R = A20 

H 2 6/06/92 E 2 = F 930 



'"''■*°whItIvEr"h^;P'=NED to the CHARISMATICS7 
GIPBONS.jjEFF ^^^y„Q,., .PERFORMANCE' SPECIAL 



GIBBS. E5PLIN aoAOYBACK (SPRING LA<E1 H 2 3/21/92 C 2 

OBITUARY 

GI9B?. JOEL 'SAMPSON CC.l .,^„„. H 2 5/03/92 A 9 

PPINCIPAL AC3UITTE0 OF ASSAULT 



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r NAMES 



PAGE 113 
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CIBBS, ROSA L. (NEW 'EPNI 

THREE CHARGED IN SLAYING 

LIFE SENTENCE IS ORDERED IN SLAYING C]F STORE CLERK 

GISBS. TI'<OTHY 

Goue FOP GIBBS 

GIBSON. EARL (SANDHILLS) 

FIRED PRISON EMPLOYEE iJINS N.C. COURT RULING 

GI=SON» GEORGE (UNION COUNTYI 

DEPUTY, POLICE OFFICER KILL MAN 

C.I°SON. GEOTRUDE .RUSSELL (RALEIGHl 

OBITUARY 

GI9S0N. HAYMCOO 

OBITUARY 

GIBSON. JEFFREY DARNELL 

MAN ARRESTED FOR ^URDER 

GIBSON, JOHN RUSSELL 
OBITUARY 

GIBSON, LARRY VINCENT 

WOMAN: V ICTIM HAO GUN 

JURY BEGINS DELIBESATINi; 

NO VERDICT YET IN MURDER TRIAL 

VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER NETS JQMAN ^YEAR T = RM 

STABBI'JG DEATH nRAwS SENTENCE 

GIBSON, LEROY (JACKSONVILLE! 

AVOWED KLANSHAN RUNS FOR CONGRESS 

GIBSON, "YRTLE ELIZABETH 

POLICE SEARCH FOR 15-YEAR OLD 

'".IDDENS, LYNN (CHAPEL HILLI 

TRACING ROOTS HARD FOR ADOPTEES 

GIOUZ, ROLAND MR. AND "RS. (CHAPEL HILLI 
jnuRNALIS" ILL-SERVED 
COVERAGE WAS FAIR 

GILBERT, A-Y 

SCIENCE, MATH PIONEERS READY FOR FIRST GRADUATION 

GILBERT, MARIE 

POET STRINGS WORDS 'IN MEMORABLE WAYS" 

GIL BO, JAY 

OPANGE COUNTING ON SPEED, SAVVY 

GILCHHEST, PERCIVAL 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH BURGLARY 

GILCHRIST, FRED 

MAN FACES 20 TRAFFIC CHARGES AFTER CHASE 
GILCHRIST, ROY A. 

PIONEER OF HURRICANE-WATCHING 

GILCPEST, TERRY L. (HOLLY SPRINGS! 
CENTER REPORTS ESCAPED INMATE 

GILEWIC2, ALICIA 

freedom: IT'S VERY DEAR TO ALICIA GILEWICZ 
NORTH CAROLINA IS A STATE WITH HEART 

GILkES'^N, BILL 

RACIAL PERCENTAGES IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

GILL, EDWIN 

GILL FILLS HONORS BILL 

GILL, PAT 

LEAGUE MOT RACIST 

GILLESKIE, ALEX 

5?^3I"I'°'^ DEPARTMENT SEEKS TO ENRICH LEISURE 
PIRKS SAFE, SAYS RECREATION CHIEF 
MARCHERS SEEK PERMIT IN DURHAX 
CITY WAMTS TO DROP PLANT 

"J:TYS.'!?!'"ii?^?'"^"'' '"'^'■5 """' ^'J'l-l' ^N CITY PROPERTY 
NATIONAL FESTIVAL 

GILLESKIE, GARY 

AWARDS NIGHT 

GILLESPIE, DIZZY 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

GILLESPIE. JAMES MONROE (CHAPEL HILLI 
OeiTUARY 

GILLESPIE, JOHN 2IBKS "DIZZY" 

GILLSEPIE AT HOME BEATS 'HOME* 

GILLESPIE, JOHNNIE (MONROE! 

PUBLIC HOUSING SUIT IS FILED 

GILLETTE, AARON 

HIS EXPERIMENT GOING ON SHUTTLE 

?l|-;.-,^I"?S'JJ^5 EXPERIMENT ACTIVATED ABOARD SHUTTLE 

SHUTTLE EXPERIMENT CALLED SUCCESS 

GILLETTE, NED ( STQWE VALLE", VT.I 

2ND EXPEDITION IS PLANNED TO TACKLE MOUNT EVEREST 
GILLHAM, NICHOLAS W. 

DUKE NA-ES -! OISTINGUISHEO PROFESSORS 

SEVEN GET DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORSHIPS AT DUKE 
GILLIAM, STAN 

DURHAM HAS PIECE OF THE MOON 

GILLIS, JAMES =. (TUNICA, MISS. I 

TWO PFQPLE KILLED IN CAR-TRUC< CRASH 

GILMORE, HENRY HARRISON 

SUIT DISMISSAL REVERSED 

GILMORE, J. E. JR. 

UNARMED PEOPLE AREN'T FREE 



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H 2 3/04/82 A 9 

H 2 7/05/82 8 7 

H 2 10/12/62 A a N 

H 2 9/02/82 C 17 



H 2 1/20/82 B 1 N B51 

S 2 1/20/B2 C 3 N 

H 2 1/21/82 a 1 N 

H 2 1/22/82 B I N B51 

S 2 1/22/92 A 3 N 



H 2 5/11/32 All N 
S 2 6/25/82 A ID P N 
H 2 3/2B/B2 E 1 F 330 



H 2 7/23/B2 A 4 L 
H 2 3/15/82 D 4 L 



S 2 5/15/82 A 3 P N E05 

H 2 3/21/32 3 R G33 

H 2 B/22/82 G 10 N 

S 2 12/16/82 C 1 N 

H 2 9/09/B2 BIN 

H 2 9/03/82 A 4 L 

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H 2 2/05/82 B 2 P F 830 
H 2 2/05/82 B 2 F 930 



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H 2 6/11/32 B I N 
H 2 3/05/B2 A 5 L 



H 2 1/26/S2 A 4 E 

S 2 3/27/92 A 3 N <90 

S 2 5/13/82 CI N SOS 

S 2 7/09/82 C 1 N K90 

H 2 3/25/32 3 1 N S51 

5 2 9/09/82 C 1 P P C56 



H 2 4/21/82 D I P » R91 

H 2 8/20/32 D 6 o N 

H 2 3/10/92 8 8 

H 2 10/01/82 8 R S66 

H 2 4/03/82 C 13 N 



H 2 11/10/82 C 5 N 
H 2 11/13/32 A 10 N 
H 2 11/20/92 A 14 N 



H 1 2/13/82 a I P N 



H 2 5/20/82 A 23 N 
S 2 5/20/92 4 10 N 



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- 12/31/82 



GILHOREf RICK IR4LEIGH1 
KEEP TWO-VEAR TSRHS 

"'"Tl"°il LEASH ^FOR^THE^LEGISLATURE^^^^^ 

SurSaS J!?I?EN? ^iA3'eE'lA'?E ON 2-rEAR LEGISLATIVE TER-S 
FOUR-VEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS 0^ BATED 



LONGE' LEGISLATIVE TERNS ^e|»IEp..„„, 
^egp J-YcAR TSR-S FHR OUR^LEGI SLATORS 



UNTY LEVEL 



4-YEAR tIjmS "^ACE strong OPPOSITION 
^^6| OF FOUR-VEAR TER-S CLAIM - 1 "4 AT CO 
FOUP-YEAR TERMS'" OUTRAGEOUS 
PANEL URGES TWO-YEAR TE'MS 
<.-YEAR TERMS SAIO OPPOSED 

g![^S;E'a"s I-?eIr term OPPOSITION 

SCOTT RAPS i-»EAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS 

TWO-YEAR LEGISLATIVE TERMS BEST 

OIL-OPE WANTS CHANGE IN AMENDMENT PROCESS 

UNINFORMED TECISIONS 

TOM GILMORE FOR GOVERNOR 

AMENDMENT FIES THANKED 

COU'IT GILMORE. TOO 

?^l5"'?;E"Slt"-^S'piRCEN?'sii;ii- HE WILL RUN FOR GOVERNOR IN ■«'. 

i\i'i°uii rAfu^^proraoJi^JoR-s »asT 

GILMORE. WILLIAM RAYVON JR. ISMITHFIELDl 
CLAYTON OFFICER KILLED AT NIGHTSPOT 
LIFE SENT'iNCE GIVEN FOR KILLING OF POLICEMAN 

GINNS. PATSY MOORE 

WRITER CHRONICLES MOUNTAIN PEOPLE 

GINTER. LLOYD C. JR. , ,„ , 
DON'T REHIRE THE STRIKERS 

GIOROANO. CAROL^A.^^^ ^j^j^ TRIANGLE AREA 
MUSEUM. SCHOOLS COORDINATE PLANS 

GJERULFF. JOHN NATHANIEL 
OBITUARY 

''-"'^biPL'GfASN EAT SURPLUS CHEESE 

GLANTON. WILLIE AND MARIE 
FIRE VICTIMS GRATEFUL 

GLASGOW. JOHN OLIVER 
OBITUARY 

'^'"'^'cRUSAOE: SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER FIRES AWAY IN PRISON 
""'"53rS!5^rY°'JSlN''pRiljAS\S"lELP PEOPLE BUILD HOMES 
''■'"*^^F»Ll"=ISHING CATCHES REFLECT JELL ON GLASS 

'^''"^SScSi^SSiK^ iSS^^iiri'ti APRIL LUNCHEON THEME 

GLENN, ANDREW BENJAMIN 
OBITUARY 

GLENN. ANTHONY JOSEPH 

hIu pf^2DS^.I!LT;^o"ISsLAUGHTER IN FRIEND-S DEATH 
GLENN GETS 6-YEAR TERM 

GLENN. BEVERLY REOFORD 

OIITUARY 

GLENN. JAMES THOMAS "SLEEPY" 
OBITUARY 

GLENN. JEAN C. , „ .. . 

■THANK GOO FOR RONALD REAGAN' 
■(EAGANOMICS DEEDED 

GLENN. JEANETTE IROXBOROI 

ROXPO'D MAN STABBED TO DEATH 
WOMAN CHARGED IN SLAYING 

''■'■^'"'oOg'lfIoS desperate SEARCHERS TO LOST BOY 
GOOD POGS AND BAD 

GLENN, ^jnANNE^_ ^^^ TAUGHT HIM HOW TO SHOW IT 

GLENN. JOHN ^^ ^p^^^ ^^ J'^'='=i5|0S;j;9i;52li "^"^ 

GLENN: PEiGAN SHOULD TAKE BLAME FOR RECESSION 
SEN. GLENN HELPS N.C. CANDIDATES 
CHARM ISN'T EVERYTHING 

GLENN. JOHN ". J°. LT. IBURLINGTON POLICE! 
OFFICER OF YEAR NAMED 

GLENN. KENNY 

OUKF HOMESTEAD GETTING ART 
MUSEUM DONATION 

GL^NN. R. A, MRS. 

MANY SHOWED CONCERN 

GLENN, j;[;^^gJ-j-';5y,,3PO 5T IBM; £X -EMPLOY EE CHARGED. . . 
IBM EMPLOYEES FACE UNCERTAIN "RAMA AT wORK ^„„^^ 
Aan guarded in HOSPITAL AFTER l^n S»OaT\nG%?'ii 
[PM EMPLOYEES REPORT WARNING ABOUT EX-wORKcR 

PF^CE^'^FBI WAS WARNED ABOUT AVERY 

TRIBUTE TO R. A. GLENN 

LIFE OF GREAT MAN TAKEN 

R. A. GLENN PRAISED , 

AVFRY MOVED TO CcNT'AL PRISON 











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S 2 6/14/92 CI *" U57 

H 2 12/15/32 B 1 N 951 

S 2 12/15/82 C 22 N 

H 2 3/16/82 B 7 

H 2 12/12/82 C 10 



S 2 3/11/82 A 4 L 
S 2 3/20/92 A 4 L 



H 2 4/04/82 A 2 
H 1 4/07/82 B 1 



H 2 4/27/82 A 1 P N A54 
H 2 5/02/82 4 E 



H 2 8/08/82 E 2 p F '30 

S 2 4/03/82 A 2 N 

H 2 4/25/92 A 6 N 

H 2 9/06/92 A 14 N 

H 2 10/24/82 4 E 

H I 10/14/92 1 N 



S 2 6/11/92 A 7 ^ ,,, 
S 2 6/14/82 C 1 P P 737 



H 2 9/29/92 A 4 L 

H ' 9/31/92 A I P N A54 

H 2 3/31/°2 A 1 N 991 

S 2 3/31/°2 A 1 P N F30 

H 7 9/01/82 A 1 P N 

H 2 9/01/'"2 A 11 

H 2 9/04/32 B 1 N 

H 2 9/07/92 A 5 L 

H 2 9/09/92 A 5 L 

H 2 9/12/82 4 L 

H 2 9/14/92 A 1 P N 



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4 F»IFNO TO ALL 
MANY SHOWED CONCERN 

GLENN, ROBERT o. JR. 

COUNCIL GETS ALTERNATIVE PROPTSAL FOR CIVIC CENTER 

INSIDE AND lUT 

CITIZENS SPEAK OUT ON PLAN FO' OOWNTOHN CIVIC CENTER 

COUPS DIFFER ON "OW TO SAVE CITY BUILDINGS 

ONE HURDLE PASSED ON THE CIVIC CENTER 

CIVIC CENTER VOTE SET JUNE 10 

OFFICE BUILDING SITS DISCUSSION UNDER WAY 

COUNTY'S ABC TAX TA<E EYED FQ? CENTER 

ORKHAM, DVA TRADE FINAL 3L0WS ON CIVIC CENTER 

ShE'IFF: doctor REPRIWANOED 

CENTER AGREEMENTS TOPIC 

CITY COUNCIL IS URGED TO SIGN CENTER PACTS 

'■■LENNON. SETSY 

ESSAYS SOUGHT 

GLINPEOG. OAVIO "ORTON IMILHAUKEE. WIS. I 

2 '<EN IN DURHAM FOR DIET CONVICTED ON DRUG CHARGE 
FOOD, COINS STOLEN FROM DURHA'1 HOME 

GLOSSON, HILDA (CHATHAM CO. I 

PUBLIC HOUSING BEING DERATED IN CHATHAM 

GLOVER, BRENDA REDOING (HORSE SHOEI 
TWO KILLED IN WRECKS 

GLOVER, JAXES 

BICYCLE RIDER IS HIT BY CAR, INJURED 
CAR HITS, INJURES MAN 

GLOVER. KENNETH P, IJUOGE) 
U.S. JUDGE ABDUCTED 

GLOVER, "ALCOM (JOPLIN, MO. I 
OBITUARY 

GLOVFR, XELVIN 

FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE IN CHATMAM 
2 OF <• ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

GLOVER, SANDRA DR. 

THEY'LL GATHER WOOLLIES FOR FORECAST 

GLOVFR, WILLIAM OLIVER 
OBITUARY 

GLYMPH, THOMAS W, 

OURHA" COUPLE ROBBED OUTSIDE xaN'S RESIDENCE 

GMINSKI, MIKE 

FICKLE MBA =ANS ALREADY GIVING UP ON GMINSKI 
GMINSKI'S HEALTH, PLAYING TIME ON RISE 
GMINSKI SEES GOOD HEALTH, NEW TEAM FOR '82 

GOBBLE, C. L. (LOUISEURG) 

LOUISBUPG PLANS TO BEGIN OOWNTOWN PROJECT THIS FALL 

GOOOARP, CAROL 

LETTER MAKES VOTER THINK TWICE 

GOODING, BOB ICHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION DIRECTOR) 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL BUS FARES AMONG N.C.'S LOWEST 

GODFREY, FRANCES I MI LLSBOROUGH I 
O'lTUARY 

GODFREY, MICHAEL A. 

SPOTTING BIRDS OF PREY IN YOU? OWN BACKYARD 

GOCLEY, EDWARD S. LT. lOUKE PUBLIC SAFFTYI 
IAN KILLED DURING ATTACK 
POLICE PROBE DUKE SHOOTING DEATH 
GRAND JURY TO GET SHOOTING REPORT 
SHOOTING INQUIRY TO CONTINUE 
DUKE PSOS EXONERATED IN SHOOTING 
2 DUKE PSOS AREN'T INDICTED 

GODWIN. A. PILSTON (JUDGEI 

JUDGE DISMISSES MALPRACTICE SUIT 

CAMERAMEN nON'T BURST INTO DURHAM COURTROOMS 

GODWIN, CRAVON HOLLEY 
OBITUARY 

GODWIN, DARRYL LYNN (ROBESON CO. I 
REWARDS OFFERED 

GODWIN, DORIS GLENN (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

GODWIN, JAMES JODY I F AY ETTEV I LL E ) 

N.C. MAN RETURNS MONEY. IS CHARGED WITH HOLDUPS 

GODWIN, LARRY 

N.C. DIRECTOR OF FMHA TAKES OFFICE 

GODWIN. LELIA LOW 
OBITUARY 

GOETZ. DAN 

JOB TRAINING AIDS WELFARE MOTHERS IN DURHAM 

GOFF, OUFORO FRANKLIN 
OBITUARY 

G0H0E5, CLARENCE 

DUKE PROF SINGS PRAISE OF SCUPPERNONG 

GOINGS, CONNIE 

RECRUIT HONORED 

GOINS. DAVID A. 

GROCERS PLEAD GUILTY IN FOOD STAMP CASES 

GOINS. ELEPHARE ADAMS 
OBITUARY 

GOINS, FLOYD (CHAPEL HILLl 

MAN CHARGED WITH EXTORTION OF UNC HEAD 

MAN IS ACCUSED OF EXTORTION TRY ON UNC • S FRIDAY 

STUDENT INDICTED IN SLAYING 

JURY INDICTS CHAPEL MILL STUDENT IN BAT DEATH 



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H 2 1/08/82 B 1 
S 2 1/08/82 C 1 



H 1 1/30/92 B 1 
H 2 9/19/82 C 5 



H 2 3/28/92 B 12 
S 2 3/28/82 A 20 



H 2 12/22/82 A 
H 2 3/14/82 C 



N L30 

N 



H 2 7/18/82 C 
H 1 7/20/82 B 



H 2 9/30/82 A 17 
H 2 10/25/82 B 7 
S 2 6/23/82 C 1 



S 2 1/01/32 I P U F25 

H 2 2/23/92 B 2 P N 

H 2 5/25/82 a 2 F »7l 



H 1 3/13/82 B 1 

H 2 <,/2'./82 A 4 

S 2 1/13/82 A 1 

H 2 1/18/82 a 4 



N H60 

L 

N •<23 





H 2 3/28/82 C 1 P U H49 



H 2 10/22/92 A 1 

S 2 10/22/92 C 1 

H 2 10/29/92 B 1 

S 2 10/29/82 C 3 

S 2 11/02/82 A 1 

H 2 11/03/82 B 1 



H 2 7/16/92 3 1 N 

S 2 10/19/32 A 1 P N EOS 



N 


A54 


N 


F30 


N 




N 




N 




N 


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H 2 6/23/82 a 9 

S 2 2/10/92 C 7 

H 2 12/16/92 A 27 

H 2 1/27/82 A 12 

H 2 1/07/82 C 13 

H 2 9/05/92 C 8 

S 2 10/20/82 A 1 

H 2 2/06/82 A 12 

H 2 3/29/92 3 P U H45 

S 2 4/09/92 D 2 N 

H 2 7/15/92 B I 

H 2 3/03/»2 a 7 





F K90 





N L41 





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S 2 7/15/92 A 1 

H 2 7/16/92 A 7 

H 2 3/05/92 a 1 

S 2 8/05/82 A ID 



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fiN SSNTENCEO IN EXTORTION CASE 
MAN GUILTY 3F EXTORTION 

GOINS.jOL^A^ THROWS BOOK AT GV6R0US aORROWERS 
Lia'AOV lilLL SNDORCE LAW 

GOINSi PAUL L OPAL 5ENNETT 

COUPLE "ARRIEO IN CRANE 

SOIST, DAVID 

TO "OVE A HUSEUH 

SOKCSN. SELMA 

APTICLESARTICLES 

GOLS". ROBERT L. 3" • 

RIDICULOUS EXTREMES 

'^OLO* AVRA" DR. 

CANCER RESEARCH TIED TO STRUCTURE 

■SOLD. JOANNE 

NEEDS SHARED gy ALL 

GOLDMAN. LAUREL 

DURHA" WRITER'S FIRST NOVEL 

M=ET THE AUTHOR 

AUTHORS MEET PU*»LIC TODAY 

DURHAM WOMEN GET NATIONAL REOGNITION IN -32 

GOLDSMITH. J^'°|,oE„T-ELECT VOWS TO UPSET hELmS 

GOLDSTEIN. ^^OYCE^OR. „,^„^,„g„ 3, ,,5 STRUCTURE 

GOLDSTON. CLEO 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

GDLDSTON. JOE HANDLING OF 05UNK5N DRIVING CASES ,„ . ,„ 

sVaTE AND UNC" STUDIES DIFFER DN DUI CONVICTION RATE IN DURHAM COUNTY 
TEACHING. NOT PREACHING AIM OF ALCOHOL PROGRAM 

GaL0WAT|o.^3AR^y^_^ GDLDMATER OVER COURT "OWERS BILLS 
ABORTION A,0 GOLDMATER 
-UC" HEAT. LITTLE LIGHT 

GOOCH. INEZ AND HENRY 

TURNKEY DEFERS CHANCE TO OWN 

GOOCH, KIM EVERETT 

FOUR ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

GO''CH. SUSAN SHEARER 

LAM OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-CDUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

GOOCH. TROY LESLIE 

VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

GQCO. KENNETH L. IhiGh POINT) 

FOUR HIGH POINT MEN INDICTED 

GOOOE. DAVIO OR. IWINSTON-SALEMI „,„„, 

DOCTOR SAYS NUCLEAR MAR THREAT BOTHERSOME 

GOOOE. RICK 

OFFICER'S FAMILY HOME WHEN FIREBUG CAME 

HUNTING CLu" OFFERS SEHARO FOR INFORMATION ON FIREBUG 

OFF=RS OEWAOD 

ARSON CASE REWARD POSTED 

STATE RAISES REWARD 

GOODIN. "ARY O'NEILL 
OBITUARY 

GOODING. MARION 

D^AN HOPES TO IMPROVE NURSING GRADES AT NCCU 
NURSI'lG DEAN VISITING NCCU FOR SEMESTER 

GOCOLING. 'ETSEY 

ARTISTS: SATURDAY 'PERFORMANCE' SPECIAL 

GOODMAN. BENNY 

GOODMAN OPENS SYMPHONY SERIES 

CLASSICAL. JAZZ ODD MIX IN GOODMAN EVENING 

GOODMAN. HIRSCH 

ISRAEL! ANALYST Tl TALK AT DUKE 

JERUSALEM CORRESPONDENT TO GIVE TALK 

GOODMAN, LARRY (NORTH WILKES^OROI 
MAN CHARGED «ITH ROBBERY 

GOODMAN. MURRAY (PALM BEACH. FLA. 1 
MICA AGREES NOTE IS DUE 
MICA AGREES DEBT IS DUE 

GOODSON. MISSY (OREXELI 

SHOT HITS BUS; GIRL IS INJURE 

GOCOWIN. CRAUFURO 

A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON SO-E HOUSES OF rESTERYEAR 

GOCOWIN. HUBERT Charlie 

O'^ITUARY 

GOODWIN. MARGARE'' 

AFTER <.! YEARS. WORK'S A BREEIE 

GOODWIN. MAUDE VIOLA TMACKER (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

GOODWIN. RUBY FLETCHER 
0(iITUARY 

GOODWIN. WALLACE R. 

SUPERB PERFORMANCE 

GOOOWYN, LAUREN N. 

MF5IT SCHOLARS ARE SELECTED 

THREE OURHAM STUDENTS APE MERIT SCHOLARS 



N E 

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E L Y 
DATE C PG L P BYL 



H 2 a/13/52 3 I 
S 2 3/13/R2 C 1 



H 2 12/02/72 3 1 
S 2 12/32/92 A 13 



N 331 



S 2 10/25/R2 C 1 N 

H 2 7/09/=2 1 P F G68 

S 2 2/25/B2 12 N A15 

H 2 7/03/52 A <. L 

S 2 3/11/92 C 1 N 

S 2 7/29/92 A t L 

S 2 2/25/82 D 2 P F B71 

H 2 */19/92 D 3 N 

H 2 6/17/92 CI! N 

S 2 12/29/92 3 1 = F 

H 2 13/11/92 B 6 = N 

H 2 10/17/92 A 1 F 330 



H 2 12/l4i/82 A 27 
H 2 12/17/82 C 12 



H 2 <./29/?2 3 1 N 351 
H 2 5/33/92 3 1 N 351 
S 2 8/07/82 A 3 P F 1.33 



S 2 3/18/82 C RON 
H 2 5/13/32 A 4 L 
H 2 5/24/82 A <. L 



S 2 1/05/82 5 1 P F <90 
H 2 10/15/82 A 15 N 



S 2 6/04/62 A 1 
H 2 6/05/82 B 1<. 



S 2 2/27/62 A 1 
H 2 2/16/?2 A 3 
S 2 6/23/92 A 2 



H 2 2/06/92 A 1 

H 2 2/13/92 3 2 

S 2 2/19/92 A 5 

H 2 3/26/92 3 1 

S 2 3/26/82 A 10 



H 2 5/08/32 C 3 



S 2 2/20/92 A 3 N =30 
H 2 2/21/92 D 12 " N 



H 2 6/06/82 E 2 » F 330 



H 2 5/14/82 D 12 
S 2 11/04/82 5 



M 2 10/27/82 A 6 
S 2 10/27/92 A 13 



H 2 11/12/32 C 4 



H 2 6/09/92 3 1 
S 2 6/09/62 A 12 



H 2 l/23/=2 A 3 N 

H 2 1/17/32 1 F 120 

H 2 9/01/92 3 6 C: 

S 2 ID/02/62 A 1 F -23 

H 2 2/10/92 CRD 

H 2 3/27/92 C 6 

H 2 1/24/92 D 5 L 



H 2 4/29/82 A 14 
S 2 4/29/92 A 5 



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GORDON. 4RTHUR 

GORDON'S COOKSOOK OFFERS LIGHTER FARE 

GORDON. DAVID IMONRO=] 

PCS OIL DUMPED AT MONROE CENTER, EX-EMPLOYEE SAYS 

GORDON. DEXTER 

GORDON ALBUMS GOOD NEWS 

GORDON. EUGENE A. (JUDGE) 

JUDGE ORDERS FXTRA FEDERAL GRAND JURY 
THREE TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

GORDON. HILDA "AE FOWLER I H ILLS30R3 UGH I 
OBITUARY 

GORDON. J. S. IPSOl 

PSO DAMPENS FIRE WITH HIS EXTINGUISHER 
OFFICER CONTROLS FIRE DAMAGE 

GORDON. JANICE 1G0L0S30R0I 

TWO KILLED. SIX INJURED IN SHOOTINGS 

GORDON. JOSEPH JR. (HIGH POINT) 

FOUR HIGH POINT MEN INDICTED 

GORDON. "ICHAEL 

DURHAM ARCHITECTS WILL HELP DESIGN CIVIC CENTER 
ARCHITECT SAYS BLANK WALL CAN BE PREVENTED 
CIVIC CENTER CHANGES BEING PLANNED 
ARCHITECT OPPOSES CIVIC CENTEl "OVE 
ARTS COUNCIL BACKS CIVIC CENTER PLAN 
CENTER. ARTS PARTNERSHIP KEY TO SUCCESS 
CENTER DRAWINGS GET NOD 
AMENDED PLANS 

GORDON. NANCY M. 

SPEECH PLANNED ON FEDERAL BUDGET 

GORDON. RAUL REV. 

WHATEVER HAPPFNED TO THE CHART SMATICS ? 

GORDON. RICHARD JUNIOR (RALEIGH) 

RALEIGH MAN GIVES UP AFTER RELEASING HOSTAGE 

GORDON. ROSS (RALEIGH) 

PORK BACKBONE HIS CHOICE 

GORDON. WILLIAM (RETIRED DIPLOMAT) 

FORMER ENVOY TQ BE SPEAKER AT AWARDS DAY 

GORDON. WILLIAM C. (GREENSBORO) 
HOUSING DIRECTOR FIRED 
GORDON SUES HOUSING BOARD 
GREENSBORO HOUSING AUTHORITY SUING ITS FORMER DIRECTOR 

GORE. JOHN P. OR. 

SHERIFF: DOCTOR REPRIMANDED 

GOR.NTO. MILDRED TATUM 

4 HELD FOR BREAK-IN 

GORSUCH. ANN M. 

EPA LETTER TO CONFIRM 1 1/2 YEARS' JOB SECURITY 
ANDERSON -UNFAIR' TO EPA CHIEF 

CONSERVATIONISTS "OBILIZE TO =IGHT 'POLITICAL ASSAULT- 
MRS. GORSUCH: EPA IS DOING M05 E WITH LESS 
MPS. GQOSUCH FOLLOWS ORDERS — 'AYBE TO JAIL 
ANN GORSUCH REFUSES TO GIVE DOCUMENTS TO CONGRESS (CARTOON) 

GOSDEN. FREEMAN 

•AMOS' OF FAMED RADIO SHOW DIES 

GOSLING. MARY JANE (ORANGE CO.) 

HFR HOME IS FOR THE BIROS 

GOSLING. WILLIAM GEORGE (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

GOSS. CLAIBORNE 

NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED/GETS SFRTOMA AWARD 

GOSS. DERWOOO ARNOLD 
OBITUARY 

GOSS. FRANK (GRANVILLE CO.) 

GRANVILLE GROCER HIT. ROBBED 

GOSS. JOHN 

SKI C"AMP 

GOSS. WALTON 

PISTOL -LESS BUYERS UPSET 
TWO DEPUTIES ARE PROMOTED 

GOSWICK. CARL RAYMOND 
OBITUARY 

GOTTSEGE'l. DANIEL L. OR. (GREENSBORO) 
WOMAN SUES OVER LOSS OF INTESTINE 
LOST INTESTINE SUBJECT OF LAWSUIT 
testimony: HANDICAP BROUGHT DEPRESSION 
A=>ORT10N ATTEMPT CAUSED DEPRESSION 
ABORTION TRIAL ENDS ABRUPTLY 

GOUGE, JACK (SPRUCE PINE) 
FATHER AND SON DROWN 

GOUGE. RICHARD (SPRUCE PINE) 
FATHER ANO SON DROWN 

GOVAN, JAMES F. (CHAPEL HILL) 
UNC PLANNING LIBRARY "OVE 
PERIODICALS HURT LIBRARY BUDGETS 

GOYER. ROBERT A. OR. 

TOXIC EXPOSURE "AY HAVE LONG-TERM EFFECT 

GOZA. RILEY 

GOZA'S PANTHERS 7-s BUT LOOKING UP 
GOZA EXPECTS IMPROVEMENT 

GRABILL. JAMES R. DR. (WARRENTON) 

HAULING OF PCB TO LANDFILL "AY BEGIN SEPT. 15 

GRACE. CECIL BOYD 



S 2 11/2A/B2 3 I P F JOS 

H 2 5/12/92 A 11 N 

H 2 7/23/92 >? U S66 



S 2 2/11/82 A 2 
H 1 5/D7/82 a 1 



H 2 11/26/82 C 



H 2 2/21/82 A 7 
S 2 2/22/82 A 3 



H 2 1/23/82 A 15 
H 2 2/16/82 A 9 



S 2 3/12/92 A 1 

S 2 ■V/01/92 A 1 

H 2 */2'./82 A 1 

S 2 ',/24/92 A 3 

H 2 5/17/82 3 1 

S 2 5/17/92 C 1 

S 2 6/16/92 B 1 



N 



N <90 
N K90 
N S51 
N K90 
N W66 
N 961 
N K90 



S 2 6/17/82 C 13 P P C56 

H 2 3/03/82 A 15 N 

H 2 5/02/92 D 1 P F A20 

S 2 11/08/92 A 1 N 

H 2 10/21/92 C 1 P F S56 

H 2 3/23/82 All N 



S 2 4/01/92 C 1 
H 2 5/16/92 A 2D 
H 1 7/21/92 3 1 



H 2 7/23/82 A 1 
S 2 1/21/92 C 1 



N S83 
L 



S 2 2/06/92 A 1 

S 2 3/23/92 A <, 

H 2 5/13/82 C 12 

H 2 6/26/92 3 1 P N W2'. 

H 2 12/20/82 A A E 

H 2 12/22/92 A ATT R56 

H 2 12/11/92 A IPO 

H 2 2/21/92 E 1 P F B30 

H 2 7/30/92 A 12 

S 2 6/21/92 C 7 P P "65 

H 2 a/17/92 C 4 

H 2 lD/24/32 A 4 N 

S 2 7/21/92 D 2 P P "66 

H 2 3/27/92 C 10 N A54 

S 2 12/29/92 A 12 N 



H ? 6/25/62 C 



H 2 5/13/92 a 1 

S 2 5/13/92 A 3 

H 2 5/14/82 8 1 

S 2 5/14/82 A 7 

H 2 5/20/92 3 1 



H 2 6/02/82 A 12 
H 2 6/02/92 A 12 



S 2 2/22/92 A 3 
S 2 6/19/92 A 3 



H 2 7/17/92 6 



H 2 1/17/82 8 11 
S 2 11/19/92 D 19 



H I 9/02/92 3 



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3 MEN CHARGED IN ABC R0B6ERY 

''j^iC^t =|JGEN6 

REAOING SET IN HENDERSON 
JUNIOR WCAN'S CLUB PLANS "BUN 
SUIT =ILED OVER AIRPLANE SEIZE 
OURWAV OOCTQR SUED 11VER PLANE 
DOCTOR SEEKS WIThORAUAL OF LAJ 
GRACE DEMANDS SUIT JITHCRAWAL 

'"■""^^JOST DRIVERS AREN'T RUDE ANO ' 

3RAC>=. PRINCESS 

HER HIGHNESS 
30NEPICKE»S 
POICRITIES -(RONG 

GRADY. ^A ^^^^ Fjcgs •INQUIRY* 

GRADY, OOVIE BASS 
OBITUARY 

^"'"'Jl^S^V IE-ED AS SMALLER THREAT 
klanS-an: guns ""EVENTED BLOOC 
CLANSMAN DENIES HE JAS INFORMS 
<LANSMAN DENIES CLAIM HE WAS <= 

GRADY, RICHARD R, IREP.I 
MARRIAGE PLANS 

GRAGG, GEORGE «. JR. lASHEVILLEI , 
3USC0MBE AGENCY DIRECTOR IS IN 

^•""•S'lFrE^'llSTERS r.«EETPOM=, CIRC 
r.RAHAM.^AMELlA^^^^^ GREETPONP. CIRC 

'""'SipTEc'sJsTERS GREETPOMP, CIR: 

'^'*'"'3UR°Am"wRITER has FIRST FICTI3 
TEACHER, PUPIL PUBLISH STORIES 

"ILLY 



NY LUNCH' 
3Y FBI 

SUIT OVER AIRPLANE 
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UMSTANCE TOGETHER 
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nSa star: FAITH IS HIS CAREER HIGHLIGHT 

GRAHAM LAUOS RELIGIOUS "OVEMENT AT UNC 

FILL THE GAPS 

GRAHAM NUM3ER ONE 

GRAHA- GETS S200,000 PRIZE 

GRiHA- TO GET AWARD 

CONfSIiON^ARISES on EVANGELIST'S PLANS 

EviNSELIST''"lLL"REfuRN TO CHAPEL HILL AFTER 20 YEARS 
BUDGET SET FOR GRAHAM VISIT n UNC 
GRAHAM GOING TO RUSSIA FOR N-WAR SESSION 



UNC IN SEPT. 



GRAHAM EXHORTS SOVIET AUDIENCE 
BILLY GRAHAM IN MOSCOW , ,^„ , 

BILLY SRAHA- ANO THE GULAG MASTERS 
i^AHAM: KREMLIN WANTS PEACE 
SOMF CHURCH-EN CRITICIZE SRAHA M 

52rHts>B8^'=rsiJ'Y^s?^pED'??° SOVIETS ^ 

ISIc?I?N ro\i\!^T.1 ^T^lJ?f ^!il5^lf IS THAT I'M TOTALLY CONFUSED- 
GRAHAM-S MOSCOW VISIT DRAWS PR USE, CRITICISM 

ivtScEc'llT^COUNTERrCRITICS ON HIS MISSION TO MOSCOW 
GRAHAM HONORED IS RELIGIOUS LEADER a,,^,,. 

GRAHAM SAYS HE MADE NO DEALS TO RETURN TO RUSSIA 
GRAHAM FACES -INTEGRITY ISSUE' 
MUCH "EAT, LITTLE LIGHT 

^ILLY GRAHAM DID =EST HE COUL^ ,„ . 

BILLY GRAHAM SAYS HE SOT 'INTO CORNER- 
GRAHAM STILL MISSES POINT 

GRAHAM'S TRIP VITAL , ,,^_ ,,,„ 

GRAHAx'S SUPPORTERS GLAO HE VISITED USSR 
MINISTER RECALLS CENSORED SER-ON IN MOSCOW 

s3rH*A- :i^^',;ci"i:;iN?/EL'irT'Sis^ihiorEg%8iuLARiTY on home turf 

?r??rT?SN'?;Y^'^JiS^^ to PRESCH in E. GERMANY 

hark: the sojno of believers 

GRAHA- SERIES BEGINS TONIGHT 

GrJham announces plans to VISIT EASTERN EUROPE 

AT CHAPEL HILL, HE'S OFFICIALLY 'BILLY G' NOW 

GRAHAM TO PREACH IN EASTERN EJROPE ,,.,^^ 

GRAHA- WILL DISCUSS THEOLOGY, NOT POLITICS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE ,„t=iici-t 

GRAHA--, PROFESSOR OFFER ARGUMENTS FOR FAITH. INTELLECT 

GRAHAM, SETTS SAY IT IS EASY TO JOUST 

graham: hell is a reality 

STICKING TO GOSPEL 

GBAham raps TV EVANGELISTS 

^''ErMFslir.^^'.RAHSS no^Jreiching dangers of nuclear war 

'ILLY GRAHAM IN CHAPEL hILL ICARTOQNI 

RELIGION RESURGENT 

A CENTER OF OPEN-MINDEDMESS 

GRAHA" VISITS NAZI DEATH CAMP SITE 

STAY IN THE CLOSET 

CHRISTIANS NOT GULLIBLE 

GRAHAM MISSION DECISIONS TALLIED 

"*"'?Jul2M?X'.r^?SiSSi MARKET. 

"*"*;jN^r!o'ii?Y-'GIRL'K?E?i§'"vHEN TRUCK HITS RAILING 

'^'""'gOl2*faJIiLI«R game for GRAHAM FAMILY 

COLLEGE KIDS: DUKE. STATE, CA-PBELL ALL TIED UP 

GRAHAM. DOROTHY 



DATE C 
2/36/82 A 



H 2 3/13/82 B 12 



3/23/R2 

9/0'./82 B 

9/0'./82 A 

<)/0R/82 3 

R/DR/52 C 



N 

N 

N 351 



H 2 9/17/82 A 4 L 

H 2 9/17/32 A A E 

H 2 9/22/82 A 4 E 

H 2 9/27/32 A E L 

H 2 9/0<./32 B 1 N LAI 

H 2 8/07/82 3 6 



H 2 5/30/82 A • 

H 2 6/10/82 3 « 

S 2 6/17/82 C 13 

H 2 6/18/82 A = 



H 2 9/03/82 B 5 N 

H 2 11/13/82 BAN 

S 2 6/0A/82 4 I P F E05 

S 2 6/04/92 A 1 P F E05 

S 2 6/34/82 A 1 P F E05 

S 2 4/29/82 3 P F »15 

H 2 5/09/82 3 U H45 



10/02/32 
10/02/82 
1/23/82 
1/30/82 
3/10/?2 
3/11/32 
3/24/82 
3/25/82 
3/29/82 
4/03/82 
4/17/32 
5/02/32 
5/07/82 
5/03/32 
5/C3/32 
5/09/82 
5/10/32 
5/12/82 
5/13/32 
5/13/82 
5/13/32 
5/14/32 
5/14/32 
5/15/32 
5/15/82 
5/16/82 
5/17/82 
5/13/32 
5/19/82 
5/20/32 
5/22/92 
5/24/82 
5/26/32 
5/23/32 
6/02/32 
6/07/32 
7/03/32 
3/23/32 
8/28/32 
9/04/82 
9/16/32 
9/18/32 
9/25/'>2 
9/26/82 
9/26/82 
9/27/82 
9/27/82 
9/23/32 
9/23/32 
9/28/32 
9/29/32 
9/29/82 
9/29/32 
9/30/32 
9/30/32 
9/30/'"2 
10/01/82 
10/03/32 
10/03/32 
10/13/32 
10/15/82 
10/16/32 
10/19/32 
ll/03/'>2 
11/06/82 



9 
1 
3 

a 

2 
17 
15 
19 



3 

19 

20 



A20 
A20 



4 T T R56 



12 

5 
12 



9 P F A20 
RON 
9 P F 420 
13 P N 
3 P N 



1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
12 
1 
1 

7 

i 

4 
14 

1 
14 



'46 
420 
420 



S 2 6/03/32 C 1 N 

S 2 6/07/92 3 1 N 

H 2 7/07/32 C 4 F C52 

S 2 7/09/32 e 1 P U F25 



■6*0- HONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 119 

1/01/82 - U/31/92 1/17/33 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P 9YL 

PHRENTS DON'T TAKE AOVANTAiiE If TAX CREDITS H 2 1/01/O2 B 2 P F 930 

GSAHAM. ELSIE SCOGGINS 

OPITUARY H 2 2/25/92 A 17 □ 

GRAHAM, FRANK PORTER 

ROCKY MOUNT MAYOR EXPECTS 2ND DISTRICT RUN-OFF H 2 i,/08/n2 3 1 N G53 

CRAMAM, FRANKLIN REV- 
GRAHAM: TIME RIGHT FOR WITNESS TO REFUGEES H 2 11/27/82 A 8 » N 

GRAHAM, JAMES IGOLFEOI 

THEY'RE ALL /JINNERS H 2 7/01/82 D 1 N X07 

GRAHAM, JAMES EDWARD (WAKE CO.) 

GRAND JURY INDICTS EX-HOUSE PARENT H 2 9/01/82 9 5 N 

GRAHAM, JIM 

GRAHAM PAPS REAGAN ON GRAIN TALKS S 2 1/16/82 A 15 N 

STATE-OWNED CARS H 2 1/21/92 A <, L 

DRAINAGE ISSUE HAS 2 SIDES S 2 1/25/82 A 4 E 

GUARANTINE OF PRODUCE IS FEARED H 2 3/06/82 A 3 N 

AGRICULTURE SECRETARY IN HOSPITAL H 2 3/25/92 A 11 P N 

GRAHAM WILL STAY IN HOSPITAL JNTIL TOMORROW S 2 3/26/92 C 2 N 

GRAHAM MAY HAVE SUFFERED HEART ATTACK H 2 3/30/82 All N 

STATE OFFICIAL CRITICIZES CIGARETTE TAX HIKE PLAN H 2 7/03/82 A 5 N 

GRAHAM BLAMES LOWER LEAF PRICES ON CIGARETTE TAX HIKE S 2 7/27/82 B 12 N 

HELMS BLAMES DEMOCRATS FOR LEAF TAX S 2 9/20/°2 A 3 P J 

HELMS CITES BLAME ON TAX 9ILL H 1 9/21/32 B 1 N 

DRUG 'FARMER' ARTICLE ANGERS N.C. OFFICIAL H 2 10/21/82 BAN 

DEFENDING N.C. farmers S 2 10/22/92 A 4 F 

MAGAZINE TO PUBLISH LETTER PRTTESTING MARIJUANA 'FARMER' H 2 11/10/P2 A 11 N 

TOBACCO RESEARCH STATION BUYS LAND H 1 11/13/82 C 1 P N L30 

TOBACCO GROWERS TO VOTE DEC. 16 ON QUOTA PROGRAM H 1 U/25/82 B 1 N H60 

HIGH COSTS, LOW PRICES OFFSET CROP OUALITY H 2 12/28/82 B 1 N 

GRAHAM, JOHN RADFORD 

OBITUARY H 2 10/27/92 C 6 

GRAHAM, MICHAEL JERRARO 

EX-CON CHARGED IN KILLING H 2 11/10/82 C 5 N 

GRAHAM, MINNIE 

OBITUARY H 2 8/05/92 C 16 
GRAHAM, ROBERT 

TWO COURT BATTLES MOVE INTO HALL H 2 9/03/82 C 8 ^f 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM 1. Ill lASST. DISTRICT ATTORNEY! 

GRAHAM OPENING LAW OFFICE H 2 12/12/92 9 N 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM ALEXANDER (NAVY ASS'T. SECTY.I 

5 TAR HEELS HAVE SEEN SECRETARY OF NAVY S 2 3/0*/92 A 7 F J50 
GRAINGER. DUDLEY DALE (TABOR CITY) 

MAN CHARGED WITH COUNTER FE I T IM G S 2 9/21/92 3 6 N 
GRAMM, PHIL (REP,) 

GRAMM CANCELS PLANS TO ATTEND N.C. RECEPTION H 1 7/23/92 3 l n 

TEXAS CONGRESSMAN TT VISIT 6TH DISTRICT H 1 7/10/92 B 1 N 



A, RONALD CIRO (TRAVERSE CITY, MICH.) 
4 N.C, "EN AROESTED ON DRUG CHARGES S 2 2/19/92 A 7 

NASCAR DRIVERS HELO ON DRUG RING CHARGES H 2 2/19/92 C ID 



N 



GRANOY, JOHN DP. 

3LACK DUCK LAWSUIT UNSPOKEN WARNING FOR OUTOOORSMEN H 2 10/10/82 8 11 U W60 

GRANT, CY 

HER 'BIG 3R0THER' BECOMES HUBBY H 2 12/26/92 E 2 P F S56 

GRANT, OAVIO 

JORDAN'S GRANT SELECTED TOP WRESTLER IN REGIONAL H 2 2/22/82 B 3 N 

JOROAN'S GRANT CRUSHES THREE FQES S 2 2/23/92 B 3 P F CQ9 

TIGERS, 'DOGS READY FOR TOURNAMENT S 2 3/02/92 3 2 P U C09 

GRANT, GLADYS 

OBITUARY H 2 3/15/82 3 7 

GRANT, HAL 

LIGGETT C MYERS BANKING ON GENERICS. NEW BRANDS H 2 3/02/82 A 1 P G F78 i^ 

GRANT, JOHN B. OR, Q 

WOMAN SUES OVER LOSS OF INTESTINE H 2 5/13/82 B 1 N 351 W 

LOST INTESTINE SUBJECT OF LAWSUIT S 2 S/L3/82 i 3 N < 

GRANT, MARSE 

POSTAL RATES SKY FOR CHURCHES H 2 1/16/92 A 9 N »20 

8I9LICAL RECORDER EDITOR IS N« MED H i 5/26/92 A 9 N 

N.C DELEGATES: 'BAPTISTS' PIFT CLOSING H 1 6/19/92 A 5 N 

GRANT, MICHAEL ( STA TE SV I LLE ) 

<• TO PROBE CLAIM OF ASSAULT S 2 2/03/92 C 16 N 

GRANTHAM, K , w. 

7 ON SHERIFF'S STAFF TO LOSE THEIR JOBS H 2 11/17/92 



3 1 



DEDICATED DEPUTY FIRED H 2 \2/6s/3Z A 4 L 

L 



GRAPER, ROBERT M. 

BLOOD DONATIONS EARN RECOGNITION H 2 9/02/82 A 



GRAVELY, EDMUND KEEN 

PLANE C"ASH-L»NOS: PILOT FQyNO 0E»0 H 2 1/11/92 B I 

WOMAN PRAYED WHILE KEEPING AIRPLANE ALOFT H 2 1/12/92 B 9 

GRAVELY, JANICE 

PLANE CRASH-LANOS; PILOT FOUND DEAD H 2 1/11/R2 9 1 

WOMAN PRAYED WHILE KEEPING AIRPLANE ALOFT H 2 1/12/82 B 9 

GRAVES, OAISEY 

OBITUARY „ J 9/11/92 a 9 

GRAVES, EARL (NEW YORK CITY] 

PUBLISHER VISITS SCHOOL S 2 6/04/92 C 1 

GRAVES, JOHNNY LEWIS 

2 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES H ' 9/06/92 A 10 

1970 DOLLAR COIN STOLEN S 2 9/06/92 C 1 

GRAVES, LONNIE 

MINISTERS HOLD PAIR AT GUNPOIfT M 2 2/09/92 - 1 

MINISTERS HOLD TEENS IN B»EAK-IN ATTEMPT S 2 2/09/92 C 5 

GRAY, BOBBY W. 

JOHN INGRAM TARGET OF ATTACK M 2 S/17/82 A 4 

GRAY, EDDIE (GREENSBORO) 



b" 



I40NTML»/A 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



WINDOW HASHER KILLED IN R«l6I:h 
HSSoS5'?iA???gl.iR PRESIDENT,. AIDE DIES 

ar.v^:"7i/vr?fiJiig\N';^^'sTy^-s'ArE3 

GRAY. HANNA HOLBORN OR. 

DUKE r.RAOUAriON IS X4V 

09. GRAY TD :ivE ADDRESS „„,^, 

DUK= TO AWARD 6 H0^40RARY DEGREES 

DUKE TO GIVE 6 HONORARY DEGREiS 

DUKE OAYS FINALLY END FOR 2.000 

:^"°^c5llEGEsT UNIVERSITIES H3LD GRADUATION EXERCISES 

GRAY. J. RHBERT 

LENOX 3AKER CHIEF NAMED 

GRAY, JOHN (JORDAN "S TEACHEP] 

JOHN GRAY'S ■LEGITI'^ATE HOBBY" 

GRAY. JOHN L. l&l'eE'<''lCH. CONN.I 
JOHN L. GRAY, FUND TRUSTEE 

GRAY. KATHPYN JUOD 
OBITUARY 

= ''"-T5S2l'S^^lEi''iR°°Nl°D'lN ACCIDENT DIES 

GRAY - LITTLE. BERNADETTE 
iJNC POOFS GET AWARDS 

GR4YS0N. MICHAEL JAMES IPILOT MT.I 

MOTORCYCLE GANG LEADER IS CHARGED 

GRAYSON. MIKE I DUKE PO? JBALL PL A YE' I 

DUKE OFFENSE IN HIGH GEAR; GRAYSON STARS 

GREEMAN. GLEN LEE 

MAN FOUND IN CHA IR 

GREEN, BILL (HASSLE HOUSE) 

SaSSLE^hOUSe'pLANS to CLOSE CRISIS PROGRAM 

GREEN, Christopher lamrence 

DRUG RAIDS NET 4 "EN 

GRF£Nj^^;iCERO^M. ^^g^j^,j 5^j„T IN LOW-POWER TV 

GREEN. DAVID (JORDAN H.S. TEACHER! ^^ ^ ^ .„„, „ 
COUNTY SCHOOLS- COMPUTER USE M SE S SHARPLY 

'"'"''^''oURHaS^IiR violates POLLUTION STANDARDS 

GREEN. ED 

Q-ilTUARY 

"^^"^nSR^'AcMukio'DF MAIL CAR THEFT 

GREE»', ELNORA L. 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, ETTA 

OBITUARY 

GREE". GILMER GLENN SR. 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, J. P. JR. 

BALANCE BUDGET? HOW? 

GREEN. JAMES DOUGLAS (PHILADELPHIA, pa.) 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, JAMES P. OR. (HENDERSON! 
BLACK"; SHOULD VIEW RECORD 

GREEN, JIMr-Y 

BUSY noING NOTHING 

GPEEN DELAYS DECISION ON RUNNING „,,^„,^j 

•CONFLICTS' CAUSED GREEN TO MISS MEETINGS 

IPS'. CAMPAIGN POT FULL OF NAMcS 

AN UNFAIR TAX 

WHAT DO YOU DO FOP FUN? ,T,rr 

GREFN UPGFS NURSES TO ENTER INTO POLITICS 

GREEN TO SPEAK IN ROXBORO 

GREEN STILL MUM ON ERA STRATEGY ^,.„^_. 

GREFN, PAMS=Y URGE BALANCED N. C . BUDGET „,.„.. 

HU(jt-N.C. MISSED CHANCE TO GJARANTEE EOUAL RIGHTS 

BOTli SIDES SAY ERA LOBBYING INTENSE 

Eii^OEMONSTR!T'lON-"su?PORTERS TURN BACKS ON LT. GOV. GREEN 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DUE AN AP:JL0GY 

BDYALL. GREEN QN =RA 'HIT LIST' 

RnYALLOQFSN'T UNDERSTAND ERA OPPOSITION 

NOW 'HIT'^IST PUZZLES N.C. E? A SUPPORTERS 

t:l]''4'\hlil^Wll.''h'i"lil^-' ABOUT GREEN'S COMPLAINT 

rTiTr5SiIfcE^rF^^g?Ml"Nl^^iaKS°°A?'^^S??0R EVIDENCE 

FORf'E" GREEN JCRKER CALLED MIS 'TORCH ?IAN' 

SBI WILL PR03F GREEN'S INVOLVEMENT IN BURfJINGS 

ALLEGATIONS AGAINST ROSE ' UNFl IR .' HUNT SAYS 

^4,,<rcc OF ^FJFN FIRFS A MYSTE'Y. GREEN SAYS 

iilPPnRTSR IF LT. GOV. TO GET ANOTHER CHANCE AT CONTRACT 

PROSECUTOR: G»E=NIn;fsti(;Ste^: LEAF, ARSON SCHEMES ARE ALLEuED 

GREFN DENIES ROLE IN ILLEGA)^ j^AF SALES 

GPE=N PROBE MAY GO INTO SPRING NcXT YEAR 

PROSECUTOR ^AYS GREEN NOT FIR" PR"BS„IARGET 

GRE=N'S ALLIES OFFER HIM PUBLIC SUPPORT 

G'EFN'S POL TICAL CHANCES SA H HUOT BY ,«LL EGAT IO(J S 

gov; hOnT avoids direct COM-ENT ABOUT ALLEGATIONS 

'"'""^SAiiT FESTIVAL WAS SINGLED OUT 

'■■''""*^UTNiJ°-AN'S CAR STRUCK SY GUNSHOT 

















PAGE 120 
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N E 

P 


DATE 


S 
E 
C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 




H 2 


6/10/92 


A 


a 




N 






H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

S 2 

H 2 


11/10/B2 
.1/12/92 
1/27/92 
1/2T/92 

12/02/»2 


B 
C 
A 
A 
A 


4 
1 

3 

16 


P 
P 


N 
N 










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


3/16/P2 
3/18/92 
4/28/82 
5/01/92 
5/10/82 
5/1D/B2 
5/ID/32 


3 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 


1 

8 

10 

17 

1 

1 

13 


P 

p 


N 
N 

N 
N 
N 

P 
N 


S36 

R<3 1 





H 2 6/17/82 C 15 N 

H 2 1/22/82 1 P F W66 

H 2 12/31/92 C 6 

H 2 2/08/82 B 7 

H 2 2/25/92 B 2 N 



S 2 7/10/82 A 13 



N 



H 2 7/02/82 C 19 N 

H 2 ',/19/92 B 3 P N S9l 



S 2 5/18/82 A 



5/29/82 C 
6/27/82 C 



P P S76 
N 



S 2 11/05/32 A 11 N 

H 2 './18/92 A 1". N F78 

H 2 U/02/82 3 1 N B30 

S 2 5/11/82 A I N K90 

H 2 6/06/82 C 4 

H 2 './02/a2 A 9 N 

H 2 10/l'>/a2 C 18 

H 2 4/D5/82 B 9 

H 2 1/18/32 B <> 

H 2 11/04/82 A 5 L 

H 2 5/22/82 B 5 

S 2 10/30/92 A 4 L 



2/22/82 
3/03/92 
3/10/82 
3/22/92 
3/24/82 
4/15/92 
5/03/82 
5/19/82 
5/27/92 
5/27/92 
6/05/92 
6/06/92 
6/09/92 
6/13/82 
6/21/92 
7/01/32 
7/02/82 
7/02/82 
7/31/'"2 
8/02/92 
9/03/92 
3/04/82 
10/27/92 
10/27/82 
10/28/92 
10/29/92 
11/12/92 
11/20/92 
11/21/92 
11/22/92 
11/24/92 
11/24/92 
11/25/92 
11/25/92 



N 

L 

N 

L 

F F57 

N E05 



H 2 7/09/82 A 



S 2 4/23/92 a 1 



MONTHLY/* 



N M U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



S 

E 

C PG 



PAGE 121 
1/17/83 



GR6EN, ««RV ELIZABETH MARBLE ICHAP?L HILLl 
OBITUARY 

GREENi PAUL 

MANLY WADE JELLMAN HEADS GATHERING OF TAR HEEL WRITERS 

N.C. WRITERS CONFERENCE NOTES PAUL GREEN, PROBLEMS OF TRADE 

GREEN, PHILIP P. 

STATE OFFICIALS SEE NO PROBLEMS FROM LACK OF BUILDING INSPECTIONS 

GREEN, ROBERT 

SCUFFLES 1RSAK OUT IN COURT 

GREEN, ROXANNE JUNE ICITRUS HIGH, C AL . ) 

OFFICERS ARREST 6 FOR DRUGS DURING CONCERT AT DUKE 
SEVEN ARRESTED AT DUKE CONCERT 

GREEN, RUTH CLEOPATRA NORRIS 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, TRESSIE 

WOMAN IN WRECK SERIOUSLY INJURED 

GREEN, WILLIAM L. "BILL" JR. 

REAGAN GETS GOOD MARKS AS SPEAKER 
RADIO STATION WDBS SOLD 
WDBS SOLD 

GREENBERG, ABE 

GREENBERG GETS 2-MONTH TERM IN FAKE GOLD CASE 
GREENBERG GETS PRISON TERM FO^ ROLE IN GOLD RING SCHEME 

GREENE, CHPIS 

CLEAN AIR? 

GREENE. GEORGE (CHARLOTTE) 

■PAPER CHASE- FOR FUGITIVE ENDS 

GREENE, GEfiRGE R. (JUDGE) 

JUDGE LETS POKER PLAYERS OFF ^00K 

JUDGE BAILEY CRITICIZES COLLEAGUE FOR DISMISSAL OF GAMBLING CHARGES 

JUDGE ON TARGET 

JOKERS IN THE OECK 

GREENE, GRAHAM 
JOURNEYING 

GREENE, WILLIAM M. A. 

STATE PORTS 60Nn ISSUE IS DELAYED 
N.C. =0RTS SHOULD TURN RECORD PROFIT 

GREENFIELD, WIL3ERT DR. (PETERSBURG, VA.) 
VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY POST FILLED 

GRFENHILL, CLAIBORNE (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

GRFENHILL, SARAH HARRIS ( MORR ISVI LL E ) 

OBITUARY 

GREENWAY, OTIS OAROELL (HENDERSON! 
3 HELD IN BURNING OF VAN 

GRESNwOOO, TODD 

REPRIEVE: HOKIES' GREENWOOD MAKES MOST OF SECOND CHANCE 

GRFEP, GEORGIA MAY (RALEIGH! 
WOMAN CHARGES IN DEATH 

GREER, LFE J. (HHITEVILLE) 

DA'S RHYME NETS DEFENDANT SOME TIME 

GREE", TOM (WILKES CO. I 

MAN DIES TF BEATING 

TWO CHARGED IN BEATING DEATH ?F WILKES CO. MAN 

THREE HEN RECEIVE LIFE TERMS = OR DEATH 

GREESON, DONALD (GREENSBORO) 
3 SENTENCED FOR THEFT 

"■■REGG, JAN (POTTER) 

CRAFTSMEN'S EXHIBITION LIKE HOLIDAY LEFTOVERS 

GREGORY, ANNE 

ATTORNEYS SEEK DELAY IN 2 TEACHERS' LAWSUIT 

JUDGE WILL SET DISMISSAL HEARING 

DURHAM EDUCATORS HELP RAISE RECORD SUM FOR POLITICAL ACTION 

-IHRJi SSSIfS'Jf^ DECISION ON DISMISSAL OF TEACHERS' SUIT AGAINST.. .BOARD 

JUDGE PONDERING SCHOOL =OARD SUIT 

YEAGER PACKED BY ASSOCIATIONS 

BLACK EDUCATORS BACK COUNTY TEACHER 

GREGORY, BILLY THO»AS 

POLICE CAR CRASH CAUSES 18,000 DAMAGE 
TWO DURHAM PSOS INJURED IN WRECK 

GREGORY, CHARLIE W. 

•I LIKE TO HELP SOMEBODY' 



H 2 2/2<,/82 A 11 



-VIS ITOR FOR THE LORD 



GREGORY, DAISY NOBLES 
OBITUARY 

GREGORY, JOEL 

DEPUTIES CHARGE TWO WITH SIPHONING GAS 

GREGORY, JOHN E. (BOSTON. "ASS. I 
RESCUE ''ISSION GAVE COMFORT 

GRENFALL, ROSALIND 

2 NAMED TO NCCU FACULTY 

GRIFFIN, ARTHUR (FRANKLINTONI 

1 KILLED. 1 HURT IN SHOOTINGS 



GRIFFIN, DOCK 
OBITUARY 



■PETE" ELLO (HILLSBOROUGH) 



GRIFFIN, GEORGE 

SHE SAW HIS POTENTIAL AND STOOD BY HIM 

GRIFFIN, GREGORY T, (CLINTON) 

REPUBLICAN SEEKS SEAT AFTER LEGISLATOR INDICTED 

GRIFFIN, HEATHER 

STUDENT GETS CLOSE LOOK AT PRISON SYSTEM 



H 2 7/19/S2 
H 2 3/D9/B2 D 



S 2 1/04/R2 C 
S 2 9/03/82 C 



S 2 './D3/'?2 A 
H 2 <./0A/82 C 



H 2 12/07/32 C 
H 2 U/19/82 C 



H 2 1/30/82 B 
H 2 8/05/82 B 
S 2 8/05/82 A 



S 2 1/22/82 A 
H 2 1/23/82 A 



H 2 11/17/82 A 
H 2 5/D3/82 A 



H 2 3/10/82 A 

S 2 3/19/82 A 

S 2 3/22/82 A 

H 2 3/25/82 A 



H 2 U/02/82 A 



H 2 3/25/82 
H 1 6/09/82 



H 2 3/27/82 A 

H 2 7/31/82 fl 

H 2 4/24/82 C 

H 1 4/23/82 B 

S 2 10/11/82 D 

H 1 1/21/82 8 

H 2 1/04/82 A 



H 2 1/03/82 A 
H 2 1/04/82 B 
H 2 7/03/82 A 



S 2 9/14/82 3 
H 2 1/29/82 D 



3=0 H45 
3 P U H45 



1 N U57 
1 N M51 



H 2 11/06/82 A 

H 2 1/11/82 3 

S 2 2/04/82 C 

H 2 1/22/82 A 

S 2 9/21/02 A 

H 1 2/16/82 a 

S 2 6/07/82 a 

H 2 3/14/92 E 

H 2 5/18/82 A 

S 2 11/10/82 B 



1 
1 

3 


N 
N 
N 


A54 


I 
1 


N 
N 


U57 


5 


L 




13 


N 




1 

15 

4 

4 


N 
N 
E 

E 




4 


U 


G33 


7 
1 


N 
N 




ID 


N 




6 







10 







I 


N 




4 P 

1 


u 

N 


P55 



S 2 1/25/82 C 

S 2 2/24/82 C 

S 2 4/09/82 C 

H 2 7/22/92 e 

S 2 7/22/82 A 

H 2 7/23/82 S 

S 2 11/10/82 B 



S 2 1/18/82 A 
H 2 1/19/82 3 



N DOB 

N 008 

N EOS 

N 

N 

N W24 

N E05 



9 


F 


A20 


7 
I 



N 




5 


L 




5 
I 


N 
N 




6 







2 P F 


330 


9 


N 




1 


F 


EOS 



lb" 
It-, 



ONTHLT/AS 



N A H E S 



l/lT/83 



C ?G L ° 3YL 



'''"''''J25 ^;?"o''^Fi°?ESrL3SE COURT petition: JUDGE 3ENIES .LL BEQUESTS 

iRIFCIN. JI>'"T (TIBOR CITY) 

JURY CHOSEN FOR WROER TRIAL 
LIFE SENTENCE GIVES IS SLAYINj 

roIFCIM, JOSEPH I3RAMGE CO. I 

IsJg^^ltCr^e? LifL^ ^o\?r?S- ORANGE ELECTIONS TO 30 

rEnpeogoass =cr sheriff 

c'^iisi=CiTlvEriEJJ'?N RACE FO' ORANGE COMMISSIONERS 

'"'l§3lE^"i^?i^^N^'^ULlP-Y SPU. OEVELaPMENT 

SH^FIn'T t'utl^l'&L^nll NeI?=W -ORK 
COUNCIL-EN 1IFFER ON EFFECT O^ TAX INCREASE 

cli?JtiIii'U=^S^???? t):x"c^3?4N0T A FLUKE. 
l#Li!iJ"A^c'^;isii{i^fc3S???? E.3Y.FCR-ULA. 
DURHi" NEEDS -GNE» TO AVOID TAX INCREASE 

^''"^'i::io;i'?s;Nir2:;:\ioSN'r!i fl:rioa s-.h-ing pool 

''"""reJublican wohen's club writes cookbook 

griffin. louise 3lackh0n 
obituary 



H 1 \l/2S/»2 i 1 



GRIFFIN, MARILYN 

JAIL "atron is 



CHARGEO WITH ASSAULT 



griffin, ted 

cojncil officers 

GRIFFIN, TFRRY GLENN (LILLINGTONI 
STOLEN PROPERTY IS RECOVERED 

'■'""^'iS-.L'iSs'AF'N'SJIc'^rNi TROUBLE REPORTED 

'"■""iuCLElS''i3L?Cr;ST REAL POSSIBILITY 

'■""'^^JlNol'-U'lTjTuri!; loon IN OTI-S FUTURE 

'".RIFFIN - LYPN. P. 

KING'S PROPER TITLE 



KURALT, SYMPHONY 



GRIFFITH. ANgY^ _^_^_ FEATURES GRIFFITH, 
TV -OVIF WILL HAVE SOUTHERN FLAVOR 
TAR HEEL SPLENDOR ^, . 
GRIFFITH IN -CULTURE WEEK- 
GRIFFITH PRAISES ''ORTH CAROLINA 
TAR HEEL ANDY STILL "PRECIATES N.C. 

GRIFFITH, J A^ET 1. OR. jppp|.TS OF CHILDREN ON LIFESTYLE 
CHILDLESS COUPLES EN^OY KIOS, TOO, STUDY SHOWS 

'^""iio'MlKEs'THE ZONING DECISIONS? 



GRIFFITt 
THi 



, LICNFL £. 
NEW GEO"£TRY 



'""""auK^ rsKs'sTuOEMT SUPPORT FCR HALTING ASSAULTS 
0»UGS IN DECLINE, IlCOhCL ON THE RISE AT DUKE 

'"•"''^|fi=^;??*'sY GRIMES. MCKENZIE HIGHLIGHT U.S. WINS IN GAMES 

'•-RIMFS, P05EPT 3PY1N 

SHOTS «0UND 3URHAM MAN ,c.tu 
?OLIC= AROEST MAN IN HIT-RUN :>EATH 
MAN CHAOGED IN HIT-»ND-RUN_ 

i?SVES?ISrS!cK^?°!lT^""ALE' DEMAND MURDER CHARGES 

?§iN8?L''Vo'!aNii3i?'liso\'uTia. on death 

PANELVCICES 'REGRET' AT -AN'S DEATH 

TAll tJSYl? Tg 'aSB ':>l°Ainli-% PROSECUTION 

S?n5D^luJ'Di!?ErGifW YEA.S IN JAIL 
SENTENCE GIVEN MOTORIST IS DENOUNCED 3Y GROUP 

"'"^^HSiVMSMijrjN DURHAM COUNTY 

c^.astal management act defended 

PROTECT THE coast 

STiTE'"l=EKS FUNDS FOR JORDAN, FALLS RECREATION AREAS 
GPI-'SLEY DENIES CHARGES N.C. ;nF0RCE-|N- Lax 
s155-ILl:3N SOUGHT 3Y CITIES, COUNTIES 

STATe'td'^SECO-E more INVOLVED WITH JOB TRAINING 
GRI-SLEY SAYS COASTAL ACT „AS WORKED WELL 
OON'T WEAKEN COASTAL ACT, GRI'SLEY 'JRGES 

'^'"'"^IsTER'cljlLoi'-CEREsiA: PALSY VICTIM TRIES TO INSPIRE OTHE»S 

'=''""5Elci^^N''V3''jHE-ICALS MAY LEAD T3 CANCER 
VITAMINS. DIET MiY HELP FIGHT CANCER 

GRISSD", MATTIE F. IHE*iDFRSONI 
TRIBUTE TO OFFICERS 

'^"'"S'tEHA^bciNrCHARGED IN -URDOC< ESTATES SUIT 
SUIT CLAIMS ESTATES MISHANDLED 

GROAT, DICK 



3/19/32 A 
3/25/82 



S 2 2/31/62 C I 

H 2 2/02/32 A 11 

H 2 S/2T/92 D 7 

H 2 6/30/82 5 5 

S 2 6/30/32 = 1 



1/14/B2 
3/12/82 

',/0='/82 
4/1P/92 
5/18/92 
6/21/82 
6/22/82 
7/21/82 
11/23/82 
12/23/82 



N K90 
N K90 

N <90 
N <90 
N <90 
•I ED 5 
N <90 
N S5l 
N S51 
N K90 



H 2 1/04/32 A 3 N 

H 2 1/23/82 C 1 P F 330 

H 2 1/31/82 C ' 

S 2 3/02/82 a 1 N 

H 2 5/29/32 A 14 P = 532 

H 1 12/31/82 5 1 N 

H 2 1/04/82 3 1 P N 

H 2 3/02/82 A 4 L 

S 2 1/30/92 A 3 N 008 

H 2 2/03/82 4 5 L 



4/26/82 
9/02/32 
9/16/82 
10/03/52 
11/20/92 
12/24/82 



a 2C 



13 
1 



S 2 3/D"»/32 3 1 
H 2 4/13/82 3 1 



H 2 10/30/32 A 



H 2 4/10/82 A 4 



S 2 1/15/82 CI N 008 
H 2 3/04/32 3 1 N W24 

H 2 6/28/82 1 P N C52 



3/05/»2 

5/37/82 

5/07/82 

5/11/82 

5/11/82 

5/15/92 

5/26/82 

5/27/92 

5/34/82 

6/04/82 

11/31/82 

11/02/82 

11/11/92 



7 
1 
1 
I 

4 

5 
1 

22 
1 

10 
1 
I 



=30 
S51 

351 

F3n 
851 



H 2 12/26/82 A 11 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H I 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



l/13/"2 

2/13/82 

2/25/82 

6/12/»2 

0/:3/=2 

3/10/82 

9/27/82 

11/17/82 

U/20/82 

U/30/82 



9 
1 
I 
1 
6 
11 
8 
1 



H 2 11/29/32 A 15 N 

H 2 6/21/''2 = 1 N 

S 2 6/21/82 C 3 N 

H 2 10/26/82 A 4 L 

H 2 3/31/°2 3 1 N '51 

S 2 3/31/32 A 2 N 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PAGE 123 
1/17/83 



UNC'S L4T6 FLURRY OEMOTES GENERALS 
CLASSIC BRINGS OUT THE GREAT -GRAYS' 
A CLASSIC LOOK AT THE STARS 

GRODSKY, BERTHA R . 

THIEF ATTACKS. ROBS «OMAN 

'"'°"'Gl^"cSECKr5uT'R3NNERS '"''^ °"""'5- DIRECTION FULL SPEED AHEAD. 
GROh: NOTHING DRASTIC FOR OEACS 

GROOXS. ERNEST (MARLBORO CO.. S.C.I 
TRACTOR THEFT CHARGES FILED 

GROSS. BERTRAM (NEW YORK CITYI 
NOTICED ANY SYZYGY? 

GROSS. LARRY 

GOOn. SAO AND ugly: REACTIONS RUN GAMUT ON SCHOLARSHIP CUTS 

GROSSHOLI. JILL 

ADOLESCENCE: KNOWLEDGE MAKES IT LESS 'BEWILDERING 
RESPONSE TO PROGRAM POSITIVE 

GROSSMAN. SYLVIA (NEW YQRH CITYI 

DEATH 3Y VEHICLE COUNTS DISMISSED IN NOV. I WRECK 

GROVES. HARRY E. 

GROVES ELECTED TO LEGAL BOARD 
GROVES HE5DS LEGAL ?OARO 
GROVES HEADS LEGAL GROUP 

GRUBB, STEPHEN DR. 

SCHOOL LETS WOMAN TURN BACK ON PAIN 

N.C. "E^ORUL SCHOOL HELPS BACK SUFFERERS 

GRUEN. ADAM L. 

era: change cannot be DENIED 

GRUM=LE. GRACE 

SHE FIGHTS FIRES. GROWS PLANTS 

GUEISSAZ. LU ANN 

HOTEL COMPLEX WILL ADO 150 MO? E ROOMS 

GUFFEE. PAUL (APEXl 

3 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

I'^.^^'^V ^''^'•''0° "^ BEGIN PROBE OF 'LANE CRASH THAT KILLED 3 

SAFETY =OARD OFFICER PROBING PLANE CRASH 

autopsy reveals crash death cause 

guilfault, raymond e. ( w inston-sale ml 
jury indicts former 3anker 

Guild, tom 

aogart editorial 'cillous' 

gulley. william h. 

■dump this editor" 

gulli. franco 

violinist to play at duke 

'ullie. nonald edward 

two charged in fight near school 

gunter. "illy 

man charged with dui 

gunter. j. u. 

an asteroid named for king 

guntfr. jeanne anne 

city schools turn ido 

GuNTER. MARY ELLEN 

FIRING OF DEPUTIES NOT FAIR 

GUNTFR. ROBERT 

UNITED WAY WILL TRY TO RAISE 11.3 MILLION 
GUNTER: GOAL REPRESENTS AREA MEEDS 
U'lITED WAY DESERVES SUPPORT 

UNITED WAY NEARS 4<.t OF GOAL 

UNITED WAY REACHES R7 PERCENT OF GOAL 

UNITED WAY FQOCES RAISE 97* 0= GOAL 

J.tirjfS ^° COM-UNITY GENEROSITY, IT'S WORKING 

UNITED WAY FACES ADDED CALLS = OR AID 

UNITED WAY TOPS GOAL 

GUNTHER. ED 

CA3LEVISI0N TO PUT JULY 1 TARGET FOR NEW SERVICES INTO CONTRACT 
GUPTILL. RANDY 

SCHOOL PRAYER: FROM A TEACHER'S EXPERIENCE 

GURGANUS. EDGAR JARVIS ( WI LLI A"STON I 

GUBGANUS. STATE INMATE GRIEVAMCE COMMISSION HEAD 

GUPLEY. LLOYD 

CENTER WILL AID GROWTH 

GURLEY. MAOY SCOTT (LEE CO. I 

SANFOOD CHAMBER PRESENTS AWARDS 

GUSTAVFSON. NORMAN 

FOUR FILE Ens RACES IN ORANGE 

2 FILE IN ORANGE ELECTIONS 

CANQInATES TICKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 

PACE UNITS BACK THREE I"! ORANGE 

NEW PIDUSTRY SEEN AS TOP NEED IN ORANGE 

EIGHT DEMOCRATS COMPETE FOR T^eSE SEATS 

GUTHRIE. DAVID V. 

A MATTER OF CLASS 

TV. RADIO SHOULD BE kEGULATED MORE 

GUTHRIE. FRANK DR. 

SILL WOULD RESTRICT INSECTICIDE INFORMATION 

GUTHRIE, HA 

THE GIFT THEY WANT IS FAMILY'S FREEDOM 



N E 
P D 



S t T 
£ L Y 
C ?G L P BYL 



H 2 "./Z?/?; B 6 

H 2 5/2<./R2 A 1 

H 2 5/2A/B2 3 2 

S 2 5/15/82 A 3 



H 2 3/03/82 a 2 P N 
S 2 3/3D/32 B 16 P F 
H 2 10/07/82 2 F S91 



H 2 9/09/82 A 8 N 
H 2 b/12/82 A 4 F 
H 2 7/25/82 B 5 p N C52 



H 2 2/26/92 3 2 P F 330 
H 2 2/26/82 6 2 N 330 



H 2 4/30/82 A 13 



S 2 2/10/32 C 9 
H 2 5/12/82 A 13 
S 2 5/13/82 C 16 



S 2 9/06/82 B 1 P F 
H 2 9/13/82 A 9 N 



H 2 6/11/82 A 5 L 

H 2 9/26/82 E 12 P U G78 

S 2 2/02/82 8 1 P N S83 

H 2 7/26/82 A ION "51 



S 2 7/26/82 A 1 
H 1 7/27/82 a 1 
S 2 7/27/82 9 1 



ED 5 
N L30 
N FQ5 



H 2 10/27/82 C 12 N 

H 2 5/26/82 A 4 L 

H 2 9/12/82 D 5 L 

H 2 3/23/82 All N 

H 2 6/05/82 A 3 N 

S 2 9/18/82 A 3 N 

H 2 1/24/82 DSL 

S 2 9/17/B2 C 1 P N E05 

S 2 11/26/82 A 4 L 



S 2 9/06/82 C I N S83 

H 2 9/07/82 A 1 o F L41 

H 2 9/10/32 A 4 E 

H 2 9/21/82 A 1 N L4I 

S 2 9/21/92 3 1 P N S83 

H 2 10/13/82 B 1 N L41 

S 2 10/19/82 C 1 N S83 

S 2 10/26/82 a 1 N K90 

S 2 11/05/82 A 1 N 533 

H 2 11/06/82 A 1 P N L41 

S 2 11/09/92 A 4 E 

S 2 11/23/92 B 1 N S33 

S 2 12/03/32 A 1 N S33 



H 2 1/07/82 A 20 P N S51 



H 2 5/31/82 A 4 

H 2 6/01/82 a 6 

H 2 6/17/82 A 4 

" 1 2/24/82 a 1 



H 2 1/29/82 a 

S 1 1/29/82 C 

H 2 6/14/92 3 

H 2 6/17/82 C 

S 2 6/23/92 C 

H 2 6/27/92 D 



H 2 2/04/92 A 
H 2 11/12/92 A 



5 
1 
9 
n 

i 

4 


N 

N 

N WS'' 

N 

N M23 

N M2 3 


4 

4 


L 

L 






H 2 6/20/82 A 4 N 

H 2 12/25/82 3 1 R F 381 



MONTHLT/AN 



U » L 
1/01/82 



r -4 e X 

12/31/32 



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PAGE 12'. 
1/17/33 



PG L ' 3VL 



GUTHRIE, JULIA HAE I SPS ING CITY, TrNM.l 
a^^ITUARY 

''"^""f'lANELE'iolflCE HELPS PATIENr AnB 'i-ILT FACE DEATH 

GUTHRIE, .HARTIM OATTLrBORO) 

TEEN-AGER ESCAPES YOUTH CENTP 

GUThRIE, ray p. SR- 

•"IXHN RUNNIMG AGAIN 

SAY GUTHRIE rILES FOR CLERK 

GUT"RIE INPRIfARY 

Guf"RIE:'3DVD FORFEITURES APPLIED JNFAIRLY 

3a CA-Oi DATES LEAD IN SPESDIfC =0' COUNTY RACES 

rJtIRFOf'rSIr ASSISTANT 4 1 ■< S TO OUST INCUMBENT 

GUTHRIE FOR COURT CLc'K 

vnT= ANH ci crT RAY PERRY GUTH3 IE 

CARR DEFEATS RAY GUTHRIE =0R S UPE» lOR, COURT CLERK 

CARR »ETAI\S CLERK'S SEAT 3Y WIDE -(ARGIN 

vnTE FOR VALENTINE 

A FRIEND TO ALL 

'"'" " HIRING PROJECT "ANAGER 'UNFAH' 
I SWITCHED CHANNELS 

^"^"'Jestive'taJSayers hore willing to challenge IRS 

GUTHILLIG, -^IKE (fONTREALI ^„,„,^.,,.^ 
DURHA" showed southern HOSPITALITY 

GUY, DAVID 

ILLOGICAL OPPOSITION 

GUYER, BILL 

dILL GUYER SAYS. 



.1 SUPPORT RON STEPHENS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 



GUYTON.^TA-JI|^D.^.FDRT^;.aLS.^S.C. .^^^^ „o,cTEO 



''"^'haas''''IES FOR LEAD; HOUSTON INCREASES HARGIN To 12 SHOTS 

HAAS, ^ARY HELEN 
OBITUARY 

HACH = «4, ••ICHEL EL LT. (LEBANON) 

"INJURED LEBANESE DIVER BEING TREATED AT DUKE 
LEBANESE OFFICER: 'TERRIBLE FOR THE COUNTRY' 

''*''''"stNGLE'*ADaPTIV£ PARENTHOOD: 'DIFFERENT, BUT JUST AS GOOD' 

HACKETT, BUOOY^ Sgc IT TOO OFTEN...' JNOER ONE ROOF 
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT CLASSIC TODAY 
CHILDREN'S CLASSIC FINE - EXCEPT FOR haCKETT 

HACK5TT, DUVAL 
RARE THINS 

HACKtU, JI" ISANFORDI ,. „_., „„ ,,c 

GKN IN SANFORO PLANNING TWO-Wc tK LAYOFFS FQR 325 

HACKNEY. a»ENT 

EDITORIAL lEAL "ISOIRECTEO 

"'"^'^■'SlssfoNARIES TO^InoIA klLL SPEAK tq jniTEO -EThODIST WOMEN 

HACKNEY, JCc 

HACKNEY, STANFORD FILE IN 3RANGE 

HACKNEY FILES FDR STATE HOUSE SEAT 

N.C. LEGISLATORS RATED ON EFFECTIVENESS 

HE hANTS TD wIP= DOT CHATHA" COUNTY TOWN 

PUBLIC DEFENDER LIKELY FQR "I'-B' 

0'iNG= "AR PRESIDENT AGAINST 3 ILL 

T?l,N GE'S RFPPIEVE 

RFP. MACKNEY ASKS DEFENDER OF=ICE DELAY 

UNCONTESTED RACES IN ORANGE 

HACKNEY, TRACY TEACU6 CCARRBOROl 
YOUTH HURT IN ACCIDENT 

HAC6N, PAT 

COLOR HAOEN PROMISING 

HADJINDFF, GEORGE J. ICHAPEL HILL) 

SX-NLRB LAWYER DIES IN CHAPEL HILL 

HaOUE, frank jr. IHILMINGTONI 

PLEAS ENTERED IN FRAUD CASE 

HAGER, JOHN R. 

u.s. should develop new israeli policy 

hagie, donald waynf (oavidsoni 

man is arrested in 1931 slaying 
man acjuitted of slaying 

hagler, dumpy 

'that dumpy little guard. . .' 
wEST ENTERS NCAA GOLF WITH MgsCLE 

HAGHAN, KEITH 

BULLS LOSE "ACMAN, ADD TUMPArC 

OFwS' ROSTER SET AS COOPER Jul TS, haGman RETURNS 

HAGMAN'S DOUBLE LIFTS BULLS BY METS 

HAG"AN: BULLS' HIT -"AN 

SOSA, hACman on team 

'^"^'"'turneo-over dirt had an oily, burned shell 

''*"^'rt|L-s'RipS CHOICE OF haIG as nEGDTIATOR 

the generalissimo AMD the hired hands 

CHANGINGSHpGUA55''iT the STATE DEPARTMENT 



h 2 8/16/82 9 7 

S 2 2/26/S2 B I P c A15 



3/09/32 A 



1/04/R2 
1/22/92 
1/22/92 
6/16/82 
a/22/92 
6/23/92 
6/27/92 
6/27/82 
6/23/92 
6/30/92 
6/30/32 
7/26/92 
9/16/82 



:'.2 

951 
351 



H 2 9/09/92 A ; 
H 2 11/18/92 A 5 



H 2 3/15/92 A 4 

H 2 3/24/92 A t. 

H 2 5/15/82 A 

H 2 5/29/82 A 

H 2 10/28/82 A 

H 2 9/20/92 3 

H 2 5/29/82 D 

H 2 8/29/82 3 



H 2 9/14/92 3 
H 2 9/15/82 3 





L 




5 p 


A 




15 


N 




2 P 


N 


PQ7 




N 


P07 











F 
F 


A23 
A20 



S 2 10/30/92 A 3 P G JOS 



H 2 5/21/82 D 
H 2 5/22/92 A 
H 2 5/30/P2 



S 2 5/19/92 A 

H I 1/09/82 3 

H 2 2/20/82 A 

H 2 5/D8/82 A 



H 2 5/04/32 A 

S 2 5/34/92 3 

H 2 6/04/92 3 

H 2 6/39/92 A 

H 2 6/09/32 A 

H 2 6/10/92 A 

H 2 6/12/92 3 

H 2 6/15/92 A 

H 2 11/03/32 3 



S 2 1/29/92 A 

H 2 a/24/92 B 

M 2 1/21/92 C 

M 2 2/17/82 A 

H 2 9/03/82 A 



H I 3/12/82 3 
H 2 12/04/82 A 



H 2 5/16/82 B 
H 2 5/26/82 C 



S 2 4/01/92 3 

S 2 4/03/32 A 

H 2 5/19/82 5 

S 2 5/15/82 A 

S 2 8/26/82 C 



1 P F W66 
1 N 
4 L 

7 P P C56 

1 N 

4 L 

■» P N 



N 

N G53 
N 

N G53 
N W36 



8 N 
2 P U D71 




16 



2 P F POT 
1 N PC 



1 U R66 
9 N R66 

2 N M71 
8 P = R6t 
2 N 



H 2 9/17/82 A 1 P N L30 



S 2 5/04/82 3 

H 2 6/10/92 A 

H 2 6/27/32 

H 2 6/30/92 A 



E 

T R56 



MONTHLY/»NHUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



HAIG: HE SHIFTS HIS IMAGES WITH THE TUcSTIONS 

"AIGLERt KEITH (CHARLOTTEl 

HAN TOIEO TO CONVERT OTHERS 

RELIGIOUS SECT fOLLOwER HAS N.C. NATIVE 

HAINES. HOWARD N. 

HOWARP HAINES. RETIRED DUKE P»GF 

HAINES. NELL BARBEE 
OBITUARY 

HAIR. JAY 0, 

P=GF CALLS REAGAN CALLOUS ON WILDLIFE 
CITIZEN ASSISTANCE VITAL IN P^! 6 SE» VA T ION EFFORTS 
CONSERVATIONISTS "O^ILIZE TO ciGhT -POLITICAL ASSAULT- 
TAR HEEL 15 P0E5IDENT OF SIERRA CLUB; CARY "AN HAS WILDLIFE... I 
UELL-KNOWN ACTIVISTS SHIFT UA?REN EMPHASIS 
POLL INDICATES SUPPORT TO REDUCE ACID RAIN 

HAIRSTON. WILLIE LEWIS (EDENI 

DOG HELPS POLICE IN ARRESTS 

HAISLIO. MARK ANTHONY (NORLINA) 

NORLINA MAN CHARGE IN NEIGHBOR'S SLAYING 

HAIT. STEPHEN SCTTT 

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED 

HAITH. TFROY LEE 

MSN STABBED NEAR BAR 

MAN ARRESTED IN STA9BING 

HAITHCOCK, DON 

RESIDENTS RAISE FUNDS TO FIGHT ANNEXATION 

HAITHCOCK, NORMAN (ORANGE CO. I 

SAM GATTIS. <. OTHERS ''Hi FOR ORANGE COUNTY RACES 

". SACKED BY PACE IN ORANGE 

GROUP BACKS <• ORANGE SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES 

CENTRAL OFFICE STAFF SIZE KEY ISSUE IN RACE 

COMPTON WON'T SEEK RUNOFF VOT^ 

HAITHCOCK AND MILLER WIN SEATS ON EDUCATION BOARD 

STORE'S FOOD STAMP LICENSE LI=TED 

HAITHCOCK, SAMMY (VANCE CO. I 

SHORTFALL EXPECTED IN VANCE 

HAL3ERSTAM, DAVID 

PRIZE-WINNING WRITER RAPS TELEVISION NEWS 

HALE, ARTHUR DR. 

INSTITUTES OF HEALTH SAYS MEDICAL SCHOOL CLEARED 

HALE. CYNTHIA REV. 

HER FLOCK'S 3FHIN0 ^ARS: "RISJN PASTOR BELIEVES SHE HAS ARRIVED 

HALE, OEAN (CHAPEL HILLI 
MIDLIFE BIRTHDAYS 

HALE. JOSEPH (ATLANTA, GA.I 

MICA '-lERGER PiR''NER AWAITS COJRT DECISION 

U.S. JUDGE TO RULE ON MERGER PARTNER 

OFFICER SAYS MICA KNEW ABOUT WORLD WIDE SUIT 



PItGE 125 
1/17/83 



HALES, 



CHRISTOPHER (ROSEBORJI 
SOUGHT IN ESCAPE FROM JAIL 



FAKE GOLD CASE 

ROLE IN GOLD RING SCHEIE 



HALE^, ERWIN JEFFERSON 

GREENBERG GETS 2--0NTH TERM IN FAKE GOLD CASE 
GREFNREPG GETS PRISON TERM FOl ROLE IN GOLD RING SCHEME 

HALES, LARRY 

RECEIVES AWARD 

HALES. RAYMOND 

GREENBEPG GETS J-MONTH TERM IN 
GREcNPERG GETS PRISON TERM FOR 

HALES, ROBERT 

GBECNfiERG GETS J-MONTH TERM IN FAKE GOLI^ CASE 

OBEEN°ERG GETS PRISON TERM FOR ROLE IN GOLD RING SCHEME 
HALEY, ALEX 

HALEY TO SPFAK ON 'ROOTS' 

HALEY: SOCIETY LIKE SALAD BOWL 

HALKIOTIS. STEVE 

OFFICIAL, PRINCIPAL FLAP LEAVES GAME HANGING AT HALF 

HALL, A. N. 

THE LAMPATARIUM 

HALL. AODIE "ANGUM (ROUGEMONTP 
OBITUARY 

HALL, ALAN 

STOLEN PATTERY SPARKS SHOOTING 

HALL. ALBERT 

A jUICk LOOK AT FORMER BULLS »S 3RAVES 

HALL. ALLEN (CHAPEL HILLI 

HEMOPHILIA GROUP PICKS NEW CHIEF 

HALL. ALVIN (CHAPEL HILLI 

MORE FANS wPITPIG LETTERS ABOUT OR. WHO 

HALL. AUGUSTA ( J ACK SONV ILL = I 

SLEET. 3AIN MAY FOLLOW SNOW 

HALL. COLIN D. DR. (CHAPEL HILLI 

COOPERATION KEY FOR HANDICAPPED 

HALL, OANNY EDWARD ( J ACKSONV I LL E I 

TWO DIE IN CRASH NEAR JACKSONVILLE 

HALL, ERNEST M. SR. 

