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Full text of "Ind-ex [serial]"

the libr.\ry of the 

lxi\t:rsity of 

north carolina 

AT CHAPEL Hn.L 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINXANA 



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D96i 

1983 
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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: 

THE DURHAM SUN 



Name Index 
January-December 1983 



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

ISSN 0741-0328 



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

SCOPE OF IND-EX: 

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

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



INDEXING DEPTH: 

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



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



ORGANIZATION: 

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

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

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



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Key To Symbols Used in IND-EX 






NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 



ED (Edition) 

listed, (regional) 

2 2nd (final) ed. (local) 



SEC (Section) 



PG (Page) 



TYP (Type) 

A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/ Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the editor 

MMap 

N News 

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 

A47 ALDERMAN. DONALD 

A54 ANDREWS, MARK 

326 HERMAN, RITA 

B30 BEST, KIM 

B46 BOLICK, SANDY HOYLE 
^ B51 BONDS, LOU 
S" B61 BOSWELL, CARL 
-.9 B66 BRITT, TONY 
^^ B71 BROILI, SUSAN 



B81 BROWN, PAUL 
COS CANNADA, NORMAN 
C09 CARSON, AL 
C19 CARVER, VEN 
C23 CASEY, LYNN 
C36 CHANDLER, CHARLES 
C52 COONS, KIP 
C56 COOPER, CHARLES 
C60 CORNELIUS, ANN 
D18 DASCENZO, FRANK 
D43 DIXON, WYATT 
D71 DRUM, KEITH 
EOS EASON, NATALIE 
E75 ESPOSITO, MICHAEL 
E93 EVANS, JOHN 
F2S FEATHERSTON, AL 
F30 FERRELL, RON 
F70 FRANCIS, JAMIE 
G09 GARRETT, NANCY 
G33 GENTRY, JERRY 
G43 GERMINO, HUGO 
G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 
G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 
H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 
H4S HODGES, BETTY 
H49 HODGES, ED 
HSS HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY 
H60 HOLMES, JACK 
H90 HUGHES, CATHY 
J06JALUVKA,LYNN 
J40 JOHNSTON, FLO 
J50 JONES, H. G. 
J52 JONES, JULIE 
J56 JONES, PAT 
J58 JONES, RICHARD 
K30 KEISTER, KEVIN 
K4S KIRKLAND, LAURIE 
K90 KREUZWIESER, MARK 
L2S LEE, BILL 
L30 LEE, ELEANOR 
L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 
L38 LEVY, ART 
L41 LITTLE, LOYD 
L57 LOUGEE, GEORGE 
M04 MCADAMS, KATHY 
M09 MCPHERSON, KATHRYN 
M23 MARKELL, MARY 
M27 MERRITTS, JOAN 
MSI MICHAEL, KAMMIE 
MS6 MICHAELS, GAIL 
M66 MOORE, HAROLD 
M71 MORRIS, RON 
M95 MURPHY, TRACEY 
N2S NEAL, KATHY 
N36 NEWTON, DAVID 
046 OLIVER, TOM 
P07 PACE, LEE 
P4S PLAISANCE, PAT 
'5S POWELL, CHRIS 
.109 RAINS, JOHN 
R56 ROGERS, V. C. 
R81 ROWE, CHARLES 
R91 RUMPLE, TONY 
S09 SATTERFIELD, CAROLYN 
S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 
S36 SHERRILL, BOB 
S45 SINK, JOHN 
—SSI SMITH, BILL 
SS6 SMITH. DEBBIE 



S66 SMITH. R. C. 
S76 SPARKS, JIM 

581 STAGG, BILL 

582 STEVENSON, JOHN 

583 STOVALL, MELINDA 
S91 SWAIM, RON 

T32 THOMAS, ASHLIN 

T37 THORNTON, JIM 

US7 UPCHURCH, KEITH 

W09 WALL, DON 

W24 WEEING, HENRY 

W36 WHELESS, AL 

W60 WILSON, JIM 

W66 WISE, JIM 

X02 RUMPLE & THORNTON 

X03 RUMPLE & SPARKS 

X07 PACE & SWAIM 

X09 MOORE & THORNTON 

XIO ANDREWS & MICHAEL 

X12 FERRELL & KREUZWIESER 

X14 WHELESS & MARKELL 

X16 STOVALL & KREUZWIESER 

X17 UPCHURCH & FERRELL 

X18 STOVALL & UPCHURCH 

X20 COOPER & SPARKS 

X21 STOVALL & FERRELL 

X22 MARKELL & FERRELL 

X23 SMITH & BROWN 

X25 ANDREWS & SCOTT 

X26 MARKELL & OSBORN 

X27 LEE & WHELESS 

X29 SHERRILL & BROWN 

X30 ADAMS & BROILI 

X31 STOVALL & WHELESS 

X33 UPCHURCH & KREUZWIESER 

X34 UPCHURCH & WHELESS 

X37 EASON & KREUZWIESER 

X39 BROWN & BONDS 

X40 LITTLE & BROWN 

X41 BROWN & ANDREWS 

X42 EASON & STOVALL 

X43 BROWN & BOLICK 

X44 STOVALL & MARKELL 

X4S EASON & MARKELL 

X46 ANDREWS & BEST 

X47 ADAMS & JALUVKA 

X48 STOVALL & BOLICK 

X49 BEST & LEE 

XSO WEEING & BOLICK 

X51 MARKELL/ KREUZWIESER/ STOVALL 

X52 EASON & FERRELL 

XS3 BONDS & SMITH 

X54 MICHAEL & BONDS 

XS5 WHELESS & EASON 

XS7 BROWN & WEEING 

X58 BOLICK & WHELESS 

X59 KREUZWIESER & BOLICK 

X60 FERRELL & LEVY 

X61 KREUZWIESER & JONES 

X62 KREUZWIESER & LEVY 

X63 JONES & CANNADA 

X64 OLIVER & ANDREWS 

X6S THOMAS & FERRELL 

X66 BROWN & OLIVER 

X67 LITTLE & OLIVER 

X68 KREUZWIESER & CANNADA 

X69 WHELESS & HUGHES 

X70 WHELESS & CANNADA 



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Regular Columns and Features 



Feature 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE (HARRY ROLLINGS WORTH) 

ANN LANDERS 

ASK DR. LAMB 

BOOK COLUMN (BETTY HODGES) 

BOTANICAL GARDEN COLUMN 

BULL'S EYE 

COMMUNITY NOTES 

CREATIVE DESIGNS (PATTERNS) 

CRIMESTOPPERS 

DAILY BREAD (PURNELL BAILEY) 

DISCOVERIES 

DURHAM COUNTY FARM CORNER (CARL HODGES) 

ERMA BOMBECK 

FAMILY WEEKLY 

FILM PROJECTIONS ( AL FEATHERSTON) 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT 

FREE OF CHARGE (SUSAN BROILI) 

FRIDAY 

GAIL MICHAELS 

GARDEN CLINIC 

GOREN ON BRIDGE (CHARLES GOREN) 

HANDICAPPED MAILBAG (BETTE ELLIOTT) 

HELOISE II 

HOROSCOPE 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 

LITERARY LANTERN (WALTER SPEARMAN) 

MERLE ELLIS-THE BUTCHER 

MINI-MOVIE REVIEWS 

ORANGE COUNTY FARM NEWS (DAVE WARREN) 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

PEOPLE IN BUSINESS 

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY (JOE GRAEDON) 

PERSONAL GLIMPSES 

R.C. SMITH (MOVIE REVIEWS) 

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 

$UPER$AVER (JAN LEASURE) 

TV WORLD 

TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH 

TEENS 

TRIANGLE CALENDAR 

WEATHER 

THE WEEKEND GARDENER (LIB GRIFFIN) 

WHIRL 

WHIRL CALENDAR 

WORKING (ELEANOR LEE) 

WORKING WOMAN (NIKI SCOTT) 

YOU AND YOUR PET 

THE YOUNGER SET 

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HENOERSON MURDER SUSPfCT C»PrjREO 4FTER FOUR YEARS 

EIGHT JURORS SELECTED IN VANCE HUROER TRIAL 

JURY SELECTION TO CONTINUE 

U JURORS SEATED FOR TRIAL 

VEREEN MURDER TRIAL TESTIMONY BEGINS 

MURDER TRIAL RECESSED AFTER P« LM PRI.-jT MADE 

BLOODY PRINT FOUND ON BILL HELD VEREEN'S 

JURORS BEGIN DELIBERATIONS IN VEREEN TRIAL 

VEREEN FOUND GUILTY OF MURDERING WOMAN 

VEREEN IS SENTENCED TO DIE FO? 1979 rdLLING OF HUMAN 

ABNtY, BOBBY C, RFC, (OECEASEDI 

MAftlNE ORO«NS IN CANOE MIShAP 

ABOU-OONIA, MOHAMFD B, OR, 

study: CHEMICAL COMBOS MAY BE MORE TOXIC 

Chemical hazards underrated 

abram, adam 

winners all! 
behind the scenes 



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ABRAMOWICh, DAVID 5TANI FY 

MAN ACCUSED OF CURSING, AND IT DIDN'T STOP THERE 

ABRAMS, JOHN QWIGHT 

LAWYER FOR R08BINS ACCUSES ANOTHER MAN OF TWO MURDERS 

WITNESS DENIES HELPING IN MURDERS 

■t AIN'T KILLED NOBODY,' WITNrSS TELLS LAWYER 

ROBBINS TRIAL FOCUSES ON FINGERPRINTS 

TESTIMONY ENDS IN ROBBINS CASE 

ABRAMS, PEGGE LEffNOI 

PERSONiL EXPERIENCE PROVES WO? TH OF HOSPICE 
HOSPICE IS AN IMPORTANT SERVICE 

'^'''"IgaiM^HB'tS m^iijT^IHf^tlfJ PAPER 

ABSHER, ROBERT THOMAS 

ROBBER STILL BEING SOUGHT 

ACHE, SAMUEL JEFFERSON IV (HIGH POINTI 

Two HIGH POINT MEN DEAD AFTER DISPUTE ABOUT OOGS 

ACOHBi GAIL 

ATHLETIC TRAINERS PART OF COUNTY SCHOOL TEAM 

ADAM. MEL 1 PEACE CORPSI 

IN PEACE CORPS, HE SAW QUICK ACTION 

ADAMS, AL 

GREEN. ROYALL, ADAMS BACK STUJY OF 
HOUSE RULES REVISIONS ARE URGED 



LOTTERY 



feud breaks out over dill, spreads to house, senate 

panel will reconsider new law 

panel to look at law's threat to informants 

adams, alfred b. 
director of 

adams, allison 

jalQvkJ, aoams win awards in press women CUMPEIITIO 

adams, anne h. dr. 

textbooks supplement newspapers in classroom 

adams. arthur j. 

EMaEiZLEMENT Charges lodged 
MAN IS Charged with embezzling 

ADAMS, dplph or. (Quke pathology PROFFSSORI 

DUKE SCIENTISTS FIND CANCER-FI GHT ING PROTEIN 

AOAMS, DOROTHY 

DECORATIONS LIGHT HEARTS 



ADAMS, HENRY (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ADAMS, JACK 

REVIEW OFFENSIVE 

EXCELLENT REPORTING 

DIVINITY SCHOOL: NO DEEP DIVISIONS 

THAT WOULD BE SOME TREE 

ADAMS NAMED EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR 

HERALD MAKES STAFF CHANCES 

DURHAM NEEDS ONLY ONE SCHOOL SYSTEM 



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ADAMS, JUUAN TURNER IDECEASEOI 

AOAHS, KRIS 

COUPLE SAYS FRIENDSHIP GOOD BASIS FOR MARRIAGE 

ADAMS, MICHAEL (NORTHERN HIGH SCHOnL GRAOUATEl 

AarIa CfteOLE. MICHAEL A0AM5 NaREiS OUtSTANOING SENIORS 

marriage. work in store for t3 p seniors 

aoams, prince (oeceasedi 
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Man Is indicted in Two sCayings 

MAN convicted of two SLAYINGS 



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fiSITuARY 

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PUMP FIGHTS LIVER CANCER 

*'"""d1.Ki's. ALARIE LEARNING ROLES FOR FjTuRE BLUEPRINT 
OUHE'S ALARIE IS GOOD. AND GETTING A LOT BETTER 

"■""vJfE-BSyfNG CHARGES BEING TRIED 

FIVE WITNESSES SAY ThEY WERE 'AID TO VOTE 

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TRIPLETS BORN AT DUKE 

ALBRIGHT, CAROL Taylor ISANFOROI , 
LIF? TERMS GIVEN IN LEE CRJMES 

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OBITUARY 

*i-b«ijtonj J^^^eLjj^j^j^j p^^^^ ,jj ^Ej-o^s;nEa r;ite cases 

"■""ki^ASSl^CELAYS ACTION ON «OR<FaRE 

alCORNi Charles or. i.wCCu dept. OF. EOyCATigNi 
tJaChers FAfiNG touCher cours; standards 

alOridge, freeman l.„ii 

yASIlNG »AIER COSTLY 

aldridge. raleigh roger (hatauca co.) 
man sentenced in pharmacist's death 

"■"'SSIn'is'christmas more than a holiday? 

"-"'SJJc'f Sf^^^T^^-s'^isSE-isiON pjAWS SOME complaints 

Charlotte man is chosen as acmng naacp chief 

WITNESSES say blacks face BARS lERS 

naacp LEADER CRITICIZES march PLANS 

NAACP LEADER SAYS EDUCATION IS TOP PRIORITY 

N.C. BLACKS mELCOME BIO 

'''"tm;iA',rlo'ull'"!^lU^'^>.ii'!>Uc SCHOOLS 

"■"'iPPxlNblS k^Sts'lY BRYAN. TAKES AMATEUR C»0-N 
ALEXANDER COASTS AS BRYAN FALTERS 
STRONG FIELD LINES UP FOR hER»LO-SUN CHASE 
history: past CLINGS TO HERAL3-SUN 

WILLIAMS, ALEXANDER TAKE DIFFERENT PATHS INTO FINAL 
ALEXANDER GETTING BACK IN SWIMG 

ALe"15eR*SToSs WILLIAMS, CAPTURES HERALD-SUN TITLE 

ALEXANDER WEARS hERalO-SUN CRJwN 

WHITFIELD. ALEXANDER TOP OC I FIELD 

ALEXANDER AIMS AT SWEEP VS. MOT-ShOT- FIELD IN OC I 



H 2 6/05/83 C 1 P U L57 
H 2 6/16/83 BAN 



H 2 12/31/93 B 1 P F L30 

H 2 2/12/83 A 6 F A20 

H 2 10/07/83 A 5 L 

H 2 <./0e/83 C 6 



S 2 a/Ol/83 A 1 
H 2 3/02/93 B 1 



H 2 2/23/83 6 2 N M71 

S 2 12/07/83 1 P U D18 

H 2 9/21/83 A 9 N 

H 2 9/22/83 A 7 N 

H 2 5/26/83 A 7 N 

H 2 5/03/83 a 1 P P T37 



H 2 2/21/83 B 1 

H 2 7/23/83 <• 

H 2 9/08/93 C 6 

H I 9/20/83 B 1 

S 2 3/31/83 C 1 

S 2 7/02/83 A 4 L 

S 2 4/12/83 a 8 N 

S 2 12/22/83 A 1 P F S09 



N C05 



H 2 5/26/83 A 17 

H 2 6/l'./33 A 12 

H 2 8/01/83 A 3 

H 2 8/24/83 A 16 

H 2 10/22/93 C 2 

H 2 10/31/83 A 1 



H 2 7/16/83 A 4 



N 
N 
N 
N S51 

E 



"•^"rEal'esTaTE^FROM football in the taZOO basin to MACkOBIOLOGY 



sanfosd icove cpeeki 

MECKLENBURG MAN Charged with murder 



ALEXANDER 
MECK 

ALFORQ. JOHN L. 



H 2 5/31/83 e 2 P N P07 

S 2 5/31/83 1 P N F25 

S 2 7/01/33 1 P U F25 

S 2 7/07/83 B I P U F25 

H 2 7/10/83 a 2 P N POJ 

H 2 7/10/33 B 5 P F X07 

H 2 7/11/93 A I P P F7g 

H 2 7/11/83 B 2 P N P07 

S 2 7/11/93 3 P U F25 

H 2 7/24/83 B 4 N P07 

H 2 8/05/33 C 1 P N S91 



IN DURHAM M 2 9/19/83 10 P f L41 
S 2 1/14/83 A 2 N 



MON THLY/A 



l/oV/83 



i3/Si)a 



N A H E S 



ALFOROi RON 



SfE 



AK OUT. MERCHANTS 



ABOUL (ARNETTE AVE. 
MAN PURSUES THIEF. 
AN ACT OF BRAVERY 



'NABS' P0C<ET300K 



ALL 

ALI ( SHEIKH RuSTUM 

GAS PRICE MAY FALL AS LOW AS 50 CENTS 

EHBAUGO ON ARAB OIL DOUBTED 

NCCU ANALYST SAYS OIL SURPLUS LIKELY TRANSITORY 

,_. - SPIDER MUSEUH, RICHMIIND, VA.I 
SS HUFFET HOULD NOT GO FOR THIS 

ALLEN, BLANCHE lOECEASEO) 

SlICk'^PSESS secretary says HELMS IS MISUNDERSTOOD 

allen. e. a. capt. 

caPt. Allen, psq official, suffers attack and dies 
police commander. e.a. allen jr.. dies 
obituary 
allen honored 



ALLEN 



'i^!\ilkr 



IDECEASEO) 



IlEeX SutfEti Js DIRECTOR OF BLACK BUSINESS GROUP 

CHAIN OUSTS ITS DIRECTOR 

ALLEN SPARKED CHAIN'S REVIVAL 

ALLEN DID NOT RESIGN 

ALLEN, JAMES IPHFNIX CITY, ALA.) 
COUPLE COURT LONG DISTANCE 



ALLEN, JESSIE (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



ALLEN, KARL 

KARL ALLEN RETIRES 

ALLEN, LINOA M. 

ALLEN SPARKED CHAIN'S REVIVAL 
ALLEN DIO NOT RESIGN 

READS LIKE MOVIE PLOT 

ALLEN, LONNIE G. REV. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, MARTY LAMONT 

5 ARRESTED. CHARGED IN RAPE 

CHARGES REDUCED AGAINST 3 ACCUSED OF JAIL ASSAULT 

TEENS GET 2-YEAR TERMS 

YOUTHS GET PRISON TERMS FOR ASSAULT 

ALLEN, MATTI6 "SALLY" WILLIAMS I0E:EASEDI 

ubituary 

iSnC MofesSors find many soap opera fans on campus 
allen, samuel lionel (deceasedi 

'^^^"SEra^SSs'Ctbim'ATTACKED 

ALLEN, THOMAS C, II 

SYMBOL OF TYRANNY 

ALLEN. THURLOhE (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, H, A. "BILL" 

Center, hIlSOn firing top picks of -az 

*'"'■ ''lLt?3'I 'ZELIG' IS A CLEVER -DOCUMENTARY' 
ALLEN, 'ZELIG' MARVELOUS 

ditHHITS CENTURY MARK l^ WIN OVER DEVILS 

ALLEYNE. GEORGE (BROWN UNIV. STUDENTI 

SON OF FAYETTEVILLE couple FOJND dead in DORMITORY 

ALLGOEVER. OIANNE I WINSTON-SALEMI 

wliMAN SPENT 18 Says waiting... FOR 

ALLIGOOD, nONALO (BUTNER PUBLIC SAFETY OEPT.I 

PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS AGREE: buTNER NEEDS NEW BUILDING 

ALLIN, JOHN REV, IEPISCO''AL BISHOPI 
EPISCOPAL CONVENTION PLANNED 
EPISCOPAL DIOCESE TO INSTALL 3ISH0P 



HER TRIAL BEFORE CHARGE DISMISSED 



NASCAR DRIVERS LEFT SITTING i1 RAIN 

WALTRIP-ALLISON: round 3 SIMMERS 

ALLISON WINS SOUTHERN TO WIDEN POINTS LEAD 

ALLISON HAPPY ENT" 

POINTS STRUGGLE 

AFTER RACING 22 YEARS. NO NASCAR CROWN 

ALLISON NAMED DRIVER OF YEAR 



ering final points stretch 
Cheating at fore of American soo 



NO regrets for ALLISON 



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5 

DATE C 


PG 


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L 


t 

Y 

P BYL 




^ ! 


5/10/83 A 
5/12/85 A 


9 
10 




n F30 
N 




H 2 


3/31/a3 A 


*. 




L 




H 2 

S 2 


2/12/83 B 
2/15/83 A 


^ 
^ 




N 
E 




S 2 


l2/l<./83 


1 


P 


U C09 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


3/17/83 A 
10/16/83 B 
10/23/83 a 


a 

1 

10 


P 


N 

U H*,9 

N 




H 2 


5/13/83 


7 


P 


F 330 




H 2 


12/16/83 C 


9 









S 2 


7/13/83 A 


9 




N 




S 2 

H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


10/17/83 A 
10/18/83 B 
10/19/83 C 
12/06/83 C 


1 
9 
i, 
1 


P 
P 

P 


N 


P T37 




H 2 


6/10/83 C 


a 









H 2 


3/16/83 a 


5 









S 2 

H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


6/10/83 A 
6/11/83 B 
6/l<./83 A 
6/20/83 A 


1 
I 

5 


P 


N A',7 

N 
L 
L 




H 2 


6/26/83 E 


1 


P 


F Ji-O 




H 2 


8/11/83 A 


8 




N 




H 2 
H 2 


5/06/83 C 
5/07/83 B 


5 
9 










S 2 


7/01/83 C 


1 




N 




S 2 
H 2 


a/l'./83 A 
6/20/83 A 


4 
5 




L 
L 




H 2 


11/06/83 E 


2 


P 


F H<,5 




H 2 


9/07/83 A 


U 









H 2 
H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


<./16/83 B 
12/15/83 B 
12/15/83 C 
12/16/83 B 


5 
1 
1 
1 




N 

N 

N F30 

N 




H 2 


2/20/83 C 


1 1 









S 2 


3/08/83 A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


U/l-t/BS B 


10 









H 2 


6/05/83 D 


5 




L 




H 2 


10/20/83 A 


■i 




L 




H 2 


U/15/83 B 


9 









S 2 


1/01/83 C 


3 




N EOS 




S 2 

H 2 


11/03/83 D 

u/OA/as 


5 

4 


P 


R A15 
U S66 




H 2 


1/12/83 C 


3 


P 


N C52 




H 2 


<./26/83 B 


5 




N 




H 2 


3/01/83 A 


10 




N 




H 2 


7/28/83 B 


I 




N E75 




H 2 
S 2 


1/22/83 A 
1/22/83 A 


8 
6 




N 
N 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


3/06/83 B 

3/07/93 B 

9/0'./93 B 

9/06/83 B 

10/07/83 C 

10/23/83 C 

11/20/83 B 

12/18/83 B 


1 
2 

5 
1 

1 
7 

't 


P 

P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
P 


F S91 
N S91 
F S9l 
N S91 
N S91 
F S91 
F 
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ALLISON, DANNY NATHAN ( HEBANE I 



MaNTHLT/ANNUiL INQEX Br NAMES 



5§ 


0AT6 C 


PG 


I 
L 

L 


T 

P BYL 


S 2 

H 2 
M 3 
S 2 


8/2<./33 A 
9/0>)/a3 A 
9/14/83 a 
9/l<./e3 A 






N 
N 

N 
N 
N 


H 2 


10/02/83 C 


10 


P 


F 



NUAL INDEX ar NAMES PACE «. 

l/'0l/83 - 12/31783 l/lT/S". 



CHAPEL HILL MAN EACES SEX, BRrAK-IN CHARGES 

UNC stuoEnT'S hearInS Slated on sex charges 

HEARINGS SET EOR STUDENT 
EX-STUOENT TO BE TRIED IN BURGLARY 
EX-UNC STUDENT IS INDICTED 
UNC STUDENT IS INDICTED ON CHARGES 

ALLISON. OAVEY ISTOCX CAR DRIVER) 

LIKE FATHER... MITH years OF <NOWLEOGE AVAILABLE. SONS OE DRIVERS... 

"■'■'^2S{RieA''HAY''B£^"0N''fHE -ENO' S 2 1/26/83 A I N X51 

*'-'"'^9w5 iiiN tS^rSS'BiNO CHARGED IN CLERK'S DEATH H 2 7/02/83 A 10 N 

"■"■'^N?! '^rTal''0R0ERE0 for man convicted of KILLING MOTHER H 2 1/I2/B3 A 10 N 

*'-'-'^VOfER*REGISTRATION CONTINUING NONSTOP S 2 2/11/83 C 1 N 583 

ALLISON HEADS CAUCUS S 2 a/22/93 C N 

2 STUDENTS FROM DURHAM IN ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM H 2 6/25/B3 A 11 N 

GROUPS ASK BLACK TUTORIAL PROGRAM IN COUNTY SCHOOLS » 2 7/06/83 A 1 P N H2<. 

COUNCIL TRIMS MAYOR'S POWERS H 2 12/06/83 A 1 N S51 

BLACK COMMITTEE PICKS PANEL HEADS H 2 U/09/83 B 1 N SSI 

"-'■''gSlTHIli^"* '■"'■'^ ■"'''" IHILLSaOROUGH. ^ ^ 10/03/83 B 7 

"■'■'^2oUNr8Y^MtEfs''JSf'lN A JAZZ PIANO H2 <,/0l/83 9 U566 

"■'■'"ALpSiBETICAL SEATING GOT THEM TOGETHER H 2 9/04/83 E 2 P F H<,5 

''■'■''^SfNitrvi^PII^Ki BURLINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT'S POWERS H 1 6/01/83 B 1 N 

ALLREO says he may run for ALAMANCE BOARD SEAT H 1 11/12/93 B 1 N 046 

"-'•"S6L??rMiB SlEi-4S^raG§ttl"' H 2 1/05/83 a S N 

TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN POLICEMAN'S DEATH H 2 1/06/83 A 8 N 

"•'-"^g6uSSiS'of-Ki55''D{il'IPi«''' "^ 8/19/83 A 12 

*^^"^gilK!??.i'?^^?«iNl?^gRife^''^'*""'' ""°°^ ""'''"'' H 3 6/15/83 a 1 N 

"■'■''^B1i?5n°PouNO£0 on free EXPRESSION S 2 12/10/83 A 4 L 

ALLSBROOK, JULIAN (SENATORI ,/r,i/oi . ji u 

BILL SEEKING ANIMAL THEFT CRACKDOWN H 2 2/03/83 A 21 N 

LEGISLATORS' VOTES SHOULDN'T BE HIDDEN H 2 3/15/83 A 4 E 

PRISON INMATES NOT UNCARING " 2 6/14/83 A 4 L 

ALPhIN, bobby ray (KINSTONI , . , t , a/,/i/»1 A ? N 

KINSTON MAN CHABGEO MITH DOUBLE SLAYING S 2 2/30/83 A 2 N 

KIN5T0N MAN Charged in 2 slayings » 2 3/31/83 a 5 n 

"■'"'i^pS^i'^g riAcft^REAL ESTATE L. H S 2 1/18/83 A 5 N 

"■^'°q3iTUArI '•°'^ ICARRBORO) „ ^ 1/08/83 B 7 

ALSTON. BARRY EUGENE r , i./?B/fl^ A ^ N 

MAN SUFFERS WOUND 5 2 4/29/83 A 3 N 

ALSTON, BENJAMIN WAYNE , ^ -, e/jq/o-. a th N 

mIn EaCES 12 CHARGES AFTER CHASE , „„ ? I l/ln/Sl ?! N 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT ON OFFICER 5 2 5/30/83 C 1 N 

"■STOgjj!^|.YgE J. „ 2 10/13/93 A 18 

"■^"oSlfuARIES* '°"""°' H 2 5/13/B3 A IC 

ALSTON. FRANK HOWAHQ c t t;/n7/fll A 4 r 

DUKE WISE TO PICK MRS. SEMANS 5 2 5/07/93 A 4 L 

ALSTON, FRANK M. lACCOUNTANTI , , ,,,,/«, .IN 

ALSTON TO VISIT NCCU 5 2 1/17/83 A 7 N 

"■^^°^iu^^°Q^^pfeiLs''HIfl*pioSECUTORS ON SILENCE ISSUE H 2 11/05/83 A 16 N 

"■^"oJitSaRy"'' "^""^ lOECEASEDI „ j 4/12/83 A 9 

"■^'°l'iRtE''cHiR^EO IN BREAK-IN H 1 6/11/83 B 1 N 

"■"°?i!AW«^''JSuiV?"iiro5iwNS " ' a/19/83 B . N 

ALSTON. LEROY . . ,,,7,07 a *, w 

f^l*Vl.iN?^?er!R ASSAULT CASE I . '/ S 

YOUTHS GET PRISON TERMS EOR ASSAULT " 2 12/16/83 B I N 

"-^'°a{N"5S?5 iUE4"?3 SlrE'iEPUTY H 1 12/30/93 B 1 N 

ALSTON, ROBERT L. , . , 

FRANKLIN MAN HELO IN SLAYING 

ALSTON, SUOIE HARRIS (DECEASED! 

ALSTON, VALERIE IHENDERSONl , ,^ 

SOUTHERN RACISM STILL ENTRENCHED 

ALT, E. B. 

LIMIT BILLBOARD USE 

ALTMAN, FCRREST 

IMAGES TO CONSIDER 

PEACE VIGIL CONTINUES 

WE MUST STAND TOGETHER FOR PEACE 

GROUP READY TO HELP FILM-ShOC<ED VIEWERS 



H 


1 


6/21/93 


a 


I 


N 


H 


2 


4/02/83 


B 


5 





H 


2 


5/31/93 


A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


6/20/93 


A 


5 


L 


H 
H 
H 

s 


2 

2 
2 
2 


4/06/83 
8/26/83 
10/08/83 
11/16/83 


A 
A 
A 
A 


5 
5 
4 
4 


L 
L 
L 
L 



MONTHLY/AN 



1%'iA 



NAMES 



't^h/a? 



P D 



5 ' ^ 

£ L T 

C PC L P 8VL 



ATIENTION, DURHAM SHOPPING CENTERS 

"■'*''f5«N)(5i!f''i}aRMS SWEEP STATE 

'"''"jH^IPTigJirS^rwyCMANO AN AMATO, THERE'S A «AY 
AMATQ WORKS WITH THE BEST 

'""AaK^^D^uRkEN drivers pay VICTIMS 

DURHAM'S MADO HOPES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 
IT TAKES TIME TO CHANGE ATTITUDES 

AHSLERi MARCIA 

KOREAN JET -BEHAVED SUSPICIOUSLY' 

AMBR0S|j^.f»N_g|L0R§J^^gA5H^;,^TON. N.f.. 

HEAT KILLS AT LEAST 5 TAR HEELS 



DATE 
H 2 l^/^S/Bi A 5 

H 2 7/23/63 A 1 



H 2 <./2'S/B3 B 1 F W24 
S 2 6/25/83 b 3 P N C09 



H 2 1/31/83 A 
H 2 9/06/83 A 
H 2 10/20/83 A 



S 2 9/08/83 A 



H 2 7/21/83 A 1 N 
H 2 7/22/33 A I P N 



AMOAH^^^B|RJ^^g^gNfXy|l^^^ PROMISE OF SILICON VALLEY COMING TRUE IN THE RTP7 H 2 5/29/63 A 21 P F L'.l 

"^'*'0^?fuARY-'°"'* '0"""°' H 2 11/10/63 A 14 

AM6Y, PLUMMER HENDERSON REV. „ „ , o/jc/m r it n 

THE REV. AMEY, BAPTIST MINISTER H 2 8/25/63 C 16 



(5.7 MILLION 



Jo(iTRAfTOR WINS LIEN AGAINST AMICK HOME 

AMICK LISTS ASSETS: t2.7 MILLION; DEBTS: 

AMICK LISTS ASSETS AND DEBTS 

MICA SENDS CREDITORS NEW PLAN 

MICA OFFICIALS PROPOSE NEW FINANCIAL STRUCTURE 

CREDITORS QUESTION CHAIRMAN 0= MICA 

AMICK QUIZZED BY CREDITORS 

WARRANTS CITE MICA OFFICIALS 

WARRANTS ISSUED FOR 2 MICA OFFICIALS 

FORECLOSURE ALLOWED ON 2 AMICK PROPERTIES 

AMICK'S MOTELi PLANE REMOVED = ROM PROTECTION 

WARRANTS ISSUED AGAINST AMiCK 

BANK CLAIHSt AMICK DENIES LOAN DATA FALSIFIED 

BANK SAYS AMICK GAVE FALSE LOAN INFORMATION 

MICA'S AMICK ARRESTED ON BAD CHECK WARRANTS 

LAWYERS APPOINTED FOR MICA OFFICIALS 

2 MICA OFFICIALS FILE FOR COU? T-APPOI NTED LAWYERS 

MICA SELLS STOCK IN XPCL 

MICA SELLS XPCL STOCK 

MICA MEMO REPORTED MISSING 

LARRY AMICK'S WIFE FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

AMICK: IT'S CHAPTER 11 FOR MICA 

MICA TO SEEK REORGANIZATION UNDER CHAPTER 11 OF U.S. 

AMICKS SUED OVER USE DF HOUSE IN CROASDAILE 

SUBDIVISION OWNERS FILE SUIT AGAINST AMICKS 

JUDGMENTS AGAINST MICA FILED 

GIVE The AMICKS PRIVACY 

BAO PUBLICITY DISTRESSING 

MICA FILES FOR REORGANIZATION 

MICA FILES TO REORGANIZE 

MICA EXECS ENTER PLEAS 

MICA OFFICIALS PLEAD NO CONTEST TO CHARGES 



AMICK FORECLOSURE CASE CONTINJEO 
FORECLOSURES ON AMICK'S HOMES CON 
JUDGE OK 'S HOUSE SALE 



TINUED BY JUDGE 



AMICK DEBT-PLAN EXTENDED 

AUDIT OF GA. METALS FIRM IS ORDERED 

»224t032 LIEN FILED FOR TAXES 

BANKRUPTCY JUDGE ORDERS AMICKS 

AMICKS MUST FILE PLAN BY SEPT. 3 

JUDGE OK'S ISSUE OF XPCL STOC< 

FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERS AMICKS TO SELL HOUSE 

JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING AMICK, ASSOCIATE 

AMICK, ROSENMARKLE ARE SENTEnIEO 

MICA OFFICIALS GET SUSPENDED JAIL SENTENCES 

FIRM GETS SECOND EXTENSIC "■ " ' "" 



SELL THEIR MOTEL 



EXTENSION ON PLAN TO REPAY CREDITORS 



AMICK. SHARON KAYE 

LARRY AMICK'S WIFE FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 
AMICK: IT'S CHAPTER U FOR MICA 

AMIGH, KEVIN 

aOO SOULS RUN DURHAM RACE FOR FUNt PRIDE 

AMMON, MARTHA 

OPPOSE CLINCH RIVER PROJECT 



AMNOTT. JANE AND DEL 

THE AMNOTT collection: 



A holoay tradition at n.c. museum of life.. 



EX-,<IFE KILLED IN CASWELL 



AMOSt DENNIS B. DR. (DUKE MEDICAL CENTERI 
DUKE TEACHERS HONORED 
2 DUKE DOCTORS ELECTED TO NATIONAL SCIENCE GROUP 

'"""SsifSlI?" *'■''"' 

'"""jsKfteS^i^LTau^^^rcfiJ. 

ANDERSON, BLANCHE CRAFTON (DECEASED I 
OBITUARY 

*'*"'5S^ci4rA6sES"saN:''i5!flS!°^Rc^EssoR 

ANDE jpgfn ^CMOL BUS DRIVERS NEEDED 



"^SS^kEW'SuI^I^ jrRfi^Ri'Kra^D BY PICKUP TRUCK 

IN.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITALI 

StEKS MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CHESHIRE FILES FOR POST 

HILLSBOROUGH POLITICS HEATS UP AS THREE FILE 

CITIZENS SHOULD GET INVOLVED, CANDIDATES SAY 

CANDIDATES IN CARRBORO ELECTIONS EXPRESS VIEWS 

VOTE FOR DOUG ANDERSON FOR CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMAN ON NOVEMBER 8TH 

CARRBORO CAMPAIGN: SLATE VS.' I NOEPENDENTS 

SHEFFIELD, PORTO WIN MAYOR'S (ACES; THREE ENDORSED BY ASSOCIATION WIN... 

CARRBORO VOTERS ELECT PORTO MAYOR 



H 2 


1/06/83 


C 


10 


N 




H 2 


1/12/63 


B 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


/12/83 


C 


1". 


N 




H 2 


1/13/83 


B 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


./I3/63 


A 


5 


N 




S 2 


l/l<./83 


C 


1 


N 


sa3 


H 2 


1/15/83 


c 


I 


P N 


L41 


H 2 


,/20/63 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


,/20/a3 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


1/26/83 


B 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


/26/63 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


727/83 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


/28/33 


B 


1 


N 


851 


S 2 


/28/a3 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


1/29/83 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


2/12/63 


C 


1 


N 


851 


S 2 


2/12/83 
2/15/83 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


B 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


2/15/63 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


2/17/83 


C 


16 


N 




S 2 


2/17/63 


c 


1 


N 


S63 


H 2 


2/18/63 


B 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


2/18/83 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


2/23/63 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


2/23/83 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


2/26/63 


C 


12 


N 




H 2 


3/D2/83 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


3/10/83 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


3/11/63 


B 


1 


N 


L4I 


S 2 


3/1 1/83 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


3/ 9/83 


B 


1 


N 


851 


S 2 


3/ 9/83 


A 


16 


N 




H 2 


VAVAl 


B 


k 


N 


L41 


S 2 


A 


N 




H 2 


',/08/63 


C 


5 


N 




H 2 


5/07/63 


A 


10 


N 


L41 


H 2 


5/29/63 


A 


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DOCTOR »C3JlTTcD IN SUIT 
juar DECIDES OUKE UROLOGIST ND T NEGLIGENT 

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"^"52R-s3J!;!T'?5'Sfl??2J'.SgE^St^: 

INOERSON, GARY lUNly. OF C»LIF. »NI HAL SC I ENCE PRQF. I 
EfBRTO EXPESImSnTS produce halF Sh£EPi HALF GOaT 

*HOeR|gNj^^E0«G|,B,^.DANVJ^LE, V.^,^^ ^,^^^^ ,^ ^^^^^^^ 

*'*°"?23'p?Ssd;s-'1SFkILLEO in separate ACCIDENTS 
FUNERAL SERVICE T3DAY FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 
BRIAN I. SMITH INDICTED IN CREECH MURDER CASE 
GRAND JURY RETURNS 92 INDICTMENTS .,,,„ 

OFFICIAL STATES BILL INVOLVING DEATH MUST BE RESUBMITTED 
MURDER INDICTMENT HANDED DOWN 
CALLOER IS INDICTED FOR MURDF) 
MAN SENTENCED IN TRAFFIC OEAT^ 

AHDERIgN. HUgg,^R- i|?iKgrNS"to'£°Ii*?8' DEDICATE PORTRAIT OF SCHWEITZER 
*'«'"IS3fR^S£^DLUMN DISTORTED 

"""3P?iAL'?Gi?°Fj7Etif?'-SSk2-Ff,5ViJls cross-country trip in N.C. 

ANOERSQNt JOHN B. 11980 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE) „,„,„ 

NEm POLITICAL PARTY BEING CONSIDERED BY JOHN ANDERSON 

The 16-millIOn man 

^^.., ^ ^. , (OXFORD) 

TWO DOCTORS SAY PANEL SWAYED THEM ID OXFORD 



REGULAR EXERCISE. DIET 



ANDERSON, JOHNNIE LEE IFLORIDA) 

POLICE SAY MAN BANDAGED VICTK 

AHCERSON, LONI 
CHARL 



AY nap WOMEN' S SONES 

AWAITED HER RETURN FKOM HOSPITAL 



OTTE HOSTS MOVIE PREMIERE 
ANOERSQNi NANCY OR. 

Children ouick to master compjters 

ANOERSCN. PAGE A. w. DR ■ 

ANDERSON GETS HEART GROUP POST 

AHDcRSON, ROBERT (MIGRANT WORKER) 

N.C. SLAVERY CONVICTIONS ARE JPHELO 
SLAVERY CONVICTIONS UPHELD 

'"""c^iSj n'^tldhHiiic. SsED ON PEOPLE OVER AGE -0 

ANOOL||,J,^tf^5N'5?§gl!e'3?tl3ji5'^HR!LL. UNFAIR 

"""SiY^ffN^ERTAINMENT 

"""?S,:TSgSS SOFTBALL 

ANDREWS, EVERETTE SAMUEL (DECEASED) 

"""^OnJ S?HoiL if ?5lARMACY BENEFACTOR ANDREWS DIES 
FRATERNITY FOUNDER. OR. FONNIE ANDREwS 

ANDREWS. FRANCES 0. 

ACADEMY DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT SUIT 

ANDREWS. HERBERT G. (TAILOR) , , ,, „^ 

FCLPIS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

ANDREWS. IKE (REP.) ,„ „, 

SOUND PRINCIPLE. GOVERNOR 
HOW SINCERE? 

rep: inlTUY IIJI SoSIbBLING MIGHT JEOPARDUE LEAF PROGRAM 

ANDREWS BILL WOULD BLOCK SALE OF U.S. LAND IN RESEARCH PARK 

BILL WOULD PROHIBIT SALE OF LAND IN RTP 

SOME DRIVING PRIVILEGES RETURNED TO ANDREWS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: wITh ThE FDuRTh ESTATE 

C03EY NEEDS A NEW IMAGE 

VIEWS ON BEIRUT MISSION CLASH 

ANDREWS: REMOVE TaOOPS , „ 

ANDREWS' PLAN CALLS FOR ELDERLY EDUCATION 

HOWARD LEE ALMOST SURE HE WILL RUN FOR CONGRESS 

AN UNHEALTHY IDEA 

HEALTH INFO VALUABLE 

ANDREWS RAPS GUIlFORO POLLUTION 

ELOERLY PEOPLE NEED REP. ANDREWS' BILL 

ANDREWS' HEALTH SILL NOT NEEDED 

HEARING SET ON ANDREWS' BILL , , 

COBEY PLANS CAMPAIGN TO UNSEAT IKE ANDREWS 

HEALTH EDUCATION BACKED 

COBEY TO CHALLENGE IKE ANDREWS AGAIN 

ANDREWS' HEALTH EDUCATION BILL SURPORTED 

ANDREWS. J. BRIGHT JChaPEL HILL) 
FOi HUNTING A CRUEL SPORT 

DCN'T LOOK UP FOR HEAVEN. OOWl FOR HELL 
NO EVIDENCE HEAVEN IS READY 
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ANDREWS, PEARL CRAWFORD lOftANCE CO.) 

OBITUARY 

ANDREWS. THOMAS Blair (DECEASED) 



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Oai TUAftY 

ANDROPOV, YURI 

N.C. LETTER GETS SOVIET ATTENTION 

GIRL'S LETTER GETS REPLY FROM ANOROPOV: 

THE ANOROPOV LETTER 

REAGAN PLAYING POKER WITH ANDROPOV ICARTOONI 

RUSSIAN WOMEN READING NEWSPAPER ABOUT ANOROPOV 

ANOROPOV, THE BUTCHER 

ANOaOPOVS CORO TO WORLD OPINION SEVERED ICARTOONI 

ANDROPOV FULLY RESPONSIBLE 

TODAY, 007. TOMORROW, THE wORL 07 

YURI ANOROPOV STATUE ICARTOONI 

TIME'S MEN OF THE YEAR ICARTCONI 

SETTER NOISE THAN SILENCE 

"•"•w&HJR''SrfH§^?llR 
ANCE, CLYDE PHILLIP 

MAN Gets t years in shooting 

DURHAM MAN GETS 7-YEAR TERM ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

*" 'ol'F-B!llfY'*0tFT?ER ARRESTS MAN IN GUN-POINTING ROW 
ANGE, WILLIE 

MAN Of year 

ANGEL, JUDITH 

LACK Of UNITY DISTURBING IN GROUP SHOW 

ANGLIN, GLENN MRS. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

ANGLIN. JESSE 

ANGLiN ON BOARD 

anlyan, william c, dr. 

anlyaN: Physician supply 'balanced* 

duke official says unpaid bills threaten health care 

anlyan: poor, elderly get "raw deal' in health care 

anlyan: treatment sought closer to home 

officials seek t75,000 for city of medicine 

building to bear anlyan's name 

tower 10 be named for anlyan 

folks around here 

duke names hospital tower, central core for or. anlyan 

anlyan will be honored in ceremonies at duke 

anlyan honored 

anson, charles ibritish diplomat! 

diplomat: british, u.s. differences are friendly 



ONY, FRANCIS MARION ICHARLOTTEI 
DEATH SENTENCES LEFT INTACT 



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ANTONEVITCH, RONALD 

2 LITTLE RIVElS RULINGS UPHELD BY HIGH COURT 

ANTWI, CHRISTIAN G. ILUMBERTONI 

ROBESON COUNTY OFFICIAL CHARGED 

ROBESON OFFICIAL IS INDICTED 

PLEAS ARE ENTERED BY FORMER OFFICIAL 



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*"^^^AfX%i8«1^?Sfiit^ii'*f6PLb*i?§'^??5iNI2ED 

APPLE, FRANCES E. 

SPECIAL PLATES 
BEWARE OF BIkCrS 

APPLEWHITE, JAMFS 

"YOU GET iT OR YOU DON'T"; ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM C AMERICAN ART... 

APPLING. LUKE 

FAIR OR FOUL, APPLING WAS MASTER OF A BAT 

APTE, JUDITH K. 

MUGGING VICTIM SHOULDN'T LET FEAR CONTROL HER 
WHEN SOMEONE MUGS YOU, ANGER I S NATURAL 

APTED, MICHAEL IFILM DIRECTOR! 

DIRECTOR WANTS UNC OKAY TO MAKE FILM IN TRIANGLE 
WILL UNC WELCOME CAMERAS? 

ARAFAT, YASSER 

THE PCO WILL NEVER FORGIVE THOSE RESPONSIBLE ... (CARTOON! 

ARAFAT NOT THE WORST OF THE L3 T 

'I WILL FIGHT UNTIL THE LAST WOMAN AND CHILD" ICARTOONI 

THE WOUNDED PLO 

ARAFAT TIME BOMB SPUTTERS ICA<TOONI 



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ARENE, ALBERTO 

OPPOSITION SALVAOORAN TO SPEA< 
SALVADORAN TO SPEAK TONIGHT 
SALVAOORAN RAPS U.S. 

ARIAIL, COKE 

TISaNSPORTATION PACT TO BE STUDIED BY PANEL 

ARLOSOROV, CHAIM 

DUKE TENNtS STAR RETURNS TO CDURT 

DUKE NETTER ELIGIBLE? , 

ARLOSOROV BACK ON COURT AS CASE PENDING IN COURT 

DUKE'S ARLOSOROV GETS EXTENSION 

THE COURTS TAKE TOLL 



ARMSTRONG. 6RENDA E. OR. 

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SPORTS, CHllOBEN TOPIC OF 'HEALTH NIGHT OUT ■ 
HUNT nIhEs 5 TO CORhISSION 



""^"oSKiiG^HS! 



ARMSTRONG, FRANK INCSU BIOCHEMISTRY PROFESSORI 
RESEARCHERS ARE RACING STARVATION 



•aMSIRONG, JAMES GARRY (NCSy ENGINEERING STuDENTI 
OURHitH MAN RECEIVES ENGINEERnG SCHOLARSHIP 



ARMSTRONG, JEREMY 

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ASHANTI, FAmEEM C. or, 

DOCTOR HELPS PATIENTS TONE UP MiTH HIS NEW EnERCISE REGIME 



ASH6ET, OANNY ThOMA 



ASPIN, LES (WISCONSIN CONGRESSMAN! 