A CHANGE OF SHERIFFS 

HALL. EZEKIEL (NEW YORK I 

fHE'id^T!Hy,'fiE"?llSO^lRi^"°°" -"'^^ "" '""° "'■M'' " CENTRAL... 
POISON STANDOFF CONTINUES: NESOTIATIOMS FALL THROUGH 
INMATES: DESCRIPTIONS OF THE H OSTAGE- TAKER S 
PRISONERS RELEASE HOSTAGES AFTER MAKING TRANSFER DEAL 



N E 
P D 



S I T 
E L Y 

C PG L P 9YL 



DATE 
H 2 7/04/32 C I P U H4R 



S 2 7/05/62 A 3 
S 2 7/06/82 B 7 



H 2 7/17/82 B 6 
H 2 <./10/B2 b 10 



H 2 3/l<./a2 A IC N 

S ? 3/26/82 C I N 

H 2 5/13/92 C 12 N 

H 2 6/02/82 A 12 N 

S 2 9/29/82 A 4 E 

H 2 11/30/82 A 15 N 



S 2 9/15/82 C 12 N 

H 2 7/19/32 B 1 N 

S 2 5/24/82 A 8 P P T37 

S 2 12/03/82 C 1 N 

H 2 12/04/82 C 10 N 

S 2 9/22/82 A 1 N K90 



H 2 1/30/32 A 14 N 

H 2 6/11/82 A 9 N 

S 2 6/11/82 C 10 H 

H 2 6/27/82 4 N W36 

H 2 6/30/82 B 5 N W36 

S 2 6/30/92 A 9 N 

H 2 12/13/92 3 1 N 346 



H 1 1/05/32 3 1 N 

H 2 4/05/82 A 8 N 

H 2 2/27/82 A 5 N 

H 2 3/14/82 A 3 P F A2D 

H 2 3/03/82 A 5 W 



H 2 9/14/82 B 1 N L41 

S 2 9/14/82 e 10 N 

H 2 9/15/82 3 1 N L41 



H 2 9/19/82 A 9 



S 2 1/22/82 A 1 N U57 
H 2 1/23/82 A 1 N 



S 2 5/18/82 3 4 P P M66 
N U57 



S 2 1/22/82 A 1 
H 2 1/23/32 A 1 



S 2 1/22/82 A 1 
H 2 1/23/82 A 1 



N U5 7 
N 



S 2 2/18/82 D 7 P N 
S 2 2/26/82 C 1 N 



H 2 1/27/82 B 2 N M71 

H 2 10/31/92 10 P F L41 

H 2 5/12/82 A 11 

S 2 7/12/82 A 3 N 

H 2 3/14/82 3 13 P F M71 

H 2 4/15/82 A 10 o N 

S 2 4/01/92 D 2 P 1 371 

H 2 1/13/82 A 1 P N 

S 2 9/03/32 C 1 N 

H 2 2/15/92 A 13 N 

H 2 6/25/=2 A 4 L 



H 2 3/24/82 A 1 P N 

S 2 3/24/92 A 1 N 

H 2 3/25/82 A 1 P N 

H 2 3/25/82 5 N 

S 2 3/25/92 A 1 N 






!10NTHLY/»N 



SUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



N » » E S 



3 INK4TES RETURNED =RQH V«. Tl CiL£90NI« PRISON 
INHiTES RETURNED tq \.C. »RIS3N _,»,, ,r. 

inm4tes may have corgeo passes to diagnostic area 
racist ccnditidns charged at 'rison 
i-jmate-hostase t^ial delayed 

3 FAC^ KIDNAPPING CHARGES 

INMATES INOICTE" IN CENTRAL P'ISON HOSTAGE INCIDENT 

7MBEE [NMATCS DEMAND RETURN TD CEDERAL PRISON 

XUREE INMATES PLEAD INNOCENT "0 KIDNAPPING 

TRIAL 3E Three INHiTES PQSTPCriED 

TWO I'l-ATES EJECTED ERO" COUR'-ROD" 

PRISONERS F"JND GUILTY DF KID'JAPPING 

INiiTES -MO TICK HOSTAGES GET LDNG PRISON SENTENCES 

THREE INMATES SENTENCED FOR TlKING >+DSTAG6S 



HALLt FAITH 

OBITUARY 



HALL» GRAHAM T. 

OBITUARY 



HALLi HADOIE M 
OBITUARY 



(N, AUGUSTA, 
IROUGEMONTI 



HALL, HEATHER LYNN , _ 

jOMEN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY ,,.„., 

3 CHARGED IN EURGLARY GET BOND REDUCTIONS 
30ND RcOUCEO EOR 3 .iOMEN 



HALL, HORACE 

COMPUTER SEEMS 



iETERHINEO TO <ILL OFF HORACE HALL 



HALL, JERRY (WHVTEVILLEI 

T>iO MORE INCICTED IN COLUMBUS PROBE 

COLCOR FIGURE CONVICTED OF THREE ORDG CHARGES 
JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING OF CXCDB DEFENDANT HALL 

HALL, KAREN 

A NO-FRILLS APPROACH TQ jR T E?UCATION 

HALL, KENNETH D. JR. . ,,. 

A PLAN TO PREVENT "IE FACTO INTERSTATE' 
CI.IC CENTER PLAN C -MOST DESIRABLE- 
DURHAM u»D FAIR EXHIBIT 

HALL, LAWRENCE CLINTON "BUDDY- JR. 
OBITUARY 

HALL, LESTER 

LAKE'S 'MOT HOLE' 

HALL, MARTHA 

CYCLIST INJURED 

CYCLIST IS IN STABLE CONDITION 

HALL, MICHAEL 13URLINGT0N1 . . ,. ,.„.. --, 

DUKE SCIENTISTS IDENTIFY fly lapva in BOY'S EYE 
BOY LUCKY TO GET FLY LARVA REMOVED 

HALL, ROBERT (HOPE MILLS) 

POLICE Chief -ON't LEAVE JOS 

HALL. ROPERT 
FEDERAL. 



CLAIMS ANOTHER DROWNING VICTIM 



-ILLI4M (GLEN ALPINEl 
STATE AGENCIES PROBE MOONSHINE DEATHS 



HALL, ROSCDE F. Ill (-HITEVILLE1 



STATE LEGISLATOR DENIES COLCO' CHAR 
THO MORE INDICTED IN COLUMBUS PROBE 



CHARGE 



MOTIONS DEvIED IN CDLCDP CASE 

COLCOR "OTIONS DENIED 

attorney: 5 COLCOP =LEAS may CHANGE 

COLCOR FIGURE DRAWS 5-Y6AR SPITENCE , 

COCOR FIGURE CTNVICTEO OF THREE DRUG CHARGES 
JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING OF CaCOR DEFENDANT HALL 



: VANDALISM BONOS tqd hIGh 
(CHAPEL HILLl 



HALL, S. A. 

DETECTIVE 

HALL, SA» JR. 
OBITUARY 

HALL, SEABORN BERNARO 
OBITUARY 

HALL, STEVE 

DETECTIVE SAYS BONO TOO HIGH 

HALL, STEVE (CHAPEL HILLl 
NIGHT WALK 

HALL, TNAODAEuS BLAND 

DURHAM EDUCATOR DIES AT 73 
RETIRED PRINCIPAL DIES IN OURHAX 

HALL, w. EDWARD 
OBITUARY 

■'*'-'-'geST'"AGAINt 3?LIL^HALL^*io-ANO-aVER WINNER IN mohqjy'S aOS-'ON 

HALL, WILLtAK G. 
OBITUARY 

HALL - KENHECY, LESLIE 

CONFESSION THROWN CUT BY JUDGE 

HALLECK. SEYMOUR JR. 

testimony: handicap 3R0UGHT DEPRESSION 
ABORTION ATTEMPT CAUSED DEPRESSION 
OR. HALLECK TO SPEAK ON INSANITY PLEA FUTURE 
DOCTOR LAMENTS 11% PLAN 

HALLETT, HORACE S. 
OBI'UARY 

HALLINGSE. ROBERT C. (ASHEVILLEI 
GUARD SHOT IN ASrtEVlLLE 

haLLOwELL, JOHN HAMILTON 

LAW OFFICERS SCRE »ECCRD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C:UNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

HALM, DAVID '. (HENOERSONVILLEI 

FIVE DIE IN N.C. 'RAFFIC ACCIDENTS 















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3/27/82 




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3/27/92 




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3/29/92 




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3/30/92 




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<./13/92 








N 




S ? 


5/D4/52 








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5/05/92 




9 




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H ? 


5/23/92 








N 




H ? 


6/n/92 




\<t 




N 




H 7 


'»/17/92 




I 1 




N 




H ? 


0/15/92 












H ' 


0/16/62 




1 








<: ? 


0/l'9/32 




1 








H 2 


10/20/92 




b 




N 





H 2 10/22/92 C 7 
H 2 2/07/82 C 2 
H 2 5/11/82 3 5 



H 2 5/2B/82 A 2 
H 2 5/29/92 C I 
S 2 5/29/82 A 13 



H 2 12/10/82 A I 



H 2 9/22/92 C 
H 2 12/19/92 A 
S 2 12/19/82 A 



S 2 2/11/92 D 



H 2 4/13/92 A 
H 2 7/09/92 A 
H 2 11/13/92 A 



H 2 5/20/92 C 
H 2 7/19/82 A 



H 2 9/25/92 A 
S 2 9/25/92 A 



H 2 5/16/92 C 
S 2 5/17/82 A 



S 2 9/16/92 C 
S 2 7/21/92 C 



H 7 3/19/92 A 

H 2 9/22/92 C 

H 2 10/08/62 A 

S 2 10/08/32 C 

S 2 11/11/32 C 

H 2 11/13/32 A 

H 2 12/19/92 A 

S 2 12/19/82 A 



H 2 4/16/82 3 

H 2 12/08/92 3 

H 2 1/28/82 C 

S 2 4/16/92 C 

H 2 5/14/92 D 



S 2 2/09/92 3 
H 2 2/10/92 C 



H 2 12/24/92 3 
H 2 4/22/82 3 
H 2 7/03/82 a 
H 2 2/19/82 A 



H 2 5/14/92 a 

S 2 5/14/92 A 

S 2 10/D3/92 A 

H 2 12/26/92 C 



H 2 7/03/82 3 
H 2 4/06/82 a 



S 2 6/04/82 A 
H 2 6/05/82 B 



S 2 2/15/82 C 



I P 
3 



14 
6 

1 1 

20 ' 
I 



N A^4 






1 P F W66 



1 

9 


o 


1 






c 









I 


o 


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W24 


6 










MONTHLY/*NHU»L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



for men onlv. a «0m4n warden 

havbrigmt, rufus dr. 

medical alumni weekend begins 

HAMBYt DONALD W. 

PETE CRUSE GETS NEW JOB 

CRUSE GETS NEW POST W t TH DUKE POWER CO. 

"AMIDULLAH, "ATTHEW E. (CHICAGO. ILL.) 

EDITORIAL INACCURATE. HARMFUL TO MUSLIMS 
UPDATE ON THE MUSLIMS 

MA-ILL. D. C. ICHAPEL HILLl 
DISSERVICE TO DRIVERS 

HAMILTON. ELSIE IS^LMQNTI 

BELMONT WOMAN NAMED CHURCH NEWSPAPER EDITOR 

HAMILTON. KATHERINE F. 
jni'^UARY 

HAMILTON. M. J. 

DURHAM DRIVERS CARELESS 

HAMILTON. SARAH WATKINS 

SCHOOL NAMES ACADEMIC DEAN 

HAMLET. ALVIN JEROME ILOUISBURGl 

SERVICES TODAY FOR WRECK VICTIM 

HAMLETT. BESSIE SMITH 
OBITUARY 

HAMLETT, CHARLES JULIUS I6ALTIM0REI 

MAN AWAITING TRIAL FLEES FROM PRISON 

HAMLETT, DENNIS 

OPEN SEASON ON The INNOCENT 

HAMLETT, FRANK AOAMS 

ROBBERY MAY BE mqtIVE IN SLAYING 

OBITUARY 

MAN KILLED, WOMAN CHARGED 

THREE DURHAM MEN CHARGED IN SLAYING ON MANGUM STREET 

DURHAM MEN FACE HEARINGS IN MAN'S DEATH 

HAMLIN, EDWIM J. 

NEW STANDARDS CUT DISABILITY BENEFITS 

HAMM. ^ILLY AARON 

LARCENY CHARGE LEADS TO 2 OTHERS 

HAMM, BOBBY L. IVANCE COUNTYI 

CANDIDATES SEEK VANCE POSTS 

RUNOFF SET FOP VANCE SHERIFF 

VANCE COUNTY SHERIFF LOSES 

VANCE SHERIFF: ANTI-NOISE LAW NEEDED 

TRIBUTE TO OFFICERS 

wRITE-IN CAMPAIGN ORGANIZED IN VANCE TO RE-ELECT HAMM 

MCGHE": ELECTED VANCE COUNTY S^ERIFF 

MAMMETT, JOHN 

WESTwOOO NAMES ASSOCIATE 

HAMMETT, SHERMAN V. 

WATAUGA DEPUTY SHOT; <. SOUGHT 
Ff'UR JAIL ESCAPEES CAPTURED 
IMMAT"=S FACE NEW CHARGES 
CHARGES FILED AGAINST 3 ESCAPEES 

HAMMONOS. CLEVELAND IR. 

SCHOOLS TO SURVIVE FUND CUT 

iJNANI-ITY MARK OF DURHAM'S 2 SCHOOL BOARDS 

•CLOSED' BOARD MEETINGS: GOOD OR BAO? 

ACT CAN DENY RECRUITERS ACCESS TO STUDENTS 

CITY BOARD MEMBERS GET STUDENT CONDUCT GUIDE 

TEACHER TEAMS KEY MIDDLE SCHOOLS SUCCESS 

DURHAM PLACK LEADERS SEE PROGRESS. PROBLEMS 

CCMMUNITY SnuCATION CONFERENCE SCHEDULED 

HAMMONDS URGES END TO PAIRING 

SCHOOL PROGRAM SOUGHT FOR SI G^ T- I MP* I RED 

MIDDLE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE PLAN GETS FIRST OK 

CITY SCHOOLS HIPE INFORMATION AIDE 

NO CITY SCHOOLS EXPECTED TO CLOSE SOON 

NO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLOSINGS FORESEEN FOR CITY 

WHAT DO YOU 00 ^OR FUN? 

?yrc%%^^y?"!iN^!t?' "" '"■'"" "" ""'"^ 

clVt S^2o°feLS'gE?°feRO%'3iig*gSg!E^"' '"'"''' ^""'°' "■=" '""" 

EDUCATION AS CAREER 

MUSEUM. SCHOOLS CREATE LINK 

CITY STUDENTS DUE NEW ASSIGNMENTS 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES SID. 5 MILLION BUDGET REQUEST 

CITY SCHOOLS' APPROVED "UDGET IS STILL CniNGING '"=''"'=^' 

SCnnoLS MAKE COUNTY BUDGET REQUESTS 

HAMMONDS: MIDDLE SCHOOLS may ■: AVE HONEY 

SCHOOL DINNER HONORS VOLUNTEERS 

HAMMONDS: ALL GOALS MET 

HAMMONDS: CITY SCHOOLS SURPASSED GOALS 

TEST SCORES Improve in Durham schools 

SOME CITY PUPILS OUT fsomt 

¥cJI^JIi22t'-?f^^c2'^^5 IN DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS 
TEST SCORES PLEASE HAMMONDS 
HAMMONDS SETS TESTING GOALS 
CITY SCHOOLS =N0 BUSING FOR DESEGREGATION 
5f,?S2': J'^''i?!r!=;;ENT DIP WON'T CJT TEACHERS JOBS 
INCREASE URGED IN CITY SCHOOLS' LUNCH PRICES 
HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH PRICES MAY NEARLY DOUBLE 

?{?S'-frS^n?°bS '■^ ^^ "0'^^^ ■■'"=^ CITY SYSTEM OPENS 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD RAISES MEAL PRICES 
SCHOOL MEALS TO COST MORE; SUMMER PROGRAM SAVEO 
HAM-ONOS STRESSES NEED =0R COVJFIDENCE 

CITY SCHOOLS' OPENING GOES SM30THLY 

CITY SCHOOLS OPEN ON UPSWING 

°yS"«" CITY SCHOOLS OFFICIALS SAY cNROLLMENT 

GROWTH IN CITY SCHOOLS may INCREASE TEACHERS 

CITY SCHOOLS MAY REOUEST MORE TEACHERS 

FIGURES SHOW CITY SCHOOLS GREW BY 67 

CITY SCHOOL OFFICIALS SEEK MQJ E TFAChfrs 

IIJI^,J'^„S';f ''°'' *> ■'EW CITY SCHOOLS TEACHERS 

£nX„-9"°°'-S MAY USE NEW EVALJATION PLAN 

DROPOUT RATE FOR CITY RISES 

HAMMONDS SAYS SCHOOLS TO BE TRAILBLAZER 



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N E 
P D 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 3YL 



MAY HAVE INCREASED 



DATE 

H 2 10/03/82 IPS A2D 

H 2 11/13/82 A 13 N 

H 2 5/27/82 a I P N 

S 2 5/27/82 A l-i N 



H 2 1/03/82 D 
H 2 1/06/82 A 



H 2 1/22/82 A 5 

H 2 6/D6/82 C 7 

H 2 1/18/82 B <• 

H 2 3/23/82 5 

H 2 6/17/82 C 8 

S 2 3/29/82 C 1 

H 2 9/16/32 C 14 

H 2 7/15/82 A 13 

H 2 10/21/82 A 5 



S 2 7/08/82 C 1 

H 2 7/09/82 C 8 

H 2 7/10/82 3 1 

H 2 7/11/82 A 1 

S 2 7/12/82 A 6 



H 2 5/09/82 C 1 
S 2 3/3D/82 C 1 



N U57 




1 


1/05/82 


P. 


1 


N 


1 


7/07/82 


B 


1 


N 


7 


7/29/32 


A 


1 7 


N 


1 


10/07/82 


B 


1 


N 


2 


10/26/82 


A 


<v 


1 


1 


10/30/82 


r 


1 


N 


1 


ll/0*/82 


a 


I 


N 



H 2 7/10/82 A 9 P N 



H 2 


9/17/82 C 


18 


N 


H 2 


9/13/32 A 




P N 


S 2 


9/20/R2 A 




N 


H 2 


9/22/82 A 




N 


S 2 


1/04/82 C 




P N 006 


H 2 


1/17/82 A 




G V05 


H 2 


1/18/32 A 




G V05 


S 2 


2/06/82 A 




N 


S 2 


2/09/82 3 




N DOS 


S 2 


2/12/82 C 




N OOP 


S 2 


2/20/82 A 




P F DOS 


H 2 


2/22/82 B 




N 


H 2 


2/23/82 3 




N W24 


H 2 


2/25/92 A 


14 


N W24 


H 2 


3/09/82 8 




N W24 


S 2 


3/09/92 C 




P N 


H 2 


4/01/82 A 




N W24 


S 2 


4/01/82 A 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


4/15/92 




D F F57 


S 2 


4/16/82 A 




N EOS 


S 2 


4/19/92 A 




E 


H 2 


4/24/82 C 




N W24 


H 2 


4/29/92 a 




N W24 


S 2 


4/29/82 C 




P P C56 


H 2 


5/04/82 3 




N 


S 2 


5/10/92 A 




N EOS 


H 2 


5/11/92 B 




N '109 


S 2 


5/11/82 C 




N EOS 


H 2 


5/18/82 A 


10 


N 331 


S 2 


5/27/62 C 




N EOS 


S 2 


6/02/82 A 




N EOS 


H 2 


6/15/82 3 




P N M09 


S 2 


6/15/92 a 




N EOS 


S 2 


6/16/92 A 




N EOS 


H 2 


6/17/82 a 




N L41 


S 2 


6/22/82 A 




N EOS 


H 2 


6/29/'>2 A 


13 


N M09 


S 2 


6/29/82 B 




N 


S 2 


7/07/82 A 




N EOS 


S 2 


3/09/92 A 




N EDS 


H 2 


a/10/82 3 




N "Qq 


S 2 


3/10/92 a 




N EOS 


S 2 


8/11/92 C 




P N EOS 


H 2 


8/13/92 B 




N M09 


S 2 


3/13/"2 C 




N EOS 


S 2 


a/16/92 A 




N K90 


H 2 


3/10/82 A 




E 


S 2 


8/23/92 A 




P N EOS 


H 2 


3/24/92 A 




P N ''09 


S 2 


3/24/S2 A 




N EDS 


S 2 


9/3C/92 A 




N EOS 


S 2 


9/03/92 A 




N EOS 


H 2 


9/14/92 E 




N M09 


S 2 


9/14/32 B 




N EOS 


S 2 


9/15/92 A 




•1 EOS 


5 2 


9/29/02 A 




N EOS 


S 2 


10/22/92 C 




N =05 


S 2 


10/26/82 a 




N EOS 



MONTMLV/*'*, 



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12/31/B2 



PAGE U3 
1/17/33 



OFFICIALS HILL 5VALUATE CITY'S HtOOLc SCHOOLS 

3,5;:;°r^FJ?ci!Lr5!Y"cSQOL systems ■^erge- oecision should be local OME 

SCHOOL iE»G£JS CAN 5E CCSTLV 

2l::g^i8l i':LL°5=°is|i-.TluP=LiyT =LANS AT .EET 

CITY TElCHE^lS TO JET HIGHER SUPPLEMENTS 

;;i>;pg^;gi/?°kj"E5sriii»EE o« -^ales ta« hue for schools 

SCHOOL ■=NRCLL"ENT DECLINE DIS'UTEO 
HIGH ^CHO"L •iFRGE" 'LAN PUT 0*1 HQLD 
MIDDLE SCHOOLS GET GOOD START 

MA^HDNOS* 'ONALD (PENOER CO-1 
PRISONER =!L=S SUIT 

HAXHDNOS. YVONNE , ,^„ 
HAM'*ONDS REAPPOINTED 

HAHNER. H.^CLAY ^^^^.^^Qy^ ^^^^^ jnp STORIES 

IVilig':!i^A^"BO;s'!'NrEJ'E?T'^a''illGHTLEAF SOUARE COMPLEX 

LIOUIO EDUCATION 

3§!''rE:CeR'E[lcTE0 ASSE-BLY DIRECTOR 

■''"■'1?£a2IS'?n5!?^Surns hihself in 

"'■"■^PaOBOLUS CHANGES AS -"EMBERS -OVE ON 

-*'""'G50U*PrM^[S'SlkL"iVVi GRIEF 

'^'""^NiFili^Or^i^Ps'GOL^ CARTS 0F= GREENS. FAIRWAYS 

"""' SCIENCE. MATH PIONEERS READY = OR FIRST GRADUATION 

-""'•'So^ON SGT. ^^^^^ ^ "•Oeir?'""=^ 

TWO DURHAM OSOS INJURED IN JREC< ,,, , 

DURHAM OFFIcIa, SUSPECT INJURED IN FIGHT 
? INJURED DURING ARREST 
FIGHT. SHOTS HRAW C^OWO ON ROX BORO 
FIGHT LEADS TO ARBESTS 

SImIIS^'sSpp^Se'JIJr BREAKING INTO HOUSE 

^*""S5?clt?fJll?''5??LED IN .RECK 
RITES SET FOR MOTORCYCLIST 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGED IN MOTORCYCLIST'S DEATH 

HANCOCK. STEPHEN E. 

CPA FIRM TABS NEW POINCIPAL 

HANCOCK. mILLIAM G. "GERRY" 

^JCAE TO CONDUCT POLL SOON 

i,-YrAR TER.^^ TO oF DE'^ATED , ^ 

=PA'S PROSPECTS ARE 6LEAK. 9ur STILL ALIVE 

;ENOEaSCN PROJECT PROBE CONFIPHEO 

ROYALL. HANCOCK SEEK RE-ELECTION ,^..... 

RCYaCl. HANCOCK -ILL RUN AGAIN =3R SENATE 

SOXPOFO .40MAN CDNSIDERS STATE SENATE RACE 

^?A"Ti''?P?^3?NG'»5!g^lHEf EoArOF DURHAM LEGISLATORS 

N.C. LEGISLATORS "ATED ON EFFECTIVENESS 

L=GISLAT0RS' RATINGS LOW 

3UTLG"K GOOD FOR DURHAM FUNDING 

PAN^L REDUCING WORKLOAD 

ROYALL. HANCOCK JOIN FORCES 

SanCOcJ: STUDY ROAD PROJECTS C AREFULLY 

CHANGES PLANNED IN ROY ALL-MANC OCK FLIER 

VOTERS' ALLIANCE: 'CHOICE YOURS' IN DA RACE 

CANDIDATES RAP A-YEAR TERM 

TUCY'OE CAMPAIG:jING on THEIR ScCORDS 

WOMAN TOIES TH UPSET TEAM CAMPAIGN TACTIC 

BLACK GROUP ENDORSES CIVIC CENTER 

ls^;tt•s:;Yr2i^kr^cl^ESlN?;£^AST VOTE COUNTED 

r"yaCl: COM-ITTEE'S ENDORSEMENT HELPED 

LS- FIR" SUES EY-PARTNER 

HANCOCK DELIVERS „„ ,, 

ATTDRMEYS SUE FORMER LAW PARTNER 

HM«]T 3FVERSES INSURANCE STANCt 

STATE PROGRAMS UNDER REVIEW 

DIVERSION 3F •'QNEY DENIED 

^PAur'lNG? ilLlRIEs"TO^E TOP PRIORITY WHEN NEW GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
ISSpOsIl TO LIMIT LEGISLATIVE SE5S I ONS ENOORSEO 



LEGISLATORS SAY 



DATE 



S 

E 

C PG 



S 2 



10/29/82 C 

11./10/R2 B 

U/lT/82 A 

11/22/B2 A 

12/02/32 C 

12/13/B2 C 

12/l'/'!2 3 

12/1'-/B2 A 

12/16/32 A 

12/2A/82 3 

l2/2'5/32 B 

12/30/92 C 



EOS 

EOS 



P G 



N EOS 
N W24 
N 505 
N EOS 
N W24 
N W2A 
" EOS 



N 



H 2 8/06/32 A ID 

S 2 3/02/82 A lA N 



l/Dl/82 
2/11/92 
3/a<>/92 
A/20/82 
5/09/82 
6/06/92 



H 2 1/19/82 B 1 N 

S 2 7/22/82 D 2 P F 971 

H 2 6/27/92 El F 930 

H 2 2/12/82 C J F 

S 2 5/15/92 A 3 P N EOS 



1/19/92 
1/19/32 
4/24/92 
4/2A/92 
5/11/82 
5/11/32 
ll/OA/82 
11/18/82 



12 

2 



19 
21 



H 2 9/2A/92 S I 

S 2 9/2A/92 C 1 

H 2 9/25/82 3 6 

H 2 9/30/92 A 9 



•t U57 



SPECIAL EDUCATION LAWS TIGHTEN ING SUPPOP TED 
ASSEMBLY SESSIONS SHOULD 3E SHORTENED 

HA"OL=R.^MA ^^^^^ BACKS CENTER a0»O 

HAf^OLPR. PHILIP DR. 

HANDLER HAD FINE CAREER 

DR. HANDLER CONTRIBUTED MUCH ,^..-, 

HANHLES SERVICE SET -EDNESOAY IN OUKc CHAPEL 

MATH <:CHOOL SETS CONFERENCE 

fM2SFS?'ifIrSI:''A*THScH00L GIVEN TINY MODEL FOR SCULPTURE OF EINSTEIN 

HANDY, JAMES ROBERT (STONEVILLEl 

I KILLED. I HURT IN 'SHOOTOUT' 

HAINES. J. GORDON JR. (WINSTON-SALEMI 
GIFTS TO MUSEUM SPAN M»NY ACES 

HAHE5. R. PHILIP IWINSTON-SALE"! 

3 TAR HEELS TO BE HONORED 
RESEARCHER. WRITER win NORTH 



H 2 


12/19/92 





12 


H 2 


2/22/92 


A 


9 


H 2 


3/13/92 


3 


1 


S 2 


3/23/92 


A 


6 


H 2 


4/09/92 


B 


1 


H 2 


4/29/92 


3 


4 


S 2 


4/29/32 


A 


12 


H 2 


5/D4/92 


A 


12 


H 2 


S/D8/92 


3 


4 


S 2 


6/01/92 


A 


I 


H 2 


6/04/92 




1 


H 2 


6/08/92 


a 


14 


S 2 


6/09/92 


A 


1 


S 2 


6/ID/92 


C 


1 


H 2 


6/12/82 


A 


5 


S 2 


6/15/92 


B 


1 


H 2 


6/16/92 


A 


9 


H 2 


6/23/92 


9 


1 


S 2 


6/2S/''2 


C 


1 


H 2 


6/27/92 


A 


21 


H 2 


6/27/92 


D 


2 


H 2 


6/29/92 


A 


1 


H 2 


6/3C/»2 


o 


1 


S 2 


6/30/82 


A 


I 


H 2 


7/01/92 


A 


13 


H 2 


7/16/32 


3 


1 


H 2 


7/16/82 





12 


S 2 


7/16/82 


A 


3 


S 2 


9/02/82 


A 


1 


S 2 


9/19/02 


A 


3 


H 2 


10/0S/"2 


a 


1 


H 2 


11/03/92 


s 


I 


CONVENE S 2 


11/03/92 


A 


6 


H 2 


12/08/92 




10 


S 2 


12/03/92 


A 


1 


H 2 


12/13/82 


A 


4 


S 2 


5/19/92 


B 


1 


S 2 


1/D1/P2 


A 


4 


H 2 


1/03/92 


A 


4 


H 2 


1/04/82 


3 


7 


H 2 


9/12/92 


A 


19 


S 2 


10/2l/»2 


A 


I 


NSTEIN H 2 


10/22/»2 


3 


I 



G53 

G53 
J06 

GS3 
S93 
G53 
S53 
S83 
G53 

S33 
S33 

S3 3 
G53 



GS3 
G53 
L41 
S33 
L4l 
G53 



EOS 
S33 
'51 

X4S 
046 
EOS 



:arohna awards 



'"^ioRE women si'j TO REVERSE STERILUATION SURGERY 

nnJe. N C iE"OR «L PLAN 'TEST-TUBE 3A6Y'CLINICS 

?TEsf-TU6E b!??' CLINICS INCR5ASE. ARE SUCCESSFUL 

HANKS.^SHIPLEYp OLDER WOMEN'S LEAGUE FORMED 



P N 

H 2 1/29/92 A 11 N 
H 2 12/24/92 7 P N 



H 2 3/06/82 A 13 
H 2 11/05/92 A 1 



H 2 2/0S/B2 6 I 
H 2 10/16/''2 3 1 
S 2 10/16/92 A 1 



2 1/29/92 A 4 



H^ 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PAGE 129 
l/lT/33 



J0B-T91INING PROGRAM CAN JOPK 

OLOER W0M6N GET PROTECTION FR?M 'LEAGUE' 

MOST CIUKE LAJ G»ADS LANO JOBS 

HANNfl, STEWART F, (CAROLINA BEACH) 
MAGISTRATE FACES ORUG COUNTS 

FBI SAYS IN"ATE RAN PROSTITUTION, ORUG OPERATION 
MAGISTRATE IMOICTEO 
EX-"AGISTRaTc GIVEN 12-YEAR P'. I SON TERM 

MANSARD. ROGER 

SOIL OFFICE CHANGES MADE 

HANSEL. JOHN R. TR. (RTPl 

PPOSTHOOONTICS: TWO SPECIALISTS TRY PRIVATE VENTURE 

HANSEN. HAP 

THE WEATHERMEN 

HANSEN. JOHN P. OR. 

DURHAM PHYSICIANS STRESS VALUE OF CONTINUOUS CARE 

HARAOA, JOYCE 

NCCU FRESHMAN. 



AUTHOR. IS LIVING MAGICAL ADVENTURE 



HARDEE. JNNIE PARKER I H I LL SBOROUGHl 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

HARDEE. CYNTHIA KAY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

DAUGHTER CRITICIZES DISMISSAL OF DE°UTY 

HARDEE. JACOB "JAKE" MAJ. 

HARDEE TO RUN FOR SHERIFF 

OPANGE DEPUTIES LOSE THEIR J03S 

SHERIFF CANDIDATES SPLIT ON BUDGET 

CANDIDATES TACKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 

26 ORANGE DEPUTIES ENDORSE HARDEE 

ORANGE SHERIFF CANDIDATE QUESTIONS LIST OF HIS OPPONENT'S SUPPORTERS 

MCCULLOCK REFUTES OFFICE ENDORSEMENT 

OPANGE DEPUTIES ENDORSE HARDEE IN SHERI'=F'S RACE 

ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S CANDIDATES TRADE BARBS 

CONTEST ATTRACTS FIVE LAWMEN. BUILDING CONTRACTOR 

PFNDERGPASS. "CCULLOCK HEAD FOR SECOND PRIMARY 

QBanGF county sheriff dismisses 2 DEPUTIES 

opange sherif": gives pink sl p to five on staff 

penoergrass dismisses 5 

daughter criticizes dismissal of deputy 

harden. boyd dr. (chapel mill! 
obituary 

hardfr. jon s. ichapel hill) 

developer calls conditions 



'UNREASONABLE' 



HARDIN. CAROLYN 

'HERALD' STORY HELPS BRING SHANE HOME 

HA'DIN. DAVID BRYAN (KINGS MOUNTAIN) 
AUTO WRECKS FAT5L TO THREE 

HARDING. WALLACE H. (GARY) 

ORANGE HIRES FINANCE CHIEF 

HAPDISCN. HAROLD (SENATOR) 

T^XIC WASTE PLANS STIR CONTROVERSY 
SFN1T1RS OPTIMISTIC AFTER TAL< S 
;RA OPPONENTS TRY TO EXPLOIT IGNORANCE 
PUFFING IN The senate 

HARDISON. ROBERT (CHAPEL HILLI 

FAME Fir^DS CHAPEL HILL GARDENER 

HARDY. MARTHA NELL 

UNC FREES THOIJSANDS — PLUS A FEW MORE 
GRADUATION SPEAKERS 

HARDY. WAY'IE 

5 NOMINATED TO CHAMBER BOARD 

5 NOMINATED FOR 30ARD POSITIONS 

t.oX SALES 'lOOST CHEERS DURHAM MERCHANTS 

HAR£. JANE 

COUNCIL GRANT TO HELP KEE" AGED AT HOME 

HARE. PEARL MURRAY 
OBITUARY 

HAPE. WILLIAM H. (STOKESDALE) 

M«N. WOMAN CITED IN THEFT 0= CLOTHING 
TWO FACE HEARING ON THEFTS 

HAPGFTTE. JOHN 

HARGETTE IS RENOVATOR 

HARGIS. GEORGE EDwARD (HENDERSON) 
SKELETON OF MAN IS FOUND 

HARGITT. THEL.MA HOLMES 
OBITUARY 

HARGROVE. EUGENE 

COURT RULING REVIVES STERILIZATION SUIT 

HARGROVE. HENRY 3RFNS0N AND NELDA .ANCASTER I F AYETTEVI LL E 
FAYETTEVILLE COUPLE KILLED IN COLLISION 

HARGROVE. JOHN WILLIAM (HENDERSON) 

13-YEAR-OLD BOY KILLED IN TRAITOR. VAN CRASH 

HARGROVE. WILLIAM HOWARD L EVONN^^ (V5NCE CO. I 

EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGES FILED FOR SALE OF CATTLE IN VANCE 

HARGROVE. WILLIE LEE (HENDERSON) 

IT-YEAR-CJLO OIES OF STAB WOUNDS 

HARG'OVES, OLA 
OBITUARY 

HAPKFY. ERSKINE JR. 

CHINA CAUTnuS AI3auT U.S. 



TRADE. BANK OFFICIAL SAYS 



HARKRADER. RICHARD 

SMALL DEVELOPMENTS IN DURHAM ^ELP REVITALIZE NEIGHBORHOODS 

HARLOW. OAVE 



N E 
P D 



S 

c 

C PG 



H 2 6/l0/a2 A 5 
H 2 6/ll/l?2 B 2 
H 2 7/DS/82 3 6 



I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

L 

P F B30 
N W2'. 



H 2 3/l''/B2 A 9 

! 2 3/25/82 C 10 

S 2 A/14/B2 C 8 

H ? i)/2<./82 A 3 



S 2 I0/2T/82 E I 

H 2 9/12/R2 A 21 

H 2 2/21/92 F 1 

H 2 2/l'./82 C <. 

S 2 3/25/J2 a 1 



H 2 6/01/82 B 6 
H 2 6/02/82 8 9 



S 2 12/06/82 A 



H 2 1/16/92 A 12 

H 2 12/01/82 A 2 

H 2 5/06/82 A 9 

H 2 6/l<./92 B 3 

H 2 6/22/82 A 14 

H 2 6/23/B2 A lA 

S 2 6/23/92 A 5 

S 2 6/23/82 A 3 

S 2 6/26/82 A 13 

H 2 6/2T/82 A 

H 2 6/30/32 B 1 

S 2 12/01/32 A 1 

H 2 12/02/82 A 6 

5 2 12/02/92 A 11 

S 2 12/06/92 A 4 



H 2 6/29/92 B 3 

H 2 1/09/82 B 1 

H 2 4/04/92 A 1 

H 2 3/28/92 A 7 

H 2 2/19/92 B 1 



N M23 

P F 
P F 

P F W24 
N S83 



N 


W16 


N 


W1A 


N 




N 


M? 1 


N 




N 




N 


W3fi 


N 


W36 


N 


W36 


N 




N 




N 




L 









N 


W36 


N 





H 2 3/14/32 A 1 

S 2 4/10/82 A 15 

M 2 5/23/92 A 4 

H 1 6/10/82 e 1 



N G53 

N 
L 

p P 



H 2 9/11/82 a 1 P F W36 



H 2 5/17/32 A 1 
S 2 5/17/32 C 1 



M 2 1/15/92 B 1 
S 2 1/16/92 A 12 
S 2 7/31/92 A 1 



H 2 9/25/92 A 3 
H 2 9/15/92 A 11 



H 2 2/14/82 A 10 
S 2 2/17/32 A 11 



P N W36 
P T37 



N 
N 
N S83 

N 330 



N 



s 


2 


9/17/32 


C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


2/25/92 


B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/22/82 


C 


7 





H 


2 


4/29/92 


A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


12/07/92 


c 


I 


N 


H 


I 


3/20/92 


3 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/22/82 


C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/27/B2 


c 


5 


N 


H 


2 


10/15/92 


c 


5 





H 


2 


7/11/92 


A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


4/12/92 


A 


1 


N 






H N T M U Y / A ",■)"»,'■ 



liSIN NAMES C3UMTY CAf-PAIGN C-<IEF 
HARIN MAMES AIDES 

HAfiMPNt CHARLES OR- , „_„ B^TTCnw 

ourha:" firm oevelops super |AJT|RY 
durham o.attery coulo lower sills 

"'"""nUCLEaS^-ar feature POINTLESS. OEPRESSING 

HARMON. "EN (ALAMA'IC; CO.l 

2 LEE COMMISSIOMEOS -ON' 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PAGE 130 
1/17/83 



t see' re-election 

""""spul^city^and'.Jckissick -are -.ot failures- 
3aptists balance social. spiritual 

'"'""-SlkplR GOES TO COLUMBIA WITH <ICKING JOB IN -TOE' 

H4RPFR. TAMMY (JACKSONVILLE) 
WOMAN IS SLAIN IN ONSLOW 
AUTOPSY 
MARINE SENTENCED IN SLAYING 

HARPFR, TOMMY IRALEIGHI 

MAN ACOUITTED OF QUARTER THEFT 

H4BPSTER. GEORGE F. JR. 

i.rT^ul°^^V^'°l^W'T.'0. FOR 3.*aO FRESHMEN 

■"""^RFlGArFIELOS QUERIES "3" IS"! ^^^FaF ri'cARE 
DOCTORS' COLUMN IN SUN TO PROMOTE HEALTH CARE 

haRRFLL. CINDY 

THE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC 
JETTING INTO THE SWING 

HAPRELL. FANNIE JOHNSON 

1962: MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

'"""^buRHAM^BESTAURANTS STRESSING HEALTH 

HAORELSON. KATHY 

COUNCIL MULLS L0B5YIN& =OW£R 

HARRINGTON. J. J. "MONK- ISENATORI 
STATE REP. IS INDICTED 
Ui^ISLATOR^SMD^CHAROEO^W.TH^.RSON ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ 

-OMAN'S TIP LEO TO TAYLOR'S ARREST 
^'JtifA'Tb^'^lYf hE^IaS^fr^SSed in BURNING CASE 
LEGISLATOR EASES STANCE ON ERA 
LEGISLATOR PLEAOS NOT GUILTY 
TAYLOR TRIAL SET AUG. 23 

TAYLOR PLEAOS GUILTY TO SURNI'.'G „,.„,,-, 
N.C. LEGISLATOR AOMIT'^ BURNIN?. WAREHOUSES 
-OmIn'S CURIOSITY LED TO SOLUT ION IN ARSON CASE 
JATTS ENTi^RS olEA of GUILTY TO BURNINGS 
FoJ-ER GREEN WORKER CALLED HIS 'TORCH MAN' 
-OMAN RECEIVES A, ART 



HEAD INJURY 



'VISUAL LANGUAGE' 



"JUOGE" (CHAPEL HILt 1 



HARRINGTON. JAMES^ ^^.^^^^ ^^^ ^^^_ 

HAPRI:4GT0N. =ICHARC ICHACEL "ILL! 
CYCLIST KILLED NEAR CARP30R0 
MOTORCYCLIST DIES IN -RECK 
3EITUARY 

■HARRINGTON. ZEBULON VANCE SR. 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. ALEX 

TEACHING PHOTOGRAPHY AS A 
NF- F1CUS ON LEARNING 
PRACTICES -HAT HE TEACHES 

HARRIS. ALFRED 
OVIITUARY 

-.ARRIS. ALICE MAE IFAYETTEVILLEI ^,^,-,„,, 
FOI UNVEILS 'BIG •>• LIST OF FJGITIVES 

HARRIS. ALTON EUGENE JR. (CHAPEL HILL) 
TEE'i CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
TEEN =ACcS 3 CHARGES 

HARRIS. ARTHUR M. 

A. ". hAR'IS. "57. DIES 

A. -. HARRIS. IT, EX-COUNCILMAN 

HARRIS. BESSIE LASHLEY 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. BESSIE SUE . , „„,,. 

OUTDOOR RECIPE -INS A "UE „^,,„,^ 
.cjRM-CITY' .OMAN PU6LISHFS RECIPES 

■""■"rovSRING THE WAY THF BALL 60U')CES 

YANKS. A'S AN(? INIMANS JUSTIFIABLY SECOND RATE 

HARRIS. =0B AND KAY (FOREST CITY) 
DEAR SIRS. 'LEASE MAIL TO ME 

HARRIS. BUNNIE 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. ""APOLYN 

RANGE OF FEELING IN PAINTER SHOWS 

"'"""foLKs'aROUNO here: IN THE ANI-AL WORLD 

HARRIS. CLEVE 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. CLEVELANO SYLVESTER 
hIrPIS trial POSTPONED 

HARRIS. DELAH -AYNETTE IRALEIGH] 



BLUE AND »HITE MERCEDES 



N E 

P DATE 


S 

E 
C 


PG 


H 2 9/0A/B2 
S 1 9/16/82 


A 
C 


3 

I 


H 2 1D/03/B2 
S 2 10/0<./B2 


A 
A 


1 
3 



H 2 2/2'?/?2 



H 1 1/0 5/92 b I 



3/1D/B2 

»>/0''/92 

12/01/82 



H 2 9/17/32 C 1 P F C52 



H 2 2/09/82 A 13 
S 2 2/10/82 C 7 
H 2 6/03/82 A 15 



H 2 10/21/82 C 9 N 

S 2 7/19/92 A 7 N 

S 2 a/06/82 C I N 

S 2 */17/82 A 1 P N H09 

S 2 5/19/R2 A 1 N 

H 2 5/23/92 C 1 o R R91 

H 2 5/24/82 B 1 P P M66 

H 2 5/02/92 E 1 ° F H45 

S 2 8/16/82 C 1 N C<.2 

S 2 2/01/82 D 1 P N JOS 



? 


5/IA/92 


C 


5 


7 


5/14/82 


A 


2 


7 


5/15/82 


A 




7 


5/17/32 


C 




■> 


5/19/82 


A 




7 


5/20/32 


L 


12 


7 


5/25/82 


A 




7 


7/24/92 


A 




7 


7/29/32 


A 


L4 


7 


3/30/82 


A 




7 


d/31/82 


A 




7 


9/08/82 


c 


t J 


' 


10/26/32 


A 


10 


7 


10/27/82 


B 




2 


11/24/82 


B 





S 2 5/29/82 A 9 



H 2 4/30/82 a 1 N 
S 2 4/30/82 C 7 N 
H 2 5/02/82 C 4 



H 2 12/11/82 BSD 

H 2 3/29/82 A 6 ^ ,,, 

s 2 u/u/82 1 p ^ 3:;j 

S 2 U/11/92 D 2 P F 571 

H 2 11/29/92 6 3 

H 2 9/29/82 S 14 N 

H 2 5/13/92 CBN 
S 2 5/13/92 A 3 N 

S 2 10/29/82 C IPO 
H 2 10/29/32 C 9 ? 

H 2 3/20/82 A 9 

S 2 6/02/92 3 1 ' F jg6 
H 2 9/26/82 C 1 = F B33 

S 2 1/29/92 1 p F U5 
H 2 7/25/82 B 2 U 07 1 

H 2 12/12/82 D 9 N 

H 2 4/30/82 C 10 

H 2 5/14/92 3 = R ".68 

H 2 1/09/92 3 I U 

H 2 3/22/82 9 7 

S 2 4/01/92 C 9 N 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U • L 
1/01/S2 



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OAUGHTEP CHANGED IN SHOOTING 

HARRIS. ^ORIS C. 

WOMAN HELD AT KMIFEPOINT 
HEARING SET IN REST HOME CASE 

HARRIS. EO 

A TEST: WHAT IF THE JOROAN 0A'< 3URST? 

HABRIS. EDNA L. 

ATHLETES' PEDESTALS SOMETIMES CRACK 

HARRIS. ERIC ANTHONY (CREEOMOQRl 

fOUR ACCUSED OF MAIL CAR THEFT 

HARRIS. EUGENE 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. EULA W. 

CPNTRACEPTION BILL SAID COSTLY 
PHOTOS SOUGHT FOR Y HISTORY 
YWCA SAYS DON'T TELL PARENTS 

HARRIS. EWING 'SKEETER" 

DURHAM WOMAN CREATES ALMQST-UI V ING DOLLS 

HARRIS. FLORIENE (GREENVILLE) 
WOMAN DIES IN WRECK 

HARRIS. FRED THOMAS 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. GARY DESMOND (ALAMANCE CO. I 
GRAHAM MAN HIT BY TRAIN 

HARRIS. GEC^RGIA MAE 

2 SENTENCED FOR ASSAULT. KIDNAPPING 
JUDGE SENTENCES TWO TO LIFE PLUS 12 YEARS 

HARRIS. HAZEL 

TPUANCY DRAWS CONVICTION 

HARRIS. HERMAN 

MAN ON PROCTOR KILLED IN OUARREL 

POLICE MIKE ARREST IN DEATH 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED IN SLAYING ON PROCTOR ST. 

HARRIS. HERMAN JR. 
0?ITUARY 

HARRIS. JACK (VANCE CO. 1 

INMATE SAID SHOT IN ESCAPE ATTEMPT 

HARRIS. JEANFTTE WOOD 

MARIN PLANS CONFERENCE TOMCRRIW 

HARRIS. JOE LOUIS (RALEIGH) 

INMATE SEEKS REVIEW OF MURDER CONVICTIONS 

HARRIS. JOHN LESTER (BULLOCK. «L.) 

THREE FACE TRIAL TODAY ON CHANGES OF SLAVERY 

TESTIMONY BEGINS ON SLAVE'Y CHARGES 

SIC" MAN SAID FORCED TO WORK 'Y CREW CHIEF 

DEFENSE LAWYERS SAY WORKERS STAGED ON FARM BECAUSE THEY WANTED 

JURY TELIBcPATES IN SLAVERY T'lAL 

TWO MEN CONVICTED OF SLAVERY ST CAMP 

SPECIALIST: CONVICTIONS WILL 5FFECT TREATMENT OF MIGRANTS 

SLAVERY SENTENCES QUE TODAY 

TWO RECEIVE LONG TERMS ON SLAVERY 

PAPER TO FILE CHARGES FOR ALLEGED ASSAULTS 

MAN ENTERS INNOCENT PLEA 

HARRIS. JOYCE M4R[E 

LABOR SAID TO BE INDUCED BY KICK , . 

HARRIS. LENA EMORY 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. LEWIS JOSEPH 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. LILLIAN SWAIN 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. LOUIS (POLLSTER) 

PnLL: 41% OF 'i.e. RESIDENTS BACK ERA 
POLL SAYS ERA FAVORED IN N.C. 
PERUSING THE OTHER PAPERS 

HARRIS. ''ARCIA 3. 

<. NAMED TO STUDENT GROUP 

HARRIS, MARGARET 
OPITUARY 

HARRIS. "ELVIN BENJAMIN (GREENSBORO) 
ICY STREETS CAUSE ACCIDENTS 

HARRIS. MICHAEL R. 

PAIR CHARGED AFTER THWARTED R3SEERY 
RECEIVES AWARD 

HARRIS. MILDRED 

BFTH KANTNER: FRIENDS GATHER TO WISH HER WELL 

HARRIS. OLLIE OKKERSON 

NEWCOMER MEETS OLD HAND 

HARRIS. PATTIE LOU PEELE 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. RAYMOND L. 

BASEBALL TESM'S DRIVER IS ROB'EO AT KNIFEPOINT 
2 MEN ftCe DURHAM MQTEL CLERK 

HARRIS. ROBERT ANDFRSON 

PAIR CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO CAR 

HARRIS. ROBERT T. 08. 
AN ALL-TIME LOW 

HARRIS. RONALD 

WARRANT OUT FOR ESCAPEE 

HARRIS. °UTH 

LECTURES OFFER MEDICAL ADVICE 



N E 
P D 



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



H 2 9/01/32 A 12 



n 


10/26/82 
10/24/92 


B 
3 


I 
1 


N 

N 




H 2 


3/27/82 


C 


I 


N 


H60 


H 2 


6/2D/B2 


3 


2 


L 




H 2 


<./02/R2 


A 


q 


N 




H 2 


11/27/82 


B 


e 


n 




S 2 

S 2 
H 2 


'./10/B2 
'./13/82 
<./17/a2 


A 
A 
A 


4 
A 
A 


L 
L 
L 




H 2 


5/09/82 


E 


1 


> F 


S56 


H 2 


5/07/82 


C 


22 P P 




H 2 


5/14/82 


C 


9 







H 1 


9/10/62 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 
S 2 


2/03/92 
2/03/82 


B 
C 


5 
3 


N 
N 





S 2 3/08/82 C 1 



U/17/82 C 7 n 
11/17/82 C 1 N 
11/18/82 C 16 N 



U/19/32 A 14 

6/09/82 3 I N 

S/05/»2 a 1 N 

3/26/82 B 2 N 



H 

s 

H 


2 
2 
2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 

s 

H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


s 

H 
H 


2 
2 

2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


H 

s 


2 

2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


y 


7 


S 


2 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



N 



1/13/82 A 9 

1/19/92 A ID 

1/20/82 CAN 

1/21/S2 A 14 N 

1/22/92 A 15 N 

1/23/82 A 1 P N 

1/25/82 All N 

2/02/92 A 6 N 

2/03/82 A 1 P N 

2/03/92 C 16 N 

2/18/82 A 6 N 



10/14/82 A 20 

5/16/82 C 4 

5/03/92 C 3 

9/13/92 a 7 



5/19/82 A 1 
5/20/82 A I 
9/06/92 3 1 



N 
N 
U S36 



7/19/82 A 7 N 
1/27/82 B 9 
1/15/82 A ION DU8 



1/31/92 CI N M51 
2/18/62 A 11 o P R91 



6/03/92 A 6 P N 



6/16/92 A 9 
1/23/82 3 6 



6/15/82 B 5 
6/15/62 i 1 



4/15/92 a 2 

9/16/82 A 4 

2/02/82 A 11 

4/23/62 C 1 



1' 



3" 

3 



« N T H U r / A N^.^U^i^L _ I^N^OJ^X 



BAGE 132 
1/17/83 



S I T 

P 04T6 C ?G U P 8VL 



i^jFRAMiN^-Ha 'LOVES HIS JOB- IS WOUNDED 
IlVAOOPAN victim: HILLSBnROUGH CAMERAMAN RECUPER 



ATES IN MIAMI 



MARRISi SHIRLEY YVONNE . _ 
SHOTS WOUND i IN DURHAM 

UAPO T "i- "^TFVE 

BUDGET -NEGLECTS POOR. CHILDREN- 
STATE EMPLOYEES POORLY PAID 

''*'"'"HlRlls''!rFUST GRADUATE Of PP09ATI0N CHALLENGE 

'"°'"aURHA2''i|N'-SAVEn PROM DAM'S DEADLY GRIP 
DURHAM "AN OESCUED pROM RIVER 

HARRIS. TRUDIEP 

U^IC P'raps GET AWARDS 

HARRIS. VIOLET A-EY 
OPITUARY 

HA»R,S.^W1LLIA«^-ELVIN JR.^^^^^^^,,^ JR. 

HARRISON. ADA WHITT (HILLS90R0UGHI 
OBITUARY 

""•"55^;i'sSS''M!K^B''TE'''E'pl:AiE odom .t east Carolina 

ECU'S COACH PUTS EMPHASIS ON TEAM PLAY 

AND WITH THAT. CHARLIE HARRISON SETS OFF AT ECU 

-APRISON. PF»o (SCOTLAND NECK 1 

^FFICliLS^OF^c'°?IEs'wARNED OF DECREASED FEDERAL AID 

■.ABRISCN. JULIAN 
S 

"'°"^r^aa^'?MR CHARGED IN THEFT 
TWO wA<E ATHLETES CHARGED 

H»RR,S|.^CAROLYN ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 

HART. GARY RPGERS 
OBITUARY 

■lAPT. ^DOUGLAS ^^^^.j 3„i^£, IS R0B9E0 AT KNIFEPOINT 

HART. GAPY ISENATOSI , , ,^ 

EDUCATION SAID KEY TO DEFENSE 
SPN. HAOT ASKED TO =ii SPEAKER 
LIBERALS 'WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY' 
S=N«TCR TO ATTEND BENEFIT FOR HUNT 

-•APT. ORLANDO I Pn IL AOELPH I A I , , ^„ . ,„ 
FOUR -EN CHARGED WITH INSURANCE FRAUD 



JART. TOMMY I F1YETTEVILL5I ,, ,, 

TWO KILLED. SIX IMJURED IN SHOOTINGS 

HARTGROVF, RITA VANN (HAMLET) 
FOJP FACE DRUG CHARGES 

'''°"???l!ic"5sp"T!S?ilD5S?"iLA;iNl6*5s UNIQUE 'SHOW FOLKS' GUIDE 
OIN'IER THEATER CLOSING 

HARTMAN. STLL ILEE CO.) 

ANI"iL CONTROL ORDINANCE DELAYED 
LEE dPAPO LOOKS AT 'iUOGET PROPOSAL 

HAOT»AN. E°NESTINE SMITH (ALEXANDRIA. VA.] 
O'^ITUARY 

MAPT^AN, JAN 

'°fM-rENTURY DRAMA SUBORDINATES OPERA'S MUSIC 
■13ELARC AND hELOISE' AT DUKE 



MS. HARTMAN -lAMED TO NATIONAL BOARD 

TECHNOLOGY SNO PEOPLE GUARD NEW ART "USEUM 

H4RT"AN. TIMOTHY „,,,,., 

■ICNB SELECTS FINANCIAL OFFICE' 

"'°''?^LIC^SAY'^AN RELEASED AFTER SLAYING 

HAPT'OF, ROBERTA 

I2-YEiR-aL0 GIRL IS KILLED 

HAPVA.1D. JOSEPH REV. 

N--PAPON FQCs SET PEACE MEETING 
CONVOCATION ON PEACE 

JAR VFY * ^ ILL 

soon. BAD AND UGLY: REACTIONS SUI 



GAMUT ON SCHOLARSHIP CUTS 



'"'l^lv'i^^jF^C^'S!s's2'^'r^S;:l?G^ workers reassigned before PRObE. . . 
POSTAL CENTFR J^RKER OE-OTEO FOR REPORTS 

''*"''^ilKING''lMFNOS: WH.T DO YOU 00 A-IOUT THOSE LITTLE THINGS YOU SHOULD. 

HAPVEY. PAUL , ,„., 
RECIPE FOR HIGH COSTS 

HAPVIEL. £PNEST (BURLINGTON I 

LAWYER FILES FOR ALAMANCE DA 

HJBWARO. J"SIE G. 



s 2 B/as/az A I 



S 2 3/11/82 A 4 
H Z 10/15/92 A A 



S 2 T/OT/82 B 1 P N C<.2 

H 2 7/07/92 B 1 N 

S 2 7/07/82 C 13 N 

S 2 7/10/B2 A 13 N 

H 2 7/25/82 C 2 

H 2 ?/24/82 C 12 

H 2 1/19/B2 9 4 



H 2 7/25/82 E I P N 

S 2 7/26/92 11 N „,, 

H 2 12/19/82 B 2 P F "71 



H 2 i/11/92 3 1 
H 2 (>/22/82 A 12 



H 2 3/20/82 B 1 
H 2 3/24/92 A <J 



H 2 5/24/92 6 4 N 

S 2 5/24/92 5 N 

S 2 10/29/82 1 P F 571 

H 2 4/20/82 3 6 

H 2 6/15/82 B 5 N 



S 2 3/27/92 A 13 N 

H 2 5/20/82 A 9 N 

H 2 11/22/82 A 4 E 

H 2 12/11/92 A 15 P N 



H 2 10/29/82 A 13 

H 2 11/09/92 A 8 

H 2 1/2B/92 A 15 

H 2 6/04/92 C 5 



H 2 4/13/92 7 N W6g 
H 2 6/20/92 3 p U H45 
S 2 3/23/92 CI N S83 



H 1 1/05/82 8 1 N 

H I 6/08/82 2 1 N ■•27 



H 2 12/16/82 A 27 



S 2 2/11/82 2 P F «15 
H 2 2/26/82 9 R J66 
S 2 3/ll/"2 14 P R A15 



5 2 11/06/82 A 14 
H 2 11/03/82 3 1 



H 2 12/24/62 12 P U G68 

H 2 5/27/82 A 12 N 

S 2 7/06/92 b 7 N 

H 2 7/05/92 A 12 N 



S 2 ll/03/»2 A 4 
H 7 ll/06/"2 A 4 



2 7/25/32 ? 5 P N C52 



H 2 4/30/92 A 1 
u 2 5/05/92 3 1 
H 2 9/25/92 3 I 



H 2 9/13/92 3 1 
H 2 1/21/92 A 4 
H 1 1/06/82 r 1 



N 931 
N 381 
N 931 



^■HHH 



HQNTHUY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



har.ard. stephen c. 

toejsurer: g«;up 'jill continu" support 
3reak with traoitiom pays oef 

haskins. albert (raleighi 

architect cites lack of space in courthouse 



HiSKINS, 

FIR" 



iRYANT 
1ELAY5 OECISIC>l ON WASTE LA.NOFILL SITE 



HASKINS. REGINALO WAYNE 

VICE OFFICERS ARREST "AN 

HAWKINS. VON OELLE 

SILENCE DEAFENING 

HASSALLt HARRY S. REV. ( XURF" EE SBO' 0. 
UNTIMELY SCUABBLE? 

HASSAN II, KING 

TIES WITH .MOROCCO 

HASSAN, KASHEEF 

FOREIGN ATHLETE EARNS DEGREE, 



NCAA TITLE IN U.S. 



HASSELL, ROBERT (RALEIGH] 

SEXUAL HARASSMENT ALLEGED AGAINST LEE COUNTY SHERIFF 

HASSINGER, STANLEY H. Ill (RALEIGHl 
THREE N.C. 1EN ELECTROCUTED 

HASTINGS, WILLIAM G. 

CLUB OFFERS COURSE IN REVOLVE' SAFETY 

HASTY, GERALD (CHAPLOTTEl 

3A0 CONDUCT COSTS PRE" COACH -IIS JOB 

DUKE OFFENSE NUMBER ONE IN CONFERENCE 

P°EP RULE FUELS DEBATE OVER COACHES' BEHAVIOR 

HASKELL. ABBIE "JOY" 

PATIENCE ANO PRAYER GOT COUPLE TOGETHER 

HATCH, QRRIN G. CSENATORI 

FRIDAY: PROPOSEO CUTS WOULD HJRT SLACK SCHOOLS 

HATCH, ROBERT SEALS 

3 FRO" DURHAM WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 
DURHAM STUDENTS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 

HATCHEP, HALLIE (ROX'OROI 

SHE'S 100, STILL KICKING, 



THOUGH 'NOT SO HIGH' 



HATCHER, RICK 

SCREWBALL LIFTS BULLS 

FISHER'S 'CADDY' HURLS BULLS' WIN 

HATCHER HURLS PERFECT GAME 

HJTCHER LIVES EVERY PITCHER'S DREAM 

BULLS' HATCHER PERFECT 

HATCHER APPLIES PERFECT FINIS-i TO HIS STARTING CAREER 

HATCHER, RONNIE (ROCKINGHAMl 

TWO ESCAPEES KIDNAP WOMAN 
HARNETT ESCAPEES ARE RECAPTURED 
2 ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

HATHAWAY, LOUISE HINSON 
OBITUARY 

HATHCOCK, ARCH (RALEIGHl 

RALEIGH MAN IS APPOINTED TO RE A POST 

"ATL^Y, OWAYNE (iPEXI 

WOMAN STABBED TO DEATH IN CHATHAM 

"ATLEY. EDDIE 

WOMAN CHARGED IN STABBING 

HATTAWAY, ALLAN RAY (SALISBURY) 

CAMERAS WILL BE USED TO SEARCH MINE FOR BODY 

MINE SEARCHED FOR BODY 

POLICE HOPING MINE SEARCH CAN CONTINUE 

SUSPECT REPORTED PUSHED INTO 'INE 

VOLUNTEER OFFFRS TO SEARCH ABANDONED MINE FOR BODY 

VLUNTtER CHOSE"! TO SEARCH M [N E 

TWO oOOIES FOUND IN ABANDONED MINF 

ABANDONED MINF SHAFT MAY CONCEAL 20 VICTIMS 

BOND DENIED IN SLAYING CASE 

SIX ARE INDICTED IN ABDUCTION CASE 

TRIAL SCHEDULED TO OPEN TODAY IN "INE CASE 

TRIAL OPENS IN MINE SLAYING 

INFORMANT SAYS HE WAS FORCED TO PUSH INTO MINE 

INFORMER SAYS BIKE GANG PUT PRICE ON HIS HEAD 

2 BUNCOXBE DEPUTIES wOUNDED I>l GUN BATTLE 

SEARCH FOR INDICTED MEN EVOKES SHOOTOUT AT HOME 

THIRD SUSPECT IN MINE DEATH SURRENDERS TO FBI IN TENN. 

DRUGS, KIDNAPPING, DEATH BROUGHT OUT IN ASHE CASE 

2 N.C. "EN =ACE KIDNAPPING CHARGES 

2 INDICTED FOR MURDER 

5 MEMBERS QF OUTLAWS CONVICTED 

HATTFN, PGY 

HUMORIST WILL SPEAK AT "ERCHASTS DINNER 
HUMORIST TO ENTERTAIN AT MERC^ANTS' DINNER 
CnuNCIL CONTRASTS PAINTED BY 'ARKHAM 

HAUGHTON. '■■ErFFREY (CHAPEL HILLI 

SCIENTISTS DEFEND USE OF ANIMALS FOR "ESEARCH 

HAUSFR, FAY 

STARS COME OUT FOR PLAYMAKEPS 

HAUSER, THOMAS R. DR. 

SOME TRIANGLE EPA WORKERS LOa<ING FOR JOBS 
CHE"IST: CANAL STUDY WAS TASK FOR A REFEREE 

HAUSS, WAY'IE (LINCOLNTONI 

HIS BUILDING "ATERIALS ARE UNJ SUAL 

HAVELY, ROBERT S. 

AMENDMENT REJECTION WILL NOT IFFECT DUKE PROJECTS 

HAVERLANO, LARRY 

DRUG TRIALS MONITORED BY ORGAN RATION 
YOUTH FEST IS FREE AFTERNOON OF FUN 



N E 
P D 



DATE 
2 12/l5/?2 C 



S I 
E L 
C ?G L 



3/12/'(2 i 1 N W24 
9/0l/?2 J 1 N W2A 



H 1 i/2">/32 B 1 N L30 

H 1 1/12/R2 n I N L30 

H 2 3/0B/82 A ») N 

H 2 6/2A/P2 A A L 

H 2 2/27/92 A 8 N A20 

H 2 5/26/82 A A E 

H 2 6/24/P2 I P F C52 

H 2 1/01/B2 S I N M27 

H 2 6/06/82 C 1 N 

H 2 5/20/92 A A L 



S 2 11/10/82 B 5 
H 2 U/11/82 2 
H 2 11/17/92 C 3 



N 



N C36 

H 2 6/20/82 E J P F S56 
H 2 3/29/82 a 1 N 



H 2 
S 2 



'./O'/gj A 
4/IA/82 C 



P N 
N 



H 2 3/05/82 B 2 P F J30 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



<./23/»2 
7/16/82 C 
3/14/82 A 
a/lA/92 a 
B/lA/82 A 

a/15/82 a 



<,/24/?2 
4/26/92 
4/26/92 



H 2 7/12/92 B 



H 2 12/02/92 A 



F R66 

N M71 

N M71 

F M71 

F 

F -"71 



N 



H 1 11/11/82 e 1 N 
H 2 5/16/92 C 5 N 



H 


? 


1/09/82 


A 


14 


N 


H 


? 


1/13/R2 


A 


9 


N 


H 


? 


1/15/92 


A 


10 


N 


H 


? 


1/19/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 


7 


1/20/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 


/ 


1/22/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 


r. 


1/26/82 


A 


1 P 


N 


H 


> 


1/27/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 


> 


2/09/82 


A 


13 


N 


H 


/ 


5/29/92 


r 


12 


N 


H 


/ 


6/01/82 


R 


12 


N 


H 


f 


6/02/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 


7 


6/03/82 


f. 


9 


N 


H 


/ 


6/04/92 


(. 


5 


N 


s 


? 


0/D9/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 




6/10/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 


? 


6/ 2/92 


A 


10 


N 


H 


7 


6/ 4/82 


A 


8 


N 


S 


r 


6/24/32 


A 


2 


N 


S 


/ 


9/ S/82 


r 


12 


N 


H 


2 


U/07/82 


A 


11 


N 



S 2 1/07/82 C 1 N 
H 2 1/09/32 A 13 N 
H 2 1/29/82 e 1 P N F78 



H 2 5/03/82 S 1 N 

S 2 9/16/32 D 1 P F A15 



H 2 1/06/82 a 5 N W24 
H ' 7/26/92 A 9 N 



S 2 9/D4/32 A 14 P F 

S 2 7/16/92 A 1 N E05 



H 2 7/03/'=2 A 4 L 

H 2 a/13/32 3 2 P N S56 



HONTML»/i ■*,"i„y,i,'- 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



P»Gc IS' 
l/l7/8i 



C PC L o 9rL 



HAVIGHuaSTj.CLlRK _,^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ ,p ^^ «EDIC»L COST 
M6iLT-l-C43e D=RSGUL4TI0N 

"AVIGHURST. <»5EN 

SHE ADOS »ST TO LIF = 

-JAVNF^t 7ANC5 

REVIVAL PaEACHEO: 



HE'S iOVANC; "AN =35 LC^O'S RETURN 



HAVSILES'tV. TMC^ftS M. 

DUKE TEAK CO-iPETES =05 ftll? , 
OA-JCE FESTIVAL WAS SINGLcO OUT 

***'"'"uKE°SLATFS CONFERENCE IN -RITING 

■^"''■^!?,I^hi''?i;5 = Ri:Nr5SilS^CIST INDICTED 
EX-AL2E'«AN iTNED 

HAWKINS. CLYOE 5AV (TRIPHILLI 
2 MORE FACE DOUG CHARGES 

HAWKINS. E-HETT <6NNETH 

SSI PROBING ■lAN'S DEATH 



INS. JAHES R. IFOR^ER "AYOR) ,,,. 

HA.KINS hFADS 5FTTER-HEALTH FOUNDATION 
hI'kINS nShED SeaD of FOUNDATION 90AR0 
ALLENTON REAL'Y 3UILDING SOLO 
3SheI E"°"'SerP?£=ASlNG TC ENTEP 2N0 DISTRICT RACE 

Rou «ANTs Relaxation of fund-seeking »ules 



HAWKINS. JOHN 
SLACKS S 



(MINORITY AFFAIRS 01'. « 
iEK TO =CLSTER GOP 



N.C. GOPI 



HAWKINS. MSRIE , , _^^, 
fi'jTEP HOMES SAVING PETS 

'''"""35RH:i'-:NSs4JSESTEO ON FEDERAL DRUG CHARGE 
HAWKINS FACES CHARGE 

HAWK'NS. STERLING GIL3ERT (HENOERSCNl 
"•^•hLVeRSON 3IKE RItER. 15, DIES AFTER 9EING hit 3Y CAR 

car strikes. <ills vance teen 

hawkins. .. rainey 
obituary 

"*'"^'ho3aro''2»wks unsung film genus 

''"'"''resioInts jf chapel hill offered dance special 

haydu. frank - -^ 

sentences GIVEN IN FRAUD CASE 

"AYES. ANNIE LCUISE 

3?ITUARY 

"'*''^^HAYEs':S NA"EO PRESIDENT OF Chatham jrcadCasTING 

HAYES. 5FTTY JUNE I ORANGE CO.l 

^cii^^Y't^^IN^'s \:Ul ^StS^'^N^ ORANGE ELECTIONS TO 30 

HAYES. DENNIS RAY INORTH .. I L^ ESBORO 1 

TWO CHARGED IN 9EATING DEAT- ^F JILKES CO. -AN 
THREE MEN RECEIVE LIFE TERMS =aR 06ATH 

HAYES. OCNALD 

i ARRESTED IN GAMPLING RAID 
SHOP RAID NETS FOUR 



H 2 6/26/62 A 



H 2 1/29/32 e <• N 053 
H 2 2/17/92 A 9 N 



H 2 2/l<./S2 E 1 » F H45 
H 2 3/20/e2 A 7 = F 120 



S 2 2/17/92 A 11 
H 2 7/09/92 A A 



H 2 5/09/32 A 13 



H 2 9/01/92 A 4 
S 2 9/22/82 C 24 



" 2 './09/°2 A 19 
H 2 12/31/92 A 6 



S 2 2/04/92 C 7 N 

H 2 2/07/92 A 16 = N 

H 2 2/12/92 A 12 N 

M 2 3/06/92 A 4 L 

H 2 4/07/92 A 1 N G53 

S 2 12/19/92 A3 N <90 



H 2 6/14/92 A 13 N 

S 2 1/20/92 C 1 P N F30 



S 2 6/07/82 8 7 
S 2 6/07/82 A 7 



H 2 2/01/32 a 5 
S 2 2/01/92 C I 



N 



N 



H 2 7/05/92 B 7 

S 2 6/17/92 3 U F25 

H 2 6/15/92 A 7 P N 

H 2 3/03/92 3 5 N 

H 2 10/09/82 e 9 P 

u 2 10/07/92 A 23 N 



S 2 2/01/92 C 1 
H 2 2/02/82 A 11 



H 2 1/04/92 a 5 
H 2 7/03/32 A 5 



H 2 2/02/92 3 5 
S 2 2/02/92 A 7 



-AVE', ECT-R 

FISHING T"E FAR" PONDS: 



OISDAI NING 

-A^ES. SDWARC J. ICHARLOTTEI , _ „^.^ 
4 -wC. -Etl JSREST60 ON DRUG CHARGES 
NASCAR DRIVFRS HELD ON DRUG RING CHARGES 

-■AYE', ELIJAH 
OBITUARY 

''*''^^OUrSam'cduNTy is reviewing food stamps cases for ERRORS 

'^*''^^ANNExiTI0N: taxation WITHOUT 3 EPRE SSnTaTI ON 

"AYES. JAMES CORANGE COUNTYl 

HE'S TURNING LAND INTO A GARDEN OF EDEN 

HAY=S. JAMES £. 

l'(MaT= KILLED AT CALEDONIA 

Prisons 'OESPONSiaLE' for death of i-i-ate 

CHA-iGE CUE IN THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 



BIG WATERS.' HAYES FINOS SUCCESS... h 2 9/05/82 B 12 p F MbO 



% 2 2/19/92 A 7 
H 2 2/19/92 C 15 



H 2 4/26/92 A 10 
S 3 9/17/92 C 1 
H 2 7/20/82 A 4 



HAYES. 



^o'gIVEn'jAIL TERMS IN PROSTITUTION CASES 
GET PRISON TERMS FOR PROSTITUTICN 



HAYES. JAMFs ROBERT 
03ITUARY 



HAYES. JEFF TOOQ 



LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD ORlX- 91 
LIST OF THOSE ARRFSTSO IH 2-C?UN 



UST 

TY ORUG ROUNDUP 



5. KAREN 
MFN RI^B. KIDNAP rtOMAN 
WOMAN AEDUCTED. SOBBED 



'1 IJlroMkrOEiCtiES^w^iNOEO IN GUN 9ATTLE^ „„ 
SEARC-FOR iSdICTEO "EN EVOKES SHOOTOUT AT -0- 



2 6/06/32 E 15 P U 578 



H 2 5/30/92 A •: 
S 2 6/05/'"2 A 4 
H 2 7/14/92 A 5 



H 2 9/09/52 9 1 
S 2 -9/09/92 C 19 



H 2 3/03/°2 A 13 



S 2 6/04/82 A I 
H 2 6/05/92 3 14 



S 2 l/ll/°2 C 1 
" 2 1/12/92 A II 



S 2 6/09/92 A 1 
H 2 6/10/92 A I 



HAYES. KENNETH EUGENE 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 

1/01/82 - 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



PA6E 13; 
1/17/83 



DRUG 'AIDS NET 4 r-EN 

HAYESt NANCY (ACTRESS) 

CHRISTIAN SOAP STARS DAUGHTER OF TV OFFICIAL 

HAYES. RALPH 

CRIMES IN DURHAM CITY PARKS FORCING INCREASE IN PATROLS 

HAYES. ROBIN (ALASKA! 

CANNON HEIR LIKES LIF? IN ALASKA 

HAYES. ROY LEE IGREENS30R0I 

DURHAM M4N, I OTHER OIE IN CAO-MACHIME CRASH 
TWO KILLE3 AS CAR HITS PAVING MACHINE 
INJURED MAN TREATED. RELEASED 
ALCOHOL FIGURES IN WRECK 
ALCOHOL CIT=0 IN WRECK 

HAYES. WILLIAM (FltRVIEWI 

2 BUNCOMBE DEPUTIES WOUNDED IN GUN BATTLE 
SEARCH COR INDICTED MEN EVOKES SHOOTOUT AT HOME 

HAYNES. "ARTON F. OR. 

DUKE SCIENTISTS REPORT NEW EVIDENCE GF MAN-APE LINK 

HAYNES. CHARLIE 

BLUE DEVIL CHARLIE HAYNES IN WAR t. PEACE 

HAYNES. "ICHARD OR. 

OUT-OF-FIELO TEACHING: DEBATE CONTINUES ON CONTROVERSIAL REPORT 
HAYNES. SUZANNE OR. 

UNC STUDIES: "ORE BOOK LEARNING MAY BE A SOON TO YOUR DIET. . . 

HAYNES. WENDELL ". 

HAYNES TO SPEAK 

"AYNIE. SANDRA 

MS. HAYMIE LIFTED IN HIGH POINT WIN 

HAYWOOD. EGBERT L. 

sVip^'iSScSSSsE ?S''J;:5sn;SA'Y"'°'-"'* celebrates .doth anniversary 

STAR WAREHOUSE TO CLOSE 

HAYuOOn. KENNETH 

EXTENSION AGENT PROMOTED 

HAYWOOD, MARGARET (MRS. =G8ERTI 

CONVENTIONS AND MORALITY 

ANNIVERSARY PLANS STARTED 

PLANNING FOR 4 PARTY: NORTH CAROLINA CELEBRATES 400TH ANNIVERSARY 
HAYWOOD. RUDOLPH lAOELPHI, MO.l 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 WITH DRUG VIOLATIONS 

FIVE CHARGED IN DRUG RAID .iui.«.iu^l 

HAZARD. FRED 

GROUP TO RESUBMIT PROPOSAL 

ORANGE alRPIRT GETS PERMIT ON 3-2 VOTE 

HAZEL. FORREST ICARRflORO POLICEMAN) 

POLICEMAN'S TRIAL STARTS: ACCJSED OF ASSAULT 
STATE ENDS CASE IN HAZEL TRIAL »:>:>AULI 
BLINDING ASSAULT CASE PONDERED 
JURY ICOUITS CARR^ORO POLICEM«N 

HAZEL. ROBERT 

COMXISSION SEEKS WAYS OF MAKING MORE MONEY 

HAZELWOOD. LARRY (GREENSBORO) 

SLAYING BRINGS LIFE SENTENCE 

«AZEN. RONNIE 

NOISE HARMS HEARING. HEALTH 

DURHAM PLANNING EASTER PARADE 

CHECK CLUE'S POLICIES BEFORE JOINING 

HAZZ4R0. MARTHA HOLOEN (HILLSBOROUGH) 

L»» OFFICERS SCORE RECO»D DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C;uNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

HAZZARC. WALTER V4NCE ( H I LL SPOROUG-i ] 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG PUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

HEADEN. CAR ICE 

HEaOEN works in DURHAM RECRUITING UNIT 

he«den. kenneth lee (siler city] 
youth killed at nightclub 

heaoen. lucy neville 
obituary 

headen. nancy luran (chapel hill) 
obituary 

headen. rena a. 

woman hit by sb while driving car 

heafne3. vance 

heafner's 65 leads field 
pinehurst: the plans erase oast 

HEARN, BILL ICHAPEL HILLI 

CHAMBER HAS INTERIM CHIEF IN :haP=l HILL 

HEATH, 3EVFRLY T. (CARRSORO) 
aOOKMAKING ALLEGED 
B00KM4KING ARREST MADE IN CHAPEL HILL 

HEATH, LEROY K. OR. 
OBITUARY 

HEATH. MARIE 

0»ITUARY 

WHATEVER HAPPENED: YESTERDAY'S NEWS REVISITED 
HEAVNER. JAMFS 

VARIETY IN YOUR TV FuTUPE 

HEAVNER. RALPH DALE (HICKORY) 
2 DIE ON N.C. HIGHWAYS 



5 I T 

US ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

S 2 11/05/82 A 11 N 

H 2 4/24/92 A 6 P N 

H 2 3/22/R2 A I N 

H 2 9/30/S2 C 17 N 



S 2 9/10/E2 A I .N F30 

H 2 9/11/82 B 1 N 

S2 9/ll/n2A 3 N 

S 2 9/14/92 3 1 N 

H 2 9/15/92 A 12 N 



S 2 6/09/02 A 1 
H 2 6/10/92 A I 



H 2 1/09/92 A 1 N W24 

H 2 5/23/82 IPS G09 

H 2 1/07/82 A 15 C N V05 

H 2 1/04/92 E 5 N 

S 2 2/02/92 A 7 N 

H 2 7/19/92 3 3 N 



S 2 2/26/92 A 5 P U 043 

S 2 10/07/82 C 1 P N E05 

S 2 10/21/92 1 P F B71 

H 2 10/23/92 a 1 N 

S 2 U/22/82 A 1 N S8' 



H 1 6/17/82 9 1 



H 2 6/26/82 A 4 L 

S 2 10/07/82 C 1 » N E05 

S 2 10/21/82 D 1 P F 371 



S 2 7/31/82 A 1 
H 2 8/01/82 A 9 



S 2 4/22/92 C 1 
H 2 9/09/82 4 9 



H 2 12/16/82 A 17 N W36 

S 2 12/16/82 A 10 N ^36 

H 2 12/17/92 A 15 N W36 

S 2 12/17/92 A 1 N W36 



H 2 1/10/92 B 9 P F W60 
H 2 12/09/92 A 23 N 



S 2 3/13/92 A 1 F U57 
S 2 3/30/82 C 1 N 
S 2 6/25/82 A 4 L 



S 2 6/04/92 A 1 
H 2 6/05/92 S 14 



S 2 6/04/82 A 1 
H 2 6/05/92 a 14 



S 2 3/18/82 4 3 

H 2 11/28/92 C 1 

H 2 2/14/82 C 6 

H 2 9/26/82 C 6 

H 2 7/03/82 3 6 



H 2 5/14/92 C 1 N 

M 2 9/19/82 B 2 P F P07 



H 2 9/09/92 C 7 



S I 12/02/92 C 1 
H 2 12/03/82 A 15 



H 2 3/30/92 3 7 



H 2 4/19/92 S 6 
H 2 6/23/92 A 11 





N L41 



H 2 1/31/92 F 1 P N 
H 2 6/06/92 4 4 N 



HONTHLT/»N 



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C ?G L P •?'rL 



•JECGE P6TM, 
FIRE 



3.c. inew hanover c3.1 
;a"ages restaura'jt 



hEOGESPaTh. JAMES LUTHER IRICHXONO. VA.I 
39ITU4RY 

H6PLUN0, HURE'lCE WILLI;' 5R. 
OR HEOLLND PROKQTED 

HECRICK. EARL R. JR 



CIAL. DIES 



UDit 5H0JS LAPSE l^^ OE^OSITUO 
"dock. RETIRE? CITY SCHOOLS OF- I 
iORICK. FORMER PRINCIPAL. DISS 

•''"'SIn 'ptcf5»E5 WAS HEDRICK 

HEFFINGER. NCRA (EIENI 

,C«AN FOUND SLAIN .„„^.-, 
OCG hEL°S '"LICE IN ARRESTS 

■'^"■'!«:PEr°-ILL'c"5NCILMEN'-T0 AIR HOUSING TAKEOVER 
C-IpIl hill HOUSING OFFICIALS EYE RESIGNATION 
ChJpIl mill HOUSING DIRECTOR DESIGNS 



STEVENSON DEFENDS CHOICE 

Sousing AUTHORITY violated the law 



HEFLIN. 
GBI 

HEFNER, 
CO- 

"CD 

5 : 

hEF 

CO 
JNE 

JOhi 



EDGAR 
''UARY 



PUTER 
ANIEL 

ONGRE 

E' 

Y 31 

-JPLQY 

NSTO'I 



"HIIL" (R£P«1 

ON CONGRESS. -.JONES. ROSf LEAD 
CLARKE FILE FOR CONGRESS 
SSM=N RENOHINATEO 

fGlsfSSiN^Eri^Ntc! CONGRESS RACES^, 
mfntMy ISSUE IN 3TH CONGRESSIONAL 01 

LuSES. hENDQN TRAILS 



N.c. absenteeisx list 



STRICT RACE 



HE,0EN|E»G|R.^9|TSY., TAKES TITLE 

HEIOOICK. MADELEINE JOHNSON (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

'^eiOHT.^OAVIO^LEE^^^ IN SLAYING 
"""•EX^cKsi^Y'pOINriAliNE GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

OPEN SEASON ON THE INNOCENT 

HEITMAN. CHARLOTTE HARNEY 
OBITUARY 

■'-'-'■■'loSFNCrOF COUNTY-wnE VOTE QUESTIONED 
MIYCR iPCLCilZES FOR TAX REMARKS 
^SyOR APOLOGIzIs to two TAXPAYERS 

hellyar. eohin v. 

hfllyar tg speak 

"^^"•s^l^^-irjS'Lri^'-ioR ATTACKS IN EUROPE 



HELMS, 3ARRY 
FI" ■ 
THfi 

DUi 



GhT, «hOTS ORAa CROWD ON ROxaORO 

S^E DURHAM -EN CHARGE" IN SLAYING ON • 

Jni.M -EN FACE HEARINGS IN MAN'S DEATH 

ELMS. HAROLD LEE -STROKER" lUNION CD. I 
= ;,j,inER CHARGE IS DISMISSED 



ANGUM STREET 



HEL.MS, hOMARD JUSTIN 
OBITUARY 



"-^"^Hcitl, TERRY SANFORD FIRST-ROJND LEADERS IN STATE GOLF TOURNEY 



H 2 6/2';/92 C 5 N 
H 2 7/09/°2 C 9 
S 2 12/10/52 C 5 N 



H 2 1/26/92 3 I ^1 Y05 
H 2 './l»/82 "to 
S ' 4/19/52 C 2 P 



H 2 l/2T/e2 = 5 
S 2 9/15/R2 C 12 



3/19/82 
U/2'./"2 
11/25/82 
11/29/82 
12/06/82 



H 2 1/30/82 B 



1/10/82 

5/05/32 

5/30/32 

10/01/32 

10/25/82 

10/23/82 



11/03/82 6 



11 

IT 

5 

II 



H 2 5/10/92 3 3 N 

H 2 3/06/82 A 9 D 

H 2 5/23/32 A <. N 

S 2 2/1T/82 A 2 N 

H 2 10/21/82 A 5 L 

H 2 8/07/82 3 6 

S 2 4/19/92 A 4 L 

H 2 6/17/92 3 I N 

S 2 6/17/92 A 5 N 

S 2 4/14/»2 C 4 o N 



H 2 12/22/82 A 

H 2 5/11/92 A 
H 2 7/11/32 A 
S 2 7/12/82 A 



H 2 3/11/82 D 4 N 
H 2 10/03/62 C 6 
H 2 5/25/82 8 3 N 



fr^^r?^lCiNr.s'^?="k^T T^nl 58N!i^'-!s about to disappear- (CARTOON. 
tiSJ5Tll'-'i^!lNGSi!l.^?jKE^r«0SF LEAD N.C. ABSENTEEISM LIST 
TWO -RQNGS AREN'T RIGHT 

CHiNAPOLiCY 'JPSETs_hel;;s 

" ' ' stand 





hfl-s's=£S =nd t3 busing ICARTOONI 
salvacor policy takes beating 

AOORTIDN fjnDS 3AN HELMS' AIM 

SFNATF APPROVES ANTI-3USINC 31 LL _,„, 

hEL-S BILL WOULD ENO J.S. ABORTION FJNOING 

SFN. HELMS AN ASSET 

'ih-'^-.,liV'ViSl\''hll\VlTAr .RONG ON ABORTION 



^gl?!A;:^;i:^,fT?S?'-G3'/npiToV^-^:rHrEiGYMAN pokes fun AT 

:;lt■•:^";^-I^N"r5A^.Aihk unacceptable 

^EL-f'uFSTS.'il^VrBuILD NETWORK OF ORGANIZATIONS 
pIesiOENT PLiNS 'ChItS' TO 'EiSSORE A-ERICANS 
TOBACCO INDUSTRY RAPS NEW -"■'I''<;/?9^°5'tcN = ,., . 
ipN. HELMS DEFENO<: <COP AS 'GODO SURGECN GENERAL' 



SEN^'hELMS'dEFENO": <C 

ir.n ;;JJIs°?"o5G»'i?Ai|-?ii EL SALVADOR 



1/D4/02 

1/06/82 

1/09/82 

l/n/'>2 

l/13/«2 

1/13/92 

1/19/92 

1/30/82 

2/03/82 

2/04/92 

2/05/82 

2/12/82 

2/13/92 

2/13/92 

2/14/82 

2/15/82 

2/15/92 

2/20/82 

2/22/82 

2/23/32 

2/23/82 

2/25/»2 

2/27/»2 

2/29/82 

3/02/''2 

3/J2/82 

3/02/82 

3/03/82 

l/Ol/'Z 

3/J5/°2 

3/05/82 

3/07/82 

3/03/''2 

3/09/82 

3/09/82 

3/11/92 

3/13/82 

3/13/=2 

3/17/82 

3/20/82 

3/21/92 



4 T T R56 

15 N 

1 N 

4 E 

14 N 

10 N 

1 N 

1 N 

19 N 

1 N 



13 

2 



HONTHLV/A 



N N U 4 L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/6J 



C4RCLINA POLL S4YS HUNT HAS LSAD OVE'J HELMS 

JOKERS IN THE DECK 

PHLL: REAGAN POPULARITY DOWN IN N.C. 

HELMS RAPS N.C. FOD') STAMP PR?GRAM 

EAST AND HELMS RANKED TOP SENATE CONSERVATIVES 

HELMS* FOOD STAMP PROPOSALS U^JVEILEO 

HELMS RIGHT: SALVAODRAN LEADED A SOCIALIST 

SEN. HELMS SAYS U.S. SHOULD HY TO GET BRITAIN TO GIVE UP FALKLANOS 

r<AveS THREATENING LIGHTHOUSE =ETREAT 

HUNT ATTENDING JORDAN DEDICATION 
HEL'"S defends FALKLAND STAND 

HUNT, HELMS CO-STAR IN LIGHTHOUSE SPOT 

PASSING PARADE 

NF.J h":lmS aiLL WOULD ALLOW STATES TO CONTROL FOOD AID 

STATE GCP TAKES ISSUE WITH POLL 

HELMS RIGHT ON FiLKLANDS 

GUANTANAMO TOO. SENATOR? 

N.Y. CONGRESSMAN ASKS PR09E OF HELMS BACKERS 

HELMS SAID ASKED TO USE INFLU=NCE 

INVOKE MONROE DOCTRINE 

HELMS DEFENDS FALKLANOS STAND 

HELMS SAYS BRITISH may REGRET ACTION 

AWARD FOR HELMS 



HELMS DELAYS ACTION ON VOTING RIGHTS ACT 
HELMS FAILS TO BLOCK SENATE'S PRO-aSITISH 



RESOLUTION 



.(CARTOON I 



HELMS LOCKED IN COVERT FIGHT < I TH THURMOND 

SENATOR HELMS ON: VOTING RIGHTS ACT, FOOD STAMPS. 

HELMS RAPS CHOICE OF HAIG AS <JEGOTIATOR 

BILL TO RESTRICT COURTS' POWER ON BUSING CALLED CONSTITUTIONAL 

WYNGAARDEN CRITICIZES ABORTIO'J LEGISLATION t-un j , i i u i IUN«L 

FALWELL PRODUCES TV SPECIAL SJPPORTING PRAYER IN SCHOOLS 

VOTING RIGHTS ACT SUPPORTERS 'LAN TO CAMP IN WASHINGTON 

HELMS WON'T JOIN CALL FOR DISMISSAL 

HELMS URGES CAUTION IN FALKLAVIDS 

FASCISM AND APORTIDN 

DEMOCRATS' ACTION COMMITTEE AIMS AT HELMS 

SiNAT= COMMITTEE OKS CENTRAL AMERICA AID PLAN 

PELL CONSIDERED RICHEST SENATOR 

SENATORS ENDORSE FOX FOR JUDGESHIP 

VOTING RIGHTS ACT SHOULDN'T BE EXTENDED 

N.C. AUTO DEALERS OPPOSE WARNINGS 

HELMS VOWS TO FIGHT VOTING ACT EXTENSION 

VOTING RIGHTS ACT FILIBUSTER =XPECTED 

N.C.'S Two SENATORS PROTECT THE UNBORN 

»ELFARE BUDGET CUTS HIT 

NEw HANOVER DEMOCRATS RAP HELMS ON 1-40 

DURHAM TECH STUDENTS ENTER PaiTICAL PROCESS 

SUPPORTERS SAY VOTING RIGHTS -ARCH SUCCESSFUL 

FOUNTAIN INDICATES CANDIDATE HE LIKES 

HELMS THREATENS TO BLOCK DEBATE 

STEVENS HOPES HELMS WILL CALL OFF FILIBUSTER 

HELMS' STRATEGY BLOCKS DEBATE 

HELMS EARNS CRITICISM 

HELMS, EAST TALK 

DEMOCRATS FORM ANTI-HELMS GROUP 

"nltMl liTAllhVlToHll ill: ''''°' "°°'^ '° FALKLANOS 

U.S. NOT TO BLAME FOR THE FAL<LANDS WAR 

HELMS SAYS BRITISH VICTORY WASN'T WORTH BLOODSHED 

HELMS AND CRONIES STILL HINDERING BILL 

HELMS IN '34 (CARTOON) 

ARTICLE ON HELMS 'OFFENSIVE. TISHONEST' 

6 SOLOLNS PLEDGE SUPPORT 

ci.VrlniJ^fJ .^'"^S't""^'^^'' AGAINST VOTING RIGHTS ACT 

SENATORS 'OUT OF TUNE' CN VOTING ACT 

BILL WOULD RESTRICT INSECTICIDE INFORMATION 

TOBACCO BILL HITS SNAG AFTER » ANEL APPROVAL 

DON'T BEFRIEND DICTATORS 

HELMS WANTS TO "lELAY OPENING :i F TOBACCO MARKETS 

riEL"S SAYS CONSERVATIVES STILL MINORITY 

STATE OFFICIALS: LEAF BILL'S CHANCES GOOD 

HEL-S SHOW CONTEMPT FOR PUBLIC HEALTH 

HELMS, EAST CRITICIZED OVER FDA NOMINATIONS 

uREi^N^BCRO LAWYER URGED FOR JJDGESHIP 

SENATE FIGHT LOOMS OVER CIGARETTE TAX 

GOVERNOR VOWS TO WORK AGAINST HELMS' POSTAL BILL 

HELMS. EAST SWITCH VOTES, SUP'ORT TAX-INCREASE BILL 

HELMS DEFENDS VOTE ON TAX-HIKE PACKAGE 

EAST: REAGAN APPEALED FOR TAX VOTE 

S??Mi^°srAj[|T't^y?Ei't^l?T3SNy"''"'^''^^ cigarette tax 

HFlmS SEE<S action on SCHOOL 'RAYER AMENDMENT 

CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION CITE^ OFFICE SPENDING 

DEMOCRATS TO HIT 'TOBACCO TAX TWINS' 

HEL-S OPPOSES EL SALVADOR REFORMS 

EAST TO OPPOSE TAX HIKE BILL 

2c,'-!;|- 'i'h SHOULD •iREAK OFF DELATIONS WITH WARRING ISRAEL 

HELMS. EAST MAY CHANGE TAX BILL VOTES 

HUNT DENIES HE KNEW ABOUT TAX BILL AD 

OEMOCPATS SAY TAX VOTES HURT N.C. ECON 

HELMS' GROUP TOP PAC FUNO-RAI^EO 

5.!!:''5: CIGARETTE tax COMPROMISE SOUGHT 

THE TOBACCO TAX TWINS AREN'T THE ONLY VILLIANS 

HELMS, KENNEDY CLASH OVER ILLSGAL ALIENS BILL 

2 GROUPS RIVAL HELMS' CLUB i-i-Ni DILL 

LIBERALS FILIPUSTER HELPS' BILL 

"|LMS LOSES PRELIMINARY BOTE ON PRAYER AND ABORTION ISSUES 

EFFORT TO ilLFNCE FILIBUSTER ON HELMS' ISSUES DELAYED 

"y^;:"6'-''S "'CE WHETS POLITICAL APPETITES ""^LATCU 

£2^S?^5^I^-5 LOSE ROUND ON ABORTION, PRAYER 

r^k^.l '^i?ll„^3 AVOID POLITICAL DAMAGE FROM TOBACCO TAX VOTE 

o?SH=, Vf *?;? ?^ HELMS, EAST TO AIR PROGRAM ON KGB 

REPUBLICANS' CAMPAIGN TACTICS 3LASTFD 

SEL"'''ci'?is"'suRVEY^?5''cLl;B"^'"^"''"^"° TAXMOBILE (CARTOONI 

HELMS CONDEMNS ABORTION 

^,',^i;,*y''A ^J'"'''' SHOULD HAVE MADE VALENTINE QUIT 

HUDDLE OVER FILIBUSTER 

CSS TO PRESENT THE GOLDEN LEAF 

TFXTILE IMPORT LIMITS SOUGHT 

HFLMS PLANS NEW ATTACK ON FILIBUSTER 

SENATE ABORTION VOTE SHELVED 

HELMS QUESTIONS NOMINEE'S F I ri E S 3 

SCHOOL PRAYER FIGHT ON CENTER STAGE 

JESSE HELMS ,<EAOING CARNEGIE'S BOOK (CARTOON) 

THE SENATE Din WELL TO DEFEAT ABORTION =^ILLS 

HELMS MAY GET VOTES ON PRAYFR BILL 

HELMS BLAMES OEMOCRATS FOP LEAF TAX 

HEL-S CITES BLAME ON ^ i% BILL 

RFCENT FAILURES TARNISH HELMS' HAGE 

SENATE REFUSES To ENO FILIBUSTER 

ISSUE HAS SENATE IN GRIDLOCK 

SENATE VOTE MAY ENO PUSH FOR SCHOOL PRAYER 



CONOMY 



HELMS, 'NEW RIGHT' SEE PRAYER ISSUE KILLED 
SOCIAL ISSUES POINT UP NEW RISHT'S WEAKNES! 