PET Care fOR mIlITaHY TOO COSTLY 

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ARMSTRONG, ELSON 

OBITUARY H 2 2/26/83 C 5 

A VALUED EMPLOYEE S 2 3/01/83 A 4 L 

FIRST-RATE MEDICAL SERVICE H 2 3/02/83 A 4 L 



H 2 11/17/83 A 12 



ARMSTRONG, JAMES IBISHOPl 

CHURCH COUNCIL HEAD TO SPEAK AT OUK E H 2 3/26/83 A 



5 2 1/21/83 A 



CMRTSTMaS JOY S 2 12/26/83 C 1 P P M66 

STILL ACTIVE S 2 7/11/83 B 1 F 



. . H 2 './23/83 C 11 N 

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H 2 3/22/83 A I s 



ARMSTR0N^j[^ROggRT^,ASHp5^;jE, ^ ^ ,,^3^^^ ^ , ^ 

"""Se^'ftiAa? """ ■"*• """^'- ""•'-' H 2 6/11/83 B 7 

"""^Kl^flieHtRS HONORED 
2 DUKE DOCTORS ELECTED 

""^"Su^f'^^LlbMa^cibllS'StTACK 

ARNOLDi BILL IN.C, FILM OFFICEI 

N.C. 'SRAINSTORM" PREMIERE "L^OKS PROMISING" H 2 3/02/83 B ! S W66 

N.C. FUm INDUSTRY SEES NE» JlOwTH S 2 5/18/83 A 18 N 

■BRAINSTORM' FACING YET ANOThtR DELAY B 2 5/20/83 B 1 P N M66 

DURHAM STILL MAY GET 'BRAINSTDRM' PREMIERE S 2 6/08/83 A 1 N 87 1 

PREPARING FOR PREMIERE OF 'BRAINSTORM' HECTIC H 2 9/11/83 A 4 P N 

MOVIE UETnG RELEASED EaSly H 2 9/W/83 B 1 N 

THREE MORE FILMS TO BE SHOT IN N.C. IN COMING MONTHS H 2 lO/l'i/BS All N 

ARRINGTON, EVELYN CAMERON "JESSIE- IDECEASEDl , .,„,,., , , „ 

OBITUARY H 2 12/23/83 C 7 

** ""aJe Of'"maDNESS. MIRACLES FOR DANIEL'S CLASS OF '33 H 2 5/15/83 C 1 p N MO* 

ARTIS, ALTON L. IwAkE CO.l , ,, ,,„, „ , 

two OIX HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES F H £0 H 2 5/17/83 B 5 N 

PAIR FREED IN BEATING OF DIX MENTAL PATIENT H 2 9/18/83 A 6 N 

EVORAH 

ENS STUDENT WINS 1ST PLACE IN CREED CONTEST S 2 5/13/83 C 4 N 



H 2 4/01/93 B 2 P F H45 



4 'more ARRESTED ON DRUG ChaHG: S H 2 7/28/83 A 17 N 

ASHFCRO, VENITA lOANCERI , , ,,,,, = ■. n , a c .le 

OOITi dance! ' 5 2 7/21/83 D I P f a15 

ASHFORO, WILLIE J. ^ , ,,,,,., r ■> n 

OBITUARY H 2 7/17/83 C 2 

ASHLEY. CARLOS JR. (CHARLOTTE ARCHlTFCTl , ,,„,., . ,„ 

hIc. man Tfl GET HIS JUST DESERTS H 2 4/29/83 A 20 N 

ASHLEY, LEAH ( UNC-W ILM INGTON STyDEVTl , , „,,,,., , , o c .i. 

fImILT SwlMMIN(i POOL BEcSmSS WET CLASSROOM S 2 8/04/83 C I P F J56 

ASHMORE, HUBERT REV. (OECEASEOI „ , ,,..,„, , , , 

OBITUARY H 2 3/06/83 C 2 

ASHTON, SAM (RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE! , .,,,„,„. ^ . « „ .. .,, 

wIliI a Curved building help i*ri make a better microchip? h 2 12/18/83 10 » n l41 

ASKEW, Charles moran (Chesapeake, va.i ,,,o/o, . . u vu 

iuRMAM BANK ROBBED; POLICE NaS VIRGINIA MAN S 2 4/18/83 A I N X33 

SUSPECT ARRESTED SOON AFTER HOLDUP H 2 4/19/83 B I N A54 

ASKEW APPEARS IN COURT TODAY S 2 4/19/83 B ] *( 

ROBBER GETS 20-YEAR TERM H 2 6/30/83 C 9 N 



H 2 3/16/83 A 



H 2 4/06/83 A 12 



The ACC'S ROTTEN APPLE H 2 4/08/83 C I 

'""'5UE^&^?tu4"ithl?rEyigi TO G.OW THINGS FROM SEEDS H 2 6/26/83 E 12 P U 078 

The COLONIAL INN SOLO TO ORANGE COUNTY PAIR H 2 10/01/83 A 8 N 

'"""lil^ii^y^ '■''"'• '«"'5ED! „ ^ ^^^^,,33 ^ , 3 

ATKlN^j HENRY^^^j fs'TS^ft '"^^''^""O' „ j i/jo/83 C 6 N 

CROSS BURNED IN UNC-G CHAPLAIN'S YARD H 2 11/02/33 A 12 N 

ATKINS, JULIA EVA LATTA (DECEASED! ,,,„^,o, a o n 

OBITUARY H 2 12/06/83 8 9 

'^""H^RffJuLTURIST ElCHANGES INFORMATION, IDEAS wITH OTHERS IN U. K. H 2 8/07/83 C 10 P F G78 

'^"'"wiMAN^FIGHIS ROBBER 11 H 2 S/16/83 A 9 N 

*"'*'Mu4DER*'!ENVli!TlON OVERTURNED H 2 10/05/83 B 7 N 

ATWAIER. LEftOY (GRAHAM! ,,/rn/oj o i M 

MAN Charged with thefts " i 12/03/83 b 1 n 

AIWATER, LOU ETTA (CHAPEL HILLI „ , .,,.,., a 5 n 

OBITUARY *^ 2 8/28/83 B 2 



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FOUR PEOPLE CONVICTEO OF VOTE-BUYING CHARGES 

SEVEN SENTENCED IN V0TE-BUYIN3 SCHEME 

CLAY SHERIFF. EX-MAGISTRATE APPEAL IN VOTE-BUYING CASE 

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TROUBLES OF OTHERS CARRY THE H HEROICS TO PAGE I 
TOO-TIGHT BARREL CAP LIKELY CAUSE OF LEAK 

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OBITUARY 

AUSTIN, B. S. (GREENSBORO CENTENARIAN BOY SCOUT LEAOERI 
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OLDEST BOY SCOUT DIES 
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LET UNITED way donors make CHOICES 
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CITY COUNCIL WATER RATE VOTE UNFAIR 



AUSTIN, GAIL (BARBOUR C GARRETT HQH ES I 

MOalLE H(!lMES: TRIANGLE DEALERS Say ONLY PROBLEM IS FINDING SPACE. 

AUSTIN, JODIE VERNON (TILLERY) 

EDMlSTEN'S BOASTS CONTRADICT RECORD 
N.C. PRISONS NO LONGER CRQUOEO 

AUSTIN, MARIE 

BOSS OF THE YEAR 

SERVICE LEAGUE MEMBERS MODEL =ASHIONS AT BRUNCH 

AUSTIN, STfy£N (HIGH Pgll^T BARTENDFR L ADVICE COLUMNIST) 
HE'S GOT SHOT AT BEING 'ABBY' OF BARTENDERS 
BARTENDER'S ADVICE IS WIDELY READ 

AUTEN, LARRY (GASTDNIA) 

OLD TRUCK Ph6tOS NEEDED 

AUTRY, E. WAYNE 

STORY FLAWED ON TWO COUNTS 

AVANT, (.EE EDWARD (DECEASEDI 
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AVERETT, BEN H. MRS. (OXFORD) 

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CONS BACK IN TRIANGLE PICTURE? 
AVERY'S FALCONS FIND WINNING 3LEN0 



S 2 11/18/83 4 F C09 
S 2 12/14/83 1 P U C09 



ING TOP PICK 
REQUEST FOR PSYCHOLOGIST OENIE 
AVERY MAY USE INSANITY PLEA 
SMITH NOT ON DUKE FACULTY 
NOT A FACULTY MEMBER 
MENTAL EXAMS SOUGHT FOR AVERY 
STATE FUNDS TO BE USED FOR AVE 
AVERY TO BE EXAMINED BY SECOND 
INVESTIGATORS SAY AVERY SHOT H 
OOCTORS SEE LITTLE EFFECT FROf 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS AVERY COMPET 
AVERY'S ABILITIES POINT OF DEB 
DOCTORS: AVERY'S MEMORY FLAWE3 
AVERY COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL 
AVERY ARRAIGNMENT SCHEDULED MO 
AVERY PLEADS NOT GUILTY 
AVERY TO USE INSANITY DEFENSE 
INSANITY CLAIM MAY BE USED BY 
AVERY'S LAWYERS WANT MURDER CH 
AVERY LAWYERS: DROP FIRST-DEGJ 
FIVE AVERY MOTIONS DENIED 
JUDGE DENIES FIVE MOTIONS IN L 
AVERY TO RECEIVE 'TRUTH SERUM' 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 4 IN POLICE 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 7 
JUDGE GIVES AVERY NAMES 
JUDGE ALLOWS REOyEST IN AVERY CASE 
JURY SELECTION Ti3 BEGIN TUESDAY IN 4 
DRUG F4ILS TO HELP AVERY 
AVERY STILL CLAIMING AMNESIA 

MOTIONS HADE TO OVERTURN INDICTMENT AGAINST AVERY 
MOTION TO OUASM OFFERED 
JURY SELECTION SLATED TO BEGIN 
MOTION TO OUASH AVERY CASE DE»( I 
JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN AVERY 
JURY SELECTION BEGINS FOR AVERY 



S OF '82 

IN AVERY'S TRIAL 



RY'S PSYCHIATRIST 

PSYCHIATRIST 
IMSELF IN THE HEAD 

SURGERY 
ENT TO STAND TRIAL 
ATE 



AVERY 

ARGE DkOPPED 

EE CHARGE 



AVERY CASE 



EONARO 

TEST 
WOMAN'S BEATING 



VERY TRIAL 



IN AVERY TRIAL 
I lEO 

MURDER TRIAL 



ATTORNEYS ASK JURORS ABOUT DEATH PENALTY IJSE 
- ■ RS_ IN SECgNO_OAY OF AVERY TRliL 



STILL NO JURORS 



NAMING AVERY JURY MAY TAKE 10 _ 
4TT0RNEYS OUESTION FRESH SET OF 
FIRST JUROR SELECTED IN 4VERY T 
2 PlioSPECIIvE JURORS DISMISSEO 



04YS 
OF JURORS IN 4VERY TRI4L 
TRIAL 
_ FROM TRIAL 
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S 2 


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3/04/83 


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4/13/83 


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5/25/33 


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4 


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JUROR SCREENING CONTINUES IN » 
6rH 0*» OF PICKING ivEHY JURY: 
JURY SELECTION IN AVERY TRUL 
COURT TAKES HOLIDAY 
SCREENING OF JURORS CONTINUES 



ES SLCIULY 

VERY'S MURDER TRIAL 

NO NEM ONE SEATED 
CONTINUES MONDAY 



4TH JUROR PICKED IN AVERY TR lA 
IBM EMPLOYEE NAMED JUROR IN AV 
3 MORE JURORS PICKED FOR avERY 
5 JURORS. ALTERNATES REma' "" 



ERY TRIAL 

TRIAL 

IN TO 6E CHOSEN 

_., - - AVERY MURDER TRIAL 

iN AVERY TR lAL 



SELECTION OF JURY SLOWS DOl^N I 

ATTORNEYS OK EIGHTH JURO" 

2 MORE JURORS SEATED IN TRIAL 

9 PROSPECTIVE JURORS DISMISSED 

AVERY CASE CLOSER TO TRIAL 

JUROR NAMED IN AVERY CASE 

JURY SELECTION CONTINUES IN AV 

NEW JOB GETS JUROR OFF HOOK 

SEARCH FOR IITH JUROR CONTINUE 

W JURORS ARE SEATED FOR AVERY 

JUROR QUESTIONING CONTINUES 

AVERY JURY ALTERNATES STILL S] 

AVERY JURY QUESTIONING CONTIMI 

ALTERNATE PICKED FOR AVERY JU< T 

2ND ALTERNATE JUROR CHOSEN IN AVERY TRIAL 

AVERY TRIAL MOVES TO EVIDENCE 

AVERY JURY SELECTION COMPLETED 

PLEA OF INSANITY IS ON TRIAL ' 



ERY TRIAL 

S [N AVERY TRIAL 



UGHT 
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OPENING STATEMENTS MADE IN AVE 
THREAT INTERRUPTS AVERY TRIAL 
GLENN SHOT TRYING TO CALM INTR 
THREE WOUNDED IN IBM SHOOTING 
OFFICERS DESCRIBE SCENE AT 1 81 
AVERY'S RIFLE PRONE TO JAM, EX 
MOTIONS TO DISMISS CHARGES Oit 
STATE RESTS CASE In IBM MUROE? 
PSYCHOLOGIST SAYS AVERY DIDN'T 
JUROR IS MARRIED 
SHERIFF'S OEPT. BUYS METAL DET 
WITNESS: AVERY COULDN'T TELL ' 
AVERY TRIAL RESUMES TUESDAY 
STRESS DISORDER BRINGS TRAUMA 
PSYCHOLOGIST: AVERY HAD NIGHTH 
AVERY'S NIGHTMARES VIOLENT, WI 
WITNESS: AVERY WAS IN PSYCHOTI 
AVERY WITNESS HAS CRIMINAL RE! 
AVERY TRIAL WITNESS SAYS S TR ES 
WITNESSES SAY AVERY BECAME HEA 
PSYCHIATRIST DENIES CALLING AV 
AVERY 'CLEARLY HAD A PLAN,' VA 
AVERY TRIAL WITNESS SAYS SOLDI 
WITNESS SAW AVERY THROW GRENAO 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS AVERY NOT SA 
AVERY RECOUNTS COMBAT EKPERIE'* 
AVERY: LIFE WENT DOWNHILL AFTE 
AVERY'S MENTAL STATE FOCUS OF 
MOTHER OF AVERY RECEIVES ThREa 
surgeon: AVERY'S OPERATION WOJ 
DOCTORS DIFFER IN AVERY TRIAL 
AVERY ISSUED THREATS IN '81, ■! 
PSYCHIATRIST: AVERY UNDERSTOCK) 
TESTIMONY CONCLUDED IN AVERY 1 
AVERY CLOSING ARGUMENTS PLANNE 
JURORS GET FINAL AVERY ARGUHEN 
JURY TO GET AVERY CASE THIS WE 
CLOSING ARGUMENTS BEGIN IN AVE 
LAWYERS SUM UP CASE, DEFENSE I 
JUDGE SUMMARIZES AVERY TRIAL T 
JURY GETS INSTRUCTIONS IN AVER 
DEFENSE OBJECTIONS DELAY AVERY 
MRS. GLENN 'NERVOUS INSIDE' AS 
JURORS STUDYING AVERY CASE 
AVERY FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER; 
AVERY'S FATE IS STILL JURORS' 
JURY FINOS AVERY GUILTY OF ALL 
JURY TO DECIDE AVERY'S FATE 
AVERY ASKS JURY FOR DEATH PENA 
JURY CAN'T CONSIDER AVERY'S OS 
MRS. GLENN: DEATH PENALTY WAS 
AVERY GETS LIFE SENTENCE 
DEPUTY SAYS CALLER TRACED AFH 
AVERY TO RECEIVE MORE SENTENCI 



LMOST AS MUCH AS AvERY 
RY TRIAL 

UDER 

TESTIFY AGAINST AVERY 

PERT SAYS 

lEO IN AVERY MURDER TRIAL 

TR lAL 

KNOW RIGHT FROM WRONG 

ECTOR FOR AVERY TRIAL 
IGHT FROM WRONG 

'FLOODING BACK- 
ARES, DRANK HEAVILY 
TNESS SAYS 
C STATE 
ORD 

S TRAUMA VICTIMS FEAR LOSS OF CONTROL 
VY DRINKER 

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PSYCHIATRIST TESTIFIES 
ERS "LIVED LIKE ANIMALS' IN VIETNAM 
E IN VIETNAMESE HUT 
NE DURING SHOOTINGS 
CES IN VIETNAM 
R VIETNAM 
TESTIMONY 
T 
LDN'T ERASE MEMORY 

ITNESSES SAY 

ACTIONS 
URDER TRIAL 



TO BEGIN TUESDAY 

TS TOMORROW 

EK 

RY TRIAL 

N AVERY TRIAL 

ESTIMONY 

Y MURDER CASE 

JURY DELIBERATION 

JURY GETS Case 

JURY TO DECIDE LIFE OR DEATH FATE MONDAY 
RESPONS IBIL ITY 
CHARGES IN IBM CASE 

LTY 

ATH PLEA 

PREFERABLE 



in AVERY JUDGE HARASSED 

ING 

TO REACH 
AVERY'S PRISON TERM 
CONVICTIONS 

' GLENN FAMILY 

rvi5r?R5ir'i!:;Ry:'"vr&grP?U[°?AILEO in us treatment 
"T ILL IN WAR' 
1G 



JURY FOREMAN SAYS VERDICT HARD 
NEW SENTENCES ADO 7') YEARS TO ' 
AVERY CASE DECISION TESTS OUR _ 
DAY'S EVENTS CHANGE LIVES OF 



AVERY TELLS NEW BUDDY 'I AM ST 
AVERY PEN PAL STORY UNDESERVIV 
HOW MUCH? 

FOR THE MENTALLY ILL PRISONER: 
AVERY TRIAL MAY BE COUNTY'S M: 



WHATEVER TREATMENT IS AVAILABLE 
ST COSTLY 



AVERY, THELMA (MOTHER 
MOTHER OF AVERY I 



AVERY, THOMAS LEE 

4UNS. OVEN SAID STOLEN 



3F LEONARD 0. AVERYI 
ECEIvES THREAT 



LK, EDMUND IWAKE CO.] 
ROU AIRPORT TAX SOARO_REgBGANWEO 



AYCOCK, 

R0_ - . - - _ -_ , 

STIFF COMPETITION EXPECTED F0< ROU RUNWAY 



AYERS, GARBETI B. 
OBITUARY 



lOECEASEDI 



""^dRdisis i^i|-kAR'J?5ToS" ''' 



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AYHELEK, TONY 
OURH. 



AM MAN Badly beaten 



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BAOGETT, LANCE 

two PAY UP Clydesdale suit award 



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THE auESTlON NOT ANSWERED 

BAGWELL, IRENE 



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6/15/83 


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6/16/93 
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6/18/83 


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6/20/83 


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6/21/83 


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6/21/83 
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6/22/93 


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6/23/93 


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6/25/93 


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5 ' >■ 

N e Ely 

P DArE C PC L P BYL 

MOTHERS OF IHE YEAR, 1983 M ! 5/01/83 E 1 P F M<. 5 

5h6 constructs new body parts ' H 2 7/10/83 a 1 P F B30 
BAILEYi BRIAN QAV 1 

aiiLEY Chosen representative s 2 12/23/83 c i n 

* "" n4 SoSe SInHce CIfI'fOR this couple H 2 3/13/83 E 2 P F M75 

""•^JlT^fJ^fJ ?Zuil5 CRISIS H 2 7/l',/83 A 5 L 

SAUEY, evESTER 

N6w CLINIC OPENS TO TREAT AN 3LD PROBLEH H 2 6/25/83 B 1 P N 68 1 

SCHOOL DRUG SURVEY ACCURATE. VALUABLE S 2 11/19/83 A ;. L 

BAILEY. HENRY MILEY lOECEASEOI 

OeiTUAKY H 2 2/18/83 C 8 



BAILEYf J. C. 0. (ROCKY MOUNT I 
CHEERS FOR HELMS 

BAILEY. JAMES H. "POU 
COUN" -- • 



2 2/07/83 A 5 L 



TRY CLUBS: 'THE LAST BASTION OF EXCLUSIVITY- H 2 a/01/B3 B 1 N 

CAMPAIGN AO SPENDING LIMIT RULED INFRINGEMENT H 2 12/20/83 A I N 

BAILEY, JOSEPH LEE 

FOOTBALL PLAYER FACES DRUG CHARGES S 2 8/23/83 C 1 N 

DURHAM MAN MUST FACE DRUG CHANGES S 2 8/2'i/83 A 5 N 

BAILEY. LUTHER ANDERSON INASHVILLEi N.C.I 

RETAIL EXECUTIVE OISCOVEREO D= AD H 2 2/12/B3 C <. 

FORMER SOLDIER CHARGED IN STO^ E EXECUTIVE'S DEATH H 2 5/2^/83 A 3 N 

BAILEY, THURl 

ACTING OR PLAYING. BAILEY'S DISCOVERED RIGHT STATE OF MIND H 2 2/19/83 I P F M71 

LOME, BAILEY KEEP HOLFPACK ON TRACK S 2 2/24/83 8 1 P U Die 

BAILEY READY TO GO 'ALL OUT', IN WEST REGION S 2 3/17/83 B 1 P U D18 

MOLFPACK'S GREAT ESCAPE. PART II S 2 3/21/83 3 P U 018 

ON TO ALBUauERQUE S 2 3/31/83 A 1 P S76 

VICTORY TEAR H 2 4/06/83 A 1 P P 

STATE HONORS BAILEY S 2 <./26/B3 8 <> N 

NBA DRAFT SPLITS N.C. STATE STARS H 2 6/29/83 C 1 N 071 

BAILEY'S DEMEANOR IMPRESSES UTAH JAZZ S 2 6/29/83 B 2 U 018 

S 2 10/2<./a3 A 1 N J56 

BAINES. LILLIAN (OECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 9/25/83 C 2 

BAINES. TYRONE OR. 

BAINES AT SEMINAR H 2 10/21/83 B 5 N 

BAIRD, BRUCE OR. {ROANOKE. VA.I 

SaIRO. father drown S 2 8/22/83 C 2 N 

BAIROi FRANCIS IGREENSBOROP 

DUKE MUSEUM EXHIBIT: MOTIFS OF WAR, INJUSTICE H 2 1/28/83 12 U G68 

BAIRD. MILLIS EDUYN OR. 

DURHAM MAN IS HONORED S 2 3/04/83 4 N 

BAKATSIAS, JOHNNY 

WATER LINE VOTE AGAIN 3 10 2 HI 7/22/83 B I N 

DOY 

KULC RUN GIVES BAKER WINNER'S FEELING, CHECK H 2 5/26/83 I P N S91 

BAKER'S HOPING ENTHUSIASM. SKILL RIGHT STUFF FOR FOURTH WORLD 600 H 2 5/29/83 B 1 P F S9l 

R, CHRIS 1124 W. C0RNWALLI5 RD. ) 

BOY. 9, SHOT IN HEAD, 01 ES H 2 9/18/83 8 1 N M51 

YOUTH DIES, INVESTIGATION IS lONTINUlNG S 2 9/19/B3 C 1 N 

OBITUARY H 2 9/20/83 B 9 

H 2 11/04/83 C 5 

BAKER, FRANK DR. 

BIBLICAL SCHOLAR: GOD GAVE HIM A TASK; HE FULFILLED H 2 6/12/83 C 1 P U H49 

BAKER. FRANK H. IGRANVILLE CO. I 

GRANVILLE EXTENSION CHAIRMAN 'ETIRES H I 8/04/83 B 1 N 

BAKER. GENE 

REPUBLICAN TO SEEK SUPERINTENDENT'S POST H 2 U/22/83 A 16 N 

BAKER. HOWARD ITENN, SENATQRI 

HOWARD BAKER SEPiRATEO FROM PARACHUTE OF REPUBLICAN UNITY (CARTOONl H 2 5/15/83 D 4 T T R56 

FUTURE NEWS ITEM: AN ANONYMOUS CALLER TO THE WASHINGTON POST. ..( CARTOON! H 2 11/13/83 D 4 T T R56 

BAKER PRAISES HELMS S 2 12/12/83 A 3 N 

InG ' H 3 12/13/83 B 1 N W36 

BAKER, JOHN (DURHAM BULLS! 

SakER, HOOD SPARK BULLS OVER "ILOTS H 2 7/22/83 C 1 N C52 

BAKER 'BLISTERS' PENINSULA S 2 7/22/83 D I N P55 

BAKER, IfSTIE CHAMPION (OECEASEOI 



H 2 3/31/83 A 15 

, _ __ _ _ _ Things rfm=mbereo h 2 i/ii/83 B 1 u 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT H 2 1/15/83 C 1 D U 

GRAMMAR FINES? H 2 2/02/83 A 4 E 

HULLINS. BAKER NAMED TO HALL H 2 5/29/83 B 6 P N 

MULLINS, BAKER JOIN SHRINE S 2 5/30/83 D 6 N 

BAKER DESERVING S 2 5/31/83 1 P U 018 

•DOC BAKER FINE CHOICE FOR N.C. SPORTS AWARD S 2 6/02/83 A 4 E 

DOC BAKER'S INDUCTION PAST OUE H 2 6/12/83 B 2 L 

PIRATES COULD SOLVE DEACONS* DILEMMA FOR FOOTBALL IN '80S M 2 7/10/83 B 2 L 

HALL OF FAME TO TAKE OR. BAKE? H 2 9/06/83 A 4 £ 

THE GLORIFIED DOC BAKER H 2 9/11/83 C 2 P F M7I 

HALL OF FAME ADDS FIVE TONIGHT S 2 9/15/83 B 1 P N F25 

NEW MEMBERS RECALL PATHS TO N.C. HALL H 2 9/16/83 C 1 P F 071 

NEW HALL Of FAMERS TRADE STORIES S 2 9/16/83 D 1 P N 018 

BAKER. MALISHI (WARREN CO. I 

tORNAOO. STORMS SWEEP STATE • H 2 7/23/83 A 1 N 

BAKER] MARGARET (CHAPEL HILL) 

COTTAGE Cheese has no soul h 2 3/30/83 a 4 l 



BAKER. OTIS 



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BAXERf sue ICh»P€l hill I 

8»keB files for Chapel hill-ci RRdORO school boaro 
Two more candidates file 

PACE picks ". CANDIDATES IN BOARD RACE 

5 BACKED FOR SCHOOL UNIT 

lEACHfRS ENDORSE FIVE CANDIDATES 

CHAMBER-JAYCEE AMARDS SlVEN 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS DIFFER ON TAX INCREASE 

3 MEMBERS WILL BE ELECTED 

FIVE SEEKING SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

FOUR WOMEN ELECTED TO CUV SCHOOL BOARD 

BAKER LEADS CANDIDATES IN SCHIOL BOARD RACE 



CONTINUE 
CHURCH P 
PAPER: P 
PTL LEAD 
PTL MAY 
PTL CLUB 
PTL PRES 
•WHY SHO 
JIM BAKK 
PTL BOAR 
RESPONSE 
SUPPORT 
CHURCH P 
PTL MINI 
JUSTICE 
NO ACTIO 
SOURCES 

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IRS REPO 
BAKKER 8 
PTL CLUB 
IRS MAY 
SOME TV 
CENSOR SH 

BALDESSARINI. 



ERS SAY PROBE OF PTL SHOULD CONTINUE 

D PROBE OF PTL URGED 

ETITIONS TO HAVE PTL INVESTIGATION REOPENED 

TL CLUB SPENT mDiOOl DURING 'CRISIS' 

ER WON'T RESPOND TO CONDOMINIUM REPORTS 

SELL CONDOMINIUM 

MAY SELL CONDO IN FL1RI0A 
IDENT DEFENDS CONDOMINIUM PURCHASE 
ULD GOO HAVE JUNK?' B> KKER SAYS OF CONDOMINIUM 
ER'S GEMGAWS 
D OEFFNOS CONDOMINIUM BUY 

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lOT PTL 



TQ BAKKE 
WORTHIER MINISTRIES. 
OUGHT FIVE HOUSES 
STRY GOOD 

OEPT. DROPPING BAKKER PROBE 
N TAKEN IN PTL PROBE 
SAY PROBE OF BAKKER STILL OPEN 
DEPARTMENT DROPS BAKKER PROBE 
S AND CRITICS 

RTED LOOKING AT BAKKE'. HIS CHURCH 
ACKS HUMBARO'S TV MINISTRY 

WILL PROVIDE GRANT F:i R SHRINE AT CRUCIFIXION SITE 
BE INVESTIGATING BAKKER 
STATIONS SAIO CENSORI^IG JIM BAKKER SHOW 

P: AN UGLY WART 



BALDWIN, BRIAN KEITH 

fiElTH SENTENCE UPHELD 

BALDWIN. Cheryl p. (Gqldstoni 

LANDFILLS LEAK, SOONER OR LAT1R 

BALOMIN, JAMES INOVELISTI 

LECTURE SET BY ADVOCATE OF EQUALITY 
BALDWIN TO GIVE 6TH KING LECTJRE AT UNC 
AUTHOR CANCELS TALK AT UNC 
LECTURE CANCELED 

BALDWIN, JOY B. 

SOCCER WANTED AT NORTHERN 

JUDGE PROVIDED VIGOROUS LEADE'SHIP 

BALDWIN TO SEEK RE-ELECTION , 

BALDWIN, PAUL C. (NEW YORK CITYI 

* NEW MEMBERS JOINING DUKE FO!ESTRY VISITORS 



BALDWIN, RITA REGINA ICHAPEL HILL 
GOOD SAMARITAN LOSES WALLET, 

BALDWIN, 2ELMA 1 THOMA SV I LL E 1 
THOMASVILLE WOMAN SLAIN 

BALL. CYNTHIA JEAN (PEACE, COL LEGE I 
FRANKLINTON NATIVE GETS POST A 



1200 IN ROBBERY 



T PEACE COLLEGE 



ballance. frank 

intSrih chancellor pick criticized 
bill would limit waste landfills 
official testifies no racial intent found 

ballance, mabel pittman 
obituary 

ballard, angela willis (morehead city) 
teens charged with murder 

"^'■'^SfY-'SSh'^a^Hfessin 

"^•■•sea ?aRBiT^SAs''gsTf^g "''^• 
"^^•B!?o59|^?jA4a^5%E30ff"°"' 

BALLARD, ROBIN CAROL 

JOADAN senior to PARTICIPATE IN STATE PAGEANT 

""■^^mi im^hi'r^mie^ t*, on video games 

LOW PRIORITY 

TAXING ELECTRONIC GAMES 

N.C. WON'T QUALIFY FOR OUI L AJ GRANTS 

GOP CANDIDATE LOOKING TO 'Si 

TUITION REASON: AID OTHER PUPILS 

BILL FOR OPEN MEETINGS USED AS CAMPAIGN ISSUE 

SOME N.C. REPUBLICANS SEEK MW E CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE 

NEW LAWS EXPECTED TO BRING OUT VOTERS 

THOBNBUPG URGES CAMPAIGNS BE OPEN TO MEDIA 

PUBLIC MEETING LAW PROPOSED 

BALLENGER WITHDRAWS FROM RACE 

CATAWBA OFFICIALS MAY SET PENALTIES FOR MEETINGS LAW 

CATAWBA OFFICIALS TAKE SIGNIFICANT STEP 

GOOD PRECEDENT 

''^^'SJIVSJr?""^" "»*^° 

BAMBERGER, BILL 

RECEPTION SET SATURDAY 



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**''''MAR'i'NE°RESEARCHER TO STUDY GULF STREAM 

°*'*"pQLLUT!iNts* EfFECT ON POLLEN STUDIED 

"""fi^fjR^rSBBijR'c^S&fo^ig^^ilT'^y^-i.C. CAS 
NEW PLANT WORTH A TEST 

RUBBER FARMING? .,, 

SPORES FOUND INDOORS CAN CAUSE ALLERGIES 

BANKHEAO. SCOTT 

BANKHEAD BLANKS STATE. 
TAR HEELS TOP 'PACK 

**'"'^IaNKS^LEAOS spurs WITH CAREER-HIGH '.'. 

lISKl'JS^I.rBSsKEfBA^PFORTUNES NEED TIME TO RECYCLE 
BANKS SECURE 

"'"''do5°plE'-!SAiSEVinALEIGH SLAYING 

BANKSTONi JACK B. JR. 

PET OWNER IS GRATEFUL 

""'"SliiRySL^^g^Y^SP^gc'S^^SSJgK^ES-^-' 

BARBEE, CLARENCE WESLEY AND JOSEPHINE A. I WINS TON- SALE Ml 
mIn and wife killed IN CAR ACCIDENT 

BARBEE. JAMES lOECEASEOl 

BARBEE, KENNETH WILLIAM 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

MAN IS STILL IN JAIL ON ASSAULT COUNT 

^""^^SlN'-fs^HuSf IN HIT-AND-RUN ACCIDENT 
BARBEE, MILDRED AOKINS IDECEASEDI 

°*'"^^|JrRI?A0E0 man TALKED OUTSIDE AFTER SIX HOURS 
MAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER POLICE STANDOFF 
RADIO REPORTED STOLEN 

BARBEE. RUSSELL L. , , 

POLICE OFFICERS MAKE LIKE OUC< S 
DURHAM POLICE CAPTURE MAN 

ARREST FOLLOWS BREAK-IN TRY ^ , „_^, ^^ . ^, ..,^^, 

TWO DURHAM MEN ARE TREATED FOLLOWING SHOOTINGS LAST NIGHT 
DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED WITH BREAKING. ENTERING 

**''°^E!wiL^'"?INGING FREES SPIRITS Zf THE ELDERLY 

"""llRS^irEES^^rMOTOR CO. OWNER 

BARBER. ANNIE MITCHELL lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

"""?S0°pS?i8 r.Ul^m tlll°lihl^\li^'^S FARMERS OF FORECASTS 

BARBER. JAMES DAVID OR- . , „„„,..„ 

^i25iJ?\f??f?SS^JiSjArgN^°gv f!TO° " ^^^ 

?yf F^?"p5nii''NJ??§5*CE?f^i5^§S." C°T g S MBERED THE DAY KENNEDY.. 
BARBER CREETED HIS GUESTS WEAMNG HOLIDAY STOCKING 

"""§;Rg41l^f?ADS SENIORS 
fiARBER.^N»NCY_ANO^JOHN^,WIL|ON, ^^ 

•test-tube' baby arrives at ojke 
"""sInE1ng*nucl£ar subs is rapped 

"'"^^oJANGi^DrREVIEWS PROBE ABOUT FLOORING 
DA STUDYING SBI'S REPORT ON CMC DEAN 
UNC SUSPENDS VICE CHANCELLOR 
UNC vice CHANCELLOR SUSPENDED FOR MONTH 
NEWSMAN TO TOUT BARBER FOR N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL 
D. A. WANTS PURCHASING LAW 
CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST NEWSMIN 
ORANGE COUNTY MAY MAKE FEWER 5RUG BUSTS 
HOUSE PANEL TO REVIEW CONTROVERSIAL NEW LAW 
BARBER WON'T RUN FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL 
ATTY. GEN. CANDIDATE DROPS OUT 

CRQWOED POLITICAL FIELD TlGHtENS CAMPAIGN FUNDS 
MONEY PINCH PARING FIELD OF CANDIDATES 
BARBER'S WITHDRAWAL SPURS MIC^AUX INTEREST 

BARBER. WAGE SR. 

ASSEMBLY HONORS BARBER 
BARBER RESOLUTION OK • D 

""^'IJuNTY^^iIhOOLS NEED BLACK ADVI SORY PANEL 

BARaO^Rj^|Hl|ljK^^^ here: WITH THE SPORTING SET 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE M»ILHAN BROUGHT 

BARBOUR. DARRELL WAYNE 

TWO PERSONS ARE KILLED IN SEPARATE ACCIDENTS 

OBITUARY 

FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 



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SoiJKEa-owNEO pirSs ^ill get h-lp 

NEu FIRM WILL 410 BUSINESSES 
CONPlNT GETS OFFICUL *PPRQV»L 

IohIn geIsi5-tEab sentence for letting baby die in yaoos 

BARBOjiR^^Jgl igjj^lK^jeS'.IN BURLIWGTON COUNCIL SEATS 

VOTE MiJuP Changes Burlington election 

BARBOUR continuing FIGhT ON i^l^ ^^OU^J 
HEARING OROEREO ON lEBANE ELECTION ALLEGATION 
HEBANE HAYORAL ELECTION mEARI>(G SET FOR OEC. 38 

BARBOUR, PAUL HARTIN lOECEASEOI 
JBITUART 

'"'°iht:iri^l'Mrr AS?'I"SiSb°tA« BARGAIN 

BARCHfRgj^E^J^R^ *fA!.l*Ulg5fNg'\)9!,J>IC.TION 

""'■"SoiiiS OF ELECTIONS CHANGES PROPOSED 
ELECTION BOARD CHANGES PROPOSED 

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""■SbS: §Sk?tEr5?t'lpPEAL HEARD ^ ^^„^^ ^^„^^ 
APPEALS COURT RULES N.C- CAN SlECUTE WO'-AN 

"""'!fA(iKEI Ufef?t''5E0&??l FOR COUNSEL 

'''''WWl1ATHLi>'i>m''U OVERDOSE 
•HUMAN ERROR" CAUSED CHILD'S DEATH 



BARKER 



R, JAMES PAUL 
FIGHT SPARKS 



THREE ARRESTS 



■SAIL INTO SPRING' WITH FASHION SHOW 

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION ^ , ,^ ^,^ 

DREAM OF ONE, EFFORTS OF MANY RESULT IN CENTER 

"""FlGi?iJAi;;r"Tilli^iliESTS 

""'"53iY"?SS??T5'\riS°viTE PROBE 

NINE PLEAD NOT GUILTY IN VOTE FRAUD 

VOTE-BUYING CHARGES BEING TRIfD 

FIVE WITNESSES SAY THEY WERE 'AID TO VOTE 

FOUR PEOPLE CONVICTED OF VOTE-BUYING CHARGES 

CLAY SHERIFF DEFIES ORDER TO 5ESIGN 

f I AY SHERIFF ON JOB DESPITE CONVICTION 

CLAY SHERIFF, EX-MiGISTRATE APPEAL IN VOTE-BUYING CASE 

CLAY SHERIFF CAN'T TESTIFY 

^'""^Ue^lIgISLATORS' committee »5HS'*"i''JV„u„,TTcc = 
DURHAM-ORANGE LAWMAKERS PICKEJ TO HEAD COMMITTEES 
BILL WOULD ALLOW ABSENTEE VOTING IN CHAPEL HILL 
BILL WOULD HALT CONSTRUCTION 

"""^^ZRSigR^^^i-Fil^^'Su^^-iGAINST GROWER 
LABOR CAMPS' OWNER SUED 

BARNES, FRANCES ', , ,, ... 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

BARNES, GABRIEL LEE lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

"""^jESE^^gBL^PaaffNi LEADER WO.'T RETREAT 

"""^fiBiEfS ^A^SrjiARGED 

""''^|lR^iU'R?'Tl2l§°KALL-WYNNE HE>0. DIES 
JESSE H. BARNES DIES AT AGE SB 
HE BELIEVED IN HELPING OTHERS 

BARNES, JOHN WILLIAM 1 C HAPE L HI LL 1. 

CHAPEL nILL MOTORCYCLIST KILLED 
HAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

BARNES. .KEIT 



I PARAMEDIC I 
E LIFESAVERS 



"""'^is'mJVTYcISM UNWARRANTED 



ROY "SHORTY- AND ALYSE 
MEMORIES TOOK THEM TO IRELAND 



HUNT NOT CONSISTENT 
HOW SINCERE? 



BARNES, MARCEL IJJOl MOREHEAO AyE.l 

Durham hen held in wake break- ins 
barnes. marshall k. rev. 



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S 2 5/11/93 6 1 



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NAMES 



CHURCH INSTALLS NEX MINISTEH 
BARNES, RICHARD C5EN.1 

INGRAM RA(>s Senate panel AppoinrMENT 

N.C. SENATE GIVES LOTTERY THl/»aS DOWN 
SENATOR TO SEEK LABOR POST 
LABOR POST BECOMES AT LEAST 3-MAY RACE 
FORSYTH MAN TO RUN FOR LABOR POST 

BARNES, WILLIE MARIE BREWER (DECE4SE0I 
OBITUARIES 

BARNETT, JOHN P. IDANVULE. «A,I 

EX-mIyOR, OTHERS tlxED WITH DAMAGES IN LAWSUIT 

^•"""'uti.mui 58triktEio''Si,iAssMENT 

BARNHILLi JOHN ROBERTSON I0ECEAS60I 

BARNOUi BARRY H, (HIGHLAND PARK, ILL.) 

FlVE INDICIEO IN AaRIJUANA SALE DUMPING 

BARK. DAVID OR. (WINE FXPERTl 

WINE EXPERT'S TASTE IS ALL IN HIS MOUTH 

BARK, JIMMY STEWART (LEXINGTON] 

SfiRE CLERK KILLED IN LEXINGTON 

BARR. PETER JUNIOR 

MAN CHAflCeO IN SCHOOL ATTACK 
ARMED GUARD HIRED AT SCHOOL 



P D DATE 
S 2 1/08/83 



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H 2 5/19/83 A 1 N 

H 2 9/05/83 B 7 N 

S 2 9/05/83 A 17 N 

H 2 9/06/83 C 1 N 



H 2 6/27/83 B 5 

H 2 10/12/83 B 1 P N 

H 2 10/22/93 CI N CI 

H 2 11/25/83 C 8 

H 2 11/20/83 A 9 N 

H 2 7/21/83 C 1 P F J40 

S 2 12/05/93 A 2 N 



H 2 10/09/93 A 1 N 

H 2 10/U/S3 B I U Hi, 



-- HILL MAY PICK BARRETT AS ATTORNEY 
HEAD OF LEGAL DEPARTMENT NAME5 

BARRETT, HELEN 

MAh 15 Facing assault charge 

HAN IS CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

BARRETT, L, JUDSQN -JUO- 

AUTHORITY OFI^ERS JOB TO VA . MAN 

MOUSING AUTHORITY POSTPONES a:T!ON ON DIRECTOR'S JOB 

HOUSING JOB IS OFFERED TO BARRETT 

HOUSING DIRECTOR GETS SUPPORT 

HOUSING PANEL MAY LIST CONCERNS OVER TAKEOVER 

BARRINGER, JOHN B. 

FUNERAL SERVICES ARE TOMORROW FOR FURNITURE COMPANY PRESIDENT 
JOHN 8. eARRlNGERt DURHAM MERCHANT 

BARRINGER. MARGARET (WAKE CO. I 

GOURMET COOK SHARES HER RECIPrS FOR HOLIDAYS 

BARRtNO, LORA ANN (MATTHEWS! 

LAWYERS PLAN TO APPEAL SUIT DISMISSAL 

BARROW. JOHN DR. 

COLLEGE STUDENTS HORRY ABOUT PRACTICAL MATTERS 

BARROW, MOLLY (TRYONI 

STOP THE SELLING OF PETS FOR lESEARCH 

BARROW, PAT (SALISBURYI 

SCIENCE-TEACHING ECONOMY FOCUS 

BARRY, BRUCE 

CARTER EDITQRl't 'ASININE' 

OUESTION REGARDING THE U.N. ANSWERED 



:t new patients 



BARTLETT, THEODORE (CHAPEL HILL) 

<i FiCE CHAPEL HILL NARCOTICS CHARGES 
"> FACE COCAINE CHARGES 

BARTS, EARL JACKSON (EF1,ANDI 

5 MURDER Charges filed in beating death of man 

BARTS. KEITH (MEBANEI 

5 MURDER CHARGES FILED IN BEATING DEATH OF MAN 

BARTS, PATRICIA 

lOUNO COUPLE START MARRIAGE W! TH A HOUSE 

BASDEN, HUBERT ALWIN JR. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BASLER, CARSTEN a. ' 

TWO CLAIM FIRINGS DAMAGED REPJTATIONS 

BASLER SAYS HE LET WORKER KEE» TANTALUM 

WECK EXEC: FIRING WAS DIFFICULT 

2 SAY BASLER PART OF SCHEME AT HECK 

JURY GETS SLANDER CASE TODAY 

2 EX-EMPLOYEES TO GET »400,OD1 IN SLANDER CASE 

EX-HECK HORKER SUES LAWYER F0< NOT FILING SUIT 

LAWSUIT AGAINST LAWYER DROPPED 

BASNIGHT, H, D. 

WRONG POINT HEADLINED 

BASON, GEORGE IJUDGEI 

JUDGE RAPS COMMITMENT POLICY AT DIX 

BASON, GEORGE F. MRS. 

ANTIQUES: THERE'S A FUTURE IN THE PAST 

BASS, CABLA LOUISE 

COUPLE ARE WINNING 



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COMBINATION 



H 2 1/22/83 C 1 N H36 

H 2 1/25/83 a 1 N 



S 2 ',/25/83 A 5 N 

H 2 ',/26/a3 A 12 N 



H 2 6/19/83 C 1 N U36 

H 3 6/30/83 B 1 N W36 

H 3 7/08/93 B I N W36 

S 2 7/08/83 A 10 N 

H 3 9/l'./a3 a 1 N W36 



S 2 1/18/83 a 1 Q 

H 2 1/19/83 C 7 

H 2 12/15/B3 C 1 P F H<,5 

H 2 3/2<>/83 A 2 1 N 



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10/11/83 


A 


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H 2 


5/13/83 


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7/23/83 


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5/28/83 


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H 2 12/06/83 A 3 N 

H 2 3/20/93 E 2 P F S56 

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10/22/83 
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S92 
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H 2 


5/19/83 


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12/12/83 


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BASS, JAMES (HILL SBOROUGHI 

TWO mEn face drug Charges in hillsborough 
BASS, JAMES SR. IDECEASEDI 



H 2 6/26/83 E 1 P F H<,5 

H 2 5/22/83 E 2 P F M95 

H 2 U/15/83 B 9 

H 2 6/11/83 a 7 

S 2 6/15/83 A a N J56 



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NAMES 



't5!7 



BASS. MASSHiLL IR. J. PEYNOLDSI 

A OAUCHTEB INTRODUCES HER OAO 

JOB MARKET: IS THE WORUO READ/ FOR YOU ANO YQUR HBA7 

BASSi "iARY ANN lOECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

BASS. Thomas QR, , „, „„ 

3 MAY NOT RUN FOR BOARD 

ROSES FOR THEIR SERVICE 

BASS FILES FOR RE-ELECTION TO CITY SCHOOL UQARO SEAT 

13 SEEK SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION 

EDUCATORS ENDORSE "i IN SCHOOL BOA»D RACE 

EDUCATORS BACKING FOUR SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES 

DURHAM FLECTIONS: 13 SEEKING POSTS ON SCHOOL BOARD 

VOTE FOR THOMAS B. BASS FOR DJRHAM CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

FIRST ROUND TUESDAY IN DURHAM ELECTIONS: SCHOOL BOARD... 

THREE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL 10AR0 

SCHOOL POARD WINNERS DESERVE CONGRATULATIONS 

Z NEWCOMERS "KIN SEATS ON CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

VOTERS' CHOICES REFLECT EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS 

IS 1 HIGH SCHOOL BETTER THAN ?7 TWO RE-ELECTED BOARD MEMBERS FAVOR 

OURHAM^CITySchOOL BOARD ELECTS DR. ROBERT GMIRAROELLI CHAIRMAN 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD TAPS NEW CHAIRMAN 

BASSETT, FRANK H. DR. Ill 

joi, BUT WATCH YOUR STEP 

SURGEON TELLS RUNNELS TO BE C«REFUL 

^'^^^JulLHY^fEACH^RS ARE GOAL OF JNC LYNOHURST PROGRAM 

"^'"SbS?AA^tl's"?Bo4SJ?788SlRY MARKET CO-OP 

6ATCHEL0R. FLORIDA BRIDGES IDECEASFOl 
OBITUARY 

"'^TdlffE^'-WANT CONTROL OF LAND 
LAND-USE PLAN DELAYED 

COUNTY Planning DIRECTOR HOPING in E«pand, staff 
I-^O PANEL URGES APllftOVAL OF lEvELOPMENT CONTROLS 
BATEMAN says COUNTY NEEDS APPEARANCE, GROWTH RULES 

BATEMAN, MARY HARRIS ( H ILLS80R0UGHI 
OBITUARY 

BATTEN. CHARLES ILOUISSURG POLICEI 
BATTEN JOINS L0UIS8URG POLICE 

BATTEN. ERWIN S. 

NEW 20-YEAR MAN 

BATTEN. HERMAN MILFORO "PETE" IDECrASEOl 
OBITUARY 

BATTEN, W, M. (CIVITANI 

ClytTANS ELECT QURHAM_MAN 



CfylTANS ELECT DURHAM MAN 

SaHen gets civitan post 



°*^''BLlcKywHlTE OFFICIALS GET DIFFERENT CONTRACTS 
SCHOOL OFFICIAL OUITS HER POST 



BATTLE. 0. L. 1ST 
N.C. FAMILIE 



SGT. (HUBERTI 
S WAIT — AND HOPE 



^'''^tl/on°.lk'l"f'h ^ife'lowN AND SCHOOL BOARD SEATS^^ 
BAKER FILES FOR CHAPEL H ILL-CA RRBORO SCHOOL BOARD 
PACE PICKS <. CANDIDATES IN BOARD RACE 
5 BACKED FOR SCHOOL UNIT 

TEACHERS ENDORSE FIVE CANpiOATES , „^ „ , . , , 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS DIFFER ON TAX INCREASE 
3 MEMBERS WILL BE ELECTED 
FIVE SEEKING SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 
FOUR WOMEN ELECTED TO CITY SCHOOL BOARD 
BAKER LEADS CANDIDATES IN SCHOOL BOARD RACE 



NE 



RANOLE OUINTON (KINSTONl 
t BERN OFFICER KILLS MAN 



batts. b. r. -bernie" (charlotte lawyeri 
Charlotte lawyer disbarred 

BAUCHNER.^ELA^E^ here: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

BERICA CITY' TOPS AGENDA 
BAUGH^UMj^ALAg PHONE FIRMS DISCUSSED 

^'^^'wAS^KOOEAN AIRLINER AN 'INNOCENT' TARC 

BAUMBERGERi BILL ( PHOTQGR APHERl 

LENS GETS Faces Of DURHAM COUNTY 



8""?i0^«?yA»;Hg§5 irSN^^EL^i???^ % ?S?n?J?r0F MEDICINE 
RESERACHERS ELECTED TO INSTITUTE 

ADULTS NEED FLUORIDATED TOOTHPASTE TOO, PROFESSOR SAYS 
PRENATAL FLUORIDE EFFECTS DEBATED BY RESEARCHERS 
PLASTIC SEAL URGED FOR KIDS' TEETH 



bayes, charlie fletcher sr. ideceasedi 
iSbituary 

BA2AR, WILLIAM G. (CORPUS CHRISTI. TEXAS! 

ZvERY 'CLEARLY HAD A PLAN.' VI PSYI:hIAI 

BAJEMORE, ^f,5;,gg-oEajrE over opidmetrists 

""'*5lI?''So' l?W'!irT3iau^S?JRn' ^AiEN 
BEACH, JOYCE GERALDINE (ALEXANDER :0.l 



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JURY INDICTS W IN VOTE PROOe 
JURY SeLfCtfoN BEGINS TOMaRRO^ 

JURY Chosen for vote fr«uci trial 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN VOTE FRAUO TRIAL 

JURY MEMBER THREATENED AFTER ELECTION FRAUD TRIAL 

SENTENCES ARE GIVEN IN VOTE F5 AUO CASE 

BEACH, MALDQ 

iuBHAHfS CIVIC CHORAL IN HANDEL'S SAMSON 

8EACHAM, LQNRIE ( auRROUGHS-HELLCQME I 

BUSINESSES URCED TO KEEP EMPlTYEES HEALTHY 

SEALt ROGER 

COLLEGIATE ALL SPORTS RANKINGS PONDERED 

'murder CHAftCfO IN BEiTING DEATH 
JUDGE aUIETS J OUTBREAKS IN MJROER TRIAL 
JUROR EXCUSED IN REST HOME SLAYING CASE 
REST HOME OWNER'S WIFE TESTIFIES 

JURY BEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN ^EST HOME MURDER TRIAL 
REST HOME OPERATOR GETS 5 YE*» S """ " ^ - - -- - 



DATE 
7/08/83 



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H 2 './29/fl3 1 P F M66 
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H 2 3/27/83 B 2 L 



I S FOR PATIENT'S DEATH 



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H 2 5/01/83 A 16 

H 2 5/03/83 A 8 

H 2 5/04/83 A 1 



"•"°JlflSl^S?S?ilsfcA%?gNEtgfltP8lES 
OBITUARY 

BEARD. ZACKEDY JUSTIN 

MAN Charged in death 

MARINE DESERTER HELD IN SLAYI'IG 
MAN GIVEN PRISON TERM IN SLAYING 

BEASLEY, ARTHUR (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

""^sju"^yKi''^8°i!D*!;^fiaji^YM'^5m8« ""'"■ 

BEASLEY, EVIE MCGHEE IDECEASEOI 

SCMobt'i PRES^liviTlON VITAL F0> CITY 

""'SXfTaikl?'*'' ''•'■'^ 

BEASLEY) MILLIAM R. lOECEASEDI 
THREE BELOVED CITIZENS 

BEATTY. DENNIS G. (CLEVELAND CO. P^ARMACISTI 
CONVICTIONS IN SIX AREA CASES UPHELD 

BEATTY, LULA POOLE lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BEATV, JAMES A. JR. JJUDGEI 

SIX SPECIAL JUDGES ARE REAPPOINTED TO <.-YEAR TERMS 

BEAIY, JIM ISMITHFIELOI 

PREGNANT WOMAN FEARED DROWNED 

BEATY. MARY 

WOMAN FEARED DROWNED AFTER BOAT CATCHES ON FIRE 

PREGNANT WOMAN FEARED DROWNED 

SEARCH TO RESUME FOR MISSING JOMAN 

SEARCH CONTINUES AT LAKE 

SEARCH CONTINUES ON LAKE 

WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN JORDAN 

BEAUMONT. ARTHUR J. 

KINDNESS APPRECIATED 

BEAUMONT, RUBY MANGUM IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
KINDNESS APPRECIATED 



BEAVER. BILL IWTyDI 

THEY WEREN'T STRANGERS EVEN AT 



The BEGINNING 



BECK. EVA SUZANNE 
OBITUARY 



BECK. GARLAND R. (CHESAPEAKE. 
OBITUARY 



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H 2 2/22/83 A 10 
H 2 8/25/83 C 15 



H 2 7/23/83 4 

H2 5/01/B3C 2 N 

H 2 5/15/83 C 4 

S 2 11/15/83 A 4 L 

H 2 7/04/83 A ID 

H 2 3/22/63 A 4 L 

H 1 10/19/83 B 1 N 

H 2 8/02/83 8 7 

H 1 U/Ol/83 B 1 N 

H 2 5/l')/83 B 1 N 



S 2 5/18/83 A I 

H 2 5/19/83 E 1 

H 2 5/20/83 B 1 

H 2 5/21/83 B 5 

H 2 5/22/83 C 1 

H 2 5/23/83 B 1 



S 2 7/07/B3 A 



H 2 6/25/83 A 10 
S 2 7/07/83 A 4 



H 2 11/27/83 E 2 P F H45 
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H 2 8/14/83 C 13 



DURHAM'S NEW POLICE SOUAO AIMS TO STOP DRUNKEN DRIVERS 
DURHAM DUI SQUAD CITES 36 DRIVERS 

BECK. RAY (HISTORIC RESEARCHER AT N.C, STATE CAPITOL) 
RAY beck: PutTINC THE PAST BACK IN ITS PLACE 
ELON COLLEGE TO PRESENT AWARDS TODAY 

BECK, ROBERT E. IN.C, OEPT. OF REVENUEI 

YOU NEED PROOF TO GET FUEL T»x REFUND 

BECKER] DAN 

PROOF OF POVERTY SOON REOUIREO FOR FREE LAWYER 

BECKER. HAL C. OR, 

Si:iENTl5l SUGGESTS USING SUBLIMINAL STIMULI IN SCHOOLS 
SUBLIMINAL SUGGESTIONS PRAISED 
SCIENTIST HAS POP-ULAR IDEA 
INSTANT VALUES WON'T LAST 

BECKER, PHIL 

Oil IT YOURSELF ON CABLE CHANNEL 8 

SEC^wITH co-authors BOOK ON A30RTED RESCUE MISSION 

beckwith, clarence neeoham 

beckwiih, oscar eoward (oeceaseoi 
ObituaKy 

8ect0n. charles l, 

THE NEWS SAlO BECTON; FRYE'S SON KNEW OTHERWISE 
BECTON. J. WILLIAM "JOE" 



S 2 5/14/83 A 1 P N F30 
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S 2 6/29/83 8 1 N C05 

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H 2 7/03/83 4 E 



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H 2 3/24/83 A 15 N 

H 2 1/08/83 8 7 

H 2 2/25/83 C 6 

H 2 1/15/83 CI F B51 



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HAVOR SUGGESTS F»IR HQUS JNG^P} NEL 
OFFICIUS lOLD TO PREPARE HOUSING LAW 

AND I'LL SAY CHIP HILTON 

BEERSt BURTON f. INCSU HISTQCIANI 

STATEi local HISTORY AMAHOS ^'ESENTEO 

BEERY, >ILL1A« L. luNC HEALTH SE'<VIC? RESEARCH CENTERI 
Some HEALTH PROGRAMS FLAHEO, OFFICIAL SAYS 

BEGIN.^HENACHE"^ HEAL FRIENDS OF ISRAEL? 

begin ano commanoments icartooni 
henachE" begin's leadership 
begin resignation may help u.s. 

*'"^''br1ves"oecision surprises BEHENNA 
8ehenna sparkles in big-league oebut 

BEhENNA REFUSES TO HORRY 
BEHENNA BRAVES IT 

°^"'"51ilf<8^UL''THE PIECES fit: Out E STUDENT GAINS NATIONAL ATTENTION.. 

BEILMAN* DONALD S. tWAKE CO.) 
CHIP FUNDING QUESTIONED 



BEISCHFR,^^EgRGE 



^, , ... .ONOaS: IT'S NOT A FLCDO YET 
MEMPERS MAY PURCHASE CLU6 

b"§iis;!ti zh:iToui°si"ihik'^ioLo to us me-bers 

^^'^'^HI^h'-ANNIE,' new deal opens at dinner THEATER 

'^'■*'*5haV'D°5 ^3int of divorce-battle story? 



BUT THERE'S ENOUGH BEING BUILT... 



BELCHER, TONY ( i? 1 5 
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ARBORN OR.) 
JEkELRT AR6 REPORTED STOLEN 



"^''•TSI^g'EI^'MEi'SI^^I^^'BAPTIST CONVENTION POST 

BEL*. JOHN M. (CHARLOTTE) 

BELK DOUBTS HE HILL RUN 

8ELK, LUCILE BULLaPD (GQLOSaOflOj 

MRS. 3ELJ(, FORMER GOLOSBORO EDITOR 

BELL. 9RYAN KEITH I SHELBY) 

FORMER SHELBY MAN CONVICTED Of MURDER 

^^'■'"'«8MAN'"BisCRlaES SHOOTING 

«OMAN SHOT IN CAR IN GOOD CONOITION 

BELL, DAVID FnwLER JR. DR. , , ,^„ 
FiCU).TY PROMQTInNS AT DUKE AN')OUNCED 
DUKE AHARDS PROFESSORSHIPS 

''^'•',5KrBllia?i°?H00TS. KILLS DUR-.AM MAN 
HAKE DEPUTY KILLS DURHAM SUSPFCT 
JURY IN HAKE GETS BELL CASE ^,^, 
MAKE JURY INDICTS BELL ON i. CHARGES 

°^'-'-*tSo'm?N CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

^''-'-'HAKE^iEi'SfY^jHOOTS, KILLS DURHAM MAN 
JURY IN HAKE GETS BELL CASE 
HAKE JURY INDICTS BELL ON «, CHARGES 
SHOT SAID FIRED IN DEFENSE 

^^'-'-'FLORIOrSAN^MNDS A JOB AS WELL AS HIFE IN DURHAM 

hork in store for t:p seniors 

"'■'-L^gtYKfN^'LiNKED TO BIRTH DEFECTS 

BELL. JOE STANLEY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

8ELL,JEGGY^KIRK^^G0LFER1_ ^^^_ ^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^P ,^ TEACHING 
THREE JOIN CAHOLINAS GOLF HALL 

BELL, RICHARD (DUKE JSS ' ', f 9°I? Jt L 99^'^' ! c t 
maSMIE, bell top iJuKE'S DEFENSIVE LIST 
BELL DUKE'S DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR 
SLOAN HIRES BELL 

BELL FILES SUIT AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA 
SELL SETS UNSAVORY SOUTH CAROLINA MEMORIES ASIDE 

S!^^lS?rPAN'?H?S?^ ll'urHl^t^Tul'ilHl ?^5ShARPER defensive KNIVES 
BELL FIRED FOR LOSING? 

BELL. TERREL H. ISECT'Y. OF EDUCATIONI 

GOV. HUNT URGES ACTION ON EDUCATION 
DON'T PENALIZE OUR TEACHERS 

^^'■'■'cOmmissTon£«S''fEELINGS ON NI-.MT MEETINGS MIXED 
COMMISSIONERS CHANGE MEMBERSHIP RULES 
NEW CHAIRMAN FORESEES NO EXTRAVAGANCE 
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PUSH TO START TUESDAY 
COMMISSIONERS ASKED TO OK Ml NO R I T I E S POL I C Y 
CaMMlSsloNERj MAINTAIN OPINlCNS OF NIGHT MEETINGS 
COUNTY SEEKS ACTIVE ROLE IN CENTER DEVELOPER CHOICE 
CIVIC CENTER: COUNTY ASSURED JOLE IN SELECTING DEVELOPER 
LAKE RULES: STATE MAY USE PRESSURE 
CORRECTION 

''^'■^•H?nhiJ,?jT|i'og5»HENTS 
BELLAMY, OARRELYN 



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H 2 6/19/93 C 9 
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S 2 3/29/93 A 5 N 

S 2 3/29/93 A 3 N 

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/01/a3 - 12/31783 1/17/6^ 



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fWO HEN SENTENCEO IN CASES OF ASSAULT H 2 3/01/n3 A 8 N B5 1 

2 GET PfilSON TERMS S 2 3/01/83 A 6 N 

BELLAMY, DOUGLAS f. , (COLUMBUS CD. I 

DEPUTY PLEADS GUILTY S 2 't/19/63 B 8 N 

BELLAMY. JOHN IRUTHERFOROTONI 

N.C. MAN HAS ONLY HISO PLANT IN U.S. S 2 9/C")/83 All N 

BELLAMY, MARY LOUISE (NCSSH BIOLOGY TEACHERI 

SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL TEAChER RECEIVES AHARO S 2 5/12/83 A 12 N 

CONVICTIONS IN SIX iSfi CASES UPHELD H 1 10/19/83 9 1 N 

BELLAMY, OLLIE JR. (LEE CO.l 

CONVICTIONS IN SIX AREA CASES UPHELD H 1 10/19/83 B 1 N 

BELLI. MELVIN (SAN FRANCISCO LAWYE^l 

BELLI (lOMING? RUBY'S LAWYER CLEARED FOR DURHAM CASE H 2 1/29/83 B 1 N B51 

BELLI HILL REPRESENT WOMAN IN DURHAM COURT S 2 1/29/83 A 13 N 

BEL TON, FREOERKK 

DURHAM OFFICERS MAY HAVE SAVED MAN'S LIFE S 2 9/03/83 A 1 N 

BELVIN, SALLIE THEORA IDECEASEDI 

OBITuaRy H 2 5/12/83 C 13 

BEN, PHILLIP AND STEPHANIE (CHAPEL HILLI 

UNd CfiuPLE FINOS DREAM HOUSE IN OLD LAW OFFICE H 2 12/0'./B3 E 1 P F H",5 

Q c u R r r H 

FATAL ILLNESS: MOST DOCTORS HLL THEIR PATIENTS NOW H 2 11/19/83 CI F B30 

BENDER, BOB 

BENDER JOINS BASKETBALL STAFF H 2 6/21/83 B 2 P N 071 

BENDER'S HIRING A PLUS H 2 6/22/83 6 2 U 07 1 

BENITEi, MARIA IDANCERI 

FLAMENCO FIRE TO 5PARK FESTIVAL H 2 6/2'./e3 10 P F W66 

ETT, BEN 

NAME TAGS INTACT, BENNETT ANO DEVILS BEGIN SPRING DRILLS H 2 3/20/83 B 11 N S9 1 

IF THE DEVILS HAVE IT THEIR WAY... S 2 "t/lB/BJ 3 P U D18 

BFNNETT MAKES PLAYBOY TEAM S 2 5/11/83 Q 2 P N D18 

> .... j^ ARRESTED H 2 7/07/83 B 

A RACE S 2 7/27/83 R . „ 

1 N S91 

2 P F S91 



QUARTERBACK IS ARRESTED H 2 7/07/83 B 1 N 

THE ALL-AMERICA RACE S 2 7/27/83 B 1 U 018 

BENNETT COMPLETED UNC GAME DESPITE BROKEN RIB H 2 8/12/83 C ' --- 

BOOMER AND BENNETT: ESIASON FINOS ROOM APLENTY FOR THE ACC'S TALENTED QB H 2 8/15/83 B 

GET TICKET '83 FOR FOOTBALL NEWS S 2 8/27/83 A , ^ ., 

OCA/ BEN BENNETT H 2 8/23/83 G 12 P F S91 

BENNETT BRACES FOR '83 S 2 8/29/83 B 1 P P \ 

GOOD TIMING: BEN BENNETT'S SE><IOR SEASON SHOULD BE HIS BEST S 2 8/29/83 B 2 C F 018 J 

DUKE FALTERS. ..WALKER, CAVALIFRS RAMBLE THROUGH DUKE'S DEFENSE H 2 9/0<./83 B 1 P N D71 P 

ARM HASN'T GONE TO HIS HEAD H 2 9/l'./e3 A 4 P E u 

RECORD OUT The window: BENNETT SAYS BLUE DEVILS, NOT PASSING MARKS... H 2 10/09/83 C 10 P N S91 B 

DUKE'S MARK NOT DISASTER TO B=NNETT, 9RAN0T SAYS H 2 10/13/83 DIN f 

PASSING DUEL: BFNNETT, BLUE DEVILS VISIT ESIASON, TERPS, TRYING... H 2 10/22/83 D 1 N C52 

•WHO'S BEST?" BANTER OLD TO TERPS' ESIASON H 2 10/23/83 C 3 N S91 

THE NUMBERS GAME S 2 11/03/83 B 1 U F2S ' 

A PROPER EXIT FOR BEN BENNETT H 2 11/11/83 C 1 U D71 i 

BLUE DEVILS RALLY PAST STATE H 2 U/11/83 C 1 P N S91 I 

FIRST NIGHT BENNETT'S FINAL NIGHT H 2 11/11/93 C 2 P P K30 | 

BENNETT'S MAGICAL FINISH BEATS 'PACK S 2 11/11/83 1 P N F25 ' 

'A PASS TO REMEMBER' SAVES DEVILS S 2 11/11/83 D 1 N 018 d 

BLUE DEVIL HERO H 2 11/12/83 B 3 P P » 

HIS LAST hurrah; the WIN COLUIN, THE RECORD BOOK ON BENNETT'S MIND... H 2 U/15/83 2 P F S91 3 

BEN BENNETT: DUKE'S FLASHY SENIOR QUARTERBACK WILL BE HARD TO FORGET S 2 11/17/83 B 1 P U 018 1 

BENNETT'S TEAMMATES AT RECORD RECEPTION H 2 11/18/S3 C I N S9l } 

TAR HEELS WIN IN A CLASSIC H 2 11/20/83 B 1 P N S9l J 

STankavaGE, tar HEELS: BENNETT DESERVES MARK H 2 11/20/83 2 N 1 

BENNETT'S (SeCOROS NOT ENOUGH H 2 11/20/83 B 2 P N C52 i' 

BENNETT'S BEST NOT ENOUGH FOR DEVILS S 2 11/21/83 3 P U DIB L 

BFN BENNETT: 9614 YARDS (CARnONI H 2 11/23/83 A <. T T R56 1 

DUKE'S BENNETT PLAYER OF YEAR H 2 11/23/33 C 1 P N ' 

DUKE'S BEN BENNETT EARLY PICK FOR HULA H 2 12/05/83 3 N | 

BENNETT, GRAYSON GET HONORS S 2 12/09/83 3 N 1 

JUST WONDERINi;... S 2 12/13/83 B 2 P U DIB 

BENNETT SURPRISED, HURT BY REMARKS H 2 12/15/83 1 N S91 i 

MARYLAND QB BITTER OVER NIX tv ACC AWARDS H 2 12/15/83 D 1 P N , 

ACTION ANO REACTION S 2 12/16/83 1 U 018 i 

BEN BFNNETT AS A TORTOISE ANO "BOOMER" FSIASON AS A DONKEY (CARTOONl H 2 12/18/83 D 5 T T P<,5 P 

BFNNETT, ACC STARS TOP GRAY RTSTER H 2 12/25/93 BIN | 

BENNETT HITS GAME-WINNER S 2 12/26/83 D 5 P N 

BENNETT'S TO PASS SEALS WIN F3R GRAY H 2 12/26/93 B 2 P N 



2 3/19/83 D 
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BENNETT, BUL REV. (TRINITY AVE, PRESBYTERIAN CmURChI 
FOLKS IrOUNO HERE: WITH THE HALO SET 

BENNETT. CHARLES FULLER JR. (DECEASED) 

OelTUARY H 2 12/10/93 

BENNETT, OEMPSIE MORRIS ( HI LL SBQROJ GH I lOECEASEDI 

liBITUiRY H 2 12/19/93 ABO 

BENNETT, EDITH BROOKS 

IDBITUAJy H 2 12/29/83 A 1 <, 

BENNETT, GARY ERNEST "WHITEI" 

<, MORE ARRESTED ON 6RUG CHARGES H 2 7/28/93 A 17 N 

BENNETT, GEORGE GARLAND (LAKELAND, FLA. I 

OBITUARY H 2 9/28/83 A 9 

BENNETT, JACOUELINE 

avERY'S family is SUFFERING, TOO S 2 8/12/83 A <> L 

BENNETT, JAMFS EOWARO 

20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SWEEP H 2 3/09/93 

DRUG ARRESTS CLIMB TO 21; RAH AIMED AT STREET DEALERS S 2 3/09/83 „ . 

2 CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN H 2 6/15/83 A 13 

BENNETT, JAMES HQBERT III (WALNUT COVEI 

TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN POLICEMAN'S DEATH H 2 1/06/83 A 8 N 

BENNETT, JAMES HOYT 

OBITUARY H 2 1/13/83 C 17 

BENNETT, LE GRAND 

FINANCING: 'WE'VE HEARD IT ALL,' BANKER SAYS IN ADVICE TO SMALL BUSINESS H 2 11/27/83 D 12 F Lil 

BENNETT, MARTHA DR. 

YOUNG PEOPLE WITH ULCERS SHOWING DRAMATIC INCREASE S 2 8/30/83 C I N J56 

BENNETTi MICHELLE 

PLANS BEING HADE NOW FOR FALL STREET ARTS FEST S 2 8/04/83 D 3 P N 671 



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aBITuAdY " ^ 10/16/83 u 2 

BENNETT, PETER 3. 0». lOUK? MyPEB BJ 9 IC .CHiNBER 1 . /,,/«■! ill m 

BENNETT «Ui$ J»»»0 C0« UNDESSiA STUDY | 2 i^ii-^H ^ M u it^ 

DUKE FOCUSES ON MULTIPLE SCLE'OSIS S 2 J/fS/" A N J56 

OXYGEN TmEBAPY "AY PROVE HELPFUL TO VICTIMS OF MS "2 6/22/93 B 1 N 

GERMANY CONTINUES DIVE MORS S ' 6/30/83 A 16 N 

^^'"'^SJItuaIy'*^ ^""" ■""• '°"^»5S"' H 2 8/27/83 B -. 

"'"''n:LrklSi*0^'?l5"rT°-SINGING MRE CHIEF. S- HOME H 2 8/l<./a3 C , P U L57 

"'"'^S^!,^A;!V^is^^aK?s5AN H 2 2/01/n3 A ^ E 

Gu'nG.tLeS. CONSTITUTION T:)PICS AT HUMANITIES MEET H 2 lO/Ki/eS 12 P N 

BENNMAUJEN.^INGESORG M. (DECEaSEOI „ ^ 6/08/83 A 10 

"•"•"jA^fSMisTSIg^'TRANSITION n FILM S 2 12/15/83 8 P U F25 

""^^aiR?*?: imr^^hf'iMiuv.i^H » 2 7/13/83 b 5 n 

"""gjLClRS? i^SSJ JX<fJ!\SJ|-' « 2 U/13/83 12 P F 076 

BENSON, CLIFTnN [)f;,l«»|,|JWlT5 „eo,|_S H 3 3/31/83 B 1 N 

CLIFF BENSON: AOWlSER.fUNOiRAISER F3R DEMOCRATS IN NORTH CAROLINA H 2 U/2'./83 C 12 F 

'^''^'■oInCE?''hER AGONY AND JOY H 2 5/03/93 D 3 P U H-.5 

^^"^"BSuJi^^NTON APPOINTED MANAGED AT nORThGATE MALL H 2 7/10/83 A 4 P N 

""'"S-M^nfLtl^^lfbb^tlRE IN ASHEV.LLE H 2 <./08/a3 A 3 N 

"'"°3;N"iSJEU6'5'frtTlJEUS' " 2 -/30/83 A 10 N 

BENTON, TIMOTHY JAMES y , c/iiyo-i r i w 

CHIEF RANGER AT LAKE NAMED " ' 5/14/83 L 1 »1 

^^'"'CENTER/GALLERT OFFERS COSTUME ORIGINALS FOR HALLOWEEN REVELERS H 2 10/23/83 6 2 P F H<,5 

""^''i°%2£?'5W^''!Hyi?'7°SlF?£"Sk0EifMNtR0DUCE SHAKESPEARE- TO WORLD... H 2 2/03/83 B I F W2* 

"""s???5visnErG2?-ci5c"^i [jsr'^" ' '"'^^ ""•' hj 5/0./93 c . nb3o 

BERG. GREG IBANJO PLATERI „ , 4/05/93 a 1 P P T37 

EASTER MONDAY MUSIC " ^ "./U^/OJ D I k k ij. 

BERG, MATHEW (Chatham CO. I „-,,, c ? 4/10/si r 1 n 

CARRIER'S ALERTNESS LEADS TO ARRESTS 5 2 './l')/83 B 1 N 

BERGAM, EDWARD DR. )UNC-CH FACULTY! - , lyip/R^ 4 1 N 

IMPROVED ECONOMY PREDICTED F05 N.C. 5 2 3/08/|3 A 1 N 

OPTIMISTIC FORECAST FOR TAR HEEL ECONOMY " 2 3/11/83 Ait 

""'^'•SSSf fiSK^METHOOISTS. FUNDRAISER H 2 3/l'./93 A 11 P N 

""'■"I!J»?e"eJIgmAN WINS AWARD S | 2/01/83 BIN 

RECORD BAR HEAD NAMED , S | l>?l>B, c 1 N 583 

HOME TAPINGS CONCERN OF RECOR:i FIRMS S 2 2/18/83 CI N i03 

^='"^\"'SASiS*?8 ^iSSR^cSG^^fP"' S 2 <./05/e3 8 1 N K90 

"'"'"5e5gS{n"?0 help LEAD EDMISTEN PANEL " ^ 12/30/83 A 6 N 

BERGMAN.^ROBERT^E.JR.^ TO DRUG CHARGES " 2 5/13/83 3 6 N 

"""spInuS-JSeRICAN war veteran SAYS TOOAY-S SAILORS HAVE IT EASY S 2 5/30/B3 A 1 = F 

^"''^S&I^IaRy'' I°^"'S"' H 2 12/08/83 C 16 

"""■Io^kS^aIouNO here: light at THE END OF THE TUNNEL H 2 3/02/83 fl 1 D U 

^^'^'iiUP'?mahl\\lVUt^l^Vlui\ HONORARY DOCTORATES H 2 4/20/83 A N 

""'-"gjEhiaSfSEi^SJil'-wm^AG " 2 6/19/83 A 4 L 

"""?fA?UJERS0NS7 H 2 6/27/83 A 5 L 

BERNARD^ NORMAN .FAJETJEVlyLJI H 2 11/24/83 A 22 N 

ORIFTER ENTERS INNOCENT PLEA IN 3 SLAYINGS H 2 11/29/83 B 7 N 

""'";:^^"jES?iug.N?°O^E^(f;G " 2 1/13/93 A 22 P P T37 

"""'Ifisfofi^^.'uS PALACE BLESSED IN LOvE FEST H 2 5/01/83 9 N G69 

''"""iBlTSlRY"""'" "^"""'^ '^°'' H 2 9/17/83 B 9 

"'""';Mfe'S7J,???E3:s°SON TO AUTOGRAPH BOOKS " 2 5/28/83 A 6 P N 

''''^iiBUi.ii^.''ih'cir'.ui°T jci^fSJ jssi^ssiJation. job chances ? i y^ii r\il ^n 

CIVIL RIGHTS STRUGGLE NOT OVER, STUDENTS TOLD » 2 4/09/83 C 1 P N W24 
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BEST, KIM 

ANf SIHESIOCOGY ESTIMATES 

25SS^^8r^?M'g?sf"'''' "" "" '''' 

THANKS FOR REMINDER THAT SOUL CAN SOAR 
BEST, RACHE 



HUNT INS LoBce'^U 



TREASURE TROVE 



'^^"^Ai, J,»?f5 ALEXANDER "OOMINO" 
Uo I I UAK Y 

bethEa, mark ICHAPFL HILLI 
BURGLARY CharSEs FILJO 
3 CHARGED IN SLAYING 
I"«|f ARRESTED IN FATAL STABBING 
ATTORNEYS APPOINTED IN ORANGE DEATH CASE 
"!l"i!!9 SCHEDULED JULY 27 FOR 3 ACCUSED OF MURDER 
ABDUCTION CHARGES FILED IN SLAYING "URUtK 

KIDNAPPING CHARGES ARE FILED 
HEARING IS POSTPONED 
DEFENDANTS WERE IN VICTIM'S CAR 
THREE BOUND OVER IN SLAYING CI SE 

SrElfS'^I^ ^0 *5K COURT FOR STATE-PAID PSYCHOLOGIST 
DEFFNriANT DENIED INVESTIGATOR :. .'.nuLuo 1 1 1 

DEFENDANT WON'T GET STATE-PAH INVESTIGATOR 

BETmEA, MEOOIS IWASHINGTONl 

BETHEA, 

" "TUARY 

BETHEA. TOMMY 
THIS AND 

SeTHUNEj^NyL JR. lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

"'""KifcD?cni.fE4''iMf?D8iN'iBgbi^tN=i?hoSE°i!Jo8f?S£^?giG 

betsill.^carl 

1 SeCion of exot ics 

8ettman,, james r. dr. 

BFTTMAN fo BE FIRST PROFESSOR 

BETTS, DORIS 

PROF TO SPEAK 



tn^'f 



KETBALL PLAYER) 



SEVAN 
BEV 



1 WILLIAM 

DUKE EXTENDS PROVOST SEARCH 



UL, VERNON 

PAIR Of! WILDLIFE SILLS CONTINJING JOURNEY THROUGH L 

BEVINCTON, HELEN I AUTHOR! 

.SL^9H''J(I*,'I FVERYTHING FOR AUTHOR HELEN BEVINGTDN 
JOURNAL OF THE SEVENTIES OFFERS FASCINATING TRIP 

BEYLE, PATRICIA C, ICHAPEL HILL MUSIC TEACHFRI 

Stl$?!^"i!irT^Jg^??§AaX|i^3p"lK « ?^?^^ ^°' REACHING 

TEACHER OF YEAR NAMED AT CHHS 

BEYLE, THAO L. ICHAPEL HILLI 

THAD BEYLE RE-ELECTSb to POSITION 

BICKEL, ELUaBETH 

WRONG CONCLUSIONS ABOUT EL SALVADOR 
EL SALVADOR'S GOVERNMENT ELECTED 

BICKERTON. THOMAS J. (DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL 1 
DIVINITY SCHOOL: NO DEEP DIVISIONS 

BKKSTON, WALTER BRIG. GEN. 

ARMY OFFICIALS INVESTIGATING (LLEGED MISUSE OF VEHICLES 
BIOOLE, JOHN 

INSPECTIONS UPSET COUPLE 

INSPECTION GRIPES CHECKED 

SIOOLE, SANQRA 

INSPECTIONS UPSET COUPLE 
INSPECTION GRIPES CHECKED 

SIEDENBACH, EDDIE 

BIEDENBACH: EX-STATE STAR NOW GEORGIA AIDE 

BIERHANN, ALAN DR. 

YOUft VOICE MAY ONE DAY CONTROL A COMPUTER 

BIGELOW, w. K. lYERMONII 

EX-MAYOR, itHERS TAXED WITH DAMAGES IN LAWSUIT 

^'"'•§yiErnw':,PfV.J5«^SJJ?c5T. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH, 



EGISLATURE 



-BlSELOwiief-G^f"BIJ^?E^'- 
PASTOR GETS HONORARY DEGREE 



8"=<iEg|{j5JJfEST L. (KALAMAZOO, MICH.) 

BIGGERS* w. PAUL OR. (Chapel hil 

UNd PROFS STUDYING SPaC- -'■ 
BIGGS, 



PEL HILL 1 
'DYING SPACE SKK'JESS 

S, WALTER 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: A VERY MER< Y YULE 

BILLINGS, LACY JR. 

wSflAN DESCftlBES SHOOTING 

WOMAN SHOT IN CAR IN GOOD CONDITION 



B I L L I NG 



NGSLEY, EVERETT 

OWiSA to VOTE |!|N BUDGET 

o22?S!! i;?^!" '■'■"« ""-L "E OPPOSED 

SS?l:7[lT?'?uSgr' *"''' ^AKE-ROLAN 



OWASA WORKS ON CHANGES IN CONSERVATION OKOINANCE 
D 
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BILPUCH, EDWARD G. OR . 
FOLKS AROUND HERE 
CHINA MOVES -- 





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Suaar county couple founo oea:) 

BINGMAN, GRAOr JOriN (SURRT CD.) 

suJry coonty couple found oEAn 

SoxINaTES aOAROS 

aiNION ON The rebound; N.C. central PLAYER HITS the BOOKS — AND HOAKDS 

BIRCHETTt RONNIE OAylD 

2N0 YOUTH JhARGEB in break-in 

BIRO. JUANITA 

A nem frontier 

birosall, stephen s. dr. 

birosall gets position at unc 

birhingham, Fannie beaChuh (OECEasedi 
obituary 

birmingham. george h. 

inspection gripes checked 

bishop] l. c. or. 

scholarly debate reouires pro:if 

bittle. cuendolyn flintall ideceasedi 
obituary 

buleri lucinoa lee ichapel hill) 
obituary 

3iz2ell| bpenoa b. ideceasedi 
qbituary 

anzell. maxine damson (greenvillei 

pitt deaths called murder. suicide 

bi22ell1 preston junior igreenvill=i 
pitt deaths called murder. suicide 

BJ0RNS50N, ThQRIH 0. DR. 

15 PROMOTED AT DUKE MEDICAL CENTER 

BLACK, BRUCE I ROX30RO/PER SON FOOTBALLI 

THE GAME IN PERSPECTIVE; FOOTOALL THE LEAST OF CONQUESTS BY PERSON'S.. 

BLACK, CHARLES A. (lOHAI 

ANDERSON COLUMN DISTORTED 

BLACK, JIM IREAL ESTATEI 
■ IT'S UP TO ME' 

BLACK, MERLE lUNC-CB POLITICAL SCI;NCE PROFESSORI 
UNC PROFESSOR SAYS top HAS So5 D SHOT 

BLACK. ROLAND 

CONVICTION FOR MURDER IS UPHELD 

BLACK, TONY N. IJEFFERSON POLICE CHIEFI 

JEFFERSON'S ONLY POLICEMAN RESIGNS AFTER HIS PAY CUT 

BLACKARO, GEORGE LESLIE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BLACKARO, JOHNNY IHQXBnftOI 

ROXSORO GOURMET CLUB MEETS, EATS "ONTHLY 

BLACKSEARO ITEACH, EDMARDI 

PLAY CASTS BLACKBEARO AS ROGUE, GENTLEMAN 

BLACKBURN, FRANCES L. 
DAVIS AUARO uIVEN 

BLACKBURN, JAMES L. lATTORNEYI 

PROSECUTOR STAYS IN GREEN CASE 

BLACKBURNE, ANNA 

DUKE SENIOR GETS CORO FELLOWSHIP 
DUKE SENIOR WINS GRANT 

8LACKLEY, ROBERT MILSON IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BLACKLEY, ShEm k. JR. lOUKE POMER :0.l 

ENGINEERING SCHOOL CITES THREf GRAOS 

BLACKMAN, JAMES li^AKE CO. I 

TmO DIX HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES FHED 

PAIR FREED IN BEATING OF DIX CENTAL PATIENT 

CHARGE FILED IN RALEIGH KILLING 

WAKE JURY INOICTS MAN IN SLAYING 

BLACKMON, WALTER EARL JR. IHENDERSDNI 

TRAIN INVOLVED IN »iTH ACCIDENT; HENDERSON MAN KILLED 

BLACKSTONE. SmEILA DENISE 

MAN CAPTURED IN BUILDING 
WOMAN REPORTS KIDNAPPING 

BLACKwELDER, JO ANN NOBLITT IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BLACKWELOER, MIKE I UNC-CH SUPERVISOR OF CONSTRUCTION! 
UNC SUSPENDS VICE CHANCELLOR 

UNC VICE Chancellor suspended for month 

°'"*'*?ltfc'PoistRAYS LIFE of first FEHALE PHYSICIAN 

BLACKWELLi GERALD IHEBANEI 
HAN IS STABBED 

BLACKWELLi JESSIE IMYRTLE BEACH, S. C . 1 

6? YEAJts LATER. ThESE women AS £ jTILL MIRROR-IMAGE TWINS 

BLACKWELL, JUANITA ILEIANOI 

GIRL RESCUES TkO CHILDREN 



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BKCnuIDOw, OEQUGf (MRITERI 
i(«B sro«Y PICTURES UNL 



BL*NCH>nO, iUBREY G. SR. (BUBLINGT3NI 
ABOLISH INVENTORY TAX 



OBIT 



BLiNOi M«Rr EMM* (SHALLOTTEI 

LAKSUIT CHALLENGES CUTOFFS IN MEDICAID 

BLAND. SHEILA ( BETHEL I 



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L Y 
DATE C PG L P BYL 



BLACKUELL. RANDY ALLEN 

TEEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 5 2 b/02/Si A 3 

BLACKMELL. RUFUS 

COUPLE IS HOSPITALIZED AFTER TWO-CAR COLLISION H 2 7/22/83 B 1 



S 2 6/20/83 A 3 N C05 



= ""REtb'N?lli^*5^P&6vtg-&fF^5L"r5iTr"^-' 

FEDERAL AID FOR COMMUTERS WOULD AID DURHAM STUDENTS S 2 8/13/83 A 1 N C05 

BLACKWOOD. CHARLES 

§gfBi 8g?r^s^?EWs";88'sgi[]eTis^j ASSAULT s I mm ? i ^^iii 

BLACKWOOD. QONNIE (CARRBOftO) 



H 2 5/05/83 A e 
S 2 11/28/93 C 10 



BLACKWOOD, G. D. ISTATF HIGHWAY PATROLl 

fROOPER KILLS ARMED MAN .-,.. - 

NAACP SEEKS FBI PROBE OF SHOOTING H 2 12/02/83 B 

FBI TO PROBE FATAL SHOOTING BY PATROLMAN H 2 12/03/83 A 1 9 N 

NAACP CHAPTER CALLS FOR TROOPER TO RESIGN H 2 12/10/83 A 5 N 

PRELIMINARY PROBE CLEARS POLICEMAN H 2 12/15/83 A 17 N 

BLACKWOOD. G. STEVE (N.C. NATIONAL CUARDI 

2 DURHAM RESIDENTS LEAD IN GUARD GROUPS 

BLACKWOOD. JDBy C, 

PAnEl votes to DENY 2 REZONING REOUESTS 

BLACKHOOC. LFONA HERNDON IDECEASEDI 



S 2 5/10/83 A 1 1 P N 

H 2 10/05/83 B 1 P N S51 

H 2 9/13/83 B 9 



IKELY S' Y ON DANGEROUS MISSION H 2 '>/i'>/Bi 3 P U H^iS 

BLAHA, DAVID 

DURHAM 'VULNERABLE' TO TOXIC SPILLS S 2 6/09/83 C I N K90 



H 2 5/29/B3 3 P U H45 



PUBLISHER'S STANDARDS REMAIN ^ICH S 2 6/02/B3 B 5 U J50 

BLAKE, BESSIE OORRITY ICARRBOROI 

OBITUARY H 2 8/28/83 B 2 

OBITUARY H 2 8/29/83 A 9 

BLAKE, EDWARD RAY IHUNTINGTON, W.VA.) 

DEPUTY. RESERVE OFFICER CHARGEO WITH MURDER IN N.C. MAN'S DEATH H 2 10/26/83 A 6 N 

BLAKE, JOHN 0. MRS. ICARRBOROI 

OBITUARY H 2 11/25/83 C 3 

BLAKE. KING CHARLES (BALTIMORE. MO. I 

FORMER RESIDENT IS SHOT S 2 11/23/93 C 1 N 

OFFICER SHOOTS EX-RESIDENT H 2 11/24/83 A 6 N 

BLAKE* LAftflY 

FINDING BLAKE SUCCESSOR NO E AJ Y TASK FOR GROUP S 2 1/03/83 A 4 E 

PHILLIPS 5ay5 hE hKl pur5ue Increase in state sales tax h 2 t/26/83 aid n 

BLAKE. THELMA 

BFIBUT LOSSES TRAGIC S 2 10/27/83 A <r L 

BLAKELEY. JOHNSTON CAPT. IMAVAL HEROI 

N.C. HELPED DAUGHTER OF HERO rfHO WAS LOST AT SEA 5 2 './29/83 C 7 U 

BLAKEMOkE, JOHN ALBERT (CHARLOTTE I 

n-Y6AR-0L0 IS CHARGED WITH 3 KILLINGS H 2 1/30/63 A 4 N 

BLAKEMORE, PATRICIA JANE ICHARLOTTil 

17-YEAR-OLD IS CHARGED WITH 3 KILLINGS H 2 1/30/83 A 4 N 

BLAKESLEE, SARAH IPAINTERl 

EXHIBIT BRINGS PAINTER OVERDUE APPRECIATIC 

BLAKEY, VICTOR IRALEIGHI 

TRIO Charged uIth robbery of restaurant 

3 FACE CHARGES IN RESTAURANT HOLOUP 

JOAN 
TUARY 

KERRY 
IMBERLAKEMAN'ChARGEO with STABBING OF HIS SON 

BLALOCK, SALLY (ROUGEMONT) 
CITIZENSHIP AWARDS 

BLALOCK, T. T. (SHERIFF'S DEPUTYI 

ELDERLY OFTEN MORE VULNERABLE TO CRIME S 2 5/28/83 A 3 N F30 

DURHAM BELOW NATIONAL AVERAGE FOR CAR THEFTS S 2 8/13/83 A 3 N F30 



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S 2 


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6/06/83 B 


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H 2 


12/22/83 B 


1 


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S 2 5/04/83 A 7 P P M66 



BLALOCK. „2Fa JACKSON (TIMnFRLAKEI 

TIMBERCakE mIn CHARGED WITH STABBING OF HIS SON H 2 12/22/83 B 1 

BLANCAS, HOMERO 

BLANCAS PLANS EXHIBITION FOR ILASSIC H 2 5/08/83 B 7 



H 2 2/19/83 A 



BLANCHARO. JOANNE (SANFQRD) 

SUIT FILED AGAINST LEE COUNTY H 3 3/18/83 B 1 

BLAND. ANNIE LOU (SHALLQTTEI 

LAWSUIT CHALLENGES CUTOFFS IN MEDICAID H 2 10/23/33 B 1 

BLAND, BUNNY MASSEY (DECEASEOI 
(3BITUARY 

BLANO, CINOV S. (CHATHAM CO. I 
LEGISLATIVE CLERK CHOSEN 

BLANO, ESTHER SPELL IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BLANO. LESSIE BOWDEN ICARRBOROI 



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rua FOUND SLAIN AT CLEANING FI RH 



3LANK SERVES 3EANS. 'BURDEN OF DREAMS" 

LES BLANK'S FIL-S CELEBRATE LIFE 

THIS 'BURDEN' EASY TO BEAR 

FILMMAKER: HIS LATEST MORK IS ABOUT ZANYt OARING COLLEAGUE 

BLANKENSHIP, ANTHONY RAY 

MURDER SUSPECTS SURRENDER 

BLANKENSHIP, TONY RAY lUILKES CO. I 
TEEN TO BE TRIED AS ADULT 

BLANTON, BERTHA IftOUGEMONTI 
PATIENT SAYS THANKS 

BLANTON, CHARLES DEwEY JR. IMALLACEl 
CAR HITS SMEEPER; ONE MAN KILLED 

1 PERSON DIES IN WRECK; MALLa:£ MAN IS CHARGED 
CHARGE ADDED 

E L£. ..■■^, 
.C. MAN SUR 

*" " OUiIe official named DEAN AT OlRTrlOUTH 

BLAZER, DAN G. OR. 

PIEDMONT HEALTH SURVEY USEFUL 

hFRE'S few tips on how TO FALL ASLEEEE 2-Z-Z-Z 

DEPRESSION HAS ITS AGES. STAGES 

^""^'"fn^lE'tHARGED WITH VIOLATING FIRE COOES 

BLEDSOE, RAnDy 

MAN INJURED IN DUPLEX FIRE 

OUPLE« FIRE LEAVES DURHAM MAN BURNEO 

BLEECkER. GARY 

CYCLIST LEADS POLICE ON CHASE 

BlEVINS, CHARLES LLOYD IROARING R IV ER I 

THREE WILKES MEN FACE MARIJUAMA CHARGES 

BLEVINS. hOLLIE IGREENSBQROI 

hollie and her sno cone cart 

^^^'■aUpSi^vtEk iBir '"'^^^°'" ^•^•' 

BLEVINS, PAUL ARVIN IROARING RIVERI 

ThISeE WILKES MEN FACE MARIJUANA CHARGES 

"■'"IlItJer'^nlightens Duke frients on Smithsonian 
humanities center 'to stay on course' 

BLOCK, NORMAN E. ICHAPEL HILLI 

CONDOMINIUM SALES llMtO AT 5TJ0ENTS 

"" "Ingram Charges legislator harassing his department 

"loomer, bill j. 

BrItISh ignored The law of LOVE 
WHO watches the FBI? 

BLOUNT, ARNETTA BETTS BECKUITH IAlFXANORIA, VA.I 
OBITUARY 

BLOUNT. ROY EUGENE ILEXINGTONI 

CAR FRAUD CHARGES ARE FILED 

BLOUNT, TINNIE MAE lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

'^"^•HlS8?lsiK^?5fE"inLi°S5^SP?i DEATH 
BLUE, DANIEL JR. IREP.I 



hn-i 



RESEARCH, RESEARCH 

BLUE, HERBERT CLIFTON lABERQEENl 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES hSnOP SANF3R0, b OTHEkS 

BLUM, HAROLD 0». INEW YORK UN I V . 1 

PROF: FAMILY ATTITUDES COMPLItATE ADOPTION 
ADOPTIVE PARENTS CAN HAVE EMOTIONAL WOES 

BLUMENThAL, JAMES DR. I DUKE OEPT. OF PSYCHIATRYI 

OUKt study: AEROBIC EXERCISE IMPROVES MENTAL WELL-BEING 

EXERCISE GOOD FOR MIND, TOO 

PROGRAM HELPS HEART PATIENTS :aIN WILLPOWER 

SECOND HEART ATTACK RISK TARGETED 



bobbit, frank james 
obituary 

8qbbitt, edith 

the music fans 

bobbitt, m. g. "oaooy rabbit" 

caring community eases family's grief 

bobbitt, nellie james 
qbItuaSy 

bobq, chester arthur ichapel hlll tailorl , ,^ ,^ ^ 

bobo the magic sewer: chapel hill tailor has loyal clientele 



BOODie, GRACE C 



RETIRES FROM RTI 



BODE, JOHN (U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTJREI 

NUTRITION PROGRAM CHANGES DRAW DURHAM COMPLAINTS 

ISN'T IT WONDERFUL? THE BUREAJCRATS ARE SAVING US MONEY 

THE BUREAUCRATS EARN THEIR PAY WITH SAVINGS 



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9/21/83 


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11/16/83 


A 


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S 2 


3/23/83 
3/23/H3 
3/2B/83 


B 
A 
A 


I 

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5 




N 
N 
N 




H 2 


6/12/83 


c 


10 




N 




H 2 


5/01/83 


A 


2<. 