NESSES 



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s 


I T 




N E E 


L Y 




P D DATE C PG 


L P BYL 




H 2 3/24/82 C 5 


N 




H 2 3/25/92 A 4 


F 




H 2 3/25/02 C 14 


N 




S 2 3/30/82 e 4 


N 




H 2 4/01/92 A 9 


N 




H 2 4/02/82 A 15 


N 




H 2 4/03/92 A 4 


L 




H 2 4/0<i/82 A 7 


N 




S 2 4/09/92 A 1 


P N 




S 2 4/09/92 C 1 


N F30 




H 2 4/10/92 A 3 


N 




H 2 4/10/92 A 3 


P N 




S 2 4/ 0/82 A 4 


E 




H 2 4/13/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 4/ 4/82 A 9 


N 




H 2 4/ 8/92 5 


L 




H 2 4/19/92 5 


L 




H 2 4/19/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 4/20/82 E 12 


N 




H 2 4/24/92 A 4 


L 




H 2 4/26/92 A 9 


N 




H 2 4/27/82 A 7 


N 




S 2 4/27/82 A I 


P P 




H 2 4/30/92 8 5 


N 




S 2 4/30/32 C 2 


P N 




H 2 5/01/82 A 5 


N 




H 2 5/02/82 A 10 


N 




H 2 5/02/92 4 


T T R56 




S 2 5/04/82 a 9 


N 




H 2 5/07/92 C 9 


N 




S 2 5/11/82 A 1 


N 




H 2 5/12/82 A 12 


N 




H 2 5/12/82 3 14 


N 




H 2 5/15/92 A 3 


N 




H 2 5/17/82 A 10 


N 




H 2 5/18/92 A 4 


L 




H 2 5/20/32 A 9 


N 




H 2 5/20/92 C 11 


N 




H 2 5/21/92 A 12 


N 




H 2 5/21/92 B 4 


N 




H 2 5/22/82 A 4 


e 




H 2 5/23/82 A 5 


N 




S 2 5/25/82 A 1 


N 




H 2 5/26/82 A 7 


N 




S 2 5/27/82 A 4 


L 




H 2 5/29/82 A 6 


N 331 




S 2 5/28/82 A 7 


N 




S 2 5/29/82 A 3 


N E05 




S 2 6/09/82 a 7 


N 




H 2 6/10/92 a 1 1 


» N G53 




H 2 6/10/82 C 17 


N 




S 2 6/10/82 A 2 


N 




H 2 6/11/82 C 9 


N 




S 2 6/11/92 A 4 


E 




S 2 6/12/82 A 1 


N 




H 2 6/14/82 A 13 1 


> N 




S 2 6/14/82 A 1 


G U57 




S 2 6/15/82 A 1 ' 


■ G U57 




H 2 6/16/82 A 4 


F 




H 2 6/16/82 A 7 P >l 




H 2 6/17/82 A 1 


N 




H 2 6/17/82 A 4 T T R5fi 




S 2 6/17/82 A 4 


L 




S 2 6/17/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 6/19/32 A 3 


N 




S 2 6/19/92 A 4 


L 




H 2 6/20/92 A 4 


N 




H 2 6/25/92 A 2 


N 




H 2 6/25/82 A 4 


L 




H 2 6/27/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 6/28/92 C 7 


N 




S 2 6/29/82 C 9 


N 




H 2 7/08/82 A 4 


L 




H 2 7/11/82 A 7 


N 




H 2 7/15/82 B 3 P 


N 




H 2 7/20/82 A 1 P 


N 




H 2 7/20/82 A 11 


N 




H 2 7/24/32 A 1 


N 




S 2 7/24/92 A 15 


N 




H 2 7/27/82 A 9 


N 




H 2 7/29/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 7/23/82 A 4 T 


T R56 




S 2 7/29/92 A 2 


N 




H 2 3/05/92 A 15 


N 




H 2 8/06/82 C 14 


N 




S 2 3/06/92 A 2 


N 




S 2 3/07/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 3/09/«2 A I P 


N 




H 2 9/09/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 8/09/P2 3 12 


N 




H 2 d/10/32 A 9 


N 




H 2 3/10/92 B 3 


N 




H 2 3/11/92 A 3 


N 




H 2 3/12/92 A 4 


E 




H 2 3/15/82 C I 


N 




S 2 3/16/82 C 3 P 


N 




S 2 3/17/32 A 2 P 


N 




H 2 3/19/82 A 15 P 


N 




H 2 3/20/92 A 1 


N 




S 2 3/21/82 A I 


N 




H 2 8/22/92 C 1 


N 




S 2 3/23/92 A 6 P 


N 




H 2 3/28/92 a 12 


N 




H 2 8/28/92 a 12 


N 




H 2 3/29/92 5 T 


T P45 




H 2 3/31/92 a 5 


N 




H 2 9/07/82 A 11 


N 




H 2 9/10/82 A 1 


N 931 




H 2 9/10/92 A 1 P 


p 




H 2 9/14/92 A 9 


N 




H 2 9/15/82 A 13 


N 




H ? 9/15/32 a 9 


N 




H 2 9/16/92 A 17 


N 




H 2 9/17/92 A 7 


N 




H 2 9/17/82 A 15 P 


N 




H 2 9/19/32 A 4 T 


T R56 




H 2 9/19/92 4 


E 




S 2 9/20/92 A 2 


N 




S 2 9/20/82 A 3 P 


J 




H 1 9/21/92 a 1 


N 




S 2 9/21/92 A 1 


J 




H 2 9/22/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 9/23/92 A I 


N 




S 2 9/23/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 9/24/92 A 1 P 


N 




H 2 9/26/32 A 21 P 


N 





MONTHLY/4 



N ■< U 4 L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



??S^VEjlfT"lk7i iif5I?°O^F64r W4S NOT T0T4L 
MLWeLL. HElSs, NES right f4LL MOM GR4CE 
G80UP sirs HELMS IS target in •84 RACE 

^N^li^t ^^l^l5?Nl?irEC?'Sc«S TO UPSET HELMS 
HELMS LETTER SCORES NETWORKS 

Tobacco TARIFF HIKE is. REROjno likely 



VER ORAYER 




AIDES SAY H-^LMS HIT BY INDIGESTION 
GENTRY PREDICTING H61-"5;HUNT ' AC E 

helms snags gas tax vote with filibuster 
SSker predicts victory in fight over gas tax 



JESSE SAYS'he'haSNG regrets 



SENATOR URGES CROP PROGRAM 

N.C. OE-OCRATIC LEADER LASHES HELMS AND EAST 




ril:1?''^HS5HW ?B =22k'lcHF TOUGH YEARS .HEAD 



HELM?, KENNETH 



erri-iT. ^hHT's TRAu CROWD ON R0'< BORG 

"rEE OURSaM Sen CHARGED IN SLAYING ON M4NGUM 

DURHAM MEN FACE HEARINGS IN MAN'S DEATH 



STREET 



DUR 

"^'""''StCK'lNG'^ » PLENTY TO NBA FROM ACC 

A LOT OF -IFS- OCCUPY MIND OF OEACS" HELMS 
DEACON PAIR CHARGED IN THEFT 
TWO WAKE ATHLETES CHARGED 

"^'-'''maS^^ORY-SENTENCING 5FFeCTS,pN crime DISPUTED 
LEGISLATORS SAY CREOIBILITY IS AN ISSUE 

'*^'"^'fight!''shots draw crowd on RQXBORO 
fight leads to arrests 

"^'■''^CnOKlNG'TEACHER SAYS ICING ROSES ARE MOST DIFFICULT 

HELWIG. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM ICHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

'^^"^"i'aUNCOMBE DEPUTIES WOUNDED I'J GUN BATTLE 

ScJbch FOR INDICTED MEN EVOKES SHOOTOUT AT HOME 

"^"■"SemUgWAY-cIaRACTER: PRIMAL ADAM AND 4 S4INT? 

HEMINGWAY. JOHN a. 

XPCL HAS NEW CHIEF 



HE"ME. HAL OR. 

OUKE NEEDS WILSON. 



NOT BUTTERS 



"^''"^NEXT^COACH THIRD ONE FOR DISMAYED HENOEL 

HENDEL. RICHARD ICHAPEL HILLl 
HENOEL GETS AWARDS 
BOCK LOCKS 

HENDERSON. DAVID IDUKE a4S«ETa4LL PL4YER) 
■= "-HCNOEOSrN BLUE DEVILS' SIXTH 3ECRUIT 
DEVILS LAND PTH RECRUIT 
pqccH 5TART WITH FBOSH 
UNHERALDED ROOKIE DELIVERS FOR DUKE 

HENDERSON. DAVID (FORMER REP. I „-„„,,,. 
" Ei.oEPjESENTATIVES TURN TO LO'BYING 

HENDERSON. FAYE MARIE 

YOUTH OF THE MONTH 

HENOFRSON. J. J. "9ABE" __. 

'SLAcis'wi^?"?g S^R^iKiSSI'J ^IC CENTER SUPPORT 
RiCIAL "iVISION COULD RUIN CIVIC CENTER PLAN 
HAYTI GROUP SEEKS COMMUNITY EFFORT 
hayTI CORP. SAL'ITES TRIO 
HAYTI RECEIVES ALMOST $3,000 

''''''°'nVrCli" ?50TESTS SUSPENSION 



HENO = RSGN. REGGIE I ROCKY M'^UNTI 

GRYPHON COACH SAYS CHAPEL HILL 



'AWESOME' TEAM 



«6^°ERS0N.^VICIE^,TUNIC4. MISS.,^^^ ^,^^„ 

H6N0ON, WILLIAM ,REPj-ASHEVULE,^^^^ CHECKOFF FUNDS LAW 

COMPUTER ON CONGRESS. ..JONES. ROSE LEAD N.C. ABSENTEEIS" LIST 
REP. HENOON T^ SEEK RE-ELECTION 
STuSpING: 010 TIP J'NEILL HEL' OR HURT? 
^ CCNf.RFSSMFN RENOMINATED 

r.np TRYING TO HOLO SEAT IN IISTRICT 11 
C03EY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 
JOHNSTON LOSES. HENOON TRAILS 
CLARKE CLilMSNARROW UPSET IN UTH DISTRICT 







P4GE 13 
1/17/6 






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L 


Y 


P 04TE C 


= G L 


P 9YL 


H 2 9/26/82 D 


4 T 


T R56 


S 2 9/27/62 C 


3 


J 


S 2 9/29/82 C 


11 


J 


H 2 10/03/82 C 


3 


N 


M 2 lD/OT/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 10/11/82 8 


6 P 


N 


H 2 10/18/82 4 


3 


N 


S 2 10/20/32 4 


1 


N 


S 2 10/20/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 10/21/82 4 


18 


N 


S 2 10/22/82 C 


6 


N 


H 2 10/23/82 4 


5 


N 


H 2 10/24/82 4 


13 P 


N 


H 2 10/28/82 4 


4 


L 


S 2 10/25/n2 C 


2 


J 


S 2 10/29/82 4 


1 


J 


S 2 11/04/82 A 


2 


N 


H 2 11/05/82 4 


t 


N 


H 2 1 /08/82 4 


1 ° 


N 


H 2 11/17/82 4 


4 


E 


S 2 12/02/82 C 


8 


N 


H 2 12/03/62 C 


7 


N 


H 2 12/04/82 4 


3 


N 


S 2 12/04/82 4 


1 


N 


H 2 12/09/82 4 


4 T 


T R56 


H 2 12/12/82 4 


9 P 


1 


H 2 12/12/82 4 


9 


N 


H 2 12/15/82 A 


9 


N 


S 2 12/16/82 C 


1 P 


N S83 


H 2 12/22/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 12/23/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 12/23/82 4 


1 P 


N 


H 2 12/23/82 9 


2 


N 


H 2 12/23/82 9 


2 


N 


S 2 12/23/82 4 


1 


N 


S 2 12/23/82 4 


1 P 


N 


S 2 12/23/82 4 


2 


N 


H 2 12/24/82 C 


3 


N 


H 2 12/29/82 4 


4 


e 


H 2 12/29/32 4 


4 


E 


S 2 12/31/82 C 


7 


F 



H 2 5/11/82 4 2 N 

H 2 7/U/82 4 1 N 

S 2 7/12/82 4 6 N 

H 2 2/23/82 B 2 P F C52 

H 2 3/14/82 B 4 F S91 

H 2 5/24/82 5 4 N 

S 2 5/24/82 5 N 



S 2 3/13/62 A 1 
H 1 12/21/82 B I 



H 2 5/11/82 A 2 
S 2 5/11/82 A 7 



N 



H 2 4/22/62 C 1 P F S56 
H 2 1/16/82 A 8 



S 2 6/09/82 4 1 
H 2 6/10/32 4 1 



N 



H 2 10/10/82 3 P U H49 

H 2 8/21/32 4 3 R N 

S 2 12/01/82 A 4 L 

H 2 12/02/82 2 P F S91 



9/23/82 
10/17/32 



P U H45 



4/06/82 

4/06/82 

11/17/62 

11/29/32 



N C52 
N F2 5 
F M71 
U F25 



H 2 9/05/82 All N 

S 2 1/29/82 A 5 P P T37 



2/10/82 
2/10/82 
2/13/82 
11/04/82 
11/14/82 
11/19/82 



r 


1 


N 


S51 


r 


1 


N 


K90 


A 


4 


F 




4 


1 


N 


<90 


A 


10 


N 





N K90 



S 2 1/14/82 C e N 

H 2 3/19/82 CI = S7I 

H 2 4/29/82 5 -I 



1/02/82 
1/10/82 
4/27/82 
5/09/82 
6/30/»2 
10/24/82 
10/25/82 
ll/03/''2 
11/04/82 



■Mm 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 



?Vt?/S,;i5';I^ OVER HENOON IS 1,32* 

UTH OISTRICT RECOUNT EXPECTED 

RECOUNT SOUGHT IN FIVE COUNTIES 

HENOON MAY TEST STATE ELECTIOM LAW 

hENDON fails in BID TO GET VOTE RECOUNT 

HENOON WILL CHALLENGE VOTING LAW 

ELECTIOM LAW IS CHALLENGED 

CLARKE URGES HENOON TO ABANDON LAWSUIT 

CLARKE REQUESTS DIS'^ISSAL OF SUIT 

R6P. HENOON'S HEARING ON ELECTION SET TODAY 

COURT ORDER TO BLOCK ELECTION CERTIF CATION 

BOARD DISMISSES HENOON'S APPEAL 

CLARKE CERTIFIED ELECTION JIN'JER 

HENDON VISITEO SOUTHEAST ASIA SEARCHING FOR ,«1IAS 

HENDRICKS. GARLAND A. OR. 

"lUSLIxS TO PROTEST RELIGIOUS IMAGES 
RETIRED PROF GETS INTERIM BAPTIST POST 

HENDRICKS. MATTHEW IMANSONI 

MAN SLAIN. 2ND MAN CHARGED 

HENDRICKS. MICHAEL (GREENSBORO) 
WORKER CITED FOR SAVING 3 

HENEREY, FOEO JAMES 
OBITUARY 

HENLINE, JEFFREY DEAN (CHAPEL HILL) 
TEEN-AGER KILLED IN WRECK 
oilTlJARY ^^'^ ''°'' ^"^T'" ^^ iUfOMOBILE WRECK 

HENRY VIII, KING OF ENGLAND 
LONG-LOST GALLEONS 

HENRY, CARL F. H. OR. 

EVANGELICAL LEADER To SPEAK 

scholar: EVANGELICALS NEED CONSENSUS 

HENRY, ROGER BRUCE (CHAPEL HILL] 
OBITUARY 

HENRY. STUART OR. 

g5^i^iR°SFE^?sSR'f?'s^ER;%R^^a?E\^ryii\^iiE:"5Svr? ^°"^^^ "nfuseo. 

HEPBURN. KATHARINE 

HENRY FONDA'S GOLDEN HOUR 

HEPTINSTALL. JEFFREY 

MAN CONVICTED OF MURDER 
MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE 
SLAYING BRINGS LIFE SENTENCE 

HERBERT. GEORGE R. 

CHAMBER HONORS ANLYAN. HERBERT 



CUSSED 
DOLLARS 



?cc = r?.'^l2'^t^,^"'-° OPTIMISM RETURNING 

i^fCTS OF CUTS ON RTI STAFF >1QT DISCU 

?fl = *59?^?5 "'^'-0 OWN IN BID FTR U.S. 

IJT^„^i£5l? '^'^'^ MICROELECTRONICS 

51' '*^?OI'IS A REDUCTION IN REVENUES 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE S^EKS COMMERCIAL RFSFAOru 

'CHIP' INDUSTRY PLANS RESEARCH HO IN PARK "^SEARCH 

HEOBERT. SUSAN ALEXANDRA 

5 DURHAM STUDENTS GET AWARDS 

HEONANOEZ. aERNA°DO (ZEBULON) 

Z=BULON MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

HERNANDEZ. EMILIA 
OBITUARY 

HERNOON. CLAIRE M. 

SS-YEAR-OLD MAN ATTACKED AND ROBBED 

HERNOON, CORNELIA 8ARBEE 
OBITUARY 

HERNOON, DOUGLAS W. 

MEDIA OVERSIMPLIFY PROBLEMS 0= CRIME 

HE'NOON. ELAINE 
OBSERVATION 

HERNOON. ELISha m. MPS. 
STOP THE SLAUGHTER 

HERNOON, JAMES REV. 

DURHAM "INISTER BEGINS 'COMMUNITY CRISIS BANK' 
HERNOON, KENNETH 

CAR OVERTURNS; TWO INJURED 

2 TREATED FOLLOWING ACCIDENT 

HERNOON, ROBERT (GREFNSbORO) 

MAN REPORTS SHOTS FIRED AT HIM, CAR 

HE=NOON, RONALD REX 

DURHAM MAM FOUNO SHOT TOOAY 

TWO ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID 

RJIO FIGURE SENTENCED; 12,000 FINE ORDERED 

HERNOON GETS FIVE YEAR S' PR08A T I ON -'""'=''^° 

HE»ON. BECKY 

ANIMAL ABUSES INVESTIGATED 

SUS." ^^'i'^" RUNNING FOR COMMISSIONER'S SEAT 

HERON. LEARY WILL SEEK COUNTY JOBS 

MRS. HERON OPENS DRIVE FOR SEAT 

HERON KICKS OFF CAMPAIGN 

llurol'h\TzlWLl'i'''^l'-r'»ll.°''' '° '"'5^" '° ^°^^ "« 3"^^ HERON 
3SiJ,-,"?^?,S,S9?lfV'-5.l:;vqR NIGHT MEETINGS 



HERON STILL COMilTTEOTdNIGSr'^SiARD MEETINGS 

TO SERVE DURHAM COUNTY: BECKY HE^ON ^^''^--i 

°*,.£*''OID'TES LFAD IN SPENDING FOR COUNTY RACES 

VOTERS' ALLIANCE: 'CHOICE V0U5 S ' IN A R ACE 

HIGHT REPORTS SPENDING mqr E T-l AN INCUMBENTS 

BECKY HERON BELIEVES THAT COUNTY BUSINESS IS PiiBi ir !klHT^/c;c 

BECKY HERON SPEAKS OUT ON COUNTY PLANNING PsSWER OEVELOPMENT 



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2 10/02/82 A 
2 7/24/82 A 



H 2 8/01/82 A 9 
H 2 9/22/92 A 7 
H 2 5/16/32 C 4 



H 2 11/08/32 B 1 N 
S 2 11/08/32 C 3 
H 2 11/09/82 A 9 



H 2 9/14/82 A 4 



H 2 3/13/82 A 8 N 

H 2 3/20/92 A 6 F A20 



H 2 S/D2/32 B 9 



H 2 5/15/32 A 10 F A20 
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S 2 10/05/82 C 3 N 

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H 2 7/25/82 A 4 N 

H 2 2/04/82 C 16 

H 2 5/29/82 A 4 L 

H 2 11/05/82 B 1 n u 

H 2 11/25/82 A 4 L 

H 2 3/01/92 CI N ! 



H 2 3/03/82 A 2 N 
S 2 3/03/92 A 6 N 



H 2 3/05/82 A 



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H 2 


10/31/82 


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12/17/92 


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1/15/92 


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1/29/02 


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4/02/92 


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6/31/92 




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6/01/92 


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6/08/92 


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S 2 


6/12/°2 


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6/15/''2 


A 


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H 7 


6/17/82 


A 


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H 7 


6/23/92 


A 


1 4 






H ' 


6/23/°2 


rt 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/24/92 


A 


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6/24/92 


1 


4 


P A 




H 2 


6/26/92 


A 


3 


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HONTHL?/* 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



mr. :;is8K iSk^E=^2^'^^^°os .n the ,ssues 

V.r. Sr^8r^^!ui'^E.'Vl"GET'?5jNTy ^OARD NOOS 

«nlf -aNEY SP^NT IN RACE FO" MSTXICT JTTORNEyS 5E»T 
SS^S siCEIOST EXPENSIVE IN OJRHA- COUN-Y PBI-iRY 

nInce^^effoIt^^^s oe"OCR4rs in FOGr.Y fight 
mS?. heSon seski-jg ""TY jnity 
hfson kicks off fall cj-paign 
do. baker -hsbefresenteo 
change veeoed on 50ard ,_ 

HUNT "AILS "ICHAUX. RAPS juP 

DOUG ABUSE AFFECTS ALL OF US 

^AYSE DURHAM NEEDS IT 30AT ROCKED 

GROUP TO HONOR TaO CANDIDATES 

PlL'sin'^-oilN fYnS? NORTH CAROLINA EXCITING PLACE TO 9E 

SeRON DREA;1S of party unity (.ARTOONl 

MRS. HERON RIPS AOAMS 

HERON CRITICIZES ENDORSEMENT 

^Ci L-PREPAREO CANDIDATE 

iak HERON 5 ILL LISTEN TO CONCERNS 

LOST YOUR DOG' GO. DON'T CALL, TO POUND 

wSeREDCES BECKY HERON STAND ON ISSUES? 

NANCE, HERON TOP SPENDERS^ 

CANDIDATES REJECT TAX HIKE 

NANCE. -RS. HFRON LSAO IN SPENDING 

ACCUSATION BY O-ISSION 

ilHIiL1kS'^5T°%'^SKfrj;:!NS^Ji°? se«e« development 

JHEOE BECKY ^ERON STANDS 

S?i-"irBr i'^^ ; i ?3!r;j^SN??''5SiiNEss is pu^l.c business- 
!i2Sk!!r5ti^l??^^sMsss!5js^iY'2o2y??t-oSiii 

rot" Is'slENiiPRS^r!N!t5S^f SOME ,ARBS 

CO»"ITTEE SUPPORTS 3 -.,c. 

2SI: SrR8N.s"Ic?0RY''!Su[S"BRING POV-ER SHIFT 

SfRoS';s'EL£c"QS''i;PECTlD TO ALTER COUNTY BOARD FOCUS 

HERON GOES HER OWN JAY 

"NCr'uTSPENT 3Y MRS. HERON 

SEM2';s?VJr^£^-EL'E?r°BECKY'HE = 0N THANKS ALL HER SUPPORTERS ( AOVERTI SEMENT 1 

BELL 1ST BLACK TO HEAD COMMISSIONERS 

COMMISSIONERS SELECT BILL BELL AS CHAIRMAN 

ELECTION STILL CURRENT TOPIC 

CIVIC CENTER'S BIRTH STILL OO-N THE ROAD 

HERON. DUNCAN 

BEST FESTIVAL 

^'"'"■^TuOlS'SVoSES LICENSE TO SELL MIXED BEVERAGES 
LOuSgE loses -IXEO-ORINKLICPISE FOR SIX MONTHS 
LOUNGE OV.NER FACES TAX LAW CHARGES 

HERRING, GEORGE T. ITERRA ALTA. W. VA.I 
OBITUARY 

''''"'"lils'c;M"'°FV?0-"'ia iSSVSs.^Vir CASES HAVE YET TO COHE TO ^lAL 
hERRInS'saiS HE 3aS PRESSURED TO MAKE FAKE J.YCEES CHAPTERS 

""'"'.A?ik°::?? ADD TO MILL DUST 

''^''"llk.l'i'llll'iL HEADS HIT TUITION TAX CREDITS 
STATE SCHOOL OFFICIAL RAPS TUITION CREDITS 

hEOZIG. OAVID 

Ll« FIR- SUES EX-PARTNEO 
ATTTRNEYS SUE FORMER LAW PART>!ER 
FIRST UNION SUES HERZIG 
BANK SUES JURHAM LAWYER 

Vr'MH'li F'^LFf!5M3^;'i^? AGAINST DURHAM LAWYER 
COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST LAWYE' 

HE9Z0G, KRISTIN 

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A 


E 




H 2 11/03/82 A 


11 C N 




S 2 11/03/82 A 


I 


' N M23 




S 2 11/03/92 A 


A 


E 




S 2 U/03/32 C 


1 


> P M66 




H 2 11/13/82 C 


1 


N 381 




S 2 11/15/82 A 


3 


N 




H 2 11/19/82 A 


1 I 


3 P 




S 2 12/06/82 A 


I 


' N "23 




H 2 12/07/32 A 


I 


= N 381 




H 2 12/03/82 A 


A 


L 




H 2 12/26/32 C 


1 


P F 




H 2 7/30/82 A 


A 


L 




H 2 2/13/82 A 


12 


N 




S 2 2/13/82 A 


12 


N 




H 2 4/28/82 A 


10 


N 




H 2 <./l2/92 B 


9 







H 2 3/28/82 A 


9 


N 




H 2 12/08/82 A 


13 


P N 




H 2 2/28/82 A 


13 


N 




S 2 <./l6/82 A 


1 


N ED5 





HESTER. CLINTON 
OBITUARY 



RED" (MIAMI, FLA.t 
ILLS 1 



HESTER. CURTIS WARREN IHUROLE 
OBITUARY 

HP^T^R. TON 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: MINUTE DRAMA 

FOLKS AROUND HgRe: LIFE'S LIK= THAT 

FOLKS AROUND -"ERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS WERE 
THE WAY THINGS ARE 

"^^'\"ou5?s'?^^??:^is^?3kl ri,kk-L make the most of it 

-ESTER. EMMA LEE (CREEDMOORl 

ROLLS 'JUST -lELT IN YOUR MOUTH' 

HESTFR. GEORGE OEwEY ( H I LLSBOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

"ESTER, HENRY (HILLS30"CUGH1 
OBITUARY 

MP^TFR. JANIE 

2 CITIZENS HELP PSOS IN ARRESTS 

HESTFR, LUCY TAPP (HILLSOOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

HESTER, M. THOMAS "R. IRALEIGHI , ., , ct.tc 

JOHN DONNE WILL GET 1ST JOURNAL AT N.C. STATE 

HESTFR, PAUL tNCCU PROFESSORI 



H 2 4/17/82 A 11 



H 2 7/16/82 E 1 

S 2 7/16/82 A 3 

H 2 7/30/82 A 8 

S 2 7/30/82 A 8 

H 2 10/05/92 B I 

H 2 12/10/82 e 1 

S 2 12/13/92 3 5 



H 2 3/07/82 D 5 
H 2 5/24/82 B 6 
H 2 7/29/92 C 14 



H 2 1/26/82 S 1 U 

H 2 2/26/82 B 1 U 

H 2 6/02/92 a 1 •> U 

H 2 9/16/B2 B ITU 

H 2 9/28/82 B 1 U 

H 2 11/02/82 3 1 U 

H 2 1/31/82 E 2 P ■: 830 

H 2 4/29/82 C I P F B30 



H 2 11/19/82 A 14 

H 2 3/10/82 3 8 

H ? 0/12/82 A 5 

H 2 7/17/92 b 6 

S 2 3/16/82 A 3 



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H0NTHLY/4NNUAL IN06X 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



HESTER HELPS ON LEE COUNTY SCHOOL SURVEY 

HESTERt 00SEU4OY 

NUCLEAR FREEZE POSITION PERVERSE 

MESTTN. CHiRLETQN 

1983 aRTS CENTER OPENING WILL BRING OUT THE STARS 

HETHCOCK. JOANNE (RALEIGHi 

WOMAN LEAPS FROM 3RIDGE 

HETZEL. ?eTH lELON COLUEGEl 

SLON CaLL'=GS NAMES MANAGE" 

COLLEGE PLANS SCRAPPED AGAIN; SHE HAS GOT A TOWN TO RUN 

"EWETT. HARvFY J. r)R. (GREENVILLE) 

SETTLEMENT •'l,OE IN ASBESTOS SJ I T 

HEWETT. TONY (WILMINGTON) 

CRANE OPERATOR SAVED 2 LIVES. WITNESSES SAY 

HEWITT, KENNETH WAYNE "TEO" (BRUNSWICK) 

5 MEN ENTER GUILTY PLEAS IN PD T CASE 
30,000 LBS. OF PQT CONFISCATED IN BUST 

HEWITT, ROY CLYDE (BRUNSWICK) 

5 MEN ENTER GUILTY PLEAS IN PD T CASE 

HEWITT, WO?0US EARL 
OBITUARY 

HEYOEN, SIEGFRIED OR. 

OIJKF noCTOSS ADVOCATE RESTRICTING CHOLESTEROL 

TWO OUKE PROFS: REDUCING CHOLESTEROL STILL MAKES SENSE 

HIATT, CLYDE HARMON (MOUNT AIRY) 

N.C. MAN CHARGED IN GAMBLING "ROBE 

HIPEL, EONA 

HER WORK IS PRETTY BUT UNREAL 

HICKMAN, HERMAN 

POSTPONEMENTS WAY OF LIFE AT 30CKINGHAM 

HICKS, BEATRICE WHITLEY 
OBITUARY 

HICKS, DANIEL HOWARD 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUO BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-CDUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

HICKS, DANNY WAYNE (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

HICKS, DESCAL 
OBITUARY 

HICKS, DON 

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IMPERILED 
ISRAEL RIGHT TO RETILIATE 
ANNEXATION LAWS UNFAIR 

HICKS, KENNETH w. (STANLEYVILLE) 

REJECTED 3L00D CONOR FATALLY SHOOTS HIMSELF 

"ICKS. LORENZINA (GREENS30R0) 

BODY IS IDENTIFIED AS MISSING WOMAN 

HICKS, PAUL SPENCER 

MAN CUT IN ROBBERY TRY 

HICKS, STEVEN (BOONE) 

STRICKEN MAN TAKEN FROM GORGE 

MAN RESCUED FROM GORGE IS LISTED IN CRITI-CAL CONDITION 

HICKS, TERRY 

MAN FOUND IN CHAIR 

HICKSON, CONNIE RAY 

MAN KILLED IN LIBERTY ST. SHODTING 

HAN SLAIN NEAR POOLROOM 

JUDGE HAD JUST REDUCED SLAIN mjN'S JAIL SENTENCE 

NONf ARRESTED IN SHOOTING 

OBITUARY 

HIGGINBOTHAM, DON DR. 

FOOTBALL FANS FACE 'COLD TURKSY' TOMORROW 

HIGGINBOTHAM, E. 3. (CHAPEL HILL) 

OBITUARY 

HIGGIN=>OTHFM, A. LEON (JUDGE) 

JUDGE: KING'S IDEALS NEGLECTED 

HIGGINS, CAROLINE REID 

HIGGINS WINS AWARD TO SPEND YEAR IN JAPAN 
PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

HIGGINS, ED 

WORTHY CAUSE 

HIGGINS, JAMES 

HIGGINS STARS IN 'MISALLIANCE' 

GUEST STAR SPARKLES IN TALKY 'MISALLIANCE' 

HIGGINS, WILLIAM HENRY 
OBI ruARY 

HIGH. JAMES C. IWHITEVILLE) 

FBI PROPE: CORRUPT LABEL PR0DJCE5 IRE IN RESIDENTS OF COLUMBUS 

HIGH, LELIA WELLONS 
OBITUARY 

HIGH, LEONARD 

DEPUTIES CHARGE TWO WITH SIPHONING GAS 

HIGH, NINA G. 

SHE ENJOYS WORKING IN YARD 

"""'tiis; liir^} muniii "" =°"° "" w^'ssiDNERs 

CANDIDATE DOES NOT FAVOR HIGH=R TAX 

^!- HJS"! SUPPORTS WATER C SEWER FDR DURHAM COUNTY 

AL HIGHT SUPPORTS WATER i; SEWER FOR DURHAM COUNTY 



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PAGE 1«1 
1/17/83 


i 

P DATE C PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 3YL 




S 2 ll/2«/n2 C 10 


N 




H 2 5/11/32 A 4 


L 




H 2 5/0O/32 A 7 


N 




H 2 3/05/32 A 10 


N 




H 1 7/15/52 E 1 
H I a/23/92 3 1 


N 
P F L30 




H 2 7/l<,/32 a 6 


N 




H 2 6/12/32 A 3 


N 




H 2 6/10/B2 A 21 
H 2 11/29/82 A 1 


N 
N 




H 2 6/10/82 A 21 


N 




H 2 */2a/82 A 13 







H 2 6/02/82 A 1« 
S 2 6/03/82 A 10 


N W24 
N 




S 2 2/12/82 A 10 


N 




H 2 9/10/82 D 10 


R G68 




H 2 3/01/82 B 2 


N S91 




H 2 10/03/82 C 6 







S 2 6/04/82 A 1 
H 2 6/05/82 B 14 


N 
N 




H 2 12/29/82 A 10 







H 2 4/22/82 A 20 







H 2 3/05/82 A 4 
H 2 7/30/82 A 4 
H 2 9/14/92 A 5 


L 
L 

L 




H 2 10/20/82 A 9 


N 




H 2 9/10/82 A 10 


N 




H 2 7/12/92 B 1 


N 




H 2 2/08/92 A 13 
H 2 2/09/82 A a 


N 
N 




S 2 5/18/82 A 3 


N 




H 2 5/27/82 A 1 
S 2 5/27/82 C 1 
H 2 5/28/52 S 1 
S 2 5/23/92 C 1 
H 2 6/01/82 B 6 


N 454 

N 

N 351 

N 






S 2 9/25/92 A 3 


N U57 




H 2 4/20/92 B 6 







H 2 2/13/82 A 12 


N 




S 2 5/12/92 C 5 
H 2 5/13/82 C 10 P 


N 
N 




S 2 3/22/82 A 7 P 


P C56 




S 2 2/25/82 D 4 
H 2 2/26/92 DTP 


F A15 
R W66 




H 2 12/19/92 B 9 







H 2 3/15/82 A 1 " 


F G53 




H 2 10/11/92 C 6 







S 2 2/04/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 9/12/92 E 14 P 


U G7a 




H 2 1/13/82 3 1 P 
S 2 1/13/92 C 1 
S 2 1/14/32 C 1 
H 2 3/07/82 A 19 
H 2 5/28/82 A 16 o 


N 
N 
N 
A 
A 





MONTHLY/* 



N N U * L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



P»GE 142 
1/17/83 



QW6R T4X6S. FOR DURHAM COUNTY 



Ai wTrwT ^IIPPHHT'; LOWER TAXES FOR uukma-i \,uuni i i 

tl H GHT LISTENS TO THE CITIZiNS ON JATER AND SE-ER FOR 

S'i ciSSIoifllLEAi^N/sPENOING FOR COUNTY RACES 

Sight reports spending -ore t-ian incumbents 




DURHAM county... S 



""-^"lA^EIC.h'-iJN GiiEf up after RELEASING HOSTAGE 

HILL. ADA "AE RIDDLE ( H I LL SaOROUGHI 
OnlTUARY 

''"-'-\ids"haIe FLIES WHILE Eo»RO,;|eTs 

•^ETHESDA FEELING- DRAWS PRAISE 

""■'■'rIsTORE public HANGING 

HILL. ELOREO LEON ( HENCERSONVILLE 1 
"-'-'man RECEIVES DEATH SENTENCE 

CAMERAS GET TRY-OUT 

PHOTOS TAKEN !N COURTROOM 

HILL. FRANCES TREADWELL 
QPITUARY 

""'"'■'3'"0FFtCE'c0N0OMINIUM5 PLANNED IN DURHAM 

HILL. GEORGE WATTS , „, ,,, 

SCIFNi-E SCHOOL TAPS HILL ,,_. 
cUeRaSeN FILM CENTER'S FUND-RAISER 

ijlElw:^i?[^rd:ir^^L§SA;-?fii?RMj5°si^?HE BOARDS 



HERE'S TO GEORGE WATTS HILL 



ACID RAIN 




HILL. GERALD B. ILUM9ERT0NI ,„,r,r„r = 
OA OPPOSING COMMUTATION OF SENTENCE 
520 INMATES SENT HOME FOR HOLIDAYS 

MILL. I. F. MRS, 

PUQTOS SOUGHT FOR Y HISTORY 

HILL. IVAN R. CGREENVILLEl 

MUSCLE CITEO fqr 25X "IJE 
STATE EMPLOYEES POORLY PAID 

HILL. JAMES LEOH JR. IHILLSBHROUGHI 
CAR OVERTURNS ON GUESS ROAD 
2 CHARGED WITH t^REAKIMG INTO SCHOOL 
THIEVES TAKE «936 FROM SHOP 

""-'-• ■nl^ElsESi'-wifKS IN ON -OURNE^, S 

HILL. JOHN A. ICHAPEL HILL) 
TWO HONORED 

HILL. JOHN JP. (FRANKLIN CO.) ,. .„, 
WHY PICKERS PICK HILL RIDGE FARMS 

'^■'-'-•Mfig?tiElo''HKL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION AWARD WINNERS 

''■'-'-3d°??r„i2r!i0KING FOR MORE THRILLS 
HILL. LOPI ILITITZ. PA.l 

B3" sf5§E^fSA'li'^lJI RIDER ASSAULTED HER 
2 lOENTIFICATION PROCEDURES DISALLOWED 
JUDGE IS STUDYING lOENTIFICATION RULES 
OEFFNDAMT IDENTIFIED AS ASSAILANT IN TRIAL 



WEEK-LONG DUKE ASSAULT CASE 



STUDE'lT'ioENTiFIES^MAN'AS'ASSA ILANT 

JURY PONDERS ASSAULT CASE 

JURY'S 7UESTI0NS FORCE MISTRIAL IN 

C<SE ENDS IN MISTP lAL , ,.,. 

JURY STUDIES 1UKE ASSAULT CASj .,,,,,,- .,,, 

2N0 JURY DELISERATING DUKE COED ASSAULT CASE 

DELIBERATIONS CONTINUE ,,..„t 

2ND MISTRIAL DECLARED IN COED ASSAULT 

ninCE DECLARE'^ 'NO MISTRIAL FOR JENNETTE 

i^?i| 2 MISTRIaCS. -iN PLEADS GUILTY IN ASSAULT 

JENNETTE SENTENCE IN ASSAULT 

""-'-•RETIREO^rEACHFR hissing; blood splattered in HOME 

HILL. ROBERT LEON 

2 TEENS BEING HELD IN ROBBERY 

•^"-'-TElrs'-SEeS^^'aS'sTEALING GAS F. OM BUS 

■'"■'-•pp5"e1sOr"sAYS RELIGIOUS RIGHT EXTOLS TYRANNY 

"■^^•pJ^SSTAsl^N^Lrw S^F^^^Eis SUSPENDED 

""■'-'gEcJ&E iATTS HILL. BARON OF DURHAM, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARDS 



''""^'subcommittee gets tow CHANGES 
PROMOTIONS 

*'"-'-'cSu5t'^S"e" in' FAVOR OF BROWN LUNG VICTIM 

HILTON. EDITH VIRGINIA ' H I LLSBOROUS H I 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN F»C£S MyRDER LHAPGE 
SIn cSSRGED with KILLING ESTRANGED WIFE 



DATE 

6/ll/'"2 
6/l-'/82 
6/23/92 
6/2A/B2 
6/27/92 
6/28/82 
6/30/92 
6/30/92 
7/12/92 
7/13/32 



S 

E 

C PG 



I T 
L Y 

L P 



P N 



N 



351 

sa3 

BBl 

B81 
F30 
F30 



S 2 11/08/82 A 1 N 
H 2 2/11/82 C 19 



H 2 4/20/82 B 1 N 
S 2 4/20/82 A 5 N 



H 2 12/2D/82 A 4 



H 2 10/02/82 B 5 N 
S 2 9/30/82 A 1 N 
H 2 10/01/82 A 7 P N 



H 2 7/18/92 C 2 



S 2 6/12/82 A 20 P N 



S 2 


1/01/82 


C 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/01/92 


A 








H 2 


4/11/92 


A 


1 


G 




H 2 


4/24/92 


A 


1 






H 2 


4/25/92 





1 






H 2 


5/14/82 


A 








H 2 


5/25/92 


H 


8 


N 




H 2 


6/17/82 


A 


1 




^^.•i 


S 2 


6/17/92 


A 


1 






H 2 


6/19/92 


A 




E 




S 2 


10/27/82 


A 


1 






H 2 


12/23/82 


C 


9 


N 




H 2 


12/25/82 


3 


1 







S 2 4/13/82 A 4 L 

H 2 9/30/82 A 1 N 

H 2 10/18/92 A 4 L 

H 2 3/29/82 5 1 P P M66 

H 2 10/11/82 B 1 N 

S 2 10/11/92 C I N 

H 2 5/13/82 A 9 N 

H 2 2/12/82 8 P N 

H 2 6/28/82 C 5 N 

H 2 9/05/82 E 1 P F H45 

S 2 9/16/92 a 1 P F F25 



1/26/92 
1/25/82 
1/27/92 
1/27/82 
1/28/92 
1/29/82 
1/29/82 
1/30/92 
1/30/82 
4/01/92 
4/D2/''2 
4/02/92 
4/03/°2 
4/33/92 
6/25/82 
6/25/82 



1 
13 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
I 
10 



N 351 

N 

N 951 



H 2 12/22/92 C 5 N 

S 2 10/21/92 C 1 N 

S 2 3/02/82 B I N 

H 2 11/27/92 A 9 N 

H 2 5/29/82 C 12 N 

H 2 <,/29/92 D 1 » 3 >20 

S 2 4/21/82 CI M K90 

S 2 7/30/82 A J P P S76 

H 2 5/05/92 8 6 N 

S 2 4/30/92 A 1 N S19 

H 2 5/01/82 3 1 N 

H 2 5/01/92 3 3 



HONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 
1/01/62 - 12/31/82 



PAGE 143 
1/17/83 



STUDENT INDICTED IN SLAYING 

JURY INDICTS CH«PEL HILL STUDSNT IN 3AT DEATH 



HILTHN. JAWES H. 
FORMER M.C. 



STATE DEAN DIES 1-4 IOWA 



"ILTPN. MILLIA" 3E0T I H ILL S BOROUCH) 

HILLSSOROUGH "AN FACES "URDER CHARGE 

MAN CHARGED JITH KILLING ESTR«NGED WIFE 

STUDENT nOICTED IN SLAYING 

JURY INDICTS CHAPEL HILL STUDENT IN SAT DEATH 

HINCKLEY. JOHN J. JR.. 

SEIZURE OF HINCKLEY'S PAPERS EXPLAINED 

JUSTICE MAY 3E i^LINO; NEED IT BE LAME. TOO? 

JUSTICE DISPENSED SLOWLY ICiRTOONI 

TRIAL DELAYS PUZZLING 

SCALES UNBALANCED IN CRIMINALS' FAVOR 

INSANITY DEFENSE PLEA OUGHT T] BE ABOLISHED 

A FATHeR'S ANGUISH 

MIND OF AN ASSASSIN (CARTOONI 

PSYCHIATRIST SAYS HINCKLEY WANTED FAME 

HINCKLEY TRIAL SHOULD BRING CHANGE IN PLEAS 

HINCKLEY: SOME EXPECTED IT. OTHERS QUESTION IT 

INSANITY DEFENSE SAID DIFFICULT IN ^';^;''"" 

EXPERTS: GUILTY VERDICT LIKELY IN N.C. FOR HINCKLEY 

HINCKLEY TRIAL LEAVES TROUBLI-(G QUESTIONS 

HINCKLEY: WHAT — ME WORRY? ICARTOONI 

aiLL FILED TO END INSANITY DEFENSE 

RIGHTS OF SOCIETY TOO OFTEN IGNORED 

RIDICULOUS Extremes 

LAYMEN CAN'T JUDGE PSYCHIATRIC MATTERS 
MP. HINCKLEY'S RAVING 
MR. HINCKLEY'S 'HARDSHIPS' 
SO FAR, JUSTICE WORKS 

INDEFINITE CONFINEMENT FOR WOULO-BE ASSASSIN 
psychiatry: some call it the 'SHAM SCIENCE- 
PUBLICITY SEEKER 

CRIME FIGHT JUSTIFIED BUT OUTCOME DOUBTFUL 
HINCKLEY 'ANOMAGON DAMAGES PSYCHIATRY 
JUDGED BY THEIR THOUGHTS 

EXPERTS: HINCKLEY WOULD HAVE BEEN CONVICTED IN N.C. 
HIME. FRITZ 

DUKE FIRED WRONG OFFICIALS 

HINES. EDNA TURNER IMIAMI, FLA.l 
OBITUARY 

HINES. GLEN (WILSONI 

FOURTH PERSON CHARGED IN DEATH OF WILSON YOUTH 

HINES. JOE 

SSI OIRECTOO DEFENDS GREEN'S BODYGUARD 

HINES. WILLIAM ITILLERYI 

PRISONER ASKS FOR LETTERS 

HIMKLEY. JOHN W. JR. 

HE'S GOT IT TOO EASY 

HINNANT. DAVID 

LEAF FARMER MAKES PROFIT RUNNING FAMILY OPERATION 

HI'INANT. IRENE BAUCOM 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HINSDALE. ED (CHAPEL HILLI 

ED "INSDALE FILES FOR STATE SENATE 

ED HINSDALE SAYS HE'S EXHAUSTED, WITHDRAWS FROM N.C. SENATE RACE 

hinshaw, alma shelton 
obituary 

hinshaw, gertrude newman ( h illsborough i 
ob ituary 

hinson, ann speight iwag'ami 

joman gets life sentence for murder 

hinson. oavid floyd iwagram) 

woman gets life sentence for 1urder 

hinson, kyle ihillsboroughi 
obituary 

hinson, reid (chapel hilli 

sled occident hurts teen-ager 
youth injured while sledding 

hinton, alma cole tankersly (chapel hilli 

hinton, larry 5ev. 

msrchers seeking new route 

O.C. MARCH TO PASS through DURHAM 

HINTON, SAPAH ». (NASHVILLEI 
DIETETIC INFORMATION 

HINTON, WAYNE (BURLINGTON) 

TWO bURL INGTON MEN ARE SENTENCED FOR KIDNAPPING 
HIPP, JIM (TARBOPOl 

SILER CITY NAMES INTERIM MANA'ER 
HI'SCH, nE''ORAH 

study: BLACKS ACCUSED OF SEX IFFENSES FARE BETTER 

IS PLEA BARGAINING BENEFITING VICTIMS? °f i i CK 

study: CASE'S OUTCOME DEPENDS ON PRIN(:iPALS 

HEADLINE INFLAMMATORY '■".I'^'-l ALi 

HIPSCHAUER, BETTY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: ROSES REWARDED AND PREACHERS COME CHEAP 
HIRSCHMAN. CHARLES SR . 

LEAVE ISRAEL IN PEACE 

HISADA, ALICE IRALEIGHI 

CHICKEN CONTEST PRODUCES WINNERS... AS TURKEY COOKING CONTEST GEARS 
HITCHCOCK, ALFRED 

•LADY VANISHES' TO REAPPEAR 

HITCHCOCK, WILLIAM COOPER (CHARLOTTEI 



8/05/82 
8/D5/SJ 



I 

10 



N W36 

N 



H 2 1/16/82 



S 2 'i/3D/92 A 1 N S:9 

H 2 5/JI/82 a I N 

H 2 a/05/82 a 1 N W36 

S 2 8/05/82 A 10 N 



2/0<./82 
'./02/82 
'f/02/82 
4/03/32 
'i/08/82 
5/02/82 
5/15/B2 
5/17/82 
6/U/32 
6/12/82 
6/22/82 
6/23/62 
5/23/B2 
6/24/82 
6/2A/82 
6/24/92 
6/24/82 
7/03/82 
7/11/82 
7/12/82 
7/23/82 
3/12/82 
8/13/82 
8/22/B2 
9/16/82 
9/16/82 
9/20/B2 
9/24/92 
12/06/82 



S 2 U/26/32 A 4 L 

H 2 1/02/82 B 5 

H 2 11/29/82 A 3 N 

H 2 8/03/82 A I P N 

H 2 4/13/82 A 4 L 

H 2 10/12/82 A 4 E 

H 2 7/12/32 A 9 o F 



S 2 1/27/82 C 15 P 
H 2 1/23/32 C 16 



H 2 5/01/32 A 13 
H 2 5/11/82 B 1 



H 2 11/06/32 B 6 

H 2 7/27/82 B 9 

H 2 3/19/32 B 14 

H 2 3/13/32 3 14 

H 2 U/30/92 a 9 



S 2 1/15/32 A 7 
H 2 1/16/82 A 12 



H 2 2/07/82 C 2 



S 2 5/20/92 C 1 
H 2 5/21/32 B 1 



H 2 3/27/32 A 4 
H 1 2/10/92 C 1 
H I 4/16/32 B I 



H 2 11/07/92 A 1 

H 2 11/08/92 A 1 

H 2 11/09/92 A 1 

H 2 11/16/92 A 4 



N EOS 
N B81 



H 2 1/05/32 9 1 U 

H 2 7/17/92 A 4 L 

S 2 9/22/92 C I P F 

S 2 1/07/82 D 10 P u F25 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U i L 
1/01/82 



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U/3l/8i 



N » M E S 



PAGE 144 
1/17/83 



3 PEOPLE DIE IN CHARLOTTE HOUSE BLAZE 

HITCHINGS* GEORGE HERBERT OR. 

UNC SCHOOL If MEDICINE SHARDS 5 TRIANGLE MEN „,,„,, 

HITCHINGS. HORTON. CUMHING TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 

DUKE TO AWARD 6 HONORARY DECREES 

DUKE TO GIVE 6 HONORARY DEGREES 

UNC WILL PRESENT 3 HONORARY DEGREES 

HITES. 903 IPITTSaORni 

PITTSEQRO POST IS STILL OPEM 
PITTSBORO MAY GET A FACELIFT 

HITLER, ADOLF 

REMINISCENT OF HITLER 

H0P8S. DENISE ,,„^„ 

DEDICATED DEPUTY FIRED 

'*°^^^GUNsSoT''KaLS DURHAM MAN DURING STRUGGLE 
MAN DIES IN GIRLFRIEND'S TRAILER 
OBITUARY 

NO RULING YET IN DURHAM DEATH 
PROBE CONTINUES IN SHOOTING DEATH 

"""•"jEii^iS^^ISDUSTRY-S GOAL IS EXPANSION 

H0B8S. KATHERINE SMITH ICHAPEL H I LL I 
D*?ITUARY 

HOeaY, CARRIE HOLSCLAH .^.„_„ 

MRS. HOBBY, MOTHER OF N.C. LABOR LEADER 

HO'^aY, WALTER "WATT" RODERICK 
OBITUARY 

COUNCIL UPHOLDS DECISION TO EMO NIGHT BUS SERVICE 
FALSE-STATEMENTS TRIAL BEGINS TODAY 
OEAnLOCKED JURY ENDS TRIAL OF LOCKLEAR 

S°ErGf?lJfAL"'!ilL^"A?Tliir?. COLLECT ABOUT .300,000 

FEBr'^S^Z-'NfxfeN'fN'cHIK^IA^NE. SKYSCRAPER ON DURHAM HORIZON 

H^BBY SAYS HE CAN'T REP«Y JOBS FUNDS 

STATE WINS ACCESS TO CETA RECORDS 

EFFORTS BEGIN TO TRACK HOBBY JOBS-MONEY 

MRS. HOBBY, MOTHER OF N.C. LABOR LEADER 

STATE AFL-CIO CONVENTION OPENS TODAY IN CHARLOTTE 

HOBPY, LEVI LAWYERS CLAIM LAC< OF EVIDENCE 

LAWYER SAYS HOBBY DIDN'T INTEND MISUSE 

HOBGOOO, CAROLYN FRAZIER 
OBITUARY 

HOEGOOD, DAN C. 

RECEIVE AWARDS 
GENTLE CARE 

HO^'GOOD, HAMILTON 

JUDGE DISAVOWS HIS PHOTOGRAPH IN DA'S BROCHURE 
hOBGOOD u'^SURE about PICTURE 
JUDGE HOBGOOD HONORED 

HOBGOOO, ROBERT IJUOGEI 

f'>i§'^x?Jkb 0^^!ciSs''tSfE°cSSIf petition: judge denies all REQUESTS 

HOPGOOD, WILLIAM LANGHORNE "SMOKY" 
OBITUARY 

HOCKAOAY, DENNIS W, , , „,^, 

HOCKAOAY, EX-PASTOR AT FIRST 9APTIST, DIES 
REV. D.W. HOCKAOAY DIES 

HOCUTT, ROBERT 

N.C. OFFICIALS SAY DRUG LAW WD RK S 

PARAPHERNALIA LAW FACES TEST 

DOUG PARAPHERNALIA LAW RESULTS IN GUILTY PLEA 

HOOGE, BETTY MATACIA (SALISBUP.YI 
4 DIE IN WRECK 

'TISH' HODGE DIES A=TER AUTO '.RASH 
FOUR KILLED IN ACCIDENT IDENTIFIED 

HODGE, CARRIE LEE 
OBITUARY 

HOCGE, OAYTON C. 

TWO N.C. MEN SENTENCED TO DIE 

HOOGE, HALLIE MAF RILEY 
QPITUARY 

£0, UETTY HODGES WIN JOINT AWARD FOR JOURNALISM 
lETTTi^SG^s'KNnwroS^S.Mls's^^LE'i!. IN THE DURHAM MORNING HERALD 

HOCGES. CARL , „„ 

LEAF GROWERS READY •8^ CROP 
RAIN THREATENS TOBACCO CROP 

BLUE MOLD MAY YFT REACH STATE 

RAI^' PESTROYS tl.4 MILLION OF OURMAM' S TOBACCO CROP 

HODGES: L=AF HARVEST MAY BE ONE TO FQRGET 

HODGES GIVEN FIRST AWARD 

DURHAM EXTENSION CHIEF WINS FIRST JONES AWARD 

"°'"^"vic?'»i;SlSENlTF''??gi PLEADS GUILTY TO BID-RIGGING 
"ODGFS. ED 

ITg!?Si'?H'Af^r5HlT'VSE'LllTER SAID, AND HAVE I GOT PLANSI 

BREZHNEV OFTEN 'TAKING A REST' AT HIS RETREAT 

ED, BETTY HODGES WIN JOINT AWARD FOR JOURNALISM 

SYMPOSIUM DINNER 'STAGED AT STAGVILLE 

HODGES TQ BE WITH PRESIDENT 

CLOSE TO THE "RESIDENT 

ED HODGES: YOUR HAN AT THE SU"MIT! 

R-^AGAN HEADING SOUTH; HODGES SUING, TOO 

JET SKIDS: NONE HURT 

REPORTERS GRAB FQR STORIES IN 'ROAD SHOW' 

HODGES, FRANCES (BUNNLEVELI 



N E 
P 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 



H 2 1/14/82 D 



4/05/82 
4/25/82 
4/28/82 
5/01/82 



10 
17 



S 2 5/12/82 C 20 P N 



1/26/82 B 
4/27/82 C 



H 2 9/2B/82 A 



H 2 12/08/82 A 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



8/21/82 A 
3/22/82 C 
a/22/82 C 
3/23/82 A 
8/23/82 A 



H 2 10/22/82 A 4 E 

H 2 9/05/82 C 8 

H 2 9/01/82 A 11 

H 2 12/15/82 C 9 



H 


? 


1/D5/82 


A 


1 


H 


S 


? 


1/05/32 


1 


6 


N 


H 


? 


1/37/82 


A 


in 


N 


s 


7 


1/08/82 


c 




N 


H 




1/26/82 


A 






H 


^ 


2/20/82 


A 






H 


7 


2/22/82 


H 






S 


7 


4/12/82 


A 






H 


7 


5/27/82 


A 






s 


7 


7/19/82 


C 




N 


H 


7 


9/01/82 


A 


1 1 


U 


H 


7 


9/17/82 


P. 




N 


S 


7 


11/12/82 


A 






H 


2 


11/13/82 


A 







H 2 7/28/82 C 5 

S 2 5/06/82 A 12 P P T37 
H 2 8/22/82 D 4 L 

N 851 



H 2 5/13/82 a 1 
S 2' 5/13/82 C 1 
H I 9/23/82 a 1 



H 1 11/23/32 a 1 
H 1 11/25/82 B 1 



H 2 12/15/82 C 



N H60 
N H60 



H 2 12/24/82 B IPO 
S 2 12/24/82 S 3 



S 2 1/02/82 A 13 
H 2 3/D8/82 A 11 
H 2 6/30/82 A 11 



S 2 4/14/82 C a 
H 2 4/15/"2 A 14 
H 2 4/15/82 A 15 



H 2 5/13/82 A 19 



S 2 1/20/82 A 



H 2 12/17/82 C 12 



H 2 


5/04/82 


8 


1 


P 


N 




H 7 


5/11/82 


A 


6 




N 




H 2 


6/19/82 


A 


5 




A 




S 2 


3/12/82 


C 






N 


= 30 


S 2 


5/27/82 


A 






N 


Mio 


S 2 


6/15/82 


P. 






N 


"19 


S 2 


6/13/82 


A 






N 


M19 


S 2 


7/09/82 


1 






N 




H 7 


11/22/82 


A 


a 








S 2 


ll/22/'"2 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/31/82 


B 


5 




N 




H 2 


1/22/92 


A 


4 




U 


H49 


H 2 


4/10/"2 


H 




1 1 


U 




H 2 


4/25/82 


L 






U 


H',9 


H 2 


5/04/82 


« 






^' 




H 2 


5/11/82 


A 






N 




H 7 


5/3n/"2 


A 






N 




M 7 


6/12/»2 


A 






L 




H 2 


6/14/82 


A 


1 / 








H 2 


11/31/82 


A 






N 




S 7 


12/04/82 


A 










H 2 


12/20/82 


A 


b 




U 





■N^HHIH^^ 



MO^^THLY/A N-^) U A L INDEX 8 Y NAMES PAGE 1*5 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 1/17/93 



6 PEOPLE OIE, TEMPERATURE RECORDS TUMBLE AS COLD GRIPS N.C. 

HQnGES. "ARRV (ROXBOROI 
VANDALISM VICTIM 

HOOGFS. LUTHER H. JR. 

HODGES RAPS EEC OM PROBE 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SAYS MAN CLEARED 

RECORD PENALTY LEVIED BY EEC 

HOOGES. MARY LLOYD 

VANCE PLAYER SHOOTING FOR STATE GIRLS SINGLES TITLE 
DUKE GETS NCAA TOURNEY ^ ID 

■JQDGESt RAYMOND CRANK SR. 
OBITUARY 

"OCGES. ROBERT (DUNNI 

FORMER MANAGER OF HOTEL CONVICTED 

HODGES. STEPHEN TEMPLETON (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

HODGKINS. NELSON (GREENSBOROI 

SOME FIRMS HAVE COUNSELING SERVICES 

HOOSDON. NICHOLAS EDWARD I 'J INSTON-S ALEM I 
•THE TROUBAOOUR' SINGS HAY INTO PAST 

HODSON. ANDREW K. OR. 

OUKE RESEARCHER TO STUDY CELLS THAT MAY BE MS LINK 
RESEARCHER SETS GRANT TO STUDY MS 

HODSON. RONALD OR* 

PROFESSOR TO BUILD AOUACULTURE GREENHOUSE 

HOELZ. RON REV. (WILSONI 

,<ILSQN "AN CAN RUN IN PRIMARY 

HOFF, 3RUCE 

BRUCE HOFF SAYS... I SUPPORT RON STEPHENS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

HOFFFCKER, STEVEN K. (RALEIGH) 
MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

HOFFMAN, ABBIE 

HOFFMAN TO TALK AT DUKE 

HOFFMAN TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

HOFFMAN BLASTS LANDFILL 

HOFFMAN: STATE HAS BAD IMAGE 

HOFFMAN'S RARE VISITS ARE ALL TOO FREOUENT 

LISTENING TO A LOSER 

CREDIBILITY LOST 

HOFFXAN, LEROY 

SCHOOLS APPOINT OPERATIONS CHIEF 

HOFFMAN, MARK (KINGS MOUNTAIN! 

N.C. M4N HAS r-ONE TO THE BIROS 

HOFFMAN, RICHARD OR. 

DOCTORS WON'T AID DEFENSE PLANS 

HOFFMAN, RODNEY LYNN 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

HOFF'.AN, ROLF 

PONIES FENCED ONLY BY NATURE 

HOFSTETT^R, GARY 

WHEN ALL'S SAID AND DONE, HE FINISHED 

HOGAN, BERNICE ROSS HACKNEY 
OBITUARY 

HOGAN, FRANK LAYMON 
OBITUARY 

HOGAN, JUDY (CHAPEL HILL) 

COURSE FOR MRITFRS TO BEGIN MARCH 24 
HELP FOR NEW WRITERS HERE 

HOr.AN, R. FRED 
OBITUARY 

HOGLANC, KAREN 

A LOOK AT ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ART 

HOKE, JAMES OR. (RTF) 

PPOSTHODONTICS : TWO SPECIALISTS TRY PRIVATE VENTURE 

HOLBROtlK, HAL (ACTOR! 

MARK TWAIN TONIGHT 

HAL HOLRROOK'S TWAIN: CRITIC, POET AND GROUCH 

HOLCOMO, CAROL J. 

<, NAMED TO STUDENT GROUP 

HOLDEN, R. WAOE JR. (WAKE CO.) 

LONELY BUFFALO TAKES TO WOODS 

HOLDEN, REUBEN A. (ASHEVILLEI 

COLLEGE OFFERS FINANCING PACKAGE FOR STUDENTS 

HOLDEN, SUZANNE MESTBROOK 

EX-WOMEN'S EDITOR OF HERALD IS DEAD 

HOLDEN, WILLIER JACKSON 
OP I TUARY 

"OLDER, EVA DELL 
OBITUARY 

HOLDER, JOHN 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH BURGLARY 

HOLDER, PATRICIA GAIL (SANFORO) 

OURHA- YOUTH. 17, TWO WOMEN CITED IN SANFORO SLAYING 
2 MORE CHARGED IN CONVENIENCE STORE 1URDER 

HOLDERNESS, HAYWOOD D. JR. 
'WE CARE TOGETHER' 

HOLEM, JANET 

TRIANGLE J LOOKS AT EDUCATION 



1 

P DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 


H 2 1/12/82 A 


1 


N 


H 2 11/20/82 A 


4 


L 


S 2 1/03/82 A 
H 2 2/05/82 A 
H 2 12/21/B2 1 


5 
9 

8 


N 
N 
N 


H 2 11/07/82 3 
H 2 11/12/62 C 


8 
2 


N 
N 


H 2 7/04/82 C 


4 





H 2 2/27/82 A 


5 


N 


H 2 1/25/82 B 


7 





H 2 3/22/82 A 


1° 


N 


H 1 6/11/82 8 


I 


N 


S 2 3/03/"2 A 
H 2 3/04/82 C 


15 
6 


N 

N 


S 2 12/31/82 A 


6 


F 


S 2 5/13/82 C 


7 


N 


H 2 5/27/82 A 


22 ' 


' A 


H 2 5/14/82 A 


7 


N 


H 2 10/26/82 A 
S 2 0/26/32 A 
S 2 0/27/82 A 
H 2 0/23/82 C 
S 2 0/2''/a2 A 
H 2 11/02/82 A 
H 2 11/12/82 A 


11 N 
10 N 

8 N 

9 P N 
4 E 

4 £ 

5 L 


H 2 10/12/82 B 


I 


1 


S 2 5/14/82 A 


6 P 


' F 


H 2 4/09/82 A 


4 


L 


S 2 6/04/82 A 
H 2 6/05/82 B 


1 
14 


N 

N 


H 2 6/29/82 A 


6 


N 


H 2 10/24/82 B 


I P 


U 


H 2 12/04/32 C 


4 





H 2 6/13/82 C 


4 





H 2 3/09/82 A 
S 2 10/07/82 


1 1 

4 P 


N 

F . 


H 2 12/30/82 A 


17 





S 2 9/23/82 


2 P 


F I 


H 2 9/12/82 A . 


21 P 


F 


H 2 1/29/82 
H 2 2/05/82 


1 P 
9 " 


F 
R i 


j 2 7/19/32 A 


7 


N 


^ 2 4/08/82 A , 


:3 


N 


; 2 4/22/82 A 1 


15 


N 


t 2 1/17/82 C 


2 





1 2 2/09/82 3 


9 





< 2 2/22/82 3 


7 





; 2 5/10/82 A 


3 


N 


( 2 7/10/»2 A 
; 2 7/10/82 A 


1 

3 


N 

N 


1 2 12/21/82 A 


4 


L 


; 2 12/27/82 C 


1 


N E 



MONTHLY/''* 



NU4L INOEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/32 



NAMES 



04TE 



PAGE 146 
1/17/83 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P 



HOLE»»N. J4MSS 
OBITUARY 

MOLLANO. AARON "CAP" 
03ITUARY 

HOLLAND. ANNIE JANE 
Q9ITUARY 

"°'-'-'seJiOUS -AKE-BELIEVE: panel C3NSI0E'S impact CF HAZARDOUS -ASTE. 
OURMAM'S WATcR NEEDS NOT HURTING OTHERS 

''°'-^"i?<lxii^»U'TS niL .EPROCESSING 

''°'-'-^HOL!ol"3LUES 8?GIN AS SEASON WINDS DOWN 

-°^^*?;;;,9^??? i^ol:L"^ia^rESl ^J^^SoFc'ilp'i^'pERsoNs 

""'•'-'"pSiHifikUrARE HER PASSION 

M0LL4M0. MARY LOUISE 
09ITUARY 

HOLLANDt RONALD 'CAR^SOROl 

OUftMAM DEPUTY GOES TO PIRE, 

MQLLANO. ROV PREST"N 
aeiTUARY 

''°'''P^?PrL?<°kt^''2R6r?N-SiI!^i;/H-n'?eiNO NUM3ER ONE AT U.VA. 

arbisvi^T-j^is^ro^s'yi^jfsiSs^h^^^F&Lf""/^ ^^„ 

VIRGINli'SH0Ll[jH5 REPEATS AS ACC'S COACH OF THE YEAR 
DUKE OPENS SPRINi DRILLS: HOLLAND GETS ACC HONOR 

HOLLAND. ZURA JNOERWOOO 
09I''U»RY 

HOLLAR. JA-E5 GREGriRY ( LEND IP I 
5 CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING 

HOLLAR. "ICHAEL DO'JGLaS (LENOIRI 
5 CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING 

hQLLEMAN. JOE 

CHARACTERS: DOWNTOWN 

'°'"''HhlM':!o'8r^SoGgA;"Tj'c5NTINjE DESPITE CUTS 
riOLL6"AN, ,HITE ATTEND CONFERENCE 



CHASES CAR 



<AS HAD ITS SHARE 



SO SHE'S JDVE'TISING 



"OLL'MAN. TERRI 

JOBS ARE TIGHT, 

HOLLIMAN. JENNIE DR. 
OBITUARY 

HOLLIMAN. \(6LMA LEE (JOHNSON CITY. TENN.l 
Q?ITUARY 

HOLLiNGs. ERNEST ^||:!5{0P ' . s,,,,^ ^ °;!'=;j^2;; »F V " 

S.C. SENATOR PROMOTES HIS BUDGET PROPOSALS 

A SOUND SOLUTION 

leTTE" ^.TSUCX WRONG NERVE 

SENATOR SAYS =EDERAL DEFICIT "UST BE CUT 

HOLLINGSWORTH. HARRY 

AP COUNCIL ELECTS PRESIDENT 
FRUSTRATIONS OF A NEwS ADDICT 

HOLLINSHEAP, w. HENRY 
IP7 30.-1ES? 

hOLL'^HAN. O.P- 

OURMAM LIENS LISTED 

HOLLOMAN. ROSALIND 0. DR. 

2 :JAMED TO NCCU FACULTY 

HOLLOWAY. ALBERTA SCARBOROUGH 
OBITUARY 

"°'-'-=?.rRi.2'JiiEMrESig''lN FLORIDA MAGAZINE 

-°l-'-^?iI^ £t?'VliilR C3URTING 



'HANGING OUT" TOGETHER 



"""'i^b^SSlRPj^AllSAj'J^SES'I^NlEi^Jtb'llllKlESnF FEDERAL BANK 
gL"A'c4'^SlN!k^fo"R"S?,l?%3"suV.?i?§^^^?RV.CCU 

liJcRicNCE, Management <ey to nccu chancellor 

PANEL MULLS NEW CHANCELLOR 

HOLLOWAY. ISSAC LEVE3N 

2 SHOT CN ROXBQRO ROAD 

2 SHOT AT ROXPO°0 AND CLUB 

SHOOTT^JG VICTIM REMAINS STABL: 



HOLLOWAY. JEWEL 
J9ITUARY 



HOLLOWAY. JOHN 
DPITUARY 



'ARTIN 



'-°'-LOWAY, .ENNETH^^j^^ ARREST IN S.AYING OF DURHAM M.N 
TMREe"-'CRF ARE CHARGED WITH MIROE' 
5 ARRFSTEn IN MURDER 
3 FREED IN SMITH SHOOTING 

HOLLOWAY. ROBERT OBE 
OBITUARY 

HOLLOWAY. WALTER FRANKLIN 



H 2 12/23/02 C 10 
H 2 2/21/92 C «. 
H 2 4/25/92 C 2 



H 2 1/31/92 D 10 
S 2 7/3D/S2 C 1 



N F7e 
N "23 



N F30 



S 2 5/22/92 A 3 

S 2 1/06/92 A 3 F 

S 2 9/11/92 A 3 P F M23 

H 2 1/12/92 E 1 P F 556 

H 2 11/16/92 e ■? a 

H 2 7/29/'"2 A 7 S 

H 2 2/10/92 C 9 



H 2 2/26/P2 C 3 N 

H 2 3/02/92 e 3 P N 

H 2 3/03/92 8 3 N 

S 2 3/05/92 D 1 P P 

S 2 3/15/92 D 7 N 

H 2 3/16/92 a 3 N 



H 2 6/23/32 8 9 

H 2 4/26/32 A 9 N 

H 2 4/26/92 A e N 

H 2 10/D3/82 C 1 ° U L57 



H 2 3/03/92 A 15 
S 2 3/05/92 A 1 
S 2 3/24/92 A 10 



M 2 6/10/92 A 11 
H 2 2/10/92 C 9 
H 2 10/06/92 C 6 



S 2 2/15/82 A 4 

H 2 2/16/92 A 9 

H 2 3/04/32 A 5 L 

H 2 6/30/92 A 6 N 

H 2 7/23/92 A 12 = N 



N K90 
N 

N L41 




E 



H 2 9/23/82 A 
H 2 12/05/82 D 



N 

U H59 



H 2 7/16/92 A 5 L 

H 2 9/l2/'"2 A 9 N 

S 2 9/21/92 A 5 N 

H 2 5/17/92 3 6 

H 2 9/29/92 D 1 P F 

H 2 4/11/92 £ 2 P F H45 



S 2 l/25/»2 A 5 N 

H 2 1/29/P2 A 22 N 

S 2 3/10/92 C 1 N F30 

H 2 3/11/92 A 21 N W24 

S 1 3/11/32 CI "• =55 

S 2 9/16/82 C 1 N -23 



S 2 1/12/92 A 1 
H 2 l/13/°2 9 1 
S 2 l/13/''2 C 1 



H 2 10/24/92 C 2 
H 2 1/23/82 3 6 



S 2 7/15/92 A 1 N 505 

H 2 7/16/92 2 5 N 

S 2 7/16/92 6 1 N 

H 2 7/24/92 e I ■: 351 



H 2 9/10/«2 C 7 



640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 147 

l/Ol/aZ - 12/31/32 1/17/83 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L » in. 

4 Sl-ITHY RECALLS HIS TRADE H 2 5/16/32 C 1 P U L57 

MOLLYDAY, FREOFRIC 3. ". 

DUKF PROFESSaR P. hOLLYOAY TIES S 2 10/25/'"2 C 6 a 

HOLLYOAY. FORUEP OUKE POOPESSnR H 2 10/26/92 3 9 

HOLM. JEANNE (RETIREO A.F. GENERALI 

rlCL" SEES CHANGING ROLE FOR UDMEN IN "UITARY S 2 11/1I/92 C 11 M 

HOLHAN. "ENNIE OOELL 

OBITUARY H 2 7/27/82 =90 

HOLMAN. C. HUGH OR, 

0°. HOLMAN'S SOAO H 2 1/09/32 A 4 C 

HOLMAN. CHARLES 

M»N STABBED SEVERAL TIMES H ' 5/07/92 8 I N 

STAB VICTIM SATISFACTORY S 2 5/07/82 C 1 N 

HOLMAN. JAMES OR. 

•TEST-TUBF SABY- CLINICS INCREASE. ARE SUCCESSFUL S 2 10/16/82 A 1 1 

HQLMFS. CRAIG JR. ILOUISBURGI 

2 MEN. AIRPLANE STILL MISSING H 1 1/07/92 B 1 N 

2 FOUND OEAO AFTER PLANE CRASH H 2 l/03/»2 A 1 H 

PROBE OF PLANE CRASH SHOULD BE FAST S 2 1/08/82 C 1 N 

HOLMES. CRYSTAL 

AWARDS NIGHT H 2 4/21/82 I P P R91 

HOLMES. EDWARD 4. OR. 

TEAM TO RUN MEDICINE DEPARTMENT H 2 2/27/82 B 1 N 

HOLMES. KIMBERLY OALE ( R03ERS0NV ILL E I 

FIVE DIE IN N.C. TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS S 2 2/15/B2 C 5 N 

HOLMES. LARRY 

CRENSHAW: COONEY PACKS TITLE 'UNCH 5 2 6/10/82 B 1 P U 019 

WITHOUT HIS LEFT, COONEY'S IN TROUBLE S 2 6/14/32 2 U 019 

HOLMES. MARY HAYES BARBER (PITTS30?3I 

FOUR WOMEN VYING FOR UNC 90ARO SEAT H 2 2/09/32 A 9 N G53 

HOLMES. PARRIE LEE ( G I P SONVI LLE 1 

WIFE OF 'HERALO' REPORTER DIES H 2 5/06/32 A 19 

HOLMES. ROBERTA WOMACK 

a''I7UARY H 2 3/01/92 C 4 P 

HQLMFS. WILLIS WALTER JR. 

DURHAM M4N ROBBED ON PORCH S 2 6/14/32 A 7 N 

HOLSENPECK. ORYANT 

BETTY BELL PAINTINGS 'EMPHATI:' H 2 4/16/»2 D 3 P U G68 

A CRAFT THAT 'OFFERS 3UICK REWARDS': BASK ETHE AV ING H 2 10/03/82 E 1 P F 830 

HOLSHOUSER. FANNIE ISANFOROI 

CLERK SHOT TEAD IN SANFORO STIRE H 2 7/03/32 A 1 N 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM TEEN IN SANFORO WOMAN'S SLAYING S 2 7/09/32 A 1 N U57 

DURHAM YOUTH, 17. TWO WOMEN CITED IN SANFORO SLAYING H 2 7/10/32 A I N 

2 MORE CHARGED IN CONVENIENCE STORE MURDER •• ' " ^ | y,{^',^i J , m 

DOUGLAS CAPLAN GETS 20 YEARS IN PRISON H 2 7/29/92 A I N =51 

CAPLAN GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE S 2 7/29/82 A 12 N 

HOLSHOUSER. JAMES 

EX-GOVS. TO FIGHT FOUR-YEAR TERMS H 2 1/01/92 A 6 N 

GROUP TO OPPOSE FOUR-YEAR TERM S H 2 1/07/92 A 1 P N G53 

N.C. NEEDS FOP FUTURE OUTLINED H 2 4/29/92 C I' N 

FIRST COLONY SCL SAID VULNERABLE TO TAKEOVER H 2 11/11/82 A 6 N 

HOLSONBACK. RANDY WAYNE 

FOUR ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES IN RAID H 2 9/04/92 3 1 N 

P-LICE ARREST FOUR ON DRUG CHARGES H 2 9/05/32 C 1 N 

FOUR IN DURHAM ARRESTED FOR D^UGS H 2 9/06/82 A 3 N 

H0LS0N»ACK. RENA PATE 

OBITUARY H 2 9/06/82 B 6 

HOLSTI. OLE R. 

TWO FLAWED CANDIDATES H 2 11/01/32 A 4 L 

HOLT. 3RAN0I MICHELLE (CARYI 

FATHER. DAUGHTER FUNERAL TUESDAY H 2 3/09/82 B 7 

HOLT. Charlie Clyde jr. icaryi 

FATHER, OajGHTER FUNERAL TUESDAY H 2 3/09/32 3 7 

HOLT. FuRHAN D. 

08ITUARY H 2 7/05/92 9 7 

HOLT. GEORGE 

SMITHSONIAN JOINING STATE UNIT IN FESTIVAL H 2 5/25/32 A t N W66 

HOLT. HARVEY 

ELON LANDS HOLT 5 2 3/05/92 D 2 P P -66 

HOLT. JAMES S. CSANFORO) 

DEPUTY FILES FOR LEE SHERIFF H 1 l/09/»2 B 1 N 

SHERIFF DEMOTES LEE CHIEF OEPJTY fj 1 2/05/92 5 1 N 

LEE COUNTY DEPUTY IS GRANTED LEAVE S 1 3/10/»2 B 1 N 

FORMER LEE SHERIFF DEFEATED IN RUNOFF S 2 7/28/92 A 12 N 

NEW LEE COUNTY SHERIFF WON'T ^IRE INCUMBENT H 2 12/06/92 B 1 N M27 

HOLT, JANE OURLINGTONI 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT H 2 2/11/82 A 6 N 

HOLT, LOIS 

TRIBUTE TO SAM RAGAN H 2 3/24/32 A 4 L 

LEAF: BENDING. SWEATING. BLISTERS S 2 7/31/31 A 4 L 

HOLT. MARGUERITE OVERTON 

OBITUARY H 2 7/17/32 8 6 

HOLT. MICHAEL (HOT SPRINGSI 

TWO HIKERS ATTACKED H 2 6/01/92 A 1 ■> N 

AUTHORITIES SEEK 3 PERSONS IN ASSAULT S 2 6/01/32 3 7 N 

HOLT, 0. 8. "MIL3" 

CnwROY FILMS TO BE SHOWN H 1 1/2Q/32 a 1 N 

COWBOY FILMS ROUNDED UP FOR SHOWING H 1 4/14/92 BIN HAO 

IT'S COWBOY FILM TRAIL TIME AGAIN H I 3/24/92 3 I N H60 

HOLTON. DEAN 

YULE MAIL PLANS GIVEN 5 j 11/20/32 A3 N S83 

HOLTON. GERALD OR. 



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1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



PACE 1*3 
1/17/83 



HARVAPO PHYSICIST TO SPEAK AT OUKE 
PYYSICIST LECTURES AT OUKE 

"°'"^^KIFFIN LOH-«EYS UNC-STATE RIVALRY 

"°'-"5Se*jSSSSA,l?rT"ts"'cnVERING TR.C< EVENT TOR GERMANY 

HQMEYCUTT, CHASLIE EHyARD 

OURHAH HAN HELD IN ASSAULT 

I Au nPFTTFRS SCORE RECORD DRUj 3UST 

LIST ^FTmSsE ARRESTED IN 2-CDUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

"""""SpItP^ON^GsED on PREPPIES. GALLEY GIRLS 

HONRIME, HUSH (SAMPSON COUNTYl 
FARM6CS FACE BANKRUPTCY 

"°°°*GROUp"cR'uNeMPLOYEO FORMS 

^cg^RTER'S FEATURE IS -EXCELLENT WORK- 

naOD. MERCER L ETHEL IGOLOSBCROt 

HOUSE FIRE IN GnLDSBORQ KILLS COUPLE 

'^°'^''*UN'lTEn WAY "AY SCREEN AGENCIES' STATEMENTS 
pcQpLC KEEP FESTIVAL GOING 

three'resign legal aid board 

THREE LEGAL AID BOARD MEMBERS OUIT 

hooker. JOHN LEE 

HOOKER TO PERFORM 

HOOKS. 3ENJAMIN 

HIS GOOD FRIEND 

HOOVER. OAN CALVIN JR. , „^^^ 
EIGHT TO FACE DRUG CHARGES 

HOOVER. HERBERT „^^„, 
FDR'S ViORDS VS. DEEDS 

HOOVER. JOHN ALLEN l"E9ANEI 

2 MEBANE TEENAGERS KILLED IN »RECK 

HOPE. C. C. JR. (FIRST UNION NATI0;4AL BANK) 
SWEEPING CHANGES SEEN IN BANKS 

hopkins. dick 

ouSe's'*hopkins''5ays blue devils ^ell conditioned 
§L",^F^s'SEFE'^^iv"'^SES??oK^''F|;jaiNG encouraging answi 

DUKE'S nEFENSE MOVING IN ^RONG DIRECTION 
DUKE TACKLES ITS WI3ES -ITH DEFENSIVE SPUNK 

HOPKINS. FRANKLIN 

GUNSHOT KILLS DURHAM -AN 

MAN SHOT TO DEATH 

POLICE «RPEST MAN IN MURDER 

OBITUARY 

HOPKINS. JAMES THOMAS ,^ ^ 
DURHAM MAN MELD IN LARCENY 
MAN CHARGED KITH LARCENY 

HOPKINS. JETHRO ODELL JR. , „ ,„ 
4 ARRESTED IN GAMBLING RAID 
SHOP "AID NETS FOUR 
MAN FACES DRUG COUNTS 

HOPKINS. MARK (CALIF.. 19TH CENTURY I 
HOPKINS FORTUNE CLAIMANT DIES 

HOPKINS. PFRCY "FUZZY" 
OBITUARY 

HOPKINS. THOMAS LLOYD 
■3PITUARY 

HOPPER. WILLIAM (GRANVILLE CO. 1 

L'ViYEP "ELIEVES GRANVILLE BOA-fD VIOLATED LAW 

HOPSON. LORENA HILL 
OPITUARY 

HOPSON. ROBERT LEWIS 
OBITUARY 

"'^"'''m^.c''.'"fduCAT1R urged for COMMUNITY COLLEGES POST 
SEARCH COMMITTEE APPOINTED 

HORN. JOHN C. 

BUDS AND SPRING 

"O^N.^SHIRLIY^IENTERTAINERI^ ^^^^^^_^ ^^^^ IMPRESSES 

HORNAOAY. SALLIE IRENE MCCAULEY 
OBITUARY 

HORNBUCKLE. ERNEST CHARLES JP. 
OBITUARY 

HQRNE. LENA 

SCRATCHING A SHOW 

HOPNE. MAGGIE BAKER 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

HORNER. JAMES (CHATHAM CO. I 
ESCAPEE 3ELIEVE0 ARmJD 

HORNFR. JOHN 

TAX PAYMENTS AHEAD OF 



HORNER. SAOIE 
OBITUARY 



80 
(CHAPEL HILL) 



N E 
P 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



H 2 3/28/82 C T N 

S 2 3/30/82 CBN 

S 2 10/12/82 B 2 P F 018 

S 2 6/25/82 C I P F EOS 



H 2 1/D7/82 C 10 
S 2 ()/0<./82 A 1 
H 2 6/D5/=2 5 lA 



H 2 10/18/82 A 5 
S 2 6/23/82 C lA 



S 2 2/12/82 B I 
S 2 2/17/82 A 4 



H 2 1/26/82 A 11 



H 2 12/01/"2 B 1 N C19 

S 2 2/15/82 C 1 P N 971 

M 2 12/1A/82 A 1 N 351 

S 2 12/16/82 A 15 N 



S 2 8/l'5/82 D 12 N 

H 2 5/2''/82 A A E 

H 2 11/23/82 A 9 N 

H 2 6/23/82 A A E 

H 2 7/25/82 C 1 N 

H 2 11/14/82 Oil N 



H 2 2/07/82 B 3 P F S91 

H 2 8/20/82 C 3 N 

S 2 3/23/82 3 P U D18 

H 2 9/22/82 C I P P S91 

S 2 10/05/82 D 1 P y 018 

H 2 10/21/82 2 P F C52 



S 2 9/25/82 A 1 N 

H 2 9/26/82 C 1 N 

S 2 9/27/82 C I N 

H 2 9/28/82 A 11 P 



S 2 10/28/82 C 1 
H 2 10/29/82 C 5 



H 2 2/02/82 3 5 
S 2 2/02/32 A 7 
S 2 7/29/82 A 12 



H 2 4/23/92 B 5 

H 2 11/21/82 C 10 

H 2 2/04/82 C 16 

H 1 4/15/82 3 1 

H 2 10/15/B2 C 5 

H 2 3/26/82 C 10 



H 2 12/22/82 A 14 
H 2 12/24/82 C 3 



H 2 3/23/82 A 4 

H 2 11/05/82 D 9 

H 2 11/02/82 3 9 

H 2 3/25/92 C 16 

H 2 10/25/82 A 4 



H 2 10/27/82 C 6 
H 2 10/23/82 A 14 



H 1 9/24/82 3 
H 2 1/19/82 A 
H 2 1/05/82 3 



N 
N 

N 
N 
N 







N L30 





N 
N 



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H 2 1/10/82 D 2 P B L30 



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1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



B V NAMES 



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THEIR TINTINNAaULATION INTERRUPTED 



MORTON, CANDY (RiLEIGHI 

BRACELET SAID STOLEN AT STORE 

HOPTON* CHARLES HOWARD (LOUISBURGI 
MAN CHARGED IN STTRE CJPE 
ADDITIONAL BURNING CHARGES «RS PILED 
;1AN IS SENTENCED POR SETTING P IRSS 

NORTON, *=THAN 

EXPERIENCE HORTON'S ONLY DEFIIIENCY AT TB 

MORTON, PVELYN JOHNSON 
OPITUARY 

MORTON, MAflLTON (SENATORl 

«CULO YOU RATHER SEE GOLDENROT GR GOLDEN ARCHES? 

MORTON, HOWARD 

THE BELLS, BELLS. 

MORTON, JESSIE WIGGINS 
OPITUARY 
OBITUARY 

MORTON, JOHNNY CLEVELAND (LOUISBURGI 
TWO MEN CHARGED IN TRACTOR THEFT 

HORTON, JULIAN S. 

LITTER GOES BEYOND BOTTLES 

MORTON, "YLES P. 

HITCHINGS, HORTON, CU-'MING TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES 
UNC .<ILL PRESENT 3 HONORARY DEGREES 

HOPTON, VOSSIE 

BUSINESS LOOKING UP IN JORDAN LAKE AREA 

MQSEA, RUFUS HAYWOOD "BOB" 

RETIRED LIGGETT EXECUTIVE DIE': 
HOSEA, 69, CIVIC LEADER, EXECUTIVE 
DURHAM LOSES PINE CITIZEN 
MR. HOSEA WILL BE MISSED 

MOSKIN, MARY ANO ROB 

TO PARENT OR NOT? THAT WAS THE OUESTION 

MOSTPTTLER, AGNES PREUOENBERG 

PROFESSOR IS CHRISTMAS BAKING ARTIST IN THE GERMAN TRADITION 

MOUCHINS, CARTER 

KEPT APART: FINALLY THEY WILL BE TOGETHER 

HOUGH, JERPY DR. 

OUKE PROFESSOR TO SPEAK ON NUCLEAR ARMS RACE 

HOULIHAN, ALICE BALSONI (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

MOUPT, JEFFREY L. OR. 

DUKF NAMES OR. MOUPT ACTING CHAIRMAN OF DEPARTMENT 
PSYCHIATRIST TO DISCUSS MIND'S EFFECT ON BODY 

MOUSF, ABBY 

AUNT ABBY HOUSE WAS AN ANGEL OF MERCY 

MOUSF, GEORGE ROBERT 
OBITUARY 

MOUSF, GEOPGF ROBERT jp . (PORTSMOUTH, VA.I 

FOR"EO DURHAM OFFICIAL IS KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 
PORTSMOUTH OFFICIAL KILLED IN CRASH WAS DURHAM NATIVE 
G.R. HOUSE JR., FORMER OFFICIAL 
PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING , . 

MOUSE, JUANITA BUNTING 
OBITUARY 

HOUSTON, OANIEL A. (RALEIGH) 

GPOUPS PROTEST KLAN DEMONSTRATION 

HOWARD, CLARENCE SHELDON (MT. OLIV=] 

MINISTER GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR MURDER 

HOWARD, PAVID H. (CHAPEL HILLJ 

EX-AUTO EMPLOYEE AWARDED t50,000 
MAN WINS SUIT AGAINST CHRYSLE' 

HOWARD, DERRICK 

DURHAM MAN STABBED IN PRISON 

HOWARD, FRANK 

FORD, HOWARD TWO PEAS IH AN ALABAMMER POO 

HOWARD, LYNN C. (RALEIGHI 

5iSI^^ ^'"^ SLAIN HAN WAS VICTIM OF POLICE BRUTALITY 
PBOBE MAY BE CALLED FOR RALEIGH SHOOTING 
PROSECUTION NOT PROPOSED FOR POLICEMAN 

HOWARD. MARY ANNA ( W I NST0N-SALEM1 
OBITUARY 

HOWARD, MARY LEE 

WOMAN CHARGED IN STABBING DEATH 
ARGUMENT SPARKS STABBING DEATH 
WOMAN GETS 5-YEAR TERM IN FEB. SLAYING 
WOMAN GETS 5-YEAR TERM FOR STABBING 

HOWARD, WESLEY J. (N.C. STATE UNIV. STUDFNTI 

CHAPEL HILL BICYCLIST STRUCK, KILLED ON I-<,0 

HOWARD, WILBUR 

MESSING AROUND: SUCKERS (THAT'S A FISHI FIGHT THE ENO CURRENT 

HOWARD, WILLIAM GRAHAM 
OBITUARY 

HOWE, PATRICK W. (SOUTHPORTI 

CPCL MOVING OFFICIAL TO BRUNSWICK 

HOWELL, CARLOS WALTER (RALEIGH) 
RALEIGH MAN, 60, OROHNS 

HOWELL, DENNIS H. 