N 




H 2 

H 2 
S 2 


6/07/83 
a/U/B3 
11/09/63 


A 
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c 


5 
1 
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P 


L 

F 

F 


B30 

J06 


H 2 


6/25/83 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 
S 2 


3/06/83 
3/07/83 


A 
A 


9 
6 








H 2 


7/28/83 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/28/83 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


7/17/83 





2 


P 


P 


'ibb 


H 2 


6/02/83 


A 


13 




N 




H 2 


5/28/83 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 

H 2 


3/20/83 
<t/25/B3 




a 


3 

1 


P 


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H^5 


H 2 


7/28/83 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


<./28/83 


B 


5 




H 




H 2 
H 2 


a/1 1/83 

10/20/83 


A 
A 






L 
L 




H 2 


3/17/83 


C 


19 




Q 




H 2 


9/01/63 


C 


22 




N 




H 2 


3/02/83 


A 


1 1 









H 2 


12/21/83 


A 


1 




N 




H 1 


6/0'./S3 


B 


1 


P 


P 




H 2 


5/18/83 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 
S 2 


10/09/83 
10/10/83 


B 

C 


10 
1 




N 


B30 
J56 


S 2 

H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


2/04/83 

2/07/63 

10/19/83 

10/20/83 


A 
A 
C 
A 


'J 

1 

17 




N 
N 
N 




H 2 


10/02/83 


B 


12 


P 


P 


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<,/29/83 





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1/07/83 


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'./27/83 


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1/21/63 


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1/31/83 


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5/21/83 


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Nit 


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9/22/83 


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10/31/83 
11/08/83 
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BOCER, GILBEOI L. ISENATORI 

SOGER HILL SEEK TOP STATE GOP POST 
GOP CANDIDATE LOOKING TO ■ 8<. 
N.C. GOP HAS CHOICE: MONET OR PEOPLE? 
REPUBLICANS SPLIT OVER LEADERSHIP 
GOP RE-ELECTS FLAHERTY; DESPITE LOSS. 



MODERATES CALL FOR UNITY 



H 2 10/09/fl3 3 P U H<.5 

H 2 7/19/83 A <. L 

S 2 6/22/fl3 C 1 N K90 



H 2 1/05/S3 B 5 N 

H 2 4/01/83 C 5 N 

S 2 5/04/83 A 4 L 

H 2 5/21/83 A 1 P N 

H 2 5/22/83 A 1 N 



BOARD AGAINST AUDIT PROPOSAL 

BOLOENt JAMES LEON ILOUISBURGI 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

BULDEN, LILLIE JUANITA I N ILLSBOROUG HI 
OBITUARY 



BOLICKt SANDY HOYLE 

JALUVKA, AOAMS HIN awards IN =RESS WOMEN COMPETITION 
HERALD WRITER GETS POSITION 

"ANGEL" OK IN KINDERGARTEN, BUT MOM'S A DIFFERENT STORY 
WHAT'S THAT LAST ITEM? 



BOLITHO, THOMAS E. "TIM" (HAINES CITY, 
OBfTUARY 



FLA. I 



BOLLINGER, STEVEN L 
NO LAW, NO JUS 



TICE WITHOUT GOO 



BOLLINGER 



CHURJh, Civic LEJOER OlEsi FU>4ERAL THURSDAY 

BOLLINGER, Church, community leader 



BOLOGNESI, OanI or. 
PEOPLE AND WHA 



T THEY'RE DOING: DOCTOR TO SERVE ON LEUKEMIA BOARD 



BOLTON, HELEN KERR IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



IN.C. MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. I 



BOLTON, JAMES T, II 
BOLTON CHOSEN 

BOLTON, MARY JO IWAKE CO. I 

TRIAL OF DOCTOR MOVED TO DURHAM 
DOCTOR'S TRIAL MOVES TO DURHAM COURT 

BOLTON, PAUL BRUTON IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BQKBERC, JAYNE 

HER STYLE IS TILE 

BONAPARTE, CORNELL 

JUDGE DHA BY TODAY'S WORK 
HOUSING PROBLEMS NEED DISCUSSION 

BQNAVENTURA, CELIA 

DISCOVERY PERMITS ARTIFICIAL ^UMAN GILLS 

DUKE'S IN THE Swim— LITERALLY 

DUKE RESEARCHERS EXCEL 

ARTIFICIAL GILLS MAY HAVE REC'EATIONAL USE 

BONAVENIURA, JOSEPH OR. 

DISCOVERY PERMITS ARTIFICIAL HUMAN GILLS 

DUKE'S IN THE SwfM--LITERALLY 

DUKE RESEARCHERS EXCEL 

ARTIFICIAL GILLS MAY HAVE RECREATIONAL USE 

BONO, CARRIE JACOBS (COMPOSER) 
PRESIDENTS LIKED HER SONGS 

BOND, FRED G. (RALEIGHI , 

IMPROVED LEAF SOUGHT 

BOND, GEORGE F. SR. DR. ICHARLOTTEl 

MAN KNOWN FOR UNDERWATER RESEARCH DIES IN CHARLOTTE 



BONDURANT, ROBERT CARL (MOUNT AIRYI 

N.C. SUPREME COURT REMOVES KIVETT FOR MISCONDUCT 

BQNDURINT, STUART 

UNC |5EAN says pay freeze HURT MEDICAL SCHOOL 
DEAN: NO MD SURPLUS IN N.C. 

UNC MEDICAL COURSE STUDI ED — CH ANGES POSSIBLE 
THREE UNC DEANS GIVEN NEW TER1S 



BONDY 



?H{t 



AN 

F GETS 'TWO LIFETIMES' WC» TH OF TOOLS' 



BONE, ALLAN I DUKE MUSIC PROF. I 

ALLAN BONE TO CONDUCT LAST CONCERT 
BONE TAKES LAST BOW 
ENJOYING THE AFTERMATH 

BONEY, DOUGLAS G. 

2 CHARCEO IN DEATH OF FISHER 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN FISHER MURDER 
3RD MAN HELD IN FISHER DEATH 

3 FACE CHARGES IN FISHER SLAYING 

BONEY, HOWARD 17TH DISTRICT ATTORNEY) 

CiSTRICT ATTORNEY IS PLANNING TO RUN FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL 



BONNER, IDOIE I,, ICLEVELANO CO.) 
_ _ __- .J CLEVELAND CC - 

BONNER, OCTAVIUS 8LANCHAR0 DR. IDAYTONA BEACH, FLA. I 



--. EDDIE L. 

JUDGE ORDERS CLEVELAND COUNTY MAGISTRATE FIRED 



S 2 3/15/83 B 1 
H 2 4/06/83 A 9 



H I 1/12/83 C 1 
H 2 9/01/S3 C 14 
H 2 8/26/83 A 5 



N 

n W24 

N 




S 2 4/25/63 A 1 P N 

H 2 4/28/83 C 7 N 

S 2 8/27/83 A 3 F B46 

S 2 12/31/83 A 1 N 



H 2 8/30/83 A 9 
H 2 12/30/83 A 4 L 



S 2 10/25/83 C 3 P 
H 2 10/26/83 C 7 



H 2 12/22/83 C 12 P N 

S 2 4/20/93 D 1 N 

H 2 3/25/83 CIO 

S 2 3/11/83 A 2 N 

H 2 1/06/83 A 6 N 

S 2 1/06/93 A 5 N 

H 2 11/16/83 B 10 

H 2 1/16/83 E 1 P F S56 



S 2 3/07/93 A 4 L 
S 2 3/10/83 A 4 L 



S 2 11/09/93 A 1 P N C05 

H 2 U/14/B3 A 4 E 

S 2 11/14/83 A 4 E 

S 2 11/17/83 A 1 P N C05 



S 2 ll/O'/SJ A 1 P N C05 

H 2 11/14/93 A 4 E 

S 2 11/14/63 A 4 E 

S 2 11/17/83 A 1 P N COS 



H 2 2/19/93 A 4 

H 2 3/10/83 8 4 

H 2 1/04/93 B 5 

H 2 2/17/93 A 21 

H 2 12/07/83 A 1 



H 2 1/29/83 B 1 

H 2 2/20/83 C 1 

H 2 5/07/93 B 1 

H 2 6/30/93 C 9 



S 2 1/21/83 A 



N B30 
N 



S 2 2/09/93 C 16 N 

S 2 2/10/83 1 P F 871 

S 2 2/U/83 C 1 P P R91 



S 2 6/15/83 A 1 N L38 

H 2 6/16/83 A 1 N 

S 2 6/16/83 C 1 N 

H 2 6/17/83 B 1 N 



H 2 2/04/93 A 12 N 
H 2 5/26/83 B 5 N 



Lr/ANNU«L INDEI BY NAMES '''"if,,^^ 

1/01/03 - U/31/B3 1/17/84 



5 ' f 

N E Sly 

P DATE C PC L P BYL 

OBITUARY H Z a/02/83 B 7 

BONNEJT.^NC J^^^^ PASSION; AFTER BACKING OFF THROTTLE. BONNETT'S ON KI&HT TRAC H 2 3/05/83 B 2 P F 591 

eONNETT, SNEVA ROAR INTO VICT3RY LANE: PILE-uP GIVES BONNETT EDGE... H 2 5/30/83 82 N 591 

BONNETT DISCOVERS HIS MISSION NOT IMPOSSIBLE IN xORLD 600 H 2 5/3r)/83 B 5 N S91 

flONNETT'S RACE-RECORD RUN iJUMP S LABONTE FROM POLE H 2 9/03/83 D 1 P N S9I 

SPORTSMAN TRIUMPH PUTS BONNETT ON RIGHT TRACK H 2 9/05/83 B 2 N 591 

ROCKINGHAM POLE GOES TO BONNETT H 2 10/21/33 C 1 P N S91 

RnnnFR tJ R RFV 

pisToR OF Churches in granville. person h 2 ii/2<./83 c 17 o 

BOONE, DANIEL IBAKERSVILLEl , ,,,,,., , 

FOUR DIE IN N.C. ACCIDENTS H 2 3/13/83 C I N 

BOONE. EDWARD IFRANKLIN CO.) , ,,„,,,- 

HOSPITAL TRUSTEES ELECT BOONE H I 2/0'./83 6 I N 

aOONE. JOHN ICARRBORO ALOERMANl _. , „,,,, = , o , 

ALDFRMAN SEEKS MAYOR'S OFFICE H 3 9/1^/83 B 1 N 

THREE FILE AS CANDIDATES IN T3WN BOARD ELECTIONS H 3 9/17/83 a 1 N H36 

CITIZENS SHOULD GET INVOLVED, CANDIDATES SAY H 3 10/27/33 B I N H9g 

CANDIDATES IN CARRBORO ELECTIONS EXPRESS VIEHS 5 2 11/05/83 A3 N H9a 

CAftRBORO Campaign: slate vs. independents H 2 II/O6/83 2 P F h90 

SHEFFIELD. PORTO WIN MAJOR'S JacIsT THREE ENDORSED BY ASSOCIATION WIN... H 3 U/09/83 8 I P N H90 

CARRBORO VOTERS ELECT PORTO MAYOR S 2 U/09/83 A * N "'" 

TOWNHOUSE RULING TO BE CHALLENGED H 3 12/l'./83 B 1 P N H90 

BOONE. MARTIN W. _ , c/w/fl-j a ^ i 

AORROW VIEW DECRIED 5 2 5/l'./33 A 4 L 

°°°'*^dH!!'?EL MiLL'^riBRiR^'oFFERS BASIC THINGS FOR PATRONS H 2 12/18/33 D 3 P U H45 

°°°'"hELPING^CITY'S VOTERS IS PART OF HER THERAPY S 2 7/13/83 CI N C05 



N 



BOOTH, RACHEL ZONELLE I DUKE U. SCHOOL OF NURSING) in/nA/ai . > c 

DUKE PICKS MARYLAND OFFICIAL FOR NURSING POSTS H 2 10/06/83 A 2 4 

BOOTH, ROBERT H, "BOB" ^ , o/n^/ai n ^ T r r^^ 

SEPTEMBER INSIGHT " 2 9/04/33 5 T J G33 

BOOTH, SPURGEON (REALTORI ,, , , c,,,,o, , , „ rx7 

JuRHAM DEMAND HIGH FOR S I NGL E- FAM I LY HOMES S 2 5/31/83 A 1 >* JH 

HOME SALES REMAIN STEADY S 2 10/27/83 CI N C60 

°°"^^2\oTERS*'GRauPs'GO TO COURT T: GET ELECTIONS BOARD TAPE H 2 5/02/83 A 1 N S|l 

DURHAM DEMOCRATS LOOK TO ELECTIONS. GOALS S 2 5/02/83 CI N S83 

BOROEAUX. MARIETTA HALL lOECEASEOI „ , ,,„-,/=■> b 7 n 

OBITUARY " 2 3/07/83 B 7 

BORDEN, F. J. IDURHAM PSOl ^ , ,,,,o,., , , „ 

MAN COAXED FROM JUMP OFF WALKJAY » 2 12/18/83 C 1 N 

BOREN, JAMES (SINPSONylLLE, KY.) , „ „ ^,„ .^ ,^^ , , ,,,n/aj » i N 

80NE-MARR0W TRANSPLANT MAY SAVE BABY GIRL'S LIFE S 2 3/10/33 A 1 N 

TRANSPLANT: 7-MONTH-OLO GIRL TO RECEIVE BONE MARROW FROM FATHER H 2 3/11/83 B I N H24 

BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANT ON BABY GIRL IS FINISHED S 2 3/12/83 A 1 N 

"""^''a^i^ilRHSi tSlKl^e^X^itl; llvt BABY GIRL'S LIFE ^^^ S2 3/10/83. 1 N 

TRANSPLANT: 7-MONTH-OLD GIRL TO RECEIVE BONE MARROW FROM FATHER H 2 3/11/33 B 1 N W24 

BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANT ON BABY GIRL IS FINISHED S 2 3/12/83 A 1 N 

Anfir R IRAN 

'first U.S. EXHIBITION FOR BORS IN CHARLOTTE " 2 1/25/83 B 3 N 

"""^'SkltuAjY-'"*^ ""■'-'^ lOECEASEOI „ 3 3/08/83 B 5 

BOSEMAN, OUN (MARINE WHO GUARDS PR?SI0ENT REAGAN) ,/5c/ni r 1 F 

N.C. NATIVE LIKES GUAROInS REaSaN S 2 3/25/33 C 3 F 

°°^''0BITu2r?'" "^""'^'- ""■'■' H 2 12/08/83 C 16 

^^^^-Akm^pinARIig^SIff^N^S"'""' S 2 6/10/83 C 1 P f L38 

^''^'•ni'^n^ciiiFNns H 2 3/20/83 E 14 P P C56 

ihg C0i?S8J IS WORKSHOP FOCUS I I 4/30/83 ' 3 " N F30 

DRY WEATHER IS HURTING DURHAM PROOyCE . .^ „„ I, in/ll/Bl ? 11 P N 

DURHAM COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD H 2 10/13/83 C 13 P N 

°°^"^);E°CliaSD THINS our as race winds down H 2 4/24/83 B 1 P P S76 

BOSWORTH, BARRY laROOKlNGS INSTITUTION, WA SH I NGTON, 0. C . 1 fc/ltl/Bi n 10 F L41 

productivity: CAN AMERICAN PRODUCTIVITY BE INCREASED BY THE WAY... H 2 6/19/83 D 10 1- CI 

""""Sn; U\(iniHlii TESTING DRUG TO HELP CYSTIC FIBROSIS S 2 5/04/83 C 1 N M23 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS YIELDS ONE ANSWER " 2 9/09/B3 A ij n 

= °'^°''!t"?Soi"l5iiU-ci5Sf?'?!c^°ciTA FUNDS CHARGES 5 2 7/25/83 A IN 

11 INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROBE " 2 7/26/83 A 1 i- N 

BOULTON, DONALD A. , „, c 3 1/n7/H1 A 1 N 

SBI AGENTS FINISH PROBE OF UNC DEAN „„„,.,, I I i/Sr/bi a n Bit 

UNC VICE CHANCELLOR ISSUES APOLOGY, EXPLANATION ON FLOORING S 2 1/08/83 A N 846 

ORANGE DA REVIEWS PROBE ABOUT FLOORING 5 2 f/ll/" A 1 ^ »'•'' 

DA STUDYING SBI'S REPORT ON U>l C DEAN » 2 l/lf/" 2 , ^ 

DECISION IN LINOLEUM CASE T0,9E ANNOUNCED TODAY » f K?KS^ J N 146 

UNC SUSPENDS VICE CHANCELLOR 5 2 1/31/" » ) p n lit 

UNC VICE CHANCELLOR SUSPENDED FOR MONTH H 2 2/01/83 A 1 P N B46 

PUNISHMENT FITS CASE , „ ^ . i l J/ig/RI r 1 N B46 

CHEERS, JEERS AND YUKS FOR DAILY TAR 'HEAL' » 2 2/19/83 CI N B46 

BQULWARE, C. ELWOOO DR. c , l/?^/fll f I N 

BOULwARE HEADS DRIVE | f .KfS^f? V ! m ,„, 

HELMS' PLAN GETS NEGATIVE REACTION S 2 l/||/|| » ! p p C19 

THE 'DREAM' PLUS 20 " ^ 8/28/83 1 P 1- Ll'» 

^'''°"?ia"?nni arr?N'F'5iSiJt!;!'??u . « 1 12/09/33 b 1 n 

aOWOEN TO TAKE DUKE JOB 5 2 1/20/83 B 2 N 
BOWE, JESS J. 



NTHLr/ANNUAL 
I/OT/UJ 



NAMES 



■t5f7/II 



S MEOICA 10 SUSPENSION 



DUKE OFFICIAL RAPS MATER RATE PLAN 

BOHEN, aETTV PRICE (LONG BEACHI 
OBITUARY 

BOUENi LAmRENCE (PINKERTQN SECURITY I 
HURRAH FOR 'aRAINSTORM' 

BOMENS, H, CURTIS 

COURT UPHQLOS DENTIST' 

BOWENS. NANCr THOMPSON 

5 NAMED TO SELfCTION PANELS 

OEAOLINE NE4RS FOR COUNCIL SEAT 

SEAT SEEKERS FAVOR CIVIC CENTER 

COUNCIL CANDIDATES INTERVIEWED 

COUNCIL HOPEFULS DISCUSS CITY'S GROWTH 

HOyARO CLEMENT NAMED TO COUNCIL SEAT 



aOUERS. KEVIN DR. 

DUKE COMPUTER CAMP STRESSES ACADEMICS 

BOWERS. MARGARET M. "DIANA- 
NEW CITY MANAGER 
EVALUATIONS PLANNED 

BOWERSt RUBIN ICHARLOTTEI 

DRUNKEN DRIVER CHAISGEO WITH DEATH BY VEHICLE 

BOWIE) JAMES D. DR. (DUKE MEDICAL CENTERI 

'CONFUSING' HEADLINE UNFAIR J1 ULTRASOUND 



BOWIE, LOylSI 



BOWLE 



OMPETENT VETERINARIAN 



oJuG CHARGES fIlEO 



ONI 
FOLLOWING FATAL FIRE 



BOWLES] HARGROVE "SKIPPER" 

m5. CARRINGTON, aowLESf FOSCUi RECEIVE AWARDS 
3 GET UNC AWARDS 

BOWLES, VICTOR PRATT lUNC-CH BUDGET OFFICER) 
fOuR EMPLOYEES OF UNC SALUTED 

BOWLING, CHESTER 

ACT OF GENEROSITY 

BOWLING, CHESTER PLEASANT IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



ING, JOSEPH C. JR 
BBB IS COMMUNITY 



. IBETTER BUSINESS BUREAUI 
WATCHDOG 



BOWLING, JOSEPH JUNIOR III 

TWO DURHAM MEN ARE TREATED FOLLOWING SHOOTINGS LAST NIGHT 

POLICE ARREST « MEN ON BURGLARY CHARGES 

<, DURHAM MEN ARRESTED IN 2-COJNTY INVESTIGATION 

BOWLING, NANZIE 
OBITUARY 

BOWLING, MITZI C. 

MOONEYHAM ADS ARE PROPAGANDA 

BOWLING, RAYMOND 

1 BANISHED, 1 GETS TERM IN CASES INVOLVING CHARGES OF PROSTITUTION 

BOWMAN, STEVEN WAYNE IDECEASEDI 

aOWRON, EDGAR PETERS 

WHERE WILL WE PUT THE ART? 

'VESUVIUS' EXPLODES ON ART SCrNE IN EUROPEAN GALLERIES 

BOWSER. ARTHUR F. 

LImPOONERy a boost to SOVIETS 
LETTER TO EDITOR WAS 'AMAZING' 



BOWSER, CHARLES 

DEVILISH flME IN MUHI 



SOX, KLAY 

INDUCTED 

80YCE, JIMMY CLINTON (CHARLOTTEI 
'BIG SIX' FUGITIVE ARRESTED 
ESCAPEE ADDED TO 'BIG SIX' LIST 

BOVCE, STEPHEN G. DR. 

DUKE PROFESSOR GETS AWARD FOR FOREST WORK 

BOYD, ARTHUR MARTIN JR. (MOUNT A I RY I 
N.C. MAN SENTENCED TO DEATH 

BOYD, BERNARD HENRY DR. 
A SCHOLAR'S LEGACY 

BOYD. GREGORY IPLAYMAKERS REPERTORY CO. I 
PLAYMAKERS TO TRY 'FESTIVAL' =ORMAT 

BOYO. LARRY 

HAYNES, BOYO BLISTER HILLANDALE 

CHIPPING UP 

BOYO STAYS HOT, CHAPMAN GETS HOT AS QUALIFYING ENDS 

BOYD COASTS TO H-S MEDAL 



BOYO, PHILLIP EUGENE 1 5 74 LIBERTY 
MAN CHARGED IN LAST WEEK'S R 



S T. I 
OBBERY OF RESTAURANT 



BOYO. RICHARD C. lATTORNEYI 

THREE MORE CANDIDATES SEEK SEATS ON DURHAM CITY COUNCIL 

J MORE JOIN COUNCIL RACE 

CANDIDATES AGREE ON HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

FUTURE OF CENTER PROJECT CONCERNS COUNCIL HOPEFULS 

VOTE TO CHOOSE COUNCIL FINALISTS 

CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRI'^ARIES 

CHALLENGERS LEAD INCUMBENTS It CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY 

SCHOOL BOARD WINNERS DESERVE CONGRATULATIONS 

BLACK GROUP FLEXES MUSCLES IN DURHAM COUNCIL RACE 

LABOR ORGANIZATION SUPPORTS MIRKHAM AND SIX NEWCOMERS 

RICHARD 'DICK' BOYD ON PROTECTING C IMPROVING DURHAM'S NEIGHBORHOODS 



S 1 T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

S 2 6/l6/fl3 C I N K90 

H 2 3/02/93 All 

H 2 10/05/83 A 4 L 

H 2 6/25/83 a I N 



H 2 <./21/83 B I 

S 2 ',/21/83 A 12 

H 2 <./28/83 A 1 

H 2 5/l'./83 A 1 

S 2 5/l<./83 A 3 



N 

N S51 

N S51 

- _ ---.-_ _ N K90 

H 2 5/17/83 A 1 P N S51 

H 2 U/18/83 A 12 D 

S 2 6/16/83 C 1 P F C05 

S 2 3/01/93 C I P P M66 
S 2 5/17/83 A 3 N 

S 2 12/2'./83 A 1<, N 

S 2 <,/21/83 A ". L 

H 2 12/28/83 A 5 L 

H 1 i,/13/83 B 1 N 



H 3 11/1 1/93 a 1 P N 
S 2 11/11/83 A 3 N 



H 2 <./26/83 a 1 

H 2 2/07/83 A 4 

H 2 U/17/83 A 18 

S 2 3/18/83 A 4 



S 2 8/20/93 A 3 
S 2 8/25/83 A 1 
H 2 a/26/83 A 11 



H 2 1/23/83 C 4 

H 2 8/06/83 A 4 

H 2 12/08/83 D 5 

H 2 12/30/83 A 10 



N F30 
N AS*. 



N 582 





9/15/93 <, P F B71 



H 2 8/26/83 A <, T L 
H 2 9/05/83 A 5 L 



H 2 8/19/83 CI U D71 
S 2 7/22/83 A 5 P P K30 



H 2 8/10/83 B 14 
H 2 9/23/93 C 7 



S 2 12/29/83 A 3 N 

H 2 3/24/83 A 22 N 

H 2 5/17/83 A 5 U 

H 2 9/05/83 6 P N 



H 2 7/04/83 B 2 P N P07 

H 2 7/05/83 A 1 P P S76 

H 2 7/05/83 B 2 P N P07 

S 2 7/05/83 B 2 P N F25 



H 2 11/12/83 a I 



S 2 9/09/83 A 1 P N K9D 

H 2 9/10/83 A I P N S51 

H 2 10/05/83 B I N A54 

S 2 10/08/93 A 3 N K90 

H 2 10/09/83 A 1 N S51 

H 2 10/09/83 2 P F 

S 2 10/10/83 A 7 N 

H 2 10/12/83 A 1 N S51 

H 2 10/12/83 A 4 E 

S 2 10/12/83 A 1 P N K90 

H 2 10/25/93 a 9 N 

H 2 10/28/83 A 6 P A 



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SENIOR CROuP 6NO0PSES CiNDIOarES IN CITY RACES 

ricmapo •oich" ioyd cn cohnton development 

ricmaso "dick" ?oyd on crime ind lokic hastes 

ricmapo "dick- boyd on pocket^ook issues 

Candidates cifeer on utility issue 

mmaT have they done for ourha^ ? 

barbs aimed in candidates' fo' um 

sarss are tmrohn at city candidates' forum 

<i groups neutral in mayoral race 

taxes. presesvation issues in uasd 2 

l". seeking posts in durham races 

richaro "dick" boyd for city iduncil ward 2 

VOTERS skEep Out five councilmen 

ELECTION GIVES DURHAM MORE LI3ERAL CITY COUNCIL 
6 NEWCOMERS ELECTED TO CITY C3UNCIL SEATS 
COUNCIL LIKELY TO ADDRESS POC<ETBOOK ISSUES SOON 
SPAULOING OUTSPENOS MARKHAM 11 BID TO BE DURHAM'S MAYOR 
MAYORAL CONTEST TOPPED SPENDING 
COUNCIL TRIMS MAYOR'S POmERS 

BOYOt RUTH 

RETIRING Tax collector LETS PUBLIC VENT kRaTh 

BOYESi LAURA ORAMN (JAKEI 

dlothes artist creates wearaa. e treasures 

bqyette, furnie lee i kenansv i lie i . , ,,„ 
kEnanSvillc Farmer cited For .onservation 

aOYKiN, LEF OTIS 

MAN HELD IN BREAK-IN 

'"""^dAKYlR^RECOHMENOEO FOR FEDERAL JUDGESHIP 

BOVLEt i^ILLIAM J. 

BAil SAYS ATTORNEY TOOK TEST F] R STUDENT 

BRAAT2. DAVID A. IHUNTERSylLLEl 

LtbERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE: NO INTERVENTIONS 

BRAOOOCK, JI"MY UNCI 

BBACOOCK'S 3-POINT eye HALTS (NIGHTS 

•LITTLE BITTY THINGS' UNC'S BANE DURING SLIDE 

BRAOFFORO, JAMES EQ«ARD ISANFQRQI ,, 

ICE, SNOM CAUSE sanfOro Fatality 

BRAOFORDi DAVID IGASTONIAI 

TWO TAR HEELS DROWN IN LAKE AT KENTUCKY 

BRADLEY, ARTHUR A. "PETE" 1ME3ANEI 

FORMER MEBANE OFFICIAL, ARTHU! A. BRADLEY, DIES 

BRADLEY, OAVID G. (DUKE RELIGION PROFESSORI 
RELIGIOUS LIFE IS THRIVING AT DUKE 

BRADLEY, DUDLEY 

UNC stars TRIUMPH 

BRADLEY, ERSKINE M. IGREENSBOROI 

LITTLE LOVE GOES A LONG HAY HERE 
MCDONALD HOUSE SERVES MANY FAMILIES 

BRADLEY, GEORGE JR. lATLANTAl ' 

BAIL BONDSMAN, WORKER CHARGED 
BONDSMAN CHARGED 
BOUNTY HUNTER'S CARD SENDS ROBBER RUNNING 

BRADLEY, GORDON IMILLS RIVER, N.C. FA,<MERI 

TAR HEEL FARMER TURNS GLADIOLI INTO CASH CROP 

BRADLEY, JAMES RICHARD INEMPORT NErfS, VA.l 

MAN KILLED IN FIERY CAR-TRuCK CRASH ON 1-85 

^**°'-§Jf05,r| STYLES PROMPT THOUGHTS OF LEGENDS 

BRADLEY CLOSES OUT "RESIDENT S WIN HIS OhN WAY 
BRADLEY 'SETTLES' FOR PRESIDElT'S TITLE 

BRADLEY, SYLVESTER FRANK (OECEASEDI 

MAN OIES OF SELF-INFLICTED WOJNO 
OBITUARY 

BRADLEY, TOM 

BRADLEY TO SPEAK «T NCCU EXERCISES 

CLASS OF '33: BRADLEY LAUDS HEALISM AT NCCU GRADUATION 

BRADLEY SAYS IDEALISM, TENACITY NEEDED TO TACKLE U.S. PROBLEMS 

BRADLEY, VIRGINIA G. ICMAPEL HtLLI 
OBITUARIES 

BRADSHAW, FRED KENNETH 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH FORGING CHECKS 

BRaDShah, JAMES 

gardener takes work seriously 

bradshaw, roy campaneilo (mfpane) , , 

man accused of »55iultrng ex--ife in her apartment 
mebane man faces charges 

°'*"'^Plaher'?y"cmarges state employees politicking 

BRA0SMA)|, 5)LyE^5 ,j, pjjE ^,j^ RE3UIREMENTS 
BRADSHAW FILLS ThE BILL 

^"'"^HuJSESRrHjuS^'AE'lxpEANATKM OF HQW AN UGLY TREE PLAYED A PARI. 
RDXBORO MAYOR HURT IN FALL 
ROXBORO INCUMBENTS FILE 

ROxeORO MAYOR ASSURED OF ANOTHER 2-YEAR TERM 
ROXBORO ELECTS COUNCIL 

BRAOShER, henry S. (WRITER) 

BOOK STUDIES REASONS FOR AFGHANISTAN COUP 
SPEAKER: SOVIET INFLUENCE SAME AS INVASION 
WRITER Says SOVIET IN AFGHANISTAN TO SAVE FACE 

braosher, millie mitchell ross (hillsborough) 
obituary 

bradsher, w. l. jr. 
in appreciation 



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BRAOT, SHAFTER 8. lOeCEASEOI 

BRAOY, WILBERI CARV (BENNETTI 

MRECK KILLS 72-YEAR-aLO IN CHATHAM 

BRAGCi ELBERT 

LAMYER IN COURT TODAY 

OATES SATISFIES ORANGE JUDGE 

BRAMEi CYRUS (UILKESBOROI 

WILKES PROBE OVER TILL MAY 

BRAKE. JAMES BALLARO JR. 

CHAMBER ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 
CHAMBER NAMES NEW OFFICERS 

SRAMEt RANQV 

two ointlemen of merit 

brahe. robert hal 

Escape count jails woman 

woman faces five charges in '9 2 escape 

escapee brahe captured 

deputies head for atlanta today to pick up brame 

grand jury indicts brame 

dPAME ON WAY BACK TO DURHAM 

BRAME BACK IN DURHAM 

GRAND JURY INOICIS « IN POL ICr WOMAN ■ S BEATING 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 7 

EX-OEPuTY: escapee BRAME THREATENED TO KILL TWO OFFICERS 

TESTIMONY CONCLUDES IN BRAME^TRIAL FOR ESCAPE 

BRAME CONVICTED IN KIDNAPPING CASE 

BRAME GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE 

BRAME GETS IB YEARS FOR ABDUCTION. ASSAULT 

BRAMENt MARY ANN 

SOURDOUGH BREAD: A SLICE OF SWEETNESS 

BRAHLETT. A 



SPOKE FOR PEOPLE 



SU'R^Jh§fs^Dtifii''5^Sf?KiE 



BRANCH, UOSSHJI- 

SHOT SESlfluSLY INJURES MAN 

MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

MAN ARRESTED IN SHOOTING; VICTIM'S CONDITION STABLE 

BRANCH. LEON 

REP. SPAULDING 

BRANCH. MARY D. 

WHEN SOMEONE MUGS YOU. ANGER I S NATURAL 

BRANOISi HENRY PARKER JR. iFORMER 1 EAN UNC-CH LAW SCHOOL! 
Un( will award S HONORARY OlG^Eis 

BRANDON, emC (NORTHERN H.S, FOOTBA LL I 

NORTHERN vs. NORTH FORSYTH; AT LONG LAST. BRANDON'S BACK IN KNIGHTS. 

BRANION. JOBY 

BRanION: OEVILS down, not OUT 

BRANNOCK, JIM 

READING MATTER NEEDED 

BRANNQN, ANTHONY 

DURHAM'S NEW OA GETS INSTRUCTIONS FROM JUDGE 

RULING COULD BRING HEARING ABDUT FIRM 

JUDGE BACKS EVIDENCE BILL 

BAHAMA JUDGE APPOINTED TO CR IH E INFORMATION GROUP 

BRANNON, JOAN C. (INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT! 

WATER SKIING AT NIGHT PROHIBITED BY LAW 

BRANTLEY. ALLEN PATTERSON REV. OR. (DECEASED! 
METHODIST OFFICIAL. DR. BRANTLEY, DIES 

BRANTLEY. JOHN 

BOaSdINGS AT RDU SET RECORD It '82 

RDU HAS BANNER YEAR 

STIFF COMPETITION EXPECTED FQ< RDU RUNWAY 

AIRPORT GAINS FLIGHTS. LOSES LIMOUSINES 

RDU PROJECT MAKES RAPID PROGRESS 

AIRPORT LIMOUSINES RUNNING. S»YS FIRM 

LIMOUSINES SAID STILL AVAILABLE AT RDU 

LOW BIDS FOR RUNWAY WORK ELATH ROU OFFICIALS 

MRS. DOLE INVITED TO RDU GROUNDBREAKING 

RDU TO RE-EXAMINE RATES IN 1 98 <i 

RDU OFFICIAL DOESN'T EXPECT MAJOR DISRUPTIONS 

ROU MAY GET NEW MAJOR AIRLINE 

NEW RUNWAY AT ROU 'HOME RUN' FOR BRANTLEY 

ROU FIREMEN WON'T USE GEAR 

PASSENGERS BOARDING PLANES AT RDU SKYROCKET BY 2ZX 

RDU MAY OPERATE PARKING 

RDU BOARDINGS UP 17» 

RDU AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MAY 3E FINISHED AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 

AIRPORT BOARDINGS JUMPED IIX LAST MONTH 

NO EFFECT SEEN ON RDU AIRLINE 

RDU RUNWAY AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 

PARKING LOT OPERATION AT AIRPORT 'GOING HELL' 

ROU CARGO BUSINESS UP 

AIRPORT LOOKS AT 'ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENT' 

ROU ANNOUNCES «<.2.6 MILLION EXPANSION PLAN 

NO TAX INCREASE EXPECTED TO FINANCE ROU EXPANSION 

TOWING FEES INCREASED AT AIRPORT 

, THERESA IRENE 

ICCEPTS PLEA BARGAIN IN SLAYING CASE 
WOMAN GETS 3 YEARS IN SHODTIN; DEATH 
BRANTLEY GETS 3 YEARS IN SHOOTING 

BRASFIELO. PHILIP (WICHITA CD,, TEXAS) 
DEATH ROW BOOK: 'A (TlaSsIc (SaSE' 



HEAR. HA 
OBITUAR 



RRY ROBERT SR. (DECEASED! 



BRASWELL, BILLY RUDOLPH (PITT CO.! 
EX-OEPuTY gets life in SLAYING 

BRASWELL. DAVID (CLAYTON. N.C.! 
lO-YEAR-aLD SHOT TO DEATH 



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BRASWELL. FRANK (PENLANO) 

COURT OVERTURNS 6 NAZIS' CONVICTIONS ,„,„ , , „,,, 

U.S. ATTORNEY Hans TO retry Nazis on conspiracy charges 

JURY IN NAZI TRIAL HEARS TAPES OF ALLEGED PLOT 

JURY HEARS BOMBING PLAN IN THIRD TRIAL OF SIX NAZIS 

EX-AGENT'S CREDIBILITY ATTACKED IN NAZIS' TRIAL 
NAZIS CONVICTED IN THIRD TRIAL 

^"''"liH llUh.O AFTER BREAK-IN 
MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 



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MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 



brasmELLi patsy IPENLANOI , .,,,„ , 

COURT OVERTURNS 6 NAZIS' CONVICTIONS , „,^, 

U.S. ATTORNEY PLANS 10 RETRY M A2 I S ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 
JURY HEARS BOMBING PLAN IN TMl RO TRIAL OF SIX NAZIS 
EX-AGENT'S CREDIBILITY ATTACKED IN NAZIS' TRAL 
TAPED VOICE: 'WE WAS FIXING T3 LEVEL. ..THE CITY' 
NAZIS CONVICTED IN THIRD TRIAL 



Ai rplanE case 



BRASWELLi RON IKIITRELL, N.C.I 

N.C. MAN ENTERS PLEA IN VA. 

8RATCHER, JUMNNY t. 

BIKE RIOER HURT BY CAR 

"RAWLEY, ROBERT RtV. IMOUNT MOURNE, N.C.I 
YOUTHS BURN KOCK RECORDS 

PRAwLEYt S. C» "ZIP" 

WHITE SLATE HOUSES IRE OF BLACKS 

DEMOCRATS CHOOSE ELECTIONS 301R0 McMBERS 

OCMO LEAOERS TRIED TO PREVENT BLACK-WHITE CLASH 

NEW MEMBERS 

BRAXTON, GPAOY (PITTSbORO FARMFfll 

acJiOEnV INSIOE SILO CLAIMS FARMER'S LIFE 

BRAXTON, MALLIE FOWLER lOtCEASEDI 
OilllUARY 

(CARR=>OROI 



PRAXrON, RICHARD EMZIRA I SNOW CAMPI 

SNOW Camp man beaten to death 

5 MURC.ER CHARGES FILED IN BEATING 



DEATH OF 



'AN 



fliHAY. CARY ALA'J (^REENSBOROl ^^ „,^^„, « r 

PilLlCf SAY 17-YEAB-OLD "OUGHT iJFER BEFORE WOlCk 
MAN CHARGED -ITH SELLING BEER TO IT-YEAR-OLO DRIVER 
MU-lT USING JRFCK ACCOUNTS TO "'USH LEGISLATION 
PLEA PF NOT GUILTY ENTERED IN Ot-ATHS 
TECN-AGFR PLEADS GUILTY IN DEATHS OF 4 FRIENDS 
JUDGE POSTPONES SENTENCING OF TECN-AGFR IN FOUR FAIALlIIES 
LIVING WIIH OFADLY ERROR PENALTY ENOUGH FOR TEEN 
TEEN GETS SUSPENDED TFR" IN DJ I CASE 

DEATH CAR QUIVER TO SPEND wEE<END$, SUMMER IN JAIL 
SENTENCE FUR BEER SALE CRITICIZED 

BRAY. H. R. ( ENVIkONMENTAL RECYCLING CO.l 

REIyCLInC MrM'S FOE? SHOULD STICK TO FALTS 

BRAY, ROBERT OR. ( P SYCHULGG I S T I 

kTI doing DEFENSE DEPT. SURVEY 

SOUND IDEA 

''«"'^??&-wS-";k^S!e3'U"c'ri;^k''"«'" "''"' 

'''"°i2S5AfW'i^d"jACKET LANDS IN COURT 

BREEZE, KIRBY 

MAN RELEASED IN STABBING i 

'''*"'c5uPLe'puT an end n their long, intermittent RELATIONSHIP 

RRElSAfriER, GEORGE ICHARLuTTEl 
MUTI AND JEFF STRIP ENDS 
MUIT AND JEFF COMIC TO END 

BRE ITSCnwE'lor , EDWARD B. DR. 
FEVER BEING STUDIED 

BkETT, GEQBGF 

BRER RABBIT, 

^'*^'"'cOUPLe'*SAYS police BURST INTO APT. WITHOUT WARRANT 
CITY SUED FOR ERRANT DRUG RAH 

'«^-"u:S^"a"'t&^n?; i^s'^TSiiiTFNED WITH CONTEMPT 

JUDICIAL DISPUTE RESULTS IN C:iNTE»PT PROCEEDINGS 
FEDERAL JUDGE HALTS CONTEMPT ICTION AGAINST U.S. AT 
FBI PROBING VOTE FRAUD IN MOUNTAINS 
MORE COMPLAINTS EXPECTED ABOUT BUYING VOTES IN N.C. 

BREwER, EVA' COLEMAN (DECEaSEOI 
OBITUARY 

'"'"fwS^'pL^ArSSKTY TO MAIL FRAUD 

""■"fwd'SI^ UU^ft?l'D"J3"^ilL FRAJD CHARGES 



THE TaR baby and THE BASEBALL BAT ICARTUONI 



BRIGGS 
T 

BRIGGS 



Hct'F^iEi^i;RL"r§?fEcSY§^:''R'^MSV"T^I^ArMENT CRUCIAL TO SURVIVAL 



MAflCELLUS ARNOLD (OECEASEDI 

ARNOLD BRIGGS. FORMER CIVIC LcADER 

OBITUARY 

BRIGGS PROVED LEADERSHIP 



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MAitrtLLUS ARNOLD -^RIOCS: 'MR* TRINITY* WAS MODEL OF FAITHFULNESS 
SKIGHT, «E-ir lOECtASEJl 



Hi, KEN I ( 
OeiTuAftY 



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PSOPERTY VALUEO AI IfliTOC IAK=N UUKING BREAK-IN 



UNC NEARLY FILLS ITS CUP TO RIM 



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3RINKLEYI ALCERT nESLEY JK. 

Two «FN ARRESTEE IN RAin 

Two FACE CHARGES FOR WEAPONS, DRUGS 



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1/17/83 A 
1/17/83 C 



SRINKMEYER, ROBERT 

WE'RE PAYING FOR NOTHING 



H 2 7/28/83 A 



BRISCgS, GORDON ICHARLOTTEI 

CJJOLINA BOHkS keep selling 



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WOMAN'S SUIT SEEKS »96,000 

AMwAY BUSINESS DISCUSSED 

WOMAN SUES OVER FARM 

TEMPORARY SUPPORT AWARDED IN AMWAY CASE 

JUDGE ORDERS RECORDS DIVULGED 

ORITT, oILLY B. ICHAPEL HILLI 

WOMAN'S SUIT SEEKS 196.000 
A-WAY BUSINESS DISCUSSED 

WOMAN SUES Over farm 

JUDGE ORDERS RECORDS DIVULGED 

BRITT, C. F. IPSO J 

DURHAM OFFICER HURT IN WRECK 
OFFICER HURT IN COLLISION 

3RITT, EARL IJUOGEI 

COURT SYSTEM GETS TOP RANKING FOR EFFICIENCY 

BRITT, JACKIF laOXBORO POLICEI 

SHOT REPORTED FIRED AT ROXbOR] OFFICER 



T, JOL FREEMAN 
DISTRICT ATIURNF 



Y FILES SUIT AGAINST PAROLES GROUP 



BkITT, PEGGY C. ICHAPEL HILLI 

WOMAN'S SUIT SEEKS 196,000 
WOMAN SUES OVER FARM 
AMWAY BUSINESS DISCUSSED 

BRITT, ROBERT OIXQN ICHAPEL HILL) 
AMWAY FIGURES IN DIVOPCE SUIT 
WOMAN'S SUIT SEEKS J96,000 
AMWAY BUSINESS DISCUSSED 

TEMPORARY SUPPORT AWARDED IN AMWAY CASE 
LAWYER WITHDRAWS FROM AfWAY CASE 





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.c. "Freshmen take the oath 

CONGRESSMAN TRIES WORK AT TEXTILE PLANT 

BRITT SAYS FEDERAL DEFICIT WORRYING STATE LEGISLATORS 

FORMER STATE SENATOR PLANS TO OPPOSE BRITT 

JOHNSTON SAYS »^ WON'T RUN F0-) CONGRESS 

HEARING EXAMINES MILITARY CONTRACTS 

COBLE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY 

BRITT MET LEADER OF GRENADA H JUNE 

BRITT SAYS FULL STORY OF BOMBING NOT TOLD 

BRITT, SAMUEL E. IJUOGEI 

JUDGE BRITT TO RETIRE JAN. 1 

BRITT, SYBIL RUTH ICHAPEL HILLI 
JACKSON A JUST MAN 



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TOM ICLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTFMl 
TI-LITTER GROUP NAMES BRITT CHAIRMAN 



BRITT, TOM lOURHAM CA6LEVISI0N1 

00 IT YOURSELF ON CABLE CHANN^^ L 8 

BROADFOOT, WINSTON 

TAX-SuBSIDHEP PROGRAMS UNDERCUT YMCA 

LOGIC WRONG ON YMCA. RECREATION FEES 

NASSIF. BROADFOOT CLASH OVER ',RANT 

GRANT LOSS CAUSES DISPUTE AT MEETING 

BROADFOOT SEEKS SMALLER COUNCIL. CUT IN MAYOR'S PAY 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCILMAN RAPS MAYOR'S SALARY, SIZE OF COUNCIL 

IF REVENUE SHARING AXED, TOWN FACES 1329,01'. LOSS 

COUNCILMAN RAPPED DURING HEARING 

INTIMIDATION IS CHARGED 

NEXT Chapel hill mayor to get smaller salary 

BROAOFOCT SEEKS SALES TAX STlDY 

COUNCILMAN CALLS FOR MORATORIUM ON WATER TAPS 

DROADFOOI WANTS PERMITS TIED TO TAP MORATORIUM 

COUNCIL MEMPER PUTS BROAD FOOT IN MOUTH 

OCTOBER INSIGHT: DURHAM ANO CSAPEL HILL ARE NEIGHBORS 

»HY AREN'T WE ALL LAUGHING? 

HUMOR HELPS IN DULL MEETINGS 

CONGRATULATIONS TO MR. BR0ADF30T 

EDITORIAL 'RIGHT ON TARGET' 

EDITORIAL PUZZLING 

3R0ADIE. ALBERT LEROY ' 

MAN CHARGED 

BROADNAX, HERBERT IBOYCO INC. I 
JUNIOR EMPLOYEE STANDS OUT 



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^""'"fsotSsED'CrtA.NCE IN OONATIONS '-AM BRINGS BICKERING 
VOTE BOARD SAYS PLANE DEAL LESAL 

N.C. ELECTION CnlEF EXPECTS LIGMf VOTER TURNOUT TODAY 
RULING MAY HIKE POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS 
GILMORc «INS RULING ON CONTRIBUTIONS 
GIL^ORE NAY FIGHT RULING ON A5 LIMITS 
COURT ACTION HAY HURT FAIRCLOTH 

BROCKMAN. JOKES e. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

^""^"ivERNiENT-S STILL RAKING IN TOO MUCH 
SaODER CONFIRMS OUR FEARS 
LEAVE JESSE ALONE 

BROOIE, "»(j''5'I}1^"!,gi]t,HT 

PSYCHIATRIST SAYS DUKE STRAYS FROM RELIGIOUS HERITAGE 

DUKE CHANCELLOR JOINS NCNB BQl RO „^ ^„ , 

CAMPUS CLUB LECTURES FEATURE FOUR SPEAKERS 

SANFCWO TO RETIRE IN '35 AS OUKE UNIVERSITY lEaDER 

OUKEfS PRESIDENT SANFORD CONFIRMS PLANS TO RETIRE 

= *°°'fjo4K25GlS°i?fli'JIiXiLT 

«''°°'f:o"Si{i'??NTENCEO IN CASES OF ASSAULT 
Z GET PRISON TERMS 

BROGANi LINOA LEE IDECEASEDI 
Two mOMEN IDENTIFIED 
ONE OF 2 DURHAM MOMEN MUR0ERE3. EXAMINER SAYS 

BROGDEN, ARTHUR L. Ill I NOBLE SViL Lj , I NO. ! 
Gl's GRENADA DIARY RiLES MILITARY 
ARMY CLEARS 01 AR Y-mR I TER OF nSONGDOING 
SOLDIER: GRENADA DIARY HAS BEEN MISUNDERSTOOD 
NO REASON FOR DISCIPLINE 

'""■-"SSiG^SitU^sS^ST^SciNG AMICK. ASSOCIATE 

°''°''°|rJg!!?^ battles past, PRESENT AT S. GRANVILLE 
1ST GAME TOUGHEST FOR BROGDEN' S VUINGS? 

BROGDEN, KENNETH HOWARD IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BROCOENj^MARY^^ ELECTION: ONE POLL ON PORCH, 5 VOTERS 
LEARNING TO VOTE A SIMPLE PROIESS 
DURHAM VOTER LISTS EXPECTED TO SHELL 
REGISTRATION JUMPS SHARPLY IN DURHAM 

°''°""Ni IhARKS encountered IN FIRST TANK FLOAT 

IN The Sun 

A >ALK CN the mILD side 
ARTSEEN... 

brohfensrenner. martin 

AMERICA HAY BE 'ON ThE MENO* 

BRONSON, ANNE LEAK IKEENE, N.Y.I 
OBITUARY 



brookhart, morris i engineer!, ^^, 
nortAsioe sEnER plant needs 



UOR REPAIRS 



BROOKS, ANGELO TYRONE , „ , „ 

THREE TEENS HELD IN ARMED HOLJUP ___ ^^„,, „,^ 
MINN DIXIE ON AVQNOALE IS R0S3 EO BY THREE MEN 



BROOKS, BEN 

NOVEMBER I.NSIGHT: 



DR. CLEVEL/lVD HAMMONDS 



BROOKS. FREDERICK p. DR. lUNC-CH COMPUTER SCIENCE PROF. I 
POST GOES TO TEACHER 



BROOK^j CYRUS^^.^ HOPEFULS READY T^ 'aCklE OUifHAM' 
FULL CITY COUNCIL INTERVIEWS THREE FINALISTS 
COUNCIL MEETS MITH FINALISTS 
CITY MANAGER MAY BE NAMED THIS MEEK 
CITY MANAGER SEARCH ON HOLD 
CITY MANAGER MAY BE NAMED TOMDRROM 

^""^"l-YKlfii.'SirARRESTED WITH MtAPONS AT SCHOOL 

"""""^hg^HlSSr-BN iJhSI'BiT YOUTHS NEED HELP 

^^^^K^jEl^iSR ON CABLEVISION 

ICK 

TO 

BROOKS, IVA ANDREWS ICHAPEL HILL! 
iiltuARY 

BROOKS, JAMES IMURDER VICTIM! 

JURY BEING namSd for murder HIAL 

JURY PICKED FOR HCQUAIG MURDER TRIAL 

POLICE TESTIFY GUN LINKED TO 3EATM 

ROBBERY COUNT DROPPED IN MuRD" R TRIAL 

JURY GETS 2ND-0EGREE MURDER TRIAL 

JURY TO SLEEP ON MURDER CASE 

MCOUAIG JURY DEADLOCKS „, 

JURY CAN'T AGREE IN SLAYING HIAL 

SECOND MUROER TRIAL BEGINS 

HCOUAIG TRIAL GETS UNDER WAY 

BROOKS CHARGE DROPPED 

STATE RESTS CASE IN MUROER TRIAL 

MCJUAIG TESTIMONY ENDS 

HCaUAIG MURDER JURY PAUSES 

JURY HAS MCDUAIG CASE , . , ,„,., 

2N0 HUNG JURY ENDS MCOUAIG SLAYING TRIAL 

icaUAlG GETS SIX YEARS, DATE FOR 3R0 MURDER TRIAL 



S PR06LEMS 
FOR MANAGER 



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BROOKS. JAMES ylLLIE 

2no mistrial declared 

BROOKS. JOE IAGRI 



I agricultural extension StRVICEl 
ARMERS TOLD TO FIND SPECIAL NICHE 



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SPERRY COMPANY CAN SKIP 



SIDNEY I 

, . hXAMS 

HUNT RAPS aROOKS" REOUEST FOR JOBS PROGRAM OPINIONS 

JOB PLAN DISPUTE DISAPPOINTS, HUNT 

aulLOING INCREASES IN N.C. DURING FEB. 

LABOR POST BECOMES AT LEAST 3-HAY RACE 

BROOKS ASKS BUSINESS HELP IN APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING 

BROOKS SAYS STATE NOT DOING E10UGH FOR SMALL BUSINESS 

STATE JOB SAFETY PLAN SAID T03 LENIENT 

BROOKS. JOHN 0. 

ASSAULT CHARGE IS FILED 



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HUNT TELLS HOSPITAL MONEY 



,-- -- - - - - WILL BE RAISED FOR N.C. BOY'S LIVER TRANSPLANT 

INSURANCE COMPANY HILL COVER t.C. INFANT'S LIVER TRANSPLANT 

N.C. COUPLE TO TESTIFY BEFORE SENATE PANEL 

PAIR'S DESTINY: FINDING LIVER FOR SON. OTHERS 

BACKING ORGAN NETWORK 

TAR HEEL COUPLE APPEALS FOR TRANSPLANT NETWORK 

DON'T IGNORE JOSHUA BECAUSE OF INSURANCE 

JOSHUA BROOKS TO RECEIVE LIVER FOR TRANSPLANT 

N.C. INFANT UNDERGOES TRANSPLANT 

N.C. BOY RECEIVES LIVER TRANSPLANT 

TAR HEEL BARY SLIGHTLY BETTER WITH NEW LIVER 

PARENTS GETTING MORE RESPONSE FROM JOSH 

FATHER SAYS JOSH BROUKS IS 'BATTLING FOR HIS LIFE' 

JOSH BROOKS STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION BUT IS REPORTEO 'PERKING UP...' 

JOSH CONTINUcS TO IMPROVE 

VICIL TAKES TOLL ON BOY'S PARENTS 

DOCTORS SAY JOSH BROOKS IS 'DOING FANTASTIC 

MORE THAN HOO.OOO RAISED FOR JOSHUA BROOKS 

LAURINBURG BOY PASSES CRITICAL DAY 

DOCTOR IS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT JOSHUA BROOKS 

aiLE IN BLOOD RAISES CONCERN = OR N.C. BOY 1 

JOSHUA HAS PROBLEMS ACCEPTING NEW LiVER 

JOSHUA BROOKS DIES 

JOSH'S DEATH DOESN'T OISCOURAJE PARENTS OF CHILD WITH LIVER AILMENT I 

TRANSPLANT FAILS TO SAVE JOSH i 

JOSHUA BROOKS' DEATH LEAVES 'G R I EF . . . SENSE OF FRUSTRATION' 

FIGHTING BACK THEIR TEARS 

MORE THAN 800 ATTEND FUNERAL FOR JOSHUA BROOKS I 

•JOSH BROOKS, HE TAUGHT US TO CARE' 1 

LITTLE JOSH'S LEGACY: AWARENESS OF DONORS I 

JOSHUA BROOKS 



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2 ARRESTED IN ROBBERY 
2 ARRESTED IN HOLDUP 

BROOKS. KENNY 

BROOKS BROTHERS SPEAK LOUDLY WITHOUT WORDS 



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ITORIAL PUZZLING 



brooks, lewis page 

min charged after business break-in 

brooks. mary dr. 

Proposal will help wide spectrum of students 

brooks, minnie belle ideceasedi 
obituary 

brooks, sandy eugene 

assault is charged 

BROOKS, ThELMA J. 

SUIT FILED OVER HOUSE DISMISSED 

BROOKS, TRACY (FOOTBALL I 

BROOKS BROTHERS SPEAK LOUDLY WITHOUT WORDS 

BROOKS, WILLIE JAMES 

5*" IS FREED, Then jailed in clock, tape-deck theft 
POLICE Charge Durham man with burglary 

BROOM, CLAIRE OR. (CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL! 

OFFICIAL: POISON PROTEIN MAY CAUSE TOXIC SHOCK 

BROOME, CAROLYN (CARRBOROI 

P(*ESIDENT AND EDITOR UNAWARE 



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ENJOYING THE WEAtHER? WARM PACIFIC WATERS HAY BE INFLUENCING OUR WINTER H 2 3/15/83 A 9 

BROUGHTON, MYRTLE COOK (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

BROUGHTON, R. EUGENE 

3 ON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD SAY THEY'LL SEEK RE-ELECTION 

8R0UGHIQN, RICHARD S. DR. 

PyThONS. kangaroos less WORRY THAN ROVING CANINE MANEATERS 

BROUN, FRED (CHAPEL HILLI 
flBITUARY 

broun, kenneth 

Three unc deans given new terhs 

rrest 2 durham men on drug charges 

""""daJ^SUI '""EASED. 

brown, CALVIN ( WINSTON-SALEMI 
2 CHARliEO WITH MUROER 

BROWN, C EC 1 1, AVERY (ASS'T. CITY MANAGER) 
FINANCIAL FOOLISHNESS 

BROUN DEFENDS RECORO OF MOUSIyC REHABILITATION 
DECISION DUE MONDAY ON LOSS OF CETA JOBS 



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BRO«N, CHARLOTTe OR. 

h.t. STATE REGARDS 

brokNi Charlotte regina (nem ycrk ;it?i 

ptlice icgit a round-up on charges of prostitution 
police arrest ii persons in prostitution probe 

BROUNj^(j^Ai.|NC^^^^ IN DURHAM OEMOC'ATIC PARTY 
DR. CLARENCE BRO.N PKOMGTED TD DIRECTOR " 
BROwN HEADS PROGRAM AT NCCU 
BLACK COMMITTEE PICKS PANEL HEADS 

BRQriN. CLAUDIA R03ERTS (GRANGE CO. I 
HISTORICAL INVENTORY PUBLISHED 

BROWN, CLEMENT EUGENE ILAMYERI 

bromn named judge's clerk 

broxni daris maurice 

man jailed in assault robbery 
assault hearing slated 

BROmn, Oarryl lee ,,^ 
BuiiGLARY Charged 
Church surrounoeoi Suspect is captured 

BROWN. DONNA tWILMINGTONl . ,, . , , , 
two TEENS DROWN AT wRIGhTSVILlE SEaCh 

BROWN, FLOYD H. , , 

THIS OAO Says Thanks 

BROwN, FRANK DR. IQEAN UNC-CH SCHOJL of EDUCATION! 
BROWN NAMED DEAN OF UNC DEPARtMENT 
OEAN OF EDUCATION IS NAMED AT UNC 
DEAN: REPORT MAT HELP EDUCATION 
HUNT NAMES COMMISSION ON EOUCiTION 
10 FROM DURHAM AREA PICKED fCfi EDUCATION STUDY GROUP 

BROwN, FRED {DIRECTOR OF VA HOSPITALI 
VA CENTER TO BE EXPANDED 
6 NAMED TO HEALTH GROUP 

BROwN. GLORIA JEAN 

Durham law officers begin roi/<oup in big drug bust 
20 people held on drug counts after city sweep 

BROWN, GORDON (CHAPEL HlLLl 

COUPLE CELEBRATE TnEIR ONE-MONTH ANNIVERSARY 

BROWN, HARRY LAKE I H I LL S 30R OUGH 1 
OBITUARY 

BROUN. HELEN IRQXbOROI 

YULE SHOPPING SPAWNS PATRIOTISM 

BROWN, HIRSCH M. 

IHERE ARE TOO many TAXES 



BROWN, HOWARD I 1600 
BROWN'S TOMATOE 



;ha,nEE S' 
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N SPITE OF 5LISIERING WEATHER 



BROWNt JAMES R> OR. 

CHIROPRACTOR SEEKS SCHOOL BOASD SEAT 

BROWN: SCHOOL BOARD SHOULD LODK FOR FUNDS 

DURHAM ELECTIONS: 13 SEEKING =OSTS ON SCHOOL 30AR0 

FIRST kCuHD TUESDAY IN DURHAM ELECTIONS: SCHOOL BOARD.. 

THREE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL 3 OARD 

BROWN, JAMES TRIG PuRDyE OR. 
DROWN GETS SCHOLARSHIP 

°''°''''iuiiHAM"BUS SYSTEM NEEDS C I TY ' 3 OLL ARS. OFFICIAL SAYS 

BROWN, JESSIE PARKER IH ILLSBOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

BROWN. JIM IPRO FOOTBALL PLAYERI 
NEVER TOO LATE? 

BROWN. JIMMY IN.C. AtT B'BALL P H YE R I 

ACT'S BROWN GOES DIFFERENT RCUTE FOR SUCCESS 

BROWN, JOY (HILLSoOROuGHI „„ ,„ . 

SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE STILL SHORT OF tS.OOO GOAL 

BROWN. JULIAN D. 

9 PPOSPECTIVE JURORS OISMISSEO , „ 

BROWN EXPECTS TO BE NEW CHAIN DIRECTOR 

BROWN NAMED CHAIN LEADER 

NEW JOB GETS JUROR OFF HOOK 

DIRECTOR NAMED FOR CHAIN 

PROGRAM WILL AID MINORITY BUSINESSMEN 

BROWN, LARRY 

BROWN'S TRAVELING SHOES , , 

BROWN TAKES TRAVELING SHOW TO KANSAS 

BROwN, LEON IRED SPRINGSI 

5 TEENS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

BROUN, LIGHTNING A. (CHAPEL HiLL) 

iwASA DISCOUNT CALLED PUBLIC RELATIONS 

BROUN, LILLIAN MITCHELL (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, LIZZIE F. (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, LOUIS 1R09ERS0NVILLE I 

FOUR DIE IN N.C. ACCIDENTS 

BROWN, LOUISA BALDWIN ( H I LL SBOROUGH 1 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, MABEL EAKER (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

BRCUN, MARC I A 



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»♦<>- HONIMLY/ANNUil. INQE« II r NAMES 

S I T 

N e € L T 

P DATE C PC L P BYL 

EXERCISE CLASSES MAKE alRTHiNG PROCESS EASIER H ! 6/10/83 B 2 P F M95 

BReuNi MARGARET 

NO DECISION ON RESTORING VANN' S LAM LICENSE MADE H 2 t./ia/83 A 1 N 0-16 

BROMNi MARTHA I TRANSACTOR! 

TRANSACTORS KING IT MITH IMPRDVS H 2 U/11/83 1 P F H66 

BROWNi MAYNARO DOVEL (DECEASEOI 

SBfrnlSJ " 2 9/09/83 A 12 

OBITUARY H 2 9/10/83 B 6 

BROWN, MELVILLE IPIANISTI 

BROWN IS AN EXCEPTIONAL PIANIST S 2 12/12/83 B 4 R 



BROWN, MELVIN H. I SPRUCE CREEK. PA. I 

N.C. SHOULD BE PROUO Of HELMS S 2 10/16/83 

BROWN, R, MALCOLM JR. OR, 

SYNTHEflC SOffENER INVENTED H 2 2/17/83 

BROWN, RICHARD (CHARLOTTE) 

iHRfE CHARGED IN CABBIE'S DEATH S 2 3/21/83 



N 



H I 1/11/83 B 1 N 

BROWN, RONALD C. IBUNCQM3E CO. DISTRICT ATTORNEY! 

fEDERAL JUDGE HALTS CONTEMPT ACTION AGAINST U.S. ATTORNEY H 2 6/04/83 B 5 N 

BROUN, SIGNE 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE WANTS CITY TO ENFORCE VEHICLE STICKER SALE S 2 5/04/83 CI N K90 

HER BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION WAS A WEEKEND AFFAIR H 2 9/13/83 A 6 P N 

BROWN, THOMAS B. (CLINTON, TENN.I 

6-2". CREW SEEKS CHIEF S 2 



brown, tom (principal of person high school! 
principal sees many changes 

brown, trig or, 

ouke Ooctor receives three-year 



8/23/83 
2 2/19/83 



SCHOLARSHIP S 2 1/12/83 A 

4/20/83 B 



BROWN, VERNON E. REV. 

PETITION IS SEEKING REINSTATEMENT OF FORMER BAILIFF H 2 



BROWN. VON HASKINS MRS. (JOHN UMSTEAO HOSPITAL! 

GIFTS BOOSTED PATIENTS S 2 12/2f>/83 A 4 L 



OSITY H 2 2/07/83 A 4 L 



BROWN, W. K. (PSO 
ACT OF GENER 

BROWN, WILLIE CLEATON (WARREN CO.! 

WARREN MAN DIES AS HOUSE BURNS H 2 12/02/83 A 13 

AUTOPSY SHOWS MAN FOUND IN BIBNEO HOUSE WAS SHOT H 2 12/03/B3 B 1 

BROWNE. JACKSON (MUSICIAN! 
"- - -EGI - - 



BROWNE SHOW BEGINS 'ON EMPTY,' ENDS WITH FULL APPEAL S 2 8/11/83 D 5 R 

H 2 7/24/83 C 2 



2 4/28/83 A 4 E 
2 6/05/83 C 2 



BROWNING, EFFIE HARWARD (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BROWNING, GENE I. (MERIT SYSTEMS PROTECTION BOARD! 
The bureaucrat who L£Ff PLACE AT THE TROUGH 

BROWNING, HUGH CONWAY (DECEASED! 
OBltuARY 

BROWNING, KEN 

EAST ALL-STARS PANKING ON DIVIDENDS FROM LONG SHOT AT OB H 2 7/22/83 C I P F C36 

'HONOR' BRINGS HARD WORK ^ u UD H | ;^||<g5 ^ 2 P U C09 

MAYE PRESENTS HEADACHE FOR LIMITED EAST DEFENSE S 2 7/26/83 8 2 N C09 

EAST STARS YEARNING FOR UPSET WIN 11 7/27/83 fl 1 P U Ca9 

IJJL'^I!'? WEST TONIGHT: AERIAL COMBO GIVES WEST SPOTLIGHT H 2 7/28/83 1 N C36 

AFTER CALL, SELF TOUCHED WEST FOR WINNING POINTS H 2 7/31/83 B 8 N C36 

l?R!IK K? 'HISDIRECTS' WILDCATS S 2 9/^7/83 i 8 P U C09 

THE GAME " ^ 10/23/83 C 2 P F C36 

???"!)!;!§ *L?''i„?°!I"^'"< '^°*<^-' ^"^ *"" ^0°'" FRIDAY AT NORTH FORSYTH H 2 11/13^83 C 13 P N C36 

ALL WINS WERE CREATED EQUAL FDR KNIGHTS' BROwNING H 2 11/17/83 3 N C36 

BROWNIN(;, LELA DOSSETT 

QBItHIrJ " ^ 1/02/83 C 6 

UBirUARY H 2 1/03/83 B 7 



BROWNLEE, RUTH (CHAPEL HILL! 

LAMP SHADES! RESURGENT DO-IT-YOURSELF CRAFT 

NAMED 'REPUBLICANS OF THE CENTURY" H 2 1/31/83 A 10 



H 2 12/02/83 8 2 

BROYHJLL, J. £. (LENOIR! 

broyhIll and DELAPP NA 



BROYHILL, JAMES T. (REP.! 

BROYHILL OPPOSING CUTS IN D0M5STIC SPENDING H 1 1/08/83 B 1 P N 

ISS!" i-f y?5E5 RELEASE OF SUBPOENAED PAPERS S 2 2/26/83 A N 

BROYHILL FICHtS AN T I-ENV IR(3nmE NTAL IMAGE S 2 3/01/83 A 8 P N 

BIG SPENDERS BACK TO THEIR OLD HABITS H I 3/14/83 A 4 E 

BROYHILL REJECTS GUBERNATORIAL BID H 2 6/30/63 C 7 N 

BROYHILL: RELIGIOUS PROGRAMMING IS NOT THREATENED H 2 10/01/83 A 9 N 

ERA MAY INFLUENCE ELECTIONS H I 11/22/83 All N 

4 GOP LAWMAKERS SAY -GRADES' UNFAIR fj 2 12/27/83 A 17 N 

BRUGGER, JOHN E. (EDISON, N.J.I 

EPA INCINERATOR BURNS TOXIC PC B H 2 9/13/83 6 1 N B30 

BRUMFIELD, MICHAEL K. (FOREST CITY! 

SAIL(3r from N.C. DIES AFTER FALL H 2 8/12/83 A 10 N 

BRUMHETT, PAUL (OUKE UNIV. SUPPLIES DIRECTOR! 

DUkJ supply HEAD NAMED H 2 11/17/83 B 5 N 

BRUNSON, BETTY LOU (PINE KNOLL STA3LESI 

PINE KNOLL PARTNERS WONDER WILL HORSES YIELD TO 'DOZERS? H 2 9/11/83 B 1 P F H36 

BRUSH, SCOTT w. 

2^^fk9''f''5 *5" "*•■' O" ''*'-« A10UT DURHAM CIVIC CENTER S 2 B/ll/83 A 1 P N K90 

DOBSON C JOHNSON SAYS CRITICISM POLITICALLY INSPIRED H 2 8/12/83 A 1 N S51 



BRUSTAD, LYNN THERESE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BRUTON, WILLIAM (ASSOC. STUDENTS OF DUKE UNIV.! 
NEw DORMITORY AT DUKE FOUND N3 T FEASIBLE 

""""bii^i-pSfigguai ?LABi-L4?yt5^E"JteT*?iugES^-' 



2 9/09/83 A 12 
2 12/10/83 A 1 N 
2 2/17/83 A 13 N 



BRYAN, ANNE-MARIE 



HONTMLt/*N 



NUAL INQEJl b 

1/01/63 - 12/51/83 



NAMES 



•MO DID IT? 

BRYAN, JOHN CMRISTOPHdR ( S-* I THF lELI 1 

3 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH NEAR 36NSON 

BRYANt NANCYE 

HEALS ON yHEELS SEEKS HELP 

MEALS PROCRAH FACING FINANCIAL MaROShIP 

SiNGSi HONEY, CAMERA STDlEN 

BRYAN BUILDS AMATEUR LEAD TO FIVE 

BRYAN BUILDS FIVE-SHOT AHATEU? LEAD 

ALEXANDER aLOKS BY BRYAN, TAKES A-ATEUR CROHN 

flOYAN REMAINS STEADY IN FACE If aORST ROUND 

BRYAN'S MEMORIAL CHARGE BRINGS TITLE. ATONEMENT 

DOUBLE EAGLE, RUN OF PARS AMONG CROASOAILE ODDITIES 

BRYAN MAKES ".S-FOOT CHIP TO WIN HATCH 

3RYAN SEEKING RESPECT 

BRYAN, RICHARD J. (BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES LAyYERI 
BRYAN TO SPEAK TO CHAPEL HILL CHAMBER 

3RTANT, GEORGE MCKINLEY SR. lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

""'*''y(5MAN"TURNS DETECTIVE TO PROVE SON'S DEATH yASN'T ACCIDENT 

BRYANT, JAMES REGINALD 

3 ARRESTED In break-in 

ONSIDERS RUNNING yITH STARS 

OLY SIGNING yITH USFL 

'S BRYANT FOR FI v6 YEARS 

5 CONTRACT BEST IN NEy LEAGUE? 
LOOSE FOR STARS 

L BRYANT RUSHINj PAST USFL FOES 
NT, UNC 
18 YEARS AS STAIS yIN 

6 TO KEY STARS VICTORY 
P? 
FEATURES MATCHUP OF BRYANT, yALKER 

AS USFL'S BEST 
USFL'S BEST 

RED KEY FOR STAIS AGAINST BLIT2 
LPS STARS OUTSHINE BLITZ, <,<.-38 
GUILTY TO CHARGE S 
YOU TAR HEEL MARRIOR 

BRYANT, LOIS F. lOURHAM ACADEMY I 

COOKING SCHOOL ATTRACTS INTERESTED YOUNG CHEFS 

BRYANT, MARSHALL 

BRYANT WINS HOOP-SHOOT 

^'*''"'aJYAiV'-A'?GaOFATHER' FIGURE IN COACHING 

BEAR BRYANT: THE COACH WHO BECAME A FOLK HERO 

BRYANT, TED (SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND 3EV. CORP.l 

OPPORTUNITIES yILL OPEN AS REIESSION HINDS DOWN 

RQvanT ViCTnR JR 

aiJSINESS-BACKED POLITICAL GRCUP MAY STEP INTO ARENA 
? CANDIDATES ENDORSED 

GROUP BACKS HOPEFULS IN MUNICIPAL ELECTION 
ENDORSEMENT GROUP NEEDS CL0SE3 FORUM 

BRYANT, WILLA COyARQ 

BRYANT JOINS SCHOOL RACE 

2 CANDIDATES FILE FOR SCHOOL 30AR0 

BASS FILES FOR RE-ELECTION TO CITY SCHOOL BOARD SEAT 

EDUCATORS ENDORSE 4 IN SCHOOL BOARD RACE 

EDUCATORS BACKING FOUR SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES 

MILLA COhaRO BRYANT FOR DURHAM CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

2 SCKJOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GET OVA BACKING 

DURHAM FLECTIONS: 13 SEEKING "OSTS ON SCHOOL BOARD 

FIRST ROUND TUESDAY IN DURHAM ELECTIONS: SCHOOL BOARD... 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRIMARIES 

THREE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL JOARO 

SCHOOL BOARD WINNERS DESERVE CONGRATULATIONS 

2 NEWCOMERS WIN SEATS ON CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

VOTERS' CHOICES REFLECT EDUCATIONAL AMARENESS 

DURHAM^C ITy'sCHOOL BOARD ELECTS OR. ROBERT GHIRARDELLI CHAIRMAN 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD TAPS NEW CHAIRMAN 

SUCHAN, jo gee (HENDERSON) 
PATTERN FOR SUCCESS 



BRYANT, KELVIN . , 
UNC'S BRYANT C 


BRYANT 


REPORTE 


USFL SIGNS UNC 


KELVIN 


BRYANT' 


BRYANT 


BREAKS 


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TAR HEE 


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NOW 'EM DOWN, 



BARRY ( SPRUCE PINEI 

SPRUCE PINE aOY, FAN Of REDSKINS 



BUCHANAN, 

SPRU 

BUCHANANj_^JAM^5^l^^ U.S. DEBT SHOULD MAKE US ANGRY 

Buchanan, philIP p, ( uNC GENETICIST! „,,,, 
GENETIC MATERIAL MAY HELP CauIE birth risks 
BUCHANAN AT GENETICS ASSOCIATES 

BUCHANAN, ROGER (CANTONI 

CANTON MAN IS IN SOVIET UNION , , . ,„ ,c, ., . r,. 
NORTH CAROLINA EYE PATIENT MAY (IE STUCK IN SOVIET UNION 
NEAR-BLIND TAR HEEL STRANDED IN USSR 

BUCH.NONj^r^|,RGE_E.^.Aj.A.J^^^ 

'""•H8A"ELieii!SirS°E;i'f?V??;'L'«i'-?^°TliEST rates making HO-ES ATTRACTIVE. 

BUCK. LENORA BAKER (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BuCKALEm, m, w. ( unC-aShEVILLE I , „ 

VAcItIONS often FAIL TO GIVE RELAXATION 

avoid stress on vacation 

'"''"•aICerJy^Kf^erers should note time medicine taken 

buckley, charles or, 

Beware OF Sulfites in salads 

BUCKLEY, EDWARD G. DR. (DUKE MEDICAL CENTERI 





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ouke appoints pour to paculty 

DUKE EVE CLINIC uses TOYS TO 110 YOUNG PATIENTS 

BUCKLEY, REBECCA H. DR. 

SOME GOOD ADVICE ON INSECTS STINGS: BE PREPARED 

BUCkNERi JAKES EARL 

NEh TRIAL ORDERED fOR MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING MOTHER 

BUOOf ISABELLE 

COUNTY NAMES 1ST WOMAN TO AIRPORT AUTHORITY 
AIRPORT PARKING FEES TO DROP 

BUFORD, BETSY IRALEIGHI 

OiNCE FESTIVAL GROUP ELECTS RALEIGH WOMAN 
DANCE FESTIVAL GETS BIG RALEIGH AUDIENCE 

BUGNAR, RONNIE GEORGE (PERSON CO.l 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

euIEt ERIC EUGENE 

SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGE IS FIL60 

8UIE, SABRINA IMURDER VICTIMI 
TEENS CHARGED 
2 TEENS CHARGED IN SLAYING 



BUIEt WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 



CORNELL lOECEASEDl 



BUIRGEi SUSAN (CHOREOGRAPhERI 

folks around here: what's in a name? 
french visit fulfills americam's dream 

bullard, john (abc cameraman. washington, o.c. 
3 Tar heels said among Capital's most eli 

bullaro, william (autryvillei 

former marines keep promise tt cui 
n.c. home awaits charlie two shoes 

I?SASL°?E^"wa'f'UE? St^fT^Sihi^'^ °"' ""^ ^"'^"^ '"'''°" 



GIBLE 



BULLO 



SStTSkg?'" 



e IDECEASEDI 



LEGAL PANEL QUESTIONS NEW OU I PROPOSALS 

OFFICIALS' RESERVATIONS SURFAZE OVER HUNT'S ORUNK DRIVING BILL 

BULLOCK, JAMES EOwARp JR. , 

Tips aid aSrests 

Bullock, linoa 

may 198<. restore blessings of god 

Bullock, lula mae (OECEaseoi 
obituary 

bullock, mark (southern h. s. graduate i 

'success srory': from special classes to high school graduation 

Bullock, ralph 

deputies report theft of television, camera 

bullock, robert theodore loeceasedl 
obituary 

bullock, virginia 

thanks to hospital 

buhann, eomuno f. jr. 

cleanup needed in inspections unit 

bumgaroner, larry t. 

firing teacher not racism 

bumgaroner, mark j. 

REaGAN RENEGES ON PEACETIME DJAFT 

auHGARNER, W. C. (GRAHAM) 
STRANGE AND CHILLING 
HOW MANY TAR HEEL LEGISLATORS KNEW WHAT THEY WERE SIGNING? 

BUMPER, WAYNE DARNELL (BURLINGTON) 

BURLINGTON WOMAN INJURED AS SEVERAL RIFLE SHOTS FIRED 

BUMPERS, DALE (ARKANSAS SENATOR) 

DEMOCRATS FOCUS ON JESSE HELMS 

BUNCH, STEWART REIO (LINCOLNTONI 

MAN CHARGED WITH BOMBING IN LINCOLNTON 

MAN HELD WITHOUT BOND IN LINCOLNTON BOMBING 

MAN SENTENCED IN BOMBING 



BUNDERS 



RS, RICHARD J. (CRUM C POPSTER) 
OFFICE BUILDING GOING ON FORMS R 



R GRANDMET LAND 

BUNDY, SAM (REP.) 

LEGISLATOR DIES AFTER HEART ATTACK 

BUNDY, STATE LEGISLATOR FROM PITT COUNTY, DIES 

LEGISLATOR NAMED TO FILL BUNDY 'S TERM 



BUNNi 



HERMAN ODE 
OBITUARY 



LL (DECEASED) 



SUNN, MARY MARGARET CARRINGTON (DECEASED) 
UB 1 I UA R Y 



BUNUEL, LUIS (FILMMAKER) 
TRIBUTE TO BUNUEL 

8U0NIC0NTI, NICK 

DUKE Classic 



y. raymond j. 
logii: wrong 



S CELEBRITIES PAY BACK FANS — AND HOW! 
ON YMCA. RECREaTIDN FEES 



,n''SJ!!„!-J'' Sf^'^^'S BEGIN ROUNDUP IN BIG DRUG BUST 
20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SWEEP 

BURCHAM. amy EVANS (DECEASED) 



SIT 
N F ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

S 2 "./IS/Bi All N 

5 2 7/14/93 A 1 N 



H 2 5/27/B3 A 9 N 
H 2 1/12/83 A 10 N 



S 2 1/22/93 A 3 N S83 
H 2 9/28/83 B 1 C N H60 



H 2 l/l<./83 D 10 N 
H 2 6/28/83 A 6 P N 



H 2 12/21/83 C I U 
S 2 11/01/83 A 5 N 



S 2 9/30/83 A ? N 
H 2 10/01/83 B 5 N 



H 2 a/07/83 C 9 



H 2 7/14/83 B 1 D U 

H 2 7/15/83 10 P F W66 



S 2 3/17/83 C 5 



H 2 5/11/83 A 1 P N 

H 2 5/18/83 C 2 N 

H 2 5/19/83 C 9 N 

H 2 6/10/93 A 6 N 



H 2 6/15/93 B 9 



S 2 2/04/83 C 1 P N F30 
H 2 2/04/83 B 1 N A54 



S 2 U/07/93 C 1 N 

H 2 12/29/93 A 5 L 

H 2 9/07/83 All 

H 2 6/03/83 B 1 P F W24 



S 2 


3/09/83 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


9/20/83 


B 


9 





H 2 


8/13/83 


A 


4 




S 2 


4/09/93 


A 


4 




H 2 


8/26/83 


A 


4 




H 2 


7/27/83 


A 


4 




H 2 
H 2 


5/09/83 
10/17/83 


A 
A 


5 
5 





H 1 1/12/83 B 1 N 
H 2 4/24/83 C 1 P N 



H 2 5/25/83 A 7 N 
H 2 5/26/83 A 13 N 
H 2 8/17/83 6 5 N 



H 2 9/15/93 



S 2 1/19/93 A 2 N 

H 2 1/20/83 A 15 P 

H 2 1/23/83 4 E 

H 2 2/04/83 4 3 N 



H 2 12/27/83 A 16 

H 2 7/20/83 C 9 

S 2 9/18/83 D 11 P N 

H 2 5/23/93 A 1 p N 881 

H 2 1/21/83 A 4 L 

H 2 4/17/83 C 2 



S 2 3/08/83 4 1 N 

H 2 3/09/93 A 1 P N A54 



ANNUAL IND£« bV NAMES PAfjE Jd 

l/Ol/aj - 1J/51/H3 1/17/64 



5 I T 

N f ELY 

P CI DATE C PG L P BYL 

QSITUARY H 2 2/l<./83 6 5 

BURDEN* EHMETT ri. 

HONESTY CALLED LOBBYIST'S P«I1»RY PRINCIPLE H 2 1/30/83 A 1 N 0<,6 

BUROICK, MAMIE C,, 

JOROAN iTuliENTS EARN PRAISE H 2 7/07/83 A ". L 

BUHFORO, ANN M. GQRSUCH 

POLITICAL KNIVES ARE OUT H 2 3/06/83 D ^ E 

LADY MACBURFQRD: "WHAT NEED h£ FEAR WHO KNOWS IT..." ICARTQON) H 2 3/06/83 <. T T R56 

FEMINIST ARROGANCE H 2 3/07/83 A ". E 

FULL DISCLOSURE AT THE EPA H 2 3/15/83 A <• E 

BURGERi MIKE (DURHAM FM ASSN.l , ,„, , „ 

DURHAM -HiMS" PLAN TALK WITH SPACE SHUTTLE S 2 a/0<i/83 A 1 P N K90 

^ rJlOCATIOn'aIO to COME AFTER CONDEMNATION S 2 2/02/83 A 1 N K90 

DOWNTOWN COMPANY NEEDS RELOCATION HELP H 2 11/04/83 A 4 L 

DEVELOPER TRIES NOT TO CHASE 3FF SHOP H 2 11/22/83 A 4 E 

HAM RADIO MEN TUNED TO SPACE SHUTTLE H 2 12/08/83 B 1 N B81 

°"'"^"aRREn'"8URgIr"nITTINg''sw^A?eJ''F0R supreme court, JUNIOR (CARTOON) H 2 2/0')/83 A 4 T T R56 

°"'"'^"i^ cSJrGED WITH BITING FINGER S 2 8/24/83 C 1 N 

POLICE SAY HAN BIT OFF A FINGER » 2 8/25/83 B 1 N 



"DOCK" lOECEASEDI 



2 12/01/83 C 7 



BURGESS, ORVILLE R. (OECEASEDI =/,,/=, . ,, n 

OBITUARY H 2 5/21/83 A 13 

BURGESS, WALTER LEE SR. (CHAPEL HILLl ,/5/./i.j . i o n 

OBITUARY " 2 2/2<>/83 A 19 

BURHANS, ROLLIN 5. Ill , , i/51/pi . i> u 

BURHANS WINS AWARD 5 2 »,/23/e3 A 13 N 

BURKE, BEVERLY (NEWS ANNOUNCER) ^ , ,,,,o/ai . , •. m 

DON SHEA LEAVING CHANNEL I 1 N= WS H 2 11/09/83 A 13 N 

= ""^^jAS^fR^lsVlli*SS^5ifUa°a[JisE H 3 l|/|3/|3 B I N 

MAN CHARGED S 2 12/13/83 A 2 N 

H 2 10/20/83 B 1 P F L3C 

BURKE. MICHAEL W. (ORANGE CO.) ^ , =/,,/=, r 1 M 

MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING H 3 5/11/83 CI N 

ORANGE MAN IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT S 2 5/11/33 A 19 N 

BURKEj^MIIKE^^^^ NUCLEAR ATTACK WAS TAME H 2 11/26/83 A 4 L 

*""''^Jl!m!ssE5: SELMA BURKE H 2 U/27/33 C 13 F 

BURKE, THOMAS EDWARD ( W INSTON-5 AL EM ) „ , ,,,„.,„, , ,■ „ 

SUPERVISOR KILLED AT FACTORY H 2 11/05/83 A 15 N 

BURKE, TILLIE SIMON (DECEASED) ,n/>a/m r 11 n 

OBITUARY H 2 10/28/83 C 11 

BURKE, WILLIAM DR. (UNC EDUCATION PROFESSOR) , , .,,,,., , , „ ,„. 

tEACHERS FACING TOUGHER COURS; STANDARDS S 2 9/31/83 C S '-°' 

UNC officials: DEFICIENT PROGRAMS CORRECTABLE H 2 9/19/83 B 1 N 

BURKETT, MARY ELIZABETH (NURSE) ^ , ,,,„,,., o 5 pu 

STATE NURSE QF YEAR FROM 6uK£ H 2 11/06/83 B 3 N 

BURKEY, ELI2ABETH P. (MEALS ON WHEfLS) )/35/o» > 1. 1 

FiJatERNITY aids PROGRAM H 2 2/22/83 A «. L 

BURKHEIMER, GRAHAM DR. (RESEARCH HIANGLE INSTITUTE) ,/,a/nJ .1 N FnS 

RTI TO GRADE ENGLISH INSTRUCTION S 2 3/29/83 A 1 N E05 

•DURHAM SALUTE- H 2 11/07/83 A 5 L 

°"'"'"E(JToSi''cLUB WORKS TO HELP 0T1ERS H 2 U/23/83 A 4 L 

BURNETT, RODNEY (MARINE CPL. FROM CHARLOTTE! <: i 1 , /r, 1 /o, B » u 

N.J. FAMILY TO VISIT WOUNDED MARINE S 2 11/01/83 B 8 N 

BURNETTE, BRENOA B. , _ , a/na/aTi 4 1 M KOn 

f.lW°nokVl.ilil'A'AT.,l°.'.ir,'h\. DURHAM CITY COUNCIL I j^f^^] N 

3 MORE JOIN COUNCIL RACE " | .V/iS/Sj , < ^ ll\ 

VOTE TO CHOOSE COUNCIL FINALISTS » | (9^92^§| f. I p c "' 

CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY " ' 10/09/83 u 2 P h 

CHALLENGERS LEAD INCUMBENTS 11 CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY H 2 10/12/83 A 1 N S51 

LOSING CANDIDATE SEEKS WRITE-IN VOTES FOR COUNCIL H 2 10/13/93 B I N S5l 

BURNETTE, DAVID ^ , ,>/ij/fl-» & n m 

MAN slain; 3 OTHERS MAYBE SHOT H | H/ 1/tl R ? N 

MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF MUROER " 2 12/13/93 6 1 N 

^"'"•"BlfuAR?'* "^"'■''^^ ""-'■' lOECE. SEOI „ 2 12/19/83 A 9 

BURNHAMj IdHGEONs'FINO WAY TO REDUCE RISK OF INFECTIONS IN ARTERIAL GRAFTS H 2 2/07/83 A 8 N 

BURNS, GEORGE (COMEDIAN) , , ,,,,.,■, „ « p 11 F75 

RADIO STARS MADE TRANSITION T3 FILM S 2 12/15/83 8 P U 1-2^ 

'"""^SbITUAR?" °* °"* '°"E*"°' H 2 8/21/83 B 2 

BURNS, ROBERT (DURHAM SUN CIRCULATION "GR.) a/ij/oi a 1 p n 

CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS 5 2 8/13/83 A 3 P N 

BURNS, WILLIAM L. "BILL" „ , ,,,-,T/ax a I p M i<.l 

6URNS: INTERSTATE BANKING ON WAY H 2 1/07/83 B 1 P N L41 

LOAN RATES TO STAY HIGH S 2 1/07/83 B 1 N SSJ 

CCB REPORTS 29 PERCENT RISE n PROFITS FOR 1982 H 2 j/l'/83 BIN 

CCa POSTS 29X PROFIT INCREASE FOR LAST YEAR S 2 1/ '/83 A ' N 

BURNS GIVEN CIVIC AWARD H 2 2/0/83 A 1 P N 

A GOOD CHOICE " 2 2/10/83 A 4 E 

INTEREST-TAX WITHHOLDING: BAD LEGISLATION H 2 2/10/93 A 4 L 



MONTHL y/a 



NNU*L INDEX 

^01/83 - 12/31/83 



NAMES 



BURRt 'LBEftr 

AUTHORlTieS S«V CARTHi&E MAN ULLED BY DEPUTY 

BURROjj^lJJ, jjEABTIS NATHANIEL IDECEASEOI 



BURROW, BESSIE 
WQMANt 73t 



ICEOAR FALLS] 
WALKED 20 MILES TO PAY BILL 



BuRTt MICHAEL Eugene 

POLICE ARREST 2 MORE MEN IN RUBBERY OF FOOD STORE 

BURTt RICHARD C. 

ADO TAX TO LEADED OAS 

8URTHEY, GRQVER 

CITY COMPLETES LAND BUYS FOR CIVIC CENTER AND HOTEL 

BURTON. BEDFORD 
OBITUARY 

BURTON, CLAUDE 5, OR. I DUKE I 

WARt I? BySTERY; tuRE UNCERTAIN 

BURTON 



N. 

PRE 



WILLIE M. YOUTHS ARE CERTIFIE:) AS VIOLENT 



BURTON, 
BURTON. 



Gary (917 Rome ave 
unty hunter's ca"" 



RO SENDS ROBBER RUNNING 

JAMES CLIFTON lOECEASEDI 
■ IN F 



DURHAM HAN. <.;, DROWNS 
BURTON. OTTDWAY 



FALLS LAKE 
SUITS Fi'LEO BY INGRAM, EX-PARTNER 

SHOULD WE PICK POLITICIANS WHO PROMISE BACH? 



BUSBY, PHILIP F. JR 
PUBLIC RADIO: 



bush. george 
haverick s 

vice president will attend dec. 6 dinner for helms 
bush to speak at helms fund-raising dinner 
bush to speak at helms dinner 
bush urges votes for reagan. helms 

busse, ewalo w. 

or. busse gets medical honor 
duke psychiatry prof cited 

BUTkOVICH. BERNARD 

DOCUMENTS SHOW AGENT THOUGHT POLICE ALREADY KNEW OF ANTI-KLAN RALLY 

BUTLER. BRETT 

BUTLER STILL CONFIDENT 

A BRAVES' NEW world: FOR WATSDN, BUTLER'S PROGRESS IS ELEMENTARY 

butler. clifford roosevelt 
pharmacist, eckerd sued 

butler. linda k. 
exotic animals 

Butler, mason (person cq.i 

5^?i^SA£Vfss!!ao^?si^°oiSoi;irFar?R'i'!!e°"'" 

'"'''§fE??S^?s'T''0N''"AGI(irfo^^??iK^^"- °' "EDIC.NE. 

Butler, ruby (stabbing victimi 
WOMAN IS stabbed in row 

DURHAM WOMAN STABBED 



PAGE 39 
1/17/64 



5 I T 

N E Ely 

. P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

S I 2/10/n3 A 1 P N 563 

H 2 6/22/63 A <. P L 

H 2 3/l'./a3 a 1 N 

H 2 2/20/83 A 22 N 

H 2 11/03/83 A 15 

H 2 2/26/83 C 6 F 

H 2 9/02/83 A 9 N 

S 2 1/07/83 A 4 L 

S 2 6/04/63 A 1 N M23 

H 2 2/02/63 C <. 

H 2 12/22/83 A 10 N 



H 2 i/17/83 ". 

H 2 7/01/83 A 5 

H 2 8/31/83 A <, 

H 2 9/13/83 B 1 

H 2 8/09/63 B 6 

H 2 2/02/63 A 7 

H 2 9/23/83 A 5 



H 2 5/16/63 A 4 

H 2 11/16/83 A 9 

H 2 12/06/63 A 3 

S 2 12/06/83 C 2 

H 2 12/07/63 A 8 



S 2 6/01/83 A 10 
H 2 6/02/83 C 1 1 



H 2 11/14/83 A 



N A54 

N 

N 



S 2 3/29/83 B 2 P F P55 
H 2 8/21/83 C 2 P F M71 



H 2 3/29/83 B 5 
H 2 2/26/83 A 5 



H 1 9/28/83 B I 
H 1 10/25/83 B 1 



H 2 2/09/93 4 8 



H 2 4/09/63 A 10 
5 2 4/09/83 A 14 



BODING SATURDAY WAS A TRUE FAMILY AFFAIR 
BUTTERS. TOM 

Sa^55?rAih3? |;??Jr?° INDICTMENT OF SLOAN 
BUTTERS' INJUDICIOUS COMMENT 
DURHAM WILL OUTLAST DUKE. MR. BUTTERS 
AND THE POSTS CAME TUMBLING DOWN... 

BYNUM, SIM lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BYRO. ALD05TIN (SMITHFIELOl 

SUSPECT IN SHOOTING is KILLED 

BYRO. CAROL JAMES (ROXBOROI 
PERSON WOMAN KILLED 

BYRO. CARSON (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BYRO, CHARLIE 

CHARLIE BYRO TO GIVE WORKSHOP 

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT: WHAT TO DO. WHERE TO GO 

A MANY-SPLENOOREO SOUND FROM CHARLIE BYPD'S GUITAR 

BYRO. DUVAL (GOLDEN CORRALl 

THEIR ROMANCE READS LIKE MOVIE PLOT 

BYRO. DWANE JR. 

BYRO RIDING HIGH 

BYRO. HENRY C, ICREENSBOROI 

f't^LlLlJ'"?"^ charSS given in shootout case 

6 KLANSMEN, 3 NAZIS INDICTED 

Jrfryjt.ISJJtcJ^L^^'^ WEEK I-l GREENSBORO 

STATE DISMISSES PERJURY CHARG= 

AREA BRIEFS: GREENSBORO 

f9'-iil?*'*.5*15 DEFENDANT THREATENED TO SUE OFFICERS 

i<:!!'rE^T?ijEj''?!riiii:ig? "* "^'^"«^ ^"*«" ""^ 

BYRO, JOSEPH ANO SHEREE 



H 2 12/04/83 E 2 P F J40 



H 2 9/27/83 B 1 P N S9I 

H 2 11/01/93 B 2 U D71 

H 2 11/08/83 A 4 E 

H 2 11/16/83 A 4 L 

H 2 11/22/83 8 2 P F M71 



H 2 3/04/83 C 6 

H 2 3/03/93 A 22 N 

H 2 4/04/93 B 1 N 

H 2 10/03/63 6 7 



S 2 1/20/63 12 N 
H 2 1/28/83 6 P N 
H 2 4/29/93 7 P R S66 



H 2 11/06/93 E 2 P F H45 
S 2 7/13/93 8 3 P N 



S 2 4/21/93 A 1 N 

H 2 4/22/83 A 1 P N 

H 2 6/12/93 C 7 N 

H 2 6/15/83 A 15 N 

H 1 6/16/83 B 1 N 

H 2 6/18/63 A 8 N 

H 2 6/21/83 A 6 N 

H 2 7/16/S3 A 6 N 



HUNT MLV/*N 



./'ot/aj'" - i1/ii?a 



NAMES 



couar vACiTES oeaIm penalty 

BYDOi LUNA CATES 
OBITUARY 

BYROt HAQGIE ICHARLOTTEI 
QBiru'RIES 

BYRO. ROBERT 0. lASST. STATE SUPT.l 

UNC OFFICIALS: DEFICIENT PROOAMS CORRECTABLE 

BYROi RUTH M. lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BYRD, WALTER JAHES (5«ITHFIELD1 

SUSPECT IN SMOOTINC IS KILLED 

BVROi WILLIAM ERNEST jR. lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

*'""''JanI''byRNE WITH CAST AND CRUTtM: SEE JANE RUN ANYWAY ICARTOONl 



CAB6Y, RICHARD E, 
'MUMMY MUROe 



OFF-AGAIN 

RS" CASE CONVICTHNS ARE UPHELD 



"°"S*U i\m\^ AFTER STANDOFF 

DURHAM MAN TAKES PSYCHIATRIC EXAMS 

'^*°-*kiN5'vIc?°S5isi5jNf ;iNS JAYC^ES- SERVICE AWARD 
CAOWALLADER RECEIVES TOP JAYCEE HONOR 
UNITED WAY SEEK RECORD 11.5 MILLION 
UNITED WAY KICKOFF SET 

HUMAN CHAIN KICKS OFF DRIVE F^l R JNITEO WAY 
UNITED WAY SEEKS 13 MILLION BY '97 
UNITED WAY REACHES 30X OF DURHAM GOAL 
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN HITS '•6.7 PERCENT OF GOAL 
UNITED WAY REACHES <.7 PERCENT OF ITS GOAL 
UNITED WAY DRIVE NOW AT 1932.185 
UNITED WAY SURPASSES GOAL 

UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN TOPS GOAL BY 122.763 
POSITIVE ATTITUDE AIDS UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN 
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN SUCCESS DEFIES SKEPTICS 

CAESAR, Shirley , », , 

CROWD OVERFLOWS AT SINGER'S wEOOING 

'•LEFT-WING MEDIA UNFAIR' TO H?LMS 
YES TO LETTER CONTENTS; NO TO RESPONSE 

TAICF* JflHWNY 

THE 'HOT BLADES' HAVE ADVANTAGE FOR HERALD-SUN 
HlLLANDALE'S 'FEARSOME FOUR' SHORT BUT SHAKY 

CALDWELL, EO ICHAPEL HILLI 

EDUCATION A FAMILY TRAIT 

CALDWELL. ISABEL BREWER ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

CALDWELL. JESSE BURGOYNE OR. (GAST3NIA) 

UNC HONORS SIX FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO MEDICINE, EDUCATION 

CALDWELL, JOHN T. OR. „,.„,, ,,„. 