HOwELL, BARBER JOIN COMPANIES 

HOWELL, OUANE W. 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 



H 2 3/13/82 5 12 N 

H 1 l/lR/32 e 1 N 

H 1 1/21/32 a 1 N 

H 1 1/23/P2 a 1 N 

H 2 9/23/32 D 1 P F S91 

H 2 1/06/32 All 

H 2 1/09/82 B 1 D N G53 

H 2 5/21/82 a 1 P N A20 

H 2 12/22/32 C 9 

H 2 12/23/92 C 10 

H 1 <./16/82 a 1 N 

H 2 11/29/82 A 5 L 

H 2 4/25/82 A 9 P N 

S 2 5/12/82 C 2D P N 

H 1 4/23/82 3 1 N L30 

S 2 11/16/32 A 1 o 

H 2 11/17/P2 C 7 P 

S 2 11/18/82 A 4 E 

H 2 11/20/82 A 4 E 

S 2 4/13/82 8 I P N A15 

S 2 12/22/82 3 1 P F 

H 2 6/27/92 E 2 P F 330 

S 2 10/22/82 C 3 N 

H 2 9/27/82 3 7 

S 2 5/19/82 C 1 N 

S 2 12/31/82 C 1 N 

S 2 2/04/82 B 6 F J50 

H 2 7/18/82 C 2 

S 2 5/29/82 A 1 N 

H 2 5/3D/82 C 1 N 

H 2 5/31/82 8 6 

H 2 3/12/82 C 10 N 

H 2 7/26/82 8 3 

S 2 1/05/82 a 6 N 

H 2 1/31/92 A 19 N 

H 2 10/28/82 3 1 N 

S 2 10/28/82 CBN 

H 2 1/01/92 B I N 

H 2 9/10/82 C 1 U M71 



H 2 9/01/82 A 7 

S 2 9/01/82 C 16 

M 2 12/09/82 B 3 

H 2 12/12/32 C 10 



H 2 2/08/82 a I N 

S 2 2/03/B2 C 1 N 

H 2 6/02/32 A 14 N B51 

S 2 6/02/82 C 2D N 

S 2 11/19/82 b 1 N 

H 2 5/24/82 3 I U S36 

H 2 7/04/82 C 4 

H 1 9/17/82 a I N 

H 2 9/11/92 A 5 N 

H 2 U/21/82 12 P N 



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- 12/31/32 



P«G6 150 
1/17/83 



NCCU STUDENT OOST STAYS IN PAMLY 
^""^^iiSulP^^lf'^iS^S^TiSVlVES 
"°*'^'-kSA?i-^Air- NEW AIDE TO VALVAN3 

"""'•-iinw^LT-SJNe CHOICE fO" ECU rNTEPi- leader 

OURMA- WO-'AN .JIMS U:iC AWARD 
C»MMENCEHFNT TO 3E MELD 
OEGREPS ARE AWARDED TO 237 

'"^"^'-32c3''yaRO°FUN: gardener CLAIMS HIS Y.RD IS -ONLY A HOBBY- 

HOWELL* OONALD W. IJUDGE) , , , „^ ^«^en 
JUDGE ^ULES COURTHOUSE DUT OF Oi^OER 

HOWERTONt CHARLES T. 

INSENSITIVE TREATMENT 

"°"''IJ'^lAS^i"*52Rj-ENDORSES CENTER 

SSfp^'A^ NEwl? oS?Jat'i£Nt''?LIN^J to open .ONDAY IN MEBANE 

"°'"-i li;T^NciS^G DEATH FOR ^UROER 

HOWIE, FLOYD IRALEIGHl 
INMATE SEE<S MAIL 

HOYLEt JONATHAN V. 
CORRECT I ON 

HQYT. PETER 

FALCONS ENJOY TENNIS SUCCESS 



HOYT. WILLIAM KING (WINSTO'l-SALEMI 

WILLIAM K. HOYT. FORMER PUBLISHER 



"""^"reaction TO graham: -my FIRST I-PULSE IS THAT I'M TOTALLY CONFUSED- 

'''"'"l tktOAOoS A COMPLEX SITUATION 
HUANG. ANDREW DR ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ 

DUKE TESTS NEW CANCER TREATMENT 

"""''JSjR^^fholBARD WILL SHARE WIT. EXPERTISE AT GARDENING SCHOOL 

HUO3AR0. LEE TIMOTHY 

TWO SHOT AFTER FIGHT 

TWO ARRESTED IN SHOOTINGS 

""-'"pSiTE'rh'-lSCLD'H^LP SrIvENT SOME DEATHS 

■*""'Jf??T«E resort said STILL PLANNED 

HUf^GINS. DANIEL C. 

OVERWHELMING GENEROSITY „,.,„, , ,„co 

iuTnliTION «EEPS FOOD STAMP E'RORS LOWER 

CHEFSE TO S6ACH DURHAM COUNTY 

'wePIaII ^?llc?SR'!RlncS^EfcJTS IN SOCIAL PROGRAMS 

DURHAM COUNTY. N.C. WOULD HAVE TO PAY MORE 

s^'^,irp'j5^a,ffgwi"R^?;iS''5T°Af^'^t3ES^rE 

|i:S^R\'5"cS:N);%??5E^^fs\fLTl^!ilFTT FROM HOME-CARE FUNDS 

I^e'^CHEESE: OISTRIIUTI^N BEGIMS THIS MORNING 

DURHAM OECUESTS MORE FREE CHEESE 

ci iriBI c Jf^IOENTS can GET mqJ E FREE CHEESE 

EbpSiM'js ?OCAL SERVICES »UOGET ABOUT tl mill ION LOWER 

SOCIAL Services seeks increas? from county 

COUNTY STARTS BUDGET "ROCESS 

TWO AGE'lCIES AS< COUNTY FOR PJCREASES 

GROUP URGES FEDERAL HELP 

^iti"uLes"3EslGNfD^a'cUT FOm STAMP FRAUD 
pioGRAM ASKS RFcfpiENTS TO WO? K FOR FOOD STAMPS 
SSoGINS: STiMPoiFRPAYMENTS USUALLY NOT FRAUD 
EMERGENCY ENERGY -ONEY RUNS 1X17 AGAIN 
RFSIDENTS RECEIVE HELP WITH HEATING COSTS 
NEEDY rc GET CHEESE. ?UTT5R 
FAMILIES RECEIVE CHEESE 
90AR0 MAY TIGHTEN EMERGENCY AID FUNDS 

^^L'tinON^pSY SIl'ps'more PEOPLE IN NEED 

'*'^'"^'hONOrIo*COED HAS FAMILY IN Ol/IHA.M 

HUDSON. ANNA (SQMORAI 
ROYAL TREATMENT 

HUPSON. ANNIE <;tephenson 

OBITUARY 

HUDSON. OARLENE (SALISBURY) „,,,,,., 
BOND IS DENIED FOR 5CL "FFICIAL 
THREE INDICTEl IN SLAYING CASE 

HUDSON. FD CAPT. (MOUNT OLIVE) „,, 

MOUNT JLIVE POLICE WALK OFF THEIR JOBS 

HUDSON. FONA CASH 
JBITUARv 



HUDSON. ELTON 

PEACE DF "IND: 



.C. LAWYER SAYS HE'S FQUNO IT IN JAIL 



^""°!!iDGrs?^^?iirsi?^5{is'PHO'o 

HUDSON. ^-ARGARET^-ICKI J Ih?' E^OESi 'yV LEARM NG FOR YOUNG 



S I 
E L 
C PG L 



S 2 3/13/92 
H 2 i/l^/'Z 
S 2 U/0R/'"2 



1 P N M23 



H 2 U/16/S2 A 
H 2 3/23/92 3 4 



1/D7/92 
5/14/92 
9/0A/°2 
9/l'./°2 



2 9/l'3/82 C 3 R U 078 



S 2 4/21/92 a 6 
H 2 7/09/82 A 4 



H 1 7/07/82 3 1 
H I 9/09/92 3 1 
H 1 9/17/82 B I 



L 

N H60 



H 2 3/04/82 3 5 N 

H 2 9/12/92 5 L 

H 2 5/22/92 A 10 N 

S 2 4/30/82 1 = N CQ9 

H 2 10/22/82 C 7 

H 2 5/15/82 A 10 F A20 

H 2 2/25/82 A 4 L 



S 2 7/13/92 A 1 N 
H 2 7/14/82 3 4 N 

H 2 1/31/92 E 9 P F G78 



H 2 4/03/92 B 7 N 

H 2 4/04/92 A U N 

S 2 10/28/92 A 11 1 M23 

H 2 1/09/92 A 5 N H60 



H 2 


1/01/92 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


1/07/92 


C 




M 


= 30 


S 2 


1/07/92 


C 




N 




S 2 


1/16/32 


A 




N 


F30 


H 2 


1/23/92 


A 




N 




S 2 


1/27/32 


A 




N 


= 30 


H 2 


1/29/92 


3 




N 


B81 


S 2 


1/29/92 


C 




N 


FOO 


S 2 


2/31/92 


A 




N 


F30 


S 2 


3/02/92 


A 




N 


= 30 


H 2 


3/09/92 


e 


1 R N 




H 2 


3/11/32 


3 




N 


931 


S 2 


3/1S/82 


a 




'1 


= 30 


S 2 


3/31/92 


A 




N 


C3n 


H 2 


4/01/92 


D 




N 


"31 


S 2 


4/05/92 


C 




N 


= 30 


H 2 


4/06/92 


3 




N 


981 


S 2 


4/17/82 


A 




N 


= 30 


H 2 


5/29/92 


A 




N 


981 


S 2 


5/23/82 


8 




^I 




S 2 


6/15/»2 


3 




N 


F30 


1 2 


7/12/92 


C 




N 


= 30 


H 2 


9/29/92 







N 


331 


S 2 


10/04/82 


C 




N 


M23 


H 2 


10/08/92 


5 




■1 


381 


S 2 


10/14/92 


A 




N 




S 2 


10/29/92 


C 




N 


M23 


S 2 


U/25/92 


c 




N 


M23 


S 2 


12/29/92 


A 




N 





H 2 3/03/82 A 6 P N 
H 2 4/03/82 A 7 P o 
H 2 1/24/92 C 2 C 



H 2 10/29/''2 C 11 
H 2 11/17/92 A 7 



H 2 4/08/82 C 13 

H 2 3/09/92 A 20 

H 2 2/37/82 A 4 

H 2 U/11/32 C 12 

H 2 2/13/°2 A 7 



oMiaaa^ 



LY/ANNUiL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



P 



PAGE 151 
1/17/S3 



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OATE C PG L = ?YL 



IN SPITE OF SPIMA BIFIDA 



"UDSON, -ARGIE aOHLING 
QlilTUiRY 

"UDSON, HONICA 

■SUNSHINE EVEPY DAY' 

MunsON. ORLANDO F. 

STEPHFMS TO KEEP FIVE OF EIGHT ASSISTANT OAS 
5 ASSISTANT OA'S TO STAY 

HUDSON. BOREPT (SALISBURY) 

BONO IS DENIED FOP. SCL OFFICIAL 
THREE INDICTED IN SLAYING CASE 

HUDSON. POCK IGASTONIA. N.C.I 

AFTER RuaiK'S CUBE THERE'S 



'RING THING- 



HUDSON. SANDERS VANCE "SANDY" III 

DURHAM NATIVE DIES IN AIRPLANE CRASH 

HUDSON. DURHAM NATIVE. DIES IN AIR SHOU CRASH 

OBITUARY 

STALL BLAMED IN CRASH OF PLANE 

HUDSON. SANDERS VANCE JR. 
Qt'ITUARY 

HUDSON. TOM (CHATHAM CO. I 

SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED IN CHATHAM 

WHATEVER HAPPENED: YESTERDAY'S NEWS REVISITED 

HUDSON. TOMMY 

SUBCOMMITTEE GETS TOW CHANGES 

HUDSON. DURHAM NATIVE. DIES IN AIR SHOW CRASH 

COUNCIL MEMBERS: BUDGET SEEMS OK 

CITY MANAGER RESIGNS; HUDSON 2UITS COUNCIL 

NFw CITY MANAGER. COUNCILMAN SOUGHT 

HUDSON SAYS BICKERING DISCOURAGES APPLICANTS 

HUDSPETH. FLOSSIE FlkkINS 
OBI'^UARY 

HUESTIS, CHARLES 

AMERICANS SEEK ANCIENT ARCHIVES 
DUKE FIRED WRONG OFFICIALS 



H 2 3/02/B2 B 7 

H 2 11/07/82 D 1 P F 930 



H 2 11/12/82 B 
S 2 11/12/52 3 



1 



H 2 10/29/32 C 11 
H 2 U/17/82 A 7 



H 2 1/03/82 A 



S 2 5/03/82 C 2 

H 2 5/03/82 A 1 

H 2 5/0A/82 B 8 

H 2 5/05/82 C <> 



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COMMUNITY EDUCATION UNIT SHOWS 50X GROWTH INCREASE 
EDUCATORS ELECT HUEY VICE PRESIDENT 

HUEY. VALERIE 

SHAKEN. BUT UNHLIRT 

WOMAN ESCAPES INJURY WHEN CAR RUNS OFF ROAD 

HUFF. OERNICE ICHAPEL HILL) 
NO POSTERS =0P HUGHES 
DAVID HUGHES FOR SHERIFF 

HUFF. SAM 

SAM HUFF'S WO'LO ISN'T 50 VIOLENT ANY MORE 

HUFF. TIM 

SHOOTOUT IN CARROLL COUNTY 

HUFFMAN. NED 

PIRKS MAY BRING IN NUMBER OF INDUSTRIES 

PLANS TO SELL LAND IN RTP STILL JNCLEAR 

HUFFMAN CONFIDENT OF GROWTH FOR RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

BUSINESS IN TRIANGLE SEES GLIMMER OF HOPE 

HUFFMAN. WILLIAM m. 

EX-"EPUTY'S VIEW 

HUGGINS.' VICTOR 

COLLECTION OF STORIES HAD OR i: IN IN FOLK TALES OF N.C. MOUNTAINS 

HUGH. PETTY I JACKSONVILLE! 
WOMAN SUFFOCATED 

HUGHES. CHAD 

NEW TPMNGLE GALLERIES SHOwIW; NEW ART IDEAS 
EDITH LONDON. AT 80. PAINTING BETTER THAN EVER 

HUGHES. CLAUDIA CHADWICK 
0? I TUARY 

HUGHES. CLIFFORD GRAY 
OBITUARY 

HUGHES, DAVID (ORANGE CO. I 

5 CANDIDATES FILE IN ORANGE RACES 

SHERIFF CANDIDATES SPLIT ON BJ OGET 

HUGHES' DEEDS LAUDED 

NO POSTERS '=aR HUGHES 

SHEOIFF HAS VARIED DUTIES 

CANDIDATES TICKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 

DAVID HUGHES =0R SHERIFF 

CANDIDATE IS "DEDICATED. HONEST' 

ORANGE SHERIFF CANDIDATE QUESTIONS LIST OF HIS OPPONENT'S SUPPORTERS 

HUGHES FOR SHERIFF 

ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S CANDIDATES TRADE BARBS 

CONTEST ATTRACTS FIVE LAWMEN, BUILDING CONTRACTOR 

MCCULLOCK MEETING WITH AIDES ABOUT ORANGE SHERIFF'S RUNOFF 

HUGHES. DONALD E. 

SOME STATE EMPLOYEES FORM POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE 

HUGHES. JAMES EDWARD 
OBITUARY 

HUGHES. JOSEPH T. JR. 

study: N.C. AGENCIES DON'T COMPLY WITH LAWS FOR MONITORING INDUSTRY 

HUGHES. "OZELLE WORKMAN 
OBITUARY 

HUGHES. RICHARD N. 

FOLKS MOVE FROM ALL OVER; TO 

HUGHS, RAIDEE COFFIN 
OBITUARY 

HUGUELY. JAY 

VILLAGE ACTOR HUGUELY WINS B'WAY LEAD 

HUISINGH. DONALD DR. 



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IMFORHATION SYSTEMS PLANNED OM H12AR00US CHEMICALS. JASTE 

HULXA. BARBARA OR. 

RESEARCH COCSIINaTQR MAKEO 
HORMONE MAY 5L0CK TYPE OF CANC cR 

^'SK"sMALL.^3ut''«0MEN CAUTIOMEO ON TAMPONS 

£';t°ogcN shots carry risk .,^„,c 

study: oral ESTROGEN SAFE' THAN SHOTS 
DOCTORS AT YALE HIT TSS STUDY 

HULL. BILL OR. (SHREVEPORT, LA. I 

SPLIT LOOMS AT P4PTIST SESSION 

MULL. SAM 

DUKE ILUMNI MAGAZINE GETS AWAJD _ 
OUKE'S ALU.MNI PAPER WINS TOP i WARD 

HULLINGER. ROBERT REV. „„,,„,. 

■IT HIT LIKE a TON OF BRICKS- 
HUMPHREY. H. 0. R. MRS. 

USE DIRECT-DEROSIT METHOD 

HUNNELL. JJ^;;,^j GPOUP FINOS TRIANGLE RECEPTIVE AREA 

HUWNICUTT, REGINALD GRAY 
OBITUARY 

HUNT, CAROLYN 

ACCEPTS SCULPTURE 

YFAR'S VOLUNTEERS CITED TUESDAY 

VOLUNTEERS: 'EXAMPLES OF WHAT ALL CAN BE' 

GOVERNOR'S HIFE THINKS HUNT'S FUTURE UNCERTAIN 

HUNT. E. CALLIE 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HUNT. EDWARD RAY 

FOUR ACCUSED OF MAIL CAR THEFT 

HUNT. EZRA THOMAS IHILLS90R0UGH) 
OBITUARY 

HUNT. GEORGE I AL AMANCE^CO. I 

NEW DA APPOINTS ASSISTANT 

HUNT. GEORGE T. (OXPHrdi r.„.T^ 
FRANKLINTON MAN CHARGED IN DEATH 
COUSIN "ELO IN GRANVILLE SHOOTING DEATH 

HUNT. HERMAN (HOxaCRO) 

ROXBORO MAN BADLY BURNED 

-"'"'■ jn5GE'cLQSES''HE!iRING AFTER HIS NA-E COMES UP IN TESTIMONY 

CLOSED-DOOR C^URT HEARING CALLED ILLEGAL „,„„„„ 

LA«YE= SAYS JUDGE CALLED RECESS TO CLEAR COURTROOM 
JUO'-.c BLASTS CLOSED SESSION ,.„.., „„„-, 

HIGHWAY PATROL PLANS DRUG ALLEGATIONS PROBE 
FREEDOM DEFIES THREATS 

FBI INDICTS BLADEN LAWMAKER ^r,o, .rr-o 

PROBE I^' BRIBERY NETS JUDGE. I.C. LEGISLATOR 

^^?5tDf 'sSi'w = CuSSE'pR!i§°ETL?£R TO SQUELCH REPORTS 

i^lH^'Sir: p3Sgb^t^rBE'LTRn:SrEs'^3i"!S%ESIDENTS OF COLUMBUS 

i IN COLUMBUS COUNTY CASE PLEAD INNOCENT TO CHARGES 

JUDGE SEEKS TO BLOCK "ANEL PR^BE 

DEFENDANT SAYS HE «ILL TESTIFY IN COLCOR CASE 

HUNT. JAMES P. JR. IGGVERNORl 

SSNFOOD MAN PLANS TO SUF HUNT. N.C. ^ ..„ .-,-- 
5ANC0BD MAN SAYS HE WILL SUE SOV. HUNT AND STATE 
HUNT WANTS SHORTENING O' "RESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES 
HUNT PANEL OKS 'SUPER DELEGATES' 
DEMOCRATS SHORTEN PRIMARY SEASON 
HUNT SCORES POINTS WITH OEMOC'ATS 
DEMOCRATS RIGHT TO AIM FQR SHORTER CAMPAIGNS 
BURROUGHS -FLLCOHE WINS GOVERNOR'S FITNESS AWARD 

^Z°r°''i'V./:^'S''cUi''il'^t'i\''^°^0^ ^AT DONKEYS .CARTOON. 

COURT ASKED F"R OPINION ON SEPARATION OF POWERS 

HUNT URGES 'GNO AOPROVAL 

DEMOCRATS DRAFT auLE CHANGES , ^, 

FEDERAL TAX DOLLARS WASTED BY THE STATE 

HUNT WINS POINTS WITH NATIONAL DEMOS „„.,,. 

HUNT SAYS REAGAN'S CUTS ARE 'ABSOLUTELY WRONG' 

DOMESTIC CUTS CONCERN GOVERNORS ,,,,,, 

HUNT IGNORES HEART OF DRUNK-DRIVING ISSUE 

HUNT TO mOS' UNC FOOTBALL SOU" D ^^„-„.. ,,„ 

HUNT PLANNING MEETING FRIDAY ]N FEDERALISM 

HUNT OPPOSES REAGAN'S PROPOSALS ON WELFARE 

HUNT BACKS REDUFST ON PANEL MEMBERS .,,,,„., 

HUNT SAYS NE, FEDERALISM COUL? COST N.C. U BILLION 

GOVERNORS URGE ACTION ON ECONOMY „„„,_,„, .„.„ 

HUNT: GOVERNORS WILLING TO NEGOTIATE RKJ^KAMS SWAP 

HUNT RAPS PROPOSED SCIENCE, EDUCATION AND HEALTH CUTS 

huSt COMMISSION recommendations FAIL TO PLEASE STATE PART 

HUNT COMMISSION'S WORK CAUSES SOME discontent 

M"N0ALE PPAISES HUNT. ATTACKS REAGAN 
MR. MONOALE'S EARLY START 

P«RTIE^'hRGED^To''cMOCSE DELEGATES IN CAUCUSES 

huSt-Iy NOT JOIN LEGISLATIVE LEADERS ON SEEKING COURT'S 

LITTLE HERO A BIG FtAMPLE 

G=OUP WILL HONOR HUNT WITH AWARD 

CAROLINA 'DLL SAYS HUNT HAS LcAD OVER HELMS 

DEMOCRATIC LEADERS ENDORSE NEJ »ULES 

POLL: RFAGAN OORULARITY DOWN IN N.C. 

HUNT IS BEING KEPT INFORMED OF SITUATION 

jcmocRaTS to ADOPT NEW RULES TODAY 

luPPQRTFas''TJY^To's4VF APPALACHIAN COMMISSION 

N.C. VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE OPENS 

HUNT CITES WELFARE COMPARISON 

HUNT ATTENDING JORDAN DEDICATION 

HUNT TO GET SCOUT AWARD 

JORDAN LAKE OEOICATION SET 

STATE GPP TAKES ISSUE WITH POLL 

WHAT 00 YOU DO FOR fun? 

SUN REPORTER INTERVIEWS HUNT 

HUNT WANTS SWIFT JUSTICE 

HUNT CALLS LEGISLATIVE SES5I0-; 



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1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



HUNT URGES DE1G4N auDGET C0HP50'"ISE 

HUNT TO DECIQE SOON ON WATER 'QMOS 

LEADERS: AIRPORT ^EY TO AREA'S GROWTH 

N.C. NEEDS F3R cuTURE OUTLINED 

RUFFIN DENIES ALL ALLEGATIONS 

•THE GROUP' TAKES CEDIT FOR REVEALING RUFFtN DEALINGS 

HUNT VISITS WORLD'S FAIR 

SIX SOUTHERN GOVERNORS TO >(EE'' IN R TP 

DEMOCRATS Q^EN '82 CA"IP«IGN 

DEMOS CALL FOR U.S. -SOVIET AR" S SUMMIT 

GOVERNOR VOWS TO WO»K AGAINST HEL"S' POSTAL BILL 

HUNT WRITES nATT, QilJECTS TO TIL ORILLING 

GOVERNORS EYE OWN 'FEDERALISM' 

HUNT DE^■IES HC KNEW ABOUT TAX alLL AD 

UNITED FRHNT STILL IN DOUBT 

VALENTINE CONFIDENT OF MICHAUX SUPPORT 

GOVFRNOeS VOTE TO DRAFT OWN FEDERALISM PLAN 

GOVERNORS SAID TRYING TO CCPE WITH FuNOS CUTS 

HUNT ORDERS RETURN OF MURDE'E^ TO N.C. 

HUNT WILL ATTEND GOVERNORS DINNER 

DEMOCRATS DEFEND N.C. EMPLOYEE CAMP AIGNERS 

HUNT HAILS MICHAUX, RAPS GOP 

HUNT RAPS REAGANOMICS AT MICHAUX FUND-RAISER 

HUNT: PROOF IS UP TO IKE 

HUNT: ANDREWS CAN STILL WIN aECTION 

VALENTINE. HUNT TO SPEAK IN DURHAM 

2ND DISTRICT DEMOCRATS FtJPESE; 'HAPPY DAYS' 

PREACHER BERATES HUNT 

N.C. POLITICAL 3ATTLEGR0UN0 MIRRORS NATIONAL ELECTIONS 

TURNER WILL LEAD BAPTISTS 

HUNT SAYS GOP ADS BACKFIRED 

HUNT TO DEDICATE ANNIVERSARY SHIP 

HUNT DEDICATES SHIP'S REPLICA 

HUNT: 3RIDGE REPAIRS TO BE FINISHED SY JANUARY 

GOV. HUNT AVOIDS DIRECT COMMENT Ai?OUT ALLEGATIONS 

HUNT URGES HOUSE TO OK BENEFITS 3ILL 

DIX HOSPITAL WOOKERS MEET WITH GOVERNOR 

WRONG TIME FOR "OVE 

HUNT: GROWING TAX REVENUES SHOULD THAW SALARY FREEZE 

HUNT REFUSES TO CRITICIZE HECS FOR TAX FILIBUSTER 

HOSPITAL EXPECTEO TO STAY OPEV 

HUNT STILL LEADS PARTY, OFFICIALS SAY 



HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. AGRICULTURE 

TEXAS GOVERNOR SEEKS DECONTROL OF OIL. 



GAS PRICES 



HUNT. JAMES p. JR.. APPOINTMENTS 
2 GET APPOINTMENTS 

NCCU ASSISTANT LAW DEAN NAMED TO WAKE COURT SEAT 
NCCU ASSISTANT DEAN APPOINTED JUDGE 
HUNT APPOINTS MITCHELL TO N.C. SUPREME COURT 
HUNT APPOINTS MITCHELL TO N.C. SUPREME COURT 
HUNT NAMES HEMAN CLARK TO N.C. POST 
B°ADSHAW TAKES PANEL POST 

HUNT -lAMES TASK FORCE TO STRENGTHEN OUI LAWS 
HUNT NAMES STEWART TO COLLEGE FOUNDATION 
WINBEPRY NAMFO 7TH DISTRICT JJOGE 
HUNT NAMES ROREOTS 
DURHAM MAN ON N.C. OANEL 
HUNT ANNOUNCES iPPOINTMENTS 
JUDGE SOFT ON CR IM£ 

4 NAMED. 7 REAPPOINTED TO HILLSBOROUGH GROUP 
THEIR SESSIONS LIKE A POKER GAME 

BLAYDON NAMEO TO ENERGY COUNCIL 

KING APOOINTEO TO COMMISSION 

BLAYOON ON ENERGY COUNCIL 

KING ON COMMISSION 

CLEMENT GETS SEAT ON PORTS AUTHORITY 

HUNT REAPPOINTS POPE TO ".-YEAR COMMISSION TERM 

ELECTION OF STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RECOMMENDED 

STEWAOT NAMEO TO STATE eOARD 

BANKEP GETS POST 

ANDERSON NAMED 

GOVERNO" NAMES LAWYER TO POST 

5 NOMINATED FOR JUDGESHIPS 

DANIELS HEADS TASK FORCE ON SOLAR LAW 

SPECIAL SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE NAMEP 

MARTIN IS NAMED TO HIGH COURT 

COURT POST FILLED 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'PE DOING 

PAROLE COMMISSIONER NAMED 

BRUTON RESIGNS EDUCATION POST 

JUDGE NAMED 

SPANGLER UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED TJ N.C. POST 

ABILITY dEST CRITERION 

GOVERNOR AP'OINTS MILLE" TO COUNCIL ON WOMEN 

uOP SAYS HUNT HELD JUDGESHIP OPEN 

RALEIGH MAN IS APPOINTED TO RF A POST 

PRITCHETT NAMFO TO 5TATF 30AR0 

HUNT NAMES PRITCHETT TO STATE BOARD 

lUNT, JAMES P. JR., BUDGET 

^MMf^-^;''!;^,*!! ??S*?i^i^i9'^5 2e;ct angrily to possible pay-hike delay 

HUNT "AY DELAY 34Y STEP GIVINS THOUSANDS MERIT RAISE 

HUNT "EDUCES FUNDS FOR STATE AGENCIES 

GOVERNOR ACTS TO TRIM BACK N.C. SPENDING 

HUNT OETREATS FROM PLAN TO DELAY Mg^jx p»Y BOOSTS 

HUNT CALLS FOR FEWER MEETINGS 

SAVINGS RAISE QUESTIONS 

ISr^F^" SAYS LEGISLATURE VIOLATED STATE CONSTITUTION WITH 2 ACTIONS 

COURT ASKED FOR OPINION ON SEPARATION OF POWERS "LHUNi 

SEi;iNh"N"S°E\;S!SA;;Fis "■"" """" '° °''°'-"' budgetary. . . dispute 
N.C. DEMOCRATS SKEPTICAL OF REAGAN'S PROPOSAL 
MERIT SEEN IN TRANSFER OF PROGRAMS 
HUNT ATTACKS 'NEW FEDERALISM- 
HUNT WANTS IT BOTH WAYS 

!-|5{ll-tlHoi '.^J^S^'tt^S'^it^i -OURT ADVISES HUNT'S POWERS ENCROACHED 

LEGISLATORS VOW TO <EFP STATE BUDGETARY POWERS 

FEDERALISM SEEN COSTING N.C. -"ILLIONS OF DOLLARS 

:):Sf irATuTlTu\l'i'-,k'lh''.inW° ""^' •''^°" LEGISLATIVE CHANGES 

HUNT SAYS ECONOMIC RECOVERY NOT WORKING 

HUNT CHASGES 'EAGAN'S ECONOMIC PLAN FAILING 

HUNT: BUDGET PANEL NO LONGER HAS AUTHORITY 

HUNT CLAIMS FINAL AUTHORITY ON 3JDGET DECISIONS 

GOV. HUNT SHOULD OFFER A BE'-TrR SOLUTION OR QUIT CRITICIZING 

HUNT SINKS THE ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION ICAPTOONI 

HUNT LIKES REAGAN AID PLAN 

TAX FIGURES PROMPT HUNT TO TISHTEN N.C. SPENDING 

HUNT URGES REAGAN. CONGRESS TO REDUCE DEFICIT 

CLEAN UP STATE FIOST 

HUNT SAYS TIME NEEDED TO STUDY CUTS 

HUNT HITS FURTHER AID CUTS 

HUNT FORESEES BUDGET CUTS 

HUNT SAYS STATE WORKERS FACE LAYOFFS OR PAY CUTS 



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3/05/12 A I 


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H 2 


9/07/82 A 10 


N 




S 2 


3/12/82 A 2 


N 




S 2 


10/12/82 A 4 


E 




S 2 


10/15/92 C I 


N 




H 2 


11/29/92 A 15 


N 




H 2 


12/02/82 A 9 


N 




H 2 


12/30/92 B 2 


N 046 




S 2 


12/30/82 A 9 


N 




S 2 


1/06/92 C 12 


N 




H 2 


1/06/92 A 1 


N 




S 2 


1/07/82 A 1 


N 




H 2 


1/08/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 


1/09/92 A 1 


N 




S 2 


1/12/82 9 8 


N 




S 2 


1/13/82 A 4 


E 




H 2 


,/21/92 B 2 


N 




H 2 


/22/82 a 1 


N G53 




S 2 


/22/92 C 9 


N 




S 2 


1/2S/92 A 4 


E 




H 2 


1/29/82 3 2 


N 




H 2 


l/2<'/92 a 6 " 


N 




S 2 


2/08/92 A 9 


N 




S 2 


2/10/82 A 4 


F 




H 2 


2/17/82 A 1 


N 




S 2 


2/17/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 


2/20/92 A 5 


N 




S 2 


2/22/92 C 6 


J 




H 2 


2/25/82 A 7 


N 




S 2 


2/25/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 


2/26/92 e 6 


N 




S 2 


3/03/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 


3/04/92 A L5 


N 




H 2 


3/07/92 5 


L 




H 2 


3/07/32 D 5 T 


T P45 




C 7 


3/19/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 


4/07/82 A 11 


N 




H 2 


4/09/92 A 10 


N 




H 2 


4/10/82 A 4 


L 




S 2 


4/21/82 A t 


N 




H 2 


4/22/82 A 11 


N 




S 2 


4/2<'/92 A 1 


N 




H 2 


4/30/32 A 1 


N 





MONTHLr/4 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



p»Y_AS-yOU-GO OR P»Y-»S-vtIU' VE GONE 

HUNT'S WARNING WORRIES STATE | MPL OYSE 5 -„„, „„-c , .» nCFS 

HUNT HOPES ECONOMY KILL NOT SEJUIRE STATE c"PLOYEE LAY-OFFS 

GOVERNOR SEEDING WAYS TO TRIM STATE'S SUDGET 

INVENTORY TAX RELIE^ URT-EO 

GnvERNOP TALKS A80UT FREEZE .<I TH LEADERS 

NCAE TO PUSH FOR "AISES 

STATE BUDGET ON CHOPP I NG^LOC' 

HUNT SEEKS CNE-vEAR SALARIES FREcZe 

HUNT OROPOSES STATE PAY FREEZE 

L'=GISLiTIVE LEADERS 3ACK HUNT PAY PLAN 

aUDGcT LEADERS '?ACK STATE PAY FKESZE 

FACING THE FREEZE „, ^. 

3ILL MAY "E REVIVED TO HELP N. C. BUDGET 

SALARY FREEZE (CARTOON! 

HUNT IS OPPOSING EFFORT TO INtREASE HIS SALARY 

UNTIMELY GENEROSITY 

TEACHERS PROTEST »AY PLAN 

HUNT BACKS BALANCED 3UDGET I Or A 

HUNT PRAISES VOTE ON FEDERAL =UOGET 

GOVFRNORS SACK bSlanCING 3U0GET. DISAGREE ON HOW 

FUNDS FOR MFQICAL COVERAGE SH^RT 111 MILLION IN N.C. 

STATE PAY RAISE 'LOOKS TOUGH' 

HUNT PLANS -ORE N.C. SPENDING CUTS 

TAX GROWTH slow: HUNT ORDERS -UTS 



HUNT'S dilemma: layoffs OR NO RAISES 
3UDGET CRUNCH MEANS 'ULCER TI-E' FOR HUNT 



THIS^Is''THrONLY~NEW FEAST I "c AN PROV lOF AT THIS TIME ICARTOONl 
HUNT:°GROWING TAX REVENUES SHOULD THAW SALARY FREEZE 

""''•Gi;ElU':s''-iSE="f^5s'hfiS?'S FUTURE UNCERTAIN 

HUNT. JAMES ?. JR.. COMMUTATIONS 

GOVERNOR COMMUTES ESCAPEE'S PMSON TERM 

NOW MOORE'S FREEDOM IS OFFICIAL ^ ^ , „. 

HUNT SAYS 'FAMILY MAN' DESERVED COMMUTATION 

MOOPE EARNS FREEDOM 

AFTER 12 YEARS OF FEAR, CHARLES MOORE IS FREE 

SCLC "ARCHER TO aE RELEASED 

REV. ORANGE RELEASED FROM PRISON 

520 INMATES SENT HOME FOR HOLIDAYS 



JR. 



CRIME PREVENTION PROPOSALS 



''""'• G^O^'huSt ^3"RDERs''iSoaF"r?NmTE"s"TRA5sFER to PRISON 
RFPORT: POLITICS NOT INVOLVED IN INMATE MOVE 
N.C. CRIME CRACKDOWN IS URGED 

HUNT ACCEPTS CRIME COMMISSION'S PROPOSALS , „ , „, 
HUNT: FAIR SENTENCING ACT HEL» S FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 
HUNT SAYS FAIR SENTENCING ACT WORKING 



JR. 



ECONOMY 











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P 9YL 


S 2 


5/01/82 


A 


i* 


E 


S 2 


5/03/82 


c 


3 


N 


S 2 


5/07/B2 


A 


1 


■4 


H 2 


5/D5/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/10/82 


a 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/U/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/13/82 


A 


1 


M 


H 2 


5/25/82 


A 


I 


N 


S 2 


5/25/82 


A 


1 


^t 


H 2 


5/2«./°2 


A 


I 


N 


S ? 


5/26/32 


A 


1 P 


S 


H 2 


5/27/82 


A 




N 


S 2 


5/2''/»2 


A 


4 


e 


H 2 


5/28/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/30/82 


D 


5 T 


T Q^5 


H 2 


6/03/82 


3 


u 


N 


H 2 


6/05/»2 


A 


A 


L 


H 2 


6/08/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/15/82 


c 


10 


N 


H 2 


3/06/82 


A 


n 


N 


H 2 


3/10/82 


A 


12 


N 


S 2 


3/31/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


<)/l<./82 


A 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


9/21/82 


A 


I 


*t 


H 2 


9/22/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


11/15/82 


A 


I 


N 


S 2 


1 /19/82 


A 


A 


E 


H 2 


11/21/82 


D 


5 T 


T P<t5 


H 2 


11/23/82 


A 


A 


c 


H 2 


12/23/82 


A 


I 


N 



S 2 12/27/82 C 



s 


7 


3/1R/82 


A 


1 


H 


7 


3/20/82 


A 


1 


s 


7 


3/20/82 


A 


/ 


s 


7 


3/22/°2 


A 


A 


H 


7 


<./03/e2 


(. 


I 


H 


•> 


6/17/82 


A 


1 I 


s 


7 


6/18/82 


A 


2 


H 


2 


12/25/32 


S 


1 


H 


7 


3/15/82 


A 


6 


H 


7 


9/17/82 


A 


6 


S 


7 


12/1D/B2 


A 


I 


H 


7 


12/11/82 


A 


1^ 


S 


2 


12/16/82 


A 


1 



H 2 12/17/82 A 10 



""'"•siijTrPL":Nr:aRlVriSSrFOR minority BUSINESSES 
HUNT RAPS REAGANOMICS 

HUNT. JAMES 8. JR., EDUCATION PROPTSALS 

HUNT WANTS ALL-OUT BUSH TO R EDUCE ORgPOUT RAT E 

HUNT WANTS WRITING ADDED TO COMPETENCY JESTING 

RFALISTIC COURSES ARE URGED TO HELP LOWER DROPOUT RATE 

HUNT SAYS N.C. PUPILS IMPROVE IN ALL SUBJECTS 

tMPOOVEP -I.e. STUDENTS' TEST SCORES UNVEILED 

HUNT: SCHOOLS HAVE LOST REAGAN TE AM' S , SUPPORT 

HUNT: PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE FACING CHALLENGE 

PHILLIPS CITES PUBLIC SCHOOL CHALLENGES , , „, _ ^.,.,^ 

N.C. TEACHEBS' GROUP HEAD DELIVERS PARTING SHOT AT HUNT 

HUNT'S WORDS, ACTIONS CONFLICT 

tjffi JISI^'I^V^SS^Rs'tSSeEK =ETTER TEACHERS 

HUNT "EADS EDUCATION PANEL 

HUNT APPEALS FOR U.S. EDUCATION AID 

HUNT: EnuCATIHN NEEDS MORE FEDERAL SUPPORT 

HUNT PRAISES MATH SCHOOL 

HUNT STRESSES EFFORT TO CUT DROPJUT RATE 

MORE BUSINESS SUPPORT URGED FOR EDUCATION 

HUNT riTES DURHAM SCHOOL AS EXAMPLE OF BUSINESS AID 

SCHOOLS HAVE IMPROVED 

aUSINESS HAS STAKE IN EDUCATION 

HUNT^WaJts'^To'kEEP APPOINTMENT POWER OVER STATE SCHOOL POARC 

HUNT NAMES EDUCATION TASK FORCE ,„„,^ 

N.C. -OVERNOR HEADS NATIONAL EDUCATION FORCE 

TASK FOFCE TO REASSES EDUCATIONAL GOALS „„,,„^,, 

HUNT SAYS DURHAM SCHOOL WILL CONTINUE TO PROGRESS 

MATH SCHOOL SETS PACE 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR., EMPLOYMENT 

HUNT SAYS STATE CAN'T EASE AID CUTS 

JAYS SOUGHT TO SOFTEN BLOW OF ESC CLOSINGS _ ,,, , ,, 

R=PUaLICAN SAYS GOV. HUNT PLAYING POLITICS ON ESC CUTS 

HUNT ANNOUNCES "LAN TO KEEP STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICES OPEN 

EMERGENCY FUND OK'O FOR ESC OFFICES 

HUNT: PRESSURF SAVED JOB OFFICES 

GOV. HUNT DENIES CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN CETA FUNDING 

YOUTH GET SUMMER JOB HELP 

SUMMER JOeS PLEDGED 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., FfjJRGY 

HUNT CRITICIZES FUEL ADJUSTMENT RATE HIKES 

HUNT URGES CHANGING UTILITIES' FyEL CLAUSE 

HUNT TO MF3T WITH UTILITIES EXECUTIVES 

HUNT STANDS 3Y UTILITIES FUEL COST CHANGES 

FUEL CLAUSE RERFAL IS TOPIC 

ANNUAL FUEL ADJUSTMENTS URGED 

HUNT PLAN DESIGNED TO CUT ELECTRIC 8ILLS ,,,.„,^, 

HUNT SAYS FUEL-«DJUST"ENT RRO'OSAL FAIR TO UTILITIES 

HUNT; LEGISLATURE HELPED TO SAVE TAR HEELS' MONEY 

HUNT, JAMES 8. JB,, Fvju IDONMFNTAL 'ROTECTION 

'-^ll^T.llS'^TA'l'i/^V-'.'^ llf^Tc SSnEP^^^ about to disappear: .cartoon, 

OREGON inlet help SOUGHT 

HUNT PROTFSTS SECOND SALE OF ^IL, GAS LEASES 

ENVIRONMENTAL ZEAL CAN ^E MIS'UIDEO 

DRILLING SITES TOO CLOSF 

EDITORIAL ZEAL MISDIRECTED 

POTENTIAL FOR OIL S'lLLS TOO 'REAT 

OFFSHORE OIL-DRILLING RISKS A) E 

oil: our COAST VULNERABLE 

EXPLORING FOR OIL RISKY 

SIX OFFSHCRF SITES JON ' T 8E LFA5E0 

N.C. INDUSTRY. ENVIRONMENT 'COMPATIBLE' 

STUDY: INDUSTRY ACCEPTS N.C. "^ NVI RONHEN'A L RULES 

WAVES THREATENING LIGHTHOUSE 'ETREAT 

HUNT, HELMS CO-STAR IN LIGHTHOUSE SPOT 

OAMN'O SPOT ICARTOCNl 



H 2 7/30/82 A 10 
S 2 10/l<'/82 A 1 



5/18/82 

5/19/82 

5/19/82 

6/30/82 

7/01/82 

7/09/82 

7/10/82 

7/15/82 

7/19/82 

7/23/82 

7/29/82 

3/09/82 

3/22/B2 

9/01/82 

9/02/82 

9/02/82 

9/15/82 

9/21/82 

9/21/82 

9/24/32 

9/26/82 

10/36/82 

11/13/B2 

12/10/82 

12/24/82 

12/25/82 

12/28/82 

12/30/82 



1 
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1 
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14 
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EXAGGERATED 



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S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



1/21/82 
1/22/82 
1/26/82 
1/28/82 
1/29/82 
2/03/82 
5/02/82 
5/08/82 
5/10/82 



3/31/82 
4/01/32 
4/12/82 
4/15/32 
4/27/82 
4/29/82 
5/28/82 
6/10/82 
6/13/02 



1/04/B2 
1/36/82 
1/12/82 
2/07/82 
2/10/82 
2/13/82 
2/20/82 
2/21/B2 
2/23/°2 
2/23/82 
2/23/82 
3/33/B2 
3/09/''2 
3/10/82 
4/09/82 
4/n/82 
3/07/82 



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N N U * L 
1/01/82 - 



I N e X 
12/31/B2 



NAME 



OCEAN IS FARTHER FROM LIGHTHOJSE 

HUNT, JAfES ?. JR., F3UAL RIGHTS a'<EMOx£NT 
HUNT ^'AMES FR4 LOBBYIST 
HUNT PUSHES FOR PASSAGE OF ERA 
HUNT PUSHES ERA T!? 'ENHINCE I" AGE ' 
HUNT SAYS ERA'S CHANCES SLIM 
MOONEVHAM RAPS HUNT CVEP ERA 
HUNT OPTIMISTIC ON ERA 

HUNT SAYS PUBLIC OPINION IN N. C . IS FAVHRING ERA 
POLL: ilX OF N,C. RESIDENTS a« CK ERS 
POLL SAYS ERA FAVORED IN M.C. 

HUNT SAYS ERA BACKERS CLOSE TO HAVING VOTES 
GE'.ERAL ASSEMBLY TO BEGIN SESSION ON ERA, PAY FREEZE 
ERA- COF 4N0 AGAINST 

N.C. SENATE DEALS ERA SEVERE =.LOrf 

HUNT: M.C. "ISSED CHANCE TO GJARANTEE EOUAL RIGHTS 
BOTH SIDES SAY ERA LOBBYING I^ITENSE 
ERA ADVOCATES RALLY 

HUNT RECEIVES RARE LEGISLATIVE DEFEAT KITH ERA VOTE 
ADVOCATES TO REOuEST »N ERA REFERENOU" 
OBSTACLES OVERWHELM ERA 
HUNT SHINES ON ERA 

E»A DEMONSTRATION; SUPPORTERS TURN BACKS ON LT. GOV. 
HUNT, ERA SUPPORTERS MARK 0E43LINE PASSAGE 

HUNT, JAMES 6. JR.. ETHICS CODE 

HUNT REQUESTS BOARD REVIEW OF ETHICS POLICY 
GOVERNOR HANTS STUDY OF PROPOSED DOT ETHICS POLICY 

HUNT, JAMES 5. JR.. FUND RAISING 

HUNT AIDES DISCUSS FUNO-RAISIMG EFFORTS 

HUNT, JAMES e. JR., GAMBLING 
GATOR bOWL PRIZE 
HOG WON'T LIVE VERY LONG 
HUNT OREDICTS UNC VICTORY BUT SAYS HE'S NOT BETTING 

JUDGE ON Target 




HUNT OUTS OFF PC3 MEETING 

PCS PROTESTERS GET CAPITOL RALLY PERMIT 

PROTESTERS "ARCH IN RALEIGH 

200 PCB DEMONSTRATORS CARRY PROTEST TO CAPITOL 

TIME IS PAST COR TALK ABOUT PZ B LANDFILL 

HUNT AT PCa GRAVE (CAR TOON I 

PCa PROTESTS ARE CRITICIZED 

GOVERNOR SEEKS MEETING ON PCB ISSUE 

HUNT HALTS PCB BURISL 




HUNT, JAMES e. JR.. HEALTH CARE PR0POS>LS 
HUNT "ULLING HEALTH PLANS 

?V''^I,.'^^o"^S';?r''^2i'!^'- CONTRACT FOR STATE MEDICARE INSPECTIONS 

STATE TO HALT MFOICARS INSPFCTIONS 

ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE GETS STUDY 

STATE PLANS HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION 

HUN'- URGES COMMITMENT TO HE4LTH OF U.S. CHILDREN 

I-IFINT "ORTALITY DECLINES IN -1 . C . 

N.C. PANEL RESTORES INSURANCE BENEFITS; PREMIUMS TO RISE 

HUNT, JAMES P. JR., INOUSTRML DEVELOPMENT 

tJ,l BILLION INVESTED IN N.C. LAST YEAR 

3p^'T'i;n?''Ai2;^^'Ir'.F^?l;°''^^ safety in California microelectonics ind. 

i<'-t)^l sALti 'Jf'rILc ^LANNcD 

HUNT CRFATES STATE PANEL TO GATHER JO" INFORMATION 

N.C. INDUSTRY, ENVIRONMENT 'COMPATIBLE' 

study: INDUSTRY ACCEPTS N.C. ENVIRONMENTAL RULES 

GOV. HUNT HAILS NEW UNION CARBIDE CENTER 

UNION CARBIDE TECH CENTER OPENS IN RTP 

HUMT: INDUSTRY SHOULD HEL" DURHAM TECH 

HUNT URGES DTI, BUSINESS COOPERATION 

HUNT SAYS ROU HAS 'COME OF »&■= ' 

HUNT CALLS ROU SIGN OF GROWTH IN TRIANGLE AREA 

INVENTORY TAX RELIEF URGED 

TEXAS FIRM nuYS TRACTS NEAR APEX 

HUNT ^0OSTs't=c'hNo''tGY^'^ BECOMING EAST COAST HIGH TECHNOLOGY CAPITAL 

COMMITMENT CONVINCES " IC ROELcC TRONICS FIRMS 

PURSUING PROSPERITY 

PLANT TO OPEN 

HUNT SAYS WATFR BONOS NEEDED =0R N.C. GROWTH 

GE OPCNS RTP CENTER ELECTRONICALLY 

HUNT STRESSES EDUCATION IN ■• i: ROE LECTRONl CS FIELO 

MICROELECTRONICS EDUCATION SOUGHT 

'CHIP' INDUSTRY PLANS RESEARCH HJ IN PARK 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER GETS 'RAISE 

WHERE WAS HUNT THOSE TwO DAYS' 

M»X FACTOR OFFICIALLY OPENS I'l OXFORD 

HUNT: MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS DREW JOBS TO N.C. 

HUNT 0EDICAT5S ONE PARK CENTE' NEAR RTP 

TECHNICAL PATHOLOGY FIRM TO BE CENTER'S FIRST TENANT 

HUNT, JAMES ° . JR., INSURANCE 

HUNT REVERSES INSURSNCE STANCE 

HUNT CHANGES POSITION ON HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN 



HUNT, 
HUNT. 
HUNT, 



JAMES e. JR.. LAPEL PINS 
HUNT OBJECTS TO LIQUOR BOTTLE EMBLAZONED WITH HIS EMBLEM 

JAMES B. JR.. LAWSUITS 
TWO LEE MEN FILE LAWSUIT CHARS ING HUNT CONSPIRED 



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11/19/82 C 


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''/IR/92 C 




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'./20/B2 A 




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'./23/92 A 




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5/05/<<2 3 




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5/14/82 A 




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5/15/92 A 




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5/19/82 A 




N 




H 2 


5/20/92 A 




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H 2 


5/28/82 A 


19 


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6/02/92 A 




N 




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6/04/92 3 




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6/05/82 A 




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6/05/82 A 




N X16 




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P N 




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6 


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3/11/82 A 


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3/12/82 C 


5 


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7/15/92 C 


7 


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H 2 


1/27/92 B 


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H 2 


2/04/82 B 


4 


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3/12/92 C 


5 


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5 2 


3/22/82 A 


4 


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R/14/92 A 


1 


N H6C 




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9/15/92 A 


1 


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H 2 


9/16/82 A 


16 


N 




H 2 


9/22/82 B 




N 




H 1 


9/22/B2 B 




P N 




S 2 


9/23/92 A 




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9/24/92 A 




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9/24/92 A 


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10/01/92 A 


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4 


P N 




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10/08/82 A 


13 


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10/08/32 A 


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10/09/92 A 


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10/10/92 D 


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10/14/82 4 


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10/21/92 C 


ID 


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12/02/32 A 


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12/03/92 C 


5 


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H 2 


2/03/92 A 


9 


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S 2 


3/18/82 C 


9 


N 




H 2 


3/19/92 4 


12 


N 




S 2 


4/14/82 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/15/92 B 


1 


N G53 




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5/06/92 A 


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7/09/92 A 


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13 


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2/01/32 A 


10 


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2/19/92 A 


6 


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3/04/92 A 


19 


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3/10/92 A 


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4/02/82 B 


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S 2 


4/21/92 C 


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S 2 


4/26/92 A 


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N S3 3 




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4/27/92 C 


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S 2 


5/ 9/92 A 


4 


F 




H 2 


5/ 9/82 A 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/26/92 C 


14 


N 




H 2 


6/ 5/92 a 


I 


B N F78 




H 2 


6/24/32 C 


10 


N 




S 2 


5/24/92 C 


10 


N 




H 2 


7/02/32 A 


1 


N 053 




S 2 


7/02/82 C 


7 


N 




H 2 
H 1 


10/09/32 A 
.0/15/°2 3 


13 
1 


N 

P = L30 




H 2 


,l/02/=2 A 


13 


N 




H 2 


1/16/92 A 


9 


N L41 




S 2 


11/16/92 C 


6 


P N 





S 2 9/02/32 A I N E05 
H 2 9/03/92 A 1 N 



S 2 1/01/82 C 



I/2l/''2 e 1 



JAMES ". JR.. LEGISLATION 
HUMT PLAN OESIGNED TO CUT ELECTRK B[LLS 
HUNT PRAISES LAWMAKERS' WORK 

HUNT, JAMES P. JR., LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS 
EX-GOVS. TO FIGHT FOU°-YEAR T=RMS 

GOVERNOR PUNS TO SUBMIT NEW LAWS ON DRUNK OKIVING 
HUNT RL4NNING NF^j OUI LAWS 

GOV. "UNT URGES SFNATF TO ENa: T TOBACCO BILL 
HUNT PROPOSES RISE IN DRINKING AGE 

HUNT WILL SEEK NEW LAW, INGRES SE IN DRINKING AGE 
CH4NGES TO =E SOUGHT IN OUI L«WS 

PANEL URGES STATE TO RAISE LEGAL DRINKING AGE TO 19 
HUNT SEEKS SUPPORT =0R TOUGHE' TJ I LAW 
GOV. HUNT RETAINS INFLUENCE DESPITE LAME-OUCK STATUS 



.' 


5/29/92 


A 


\ 


2 


5/17/82 


A 


2 


7 


l/01/°2 


A 


A 


/ 


2/04/92 


A 




? 


2/05/92 


c. 




? 


6/25/32 


c 




? 


11/ 2/32 


A 




/ 


11/ 3/32 


A 




! 


11/ 6/82 


A 




r 


11/ 7/B2 


a 




/ 


12/II5/B2 


A 


1 7 




12/29/92 


A 


14 



H0NTHLr/4NNU*L 



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12/31/92 



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T4R HEEL OE'^OCRATS 



HUNT. JAMES P. JP.. PA«03NS 

HUNT OARCONS -AN CONVICTEO OF PERJURY 
CLEMENCY SOUGHT FOR INMATE HOSTAGE 
MORRISON: HUNT SHOULD G'ANT MMATE CL?MENCY 

HUNT, JA»ES =. J".. POLITICAL CaoEtR 'LJ^JS 

HUNT AIDES -DISCUSS FUND-RAISrio EFFORTS 

HUNT-'-ELMS RACE «HETS POLITICIL APPETITES 

MICHAUX: ?SSt5 SHOULD HAVE «» OE VALENTINE 3UIT 

UNC POLL SAYS HUNT JQULD OEFE»T HELMS 

HUNT • ^A 'lITTf^NS OFSIGiNj^D 

FAILURE OF heCmS-CanOICaTES CEEN FORERUNNER TO HUNT JIN 

SEN. HELMS' OETRACTORS -AY ^i OVERLY OPTIMISTIC 

HEL-S: MA BATTLE NO •CiKE«AL<" FOR HUNT 

HUNT: .^CNNEDY'S DECISION NOT TO RUN GOOD NEWS FOR 

H=LMS «ARNS RACE WON'T 3E ":a<EWALK' 

ANALYST: HELMS MUST JSOP CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

HUNT IPOEARA.NCE MAY FORESHAOOW ' 9A RACE 

HUNT PARTISANS ?EGIN RAISING =UN0S 

SENATOR TO ATTEND BENEFIT FOR HUNT 

loMR THREAT FORCES HUNT TO LEAVE POLITICAL RALLY 

HUNT TALKS OF NEw '94 CHALLENGE 

GENTRY PREDICTING HELMS-HUNT RACE 

HUNT. JAfES ?. JR.. POLLS 

HELMS CITES SURVEY 9Y CLUB 

UNC POLL SAYS HUNT WOULD DEFEAT HELMS 

HUNT. JAMES 5. JR.. RRESS CONFEREtES 

HUNT REOUCES FUNDS =DR STATE «GENCIES 

GOVERNOR ACTS TO TRIM BACK N.C. SPENDING 

HUNT SAYS STATE CAN'T EASE '"CUTS 

WAYS SOUGHT TO SOFTEN BLOW OF ESC CLOSINGS „,^,,., .„_„ 

HUNT ANNOUNCES 'LAN TO KEEP STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICES OPEN 

>,CRIT S = EN IN TRANSFER OF PROGRSMS , , , 

GOVERNOR PLANS TO SUBMIT NEW LAWS CN DRUNK DRIVING 

HUNT PLANNING NFw DUI LAWS , ^^^ 

HUNT SUPPORTS SOME TYPE OF PROGRAM EXCHANGES 

HUNT SAYS ECONOMIC RECOVERY ND I WORKING 

HUNT CHARGES REAGAN'S ECONOMi: PLAN FAILING 

HUNT: BUDGET PANEL NO LONGER HAS 'LITHORITY 

HUNT Claims final authority O-I 3U0GET DECISIONS 

3UTNE= YOUTH JINS N.C. HgROIS" AWARD 

;:yST brY^VT^5"N ^EGIstfTIVE leaders on seeking COURT'S. . . 

HUNT DEFENDS OFFICIALS ON PRISON SEGREGATION 

ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE GETS ■: TUOY ,,,,„. 

GOVERNOR URGES SINGLE N.C. PRIMARY ELECTION 

N.C. REVAMP SESSION ASKED 

HUNT FORESEES BUDGET CUTS 

HUNT 'AYS STATE .ORKERS FACE .AYOFFS OR PAY CUTS 

HUNT OPTIMISTIC JN ERA 

poll: ol! hF N.C. RESIDENTS BACK ERA 

HUNT PRAISES LAWMAKERS' wORK 

HUNT; LEGISLATURE hEL'ED "0 SAVE TAR HEELS' MONEY 

HUNT SAYS I.e. PUPILS IMPROVE IN ALL SUBJECTS 

N.C. VOTERS REJECT TwO AMENDMENTS __ _, 

N.C. INFANT MORTALITY D"WN 2 51 IN 5 YEARS 

INFANT MORTALITY DECLINES IN I.C. ,,_„ 

N.C. '000 SURVEYS REVEAL CONCERN pOR J0°S. EDUCATION 

EDUCATION TOP TAR HEEL CONCERN ,„„„ ,, 

HUNT SAYS CIGARFTTE TAX HIKE -(OULD BE CATASTROPHIC 

HUNT: C!GAR=T^E Tax hIkE TO COST N.C. JOBS, REVENUE 

rT".ARFTTF TAX SPPN COSTING 1,^00 JQRS 

Sunt CHARGES GOP BIG-SPENOI'iG CAMPAIGNS TRYING TO '5UY SEATS' 

HUiiT 'AYS NO 'O'E ACTION IN CLARY CASE 

HUNT: VOTERS MUST DECIDE ON ANDREWS 

HUNT RIPS REAGAN ON ECONOMY 

HUNT WANTS EXTRA BENEFITS RESTORED FOR N.C. JOBLESS 

HUNT OPTIMISTIC FOR OFMO VICTORIES 

HUNT: RPpf-RT OF ROSE ALLEGATIONS UNFAIR 

ALLEGATIONS AGAINST ROSE 'UNFSIR,' HUNT SAYS 

HUNT CO^'TE'^i'^S REAGAN'S VISIT . ON • T AID GOP 

OIX CLOSING COULD ADO ISO PATIENTS AT umSTEAO ,„,__^ 

HUNT: FAIR SENTENCING ACT H£L»S FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 

HIJNT REFUSES TO COMMENT ON PILIEUSTER ON GAS TAX 

HUNT, JAMES ?. JR., PRISONS 

HUNT WAK'TS PROSE RESULTS ON RESTRAINTS DISCLOSED 
HUNT TREATS ALTERNATIVES TO JSIL COOLLY 
WHIChARP -iOT DISCOURAGED 3Y REMARKS 
N.C. RE''HINKS PRISON POLICIES 

HjriT. JAMES P. JR., PROCLAMATIONS 

HUNT M^cTS NORTHERN TELECOM OFFICIALS 
PROCLAMATION SIGNED FOR ASSEM'LY SESSION 

PREVENlflON'*"F CHILD ABUSE IS 'ROCLAIMED THEME OF ''HE WEEK 
•YEAR OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL' P'OCHImEC BY GOVERNOR 
CLEANUP EFFORTS aEGIN IN THREE -COUNTY ARE A 
GOVERi-^OR PROCLAIMS pRIOAY AS NEWSPAPER CARRIER DAY 

HUNT, JA-E' °. JR., 'E-ELECTION CAMPAIGN 
'^ 'MnlT '9C STATF CANDIDATES bRCXE CHECKOFC FUNDS LAW 
RFPUBLICAN OFFICIAL 5LASTS HUNT'S REGISTRATION PLAN 
2 GROUPS RIVAL HELMS' CLU3 

HUNT. JAMES °. JR.. REWARDS 
REWARDS OFFERED 
ARSON CASE -"EJARO POSTED 
STATE R«ISE5 REWARD 

HUNT OFFERS REWARD IN SNIPES 'URDER 
SID.OCO RE««RO "'FFERED IN SLAYING 
REGARD IS OFFERED 

"UKT. JAMET 5. JR.. ROADS 

3«U R^ACS TAKP "OLL , --,^, 

HUNT SAYS MONEY FOR 1-40 SHORT OF AMOUNT Nc=DED 
•G0"0 ROAOS' SIG.NS SPUR ANGER __ _ ^.. 

HUNT TO LEAVE HIGHWAY ISSUE ALONE NEXT YEAk 

UuNVslYs'TOelcCo'iuOTA VOTE SHOULD SHOW UNITY TO CONGRESS 

FINAL AGREEMENT ON EXPRESSWAY OK'O 

OOQCR PREVENTING WCRK ON EXPRSSSWAY DISSOLVED 

EXPRESSWAY =xTE'-'SION A MODEL OF COOPERATION 

HUNT, JAMgS "- jR-, SALARY 

HUNT IS OPPOSING EFFORT TO INCREASE HIS SALARY 
LEGISLATIVE P«Y RAISE: THEY ti ST =E KIDDING 
LEGISLATIVE GALL . ,_ 

GOV.'S RAISE PROPOSAL EXPLAINED 

HUNT, JAME' P. JR.. SCIENCE POLICIES 

GOV. HUNT STAKES OUT A COURSE ON SCIENCE 
GOVERNMENT HAS CATALYTIC ROLE 



S 2 6/03/P2 3 T N 

H ? ei/l5/»2 3 1 N 381 

S 2 (>/l5/R2 All N 



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? 


7/15/82 


C 




s 


7 


3/21/52 


A 




H 


f 


9/10/°2 


A 




s 


? 


10/20/32 


A 




H 


? 


11/05/32 


A 




H 


7 


U/39/P2 


A 




H 


1 


11/17/82 


A 




s 


? 


12/02/82 


L 




H 


? 


12/03/32 


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7 


12/03/°2 


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12/D<./a2 


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IZ/C^/PZ 


A 




s 


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12/06/32 


c. 




H 


? 


12/U/''2 


A 


1 ^ 


H 


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12/13/92 


H 




s 


? 


12/13/82 


C 




s 


2 


12/16/82 


c 





H 2 3/31/32 3 5 
S 2 10/20/82 A 1 





s 


2 


1/07/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


1/03/P2 


A 




N 




s 


2 


1/21/P2 


A 




N 




H 


2 


1/22/32 


a 


6 P 


N 




s 


2 


1/28/82 


A 




N 




H 




l/2<>/32 


5 


6 P 


N 




s 


2 


2/0<./82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


2/05/82 


c 




N 




H 


2 


2/19/82 


A 




N 




s 


2 


2/25/=2 


A 




N 




H 


2 


2/26/82 


a 




N 




s 


2 


3/33/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


3/0A/P2 


A 


1 5 


N 




s 


2 


3/19/82 


A 


1 P 


N 




s 


2 


3/13/82 


A 




N 


OPINION 




2 


3/l'5/82 


c 


I 9 


N 




H 




A/02/82 


A 


10 


N 




s 


2 


A/lA/32 


A 




N 




s 


2 


4/22/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


A/23/32 


A 




N 




s 


2 


4/2R/82 


A 




N 




VI 


2 


A/30/°2 


A 




N 




s 




5/1A/92 


A 




N 




s 


5 


5/19/32 


A 




N 




s 


2 


6/17/92 


A 




N 




H 


2 


6/13/32 


A 




N 




5 


2 


6/30/92 


A 




\ 




H 


2 


7/01/82 


A 


15 


N 




s 


2 


7/08/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


T/O^/PZ 


A 


lA 


N 




s 


2 


7/22/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


7/23/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


7/30/82 


A 




N 




S 


2 


a/26/92 


A 




N 




H 


2 


3/27/92 


A 


10 


N 




H 


2 


10/01/62 


a 




N 




s 


2 


13/06/»2 


C 


l* 


N 




s 


2 


10/08/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


10/15/32 


A 


lA 


N 




s 


2 


lD/20/32 


A 




N 




H 


2 


10/21/82 


3 




N 




s 


2 


10/27/82 


A 




N 




H 


2 


lD/29/82 


c 


1 3 


N 




H 


2 


10/23/82 


c 


13 


N 




H 


2 


11/25/32 


A 


2 I 


N 




s 




12/16/82 


A 




N 




s 


2 


12/23/92 


A 


I P 


N 



H 2 A/30/82 A 16 

H 2 11/25/32 A 1 

S 2 11/26/82 C 1 

S 2 11/27/82 A A 



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


1/20/32 
',/2A/32 
4/26/82 
6/07/82 
9/0"'/82 
9/0O/82 
10/11/82 


3 

B 
A 
C 
A 


I 

3 

6 P 

1 

V 

1 

1 


N 

N 

p 

N 

N 

N S33 

N 


H 2 

"sl 


l/02/°2 
3/13/32 
3/16/82 


A 
A 

c 


9 

1 

3 P 


N 
N 
N 


S 2 
" 2 

w 

H 2 
S 2 


2/10/82 
3/26/32 
3/26/82 
4/21/82 
4/23/82 
4/2-'/92 


c 

a 
A 

c 

c 


7 

1 

10 

1 

c 

i 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


S 2 
H 1 

H 2 
S 2 

S ? 
M 2 
S 2 

H 2 
S 2 


1/05/82 
1/13/82 

2/14/=2 

11/2P/82 

12/07/92 

2/D9/R2 

2/15/52 

2/16/R? 

12/16/82 


a 

A 
A 

A 
A 
A 


A 

1 

A 

1 


■■ ^ 
"l P 

1 M 

4 


c 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N K9P 

N S51 

E 


H 2 
H 2 

C 7 
H I 


6/03/92 
6/06/82 
6/08/82 
6/17/82 


a 

A 
A 


4 

A 
A 

IR 


N 

E 
E 
N 


H 2 
H 7 


l/0"»/82 
l/2'?/82 


A 
A 


A 

A 


c 
L 



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MONTH 



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1/01/82 



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HUNT. JAXE5 =. JR., SPEECHES 
THE GPVER'JOP HAH A OOINT 

HUNT TO SPEAK AT CE'E"ONISS FT R JORDAN LAKE 
mSE CLAI'iS TOBACCO Pi^CGRAH CHANGES VITAL 
HUNT CRITICIZES FUEL ADJUSTMENT RATE HIKES 
HUNT URGES CHANGING UTILITIES' FUEL CLAUSE 
JAPANESE Fir>*( TO PRODUCE IMINO ACIDS IN N.C. PLANT 
STUOE-IT AIO CUTS ASSAILED 
HUNT URGES DTI. BUSINESS COOPERATION 
HUNT SAYS ROU HAS "CO^E OF AG= ' 

HUNT CALLS 'OU SIGN 0= GROWTH IN TRIANGLE AREA 
HUNT TO SPEAK IN VANCE 
THOUSANDS DEDICATE JO'DAN LAKT 
DA>"S OEUICATIGN DRAv.S CROWD 
HUNT URGES NO STUDENT LOAN CUTS 

N.C. COLLEGES. UNIVERSITIES HOLD SRAOUATION EXERCISES 
HUNT ENDORSES TAX-FREE BONDS = OR PRIVATE SCHOOLS 
HUNT WANTS ALL-OUT PUSH TO REDUCE DROPOUT RATE 
REALISTIC COURSES ARE URGED T< HELP LOwER DROPOUT RATE 
HUNT SAYS WATER BONOS NEEOEO =0R N.C. GROWTH 
FLA. GOV. WANTS SOUTHERN COMMON MARKET 
SOUTH SEEN AS "COMMON MARKET- 
13<. GET DIPLOMAS FROM MATH SCHOOL 
FIRST M4TH SCHOOL CLASS GRADUATES 

HUNT STRESSES EOUCATION IN MICROELECTRONICS FIELD 
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL OEOICATEO AT UMSTEAO HOSPITAL IN BUTNER 
'CHIP' INDUSTRY PLANS RESEARCH HQ IN PARK 
MICROELECTRONICS CENTER GETS 'RAISE 
HUNT: SCHOOLS HAVE LOST REAGAM TEAM'S SUPPORT 
HUNT: PUBLIC SCHOOLS «RE FACING CHALLENGE 
HUNT RAPS REPUBLICANS IN SPEECH 

STATE PLANS WORKSHOPS FOR MINORITY BUSINESSES 
GOV. HUNT TO ADDRESS INTERFAITH COUNCIL 
HUNT ■'APS MEDICAL BENEFITS DECISION 
DEMOCRATS CRITICIZE REAGAN 
BUSINESS HAS STAKE IN EDUCATION 

HUNT SAYS OEIOC'ATIC CANDIDATES SHOULD CITE 'REPUBLICAN RECESSION' 
HUNT 3LAMES REitJjN FOR 'MESS' 
NEW AIRPORT TERMINAL OPENS IN GREENSBORO 
HUNT TO APPEAR 

HUNT USES SLOGAN TQ LAMBASTE SOP 

HiJNT PRAISES ?L»CK CLERGY"AN; SIDESTEPS ISSUE OF PCS LANDFILL 
GOVFRNOP DROPS IN ON GENERAL 'BAPTIST CONVENTION 
CHATHAM GETS t2'»2,<,47 GRANT 
HUNT DEDICATES ONE »ARK CENTE' NEAR RTP 
DEDICATION IS FRUITION OF 'LONG JOURNEY' 
TECHNICAL PATHOLOGY FIRM TO BE CENTER'S FIRST TENANT 

HUNT, JAMES ■". JR.. STAFF 

HUNT LOBBYIST WAS PAID 578,000 
ASSISTANT PRESS SECRETARY NAMED 

HUNT. JAMES ». JR., STAFF BUDGET 

HUNT LOBBYIST WAS PAID £78,000 

HUNT, JAMES B. J'.. STATE EMPLOYEES 
HUNT MAY DELAY PAY HIKES 
HUNT URGES N.C. EMPLOYEE PAY !AISE 

FLAHERTY CRITICIZES HUNT'S 'STATE EMPLOYED CRONIES- 
STATE EMPLOYEES UNLIKELY TO GET ALL THEY DEMAND 
HUNT'S DILEMMA: LAYOFFS OR NO RAISES 

HU"'T. JAMES F. JR.. TAXES 

HUNT, LEGISLATIVE LEADE»S BAC< AWAY FROM TAX HIKE 

AN UNFAIR TAX 

HUNT SAYS INVENTORY TAX MAY DETER NEW INDUSTRY 

HUNT ASKS SOUTHERN GOVERNORS TO OPPOSE FEDERAL TAX CHANGES 

HUNT: CIGARETTE TAX HIKE TO COST N.C. JOBS, REVENUE 

STRONGER TAX FRAUD LAWS URGED 

HUNT TO LEAVE HIGHWAY ISSUE ALONE NEXT YEAR 

HUNT, JAMES 3. JR., THREATS AGAINST HIS LIFE 

WOMAN SENTENCED FOR MAKING TH'EATS TO REAGAN, HUNT 

HUNT. JAMES P. JR., TOBACCO 
HUNT SAYS FARMERS ' " ' 



INT SAYS FARMERS WTLLING TO CHANGE LEAF PROGRAMS 
1 CONGRESSMEN SAY ALLOTMENT STUDY FLAWED 
lev. HUNT URGES SENATE TO ENACT TOBACCO BILL 
(UNT URGES SENATE OK OF LEAF =ILL 
.IGARETTE TAX VOTE DISAPPOINTS HUNT 
(UNT SAYS CIGARETTE TAX HUE JOULD HE CATASTROPHIC 

HUNT TO ATTEND OPENING 

LEAF "RICES HIGH ON DURHAM MARKET 

TOBACCO PRICES SURPASS AREA FARMER 

HUNT URGES LEAF FIRMS TO BUY "ORE 



3 . 

GOV 
HUN 
C 



RS' EXPECTATIONS 




ONGRESS 



HU^'T. JAMES ". JR.. TRAVEL 

HUNT JOINS =0R0 PLANT PEP RALLY 



HUf:T, JAMES 3. JR. 
GOVERNOR WON' 



WATER 

CALL BONO ISSUE THIS YEAR 



HUNT. LOUIS CLAIBORNE 
CPITUARY 
OP ITU4RY 

HUNT, MADSARCT KERNS IKINSTONI 
OPITUARY 

HUNT, OSCAR ALLEN 
OBITUARY 

HUNT, PATRICIA STANFORD 

JUDGE SEEKS TO KEEP SEAT 

N.C. LEGISLATORS RATED ON EFFECTIVENESS 

ROOTS IN RACISM 

UNCONTESTED RACES IN ORANGE 

HUNT. RACHEL 

HUNT'S DAUGHTER IN POLITICS 

HUNT. RALPH (DURHAM CITY COUNCIL! 

HUNT RAPS WAV SEATS ARE FILLED 

ANSWERS SAIO KEY IN BOND VOTE 

3 CREST STREET HOUSING SITES ARE PROPOSED 

COUNCILMEN CLASH ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MATTER 



1/31/82 D 

2/10/82 C 

3/1^/82 A 

3/31/82 A 

4/01/82 A 

4/03/82 A 

4/17/82 A 

4/21/82 C 

4/26/82 A 

4/27/82 C 

4/30/82 B 

5/01/82 A 

5/D2/82 A 

5/10/82 A 

5/1D/82 A 

5/17/82 A 

5/18/82 A 

5/10/82 A 

5/26/82 C 

6/03/82 B 

6/03/R2 C 

6/13/82 C 

6/14/82 C 

6/24/82 C 

7/01/82 3 

7/02/82 A 

7/02/82 C 

7/09/82 A 

7/10/82 A 

7/23/82 C 

7/30/82 A 

9/01/82 B 

9/11/82 A 

9/18/82 A 

9/26/82 D 

9/30/82 a 

10/01/82 C 

10/11/82 C 

10/20/82 B 

10/21/82 B 

10/27/82 A 

_ 10/28/82 A 

1 11/13/82 C 

2 11/16/82 A 
■ 11/16/82 C 

11/16/82 C 



2/04/82 
9/01/82 



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11 

13 

10 

1 

6 

14 

1 

1 

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10 

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1 

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H 2 12/11/82 A 11 



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N E0 5 

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N H60 

N 

N F30 

N H60 



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N 

N 

N H60 

N r,53 

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N 

N 

N 

N 

N 381 

N S83 

N A20 

N 

N L41 



H 2 2/04/82 A 1 



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9/01/82 


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8 


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10/04/82 


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4 


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2 


11/15/82 


A 


I 


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H 


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12/01/82 


A 


1 


N 


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3/24/82 


A 


4 


1 


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5/10/82 


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1 1 


N 


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i/n/iz 


A 


9 


N 


S 


? 


3/26/82 


A 


? 


N 


H 


? 


9/16/82 


H 


7 


N 


s 


2 


11/29/82 


A 


1 


N 



H ? 


2/13/82 


A 


S 


P N 




H f 


5/07/82 


r 


ft 


N 




H / 


6/25/82 


r 


s 


N 




H f 


7/08/32 


n 


ft 


N 




H ,> 


7/23/32 


A 


1 1 


N 




H / 


7/3D/82 


A 


ft 


N 




S 7 


7/31/82 


A 


\ 


N 




S ? 


8/03/'>2 


A 


I 


O NJ 


EOft 


H ? 


3/04/82 


A 


1 


N 


"81 


H ? 


8/07/32 


A 


1 


N 




H ? 


3/27/82 


A 


1 n 


N 




S / 


9/20/82 


A 


3 


P 1 




H I 


9/21/82 


B 


1 


N 




S / 


10/11/32 


r 


1 


N 




s ? 


10/12/32 


A 


I 


P N 


M73 


H f 


10/13/82 


3 


1 


N 


Hfll 


S 7 


12/08/82 


A 


1 


N 




H 7 


12/09/82 


A 


71 


N 




S 2 


12/14/82 


L 


1 


N 


M23 



3/26/82 A 13 



H 2 8/03/82 B 12 



6/01/82 3 
5/02/82 a 



H 2 6/27/82 C 



2 1/08/82 

2 6/04/82 

2 9/06/82 

2 11/03/82 



1 N 
5 L 
1 N 



S 2 4/20/82 C 



1/16/82 
2/04/12 
2/12/°2 
2/18/82 



N S51 
N 383 
N S51 
N S51 



»HIUUIH[lllPHW»Wl«J»«lll^,l|«Ul»HIUI«llllUIUUim]JUMIll 



MONTHLY/AN 



DURHAM SEEKS >=EDE'AL OK OF EO^Ef-ONT PLAN 

COUNCIL HEM^E'S OUESTIQ-1 FUNDIMG ?LA>4 FOR CIVIC CENTE5 

CEMT-ED GETS TENTATIVE 0« : CITY COUNCIL ""EXEERS NOT FULLY PLEA5E9 

HUNT: CITY ''UST ENSURE MINORITY PARTICIPATION 

O'ICI'.'AL CENTER PLAN 3ACKE0 

HUNT PRHOS COUNCIL f^N PLANS 

5 SOLONS ?ack arms freeze 

SPLIT CITY PANEL OKS HAYTI PL^N 
HAYTI AGREEMENT B'SINGS DISAGREEMENT 
CONSOLiriATIMG CITY FUNCTIONS TO 3E STUDIED 
CITY APPOINTMENTS CALLED 'TOK-NISM' 

TRAVEL Expenses may triple 

FRUGALITY CAN S= C OUNTE'-PRCOJC TI VE 

COU'.CIL VOTES TO »NNE» AREAS 

CITY COUNCIL "JOESN'T OELAY AN-1EXATI0^( 

iOY? WON'T SEEK SEAT AGAIN 

BOYD =OHS OUT OF CONTEST FOR SEAT 

PANEL TO REVIEW FAIR-HOUSING 'LAN 

RE.'«AR<S ABOUT HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION CALLED A 'CHEAP SHOT' 

DEL CASTILhO report DRAWS FIRE 

COUNCILMAN'S REACTION A OtSSE'VICS TO CITIZENS 

SOIGhTER CITY MONEY PICTURE PAINTED 

HUNT. RALPH JR. 

TENNIS 1. BASKETBALL J: HILLSIDE'S HUNT PREFERS RUSHING THE NET. 
HILLSIDE'S HUNT. JORDAN WIN TrNNIS SECTIONALS 
HUNT 8RFAKS TENNIS CARRIER 

HUNT. RO^IALO NFAL ( THQm ASV I LL E 1 

TEEN-AGER SETS TigO LIFE TERMS 

HUNT. STEPHEN (UNION MILLSl 

CROSS BURNINGS BEING PROBED 
YOUTH FACES 30-YEAR SENTENCE 

HUNT. WANDA 

CANDIDATES =ILE 

CANCIOATES TACKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 

CANTIDATES BACK STATE E»A 

i-YEAO TERMS AN ISSUE IN 16TH DISTRICT RACE 

ORANGE CANDIDATES CITE EDUCATION MONEY NEEDS 

WALKER. HUNT 16TH SENATE NOMI'4EE3 

ISSUES RANGE =ROM ERA TO SCHOOLS AT FORUM 

1»>TH niSTRICT HnpFF'JLS SEE FUMDS SHORTAGE 

SENATE PACE MAKES ISSUE OF TAX STAND 

WANDA HUNT. RUSSELL -ALKER SENATE WINNERS 

ORANGE INCUMBENTS WIN 

HUNT. WILLIAM JR. 

WAR, ABORTION HAVE COMMON BASE 
ANTt-ABORTION LETTERS PROPAGANDA 
A MILLION FETAL HUMANS KILLED EACH YEAR 
ABORTION LETTERS 'WRONG' 

HUNT. WILLIAM LANIER 

A BOOK "LOOMS; HIS LIFE WORK: MAPPING TRAILS FOR GARDENERS 

BETH KANTNE': FRIENDS GATHER TO WISH HER WELL 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE'S LIKE THAT 

HUNTER. 3U0DV 

BUDDY HUNTER 



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A 3ASE3ALL CASUALTY 



TOP LEAGUE HONORS 
WENZEL. 



JA« HAVING FINE YEAR 



"UfTER. CURTIS 

THE WATCHER 

HUNTER HANDLING PRESSURE WITH CAL" 
SPARTANS. TIGERS ROMP 
HUNTER "^RA 'lEARS END AT SOUTHERN 
HUNTER SAVES SOUTHERN 
■THE RECRUITMENT 0'= CURTIS HUNTER: A FIVE-PART SERIES. . . 
CURTIS HUNTER: ^NE NICE GUY iHO FINISHES FIRST ON AND OFF THE. . 

• DIARY OF A COACH 

. DIA^Y OF A COACH: CURTIS'S RECRUITMENT HAS SEEN ONLY A FEW SOUR 
FLYING HIGH 
HUNTER'S HOME FINALE TONIGHT 

• DIARY OF A COACH 

HUNTER'S 3e KEY SPARTANS OVER FALCONS 

HUNTER ACCEPTS "IDS 

SPARTANS REACH PEAK IN HOME FINALE 
■ DIARY OF A COACH 
. DIARY OF A COACH 

HUNTER. PARRISH WIN 

SPACTINS ^.ET HONORS 

3E3T OF LUCK TO CURTIS HUNTER; 

HUNTER. DAVIS NAMED ALL-STATE 

HUNTER AP PLAYER OF Y'^AR 

KEN MILLER: CHAPEL hilL'S VETERAN COACH. . . 

TAR HEELS REAP IN-STATE HARVEST 

HUNTER. OAuGhERTy center STAG? IN CAPITAL CLASSIC 

HOME-ORCwN =AIR STARS PI CAPITAL CLASSIC 

DUKE-ROUND OAWKINS KEYS D.C. ?T«RS 

CURTIS HUNTER TO ANNOUNCE DECISION TODAY 

HUNTER <:AYS he WAS ALWAYS A UN C FAN 

• NO. I TAR HEELS ARE NO. I WITH lURTIS HUNTER 
. HUNTER CHOOSES UNC 

. SMITH: THE MAN TO BEAT ALL ALONG 
. PREP NOTES 

MONDAY IS CUR'^IS HUNTER DAY 

HUNTE" GETS DUAL HONOR 

BOARD HONORS HUNTER 

HUNTER IS HONHRED ON HIS DAY 

AWARDS NIGHT 

HUNTER NO. 1 AGAIN 

HUNTER PACES FESTIVAL TEAM 

OAwKINS HITS ?2. LEADS EAST IN 

CURTIS HUNT=R'S TEAM OOING FQ? 

HUNTER. DAwKINS WIN FESTIVAL HONORS 

HUNTER. DAWKINS HONORED 

ENTER AND SING IN. PLEASE 

DAWKINS FIRST IN LINE FOR STA' DOM 

HUNTER. DAISY ARELEAN 
OBITUARY 

HUNTFR. DWIGHT ANDREW 

•ROOT DOCTOR' FILES SUIT To G= T REWARD 

HUNTER. FRANK M. ( H I LLSBOR OUCH I 
WARREN COUNTY MISTREATED 

HUNTER. JACK M. PEV. 

DURHAM CHURCHES TRY TO KEEP mfmbE"S 

HUNTER. JIM (BUTNERI 

CHEESE POURING INTO oUTNER 

HUNTER. JIM (NASCaRI 



FESTIVAL LOSS 
FESTIVAL GOLD 







S 




I 


T 




N E 




E 




L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


C 


PC 


L 


P 


8YL 


S 2 


3/10/82 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


3/11/82 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


3/12/62 


A 


I 




N 


S51 


S 2 


3/22/e2 




1 




N 


S33 


H 2 


3/2',/e2 


A 


1 




N 


S51 


5 2 


3/26/°2 


C 


1 




N 


K90 


S 2 


4/20/32 


c 


1 




N 


<90 


H 2 


<./23/"'2 


9 


1 


H 


N 


S51 


S 2 


'./23/32 


C 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


6/11/32 


5 


I 




N 


S51 


H 2 


T/OI/RZ 


3 


1 




N 


L41 


S 2 


7/23/H2 


C 


1 




• ) 


K90 


S 2 


7/24/02 


A 


4 




c 




H 2 


9/03/e2 


A 


1 




N 


S51 


S 2 


R/08/"2 


A 


1 


P 


N 


K90 


S 2 


10/l=/fl2 


A 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


10/20/^2 


3 


1 




N 


SSI 


H 2 


11/25/92 


9 


I 




N 


S5l 


S 2 


12/17/82 


A 


1 




M 


K90 


H 2 


l2/l5/''2 


3 


9 


P 


N 




S 2 


12/20/82 


A 


4 




F 




H 2 


12/24/32 


3 


1 




N 


S51 


H 2 


1/12/92 


8 


2 


P 


c 


S71 


H 2 


5/14/82 


C 


4 




N 




S 2 


3/03/32 


B 


? 


P 


F 


018 


H 2 


2/l<>/82 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


3/n/82 


A 


9 




N 




S 2 


5/29/82 


A 


14 




N 




S 2 


5/07/82 


A 


1 




N 


<31 


H 2 


i/14/82 


3 


9 




N 


W36 


H 2 


6/17/32 


C 


10 




N 


M23 


S 2 


6/26/82 


A 


10 




N 


M23 


H 2 


5/27/82 


D 


2 




N 


"23 


H 2 


6/30/°2 


a 


5 




N 


••2 3 


H 2 


10/26/92 


B 


1 




N 


W36 


S 2 


10/29/92 


A 


5 




N 


W35 


H 2 


0/31/82 


D 


2 




N 




H 2 


1/03/92 


3 


I 




N 




S 2 


11/03/82 


C 


I 




N 




H 2 


5/19/82 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


5/28/82 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


8/29/82 





4 




L 




H 2 


9/11/82 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


6/06/82 





3 


P 


U 


H45 


H 2 


6/08/82 


A 


6 


P 


N 




S 2 


7/03/82 


A 


1 1 




U 




H 2 


3/07/82 


3 


1 





U 




S 2 


2/26/82 


D 


2 




U 


R66 


S 2 


1/07/32 


C 


3 


p 


o 


S76 


H 2 


1/10/82 


8 


9 




N 


S71 


S 2 


1/30/82 


A 


a 


p 


N 




S 2 


2/02/92 




2 


p 


U 


C09 


S 2 


2/06/82 


A 


8 


p 


U 


C09 


H 2 


2/13/82 


3 




p 


A 




H 2 


2/14/82 


B 


I 


p 


F 


M71 


H 2 


2/15/82 


3 


7 


p 


F 


M71 


H 2 


2/16/82 




2 


o 


p 


M71 


S 2 


2/16/82 


A 


1 


p 


P 


R91 


S 2 


2/16/82 


B 


2 





U 


C09 


H 2 


2/17/82 


C 


1 


o 


p 


MTl 


H 2 


2/17/82 


C 


2 


p 


N 




S 2 


2/17/82 


3 


1 




N 


C09 


S 2 


2/17/92 


e 


1 


p 


U 


C09 


H 2 


2/19/92 





1 


p 


F 


M7 1 


H 2 


2/19/32 


C 


1 


p 


P 


M71 


H 2 


2/20/82 


3 


3 




N 




S 2 


Z/Zn/'Z 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


2/29/92 


3 


2 




L 




H 2 


3/17/32 


e 


■» 


o 


N 




S 2 


3/17/82 


D 


1 


p 


N 




H 2 


3/19/92 





I 





F 




S 2 


3/24/02 


c 


2 


p 


u 


F25 


H 2 


3/25/52 


D 


I 




N 


C52 


H 2 


3/26/82 


C 


I 




N 


C52 


S 2 


3/26/92 





1 




N 




H 2 


4/01/82 





2 


o 


N 




S 2 


4/01/92 


A 


1 


o 


N 


C39 


S 2 


4/01/92 


B 


1 




U 


C09 


H 2 


4/02/82 


C 




o 


N 


C5? 


S 2 


4/02/'>2 









U 


013 


S 2 


4/02/R2 


3 


, 




u 


ro9 


S 2 


4/02/°2 


C 






N 




S 2 


4/05/82 


D 


1 




N 




H 2 


4/06/82 


A 





p 


N 




S 2 


4/06/82 


C 


1 


3 


N 




H 2 


4/21/P2 







P 


P 


R91 


S 2 


6/07/82 





1 i 




N 




S 2 


7/28/92 


b 


-) 




N 




H 2 


7/29/82 


D 


3 




N 




S 2 


7/29/°2 


a 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/02/'>2 


B 


3 




N 




S 2 


3/02/''2 


D 


7 




N 




S 2 


10/15/82 





2 


P 


5 




S 2 


11/19/32 





15 


P 


F 


= 25 



H 2 1/19/92 E 4 

H 2 2/02/82 2 12 N 

H 2 9/24/P2 A 4 L 

S 2 11/13/82 A 3 N coo 

H 1 2/12/"2 3 1 P N L30 



MONTHL*/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



WHJT'S IN A NAME? 

"UNTERt LINDA 

ORANGE GROd" AI"S AT YOUTH 
TROUBLED YOUTH TO GET HELP 

HUNTER. RICHARD E. 

CARRBORO MANAGE' HAPPY WITH ■" I 
ClR^aORO: ND TAX HKE EXPECTET 
CARaanso "UOGET calls for no 'ax hike 

BOARD JANTS TO KEEP REFUND CUT OF BUDGET 

CARPBORO AVOIDING REFUND USE 

AL = »T CABLE. CARi*nO'a MANAGERS DI'^AGREE OVER FRANCHISE FEES DUE 

CARRfiORf^ TO HOL"^ HEARING ON BUDGET 

ALDER-EN CLCISE TOORS 

CARPECRC ALOEPMEN PLAN CLOSED MEETING JUNE 16 

2NU SESSION ON "ANAGEP SET NEXT JEEK 

ClRPBHRO "aNaGER'S ACCUSERS ENUMERATE THEIR CHARGES 

CLOSED SESSION IS rtEONESDAY 

CARRBORC 50ARD VOTES <.-3 TO CLEAR MANAGER 

HUNTER ANSWERS CHARGES 

CARRBORO PLAN HOULD FINANCE HOME REPAIRS 

POSSIBLE MQTEL SITE RE20NED 

g-JOUGH SAID HARD TO REPLACE 

BROUGH REPLACEMENT SOUGHT 

HUNTER. ROY (CHARLOTTE) 

AMATEU* CHASING A DREAM 

HUNTER. SILAS LEE 
OBITUARY 

HUNTER. SWEETIE LEE 
CITUARY 

HUNTER. TERA W. „ _ 

ASSnCIATION HONORS TWO UNC PRTFS. DUKE STUDENT 
DURHAM STUDENT MINS H I STOP ICAL -GROUP PRIZE 

HUNTER. THEA 

BLACK IMAGES RAISE OUESTIONS 

MUNTFR. VICTOR 

HUNTE" LUNCHIN" ON CIAA SECONOARIES 

"UPOLE. PEGGY ANN CARVER I HUP DL E MILLS) 
jOMAN is killed as 3UILDING FALLS 

HURL"^UPT. JOHN AND JANE 

ADOPTION: MAKING HAY FOR OLDEP ■ 



SPECIAL NEED? CHILDREN 



HURLEY. ALFDRD "SONNY" EOiiARD 
O'ilTUARY 

HUPST. LARRY (RICHMOND. VA.) 

27-YEAR SEPARATION ENDS IN FAMILY REUNION 

HUPST, LAWRENCE HOWARD 
OBITUARY 

HUPST. ROSA P. 
OEITUARY 

HURWITZ, BARRIE J. DR. 

HEADACHES ARE TOPIC OF nuKE TALK 

OH, MY ACHING. ..HOW TO CO°E WITH A PAIN IN THE HEAD 

DOCTORS: RELIEF VARIES WITH TYPE OF HEAD PAIN 

HUSKETM. GARY 

2 CITIZENS HELP PSOS IN ARRESTS 

HU'KEY. PATRICIA ANN (SHELBY) 

MOTHE" FACES MURDER CHARGE IN GIRL'S DEATH 

HUSKEY. ROY 

HUTCHINS ■ 



EXECUTION DATE STAYED 



HUSKINS. J. FRANK 

COURT JUSTICE'S COUSIN IS PROMOTED 

HUSKINS. WILLIAM S. 

COURT JUSTICE'S COUSIN IS PROMOTED 

HUTCHE'IS, TIM lauRLINGTON) 

TWO BURLINGTON MEN ARE SENTENZEO FOR KIDNAPPING 

HUTCHINS. FLORA ATKINS 
OBITUARY 

HUTCHI>'S. JAMES 

CCN"E''NFO MAN SEEKS EARLY EXECUTION 
INMATF FILES "OTION ASKING FO' EXECUTION 
LAWYERS SAY INMATE NOW WANTS TO LIVE 
HUTTHINS GRANTED STAY OF EXECJTION 
HUTCHINS' EXECUTION DATE STAYED 

HUTCHINS, ROBERT LEE 
O'^ITUARY 

HUTCHINS. WAYNE P. 

HUDSON SAYS BICKETIG DISCOURAGES APPLICANTS 

3 BEAT WARD 6 DEADLINE 

2 "ORE SEEK WARD •> JOB 

WARD b APPLICANTS DUE FOR INTERVIEW 

WARD 6 APPLICANTS SOUND OFF 

CANDIDATES INTERVIEWED FOR WARD t> VACANCY 



HUTCHINSON. 



FREO JAMES (PERSON CO.l 
HUTCHINSON. CPtL MANAGE' 



HUTCHINSON. JAMES 

3-YEAR-OLO T.JINS FOUND UNHARMi^D 

HUTSON. HOWARD EUGENE 
OBITUARY 

HUTSON. WILLIAM ALLEN (HILLSBOROUGH) 

2 SUSPECTS HELD AFTER BANK ROBBERY 
BONOS REDUCED FOR men CHARGED IN 1ANK ROBBERY 
BANK RCPBERY SUSPECT SURRENDE'S WITH tl,200 
MAN SURRENDERS IN ROBBERY 

HUTSON. WILLIAM THOMAS 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRU3 PUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C:iUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

JAILER ACCUSED OF SELLING GUN 













OAGE 159 












1/17/B3 






S 


t 


T 




N = 




h 


L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


C 


PG L 


P 


BYL 


H 2 


2/07/92 


3 


6 


N 


S91 


H ? 


5/05/B2 


A 


11 


N 




S 2 


5/0S/e2 


A 




N 




H ? 


l/02/?2 


3 




F 


"23 


S 7 


5/U/'!2 


( 




N 




H ' 


5/12/R2 


A 


13 


N 


M23 


H ,> 


5/26/P2 


M 




N 


M23 


S 2 


5/26/92 


A 




N 




S I 


4/03/12 


A 




N 


"23 


S 7 


6/09/92 


A 




N 


"23 


H 2 


6/0'?/92 


A 




N 




<; 7 


6/0^/92 


A 




>l 


W36 


H 7 


6/10/62 


A 


■> 3 


N 




H 7 


6/13/92 


1 




N 


"23 


H 7 


6/15/92 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


6/17/B2 


V 




^) 


M36 


S 2 


6/17/92 


A 




M 


W36 


H 7 


7/08/92 


A 




N 


M23 


H 7 


7/l<./»2 


H 




N 


M2 3 


H 7 


8/06/32 


A 




N 


M23 


S 2 


3/06/82 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


'./01/B2 


D 


I P 


F 


POT 



H 2 3/19/92 C 9 
H 2 3/31/92 B 9 



H 2 11/20/32 B 1 
S 2 11/20/82 A 19 



N 



H 2 11/05/32 II P U G68 
H 2 10/13/92 3 2 P F 966 



H 2 <./26/92 A 10 

5 2 lD/27/82 C 1 

H 2 5/02/82 C A 

H 2 2/2<./92 B 1 

H 2 11/13/92 C 4 

H 2 3/19/82 A 17 





G J06 



N 







H 2 1/31/82 A 4 N 

H 2 2/03/»2 B IDF S36 



S 2 2/03/92 C 1 

H 2 6/12/92 A 5 

H 2 5/30/92 A 7 

H 2 10/05/92 A 9 

H 2 1/07/82 A 9 

H 2 1/07/32 A 9 

H 1 2/10/92 C I 

H 2 4/29/82 A 13 



S 2 1/15/92 C 7 

H 2 1/15/92 A 11 

H 2 1/16/92 i 12 

H 2 1/19/92 A 10 

H 2 10/05/92 A 9 



H 2 1/15/92 C 



S 2 ll/05/"2 C 1 

H 2 11/06/92 B 1 

S 2 11/06/92 A 3 

S 2 11/10/92 9 1 

H 2 11/11/92 a 1 

S 2 11/11/92 C 1 



H 2 9/29/93 A 1 1 
H 2 2/14/92 C 5 
H 2 3/19/92 D 5 



F 008 

N 
N 



N 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



N K90 

N 

N 

N K90 

N S51 

•I Kgo 



H 2 3/19/92 A ION ASA 

S ' 3/19/02 A ION U57 

H 2 3/20/92 CI N A54 

S 2 3/20/92 C I N 



S 2 6/04/92 A 1 N 
H 2 6/05/92 6 14 N 
H 2 7/14/82 A 1 N A54 



H0NTHLY/4N 



U i I 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
- 12/31/82 



NAMES 



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OFFICERS EXCHANGE SWIPES ON OfPUTV SELLING "f ' ''C?^^„ , -, , , .^,.. 
JAILED INCIDENT SPARKS CQNfLirT BETWEEN POLICE. SHERIFF'S jTAFF 
HUTSON PLEADS GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER 

HUTSOM SE'JTt-mCED 

ppisoN te'm is extended 

>l»N GETS "ORE TIME 

HYPE. HE=6ERT L. lASHEVILLEI 
ANNEXATIONS RULING HIT 

"^""^ 'tr'aCITION JOOATEO: LAUREN INTERPRETS STYLE 
TIKE RIGHT FOR i=ASHlGN INDUSTRY 

HYDE. WALLACE (ASHEVILLEl _^ , „,., 
HYDE AND FLAHERTY EXCHANGE CHARGcS 

■'''^^' SCOTTISH rIjECtP-ERGER offer 3Y first FINANCIAL OF KINSTON 
HYDE. WILLIAM F, 

tihee' output hard to predict 
"^""'"portrmt of the artist as an enterprising young "an 

"'""'^°3APt!stS^GEaR up 'OR revivals: PASTOR GETS A SECOND CHANCE 

HYLTON. sylvan OSCAR 
OBITUARY 

HY" AN ■ Da ^' a 

A MIX OF "OODS FOUND AT CHAPEL HILL EXHIBITS 

HY-AN, MARY (EDGECOMSE CO. 1 , ,„ 

WOMAN CHARGED IN "UROER OF INFANT SON 

CAR C'EDIT NOT NECESSARY 

'^""':i?R6s"AjT?DNS Or55c-s"sMWH IN U. VA. GAME UNDULY ROASTED 

I30AHIM, MICHAEL Aa DRa (CHAPEL HILLI 
IPRAHIM NAMED HEALTH SCHOOL DEAN 
UNC NAMES I3RAHIM PUBLIC HEALTH DEAN 

ICAHN. CARL Ca (NaYal 

DAN RIVER INVESTOR WINS ROUND 

CAROLINA =I5MS CHOICE PLUMS? ^ _ 

DAN RIVER INC. WORKERS OFFER TO 3UY STOCK 

ICiRD. EDITH (HICKORYI 

CONTRIBUTION TURNS OUT TO BE COSTLY 

"children make robots WITH HELP FROM ARTIST 

"■""'senior GOAlVe ILICIC NO LONGER IN OUKE SOCCER 

INGOLD. 'SPEP GUNTER IROCKVILLE. MT . 1 
OSITUARY 

'NGOLD. WAMDA (SILER CITVI 

SILcR CITY 'lA-ES INTERIM "ANAGER 

INGRAM. CARL LEE SR . 
OBITUARY 

INGRAM. ELIZABETH 

FOU» HIT 3Y SHOTGUN PELLETS 

NO ONE INJURED AS MAN FIRES SHOTGUN AT GROUP 

INGRAM. JOHN 

EDITOR OF NEWSLETTER SUES INGRAM 

NEWSLETTER'S 'DITOR SUES JO"N INGRAM 

INGPA- 'SPOKESMAN CRITICIZES STORY ON TELEPHONE CALLS 

INGRA" DEFENDS NEWSLETTER PROBE ^^ , , 

COURT UPHOLDS b PERCENT AUTO INSURANCE RATE HIKE 

LAWYE" : INSURANCE UNIT HURTS =REE SPEECH 

INGRAM: NArlON.IOE SHOULD APPEAL RULING 

INGRA-" -^ROERE" TO STOP 5UPRESSI0N OF NEWSLETTER 

SURCHARGE 3LA"E EXCHANGED , , 

INGOAM v.ANT': 'ESTORATION OF HIS RATE-MAKING POWERS 

JOHN INGRAM RESCINDS LETTER 

196". CA^PIIGN POT FULL OF NAMES 

INGRAM NOT 05JOY TO TAKE STAN3 ON INSURANCE CHANGES 

STATE GRANTS FUNDS TO PAY FOR ACTUARIES .,,„.. 

CAROLINA POLL SAYS GRAHAM LEADS IN NAME RECOGNITION 

INGRAM RAPS DURHAM LIFE FOR N3 T TELEVISING SHOW 

NO INSURANCE CLASSIFICATION CHANGES URGED 3Y PANEL 

RENFROw: INGRAM REFUSED TO SIGN LETTER ON AUDIT 

ING'A"'S AGENCY AUDITED; il.5 MILLION IN ERRORS FOUND 

INGRAM'S STAFF WILL RESPOND ABOUT AUDIT 

INGRAM: NEW SYSTE" LED TQ MOST ERRORS 

RENFROW: INGRAM REFUSED TO SIGN LETTER 

JOINT APPPOPRIATIONS PANEL APPROVES EXPANSION 3U0GET 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT'S REACTION TO AUDIT CRITICIZED 

INGRAM ?aC<S RATE CUT BILL 

STATE CANNOT AF'^ORO THIS KINO OF LIABILITY 

JOHN INGRAM TARGET OF ATTACK 

CAR INSURANCE 3ILL PUSHED AS n E „--,., 

LEGISLATORS JLAMJ INGRAM PflR INSURANCE BILL'S DEFEAT 

INGRA- REPORTS =UNDS RECOVERED 

IMGRA" RELEASES LICENSE MANUAL 

INSURANCE PROBLEMS TO SE STUDIED IN WAKE OF CHARLOTTE FIRE 

INGRAM PEJECTS PROPOSAL TO INIREASE CAR INSURANCE 

riGPA": 'OFFICE IS OPEN' 

INGRAM SEEKS ADDITIONAL FUNDS 

INGRAM "LASTS SAFE-DRIVER SURI HARCE IDEA 

INGRAM SAYS HE WILL OK FIR.M 

INGRAM. Oa KELLY 

ISRAEL. UaS. SHARE 3LAME 

,NGR.-.^ROGER^.PENLAND.^^_^^^_^ .GAINST GOVERNMENT 

""""julGE'cLOSEriEAi^SriFTER HIS NA-E COMES UP IN TESTIMONY 
CLOSEO-nOOR COURT HEARING CALLED ILLEGAL 
LaSyep says JUDGE CALLED RECESS TO CLEAR COURTROOM 
HIGHWAY PATROL PLANS DRUG ALLEGATIONS PROBE 
JUDGE HUNT INVOLVED IN COURTROOM CLOSINGS 



DATE 

7/l4/=2 
7/15/^2 
10/06/82 
10/06/82 
11/03/62 
ll/03/"2 



H 2 a/05/92 A 



2/18/82 
2/18/82 



9/04/82 A 
1/08/82 C 
11/27/82 A 
U/18/82 D 
3/06/82 A 
3/01/92 C 



N U57 
N A54 
N 351 



A15 
S33 



F7e 

M23 
A15 
A20 



H 2 12/03/82 D 11 P R 066 

S 2 3/11/82 3 7 N 

S 2 6/09/82 A A E 

M 2 2/l<./82 3 2 L 



S 2 9/10/P2 C 1 N 
H 2 9/11/82 A 11 P N 



H 2 11/20/82 5 7 
H 2 12/19/82 10 
H 2 12/30/82 A 12 



N 



H 2 5/2A/82 A 11 N 

H 2 3/09/82 A 6 P N 

H 2 9/12/82 B 12 N C52 

H 2 2/27/82 =60 

H 1 A/16/P2 B 1 N 

H 2 6/21/82 3 8 



H 2 11/13/82 C I 
S 2 11/13/82 A 12 



S 2 


1/01/32 


C 


O 


N 


H 2 


1/02/82 


a 


10 


N 


H 2 


1/18/82 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


1/30/32 


A 


13 P 


N 


H 2 


2/03/P2 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/05/82 


C 


4 


N 


S 2 


2/06/82 


A 


13 P 


N 


H 2 


2/09/''2 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


2/13/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


2/19/62 


A 


K 


N 


H 2 


2/21/82 


A 


19 


N 


H 2 


3/22/82 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


4/01/82 


3 


4 


N 


H 2 


4/08/82 


3 


c 


N 


H 2 


4/11/82 


A 


4 


N 


H 2 


4/19/82 


3 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/29/82 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


5/04/O2 


3 


t. 


N 


H 2 


5/28/82 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/29/82 


C 


12 


N 


H 2 


5/30/82 


A 


5 


N 


S 2 


6/03/82 


c 


c 


N 


H 2 


6/D5/-2 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/11/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/14/°2 


A 


3 


•1 


S 2 


6/14/"2 


A 


u 


E 


H 2 


6/17/82 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


6/23/82 


c 


14 


N 


H 2 


6/24/82 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/33/''2 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/20/82 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


9/17/82 


A 


I 1 


N 


S 2 


10/01/P2 


c 


8 


N 


H 2 


10/03/82 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


lD/23/'=2 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/20/82 


A 


I 


N 


H 2 


12/31/''2 


A 


6 


S 



H 2 a/29/82 A 4 
S 2 4/01/82 A 2 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



3/04/°2 A 7 

3/04/82 A 6 

3/35/82 A 12 

3/11/82 3 6 

7/31/82 A 15 



HW 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/62 - 12/31/92 



DATE 



S I 

S L 
C PG U 



PACE 161 

1/17/33 



BYL 



INMAN, JOE 

PINEHIJRST: THE PLANS ERASE "AST 

INSCOE. ■lACK 

MERRY CHRISTMAS 

INSKIP. SONNY 

FOLKS AROUND HE'E: WITH THE S'GRTING SET 
INSKIP TO REPLACE WEST <=0R KNIGHTS 
KNIGHTS GET NEEDED LIFT 

IOCaOYE, SHQCA 

NIGERIAN MUSIC 

IRACKAi gEATA 

POLE SAYS TAKEOVER WON'T CHANGE MUCH 

IRONSIDE, ELLEN M. DR. (CHAPEL HILL] 

IRO"SIQE NAMEO ASSOCIATE DEAN AT MEREDITH 

IRONSIDE. RODERICK A. 

WE NEED E»A, NOT FALWELL 

FALWELL LETTER SAID INSULTING PROPAGANDA 

ERA WON'T GO AWAY 

IRVINE. REEO (WASHINGTON. O.C.I 

C5S SHOW UNFAIR TO GEN. WESTMORELAND 

IRWIN, LAVERN l!AY 

LIFE TERM GIVEN IN SLAYING 

ISAACS, HAL (ZIONSVILLEl 

WATAUGA DEPUTY SHOT; <. SOUGHT 

ISAACS. LI»BY ORESCHER (NEW YORK CITYI 
OBITUASY 

ISENHOUR. ROY 5. 

MAN ROBEED It DRIVEWAY 
MAN CHARGED WITH R03BFRY 
MAN FACES ROBBERY CHARGE 

ISENHOUR. THOMAS L. DR. 
ISENHOUR GETS AWARD 

TSLEY, ROBIN ANITA 

BURLINGTON TEEN KILLED IN TWO-CAR COLLISION 

ITALtAMO, MARK CLEELANO (VIRGINIA REACH! 
RALEIGH POLICE IDENTIFY WOUNDED MAN 
NO CHARGES SEEN IN WAKE SHOOTING 
MAN IN RALEIGH SHOOTING DIES 

IVES, ANSON ERADLEY (BREVARD) 

2 DURHAM STUDENTS GET MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIPS 
2 SCIENCE AND MATH MOREHEAD WINNERS 

IZLAR, H. LEROY OR. 

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE TREATMENT CAN VARY 

UYDHRE, ROBERT 

CHEMICALS MAY HELP TREAT CANCER: DEVELOPED AT NCCU 
NCCU PROFS TRYING TO IMPROVE RADIATION TREATMENT 
RESEARCH AT NCCU 
RESEARCH AT NCCU 

IZZARO, KAY 

LIFE AMONG THE BUSHBABIES: KAY IZZARO TENDS A COLONY OF 135 

JARY. CLARENCE 

POLICE PROSING EMBEZZLEMENT 

JAPY. ROSA BROWN 
0?I''UARY 

JAPY, WILLIE 

TWO COURT BATTLES MOVE INTO HALL 
SCUFFLES BREAK OUT IN COURT 

JACK, JUDENE 

CHILD SAFETY: BUCKLING UP BECOMES STATE LAW 

JACKMAN, BILL 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG FOR DUKE RECRUITING 
FRESH START WITH FHOSH 

JACKSON, ANDREW (PRESIDENTI 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS TRY TO RESOLVE JACKSON DISPUTE 
DIG FAILS TO SOLVE MYSTERY 
GRIDDERS TACKLE JACKSON ISSUE 

JACKSON, ARTHUR (ARCHITECT! 
HOTEL IN HAYTI BOOSTED 

JACKSON, BILLY RAY 

MAN CHOOSES JAIL TERM RATHER THAN PROBATION 

JACKSON, CYNTHIA 

TWO STUDENTS WIM AWARDS IN HAIR-STYLING 
NEW OUTREACH MEMBER PLANS MATH MEETING 
THEME FOR WEEK SOUGHT 

JACKSON, DFBRA LYNN (CHAPEL HILLl 
FOUR HELD IN ORANGE BREAK-IN 

JACKSON, HARVEY JENTING 
OBITUARY 

JACKSON. HENRY C. (HFNDERSCN! 

2 HEN, IIRPLANE STILL MISSING 
2 FOUNQ OEAO AFTER PLANE CRASH 
PROBE OF PLANE CRASH SHOULD 8? FAST 

JACKSON, HFNRY LOUIS 

MAN, 37, SENTENCED TO DEATH 

JACKSON. HERE (OAVIDSONI 
ARTICLESARTICLES 

JACKSON. JAMES WALLACE 

CONFESSION THROWN OUT BY JUDGE 

JACKSON, JESSE L. 

SCIENCE SCHOOL TAPS HILL 

JACKSON, JOE (CHAPEL HILLl 



H 2 9/l')/B2 3 2 P F POT 
S 2 12/2*/92 C 5 P P C56 



H 2 ',/0B/?2 3 1 1 U 
S 2 7/a3/B2 A 1 N 
S 2 U/10/n2 2 P U C09 



S 2 10/09/B2 A 3 P P T37 
H 2 <,/a2/B2 B 2 P F H<,5 
S 2 6/25/82 C 6 N 



H 2 2/2A/B2 A <, 
S 2 2/2A/82 A A 
H 2 6/22/B2 A 4 



H 2 2/08/82 A A 

H 2 2/19/82 A 6 

H 2 9/17/82 C IS 

H 2 7/02/92 C 11 



H 2 9/12/82 C 3 
H 2 11/01/92 A 9 
S 2 11/01/92 A 10 



S 2 10/18/82 A b 
H 2 5/02/82 C 1 



H 2 11/28/82 C 1 
H 2 12/03/82 C 5 
H 2 12/07/82 A 8 



H 2 3/09/92 B 1 P N 
S 2 3/D9/92 C I N 



S 2 U/19/32 B 1 N M23 

S 2 U/lO/32 A 1 N M23 

H 2 11/11/82 C 10 N 

H 2 11/13/82 A A E 

H 2 11/26/82 A A L 

H 2 9/26/92 E 1 » F B30 

S 2 5/25/82 3 1 N 

H 2 5/02/82 CAD 



H 2 9/03/92 C 8 N 
S 2 9/03/82 C 6 N 



S 2 6/18/82 8 1 P F J06 



H 2 3/18/92 1 U 071 
H 2 11/17/82 D 2 P F M71 



N 

N 

F H66 



H 2 <»/18/82 A 9 
H 2 7/07/82 A 9 
H 2 8/14/32 A 5 



H 2 1/12/92 3 1 
H 2 12/02/82 C 11 



S 2 A/03/82 A 11 N 
S 2 9/03/82 C 1 N 
S 2 9/25/92 A 3 P N K90 



S 2 12/23/82 C 1 
H 2 6/09/82 C 10 



H 1 1/07/82 S 1 
H 2 1/08/82 A I 
S 2 1/08/92 C 1 



H 2 9/05/82 C 3 N 

S 2 1/14/82 U N A15 

H 2 2/19/''2 A 7 N 

S 2 1/01/82 C 1 N 



6*0- H N T H L Y / » NJ^U^.^L _ I^J/jJal = " " * " ^ = "{^^vll 



PKOGSiM TO CURB YOUTHFUL CRIMES SET IN CM4PEL HILL 



S I T 
N e ELY 

P 0AT6 C RG L P 3YL 

H 2 3/06/82 a 1 N 



JACKSON. JOSEPH "ARK ,,^ . ,.,^ H 2 9/25/B2 A 3 M 

■MN CHARGED «ITH STEALING 

JACKSON, LARRY T. H 2 5/21/82 A 5 L 

00 ?ABIES HAVE NO RIGHTS? 

lArKSON. MSYftARD (ATLANTA) 5 2 3/27/82 A3 N 

■"la; 0=AN to 3E =0CUS of R0AST;SRUNCH I I i'4,',4 121 N 

N.C. CENTRAL CELEBRATES Ht* -c c< H 2 <./01/°2 A 25 N 

JAC'SON ASSAILS REAGAN H 2 4/0A/92 C I P » S75 

LAW OAY BAN-JJET H 2 5/17/82 A 11 N 
JACKSON URGES TEAMWORK 

JACKSON. R. GUY H 2 7/23/82 A 9 

OBITUARY 

JACKSON, RANSO" EOGAR H 2 10/05/82 9 3 

OSITUARY 

JACKSON, REGINALO "REGGIE" HARTINH „ 2 9/08/82 3 2 J S9l 

I TAKE ALL THAT 3ACK. REGGIE H 2 9/12/82 8 2 J 071 

REGGIE DRAWS »IS 3UCKS 

JACKSON. VAOA FERRELL H 2 6/20/82 C 2 

0?ITUARY 

JACKSON. uILLISM H 2 9/25/82 3 1 N 

TWO MEN SHOT 

JAC01I. =ETER „, H 2 3/20/B2 A 5 L 

FESTIVAL NEEDS SUPPORT 

JACOBS. CLAUDE JR.„, ,., ^.-- H 2 9/23/82 SIN 

OURHAH "AN SHOT IN,EACE„„,,„ S 2 9/23/82 A 5 N 

BAHAMA MAN RELEASED ON 90ND 

lAfno*;. HEO"* AND 3ELLA (CHARLOTTE! ^ , „ ,, H 7 7/11/82 A A N 

ciARLOTTE COUPLE AMONG VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH " ^ r/ll/s^ 

^*"°|*J5I'r?;Ar5lF|gs^Su?2K°Ji:iRSs.= SASKET.EAV,NG ^ \ ll^ii^li I i P ^ 330 

JACOBS. JAMES =. REV. ISILER CITYI 5,,„n«y< H 1 1/08/82 B 1 N L30 

CHATHAM G'OUP WANTS STORES CLOSED ON SUNDAYS 

JACO-IS. "IRIAH C RICHARD (ROUGEMONTl „ j 2/29/82 E I P F H<,5 

NEW LIFE FOR AN OLD HOUSE 

JACOBS. RO^!ALD DEAN ILELANO) H 2 6/1A/92 A 3 N 

MAN WOUNDED IN SOUTHPORT 

^'"°5;c6b1?"aSSIGNMENTS WON'T INCLUDE DURHAM H 2 7/18/82 B 5 N MTl 

JACO'IS. SYLVIA M. OR. „,,,,„„ S 2 2/18/92 C 1 N 

;:j?S"53c^i5sO^'lllL?°^!5i°lEC™RE ' 2 ''l^/« ' ' " 

■""'^W-. r: ikoSS FIXES VICTROLAS...AND -ORE 5 2 U/DA/82 D 1 = F 97. 

JAC09S. WILLIAM THOMAS (RQUGEMONTI 5 2 1/13/92 C I N 

JACOBS IS GIVEN FINE 

^""le^-pSrT^'FS^ES •INQUIRY. " ' 9/0./82 B I NL*1 

'""-N^crFlcuLTY MEMBERS WILL RECEIVE AWARDS S2 5/12/82 C 6 N 

JAHES* SEATQICE HOWARD H 2 6/0«/82 A 10 

jeiTUARY 

^"•"lc!'=?0 TEST SHOT CLOCK. THREE-POINTER " ' ''''^" ^ ' " "' 

JAMES. CHARLIE SAMUEL I HI LL SBOROUGH 1 „ j 12/29/92 A 10 

OBITUARY 

JA-ES. DERRICK -REY" JCOAST GUARD LT.) „ 2 12/22/82 C 5 N 

COAST GUARD LIEUTENANT CHARGED 

JAMES. GEORGE w. H 2 1/16/32 A 9 

OP I'^UARY 

JAMES, HUNTER 1 WINSTON-SALEM) S 2 3/06/82 A II F 

THE LIT^^RARY LANTERN 

J'-E^fniigSECEIVE -SILVER BEAVER- SCOUT AWARDS » ' '^'^^''^ B 1 = N 

JAMES. LARRY SHELTON IFAYETTEVILLEl „ j 10/26/82 3 I N 

W0M«N HFLO AT KNIFEPOINT 5 j 10/26/82 3 1 N 

HEARING SET IN PEST HOME CASE 

JA»ES. LYNN (SALISBURY) „, ,„- . ..rcc S 2 2/25/82 A 10 N 

SIX FOUND GUILTY OF GAMBLING .HARGES 

JAMES. ROBERT HENRY ,„„,v^, = o H 2 9/17/82 C 10 

PROF. JAMES. ouKE ANTHEM COMPOSER ? I 12/16/82 A 12 p » 

OUKE HONORS JAMES 

JAMES. ROBERT LEE ( TAYLORSV ILLE I 5 2 5/26/92 A 1 N 

POLICE. SBI SEIZE COCAINE 

■"""5 ISnCO-BE deputies wounded r, gun battle^ ^^^ 5 2 i/09/|2 A 1 N 

SEiRCH 'oS INDICTED MEN EVOKES SHOOTOUT AT nQME » 2 6/IU/1-: 

JAMIFSON. LESLIE DALE , ^ ..c= H 2 3/02/82 3 1 N 

PO09ATICN REVOKED IN ASSAULT ASE 5 j 3/02/92 A 3 N 

DURHAM JUDGE ORDERS MAN OFF PPOSATION 

JAMISON, LULA H 2 10/01/°2 A 16 

OBITUARY 

^*-'5?„^jei'?::t=iEri3n?iY,NG " ' '''^'" * ' ■- 

^*'''",;.Vi"^°FOR LJNCH7 DIETITIANS 'ELL HOW TO BE CREATIVE " ^ 5/l*/82 E I » F S56 

JANN6Y, TQMMIE AMQS JR. 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX a 
U/31/82 



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P 



SHOTS JOUNO Z IN 0URH4M 

TWO 0ORH4M MEN SHOT IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS 

JANSENf JERRY EARL ICARROLLTON. GA. I 
POLICE, SBI SEIZE COCAINE 

JARBOE. HALLY 

HE SPRE40S The MORO 

OHIO TOWN IS EYEING DURHAM AS A MODEL 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: IN THE SPOTTING WORLD 

JABEMENKO, DORIS AND W40IM 

AT THE JAREMENKO'S HOME: ONE INCH = ONE FOOT 

JARRELL. REX 

CARE URGED IN GIVING EASTER PETS 

JARRETT, OLIN E. JR. (HIGH POINT) 

TWO BODIES FOUND IN HIGH POINT HOUSE 

JARRETT, PATRICIA ". IWALKERTOWN) 
WOMAN BILLED IN WALKERTOWN 

JARVIS. BRIAN JOSEPH SGT. 

MARINE'S SLAYER SOUGHT 

JAPZINSKI. HARRY (CEMENT CITY, MICH.l 
OBITUARY 

JASINSKI, JEAN 

HANDICAPPED TEENS W3ULD BE SEGREGATED 
AN 'APPROPRIATE' EDUCATION 
STUDENTS NEED TRAINING 

JAYNE, BENJAMIN A. OR. 

STUDENTS TO STUDY IN THE WILD 
STUDENTS WILL STUDY UNDER THE STARS 

JAYNES, C. WILLIAM (LT. COL. I 

SALVATION ARMY BANQUET SET 

JAYNES TO SPEAK AT SALVATION ARMY DINNER TUESDAY 

JEFFERIES. OTIS JUNE (WAKE CO.l 

JUDGE LETS PQKER PLAYERS OFF ^ OOK 

JUDGE BAILEY CRITICIZES COLLEAGUE FOR DISMISSAL OF GAHBLING CHARGES 

JEFFERSON, JAMES FRANKLIN 
OBITUARY 

JEFFERSON, RCNNIF 

MAN ATTACKED ON PLUM STREET 

JEFFERSON, SANDY L BILL 

SALES MUSHROOM AT DATEC INC. 

JEFFRIES, LYNETTE ( HI LL S?ORaUGH 1 

JEFFRIES HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP 

JEFFRIES, REBECCA (RanCHO MIRAGE, CA.I 

N.C. M4N HELD IN PROBE OF CALIF. KILLING 

JEFFRIES, WILLIAM (OAKRIOGFI 

N.C. MAN HELD IN PROBE OF CALIF. KILLING 

JELLYMAN, DONALD AND CECILY (OYSED, UALESI 

ALTAR art: chapel FRONTAL RAISES EYEBROWS, FUND SEARCH 

JELQVSEK, FREDERICK "RICK" DR. 

DUKE GETS GRANT FOR MATERNAL CARE 

JENKINS, ANTOINETTE ROCHELLE 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 5 WITH DRUG VIOLATIONS 
FIVE CHARGED IN DRUG RAID »iJL.iiur.i 

JENKINS, CHESTER L. 

3 CREST STREET HOUSING SITES ARE PROPOSED 

COUNCILMEN CLASH ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MATTER 

CDUNCILMEN DISAGREE ON 3ULE 

COUNCILMEN QUESTION HAYTI FUNDS TRANSFER 

5 SOLONS BACK ARMS '^REEIE 

SPLIT CITY PANEL OKS HAYTI PUN 

HAYTI AGREEMENT BRINGS DISAGREEMENT 

2o|[d'f!?St'JeuNION^ for HAYTI TO BE PRESENTED ON MONDAY 

C«BLE TV TELEGRAM IRKS SEVERAL CITY COUNCILMEN 

JENKINS, DAVID "RUSTY" 

PATIENCE AND PRAYER GOT COUPLE TOGETHER 

JENKINS, EMYL 

ANTIOUES: EMYL JENKINS FINOS 'NOWLEDGE MARKETABLE 

JENKINS. ETHEL MAE 
OBITUARY 

JENKINS, GREGORY PHILLIP (CHAPEL HILL) 
3 ORANGE INJURIES REPORTED 

JENKINS, JOHN ROBERT 
OBITUARY 

JENKINS, LEA ANDREW (CREEDMOCR) 

FOUR ACCUSED OF MAIL CAR THEFT 

JENKINS, LYDIA FARRAR 
0=?ITuAflY 

JENKINS, ROBERT (FIREMAN) 
FISEMAN IS INJURED 

JENKINS, ROBERT "JACK" 

SWEET-POTATO GROWERS MAY PAY MORE FOR PROMOTIONS 

JENKINS, WINFRED WAYNE (GASTONIA) 
MAN SOUGHT IN SLAYING 

JE'iKS, HOWARD (HANOVER CO.) 

MAGISTRATE FACES DRUG COUNTS 

SAilSTjlTE^'lNOICTFS "05TITUTION, DRUG OPERATION 
EX-MAGISTRATE GIVEN i2-YEAR PRISON TERM 

JENKS, JULIE ANN (HANOVER CO.) 

MAGISTRATE FACES DRUG COUNTS 

FBI SAYS INMATE RAN PROSTITUTION, DRUG OPERATION 

JENNETTE. TYRONE CURTIS 



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S 2 3/25/82 A 1 N EOS 
H 2 3/2<"/a2 C I N 



S 2 5/26/32 A I 



H 2 1/05/32 A 4 E 

S 2 2/23/P2 B 1 N F30 

H 2 3/26/32 B 1 U 



H 2 5/30/32 1 P F L3I, 

S 2 ',/10/82 A 3 P F F30 

H 2 2/10/32 A 9 N 

H 2 6/10/32 C 10 N 

S 2 5/05/32 C IB N 

H 2 3/02/82 S 7 



H 2 12/01/32 A <, L 
H 2 3/31/82 A 5 L 
H 2 4/03/32 A 4 L 



H 2 5/09/32 A 16 N 
S 2 5/10/82 A 5 N 



H 2 3/2<,/32 B A P N 
S 2 3/25/82 C = N 



H 2 3/19/82 A 1 N 

S 2 3/19/32 A 15 N 

H 2 B/23/82 B 7 

S 2 11/25/82 C 1 N 

H 2 2/28/82 D 12 P F M23 

S 2 U/19/82 3 2 P N 

H 2 12/20/82 A 10 N 

H 2 12/20/32 A 10 N 

H 2 12/18/32 ABE A20 

S 2 7/14/82 4 1 N 



S 2 7/31/82 A 1 
H 2 3/D1/82 A 9 



H 2 2/12/82 B I N S51 

H 2 2/13/32 B 1 P N S51 

S 2 2/13/32 C 1 N K90 

S 2 4/05/32 C 1 N K90 

S 2 4/2D/32 C 1 N K90 

H 2 4/23/32 B 1 m n 551 

S 2 4/23/82 C 1 N K90 

S 2 6/18/32 A I N <90 

S 2 6/28/82 C 9 P P S76 

S 1 3/12/32 A 1 N K90 



H 2 6/20/32 E 2 P F S56 

H 2 7/02/82 a 2 o F S56 

H 2 10/10/82 C 6 

S 2 5/17/82 A 3 N 

H 2 3/22/82 C 2 

H 2 4/02/82 4 9 N 

H 2 12/04/82 C 4 

S 2 2/08/32 C I N 

H I 5/12/82 3 1 N 

H 2 11/19/32 All N 



H 2 3/19/82 A 9 N 

S 2 3/25/82 C 10 N 

S 2 4/14/02 C 9 N 

H 2 6/24/82 4 8 N 



H 2 3/19/82 4 9 N 
S 2 3/25/82 C 10 N 



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NUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 




j;j5Y-"cSls?iSNl'FhJci'MSTRUL IN WEEK-LONG DUKE ASSAULT CASE 



CASE =NOS IN -IST'IAL ^ ,.^, 

iZ\l'^y°llll'f'l^"'''''^^"^^^° ASSAULT CASE 

i^.b'Sl'sTJ'uLSeCLUeo'iN coed assault^^^ 

JUDGE DECLARES 2N0 -ISTRIAL F:i R JENNETTE 
'a^VJ'rT Sl^^^I^Ls'^'IS JSeAOS guilty IN ASSAULT 
JENNETTE SENTENCE IN ASSAULT 

JENNINGSt 9ILLIE JEAN rn»«, ■MTTv 

EFEORTS BEGIN FIK A CLEAN COMMUNITY pccnaT-; 
CLEAN SYSTEMS STRIVING TO ' 9L] SSOM " I JS EFFDR TS 
OURHA- PARKS TO GET CLEANED Fn R SPRING TODAY 
FOLKS AROUND mere: LIFE IN DU' HAM 
JENNINGS HEADS GROUP „,„,- 

^tiJr?0S2ii;!T?"ii^°5l2Ks'?U>HA« FOR HEET 
DURHAM YULE PARADE TO GET NEM SPONSOR 

■'^'""«r|piTiL''90A;D 9ARS ORAL PRESENTATIONS 

JENRETTE. RITA 

THE NEW RITA 

'^^'%l ^?c5lty hembers receive a.ards 

PEOPLE AND JHAT THEY'RE DOING 
JEPNIGAN. GLENN IN-CEHPLOY-ENT SECURITIES CO«N. CHHN.) 
mumT '^4Y^ "^TATE CAN'T £A5c AIJ UUii ..^, 
UNE-PL0YH6NT RATE DECLINES IN |9 C-OUNTIES 

l^'S^GH^?EaS^^toSJ IZ\?>V^l 512 JS" 

^^""■StShi^i'GiV^T.rE^rEJirEJhk^ioR HURDER 

JERNIGAN. LECN (TEXAS) 
01ITUARY 

JERNlGANt MICHAEL 0. 

MAN RFPORTS R0B3cRY 
SILVERWARE IS STOLEN 

JERNIGAN. STEVEN RAY 

MAN CHARGED WITH DUI 

JERNIGAN. SUSAN 

SWEET SURPRISE 

JESRETT. BRUCE FRANKLIN „^.^^ 
JU.*Y SENTENCES MAN TO DEATH 

^"^'VcHtSGED°WlfSSlPING INTO HOME 

■'^'^'^'jnS?,'*JETT ALL SET TO SWEAT IN UNC GIG 

jiggetts. franklin d. r. 

warren man charged in death 

^'"^%"c?nceS-drugs get test at duke 
liver cell protection sought 

■'"^^'scienti'sts'defeno use of animals for research 

john paul ii ipopei 

some worries won't wait 

Jlsu'wITM POPE ENDS IN TEARS 
ISRAEL AND THE =OPE 

JOHN PAUL II (POPEI. ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS 
ALL kCAOS LEAD TO ROME (CARTOONl 

^°""''5ul"'y?rTH^EE-YEAR LINK WITH ZIMBABWE 
DUKE JOINS EXCHANGE PROGRAM 

'°"'1SS^^?f SISI^Sl SI^n'^R^'bE SrEE??t:EpER MAY HURT CENTER 

- \T.VT'cnrc ?^i?i^^A^'KsT.?{c"i^BLE,^^^„ 

MAYOR SAYS HE'LL VOTE FOR CENTER DEVELOPER 
-ARKHAM. DEVELOPER DISCUSS CENTER PLANS 



JOHNSON. 

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COUN 
TWO 
G»OU 

JOHNSON. 

INMA 

JOHNSON. 
0»IT 

JOHNSON, 
BLAC 

JOHNSON. 

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TWO 
WARR 
MAN 

JOHNSON, 
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ANN 
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STRESSES FITNESS 
TARTS BUDGET PROCESS ,„,.,,, 
CIES ASK COUNTY FOR INCREASES 
NOT ENDORSE 

CE M4RIE I wINSTCN-SALEMl 
AV ^= ADOPTED 



ANNIE 3ELLE [CHAPEL HILLI 
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AUOR 
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ACCU 



EYE E. 
IN FACULTY RAP U^C HIRING 

ACH HOSPITAL AFTER IN-CAR SHQCTTNGS^ 

R FRO" wounds; ouestidns await husband 
ants issued in shooting on [-95 

sed'in shootings transferred 



AZERINE BROWN 
UARY 











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A 


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B 


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H 2 


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H 2 8/07/82 A 4 



S 2 4/17/82 A 12 P N 
H 2 4/22/92 C 14 N 



S 2 1/21/82 A 1 N ■ 

H 2 5/27/82 B 3 N 

S 2 11/13/92 A 2 N 

1 2 11/19/82 A 1 P N S83 



H 2 1/31/82 A 19 
H 2 3/31/82 A 10 



H 2 2/01/82 A 10 
S 2 2/01/82 C 1 



S 2 9/18/82 A 3 N 

S 2 10/14/82 A 2 P P S7(. 

S 2 4/05/82 C 6 N 

H 2 1/17/82 C 1 N 

H 2 4/22/82 C 19 P F 

H 1 1/07/82 B 1 N 

S 2 12/22/92 A I N M23 

S 2 12/22/92 CI N M23 

H 2 5/03/92 3 1 N 



H 2 2/20/92 A 4 E 

H 2 5/05/82 A 4 E 

H 2 6/08/82 A 1 F H49 

H 2 9/18/92 A 4 E 



H 2 12/29/92 A ATT =!56 

H 2 10/25/82 B 5 N 

S 2 10/25/92 a 5 N 

H 2 9/0'>/82 A 1 N S51 

S 2 9/03/92 A 1 M K90 

H 2 9/09/=2 A 1 N S51 

H 2 9/10/92 A 4 E 

H 2 9/17/82 H 1 P N S5l 

H 2 10/26/82 B 1 N S51 

S 2 1/07/82 CI N Sa3 

S 2 4/05/92 CI N =30 

H 2 4/06/82 B 1 N 381 

S 2 6/04/92 C I N 

H 2 5/20/92 All N 

H 2 9/29/92 3 6 

S 2 5/09/92 C 3 N 



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11/06/92 
11/09/92 
11/09/92 
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JOHNSON, B. 



MONTH 



LY/4NNUAL 
1/01/82 



t N E X 
12/31/32 



ACTED OevELapxENT FIRM 

PES 

LO "iONO ISSUE PASS? 

FIGURE IS DISCUSSED 

lES HAY BE READY EARLY MEXT WEEK 

PLAN 

RACT BUSINESSES 

TO MONITOR DOWNTOWN PROGRESS 

URCHASE MELD UP 

N FINAL PROPERTY OFFER 

HOTEL COMMITMENT 

R NEW OFFICE BUILDING SITE 

NEW HUNT 

N OF NEW CIVIC CENTER'S COMPONENTS 

PLANNING CIVIC CENTER 
VER FIRM'S FEE 

ON CENTER FEE 
CIVIC CENTER DEVELOPERS 
AKING HEADWAY 
'S WORTH' 

ON CIVIC CENTER 
TER PLANS 
FICE 



EMPLOYERS PAY 
EMPLOYERS PAY 

JOHNSON, BARBARA 

ONE YEAR LATER, KILLING REMAnS UNSOLVED 

JOHNSON, BERNICE OUFFEY 

JOHNSON GETS NCCU HONOR 

JOHNSON, BILL 

PSO PROGRAM WASTES MANPOWER AM MONEr 
REPORT MISLEADING ON =50 PROGRAM 
FIREFIGHTERS TOO FEW, TOO LAT: 

JOHNSON. aOB«(Y ^AY JR. (GREENSBORO) 
TWO CHARGED IN MURDER 

JOHNSON. BRIAN 

DURHAM'S GROWTH POTENTIAL ATP 
FIRM HAS 'BIG PLANS' FOP CITY 
OTHER PROJECTS INTEREST 0EVEL3 
BIG CIVIC CENTER QUESTION: WOJ 
SIO MILLION CIVIC CENTER BONO 
CIVIC CENTER FINANCIAL STRATES 
DEVELOPER. CITY OFFICIALS TO ■< 
PANEL TO DISCUSS CIVIC CENTER 
ORIGINAL CENTER PLAN BACKED 
OEVFLOPFR SAYS CENTER HILL ATT 
HUNT PRODS COUNCIL ON PLANS 
OEVFLOPER URGES LIAISON GROUP 
SAITTA: OFFICE BUILDING LAND =■ 
OFFICE BUILDING DEVELOPERS PLA 
SHERATON aePORTED READY TO OK 
PROPERTY NEGOTIATIONS START F: 
BUILDING SITE CONFLICT CAUSES 
CITY WANTS TO LINK CONSTRUCTIO 
CITY ASKED T3 PAY 5100,000 FO' 
CENTER DEVELOPER, CITY CL4SH :i 
FIR" SAIO 'NOT THAT FAR APART' 
MAHKHSM COUNSELS PATIENCE FOR 
CITY COUNCIL, DEVELOPER SAIO -> 
DEVELOPERS PROMISE CITY 'MONEY 
CENTER INVESTORS TO 3E SOUGHT 
TIME TO GET CANKING — OPENLY — 
MARKHAM, DEVELOPER DISCUSS C EN 
GOOD =UY SOUGHT ON SITE FOR OF 
LAND ACTION 'DEFINITIVE' 

JOHNSON, CECIL 

2 ARRESTED FOR TAKING HOT DOGS 

JOHNSON, CHERYL 

BLACK JOMEN FACE CHALLENGE OF RACISM, SEXISM, POVERTY 

JOHNSON, CLIFTON E. ( JUDGE I 
COURT POST FILLED 

JOHNSON, COBLE LEE HALL 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, CURETON 

BAPTISTS URGE PCa ACTION 

JOHNSON. OAVIO W. 

LOVE: ADOPTION BATTLE FOR FOSTER CHILDREN 
MAN GIVEN TERM IN CULTON SLAYING 

JOHNSON, DONALD G. DR. 

DUKE MAKES MED CENTER PROMOTIONS 

JOHNSON, DONNA JANE 

COUPLE FIND SOME CPPOSITES ATTRACT 

JOHNSON, EARL ALLEN (WILMINGTON! 

WILMINGTON -AN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

JOHNSON, EDGAR 

EDGAR JOHNSON ENJOYS WORKING AROUND HIS YARD 

JOHNSON, EDWARD "ED" (LUMBERTONl 

CTBEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 
OPPONENT CHALLENGES ROSE'S RECORD 
JChNSTON LOSES. hENDON TRAILS 

JOHNSON. EDWARD L. IWAKE CO. I 

JUDGE LETS POKE" PHYERS OFF HOOK 

JUDGE BAILEY CRITICIZES COLLEAGUE FOR DISMISSAL OF GAMBLING CHARGES 

JOHNSON. ELBY "JOHNNY" S. 

ELON COLLEGE GETS $80,000 

JOHNSON, ELIZABETH HOLLOWAY 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, ELLA PATRICK 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. ELLA 'VHITAKER 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. ERIC V. (CHAPEL H I LL I 

TEEN CHARGED IN TRYING TO RUN OVER 3 CHILDREN 

JOHNSON. EVA MAE MORGAN 
OBI TUARY 

JOHNSON. FANME 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. FLONNIE 

DEATH RULED DUE TO HEAD INJURY 

JOHNSON. FORREST 

AFFECTIONS GREW GRADUALLY 

JOHNSON. FOANCINE 

3 CHARGED JITH PROSTITUTION 

POLICE ARREST EIGHT WOMEN FOR PROSTITUTION 
Two GIVEN JAIL TERMS IN PROSTITUTION CASES 
2 GET PRISON TERMS fqr PROSTITUTION 

JOHNSON, FRANK (CONTRACTOR) 

MOVE TO NEW HEALTH CENTER 

JOHNSON, FRANKIE EUGENE 

POLICE ARREST 2 IN ARMED ROBBr RY 



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S 2 2/20/82 A 5 

H 2 7/13/82 B 1 <. 

H 2 6/10/82 C 16 

H 2 10/27/82 A 9 



H 2 2/07/82 A 
H 2 5/08/82 C 



H 2 6/06/82 C 

H 2 9/19/82 E 

S 2 1/11/82 A 

H 2 5/09/82 E 



H 2 10/25/82 3 
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H 2 11/03/82 B 



H 2 3/19/32 A 
S 2 3/19/82 A 



H 1 3/13/82 B 

H 2 3/2'./82 3 

H 2 11/09/82 A 

H 2 7/25/82 C 

S 2 5/10/82 A 

H 2 7/27/32 a 

H 2 4/11/82 C 

H 2 10/24/82 C 

H 2 4/25/82 E 



H 2 7/15/82 e 

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-riNTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES *'l/l7/83 



<6*0- MONTHLY/. •^Jo'i/Sj- . li/3l782 



S I T 

E ELY 

DATE C PG L 3»L 

2 1/31/1? CI ;j "'1 



PAIR CHARGED AFTER THUARTEO RDBBERV H 2 2/06/92 
3 MEN CHAKGEO IN ABC ROBBERY 

JOHNSON. ERED ATLAS ,^gg, „, S 2 l/30/|2 A ^ ^ ^^^ 

?mrchaSge3 AFTER THWARTED R:iaBEay H 2 2/0<./e2 C 10 N 

«AN CHARGED IN ROSBERY H 2 2/06/92 4 5 N 

3 -EN CHARGED IN ABC ROBBERY H 2 2/15/92 A 14 N 

^K°?§^i?E-2M?^rSJ AR.ED-ROBBERY CHARGE S2 2/16/92 BID N 

JOHNSON. OtJOYS EDWARDS^^^ '?JJ« S?b|^Ti ^SiVS^l' " ^ ''''°''=^' ' ^° ^ 
2 PEOPLE CUT ON BOND AFTER AR3ESTS FOR DRUGS 

JOHNSON, GLENN RAY IGREENS'OPOI S 2 3/0'./82 A 13 P F 
FIREMAN RECALLS BRUSH WITH DEATH 

JOHNSON. GLORIA ^ ^ H 2 5/28/82 A 1-. = P S32 
COUNCIL OFFICERS 

^"""^S'a'n c^^:^!^d';iI2°'^r°?1ery conspiracy 'i I VAVAi t'] N 

^NSi^S5'pl5S'"c^^;R?^3g^l"DlNrE?SSlBE OFFER FROH PAIR "„ | W||/|f J ,{ . 

d rA?ir^AisilB5Vkr*^HARGES ......... 5 i I^St^il ? I N 

JUDGE s"s DA ASKED HIM TO DE=ER DRUG SENTENCES „ 2 2/23/92 A 9 N 

3° Mt^ JffES ^S'SS^E^^F^^hf^FORD BRIBERY TRIAL H 2 4/25/92 A 14 N 

^ ^knAEi'-^oPA!?: "ii^ss'^p ^^""=" :; i vai'ai a lU 3 

KIVETT ALLEGATIONS TO BE REVIEWED ,,uctt H 2 10/0<»/82 B 5 N 
VANORE DEFENDS ACTIONS IN CASE INVOLVING KIVETT 

IHHNSON. HAL AND SARAH (LANSING, N.C.I H 2 12/10/92 A 1 P Jj 

rcSfL^"§i^vlR?S°rHR5?|IhTRlls'?°Q"'5HITE HOUSE " ^ ^^^^"^^^ ' '' " 

JOHNSON.^H.RRY^^^^ S15.0D0 REPORTED STOLEN " ^ 6/3D/82 A 7 N 

JOHNSON, HELEN .ILLS H 2 2/25/82 A 17 
OBITUARY 

iriHNSnN. J. 0. ,^ H 2 8/15/82 5 L 
JOHNSON. jj. £J^o,34TE SHOWS POOR GRACE 

inHNSON. JAMES A. (WAKE CO. 1 , „, .,- H 2 2/02/S2 B 12 N 
■'"^^JSoOT DOCTOR- FILES SUIT TO GET REWARD 

JOHNSON, JAMES STEVENSON H 2 7/21/82 A 13 

0?ITUARY 

'°"'''rcl<it\ll%CoiTs'VcT.rrVTO WORLD'S FAIR IN KNOXVILLE " ^ 3/»/« « ' " - 

^°'"''g?fT^iS=r.A^rl6.'°;L^-B°A?'..S CAR FLIPS, HITS TREE "^ '^n2,.Z^ R N 

^°"-2S:EiSS-0NE. FOR OLD TIMES. SAKE " ^ ^'"'" ^ ' ^ ""^ 

JOHNSON. ^J0HN^E.,.,CHAREL^H.LL.^^^ 'E ENFORCED " ^ '^"'« ' ^ ^ 

JOHNSON. JOHNNY H 2 5/31/92 A 4 E 
THEY WERE INNOCENT 

JOHNSON, JOHNNY JR. (ASHl , „ ^^ H 2 3/29/82 A 7 N 
AUTO WRECKS FATAL TO THREE 

JOHNSON. JOSEPH W. H 2 6/03/92 A 14 
OPITUARY 

JOHNSON.^JUNIOR^ PUBLICIST MANN AMONG 4 CHOSEN TO N.C. HALL « ] 5/30/8| B 14 P N C52 
THOMPSON, MANN AMONG INDUCTEES 

JOHNSON. LEROY ^ ^,^ ,p.„ j^CAR SHOOTINGS ^ \ WAlAz A ' N "' 

3 RECOVER FROM WOUNOS; -lUESTIONS AWAIT HySBAND „ j U/09/R2 5 J N M51 

T',-3 WARRANTS ISSUED IN SHOOTING ON 1-95 5 3 U/09/92 CI N 

WARRANTS RCAOY ,„„^„ H 2 11/16/92 S 10 N 

MAN aci:use6 in shootings transferred 

JOHNSON, MARJORIF (RALEIGHI S 2 2/17/82 A 3 N 

JOHNSDN,^^ 5o3=>Iry NPTS 510.75 H 2 2/19/92 B 2 N 

GUNMAN OOBS WOMEN 

JOHNSO^.^JARTH.^.DURHAM^CITY SCHOOLS,^^ .eoUIREHENT S 2 5/12/92 CI N E05 

jOHNSON.^MARTH.^JMARTIE; ^^^^^ ^^„,^^,,^ H 2 1/03/82 A 1 N -0. 

JOHNSON, MARY FULLER H 2 9/13/82 3 7 
05ITUARY 

JOHNSON. MICHAEL BERNARD S 2 5/01/82 A 3 N 
3 HURT IN ACCIDENT 

JOHNSON. MICHAEL M. (SURLINGJONI H 1 5/13/92 3 1 N 

MAN CHARGED IN HOLDUP TRY 

JOHNSON, MILORED ALLEN LITTLE ( ST AT ESV ILLE 1 „ j u/29/ = 2 C 3 

09ITUARY 

inHNSON. NELSON H 2 4/23/92 C 10 N 

B ironUi.'-n IWi'l. CONCEALED GUN CHARGE " | VAt'/il I I N 

CWP SA?S IT HAS EVIDENCE 

JOHNSON, PATTIE M4BLE GREEN H 2 6/30/82 C 5 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, ROBERT (ASHEVILLEI ,.,rFR " 2 3/09/92 C 3 F 
SWAP PASTA =30 A FAN? IT'S 3AR TER 



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14 



JOHNSON, ROBERT LEE ( HI LL S90R0UGH I S 2 6/04/»2 

'° 'l\\M'Sll\s''.''lhn'r,'^°^ ^^^^U^V^DRUG ROUNDUP « ^ ='"'" 

^"^"^g^RH^S^^-;; ^fls^^FTER WRECK S I WAVAl C li 
ROBERT JOHNSON DIES OF INJURIES 



« N T H L y / A N^.^U^A^L , I^N^O^^^X Br NAMES p.0E^l|7 



JQHNSQM, ROBERT LLOVO 
aaiTUlRY 

JOHNSON, RODRIGUEZ ALLEN I W ILM INGTO ^^ I 

HILXrNGTQN MJM CHASGED WITH MJROES 

JOHNSON, RON REV. (RHONDA c.i 

?!t9Si" CHURCH JILL INSTALL NF W MINISTER SUNDAY 

OISARMACENT INSPIRES PRAYER SERVICE 

•iONKS MARCH FOR PEACE 

BELLS FOR PEACE 

N-HEAPON FOES SET PEACE HFETIVG 

CONVOCATION ON PEACE 

OURHA" CHURCHES TRY TO KEEP MEMBERS 

JOHNSON, ROXIE (PITTSaORO) 
WHAT 6 ME5S 

JOHNSON, S4LLY D*>. 

PSYCHIATRIST SAYS HINCKLEY WANTED FAME 

JOHNSON, SIMUEL M. (WAKE CO. I 

JALEIGh LAWYER SAYS THERE'S -LAWYER GLUT- 
GROUP RANKS TOP LOBBYISTS IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

JOHNSON, SHELTON (ROUGEHONTl 

DETECTIVES PROBE GUNSHOTS FIREO INTO TRAILER 

JOHNSON, SONIA 

ACTIVIST: WOMEN'S RIGHTS COME FIRST 
SHE RISKED EVERYTHING FOR "DI-NITY AND HONOR- 
RALEIGH WOMAN JOINS FAST TO SUPPORT ERA 

JOHNSON, STANLEY DURYEA 

POLICE HOLD 1 IN HEIST 

JUDGE WANTS ROBBER TO STAY -UNEMPLOYED- 
JOHNSON, THOMAS Carl (COLUMBUS, GA. I 

ARRESTED MjN WANTED IN ALABAMA 

MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING IN ALABAMA 

JOHNSON, THURMOND 

LANDSCAPED WOODS CUTS DOWN ON WORK 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA 

HOSPITAL SHOULD DROP PLAN FOR NEW LAUNDRY 
JOHNSON, w. H. 

SOUR GRAPES FROM MICHAUX 

JOHNSON, WALTER 

2 JAPANESE FIRMS ARE LOOKING «T RTP AS POSSIBLE PLANT SITE 
N.C. ATTRACTIVE TO INDUSTRY, J AP ANESE BUS INESSMEN SAY 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM HUNTER (KMIGHTDAL5I 
CAR-TRUCK CRASH KILLS TWO PEOPLE 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM ISAAC JR. 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM KYLE (SPRING LAKE) 

TRUCK DRIVER DIES IN U.S. I5a WRECK 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM R. I 

LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS REOUEST MORE MONEY „ 1 ^,^^,^^ B 1 N M23 I 

JOHNSON, WILLIE I 

MAN ACCUSED IN STABBING „,,,,„,,„ I 

POLICE HOLD CJRRBORO MAN IN STABBING ? I }\',^V,l^ t 'S ."i ' 



JOHNSON, WILLIE JAMES 

MAN KILLED IN LIBERTY ST. SHOOTING ^ , =,,,,., . , 

MAN SLAIN NEAR POOLROOM ^ "^ ' ••" H J |/|7/|2 A 1 N A54 I 

5 2 5/2 '/82 C 1 N J 

JOHNSON, WORTH W. 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSTON, ALFRED (LOUISBURG) 

T'WO CHARGED IN DRUG RAID IN F3ANKHN COUNTY 
JOHNSTON, ARCHIE 

FIVF YEARS OF DATING LEADS THEM TO ALTAR 

JOHNSTON, ?ENNETT (LA. SENATOR! 

ANTI-ouSING PROPOSALS MAY AFFECT N.C. SCHOOLS 

JOHNSTON, RRIAN ( UNC FOOTBALL PLAY=RI 
JNC PLAYERS FACE CHARGES ' 
UNC FOOTBALL PLAYERS CHARGED IN INJURY SUIT 

JOHNSTON, J. BENNETT (SENATOR! 

BILL TO RESTRICT COURTS- POWER ON BUSING CALLED CONSTITUTIONAL 
JOHNSTON. MARGARET AND PAUL 

^"'9o?oP5^^|0''5HIP HONORS MRS. COATES 

A TPIPUTE TO MR5. COATES 

JOHNSTON, w. EUGENE (REP.) 

jf,'?" CANCELS PLANS Ti JTTEND N.C. RECEPTION 

?nlluTl^ ^I'JL^f^'9J°*Tf5 BROKE CHECKOFF FUNDS LAW 

53hN^T^"n Z''^G\T%\mVT\"n\lh''°^^ ^^'° "■'• 'S^^NTEEISM LIST 

J?"5!|'^5Ji DEFENDS HIS STANCE ON DEFENSF CUTS 

Bh-in^i ^?R^2i^^B^i^ tii °.hir''-' "^- ^^""^ '°"^''°^ 

JoipSSlS^GE"?'" ™ " = '' *'"- ''STRICT 
COSEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 
3»ITT, JOHNSTON STRESS D IFFERE NT I S SUE S 
JOHNSTON LOSES, HENOON TRAILS '""" 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM P. 

REHABILITATION CENTER OFFICIAL RESIGNS POST 
JOHNSTON, WILLIAM w. OR. 

DUKE PATHOLOGIST HONORED 

JOHNSTON - HALE, ELLEN T. 
MONIKA SAYS 
PRIORITIES 
MISPLACED EFFORTS 
MONIKA SAYS 
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S 2 3/30/82 A 4 
H 2 <./02/82 A A 
H 2 7/16/82 A 5 
S 2 11/03/82 A 4 
H 2 ll/0!)/a2 A 4 
S 2 11/13/B2 A 3 


N 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
N =30 


H 2 10/11/82 A 5 


L 


S 2 6/11/82 A 1 


N 


H 2 9/13/82 B 1 
H 2 9/2B/32 A 7 


N 
J 


S 2 6/29/92 A 3 


N 


S 2 4/07/82 C 19 
H 2 5/18/82 3 3 
H 2 5/19/82 A 6 


N 
N 
N 


S 2 6/23/82 C 14 
H 2 10/10/82 A 4 


N 

N 


S 2 7/12/82 A 2 
H 2 7/13/82 A 12 


N 
N 


H 2 10/10/82 C 4 


P U G78 


S 2 4/22/32 A 4 


L 


H 2 9/17/82 A 4 


L 


S 2 3/15/82 A 1 
S 2 3/16/82 A 1 


N S83 

N sa3 


H 2 4/30/82 A 16 


N 


H 2 3/24/82 C 6 





H 1 2/17/92 B 1 


N 


H 1 6/23/92 B 1 


N M23 


H 2 11/03/92 A 14 
S 2 11/03/92 A 9 


N 
N 


H 2 5/27/92 A 1 
S 2 5/27/82 C 1 


N A54 
N 


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H 1 10/29/92 B 1 


N 


H 2 11/14/92 E 2 P 


F S56 


S 2 2/15/82 C 5 


N 


S 2 10/20/82 A 6 
H 2 10/21/92 B 1 


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N 


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H 2 5/18/82 A 4 


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S 2 3/05/82 A 12 P 
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H 2 4/20/82 3 12 
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H 2 6/14/82 A 13 
^ 1 7/10/92 E 1 
H 2 3/12/92 A 4 
^ 2 10/25/82 B 5 P 
^ 1 10/26/82 3 1 
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N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
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N 


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N 


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HONIKA SAYS 

COFFE? CURFEi< 

STALLED 

MAGIC PILLOWS 

TO 'DO YOUR FACE' 

HINTES HUNT 

,*H0. . . "E? 

SURPRISE 

no "OPE! 

LEAVE IT ALONE 

OUT OF STFP 

MISTAKE AT THE LAKE 

MONIKA SAYS 

GASOLINE 5ARGAIN 
HO-HU" CAY 

POEDICTABLE , ,,„ , , 

•JNC HEADS TO THE FINALS 

RF Pt Y TO A PO^T 

TAR HEELS - POETRY IN MOTION 

KU02U 

JEREMI SLEEPS 

HASTE MAKES JASTE 

A MEW 3REE0 

APRIL TRIES AGAIN 

HIDE AWAY 

L^^lf F«"5S'a reluctant TENTH 

BATTERED WOMEN 

^i'V^'NESst'cHILDREN FULFILL DAD'S DREAM 

S^ETR? C°fuB°U3u;«S NEW OFFICERS 

SCHOOL'S OUT 

PAROLE 

IN MIDDLE YEARS 

OAO 

IN THE MOTEL LOUNGE 

PAROLE: A SE3UEL 

THE FOURTH OF JULY 

JERFMI'S PICTURE 

AROUND THE MASK 

KEEPING PACE 

FALSE SIGNALS 

T'oi^^Y^a^ EXPERIENCE 

AUGUST PILLAGE 

CREATIVE MOWING 

ALL STAR CAST 

TO A PEACOCK 

LET THEM GROW 

INGOID BERGMAN 

Ihy a BOX-OFFICE SMASH? 

AFTER THE TRIP TO VERMONT 

EARLY AUTUMN DAY 

I BRAKE FOR BUTTERFLIES ^.-cc 

TO A TREE BY THE TELEPHONE WIRES 

SIXTEEN LEAVES ITS MARK 

iNEMPLOYEO^USICIAN (FROM A NEWS STORY) 

HARPI1GER 

THE SIGN 

SHATTERED DREAMS 

TO A SUPER STAR 

ENDINGS 

TREATS? OR TRICKS? „^„ 

IN =NVY OF THE ORGANIZED 

FnnEGONE CONCLUSION 

ATTENTION 

A LASTING MOMENTO 

DOUBLE FEATURE 

MASTER STRING 

THANKSGIVING REMEMBERED 

THE HUG 

f"^5''|FFICIENT NEIGHBOR AT C^RISTMAS TIME 

AT ThF CHRISTMAS PARTY 

PENCIL PROBLEM 

PENCIL PROBLEM 

L I5TEM • 

child-proof medicine 
mhat now? 

JOHNSTONE.^JIM,^ 3-POINT PLAY GIVES WAKE WIN. AND -ORE 

JOLLEY. WILLARD ICOLUMBUSl 

/.C. MAN COLLECTS EOSELS 

JONES. AARON JR. INEW SERNI 

THREE CHARGED IN SLAYING 

JONES. ^ALEX ^^^^^ ^^ REOPENED 

JONES. ANDREW L. (RALEIGHI 

FPI ARRESTS MAN IN SLAYING 

JQNc^. ANGELA MARIE AND JOY LEIGH I W IN JERV I LLE I 
JONc, JJ^tL^^^ KILLED IN PITT COUNTY FIRE 

JONES.^ANNE^GOODHYM^^^ SCRUTINIZES MIND OF THE SOUTHERN WOMAN 

■"''■^' WITHDRAW FROM GAME OF NUCLEAR POKER 

inf F^a -^ RN 

STARS COME OUT FOR PLAYMAKERS 
•COOTER' LIKES 'HAZZARO' ROLE 

^°"":ON'^s"fs'-N?iE0 NEW REGISTRAR 
JONES NAMEO MCCU REGISTRAR 

JONES. BESSIE S. 
OBITUARY 

■'°''^^JuN0Sm|J{aLIST SCHOOL TPEATEO UNFAIRLY, BOB JONES lU SAYS 
aOB JONES U. CALLED 'GUINEA PIG' 

•'°''^^NBA°St)[r: FAITH IS -is CAREER HIGHLIGHT 





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1/13/82 A 


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H 2 


1/1'./R2 A 


5 


H 2 


l/2<./32 D 


5 


H 2 


2/05/"2 A 


4 


H 2 


2/07/62 D 


4 


H 2 


2/0''/92 A 


5 


H 2 


2/14/n2 D 


5 


H 2 


2/17/82 A 


4 


H 2 


2/27/82 A 


4 


H 2 


3/04/'?2 A 


c 


H 2 


3/06/82 A 


4 


H 2 


3/11/82 A 


4 


H 2 


3/l'./°2 D 


5 


H 2 


3/18/82 A 


4 


H 2 


3/10/82 A 


5 


H 2 


3/2'./32 A 


4 


H 2 


3/25/82 A 


4 


H 2 


3/25/82 A 


4 


H 2 


3/30/82 A 


4 


H 2 


4/09/32 A 


5 


H 2 


<,/l'./82 A 


5 


H 2 


<./15/82 A 


5 


H 2 


4/16/82 A 


4 


H 2 


4/18/92 


4 


H 2 


4/20/82 A 


5 


H 2 


4/25/82 


5 


H 2 


4/29/82 A 


5 


H 2 


4/30/82 A 


4 


H 2 


5/09/82 


4 


H 2 


5/12/82 A 


5 


H 2 


5/16/82 D 


4 


H 2 


5/28/82 A 


5 


S 2 


6/03/82 D 


9 


M 2 


6/16/82 A 


5 


H 2 


6/17/82 A 


4 


H 2 


6/18/82 A 


5 


H 2 


6/20/82 D 


4 


H 2 


6/30/82 A 


5 


H 2 


7/01/82 A 


4 


H 2 


7/05/82 A 


4 


H 2 


7/07/82 A 


4 


H 2 


7/15/''2 A 


4 


H 2 


7/ia/'<2 


4 


H 2 


7/20/82 A 


4 


H 2 


3/09/82 3 


5 


H 2 


3/10/32 A 


4 


H 2 


3/13/82 A 


4 


H 2 


8/16/82 A 


4 


H 2 


8/22/92 


4 


H 2 


9/23/32 A 


4 


H 2 


a/26/92 A 


5 


H 2 


9/05/82 


4 


H 2 


9/13/92 A 


4 


H 2 


9/14/82 A 


5 


H 2 


9/16/82 A 


5 


H 2 


9/17/82 A 


4 


H 2 


9/22/92 A 




H 2 


9/26/82 


4 


H 2 


9/27/32 A 


4 


H 2 


9/30/92 A 


5 


H 2 


10/35/82 A 


c 


H 2 


10/08/92 4 


c 


H 2 


10/10/82 


5 


H 2 


10/24/82 C 


4 


H 2 


10/26/92 A 


5 


H 2 


10/29/92 A 


4 


H 2 


11/02/82 A 


5 


H 2 


11/04/82 A 


5 


H 2 


11/08/92 A 


5 


H 2 


11/10/32 A 


5 


H 2 


11/14/82 


4 


H 2 


ll/l6/"2 A 


5 


H 2 


U/25/92 A 


4 


H 2 


11/26/82 A 


4 


H 2 


12/11/92 A 


4 


H 2 


12/12/82 


4 


H 2 


12/14/82 A 


5 


H 2 


12/18/92 A 


4 


H 2 


12/19/82 A 


4 


H 2 


12/21/92 A 


4 


H 2 


12/26/92 


5 


H 2 


12/30/92 A 


5 



H 2 2/29/82 B 3 » N S91 

S 2 2/12/82 A 10 » F 

H 2 1/16/82 A 3 N 

H 2 11/21/32 13 o N 

H 2 5/23/32 A 4 N 

H 2 4/16/82 9 5 N 

H 2 5/30/82 3 U H45 

H 2 8/19/''2 A 4 L 



S 2 9/16/82 t ' F il5 
H 2 9/17/82 C 11 P F H40 



H 2 6/16/82 A 9 
S 2 6/13/82 A 13 



H 2 4/25/82 C 2 

S 2 3/05/82 A in P F 
H 2 10/10/82 A 5 P N 



H 2 10/02/82 A 



JONES, SRENOA PERRY ( 2EBUL0N1 



H^ 



^ 



ONTHLY/ANNUAL TNOEX 

1/01/32 - 12/31/32 



ZE3UL0N HIN CHARGED WITH HURDES 

JONES. CECIL REGINALD 
O^ilTUARY 

JOMES. CEORIC 

•^ ROUTINE DAY" FOR JONES - TM E NEM PATRIOT 
DUKE TRAfTEES READY FOR PROS 

JONES. CHARLES E. 

1ERIT SCHOLARS ARE SELECTED 

THREE DURHAM STUDENTS ARE MERIT SCHOLARS 

JONES. CHRISTOPHER C«LVI<J 

HIT-ANO-RUN VICTIM STABLE 

JONES. CLAiaORNE S. 

4 UNC EMPLOYEES GET MASSEY AWARDS 
FOUR AT UNC WIN MASSEY AWARDS 

JONES. CLARK 

PERFECTIONIST 

JONES. CLAUDE V. 

LET'S RE-ELECT 3ILL ALLEN SHERIFF 
LET'S RF-ELECT 3ILL ALLEN SHERIFF 
WILLIAM H. MUROOCK - 190<.-1982 

JONES. CLIFTON P. 

HEMOPHILIA CAMpjiON DESERVES WIDE SUPPORT 
HEMOPHILIA HELP NEEDED 

JONES. CRATE REV. 

'IT BLEW EVERYTHING TO FL I NOE' ATI ON • 

BAPTISTS GE»R UP FOR REVIVALS: PASTOR GETS A SECOND CHANCE 

A PARABLE FROM THE PARKING-LOT GATE 

REFUGE FROM STORMS 

AN ELEVATING TRUTH ABOUT FACI-IG FEARS 

WATCH OUT FOR 'BLABBER BEAKS' 

'FOLKS AROUND HERE: OOPS 

PUT AWAY YOUR WRATH bEFORE SLTIOOWN 

SOME USE 3IBLF iS A CLUB FOR :LOSBERtNG 

•WHOCKUMJAWEO' : IT'S WHAT HAPO EMED TO KING SOLOMON 

FLIMSY EXCUSES FOR 3UITTING CHURCH 

THE HORSE ANO THE CUSSEP 

JONES. CECATUR 

DISAPPOINTING STORY 

JONES. ELL« RUSH HIGGINS "MA ELLA" 
OBITUARY 

JONES. ESTELLE WARREN I HI LLSBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

JONES. FORREST ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. GLENN (GREENSBOROI 

LATE TAX FILERS WILL BE PAYING PENALTIES 

JO"ES. HSROIETT 

B^OWN-BAGGING 

JOriES. HARRY 

OPTIMIST LEADERS 



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JONES. INA C. (LOUISVILLE 
OBITUARY 



KY, ) 
ICHAPEL HILLI 



JONES. ISAAC "RED" 
OBITUARY 

JONES. ISAAC WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JACOB JR. 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JAMES THOMPSON 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JAMES VASPER "VAP" 
OBITUARY 

JONES, JSMESON DR. 

METHODISTS GIVE AWARD TO '-RS. MCCUTCHEON 

PEOPLE ANO WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

JONES WILL SPFAK AT BACCALAUREATE 

DIVINITY SCHOOL DEAN DEAD AT 53 

'"^EMORIAL SERVICES WEDNESDAY F: R DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL DEAN 

Jr 1 TIJARY 

JONES. JEFF 

PICKINGS A PLENTY TO MSA FROM ACC 

SOMETHING TO PROVE: JEFF JONES SAYS CAVALIERS CAN ERASE OOUBT. 

JONES. JESPY IALAM4NCE SHERIFF'S D'PUTYl 
3 ALAMANCE INMATES CITED IN BEATING 

JONES. JESSE LEE IPLAINFIELD. N.J.I 

OBITUARY 

JONES. JIM (JONESTOWN! 

'JONESTOWN' REMARKS A 
DEPLORABLE COMPARISON 
HAW! HAW! 

JONES. JIM-Y 

PALMS RESTAURANT SOLO 

JONES. JOHN (MARL30R0 CO. 



LOW IN SHA3BINE5S 



S.C. I 



TRACTOR THEFT CHARGES FILED 

JONES. JOHN RUNY4N "CASEY" 
OBITUARY 

JONE^. JOHN H. Ill (CHAPEL HILLI 

THEFT HEARING TODAY IN CHAPEL HILL COURT 

JONES. JOHN RAYMOND (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JON E. 

CHANNEL 23 DOESN'T SERVE OURH«M WELL 

JONES. JOSEPH MgLvIN (HILLSaOROUGHl 



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H 2 11/13/32 C A 



H 2 <./29/82 1 N C52 
S 2 './29/32 3 1 P N R66 



H 2 A/29/32 A 1<, 
S 2 A/29/82 A 5 



S 2 6/07/82 A 



S 2 5/D3/82 A 2 P N 
H 2 5/04/82 B 8 N 



H 2 9/13/82 A 



H 2 7/26/82 B 3 
H 2 7/27/32 A 5 
H 2 8/01/32 4 



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H 2 


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1/19/82 


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3/06/32 

3/16/32 

4/13/82 

6/09/82 

7/02/82 

7/22/82 

3/02/82 

9/03/82 

10/22/92 

12/05/82 

12/17/82 


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H 2 


3/31/82 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


6/15/82 


B 


5 





H 2 


5/25/32 


3 


8 





H 2 


1/20/32 


c 


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S 2 


4/13/82 


c 


1 


N S33 



H 2 10/15/82 3 1 U 

H 2 10/07/82 A 7 P P T37 

H 2 4/04/82 C 2 

H 2 5/05/82 A 13 

H 2 1/04/32 B 7 

H 2 5/02/82 C 4 

H 2 1/26/32 B 7 

H 2 1/10/32 C 2 



H 2 2/13/82 A 1 1 o N 

H 2 4/29/82 C 13 N 

S 2 4/29/82 A 12 N 

H 2 7/19/82 A IPO 

S 2 7/19/82 A I 

H 2 7/21/82 A 13 



H 2 2/28/82 3 2 P F C52 
H 2 3/04/32 D 1 P F C52 



H 2 3/31/82 A 
H 2 3/10/82 A 



H 2 2/19/82 A 
M 2 2/26/82 A 
H 2 2/27/32 A 



H 2 3/18/82 3 

H 2 9/09/82 A 

H 2 12/16/32 A 

S 2 11/22/82 C 

H 2 I/IZ/'^I A 

S 2 7/19/82 A 



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H 2 9/05/82 C 8 



J0HE5. JOSEPH SEIDELL "SHOCCJ" „.Tr„c cnu S 2 Z/IS/'Z » 13 F J50 

SHOCCO JONES H.C.'S NOTORIOUS NATIVE SON 

J0ME5. neiTH MORGAN H 2 2/10/''2 C S 

OBITUARY 

^°^"joil*iYE's"Tj!;!^'t;;E REVISIONS " ' "'''"' ^ ■ ^ "*° 

^""-"SukSr- POLICE PIND U POUNDS .F POT . " ^ *'''^« ^ ^ ^ 

JONESf L0NNI5 •(ELVIN H 2 7/26/92 3 3 

39ITUASY 

^"""kkct'cHiLOPEN.S TEST SCORES HIGHER SI t'/U'/IIJ 6 N 

3LACK-WHITE TEST GAP NAPRO.JS 

JONES. MARGARET HAZEL I HI LLSPOROUCH ) „ J 9/12/52 C 2 

OBITUARY 

JONES^^MARJ^^ ,, CHURCH ANO MARRIED THERE " 2 2'°^'" ^ 2 P P S56 

JONES. MARK (KENOELL) ,^ H 2 3/03/?2 A ". L 

SEN. HELMS AN ASSET 

JONES. MARY (OXFORD. SHOOTINGS " ^ \V/%t'/l\ i \ N "' 

1 rIcoJer frSm'SJunos: iSJESTiONS await husband I I ;S^;i| ^ ^ S MM 

TWO warrants issued in SHOOTI-IG ON 1-85 j | 11/08/82 C 1 N 

.(ARRAriTS READY „„,,.,^, to . «,<: ceo o en H 2 11/16/82 S 10 N 

MAN ACCUSED IN SHOOTINGS TRANSFERRED 

JONES. MARY NAOMI H 2 3/25/82 C 6 

OBITUARY 

JONES. MITTIE M. H 2 9/25/82 A 4 L 

LIFE SAVERS 

^™^-DURSk:i':;A^f-INMATE OIES FROM HANGING S 2 l/08/|2 A I N -J57 

INMATE FOUND DEAD IN CELL H 2 1/16/92 ABO 

OBITUARY 

JONES. MIKE (GRANVILLE CD. I H 1 ',/l5/32 3 1 N L30 

r.!'orT's'Js;:E^fN5s;c?;o^'"DiJ^ES''-' " > *'"^=^ ^ ' ^ ^" 

^°''^'co;jr,fT?EE PICKS JONES- «IFE T3 PILL HOUSE SEAT | | X'Al'Al C '1 N 

NEW SOLON 

JONES. PATRICIA ANN H 2 2/02/82 B 5 N 

4 ARRESTED IN GAMBLING RAID 5 | 2/02/82 A 7 N 

SHOP RAID NETS FOUR 

JONES. RANDY S 2 3/01/82 3 3 P P "66 

BEAUX ARTS BALL 

. JONES. R'CHAPO K- (CHESAPEAKE, y»,'' .„,„„, „, H 2 3/l'./32 A 15 N 

MAN ARRESTED IN N.C. HELD IN <IDNAPPING 

JONES. R08FRT A. "POB" (REP.) ,„„,.„, S 2 <./06/82 C 3 N 

'i.e. SOLON DIES IN CRASH OF AIRPLANE ;) | ;;/o7/32 8 ". p N 

PLANE CRASH KILLS LEGISLATOR ,,,,„ ,=rTc. .mo H 2 4/08/82 A 7 N 

CAUSE SruGHT FOR PLANE CRASH THAT KILLED LEGISLATOR " | l/tl/\\ C 3 N 

FALLS MAY FILL JONES' SEAT „,,,,.,,, H 2 4/09/82 C 5 N 

LEGISLATOR FUL0GIZE0 5Y STATE aFFICIALS 5 j ^/ii,/a2 C 10 N 

COMMITTEE PICKS JONES' WIFE TO FILL HOUSE SEAT | j 4/27/82 C 3 N 
N?.i. SOLON 

JONES. ROBERT ANO JAYNE (SPRING L A< E ) „ , iz/Z1/«2 B I N 

3LAST SAID ACCIDENTAL 

JONES. ^ROBERT^H.^DR._^^_. ^^^^^^ ^^_^^^ ^^^^^ 3,^^^, ,;,„ ^^^^ MEDICAL STUDENTS H 2 10/23/82 A 7 F ^20 

JONES. ROBERT LEE (3AHAMAI „ j 10/22/92 C 7 

Oi'ITUARY 

JONES. ROD-^EY CONRAD 5 2 4/13/82 A 5 N 

5 DURHAM MEN ARE CHARGED . „.-. H 2 4/14/92 A 9 N 

2 HELD IN a»EAK-INS FACE NEW CHARGES ^ | J/U/R2 A 6 N 
POLICE CHARGE Z IN BREAK-IN 

JONES. RUSSELL , „.,„, S 2 10/23/92 A 20 N 

2 DURHAM STUDENTS RECEIVE H0N3RS ^ 

JONES, S. P. , , H 2 2/26/82 A 5 L 

5j;;SS L^fiR^'pSI SHERIFF H 2 5/27/82 A 4 L 

•'°"";;oIne"tS PRI-E STINGERS FOR WI.S « \ V,\VA\ 3 3 P N C09 

HORNETS HAVE TALENT ANO NUMBERS ^ 

JONES. SHERRY ANN (BURLINGTONI HI 5/20/82 3 1 N 

ALAMANCE TEEN KILLED IN CAR CRASH " ' 

JONES, SOUTHGATE III . , c 2 1/16/82 A 20 P N 

N.C. 'PGLE-FAMILY HOME PERMITS DROP , , ,„.. ,„. 3 i 1/17/el D 10 P N 

FAMILY trSoITION CONTINUED AT J. SOUTHGATE C SON INC. H 2 l/i;'»| ^ 'j" p ^ 
CALVERT ALUMNI RECALL PAST 

^°"";sl:k;^PlN;A^?EN ACT np AGGRESSION " 2 ^/"/°^ ' ' ^ 

^°^"st;d?^5J FDR EXAMS IN THE SUNSHINE " \ ,\'°YA\ 1 I T N "' 

TERESA JONES TAKES SECOND IN =aGEANT 

JONES. TEWILLER H. H 2 4/03/82 A 4 L 

STUDE'ITS NEED TRAINING 

JONES. THOMAS T. DR.^_ ^ „ ,t^=»c h 2 4/13/92 C 1 P U L57 

MOST OF A LIFE TO HELP OTHERS „ 2 9/30/82 J 5 L 

CENTER FOR WELL-BEING 

JONES. VERNON S 2 12/16/82 A 10 P N 

GETS AWARD ,, ,,,„.. S 2 12/22/82 C 1 P F S33 

AD SALESMAN RETIRES FRIDAY 

JONES, VICTOR DR. (RALEIGHl 



MONTHLY/ANMUAL 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



N A H E S 



MILK GOES Flow OAIRr C4SE TO SHELF 

JONES. VICTOR S. (BUBLINGTONl 
MAN CHA9GE0 rflTH ASSAULT 

JONES. KALTE' IM.C. STATE UNIV. ?L«CE1ENT OIRECTORl 
RESORTS AMONG FEW OASES OF SU^"MEa JOBS 

JONES. WALTER B. (REP.) 

JONES TO SEEK HIS <3TH TERM 

COMPUTER ON CONGRESS. ..JONES. ROSE LEAD N.C. ABSENTFEISM LIST 

COAST GUARD MONEY SOUGHT 9Y N.C. »EP. 

N.C. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION LIKES 'SI REAPPORTIONMENT PLAN 

SIX OFFSHOR'= SITES WON'T BE LEASEO 

WALTER JONES FILES TO RUN FOR lOTH TERM 

5 CONGRESSMEN RENOMINATED 

COBEY alGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 

JOHNSTON LOSES. HENOON TRAILS 

JONES. WALTER H. 
OBITUARY 

JONES, WAYNE R. 

ACTING VICE CHANCELLOR NAMED =0R BUSINESS. FINANCE AT UNC 

JONES. WESLEY IRVIN (KERNERSVILLEI 

BUS DRIVER GIVEN SENTENCE FOR OU I 

BUS DRIVER CONVICTED OF DUI 

ORIVEB OF BUS INVOLVED IN DEATH GETS PRISON TERM 

JONES. WILLIAM HANSFORD lOCALA, FL. I 
POISONER ESCAPES 
ESCAPEE RETURNED FROM NEW JERSEY 

JONES. WILLIAM J. MR. AND MRS. 

DURHAM COUPLE AIDED IN CRISIS 

JONES, WILLIE LEE 
OBITUARY 

JORDAN. CLYDE (CHATAM CO.) 

FOR CHATHAM MAN, IT WAS LIKE 3L0 TIMES 

JORDAN. DANIEL ANDREW (BAHAMA) 

Z ARRESTED IN THEFT OF STEREO 

JORDAN. DAVID ALLEN (SWANSBOROI 

MAN FIGHTING IN ROAO KILLED 

JORDAN. HAMILTON 

REAGAN WIN IN •?<, WOULDN'T SURPRISE JORDAN 

JORDAN. HOMER (CLEMSON UNIV.) 
NCAA QUERIES JORDAN 

JORDAN. JOAN 

GROUP WANTS LEASE ON FARMERS' MARKET 

JORDAN, JOHN 

GROUP RANKS TOP LOBBYISTS IN SENERAL ASSEMBLY 

JORDAN, MARVIN 0. 

APC PHLICE CITE MANAGER 

JORDAN. "ICHAEL 

JORDAN GETS ROOKIE AWARD 

SHADES OF OT: JORDAN BRINGS BACK "EMORIES 
ROATT OUSTED FROM JOB AS UNC-: HEAD COACH 
JORDAN EXPECTED IN LINEUP FOR JACKETS 

JS??r:nJD"N"!E;5^E°lc'?il? it'iW ''"'"' °""''^ ^^°" °''' °^"^5 

UNC'S MOCK GETS NCAA WRESTLING TITLE 

JORDAN LIVES UP TO COiCH'S PROPHECY 

THREE WISHES DOWN, ONE TO GO FOR UNC'S JORDAN 

TAR HEELS 63, HOYAS 62 

JORHAN'S SHOT GIVES SMITH 1ST NCAA TITLE 

JORDAN: A DREAM COME TRUE 

FOUR HEELS ALL-TQURNEY 

UNC FINOS NEAR-PE'FSCT CHEMISTRY 

UNC TEAMMATES TO »E AT FESTIVAL 

JORDAN TO LEAD PARADE 

UNC'S JORDAN LEADS U.S. WIN 

INJURY SIDELINES JORDAN 

CnuRTSIPE '33 

JORDAN: A SUPERMAN IN LIGHT BLUE 

JORDAN. ROPERT 3. 

N.C. SENATE DEALS ERA SEVERE 3L0W 
OBSTACLES OVERWHELM ERA 

JORDAN. TOM REV. 

P'EACHEP-COP: BAPTIST MINISTER PULLS PATROL, SOUL DUTIES. . . 

JORDAN. VERNON 

REAL AND IMAGINARY RACISM 

JORDAN, w. L. (GOLDSBORO) 
CHURCH EXTRAVAGANT 
CRITICISM OF METHODISTS UNWARRANTED 

JORGENSON. JAMFS 

BEER CAN PACK HARDER PUNCH THAN WHISKEY 
JORGENSON GETS AWARD 

JQSHI. ARVIND D. DR. 

HELMS RIGHT ON FALKLANDS 

JOSHI. VIJAY S. DR. 

JOSHI SPREADING SPACE TRUTH 

DUKE PROFESSOR TO GIVE WORKSHOP AT CONCLAVE 

DTI PROF TO HOLD SPACE SHUTTLF SEMINAR 

JOUBERT, CORRIE AND JENNY (SOUTH AFRICA) 

3?55^ SI???R'iNS'o'^§'v°^^ci''Sti?EL'''"" 'E^'OVATION OF OLD BUILDING 

JQURNIETTE. ROSEMARY 

MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON 

JOVA, CAROL 

LtM TO HIRE 'SOME' WORKERS 

LIGGETT HIRES NEW WORKERS IN DURHAM 

JOYCE, JAMES 

CHASING THE 3LUES FROM A COLD, WET SPRING 

JOYCE, LINDA 



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1/12/92 3 
1/14/82 C 
3/01/92 3 
3/05/82 C 
3/06/92 
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3/14/82 B 
3/22/82 
3/26/82 
3/30/82 B 
3/30/82 A 
3/30/32 
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3/31/82 3 
4/16/82 A 
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H 2 a/07/92 A 4 
H 2 9/24/92 A 5 



H 2 4/07/82 A 12 
S 2 10/20/92 A 6 



S 2 1/25/92 C 1 P F 008 
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H 2 5/24/92 A 12 



H 2 12/28/92 2 1 
S 2 12/29/92 A 3 



H 2 6/28/82 C 



N A20 
N L30 



MQSTHLV/ANNUAL INDEX 

l/Ol/BZ - 12/31/82 



SHE SAW HIS POTENTIAL AND ST030 3Y HIH 

JOVNER.^eELTON S^^J^. TRiHiTY CELc!>RAT6S ITS SESOU ICENT6NN I AL 

JOVNERt IRVING L. IRALEIGHI ,,„,,.Tno 

PRISON OFFICIALS' RUSE SHOCKS 1 NEGOTIATOR „,,.^-, 

PRISON isKS INMATES' RETURN AC TER DEAL FREES HOSTAGES 

NEGOTIATOR: OFFICIALS OEALT IN ?A0 FAITH 

VIRGINIA RETURNS INMATES TO N. C . 

•"AO =»ITH' CHARGE HAS SOME VALIDITY 

INMATES RETURNED TO N.C. 'RISIN ,,,,,- 

STATE SUFFERS BUM RAP IN ENDING PRISON CRISIS 

■""""^''rMkTis HOL^'^s'll'SaSTAGE: STAJOOFF EXISTS ON THIRD FLOOR AT CENTRAL. 

P»ISON^STANOOFf"cONTINUES: NE;0TIATI0NS fall THROUGH 
HOSTAGES: aRI^F PROFILES OF MEN HELD 5T 3 INMATES 
PRISONERS RELEASE HOSTAGES AFTER MAKING TRANSFER DEAL 

JOVNERt TONY ANTHONY 

TWO HURT IN MOPEO. CAR WRECK 
WOMAN IS STILL LISTED AS CRITICAL 
MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE FILED IN <0-PED DEATH 

JUD. DONALD lUNC-GI ,, ._ 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX IS UNVEILED 

JUDKINS. OELLIA 
DSITUARY 

JUKUS. MARY PASCHELL (MAYSVILLE) 
MAYSVILLE WOMAN KILLED 

■'"'-":!Jn?^I"SSa'n'S club PLANS 'BUNNY LUNCH' 
HE'S OFF AND RUNNING AGAIN 

JU':ka, VINCENT IROXBOROl „-^,,Tcn 

ROXBOPO MOVES TOWARD THE NATIONAL REGISTER... 

JUSTICE, CHARLIE GREAT 'GRAYS' , „„ ^^„„ 

'TIS ALMOST autumn: TIME TO REMEMBER CHOO CHOO 

choo choo tells his version of night in xingspobt 

justice, mary s. 
obituary 

kahan, mitchell 0. 
curators named 

""'"p1;c'h!'a?S^': B?:y'V^^1:'?oS°^?Sying the -nd is the mind itself 

«AHN. STEPHEN ICHAPEL HILL) 

"T^REr?5E?rs?5Rs''?E5!;B°GUILTY OF IMPEDING TRAFFIC 

<AIN, TOMMY 

<AIN 'AKING DEVILS TOWARD THE TOP 

KALL, MAOY AND LARRY (RALEIGH) 

WEEKEND RETREATS REKINDLE SPARK OF MATRIMONY 

KALLIANOS. ANGELOS C. 
OBITUARY 

KAMIN, HENRY OR. 

iW%l V^TlSf^s "w^LrBrfn^IC OF APRIL 6 HEALTH NIGHT OUT 
TOO MUCH VITAMIN A DANGEROUS TO HEALTH 

KAt'OIN^KY, VASILY 

KANTINSKY EXHIBIT REVEALS ROOTS OF ABSTRACT ART 
CONSI'^ER KANOINSKY 

FINGER-PAINTING NOT JUST PLAYFUL , „ ,..^^„ 

KANDI'iSKY EXHIBIT DETAILS PIONEER'S CAREER AS PAINTER 

KANE, GEORGE w. JR. ImFNOERSONI 

SUIT ASKS REPAYMENT OF KANE INC. LOANS 
LAWSUIT CLAIMS LOANS ILLEGAL 

KANE, JOHN M. 

SUIT ASKS REPAYMENT OF KANE INC. LOANS 
LAWSUIT CLAIMS LOANS ILLEGAL 

KAKEKLIDES, DORIS ICHAPEL HILL) ,„^.,.. -,,„,„ci^,o 
SPECIAL GIFT GAVE THEM A VERY SPECUL FRIENDSHIP 

KAK'OY, JAKE 

ROCKETS AWAY 

KANTNER, BETH TILLEY , ., ^„ ^, . 

BETH KANTNER: FRIENDS GATHER TO WISH HER WELL 

KAPLAN. ALFREOA S. 

WOMAN'S PURSE IS STOLEN 

KAPLSN. ELLEN 

MRS. KISSINGER JUSTIFIED 

KAPLAN. JULES (WILMINGTON! 
UNC-W SUSPENDS TEACHER 
HE DEGRADED THE GRADES 

KAPLAN. STANLEY H. 

-IFSSIAH OF THE TEST-pREP 

KAPL4N. STANLEY N. (CHARLOTTE RADIO EXEC.) 
JUSTICE DEPSRTMFP.T SAYS MAN CLEARED 
RECORD PENALTY LEVIED BY FEC 

'■'lotteries PROVIDING BIG MONEY FOR STATES 

KARAS. K. WATSON 

CIVIC CFNTER PLAN SAID UNSOUND 

KARI-AN.^KHALIL^nR.^^ FROSTBITE, SEE A DOCTOR 

""■'i ^SSh^aSSSSi??? now SHOWN AT WORLD'S FAIR 
KARIS, JOHN 







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1/01/32 - 12/31/82 



P«GE IT3 
1/17/83 



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KIRIS IN MAGIZINE 

KARON, JOHN H. DR. 

STUOr: ESTROGEN ■Ml LOWER DEATH RATE 

KASARDA, JOHN D« 

U.S. ASSISTANCE ■lAV HAVE HURT CITIES. UNC PROFESSOR CONTENDS 
SOCIOLOGIST: CITIES NEED HEL' IN ADAPTING TO CHANGE 

KASSAB. ALFRED E. (CRANBURY, N.J.) 