CALOwELL WILL SPEAK AT LAKE DEDICATION 

CALDWELL, LARRY 

HAN STRUCK BY TRAIN ' 

MAN LOSES 2 FINGERS WHEN STRUtK 3Y TRAIN 

CALOWELL, LUCILLE lASHEVILLEl 

HOUSE PROBLEM PROMPTS TALKS 
TALKS ABOUT HOUSE SOUGHT 

CALDWELL, MIKE (BASEBALL PLAYERI 

SpHtER or not, CALDWELL'S IMAGE STILL GOOD CURVE 

CALDWELL, WILSON ICHAPEL HILL'S FUST BLACK SCHOOLI 
EDUCATION A FAMILY TRAIT 

CALHOON, RICHARO P. lUNC; D6CEASEDI 

RICHARD CALHOON. prJfessor EM=RITUS 

CALHOON. ROY BEN IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CALIFF. POPEBT DR. 

DUKE PROMOTES SIX 

'■*''"*n'E!'SehINo''oThERS in MICROELECTRONICS. OFFICIAL SAYS 

CALLAHAN, OARLENE "ETTY (ASMEVILLEI 
2 HEN SENTENCED FOR KiDNAPPINj 
BIKE GANG LEADER GETS PRISON TERM 
U.S. ATTORNEY IS THREATENED WITH CONTEHPT 

"'•'•'SSSf 35W'8?RS°?«?S?S"eS}: 'GET INVOLVED IN POLITICS' 

callis, Chris idurham postmaster) 
stress new slogan 

CALLIS: MAIL still POPULAR 

MRS. CALLIS IS DURHAM'S POSTMASTER 

'*^*"AJht?''^iEM^fe;!?l iS^irA^nS^E' Italy fire victims 

^*"*"j:c:'Fiii£?^s iiniis;is'kfeu 

CAMERON, CAROLINE 



RON, C 

will! 



E M. HOME has legal SNAO 

CAMERON, GERALOINE IRE7IRED COUNTY SCHOOL S^EMPLOYEE I 

REhRED SCHOOL EMPLOYEES REMINISCE ABOUT OLD DAYS 

CamERONj^KEITh_ (.„|,g|,,. DEBATE COMTINUES 

CAMERON, LARCINA VANHOOK IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 















'\'Ai,ii 


N E 

P 


DATE 


1 

C 


?G 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P BYL 




H 2 


8/10/83 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


4/02/63 


B 


c 









H 2 


5/L3/83 


A 


10 









H 2 


9/15/83 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


'./25/83 


A 


8 









H 2 


3/03/83 


A 


22 




N 




H 2 


6/18/83 


c 


10 









H 2 
H 2 


3/19/83 
3/20/S3 


A 




4 

4 


T 


T R56 

E 




H 1 


1/29/83 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 
S 2 


5/13/83 
5/13/83 


B 

c 


I 
1 


P 


N A54 
N 




H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 

^2 

II 

H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 

5 1 


2/09/83 

2/09/83 

8/31/83 

9/03/83 

9/20/83 

9/20/83 

10/11/83 

10/18/83 

10/19/83 

10/26/83 

11/11/83 

11/12/83 

11/12/83 

11/15/83 


B 
C 
A 

A 
A 
A 
A 

A 
B 

a 

A 
B 
A 
A 


1 
16 

1 
3 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
3 
4 


P 
P 

P 

P 


N L41 
N 

N T32 
N T32 
N L41 
N T32 
N COS 
N C60 
N L41 
N L41 

N C6a 

N L4I 
N C60 

E 




H 2 


6/27/83 


9 


1 


P 


N 




S 2 
S 2 


10/06/83 
10/l<./83 


A 
A 


4 

4 




L 
L 




H 2 
H 2 


6/29/83 
6/30/83 


c 

D 


1 
1 


P 
P 


G P0 7 
G P07 




H 2 


9/26/83 


a 


1 


p 


F H90 




H 2 


3/30/93 


c 


4 









H 2 


3/31/83 


B 


6 


P 


N 




H 2 


<,/02/83 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 
H 2 


7/29/83 
7/30/83 


c 
c 


1 
ID 




N 
N 




H 3 
S 2 


7/13/83 
7/13/83 


B 
A 


1 
8 




N M36 

N 




H 2 


1/09/83 


e 


12 


p 


F M71 




H 2 


9/26/83 


a 




P 


F H90 




H 2 


5/20/83 


c 




p 







H 2 


5/09/83 


B 











S 2 


8/03/83 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


',/ll/93 


a 






N 630 




H 2 

H 2 
H 2 


3/11/83 
4/22/83 
6/01/93 


A 
A 
A 


I 1 
13 




N 
N 

N 




H 2 


6/23/83 


a 




P 


N L41 




5 2 
S 2 

H 2 


6/l<./83 
6/27/83 
7/01/83 


B 

c 

A 


12 


P 


P T37 
N C05 

N 




H 2 


2/16/83 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


10/25/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


a/06/83 


A 






L 




H 2 


10/09/83 


b 




P 


U L57 




S 2 


7/06/83 


A 






L 




H 2 


6/25/83 


A 


10 




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DATE 



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MEN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 



RON, PHYLLIS ICAROLINA CA8, CHAPEL HILLI 
CAROLINA CA8i PAYDAYS. WEEKENIS AND SNO 



OW HAKE IT GO 



CAMERON, TOMfKA 1. lOECEASEOI 
OBl TUART 



CAMERONi WILLIAM M. JR. 
JUDGE APPOINTED 



(JACKSONVILLE LAWYeRI 



Camp, JIM 

exclusion from trip irks hammtnds 
camp going industry-hunting h japan 
visitation program lauded 
8 durham firms to add 2,000 jibs 
german plant moving to county 

Campbell, anthony lenarr (Chapel hilli 

POLICE Charge Sfcond man ON DRUG COUNTS 
ARRESTS MOUNT IN DRUG PROBE 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES (FORMER BREVARD, N.C. HAYORI 
BREVARD MAYOR DROPS CHALLENGE 

CAMPBELL, DENNIS MARION DR. 

INSTALLATION OF DEAN SET FOR APRIL T 

DEAN OF DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL OFFICIALLY INSTALLED 

CAMPBELL INSTALLED AS DIVINITY DEAN 

BIG DAY FOR THE CHURCH 

DIVINITY SCHOOL DEAN CITES SCHOOL'S STRENGTHS 

SCHOLARLY DEBATE REQUIRES PROOF 

CAMPBELL, EDMARD HENRY .... 
CAMPBELL, 'COUNTRY PR 

CAMPBELL, FRANKI5 M. (CLAY CO. 

JURY INDICT5 12 IN VOTE PROBE 

VOTE-BUYING CHARGES BEING TRIED 

FIVf WITNESSES SAY THEY WERE 'AID TO VOTE 

FOUR PEOPLE CONVICTED OF VOTE-BUYING CHARGES 

SEVEN SENTENCED IN VOTE-BUYIn: SCHEME 



ITEY" REV. ( TRIPLETTl 
EACME-- 



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CAMPBELL, JESSIE JAMES WFBB (ASHEB3R0 
CAR HITS GROUP LEAVING PARTY 



CAMPBELL, 

CHA(>EL HILL MAN FACE 



JIMMY (CHAPEL HILLI 
- - _L HILL MAN FACES LS 
ARRESTS MOUNT IN DRUG PROBE 



LSD CDuvrs 



CAMPBELL, JOHN ALLEN (CHAPEL HILLI 
MAN HELD IN ROBBERY OF STATIOy 
SILVERWARE LOCATED 
THEFT LEADS TO GREENSBORO 

CAMPBELL, LISA (MRS. DENNIS MARION CAMPBELL! 
NEW CHAIRMAN TAKES RElNS OF BALL SOCIETY 

CAMPBELL, MALISSA (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



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CAMPBELL, NATHANIEL (CARRBOROI 
CARSbORO man SHOT 

CAMPBELL, ORVILLE 

JUDGE BLOCKS CHAPEL HILL FOUNDATION'S CABLE STOCK SALE 
TOWN'S SUIT MALTS SALE OF VILLAGE CABLE STOCK 

CAMPBELI^i PATRICIA CDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CAMPBELL, Ray (TOBACCO SPECIALIST! 
HIGHER DUALITY LEAF SOUGHT 

CAMPBELL, SANTONIO STEELING (CHAPEL HILLI 
YOUTM HURT IN ACCIDENT 

CAMPBELL, TOM (DURHAM CITY COUNCILI 

CRITIC OF RATE PLAN ANGERS CAMPBELL 

DUKE OFFICIAL RAPS WATER RATE PLAN 

puKE OFFICIAL PROTESTS PLAN FIR WATER RATES 

COUNCIL APPROVES J51.4 MILLION BUDGET 

COUNCIL UNFAIR ON CITY WATER <ATES 

GROUP ENDING HAZARDOUS WASTE MEETS 

CITY COUNCIL WATER RATE VOTE JNFAIR 

HAZARDOUS WASTE RULES URGED F3 R CITY 

8A°;i2^^l:r*So5E'?'""-'- "O'ES-'N^IOE WARD 1 

c'ffiltM^a'M^I^SES^LSI?^' DEVELOPERS 

9iJi,5H''?9''I.5°5, 'FESTIVAL AN INVESTMENT IN FUTURE 

COUNCIL TO GET CENTER REPORTS 

CIVIC CENTER SPENDING POLICY SET 

CAMPBELL NAMED TO HAYTI'S BOA) 

COUNCIL CHAIRMEN NAMED 

CAMPBELL, WAYNE 

10,000 NEW JOBS SEEN FDR DURHAM 
CLUB IDENTITY CLARIFIED 

CANADA, MARY (PERKINS LIBRARYI ' 

MlRY CANADA DAY 

CANFIELD, ANDREW (CQLUMBUS, GA.I 

sEaJching FOR PaThEr 

CANION, KEVIN 

SUSPEif ARRESTED IN »4,660 TH= F T 

CANNADA, DORR IT 

TESTIMONY BFGINS IN CHAPEL HILL SUIT 
CANNAOA OIEO OF CHEST INJURIES 

^i:Ji?^jEt"!L5??? i:t' '° ""'" '"'' 

JKSJ I?£^^Fs°cISn5II ll'il' °"'" ^"'' '°°" 

JURY Clears chapel hill, driver in death 

C*NNAOYj E^LA LIPSCOMB (CENTENARIAN! 
CANNAOY, JOHN (OECEASEOl 



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J91TUARY 

CANN4DY, LeSTER IDEC6A5E01 
DBITUSRY 

^"""S!>.''fiSA i'ip"S^i'inH fin-Rr.GiNr. "2 vi2/»3 . ? 

'^"""SUAjCfc'HAPGE IS F1L50 

^"""jiNsy-^'p.rASfgs^tT^ts'jiARoc-s 

^""•°~Etoi'?rLt^EaE-*Th'?S£^isri;A'»s^'4roA;"°"' » > -^^/'^ » > ^ - 

""""SfAbSil: REAL ANO M.KE-6FLIEVE: HEPCRTER-S BIOGRAPH, „HETS APPETITE... H 2 I/IS/SJ D 3 P U H-9 

CANNON.^.UBY^HOGAN ^CHl JA^CROVE 1^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^ HEREDITARY DISEASE 

CANNON. MILL JAM B. BISHOP HONORARY DOCTORATES 

SeThjSiSTS CA^L ON S.C. BISHO' FOR MODERATE VOICE 

""""sur^ifi^iaa^irss^T -ashin-.thn « ^ '^'»'" ° 7 » n G6e 

CANIU, HANUEL 5 2 5/05/BS A 12 N 

ASSAULT IS CHARGED 

"''"ioi^??'?cSdOLS NEED BLACK ADVISORY PANEL 5 2 7/13/93 A <, L 

^*'^'3iR;^2n;^rS-|?ST^SE?D"^§"R'IlLL?Sn;^FblE'-n«AN "2 1/27/B3AZI N 

= *^^^UifiS;-^^h5?TsSrol''a.?15£rl5'T4HE NEEDS A PROPOSAL "2 3/09/B3C 1 U-TI 

CAPOTE, TRUM.N^^^ ^^^^„^. ^^^^ .j^q^.^lE GIFT S ^ '2'"/" <= ' ^ ° " "' 

CAPP5, EARL (TOBACCO AUCTinNEERI H 2 9/02/83 D 1 P F u66 

flHE OF THE AUTUMN RITES 

CAPPS, &EOOGE ITRuCkFR hilled 3Y S'llPE" FlREl „ 2 2/02/83 A 1 - N 

SLAYING HAKES TRUCKERS haRY H 2 2/a3/B3 A <. E 



S 2 './11/S3 A 3 N 

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PCCICE -UP AGAINST BRICK ",1-L' ON TRUCKER'S SLAYING 2/l'./83 3 7 P F 

FOR CAPPS- MIOOW, LIFE -WILL ^EVER Be B'^K TO NORMAL - -..- 

NO NEW LEADS BEPORTEO IN KILLING OF N.C. TRUCK DRIVER 



VER DURIIlO STRIKE H 2 3/10/83 A 22 



^'"^F0il!GK°??A0E ZONE -AY START IN OCTO.FR | | %'AVAl E i N l|| 

TRADE ZONE APPROVAL EXPECTED ME<T MONTH „ 2 9/19/33 A 1 P N N36 

FOREIGN TRADE ZONE TO BRING J''B5 „„., H 2 U/09/83 B 1 N L".! 

- '- ■-■ ■ ■"» = ""■■ ^ 2 11/19/63 CI N L<rl 



FOREIGN TRADE ZONE GETS V h„ J J?'"""- 
TRADE ZONE DRAkS FIRMS- INTEREST 



CaRA-AN, VERNA .. H 2 5/16/83 6 5 

OBITUARY 

CARBINE^ PAT jM^. ^g-^JIigfj^E „o«ES IN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. LUNCHEON S 2 2/22/83 « | ^ ;j 

PROFESSOR RECEIVES PEGGY MANN AWARD 

CARD, WILBUR WADE "CAP" H 2 7/17/83 C 1 P U L57 

HE BROUGHT BASKETBALL TO THE iIATE 

CABOEN, BILLY (HlLLSBOROUGHl H 2 5/26/83 C IB 

OBITUARY 

CAROEN. CECIL C. H 2 11/07/83 A 5 L 

■• HAKE ROXBORO ROAD SAFER 

CAROEN, JOSEPH ALBERT IDECEASEOl H 2 8/l',/83 C 13 

OBITUARY 

tARQEN. LOY SYLVESTER JR. S 2 3/16/33 3 J, JJ 

"- "^3;n DIES OF GUNSHOT wOuND H 2 3/17/83 C 19 

OBITUARY 

"^^^E;oarT"p\iCANTS GIVE THEIR VIEWS ON ISSUES ^ ^ '^^'^''' ' ' "''' 

CAROIN, MELVIN H. JR. IDECEASEOl H 2 1/26/83 A 12 

OBITUARY 

H 2 9/02/83 C 7 N 

CAREY, JAMES LEWIS , S 2 6/07/63 B I N 

MAN CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

H 2 8/19/83 All N 

H 2 2/07/83 A A L 

H 2 5/17/83 A 5 " N 



'"'"AAfi^SlRbES'^N BREAK-IN 



■^'"''USvICE'^EA^i^-E-BERS H006L =ASh,ONS AT BRUNCH 

CARLISLE, HERBERT hcGhEE IBLOUNTS ZREEKI H 2 12/09/83 C 7 

OBITUARY 



'si^U'i^h ^^^'n^^'i^^^^^^^ 



H 2 1/12/93 A 1 ^ ... 
H 2 1/15/83 CI F B51 



CARLTON, JAMES IBETHESOA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.l „ 2 9/12/83 A 3 P P F70 
DEDICATION 

CARLTON, LONNIE IDECEASEOl H 2 8/28/83 B 2 
OBITUARY 

H 2 3/09/33 A <. E 

H 2 9/01/93 C 1 P F J^O 



'''''blhl'!°nhim"AhL\ WORK 

"""•^SSE^ilS^^^oSi'^iK^^ATohK-VriJi^l^SSiL YEAR 
CARNER, JOANNE 



MONTH 



LY/ANNU4L INDEX 

1/01/85 - 1^/31/83 



N 4 M E S 



■eiG MAHJ- LIKES LPCA youngstfrs 

ns. garner seers win as menre30n npens 
Carney. Gladys 

Ltr THE 8UYEK BE.<ARE 



^*"^fXl ./'"fS REV. IHQNDt'RASI 

tSlBurE TO fATM?S CarnEy 

CARNEY. LYNDA n, 

PaLtCE SHOULD BE MORE RESPONSIVE 

CAHOLINAi MANNIE 

POLICE ARREST ^ DURHAM MEN ON DRUG CHARGES 
3 ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID! 1 ES:*PES 

CARPENJES. OAVIO WILLIAMS DR. 
CARPENTER. DENNIS IPA.J 

N.c. MAN Turns hobby into business 
carpenter. dora keith loeceasedi 

Carpenter, Eugene samuel 

HOCKSHOP OhINER ACCUSED OF TWO METALS VIOLATIONS 

CARPENTER. I. A. 

'ALL-AMERICA CITY"? 

'""sji'jod^t^s'^APi-pjiJi^r^Evggrni^ ''""''' """"^" 

CARPENTER. MARCUS G. SR. 

HIGHWAYS POLLUTING OUR CITY 

CARPENTER, SCOTT 

NEGATIVE STORIES AFFRONTS TO J . S. PAN AM EFFORT 

CARR. ELfZABETH JAMISON IDECEASEDJ 
081 TUARY 

CARR, JAMES L. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: ON THE JURY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE S3CIAL SET 

RULES TIGHTENED ON CHILD-SUPP3 RT PAYMENTS 

CARR, JULIAN SHAKESPEARE 
HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: 



HAD GOOD BEGINNING 



CARR. PAUL (Raleigh developer) 

DEVELOPER SEEKS SWAP TO AVOID SUIT 

CARR. RONNIE (ORANGEBURG. S.C.I 

CARR FINDS LIFE AFTER BASKETBALL 

CARR. WATTS JR. 

REPLY TO "FRIENfl' 

A VALUED EMPLOYEE 

NCCU TRUSTEE: BOARD OF G0VERN3RS TOO POWERFUL 

FRIDAY: TRUSTEES DO CONSTRUCTIVE WORK 

BOARDS SHOULDN'T BE 'POLITICAL FOOTBALLS' 

CABRAWAY. PETE (GREENVILLEI 
HUNT WANTS 51 PAY HUE 

CARRELL, NAOIA 

EDITORS UNREASONABLE 

ER, G. B. "BUD" JR. 

I^SI;?!J'5L5iJ5 RECOVERY WILL 3Er,IN RY SPRING IN N.C. 
BANKER PREDICTS SLOWER GROWTH IN SECOND HALF 
CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT PREDICTED FOR ECONOMY 

CARRIGAn. FRANCES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE'S DARKEST MOMENTS 

CARRINGTON. DEBBIE 

N.C. JURISTS ARE JUDGED IN SECRET 

CARRINGTON, ELIZABETH SCOTT INURSIWG EDUCATORI 
UNC wIlL award 5 HONORARY OEG'EES 

MS. CARRINGTON, BOWLES, 

3 GET UNC AWARDS 

CARRINGTON. HENRY PAGE 

ALLEGED ESCAPEE ARRESTED 
POLICE NAB ESCAPEE 



FOSCUE RECEIVE AWARDS 



CARRI 



NGTON, JERRY ( YOUNGS V I LL £ I 
ERANKtiN MAN K IllEB 1n WRtCK 



C*«i>aij^j^ANNjE COUCH (DECEASED) 
CARROLL. BERNARD JAMFS OR. 

BUKE PSYCHIATRIST Called father of depression test 

CARROLL. BILL (FISHERMAN) 

LUNKER BASS FROM A FARM POND 

CARRDLL, CHARLES MONROE 
OBITUARY 



Carroll 

RE ...,.^., 

ADMIRAL URGES ARMS HALT 



fehll^§^i!SM/RAi:''Exii!¥I'Suf2?.S'5!r' INFORMATION, 



CARROLL. JAMES E. (COLUMBUS CO.) 

DRUG CHARGES BRING S-YEAR PRISON TERM 
CARROLL GETS SIX-MONTH PRISON TERM 

CARROLL, JODIE JACKSON (BAHAMA! 

OBIT UAR Y , 

CARROLL, TERESA 

CARROLL PREPARES FOR CONTEST 

CARROLL, TIM (DEPUTY SHERIFF) 
CAR DRAGS DEPUTY ?0 FEET 
TWO DEPUTIES ASSAULTED 
DEPUTY'S CAR SUSTAINS MINOR DAMAGE 

CARROW, HILL IRALEIGHI 







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LOCALE FOK SPQRJS FESTIVAL H ? V/l^J/nj 6 ? P N 07 1 

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CA««OWAY, 4NN[E REBNTCE FULLER 1 H IL L SUOHOuGM 1 ,,„-,„, , , „ „ ... 

NEU LAyYES ASKEO FOR RQBaiNS H 2 2/05/83 C ° "< ?5l 

JUDGE yON'I UNSHACKLE OEFENDANI IN 2 5LAYINGS H 2 9/17/83 B 1 P N 582 

CARSON, LOUISE RIGCSBEE lOECEASEOl «/r,«/o-, r 5 n 

OBITUARY H J 8/05/83 C 5 



CARSON. WILBUR ERIC "PETE" (HICHlGANI lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 



2 12/15/83 A 18 n 



CaRSWELLj WILLIAM JOSEPH SR. ,/,k/«, r i n 

OBITUARY H 2 1/16/83 C 4 

'^*""40IFIclTI0N5"tN's«ALL BUSINESS TAX ARE URGED BY TEER COMPANY OFFICIAL H 2 7/10/83 C 4 P N 

OURHAM BuILOER SUPPORTS TAX BILL BEFORE CONGRESS H 2 10/06/B3 A 22 P N CI 

'■"""lEANINg'uATER COULO COST CITY 17 MILLION S 2 10/11/83 C 1 «J K90 

CARTER, CHARLES RUSSELL II ICHAPEL HILLI s/r,o,o, o , u 

". TEENS CHARGED WITH CAR BREA<-INS H 2 5/09/83 B I N 

CARTER, CLARK AND SHIRLEY (CALOHELL CO. I „^^, ,, -, c/r,-,/Q-i . i ■> m 

CiLDWELL COUPLE ARREST60 ON CHILD ABUSE CHARGES H 2 5/07/83 A 12 N 

Carter, ena drennon ioeceasedi 7/,c/aT « <; n 

OBITUARY H 2 7/25/83 B 5 

Carter, everiti a. irancho bernaroi ,, calif, i ,/,^/ii, r i u 

ENGINEERING SCHOOL CITES THRES GRADS H 2 3/26/83 C 1 N 

"""oLKflpouND'HERE: WITH THE S=NIQR SET H 2 3/05/83 B 1 g y 

PRESIOEHIIAL GREETING 5 2 8/05/83 C 7 P P S76 

CARTER, JAMES IFOOTBALL COACHI ,/n1/01 r 1 M rnq 

CARTER THE PICK AT DHS7 S 2 2/03/83 CI '^ '-°^ 

CARTER REPORTEDLY ACCEPTS DHS JOB H 2 2/0J/83 C ' '^ ^,^ 

CARTER HIRED AS DURHAM FOOTBALL COaCh H 2 2/08/33 B 2 P N C36 

DHS NAMES CARTER ^ 2 2/03/83 d 2 N 

■I LIKE THAI CHALLENGE- SO SAYS JAMES CARTER, THE INITIATOR OF ... H 2 a/0<./83 D J P F "6 

CARTER DEBUTS WITH BULLDOGS TTNIGHT S 2 6/26/83 D I P N C09 

"""ll PROMOTED St'ouKE MEDICAL CENTER H 2 5/26/83 A 10 N 

CARTER, JESSE ICHAPEL HILLI , , 5 , i/37/ni r i n 

FAlLInS tree kills CHAPEL H I L'. MAN S 2 l/|'/B3 C I D 

ACCIDENT FATAL 10 J.C. CARTER H 2 1/28/83 C 6 

'^"""0N0irE''AND"plEs!DENTIAL HOPEFULS: JI-MY WHO?! ICARTOONl H 2 2/2<./83 A ^ J J «56 

THE CARTER CRISIS: A FLAIR OF FICTION H 2 3/06/83 J J » "'•'' 

FORMER PRESIDENT, FAMILY VISIT SISTER IN FAYETTEVlLLE H 2 6/02/83 A ) P N 

MR. CARTER'S TACKY SPEECH H | JC?5/S, n t f 

CARTER EDITORIAL -ASININE' H 2 6/12/J3 



GLOBAL TOMORROW 



2 6/21/83 A <. L 



ABRAHAM LINCOLN: OF COURSE. SOME OF THE TIME YOU ONLY NEED. . . I C ART OON 1 H 2 6/30/83 « J T T 
BRIEFING book: MAKING MOUNTAIN OF MOLE STEAL H 2 7/02/S3 A 4 E 

DEMOCRATS OON-T STOOP TO STEALING SECRETS H 2 7/07/83 



PILFERED BINDERS AND BATTLE PLANS 



2 7/08/B3 A 4 P U H<,9 



BRIEFING BOOK SCANDAL RAISES LEGAL QUESTIONS H 2 7/09/83 « * L 

GENTLEMANLY RESTRAINT " | I/n1/Bl R ? U 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE'S LIK- THAT H 2 |/03/B3 8 j g U 

CARTER MOURNS AS SISTER BURIE5 H 2 9/29/83 A 1 P N 

'^*""he'-WaI''tOP GRADUATE IN NCCU BUSINESS SCHOOL H 2 5/13/83 B 2 P F 

''""oSlTiJRY^'"^ IOECEASEDI „ ^ 7/22/83 C 5 

'^*""giY''S?R:^S''^5R}E5iM§:'NCSU PROFESSOR EMERITUS H 2 6/18/83 C 10 N 

CARTER. THOMAS^ ASKED FOR R06BINS H 2 2/D|/fl3 C I » JJ B51 

STEPHENS ASKS LAWYER TQ BF RE'LACEO S 2 V/nt/l\ 5 f N B51 

LAWYER ON CASE PANDING HEARIn; H 2 |/D8/B3 B I N B| I 

LAWYER SUSPENDEI FOR 60 DAYS » ' VAVyii ? \ S F30 

SHEFFIELD BARREO FROM COURT W3 RK S 2 3/29/33 A 3 N fju 

CARTER. ^TONY }5«5TLER^^^^^^^^,^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ <.- 11 . . . H 2 2/11/83 C 4 P F C36 

CARTER. W. HORACE ITABOR CITY TRIB/NEI , ^ , ., „ , i/ii/m r 1 P N 

Five JOURNALISTS NAMfD TO HALl OF FAME AI UNC H 2 3/3/83 C » N 

HALL OF FAMERS INDUCTED AT UNC H 2 "./IB/SJ i 1 N 

''""qSiVJaRy" ■""" "''"^" " 2 1/12/83 A 9 Q 

CARTER. WALTER L. '"*LE1GH PQLICEI ^, „ , 4/no/o-i A 5 N 

JURY (SULES IN FAVOR OF POLICEMEN H 2 'i/OI/Oi A 1 N 

CARTER. WILLIAM ANTHONY IWABASH S T, I , ,, /„,/„, B 4 N 

TWO MfN CHARGED WITH FORGING CHECKS " ^ 12/01/83 4 N 

"""?^L^l'u^u^ci'"AEiE'?'^F°?'ys"iu.HA, h2 6/25/33 b idu 

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CARVER. GORDON M, JR. OR. I SURGEON! in/jl/m B 1 P u L57 

IN -405, HE WAS 00-IT-ALL ATHLETE H 2 10/23/83 B 1 I' U L3f 

C»''>'EgS "5]E/E*I>BY „ 5/20/83 C 4 

OMTUARY „ 2 5/21^33 4,3 q 

'^'"""{GINS'ciRVER'oF^ARRINGTON CHUNTY'S TEACHER OF THE YEAR H 2 U/|2/83 B ' " j;* -" 

14 COUNTY TEACHERS WILL RECEIVE GRANTS S 2 11/22/83 A 5 N L05 

""'"iBERTY-'haRKET will be RENOVATED 5 2 2/12/93 A3 N S93 

""""oAHrNAMEO EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR "2 t/il/sli 3 N 

HERALD MAKES STAFF CHANGES 5 2 6/06/83 A 3 N 



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CARVERi VIoOrNIA (CIVlNETrE) 
N£« OfflCERS ELECTED 

CaRmELLi EOhARD dale 

moman turns detective to p«nv; son-s oeath wasn't accident 

CASE. LOIS H. 

CARING COMMUNITY BASES fAMILY'S GRIEF 

CASE. MARY LOUISE HALL lOECEASEOI 
OaiTUARV 

Case. MICHAEL SHAWN 

CARING COMMUNITY EASES FAMILY'S GRIEF 

CASEY, ELTON 

PIRATES COULD SOLVE DEACONS' IILEMMA FOR FOOTBALL IN '80S 

CASEY, JOHN ROBERT 
OBITUARY 

CASEY. LYNN (DURHAM HERALD REPORTER I 
"WE'VE GOT NOTHING IN COMMON" 

CASEY. WILLIAM 



, WILL lAM J. 

PEAT PROJECT GETS MONEY 



CASEY, WILLIS 

CASEY'S GAMBLE ON VALVANO PAYS OFF--BIG 

CASH. ANNIE FSTELLE OAKLEY IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARIES 

CASH. BARRY I APEX J 

SWIMMER IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

CONDITION IS FAIR 

SWIMMER HIT BY BOAT HAS UNDER WATER 

CASH, FRED GREEN I TAMPA, FLA. I 
OBITUARY 

CASH. WILLIAM T. JR. 

MAN TO LURE 'BRAINSTORM' 

BRAINSTORM: AN ALL-OUT APPEAL TO TOP BANANA 

•BRAINSTORM' DECISION LIKELY lEXT WEEK 

RALEIGH GETS PREMIERE 

■BRAINSTORM' ON THE HIND AGA H 

ISJtJci^S^S';^?'"^!!!^'!' premiere— who's got the premiere? 
theater may get 'premiere' after all 

ca5hwell. pat 

flower show school not only for the serious horticulturists 

casper. carlton r. (gates co. farmrr] 

farmer gets wounds instead of piano 

Casper, don 

CARRBORO Taps finance head FO! interim POST 

TOWN PLANS SEARCH FOR NEW MANAGER 

CARRBORO'S INTERIM MANAGER READY FOR ANOTHER BUDGET 

cass. pearl (union grove i 
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SHE RECEIVED GIFT OF SIGHT 

CASS. STEVEN ALLAN (FORT BRAGG) 

TERM FOR DUI. MANSLAUGHTER IS PROTESTED 

CASSIOV, LINA PEACOCK (BROOKLYN, N.r.) 
OBITUARY 

CASTLEBERRY, EMILY M. 

DAY CAftE FUND CUT APPALLING 

CASTLEBERRY, ERNEST R. 

DURHAM DA PROBING DEATHS OF FATHER, SON 

CASTLEBERRY AUTOPSY DUE 

INFORMATION OF AUTOPSY UNAVAILABLE 

3 CHARGED WITH FORGERY OF WILLS 

DURHAM MAN DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES 

RELATIVES CHARGED IN WILL F0R:£RY 

MAN'S DEATH NATURAL 

FOURTH ARRESTED IN FORGERY CASE 

CASTLEBFRRY CASE PROBE CONTINJES 

DURHAM COUNTY WOMAN FACES FORGERY CHARGE 

POLICE ARREST WAITRESS FOR FO'GERY 

WOMAN ARRESTED ON FORGERY COU^I T 

FORGERY CASE RESULTS IN MORE WARRANTS 

POLICE FILE MORE FORGERY CHARGES 

f JH!-f§IS5'"S.>"l-t CONTESTED FOR FX-wIFE 

CASTLEBFRRY WILL CHALLENGED 

DURHAM JURY INDICTS 3 IN FORG'D WILL CASE 

JURY CHARGES THREE TRIED TO TAKE ESTATE 

HUNT FOR CASTLEBERRY CASH FUTILE 

CASTLEBERRY SAYS HE IS INNOCENT 

VENUE MOVE DENIED IN CASTLEBEORY CASE 

CASTLEBFRRY TRIAL BEGINS TODAY 

TESTIMONY TO BEGIN IN CASTLEBFRRY TRIAL 

2 WITNESSES ADMIT LYING AT FUST IN FORGERY CASE 

ANALYST: CASTLEKERRY WILL SIGNATURE FORGED 

TESTIMONY CONCLUDES IN CASTLEBERRY TRIAL 

CASTLEBERRY IS FOUNO GUILTY. "ETS 33 YEARS 

JUDGE GIVES CASTLEBERRY 33 YEARS 

WOMEN SENTENCED IN CASTLEBERRY CASE 

CASTLEBERRY. ERNEST RAY JR. 
DURHAM MAN DIES IN FIRE 
MAN DIES IN HOUSE FIRE 
OBITUARY 

DURHAM DA PROBING DEATHS OF FATHER. SON 
CASTLEBERRY AUTOPSY DUE 
INFORMATION OF AUTOPSY UNAVAILABLE 
RELATIVES CHARGED IN WILL FORGERY 
HUNT FOR CASTLEBERRY CASH FUTILE 
CASTLEBFRRY INDICTED IN DEATH OF NEPHEW 
CASTLEBERRY INDICTED ON MUROEl COUNT 
JUDGE ALLOWS CASTLEBERRY TO DISMISS LAWYER 
ClSTLEBfRRY PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO FORGERY, ARSON 
CASTLEBERRY SAYS HE IS INNOCEMT 
CASTLEBERRY WAIVES MURDER ARRAIGNMENT 
MOTIONS TO BE ARGUED IN TWO MJRDER CASES 
CASTLEoERRY'S MISTREATMENT CLAIMS DENIED 
CASTLEBERRY IS FOUNO GUILTY. :;ETS 33 YEARS 

CASTLEBERRY, MA2EL J. IRALEICHI 

3 CHARGED WITH FORGERY OF WILLS 



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„ ._-, ":m»N FICFS FOR'.ESY CH»»CE 

JURY cmaSSes Three triet to tike estate 
rilelgh jurt ous kill buhping c«stl£ber»ys 

castle9ebry, jessie htnly 

caStleSfSSt'S <ill contested FJR Ex-.<IFE 

CiSTLEBERBY «ILL CmLLENGEO 

CASTLEBEBRY, karma (BaOFDRO, VA.l 

FAHILY RULES PRQOUCEO SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE 



CASTLEBERRy 
3 Char 
DURHAM 
RELATI 
MAN'S 
FOURTH 
CASTLE 
DURHAM 
FORGER 
POLICE 
MORE C 
CASTLE 
DURHAM 
JURY C 
HUNT F 
CASTLE 
CASTLE 
JUDGE 
CASTLE 
RAlEIG 
CASTLE 
CASTLE 
CASTLE 
MOT ION 
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CASTLE 
CASTLE 
SICKLY 
CASTLE 
CASTLE 
TESTIMi 
NOTARY 
2 MITN 
ANAL YS 
TESTIMI 
CASTLE 
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• OMEN 



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ARBES 
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FILE 
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JURY 
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BERRY 
BERRY 
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BERRY 

JURY 
BERRY 
BERRY 
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BERRY 
BERRY 
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RESULTS IN 
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FILED IN AL 
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indicts 3 in 
Three trieo 
tlebebry cas 
indicted in 
indicted on 
castleberry 
dismisses at 
3ks will bu 
pleads not c. 
says he is i 
•aives murde 
e argued in 
enieo in cas 

SATS HE'S ha 
S NISTREATME 
EBERRY MOVED 
IN CENTRAL 
TRIAL BEGINS 
PEGIN IN CA 
CASTLEBERRY 
ADMIT LYING 
TLEEERRY WIL 
NCLL'DES IN C 
IS FOUND Gut 
CASTLEBERRY 
CEO IN CASTL 



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F JIL. S 


AL CAJSES 


L FORGERY 


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ONTINJES 


S FOR-ERY CHARGE 


MORE WARRANTS 


Char; E 5 


LEGED FORGERIES 


GEO 


FORGED <ILL CASE 


TO TAKE ESTATE 


h FUTI LE 


DEATH OF NEPhEm 


MURDE' COUNT 


TO 01 SMISS LAWYER 


torney 


MPING CASTlEBERRYS 


uilTy to forgery, arson 


NNOCE'<T 


R ARRA IGNMENT 


Two dJRDER CASES 


TLEBE5RY CASE 


RASSEO 


NT CL« IMS DENIED 


TO P5 ISON MEDICAL XARD 


TODAY 


stleb;rry trial 


GAVE ^ER JJOo TO SIGN .(ILLS 


AT FUST IN FORGERY CASE 


L SIGJATuRE FORGED 


ASTLE1ERRY TRIAL 


LTY, GETS 33 TEARS 


33 YEARS 


EBERRY Case 



CASTNEB, TONY C C ABL EV I S ION I 

CaBLEVISION TO REPORT ON DROPPING STATION 

mOR to STAY ON AT LEAST TILL JULY 

CABLE TV THEFT PROBE IS PLANNFD 

CABLE TV FIRM PLANNING EFFORT TO CATCH -PIRATES" 

CABLEVISION TO INCREASE RATES 

CASTON, WILLIAM C. lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CASTOR. CHRIS 

CASTOR'S CHOICE 

KINARO HEADS SIX EARLY ACC DRAFT SELECTIONS 

SEATTLE OPPORTUNITY EXCITES CASTOR 

CASTRO. FIDEL 

VINTAGE CASTRO 

CASTROVINCI. CONNIE 

PuSlIC servants INEFFICIENT 

cates. bill R. 

MERIT PAY FOR teachers a BAD IDEA 

CAieS. CLAUDIA ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

CAtES. DAVID LEE , . ,, 
ASSAULT CHARGE FILED 



S. CAVID y. 
DURHAM SIR 



EETS CALLED 'AMAZING 



CaTES. ELMFK IEFLANDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

CATES. FREO S. 

5 NAMED TO ORANGE DEVELOPMENT GROUP 
HILLSBOROUGH BOARD DISCUSSES =DRGIVING FEES 
HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD FACES SUIT OVER MEETINGS 
FORMER TOWN LAWYER DENIES ROL? IN AGREEMENTS 
DEVELOPERS INSTALL SEwER LINE , , ,,„ ,^,, 
DEVFLOPERS say THEY BUILT SEWFR LINE TO AVOID FEES 

tOmn board to discuss sfwfr-line fees today 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD APPROVES S?wF-< LINE FOR DEVELOPERS 
OFFICIAL SAYS TOWN WATER LINE WAS NEVER INSPECTED 
65 MOBILE HOMES COUNTED AT PAiK 

TO«N NOT Pursuing se.er extension 

THREE BOABQS ENTANGLED IN SEW'R-LiNF ISSUE 

DEVELTPFR HAS PAID NO FEES F0< TAPPING SEWER LINE 

HlLLSBOPCuGH SUED OVER SEwEB FEES 

3 EYE CHAPEL HILL SEATS' GATES FILES IN HILLSBOROUGH 

GATES FILES FOR BOARD; SAYS SJ I T NO CONFLICT 

GATES' CANDIDACY QUESTIONED 

OPEN GOVERN-ENT IS hRLSBOROuGh ISSUE ,^ ^. , r.rr-,^-^ 

SHEFFIELD. PORTO WIN MAYOR'S 'ACES; LLOYD. JOHNSON, STEVENS ELECTEO. 

MAYOR HONORED EX-MAYOR 

CaTcS, GEORGE MADISON ( HI LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

CaTES, IDA MARIE IHILLSBOKOUGHI (C^CEASEDl 

obituary 

gates. james leo 

Durham man Guilty of incest 

man gets 4-1/2 years for incest 

durham man gets 4-1/2 years 11 incest case 

CaTES. maxINE inEw JERSEY! 
OBITUARY 



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CaTES, NOVELLA ELI2A9ETI 
OBITUARY 



LADO IHIGH POINT) 



H 2 11/01/83 9 



-I.K640- NQNrHLV/ANNUlL I H t K BY NAME5 

1/01/8! - li/31?n3 '^ « n t i 



GATES, ROSE FERRELL lOECEASEni 
OBITUARY 



CAVIN, HAOE 

«AILROAD A MUSEUM OELIGMT 

CAYtan, MIILIAM BYRON III (HINFALLI 



S 
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CATESi WALTER FREDERICK 

«IEW TrUl ORDERJO in PRATT ROBBERY CASE H j <./09/B3 C I N 

C*TLEn. EDWARD LEWIS IDECEASEOl 

H 2 10/l'?/83 C 4 
CAUOELL, LARRY KEITH (HIGH POINtI 

N.d. BRIEFING: HIGH POINT „ , ^^,,^33 3 , ^ 

CAUDILL, KEN IJAMESTDwNl 

H0ltSE6ACK RIDE TO FIGHT CHILD ABUSE 5 2 U/OI/eS A 10 F 

CAUDLE. RAEFORD I W INS TON- SALE Ml 

cVufe?~rvl3fu^Nri'SAl¥§!'J^Sv,CT,nNS ", \ V^^l] i ,1 "i 

^l 5^2S''?^Ng^^Kf ?§ ?l5?jAL^'^i5s?W??^?i"ASE?S^""«^ I 

G?s? iiti\i\sv.''^''..iT.\r.i\^,^- n].T''' 

TAPED VOICE: -WE WAS FIXING TO LEVEL. ..THE CITY- H I g/lh/Jl ! J t^ 

NAZIS CONVICTED IN THIRD TRIAL = •- i 1 . H | 5^}^;§| J J J] 

CiULDER, STEVEN HOWARD 

TWO MEN APRESTEO IN SLAYING „ , =/,o/rij r , 

i Charged in stabbinS ? ^ l^ln/S? ^ } S 

MURDER INDICTMENT HANDED DOWN „ I 7/T2/II r ,J t^ 

CAULOER is INDICTED FDR HURDE-1 ; | J/'J/a' $ [J ^ 

CAUTHEN, ROY LEE I W IN STON-SAL EM I 

MAN GEtS PRISON Term foR DAY-CARE STABBINGS H 2 l/iA/B3 A 8 N 

CAVANAGH, RICHARD (NEw YORKl 

PUBLIC. PRIVATE TIES CAN GIVE LIFE TO CITIES S 2 3/18/83 A 8 N ' 

CAVENAR, JESSE 0. JR. DR. ICHAPEL HILLI 

VIETNAM VETS SAID NOT OIFFlREVT 5 j 7/23/^3 A I N 

CAVENAUGH, GREGORY ALLFN (RICHLANOSl 

CANCER CLAIMS HIGH SCHOOL STAR ATHLETE M ■> A/m/01 r ■; m 

YOUTH DIES WEEK BEFORE CRAOUAI ION K | l'/al'/l\ a 3 



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CECERE. JAKE 

HUNGRY AT I<,2: DUKE WRESTLER JAKE CECERE... H 2 2/25/83 C 1 P F 

CEFALO. ROBERT C. OR. 

MOTHER, BABY, NEED MEDICAL h'aR MONY H 2 9/23/83 B 7 N 

CERE20 AREVALO. MARCO VINCIO 

GUATEMALAN LEADER PLANS OUKE SPEECH t , lfl/jk/«> . ,, 

GUATEMALAN DEMOCRACY ■POSSIBLE- | | iS^^i;!?^ J 'J ^J 

CHACE. MARY G. 

FAVORABLY IMPRESSED 

CHAOWICK, LYNN 

AWARDS: DURHAM HONORS MELISSA DUFFY 



10/31/83 CI N J56 
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2 1/02/83 E 2 

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CHAOWICK) RAY 

BREWERS. PlESAC REACH CONTRACT WITH LITTLE DELAY H 2 6/12/83 B 14 

CHAFFEE, JOHN 

PLANNING AGENCY DIRECTOR RESIGNS H 1 5/31/83 B 1 

Chalmers, jimmy 

they'll start 1983 as married couple 

CHALMERS, STEVEN W. 

CRIME5T0PPERS PROGRAM ENLISTS SUPPORT OF CITIZENS •; 7 7/3»,/ni r 

CRIMESIOPPERS HELPS POLICE MA(E ARRESTS '■"'""=' 5 2 7/26/83 C 

CH'HBERS, BOB (FORMER OUKE TRACK CJACHl 

DUKE TO INDUCT FOUR r , 1/J7/(H n > m 

MCGEE AMONG INDUCTEES INTO DU< E ■ S HALL OF FAME H I 4/15/R3 C \ N 

DUKE CEREMONIES SET TOMORROW " | 4/15/83 2 P N 

CHAMBERS, OAVID REID 

lEjr^S^E^igs^lIIorcJilc' II'^hVk^-- ""^^"-^ '"'^ " » I X'AVAl a' \ s \\\ 

CHAMBERS, EVERETT lASHEBOROl 

TROOPFR KILLS ARMED MAN <■ , ii/jn/n, r in u 

ALCOHOL FOUND IN BLOOD OF SLAIN MAN u 2 17/11/33 ^ 2 N 

NAACP SEEKS FBI PROBE OF SHOOTING H I 5/32/83 n ! N 

FBI TO PROBE FATAL SHOOTING BY PATROLMAN H 2 12/03/83 A 19 N 

NAACP CHAPTER CALLS FOR TROOP=R TO RESIGN H 2 2/IO/fl3 t 5 N 

PRELIMINARY PROBE CLEARS POLICEMAN S 2 12/15/83 A 17 N 

CHAMBERS, JULIUS L. 

?!Sf!; '^ STUDY UNC'S 20-YEAR MISSION URGED S 7 ln/12/ni 1 1 B N I>4<. 

ASTRONAUT RETURNS FOK SHOW AND TELL H 2 0/13/83 A N H9n 

SPECIAL STUDY IS URGED OF UNC'S FUTURE ROLE K 3 10/13/83 B I P N 

CHAMBERS, MOLLIE MARGARET (CHAPEL ^ILLI 

°»'*""<'' H 2 6/12/83 C 2 

CHAMPION, BRFNOA (MURDOCH CENTER! 

IT Snows all year at Murdoch „ j 3/05/83 b 1 p f ljo 

CHAMPION, CALOONIA 

2 MEN ROB ELDERLY PAIR AT GUNPOINT ' H 2 6/11/83 A 8 N 



2 3/24/83 



CHAMPION, JEFF ICREEDMOORl 

JEFF CHAMPION WINS AWARDS 

CHAMPION, THOMAS F, JR. ( F A YE TTEV IL LF I 

Car THEFT Case leads to iuLLOWHFE H 3 10/27/83 3 1 

FAYETTEVILLE MAN FACES CHAPEL HILL THEFT CHARGE S 2 10/27/83 A 11 

Chan* Francis 

HIS OWN BOSS now: BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER LEFT HOSPITAL TO START BUSINESSES H 2 9/03/83 C I P 

chan. joseph (burhoughs wellcomel 

burroughs wellcomf promotes 3 s j 4/3d/83 a 2 p 

Chandler. Charles (Durham herald repokteri 



AN '1 UAL ISQE 

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NAMES 



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S£« STAfFEkS "AVE PERSON COUNTY TIES 

CMANnLERi CREGORT (RURAL RETatATi VA.I 

23 STUDENTS ABE INJURED IN SCiOOl B'Ji-TRUCH xRECH 

'economic genius. '.OVcRNaR 

Chandler. jEfF iacto'i 

DURHAM NATIVE IS IN dROADHAY ^HOM 

CHANDLER. KAREN R. IRRINCIPAL. CEO^GE WAITS ELEM SCH.I 
PRINCIPAL NAMED AT WATTS SCHOOL 

NO IMMEDIATE Changes SEEN AT SCHOOL 
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IS URGED 

CHANDLER. LINOA 

HAMMONJS In OISCuSSION 

3 on county school 30ar0 say they'll see^ re-election 

Chandler, margaret • 

tart-tongued court watcher taunts deputy 

ChanEy. RICHARD G. 

ChAnSy appointed to help IN RObBlNS MURDER TRIAL 

ChANIN, MYRa IPhILAOELPHIA WRITERI , , ,., 
MOTHER wONDfRFUL IS * CHEESECAKE EXPERT 

CHANNgljIjE^^HENRY^Agy^^^^ BFGIN ROUNDUP IN BIG DRUG BUST 

20 PEOPLE hElO on DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SWEEP 
CHANSKY, apt (CHAPEL HlLU 

The poop on ThE sheet 

Chaplin, Charlie 

dniPLIN'S GENIUS GOES UNSCREE-IEO 

Chapman, oavio (GOLferi 

chapman, whitfield in n0rth-s:1uth 

WHITFIELD, Chapman OPEN WITH WINS 
WHITFIELD, CHAPMAN FALL IN NO'TH-SOUTH 
DOUBLING Their GOLF PLEASURE ... WHITFIELD, 
MAYNES, BOYD BLISTER mILLSNDAlE 
WHITFIELD, Chapman begin JOURtEYS TO TOUR 

CHAPMAN, DIANE 

FOOTBALL TICKETS GIVE IMPETUS TO ROMANCE 

CHAPMAN, EUGENE RANDALL 

VA. OFFICER ARRESTS ESCAPED PRISONER 
GUESS ROAO ESCAPEE IS CAUGHT 

CHAPMAN, Liz 

SYMPHONY CANCELLATION DISAPPOINTING TO LEADERS 
SYMPHONY CANCELS CONCERT FOR TONIGHT 

CHAPMAN, MYRON cOWARO (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



CHAPMAN SCORCH CROASOAILE. 



PMAN, RJ 
GUESS 



RD. INMATE ESCAPES 



CHAPMAN, SCOTT (NCSU STuOENTl 

STUDENT LOSES HIS SUIT ON DORMITORY ACCESS 
LOFLIN TO APPEAL DECISION 

CHAPPELL, ALLIE HOLLIMAN (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CHAPPELL, 0. LEROY (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CHAPPELL, JERRY (BRUNSWICK CO. TEaCmERI 
REPORTER WON'T GIVE UP NOTES 

CHAPPELL, JOHN lACTORI 

FORMER HCCU CHAPLAIN LANDS TV HOLE 

CHAPPELL, LARRY (GOLFER! , _, 

COUCH, CHAPPELL MATCH 69S IN "EMORUL 

CHAPPELL* w. L. 

JESSE JACKSON. 



The SOUTH AND INDUSTRY 
(HIGH POINT) 



Charles, Curtis l. - .- _. 

WIFE Charged in fatal stabbik; 

Charles, julia mae (high point) 

WIFE Charged in fatal STA6BI^^. 

Charles, lorenzo 

Charles picks up slack for -pack „ „_„, 

OUNK revisited; NCAA fame resting LIGHTLY ON CHARLES' BROAD SHOULDERS 

'""^iSSgff^iaiW'SE^'s-RESEAPCH FELLOWSHIP 
OUKE TEACHER NAMED FELLOW FOR RESEARCH 

SCHOLAR PUBLISHES ANCIENT CHRISTIAN, JEWISH DOCUMENTS 
ANCIENT WRITINGS SHORE UP BIBLE 

CHARLIE TwO-ShOES IISUI ChI "5K) , . 
FORMER MARINES KEEP PROMISE T3 CJ I 

N.c. HOME AWAITS Charlie t,o shoes 

Two FORMER MARINES HAVE FALLING OUT OVER CHINESE VISITOR 
•CHARLIE' WILL NOT VISIT N.C. 

"* SoaRD APPLICANTS GIVE Their views on ISSUES 

Chase, sue (kinston) . , 

kinsttn man charged with double slaying 

KINSTON man charged in 2 5LATINGS 
CHAVIS, henry OEmPSY (DECEASED) 

obituary 

chavis, josephine "jo- loeceaseo) 
Obituary 

chavis. k. z. dr. in.c. assoc. of ioucators) 
chavis gets ncae job 
chavis receives education job 

chavis. louise 



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/ANNUAL INOex by NAMES PAGf '.9 

l/'0l/83 - 13/31783 1/17/84 



N f f 

P DATE c pr, 

POLICE ARBEST 5 IN HOUSE IN DJRMAM M 2 l/0'5/a3 A 12 

5 ASRESTEO DURING RAID S ? l/irj/jl 2 A 

DURHAM LAW OFFICERS BEGIN ROUSOUP IN BIG BRUG aUST S I J/09/83 A 1 

20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTFR CITY SuEEP H 2 3/09/83 A 1 

CHAVISi "QOSEvELT IMFNOERSONl 
HENDERSON ■•■ 



MAN OROHNS IN KERR LAKE H 2 8/16/63 CIO 

, -- ._E lOECEASEOI 

CHEiTHAM, Employee of cca dies h 2 3/19/83 a 7 

10/29/83 B <. 



cmEatham, Claude ioeceaseoi 

"heatham. Employee of cca dies 

CHEaTham, LOUIS (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 

CHEBAB. RICK ILEBANUNI 

•HE ONLY KNOW SHELLS ARE FALLING- H 2 11/20/83 C 1 P U H<.9 

CHEEK, BERTIf ROSS 

OBITUARY h 2 2/17/83 A 2 1 

Cheek, BRIAN M. ihenoersoni 

5-YEAR-OLO KILLED! TEEN-AGER IHARGEO H 2 a/19/93 B 1 N 

Cheek, ETHEL HOLT (OECEASEDI 

obituary h 2 u/30/83 c 3 

Cheek, general hesley 

traffic violation penalty not courted but has fine h 2 './02/n3 a 1 n b51 

BOOS TO THE JUDGE H 2 i,/lT/B3 D 4 L 

CHEEK, JOHN M. OR. 

DURHAM HOSPITAL MAY CURTAIL DOCTORS S 2 3/10/83 C 1 P N M2 3 

OR. CHEEK TO SEEK SEAT ON CITY SCHOOL BOARD S 2 9/01/83 A 1 P N COS 

SURGEON RUNNING FOR SCHOOL BOARD H 2 9/02/83 B 1 P N W2'. 

cheek: IMPROVE CURRICULUM % 1 9/02/83 C 1 N C05 

vote or. john m. cheek for better public education h 2 10/07/93 a spa 

schools' imagf weighed at forum h 2 10/07/83 b i n h2<, 

durham elections: 13 seeking posts on school board h 2 10/09/83 a i n w24 

first round tuesday in durham elections: school board... h 2 10/09/83 1 p f 

Three retain seats on school boaro h 2 10/12/93 a 1 p n w2'. 

Cheek, JOHN MARVIN lOECEASEDI 

aBlTUART H 2 1/22/93 C <. 



CHEEK, MILTON (OEVELOPERI 

BOARD TOLD OF CIVIL ACTION 



DEVELOPER wILL'CQMPLY WITH DITCH REQUIREMENT H 3 6/17/93 B 1 N B46 

DEVELOPER AGREES TO HAVE GRASS CUT S 2 6/17/83 A 13 N 

H I 2/02/93 B 1 N 

chen, anthony l. 

diet story misleading h 2 6/03/83 a « l 

Chen, sue 

this lacto vegetarian eats a balanced diet h 2 7/28/83 c 1 p f h95 



AULI, 
OBITU 



H. ICHAPEL HILCl 



CHERRY, LAWRENCE (SMALL BUSINESS AOM IN I STR AT ION I 
COMPANY GETS OFFICIAL APPROVAL 



2 9/28/83 



CHER(iY, JAMES C. "RED- (HAYESVILLEI 

JURY INDICTS 12 IN VOTE PROSE H 2 7/09/93 A 10 

CHERRY, KEVIN MARSHALL (CHESAPEAKE. VA.l 

PIJRPOISES MAY HAVE FOUND DROWNED TEEN S 2 



10/03/93 C 3 N 

2 9/22/83 A 9 N 

CHERTOK, DAVID (JA2J FILM COLLECTOfl 

FILM TRIBUTE TO JA22 GREATS SET AT DUKE H 2 11/15/83 B 5 N 

CHESHIRE, JOSEPH 

OFFICER OF CONGRESSIONAL CLUB RAPS REMARK BY SOLES' LAWYER H 2 9/09/33 All N 

CHESHIRE, LUCIUS M. JR. ( H I LL SBOROJ GHI 

HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD FACES SUIT OVER MEETINGS H 2 7/16/83 A 1 N 

FORMER TOWN LAWYER DENIES ROL? IN AGREEMENTS H 2 7/16/83 CI H S'.b 

SEHER PACT IS CRITICIZED 9T CHESHIRE H 3 8/19/83 B 1 N W36 

HILLSBOROUGH'S MAYOR TO SEEK SECOND TERM H 3 9/03/93 C 1 P N W36 

PLANNING Chairman to Run for iayor; CITES 'SPECIAL deal' H 3 9/20/83 B 1 N W36 

SHEFFIELD CHALLENGES CHESHIRE FOR MAYOR S 2 9/20/93 A 5 N 

CHESHIRE FILES FOR POST S 2 9/27/93 A 5 N W36 

HILLSBOROUGH POLITICS HEATS UP AS THREE FILE H 3 9/29/83 9 1 N W36 

CATES' Candidacy oufstioned h 3 ii/0',/83 a i n u36 

WATER ISSUES CONCERN HOPEFULS S I 11/04/93 CI N W36 

OPEN ligvERNMENT IS HILLSBOROUGH ISSUE H 2 11/06/83 2 P F W36 

SHEFFIELD, PORTO WIN M AYOR ' S 1 AC E S ; LLOYOt JOHNSON, STEVENS ELECTED... H 3 11/09/83 B 1 P N W36 

SHEFFIELD NEW MAYOR IN ORANGE S 2 11/09/93 C 16 N W36 

HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR OUITSi LLOYD TO COMPLETE TERM H 2 11/15/83 A 1 N B46 

HILLS30R0UGH MAYOR QUITS S 2 11/15/83 A 12 N 

MAYOR HONORED EX-MAYOR H 2 12/11/93 A 13 N W36 



E, LUCIUS M. SR. (HlLLSBgROJGH LAWYERI 
LLSBOROUCH BOARD DISCUSSES FORGIVING F' 



mIlLSBOROUCH board DISCUSSES FORGIVING FEES H 2 7/15/93 B 1 N B46 

HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD FACES SUIT OVER MEETINGS H 2 7/16/83 A 1 N 

FORMER TOWN LAWYER DENIES ROLE IN AGREEMENTS H 2 7/16/83 C 1 N B46 

DEVELOPERS INSTALL SEWER LINE S 2 7/19/83 A 5 N 

DEVELOPERS SAY THEY BUILT SEW= R LINE TO AVOID FEES H 2 7/19/83 B 1 N B46 

TOWN BOARD TO DISCUSS SEwFR-LtNE FEES TODAY H 2 7/20/93 B 1 N B46 

THREE BOARDS ENTANGLED IN SEw;R-LINE ISSUE H 2 7/31/83 C 1 J 846 

DEVELOPER HAS PAID NO FEES FOl TAPPING SEWER LINc H 2 8/03/93 B I N B46 

HILLSBOROUGH SUFD OVER SEWER FEES H 2 9/12/93 A 1 N W36 

MAYOR HONORED EX-MAYOR H I 12/11/83 A 13 N W36 

chesley, c. d. 

c. 0. chesley, acc basketball producer, dies at ace 69 tooay s 2 4/21/83 a 1 

chesson, chip 

office condominium project begins off morreene road s 2 1/25/83 a 1 n s83 

chesson, jerry 

foam insulation: how a dtsputro government ban affected one durham firm h 2 5/01/83 c 2 f l41 

chestnut, david dr. i duke u. medical centeri 

abortion trends worry mds; need cited for christians to help pregnant... h 2 1/29/83 a 9 f a20 



Chestnut, keith (track stari 
hillside star 

childress. barry (n.c. dept. 
father's day: the obser 

childress, cathy (henoersqni 

henderson agency sees saving in combined travel h 1 10/26/83 b 1 n l30 



S 2 5/12/93 B 3 P P M66 

CHILDRESS. BARRY (N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE! 

FATHER'S day: THE OBSERVANCE J EMA INS THE SAME. BUT THE FATHER'S ROLE... S 2 6/17/83 B 1 P F S09 



LY/AN.NUAL iNOLX UY NAMfS ''fO^-i 



FOR iHILORESS. UTILITY DUESNT MEAN FUTILITY 

BULLS" Childress has neck injurvi out for season 

INJURY sidelines CHILDRESS FG! YEAR 

CHILDRESS. KUBY KELLY (OECEASEOI 
OelTUARY 

ChILDS, sen G. or. (FORMER DUKE UNIV. FROFESSORI 
OBITUARY 

CHILOS. HAMP (LINCOLN CO. DISTRICT ATTOKNEYI 
VETERAN PROSECUTOR FIRED 

CHINO. ERIC ICARRBOROI „,^ 

60CT0R-S HOURS WON'T SURPRISE WIFE AND NURSE 

(COUNCIL UN STATUS OF WOMENI 
ADDRESS WOMEN'S ISSUES 

CHISHOLM, Shirley 

chishclm TO speak 

CHHILt STEVE (DURHAM b(JLLS) 

5((LLS UTILUE UNCH-i BIG BATS 
CHMIL'S STOCK RISING FOR BULLS 
CHMIL keys CULLS' DEFEAT OF BLUE JAYS 

CHRISTAkOS. ARTHUR C. DR. , , ,, „, 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

ChB ISTENBuRY. J. 0. OR. 

CLINICS USURPING PARENTAL RIGHTS 

'■'^"'^RACOUEf CLUbIShE lady LOOKED AROUND FOR A BUSINESS IDEA AND FOUND ONE 

CHRISTIAN, BETSEY (CHAPE(,^HILL( 
NO REDEEMING QUALITIES 

CHRISTIAN, JESSE FURMAN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CHRISTIE, SALLIE MAE (DECEASED! 
06IIU«RY 

CHRISTMAN, RUSSELL F. DR. 
CHRISTMAN RFAPPOINTEO 
DEPARTMENT HEAD IS REAPPQINTEJ 

FOR SALE: A BOX BY CHRtSTQ 
PLASTIC WRAP 

■^""■'ffi^E'sfui^Sftl S?;,„ PKOHPTS -ALPRACTICE SUIT 
SUIT FILED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 

CHUKCH,^^gHN^(HENOERSON,^^ HOSPITAL TRUSTEES HEAD 

CHURCHUL, EUNICE SAYRA (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

CHURCHILL, JORDAN M. 

NEANDERTHAL STRIKES AGAIN 

CHURCHILL, LARRY (UNC-CH PROFESSOR) 

PATIENTS DEMAND FACTS ON ILLNESSES , , ,, „ 

FATAL ILLNESS: MOST DOCTORS TILL THEIR PATIENTS NOW 

'^"^'^"Hlhi'TEcSNOLOGY: THIS YOUNG DJRHAM COMPANY WAS CREATED DURING A WALK... 
THE SPIN-OFFS: IS THE PROMISE OF SILICON VALLEY COMING TRUE IN THE RTP7 
CLAYTON-OURAND GETS FINANCING; NOTES NEW SALES 

'■'°'"'duke''symPHONY NAMES CIOMPI ART I ST- I N-R E5 1 OENC E 
ARTURO CIOMPI named TO DUKE POSITION 

'^'°'"'ii0^i?g'i?0HPI DIES AT AGE 65 

DUKE SYMPHONY PLANS CONCERT FOR CIOMPI 

GEORGIO CIOMPI 

CIOMPI SERVICES SCHEDULED , 

CIOMPI SERVICE SET WEDNESDAY 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED... 

CLACK, JIM (ATHLETE! 

FORMER STEELER CLACK INDICTED 

CLAGGETT, STEPHEN (ARCHAEOLOGIST! 

ARCIHAEOLOGISTS FIND JORDAN L A< E RELICS CLUE TO PAST 

'"*'"'6lSHISSED LIBRARIAN SUES DTI 

'^'■'""InScJeaR FREEZE' ADVOCATES WRONG 

'^^""'!p?fp''|Je|hl"EiR'rEst'-F;SSSs' SURGEON REMEMBERED AT DUKE 
CLARK DEATH NOT IN VAiN , „ 

BARNEY CLARK'S LAST DAYS SERVED MANKIND ^, .,,,.. 
ARTIFICIAL HEART IMPLANT CAUSED ANGUISH, ELATION 

^^"":,§iij? iERi?^rt3 s8nisrNt^si^ME^Nr?sg^' 

'^'■""N0'cS?5l&if'!J?Ti5J'i5I"N(^IE'0V=R WARRANT HANDLING 

action won't be taken against magistrate 
6-montm-olo warrant served 

clark, chester „ „,, , . 

unscientific poll supports shi a 

Clark, davio (muruereu in burlInGTIni 

douRt UPHOLDS manslaughter C0^(V1CTI0N 

CLARK, ERNEST F. JR. (HILLSBOROUGH! , „^ , 
iuNSHOT WOUND S»ID CAUSE OF MAN'S DEATH 
OBITUARY 

CLARK, FRANCIS C. ( W I NS TON-SALE M ATTORNEY! 



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5/10/63 B 


7 





S 2 

H 2 


7/08/93 C 
7/13/83 A 


1 
12 


N 

n 


H 2 

H 2 


5/06/63 B 
5/13/63 A 


1 P 
4 


H W36 
E 


H 2 
S 2 


3/24/83 B 
3/2'./63 A 


1 
I 2 


N 651 

N 


H 1 


10/26/83 B 


I 


N 


H 2 


10/06/83 A 


9 





H 2 


1/23/83 


5 


L 


3 1 


11/16/83 C 
U/19/83 C 


1 
1 


N J56 
F B30 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/30/83 D 
5/29/83 A 
9/04/83 D 


10 

21 P 
10 


F L41 
F L41 
N L41 


H 2 
5 2 


a/U/83 A 
8/16/83 


7 
12 


N 

N A15 


H 2 
5 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


11/18/93 A 
11/19/93 A 
11/22/93 A 
U/23/83 C 
11/24/83 C 
12/29/93 D 


1 P 
1 P 
4 
1 
1 7 
1 P 



N 
E 
N 

F B71 


S 2 


1/06/83 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


3/18/83 A 


I 


N J56 


H 2 


5/14/93 C 


1 


N S82 


H 2 


3/10/93 A 


4 


L 


H 2 
S 2 

H 2 
S 2 


1/09/93 C 
3/25/93 A 
3/26/83 A 
4/15/83 A 


1 P 
4 
4 
11 P 


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E 
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H 2 


11/15/83 A 


4 


L 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


3/23/93 A 
3/23/83 C 
4/29/83 fl 


1 
3 
1 


N nsi 

N 
N 


H 2 


11/23/83 A 


4 


L 


H I 


7/07/83 B 


1 


N 


S 2 

H 2 


7/26/83 6 
7/27/63 A 


7 
9 


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■^H 



Lr/ANNUAL INDfcX 



BAR SAYS ArTQRNfY tOOK TEST flU STurjENT 

CLARK, GLENOA SCOTT (307 WALTON ST. 1 
DOG IS USED IN DRUG BLAST 
DOG USED IN DRUG RAID 

Inspector general begins PRoef of n.c. guaro 



CL'flKjglfjjJANUEL (OECEASEOI 

CLARK, I. y. ICHAPEL MILLi 
SECRETARIES' WAGES 

CLARK, JAHES ALEX JR. IGREENSBOROI 
dauPLE DIE IN ACCIDENT 
CHILD PLAYING IN YARD HIT. KILLED BY CAR 

CLARK, JAMES SR. (GRIfFIN REAL ESTATE! 

^'i'^X^H'^":!^ DELIBERATIONS IN SUIT OVER SALE OF HOUSE 
COURT RULES ALL AT FAULT: NO AHARD IN HOUSE SUIT 

clark* larry (oxford! 

wreck kills one, driver charged 

man charged in wreck that killed oxford resident 

clark. lelia ross 

miss clark, nursing director 

clark, margaret faucette (deceased! 
(jbituary 

clark, marvin henry 

Chapel hill man faces assault count 

clark, monnie aileen 

officials say clark's death self-inflicted 
durham woman kills self — police 



'^'•""'4b'??UAR?*"^ (CHAPEL HILLl 

CLARK, PAULA OR. ( PSYCHQLOG IS T I 

BAD KIOS: THEY'RE SETTING BETTER AT SCOTT PARKER SCHOOL 

CLARK, ROY (N.C. GEN'L. ASSEMBLY CLERK! 

(IlERK keeps LEGISLATORS ON THEIR TOES 

CLARK, TAL A. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CLARK, THOMAS RUSSELL (ROCKY MOUNT. VA.I 
VA. MAN CLEARED OF DRUGSTORE SUaBERY 

CLARK, WILLIAM (REP. I 

WORKERS' COMP CHANCES PROPOSED 

LAWMAKER SEEKS TO PLACE LIABILITY FOR WASTE SPILLS 

CLARK, WILLIAM P. JR. 

WILLIAM Clark: "The interior of what?" (Cartoon! 

CLARK, WILSON AYRES JR. (OECEASEOI 

AUTHOR, ENERGY SPECIALIST DIES IN VA. AUTO ACCIDENT 
WILSON EULOGWEO IN BOAT SERVICES 

CLARKE, BYRON (RALEIGHI 

COURT ASKS UTILirUS PANEL TO RECONSIDER RATE CASES 

CLARKE, JAMES M. (SENATOR! 

N.C. FRESHMEN TAKE The OATH 

HENDON STILL SEEKS RECOUNT 

HENDON LOSES BIO FOR RECOUNT If BALLOTS 

OFFICIALS DENY HENDON'S CHARGES ABOUT POWS 

CLARKE, JOHN f. (U.S. ARMY! 

HE CETS SMALL Solo M66aL FOR SAVING t656 MILLION 

IfNtENcIs LESS VARIED UNDER ACT 

'-'■^''''fniU'Xl^^tr'.ifHiii" '"'»NGLE INSTITUTE! 
COMPUTER SCIENTIST? PLAN WORKSHOP IN flfp 

CLARY, MARTY (DURHAM B(JLLSI 

BULLS WIN BEHIND CLARY'S SIX-IITTER 

'-'•*"''*„fl.'^ (GREENSBORO PUBLIC DEFENDER! 
DOZEN NEW LAWYERS FACE LIFE 

CLARY, WILTON WER8E 

CONVICTED MURDERER MOVED To MEDIUM-SECURITY PRISON 

CLASEY, BERNARD EUGENE (DECEASED! 

CLAUDE, GEORGE EDWARDS 
061 TUARY 

CLAY, DANIEL 

MAN SHOT IN ARM 

DURHAM MAN Shot ON HOPKINS STREET 

CLAY, OAVIO 

fl-fl 'P-'y;IIJ'"' 'O BULLS' RELIEF ROLE 
CLAY, GUERRERO MAKE MOVE TO A4 SAVANNAH 

CLAY, KAREN (CARRINGTON TEACHER! 

TEACHERS SHARE GOALS AND LIFE 

CLAY, SANDY OOELL (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CLAY, VINCENT EDWARD 

ELDERLY WOMAN FIRES PISTOL TOWARD YOUTH WHO YELLED 

CLAYNAM, JACOB (WASHINGTON, D.C.I 

CUyhan to SPEak to SENIOR (^IT IZENS 

clayman: medicare costs are concern 

''•"8S^'ciS??o8E-Ti^^??2K"' ""5' 

TEXAN TO PREACH SUNDAY IN CHAPEL 

CLAYTON, BURLEY 

CAR BIO MESS-UP EXPLAINED 











PACE ^1 
1/17/84 


N F 
P 


S 

DATE C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P BYL 


S ! 


2/23/n3 C 


9 




N 


H 2 
S 2 


')/lB/a3 B 
9/19/83 C 


1 
I 




N 
N 



H 2 9/01/83 D 
H 2 9/20/83 B 
H 2 8/26/83 A 



S 2 1/31/83 C <. 
H 2 2/01/83 A a 



H 2 6/18/83 B 5 
H 2 6/19/83 A 6 



H 2 11/06/83 B 1 
S 2 11/07/83 C 5 



N 582 
N S82 



H 


2 


5/18/83 B 


5 





H 


2 


2/16/83 C 


if 





S 


I 


12/21/33 C 


I 


N 


s 

H 


2 
2 


8/27/33 A 
8/28/33 6 


1 3 
2 


N 




H 2 9/14/83 All 

H 2 5/22/83 1 P F L30 

H 2 ',/03/03 A 19 P N 

H 2 */l<,/83 A 8 

H 2 2/05/83 A 8 N 



H 2 3/13/03 A 7 
H 2 '1/07/83 A 10 



H 2 10/18/83 A <, T T R56 



H 2 2/01/83 a 2 
H 2 5/2'./S3 9 



H 2 9/08/83 C 



H 2 1/04/83 A 1 

H 2 7/26/83 A 9 

H 2 8/0<t/S3 C ID 

H 2 12/06/83 A 3 



H 2 12/31/83 A 5 

H 2 ll/0'./83 A 9 

S 2 2/0'./83 A 1 

S 2 9/02/83 D 2 

H 2 9/11/83 A 8 P F S82 

H 2 1/03/83 B 5 N 

H 2 10/21/83 C 7 

H 2 5/16/83 B 5 



F 

N 583 

N 



S 2 <,/02/83 A 3 
H 2 4/03/83 C 2 



H 2 4/24/83 B 3 P F C52 
S 2 6/17/83 1 P N P55 



H 2 2/13/33 6 2 P F 556 
H 2 3/08/83 B 5 
H 2 10/11/83 8 1 N 



S 2 1/20/83 All N 

S 2 5/14/83 A 3 P N EOS 



S 2 9/30/83 A 1 3 N 
H 2 10/08/83 A 6 P N 



H 2 2/22/83 B 1 



monthlt/an 



PACE '5 2 
l/17/9<, 



P D DATE 



C PC L P BYL 



CLArrON. C. w. CAPT. 

POLICE BUSTS OeSERVE APPLAUSE 

clayton, charles "busba" (hllsoni 

ouRhah native appears in OOCUHENTARY 

clayton, eva iwarren cd. i 

mrs. clayton finos a place in warrtn 

clayton. carv lemuel 

MAN JmaRUED in SADDLE THEFT 

CLAYTON, GEORGE LEAMDN SR. inECEASEOl 
oaf TUARY 

CLAYTON, JOHN 

25 PAST PRESIDENTS OF GROUP HONORED 

CLAYTON, LISBY YARBQRQ IMRS. OSCAR G.l 

HORIZON FASHION SHOW BRINGS 11 YOUNG AUDIENCE 



CLAYTON, MICHAEL JAY 

POLICE ARREST MAN ON 6 DRUG COUNTS 

CLAYTON, ROGER IROXBOROI 

ALAMANCE OFFERS SETTLEMENT 

CLAYTON, THOMAS lANIMAL CONTROL ADVISORY COMMITTEEI 

THE fUR FLIES; WILD ANIMAL CO^ITROL EFFORTS BRING GROWLS FRO^" OWNERS 
COUNTY WILL STUDY WILD ANIMALS, BUDGET 

CLEAVER, BUDDY AND HELEN (ST6MI 

CLOTHING IS SOUGHT FOR VICTIMS OF FIRE 

CLEGG, ALLAN IRALEIGHI 

TEEN CHARGED WITH TAPPING INTO COMPUTER 

CLEGG, VIRGINIA s. 
THf MUSIC FANS 

CLELANO, HiROLO M. 

REAGAN Gunboat tactics no way to win friends 

CLELAND, RICK 

ONLY 'ONE WAY 10 PEACE- 
CLEMENT, A. J. HOWARD III 

CLEMENT ANO PARRISH SEEK SEATS ON DURHAM COUCIL 

6 MORE GET IN LINE FOR VACANT SPOTS ON CITY'S COUNCIL 

6 SEEK CITY COUNCIL SEATS 

COUNCIL CANDIDATES INTERVIEWEI 

COUNCIL HOPfFULS DISCUSS CITY'S GROWTH 

HOWARD CLEMENT NAMED TO COUNCIL SEAT 

CLEMENT JOINS CITY COUNCIL 

EXPERIENCE, INDEPENDENCE MAKE CLEMENT FINE CHOICE 

A SLAP AT BLACK COMMITTEE 

COUNCIL RACES MAY PRODUCE NEW FACES 

PANEL VoVe tallies URGED: COM'llTrEE SUGGESTS RECORDING SPLIT VOTES.. 

GRAVEDIGGING FEES SPARK DIVISION 

CITY NOT OBLIGED TO OFFER GRAVEOIGGERS EXTRA HOURS 

CLEMENT, JANET I DuK £ SCHOOL FOR ChILDRENI 
DUKE PRIMARY SCHOOL TO EXPAND 

CLEMENT, JOSEPHINE 

9 SCHOOL OFFICIALS ATTEND SAN FRANCISCO CONVENTION 
CLEMENT NAMED TO ZOO COUNCIL 

MRS. CLEMENT BARS BIO FOR RE-FLECTION 

CLEMENT WON'T SEEK RE-ELECTION TO BOARD 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WALK 'EXTRA MILE' FUR DIPLOMAS 

3 MAY NOT RUN FOR BOARD 

ROSES FOR THEIR SERVICE 

HUNT NAMES COMMISSION ON EDUCATION 

10 FROM DURHAM AREA PICKED FD? EDUCATION STUDY GROUP 
HAMMONDS IN DISCUSSION 

MRS. CLEMENT HONORED 

A DESERVING AWARD WINNER 

CLEMENT REFLECTS ON SCHOOLS 

2 END SCHOOL BOARD WORK 

GHIRAROELLl GETS SUPPORT TO h; AD CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

CITY HONORS RETIRING BOARD MEMBERS 

BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE URGED 

CLEMENTS, EDWIN P. , , 

COMMISSIONERS' FEELINGS ON NIGHT MEETINGS MIXED 

ROU AIRPORT TAX BOARD REORGANIZED ^ ,, „ . ^, , 

2 DURHAM COMMISSIONERS FAVOR :|TIZENS ON PROPERTY REVIEW PANELS 
COMMISSIONERS MAINTAIN OPINIONS OF NIGHT MEETINGS 
2 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPPOSE SALES TAX INCREASE 
CLEMENTS RESIGNS AFTER 29 YEA-IS ON COUNTY BOARD 
CLEMENTS LEAVING BOARD 

TRUST BEFORE POPULARITY KEY Tl CLEMENTS* SUCCESS 
CHOOSE ANOTHER LIKE CLEMENTS 

CLEMENTS' REPLACEMENT LIKELY TO BE CONSERVATIVE 
DELOATCHE PUSHED FOR COUNTY B]ARO 
BOARD AWARDS CONTRACTS FOR ADIIITION TO SCHOOL 
COUNTY BOARD TO SOLICIT NAMES FOR VACANT SEAT 
CLEMENTS RECOGNIZED 

JUDICIOUS CHOICE REQUIRED ,,„ ,, 

RETIRED COMMISSIONER CONTINUES TO PREACH CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES 
APPLICANTS SOUGHT FOR CLEMENTS' SEAT 

CLEMENTS, GLORIA JEAN 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF KICKING DEPUTY IN FACE 
JAILER SAYS SHE KICKED HIM IN FACE 

CLEMENTS, J. L. 

HOAX: WAS CALLER A PRANKSTER ]R RODBcR? 
PROBE OF HOAX CALL CONTINUES 

CLEMENTS. JAMES HENDERSON IPORTSMOUTH, VA.I 
OBI TUARY 

CLEMENTS, JESSE JR. 

BETTER BALANCE TO LIFT EAGLES? 

CLEMENTS, SAHHA BDBETT (NEWARK, C AL I F . I 
OBITUARY 

CLEMMER, PAUL HUGHFS IGASTON CO. I , ^„ ,, „^ , 

TWO MEN FREE ON BOND CHARGED IN CLERK'S DEATH 



H 2 8/03/S3 A 5 L 

S 2 3/07/81 B <. N 

H I 10/27/93 b 1 P F L3n 

H 3 9/02/83 B 1 N 

H 2 11/03/83 A 15 

S 2 9/17/63 A 3 P N T32 

H 2 9/2D/83 A 6 P N 

H 2 12/18/83 E 2 P F J<,0 

S 2 <./06/83 B 1 N 

H 1 2/09/83 B 1 N 



H 2 5/12/93 B 1 P F B81 
S 2 6/06/83 C 1 N M23 



S 2 8/20/83 A 3 N 

H 2 8/11/83 A 6 N 

H 2 <./27/83 A 4 L 

H 2 7/27/83 A <, L 



H 2 9/13/83 A 



s 




'./22/n3 


A 




p 


N 


K90 


H 




',/23/83 


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S51 


S 




<./23/93 


A 






N 




H 




5/14/83 


A 






N 


S51 


S 




5/U/93 


A 






N 


K90 


H 




5/17/93 


A 




p 


N 


S5I 


s 




5/17/83 


A 




p 


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K90 


s 




5/18/83 


A 






t 




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5/2<./83 


A 






1 




s 




9/10/83 


A 






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K90 


H 




9/20/8) 


K 




p 


P 


S/6 


H 




12/08/83 


A 






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S51 


H 




12/13/R3 


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351 


s 




12/16/83 


A 






e 





H 2 2/27/83 A <i P N W2'. 



H 


2 


',/28/83 


C 


7 




N 


W24 


s 


2 


6/16/93 


C 


10 




N 




H 




6/29/93 


A 






N 


W24 


s 




6/29/93 


B 






N 




s 




8/D2/83 


A 




P 


N 


C05 


H 




8/20/83 


C 






N 




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9/23/93 


A 


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M66 


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10/13/93 


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P 


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10/14/93 


A 


1 I 




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11/11/93 


A 


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N 




H 




11/12/83 


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p 


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11/16/03 


A 




p 


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1 1/24/93 


C 




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C05 


s 




11/28/83 


C 






N 


C05 


H 




11/29/83 


B 






N 


H24 


s 




11/29/83 


C 




P 


N 


C05 


s 




12/15/83 


c 






N 


COS 


H 




1/06/83 


A 






N 


B91 


H 




1/06/93 


B 






N 


H60 


s 




2/18/93 


A 






N 


M23 


H 




5/02/83 


A 






N 


B81 


s 




7/22/83 


A 






N 


X63 


H 




10/19/83 


A 




P 


N 


B81 


s 




10/18/83 


A 




P 


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s 




10/19/63 


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E 




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10/20/93 


A 






E 




H 




10/24/B) 


A 






N 


BSl 


H 




10/27/93 


B 




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B81 


H 




11/08/93 


A 


I 1 




N 


H24 


H 




11/08/83 


B 




P 


N 


891 


S 




11/08/93 


a 




P 


P 


S76 


s 




11/09/83 


A 






E 




s 




11/10/83 


c 




P 


F 


J56 


s 




U/10/93 


c 






N 


J56 



S 2 5/18/83 C 1 N 
H 2- 5/19/83 A 8 N 



H 2 7/02/83 C 1 N A54 
S 2 7/02/63 A 3 N 



H 2 10/03/83 a 7 

S 2 11/19/93 D 5 P F P55 

H 2 8/26/93 C 9 

H 2 7/02/83 A 10 N 



H N r M L 



Y/ANNUAL INOEx 

1/01/U3 - li/3l/e3 



C PG L P 'Ml 



BONDSMANi HORKER CMAHGEO 
aONOSMAN CHARCeO 

eOUNTY HUNTER'S CARD SENDS RGBBER RUNNIM& 
BONDSMAN FINED FOR BUUNTY MUNfER 

CLEMMCNSt LOUIS CARROLL (JACKSONVILLE, N.C.I 

6«-NEWSMAN SENTENCED ON PORNOGRAPHY COUNTS 

CLEMONS. fREO JR. 

ECONOMIC PARITY A MUST, CHAIN TOLD 
BLACKS SEEK ECONOMIC PARITY 

CLEVENGER, PAUL ICARRBOROI 

ROBBERY VICTIM CUT ON HANDS 

CLINDING. DINAH E. IRALEIGHI 

FOURTH ARRESTED IN FORGERY CASE 
DURHAM COUNTY WOMAN FACES FORGERY CHARGE 
FORGERY CASE RESULTS IN MORE WARRANTS 
POLICE FILE MORE FORGERY CHARGES 

JURY Charges three tried to take estate 

CLINE, MARK IB'BALL PLAYERI 
CLINE TO 0EACS7 

POPSON PICKS Carolina; cline 
NCAA Checks deacs 

make prepares NCAA REPORT IN 



OFS alTH WAKE FOREST 

LINE Case 



CLONINGER, BETH 

BROADWAY BOUND! 

CLOTFELTER, CHARLES 

IT'S FAIR TO WITHHOLD INTEREST TAX 
CLOTFELTER IS APPOINTED VICE PROVOST AT DUKE 

C0AT6S. ALBERT 

UNC'S 'GRIN WITHOUT A CAT' CpjNSELS THE FUTURE BARRISTERS 

COATES. PHYLLIS 

t«-DEPUTY: ESCAPEE 8RAME THREATENED TO KILL TWO OFFICERS 

BRAME CONVICTED IN KIDNAPPING CASE 

BRAME GETS IB YEARS FOR ABDUCTION. ASSAULT 



COATS, 



URT REJECTS CASE APPEAL 
IDECEASEDI 



COATS, CHARLES E 
OBITUARY 

COATS. DALE lOUKF HOMESTEAD HISTORIC SITE MANAGERI 
TOBACCO MUSEUM MAY 86 EXPANDER IN DURHAM 

COBB, FREDERICK ROSS OR. 

15 PROMOTED AT DUKE MEDICAL CENTER 

COBBS, JAMES (FRANKLINTONI 

TWO CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

COBEY, WILLIAM JR. 

COBEY TO SPEAK TO GOP GROUP 

WILLIAM COBEY 'CONSIDERING' RJN FOR GOV. 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB BACKS COBEY 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB PROMISES TD BACK C08EY 

COBEY NEEDS A NEW IMAGE 

G.O.P. YARD SALE ICARTOONI 

COaEY SEEKS GOO'S WILL FOR SE'VICE 

SEN. HELMS SUGGFSTS COBEY RUN FOR LIEUTFNANT GOVERNOR 

HELMS' RECOMMENDATION MIGHT H?LP STATE GOP 

COBEY III ICARTOONI 

COBEY wOOfO FOR ANOTHER CONGRESS BIO 

LETTER STIRS REPUBLICANS FOR MARTIN 

SENATOR DISAGREES WITH CLUB 

RIFT DIVIDING N.C. REPUBLICANS 

C03EY URGED NOT TO RUN 

COBEY IS URGED HOT TO MAKE AID AGAINST MARTIN 

DID COBEY PLAN GRENADA INVASION? 

COBEY EYES BIO FOR GOVERNOR 

EOMISTEN, C08EY LEAD IN POLL 

GOP LEGISLATORS VOW TO SUPPORT MARTIN 

COBEY PLANS CAMPAIGN TO UNSEAT IKE ANDREWS 

COBEY TO CHALLENGE UE ANDREWS AGAIN 

COBLE, DOT 

NOT OISAPPUINTEO IN NIXON 
NIXON MUSEUM WELL-PLACED 

COBLE, ED 

GOOD MUS IC IS MISSED 
NIXON MUSEUM WELL-PLACED 

COBLE, HOWARD IREP.I 

OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS SHOULD 'AY MORE 
COBLE EYES CONGRESSIONAL RACE 
COBLE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY 

COBLE, JAMES WALTER I HI LL S80R0UGH I 
OBITUARY 

COBLE, KEN ICHARLOTTEI 

NEW TRIAL GRANTED IN MOLESTATION CASE 

COBLE, RAN 

OUT-OF FIELD TEACHING CRITICIZED 
EXECUTIVE BOARDS TO BE SCRUTIVIZcD 

C08Q, OR. MICHAEL 

study: will DRUG PREVENT EYE DAMAGE? 

COCKERHAM, WALTER C. JR. 

FORMER STATE SENATOR PLANS TO OPPOSE BRITT 
JOHNSTON SAYS HE WON'T RUN F0» CONGRESS 

COCKS, FRANKLIN H. OR. IDUKE UNIV. ENGINEERING PROF.l 
PROF WINS SPACE TEST OF 'FOAM METAL" 

COE, JEFFREY LYNN ISANFORDI 

DRUG ARRESTS MADE IN LEE 



COFFEEN, LINDA IPAINTER) 
DESIGNER'S Alt VITA 



COFFEY, Charles augustine jr. ioeceasedi 

OBITUARY 
COFFIN, EDGAR LEE 



H 2 i)/10/93 A I ? N 

S J <!/i;/a3 B 5 N 

H J 9/13/83 8 1 N A54 

H 2 10/26/83 8 1 N S82 



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3/28/83 


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8/16/83 


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■■ 




N 




H 2 


9/02/83 


A 


4 




F 




H 7 


9/02/93 


A 


4 


T 


T 


R56 


H 7 


9/02/83 


A 


9 




N 




H 7 


9/1 1/83 


H 


4 




N 




H 7 


9/20/93 


A 


1 7 


P 


N 




S 7 


10/10/83 


H 


6 


p 


N 




S 7 


lO/l 1/93 


1 


i. 




N 




H 7 


10/12/83 


A 


6 


P 


N 




H ? 


1 1/01/83 


A 


5 




1 




S 7 


11/04/83 


r 


1 


P 


N 


f 60 


S 7 


11/05/83 


A 


70 




N 




H 7 


11/16/93 


A 


H 


P 


N 




S 7 


12/20/93 


A 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


12/21/83 


A 


I 


P 


N 


U'.6 


H 7 


5/13/83 


A 


5 




N 




S 2 


5/13/83 


A 


4 




L 




S 7 


3/23/83 


A 


4 




1 




S 2 


5/13/83 


A 


4 




L 





H 2 3/29/83 A <. 
H 2 6/01/93 A 15 
H 2 10/27/83 A 6 



H 2 9/02/B3 C 10 
S 2 8/17/83 A 5 



H 2 1/14/83 A 14 
S 2 12/07/83 A 14 



H 2 3/10/83 A 17 



H 1 7/15/83 B 1 
H 2 10/07/83 A 16 



H 2 7/07/83 B 1 

H 3 12/21/83 C 1 

S 2 2/25/83 A 4 

H 2 3/13/83 C 6 



MGNTMLY/AfJNUAL INDEX tiY NAMES 



L Y / A fj N u A L 
l/01/d3 



TWO PERSONS ARE KILLED IN SFPIRATE ACCIDENTS 

FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 

BRIAN K. SMITH INDICTED IN CREECH MURDER CASE 

GRAND JURY RETURNS 12 INDICTMENTS 

OFFICIAL STATES BILL INVQLVINJ DEATH MUST BE RESUBMITTED 

MURDER INDICTMENT HANDED DOWN 

CAULDER IS INDICTED FOR MURDEi 

MAN SENTENCED IN TRAFFIC DEATH 



COOGINSi LDNNIE 0. {RDPESDN CO.] 

U FROM ROBESON COUNTY FACE Ci TA FUNDS CHARGES 
11 INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROBE 

COHEN, OUANE 

PUBLIC COMMENT SLATED ON COUNTY ZONING PLAN 



N, HAKVtY JAY UK. 

Change policy on titles 

n, ian (tennis pla 
sheet 16 triumph 

cohen. rhonda s. or. 

bicyclists find happiness together 

COHN.^EDI^I faces: AGE IS HONORED I^l EDIE COHN'S PORTRAITS 

COJANIS, HFLEN ,, , 

SPILLED EGGNUG CAUSED FALL, SJIT SAYS 

COKER, LOUISE VENABLE (CHAPEL HILLl 
dniTUARIES 

COLDEST. TERRY (RALEIGH FIREMAN! 

HELP FROM COUSINS GOT THEM TGGEThFR 

COLCLOUGH. KENNETH 

CHLCLOUGH held IN HEIST ATTEMPT 

8 sheets of tobaccq stolen 

colcough. maby frances 

thanks to fire oeparthent 

'■ 'surgeons at duke reconstrucii>ig esphagi 

ouke surgeon uses intestine n replace diseased esophagi 

cole. dorthy ann stanton 
obituary 

COLE. ELVIN JAMES JR. 

TWO MEN SENTENCED IN CASES OF ASSAULT 
2 GET PRISON TERMS 

COLE. evANDEP DUNCAN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

COLE. FREDDIE ( P I AN 1 S I- VOCAL I ST I 

FREDDIE COLE ECHOES NAT'S ERA 

COLE. JASPER JR. (SANFORO) 

STOLEN ITEMS RECOVERED; TEEN HELD 
CLOTHES SAID STOLEN 

^^"■^'puBUC safIty cruiser hits, kills ourham teen 

POLICE DON'T BELIEVE SPEED LINKED TO DEATH 
POLICE DON'T THINK OFFICER SP=£DING 
OFFICER DRIVING ABOUT 35 MPH 
OBITUARY 

NO CHARGES PLANNED AGAINST PSD IN ACCIDENT THAT KILLED TEEN-AGER 

PSO HON' I BE CHARGED IN DEATH 

CITY SUED IN DEATH OF YOUTH OS ROAD 



COLE, RUTH (NURSE MinwIFFl .,_ , , 

THEY WEREN'T STRANGERS EVEN AT THE BtGINNING 

COLE, TOMMY (GRAHAM HS B'BALL. COACMI r . r i. . „ rue .,, 

AFTER 3-A TITLE, GRAHAM'S STILL LIVING IN LAND OF ENCHANTMENT 

COLE, HULIE EOhaRD (DECEASED! 



, WILLI 
OBITUA 



COLEMAN, BILL 

CHATHAM COUNTY MANAGER RESIGNS 

COLcMAN, ^OJJi^jj Jj^ SPEED OETECJION OF CANCER AT DUKE 

COLEMAN, ERNEST (CHARLOTTE! 

LIFE SENTENCE RECEIVED IN KILLING OF POLlCtMAN 

COLEMAN, GARY KtlTH (RALEIGH! 

«, N.C. MEN KILLED IN WRECK 

COLEMAN, HARLAN G. SR. ( H I L L S BOROu:. H ! 
OBi TUARY 

COLEMAN, OPAL MARIE (HURDLE MILLS! 
OalTUARY 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM HOWARD 

FaIr rides. BOOTHS BACK IN BUSINESS 

COLENOA, ALLEN (OXFORD! 

HE CAME BACK TO OXFORD AND 'FAMILY' 

COLEY, MICKEY WAYNE ISTONY POINT! 
1ST TRAFFIC DEATH REPORTED 



COLEY, MILLARD FIlMORE "RUCK" 
i CITED ON DRUG COUNTS 



N E 
P 


DATE 


C 


I 

L 
PG L 


T 

P BYL 


H ? 
S ?- 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


5/08/83 
5/09/83 
6/07/83 
6/07/83 
6/OS/83 
7/16/83 
7/16/83 
12/06/83 


A 

c 

B 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 


1 P 

1 

1 
11 

8 
10 
14 
14 


N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N S82 


S 2 


5/20/83 


A 


4 


L 


11 


7/25/83 
7/26/83 


A 
A 


I 

1 P 


N 
N 


S 2 


3/09/83 


B 


1 


N M23 


H 2 


8/31/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/0'./83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


8/02/83 


B 


2 P 


P C56 


H 2 


1/3D/83 


E 


2 P 


F M95 


S 2 


3/03/83 





1 P 


F A15 


H Z 


10/1 1/83 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/27/83 


B 


5 





H 2 


2/06/83 


E 


2 P 


F S56 


H 2 
S 2 


9/15/83 
9/15/83 


B 
C 


3 
1 


N 
N 


H 2 


9/06/83 


A 


5 


L 


H 2 
S 2 


1/03/83 
1/03/83 


B 
C 


5 

2 


N 
N 


H 2 


3/20/33 


A 


18 





H 2 
S 2 


3/01/83 
3/01/83 


A 

A 


8 
6 


N B51 

N 


H 2 


8/26/83 


c 


9 





H 2 


5/06/83 


A 


12 


P S66 


H 2 
S 2 


9/08/93 
9/08/83 


C 

c 


12 
1 


N 
N 


H 2 
S 2 

H 2 
5 2 

H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 


2/10/83 
2/10/83 
2/11/83 
2/11/83 
2/12/83 
2/13/83 
2/28/83 
3/01/83 
9/16/83 


A 
A 
B 

c 
c 

D 
A 

B 
B 


I 
I 
1 
1 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 


N 

N 

N 154 

N 



E 

N 

N 

N S82 


H 2 


7/02/93 


B 


3 





H 2 


6/30/83 


C 


8 


N 


H 2 


11/27/83 


E 


2 P 


f H45 


H 2 


',/03/83 


B 


9 


N C36 


H 2 


12/30/83 


A 


10 





H 3 


11/19/83 


c 


1 


N 


S 2 


5/19/83 


A 


1 P 


C U5 7 


H 2 


3/03/83 


D 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/26/83 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


1/09/83 


6 


7 





H 2 


',/06/83 


A 


19 





H 2 


9/29/83 


A 


1 


N A54 


H 1 


1/14/93 


B 


1 P 


F L3a 


S 2 


1/01/83 


A 


16 


N 


H 2 


6/05/93 


c 


9 


N 



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~Ltb\0- MGN TmlV/ANNual 

l/Ol/dJ - 


I N D L x (i Y 
li/3i;B3 


NAMES 










PACE 'i 
1/17/8', 






N 
P 


F 

D 


DATE 


S 

E 
C 


PG 


I T 
L V 
L P 8YL 


Two MEN FACE OkuG CHARGES 




S 


2 


6/06/83 


A 




N 


CQLINUBESt HOMULO E. OR. 