KASSAB "RELIEVED" BY COURT RULING 

KATRANIDES. DAPHNE 

APPALLING SLANDER 

HATRANIDES. VARGA«=T 

INAPPOOPRIATE HEADLINE 
APPALLING SLANDER 

KATZ. ARNIE 

CO-OP WILL SELL PRODUCE 
LICENSING PROTECTS MONOPOLIES 

KATZ. ELISABETH 

THE ULTIMATE HOPROR 

KATZ. HENRY J. 

LOOSE LIVING IN DURHAM 

CIVIC CENTER WON'T FOSTER CRIME 

CONVENTIONS AND MORALITY 

KATZ. SAMUEL L. OR. 

MEASLES NOW RARE IN DURHAM COJNTY 
CUTS SEEN HURTING VACCINE PROGRESS 
IMMUNIZATION REMAINS VITAL. DOCTOR SAYS 
KATZ: DISEASES STILL THREATEN 

KAUFMAN. RUSSEL OR. 

SEARL? SCHOLAR TO STUDY TISSUE TISEASE 
KAUFMAN TO USE GRANT FOR COLLIGEN RESEARCH 

KAUFMANN. CHUCK 

ELEGANCE TO ACCENT RACQUET CLJfl 

KAVLOCK, ROBERT J. DR. 

3 NAMED TO BIOLOGY DIVISION POSTS 

KAZ - JtPSFN. IVONA 

ACKLANO SHOW IS SOLD. BRIGHT 

FOLKS MOVE FROM ALL OVER; TO :) URHAM J I TH LOVE 

KEARNEY, aOBBY LEE (LOUISBURGI 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

KEARNEY. SUSAN LINDA 

MAN CHARGED IN FIRING GUN 

KEARNEY. WENDY LEE (RALEIGHI 
RALEIGH WOMAN SLASHED 

KEARNS. 4NTH0NY J. 
OBITUARY 

KEE, LOTTIE 

TEACHERS HELP CHILDREN AT DUKF HOSPITAL 

KEEPER, PATRICIA 

DEMOCRATIC FUND-RAISERS INVOKE HELMS" 



NAME IN MAIL CAMPAIGN 



KEEL, MOLLIE ANO SAM 

FESTIVE: KEELS GO ALL OUT WITH DECORATIONS 

KEEL, SAM 

WHO'S GOT THE SPIRIT? SOUTHERN! 

INGENUITY AT WORK 

SNAGS OVER SITES ^IZZLE SOUTHERN-NORTHERN RENEWAL 

KEENE, DONALD EDWARD (GREENSBORO) 
ROBBERY VICTIM STRIKES BACK 

KEENE. JACK a. OP. 

3 OUKF RESEARCHERS GET 530,000 GRANTS 
SCIENTISTS GET OUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

KEENEY, OONNA 

OURHA" "AN DIES FROM BULLET WOUND 
DURHAM POLICE LOOK FOR KILLER 

KEENEY, Gary don 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-C;UNTY OR UG ROUNDUP 

KEENIST, WILL lAM J. 

5 GREAT MONTHS IN DURHAM 

KEESE, PETFR 

HOSPICE CHAPTERS PL»Y DIFFERnc ROLES 

KEESLING. PHILIP L. IMUNCIE, INO.) 

SUIT FILED OVER AIRPLANE SEIZ=D BY Fg i 

DURHAM noCTOR SUED OVER PLANE 

DOCTOR SEEKS WITHDRAWAL OF LAWSUIT OVER AIRPLANE 

GRACE DEMANDS SUIT WITHDRAWAL 

KEIGHTON. JAMES 0. 

MUSEUM SHOULD GET FULL APPROPR lATION 
SCUTTLE PENTAGON PRODIGALITIES 

KEITH, H«L 

FALCONS' KEITH A LITTLE •OIFFi=RENT' 

KNOTT TIGHTENS JORDAN OB GRIP 

JORDAN WILL LOOK TO YOUVG PLAYERS 

ONE-TWO ILLNESS PUNCH LEVELS c aLCONS FOOTBALL 

WHY SONS CHOSE SOCCER OVER FODTOALL 

KEITH. MARVYN FRANCES 
OBI TUARY 

KEITH, PAUL THOMAS ICREEOMOOR) 

COUNTY SCHOOLS MECHANIC CHARGED 

KELLER. DANIEL 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE YOUNG BUSINESS SET 

KELLER. OOUG L PATSY 

FIRE HYDRANTS NEEDED 



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1/01/32 - 12/31/92 



-iioiRET Seller TO head city-s us-an -inistries 

JPBAN VlINISTSIES OF JUR"»M RAISES FUNDS. KETS NEh LEADtH 



<ELLEY, PETTY >IOaHAN SUTPHIN INASHl/ILLE. TNI 
\iO»AN CHARiEO IN -73 OROMNWG 



ESNiN. =LI2A6ET" T. I MOUNT HOLYOK^ . "^'S?;' ^„„ , 
EOUCAToST EFFECT OF CUTS COUU 3e DISASTROUS 



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KELLER. "ARGARST , ,„,, c 2 './14/82 C I N K'O 

CITY STUDYING, TREE LAW'S COST mtmi.;trif<: h 2 12/23/^2 3 1 » N M66 



S 2 12/23/92 A 3 



KELLER. OSCAR A. Ill ILEE CO.) .„, ,.,^ ^,,„t riNsoiocn " 1 1/21/B2 3 1 

TWO LEE MEN FILE LAWSUIT CHARGING HUNT CONSPIRED 

KELLER. OSCAR A. JR. ILEE CO.) .„, ,„^ „,,.,. riMcoiacn H 1 1/21/92 S 1 

TWO LEE MEN FILE LAWSUIT CHARGING HUNT CONSPIRED 

KELLER. THOMAS ,,„„.„ „,or/-Tno H 2 6/06/!2 11 

OR. KELLER ELECTED ASSEMBLY DIRECTOR 

KELLER. ■'ODD LINWOOD ,„,., ,., H ? 5/13/92 9 2 

YOUTM CHARGED IN 55? 3REAK-IN 

'^'-'-'oJke'-vI-Es't DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORS ^ " | 5/20/82 A 10 

SEVEN GET DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORSHIPS AT DUKE 5 2 5/iO/B<: 

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'''''llcr.Tu?.0 "5"TMENT ON THE MovE^ » | l/^^/H i } 

12 OF 13 FROM NCCU PASS NURSING EXAM 5 2 9/21/82 3 1 
NURSING GRADES RE30UN0 

'^^'•'""'pROLONGED FREEZE "RINGS PAIN TO DURHAM.; poOR » | 2/02/92 I 1 

DURHAM RESIDENTS TO GET MONEY FOR FUEL J 4 5/27/82 C 1 

BCAcS: ABILITY TO PAY SHOULD 3E CONSIDERED 5 2 5/27/82 L J 

HEATING FUNDS DEPLETED ,,,.„, S 2 10/29/82 C 1 

aOARO MAY TIGHTEN EMERGENCY AID FUNDS ^ 

KELLY. 3ETTY NOR-AN SUTPHIN INASHVILLEI „ 2 a/14/'>2 A 5 N 
WOMAN CHARGED IN SPOUSE'S DEATH 

KFLLY. aOaOY 3RANDELL IVANCE CO.J ,^ , ,. . re H 1 3/17/92 9 1 N 

COURT OF APPEaCS orders new r>IAL IN SLAYING CASE " ' i/l'/Vd 3 

KELLY, CARLOS , ., H 2 2/08/92 B 2 P F 
3ACK ON 'HOME* TURF 

KELLY. DAVID .,_. H 2 1/07/82 A 9 N H60 

PCB RULING IS iPPEALEO 3Y WARDEN " ' 

^E'-'-'^iirwAS NO GIVING UP FOR STUBBORN DEARL KELLY " 2 '/0*^82 £ 2 P F H<,5 

*^^^^5ul»lS^0URNS LOSS OF A FRIEND " ^ ''''^« « 1 P F M., 

KELLY. JAMES GERALD (RICHMOND. VA.l „ 2 1/03/92 C 4 

OBITUARY S 2 1/09/82 A 9 P N 
JIM KELLY SUCCUMBS 

^^•■^'iRC^Srfic^OPPOSES CIVIC CENTE. -ovE ^ ^ "^^"^''^ ' ' " ^'° 

'^'^'ga^S^N^JoOLS reported stolen 5 2 6/17/82 C 1 N 

KELLY. JIM AND KATHERINE ,,,.„,- ,ttu . nuc H 2 7/11/32 E I » F Hi,5 
FOLKS MCVE FROM ALL OVER; TO OURHAM WITH LOVE 

KELLY. JOHN I I3M) „.,..,. H 2 6/D1/92 A 5 L 
DURHAM'S 'GOOD SAMARITAN- 

^^^^'';AiTHl.i?§"2!?5°^loNAPPiNG " > ^'^'^'^ ^ ' " 

'^'-'-''coSIXJlLERS FAVOR REHIRING THOSE FIRED S 2 B/05/92 A 1 N Sa3 

'^'■'■''1 L^irciMefs^oiERS WON'T SEE< RE-ELECTION " 1 1/35/92 B 1 N 

KELLY. STEVE (PALEIGHI c j 2/25/82 C 1 N S83 

TRIAN'--LF TRADE ZONE DEMAND EXISTS ^ 

"^^^".oJ^.T^iKirr.^ll fuTo'SrE^i""'"' - ' 1°/^'^" ' ' ^ 

'^^''i.l':'hn:cn°Ji\oi'il<°'iin U drug raid » 2 2'23/82 A 12 N 

"-•■^'jFSl^g^NO WHAT THEY'RE DOING » ' ^/l'^'^ ^ ' ° ^ 

''''-'■''SETik^J'^I-Ai^ir^Sps'-N:,!. pornography law " 2 B/14/82 9 12 N 

''""'F^FSiSAL'tESERVE BOARD HIT OVER INTEREST RATES " 2 ''O^/" D 6 R N 

''^''*''fRANk"'Jen;n 3UYS INTEREST IN 3RIGHTLEAF SQUARE COMPLEX H 2 3/09/|2 A 1 N 

KENAN BRINGS EXPERIENCE TO BRIGHTLEAF SCUARE 5 2 Y°yil § i » 4 

THREE TO RECEIVE UNIVERSITY AWARD ? | 11/10/92 A 12 N 

KENAN TO GET UNC AWARD „ J 11/12/92 C "• N 

JNC 3nARD HONORS J 5 2 11/13/92 A <. E 
WELL-DESERVED HONOR 

KE>!AN, PATRICK 0. OR. H j 6/05/92 A 4 L 
SYMPHONY AN ASSET 

KENFIELD. FLUABFTH „ j 12/25/32 3 6 
OBITUARY 

H 2 2/26/92 A 7 N W24 



''''"''?JiMiSv5''3ARB»RA KENNEDY SETS EXAMPLE FOR OPPONENTS TO FOLLOW H 2 2/26/92 C 1 P f M7 1 

•KENNEDY. ^CHUCK ^^ ^^^. ^^^^ ^,,^^ „ 2 3/15/92 E 2 » F H45 

KENNE0Y._,|DWA»0^^-.^ CLASH OVER ILLEGAL ALIENS BILL "„ 2 ,|/J,|/|2 ^ i , ? ,., 

^!;j,?rKirEi'Y^s"D^ull3i not to run -.000 news for tar heel democrats h 2 .2/03/82 C 7 N 
EXIT SEN. KENNEDY 



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12/31/92 



KENNEDY: •! ,JILL NOT 96 A CANCilOJTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 1984. 

KENNEDY, F4RRELL 

THIS 'IRIOE, BRIOEGROOM "ET AT SUNDAY SCHOOL 

KENNEDY, FRANKLIN (MOYOCK) 

TWO ESCAPEES KIDNAP WOMAN 
HARNETT ESCAPEES ARE RECAPTURED 
2 ESCAPEES "ECAPTURED 

KENNEDY, JOHN I H ILL SBOROUGH ) 

A NEW PERSPECTIVE QN SOME HOUSES OF YESTERYEAR 

KENNEDY, JOHN P. IHILLSBOROUGHI 

HILLS50R0UGH MAN HEADS DRAMA JNIT 

KENNEDY, KEVIN R6ID ICHARLOTTEI 

HE'LL JOIN PEN »AL IN PRISON 

KENNEDY, MATTHEW ICHARLOTTEI 
2 CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

KENNEDY, MAX 

2 CANDIDATES FILE IN ORANGE COUNTY 
KENNEDY, WALTERS FILE IN ORANJE 
COMPTON WON'T SEEK RUNOFF VOTF 

HAITHCOCK AND MILLER WIN SEATS ON EDUCATION BOARD 
2 REOUEST RUNOFF 
. BATFMAN, KENNEDY WIN ORANGE SEATS 
3ATEMAN, KENNEDY WIN SEATS 

MAX KENNEDY CHOSEN SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN 
KENNEDY HEADS ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

KENNEDY, MICHAEL 

TOWN COUNCIL DENIES PLEA ON EL SALVADOR 

KENNEDY, RICKY RECARDO 

SBI PROBES ALLEGED BEATING 
THIEF TAKES 11,300 IN PROPERTY 

KENNEDY, w. J. Ill 

N.C. "UTUAL REPORTS GAINS IN ASSETS, PREMIUM INCOME 

2 FROM DURHAM ON MICHAUX COMMITTEE 

HEADS OF MICHAUX PANEL NAMED 

PANEL STUDYING LEASING OF SCH30L BUILDINGS 

KENT, ELIZABETH 

BOYCOTT MOVIE 

KEOUGH, DONALD R. 

PRESIDENT OF COCA-COLA CO. TO ADDRESS DURHAM CHAMBER 

CHAMBER BANOUFT SCHEDULED 

CHAMBER HONORS ANLYAN, HERBERT 

KFQUGH IS IT 

DURHAM PEOPLE TOLD OPTIMISM RETURNING 

KERCKHOFF, SYLVH S. 

5 SOLONS BACK ARMS FREEZE 
COUNCIL MEMBERS: BUDGET SEEMS OK 
PANEL KILLS PLAN TO INTERVENE 

KERIN, JOSEPH REV. (CHARLOTTE! 

CATHOLICS RAISE FUNDS FOR TV 'ROGPAHS 

KERNS, LAWRENCE ( KERNER SV I LLE 1 

FOUR CHARGED IN SMUGGLING OF IIGARETTES 

KEPR, JOHN H. 

FOOD STAMP OFFICIAL GETS RAISE 

MERIT RAISE ILL-TIMED 

FOOD STAMP ACCUSATIONS EXCHANGED 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

N.C. FOOD STAMP PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR TO RETIRE 

KEPR. LUTHER wINFRED "WINK" 
OBITUARY 

KERSEY, JAMES LEWIS 

WOMAN CHARGED IN DEATH 

KEPSEY, ROBERT WILLIAM COL. 
OBITUARY 

KESSLER, MICHELLE 

DURHAM CAOETTF cjRfgs SILVER AWARD 

KESTER, "OBEPT L. 

DEPUTY'S HO"E HIT BY GUNSHOTS 
REWARD IS OFFERED 

KETCHA", ALLEN JOHN (CARYI 

JURY INDICTS FORMER POSTMASTER 

KEVILLE, CHRIS 

CREATIVE COOK MAKES HER OWN 

KEY, FRANCIS SCOTT 

THE RESTLESS LAWYER 

KEYSOR, CHARLES M. 

LEADING EVANGELICAL LEAVES DENOMINATION 

KEYWORTH, GEORGE A. 

REAGAN SCIENCE ADVISER PLANS SPEECH AT DUKE 
ADVISER SAYS REAGAN SUPPORTS SCIENCE 

KHADAFY, MOAMMAR (COL. I 

MUSLIM PEFEOENCES WERE OUTDATED 
EDITORIAL INACCURATE, HARMFUL TO MUSLIMS 

KHOMEINI, AYATOLLAH 

IRAN'S BLOODY 'JUSTICE' 
THOUSANDS 'lURPEPED IN IRAN 
REMINISCENT 3F HITLER 
THE AYATOLLAH'S FARCE 

KIEFFR, MARY J. 

HASSLE HOUSE VOLUNTEER FURIOUS 

KIERONSKI, PATRICK FRANCIS (WYANCLDTTE, MICH. I 
FOUR SAMPSON JAIL ESCAPEES ARE CAPTURED 

KIFFIN, MONTE 

WOLFPACK ADOS THREE COACHES 

COURT UPHOLDS RULING AGAINST EX-WAKE COACH 

KIFFIN, STATE BRASS SILENT ON JOB DISCUSSIONS 



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OUNO 
PACK ')'JART£331C< KEY TO «5VA:i=t'J PLAMi UiM ufFENSE 

.-JEW ASSisTi'ir; "ONE » ?»" 'T"-* 

310 LUCK "OVE'S QVE^ .40LF?ACK 

•1CIVT0SH LATEST VICT!" OF VIS.'S 

STAT6-FUR-4-4 -lOT JUST A^CTHER l^A'^E 

KIF=I\ SE=S <ARS 3N »EEK'$ =R2NT 

OPENItG ;i\ LIFTS KIF=IN-S SPIRITS 

•PACK STILL UNPROVEN 

F'TPY SAYS pIPaTES are 'BETTER TEAM 

|.p?I.j =IgE5 TO FND TERPS RECENT SUCCESS VS. »ACK 

PACK, civs :dn E»oTiaNAL ao«NSLaPES 

AT RANDOM 

TWO i.-lS DON'T AOO JP 

KIF=IN LOW-KEVS JNC-STATE RIVALRY 

STATE: NO ELECTRICITY 

^?FFIN^PRa2tSFS RESULTS IF GIVEN A FAIR CHANCE 

KIFFIN'S STATUS REMAINS UNCERTAIN 

COACHES: <IF-IN EXPECTS 3ATTL; 

^i^,n4lFFIN EXCHANGE CONCERNED PR03E 

KIFFIN: .OLFPACK has LEARNED LESSON 

KIFFIN DESERVES EXTENSION 

VTlrk\lini\'WxpTO KEEP KIFFIN 

rRy-siifi^G v-'ohr^sVi'iih^. -ilson 

KIFFIN, N.C. STATE CHANCELLOR MEET TODAY ABOUT J03 

STAT^ciANc'LLOP POSTPONES MCP ON KIFFIN'S FUTURE 
SAD STATES OF AFFAIRS 
KIFFIN OUT, STANTON IN? 

lli',^'chti,'rl,l^n^hll''h<' DISMAYED HENOEL 
CAS=Y. WOLFPACK CLU? NAIL KIFFIN ,,,^,„ 
STATE OFFICIALS DENY PRESSURE MOVE ON KIFFIN 
MOGHASH. DR. PO'JLigN_ 




KIKER. SALLY KING ICHARLOTTEl 

EIGHT TO FACE DRUG CHARGES 

''"■^"MUSIcJL'^°'fNl'sTElf''GUITA8-TQTING CLERGYMAN POKES FUN AT POLS 

KILGO, J. C. ("IShOPI _ .„.„ 
MARSE JACK T3 GREET DUKE GRAOS 

KILPATRICK, CHRISTOPHER ICHAPEL hill) 

JURY SELPCTION "AY END TODAY = OR CIVIL SUIT 
^400, 000 SUIT FILED IN CLYDESDALE INCIDENT 
YTUTH'S PARFNTS SEEK $500,000 
CLYDESDAL= Show TRIAL OPENS IN HILLSBCROUGH 

Witnesses SAY n" security patrols during horse show 

JURY -EARS OF -HORRIFYING' C A! PLUNGE INTO CRO-O 

slides SHOrtN TO JURORS 

DOCTORS: CRASH'S COSTS STILL 'ISING 

INJURIES DESC'I'EO AT CLYDeSO«LE SHOW TRIAL 

OURham"oy aNoST DIED FROM INJURIES, DOCTOR SAYS 

df?eScants seek directed verdicts in su* million suit 
final arguments expected in sjit over 30ys' injuries 

'^ul2nU\U'tlh^JlA°0ui''r-, s3?ravER 30YS' INJURIES 

CLYDESDALE JURY TO MEET AGAIN 

Sill, 000 A.AROED =GR ?OYS' INJURIES , „ ,„-,„ 

I 30y" A.AROEO SIU.OOO IN CLYDESDALE SHOW WRECK 

CLYDESDALE JURY AWARDS REDUCED 

KIMSALL, JANA 

SHE WANTED TO BE FRIENDS. TOO 

<I"3R0UGH, F"ANK (»0X30R0I 
TAKE ACTION 

<rwc TERESA 

COURT hCN'T hear =laG-6URNInG CASE 

'"'^'vetsrin'wRITers in area schedjle class workshop 

*'^"ij0TTD'?IGER'F^SP?riull';{s ALMA -ATER 

'''"5iSug£llcli2 [I'A'llV. HU«T PLAYING POLITICS DN ESC CUTS 
■"""^'Ni; DUKE POWER "FFICE DESIGNED TO SAVE ENERGY 
""""'lOVE^'gIFTS send SANTA TO MURDOCH 

kincaio. rev* stewart 
obituary 

ki»jg. arnold k. jr. rev. 

king apooin-sd to commission 
king on commission 

'"'"''rIfreshing to read good NEw« 

king. c. r03frt ihills30rough) 
woros can sound sour 
tar heels talk funny 
the king's english 

king. charles ed (carr30rc> 
obituary 

'""^•DSiiiS°5i:S rr ?i^RGED IN KIDNAPPING ^ 
DURHAM MAN =ACES CHARGES IN ASOUCTION 

^'-^-TSk'SfoiL OF CLYDE KING 

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9 


N 




H 2 3/07/82 A 


u c 


F 




S 2 5/08/92 A 


1 = 


N F30 




H 2 12/01/92 A 


17 


N 




H 2 2/26/92 S 


1 


N W36 




S 2 2/26/92 A 


11 


N 




H 2 11/30/92 9 


1 


N W36 




H 2 12/02/92 A 


14 


N W35 




H 2 12/03/92 3 


1 


N W36 




S 2 12/03/32 C 


1 


N J36 




H 2 12/04/92 C 


1 


N W36 




H 2 12/D7/92 A 


6 


N W36 




S 2 12/07/32 A 


1 


N W36 




H 2 12/09/92 3 


10 


N 




S 2 12/08/92 A 


1 


N W36 




H 2 12/09/92 3 


7 


N J36 




5 2 12/09/92 A 


1 


N W36 




H 2 12/10/92 = 


1 


N W36 




S 2 12/10/82 A 


I 


N W36 




H 2 12/11/92 A 


1 


N 




H 2 12/16/82 A 


17 


N W36 




H 2 3/21/82 E 


2 


» F H45 





H 2 7/16/92 A 5 

H 2 10/19/92 A 11 

H 2 1/17/82 C 3 

H 2 2/24/92 C 2 

H 2 1/26/92 A 3 

H 2 t/10/92 A 14 

S 2 12/24/82 A 4 

H 2 4/16/82 A 10 



H 2 4/20/82 A 9 
S 2 4/21/82 C 16 



S 2 6/14/92 A 4 



H 2 1/23/92 A 
H 2 3/26/92 A 
H 2 9/06/92 A 



H 2 6/30/82 C 



H 2 7/25/82 A 
S 2 7/26/9Z C 



N "23 

L 




H 2 12/01/82 9 2 P U "71 
H 2 3/05/92 3 1 U 071 
H 2 3/05/82 1 P F 



■■■ 



MONTHUY/ANNUAL INDEX 



PAGE 177 



1/01/B2 - 12/31/82 .. - .. w ^ r.„j^.^^ 



KING. 0. M. 

PLANNERS GO TOO FAR 

KING. OAVIO (N.C. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT AT ION I 

WHY iJGN'T OUIC^ ROWER TAKE FEDFRAL MILLIONS FOR ?USES7 

KING* DAVID ANTHONY (BURLINGTQNI 

BURLINGTON XAN KILLSD WITH JACK 

KING* ED (DURHAM FIRFMAN) 

FOUR FIRE"EN, CITIZEN HURT IN OURHA" WRECK 

KING. EILEEN 

SALIM. KING TO GET AWARDS 

KING. ELTON YEARBY 
OBITUARY 

KING. FLORA PEASLEY (NELSON! 
•WISS FLO'A- HONORED 

KING. GENE (EAST FLAT ROCK! 
TWO SHOT DURING HOLDUP 

KING. GLADYS PLEASANT (PFAFFTOWNl 
OBITUARY 

KING. JESSE (ALSO GOES 8Y JESSE 9ETHUNEI 
MAN GETS 12 YEARS ON ASSAULT CHARGES 
MAN GETS 12-YEAR SENTENCE FOR SEXUAL OFFENSE CHARGES 

KING. JOE (WINSTON-SALEM! 

INVESTMENT IN IMMORTALITY 

KING. JUNE 

PARTY WAS LATE 9UT WAS SHE SURPRISED! 

KING. JUNIOR BRAGG (LIBERTY! 

DEFENDANT SAYS TRUCK DISPUTE LED TO DEATH 

KING. KAY 

VICE SQUAD CRITICIZED 

KING. MARGARET PICKETT 
OBITUARY 

KING. MARTIN LUTHER III 

MARTIN LUTHER KING III PONDERING HIS FUTURE 

KING. MARTIN LUTHER JR. DR. 

MICHAUX TALK SET THURSDAY 

NCCU TO HONOR KING ?IRTH 

H? FOUGHT FOR EQUALITY 

REBELS WHO HOLD JUSTICE ABOVE LAW 

SERVICE RESCHEDULED 

AN ASTEROID .NAMED FOR KING 

KING'S BIRTHDAY SHOULD BE HOLIDAY 

KING'S PROPER TITLE 

MICHAUX SEES 'EACTIONARY CONSERVATISM 

JUDGE: KING'S IDEALS "lEGLECTEO 

UNC PPOF LOHKS AT FBI POOBE TITO KING'S LIF= 

MINISTER SAYS BLACKS LOSE GROUND " 

KING. "ERROW AND MARIE 

FIRE HEAVILY DAMAGES HQME 

KING. noELL 

BACKYARD ROBBERY NETS CASH 

KING. ROBERT F. 

DUKE 'SHOWS NO CLASS' IN FIRING RED WILSON 

KING. ROBERT JR. -(WHEAT, FIRST SECURITIES! 
WElK on WALL STREET: ONE TO REMEMBER 

KING. RONNIE (ROXBORO! 

ROXBQPO MOVES TOWARD THE NATIONAL REGISTER... 

KING, SUSANNA 
OBITUARY 

KING. THOMAS E, 

L3'',^"f l"P'"5 STAFF TO LOSE THEIR JOBS 

deputy: GOOD CHRISTMAS GIFT WDULO BE ANOTHER JOB 

KING. WILLIAM 

;..; ,; i''° """' °°ES DUKE'S ARCHIVIST DO? 

THE DURHAM RcCORD SEEKS TO PRESERVE AREA'S HISTORY 

KING. WILLIAM C. 

KING ELECTED TO SEAT ON LAWYERS' BOARD 

KINGMAN. MARGARET GRAHAM (CHAPEL HILL! 
OBITUARY 

KINGSTON. PAUL 

STRIP-SEARCH PROMPTS PROTEST 

KINNAIRO. ELEANOR (ORANGE CO.! 

TAX OFFICE: PASOUINI'S RECORD IS CLEAR 

KINNAMAN. BRUCE (LEE CO.! 

RUMOK OF FIRING DENIED 
ASSISTANT DA TO LEAVE POST 

KINNELL. GALWAY 

3LACK3URN WRITERS FESTIVAL STARTS MONDAY AT DUKE 
KINNEY, THOMAS R. DR. 

"^*|-TH TALK TOPIC: SICKLE CELL DISEASE 

SICKLE CELL anemia; THERE'S NO CURE eUT PROSPECTS FOR VICTIMS ARE SETTER 
KIRBY, RAY 

BOOSTER CLUBS THRIVING AT COUV TY HIGH SCHOOLS 
KIRK. BOBBY (ORANGE CO.! 

CANE CREEK FULFILLS DREAM OF URD HUNTER 
KIPK. DANA 

THE ROOKIES: NATION'S TOP FRESHMEN ON OISOLAY IN EAST 

KIPK. JULIAN (RICHMOND. VA.! 

CHUTE MAY HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO SPEEDBOAT RACER'S INJURIES 
KIPK. MURIEL BURNS (HOPE MILLS! 



P D DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 9YL 


H 2 10/22/82 A 


5 


L 


H 2 2/25/82 8 


1 


N G53 


H 2 9/05/32 A 


4 


N 


S 2 12/09/82 A 


1 


P N F30 


S 2 9/18/82 A 


6 


N 


H 2 <./16/32 A 


10 





S 2 6/25/82 C 


9 


P P S76 


H 2 3/10/82 A 


12 


N 


H 2 10/14/82 C 


18 





H 2 1/22/82 B 
S 2 1/22/82 A 


5 
7 


N 
N 


H 2 10/22/82 


1 


P F G68 


H 2 1/29/82 B 


1 


P N V05 


H 2 6/13/82 C 


6 


N 


S 2 10/19/82 A 


4 


L 


H 2 8/01/82 C 


4 





H 2 5/24/82 B 


7 


P F 


H 2 1/10/82 A 
S 2 /l4/°2 C 
H 2 1/15/82 A 
H 2 /18/82 A 
S 2 /18/82 A 
H 2 /24/S2 D 
H 2 2/02/32 A 
H 2 2/03/82 A 
H 2 2/09/82 A 
H 2 2/13/82 A 
H 2 2/28/82 D 
S 2 4/05/82 3 


6 
1 

4 
4 
5 
5 
4 
5 
9 
12 
3 
4 


N 

N 

E 

E 

N 

L 

L 

L 
P N G53 

N 
P R R76 

N 


H 2 2/22/82 B 


1 


N 


S 2 6/24/82 a 


1 


N 


S 2 12/02/82 A 


4 


L 


H 2 8/22/92 


12 ■ 


> N 


H 2 2/28/82 D 


1 P F L30 


H 2 6/14/32 B 


6 





H 2 11/17/82 3 
S 2 11/17/82 C 


1 
1 


N 454 

N F0 5 


H 2 1/12/82 A 
H 2 2/21/82 D 


1 f 
3 P 


' F W24 
' U H4 5 


S 2 5/26/82 A 


6 


N 


H 2 2/25/82 A 1 


.7 





■1 2 2/03/82 9 


1 


N 851 


■1 2 4/10/82 A 


5 


N W36 


H 1 2/Zb/liZ 3 
•1 1 2/27/82 3 


1 
1 


N 
N 


■( 2 3/21/82 A 


9 


N 


^ 2 5/30/82 C 1 
^ 2 6/02/82 A 13 


N 

N W24 


t 2 6/2D/P2 


1 


N A20 


H 2 3/22/82 3 11 => 


N W66 


; 2 3/19/82 D 


1 = 


U =25 


1 2 7/24/82 A 


3 


N 



H N T H L y / 4 NJ^U^A^t _ I^N,0^e,| 



CLEPK KILLEO IN R0B9e5y 
CLEBK KILLED in FlYETTEVILLE 

KIPKLANQ.^L4KE^_ aEH»«KS 4 LOW IN ^H439INESS 
DEPLO^A^LE C3»'PaRIS3N 

HA^! HAW! 

CCRPECTION 

"°'""5;"u^'4.-'!«9lsSAOaR -AS TALKING STRAIGHT 
TRANSLATING J^ANE KIRKPATBICK (CART03N1 
THE GENERALISSI-'O AND THE HIREO HANDS 

KJOKPATRICK. LAUREN REEVE 

SHOW CN arortion slanted 
*"'"s.c!Tpprc\?L-s'50N'ciARGE0 n ORUG raid 

KIRTLEY. WILLIAM aUFORD 
OBITUARY 

KISSINGER. HENRY 

FULLY JUSTIFIED ANGER 
CITIZEN VAIN (CARTOONI 

KISSINGER. NANCY ^,„ 
FULLY JUSTIFIED ANGER 
"•RS. KISSINGER JUSTIFIED 

^■TC"EN. D2?'^IS''SET THE KIDS TD PLAY IT RIGHT!- 

KI'fCHEN, NICKY 

A VIRTUOSO SMILE ^ ^ 

VIOLINIST IS A VIRTUOSO AT 15 

KITCHENS. CARL C. JR. IMOLOEN BEACHl . 

1 ■<EN ENTER GUILTY PLEAS IN POT lASE 
30.000 LBS. OF POT CONFISCATED IN BUST 

'^'^'"^'iR'slTCATOR ORDERS EPA TO REHIRE SCIENTIST 

""■^hkuF'JriUN'^iS^lo DEATH IN FRONT OF HER CHILDREN 

'"''^eSNSE25X!°PERro^''su"i0E RATE ABOVE AVERAGE 
KIVETT. CHARLES T. IJuDGE) .tc-bt 

i^?=^3S^R^^R"c'^;R?^aS^i'5EN?J?"SJaE offer from pair 

SBI POOeiNG 1^77 RULING 

:5SG^i^YS'?k^nK^'rSlS"?S'yF6R DRUG SENTENCES 
ANOTHER BRIBERY CHARGE IS FILED 

lir.llh'.TAd'Yi''^l'^^'rf GUILFORD BRIBERY TRIAL 
JUDGE KIVETT CONFIDENT HE WON'T BE CHARGED 
N.C. JUDGE "ADE DEALS. FRIEND SAYS 
KIVFTT CALLED VENDETTA VICTIM 
KIVETT ALLEGATIONS TO BE REVIEWED 

^tvElT^r-Sill ^SSSS^^^^'InTIL '^LEGATIONS RESOLVED 
LAWYERS" GROUP HITS RELEASE OF ALLEGATIONS AGAINST KIVETT 
VANIRE DEFENDS ACTIONS IN CASS INVOLVING KIVETT 

KIVETT. FRANK «. iCARRBOROl 
BUY AMERICAN 

KIVETT. RAY WILLIAM I MC LEANSV I LLE I 
3 gx-F IPEFIGHTERS SENTENCED 

KLASSEN. BEN (LIGHTHOUSE POINT. FLA.) , .. - 

WHITE SUPREMACIST SAYS HE IS =UILDING CHURCH IN N.C. 
HIS BIGOTRY WON'T APPEAL 

"'""^^WHEN^ALL 'S SAID AND DONE. HE FINISHED 
KLAUSE.^STEVF^^ VETERINARY STUDENTS LEARN BY DOING 

KLEIN. DONALD Eugene iwilsoni 

WILSON YOUTH DIES AFTER BEATING 

aOY. :3. DIES AFTER BEATING 

POuPTH PERSON CHARGED IN DEATH OF WILSON YOUTH 

""■^'"muSLI"! TO'^PROTEST RELIGIOUS MAGES 
GILBERT A. KLEIN DIES AT DUKE 
RETIRED GEN TEL EXEC DIES 

KLEIN, STEVEN ICHAPEL hillI 

BOY HIT BY CAR IN CHAPEL HILL 

KLEINBAUM. DAVID G. OR. 

3 UNC PROFESSORS RECEIVE PROMOTIONS 



NAMES 



PAGE ITS 
1/17/83 



"LINE. JOHN L. 

ARTHRITIS GROUP: 



COLUMN IS UNFAIR 



"L INF. PAUL R • 

retirement village planned !n chatham 

klintworth,_feuc;ty _^^^ competes in amateur tourney 
durham pair loses 

KLINTWORTH.^SANQY^^^ DUO COMPETES IN AMATEUR TOURNEY 

DURHAM PAIR LOSES 
KLOEPFER.pWILLlA-^^^^^ TO TO»ACCO GROWERS 

<LY2A. CHRISTOPHER J. 

GOVERNMENT SHOULD KEcP LAND 

KNIESNFR. Thomas J. iChapel hilli 

UNC PROF NAMED TO ECONOM IC S UN I' 
WHITE HOUSE COUNCIL ADOS UNC STAFFER 
UNC PROFESSOR TAKES RARE VIEWS TO PANEL 

KNIGHT. BOBBY 



5/0<./e2 
S/OS/BJ 



2 2/19/R2 
2 2/26/°2 
2 2/27/92 
2 l2/0?/B2 



2/19/92 
2/13/92 
i/10/92 



ATT R56 



H 2 9/20/82 A 5 L 

h 2 2/23/B2 A 12 N 

H 2 ll/0<./a2 C 17 

H 2 3/03/32 A A , E 

H 2 './08/32 A ATT R56 



H 2 3/08/82 A 
H 2 6/13/82 



H 2 1/15/82 1 P F W66 



H 2 2/15/92 B I P P R91 
S 2 3/11/B2 D 7 P F 



H 2 4/10/82 A 21 
H 2 11/29/82 A 1 



H 2 10/31/92 D 11 
H 2 12/30/82 A 6 
H 1 lO/lS/82 9 1 



N 

N 

N 
N 
F L30 



S 2 1/21/92 C 7 N 

H 2 1/22/92 A 1 N 

H 2 1/2R/92 All N 

S 2 2/02/92 B 6 N 

H 2 2/D3/92 A 9 N 

H 2 2/23/92 A 9 N 

H 2 3/12/82 C 5 N 

H 2 */25/92 A 14 N 

H 2 <./29/82 6 7 N 

H 2 9/29/82 A 1 N 

S 2 9/29/82 C 15 N 

H 2 9/30/92 A 16 P N 

H 2 9/30/92 A 16 N 

H 2 10/05/92 A 1 N 

H 2 10/07/92 A 6 N 

H 2 10/09/82 B 5 N 



H 2 1/30/92 A A 
H 2 1/29/82 A 11 



H 2 5/25/92 A 3 
H 2 5/30/92 D A 



H 2 10/24/92 3 1 P U M71 
S 2 3/25/32 A 16 P F 



S 2 11/26/92 A 2 
H 2 U/27/32 A 10 
H 2 11/29/82 A 9 



H 2 10/02/82 A 9 P N 
S 2 10/14/32 C IPO 
H 2 10/15/82 3 1 



H 2 3/10/82 A 10 N 

S 2 10/21/82 All N 

S 2 2/09/92 A 4 L 

H 2 9/24/82 A 1 •" N L41 

S 2 8/13/82 6 1 P F JIE 

S 2 3/20/82 D 2 N 

S 2 3/13/92 B 1 P F 115 

S 2 3/20/82 2 N 

S 2 9/23/92 A 14 N 

H 2 0/21/92 A 5 L 



S 2 7/08/92 A 3 
H 2 7/09/°2 A 9 
S 2 7/19/02 A 4 



MONTHLY/* N N U * L INDEX BY NAMES 



UoXytz^ - 'l3/^,/M « ^ NAMES PAGE ITc 



1/17/93 



SSl^E ?5!SSr?hkcS°""" '" =""-°«eN'5 C^'SSIC FIELD 
OFFENSE OF SQRBV KNIGHT NOT CONVINCING 
KNIGHT: 30 SECONDS INSIGNIFICANT 

KNIGHT. CO. "3UCK" 

09ANGE SHERIFF SAYS DEPUTY'S VACATION IS POLICY, NOT POLITICS 
KNIGHT: C0U9T T9ANSP0PT DUTIES CUTTING PATROLS ''ULiriLS 

NEW QOANGE JAIL ADDITION CPEN^ 
PENDEPGRASS. "CCULLOCK HEAD FOR SECOND PRIMARY 

KNIGHT, ERIC 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

KNIGHT, HARRY 

STAY IN THE CLOSET 
CHRISTIANS NOT GULLIBLE 

KNIGHT, LECTA GOODWIN 
0'>ITUARY 

KNIGHT, LUCY 

MEDIATORS SEEK A SIMPLER HAY TO SETTLE DISPUTES 
KNIGHT, OCTAVIA OR. 

DURHAM WOMAN WINS UNC AWARD 

UNC HONORS OR. KNIGHT 

OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR 

HER DDOP AND HEART WERE OPEN 

LEADING BY EXAMPLE 

OR. KNIGHT APPOINTED TO BOARD 

30AR0 SELECTS KNIGHT 

COUCATOR JOINS WELFARE BOARD 

KNrSLAUCH, CHARLES MARTIN (LAKE WO)TH, FLA.) 

OBITUARY 

KNOTT, BRUCE 

KNOTT TIGHTENS JORDAN OB GRIP 

CAN FALCONS' KNTTT PASS, KNOTT CATCH? 

KNOTT, CHARLES FRANKLIN 

KNOTT, DURHAM ApqHITECT, DIES 
FUNERAL FOR KNOTT TO BE HELD TODAY 
THE LOSS OF TWO CITIZENS 

KNOTT, CHARLIE 

CAN FALCONS* KNOTT PASS, KNOTT CATCH? 

KNOTT, MERLE C OINA 

FIRE DESTROYS BAPTIST ROAO HOME 

WEATHER SLOWS FIREFIGHTING EF=ORTS AT HOME 
KNOWLES, BOB 

THIS COUPLE'S SECRET COULD BE FRIENDSHIP 

KNOWLES, LOUISE IMATThEWS; 

TWO WOMEN GET HELP IN BATTLING PROPOSED ROAO 

KNOWLES, T=RRY 

PUNCHING FOR REFORM 

KNOX, EOWAOD (CHARLOTTEI 

3 MAYORS ENDORSE NEW FEDERALISM 

GRADUAL TRANSFERS TO EASE 3UR:)ENS 

?^?=, nJ^J^"^ REGISTER WITH ELECTIONS BOARD 

iV.'^'-jni ■^'*"'" "'^''ES TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR IN '8* 

FILM STRONGLY INDICATES KNOX 'UNNING FOR GOV. 

KNCX. H. JACK 

GAS BILLS TO RISE <, PERCENT 

KNUOSEN, KARL E. (RALEIGHI 

?if=fru M'-b=3',J"?=?2y;'°^° ■'' 'ALEIGH SHOOTING 
Sl^-i^"s^EJ?o5s ^SnS^UJS"- '''' ^'*=^^ CONDITION 
RALEIGH POLICE IDENTIFY WOUNDF MAN 
NO CHARGES SEEN IN WAKE SHOOTING 
MAN IN RALEIGH SHOOTING DIES 

KNUOTZON. KERMIT F. OR. (CHAPEL HILLI 

OR. KNUOTZON, UNC PROFESSOR EMERITUS. DIES 
KOCH, ED 

ED KOCH AND THE HAYSEEDS 

KOEPKE, PAUL 

BLACK JALNUTS: 'AUL KOEPKE'S COME UP WITH A WAY TO EXTRACT THEIR. ..MEAT 
KOEPPEN, STEPHEN (BOHEMIA, N.Y.I 

NEW YORK MAN IS FOUND DEAD AFTER ACCIDENT 

KOGER, ROBERT 

KOGER TO PAY HACK 52, Jl'? TO INSTITUTE 

■!;l°>Jf"J "»Y HAVE PAID ■=0R COMMISSIONERS' TRIP 

UTILITIES OFFICIAL SEEKS GUIDANCE 

KOHL, JAN ELLIS 

ARTS COUNCIL NAMES ASSOCIATE IIRECTOR 
KOHL "EPLACES WiTHROw AT ARTS COUNCIL 

KOHLE, DOROTHEA 

I?' O^JOfENTS TRY TO EXPLOIT IGNORANCE 
ELECTION STILL CURRENT TOPIC 

KOLB, RANDY 

STUDENT ENJOYS GAZING AT STARS 

KOLLTCK, LILLIE MIODLETON 
0*^1 TUARY 

KO^MINSK.JRAO 



"S OF AGENTS 



KOO, HELEN P. 

CHILDLESS COUPLES E^JOY KIDS, TOO, STUDY SHOWS 

KOCNCE, GEORGE ANO GAYLE 

PARKWOOD COUPLE GET SURPRISE HOME DELIVERY 

K00NT2, Elizabeth hr. 

KOONTZ TO SPEAK AT =0UN0ER'S OAY 
KOOP, C. EVERETT 



NE 

P DATE C PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 


H J :,/19/92 a 12 
S 2 6/17/82 E 1 
S 2 6/25/!2 A 4 
H 2 10/07/92 D 5 


N 

U 019 

N M71 


H 2 <./02/O2 B 1 
H 2 6/11/R2 C 16 
S 2 6/12/92 A 14 
H 2 6/30/92 B 1 


N W36 

N "23 

N 

N W36 


H 2 4/09/82 6 


P N 


H 2 10/18/92 A 4 
H 2 ll/03/»2 A 4 


L 

L 


H 2 7/07/82 A 7 





S 2 10/15/82 3 1 


p F »i; 


S 2 5/14/92 A 1 
H 2 5/15/82 B 1 
H 2 5/16/82 D 4 
H 2 5/2'5/82 C 1 
S 2 6/01/92 A 4 
H 2 7/01/92 C 24 
S 2 7/01/82 C 1 
H 2 7/24/82 B 12 


N W35 
P N G53 

c 

P F W24 
E 
N 

N F30 
N B81 


H 2 3/04/82 A 16 





H 2 3/22/82 a 5 
S 2 a/30/82 3 7 


N C36 

F 


S 2 3/13/82 A 3 
H 2 3/14/82 C 2 
H 2 3/20/32 A 4 




E 


S 2 8/30/82 B 7 


F 


H 2 1/10/82 A 17 
S 2 1/11/82 A 3 


N M51 
N 


H 2 1/17/82 E 2 1 


» F H45 


H 2 1/05/92 A 10 


N 


H 2 7/19/32 A 4 


E 


H 1 2/02/92 3 1 N H60 
5 2 3/10/92 C 1 P N S33 
S 2 4/23/82 C 3 N 
H 2 12/06/92 A 3 N 
H 2 12/26/82 C 3 N 


S 2 2/08/82 C 1 


N S33 


H 2 11/25/82 A 20 
H 2 1 /26/?2 A 13 
H 2 11/27/82 A 10 
H 2 11/28/92 C 1 
H 2 12/03/92 C 5 
H 2 12/07/82 A 8 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 2 10/03/92 A 12 





H 2 3/05/82 A 4 


E 


H 2 2/11/92 C 1 P 


F S56 


-' 1 5/21/92 s I 


N 


^ 2 7/27/92 A 9 
H 2 3/01/92 A 7 
1 2 3/04/32 A 14 


N 
N 

N 


H 2 12/03/92 A 12 P 
; 2 12/03/92 A 13 


N W66 
N 


* 2 5/23/92 A 4 
< 2 12/08/82 A 4 


L 

L 


; 2 11/19/32 A 10 P 


F 


1 2 11/25/82 C 23 





1 2 2/21/92 9 12 
1 2 4/05/92 e 2 P 
1 2 4/06/92 9 1 
2 6/03/82 9 1 


N "71 
F M71 
U -"71 
F R66 


2 4/13/92 a 1 


N 


2 1/15/92 A 1 


N K90 


2 5/11/92 A 3 


N 



MONTHLY/ 



I N 6 « 
12/31/82 



OAGE 13 

i/w/a: 



N.C. 1E''0S SUSP5CT <00P 3F •C^ LIr ANOS !«■ 

S=N. -iIlmS OSCENOS <00(> »S -0300 SURG-EOM GEMERiL- 

N'DI GCVESN.MENT BUSINESS 



<0PC2YNSKIi DALE (CHAPEL rtlLLl 
dNC PL4YSSS FACE CHARGES 
'JNC FOOTSALL =LAYESS CHARGED 



N INJURY SUIT 



KQPCZYNSKIt JANE ICHAPEL hILLI ,^,,, 
MYGIENISTS 3ENIED RIGHTS T3 PRACTICE 

<0BN56RGt LINOA 

GALA WILL 3ENEFIT HOSPICE 

"""'^C^iBSSSIMIisk.l: KITCHEN C3«E TOGETHER 

<QRNEG»Y. GETRGE 

90G?E 3F LAMYI^R CON^I^'^EO . , , „, 

PSeSIOENT-cLECT 3F 9AR ICCUSE? OF nuSUSING =UNOS 
Li«YSR RESIGNS STATE BAR POST 

'"""^^ix-REPRlsENTATIVES TURN TO LCP3YING 

XORNEGAY, RICKY LEE 

-lEN JAILED IN R083ERY 

TmO men CHARGED IN RGBBERY 

2 ARRESTED IN DURHAM -OTEL THEFT 

KORNERj^JULES^mpNERSVILLE.^ RDUC- ES -EANT WORK FOR .ANY 

KQROSi ANN T. IRALcIGHl 
LET THE LETORS live 

"""^'pJ^IHsOr'sa?? spiritual problems FOCUS OF WRITERS 

KOSARIN. OAN^•Y 

HE WRITES THE SCNGS 

<OSc»PA.^SIJ^A.N ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ ^^^ SCOUTS 

KOTINSKY. BAPRY^L.^^^^ PROFS' TRADE REPORT 
DUKE AUTHOR DEFENDS NiS INFOR-ATION 

KDURY, EPNFST (BURLINGTON) ,,,^, 

BURLINGTON CHANGES ASSESS-ENT POLICIES 

tOURY, MARIE (ALAMANCE CO. I . , ,_ ..,„ 
CHOKING CLUB SHARES TALENT WITH COUNTY 

*°"'^^ClfY'^CRDINAMC? ON POOL HALLS TOO COMPLICATEO. JUDGE SAYS 



JUDGE'RULES POOL HALL NOT TOO CLDSE TO CHURCH 
DUO 'INCOMPARABLE' AT STEPHEN'S 



KRAL. ''OY 

■SECRET 



S 
E E 

D DATE C PG 

2 3/15/82 A 11 

2 3/17/32 A ■> 

2 11/14/82 A 



S 2 10/20/B2 A t 
H 2 lD/21/82 5 I 



H 2 9/26/82 D <. L 
H 2 11/21/R2 E 6 P N 
u 2 a/06/32 5 2 » = H45 



H 2 10/l3/'"2 5 5 
H 2 1D/1A/S2 B 2 
H 2 10/15/32 A 6 



H 2 9/05/82 A 11 



M 2 11/02/82 A 2 
H 2 ll/08/=2 3 I 
S 2 11/03/S2 A 3 



EYPERT SAYS FOREIGN AID HAS LONG-RANGE BENEFIT- 

KRANGO. Ou-ENICK 3UTCM _ ,,.,,.,, 

ci-CHERPY POINT MARINE GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

KRANITZ, MARK (PEJLANDl 

OLD IVOPY. GEM STONES HELP ■'A<E GCLO award 

<R'=PS. juaMTa 

SAVINGS 30ND KICKOFF ''EAL SET JAN. 15 

"S. ^a^PS SAYS 30ND SALES WILL HO ECONOMIC RECOVERY 

AUTO. HOUSING MARKETS KEEPING RECOVERY SLDw 

JUANITA K5= = S »INS CI'^IZENS AWARD 

<BFPS. STICHT RECEIVE CITIZENS CITATIONS 

KRE'S SAYS =UDGET LAG HURTS El ONOMY 

<o = pc [<: NAMED TQ B'^ARD 

MRS. KREPS: ECONOMIC POLICIES OF ADMINISTRATION HAVE FAILED 

^■'IxlcONGPESS^AN: POLITICS ATTRACTS 2N0 OR 3R0 TEAM 

"RIGMAN, SARAH 3. (CHAPEL HILL» 

OURHA". CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS WIN GRANTS 
16 STUDENTS WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

KRODEL. GERHARD na, 

AMEaiCAf:S SEEK ANCIENT ARCHIVES 

KRCLUOwSKI. WLGPZIMIEOZ 

POLISH REFUGEES PPAISS U.S. 

KRON. JULIA (ROCKY MOUNT! 

RCCi?T MOUNT MAYOR EXPECTS 2N0 DISTRICT RUN-OFF 

KRYNSKI. ELIZABETH 

DEPRESSING NEWS 

WRYNSKI, MAGNU| J;^ CALLS FO' AID TO P"L!SM WORKERS 

ponpcss^R S = = KS TO KEEP POLIS-l CAUSE ALIVE IN U.S. 

KPY'ISKI: MAoflAL LAW THRE»TENS POLAND'S ARTS 

2 FLAGS FOR FREFOCM 

N.C." LOPiYIST FOR SOLIDARITY 

iPIEF OVER SOLIDARITY PRE-ATU3E, KRYNSKI SAYS 

KR2YZFWSKI. MTKE 

CrACH < LOOKS UP AS DUKE HITS BOTTOM ,„,.,. 

A LOOK AT BOOKS: LEADING CITIZENS LIST FAVORITES 
K»ZYZEwSKl REPORTS RECORDER S'OLEN 
K'ZYZEwSKI IS ENCOURAGED 

FAJLY^DETFcJl^NrLONG TRIPS BEHflO DUKE RECRUITING 

5u^rli?S?''c3N|lSTiNCY"*?Y PLAYING WlTH'tN ITS LI-ITATIONS 

s'taTE^CHa1e'=nC0U';T=RS OUKE: 'OLFPaCK'S l^-* record NEEDS dEEFING jp... 

UNC FANS. ITS COACH NOT SO PE'FECT 

DU<= HOPES HOME FINSLE -TAYLO'-MAOE' _ 

3Fsf OF LUCK TO CURTIS -UNTER: WENJEL. JAX HAVING FINE YEAR 

fH= JPPPR C'UST... SECOND DIVISION HOPEFULS 

ALSO-RANS SEEKING HELP ,, , 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG FOR DUKE 'ECRUI'^ING 

SIGNING DAY 3RINGS VALVANO PRIZE 



N 



H 2 1/10/82 C 1 ' U L5T 

H 2 8/29/82 D <• L 

H 2 7/17/32 AON 

S 2 3/25/P2 D 1 P F 115 

S 2 4/27/82 B I P N J06 



H 2 7/1S/S2 C 6 N 
S 2 7/16/32 A 3 N 



H 1 12/11/82 3 1 N 

H 2 12/23/82 C I P F S56 



H 2 9/09/82 3 1 N 851 
S 2 9/09/82 C 3 N 



H 2 5/l<./82 D 7 p R S66 

H 2 13/10/82 IP? W6S 

S 2 2/17/82 A 2 N 

H 2 7/09/82 3 2 P N Hi,5 



H 2 1/09/82 A 13 P N 

H 2 1/19/82 3 1 P N F78 

S 2 1/19/82 3 1 P N 533 

H 2 3/13/32 B ION 

S 2 3/13/82 AID N 

S 2 5/31/82 C 3 'J 

S 1 6/ll/"2 C 1 N 

H 2 7/20/82 A 9 N 



H 2 2/23/82 A 



H 2 4/22/82 3 1 
S 2 4/22/82 A 17 



H 2 7/13/82 A 1 = = A20 

S 2 b/24/<'2 A 15 N 

H 2 4/08/82 5 1 N G53 

H 2 3/30/82 A ■= L 



s 


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1/14/P2 


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2 


1/14/82 


c 




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R6& 


M 


2 


1/15/12 


c 






N 


071 


H 


2 


1/19/82 






P 


F 


•"71 


H 


2 


1/25/82 


3 






U 


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M 


2 


l/26/=2 


5 






c 


S91 


s 


2 


1/26/12 


c 







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3 






N 


S91 


H 


^ 


2/21/82 


B 






L 




H 


2 


2/24/82 


C 




D 


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H 


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2/28/P2 


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H 


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3/18/82 


D 






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"71 


s 


2 


4/15/82 


3 






J 


=25 



M0NTHLY/4NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/32 - 12/31/92 



F?UR 'ASKETEALL COACHES IN CHILDREN'S CLASSIC FIELD 

DUKE COACH FINOS RECRUITING TTIuCH 

LITTLE "AN LOOMS LARGER IN FACE OF THREE-POINTER 

NE»V ACC RULES MADE To ORDER F:) R ENGELLAND 

OTHERS CITE C0U1AGE OF SCHOOL'S DECISION 

BASKETBALL COACHES JILL TEACH COURSES 

KRZVZF^SKI "ICTUSES POSITIVE 3FFECTS FROM BLUE DEVILS' CROP OF FRESHMEN 

BLUE DEVILS SIGN T-cqctER 

FOESH START JITH FROSH 

PATIENTLY OPTIMISTIC 

GREAT EKPFCTATIDNS 

OUKF POLTS EARLY> COASTS TO VICTOPY OVER APPALACHIAN 

INEYPERIENCE, NOT SURpR I S INGLY t REMAINS BANE OF BLUE DEVILS 

LESSONS: DEVILS LEARNING FAST. BUT CAVS TOUGH TEST 

DUKE'S WAP NOT OvFR 

OUKF 'FAR AHEAD' OF LAST YEAR 

DUKE'S DAUKINS GETS GREEN LIGHT 

ACC'S YOUTH LOOKING UP 

K^ZYZEWSKI USES LAYOFF TO EVALUATE BLUE OSVILS 

NEX HAMPSHIRE TIPS OFF DUKE'S 'SECOND SEASON' 

DUKE WHIPS WILDCATS ON TORRID SECOND HALF 

KUCHARSKI, RICH 

PROBE SPARKED BY ALLEGATIONS OF HOG-TYING 

KUHN. DENNIS FR. IHENDERSONVILLEI 

HENOERSDNVILLE PRIEST A RARITY 

KULIKt JANET 

PUPPETS: NEARLY 2.000 CHILDREN WILL SEE SHOW 

KULKSI. WLADYSLAW 

FEW POLICY CHANGES EXPECTED AFTER SOVIET LEADER'S DEATH 

KUMANYIKA, MAKAZA 

ACTIVISTS AIO URBAN, RURAL POOR 

KUNIHOLM. ELIZABETH F. 
EXTRAORDINARY TREE 

KUNTJ, RON 

CRUSADE: SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER FIRES AWAY IN PRISON 

KUPCHAK. MITCH 

KUPCHAK NAMED IN PATERNITY SUIT 
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING 

KUPERSMIDT. JANIS 

POJP WRITING ON EL SALVADOR 

KUPPFR. LAWRENCE L. DR. 
UNC PROF WINS GRANT 

KURALT. Charles 

FILM ABOUT N.C. FEATURES GRIFFITH, KURALT, SYMPHONY 

KURALT TO MODERATE UNC PROGRA-" 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

T>R HEEL SPLENDOR 

KURYLO, WILLIAM ICHAPEL HILL) 
OJITUARY 

KUSTFR, THOMAS T. (RALEIGH FIRE CHIEF) 
RALEIGH PICKS NEW FIRE CHIEF 

KUSY. PO°ERT OR. 

DENTIST PREDICTS FILLING SHORTAGE 

KUVIN. NEIL 

I'-'GBA" RAPS OURHAM LIFE FOR NOT TELEVISING SHOW 
MANAGER QUITS AT CHANNEL 28 
KUVIN RESIGNS TELEVISION JOB 

KUYKSNOALL. JOHN WAYNE lASHEVILLEl 

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DIES IN DITCH CAVE-IN 

KWILECKI. PAUL 

BHOK SIGNING SET SATURDAY 

KYLE. HELENA (CHAPEL HILL) 

CHAPEL HILL WPMAN WINS SERVICE AWARD 
CHAPEL HILL WOMAN GETS NATIDI«L SERVICE AWARD 
CE^iBMONY HONORS THOSE WHO GIVE OF THEMSELVES 
KYLE HONOR WELL-OESERVEC 

KYOIAKAKIS. JA"ES » EV . 

REMARK NOT OFFENSIVE 

KYSE', KAY (CHAPEL HILL) 

UNC E"PLOYEES DISCIPLINED FOR JOB AT KAY KYSER'S HOME 
EX-PANOLEADER LECTURES IN CHU' CH 

LABARRE. DAVID 

JUDGE, COURT CLERK SE=K RE-ELSCTION 

CARP, LABARPE FILE FOR RE-ELE:TI0N 

JUDGE: LOWE' "AIL TO EASE CROWDING 

DA CA'IDIOATES LEAD IN SPENOINS FOP COUNTY RACES 

LA90NTE, TERtY 

WALTRIP'S FIRST: LA30NTE PROTEST GAINS SECOND 

LABONTE LOSES STACY BACKING 

WINNING THE NAME OF NASCAR GAME 

S-'OLDERING FEUD MIGHT SPARK BLAZE FDR SOUTHERN ?00 

LACEWELL, JAMES A. 

BLACKS MOST HURT PY ECONOMY 

LACD. PAUL GREEN 
O'lITUARY 

LAOO. TAMARA OA«N 

DEPIJTIES ARE PROBING WOMAN'S <IDNAPPING 

LADRIE. CAROL JUDITH 
OPITUARY 

LAIOLAW. GREG (ANDERSON. S.C.) 
KILLED IN FILL 
RANGER WARNS OF FALLS DANGERS 

LAKE, I. BEVERLY. JR. 

N.C. 'JEPUPLICAN PARTY. CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ANIMOSITY CRITICIZED 

LAKER. FREDDIE SIR 

SIR FREOOIE FOLDS WINGS 
PRIDE AND GENEROSITY 



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S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
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H 2 
H 2 


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5/n/92 S 

5/20/B2 D 

5/20/82 

7/30/12 C 

<)/0''/92 

10/16/R2 E 

11/11/92 C 

11/17/92 D 

11/17/92 

11/13/92 3 

11/30/32 a 

12/07/92 C 

12/07/92 C 

12/14/92 3 

12/14/92 D 

12/15/92 B 

12/29/92 i 

12/23/82 9 

2/2'?/92 3 

12/30/92 D 


12 


N 

P U F25 

P F M7 1 

P U DIB 
N 071 

P I 

F M71 
N C52 

P F M71 

P F 

IJ 019 

P N C52 
N M71 

P U F25 
U 071 
N F29 
U 018 
U "71 
N P55 
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P N C52 






H 2 


l/n/82 A 


13 


N 






S 2 


11/06/92 A 


6 


N 






H 2 


1/12/82 A 


9 


P N 






S 2 


11/11/82 A 


1 


N EOS 






5 2 


9/22/92 C 


15 


N 






H 2 


1/21/82 A 


4 


L 






H 2 


8/21/92 A 


13 


P F A20 






S 2 
H 2 


2/12/82 A 
12/03/82 C 


2 
1 


N 

U M71 






H 2 


6/19/82 A 


4 


L 






S 2 


3/3D/82 A 


5 


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H 2 
? 2 
H 2 
S 2 


4/26/82 A 
5/12/92 C 
5/I'./82 
9/16/82 A 


8 
5 
6 
4 


N 
N 

p 
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H 2 


6/26/92 C 


5 









H 1 


12/23/92 B 


1 


N 






H 2 


1/15/82 3 


5 


N 






H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


<./19/92 3 
7/13/92 A 
7/13/92 A 


1 

q 

10 


N 

N 
N 






S 2 


'2/22/92 C 


6 


N 






H 2 


2/26/82 A 


13 


N 






H ? 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


7/20/92 B 
7/21/92 A 
7/22/82 5 
7/3D/82 » 


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4 
4 


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N 

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5/22/82 A 


4 


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S 2 


10/29/92 B 
12/02/92 C 


4 

3 


N 
P N 






H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 


1/19/92 3 
1/19/P2 3 
2/26/82 C 
6/23/92 A 


1 

1 

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14 


P N 

P N U57 
N 951 






H 2 
H ? 
H 2 
H 2 


4/19/82 B 
6/19/92 C 
4/20/82 3 
9/06/92 3 


2 
3 
7 
2 


N S91 
N 

N 591 
P N S91 






H 2 


9/09/82 A 


5 


L 






H 2 


4/29/92 A 


18 









S 2 


3/23/92 3 


1 


N U5 7 






H 2 


6/19/92 C 


4 









H 2 
S 2 


4/06/P2 S 
4/06/92 A 


5 
6 


N 

N 






H 2 


12AD9/92 A 


9 


N 






H ? 
H 2 


2/09/92 A 
2/16/82 A 


4 
4 


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INDEX 
- 12/31/92 



P 



DATE 



04GE 192 
1/17/93 



OG L P =rL 



W^ONG <AY TT 'EACF IN MIDEAST 

'"*''■ LA^i'^M'^SORED 3Y C3LLEGIATE MAT ClACHES 

'"*''*'sULl!''^=R0A0C1STc? HIRED FOR 'ETS' Games 
LEMAR-S RISE TO METS- JOB EJRLT SUR-^ISE 
LIFE WITH THE METS? LAHAR L'.K.= % IT 

LAMB. JACK 

auT10"R MOTES 

LAf-fl. JAMES C. irHAPEL MILL) 

FLEXIBLE 5Ta:<daS0S ARE URGcD 

LAMB. JIM INP WILL (CHAPEL HILL) 
CHAPEL HILL SAILORS xIN 

t»-B. ^T„OMA|^-ADE^DR.^. CHAPEL ^HILL,^^^ DEATH SUITS 

LambfrT, JOHN R. JR- DR. IRALEIGH) 
UNTIMELY GENEROSITY 

LAMBERT, REGINALD 

MAN CHARGED "ITH ASSAULT 

LA"BERTh, =a»ERT HENRY 
D5ITUARY 

LAMBFTH. CARTER (WILMINGTON) 

5 NOMINATED FOR JUDGESHIPS 

LAMBETH. RCGER (REIOSVILLE) , , 

RUNAMAY ARRESTED 9UT CASH MISSING 

LAMM. MfiPIE 

VOLUNTEER FINDS JOY IN mER JOP 

LAMH. SUSAN (MiLSON) 

TWO CANDIDATES TO APPEAR 

THE SHOESTRING CANDIDATE 

T^c LAMM SLTE'NATIvE , , , 

ANOTmER CANDIDATE VIES ^OR HOJSE SEAT 

L'BFRTAFIAN RELIES 3N HONESTY 

SINCERE. ''UT UNSEASONED 

CANOIATES "y^GCVERNMEnVmuST CUT SPENDING AND TAXES 

2ND DISTRIC-' CANDIDATES MEET AT R0X90R0 FORUM 

THE DRAFT 3EGAN EARLY 

•WFAKNE^SES ARE MY DnN' — CANDIDATE 

F"CUS ON THE ISSUES 

MARTN. VALENTINF 3RUSH AT FORJM 

CHNGRESSI^^NAL CANOI^ATES ENDORSE NUCLEAR REDUCTION 

NORMJL POLITICS TURNS MURKY IN 2NC DISTRICT 

5" = NT?N-E'^ = NT'?S'i.^:':o3sEpDEMO BEATS CO«EY. EFFORT FOP WRITE-,. 
DURHAM CONGRESS VOTE 

LAMONOF, LARRY 

BULLS BAFFLED BY KMJCKLER 

LAHONT. JOHN JOSEPH (CHAPEL HILL) 
33ITUARY 

LAMPOECmT, VIRGINIA 

INSENSITIVE PRACTICE 

LANCASTFR. JOHN (CALEDONIA PRISON JUAROI 

5<ULL. =0'1£S OF GUARD SAID FOJNtl IN PIT 
SKELETON IS FOUND IN HALIFAX 

LANCASTER. _^MARTIN_^^RE?.|^. ^^^^. ^ ,„caME-E ARN ING PROPERTY 

LANO« PUFUS 

NC.iB SUES FOR"E' OFFICIAL 

LANDERS. ANN , , 

DEAR ANN LANDERS: STOP LYING 

R=CYCLED°CAof?aNS:°'^'. .DEDICATED TO ANN LANDERS (CARTOON) 

OH DEAR. A3BY. TOO 

RERUNS? YOU HAVE'.'T SEEN ANYT^ING YET 

LANDING. FRANK 

FOLKS APOUNO MPRg: THE WAV THINGS ARE . , 

A CHINA WATCHER: FRANK LANDING WANTS U.S. TO STAND BY TAIWAN 

"-"'^•j5ry"?"'3uIItions"(DRCE -ISTRIal in week-long duke ASSAULT CASE 
BLACK URGED FOR COURT SEAT 

LAf'E. OwIGHT WINSTON 

PAROLE BARGAIN NOT KEPT 

LAME. LAURA ASHLEY ( H ILLSdORCUGHI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

LA^'F. LINDA 

' TEACHERS HELP CHILDREN at DUK' HOSPITAL 

LANE. M43Y TURNER 3R. 

WOMEN'S CEi^TFR IS J]INT EFFORT OF UNC C DUKE 

LANE. "ILTON 

GARDENER'S SATISFACTION SHOWS 

LANE. SARAH 

PAROLE "ARGAIN •lO'' <EPT 

LANE. TrtOMAS -TOM" 

SERVICE MAY EXTEND TO AfULTS 

MFNTAL HEALTH LOSING 5100.000 

HELPLINE LIKE ALL-VOLUNTEER C^ I SI S SiPVIC E 

EDUCATION ,Cw TOP ROLE AT MEN'AL HEALTH CENTER 

LINKING OF PROGRAMS EYED 

LANEY, DAVE (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

LANG. DICK 



H 2 4/01/92 A A L 
H J 10/l''/ = 2 3 3 N 



H 2 1/05/92 = 3 ' N 

H 2 1/10/52 3 11 N "71 

S 2 5/12/92 1 ' F R6,6 



H 2 1/03/92 3 12 N 

H 2 11/12/92 C <• N 

S 2 3/10/92 = 2 N 

H 2 2/17/82 C 6 N G53 

H 2 6/05/92 A 4 L 

H 2 10/04/92 A 11 N 

H 2 4/10/92 9 10 

H 1 5/22/92 3 1 N 

H 2 1/20/32 A t N 

H 2 Il/0')/02 A 7 N 



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9/2'/92 


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9/29/92 


A 


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10/04/92 


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10/05/B2 


A 


1 




N 


S83 


7 


10/06/32 


9 


1 




N 


L30 


7 


10/11/92 


A 


4 








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10/11/92 


A 


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381 


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H 2 6/24/92 1 N M71 

H 2 2/23/92 3 9 

H 2 3/12/92 A ■= L 



S 2 2/19/92 A 7 N 
H 1 2/20/92 3 1 N 



H 2 6/08/B2 9 14 o N G53 



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H 2 6/20/82 C 1 U H49 



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H 2 5/02/92 £ 14 ' F G7e 

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S 2 10/29/92 C I N M23 

S 2 11/29/92 CI N "23 

S 2 12/06/92 C 1 N M2J 

H 2 12/17/82 3 6 N 991 



H 2 8/07/82 9 6 



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LAMGSTCN, CHARLES M09L6 (CEDAR GROVE) 
OBITUARY 

LANIER, "ONROE JR. (CARRBORQI 
FIRE DESTROYS HOME 

LANIER, NANCY MERNOON (RALEIGHI 
OBITUARY 



LANNING, RICWARO EGGLESTON 

OBITUARY 

LA'ISIlG. ELIZABETH (SANFOROI 
ABOPTIO*! DOGMA 



LASHLEY, SUSAN 

GUTHRIE FOR COURT CLERK 

LASKEY. JOHN W. 

3 NAMED TO 9I0L0GY DIVISION PD ST3 

LASKY, SAM (CEDAR GRQVEJ 
OSITUARY 



2 2/25/?2 A 16 

D ? N 



N.C. CIVITANS PLAN "EETING IN DURHAM 
LANG, ELLEN 

SONG?'!!?'^ ?,«J, = '<''E""eNT BRHGS SOPRANO TO DURHAM H 2 9/17/92 

INFORMANCE HITS HIGH 'lOTE ? I 2<II<H ' 7 ? F ,(66 

ELLEN LANG SPIGS PR>ISES DF S-NG ^ | \°/Al'/Vi D 3 P K,D 

LANGFELDER, JAY L. 

REC'EATIONAL FACILITIES 3EING PLANNED FOR LAKES S 2 3/26/92 CI N S83 

LANGFG^D, HAPPFR GREEN 

OBITUARY 



LANGLEY, ANGELA 

SHE PLUNGED INTO CAMPUS LIFE IT MCCU H 2 



2 5/22/92 3 5 
12/16/92 e 1 



LANGLEY, CHARLES P. Ill DR. (ASHEVILLEI 

TRIAL BEGINS IN t2 MILLION MALPRACTICE SUIT u , ,/-,-!/ = , . ,= 

PSTHOLOGISTS ''EING SUED ? ? ^-^^wS? ? '5 



S 2 3/03/92 

H 2 7/30/82 A 12 o 

S 2 2/12/82 C 1 N 

H 2 11/17/82 7 



'^'"l^XrErfa^^iJirRlcV^^ challenge in Washington s 2 11/O6/82 a 1 p f 

i £ ll/OB/'iZ C I N 

H 2 <./29/82 A 18 

H 2 */lD/82 A 4 l 



LARKINS, JOHN (JUDGE) 

JUDGE RECESSES TOBACCO HEARrtS „ , ■■,, = ,0, „ , 

JUDGE LARKINS IS HOSPITALIZED JJ { iljUjH g [ ^ 

LARSEN, JACK LENOR 

N.C. STATE GALLERY CELEBRATES TEXTILE INNOVATOR H 2 <,/09/92 C 5 N 

LARSEN, PETER A. 

•SOAK THE TAXPAYER' „ , .,,,,., 

H 2 6/23/92 A A L 
LARSON, ARTHUR OR. 

LIGGETT SUI' DESCRIBED AS BIG AGE-BIAS CASE „ j ,/2g,,j ^ 1 N L<.1 

LAPUE. LASH 

LASH VISITS VETERANS 



LASCALETTE, ?ILL 

ACE MEASURES 273 YA^OS ON OCCDNEECHEE • S SIXTH H 2 6/20/92 B 7 

LASH, PAUL AND CHRISTINE 

HAIP DESIGN STUDIO OPENS 



S 2 5/D3/92 C 3 P P C56 
P07 



2 12/13/82 A 12 N 

2 6/27/92 D 6 L 

2 <./17/82 A 20 P N 

2 3/1A/92 C 2 



LA5L0, NANCY 

MEDICARE JO.M.T cur NEED FOR HOSPICE BACKING S 2 9/27/R2 C 1 N =05 

LASSTTFH. BILLY JACK 

QUICK TURN FOILS ROBBERY 

DUSHAM STORE MANAGER FOILS ROBBERY S | KII^S? ? 1 ^ 

i£ 1/^^/32 A 9 N 

LASSITFR. =LOYD AND JUANITA 

TRINITY PARK GROUP SEEKS RULING ON CITY PRnrpniloec r , .. .,,, 

30ARD SUPPORTS CITY ACTION P'^OCEDURES S 2 ll/23/"2 a 1 N K90 

TRINITY PARK GROUP FILES SUIT AGAINST CITY i i JH2'*/92 C I N K90 

COURT GETS TRINITY pIrk oiRidE FLAP ^"^ I | WAV/Vz B 1 N "" 

LASSITER, FREO 
OBITUARY 

H 2 11/03/92 3 7 

LASSITER, ISAIAH MALLIE (CHAPEL HILL) 

8S^?5U;''^ "'" ^'^^" "* ■''^-' H J 3/07/92 A 9 N 

MaN FACES CHARGES IN fatal 'JRFCK ? I 3/39/92 B 7 

PITTSBORO MAN CHARGED IN FATAL AUTOMOBILE CRASH S | 3/ol/92 All - 

LASSIT=R. SHIRON LFE (UNCI 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE »RREST STLTENTS ON ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 

LASSITER, SHEILA (BURLINGTON) 

THIS SLAMANCE COOK IS ONE THEY CALL ON 

LASSITER, TALMADGE 



N 

2 9/1A/92 A 5 N 

2 9/30/92 C 1 P F S56 



A LOOK AT 300KS: LEADING CITIZENS LIST FAVnRrTFC ^ , 



CARE URGED IN PSO INTFRVIFtaS ^ ^ 2/13/92 A 11 P P R91 

MEMO JRGES CAUTION TN INTERVIEWS WITH NRr ^ ^ 3/J1/92 C 1 N U57 

COMMISSIONERS OK GUN LOCK-UP POLICY " ^ i/OZ/'Z e I N 

P'G MEMO NO GAG JROFR " 2 3/02/92 3 1 N 931 

PANEL TO 'ECEIVF WRECKER REPO'T I I 3/05/82 4 A E 

CITY STUDYING TREE LAW'S 'DST 5 2 <,/13/82 C I N K90 

PSO TRAINING RIGOROUS, THOROUGH 5 ? */lA/n2 C 1 N K90 

LASSITER :!EBurs ED WARDS ON SC4 NDAL ^ 2 4/16/92 A A L 

A CHANGE OF SHERIFFS ^LaNJAL „ , f,/j^2/3Z 3 1 N 151 

CIVIC CENTER WON'T FOSTER CR Ti F ^ 2 6/25/92 A A L 

OFFICERS EXCHANGE S WI RES ON 0= P"TY SELLING UFiOniu f S 4/26/32 A 4 L 

JMLE» INCIDENT SPAoisVoNFLI-T 3FTWEFN PQL?rF ^UFPIFF.t =t,fc ^ I 7/14/92 3 I N J57 

TIMING OF JAILER'S SRR ES T QUE= T I DNED '^^'-'<-E, SHERIFF'S STAFF H ' T/l";/!"? 4 1 N 454 

CITY "ANAGEP DEFENDS JAI(.FRPOOP£ " 2 7/l'/92 A 1 N 454 

CITY OFFICIALS DENY 0EAl',5iTH DETECTIVE ? j' VA^^^I A 1 N Ho 

LASSITER, Thomas 

NEWSMEN HCNORFD 

3 JOURNALISTS NAMED TO UNC "ALL ,1F EAUP ^ ^ 3/31/92 C 9 N 

JOURNALISM HALL OF^pi-E Tips 3 ^ ^ 11 f J'^'^HIf ? 5 "* 



LASSITER, WILLIAM 



2 4/23/92 



MONTHLY/* NN U ; L I '^ 3,E » ^ ^ N A H E S ' wW/l'i 



1/01/82 - 12/31/^2 



lIhyIp Si'S JUDGE CiLLE-; 5ECESS TO CLEiR COURTROOM 

N.C.»AS=OLL OPPOSES CAMERAS IN COUR-'ROO-S 

LAivER: MIOH COURT RuLI^G ON '■E:iIA WON'T IFCECT N.C 

'chapl^s'oayc'-SmoSg e^nal =our for nccu chancellor 
law scnool ?ein on list for nccu chancellorship 



S I T 

E ELY 

OATE C PG L P 9YL 



CtOSEO-OOgR COURT HEARING CALL |0 ILLEGAL ^^„„,.„ 5 | yo^^ » j| 



2 i/03/82 _ 
S 2 6/24/32 A 12 



l-»5S!TER. HRIGHT^L.__JR. ORj., ^„„^ ^„„ „^^„ rHANCELLDR H | 13/1|/|| J ' ;| 

LAS2La.^JOHN^,0R. ^^^^^,^ COMPLEMENTARY. NOT COMPETITIVE H 2 './15/B2 A 3 N 

^'^"°°m:;/?S^.-,;a;TegIp1'?K.hT WITH TRANSPLANT " 2 U/»/« ' ' " 

^''"'?s^;^rtNSu^Tiykp3gerT"JYEo « ^ ^^^^ ^ " " -" 

^'^'15jE^§;-:iAgES ARCHITECT-. HOME " ^ ^''^^^ ' ' "^ 

^'''°¥lRil"0UKE DIVERS SUFFER MIL D TRE-ORS " | 10/°|^i| ? i p ^i 2|i 

OIVERS AT OUKE 9EGIN 'OESCENT" „„,„, „„ , „ H I 9/29/32 A 1 p N 330 

OUKE OIVERS SEALED OFF FROM HNDLUB96RS wORLD ^ 2 J/^|^»| | J p ^ „j, 

OIVERS EMERGE AFTER 3^ PAYS ^„,.,„,„t . S 2 u/06/82 A 3 » F M23 

DUKE nivERS -PULON'T REPEAT cYPERIMENT ^ ^ 11/IA/q? r 1 N 

OIVERWHO SUFFERED AILMENT IS lOENTIFIEO » 2 11/14/82 C 1 

"-"'^'sOCIAl'^ECURI-y CHANGES CHALLENGE PUBLIC TO GREATER AWARENESS S 2 9/2A/82 8 1 P N J06 

LATTA, DANIEL (HELMUTH, N.Y.I „ , 1/06/32 A 11 

OBITUARY 

LATTA, DOUGLAS , , .„,, $ 2 12/1T/82 C 1 N 

MAN FACES 3REAK-IN CHARGE 

LATTA, ESTELLE COTHRAN H 2 4/23/82 B 5 

HOPKINS FORTUNE CLAIMANT DIES 

LATTA, JAMES ERNEST H 2 6/l''/82 C 4 

0»ITUARY H 2 6/20/82 C 2 

OBITUARY 

LATTA, LUCY HALL MANGU" ( H ILL SBOOQJ GH ) „ j 12/23/32 A 4 L 

TRIPUTE TO C. M. ALLEN 

LATTA, MELVIN THOMAS I HILLS30R0UGH1 „ 2 U/14/B2 C 4 
OBITUARY 

'-"'"L??TiySR'E''lAYS CENTRAL CAN'T LET DOWN BECAUSE OF SUCCESS H | 10/02/|2 I ^l ' ^ 

EYPERIEHCSD EAGLES EYE SUPERIOR SEASON » \ %',\y,\\ 3 l » N 

AIR TIME 3IVES EAGLES INCENTIVE | | 10/01/82 1 p F P55 

!IS^I!L-r2;5ir?l?XMPH displeasing for LATTIMORE ^ 2 10/03/82 ^ J ^ :] p,, 

iA'Stls-'tMolT'-'iS 5I^8LEM IN OEFEAT. LATTIMORE SAYS « ^ WAVA'z ° 1 = N P55 

c'l??R\L^rf?TL'E C^^isfslMOLE: VICTORY, OR ELSE H 2 ll/04/=2 D I » U =66 

NCCU, SMITH PLAY =0" DIVISION TITLE, __ p | ii/n7/82 = S P U -Tl 

NCCU 1EFENSE. REFS LEAVE SMI T-. SMOKING ^ | W'/W'/H .r> 4 N B66 

C=NTRAL SEEKING MOMENTUM, RAN<ING 2 | ll/ll/i| 3 1 1. F =55 

CENTRAL'S UTTI-O'E GETS JOS DONE = f {[/ij/pf c 1 U -71 

^k^^I-iprMA-mjF FEW SURPRISES FOR UNION H 2 U/20/82 B 2 p N 866 

'-'""5ocfoRiTUO?ES STERILIZATION WITHOUT SURGERY H 2 6/02/32 3 1 N 

^*""-¥rao1^iSn updated: LAUREN INTERPRETS STYLE \ \ \ni',l\ % \ ' I \\\ 

llll.TiZW^^'A^'^l^.lir^'y^l-^ i^^^"".„F,R ,,VES I / V" I I 'I "•' 

TMFY FCFL LIKE THEY'VE °EEN MARPIED ALL THEIR LIVES H z i/d!/^ « 2 P F 330 

TALL -OPEL: OUKE STUDENT HAS -OOELING GOAL " ' 5/14/. 2 3 d 

LAURENCE, BARBARA c , ?/n?/P2 A 5 N 

POLICE PROBE 2 1URHAH ROBBERIES 5 2 2/02/8i 

LAVOY, TERES* (ROXPOROl ,.,,„^ u 1 in/70/P2 3 1 F L30 

S»lLc PFOGR»M OFFERS CLASSES =0R YOUNGSTERS " ' 10/<:J/ <: 3 

'-*'" ifEv'^E'^S.^-rsUCCESS " 2 5'°'/°^ ' " ^ 

'■*'""§lNS?0ii IPTIMISTIC AFTER TAL<S 2 I ^/'^^^'l c' ' I P N 

ROYALL, GREEN ON ERA 'HIT LIST' " ^ y.-ij.i,^ a , ^ 533 

ROYaCl DOESN'T UNDERSTAND ERA OPPOSITION | \ \%\'i ^\ I \ i^ 

NOW 'HIT' LIST Puzzles n.c. e= a supporters 2 7 t/da/o' a 8 n 

■oipty'dozen' ■'Omination draws FIFE fpom lawing h I ^^J^/sj ; 1! ^ 

WHMFN «AN'- 50YALL. LAWING OFF 'HIT LIST' " | q/03/"2 A 4 E 

TAii^rssriJ! :.r-io"Tj%^2riiNATE =osts « ? >^/?''=' ^ ^ ^ ^ 

^"»-?i!JouS°lMaS' AND 'OUIET LOUIS'. 'EACH SUPER BOWL S 2 1/21/82 C 3 J F ^1, 

CHALLENGE: STILL, 'FAMOUS AMOS' WENT for IT Hi 3/id/,£ 

LAWRE'iCE, CHARLIE H 2 5/16/82 C 4 
3BIYUARY 

LAWRE'ICE, CYPUS , ,. ,,,„,.., r.^ S 2 10/06/82 3 2 P U 018 

2!K^!kl'- iTA^^^^lVV^'lill'^ " ^ ^°'°-'" = 1 = = C52 

'-"""',lil5R?ipis SUCciss'sTORY-"""-" *"-"' ^ 2 3/07/92 A 4 F 

^^-«^?S1jATi=S" U"M5srS'ECC§2?rD' 5 ^ l^'2l/" ^ '^ ^ 

^^■-"^::£|^ 1""?US 8EraMES HUMAN - 2 1'"'^" ' ' ^ 

LAWRFNCF, SHFRYL ANN ICHARLOTTEt ™ ,« H 7 5/23/92 A 12 N 

S.CI OFFICIAL'S SON CHARGED IM DRUG RAID " ' 2/23/. <: A li 

LAWRENCE, w. L. iJPPUTY |HERIFF) „ 2 12/15/82 C 5 N A54 

LEAFY PROMOTES THREE DEPUTIES 5 2 12/15/P2 C 15 N 

3 DEPUTIES PECEIVE PROMOTIONS ^ '■ '•""' 

LAWS, AOELENF H 2 2/28/82 C 2 
OBITUARY 



1^^ 



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1/01/82 



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12/31/82 



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LAWS. DUNNE W. 

EPA APPOINTS MANAGED OF CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICE 

LAWSON. CLARA W. 

CITY SCHOOLS STUDY SCHOOL LUN; H PRICES 
SCHOOLS OFFES CHOIC;S IM FOOD SFLECTION 

LAWSON, EVA XAE (3ISH0PI 

MAN GETS TM LIFE TERMS 

LAWSC^'J. FRFOERIC* DOUGLAS 

TROOPER'S GUN WRESTED AWAY 

LAWSON. KENNETH R. lASHEVILLE) 

30AR0 TRIES TO RESTRICT RENTING OF SPARE ROOMS 

LAWSON. MICHAEL L. 

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

LAWTON. JIMMY 

ROCKETS AWAY 

LAWTON. MICHAEL LEWIS IRALEIGHI 
LEE ACCIDENTS KILL 2 MEN 

LAYTON. JAMES P. REV. 

MISSION WILL OPEN JUNE I 

LAYTON, JOE 

SHOW GOES ON WITHOUT STAR 

LAZARUS, MARK (UNC FOOTBALL PLAYER) 
UNC PLAYERS FACE CHARGES 
UNC FOOTBALL "LAYERS CHARGED IN INJURY SUIT 

LE NEAVE, SAM 

STORE GETS NEW MANAGER 



a/08/32 A 21 P N 



LEA 
LEACH 



SUSAN GENTRY 
COUNTRY LIFE: 



TOGETHER THEY'LL MAKE THE MOST OF IT 



JIL ANNETTE 
TEEN-AGE GIRL HELD IN KNIFING 



LEAK, KAREN I WINSTON-SALEMI 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

LEAKE, RAM 

MISS LEAKE'S 23 SPARK TIGERS' WIN 

MISS LEAKE TALLIES 26 AS LADY TIGERS GROUND GRIM5LEY 

DUKE OPENS SPRING ORILLS; HOLLAND GETS ACC HONOR 

LEAKE MAKES ALL-STATE 

HUNTE", DAVIS NAMED ALL-STATE 

LEAR, NORMAN 

HOLLOW CRITICISMS 

LEARY, RPLANO W, 

SHERIFF CANDIDATE RAPS LEARY, ALLEN 

ALLFN, READ TO ADD NAMES TO COUNTY ELECTION LIST 

LEARY SAYS ALLEN OIOri'T NOTIFY HIM OF NEW PROCEDURE 

LEARY FILES: ATTACKS ALLEN, 30WE 

HESfN, LEARY WILL SEEK COUNTY JOSS 

30W5 COUNTERS LEARY STATEMENT 

30WF RAPS LEARY'S REMARKS 

aOwE: LEARY SHOULD OUIT A9C JOS 

leary says sheriff allen poor manager 

rolanp leary for sheriff 

rolan" leary cares; let's hak= him sheriff 

rolanc lcary's earned his staj 

roland leary: candidate for sheriff of durham county 

leaoy pledges war on orugs if he's elected 

leary pledges war on drugs 

roland leary cares; facts you should know 

roland leary asks: 'help me to help durham' 

2 seeking to unseat allen 

roland leary pledges to all citizens 

da canoidat":s lead in spenoins for county races 

roland leary works: s0mf30dy "ust for a citizen's rights 

csnoioates ':ifld oueries on center, era, crime 

roland leary: a >(an of. . . action 

citizens pack voters' forum 

in shfriff's race chief seagroves supports leary 

two mtm try to oust allen aftir 1 term 

a=!c pntlce chief oeminos: "you've got a stake in our future" 

frovt-runner allen faces leary in runoff for sheriff 

30we unrecioed on endorsement 

leary files for runoff 

leary calls for runoff 

3cwe 9acks leary in runoff for sheriff 

most money spent in race for :)istrict attorney's seat 

aowe endorsement surprises al' en 

oa's race most expensive in durham county primary 

in shpriff's race chief seagroves supports leary 

rol»no leary: a han of .... a'tion 

alliance sits out sheriff's runoff 

straight talk from roland lea'y 

3uesti0ns for leary 

what are you expecting from your sheriff? 

sheriff candidates wait for decision 

balck committee endorses leary 

elect leary sheriff 

^.£;!;?j.'.91', statement to the people of durham from roland leary 

endorsement conflict adds sparks to primary 

allen: cong. race swayed panel 

leapy swamps allen in sheriff's race: winner assured of post 

durham county results 

phony ballots distributed for allen 

sam? mqtel, different moods 

decisive win elates l=ary 

canvass adds to leary total 

caiwass gives leary 60 votes 

leapt: no deals made for vote; 

leary says he gave 1700 to "avel 

leary spent least in sheriff'- runoff 

leary tops sp=noing in sheriff's race 

e^ioorsement switch fully supported 

allen seeks a^ic post: as successor to leary 

allen seeking position as alcohol police chief 

nance outspent by mrs. hercn 

7 on sheriff's staff to lose their joes 

deputy: good christmas gift «0ulo be another job 

TRTNG nP nPDPITTi": MnT CATD 



ucrijlT. OUU'J LMKlilMAb b I »" I 

FIRING OF DEPUTIES NOT FAIR 

LEARY STILL PONDERING REORGANIZATION 

LEARY TAKES OVER AS DURHAM SHERIFF 



S 2 
S 2 



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9/01/82 3 



N EOS 

N E05 



H 2 3/06/82 A 



H 2 11/10/32 C 12 N 

H 2 5/06/32 A 10 N 

H 2 2/25/82 A 1 N 

H 2 <,/ll/52 D 1 P F W66 

H 2 7/26/32 a 1 N 



H 1 5/11/32 B 



1 



S 2 6/03/82 I P N B71 



10/20/32 
10/21/32 



S 2 10/29/82 C 



H 2 1/31/32 E 2 P F 330 
H 2 2/05/32 A e N 
S 2 1/02/82 A 16 N 



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H 2 10/12/32 A 



H 2 


1/05/82 


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351 


S 2 


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1/29/82 


3 




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951 


S 2 


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11 




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2/02/82 


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H 2 


4/21/82 


A 






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4/22/32 


A 


19 




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5/27/82 


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4/13/32 


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6/18/32 


6 






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S 2 


6/19/°2 


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6/20/32 


A 







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6/21/82 


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U57 


H 2 


6/22/82 


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6/23/82 


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351 


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6/24/32 


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6/25/82 


3 






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L41 


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6/25/32 


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6/25/32 


C 






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F30 


H 2 


6/26/82 


A 




P 


A 




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6/27/32 







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N 


A54 


H 2 


6/23/52 


A 







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H 2 


6/30/32 


A 






N 


A54 


H 2 


7/01/32 


3 






N 


A54 


H 2 


7/03/32 


B 






N 




S 2 


7/06/32 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


7/12/82 


A 






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M51 


S 2 


7/12/82 


A 




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S 2 


7/12/32 


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U57 


H 2 


7/13/32 


B 






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7/19/82 


A 




P 


A 




H 2 


7/21/32 


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A 




H 2 


7/22/82 


a 






N 


951 


H 2 


7/23/32 


A 




p 


A 




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7/24/32 


A 






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7/24/32 


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7/25/32 


A 






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7/26/32 


A 






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7/26/32 


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7/26/32 


A 




p 


A 




S 2 


7/26/32 


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sa3 


H ' 


7/27/82 


B 






N 


«54 


H 2 


7/23/32 


A 




p 


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A54 


H 2 


7/23/82 


A 




c 


N 




H 2 


7/23/32 


B 




c 


N 


<39 


H 2 


7/28/32 


5 






N 


551 


S 2 


7/23/32 


A 




p 


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F30 


H ? 


7/30/32 


A 






N 




S 2 


7/30/32 


A 






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c 5 


8/03/32 


A 




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N 


583 


H 2 


9/04/32 


B 




p 


^1 




S 2 


3/09/32 


A 






N 


K90 


H 2 


a/10/32 








N 


381 


H 2 


3/19/32 


A 






L 




H ? 


10/23/52 


A 




p 


N 


SSI 


S 2 


10/23/°2 


A 






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H 2 


11/13/32 


C 






N 


381 


H 2 


11/17/32 


3 






N 


A54 


S 2 


11/17/82 


C 






N 


EOS 


S 2 


11/26/32 


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12/06/82 


B 




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A54 


S 2 


12/06/32 


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MONTHLY/* N^N^U^^^L _ I^N^OJ,! 3 Y N * « £ S "{^f,)!! 

S t T 

N ? ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

JJLKOUT MARKS LEA!<Y'S SHEARINl-IN JJ | H/OP/?! « i 6 

PriLITICAL JC65 ,^^„ H 2 12/08/82 i <. L 

OEOICATEO DEPUTY FI^ED ; j 12/C>'/''2 A <■ E 

JUDGE USES PLAWEO JUDGMENT IN WALKOUT ^ | U/12/S2 D <. E 

UNUSED SIC< LEAVE ,,„,,T,-. " 2 12/15/92 C 5 >J A54 
L5JRT POO'QTES THOEE 3E=UTIES 

LSAiiY, SUZANNE M. 5 2 8/27/62 C 1 N 
LEAPY IS ASSISTANT LAW DEAN 

LEAi»Y. T. C. H 2 5/25/82 B 3 = 3 
Q'lITUARY 

•-^''"?S5-A!r,isV: ;1^^??:"tV SLANT CREATION COVERAGE S | 1/15/82 A ^ „ L ^^^ 

A GIFT TO .<LPL TURNS CN UTVO 5 j <,/33/82 A 4 L 

;[^?:=^E?'^il!:D5^GENCE -!--^;"AL SUICIDE. S I ig'/S^^ll i t t 

THE CONSEQUENCES OF HUMANIST THEOLOGY „ , io/i.v/82 4 5 L 

??'aJ.^ -y^ING IS UP TO SEHOL.EPS ^ ' '^/2./82 A . L 

^"^"rElfHlSs°IpARKS SPARTANS IN R.MP S 2 ''"'"^ ' ' " 

LEATHERS. WILLIAM A. H 2 11/25/82 3 I » N 

MY^ICK NAMED ABC MANAGER ; 2 11/25/82 3 7 N 
MYRICK NAMED 13C HEAD 

LEAVENS. CAROLYN IGALIF07NIAI ,c,„c.4C CiVS S 2 ll/U/82 A 3 » F -23 
MOST FARMERS ARE NOT FAT CATS. LEAVERS 5AY5 

LE9AP. JOHN ^., ,,-^,-^ „,,. S 2 './D5/82 D 4 = u 018 

•GRUDGE -IN- DUKE'S 8IGGEST EVER S j <,/06/a2 = 1 P N 013 



AT PAMDOM u ? 4/19/82 B 2 P N M7 I 

5||jKECXptURFS FIRST TENNIS TITLE J! | 5/13/82 D 1 N C52 



LE3iR RESIGNS FRO- OUKE TENNIS 2 i 4/07/82 C 1 P N C52 

C^BAR SeSIGNS F5GM DUKE-S TENNIS PRO&RA- " | t/13/82 1 U 018 

AT PAMDOM " ' - - -. .— . 

DUKE CAPTURES FIRST TENNIS TITLE ^,...,,, 
OUKE SEES CHANCE FOR SUCCESS IN NCAA TENNIS 

LEOEPYNSKI. LEWIS ,, , ..« S 2 2/13/62 A 1 M DOB 

DURHAM MAN DIES FROM PULLET WOUND J ^ 2/14/92 C I N 
DURHAM POLICE LOOK FOR KILLER 

^^'°"Ii^M^G'cR'3SKs'S^°i,!E 5 2 lD/Dl/82 A 4 E 

•-"^'^Is'-inSli^ REACHING OUT TO SUFFERERS ^ ^ 5 2 4/D2/82 | ^ P F J06 

p-s Research? duke team plans. treatment study | | ;;|g;5| I i » n jo6 

SUPPORT NETWORK STILL GROWING tvMnonMF H 2 a/2'?/82 E 1 » F ^30 

IT'S NOT ALL IN YOUR MIND: PRE"ENSTRUAL SYNDROME J f 1 l/lq/sl I 1 P F 

DURHAM WOMEN GET NATIONAL RECOGNITION IN •32 S 2 l2/2'9/82 b I 

LECOCD. FRANK R. DR. H 2 6/14/82 A IPO 

DUKE PROFESSOR DIES c 2 6/14/82 C 1 

LECOCC SERVICES TOMORROW =■ ' 

LEOFORO. FRANKLIN DELANO IGASTONIAl -^.^^ H 2 4/26/82 A 9 P N 

OISAGREEMENT OVER CHICKEN ENDS IN DEATH " ^ 

1 cr^FnRO, GENE 1 WINSTON-SALE") , ,^ u ? «>/19/62 C 10 N 

MAN CUT IN HALF IS LEARNING TO WALK AGAIN " ^ i/lM/0^ 

LEDWELL. CHRISTOPHER rocc^ H 2 7/08/92 C 18 N 

NEIGHOOR PULLS CHILD FROM CREEK 5 j 7/08/32 C 1 N 
MEI0H30R PULLS YOUTH FROM CREEK 

LE=. ANNIE PROCTOR H 2 7/03/82 B 6 
OBITUARY 

LEE, BILL (HERALD CITY 6DIT0RI ,TPtrKFN H 2 3/05/32 3 1 D U 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: CON SC lENCE- STR ICKEN 

LEF, DAVID (ASST. OUKE FOOTBALL COACH) , , 12/13/92 a 1 N =25 

lh°ol^uti':'U,l'iirHni CO.ChES join SLOAN staff H 2 12/14/82 3 3 N 

>■"• !??Y^FFICIALS DENY DEAL WITH DETECTIVE S \ y,\l',l\ J i ^j Ml 

DEL CASTIL-lO DENIES OFFER 5 j 7/30/»2 A 8 » P S76 
PROMOTIONS 

^^-' fbS??I?-Fi?'A^!¥5=?RliGS SENTENCE " ' ^^'^^'^^ ^ '' " 

^"- S^i;[!^^R?f = R"wINS N.C. PRESS AWARD " ^ *'"'" ^ ' " 

'■^-' ?-,slkl^S"0F FAIR -,AMes DEFENDED " 2 '0'°^^" ' ' ^ "' 

LEF. HOWARD H 2 3/05/82 3 I p N 

LEE WON'T RUN THIS YEAR 5 f 3/05/62 A 1 2 ■> N 

!;e'w.«S":EF"ENjiYs'H!s SABBATICAL AS ENTREPRENEUR " -' 3/^B/82 D 1 P F W6D 

'■"' S^^tSnufo INVFST MORE IN SCHOOLS " 2 ''^l'^« ° ' ^ 

'-"• riiGH;A;'p°ATioL PLANS DRUG ALLEGATIONS PROBE " ^ 3/11/32 3 N 

^--' i'A^N-^IVr!E''?rNCE°§c OEATH " 2 '^0*^" ' '' " 

^^-' s^'Nia»S-Mi?/?SS?gED'if/iaLDUP » ' ^'"'"^ ' ' " 

'-"• THrScOKIES: NATION'S TOP FREtH-EN ON DISPLAY IN EAST S 2 3/19/8 2 D I » U F25 

"-^-' ^pI5°p;:e''0UGHT to try SELF-RELIANCE " ^ ^^"^'^ ' ' '" 

^^^' 3?fefi^F-R"^!lR-^«IAN DIES IN DUR.AM S 2 1/23/82 C 8 P 

•-"• °N:c:-FfsSERIES DIRECTOR IS SELECTED^,^^ ? | ,|%5^?| S I :i 

L = E WANTS N.C. SEAFOOD EATEN NATIONWIDE ^ "^ li/u-</-'^ 

LEE. PAUL DAVID H 2 12/04/32 C 4 
OBITUARY 

LEE. PETER JAMES REV. 



. . T H L y / * N^N^^U^J^L _ I^N^O^e^X BY N » M 6 S PjGE^.S-^ 



NUCLEAR WAR MUST BE PREVENTED 

LEE. PHILLIP lARMy OFFICER FROM FOJR OAnS) 
C0URT-M4RTI AL 

LEE. ROBERT E. 

ROBERT E. LEE'S INFLUENCE LIVES ON 

LEE. RHBERT E. (MONROE) 

HOSPITAL FREES CONVICTED "AN AFTER 3 "ONTHS 

LEE. RONALD COLEMAN 

aOMAN INJURED AS CARS COLLIDE 
hOMAN 4URT 1:4 rtRECK 

LEE. SMELTQN (FOUR OAKS I 

TWO KILLED. SIX INJURED IN SHOOTINGS 

LEE. THOMAS H. (JUDGE) 

DURHAM JURORS TO GET A SREAK 
JUDGE LEE SEEKS RE-ELECTION 
STRIP-SEARCH PROMPTS PROTEST 
DEPUTY DENIES MAN STRIPPED 

^N^E^ENTl'I^^Sii^II^E""''*"'' *'°"' STRIP-SEARCH 
DURHAM JUDGES SUPPORT KAREN GALLOWAY 

PURPOSE OF BAIL: TWO PHILOSPHIES CONTINUALLY CLASH 
study: CASE'S OUTCOME DEPENDS ON PRINCIPALS 

LEE. TIMOTHY (SAMPSON CO.) 

PRINCIPAL ACQUITTED OF ASSAULT 

LEE. VERNON 

TWO WAKE ATHLETES CHARGED 

LEE. WILLIAM 

IT M4K5S SENSE (7) 

LEE. .JILLIAM s. "BILL" (DUKE POWER) 
DUKE POWER: 17. 5» RETURN NEEDED 
LEE LAUDS DUKE EFFICIENCY 

LEEOLOU. STEVE 

NURSES DUE DEEP RESPECT 

LEFEBVRE. DONNA 

PROBE SPARKED 6Y ALLEGATIONS :i F HOG-TYINC 

LEFKOWITZ, APNA 

193J: MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

LEFKOWITZ. DAVID DR. (CHARLOTTF) 

ALLERGIC TO SOME F000S7 AVOID THEM 

LEFKOWITZ. ROBERT J. 

DUKE NAMES 7 -IISTINGUISHED PR:FESS0R5 
l«^Xn?=5f,I 3'STINGUISHED PROFESSORSHIPS AT DUKE 
^L'SSS",'^? SOCIETY HONORS DUKE PROFESSOR 
LEFKOWITZ ,INS AWARD FOR RESEARCH IN ENDOCRINOLOGY 

LEFLFR. LYDIA 

MAGNA CUM CHAW 

LEFLFR. LYNDA CAMILLE 

MOTORIST FILES DUI TEST SUIT 

DURHAM WOMAN SUES MOTOR VEHICLES AGENCY 

LEFLER. R. M. (PENDER CO.) 

LEGISLATOR FACING CHARGES URGED TO GET OUT OF RACE 

LEFLER. WES 

WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

LEFSTEIN. NORMAN 

STUDY: POOR RISK LOSING RIGHT TO LE'^.AL COUNSEL 
INSUFFICIENT DEFENSE FUNDS HU5 TS INDIGENT DEFENDANTS 

LEHM4N. JOHN 

NAVY HONORS BOMB RANGE CREW 

L EMM ANN. LESLIF 

r'i^hii^ ISSUE JARRANT IN BURGLARY. ASSAULT 
TOflMER CHARGED IN 3 MORE CASES 

LEHTO. KAUNO A. 

HUNT "FFERS REWARDS 

FOJR CHARGED WITH MURDERING CONSUL 

C?f,''o£r'?''9f3 ':"■'■" «UROER IN WILMINGTON 

MAN RELEASED IN SLAYING CASE 

^fF^.TfSI" -ONVICTED OF SLAYINS 

WILMINGTON YOUTH SENTENCED TO DEATH 

17-YEAR-OLO GETS DEATH PENALTY 

T-EN-AGER HOUSED ON JEATH ROW 

RULING MiY RAISE OUESTIONS ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA LAW 
LEIFREID. MjpviM (MORGANTOWN, M. VA . ] 

SOME WILKES OFFICIALS INVESTIGATED 

LEIGH. WILLIAM HEDDLY 
OBITUARY 

LEIGHTON. STEPHEN L. OR. 

SUPPORT NUCLEAR FREEZE 

LEINHAS. JUDY 

WHAT'S FOR LUNCH7 DIETITIANS TELL HOW TO BE CREATIVE 
LEMBECK. JANF A. 

HEADLINE MISLEADING 

LEMONS. ABE 

NO LEMONS ON ABE'S COURT OF ONE-LINERS 

LEMONS. WADE S. (RICHMOND. VA . ) 
0=ITUARY 

LENEAVE, HALLIF MQ5C0W 

3 MORE INDICTED IN 'COLCOR' P^QOE 

FORMER DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED IN FRAUD SCHEME 

LENHOLT. SUSAN S. 

HOSPITAL LAUNDRY 

LENNON. GEORGE W. (RALEIGH) 

MORE CANDIDATES FILE FOR JUDGESHIPS 

TWO RUNOFFS POSSIBLE FOR COURT OF APPFALS 



N E 

P D 


DATE C PG 


r T 

L Y 

L P BYL 


H ? 


2/27/82 A i, 


L 


S Z 


12/23/92 C 6 


N 


H 2 


2/05/92 A A 


L 


H 2 


11/11/92 A 21 


N 


?l 


4/19/82 A 12 
<./l9/92 A 7 


N 
N 


H 2 


1/28/82 A 15 


N 


H 2 
H 2 

?! 

H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/07/82 A 2 
1/07/82 A 16 
2/03/82 B 1 
2/03/82 C 1 
2/04/92 B 1 
2/05/82 A A 
2/13/82 B 1 
3/29/82 A 1 
11/09/82 A 1 


N 551 

N 

N 351 

N 

N 

E 

N 851 

F B51 

G 


H 2 


5/03/82 A 9 


N 


S 2 


5/24/32 5 


N 


H 2 


2/18/82 A 5 


L 


?! 


6/12/82 A 5 
6/12/82 A 3 


P N F73 
P N K90 


H 2 


9/03/82 A 4 


L 


H 2 


l/lD/82 A 13 


N 


H 2 


5/02/82 E 1 


P F H45 


H 2 


10/26/92 A 8 


n 


H 2 
S 2 

1! 


5/20/82 A 23 
5/2D/82 A 10 
6/22/82 B 12 
6/30/82 A 17 


N 
N 
N 

N 


H 2 


5/09/82 C 1 U 


H 2 
S 2 


2/11/92 A 25 
2/11/92 A 12 


N W36 
N 


H 2 


8/07/82 a 12 


N 


H 2 


5/05/92 B 1 r 


) U 


H 2 
S 2 


7/25/92 A 4 
7/26/82 C 1 


N 
N 


H 1 


6/30/82 8 1 


N 


H 2 
H 2 


9/21/92 A 8 
9/24/82 A 18 


•1 A54 
N A54 


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

tl 
H 2 


1/06/82 C 12 
1/27/82 A 19 
1/29/92 A 15 
2/11/82 A 26 
5/29/92 B 5 
6/02/92 A 1 
6/03/P2 A 9 
6/10/82 C 13 
7/04/82 A 6 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 2 ) 


.2/20/82 A 10 


N 


H 2 


7/18/82 C 2 





H 2 


6/21/92 A 4 


L 


H 2 


3/14/82 F 1 p 


F S56 


H 2 


9/27/82 A 5 


L 


H 3 10/07/82 D 1 P 


U M71 


H 2 


7/25/82 C 2 





H 2 10/21/92 A 1 
S 2 10/21/92 A 1 


N A54 
N 


H 2 


5/10/82 A 4 


L 


S 2 
H 2 


1/30/92 A 13 
7/01/92 A 6 


N 
N 



MONTHLY/A N N y 4 L 



INDEX 
lJ/31/82 



PiGE i?a 

1/17/83 



PG L P avL 



LENNON. JOe^ EXPLORE "C? ,2^J °!< i f 'S*.!^?" 

STATE SHOULD HELP NEUTRALIZE TOXIC WASTE 
TALK TURNS TO OFTOXIFICATION IN >IARREN 

LEONAROt ALBERT tOY SR. 
OSITUARV 

LECNARD. A"BER 

«ISS OTI NAWEO 
MISS f^TI IS NAMED 

LECNARn. SUGAR RAY 
DUALITY SHOWS 

LECNHAPOT, GUSTAV 

gSs?SyM6NillDT°BiGlNS RESIDENCY AT DUKE 

'-^'"■"t4"IHI y:]\"ARRRORO ROBBERY 
MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

LERNER. WARREN DR. 

CHANGES KEY FOR SOCIALSIH 

LESSARD, DENISS (CHARLOTTEI 
3 TEENS DIE IN ACCIDENT 

'""^'^6' inmates'" INDICTED ON TAX CHARGES 

'"^^^^LEAF^1U0TA°CUT SEEN SLOW TO N.C. FARMERS 

NEW LOB?Y SAID -PICKING ON TOBACCO FARMER- 

'-^'^^'i975-'JeC0"M6N0ATI0N C I TED IN p URHAM ANNE XAT ION CASE 

;ni ^2rEF"^^N^^sa^s\°B^oS? ii'ci'hr^Tyo'.'irA'^ 

^EUCHTENBURGj^WILLIAM^E. ^^^ ^,g , ,„, 

tfy&i;J8"?y|%F2R'lo^Sf"!'BE JNC SPEECH TOPIC 
JNC CELEBRATES eiRTHOAY 
OPTIMISTIC MESSAGE 

LEUNG. PAUL I CHAPEL HILLI 
EDITORIAL WAS UNFAIR 

^^"^'liMyaAl'or-UCeEA'S'liAS'th'BE tONDUCTEO AT UNC 

LEUTZE. JAY ICHAPEL HILLI 

TEENS TURN UP IN RIVER SEARCH 

LEVERETT. CHUCK AND EDNA 

PICK-LE-LITTLE...SAVE A LOT 

'--'"'h"bFY, LEVI LAWYERS CLAIM LAC< OF EVIDENCE 
LaSyER says h0B°Y DION-T INTEND MISUSE 

LEVIME.^RONALO DR.^^ ^^ ^^^^^ LISTED POTENTIAL HAZARDS 

LEVINE. SA-uEL G. , ^ 
INAPPROPRIATE HEADLINE 

'"^'"'^DUKFil IcAOEMIC COUNCIL ELECTS LEWIN 
DUKE COUNCIL HAS NEW LEADER 
FLEISHMAN TO HEAD FUND DRIVE 

LEWIS. ANTHONY 

NAZISM STILL REPUGNANT 

^^'^■'i»r!Ars't!?,SFiLL IS BEST PCB TREATMENT 

'"^'^'^LEWIs"'EMTERED IN TRACK FIELD 



LFwIS BUSY PROVING TRACK EXPE'TS WRONG 

LEWIS REPEATS DOUBLE VICTORY »T USA-MOBILE 

FAMi; ABOUT TO CATCri UP WITH L?WIS 

PUSH COMES TO SHOVE:. . .CARL LEWIS IS SET TO N 



UDGE ASIDE RECORDS 



LEWIS. CHARLES 

PEACE POSTERS 

LEWIS. OARRELL V. OR. ICHAPEL HiLLI 
CIVIL DEFENSE INAOEDUATE 

'■^"'"BriATs''cnLLIDE ON KERR LAKE: 3 INJURED 
SKI VICTIM REMAINS IN HOSPITAL 

LEWIS. ELVA 

OBITUARY 

LEWIS. EMMA VICTORIA 
OBITUARY 

MUTUAL ADMIRATION VIA THE PHO'IE ,,.,,„., 

LeJiS ACCEPTS ADVICE - NEEDS SOME APPLICATION 

CAROLINA-HOUSTON: DIFFERENT TEMPOS 

LEWI^.^HOWARD^OR. (CHAPEL HILL,_^^ .^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ 

LEWIS. JAMES HERMAN 
OBITUARY 

'-^"'^JCORY LEWIS AND THE MEDIA 

LEWIS. JOHN °, JR. IFARMVILLEl 
5 NOMINATED FOR JUDGESHIPS 

'-^"'"^fooicHOICE GROUP-S "OSITICN DISTORTED 
LEWIS. LLOYD E. 



H 1 B/Zl/'Z 3 1 N L30 

H 2 "J/IS/BJ A 4 E 

H 2 10/13/82 E 5 F L30 



H 2 U/l<?/e2 A !<. 



S 2 './03/fl2 A 20 N 
H 2 <./Q8/e2 C !<. » N 



H 2 U/13/32 A <. 



M 2 10/29/82 A 21 
S 2 10/28/82 10 



S 2 12/22/82 C 1 
H 2 12/23/82 C 9 



S 2 2/08/82 A 7 
S 2 2/08/82 A 10 
H 2 6/10/82 A 6 



H 2 12/01/B2 A 1 
H 1 9/15/82 a 1 



H 2 1/20/82 A ■» 
S 2 2/06/82 A 3 



N S51 
N 'J57 



S 2 2/13/82 A 1 P N U57 



H 2 1/25/82 B 1 P F W24 

H 2 10/11/92 A 10 P N 

S 2 10/11/82 A 5 N 

S 2 10/12/52 A 1 P N 9*6 

H 2 10/19/92 A <. E 



H 2 11/11/92 A 4 L 

S 2 9/20/92 a 6 N 

H 2 6/12/92 3 1 " N W36 

S 2 7/21/92 B 1 P F A15 



S 2 11/12/92 A 1 
H 2 11/13/82 A 1 



H 2 2/16/82 A 1 
M 2 10/l<./92 A 4 



N 
L 
N W2<. 



H 2 2/19/92 3 5 

S 2 2/19/92 A 3 N 

H 2 9/17/92 a 1 P N 930 

S 2 2/27/92 A 4 E 

S 2 a/05/92 C 9 N 

H 2 6/16/92 C 1 P N C52 

H 2 6/19/92 IRE,,, 

H 2 6/20/92 8 3 N C52 

S 2 6/21/92 D 2 P U Die 

H 2 6/28/82 1 F M71 

H 2 5/15/92 A 4 L 

H 2 5/31/82 A 4 L 

H 2 6/28/82 C 1 N 

S 2 6/28/82 A 13 N 

H 2 2/15/82 A 10 

H 2 3/31/82 A 10 

H 2 3/25/92 1 N 071 

H 2 3/25/82 I U MTl 

5 2 3/25/92 3 1=0 018 

S 2 3/26/82 1 P F 1=25 



S 2 7/28/82 A 12 

H 2 U/22/82 a 7 

H 2 9/26/82 D 4 

H 1 5/22/92 9 1 

H 2 8/07/92 A 4 



HHHIMMMWiMil 



<6*0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAUES PAGE 189 

1/01/32 - U/31/82 1/17/83 

S IT 

N e ELY 

P OATE C PG L P 3Yt 

OBITUARY H 2 3/07/82 A 18 

LEWIS. MELVIN 

TWO CHARGED IN "URDER S 2 10/20/82 CI? N 

LEWIS. HICHAEL (NICHOLS. S.C.I 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH MDMAPPING SCHOOLCHILDREN H 2 9/08/82 8 14 N 

LEWIS. MICHAEL H. 

•AMERICAN FAMILY- POLITICAL CODEWORDS H 2 8/20/82 A 5 L 

LEWIS. MILTON 

2 MAGrSTRATES NAMED FOR DURHAM H 2 10/02/82 A 1 N 

MAGISTRATES TO TAKE OATH MONDAY S 2 10/02/32 A 3 N 

LEWIS. i?OBERT lEPAl 

STUDENT SAYS PCS KILLS SNAKES. TURTLES. RABBITS H 2 11/18/82 3 1 N L30 

LEWIS. ROBERT EOWARO (LENOIRI 

WOMAN KILLS INTRUDER IN HER HOME H 2 5/20/32 All N 

LEWIS. RUTH L. 

SANITATION WORKERS HELPFUL H 2 5/02/82 DSL 

LEWIS. SARAH MARGARET 

5 DURHAM STUDENTS GET AWARDS S 2 3/27/82 A 1 N 

LEYES. aOBPY (RALEIGH) 

TAR HEEL PARAPLEGIC GIVES UP ON CLIMB H 2 7/15/82 A 7 N 

LIDOY. G. GORDON 

PAY FINE OR GO TO JAIL S 2 9/21/82 A i, E 

G. GORDON LIDDY TO ATTEND SOLDIER OF FORTUNE MEETING H 2 10/01/82 A 7 N 

WESTMORELAND: TODAY'S STUDENTS ARE DIFFERENT H 2 10/13/82 All M 

FUN AND GAMES WITH THE SOFS H 2 10/2'./82 D 1 P = L41 

LIES. KATHY 

FAVORITE RECIPES COMPILED IN 300K FOR TWO-YEAR-OLD H 2 12/09/82 C 1 P F H<,5 

LIGGETT, ANNETTE 

DURHAM AIR VIOLATES POLLUTION STANDARDS S 2 5/11/82 A 1 1 K90 

CLEANUP EXTENSION GIVEN S 2 12/29/82 C I N K90 

LIGHTNER. CLARENCE E. (RALEIGH) 

CIAA HALL ADOS FOUR • S 2 1/29/82 2 N 

LILLIARD. LAKE (GUILFORD CO.) 

N.C. 8RACES FOR SNOW S 2 1/12/82 A 1 N 

SLEET. RAIN MAY FOLLOW SNOW H 2 1/13/32 A 1 P N 

LILLIE. JANE (CHAPEL HILL] 

THE WAY THINGS ARE H 2 11/06/32 B 1 D U 

LILLY. RONNIE 

A NO-FRILLS APPROACH TO ART EDUCATION S 2 2/11/82 3 F 371 

LIMaAUGH. TOMMY 

SLOAN HIRES 4 ASSISTANTS S 2 12/13/82 A 1 N F25 

tfPOAOWAY. THREE OLE MISS COAC^ES JOIN SLOAN STAFF H 2 12/14/82 3 3 N 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM 

INSULTING ABE LINCOLN S 2 12/23/92 A 4 E 

LINCOLN. C. ERIC 

EDITORIAL INACCURATE. HARMFUL TO MUSLIMS H 2 1/03/82 D 4 L 

UPDATE ON THE MUSLIMS H 2 1/06/32 A 4 E 

SCHOLAR SAYS SHERRILL SANG SWINE SONG TOO SOON H 2 8/09/82 B 1 U S36 

DUKE PROFESSOR TO SPEAK ON HARLEM. BLACK CHURCH H 2 10/31/82 C 5 N 

LINCOLN TO SPEAK A60UT HARLEM S 2 11/01/32 A 10 N 

LINCOUBT, JOHN (CHARLOTTE) 

HOSPITAL HIRES EXPERT ON ETHICS H 2 7/29/82 A 8 N 

LINDAMAN, GREGORY (CHARLOTTE) 

SHOOTING SUSPECTS SOUGHT S 2 1/04/32 C 4 N 

LINDBERGH, CHARLES LT. COL. (SCIENTIST) 

SCIENTIST SAYS EARTH(JUAKE COULD HIT IN EASTERN U.S. H 2 10/21/82 CBN 

LINOEMAN. ROBERT P. 

GROUP TREATMENT OFTEN HELPFUL S 2 9/29/82 C 1 N M23 

LINDER. GEORGE 

A LOOK AT 300KS: LEADING CITIZENS LIST FAVORITES 5 2 1/07/82 D 1 P F 971 

DURHAM LIBRARY DIRECTOR TO RETIRE ON MARCH 31 S 2 2/15/82 A 1 P N F3(D 

iMOS. GADDIS TO SUCCEED LINOER AS LIBRARY CHIEF H 2 2/15/82 A 1 N 

L!N0E0: ALWAYS A BATTLER S 2 2/17/82 A 4 F 

GOOD LIBRARY LEADERSHIP H 2 2/21/82 4 L 

^flicr^'^SLSiS'^ ^"^ LINOER'S LOVE OF LIBRARY S 2 3/13/82 A 3 P F F30 

LINOER HONORED H 2 3/31/82 A 13 P P S76 

186 ATTEND DINNER FOR DURHAM LIBRARIAN S 2 3/31/82 A 7 o N 

4 RUGGED LIBRARIAN H 2 4/05/92 A 4 E 

LINDER. SONIA JACOBS (FLORIDA) 

WOMAN SERVING LIFE TERM ATTENDS PARENTS' FUNERAL H 2 7/20/32 A 10 N 

LINDSEY, JUNE 

WORKERS DON'T PAY FOR BENEFITS H 2 11/01/82 A 4 L 

LINER. CHARLES 0. OR. (CHAPEL HILL) 

study: DURHAM HIGH SCHOOLS TO LOSE PUPILS IN NEXT 10 YEARS S 2 3/27/32 A 1 N E05 

LINER. CORNELIUS EWELL (AUGUSTA. GA . ) 

Q3ITUARY H 2 12/12/82 C IC 

LIMES. KEITH SGT. (HIGH POINT) 

N.C. MARINE DESCRIBES LEBANON DUTY H 1 3/28/52 3 1 N 

LINK. THOMAS 

DURHAM ARTISTS IN 'TOP 40' S 2 4/29/82 D 6 P N 

GRID GIMMICK CHEATS PHILLIP MORRIS ART H 2 5/J7/82 D 10 U G53 

SOMERHILL RECEPTION HONORS NANCY TUTTLE MAY H 2 5/14/82 D 10 N 

LIMTON. M.c. (PSO) 

OFF-DUTY OFFICER NABS SUSPECT H 2 2/14/82 A 14 N 

BROOKS CHARGED IN THEFT S 2 2/17/32 A 13 N 

LINTON. Sin 

DISSERVICE H 2 6/12/82 4 4= 

ALLIANCE RAPS GTE MAILING H 2 6/15/82 A 10 N 

GTE STUDIES MEASURED PATES S 2 12/10/82 CI N S33 

PHONE RINGERS TO CHANGE S 2 12/13/82 CI N S33 

LIPFORD. DARRELL (LENOIR) 

GREENSBORO FIREFIGHTER IS CHANGED H 2 9/03/82 C 8 N 

LIPSCOMB. CARDELL CATLETT 



MONTHLY/* 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



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1/17/63 



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DURHiM WOMAN DIES IN SHOOTING AT HOME 

HAN CH4BGE0 IN WOMAN'S SLAYING 

MAN IS HELD FTR MURIER 

SUSPECT RELEASET GN dONO 

LIPSCOMB RELEASED ON =^0N0 

MUROER THUL GETS JURY , , 

?ISl^?5¥5^s5"^S;iTU"SJ°^2f?bENT; DEFENSE ATTORNEYS: 
JURY CONVICTS MAN IN DEATH OF GIRLFRIEND 

liI^^E?3iNiJMSRl'fR%ATAL SHOOTING 

'''"E'ifr!l-JiJSSiNTE\'c'i"^^R'-?E;S^L' OFFENSE CHARGES 

LIPSCOMB. JOSEPH 

SS"5N2'lNj'I»IS°Is"KA£-^t^Ei S-.OTGUN AT GROUP 

LIPSCOMB. VANESSA 

LEGISLATORS AIDED WOMEN 

LIPTON. MORRIS A. OR. 

NUCLEAR WAR MUST BE PREVENTED 
ONE-WAY TICKET 

'"'^^"S'lSToirBOOKS SLIGHT LIFE, TEACHINGS OF JESUS 

LITTLE. ANGELA 

CAR STRIKES 2 ON BIKE ^ ^^ 
YOUTHS HIT BY AUTO RELEASED 

LITTLE. ANNE BALDWIN HORNE (ANSON I 0. ) 
COLLEGE'S DRIVE GETS BIG ?OOST 

LITTLE. CAROLINA ALLEN 
OBITUARY 

'■'^^'"mS-'^GALLOWAY to GIVE TALK ON LITTLE TRIAL 

'-''^''''-iJo'-JlaNSmIn plan protest today on PRISONER'S BEHALF 
'0 KLANSMEN march; NO TROUBLE REPORTED 

justice should be equal for whites 

'"'^^""housing projects raise suesthns 

little. melvin (newtoni 

yacht builders sailing smooth waters 

little. sylvia s. 
obituary 
obituary 

'-■'"-!NMA}'=^'HSLD'°il'-hoS?AEI?'sTA-,0OFF EXISTS ON THIRD FLOOR AT CENTRAL. 
THE HOSTAGES. THE PRISONERS 



3 INMA TP S .- ■ - - 

INMATES RETURNET TO N.C. PRIS1N „,-,- .oc. 

INMATES MAY HAVE FORGED PASSES TO DIAGNOSTIC AREA 
RACIST CONDITIONS CHARGED AT 'RISON 
INMATF-HOSTAGE TRIAL DELAYED 

?NStris'lS"D"?roSNTESflAL PMSDN HOSTAGE INCIDENT 
THREE INMATES DEMAND 'ETURNTJ FEDERAL PRISON 
THREE INMATES PLEAO INNOCENT TO KIDNAPPING 
TRIAL OF THREE INMATES POSTPONED 
TWO INMATES EJECTED FROM COURTROOM 

PRISONERS FOUND GUILTY OF KIDNAPPING --„Tci>,rct 
INMATES WHO TOOK HOSTAGES GET LONG PRISON SENTENCES 
THREE INMATES SENTENCED FOR TAKING HOSTAGES 

LITTLE. WILLIAM W. COL. 
OBITUARY 

LITTLETON. JEFFREY W. ISALIS9URY1 

SIX FOUND GUILTY OF GAMBLING CHARGES 

LITZCNBURG. THOMAS J° . DR. ( W I NSTO^' -SALEM) 
SALEM ACADEMY PRESIDENT NAMED 

LIVENGOOD. CHARLES JR. MRS. „,t.„., 

DEBUTANTE BALL IS A FAMILY TRADITION 

LIVENGOOD. FAYE , . 

VETERINARIANS GO BEYOND CALL 

LIVINGSTON. BELINDA (MONROE) 

PUBLIC HOUSING SUIT IS FILED 

LLEWELLYN, TOOrt 

COASTAL QUANDARY: GROWTH AND 3EAUTH 

LLCYO. ALICE NEAL JONES 
OBITUARY 

LLOYD. ^BEN^ QUESTION ARISES IN EFL»ND F|.AP 
S^vEN FIL= FOR RACES IN ORANG' 

M(5nDAY FILINGS SWELL TOTAL IN ORANGE ELECTIONS TO 30 
COMMISSIONERS SUBMIT SOLE BID FOR OLD SCHOOL 
CANOICATES TICKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 
NEW INDUSTRY SEFN AS TOP NEED IN ORANGE 
EIGHT DEMOCRATS COMPETE FOR THESE SEATS 

t!^S:?i»3lTlvEriE«'lN RACE FO. ORANGE CM- . SS lONERS 
ORANGF ZONING PSOPCSAL CRITICIZED BY CANDIDATE 
CHE=KS TOWNSHIP TOPIC OF MEETING 

i"?^S^.S!j?rs"yEg'!'^llTi'!ii'kANGE COUNTY BOARD 

D^mocats win in orange 

orange incuhsents win 

commissioners are sworn in to?ay in orange 

lloyd begins te^m on orange board 

lloyo. bennie lee 
obituary 



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LLOYO, CLARENCE W. (HILLSBOROUGH) 



■■■■■■■■Mi 



LY/ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/82 - 12/31/a2 



P«GE 191 
1/17/83 



LLOYO, lOA THOMPSON 
OBITUARY 

LLOYO. JANE 

H6RCN GETS HER VOTE 

LLCrn> JANE CRAFT (C"APEL HILLI 

CRASH KILLS CHAPEL HILL WOMAN 
OBITUARY 

LLOYO. JEAN 

WILL TEACH SMOCKING 

LLOYO. JOE HUGH ICARRBOROI 

3 ORANGE INJURIES REPORTED 

LLOYD. KERMIT (ORANGE CO. I 

OPANGE TAX SUPERVISOR NAMED 

LLOYD. LARRY 
COOKING: 



LARRY LLOYO SHARES IT. 50-50 



LLOYO, LEWIS (GREENVILLE. S.C.) 

WARRANTS ISSUED FOR 2 MEN IN 3URHAM SLAYING SATURDAY 

LLOYO, LUCAS (MEBANEl 

MEBANE POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS 

LLOYD. S. T. (OXFORD) 

THESE MEN HAVE OXFORD BLOOMING 

LLOYO. WILLIE C. JR. 

4 UNC EMPLOYEES GET MASSEY AWARDS 
FOy AT UNC WIN MASSEY AWARDS 

LOCK. REED M. 

DUKE, OTHER SCHOOLS SHOULD FO? H LEAGUE 

LOCKAMY, JAMES CALVIM 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 



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DATE 

H 2 4/03/B2 A 22 

H 2 <./22/82 A 20 

S 2 10/29/82 A <. 



H 2 7/20/82 A U 
H 2 7/20/82 B 6 



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H 2 3/17/82 A 6 P P T37 

S 2 5/17/82 A 3 N 

H 2 1/05/82 B 12 N 

H 2 7/08/82 C 1 P F B30 

H 2 10/28/82 BAN 

H 1 2/04/82 8 1 N 

H 1 9/04/82 B I P F L30 

S 2 5/03/82 A 2 P N 

H 2 5/04/82 8 8 N 

H 2 12/17/82 A 4 L 



H 2 3/05/82 C 8 
H 2 3/04/82 A 8 



LOCKE. TATES 

STEPPE ADOS FIRE TO ACC OPENINIG 

ROLLINS DENIES CHARGE. SAYS BOOK INACCURATE 

LOCKE. VERNON (ENFIELDI 

TENANT FARMERS: THEY SHARE MIGRANTS' 



TROUBLES 8UT ALL YEAR LONG. 



LOCKERBIE. BELINDA 

FINANCIAL MARKETS CONCERN CONSUMERS 
FEW BOGUS BILLS SPROUT UP AT CENTERS 

LOCKLEAR, HOWARD 

PPMBROKE NEXT CHALLENGE FOR SOUTHERN 

LOCKLEAR, HUEL (ROWLAND) 

F"! ACENTS SAIO FIRED UPON 

S5.000 REWARD OFFERED 

WANTED MAN MAY HAVE BEEN WOUNDED 

FBI ARRESTS N.C. MAN SOUGHT IN SHOOTOUT 

LOCKLEAR, MARSHALL ( F ATETTEVI LLE ) 

TWO KILLED. SIX INJURED IN SHOOTINGS 

LOCKLEAR. R. 0. (LUMBERTON) 

FALSE-STATEMENTS TRIAL BEGINS TODAY 
DEADLOCKED JURY ENDS TRIAL OF LOCKLEAR 
FORMER npFlciAL IS SENTENCED 

LOCKLEAR. SHEILA 

LABOR SAID TO BE INDUCED BY KICK 

L0F3. PEN F. 

GROUP TACKLES DRUNKEN DRIVING 

poll: TAR HEELS BELIEVE DUIS GET OFF LIGHT 

LOESCH. JULIANNE 

PRO-LIFE G(«OUP FOUNDER PLANS SPEECH IN DURHAM 

LOEwENTHAL. SONNA 

CHAPEL HILL HOPES TO HARVEST 



OMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

LOFLIN. ANN 

THREE RESIGN LEGAL AID BOARD 

THREE LEGAL AID BOARD MEMBERS QUIT 

LOFLIN. THOMAS F. Ill 

ALLIANCE SITS OUT SHERIFF'S RUNOFF 

LOFTIG. MARK 0. 

ANALYST RAPS CHANGES IN CHARGES TO UTILITIES 

LOFTIN. EMM4 SUE (HILLSBOROUGH! 

SCHOLARSHIP WILL 3E HER MEMORIAL 

LOFTIS. CHRIS 

.S^t!i*';''lAN PLANS WALK TO BENEFIT HUNGER CAMPAIGN 
tS£n5,J»!<i5 HUNGER MESSAGE Xl CHAPEL HILL 
CROSS-STATE HIKER WANTS TO HELP THE HUNGRY 

LOFTIS. WILLIAM J. (OXFORD) 

OXFORD MAN KILLED IN TRACTOR ^CCIDENT 

LOFTON. OWAYN LEMEL 

SCHOOL BUS IS YOUTHS' TARGET 

LOFTON. JAMES S. 

SENTENCES GIVEN IN fraud CASE 

LOFTON. KENNETH WAYNE 

2 ARRESTED IN A3DUCTI0N OF BLIND "AN 

POLICE ARREST 2 SUSPECTS IN KIONAPPING. ROBBERY 

YOUTH GIVEN 12-YEAR TERM 

DURHAM TEEN-AGER GETS 12-YEAR PRISON SENTENCE 

LOFTSTROM, IRENE 

COLOMBIA'S RESENTMENT 

LOGAN, VERNON (WINSTON-SALEMI 

KLAN VIEWED AS SMALLER THREAT 



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S 2 5/15/82 A 14 

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S 2 1/05/32 B 6 
H 2 1/D7/82 A 10 
H 2 2/20/82 A 5 



H 2 10/14/82 A 20 



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S 2 10/08/82 C I 
H 2 3/03/32 8 5 



S 2 4/26/82 C I 

H 2 4/23/32 A 10 

H 2 U/02/32 a 1 

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LQCAN, .. J4-ES (CHIPEL HILLl , ^ 
hCart fund nlRECTCR PLACED IH LEAVE 
HEAPT ASSOCIATION DIRECTaR 3N LEAVE 
AUDITORS SAY S3'i.000 IN MEAOT FUND WAS "ISUSEO 
N.C. HEART ASSN. "AY SUE TO RECOVER S67,a00 
N.C. "^EART ASSOCIATION "AY SU^ EX-OISECTOP 
ASSI^CIATIHN wCN'T REVEAL PLAN TO RECOVER MONEY 
HEART GROUP NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE 
D.A. ENTERS HEART ASSOCIATION FLAP 

LOHAX, R'"SA E. 
OBITUARY 

N.cIcOURT OVERTURNS 26-YEAR-O.O PRECEOENT 

LOHBAROO. ■'OSALIE CASCIO I H ILLS SOROUGH 1 
OBITUARY 

10''INAC, DE3?Y 

ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS ANIHAL PROGRAM 

LCINAC. XARGIE IRALFIGHl 

0RliE9^CHiRGED*IN FATAL -RECK ON N.C. 86 IN ORANGE COUNTY 
7 CDU^TS ARE FILED IN ACCIDENT 

LONDON. EOITH 

DURHA" ARTISTS IN 'TOP <.0' 

GRID GI>"»ICK CHEATS PHILLIP XIRRIS ART 

SO-ERHILL EXHIBIT IS FIRST FO? ARTIST 

EDITH LONDON, AT SO. PAINTING BETTER THAN EVER 



LONDON. 
2 



MARTY A. £. ALISA S. IGRANHE FALLS) 
•C. TgCNS OIE IN HEAD-ON C^ A SH 



LONDON. WILL DR. , , , . „ ^,. 

CARING: SHE'LL MISS THE CHILDREN 
DURHAM DOCTOR IS RECERTIFIED 

"""'^^J^TroN'^o'lSSH^iriM?"??,?? f«^S;^ll°!s th.t i.-, totally confused. 

'-^'"^•c'uNc!L^DTI set day-care SESSION 

paRNETS. teachers invited to MEETING 

LONG. AUGUSTUS WHITE IChaPEl HILL) ^ 

OLD TRINITY'S JOURNEY TO DUKE UNIVERSITY 

LONG. ""ERNICE CUTmBERT III (OXFORDI 

VANCE HAN ARRESTED ON FUGITIVE WARRANT 

LONG, ^EVEPLY WHITAKER DR. 

UNC PROFESSOR "INS OFFICE - I TH SPEECH GROUP 

LONG. CL'^VENE tucker (ORLANDO. FLA. ] 
OBITUARY 

LONG. TANNY (NORTHERN H.S. OUARTERBACKI 

NORTHERN'S 38 A LONG CHIP OFF DAD'S OLD BLOCK 

LO'iG. DAVID THOKAS (LOUISBURC) 

SUNN MiYOR IS INOICTED IN LEAF CASE 
MAYOR INNOCENT OF FRAUD 

LONG. LlEWITT 

REAOE" ASKS RIGHT KIND OF 3UESTIQN 

LONG. GREG (SOUTH 'iOSTON. VA. 1 

VA. POST OFFICE ROBBED; THREE MEN CHARGED 

LONG. IRA "OPC (ROUGEMONTl 
OBITUARY 

LONG. ISABELLE "■iELLA" RUSSELL (CEDAR GROVE 1 
OBITUARY 

LONG. JAMES M. (JUDGE) 

COURT CLEARED AFTER JUDGE GETS THREATENING CALL 
CC'JRT CLEARED AFTER JUDGE THREATENED 

LONG. KAREN 

DUKE ROWER BUS NEGLECT CHARGED 

LONG. LESHERLE LEE (GREENS30P0) 

TKO GREENSaORO DISPUTES RESULT IN MURDER CHARGES 

L3NG, "AOIE I. (PORTSMOUTH, VA. ) 
05ITUARY 

LONG. MARY STUART (ROXBORO) 

PERSON COLUMNIST 'PLAYING IT "Y EAR' 

LONG. NITA 

VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR 
CALVERT ALUMNI RECALL PAST 

LONG. TIMOTHY EARL (HAW RIVEP) 

MAN IS HEi^o UNDER tl MILLION ^ ONO 
3 ALA-ANC? INMATES CITED IN SEATING 

LONG. TRACY 

3 ALAMANCE INMATES CITED IN BEATING 

LO'!G. VIRGINIA LOVE , ,, 

POETS SNARE MORE than STARES 

'analyst: helms MUST DROP C0NG1 ESS lONAL CLUB 

'-^•"'"c'SiiuS^V? ^^ScItSJs'tdlo benefits should be stressed 

LONGIOTTl, SAMUEL . ^^, 
I»S LIEN NAMES LONGIOTTl 

IRS LIEN SEEKS $2<.6,7?)<. FROM .ONGIOTTIS 
LONGI"TTIS SATISFY FJIJEP AL 'AX LIEN 
TAX LIEN RELEASED AGAINST LOfCIOTTIS 

LONGSTREET, ENOCH (C-APEL HILL) 
HEALTH RULES LAX 

LONTZ, KEVIN 



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H 2 <./21/82 A 1 

H 2 8/25/32 B 1 

S 2 3/25/P2 C 13 

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S 2 9/3T/82 A 3 

H 2 ll/25/?2 A 25 



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H 2 10/0S/S2 C <. 

H 2 4/23/82 C 11 

S 2 12/02/92 A 4 



H 2 9/08/82 C 1 
H 2 a/O'/BZ a 1 
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H 2 6/27/92 A 24 



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H 2 0/25/82 3 6 » 

H 2 3/12/82 A 16 



S 2 3/17/82 A 1 N 
H 1 3/18/82 3 1 N 



H 2 5/01/82 3 1 N S51 

H 2 8/18/92 3 5 N 

M 2 3/27/82 C 4 

H 1 9/25/82 3 1 P F L30 



S 2 4/26/82 B IPO ROt 
H 2 4/27/82 B 1 P N 



H 2 2/06/82 A 5 
H 2 3/01/82 A e 



H 2 3/01/92 A 9 N 

H 2 8/20/82 3 o U H45 



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S 2 3/12/92 C 1 



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H 2 12/10/92 A 13 

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l/Ol/SZ - 12/31/82 



FJLCON TO SIGN 

LOOKABILL. LAGENl 

PERFORMERS 4U0ITI0N AT UNC FO^ 9USCH GAROENS RECRUITERS 

UOPSZ POBTILLG. JOSE 

L0PE2-P0RTILL0 "lEATS THE BANCD PIMATA (CARTOONI 

UOOE. JAMES n. 

VOLUNTEERS INDISPENSABLE 

LOREt R. JAMFS 

COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF BROWN L'JNG VICTIM 

LQOEN, SOPHIA 

CLASSY JAIL''IRD 
SOPHIA LOREN'S APPEAL 

LORD. ALBERT OR. 

BINGE EATING IS RISKY 

LOSKA, PAUL (GEORGIAI 

FISH STOCKINGS VARY IN ""ETHOO. MOTIVE AND RESULTS 

LOUGFE. BOBBY 

WITH THE SPORTS CROWD 

LOUGEEf GEORGE SR. 

FAMILY PROUD OF MEMORIES 

•AMOS' OF FAMED RADIO SHOW IE S 

LOUGEE. HENRY S. 

WITH HANK LOUGEE RETIRED, OOWM TOWN WILL BE DULLER 
HANK LOUGEE TO BE SUBJECT OF 'ROAST' 
HE'LL GET HEAT 

LOUGEE. KELLY 

A FASHIONABLE WAY TO SPEND AN EVENING 

OURHA" GIRL LEARNS ROPES WITH ATLANTA MODEL AGENCY 

LOUSMA. JACK R. 

SPACE TALK: LISTENING ON A PARTY LINE 

LOVE, ANTHONY 

FELL IN LOVE; HE WAS ABLE TO WIN HER OVER 

LOVE. BRENDA 

THIS 5RI0E. BRIDEGROOM MET AT SUNDAY SCHOOL 

LOVE. CORNELIA S°ENCFR (HIGH POINTl 
WILL NAMES CHAPEL HILL LIBRARY 

LOVE. MACK LEE (GREENSBOROI 

cX-CON CHARGED IN KILLING 

LOVE. R. 0. 

masons proud of orphanage 

love. terry l. 

a holocaust of abortions 
abortion analogy absurd 

lovejoy. jennifer 

a big loss for durham 

lovelace. sandra bell i shelby 1 
woman is found dead 

lovett, willie 

leaders think public will buy civic center 

durham black leaders see progress. problems 

demccratic women plan talks om center 

lovett: negotiation possible on hayti plan 

building site conflict causes new hunt 

black leader urges delay of annexation 

black committee leaders diffe' on aims of study 

durham committee re-elects lovett 

black group re-elects lovett as chairman 

lowder. flbert (sanforoi 

checkers winners announced 

lowoer. lanny 

gtthens on the mqve 

lowe. annie "elle high 

mrs. lowe. native of durham county 

lowe. oavio 

J':'I^!-91:'!t2°"'^ °^ uncs punter: it's juite a family affair 
carolina's lowe: not your everyday punter 
lowe leads tar heels to wolfpack golf title 

lowe. doug 

lowe gets train group positiom 

lowe. june and carl lorange co.) 

wood stove: lowes enjoy cooking on theirs 

LOWE. KAY 

'YOU'RE THERE TO PLEASE YOUR 'UBLIC 

LOWE. PEGGY (BRANDON. MS| 

STATE RFSTS CASE IN MURPER TRIAL 

N.C. MAN SENTENCED TQ DEATH 

CONVICTED KILLER TO FACE MORE CHARGES 

PRUETT GETS LIFE TERM FOR KIDNAP 

WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM CALLED THREAT 

LOWE. »0Y L. (PERSON CO. I 

LOWE SUBMITS RESIGNATION AS PERSON COUNTY MANAGER 
PERSON BOARD SELECTS I NTER I M : QUNTY MANAGER 

LOWE. SIDNEY 

LOWE EXPECTED TO START TONIGHT DESPITE INJURY 
WOLFPACK CAN'T BREAK JINX AGAINST TAR HEELS 
LOWE AND 'PACK GET 2ND CHANCE 

LOWENDICK. CARL R. JR. 

VETERANS UNIT NEEDS KOREAN WA^ NAMES 

LOWENSTEIN. ALLARD K. 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

LOWERRE. ANN 

CENTER DESERVES SUPPORT 



s 




'{n^ni 


s 

N E E 
P D DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 3YL 


S 2 2/13/82 A 


8 


N 


H 2 2/1A/82 C 


5 


P N 


H 2 9/05/82 


4 


T T R56 


H 2 8/02/82 A 


4 


L 


H 2 5/05/82 S 


6 


N 


H 2 5/23/82 A 
H 2 5/28/82 A 


4 
4 


E 

E 


S 2 8/27/82 C 


1 


N 


H 2 8/15/82 3 


9 


N W60 


H 2 3/31/82 B 


I 


U 


H 2 10/15/82 A 
H 2 12/11/82 A 


5 
1 


L 

P 


H 2 1/2S/92 A 
S 2 */l7/82 A 
H 2 */21/e2 A 


4 

20 

4 


U G33 
N 

E 


H 2 <J/21/82 A 
H 2 10/15/82 B 


6 
2 


P N 

P F H45 


H 2 3/26/92 A 


I 


F H45 


H 2 7/18/82 E 


2 


P F 330 


H 2 2/28/82 E 


2 


P F H45 


H 2 1/29/82 3 


5 


N 


H 2 11/10/82 C 


5 


N 


H 2 3/27/82 A 


4 


L 


H 2 3/12/82 A 

H 2 a/ib/ez A 


5 
4 


L 

L 


H 2 7/27/82 A 


4 


L 


H 2 11/27/82 A 


10 


N 


H 2 1/20/82 A 
S 2 2/20/82 A 
S 2 4/10/82 A 
H 2 5/23/82 C 
H 2 6/12/12 A 
H 2 8/31/82 3 
H 2 9/18/82 3 
H 2 12/13/82 B 
S 2 12/13/82 C 


1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 


N B81 
P F 008 
N 

N S5l 
N S51 
N 551 
N 381 
N 
N 


H 1 12/01/82 8 


1 


N 


S 2 11/05/32 


2 


P U C09 


H 2 U/02/92 a 


q 





H 2 9/05/82 B 
S 2 9/16/82 3 
H 2 9/19/82 a 


3 

1 
5 


F S91 

F P55 
N 


S 2 10/08/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 1/07/82 C 


1 1 


> F 330 


H 2 11/19/82 


7 P U W66 


H 2 4/08/82 3 5 
H 2 4/09/82 C 5 
H 2 4/10/82 A 12 
H 2 5/13/82 C 22 
H 2 7/07/92 A 9 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H I 12/18/82 B 
H 1 12/21/82 B 


I 
1 


N 
N 


H 2 1/26/82 3 
H 2 3/07/82 B 
S 2 3/11/82 C 


2 N 

5 P F S91 

2 ° F Die 


S 2 9/07/82 A 


4 


L 


S 2 8/07/82 A 13 


R 


H 2 12/30/82 A 


4 


L 



H N T H L Y / 4 NJ^U^A^L _ \>^^^OJ,l 



i?ip5?;P5l^cTiy-A5gl^\JS5FfLriiLHES.ON04r 
LOWEIY. L. HAROLD (LAKE MACCAMijil .c^rc.Tno 

P^S^NT: !=g^i?%,5?i;§?\3lJ?ySo RACKETEERING CHARGES 
iSSIoffri'^ASof J"l§s's?kipE85' |«ECOLCOR CONVICTS 
COLCOR FIGURE CONVICTED OF THREE DRUG CHARGES 

'■"""''l ii5RHAH''SEN''cHARGED -ITH HAVING LOTTERY TICKETS 

'-""""^RChIrS plan rally TO PROTEST JAILING OF REV. 

'-°'°''^gE'°OVING' IS ASHRAM PROJECT MESSAGE 

LU3ANS. JOHN JR. _ „„^_ 
DUKE FILLS LIBRARY POST 
CUBANS GETS LIBRARY POST 

^""TT'p^STilT^SrSISEi??^ NEAR PCB LANDFILL 

LUB6CK. ETHEL MAE CLEMENTS 
OBITUARY 

'""'■'^CHARACTERS: DOWNTOWN HAS HAD ITS SHARE 

'■""'oEs'lTE LIKELY OROP IN RATINGS, HOLLAND NUMBER ONE AT U. VA. 

LUCAS. JOHN H. SR. (EOUCATORI 
LUCAS RECEIVES DEGREE 

LUCAS. JOHN JR. 'BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

'i'iin iS7'J^?"''turSik'3ROERS TREATMENT PERIOD^ „„ „^^ ^„^ 
CURTIS HUNTER: ONE NICE GUY WHO FINISHES FIRST ON AND OFF THE. . 
BULLETS' LUCAS AWOL AGAIN 
LUCAS: I OWE SOME DUES 

ilScAs'-^itSRNf ip^iS'^KIPPING FRIDAY PRACTICE 

LUCAS. JOHN OLIVER CiURLINGTONl 

THREE KILLED IN ALAMANCE WREC< 

I hTK^V* RQPEPT a« 

"lUCKEY heads jazz PROGRAM AT MCCU 

"-"^^"liTRA^CITY TRAFFIC EAST-WEST FEAR 
SPEAKERS BACK NIGHT BUSES 
pcgPLF'S ALLIANCE OPPOSES CENTER °L AN 
GROUP OROPS EXPRESSWAY FIGHT 

LUGAR. LAWRENCE E. 
rtOQNG MAN 

'-"'^^"ourhaS'Iusinessmen look to th? future with opti-ism 
'"""'"'cfficial^at'unc-g goofs; oocu-ents are thrown away 

LUNOE. ANDERS S. 

GOVERNMENT STATISTICS APE VITAL 

LUNN. nOBEPT 0. JR. OR. . , , 

DUKF MAKES MED CENTER PROMOTIINS 

LUNSFQPD. AMOS LEE 
OBITUARY 

LUNSFORO* MARK „^^,_ 

UNC FANS. ITS COACH NOT SO PERFECT 

LUMSFORD. WILLIAM HENRY 
OBITUARY 

LUNSFORO, WILLIE C. 

OBITUARY 

LUSTER, SHERwri RENE 

COU°T UPHOLDS CONVICTIONS , ,., 

DURHAM CASE PROMPTS N.C. ENTRIPMENT RULING 

LUTHFR, NEAL 

LUTHER TO SING WITH GROUP 

LuThER, WINNIE 3URKE 
OBITUARY 

UYALL, MARSH (BURLINGTONJ 

SCHOOL AUDITORIUM RENOVATION EYED 

LYFRLY, FLAINE AND CHERYL (CHARLOTTEI „ , „ ,,^^^.. 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 3USINE5S QPE'ATED BY TWO SISTERS 
P.R. FIRM FOUNDED BY TWO SISTERS GROWING FAST 

LYERLY, WALTER (KINSTONI 

FIDPLER PLAYS COUNTRY C CLASSICS 

LYMAN, RPBFRT F, IKNOWVILLE, TENN.I 
INOY CARS TOO FRAGILE 

'"''^'"bUOM^LYNAM says... I SUPPORT ! ON STEPHENS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

LYNCH,^E0WIN^.H,LLSB0R0UGH,^^_ . . AT THE LYNCH FAMILY ESTATE 

^""^"cnS^Rf^RE^i^ls Inmate access t, records 

LYNCH. MARK 



M E S 


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


H 2 6/10/R2 A 
H 2 5/21/R2 B 
H 2 10/09/82 A 


6 N 
1 N 
1 N 


H 2 7/30/n2 A 1 N 
H 2 8/15/P2 A 1 M F G53 
H ' 8/2T/02 A 1 N 
H 2 ll/lT/32 B 5 N 
H 2 U/23/52 4 9 N 
H 2 ll/Z'-/I^Z A 1 N 
H 2 11/25/82 A 23 N 
S 2 11/25/82 C 26 N 
H 2 12/13/82 A 1 N 


H 2 10/16/82 B 


5 N 


H 2 6/16/82 B 


4 N 


H 2 1/02/82 A 


9 P F 


H 2 9/1S/B2 B 
S 2 9/18/82 A 


1 N 

2 N 


H 2 9/16/82 A 


1 P N H60 


H 2 5/14/82 C 


8 


H 2 10/D3/82 C 


1 P U L57 


H 2 3/02/82 B 


3 P N 


S 2 11/16/B2 C 


6 N 


S 2 1/19/32 3 
H 2 1/21/82 
COURT H 2 2/1A/82 3 
H 2 3/19/82 C 
H 2 11/11/82 C 
S 2 12/11/82 A 
H 2 12/12/82 B 


2 P N 

1 N 

1 P F M71 

2 N 

1 U M71 
9 N 
a N 


H 2 12/05/82 C 


1 N 


S 2 9/23/82 A 


15 N 


H 2 3/25/82 A 
H 2 4/30/82 a 
S 2 5/17/82 C 
H 2 11/10/82 A 


I N G53 
1 P N S5l 
I N 
1 N 881 


H 2 U/27/82 A 


4 L 


S 2 6/25/82 C 


1 N C42 


H 2 1/15/82 C 


5 N 


H 2 5/21/82 A 


5 L 


H 2 6/06/82 C 


5 N 


H 2 12/02/82 A 


16 


H 2 2/21/82 B 


2 L 


H 2 3/25/82 C 


16 


H 2 5/06/82 A 


19 


H 2 1/20/82 C 
S 2 10/07/82 C 


7 N 
9 N 


S 2 9/01/32 A 


14 P N 


H 2 11/01/82 B 


9 


H 1 12/11/82 B 


1 N 


H 2 7/17/82 A 
H 2 10/10/82 E 


5 F 
10 N 


H2 3/01/82 A 


8 N 


H 2 6/06/82 


4 L 


H 2 5/20/82 A 


22 P A 


M 2 3/26/32 D 


1 P F 


H 2 3/03/82 B 


5 N 



■■MIIIIIIIHMIHaHi^^H^H^^HHi 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/82 - 12/31/92 



T4X COLLECTIONS TOP PROJECTT ON S 

M.C. RECESSION PUTS BRAKES ON rax COLLECTIONS 

OFFICIALS SAY TAX EVASION MAY BE EASY 

STATE SAYS SELLING OF TAX REFJNOS ILLEGAL 

TOUGHER N.C. TAX PENALTIES URS EO 

REFUNDS SLOW GROHTH OF N.C. TJX REVENUES 

N.C. "EVENUE FIGURES IMPROVE 

HUNT PLANS 'lOPE N.C. SPENDING CUTS 

REVENUE SECRETARY TO SPEAK 

lynch: N.C. TAX COLLECTION PI<:e NOT ENOUGH 

N.C. COURT GIVES RULING IN TAX CASE 

STATE TAX REVENUES SHY OF BUDGET'S EXPECTED RATE 

LYNCH. STEVE 

APC STORE WORKERS SEEK RAISE, CHANGES 

aURNEO SWELL 



NAMES 



l>AGE l^S 
1/17/B3 



LYNN. CY 

TURNED-OVER OIRT HAD AN OILY, 



LYNN. LOOETTA 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: SPECIAL EVENT 

LYNN. WAYLON EVERETTF 
OBITUARY 

LYON. Catherine husketh 

OBITUARY 

LYON. ERMEST H. 
OBITUARY 

LYON. REGINALD OTTO 
LYON ELECTED 

LYON. RICKI F. 

STUDENTS NEED TRAINING 

LYON. "ICKY 

HAN CHAPGED .ilTH BREAKING INTO STORE 

POLICE CHARGE MAN IN GROCERY 3REAK-IN 

2 AORESTEO IN ABDUCTION OF BLIND MAN 

POLICE ARREST Z SUSPECTS IN KIDNAPPING. ROBBERY 

LYONS. CAROLYN 

2 ARRESTED IN THEFT OF STEREO 

LYONS, CLARENCE 
OBITUARY 

LYONS. FLOYD LEE 
OBITUARY 

LYONS, HIAWATHA 
GBI^UARY 

LYONS. JOSEPH FARL 
OeiTuARY 

LYONS, PATRICIA 

POLICE ARREST 3 

LYONS. PAUL 

MAN IS SHOT 

LYONS, SHARON 

MAN CHASES 3 INTRUDERS FROM HOME 

LYONS, WILLIAM HENRY 

POLICE MAKE ARREST IN DEATH 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED IN SLAYING ON PROCTOR ST. 

MAAFO, E. VICTOR 

MAAFO PRESENTS ECONOMICS PAPER 

"AC, BILLY 

YOUNG ACTOR KNO'JS HIS CRAFT 

MACBAIN, RALPH A. (BOONE) 

N.C. "AN KILLED IN TENN. HR£C< 

MACOONALO, GLEN (GREENSBORO) 

UNC STUCENT RECEIVES GRANT 

"ACDONALO, JEFFREY R. TR. 

MAC30NALD SEEKS NEW TRIAL 

^ii"'AB^iit^livlE^"3Y"JSSSrhSL?N^G' '° "'^" '°'" '''^"""^ 

MACOONALO BAIL TQ BE RE'lUESTE'^ 

BOIL REQUESTED FOR MACDONALD 

BJIL IS SOUGHT FOR MACDONALD 

MACOONALD CASF REOPENED BY FBI 

,'r^£?j;f''l,""'"E AGAINST BAIL = OR MACDONALD 

LAWYERS SEEK ?AIL FOR MACDONALD 

i^fSit^ COURT DENIES BAIL FOR MACDONALD 

MACOO»IALD DENIED BAIL 

"''PENSION ARGUED IN MACD0NAL3 CASE 

MACDONALD HAS APPEAL HEARING 

COUPT UPHOLDS MACDONALD CONVI'TION 

".r%2i'li\:°^'"^ ^^-'^ '"'EW TRIAL IF APPEAL REFUSED 

ATTEMPTS REPORTED MADE TO KILL PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR 

"ACDDNALD, JIM (VOICE OF MICKEY MOJ SE ) 
AT 76, HE SPEAKS FOR MICKEY 

MACDONALD, .^AOE 

4FTFR 3^ vfias, 



A FINAL SEASON: MACDONALD RETIREMENT NEAR. 



•"ACE, "FATPICE PLEASANTS 

OBITUARY 

"ACE, DWIGHT LEE (HOLOEN BEACH) 

5 MFN ENTER GUILTY PLEAS IN POT CASS 

MACE, WILLIA" HALLIE 
OBI TUARY 

MACK, CHARLES MANUEL 
OBI TUARY 

MACK, CONNIE 

BULLS TELECAST DRAWS WELL; 

MACKEY, DARRELL (CUMBERLAND CO.) 

FIRED PRISON EMPLOYEE WINS N. 



N E 

P 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



DATE 

1/23/B2 
2/25/92 
3/01/a2 
3/1^/02 
4/16/82 
4/2T/82 

9/21/B2 
10/12/92 
ll/2'5/92 
12/09/92 
12/22/92 



S I 

E L 
C PG L 

3 
1 
1 



I 

25 

1 



P N 



ACK'S FLAGS UNDERSCORED 
COURT RULING 



H 2 11/25/92 B ION Lil 

H 2 9/17/92 A 1 P N L30 

H 2 7/23/82 D 6 P N 

H 2 2/21/92 C 4 

H 2 ',/2<,/82 C 10 

H 2 7/16/82 C 6 

S 2 12/10/82 A 7 N 

H 2 4/03/92 A 4 L 



H 2 1/19/82 3 1 

S 2 1/19/82 A 5 

S 2 4/26/92 C I 

H 2 4/28/92 A 10 



S 2 3/12/B2 A 3 N 

H 2 1/20/82 C 5 

H 2 5/30/82 C 6 

H 2 4/23/B2 C 11 

H 2 10/30/82 C 4 

S 2 7/06/82 B 1 N 

H 2 10/05/B2 B 9 N 

S 2 6/21/82 A ID N 



S 2 11/17/92 C 1 N 
H 2 11/13/82 C 16 N 



S 2 3/05/92 A 3 N 

S 2 4/15/82 D 3 P F B71 

H 2 10/13/82 A 12 N 

S 2 3/03/P2 A 9 N 



H 2 10/02/92 3 5 N 

H 2 4/01/92 A 1 P N 

H 2 4/01/F2 D 6 N 

H 2 4/02/92 A 4 E 

H 2 4/02/82 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 4/02/82 A 10 N 

S 2 4/06/82 A 1 N 

H 2 4/07/52 A U N 

H 2 4/16/P2 A 2 N 

S 2 4/21/92 A 2 N 

H 2 5/01/82 A 5 N 

S 2 5/03/82 A ION 

H 2 5/04/92 A 13 N 

H 2 5/25/92 A 9 N 

H 2 6/10/92 C 12 N 

H 2 9/1T/92 A 1 P N 

S 2 12/13/92 A 1 P N 

H 2 12/25/92 A 5 N 



H 2 10/23/92 C 1 P F H49 

H 2 11/2B/92 3 5 P F C36 

H 2 10/30/92 C 4 

H 2 6/10/92 A 21 N 

H 2 11/17/92 C 7 

H 2 5/16/92 C 4 

M 2 10/10/92 3 12 U M71 

H 2 7/21/92 A 3 N 



MONTHLY/AN 



N U A L 
1/01/B2 



INDEX 
U/31/82 



N » H E S 



s 

6 

C PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



PACE 1''6 
1/17/83 



3Yt 



XACKOVlCt JOHN 

a cowboy watches closely 

""■'"^manaPr'^of'^Itcre in city sccuscO of embezzlement 
cahoy bars are stolen from of=ice 

maclean, phillip curt ( murray sv ill? . cal.) 
man wanted in rtb9eries arrested 

"acleish. archibald 

a pro'jo citizfn-poet 

"acon, william g. jr. ihendepsonl 
woman charged with hit-run 



MACQUEEN. J. M. 
FOR WOMENi 



lEFLiND) 

RAW DEAL CONTINUES 



"AOOEN. DAVID lOUKF PROFESSOR) 

DUKE MINI-COMPUTER TESTS RECALLi 



WRITING RECOGNITION 



"SDOOX, GEORG| gp gp CENTER ON AGING ,,.,^„ 
DUKE TAPS COHEN AS NEW DIRECTOR OF AGING CENTER 

MADDRY. JAMES A. 

WE NEED SMARTER PLANNERS 

MAODRY. MAGGIE LEE FARMER 

MAGGIE MADRY, 78. DIES 
D5ITUARY 

"AODRY. SUSAtl T. 

THINK 3EFCRF VOTING 

"ADDRY. THOMAS E. SR. 

ZONING RULES UNFAIR 

-AOISON. OnLL|Y^ HONORS FAMOUS NORTH CAROLINA WOMEN 

"ADISON. LESLIE F. IREIOSVILLE) 

OBITUARY 

MAGGS, AMANDA ALLEN 

FOUR TIE IN TWO WRECKS 
NO CHARGES PRESSED IN 2 

"AGUIRE, LYNN A. DR. 

* JOIN FORESTRY SCHOOL 

"AH, ANNA 

INVESTMENT KEY TO PURCHASE 
RESTAURANT OWNER BUYS OUT PARTNER 

-•AHALEY, M. STEPHEN JR. DR.ICHAPEL HILLI ,,^ ,, 
IHTERFERON TO BE USED ON BRAIN TUMOR PATIENTS 

MAHON. DENNIS AND "ARY 

PAI3 AWAKENED WHEN INTRUDER SITS ON BED 

DAHOMEY, ECwARO P. OR. 

DUKE PROFESSORS FEATURED IN SERIES 



FATAL ACCIDENTS 



■-AINS. THO-AS F. JP, 
SO YOU WANT TO 



IHOLLYWOOD, 
?E A STAR? 



MAJIED. ARNETT ABDUL 

L^CIL MUSLIMS I'BLACK' 



I PURSU; AMERICAN IDEAL 



"'■'""hoIpItal "ILLS WILL RISE WITH HEALTH CAPE CUTS 
HOSPITAL GETS TOUGH ON DEBTORS 

'''''°''MAjflRs'"sECURE. DESPITE LACKLUSTER RECORD AT UT 
BUTTERFLIES SIGNAL MAJORS' ANTICIPATION 
SOME "AJORS STEPS 

MAKER* JOHN 

HIS DEFT TOUCH BRIGHTENED THE PAPER 



•"AKER. JULIA EL5M0RE 
WIFE :F •HERALD- 



COPY EDITOR 1 lES 



"ALEFYT, CALVIN S. OEwAAL DR. 

MINISTER RECALLS CENSORED SERMON IN MOSCOW 

MALLOY, JOHN H. 
OBITUARY 

"ALOIY. G. M. 0. OR. 

DUKF TO AWARD 6 HONORARY DEGREES 
DUKE TO GIVE 6 HONORARY DEGREES 

MALONE. C. C. "BUDOY" ^. , 

DEPUTIES FAIL TO SERVE malONE' S SUBPOENAS 

DURHAM OEPUTIFS PONOE" SUBPOENAS MYSTERY 

MALONE LOSES fFFQRT TO DUASH EVIDENCE 

MALONE'S CONVICTION APPEAL SUTED FOR TRIAL ON MARCH B 

STATE SEEKS TO OISOUALIFY MALJNE'S LAWYFRS IN OU I 

JUDGE RULES FOR MALONF'S P«Rr:ERS ^„, 

MALONE ALLOWED TO KEEP PARTNERS AS HIS LAWYFRS 

MALON^'S LAWYERS WITHDRAW IN ",UI CASE . ^ ,„„„„„„ 

MALONE WILL APPEAL CONVICTION OF DRUNKEN DRIVING TOMORROW 

JUDGE POSTPONES TRIAL IN MALONE JUI APPEAL 

MALONE CASE CONTINUED UNTIL MAY 17 ,,,.„., 

DURHAM LAWYER PrSES 'FASHIONABLE' OUESTION 

MJL^NE'S PARTNERS BACK ON CASE 

MALONF WANTS DUI PLEA BARGAIN 

LAW STUDENTS FIGHT TIG EXAM LOSE ON APPEAL 

OIS''ISSAL JF STUDENTS' SUIT U'HELO 

MALON= WANTS PLEA BARGAIN TC ^E JPHELD 

MALONE LOSES CLAIM TO PLEA BAJGAIN 

MALONE TRIAL OPENS 

HUNG JURY ENDS -"ALONE'S TRIAL 

JURY DEADLOCKED IN malONE'S T5IAL 

STATE BAR WANTS LAWYER DISCIPLINED 

DURHAM LAWYER SUSPENDED 

BAR ASSOCIATION SUSPENDS MALONE 

MALONE TRIAL BEGINS „,„, 

MALONE CASE ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

HALON='S NEW TRIAL BEGINS 

2H0 MISTRIAL DECLARED IN MAL0>4E CASE 



H 2 1/24/92 a 2 



H 2 1/02/82 A I 
S 2 l/0<./"2 A 6 



F S91 
N V0 5 



S 2 1/23/B2 A 15 N 

H 2 4/23/32 A A E 

H I 4/0S/82 B I N 

H 2 6/13/92 4 L 

S 2 11/27/32 A3 N M23 



H 2 5/14/82 B 1 P N 
S 2 5/14/82 A 9 N 



H 2 11/27/82 A 4 L 



S 2 12/14/92 C 1 Q 
H 2 12/15/82 C 9 1 



H 2 10/21/82 A 5 L 

H 2 10/20/82 A 5 L 

S 2 3/04/92 D 3 N 

H 2 3/20/92 A 8 



S 2 9/22/82 A I P N E05 
H 2 9/23/82 6 1 N A54 



H 2 12/09/82 C 10 



S 2 10/19/92 A 1 
H 2 10/20/82 a 5 



H 2 5/31/82 B 7 

H 2 lD/16/92 a 5 

S 2 1/07/82 3 1 

S 2 4/01/82 3 4 



M A15 
N =71 



H 2 3/28/92 D 1 R = A20 



S 2 2/09/82 A 1 N S83 
H 2 11/11/32 8 1 N 



S 2 5/11/82 D 1 P U 018 
H 2 3/31/82 B 2 F S9l 
5 2 9/01/32 B 2 P U 019 



H 2 3/29/92 D 5 U H55 

H 2 2/03/92 A 13 

H 2 3/29/82 A 9 o F A20 

H 2 9/15/92 A 11 



H 2 


4/28/82 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


5/01/82 


A 


17 


N 




H 2 


2/16/32 


3 


I 


N 


951 


S 2 


2/ 6/»2 


A 


o 


M 




H 2 


2/ 7/82 


a 




N 


951 


S 2 


2/ 7/82 


C 


15 


N 




H 2 


3/04/92 


A 


14 P 


N 




S 2 


3/04/82 


C 




N 




H 2 


3/05/92 


3 




N 




H 2 


3/09/92 


3 




N 


981 


S 2 


3/09/93 


C 




N 




H 2 


3/11/92 


A 




N 




S 2 


3/11/92 


c 




N 




H 2 


3/17/92 


3 




N 


951 


H 2 


3/31/92 


B 




N 




H 2 


5/05/92 


B 




N 


= 51 


H 2 


5/05/82 


B 




N 


G53 


S 2 


5/05/92 


c 


24 


N 




S 2 


5/05/92 


c 




N 




H 2 


5/18/92 


3 




N 


'51 


H 2 


5/19/92 


A 




N 




H 2 


5/21/92 


2 




N 


951 


S 2 


5/21/92 


A 




N 




S 2 


5/C3/92 


c 




N 




H 2 


9/20/92 


9 




N 


351 


S 2 


9/29/92 


A 




N 




S 2 


10/04/92 


c 




N 




S 2 


10/05/92 


A 




N 


F30 


H 2 


10/J5/92 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


10/06/82 


6 


4 


N 


351 



■HHMHHM 



MONTHLY/A 



M N U A L 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



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1/17/83 



3R0 MILONE our TRIAL STARTS 

KiLONe TRIAL TESTIMONY 9EGINS 

MALONF CONVICTED ON ORIVPIG CHARGE 

LAWVE" FOUND GUILTY 

CDRRECTION 

MALGNE FACES THIRD TRIAL 

MALONE. DOTTI E. 

DURHAM TEENAGER ARRESTED IFTE? DOWNTOWN CAR CHASE 

MALONE. THOMAS i. OR. 

WYNGAARDEN MAY »EPLACE FORMER CENTRAL POOF AT NIH 

MANCHESTER, MICHAEL SCOTT ILOW GAP) 
2 ESCAPE FROM N.C. PRISON 
TWO ESCAPE FROM PRISON UNIT 
TWO ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

MANOA, CHRISTINE 

MANDA CHOSEN TO PARTICIPATE IN WORKSHOP 

BOOK FAIR PUTS SCIENCE WITHIN REACH OF CHILDREN 

CHILDREN MAKE ANIMAL FRIENOS 

MANOAL. JAY ( INDIAI 

INDIAN TOURS WORLD 8Y BIKE 

"ANESS. FLARY RICE 
OBITUARY 

MANESS. PON (ATLANTA. GA.I 

EX-THUNDERBIRO PILOT RECALLS 

MANESSF, 6. M. 

FOLKS AROUND H| 



ULTIMATE FLYING' 
THE WAY THINGS ARE 



MANGOLD, SYLVIA PILMACK 

NEW YORK PAINTER TO DISCUSS HER ART 
LYRICAL MOOn IN MANGOLD SHOW 

MANGUM, ALTON 

•HOT- WIRING: DUKE POWER: THEFTS COSTLY, DANGEROUS 

MANGUM, ?. C. (PERSON COUNTY) 

MANGUM, FORMER N.C. FARM OFFICIAL 

MANGUM, BRUCE 

EDWARDS TELLS OF GUNMAN'S HAMMER CLICK 

MANGUM, CLARENCE D. 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM, CONLEY COPIAH) 

FIRE DEPARTMENT SUPPORT IS CITED 

MANGUM, ELIZABETH PORTER (SILER CITY) 
A REMINDER 

MANGUM, EMMA (ROXBORO) 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM, ISAAC JONES 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM, JAMES BERNICE (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM, JA"ES E. 
uSITUARY 

MANGUM, L. C, 

STORM DAMAGE 

MANGUM, LENA WILKINS 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM, LULA 

CHRISTMAS MEMORIES 

MANGUM, MARTIN HARRIS 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM, MAXIME YOUNG 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM, MICHAEL S. (EDEN) 

N.C. MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON 

MANGUM, POSA GREEN 
OBITUARY 

MANGUM. TONY (DURHAM FIREMAN! 

FOUR FIREMEN, CITIZEN HURT IN DURHAM WRECK 

MANLEY, JOHN R. REV. (CHAPEL HILL! 
BAPTISTS WILL MEET NEXT WEEK 

HUNT PRAISES BLACK CLERGYMAN; SIDESTEPS ISSUE OF PCB LANDFILL 
GOVERNOR DROPS IN ON GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION >-»'^u'-'i-L 
BAPTIST NAME NEW PRESIDENT 

MANN, AL JR. 

DANGEROUS JSSH 

MANN. EDCIE (CHAPEL HILL) 

BRAVE NEW WHRLD! THE MONEY MARKET ACCOUNTS BEGIN A NEW ERA FOR BANKS. 
MANN. JOE 

ENERGY COMES FROM HARD WORK 

MANN. JOHN (HENDERSON) 

VANCE RESIDENTS URGED TO REMAIN CALM 

MANN. «IMSEY 

BLUE BELL CHIEF BACKED 

MEW PRESIDENT IS SELECTED FOR BLUE BELL 

MANN. MYRTLE ANDREWS 
OBITUARY 

MANN. PEGGY 

COOKBOOK: IT OFFERS DISHES WORTHY OF PRIDE 

PEGGY MANN'S COOKBOOKS FIND A PERMANENT HOME AT THE LIBRARY 

PEGGY MANN'S MEMORY SHINES 

MANN. SANORA ( SANFORO ) 

TEEN IS KILLED IN WRECK AFTER YOUTH ELECTROCUTED 

MANN. STEVEN BERNARD 



N E 
P 



DATE 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



S 2 lO/ia/BJ C 1 N 

S 2 10/19/R2 C I N F30 

S 2 10/20/82 A 1 N 

H 2 ID/21/n2 B 1 N 951 

H 2 10/22/82 BAN 

H 2 10/19/82 A ID N 351 



H 2 7/25/82 A 4 N 
H 2 l/2i/a2 A 10 P N 



S 2 3/12/82 A 2 
H 1 d/l3/P2 3 1 
H 2 9/19/82 3 3 



S 2 1/15/82 C 3 N 

S 2 3/12/92 8 1 P F J06 

S 2 './06/82 B 1 P N A15 



H 2 7/25/82 A 13 N 

H 2 7/18/82 C 2 

S 2 1/22/92 CBN 

H 2 3/17/82 a 1 U 



H 2 3/28/82 A 9 N 

H 2 4/09/82 D 9 R 068 



H 2 11/27/82 A 3PM L41 

H 2 10/21/82 A 22 P 

H 2 4/23/82 A 1 » N 951 

H 2 4/07/82 C 5 

H 1 3/31/82 B 1 N L30 

H 1 6/23/82 B 1 P P 

H 2 3/19/82 C 9 

H 2 11/06/82 B 6 

H 2 9/08/82 8 8 

H 2 5/04/82 B 8 

S 2 1/04/82 C I P P R91 

H 2 11/30/82 8 9 

S 2 12/23/82 D 2 P F B71 



H 2 1/26/82 B 7 

H 2 11/15/82 B 7 

H 2 3/04/82 E 12 

H 2 8/17/82 C 4 



S 2 12/09/82 A 1 P N F30 



H 2 10/23/32 A 6 P N 

S 2 10/27/82 A 1 N S83 

H 2 10/29/82 A 1 N A20 

H 2 10/30/92 A 6 P P C56 



H 2 5/12/82 A 4 L 

H 2 12/12/82 9 F L41 

H 2 10/31/82 E 15 P F G78 

H 1 5/20/82 B 1 N 



H 2 5/30/92 A 21 
H 2 9/30/82 A 10 



H 2 4/23/92 C 11 



H y Z/ZS/^Z C 1 » F B30 
S 2 ll/lD/92 C 1 P F J06 
H 2 12/03/92 A 4 E 



H 2 6/13/92 A I 



X6*0- 



MONTHLY/* 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



PAGE I'S 
1/17/63 



PRISONER ESCAPES FROH COURTROJM 
OFFICIALS LOOKING FOR CCURT ESCAPEE 
DURHAH PSOS CATCH ESCAPEE 
ESCAPEE BACK IN DURHAM JAIL AFTER 2 JEEKS 

"'""'fOrSeiS'^OUKE PUBLICIST MANN AMTNG 4 CHOSEN TO M.C. HALL 
PaOMOTICN L«NDS TED MANN IN HALL 

JSSc^'SA^N^^rrOPK^S^Ks'pSJ'f PERMANENT HOME AT THE LIBRARY 
PEGGY MANN JJARO WINNER 

MANN. !CLA SMITH 
OBITUARY 

MANNING. OAVID ANO SUZANNE WHITE 

lir^l'^h^P lf^!il'j\iT4l ^Si^H^Nl^l IN SYNERGIC SHOW 
SYNERGIC OANCE 

-ANNING. JAMES H. 

YOU JUST MAY NOT READ THIS 

MANNING. JIM 

PLANETARIUM CLOSES TO UPDATE „,,.„^ .».., uedc 

IN CASE YOU'RE WONDERING WHY YOU'RE STILL HERE. . . 

MANNING. JOHN TAYLOR ...ttvc 

MANNING. LAWYER. CHAPEL HILL NATIVE 

maNS»ACm. CHARLES M. II ^„,,„.,, 

WHY SONS CHOSE SOCCER OVER fq^tball 

"'"='^^^CjH22"^VS^Efef! RECEIVE HONORS 



MANSFIELD. 

"BE ' 



PATRICE 
CLOWN. BE 



A CLOWN. 



"'"^^□ipiCIALs'oPTIMISTIC ABOUT 0U< E SCHOOL 
P'OGSAM'S FUTURE 3RIGHTER 

MANSFIFLO. WANDA JAYNE ILEWISTONI 
WOMAN RECEIVES AWARD 

MANSON.^FRANK^^^^^ TO START IN PERSON 

■""'•fo'^'d V.k'irL^,y THEFT CHARGE FILED 

MAMTYCH. E. H, (ZEBULONl 

FIVE MIGRANT WORKERS SUE ZE3UL0N FARMER 

""auRY.^^CARL H. 0^. ^ p^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ CHANCELLOR 
l"- SCHOOL DEAN ON LIST FOR NC CU CHANCELLORSHIP 

MABCANTONIO "AIMONOI 

EXHIBIT EXPLORES MYSTERY MAN 

ACKLANO SHOWS MAJOR EXHIBIT ON RAIMONDI 

-APCHASE. 3ICHAR0 ?. OR. 

3 OUK= RESEARCHERS GET 530. DOT GRANTS 
SCIENTISTS 5ET DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

MftOCIN. DENNY 

TAR HEELS KICK OFF ORACTICE SEASON 

MlBriN SEARrHES FOR PLAN TO STOP PITT'S MARINO 

UNC'S DEFENSIVE FRONT KEYS DRIVE TO NATION'S LEADERSHIP 

MARCTS. "^AVE 

sSolDERIn"f|ud''mIGHT SPARK BLAZE FOR SOUTHERN 500 

"'""'''hARCy''iS new principal OF CHAPEL HILL HIGH 
OFFICIALS SEEKING HIKE IN SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 



LEWIS OR. 

„ .^D ABUSE - 

JOBLESSNESS SPAWNS ABUSE 



'"°''"cilLD'"ABi5E^-'pE0IATRIClAN SEES LINK WITH UNEMPLOYMENT 



MARIN. CARLOS ". DR. 

4 JOIN FORESTRY SCHOOL 

MARIN, JACK 

TWO CANDIDATES TO APPEAR 

jiMFS ""RASsFrPREPARING TO ;NTER 2N0 DISTRICT RACE 

M-iNF'y COULD LURF MARIN INTO RACE FOR CONGRESS 

SPORTS FIGUOES "ULLING POLITICAL CAREER 

WATERS WON'T; MARIN MIGHT; GARDNER WILL 

2ND DISTRICT CAMPAIGN: WATERS OUT. GARDNER IN 

NCAE =ACKS "ICHAUX 

MARIN PLANS CONFERENCE TOMORROW 

3I0DY IN 2ND DISTRICT RACE ,.,,„,,^ 

MARIN ENTERS GOP RACE IN 2ND :^ISTRICT 

MARIN THROWING HIS NAME INTO ■; ECONO DISTRICT RACE 

NINE BECPLc FILE FOR CONGRESS ^„,,, „ 

2ND OISTRICT: GOP PRIMARY TO 3E LESS COSTLY 

MARIN'S PHILOSOPHY CENTERS ON INDIVIDUALISM 

MEETING THE PUBLIC ,„,,, 

CANDIPATES FOR CONGRESS FIELD QUERIES 

MARINS OP=N HO 

HEADQUARTERS OPFN .,.„, , 

MICHAUX leads in 2ND-DISTRICT SPENDING 

HICHAUX. 'AMSEY make 3IG LOANS TO CAMPAIGNS 

RFAGONOMICS DESERVES CHANCE. SAYS CANDIDATE 

FACFS FAMILIAR IN RARE RRIMARY 

MARIN LFADS OOP CONGRESSIONAL RJCE 

2ND OISTRICT PRIMARY AS CLOSE AS EXPECTED 

MICHAUX. VALENTINE LOOKING TO RUNOFF 

3ID0Y RUNOFF neciSION MAY dE -AOE MONDAY 

BIDDY'S DECISION ON RUNOFF AWAITED 

MARIN MAY BE WEALTHIEST IN 2N- 

BIDDY DECISION ON RUNOF^ OUE 3Y NOON TODAY 

ilOOY WCN'T SEEK RUNOFF WITH 'ARIN 

2ND primary: valentine SAYS Y^ S ; 9IDDY NO 

UNITED FRONT =LUOES DEMOCRA'S 

WADE HEADS MARPl DRIVE 

CLUB PLANS TO BACK JACK MARIN 

COMPUTER AGE HITS POLITICS 

CRANE SAYS TAX HIKE «ON'T PAS7 

MARIN GETS SUPPORT 



DATE 

3/16/82 
3/16/92 
3/31/92 
3/31/82 



P 3YL 



5/30/82 

5/31/92 

9/16/B2 

ll/n/82 



12/01/82 E 
3/31/82 A 



C52 
018 



J06 
S76 



9/30/32 
10/15/82 
12/31/82 



2 

12 

1 



F A15 
R L34 
F J66 



H 2 3/10/82 A 1 F S36 



1/08/82 
3/12/82 

8/25/82 
11/11/82 
10/23/92 

5/0T/82 



P F W66 



L 



20 
1 



H 2 './07/82 BIN W24 
S 2 ',/07/B2 A 7 N 



H 2 11/24/92 B 5 
H 1 3/2<./92 3 1 



H I 1/08/92 B 1 



H 2 5/04/82 B 



H 2 10/16/82 A 1 
S 2 10/16/82 A 2 



H 2 
S 2 



2/19/82 10 U G6a 
3/11/82 11 P N A15 



7/16/82 A 7 
7/17/82 A 13 



H 2 a/15/32 B ION C52 
S 2 3/25/P2 B 2 P y 018 
H 2 10/01/82 C 1 P F C52 



H 
H 


2 
2 


6/13/92 
9/06/82 


B 

a 


7 
2 f 


J 
N 


S91 
591 


s 

S 


2 
2 


4/27/82 
3/10/82 


A 
A 


7 
12 


N 

N 


M23 
M23 


H 

s 


2 

2 


3/24/92 
5/13/82 


B 
A 


4 

6 


J 

N 





H 2 12/09/82 C 10 



H 


7 


10/02/82 


H 


? 


2/20/82 


H 


7 


4/07/82 


H 


? 


4/23/82 


s 


7 


4/28/92 


H 


7 


5/01/92 


s 


7 


5/01/92 


H 


7 


5/05/82 


s 


7 


5/05/82 


H 


7 


5/06/92 


S 


7 


5/06/92 


H 


7 


5/07/82 


H 


1 


5/07/82 


H 


7 


6/06/82 


H 


7 


6/;i9/82 


S 


7 


6/ 6/82 


H 


7 


6/ 7/R2 


H 


7 


6/ 3/»2 


S 


7 


6/ B/»2 


H 


' 


6/22/32 


S 


7 


P/23/°2 


s 


7 


6/24/32 


H 


7 


6/27/92 


H 


7 


6/30/92 


S 


7 


o/30/°2 


H 


7 


7/01/82 


S 


7 


7/01/82 


H 


7 


7/02/82 


H 


7 


7/05/92 


H 


7 


7/06/92 


s 


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7/06/'2 


H 


7 


7/07/82 


H 


7 


7/29/»2 


S 


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3/07/92 


H 


7 


9/U/02 


s 


7 


a/12/"2 


H 


7 


3/14/82 


s 


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3/14/92 



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1/01/82 



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12/31/82 



NAMES 



PAGE 199 
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FLAHE5TV SEEKING TE'lATE 

FLAHEOTV CALLS FQR TE^ATE 

VALENTINE REFUSES TO DEBATE MASIN 

VALENTINE SAYS NO ^^ MARIN PE'ATE 

C4N0ir*AT£S TAKE T»IP TO T = XAS 

MARIN PAINTS STRONG LIBERAL VALENTINE LINKS 

STARTING TO STU"*? 

MARIN: Cut FECIE'AL SPENDING 

2ND DISTRICT OE^ATE hOULD MEL' THE VOTERS 

VANCE REPUBLICANS TO "EET 

MARIN NAMES COUNTY CAMPAIGN C^IEF 

GOP TP PUT tlO.noD INTO MARIN MOUSE 310 

MARIN, VALENTINE CL4SH 

VAL^^NTINE ITERATES REFUSAL TO DEBATE 

MARIN AMD VALENTINE ON THE BASKETBALL COURT ICARTOONl 

MARIN NAMES AIDES 

VALENTINE SCORES GOP 

VALENTINE SUPPORTS 55 MPH LIMIT 

BLACK REPUBLICANS BACK MARIN 

PEP TALK: MARIN SAYS GOP CAN GAIN SEATS 

MARIN VOICES OPTIMISM IN ELECTIONS 

ATHLETIC CAMPAIGN 

MARIN TO MEET I.ITH REAGAN 

MARIN BLASTS OEMS' CONTROL OF CONGRESS 

CANDIATES SAY GOVERNMENT MUST CUT SPENDING AND TAXES 

2ND DISTRICT CANDIDATES MEET AT ROXBQRO FORUM 

MARIN WANTS MORE GROWTH 

A MIX OF POLITICS AND ATHLETICS 

DURHAM REPUBLICANS 0E9ATE REAGAN VISIT 

2ND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: MARIN STAUNCH CONSERVATIVE. URGES MESSAGE 

C"BEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES 

REAGAN GETS BIG HURRAH IN N.C. 

MARIN. COREY AMONG CROWD WELCOMING REAGAN AT ROU 

REAGAN BOOSTS COBEY, MAPIN IN RALEIGH VISIT 

POLITICAL ADVERTISING HITS NAJSEATING LOW 

MARIN, VALENTINE BRUSH AT FORJM 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES ENDORSE NUCLEAR REDUCTION 

NORMAL POLITICS TURNS MURKY IN 2N0 DISTRICT 

C«MPAIGN OUESTIONS: U.S. HOUSE 

WRITE-IN EFFORT DOESN'T WORRY OTHER CANDIDATES 

CAMPAIGNING 

DURHA-'cONGRESs'^VOTE^' "°'^^^- "^"^ '^'^^ COBEY, EFFORT FOR WRITE-IN 

2N0 DISTRICT VOTING 

VALENTINE'S VICTORY STUNS DURHAM GOP 

CREAM RISES TO TOP IN CONGRESSIONAL RACE 

COUNTY WON'T <M IGNORED "ITTMAN 

MARINS SUED BY JOGGER CLAIMING ATTACK BY OOG 
MARINS' DOG PROMPTS SUIT 

MAOINO, CARMEN BERNICE (JACKSONVILLE! 
'SHE SURE HAS DONE ME ROTTEN" 
MAN WHO SERVED WIFE'S TERM wnS CUSTODY ROUND 

MARINO. OAN 

IT'S RUSH, RUSH, RUSH FOR HEELS' ANTI-MARINO PLAN 

MAPION. MELISSA 

MAP DEVELOPERS DUE CREDIT 

MARK. PETER OR. 

STEREOPHONIC TRUCK NOISE 

A PLAN TO PREVENT 'OE FACTO TJTERSTATE' 

MARKELL, MARY 

RESEAOCH AT NCCU 

ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS ANIMAL PROGRAM 

MARKHAM, 3E0IE BOWLING 
OBITUARY 

MARKHAM, BOB 

MAYOR OFFENDS VOTE ON NIGHT BUS SERVICE 
MARKHAM, CHARLES 

MAYOR DEFENOS VOTE ON NIGHT BJ S SERVICE 

CITY COUNCIL VOTES TONIGHT ON BUS CUTS 

COUNCIL STICKS 'lY VOTE ON BUS SERVICE 

NIGHT service: WILL BUS ISSUE COME BACK TO HAUNT MARKHAM? 

GRuUP SEEKS POSTPONEMENT TO END OF NIGHT BUS SERVICE 

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION REPORT DUE ON MONDAY 

BUS MEETING SCHEDULED WEONESD«Y 

LEADERS THINK PUBLIC WILL BUY CIVIC CENTER 

DUKE POWER TO SPEND t42,500 O'J BUS RIOERSHIP 

DUKE POWER HOPES TO SPUR =US 'lOERSHIP 

FEDERAL FUNDS COULD AID SYSTEM 

BUS GROUP SAID TOO LATE 

COUNCIL CONTRASTS PAINTED BY -ARKHAM 

^!;!S"!''*,'"E'-LS MERCHANTS OF FE"' ER AL I SM ' S CHALLENGE 

FREE ENTERPRISE WEEK 

MAYOR: STRATEGY SAVING OLD NORTH nuRHAM 

POINTING TO DETROIT 

MARKHAM NOW FIJLL PROFESSOR 

VOTE SHOULDN'T DELAY CENTER'S CONSTRUCTION 

CIVIC CENTER RETAIL SPACE TO 'E STUDIED 

DURHAM OFFICIALS LIKE GOOD NE'JS 

DEVELOPER, CITY OFFICIALS TO MEET 

MAYOR PLANS SPEECH TO HOUSING GROUP 

PANEL TO DISCUSS CIVIC CENTER PLAN 

MAYOR: CIVIC CENTER IS LONG-TERM INVESTMENT 

BOARD HONORS HUNTER 

HUNTER IS HONORED ON HIS DAY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

MOBILE "AYOR 

HALF THE WORK 

LOOKS SAFE TO ME 

MARKHAM: GOP MIGHT DO WELL IN DURHAM 

LEADERS: AIRPORT KEY TO AREA'S GROWTH 

A MONTH FOR FAMILIES 

WHITEHURST WILL HEAD TRIANGLE J 

RETIRING NCCU FACULTY MEM'IER TO BE HONORED NEXT WEEK 

SARCASM, BAD TIMING HURT CIVIC CENTER PLANS 

u?!25 ^S5,-^"5 CENTER PROJECT IGAINST 'HARBINGERS OF DOOM' 

MAYOR: MOVE BUILDING ^E^ORE CONDEMNING LAND 

CIVIC CENTER PROPERTY PLAN, SPEECH BRING COMPLAINTS 

SLUR? NOT ON YOUR OFOIPUS H<= x: 

rSXP" IlfS FUTURE FISCAL HEALTH TO DURHAM CENTER 

COOL APPRAISAL, NOT RANCOR, N=EOED 

MAYOR'S BOMBAST IGNORED SPE'"I=ICS 

DURHAM TO OBSERVE CITY OF MEDICINE WEEK 

MUCH HEAT, LITTLE LIGHT 

MAYOR SAYS CENTER FOES -ISTAKEN 

cf;^c"'c^E^T'E^^^^I^^s'iF^I'T?NG^'rc'lI^^'"^° ~°^ '' ^■''^^° 

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a/18/92 


C 


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H 2 


3/15/82 


A 


13 




N 


BBl 


S 2 


3/l<)/82 


A 


1 




N 


S83 


H 2 


3/2D/82 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


3/22/82 


A 


10 




N 




H 2 


3/27/82 


A 


1 




N 


W24 


H 2 


3/27/82 


3 


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P 


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S 2 


3/27/82 


C 


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S33 


H 2 


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2 




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9/03/82 


5 


1 




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H 2 


9/0A/fl2 


A 


3 




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H 2 


9/09/82 


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N 


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S 2 


9/l'./82 


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9/15/R2 


A 


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881 


H 2 


9/16/32 


A 


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9/16/82 


C 


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9/ 7/82 


A 


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881 


S 2 


9/ 7/82 


C 


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S93 


S 2 


9/21/32 


B 


10 




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H 2 


9/24/82 


9 


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N 


S51 


S 2 


9/2<./e2 


A 


10 




N 




H 2 


9/25/82 


A 


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P 


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M66 


H 2 


10/04/32 


A 


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N 




H 2 


10/05/82 


a 






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S 2 


10/05/32 


A 






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H 2 


10/36/32 


B 


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10/15/82 


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10/20/82 


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S 2 


10/21/82 


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10/24/82 


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10/28/82 


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10/26/32 


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946 


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10/26/82 


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N 


S83 


H 2 


10/27/32 


A 






N 


X43 


H 2 


10/29/82 


A 






L 




H 2 


10/29/82 


B 




P 


N 


981 


S 2 


10/29/82 


C 






N 


S83 


H 2 


10/31/82 


A 




P 


N 


981 


H 2 


10/31/'>2 







P 


F 




S 2 


11/01/32 


A 






N 


X16 


S 2 


11/02/32 


A 




P 


P 


CS6 


H 2 


11/03/82 


A 




P 


N 


B81 


H 2 


11/03/32 


A 


11 


C 


N 




H 2 


11/03/32 


A 


1 1 


c 


N 




S 2 


11/03/82 


A 


1 


p 


N 


S83 


S 2 


11/03/82 


A 


4 




e 




H 2 


11/04/32 


A 


1 




N 


381 


H 2 


11/06/32 


A 


3 




N 




S 2 


11/06/82 


A 


20 




N 




H 2 


9/02/82 


A 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


9/03/82 


A 


12 




N 





H 2 9/09/82 1 o F 591 
H 2 4/29/82 A 4 L 



H 2 4/02/82 A 4 
H 2 4/13/82 A 5 



H 2 


11/26/82 A 


4 




L 


S 2 


12/02/82 A 


4 




L 


H 2 


5/25/32 B 


8 







H 2 


1/01/82 B 


1 




N S51 


H 2 


1/01/32 B 


1 




N S51 


H 2 


1/04/32 B 


1 




N 


S 2 


1/05/32 A 


1 


P 


N K90 


H 2 


1/06/32 B 


1 


P 


N S51 


S 2 


1/11/82 A 


5 




N 


H 2 


1/ 6/92 A 


1 




N X23 


S 2 


1/ 3/82 A 


9 




N 


H 2 


1/20/32 A 


1 




N 931 


S 2 


1/ 1/82 A 


1 




N M19 


H 2 


1/22/82 9 


1 




N 


5 2 


1/26/32 B 


I 




N K90 


S 2 


1/28/32 C 


1 




N K90 


H 2 


1/29/82 B 


1 


P 


N F7B 


S 2 


1/29/82 A 


1 


P 


N S33 


S 2 


2/05/32 A 


6 


P 


P R9I 


S 2 


2/17/82 C 


I 




N K90 


S 2 


2/13/82 A 


14 


P 


P C56 


S 2 


2/13/02 C 


1 




N 


S 2 


3/16/82 A 


1 




N K90 


S 2 


3/19/82 A 


1 




N K90 


S 2 


3/22/82 A 


1 




N <90 


S 2 


3/24/°2 A 


1 




N K90 


S 2 


3/24/82 C 


17 




N 


H 2 


3/25/32 A 


19 




N S51 


S 2 


4/01/32 C 


1 




N S83 


H 2 


4/06/32 A 


3 





N 


S 2 


4/06/82 C 


I 





N 


H 2 


4/17/82 t 


1 





U 


S 2 


4/17/82 A 


3 


P 


P R91 


H 2 


4/ 9/52 A 


1 


P 


P T37 


S 2 


4/ 9/82 C 


1 


P 


P T37 


H 2 


4/21/82 A 


9 





J G5 3 


H 2 


4/25/R2 G 


5 


P 


N H60 


S 2 


5/04/82 e 


9 


P 


P C56 


S 2 


5/05/82 C 


p 




N 


H 2 


5/06/82 C 


10 




N 


S 2 


5/08/32 A 


4 




E 


H 2 


5/11/82 A 


I 




N S31 


S 2 


5/11/32 C 


1 




N K90 


H 2 


5/12/82 A 


1 




N S51 


H 2 


5/13/82 B 


1 




N S51 


S 2 


5/13/82 A 


4 


o 


J 


H 2 


5/16/32 A 


4 




E 


H 2 


5/21/32 A 


C 




L 


S 2 


5/22/82 A 


3 


p 


N 


H 2 


5/24/82 A 


4 




L 


H 2 


6/10/32 A 


1 




N S5l 


S 2 


6/10/32 A 


1 




N K90 


H 2 


6/ll/''2 A 


4 


Q 


J 


H 2 


6/11/82 3 


1 


P 


N X35 


H 2 


6/16/92 3 


1 


P 


N S51 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/32 



I N E X 
12/31/82 



MIR'CHAM SAYS: HIGHEP TAXES LKELY IF CENTER VOTE FAILS 

1AY0R APOLOGIZES FOR TAX REMA'KS 

j;lJ5SAi^TrNfl^'jJ?oJESTl"wA?J!"?NFLA-MATORY CAMPAIGN 

MARKHAM, OVA TRADE ^IMAL ^LOWS ON C!VIC CENTER 

rcMFR DFVFLOPCR. CITY CLASH OVER FIRM'S FEE 

MArJham COUNSELS PiTIFNCE FOR CIVIC CENTER OEVELQPERS 

BACK PAYMENTS ON CENTER CHALLrNGEO 

PFNNY PROPERTY MAY 3£ CONDEMNFO 

OURHAM MAY GET «'EJ FIRMS , „^ , 

THE MAY^R RESORTS TO CONDEMNATION THREAT 

RFOEVFLOPMENT LAW MAY BE ILLEGAL 

COUNCIL SAID WAITING FOR UNANIMITY 

NATIONAL FESTIVAL , ^.,^ ^„ r , t , c ^ 

MARKHAM TO JOIN FORUM ON CHALLENGE TO CITIES 

MASKMAM TO 5U»MIT REPORT ON HIS TRIPS 

^jAjJ^AS'slufBACKS CENTER DEVELOPER 

MAYOR SAYS HE'LL VOTE FOR CENTER DEVELOPER 

COUNCIL EXPECTED TO OK DEVELOPER 

MARKHAM PROVIDES NEEDED GUIDA'ICE 

MOBILE MgsSAGF 

SDITOPIALS ORAW MAYOR'S RESPONSE 

MARKHAM. PLEDGER 'lALK AT PROPOSAL TO SELL LAND 

5 NAMED TO SEEK MANAGER 

MARKHAM, DEVELOPER OISCUSS^CENTER PLANS 

FACTIONS PERMEATE TODAY'S CITY CQUNCIL 

CHARLES MARKHAM EATING HIS HO' OS (CARTOON) 

'"""co;NCIl''0ElIyS ACTION 2ND TIM" ON NEAL PROJECT 

'''""^"Soult'offspJ'ing often ignored in grieving process 
markham. mary lee johnson 

QOITUARY 

MAOKHAM. ROBERT ccriw.ri: 

FIGHT CONTINUES FOR NIGHT BUS SERVICE 



MARKS. MIKF 

MARKS JOINS UNC STAFF 

MARKWOROT. JOSEPH J. 
TWO HONORED 

"'"'"^NEw'LIFE^FaR FIRE-SCARRED WRIGHT MANSION 

MARLOW. BO=BY (BUNCOMBE CO.) 
HE STOOD OUT FROM CROWD 

'"""-°THeY"'oio''THEIR COURTING 'HANGING OUT' TOGETHER 

MARLOWE. WILLIAM 

TESTI-ONY GIVEN IN MURDER TRIAL 

MAROLOO. GEORGETTE K. (SEGUIN. TEXAS1 

PSYCHOLOGISTS CONCERNED ABOUT ANIMALS 

MARON.^jOSEPH^J.^^pp eXHIBITS SHOW ARTISTS' GROWTH 

"APR. JOSEPH (PALEIGHl 

THOUSANDS MURDERED IN IRAN 

MARSH, 3ARPARA RICHIE 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DUE AN APOLOGY 

MARSH. RSNOY LAMONT (PITTS80R01 

CHATHAM COUNTY YOUTH IN WRECK 



CHAIN TOLD 



"APSH. WILLIAM A. 

U.S. WILL HFLP MINORITY BUSINESSES. 
CFNTEP MAY AID MINORITY BUSINESS 

MARSHALL. CYNTHIA ALENE ( H I LL SBOR OU GH I 
OPANG= WOMAN DIES IN WRECK 
OBITUARY 

MARSHALL. OENNIS SHERALO (S.C.) 

ytfTivc OBJECTION KILLS PLFA BARGAIN 

JUDGE REJECTS NEGOTliTEO PLEA AFTER ROBPERY VICTIM COMPLAINS 

MARSHALL. JACK ALLEN (OLD HICKORY, TENN.I 
0?ITUARY 

MARSHALL. JOHN 

FoSS'sSpClVCRs'^sfoRM INTO H-S SEMIFINALS: TWO EX-CHAMPS LEFT 
YOUTH. EXPERIENCE MAIN INGREDIENTS FOR FINAL ROUND 

MARSHALL. JOHNNY CARL (HAMPSTEADl 

FIVE DIE IN N.C. TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 

MARSHALL. LUTHER HOWARD 

LAW OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN 2-COUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

MARSHALL. PETER 

ORGAN RECITAL SCHEDULED FOR SJNDAY 
HARPSICHORD RECITAL FRIDAY 

MARSHALL. ROGER L. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

MARSHALL. SHIRLEY (ORANGE CO.) ^„ 

SHIRLEY MARSHALL IS NEW ORANG" COMMISSIONER 

5 CANDIDATES FILE IN ORANGE RACES 

CANOIOATES TACKLE VARIETY OF ISSUES 

PACF UNITS =iACK THREE IN ORAN'.E 

NEW INDUSTRY SEEN AS TOP NEED IN, ORANGE 

EIGHT DEMOCRATS COMPETE FOR T^ ESS SEATS 

^5^S5E=JiTIVFs"LE'iS'?!5 RACE FO, ORANGE COMMISSIONERS 
MS. MARSHALL SPENDS MOST 

rfiSSl"D??ls"'siES'l'^liTl'^ii'6RANGE COUNTY BOARD 

DEMOCRATS WIN IN ORANGE 

?S5-fssit:'Nypf ^r1 "si^RN IN TODAY IN ORANGE 













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6/16/82 


A 




N 


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H 2 


6/I7/B2 


B 




N 


S51 


S 2 


b/lT/32 


A 




N 




S 2 


6/28/82 


A 




N 


K90 


H 2 


6/2''/B2 


e 




N 


S51 


S 2 


7/15/82 


A 




N 


K90 


S 2 


7/17/P2 


A 




N 


K90 


H 2 


7/20/82 


A 




N 


S51 


H 2 


9/01/82 


A 




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S 2 


<>/01/?2 


A 




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S33 


H 2 


<5/0<./82 


A 




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H 2 


9/36/82 


A 




N 


K9n 


H 2 


9/09/82 


A 




N 


S51 


S 2 


9/09/82 


C 


1 P 


p 


C56 


H 2 


9/1A/82 


P 




N 




5 2 


9/14/82 


A 




N 


K90 


S 2 


9/l<./82 


3 


5 P 


P 


C56 


S 2 


9/16/82 


A 




N 


K90 


H 2 


9/17/82 


H 


I P 


N 


S51 


S 2 


9/17/32 


A 




N 


K90 


S 2 


9/17/32 


A 




E 




H 2 


9/19/82 







E 




H 2 


9/21/82 


A 




L 




H 2 


9/23/82 


B 




N 


S5 


H 2 


10/01/82 


B 




N 


S5 


H 2 


10/26/82 


B 




N 


S5 


S 2 


11/27/92 


A 




J 


K90 


H 2 


12/23/82 


A 


A T 


T 


R56 



S 2 1/05/82 B 1 N K90 

H 1 6/25/82 3 1 F L30 

H 2 8/27/92 C 6 

H 2 10/21/82 A «. L 

H 2 3/09/82 3 1 N 

S 2 7/16/82 B 3 N 

H 2 2/12/82 8 P N 

H 2 <,/ll/32 E I P F S56 

H 2 3/05/82 A 1 P N 

H 2 <./ll/82 E 2 P F H<,5 



H 2 2/11/82 A 13 
H 2 10/03/82 5 
H ? tO/Dl/82 10 
H 2 5/26/82 A 4 
H 2 6/21/82 A 5 
H 2 7/1D/92 E 8 



N 

L 

U G69 

L 

L 

N 



H 2 3/06/82 C 1 P N 

S 2 3/06/82 A 3 P N K90 



H 2 9/12/32 C I N 
H 2 9/12/82 C 2 



H 2 4/09/82 9 5 N 851 
S 2 './09/82 C 5 N 



H 2 11/03/92 B 10 



H 2 7/01/32 1 N X07 
S 2 7/in/82 A 8 P N E25 
H 2 7/11/82 B 1 P F S9l 



S 2 2/15/82 C 



S 2 6/04/82 A I 
H 2 6/05/82 B 14 



S 2 1/22/82 C 4 
H 2 9/22/82 A 7 



H 2 10/16/92 2 1 U 



S 2 1/04/82 A 6 

H 2 1/05/82 3 12 

H 2 6/14/82 B 8 

H 2 6/17/82 C a 

S 2 6/23/82 C 1 

H 2 6/27/82 4 

H 2 6/30/92 E 5 

S 2 6/30/82 S 1 

H 2 10/28/82 e 4 

S 2 10/30/82 A 3 

H 2 10/31/82 C 7 

H ? 11/03/82 3 1 

S 2 U/:3/82 C 1 

S 2 12/06/82 A 3 



N 


M73 


N 


W16 


N 




N 


M?1 


M 


M21 


N 




N 


M21 


^1 




N 


H46 


^1 


B46 



MiilililiilMillllilllllHaHHI 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/92 



WHE''E STUDENTS HELP DECIDE WHAT THEY'LL LEARN... 



LLQYO BEGIMS teR'I ON ORANGE 3"'AR0 

■MARSHALL. THOMAS 3. JR. (FRANKLIN CO. I 

SUNN MAYOR IS INDICTED IN LEAf CASE 

MARSHBURN, JAMES 4. JR. 

3ILLY GRAHA" Din OEST HE C0UL3 
SPARE US, OO-GOODERS 

"AOSICANO. MICHAEL OR. 

M1RSIC4N0 NAMED NEW ARTS COUNCIL DIRECTOR 
ARTS COUNCIL DIRECTOR NAMED 
NEW DIRECTOR 
ARTS LE40ER - 3IG ROLE 
PLAN =0R ARTS DEVELOPING 

OVERSEER OF THE ARTS: MUSIC T.'TERESTS -TOOK OVER- 
ARTS GROUPS Tn SEEK CITY, COUNTY FUNDS 
ARTS ORGANIZATION IS PUZZLE FDR PANEL 

MARTELL, JUDY 

CHILDREN'S HOUSE; 

MARTIN, CALVIN LEVERN 

WOMAN KILLED, MAN HOUNDED 

MURDER CHARGES PENDING 

MAN CHARGED IN WIFE'S DEATH 

ATTORNEY IS APPOINT=D 

MSN CHARGED IN WIFE'S DEATH FOUND MENTALLY FIT FQR TRIAL 

JUDGE SAYS MARTIN CAN STAND T» I AL 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN MURDER TRIAL 

JURY FINOS "AN GUILTY OF MURDERING HIS WIFE 

MARTIN GUILTY OF SHOOTING WIFE TQ DEATH 

MAN CONVICTED IN WIFE'S DEATH GIVEN 50-YEAR TERM IN PRISON 

MAN CONVICTED OF WIFE'S MURDE» 

MARTIN, CORNELIA 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN SHOOTING AT HOME 

MAN CHARGED IN WOMAN'S SLAYING 

MAN IS HELD FOR MURDER 

SUSPECT RELEASED ON BOND 

OBITUARY 

LIPSCOMB RELEASED ON 30ND 

MURDE" TRIAL GETS JURY 

DEFENDANT: SHOOTING ACCIDENTAL 

PROSECUTORS: SHOOTING NO ACCIDENT: DEFENSE ATTORNEYS: 

JURY CONVICTS MAN IN DEATH OF GIRLFRIEND 

LIPSCOMB GETS JD YEARS 

MAN GIVEN 20 YEARS IN FATAL SHOOTING 

MARTIN. COURTNEY EUGENE 
OBITUARY 

MARTIN, DENISE ANN (VALLEY VIEW, TEXAS! 
FAMILY INFORMATION SOUGHT 

MARTIN, DONALD JR. (GOOSE CREEK, S.C.I 

SISTER'S 30NE MARROW CURES CHILD'S DISEASE 

MARTIN, E. L. (RALEIGH) 
COUNT GILMORE, TOO 

MARTIN, FANNIE WALKER 
OBITUARY 

MARTIN, FRED P. Ill (ASHEVILLEI 

ASHEVILLE MSN CHARGED IN MUPOER 

MARTIN, GARY DALE (BURLINGTONJ 

aURLINGTON MAN FACES CHARGES 

MARTIN, HARRY C. (JUDGE! 

CAMERA'S USE IN COURTROOM RAISES DOUBTS. SAYS BRANCH 
MARTIN IS NAMED TO HIGH COURT 
MARTIN JOINS TOP N.C. COURT 

MARTIN, HUGH M. JR. (RALEIGHI 

fHE"DSTAGES,MiE"pRlsOHERr"°°'"' ""'^^ °'' ™"° ^'■°°'' '^ CENTRAL... 
PRISON STANDOFF CONTINUES: NEGOTIATIONS FALL THROUGH 
HOSTAGES: 3RIEF PROFILES OF MEN HELD BY 3 INMATES 
PRISONcRS RELEASE HOSTAGES AFTER mjkinG TRANSFER DEAL 
HOSTAGES OESC°IB£ ROOM THAT BECAME THEIR PRISON 

MARTIN, JACK (HILLSBOROUGhI 

i. NAMED, 7 REAPPOINTED TO HILLS30R0UGH GROUP 

MARTIN, JAMES ARTHUR 
0=I''UARY 

MARTIN. JANIE FLORA 
OeiTU«RY 



PISTOL MISFIRED 



MARTIN, JERRY RAY 

TWO MEN 'LOST' 



IN WAKE JAIL 



MARTIN, JIM (U.S. RER.I 

cilw^yj^.^c??! CONGRESS. ..JONES, ROSE LEAD N.C. ABSENTEEISM LIST 
i0SE"5r^D%\'RWS''?y? ^?L'l,5G"Fil|" "''" CLEAN-AIR PLAN FOR MECKLENBURG 
CIGARETTE TAX HIKE PLAN IS OPPOSED 
CORNE(^IUS LAUNCHES HIS CAMPAIGN TO UNSEAT MARTIN 

tax bill gains tar heel foes 
johnston loses, hendon trails 

martin, john (judge) 

parking ticket delays tr4^isfer 

judge decides on access road 

judge's ruling supports publ i: housing rroject 

chapel hill housing project lpheld 

judge supports housing project 

judge: pleas won't end 

durham judges support k«ren gilloway 

martin, john henry dr. (florida) 

learning with lunch: ex- superi ntendent talks of education 

martin. l0rett4 

teacher appraisal plan sparks oisrute 

legislators asked to restore teacher certification rules 

teachers' group seeks pay rahe 

ncae leader says she exaggerated 

ncae straying too far from edjcational goal 

MARTIN, Mjoy 

FITING CRIME, PENALTY 

MARTIN, MELISSA LYNN 



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H 2 


12/07/82 


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<. 


N 




H 2 


<,/23/82 


C 


ID 


N 




H 2 


5/26/82 


A 


A 


L 




H 2 


U/3A/8i 


A 


5 


L 




S 2 


6/14/82 


A 


1 


N 


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H 2 


6/15/82 


A 


1 


o N 




S 2 


6/15/82 


3 


1 


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S76 


H 2 


6/l')/82 


A 


4 


c 




S 2 


7/29/82 


C 


1 


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H 2 


3/03/52 


D 


2 


P 3 


W66 


H 2 


9/2<./82 


3 


1 


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S 2 


■J/2A/82 


C 


I 


N 


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H 2 


7/18/82 


C 


1 


P F 


M2 3 


H 2 


3/17/32 


A 


10 


N 




S 2 


3/17/32 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/25/92 


A 


19 


N 




S 2 


3/25/32 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


7/09/82 


s 


4 


N 


351 


S 2 


7/09/82 


A 


11 


N 




S 2 


11/02/82 


B 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


11/03/32 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


11/03/92 


C 


9 


N 




H 2 


11/06/82 


3 


1 


N 


351 


S 2 


11/06/82 


A 


20 


N 




S 2 


1/01/82 


A 


1 


N 


U57 


H 2 


1/02/92 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


/02/92 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


/05/92 


B 


L 


N 




H 2 


/05/82 


3 


7 







S 2 


/05/92 


A 


5 


N 




S 2 


9/15/82 


C 


I 


N 


F30 


H 2 


9/16/92 


3 


1 


N 


351 


S 2 


9/16/82 


C 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


9/17/82 


a 


2 


N 


351 


S 2 


9/17/82 


C 


1 


N 


F30 


H 2 


9/18/82 


a 


1 


N 


851 


H 2 


9/09/92 


A 


16 







H 2 


10/17/82 


D 


5 


L 





H 2 11/04/92 B 1 P F 330 

H 2 9/25/92 A 4 L 

H 2 11/22/82 8 7 

S 2 7/02/82 C a N 

H 1 4/22/82 3 1 P N 



a/04/82 
7/10/82 
8/04/82 



3/24/82 
3/24/82 
3/25/82 
3/25/92 
3/25/82 
3/26/82 



12 

1 

14 



H 2 3/31/92 A 13 



H 2 3/07/82 A 13 



H 2 9/10/82 A 



H 2 8/21/82 A 10 



1/10/82 A 
2/02/82 3 
5/04/82 A 
7/17/82 A 
7/22/82 e 
8/19/82 A 
U/03/82 3 



1/06/92 
1/29/82 
2/09/92 
2/10/82 
2/10/82 
2/12/82 
2/13/82 



14 
1 



N 351 

N W36 

N W36 

N W36 

N 

N U57 

N 351 



H 2 3/29/92 B 



3/12/92 
10/14/92 
11/16/92 
11/19/92 
11/24/82 



S 2 9/13/82 A 



cntml»/»n 



NUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/B2 



P»GE 2P2 
l/lT/83 



3-yE4R-0LD CIHE VICTIM OIES 

"iRTIN. NANNETTE '<C30r(AtO (HAHLETI 
FOUR FACE DRUG CHARGES 

'<AliTIN< PAMELA (CHARL0TTE1 _ . ,, ^, , ,. . 

AOARTXENT TENANT SAYS CABLE TV LEAVES MER C3LD 

"APTIN. PATRICIA "DnuOY 

jrXAN «lLLEDi "AN JlUMOED 

■(URPE' CMAS3ES =EHOtKiG 

QalTUARV 

MAN CHARGES I*! WIFE'S DEATH 

iH'culpjc^ '"-i^E^S DEATH f:uNO mentally FIT FOR TRUL 

JDOGE SAY5 'AJTIN CAN STAND T^IAL 

TESTI-DNY =EGINS !N MURDER TR! aL 

JUOY FINOS -'AN GJILTY CF "UPOFRING XIS WIFE 

MARTIN r^ulL^r QF SHOOTING w I Fr TO DEATH 

MAN CONVICTED IN WIFE'S DEATH GIVEN 50-YEAR TERM IN PRISON 
MAN CONVICTED OF WIFE'S MUROP 

MARTIN. RICHARD D. iCARYI .,^, 

1 KILLED. 3 WOUNDED AT 1 3- : Ex-fmpl3YEE CHARGED. . . 
iz^„ E"PLOYE = S FACE UNCERTAIN "■RAMA AT WORK 

MAN GUARDFO IN HOSPITAL AFTER I 3M SHOOTING SPREE 
AVERY MOVED TO CENTRAL PRISON 

-ARTIN. RCERT (J'JOGE) _ _,,,„. 

JUDGE MARTIN WON'T S£=< RE-EL=CTION 

2 APPEALS Cnu'T JUDGES 'O RETIRE 

TOP STATE JUDGESHIPS ATTRACTI-G CANDIDATES 

MJOTIN. ROPFPIA WATKINS I H I LL SBOPQJ GH 1 
ORITUAHV 

MARTIN. RUTH HUTCHINSON IWASHINGTON. D.C.I 

O^IYUARY 

MARTIN, STEVEN EUGENE tTWINS?URG. OHIO) 
MAN C"ARGED IN ABOUCTION 

3HI0 -AN NOW FACES MURDER CHA' GE ALSO 
MAN IS ARRAIJNED ON MURDER CHARGE 

MARTIN. TALIThA C. -YaLLY" 
VOLUNTEERS SALUTED 

-AOTlri, THEODORE ROOSEVELT 

MAN S-OT FOUR TIMES AT DURHAM APARTMENT 

1070 DOLLAR COri STOLEN 

NAN CHARGED IN KILLING WANTS WITNESS 3ARRED 

MARTIN. TOMMY (SOUTH 30STDN. VA.I 

VA. POST OF=ICE R083ED; THREE MEN CHARGED 

MAPTIN, TQNY IGREE'IVILLE. S.C.I 
MAN SOUGHT IN SLAYING 

MARTIN. WESLEY ALAN ICATAW3A COUNTY 1 

CATAWBA OFFICIAL INJURED IN W' ECK 

MAFTINI. STEVEN ANTHONY (SHERMAN OAKS. CALIF. I 
2 -ORE FACE DRUG CHARGES 

MARTINI. wAYNE MICHAEL (HO-EWOOD. :aL!F.1 

2 MrjRj FACE DRUG CHARGES 

-ASCIULLI. ANTHONY 

SJIT oRCUGhT AGAINST •'ICi 
MICA FACES CONTRACT SUIT 

MASON. ALLFN M. Ill 

STEPHENS TO KEEP FIVE OF EJGHT ASSISTANT DAS 
5 ASSISTANT DA'S TO STAY 

MASON. g,*j;;);„''|^^2LE arrested in march PRISONER'S ESCAPE 
<. -OKE CHARf.ED IN BRA-E ESCAPE 

3 ARRESTEC FOR HELPING IN ESCAPE . ^ ,. 
CHARGES OF AIDING ESCAPE DISMISSED — SUT 'with LEAVE' 

MASON, DCN 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FEATURES GOLF COURSE 

MASON, CUCILLA 
OBITUARY 

-ASON. ED 

STATE lOTTE'y would ease yay PRESSURE 
INTERRUPT SOAPS. NOT SPORTS 
3ACK TO The 3ALL ANO CHAIN 

MA^ON. GENE AUTRY 

DEATH 3Y VEHICLE COUNTS DISMISSED IN NOV. I WRECK 

MASON. JAMES 

I=S: 3aOUP OWES BACK TAT 



MASON. JOHN (DURHAM CO. DERI. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
SOCIAL SERVICES WORKER LOOKS ?ACK ON 37 YEA 



EARS 

MACON. M. 

3ANNINC AeORTIONS WON'T STOP THEM 

MASON, mayE CAROLINE 
091TUARY 

MASON, RANDY WHITE 

3 DURHA- PEOPLE ARRFSTEO IN MARCH PRISONER'S ESCAPE 

4 -ORE Charged ^^^ era-e escape 

3 arrested for helping in e5cspe 

Charges of aioing escape dismissed — but 'with leave' 

"'' "inmate at sutner prisdn presses mail complaint 

MASON. wILLI'= brown 

TWO MEN charged in SOOBFRY 

2 ARRESTED IN DURHAM 'OTEL '^►tFT 

MASON. WILLIE 3R01.N JR. 

MEN JAILED IN R0B3ERY 

MASSENGILL. GEORGE wILLIAH 

OMITUARY 



S I 

E L 

DATE C PG L 

l2/28/»2 3 5 



H 2 s/34/32 C 



H 2 3/l<./"2 C 



7 


3/17/82 


A 


IC 


N 




7 


3/l-'/82 


(. 


1 


N 




? 


3/19/32 


L 


9 







7 


3/25/»2 


A 


19 


N 




7 


3/25/=2 


A 


; 3 


N 




7 


7/09/'<2 


H 


4 


N 


ibl 


7 


7/09/32 


A 


1 


N 




7 


ll/D2/«2 


t 




N 


F3D 


' 


11/03/92 


A 








7 


ll/33/'?2 


c. 


O 


N 






11/DS/S2 


n 


1 


N 


R31 


^ 


11/34/82 


A 


20 


N 




7 


3/31/82 


A 


1 


>) 


AS4 


7 


3/31/°2 


A 


1 


N 


381 


7 


a/31/82 


A 


1 


P N 


F30 


2 


9/14/82 


A 


1 


? N 




7 


1/01/82 


c 


Q 


N 




7 


1/32/82 


■* 


13 


N 




2 


1/05/82 


A 


12 






2 


1/13/82 


B 


5 







2 


a/18/92 


A 


17 







I 


5/l2/»; 


3 


1 


N 





H 2 3/15/32 
H I 3/17/32 



H 2 5/13/S2 A 



H 2 9/06/82 
S 2 9/06/82 
H 2 10/33/82 



H 1 10/01/R2 

H 2 11/03/82 

M 2 11/04/82 

H 2 4/03/82 

H 2 4/08/92 



H 2 5/09/82 
S 2 5/09/92 



A 10 
C 1 
C 1 



B 1 

A 2 

B 5 

A 18 

A 13 

C I 



M 2 ll/l2/»2 
S 2 11/12/82 



H 2 6/27/B2 

H 2 6/23/92 

5 2 6/29/92 

H 2 10/15/82 



H 2 13/17/82 
H 2 12/21/92 



H 2 1/39/32 
H 2 7/11/92 
M 2 11/19/92 



I 



A 1 

A I 

C 1 

3 1 



N -51 
N 

N 351 



C 10 
A 14 



H 2 4/30/82 

S 2 1/11/82 

H 2 4/08/82 

H 2 3/20/92 

H 2 10/18/82 



H 2 5/27/82 

H 2 5/29/92 

S 2 6/23/=2 

H 2 10/15/R2 



A 13 
C I 



N sa3 

N 381 



A 


1 


N 


A 


1 


N -51 


r 


1 


N 


e 


1 


N 351 



H I 3/26/92 3 1 



H 2 11/09/92 
S 2 11/08/92 



u ? 11/32/92 
H 2 a/12/32 



A 2 

A 15 



MASSENGILL. RANSOK J. 



iMHiiilliiHIiiail 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 3y NAMES PAGE 203 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 1/17/83 



OBITUARY 

"ASSENGILL. SiNOPA J. 

RISE IN 64,MKSUPTCIES LINKED TO ECONOMY 
DURHAM BANKRUPTCIES OOwN 
S»AUL NOTE OF OPTIMISM 

MASSENGILL. WILLIAM BENNETT JR. 
OBITUARY 

"ASSEY* AL"A PERRY 
OBITUARY 

MASSEY. CURTIS 

300 NCCU STUOEIJTS PROTEST; BOYCOTT URGEO 
CENTRAL PROTESTERS SEEK GRE4T=R VOICE 
NCCU STUOEiJTS CAL", CONCERNED 
STUDENTS PROTEST CUTS 

MASSEY. EDWARD <i. DR. 

OUKF MED CENTER PROPS NAMED SOCIETY FELLOWS 

MASSEY. LLOYD M, 

STATE GRANGE MASTER RESIGNS 

MASSEY, "ATTHEW SCOTT IPITTSBORO) 

MSN FACES CHARGES IN FATAL WRECK 

PITTSSORO MAN CHARGED IN FATAL AUTOMOBILE CRASH 

MASSEY, "ICHAEL L. (CHAPEL HILLI 

2 CHARGED WITH SELLING COCAINE 

TWO ARRESTED IN 'AFTERMATH- OF DRUG BUST 

^lASSEY, -.'OPMAN 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE OUTDOOR CROWD 
YOUTHS IN HOSPITAL GIVEN ANNUAL PARTY 
PALSY AGENCY THANKS FOUNDERS, FRIENDS 

"ASSEY. THALLIEUS JR. 

Two MEN ARRESTED IN BROADMOOR STABBING 

2 CHARGED WITH MURDER GO TO COURT TOMORROW 

FOUR HELD IN ORANGE BREAK-IN 

MASSICOT, STEVE 

DUKE HOTEL SCHEDULE: NO BUILDING FOR NOW 

"ASSIE, JOYCE BELVIN 
OBITUARY 

"ASSIMINO, ROLLIE 

MASSIMINO PAYS HIS DUES 

COOL, 3P0THFR, COOL 

MASSIMINO ALL EARS FOR ADVICE 

"ASSON, CLARICE F, 

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR SERVICE TO POOR 

"ATHESON, BOB 

NEW NAME DEFENSE 

DUKE ASSISTANT MATHESON UNDER MEDICAL TREATMENT 

OUKF Aing MATHESON HOSPITALU=0 

POSITIVE APPROACH GUIDES MATH': SON 

DUKE "AY CONSIDER COACH AT HOLY CROSS 

MATHESON APPLIES AT OUKF, ASU 

SH^i CAST DOWN TO FOUR; BLUE OEVIL FOOTBALL CANDIDATES MEET WITH BUTTERS 

DUKr GIVES NO HINT IN LATEST COACH SCREENING 

"ATHIS. CAROLYN ISENATORI 

SOME FRj SUPPORTERS SHOW TRUE NATURE 

"ATHIS, DANIEL T. (ROARING RIVER, N.C.I 

TNO ARRESTED AFTER BOGUS BILLS PASSED 

MAThIS. "ATTIE J. 

TWO ARRESTED AFTER BOGUS BILLS PASSED 

MATTESON, "ARY ANN 

GOOD NUTRITION BECO-ES "ORE IMPORTANT WITH AGE 

"ATTHEWS, '^E'>SIE (SANFORO) 

Ol'RHA" YOUTH, 17, TWO WOMEN CITED IN SANFORO SLAYING 
2 MORE CHARGED IN CONVENIENCE STORE MURDER 

•'ATTHEWS, EDWIN "BANJO" 

CHASSIS BUILDER aANJO MATTHEWS HAS UNSUNG ROLE IN WORLD 600 

"ATTHEWS, JOHN EDWARD (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

MATTHEWS, < IM 

BUILDING A PROGRAM: KIM MATTHEWS A PART OF DUKE WOMEN'S SUCCESS 
"ATTHEWS. RALPH D. 

MAN IS SHOT IN SHOULDER WHILE WALKING WITH FRIENDS 

■•ATTHEWS, WILLIAM C. (HENDERSON) 

IT-VEAR-OLO DIES OF STAB WOUNDS 
HENDERSON MAN CHARGED IN STABBING DEATH 

"ATTHEHSON, GLENNIE (ATTORNEY! 

SJiJi SEEKS TO DISCUALIFY MALONE'S LAWYERS IN DUI 

JUDGE RULES FOR MALONE'S PARTNERS 

MAlONE ALLOWEO to keep partners AS HI' LAWYERS 

MALONE'S LAWYERS WITHDRAW IN OUI CASf" 

MALONE WILL APPEAL CONVICTION OF DRUNKEN ORIVING TOMORROW 

MALONE'S OA-JTNERS bACK ON CASE 

MALONE LOSES CLAIM TO PLEA BARGAIN 

BLACK LAWYERS iUESTION CANDIDATES FOR DA'S OFFICE 

"ATTOX, OSCAR T. REV. (CHAPEL HILL! 
OBITUARY 

'''Ij^A-'Fj^Er^i^o^^^s tcfr'' "'"• ""' """" ""''"^ °' '"'■ ^°'" 

"ATTSON. JIM 

SEE THE OTHER SIDE 

"ATTSON, MICHAEL A. 1ST LT. 

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR JET PILOT; 'OBJECT' SPOTTED 

PARTS OF F-A JET RECOVERED 
MAUEP, EUGENE (ORANGE CO.! 



N E 
P D 


S 
DATE C 


?G 


I T 
L Y 
L P 2YL 


H 2 


2/26/82 C 


6 





S 2 
S 2 

H 2 


2/10/52 A 
7/13/32 A 
7/22/B2 A 


1 

1 
A 


N S33 
•1 S33 

E 


H 2 


2/16/82 B 


7 





H 2 


5/29/R2 C 


2 





S 2 
H 2 

t 5 


2/17/32 A 
2/13/32 S 
2/1R/R2 B 
'>/06/B2 C 


1 

1 
1 
1 


N F30 
P N W2A 
P N 

N F30 


S 2 


5/2'./B2 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/18/82 A 


13 


N 


S 2 

H 2 


3/08/B2 C 
3/09/32 A 


1 
11 


N iJ57 
N 


S I 
H 2 


6/10/92 C 
6/11/B2 A 


1 
9 


N 

N 


H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


3/25/B2 B 
12/l<./°2 C 
12/15/32 A 


1 

1 
A 


U 

N EOS 
L 


H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


5/ll/n2 6 

5/11/32 A 

12/23/32 C 


I 

9 

I 


N 
N 
N 


H 2 


6/13/32 D 


10 


N 


H 2 


12/10/32 C 


6 





S 2 

H 2 
H 2 


3/19/32 
3/21/82 B 
3/21/82 B 


1 
3 
3 


P U 018 

P U M71 

N M71 


H 2 


l2/l*/32 A 


5 


L 


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


9/03/B2 C 
10/23/32 
10/23/02 B 
ll/03/fl2 8 
1 /23/B2 A 
1 /2<./32 B 
12/07/82 D 
12/03/32 B 


I 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 


U 071 
P N 

N 
P F 591 

N 018 

N 

N 071 

'1 07 1 


H 2 


6/13/82 D 


A 


L 


H 2 


7/09/82 A 


lA 


N 


H 2 


7/09/B2 A 


!<, 


N 


S 2 


'>/28/32 C 


1 


P F A15 


H 2 
S 2 


7/10/32 A 
7/10/32 A 


t 
3 


N 

N 


H 2 


5/30/32 B 


1 


F S91 


H 2 


7/26/82 e 


8 





H 2 


2/19/32 C 


A 1 


' F 


S 2 


5/31/82 C 


1 


N 


H ' 
S 2 


6/27/82 C 
6/23/82 C 


5 
I 


N 
N 


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


3/0A/R2 A 1 
3/OA/82 C 
3/05/32 B 
3/09/92 B 
3/09/32 C 
3/31/32 B 
5/13/A2 B 
6/2<./32 B 


14 ( 
1 
1 
1 
u 
1 
1 
I 


» N 
N 
N 

N B81 
N 
^I 

N B51 
N 951 


H 2 


9/30/=2 D 


5 





H 2 
S 2 


3/U/»2 B 
3/ll/»2 A 


1 
3 


N 
N 


H 2 ! 


11/13/82 A 


c 


L 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/01/R2 A lA 
1/02/32 A 1 
1/09/92 A 5 
2/11/92 B 5 


N 
N 

N 
N 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/82 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



NAMES 



SAW GATTIS. 4 OTHERS FILE FOR QOANGE COUNTY RACES 

SHERIFF CANCIDATES SPLIT ON BJOGET 

ORANGE COUl.TY SHERIFF'S CANOIOATES TRADE 3A»BS 

CONTEST ATTRACTS FIVE LA-'fEN, SUILDING CONTRACTOR 

NCCULLOCK lEETING JITH 4I0E5 liOUT ORANGc SHERIFF' 

FORMER CAN0I3ATF ACCUSED OF ASSAULT 

MAUER FACES ASSAULT C'<AaGES ,, ,„ .,_ 

FOaxE^ CANOIDATE INDICTED IN ORANGE COUNTY 

■lAJER ENTERS A GUILTY PLEAS 



S RUNOFF 



"AUER. uERTRUDE 
:**ITUARY 



■'AUNSELL. PE^eLOPE 
A CABIN PLUS! 



IDITH ICHAPEL HILLI 



•^AXHCImcp, oan (NE'J ?ERN1 

PIPER TO FILE CHARGES FOR ALL!GE3 ASSAULTS 

•"AXJELL. CEQB IC 

A HflRD WITH CORNaREAO 

"AXhELL. JArtES 3. 

ATTORNEY HIRED 

JIM°^AXUELl'^^SAYs!?!!i SUPPORT 'ON STEPHENS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
HINCKLEY: SOME EXPECTED IT, OTHERS OUESTION IT 

"AXWELL, RICKY JUNIOR I "CL S ANSV ILLE I „,,^,,„ 
MOTORIST DIES IN 'JREENS'OOQ AUTO PILEUP 

"AY, BERTHA KELLY 
09ITUARY 

"*''' cS^LOREN "AKE ROBOTS WITH HELP FROH ARTIST 

"AY, FRANCES T. . .,, 

•I'LL ROCK YOU GENTLY IN ^1 HcART' 
ABORTION AN ISSUE OF HU-AN RIGHTS 

"AY, HAROLD J. „,^, 

PHYSICIANS' STRESS VARIES 

""' Psa'''cARs"NvaLvEo in two accioents; four persons hurt 



LARRY .^AY'lE 

HAN IS THROWN THROUGH WINDOW 



F DOUGHNUT SHOP 



"AY, NANCY TUTTLE 

SOHFRHILL RECEPTION HONORS NAMCY TUTTLE MAY 
TREASURES TP ?e AUCTIONED , ,„,,,„„ 

•000 COUPLING' JORKS FOR WILLIAMS EXHIBITION 

"AY, NORMAN LEE (GASTONIAJ 

DISAGREEMENT OVER CHICKEN ENDS IN DEATH 

"AYE, CLINTON 
OBITUARY 

"AYE, MARK (CHARLQTTEI ., , , „,,=r 

MAY? ELIMINATES DUKE FROM FINAL EIGHT CHOICES 

"AYE, STERLING ^ , , 

ESCAPFO INMATE TURNS HI"SELF IN 

£';C»PFO PRISONER TURNS HIMSELF IN 

ONE CONVICTED IN CHURCH HEIST 

SENTENCING ;ET 

"Ayf r, = TS 14-YEiR TERM 

"»N. ARRESTED WHILE FREE ON APPEAL, HAS BOND HIKED 

CONVICTED R03?E» ON BONO ACCUSED OF 2 MORE HOLDUPS 

DENIAL OF BAIL JUSTIFIED UND6= SOME CONDITIONS 

"AYER, NORMAN 

HE CHOSE FORCE — AND DIED 

"AYER, PAMELA OR. 

"AYFR PREPARING SYSTEM FOR MQ' E CUTS 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BUDGET WOULD HIKE TAXES 

TEACHERS URGE NO CUTTING ,,,„,,, 

ORANGE COUNTY ERROR COSTS SCHOOL DISTRICT 

GHSOEL ^ILL SCHOOL 'OARO INCREASE BUDGET REOUEST 

CHAPEL HILL CLASS SIZE STAYS SAME 

CUL-^RFTH, PHILLIPS WILL GET C!! -PR INC IPAL S 

DUAL-RRINCIRALS PLAN UNLIKELY TO WORK WELL 

CO-PRINCIPALS: A STRONG CONCEPT 

HEAD START TAKEOVER MULLED 

PAMELA MAYER NAMED TO COLLEGE BOARD 

MAYES, OTTO WILLIAM 
jnl TUARY 

"AYFIELD, CURTIS 

CURT-iS M4YFIELD WELL KNOWN 

"AYFIELD, LEATHA MAE JOH'ISON (OUEE'IS. N.Y.) 
OEITUARY 

"^''""^'OURHAM MEN CHARGED WITH HAVING LOTTERY TICKETS 

MAYNARO, ALBERTA J. 
OBITUARY 



MAYNARO, H, ". 
OBITUARY 



(CHAPEL HILLI 



"AYNARO^ 

el: 



REIO A. 
N OOPMIT'IRY NAMEO eqr pJID A. "AYNAflO 



"AYNARD, VIVIAN 

LET THEM WORK 

MAYNOR, LOHNIE D«LE JR. IPSMBROKEI 

GRAND JURY INDICTS N.C. STEEL COMPANY 

"AYNOR. MALINOA 

A WONDERFUL MOVIE 

"AYNOR, QUINCY ,,,,, ,„ 

VICTI" QUESTIONS JUSTICE SYST-M 
EOwARPS SAYS CASE HANDLED SPEEDILY 
MAYNOR REPORTS TO JAIL 
MAYMOR RECEIVES 2ND JAIL SENTENCE 
OUT ON BOND: PRELUDE TO MORE CRIME? 















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7 


5/Di/'>2 


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q 


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W)IH 




7 


b/Zb/tZ 


A 


13 


N 


W36 




? 


6/27/82 


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A 


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7 


O/30/92 


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7 


l/l'/»2 


n 


1 




3<.6 




7 


2/l<./e2 


C 


1 


N 






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2/15/92 


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8 








2 


12/17/82 


3 


6 


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H 2 4/23/92 C U 

H 2 7/18/92 E 1 P F 330 

S 2 2/03/92 C 16 P N 

H 2 11/32/92 9 2 » U "71 



H 2 3/17/82 A 13 N 

S 2 A/OR/82 A 7 N 

H 2 5/23/92 A 16 P A 

H 2 6/22/82 B 1 F X3e 



H 2 7/15/92 A 13 N 
H 2 11/27/82 3 9 
H 2 3/0'3/82 A 6 P N 



H 2 4/28/92 A 4 L 
H 2 9/06/92 A 5 L 



S 2 <)/29/92 B 1 
H 2 4/25/92 C 1 
H 2 3/21/"2 A 3 



H 2 5/14/82 D 10 
S 2 9/16/82 2 
H 2 11/26/82 D 9 



"23 
"51 



B71 
068 



H 2 4/26/82 A 9 P N 



H 2 7/29/82 C 14 



H 2 12/23/92 



1/19/92 
1/19/92 
ll/19/''2 
11/19/92 
11/19/82 
12/1 1/92 
12/11/92 
12/13/32 



16 

14 

10 

1 

I 



H 2 12/12/92 4 



S 2 


1/08/82 


r 


I P 


N 


"23 


H 2 


3/30/=2 


9 




N 


"23 


S 2 


4/01/"2 


A 




N 


"23 


H 2 


4/06/92 


A 




N 


-23 


H 2 


4/30/92 


A 




N 


"23 


% 2 


5/06/92 


A 




N 


"23 


S 2 


6/29/92 


rt 




N 


M23 


H 7 


7/11/92 







E 




H 2 


9/20/92 


A 




J 




H 2 


9/21/R2 


A 




N 




H 2 


10/23/<"2 


J 




N 




H 2 


1/23/R2 


3 


6 








H 2 5/16/92 4 

H 2 9/17/92 C 10 

H 2 10/16/92 = 9 

H 2 3/24/92 C 6 

H 2 2/24/92 A 11 

H 1 7/39/52 B I 

H 2 3/27/92 A 4 

H 2 9/35/92 C 9 

H 2 7/20/'>2 A 4 



H 2 3/17/P2 A 1 

H 2 3/19/''2 A 1 

H 2 3/20/92 C I 

S 2 3/20/92 A 14 

H 2 3/29/»2 A 1 



N 351 
■I 351 
N 951 



MMillHIHHiHIi^ 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INOEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



«AYNOfl. VEUNDN 

•OUNG HO' V6TSRAN: V6«N0N MAr^JO" SIG.<(ED UP AT 16 AND WENT TO CHINA 

"AYO, "IRIA.'I VI0L6T ILOWLANDI 
WOMAN FOUND SHOT TO DEATH 

■<AYS. GLENN 

T^UBISM IN TU^HAH AR6a tS DOISG 56TT6I' THAN IN '81 

■^AYS. N6PRASKA 0^ , 

CHAPL63 DAYE AM^NG 6INAL 6QUR FOR NCCU CHANCELLOR 
LAW SCHOOL TEAN ON LIST FOR NCCU CHANCELLORSHIP 

■'AYTON. JA'IES GAPLANO JR. (BURLINGTONI 

3URLI\GT0N POLICE REPORT 3ULL=T FIREO AT -FLAK' JACKET KILLED. ..MAN 

^AYT^N. RICKY WAYNE 

•^AN INJURED IN C3LLISI0N 

■'CAOAMS. JOSEPH 3. JR. (CLAYTONi 

9 PEOPLE INDICTED IN PROBE OF DRUGS 

XCAOAMS, JOSIE MAR?REY 

OUHHA>> A CITY OF GOOD. CO><P A SS I ONATE PEOPLE 

''CAOAHS. KATHY (PLEA<;aNT G^OVE) 

GIRL'S poor FOUND IN ALAMANCE POND 
DROWNING OF GIRL RULED ACCIDE'lTAL 

■«CA0OO. HUBERT 
09ITUARY 

^CAOOO. 00NNI6 

MCAOOO GETS HIS CHANCE 

"CADOO. SHAN6TTA (BURLINGTONI 

3URLINGT0N GIRL. <> . DIES AFTE=. ACCIDENT 

"ICALICE. GFRALO DAVID (MIAMI, FLA.) 
POLICE, SBI SEIZE COCAINE 

"CALLISTER, PETH 

ERA SUPPORTERS, FOES CRITICIZE P9S PROGRAM 
HUNT, EPA SUPPORTERS '•ARK DEADLINE PASSAGE 

■"CALLI5T6R. CAROLYN 

DURHAM POLICE MUST TRAVEL OUT OF STATE AGAIN TO GET MAN 

■'CALLISTER, FLONNIE "ORRISON 
OBITUARY 

•'CALLISTER. HOWARD C. 

MCALLISTER WINS AWARD 

OFFICIALS: DURHAM SCHOOL S ATT") ACT OUALIFIEO TEACHERS 

CITY SCHOOLS r-ET TEACHERS 

CITY SCHOOL dOARD NAM6S ASSISTANT SUPER INT6ND6NT 

SCHOOL APPOINTMENT SURPRISES MCALLISTER 

MCALLISTER, WARD (NEW VORKI 
THE CEAM OF SOCIETY 

•^C ARTHUR, L6N0U 

TWO HURT IN SHOOTING 

"CAJLAY, GEORGE 

MAN, 37, SENTENCED TO OEATH 

MCPaNE, HOVLE STACY 
OBITUARY 

•^CPAY, ARTHUR OR, 

"ISUSE OF jRUGS IN N.C. 

STUDY SHOWS DRINKING IS CHIEF DRIVING HAZARD 

MCRAYEH. P. B. (RUTHERFORDTON) 

COLLECTION OF LIGHT BULBS KEEPS S-YEAR-OLD BUZZING 

"CERIOF, J. Thomas 

MENTAL HEALTH AGENCIES FEEL CJ TS 

MC'RIDE, T. J. DP. lUPLAND, PA.) 
UPSTANDING PEOPLE 

-CRIDE, VIRGIL 

RULE "AOe ON CANE CREEK OBJECTIONS 

■"CPROOM, FPED 

ABC STORE WORKERS SEEK RAISE, CHANGES 

^CPROOM, HOWARD Z. 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

MCFROO", JOSEPH EVERETT 

BROTHERS' CONVICTIONS UPHELD 

MCBROO", LUCY V. 
JBITUARY 

^CBROOM, MARY WHITE < F A YETTEV ILLE ) 
OBITUARY 

MCBROOM, RUTH 

DURHAM at"EM3ERE0 IN FLORIDA "AGAZINE 

MC'RYOF, ANGUS OR. AND MRS. 

HISTORIC RS6SERVATI0N AWARDS 'IVEN AT DINNER 

"CCAIN. BETTY R. 

HUNT NAMES =SA LOBBYIST 

HUNT PUSHES FOR PASSAGE OF ERA 

MCCAIN, ELBERT THQMAS 

RTI EMPLOYEE FACES CHARGES 

MCCAIN, FRANKLIN 

NAACP PLAN RAISES DOUBTS 

■"CCAIN. GRAVER 

MALPRACTICE CLAIMS ON RISE 

MALPRACTICE SUITS INCRESSE IN STATE 

DURHAM LAWYER SEEKS TO CLARIFY STATEMENT IN STOPY 

MCCALL, ARCHIE 
OBITUARY 



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N E 
P D 


S 

E 

DATE C 


?G 


I T 
L Y 
L P 9YL 


H 2 


11/21/82 C 




F M49 


H 2 


1/30/82 A 




N 


S 2 


^/09/B2 A 




N S33 


H 2 
. S 2 


10/14/82 A 
10/16/82 A 




N 
N 


H 2 


7/15/92 E 




N 


H 2 


12/14/82 A 




N 


H 2 


12/3'./B2 A 




N 


H 2 


9/23/82 A 




L 


H 2 

H 2 


7/23/92 C 
7/29/82 e 






N 


H 2 


10/15/82 C 







H 2 


3/10/92 3 




F "7 1 


H 2 


10/23/82 3 




N 


S 2 


5/26/92 A 




N 


H 2 
H 2 


<>/19/82 A 
7/02/82 B 




N 
N 


S 2 


1/06/82 A 




N U5 7 


H 2 


1/02/92 3 




P 


S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


<,/07/82 A 
7/20/82 A 
9/27/82 C 
9/28/82 A 
9/28/62 B 




" N 605 
N 605 
N 605 
N MOO 
N 605 


H 2 


2/13/82 A 




E 


S 2 


12/03/92 A 




N 


H 2 


9/05/82 C 




N 


H 2 


5/28/82 C 


10 


1 


S 2 

H 2 


3/15/82 a 
3/21/82 A 


6 
18 


N 
N 


H 2 


7/J4/82 A 


14 


N 


H 1 


3/16/82 B 


1 


N L30 


H 2 


6/17/82 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


11/29/82 C 


I 


N B46 


H 2 


11/25/82 a 


I 


P N L41 


H 2 
H 2 


7/18/82 C 
7/20/82 E 


2 
6 






H 2 


1/23/82 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/25/82 C 


16 





H 2 


5/07/82 C 


14 





H 2 


8/29/82 D 


1 


P F 


S 2 


5/20/82 C 


1 


? N 509 


H 2 
S 2 


<./l7/82 A 
4/19/82 C 


3 


N 
J 


S 2 


1/20/82 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


9/06/82 C 


3 


N 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


4/25/''2 A 
4/26/82 A 
4/27/82 C ; 


1 

1 


F M09 
N 



H 2 9/16/82 C 14 



MONTHLT/»NNU»L 
1/01/32 



INDEX 
12/31/82 



N 4 M E S 



PAGE 200 
1/17/33 



"CCiLLt CHASLES TI>'0''HY IBUMCO-IBE :0.1 
MUROE" rHARGE 

"CCALLi LA^IZIER "SaUG" J. JR. 
0»ITUSRY 

"CCALL. oichard IGREENSBOROI ,,, 

vnUTM'S FATAL ILLNESS SAFCLES RESEARCHERS 

''CCALL* RO«IN 

•^CCALL al^INo AT *>0') FINISH 

HIGH 'CHOTLER RUNS TOO SL'^W. ^YES SECOND TRY 

■'CCALL. VIMCENT (LUMOERTOM 

;iST =OINT CAOET CACES CHARGES AFTER SHOCING 

-C" ALLISTER , RALPH {CHAPEL HILLl 

ISRAELI LEA?EO SHOULD NOT 3E JELCOMEO 

•"CCALLUM, INCE'SON 
0? I TUARY 

«CCAMN. "ARGARET F. 

APPnINTVENT SAVES LDNG WAIT 

"'■'-^'hUlullty A"5oCTnR...8UT A S.AVE TO THE JOB DURING INTERN YEAR 

■^CCaosON, PHIL 

ARCHERY CONTEST set THIS WEEKEND 

■"CCAPTER. DEAN (HOT 5PRINGSI 
Twn HIKERS ATTACKED 
AUTHORITIES SEEK 3 "ERSONS IN ASSAULT 

■'CCaULFY* ANDRE-rf M. (RALEIGHI 
Jt^ITuARY 
O'lTUARY 

"CCAJLEY. GREGORY S. (CAMPBELL COLLEGEl 
A-ERICANS LOSING ECONOMIC FREEDOM 

■'CCAULEY. -ER9IE 

THE RIDES OF HIS LIFE 

"CCAIPLEY. "Af'IE HANCOCK 

DURHAM .O-AN GIFS IN CRASH 
POLICEMAN Fl:OS WIFE KILLED IM CRASH 
W^MAN CHARGED IN FATALITY 
.OMAN CHARGED IN FATAL ACCIOEMT 
MCCAULEY WILL FACE CHARGES ON FEB. 22 

"CCAWLEY. MARGARET A. 

MAN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

MAN CHARGED IN JULY ASSAULT 

MCCEACHI^Ni ELIZABETH 

WHEN A FABY C'lES THIS NURSE JU'PS 

•'CCLAIN, GEO''GE , , ,^,, 

STA'^E'S MCCLAIN BATTLES MENINGITIS 

'CCLAIN, HARRISON 

FAMILY PRCJLEMS BRING 6 CHARGES 

MCCLAIN, LESTER (whitakERSI 

COVERED WAGON'S DRIVER DIES FOLLOWING ACCIDENT 

MCCLAIN, LOUISE 

FAMILY PROBLEMS BRING S CHARGES 

-CCLAIN, WILL JAMES 
0<* ITUARY 

MCCLAIN, .ILSON LEE 
OO ITUARY 

MCCLiM", FLORENCE CAGLE 
OBITUARY 

MCCLAMO, pCTF 
JOITUARY 

MCCLELLAND, P ICHAHO L. 

DURHAM PSO HURT IN SCUFFLE 

MCCLFNAN, MACMI 
OBITUARY 

"CCLENOON, SARAH 

THE LADY WAS SEOIOUS 

MCCLERNON, ROBERT REV. 

DURHAM PASTOR ATTENDS MEETING IN CHARLOTTE 
DURHAM CHURCHES TRY TO KEEP MEMBERS 

MCCLOUO, BARPARA DR • 

SCISSORS, 3L0CKS 'iOOST SKILLS 

iMCCLOUO WILL PRESENT PAPER AT CONFERENCE 

MCCLOU", RONALD LOUIS 

3-CAR WRECK HURTS NO ONE 

-CCLURE, MAC 

OAVIS ENJOYS SEEING DOUBLE 

MCCL'iRE, HIKE 

DAVIS ENJOYS SEEING DOUSLE 

MCCJLLUH, C. M. °EV. 

MINISTER SAYS BLACKS LOSE GROJND 

MCCOMSS. CAROLYN 

TOUANCY CASE DRAWS CONVICTION 

MCCOMBS. DON (ATLANTAI 

FIRM DELAYS DECISION ON HASTE LANPFILL SITE 

MCCOOK, MARGARET 

PARENTS BEHIND DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAM 

"CCORKLE, DONALD 30WLES JR. 
2 CONVICTED OF PRFAK-IN 

"CCORKLE, GARY 



N E 
P 


E 
DATE C 


L 
'G L 


Y 

P 9YL 


H 2 


i/l"/32 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/20/32 A 


o p 





S 2 


R/13/32 B 


6 


N 


S ? 

H 2 


5/27/B2 E 
5/2R/82 C 


I o 
1 P 


F 

N S91 


H 2 


3/l<'/82 A 


7 


N 


H 2 


5/24/02 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


',/0e/92 A 


22 P 





H 2 


10/17/82 D 


5 


L 


H 2 


12/l<'/92 D 


I = 


F L30 


H 2 


8/13/E2 C 


3 


N W60 


H 2 
S 2 


6/01/32 A 
6/01/82 B 


13 

7 


N 


H 2 

H 2 


2/13/»2 A 
2/l<)/82 A 


15 
14 






H 2 


3/27/S2 A 


5 


L 


H 2 


2/D7/B2 8 


2 " 


F M71 


S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


1/27/82 A 
1/29/82 A 
2/0'./"2 C 
2/0'>/92 A 
2/10/62 C 


1 P 

I 

1 

7 
4 


N U57 

N A54 

N 

N 

N 


H 2 
S 2 


10/13/82 A 
10/13/P2 A 


13 
13 


N 

N 


H 2 


5/0<./82 a 


2 o 


F 930 


H 2 


12/31/32 C 


I P 


N M71 


S 2 


10/02/82 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


11/13/82 A 


5 " 


N 


S 2 


10/02/32 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/31/02 A 


10 





H 2 


2/25/32 A 


17 





H 2 


10/29/82 C 


9 





H 2 


2/06/82 A 


12 





H 2 


2/15/32 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


10/19/32 3 


7 





H 2 


8/03/32 A 


4 


E 


S 2 
S 2 


10/07/82 C 
U/13/82 A 


10 

3 


N 

N F30 


S 2 
S 2 


11/02/92 3 
12/10/32 A 


1 P 

7 


F M23 

N 


S 2 


9/04/32 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


10/20/32 


2 P 


U C09 


S 2 


10/20/32 


2 3 


U C09 


S 2 


4/05/32 9 


4 


N 


S 2 


2/10/32 C 


1 


N 008 


H I 


1/12/82 3 


1 


N L30 


H 2 


9/09/O2 A 


IP 


N MQQ 


H 1 


4/23/02 3 


1 


N 



IMMiHttlHl 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 



TH6 LOSS STrUL HUST5: DARLENE TtLLEv'S "EATH STIRS "EMQPIES 

"CCORKLE. LIONEL AOA'«S 

S3ATS CGLLnE ON KERR LAKE; 3 INJURED 

•'CCORKLE. SUSANNAH 

SUSAN'IAH SPARKLES ON STEPHEN'S STAGE 

"CCORKLE. w. ROQSiVELT "ROOSTER" 
OBITUARY 

"CCORMSCK. ROBERT fCHARLOTTEl 

CHARLOTTE IAN HEADS ENDOWMENT TRUSTEE' 
DUKE ENDOW>ieNT GETS NEk CHAIRMAN 
OUKE CNOQWM^NT LEADER DIES AT 69 
.'1CC0R"ACKt OUKE ENDOhHENT HEAD 

■MCCORMICK. NAOMI Y. (MIDJAY PARKI 
"ERIT SCHOLARS ARE SELECTED 
THREE DURHAM STUDENTS ARE MERIT SCHOLARS 

"CCOY, JAMES A. 

R00«:ER in DURHAM FALLS 35 FT.; CJNOITION IS CRITICAL 
MAN HURT I-l FALL 

MCCOY, MARY ERNESTINE AVERY 
OPITUARY 

MCCOY, JAK a. H. 
DBITUARY 

MCCOY, RALPH 

CONVICTION IN CAB THEFT UPHELD 

MCCOY, SAVAOA SMITH 
OBITUARY 

MCCOY, SEAN 

MCCCY "HEADS" DUKE PLAYOFF UU 

MCCOY, THEOOORE ROOSEVELT 
OBITUARY 

MCCOY, VICTOR LAMONT 

LA^ OFFICERS SCORE RECORD DRUG BUST 

LIST OF THOSE ARRESTED IN J-CDUNTY DRUG ROUNDUP 

MCCOY, nILLIE 1. 

JOMAN IS FOUND HANGED 

MCCR'CKEN, JAMES 

PS/CHIATRY EDITORIAL UNFAIR 

MCCRAE. "ESSIE IHIGH POINT! 

^l-YEAR-OLO WOMAN KILLED 

MCCRAE, BETTY 

2 FOUND GUILTY IN TRUANCY CASES 

MCCRAE, GAOY ANTHONY 

5 DURHAM "EN ARE CHARGED 

2 HEL: in 3PEAK-INS FAC= NEW CHARGES 

POLICE CHARGE 2 IN BREAK-IN 

MCCRFA, FRANK 

FIRST SLACK OFFICER'S MOTTO: 'BE HARD BUT FAIR' 

MCCRIMMON, CHUBBY LE'.<IS 

CHASE LEADS "N TO TRAFFIC CHARGE' 
JIL? CHASE ENDS IN SEVERAL CHARGES 

MCCULLOCH, JIM (UILLSBOROUGHI 

CHILDREN'S CLASSIC FINE - EXCEPT FJR HACKETT 

MCCULLOCK, 5CBBY MAJ. (ORANGE CO.l 

5 CANOIPATES FILE IN ORANGE RACES 
SHERIFF CANOIOATES SPLIT ON BUDGET 

2?CUL'L0c'<-R"i^UT^fSJF°fJI i^N^^I^^SlN^" °' "'' ""ONENT'S SUPPORTERS 

ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S CANDIDATES TRADE BARBS 

?^.^|J I'J^II^.fS^M SOME OF THE SUPPORTERS OF BOBBY MCCULLOCK 

^°''I^5L*^'^ ■'<^^S "^'''E LAWMEN, dUILDING CONTRACTOR 

L.'",^??^'' MCCULLOCK, CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF OF ORANGE COUNTY. 

PENOEOoRASS. MCCULLOCK HEAD Ft R SECOND PRIMARY 

^iiV.'-'r'ii'- '^IV^'li W'T" AIDES IBOUT ORANGE SHERIFF'S RUNOFF 

MLLULLJCK SE^KS RUNOFF 

2 RECUEST RUNOFF 

BEST CANDIDATE 

CTMPETENT CANDIDATE 

QUESTION: WHY NO TRIAL' 

TURNOUT KEY TO RACE FOR ORANGF SHERIFF 

PEnCEOGRASS elected SHERIFF 

PE'jOERGPASS wins orange SHERIFF RACE 

ORANGE DEPUTIES LOSE THEIR JO"<S 

OpanGF county SHERIFF DISMISSES 2 DF'UTIES 

2''^5s-i"^''"''' t^ives pink slip to five on staff 
pfnoergrass dismisses 5 

mccullock, dora lillian 

D"ITUARY 

MCCULLOCK, ISAAC GARLAND (TITUSVILLE, FLA. I 
OBITUARY 

MCCULLOJGH, CLYDE 

BULLS TELECAST DRAWS WELL; MACK'S FLAGS UNDERSCORED 
MCCULLOUGH, J. DOUGLAS 

DEFENDANT SAYS HE WILL -rESTIFY IN COLCCR CASE 

mCCULLOuOh, LILLIE (HURDLE MILLSI 
FOOT TASTES BETTER 

MCCULLOuGH, MAOy lce WO TOM 

SINGLE-SHOT FOR MRS. GATES 

MCCURDY, MICHAEL DAVID ( FAYETTEVIL' E , N.Y.I 
SEVEN ARRESTED AT OUKE CONCERT 

MCCUTCHEON, LOU 

PEGGY MANN AWARD WINNER 

METHODISTS GIVE AWARD TO "RS. MCCUTCHFCN 

TWO AGENCIES ASK COUNTY FOR I'lCREASFS 

SOCIAL SERVICES WORKER LOOKS 'ACK ON 37 yfaRS 



s 






"tn^ni 


N E 
P 


S 

DATE C PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 9YL 




H 2 


5/03/82 A 1 


F A54 




H 2 


6/28/82 C 1 


N 




H 2 


2/1R/82 D » 


P R S66 




H 2 


5/D3/R2 d 6 







S 2 

H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


1/02/12 A 3 

1/05/82 12 

11/10/82 A 16 

11/11/82 C 16 


P N 
N 






H 2 
S 2 


<./2R/12 A 14 
<>/29/02 A 5 


N 
N 




H 2 
S 2 


8/D5/92 A lA 
8/D5/82 B 6 


N 

N 




H 2 


9/29/82 A 11 


P 




H 2 


9/17/82 C 10 







H 2 


2/D9/82 A 12 


N 




H 2 


i/oa/»2 C 6 







5 2 


11/18/82 8 1 


P N P55 




H 2 


1/28/32 C 16 


P 




S 2 

H 2 


6/0<./»2 A 1 
6/05/82 B K. 


N 
N 




H 2 


10/D2/82 E 5 


N 




H 2 


3/28/82 A 4 


L 




M 2 


1/08/82 C 4 


N 




S 2 


3/01/82 C 1 


N 008 




S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


<»/13/B2 A 5 
4/14/82 A B 
',/l<,/e2 A 6 


N 
N 

N 




H 2 


U/29/82 C 1 


P U L57 




H 2 
S 2 


7/12/P2 3 I 
7/12/82 A 3 


N 

N 




H 2 


5/30/82 D 4 


L 




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


1/05/82 S 12 
5/06/82 A 9 
6/02/82 3 1 
6/U/82 E 8 
6/23/82 A 14 
6/23/82 A 5 
6/26/82 A 13 
6/27/82 A 4 1 
6/27/82 D 4 
6/23/82 4 ( 
6/30/82 B 1 
6/30/R2 A 5 
7/06/82 B 1 
7/07/82 S 1 
7/23/82 A 4 
7/25/82 D 4 
7/25/»2 D 4 
7/26/82 C 1 
7/28/82 5 1 
7/28/"2 B 1 
12/01/92 A 2 
12/01/92 A 1 
12/02/82 A 6 
12/02/32 4 11 


N M23 

N W36 

N W36 

N W36 

N M23 

N 

N W36 
' A 

N W36 
3 A 

N W36 

N 

N 

N 

L 

L 

L 

N M2 3 

N 'W36 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 




H 2 


1/20/82 C 5 







H 2 


10/23/92 3 5 







H 2 


10/10/92 e 12 


U M71 




H 2 


11/17/92 3 5 


N 




H 2 


1/07/92 C 1 


F B30 




H 2 


6/27/82 D 6 


L 




H 2 


4/D4/92 C 1 


N M51 




J 2 I2/0I/B2 B 1 P 
H ' 2/l3/''2 A 11 P 
H ? ^/D6/R2 3 I 
^ 2 <,/0?/»2 B 3 


P S76 

N 

N =81 

N 881 





MONTHLV/AN-JUiL 



INDEX 
12/31/12 



P»GE 203 
1/17/83 



£DuC&''00 JOINS wELF^flP nCARO 

L-'UIS^ WIMN MCCUTCH50N RECEIV;S P^GGY MiNN iwARCI 

MCCUrCHFON DECEIVES 4W»»D 

P=GGV MANN'S "E^aBY SHINES 



SR. (CAR'aoaoi 



"CPADEt JQHN nE^Rr "JACK' 
3^ I TuiRY 

O'iiruARY 

vcte'againsi" '■he reservoir so'ios 

•"cpaoe. lucinoa hahamai 

little p iver litter 4pp»lling 

"ccamel. eugene .,,., ^, , 

nixon asked for fund-raising help 
mcdiniel 'lans congressional '10 
■icdaniel. clarke file for co'igress 

■^i-DAMEL ATTACKS JMtTLEV IN A"! S 
REaOES'S digest 3ACKS CANOIOATE „.r-c 

C""EY 3IGGEST SPENDER IN 'l.C. CD^JGRESS RACcS 
JOHNSTON LOSES, HiHIOl TRAILS 

"COANICL. "ICHAEL C. 0. REV. (HICKIRYI 
LUTHERANS SELECTING BISHOP 

LUTi'E'ANS PICK PROF AS 5ISH0P ,,„ ,,^^ 

five aiSHOPS JILL S = EAK IN OLK E CHAPEL SERVICES 

luthe'an synod 9ish0p installed ^,.,„ 

lutheran elshop: he hopes uni^y ^ill ^e his legacy 

"cdaniels, davyonda 

man chaoged in ? assaults 

•<an awaits hearing on assaults 

•'coermott, robert m. 

hpnc na"ES sales manager 

MCOEviTT. jJAYN c^»p4IG^^ tactics blasted 

?UIT »ilNNED ON ALLEGED N.C. EMPLOYEES' CAMPAIGNING 

MCONALO. EUGENE (CHARLOTTEI 

i:CR"ER PRISONER HELPS INMATES FIND PEN PALS 

MCDONALD. FjGENE DR. ,„ .„ ^.„,, 

NIXON LI3RARY NEGOTIATORS TO .0 SLOW ,^ ^,t^„ 

mAr6 OEFINED 'lIxaN LI"RARY NEGOTIATIONS ARE RECUESTED 

COUNCIL EXPECTED' TO OPPOSE NI«ON MUSEUM 

NIXON MUS'=UM STILL DRAW? DUKE FACULTY IRE 

NIXCN LAWYE' TELLS DUKE TO MAI T ON LII?RARY ACTION 

NEXT LIBRARY STi^P UP TO NIXON LAWYERS 

DUKE HOTEL. ..WHEN' 

MCDONALD. JACKIE LYNN (CHICAGO. I LL . 1 

pai ARRESTS ..OMAN SOUGHT IN ADDUCTION OF HER SON 

MCDONALD. LEONA HOLLEMAN 
ORITUARY 

MCDONALD. WILLIAM A. 

CITY NEEDS IMPROVEMENTS 

MCDONALD. WILLIAM FRCD 

3 CHAOGEO IN ooaBERY; 0»'E CHA'GED WITH RAPE 
TWO CHARGED WITH P03BERY 

"CONALO. wILLIAM PAUL (SILEP CITY1 

p^l ARRESTS WOMAN SOUGHT IN Al DUC '^ I ON OF HER SON 

MCDO'IGALL. RICHARD (CHARLOTTEI 
LETTEO STRUCK WRONG NERVE 

MCDOnELL. Thomis h. "TOM" 

OLD RDU TERMINAL TC GET FACELIFT 

AIRPORT TO 36GIN =UYING LAND = OR RUNWAY AT ROU 

AIRPORT OFFICIALS FACING TIGHT 1992-83 BUDGET 

RDU LIMCUSIN£ AGREEMENT REACHED 

AUTHORITY SE=KS MINORITY =IDS ON RUNWAY PROJECT 

NEw AIRLI'.E PLANS RDU SERVICE 

TAXI DRIVER APR=STS SPU" RDU DISPUTE 

AUTHOOITY MAY START LICENSING TAXICAB DRIVERS 

2 N^W AIRLINES TO FLY FROM R DJ 

RDU CAB DPIVE»S FACE NEW PULE5 

RDU hEaC resigns 

3du airpooi directcr duits 
b'antley na^ed rou head 
bra'ltley chosen airport direcor 

"''-''^"| = port'states'ceath was result of natural causes 

•"cowell - fleming. davin h. 

the possible dream: durham cojple build a boat 

mcdowell - fleming. "artha 

THE POSSIBLE dream: DURHAM COJPLE BUILD A BOAT 

MCDUFFIE. JIM (SENATOR) 

FFMINISTS SAY STRATEGY DEFEATED E°A OPPCNFNT 

MCDUPMONT. LENQRA 

/•^UR MONEY FINANCES ABORTIONS 
GAS TAX WOULD HURT EVERYONE 

•'C=DDY. CRAIG (NEWTON GROVE) 

FDuo SAMPSON JAIL ESCAPEES AR= 

"CELWAINF. A'DREW 

HH-MUM ATTITUDE 

DON'T BEF'IENO DICTATORS 

"CENROF, JOHN 

MONEY NOT REAL ISSUE 

TOO MUCH MCFNPUF 

ARTICLE SAID UNFAIR TO TENi-lIS STAR 

MCFARL'ND. 9ILLIE JEA;<NE 
OBITUARY 

-CFARLAND. VALERA T. (CHAPEL HILLI 
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MCGEE. MIKE 

BAIN BANNED AT IQWA UAMES 



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MCGHE6. BOBBIE 



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t">0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 209 

1/01/82 - 12/31/82 1/17/83 

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N E ELY 

P D DATE t PG L P 9YL 

SHE STILL ENJOYS INDOOR PLANTS H J i,/25/HZ E 14 ° P GTS 

"CGHEEt CHARLES IVANCE-GRANVILLE STUDENT) 

STUDENT SAYS =C? KILLS SNAKES. TURTLES. SAB3ITS H 2 11/13/82 B 1 N L30 

"<CGHEE. F. T. "TOH"Y" (VANCE CO.l 

RUNOFF SET c:;o VANCE SHFRIF= H 1 7/07/82 S 1 M 

VANCE COUNTY SHFP.IF= LOSES H 2 7/28/12 A 12 N 

^RITE-I"! CAWPtIGN ORGANIZED IM VANCE TO RE-ELECT UAMM H 1 10/3D/82 C I N 

ICGHEE ELECTED VA-ICE COUNTY SHERIFF H 1 11/04/32 o 1 N 

■"CGILL. DARSYL 

«CGILL SOUTHERN'S BEST , S j ll/03/°2 2 » U CO" 

QARCYL "CGILL LEADS ALL-STABS S 2 11/24/82 C 2 P N C0<! 

""CGINNIS. DEANE (HFRTFOSDI 

FREEDOM OF THOUGHT H 2 2/24/82 A 4 L 

'•CGINNIS. FRANK GOOOF JR. 

°3I^UARY H 2 11/18/32 A 26 

"CGINNtS. TERRY IHUNTERSVILLEI 

PARALYZED -IAN FACING CHARGE H 2 5/29/82 C 12 N 

PARALYZED MAN CINVICTEO OF SHOOTING FORMER PAL H 2 12/18/82 E I N 

"CGLOIN. TIM 

PRIEST: ISLAND PROBLEMS AFFECT U.S. S 2 3/20/82 C 1 P N 583 

"CGOVERN. GEORGE 

NEW FACES OF 1982 (CARTOON! H 2 9/11/82 A 4 T T R56 

MCGRAOY, MARK 

BALANCED 8U0GET NOT ALWAYS BEST H 2 12/22/82 A 4 L 

"CCRATH, DIANE DR. 

TPUNGLE SUPPLIES 38 PERCENT 3F CALLS S 2 1/05/82 8 1 N S83 

SUN DIAL S 2 3/Q4/P2 C 1 N 

CANCER SERVICE GETS NEW CONTRACT H I i/XR/'Z A '4 N 

CANCER PHONE SERVICE TO CONTMuF S I 3/18/82 A 10 N 

•"CGRAW. JAMES R. 

MOTH NO DURHAM PROBLEM—SO F A' S 2 3/06/82 A 3 N F30 

'"CGREW. STFVE 

BENNETT. "CGREW GET ACC HONORS S 2 9/2a/''2 3 N 

"Cr-UINNESS. PATRICIA J. (CHAPEL HILLl 

OBITUARY H 2 5/14/32 C 8 

■'CGUIRE. THOMAS H, 

TURNAROUND: SYMPHONY REVENUE JP; DIRECTOR NAMED H 2 1/13/82 3 5 N W66 

j"^"?^^ kf;°r5.5EES BRIGHT FUTURE S 2 1/13/92 C 15 N 

A'^TICLE5ARTICLES S 2 1/14/32 11 N A15 

CHEERIER FINANCIAL NOTES FOR THE N.C. SYMPHONY » 2 1/15/82 A 4 = 

NFW OIRECTOP OUTLINES PLANS FDR SYMPHONY S 2 3/18/92 C 2 P N 

"CGUIRT. FRANK (UNION COUNTY! 

S8I TO PROBE UNION COUNTY SHERIFF H 2 2/14/82 All N 

"CHENRY, DONALD F, 

OUKF TO AHAOD 6 HONORARY DEGREES H ' 4/28/»2 A ir N 

DUKE TO GIVE 6 HONORARY DEGREES S 2 5/01/82 A 17 N 

"CHUGH. "ICHAEL P. (WHITESTONE. N.V.! 

TWO PARATROOPERS DIE IN ACCID=NT H 7 12/02/82 C 17 N 

NEn'PAPER SAY' AR"Y KNEW GF T^iOUBLE WITH PARACHUTES H 2 12/03/32 A 6 N 

ARMY SAYS STEERABLE -CHUTES SAFE H 2 12/09/82 A 10 N 

•"CHUGH. PETER ". (JUDGE! 

CHIEF JUDGE IN DISTRICT 17-A APPOINTED H 1 l2/03/'>2 9 1 N 

"CINNIS. ALICE PUGH OR. (BAYLEAFl 

CONVICTED KILLER WINS PAROLE S ■> 5/ll/«2 C 5 N 

WOMAN GETS PAPOLE S 2 5/13/82 C 12 N 

"CINNIS. DELORES (LAURINBUPGI 

REWARDS OFFERED S 2 2/10/82 C 7 N 

"CINTIRE, RAYMOND HAROLD 

'^°'1'"«'<^ H 2 2/11/82 C 19 

■'CINTOSH, TLINTON 

1975 DURHAM ESCAPEE CAUGHT OU' OF STATE H 2 4/02/92 B 1 N 

^-CINTOSH. JOF 

JOE MCINTOSH -MARKED "AN- ; 2 7/7'/8? =, 3 N 

"CINlnlH'^r'^ly^r^TrM'SS^Jrolf '"^ CONFIDENCE S 2 a/24/82 9 4 F S9! 

MLlNrn^H LAFcST VICTIM OF VIRJS H 2 9/05/8? D 1 N r57 

■ICINTCSM IN MIDDLE OF WCLFPACCS COLLECTIVE BRUISE H 2 9/14/82 B 3 N 

"CINTYOE. JAMES C. 

ARTS COUNCIL SET FOR DIRECTOR HUNT H 2 1/D7/R2 8 1 N JA6 

ATTS COUNCIL BEGINNING SEARCH S 2 1/02/11 A 5 m ^'''' 

MCI':TYRE will be "ISSEO S 2 1/04/82 A 4 F 

» !;2°* JJ^'O^I'S: LEADING CITHENS LIST FAVORITES S 2 1/07/82 1 P F 171 

ARTS DIRECTOR SAYS "lURHAM NO LONGER -TOBACCO TOWN- H 2 1/24/82 A 1 P F ^66 

mCINTyRE. JAMES F. (GREENVILLE! 

MOST -80 STATE CANDIDATES BRO< E CHECKOFF FUNDS LAW H 2 1/02/82 A f N 

COBEY BIGGEST SPENDER IN N.C. CONGRESS RACES H 2 10/25/92 3 5 » N 

■"CIVER. MARJORIE TICE 

Oin\l^lf H 2 10/09/82 B 8 

'-CKAY, DAVID N. 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMAN: TOWN LIBRARIES CHEATED H 2 5/22/92 A ID N ,J36 

"CKEE, GUY 

aSI^"'"" H 2 ->/n/P2 C 16 

"CKEE. PAUL JOHN (CLARKSVILLE. VA.I 

OBITUARY „ 2 9/17/82 C 10 

"CKEE. ROY (GASTONIAl 

HE WINS IN COURT - LOSES 8ATTLE FOR HEALTH H 2 3/26/R2 C 5 N 

"CKEE. TINA "A^IE 

3 CHARGED WITH PROSTITUTION H 2 7/15/F2 ■ 1 N 

P"LICF ARREST EIGHT WOMEN FOR PROSTITUTION S ' 7/15/82 A 5 N 

"CKEEHAN. n. L. (CHAPEL HILL! 

OBITUARY „ J 2/25/82 A 17 

"CKEITHAN. GENE (NAKINA! 

FARMER MAKES USE OF COMPUTE'S S 2 i/02/82 c 14 N 

MCKEITHAN. RONNIE LORENZO 



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0»ITU»RY 

"CKENNA, EVA _ H 2 5/02/82 C 3 ■> ? 
LIEHAKY HONORS ?VA -<C<6NNA 

-CKENMEY. "APY ^UTH ICHAPEL HILLI H 2 3/20/52 A 10 
OBITUARY 

■'C^ESNEY, WILSON L?R-Y H 2 7/25/52 C 2 C 
OOITUARY 

"'"=''ii|5i?5X^AiR a:;es -.racefully into worlo co-petitios h 2 6/25/^2 01 n C52 

"'''^'*iIrGE'?r.'-YirRS =N ORUG CHARGE ^ ' '''^'" ^ '= " "' 

""'"0E:;?c5aTS form asTI-hEL-S GROJP " 2 6/l<./»2 A 13 P N 

""'"5 Vl^°? i^r^!;°Ic!lOtNT 5 2 2/08/52 A 10 N 

"'^"■'liS;;EY-SS!;AM5 "Sr^ifL'pir'rSi^"" - 2 1^/^'/" ^ ' - 

•"CKI'JLEY, JI" IGREENSaORO) 5 , 2/39/52 6 N 
-CKINLEY QUITS 

"CKtNNEY, FRANCES GATES H 2 2/23/82 e ' 
0;ITUARY 

'*"'"'2lr.lu-15''LJAN OEH.NOS VARY AT BANKS 5 2 9/11/52 CI N SS3 

'^"''2!;;-FkcirA;t^5Lf COUNT 5 2 T/02/52 A 7 N 

-"'-iU^^A^J^S'l'J'hHiS^^Yir^riANTEO IN NEW YORK " ^ 7/02/82 A 13 N 

-'^■•TIU^tl'i-^^EO RENSSELAER M^ OAL = ^ '^^'^" ' 2=^ ^ 

fs;!:s-s^sgi?EB%?5^^3sir HOUSE s i is'/i.'/^i c i n 

-C<INNON^^HENRY_A.^WUOGE.^^ LOSE STATE LICENSING FIGHT H 2 <,/29/82 A 1 N 

-CKINNON.^gA-ES^^^ 3 5 ^ "°'"^' - ' " 

""■'^.'/RNEn-cSE^ o'rt MAO AN OILY. BURNEO S^-ELL „ ^ | j^/l^/fl J } " ^1^ 

Fu^uTuPE >iocos. CITY st50,::0T apart on lano " I iQ/li/Sl it f 

RACE IS NOT AN ISSUE IN PROJEtT BARGAINING S | i2:|l<;| J I ii 

PCi PROTESTERS CONVICTED. FINED " ^ lO/i^J/.Z 

■'^"'-515^; ^t2p?s'?.n 'gIl^SSOPO TO PROTEST TAX BREAK POLICY H | 2/20/|2 A - = N 

l^^^^il\^.?]:-^'^l¥\^^l^ ^Si^C^i ^ AT RALLY IN R.LEIGH S 1^ ^ | 1 P N 

<<ISSIC^ OVERLOOKS U.S. AIJ TO SOUL CITY |2 i^to/«2A i L 

ii'i'i-^'llWiuih'fi'o^r PC3 LANDFILL PROTEST " 2 '/l^/'" ^ - "< 

""'TouS2:SVe:;"2S.RGEO -ITH HAVING LOTTERY TICKETS H 2 10/14/82 3 5 N 

•"CNIGhT. kILLIE NATHANIEL H 2 10/08/92 A 12 
05ITUARY 

-C«3Y^ COT 5„5..., 5UPP0RT RON STEPHENS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY H 2 6/{J/^| 3 'l P N 951 

yEaGEP: POLITICS AT SCHOOL AN ERROR " | i/17/92 C 9 N 

YEAGEP: TEACHERS ERRED ^ - O" "' ^ 

"CKOY, J. XAPK ICHAPEL HiLLI u , 9/Q1/92 A 5 L 

FETUS MORE THAN AN APPENDIX ^ ^ l/Ul/li 

MCLAIN. nEN.NlS ^ 7 ll/QR/n2 9 1 N '*23 

■.CLJIN >-EJ0S GOODWILL i I ,,/i,/.l 9 1 N 

iOGoiiLL Ni-£S TRIANGLE CHIEF " 2 11/13/ 2 3 1 

"'CLAM9. CYNTHIA DEROSA ^ , I7/?5/q? A 5 N 

SAFE. CASH TAKEN FROM DURHAM =uSINESS " ^ 12/25/92 A 1 N 

"'"'■'''SlLLSROROyGH RESIDENTS PUSH FOR EXTENDED PHONE SERVICE S 2 3/23/82 A3 N -23 

-CLAREN. JOHN e , *,/ll/B2 3 1 P N R66 

HCLAREN FAVORS 9ULLS — SLIGHTLY ^ ^ a/ll/Oi J i 

••CLAUGHLIN. "OZELLA ^ , ^/n2/^2 E I P = H<.5 

1932: MOTHERS OF THE YEAR ** ^ 5/j<f/'Ji t 

MCLAUGHLIN. NATHANIEL W. , c , ?/ni/R7 A 1 N F3n 

HCLAUGHLIN JOINS CO"<r<ISSnNER'. • RACE 3 | l/o'/il B 1 N 

NINE TO VIE IN »OARO PRIMARY " | i^37%| g i N 

MCLAUGHLIN "EGINS RACE 3 I J/,;/, 2 i i L 

CANPII^ATE ACMIRASLE V 7 ?/T5/92 " 1 N 

RE-ARP IS O'F^REO IN HIT-AND-^UN OEAT