UNC ME0IC41. COURSE S TUOI £0 — CH ANOE S POSSIBLE 




H 


, 


5/07/83 


B 




N 930 


COLLIE. RICKY DON 

TUO ARRESTED IN HENDERSON 




H 


1 


2/10/1)3 


B 




N 


"^^■S'bItS!!*}^ "°"°~ 


















H 


2 


1/08/6 3 


B 




a 


COLLIER, JEAN M, lORANCE CO.I 

RESERVOIR fl) BE NAMED AFTER C4 N CREEH 




M 


3 


12/22/93 


B 




N 9',6 


COLLIER. ROBERT 

". TEENS CHARGED KITH CAR BREA<-INS 




H 


2 


5/09/B3 


B 




N 


YOUTH PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER 




H 
H 


! 

2 


<,/01/13 
ll/09/a3 


A 

C 


1 1 

lA 


N 

N 


COLLINS, ALLISON MARIE 

rui ARRfSTtn INSTOt HOUSE 

GIRL GETS PRISON TERM FOR BREAKING INTO HOME 




H 
H 


1 


7/07/ej 
9/13/83 


A 
A 


6 
8 


N 
N 


' COLLINS, BERT 

' ^J.^. MUTUAL PROMOTES «, TOP EXECUTIVES 




s 


2 


9/03/83 


A 


3 


P N 


COLLINS, BEULAH 

CHUCKLE- S AUTHOR DIES 

JOURNALIST, AUTHOR MRS. COLLISS AT 60 




s 

H 


2 
2 


7/01/93 
7/02/83 


A 

B 


1 
3 


n 

P 


COLLINS, COY CLAY 

POLICE PROBING DEATH 




s 


2 


5/2'./93 


B 


1 


N 


OBITUARY 




H 


2 


5/25/83 


A 


1 I 





COLLINS, DAVID N. JR. 

2 CHARGED IN DEATH OF FISHER 

TMO MEN CHARGED IN FISHER MURDER 
3R0 MAN HELD IN FISHER DEATH 

3 FACE CHARGES IN FISHER SLAYING 




s 

H 

s 

H 


2 

2 


6/15/83 
6/16/93 
6/16/83 
6/17/83 


A 
A 

C 
B 


1 
1 

1 
1 


N L36 

N 
N 
N 


COLLINS, ELIZABETH ( K ERNER S VI LL E 1 

WOMAN SAYS SHE CANNOT PAY FOR SON'S OPERATION 




H 


2 


3/1 1/63 


A 


1 1 


P N 


COLLINS, JAMES J. JR. 

DRUG LINK TO VIOLENCE UNPROVED 

DRUG USE SAID NOT DIRECT CAUSE OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR 


H 

s 


1 


1/11/63 
1/11/63 


A 
A 


1 1 

5 


N 930 



IN AS^EVILLE 

S OPERATION 



MASS 
TACK 



COLLINS, JEFFREY J. ICHAPEL HILLI 

SERUM PROTECTS MICE AGAINST BLOOD CANCER 

COLLINS. LEMUEL FRANKLIN ( H INSTQN-S ALE M I 
OBITUARY 

COLLINS. MICHAEL 

COLLINS PLANS MOVE TO TEXAS 

COLLINS. NORA lASHEVILLEI 

2 MEN KILLED BY GUNFIRE 

COLLINS. VERNON SMAHN ( KERNER SV I LLE I 

WOMAN SAYS SHE CANNOT PAY FOR SON 

COLLIS, CHRIS (POSTMASTcRJ 
NEW POSTMASTER 

COLM. JANET 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OFFICE 0PE1S 

COLPITTS, DON 
NEEDLE - 

COLSON, EDDIE lUNC-CH FOOTBALLI 

COLSON OE-BLlMPS INTO VALUABLE UNC RULE 

COLSON. FLORA ANN 

OFFICER HURT DURING STRUGGLE J I TH PAIR 
DURHAM OFFICER INJURED IN SCUFFLE 

COLTON, JOEL OR. 

SOCIETY HONORS DUKE'S COLTON 

DR. COLTON TO BE ONE OF 12 VISITING SCHOLARS 

SCHOLAR NAMED 

CQLTRANE. CARla 

COUNTERING ISOLATION: NETWORK FORMING FOR HEAD-INJURED PEOPLE. F/ 

CQLTRANE, JOHN [JUL SAXOPHONISTI 

TRIBUTE TO HOME ON COLTRANE r;-ISSU6 

COLIRANE, MARGARFT W. 

HELP The hanoicappeo 

COLVARO, ANN (DIRECTOR. ChAPFL Hi LL -C ARRBORO YMCAI 

CLOSING OF Chapel hill ymca foreseen 

COIVARO, GENEVA ICOURT CLERKl 
COLVARO EXPECTS ANYTHING 



H 2 6/2<./n3 B 7 N 

H 2 9/17/83 B 8 

S 2 6/22/93 C 1 3 N 

H 2 <,/06/fl3 A 3 N 

H 2 3/U/83 A 1 1 P N 
H 2 9/01/83 C 8 P P 737 
H 2 10/25/83 A 1 2 N 9<,6 

H 2 ',/12/93 A <, L 

H 2 10/12/83 C 1 P F S91 



H 2 10/03/83 B 1 
S 2 10/03/83 A 6 



H 2 <,/03/e3 A l« 
S 2 ',/07/B3 A 14 
H 2 10/29/83 C 10 



N M51 
N 



N 



FROM PROSPECTIVE JURORS 

COL V IN, U. J. 

PLANNING PANEL WORKS FOR FUTUf E 

COMACK. FL0N20 RFv. 

WHEN YOU'RE HOT. YOU'RE NOT 
'SAX MAN' DRAWS CROWDS 

COMAN, WILLIAM '"iILL" 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
CENTER PLANS MAY BE MORE OEFniTE SOON 

COMBS. DONNA JEAN IWILKES CO.I 
WOMAN DI ES OF GUNSHOTS 

COMBS. STEVE 

AMERICANS ILL-INFORMEO ON LATIN AMERICA 

COMER. MARVIN H. (BURLINGTON! 

ELON COLLEGE TO PRESENT AWARDS TODAY 
COUPLE GIVES $100,000 TO ELON IN CAMPAIGN 

COMQ. PERRY 

COMO: 'THEY KNOW I BELIEVE' IV DUKE BENEFIT TOURNAMENT 
Syijf. f"!?P 1° "OfOR COMO, HELP FIGHT CHILDHOOD DISEASES 
RAIN THREAT AT CLASSIC FAILS TO CLOUO SPIRITS 
IN SPITE OF THE CLOUDS. CLASSIC'S STARS SHINE 



MILIES S 2 6/10/83 fl 1 P F S09 

H 2 8/12/93 D 9 P U S66 

H 2 9/07/83 A 5 L 

H 2 1/21/83 B 1 N W36 

S 2 10/17/83 C 1 P F S09 

H 2 8/03/83 A 5 L 



H 2 9/10/83 B 1<. P P K30 
S 2 3/10/93 C 1 P F K90 



H 2 2/01/83 B 1 U 

S 2 './06/83 B 1 N K90 



H 2 2/08/83 B 
H 2 6/21/63 A 



H I <./30/93 B 1 P N 

H I 10/29/83 C 1 N H60 



H 2 5/15/63 F 3 P F H<,9 

5 2 5/20/63 A 1 N L38 

H 2 5/21/83 A 1 P N W66 

H 2 5/22/63 A 1 P F H'.9 



NOEX BY N»MES 

U/31/83 

5 I T 

N E ELY 

P D OATE C PG L P 3YL 

MHEN 5INATR4 »RRIVEO: CROHO W« S "SITTING ON TOP OF HORLO" H 2 5/J2/93 A 1 F wt>6 

DUKE CLASSIC'S CELteilTlES PAY 5ACK FANS — AND HOK ! H 2 1/15/83 A P N BSl 

6.500 HELP CELEBRATE PERRY COIO'S BIRThOAY S 2 5/23/83 A 1 P N fl71 

COHO, RICharo (DUKE ASST. FOOTBALL COACHI 

SLQAN HIRES COMO S 2 3/10/83 6 I N 

COHPTON, BETTY BAINES (CEDAR GROVEl 

CEDAR GRQVc *«OMAN HINS FOUN0ATIO:4 AWARD H 2 11/15/R3 A 6 P N 

UONDER woman: family VURSE practitioner UETTY COHPTDN OOES it ALL H 2 12/ie/n3 E I P F J'.O 



COMPTON, STEPHEN MICHAEL ( W 1 N TER V IL LF 1 

STATE TRUOPER CHARGED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 



CONE. 60NNIE c. (CHARLOTTE! 

NINE PERSONS WILL RECEIVE DUKE HONORARY DOCTORATES 



CONVERY, DAVE ( PE NNSY LV AN U 1 
HIKER IN BURKE SI - 



CQOKi OAVID LEE 
JUO(i' -""- 



COOKt RUTH (WAKE CQfl 

TWO LFAVInS UTILITIES PANEL 



WILLIAM (REGINAIDO HOWARD MEMORIAL) 
MANY PEOPLE HELPED IN SCHOLARSHIP EFFORT 



COOKE, CLYDE FREDR 



H 2 12/01/83 A 16 



CONOIE. GAIL 

WOMEN GET INVESTMENT HELP H 2 l/l',/a3 8 2 P F M<)5 

CONDON, FLSA PETH 1 Ml LL SBOROUGH 1 

gSIIUARY H 2 3/03/83 C 15 

OBITUARY H 2 3/0'./e3 C 6 

CONDORET, JOAN (CHAPEL HlLLl 

NEW CHAUMAN TAKES REINS OF BALL SOCIETY H 2 2/08/63 A 6 P N 



H 2 '■/20/e3 A 



OBITUARY H 2 ',/10/B3 C 4 

CONN. JAMES MICHAEL IGASTgNIAl 

MAN SentEnCEO F(5S ExToftTloN attempt h 2 3/11/83 B 4 N 

CONNER, BOB 

FOlkS aROuNO HERE: The way Things are H 2 7/26/83 B 1 u 

CONNOR, LEF IDANCE TfACHERI 

NEW MEXICO DANCE TEACHER IS J3INING DUKE'S PROGRAM H 2 12/28/83 CAN 

VISITING ARTIST JOINS DUKE nA<(CE PROGRAM S 2 12/29/83 3 N 

CONNORS. GREGORY A. 

POLICE ARREST <, MEN ON BURGLARY CHARGES S 2 8/25/83 A 1 N F30 

<, DURHAM m£n arrested in 2-COJNTY INVESTIGATION M 2 8/26/83 All N A54 

CONOLEY, NEAL (N.C. OFFICE OF maRNE AFFAIRSl 

CQNOLEY PROOUCtS TRIBUTE TO OLD-TIME WATERFOwLERS H 2 12/a'./a3 6 10 P R W60 



H 2 <./08/83 C 6 



BURKE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING H 2 3/11/93 A 13 

CONYERS, LOUISE A. (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 11/17/83 A 18 

OBITUARY H 2 11/18/83 A 12 



H 2 11/10/33 



E ORDERS MAN TO STOP VIOLATIONS H 2 3/22/B3 A 10 N 

COOK. JAMES LUTHER SR. 1 HILLSbOROUilHI 

OBITUARY H 2 8/31/83 A 9 

COOK. JOHN E. 

COOK NEW DIRECTOR OF MOUNTAIN PARK S 2 1/28/83 All N 

COOK. JOHN OSCAR 

JURY SENTENCES MAN TO DEATH H 2 5/15/83 A 10 N 

COOK. JUOY (CIVITANl 

CREATIVE CIVITAN H 2 10/18/83 A 8 P P M66 

COOK* LARRY FRANKLIN 

OFFENSE HINGES ON A KISS H 2 8/12/83 8 1 N S82 

COOK. PAULA JO (CHAPEL HILLl 

THEY DIDN'T TAKE LONG TO MEET FACE TO FACE H 2 9/25/83 £ 2 P F H45 

COOK, PHILIP J. ' 

GRANT HELPS CRIME STUOY H 2 5/18/83 A 8 N 

COOK TO STUOY VIOLENCE OF ROBBERY S 2 5/18/83 B <. N 

COOK, ROD (DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTERI 

COUPLE ARE READY TO GET ON WITH LIFE H 2 2/20/83 E 2 P F S56 

COOK, ROGER M. 

INTRUDER MEETS STIFF RESISTANCE ON SECOND TRIP H 2 12/26/83 B 1 N S51 

COOK, RONALD LARRY (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 5/28/93 6 ", 

COOK, RONNIE DALE 

DURHAM MAN BADLY BEATEN H 2 5/02/83 A 8 N 



__-,-_.-..-_-_ H 2 ',/30/B3 A I P N 

LEGISLATIVE PANfLS SUPPORT Twl PEOPLfc FOR UTILIUS POSITIONS H 2 6/02/83 C 9 N 

TWO UTILITIES APPOINTMENTS AR- APPROVED H 2 6/03/83 A 9 N 



H 2 11/30/93 A 



, CLYDE FREDRICK lOXFOROI 

OXFORD MAN DIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT H 2 3/16/83 U 5 N 

COOKE, JOHN E. (LOUISBURGI 

(JraNKLIN man held IN SLAYING H 1 6/21/93 6 1 N 

COOKE, JOHN OSCAR (BOUNEI 

THREE MEN ARRAIGNED IN MURDER CASE H 2 <i/l',/83 B 5 N 

COOKE. MIRIAM 

HONEYMOON TOUR LEO TO WHITE H1USE VISIT H 2 7/26/93 A 6 P N 

COOKE. ROGER L. 

KEEP LIBRARY OPEN TO PUBLIC H 2 lO/a^/BS A 5 L 

COOLEy, GRETChEN 

BELOW THE GUTTER H 2 <i/15/83 A <> L 

COOLEY. WILLIAM ANDREW (WAKE fORESTl 

3 MEN FACE DRUG CHARGES H 1 3/31/B3 B 1 N 

COOMBS. STEPHEN 



Mir/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/ni/ul - li/3l/nl 



N « H E S 



rOU SPOILED THE MOVIc 

COTPt DIC^ DP. 

PSYCMOLDGISf ' 5 AID HELPS DOHEWV F I MO KEr TO 



'KIGHT' SIUFF 



COPPER, i. DERWIM D«. 

•IFOICAL CONSULTANT PETIRES 
OOCTOP HONORED ON RETIREMENT 
COOPER STANDS TALL 

COOPER. CHARLES 

MUSFUI OF LIFE C SCIENCE CHOOSES OFFICERS FOR 1983 

REMEM"ERING ARTHUR GODFREY 

DON'T DISTURB THE GRAVES OF INDIANS 

COOPER. EDNA AND ROY 

HER 63 YEARS OF MARRIED LIFE 'AID OFF AT COOKING SCHOOL 

COOPER. LARRY BILLY I H I LL SPOR OUGH I 

HTLLSBOHQUGH MAN CHARGED IN 0-ATH 

MAN CHARGED JITH MURDER AFTER STABBING 

HEARIf;G SLATED 

HILLSBOROUGH HEARING SET IN KVIFE DEATH 



F 

n 


S 

t 

DATE C 


I 

L 

PG L 


2 


5/18/83 A 


S 


2 


12/23/83 C 


1 P 



S 2 9/27/83 C 1 P N 
H 2 9/28/83 A I? N 

5 2 9/29/83 A 4 E 



2 2/28/83 3 
2 3/27/83 C 
2 4/28/83 A 



H 2 10/04/83 



S 2 11/28/83 C I 

H 2 1 1/29/83 B I 

5 1 11/29/83 C 1 

H 3 11/30/83 C I 



P N L<.1 
P U L57 



aONE MABROh CANCER TREATED WITH INTERFERON 

COOPER. MARTHA HARGRAvES ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBI TUARY 

COOPER, RICHARD lAUTHURl 

EDUCATIONAL CHILDREN'S BOOKS ARE COOPER'S bREAO AND BUTTER 

COPE, WILLIAM ECTOR JR. 

COURT VACATES DEATH PENALTY 

NE.< TRIAL ORDERED IN 1980 MURDER CASE 

COPELAND, BETTY maRABLE 

FOUR CANDIDATES FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

SCHOOL BOARD RACE HEATING UP 

SCHOOLS' IMAGE WEIGHED AT FORJM 

2 SCHOOL BOARD TNCUMBENTS GET OVA BACKING 

DURHAM Elections: 13 seeking =osts on school board 

FIRST ROUND TUESDAY IN DURHAM ELECTIONS: SCHOOL BOARD... 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRIMARIFS 

THREE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL 30AR0 

SCHOOL BOARD WINNERS DESERVE : ONGR A TUL A T 1 ON S 

2 NEWCOMERS WIN SEATS ON CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

VOTERS' CHOICES REFLECT EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS 

MEMBERS TAKE OATHS 

PV^;;*?r£il'' l£"S9'-, ^9;"", ELECTS OR. ROBERT GHIRAROELLI CHAIRMAN 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD TAPS NEW CHAIRMAN 

COPELAND, FRANK 

DURHAM POSTMASTER RETIRING 
DURHAM'S POSTMASTER TO RETIRE 

COPELAND, CORDON ~~ 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION WORKS 

COPELAND, J. WILLIAM (JUOGEJ 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS 2 JUSTICES WERE ENTERTAINED AT COTTAGE 

COPELAND, JOHN (MARINt FROM flUflLIN'TO:Jl 

MARINES: BURLINGTON VICTIM HAS DUE BACK HOME SOON 
JOHNNY COPELAND, BOMBING VICTIM 

BODY OF BURLINGTON MARINE SLAIN IN BEIRUT BROUGHT HOME 
TWO MARINES KILLED IN BEIRUT ARE BURIED 

COPLEY, JESSE' OTHA SR . lOECEASEDl 

OBITUARY r 



IN, AL0N20 (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



iii, samue 
obItuahy 

corcoran, joe (washington. n.c. tv reporter! 

N.C. TV REPORTER WOUNDED IN BtIRUT 

tv reporter is wounded by marines 
newsmen return to n.c. 

copley, janice g. 

•Chemical people' supported 

copmack, terry l8as£nall playeri 

'yes and no:' reviews mixed o'l pluckings of atlanta's waooell, 

CORN, PANSY flIGSBEE 
OBITUARY 

C0PN6LI0US, EvE 

PLAY HIGHLIGHTS BLACKS 

ALL That ja22 

CORR, MARK SIMMONS 

FOUR ARRESTED IN RAID 

POLICE RAID NETS DRUGS, DETONATORS 

CORREIRA, CIRINE DOS SANTOS IBRA2ILI 

BLIND GIRL HOPING TO SEE IN DJRHAM 

BRAZILIAN GIRL TO HAVE 2N0 EYE OPEKATION TODAY 

SURGERY HELPS DRA2ILIAN GIRL SEE 

EYE DOCTOR WORKS WONDER 

SAYING FAREWELL 

MANY PEOPLE HELPED BLIND GIRL 

CREDIT MUSI BE SHARED 



CORRELL 



ll, franklin monroe (oeceasedi 
ObItuary 



corts, paul r. dr. (wingaie collegf president! 

bsother of wingate president named new college PRESIUENT 

corvette, ted 

OWASA wins right to CCNPEMN land for cane CREEK RESERVOIR 

owasa gets power to condemn l« nd 

cosell, howard 

oIas Charge rings hollow 

coston, john hubert (deceased! 
obi tuary 

coTNER. Rhonda lynn 



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8/30/83 
10/07/83 
10/08/83 
10/09/83 
10/09/83 
10/10/93 
10/12/83 
10/12/83 
10/12/83 
10/13/83 
12/12/83 
12/13/83 
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H 2 8/20/83 A 3 N 



H 2 10/26/83 A 1 N 

H 2 ll/OS/83 A 10 

H 2 11/07/83 A II N 

H 2 11/08/83 B 5 N 



H 2 5/30/93 A 9 
H 2 3/31/83 A 15 
H 2 6/04/83 6 9 



S 2 12/15/83 A 1 N 
H 2 12/16/83 A 12 N 
S 2 12/19/83 C 5 N 



H 2 11/09/83 A 5 
H 2 12/18/83 a 1 I 
H 2 7/11/83 B 5 



S 2 2/14/83 C 1 
S 2 9/05/83 A 3 P 



H 2 1/07/83 B 1 
S 2 1/07/83 A 14 



H 2 3/15/83 B 1 P 

H 2 4/14/83 a 1 P 

H 2 6/30/83 B 1 P 

S 2 7/13/83 A 4 

H 2 7/20/83 C 7 P 

H 2 8/02/B3 A 5 

S 2 a/03/93 A 4 



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H 2 4/24/83 A 10 



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MONrHLY/AN 



MARD-H08KING PAIR TIE THE KNOT 



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CQTIEN. 9EVEBLY IBANJO PLAYERl , „,„, , 

VISII[NG ARTIST AT PTC HILL APPEAR ON TV PROGRAM H 2 2/l'?/a3 B <. N 

COTTEN, PAUL AUGUSTA lACCIOENT VlCTIHI i, ,„,.-, , 

THREE OIE IN WRECKS " 2 5/2')/83 C 3 N 

""'SSuSIJ?'" ""'""'- ■"■• " ! 1/20/83 B 6 

""\'Z-?5i?"cHALl!^iiG"^?'^JS?ipFS IN HEOICAID H 2 10/23/83 B 1 N 

COTTON, GRAHAM C. ICHAPEL HILLI ,,i,>wi)-> r 7 n 

OBITUARY " ? 10/21/83 C 7 

COTTON. HENRY ANTHONY JR. "HANK" .. , ^^.nyo-, c . u 

Sfw TRIAL ORDERED IN 1980 NUR3 £R CASE H 2 8/10/83 B 1 N 

COITRILL. DAVID A. ICHAPEL HILLI ^ , ,,,,,., . ^ , 

CATERER IS RILED BY FOOD STORY H 2 6/17/83 A <. L 

""'^"Jb?tS5'r7 """"^ 'DECEASED. „ J om/Bi B 

""'■"jnucS-s'^2oRK''EARNS H0N0»S FROX »E"QRIAL , " | '^?5<?3 8 ? " ^ SSt 

COUCH FEELS READY FOR SHOT AT CROWN IN -(tMORIAL EVENT H 2 6/18/83 ^ F P07 

rniifH. frtAPPFtl MATCH 6QS IN MEMORIAL H 2 6/19/B3 B ^ N PO 7 

COUCHES 69 SHARES LEioT PARK IN , STROT Ht R ARE OTHERS ATOP ORANGE CO.... H 2 8/06/83 B 2 P N S91 

"""5b7tS5ry'^ maynaRO IOECEaSEOI „ ^ 6/23/83 C 12 



COUCH, THOMAS ROSS 

TWO MEN ARRESTED IN RAID 



G£J"ANYi? TREESSICKENi ACID»AIN IS SUSPECTED 
COX, ^55gy,J,|''{i ,„£ AUTOMATED OFFICE 



COX, QORSEY LEE CASHVILLcl 

GRAND JURY INOICIS 3 MEN 



H 2 1/17/83 A 1 1 



Two FACE CHARGES FOR WEAPONS, DRUGS S 2 1/17/83 C 8 N 

""'■'0UKE*UNivfRSITY STUDENTS PLAY CUPID FOR THEIR FRIENDS H 2 5/15/83 E 2 P F H<,5 

""'■'00l!T0Ss''^G5auP URGES NUCLEAR V AR EDUCATION S 2 11/05/83 A3 N J56 

""'■'e'mKoySent''sTAIISTICS to be studied S 2 12/03/83 A 2 P N 

COULTER, N. A. JR. ICHAPEL MlLLJ , ./m/o, » 4 1 

SOVIET MISSILE PROPOSAL RIGHT STcP H 2 [/07/83 » ^ L 

TREATY WOULD BENEFIT US " | !/fn/5l ! 4 I 

WORLD HfADED FOR NUCLEAR DISASTER H 2 3/10/93 A 4 L 

•IT AIN'T GONNA WORK' " f ,?OTo/Sl . i T 

DO SOMETHING TO PREVENT THAT WAR H 2 11/19/83 ALL 

COUNCIL, FORfESI I UNC HIGHWAY RESEARCH CESTERI , , , ^, , 7/07/01 .in u 

LEGISLATORS TOLD CH I LD-RE SIR Al NT SEAT LAW IS WORKING H 2 7/07/83 A 18 N 

COUNCIL, MARY STUART „ , -,/,a/oi a I n 

MARY STUART COUNCIL DIES AT 89 ,„ ,, ? f l'^ S'^21 t n 

FUNERAL SERVICES SCHEDULED T010RR0W FOR MRS. COUNCIL S 2 3/18/83 A 1 u 

""""^REjoGMnON DUE FOR A JOS WELL DONE H 2 3/15/83 A 5 L 

"^"S^'PE^itL^'n^f^ ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY S-EEP H 2 3/09/33 i \ ' « «J 

DRUG ARRESTS ClIMB TO 21; RAH AIMED AT STREET DEALERS S 2 3/09/83 B 1 N F3I} 

S 2 3/11/83 A 2 P P C56 

H 2 12/23/83 I 1 P F W66 

""^'aJl-SIiTE Bn'ARD: BLACK GROUPS WANT CHANGE FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS H 2 7/07/83 B I „ ^ W2J 

FORMER DURHAM MINISTER HEADS NATIONAL COUNCIL H 2 12/03/B3 A 8 P K A20 

COVIL, STACY ISANITARIANI ,7 3/01/83 A 12 N 

COVIL GETS SANITARIAN BOARD PJST 5 2 3/03/B3 A 12 

COVINGTON, COLLIE "NUG" IDECEASEDI • , ,)/o7/83 B 10 

OBITUARY " ^ li/u./o7 

COVINGTON, DOUGLAS I W INSTuN- SAL EM I , s/qo/ai a I N 

FEDERAL JURY RULES FOR CHANCELLOR " ' 6/09/83 b I 

COVINGTON, HOWARD e. JR. IGRE£NSB0)U1 ,,„,.,„ rt„co,, H ^ 4/30/33 A 10 N 

NEWSMAN TO TOUT BARBER FOR N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL " - "./iU/OJ 

COVINGTON, MARY GRIFFIN lOECEASEO) „ j 6/12/83 C 2 
uBITU*Rt ' 

COVINGTON, NAIha:i1EL IDtCEASEDI „ j 7/31/83 C 2 

H 2 6/12/83 t 1 P F h^S 

"""^i; S:N'p»wi?E BOARD OF niRE-TO.S' " ^ ^'■"■■"^ ° ' ' ' ' '-' 

"''"gR'A^v"i^irs"'i5^J7iH''is?ER!;ES,fioN' 5 J '""'"'" ' ' ■■ 

^""^^SuKE'^SlAiSiSk Jc?VjE^fS°lc"iuTI NO DURING COLLEGE H2 5/13/83 B 2PF 

"-"-ING.^ELLIS 63 nK.,,,,^„. .,,. ,.,„ ,, SUSPECTED H 2 12/l'./83 el N B30 



S 2 4/01/83 B 1 P F J06 



COX, DON ^ H 3 10/12/83 b 1 N H90 

CHAMBER GROUP DISCUSSES WATER " ' l"'l^'»' 

COX, DOROTHY IBLACK^NUPSES ASSOC.I 5 j 4/04/83 3 6 N 

NURSES CROUP ORGANIZED j t ■•/ - 



H 2 1/06/83 A 6 



COX, EARLENE I IBM TAX AITORNFYI . 5 j 4/28/93 CI F S83 

CORPORATE WORLO TOUGri FOR BLACK WOMEN ^ 



H0NtHLY/4^J 






cax, Eci,.*Ro (PiEnMnNT techmcai. college presidenti 

PIECMONT tech: 12 YEARS OLD 4M GRUHING 

rOK f EOwIN OP . 

STUDY AT DUKE OFFERS MELANOMA TREATMENT 

ER.VEST (CHARLOTTE TRuCKlNr. 
CHARLOTTE MAN MAY GET POST 

COX. M. E. 

SPREAD The ^iLAME 

COXi MILDRED 

TWO PAY UP Clydesdale suit ausro 

COX, SUSAN IFUNFEST CHAIRMANI 
FUNFEST a SUCCESS 

COY, DAVID fi. 

SOCCER WANTED AT NORTHERN 

CQZART, LETHIA CROSS lOECEASEDI 
081 TUARY 

C02ART, UILLIAM HREY (DECEASEOI 

CO£ART, LEAF WAREHOUSE OWNER IN DURHAM, DIES 
WILLIAM w. C02AHT, LEAF WAREHTUSEMAN 

C020RT, JACK 

THE GOVERNOR'S HOLFPACK MAFIA IN ALflUQUERQUE 

HUNT MOVES QUICKLY TO HEAL POLITICAL RIFT WITH GREEN 

CRAftTHFF R A 

OFF-DUTY OFFICER ARRESTS MAN IN t.UN-PO I N I ING RUW 

CRABTREE, FOY 

CLUB AWARDS 

CRABTREt, JIMMY WAYNE 

3 TEENS CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

CRABTRFE, JOHN RAY I H n I SBOROUGH I 
WORK-SfLEASE INMATE ESCAPES 

CRABTREE, NETTIE STANLEY lORANGE CT.I 
OBITUARY 

CRABTREE, OVA CLAY "BUD" (ATLANTIC 6EACH1 
091 TUARY 

CRABTREE, THOMAS FPANK I H ILL SODROu; M I 



( Ktt, 
OBITu 



CRAQOOCK, LILLIAN (GREENSBOhOI 
BURNING BODY IS FOUND 

CRADLE, HARVEY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CRAFT, JOHN S. (lEWISVILLEI 

MAILMAN GIVES HAND TO SANTA 

CRAIG, ANDREW 

DEATH SENTENCES LEFT INTACT 

CRAIG, BETTY L. REV. (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

CRAIG. MARY ALICE (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OB 1 TUARY 

CRAIG, ROGER LEE (DETROIT PITCHING COACH) 
ROGER AND BASEBALL: A LOVE AFFAIR 
CRAIG SAYS HE'LL RETIRE AFTER SEASON 



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S 2 5/26/83 A 10 P P S76 

H 2 1 1/17/83 B ", N 

H 2 8/28/83 A 10 N 

H 2 5/17/93 8 7 

H 2 2/l')/83 A R D 

H 2 10/08/83 AID 

H 2 12/20/83 All N 

H 2 5/03/83 BIO 

H 2 12/11/83 C 6 F 

H 2 10/12/83 A 6 N 

H 2 5/25/83 All 

H 2 10/13/83 A IB 



S 2 2/17/83 B 3 P U P55 
H 2 2/20/83 B 12 N M71 



APPOINTS FOUR TO FACULTY 

CRALLE, GEORCE A. 

EX-MAYOR, OTHERS TAXED WITH DAMAGES IN LAWSUIT 
RACKETEERING SUIT CALLED HARASSMENT 

CRAMER, OAVID LEF (AGE 17, OAVIE 0>IVE1 
Two CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 
Two TEENS FACE BREAK-IN CHARGES 
TEENS CHARGED WITH THEFT 

CRANE, DANIEL R. (U.S. REP.l 

(REPRESENTATIVES' SEX ACTS RA I"; E QUESTIONS 
WRIST-SLAPPING TOO GENTLE FOR STUODS, CRANE 

CRANE, NORMA BARBEE (GERMANTOWN, IF NN. ) 
OBITUARY 

CRANFORO, H. C- JR. 

CITY OF MEOICINE SEEKING EXPOSURE 

CITY OF MEDICINE OPFNS CAMPAI'.N 

CITY GUIDE 

CRANFORO, LOIS 

GOLDEN DEEDS 

CRANK, ROBIN 13705 FOUR SEASONS ST.) 

EMPLOYEE FACES CHARGE IN HDL OJ P AT MACDONALD'S 

DURHAM OFFICERS PROBE THEFT 0' JEWELRY, STEREO ITEMS, TVS 

CRANK, WILLIAM HENRY JR. 

MAN GETS JAIL FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING 

CRAVEN. CHARLES H. JR. IRALEIGHl 

CRAVEN. RALEIGH DAILY COLUMNIST 

CRAVEN, JAMES 3. Ill 

LIBERTY MARKET WILL BE RENOVATED 
STORY UNINTERESTING 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: A FISH (TACKLE) TALE 
PLAY 9ALL! 

CRAVEN, RICKY WAYNE REV. (WINSTON-SALEM) 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR RECEIVES LIFE TERM ON SEX CHARGE 

CRAWFORD. Eugene Carson rev. 

OBITUARY 
CRAWFORD, FRANK (GARY) 



S 2 -./IS/aS A 11 



H 2 10/12/33 B 1 P N 

H 2 10/22/83 CI N CI 



H 2 2/22/83 A 
S 2 2/22/83 A 
H 2 6/16/B3 B 



H 2 7/20/93 A 4 P E 
H 2 7/27/93 A 4 L 



H 2 1/1 3/83 C 1 7 



S 2 1/28/83 CI N M23 
H ? 8/17/83 A 1 1 P N 030 
H 2 12/1 1/93 C 6 P P S76 



H 2 5/06/93 A 16 P N 



H 2 11/02/83 C 
S 2 11/02/83 C 



H 2 12/08/93 B 1 
H 2 12/0<i/83 C 2 



S 2 2/12/93 A3 N SI 

H 2 ',/03/83 DSL 

H 2 7/13/83 8 1 U 

H 2 12/05/83 A A L ■ 



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L»i<SUIT SeeKING 1509,490 

CRA.<POHOt FRANK 'i , lEL CAJON, CALIF. I 
GROUP FORMS FOR SONAftMEN 

CRAmFORD, ja»ES 1. JR. lOXFOROl , ,„ 

GRANVILLE nnSPITAL FUNO CAHPAIGN TO dE LAUNCHED 

CREAOICK, NOkELL ISANJOI , , „, , . c,o-c 

aANJO ANO VIOLIN "USIC FLO- A( CnAPEL HlLL FIRMS 

CREAStt ROt^ERT JR. lUNIV. OF CALIFIRNIAl 

IF CAUGHI IN TI«£, PREHAIURE LABOR CAN OFTEN 9£ STOPPfO 

'""^"'"FLORyDA^HAN'f ^NDS A JOS AS -ELL AS WIFE IN DURHAM 

'"^'"■nArtSfRN senior competes in DICKENS ORAMAIWATION 
OURMAM SENIOR DOES DICKE.lS ANl WINS «150 
MARIA CREOLE, MICHAEL iOAMS NAMED OUTSTANDING SENIORS 

CREECH, BARNEY 

OfPUTIES LOOKING FOR DURHAM MSN 

MISSING MAN SOUGHT , 

CREECH'S BODY FOUND NEAR VA, 

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MAN CHARjED IN CREECH DEATH 

OBITUARY 

HUNT STILL ON IN CREECH DEATH „,. ,,c 

CREECH SLAYING SUSPECT iRRESTiO BY VA. POLICE 

MAN IS hELO in CREECH SLAYING 

MAN, 20, ACCUSED IN OEaTh RETJRNEO 

BRIAN SMITH MAKES FIRST APPEARANCE 

SMITH RETURNS TO FACE CHARGE 

BRIAN K. SMITH INDICTED IN CS^ECil MURDER CASE 

GRAND JURY RETURNS 92 INDICTMENTS 

CREECH SLAYING SUSPECT ENTERS PLEA OF NOT GUILTY 

CREECH, OIANNE RICE 1PITTS30R0I 

MARIJUANA IS SEIZED IN CHATHAM 

CREECH, JOHN KEVIW 



H, JOHN KEVIW (PITTSBOROl 
MARIJUANA IS SEUEO IN CHATHAM 



CREECH, KATIE MERRITT 
OBITUARY 

"ElOHTON.^BOB^IGeNERAL^TELEPHONEI^.^^^^^ THE SAME, BUT T„E FATHER'S ROLE, 

"^^^aE^5R5f:'SfD^cysii:-pria^'s'^sT';[r2°N^sss§£riuANT,TY 

'"*^'"aCBBrCREMINS IS TOP COACH IN WRITERS' POLL 
PPICE, CREMINS EARN ACC HONORS 

CREW, MARY HElFN IN.C. NATIONAL GU« RO LADIES AUXILIARY) 
2 DURHAM RESIDENTS LEAD IN GUARD GROUPS 

CREwS, JOHN RANDOLPH (OXFORD, N.C.I 
Two CHAR&EO AFTER R08BERT 

CREwS, MICHAEL lOxFORO, N,C.I 
MwO CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY 

CRIBBS, JAMES LACY JR. 

CRiBBS Charged 

"'°^»iApS"L''Hi;t"??!G rlfet'*?E[riARNING FROM POLICE 
•EGG LADY' IS TOLD SHE BROKE LAW 

"■^''3oS!L';;s;*?!R".ikL''G?f's^RvicE honors 

"'"!3?f?lNE^rPR^?rR°vlD'^5?}T^?'^lsTnRY 

CRITIENDON, BkENOA 1 h IL L SBOROUGh I , „ „ ,^ 

TWO mJn face drug charges in -I ILLSJOKOUGH 

'"""'TappointSents. one promotion made at duke 

"°'"JVlfTrE''JROGR£Ss":GAlNST MYSTERIOUS PARALY2ER 
"°'"5NpioSik's's'Jx-'foR"coi'TStBSVn^sSo MEDICINE. EDUCATION 

CROMHELIN. aUENUN C.^JR.^ .SSISTA.T ^ 
EAST AIDE RESIGNS AFTER PROBE ENDS 

'^"'^''^LeIrn'nG ROUTE FOR WRITER wENT FROM 'D' TO 'PRETTY PuBLlSHABLE' 

CRONKITE, WALTER IRETIOED NEWSMANI „,,,.. 
CRONKlTE TO SAIL IN KICKOFF FLOTILLA 

CROPP, JOHN IOUkE ASST. =00TBALL COAChI 

ASSISTANTS COmI, go on SLOAN'S NEW STAFF 

CROPPS, wILLARD K. lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

"°"fuRsilT°0f iBA'BY'jiNE' RECORDS SAIO MISGUIDED 

^fuBLl'c^OFFICIALS SET BAD EXAMPLE 

"■^"Iue'cross lifs fallow in 'rejuvenation stage- 
mike CROSS shows both sides N3W IN concert 

^'"^^^InTRuOER BtATS, RObS MAN IN MTME 

obituary 

CROUSE, HELEN COLCLOUGH IOECEaSEOI ' 
OAlTUARV 

enow, LAWRENCE CMtCKLENbURG CO. I 
MAN CHALLENGES NEW STATE LAW 



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H 2 


5/l3/fl3 B 


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5/07/83 A 
5/07/83 A 
5/08/83 C 
5/10/83 8 
5/3(1/83 A 
5/30/83 C 
6/01/83 B 
6/02/83 B 
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7/27/83 B 


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CROliELLi JOHN e. lASST. SECRfTAKY IF AGRICULTURE! 
Tar HEELS FUME ABOUT FORESTS 



CRUOUP. ALBERT I CR ANK L I NION I 

Two FRANHLIM MEN HURT IN SHnOTINGS 

CRUOUP. SHIRLEY FAYE IKITTRELLI 

POT SMUGGLING ATTEMPT CHARGED 

CRUICkSHANK. RON (GREENSnORQI 

RECORD BAR HAS NEW PRESIDENT 
RECORD BAR HEAD NAMED 

CRUM, OENNY 

couM's Philosophy a pressing matter 

CRUM PUILOS His OHN dynasty AT LOUISVILLE 
SMOKING CARDINALS TOP DEVILS 
CARDS FIGHT OFF PESKY DEVILS 
CARDS" CRUM BECOMING A FINAL = OUR FIXTURE 
CRUM'S CARDINALS BEGIN "MOMENIUM PHASE- 
END THIS RULE OF FOULING FOLLY 

CRUM. DICK 

TOP PICK OF LITTLE CONCERN TO UNC 

CRUM CALMLY SETS SIGHTS ON BASICS 

TOP TUENTY AGAIN ON UNC'S HORIZON 

CRUM STILL CHASING -MAJOR' BOJL 

TAR HEELS CLUED ON MORR I SON I SI 5 VIA NEh MEXICO 

CRUM PREPARES FOR MORRISON'S VEER 

UNC: UNBEATEN TAR HEELS MESHIMG PERSONALITIES IN METHODICAL VICTORIES 

CRUM WON'T PREDICT EASY UNC JIN 

UNC'S STURDY CONSTITUTION SUM OF 11 EQUAL PARTS 

FAST START NORMAL FOR CRUM'S HEELS 

ALL TEAMS CREATED EOUAL — CARalNA'S JUST MURE EQUAL 

CRUM FINOS BALANCE 

HEELS RARELY SEE RED. EVEN WITH STATE ON TAP 

CRUM TURNS OLD RIVALRY INTO TAR HEEL ROMP 

TERRAPINS ON THEIR MINDS 

CRUM IRKED BY MARYLAND'S 'ATROCIOUS' CROWD CONTROL 

TOUGH OPPONENT SUCH AS CLEMSO'* 10 CRUM'S LIKING 

PANDEMONIUM: CRUM BERATES MARYLAND OFFICIALS FOR LACK OF CROWD CONTROL 

CLOSE. BUT RARELY A CIGAR; NO) TH CAROLINA'S FOOTBALL PROGRAM... 

CRUM: UNC 'STILL NOT THERE' 

CRUM STUCK ON PLATEAU? 

CRUM NEVER BOUGHT MEDIA'S EARLY HYPE FuR UNC DOMINATION 

UNC'S HEART STILL BEATS 

CALM AFTER The STORM 

crumbliss. karen 

yeager: retarded can attend classes in high schools 

crump, vivian 

groups ask black tutorial prq-.ram in county ichools 

chewning teacher to request hearing 

pickets ppotest firing of teacher 

meeting is monday on teacher firing 

crump is fired 

school board votes to fire mrs. crump 

crump considering legal action in firing 

CHARGFS of racism mask truly IMPORTANT ISSUES 

SCHOOL BOARD DISMISSAL WAS NOT RACIAL MATTER 

'INADFQUATE PERFORMANCE' WELL DOCUMENTED IN FIRING OF TEACHER 

BLACKS. WHITES TRIED TO HELP 'IRED TEACHER 

DISMISSAL OF TEACHER WAS NOT INHUMANE 

RACIAL EMPHASIS WRONGl IT'S A PERFORMANCE ISSUE 

DISMISSAL APPLAUDED 

FIRING TEACHER NOT RACISM 

FAIRNESS REQUIRES RESPONSIBILITY 

DISMISSED TEACHER SUES BOARD :F EDUCATION 

CRUMP SUES BOARD 

TEACHER'S FIRING WASN'T RACISM 

OR. REID'S PROTEST 'EMBARRASSING' 

CRUMPLER, WILLIA" IRALEIGHl 

JUDGE ALLOWS CASTLE9ERRY TO DISMISS LAWYER 
CASTLEBERRY DISMISSES ATTORNEY 

CRUTChFIELDi CURTIS J. 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL'S SOMETHI NG-= OR-NOTH I NC DAYS NOW OVER 

GRADS URGED TO STICK TO GOALS 

GRADUATES FACE RESPONSIBILITY 

CRUTChFIELD: TRY TO SETTLE COHPLAINTS LOCALLY 

DURHAM COUNTY BOARD LETS STUDENTS OFF JAN. 2 

SOME COUNTY TEACHERS WILL GET FEWER LEAVE DAYS 

LEAVE DAYS ARE REDUCED 

3 ON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD SAY THEY'LL SEEK RE-ELECTION 

CRUTCHFIELD, MOSES IGREENSDORO RECIROI 

ELON COLLEGE TO PRESENT AWARDS TODAY 

CUKOR, GEORGE 

CAREERS SPAN FILM HISTORY 

CULBERTSON, BARBARA 

PORT OF DURHAM: HOW CAN TRIANSLE BUSINESSES USE A FOREIGH TRADE ZONE? 

CuLBRETh. FRED JR. 

NETWORK HELPS FAMILIES FACE 'SILENT EPIDEMIC 

CULBRETH. FRE 



ETh. FRED S». AND LILA 

SON, DAUGHTERS WATCH PARENTS SR 



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CULBRETH, JAMES NICHOLAS ICHAPEL HI LL 1 

CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED IN STABBING 



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CULLEN, TONY 

a workaholic: can a lacrosse coach find true happiness w i th. . . proccs s0r7 h 2 2/06/83 10 p f h45 
Culler, dick jr. ihigh pointi 

STATE specializes IN UNUSUAL 'ROOUCTS 



Culler, lois f. icartha&fi 

5 tar heels picked for service awards 

gulp. hank (orange co.l 

yhca director plans to retire 

culton. alan 



S 2 12/03/83 A 1 
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TIP O'NflLL'S COHEOir 

TmaTCh£R'5 -!■< NO SURPRISF 

OON'T LEt TMi" INSULT TOUR INfELLlbENCt 

VIETNAM ANALGGr IS WKONG fa» CENTRAL AMERICA 

RlGfR. lEO GOOD PAIR 

HILITArir DEFENSE IMPERATIVE 

The broken PROKISE 

•innocent' amfsican' 

an urgency about soviet reasoning 

rtATT MAKING A POINT 

INJECTION EAN DOESN'T GO FOR 5ABIES 

TV NOVIE IGNORES SOVIET THREAT 

CULTON._ALLA^^ mAITING IN LINE FOR CA3BAGE PATCH OOLLi OR. 

CULTON* YANCEY G« 

'OFFBEAT HISTORY' <AS OFF ITS MAR« 

CUHSIEi RON REV. lYATES BAPTIST ChjRChI , - , „,, 

NUCLEAR ARMS: ANOTHER ISSUE THAT OIVIOES THt FLOCK 

CUMBYi SCOTT IBuRlINGIONI 

.lILKINS OUT OF PITT MEMORIAL 

T«0 RELEASED FROM GREENVILLE HOSPITAL 

COMMINGS, PAMELA nICTLE I F a yETT EV IL LE I 
UNC COEDS KILLED IN ALAMANCE 

CUNANAN, OSCAR S. DR. 

TRIAL OF DOCTOR MQVcO TO DURHAM 
DOCTOR'S TRIAL MOVES TO OURHAH COURT 

Cu'llNGHAM, hENRY C. IhICKORY REPORTERI 

press gets friendly advice 

Cunningham, annie "ae avant ioeceaseoi 
obituary 

Cunningham, billy 
most coaches, 

Cunningham, d. jay 

bICTCLISTS find 

cunningham, edoie <ofceas£di 
obituary 

Cunningham, edward j. ^ ,,„- 

.withholding scheme should oe ieptaleo 

CUNNINGHAM, HENRY C. JR. (HICkORYI 

HICKORY NEkSPAPERMAN TO GET EDUCATION AWARD 

Cunningham, j. Calvin (lEiINGTONi 
two lawyers disciplined 

CUNNINGHAM^^JOHN^A. ' CH*»L0TT E , ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ .EOICINE, EDUCATION 

Cunningham, Robert 

officers probe store break-in 

Cunningham, Thomas francis icmapel hilli 
obituary 

C"»'"Ej.'->3?l,''§3h|S„ IN PRATT ROeSERY CASE 
PRATT TO GET NEW TRIAL 

CURRI6. MATIIE IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CURRIED. JAMFS R. 

VF» CHIEF diLL SPEAK IN OURHA- 

CUPRIN. HUGH M. lOXFORDI 

TgO AREA MAYORS GET POSTS 

CURRIN, JOHN G. CGRANvILLE CO. I 

GRANVILLE HOSPITAL ACCREDITED 

GRANVILLE HOSPITAL KEEPS ITS CURRENT ROOM RATES 

CuRRIN. MICHAEL 

A PAIR; THEY BOTi- 



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lAPPINESS TQGE THcR 



LIKE VIDEO :^AMES. -lADIO 



N.C. TO GET MOR-: AID TO FIGHT SNUGGLING 
BAPTISTS DISAVOW LETTER ,,..^„ 

U.S. attqr.ney's prayer letter is criticized 

SOME STATE PROSECUTORS TO TAK= FEDERAL POSTS 
3 PRUSECuTjRS «ILL ^ECD»E U.S. ATTORNEYS 
TASK FORCE »0RKING ON N.C. ORJG TRAFFIC 
BAPTIST ELECTION HAY PLAY ROL" IN SENATE RACc 

'^""'^•prft'^^R\'S35'^:°TSJ3SlRn\EL*l?"cuPRIN ISN'T OVERPOWERING... 

Curry, bill igeobgiai 

IMPROVED TECH NOW TITLE-EL IGPlE 

TECH NOT The wreck Of YESTERYEAR ,r,.,^ 

CURBy: stiff upper lip fortifies wInlESS Ga. TcCh coach 

CuRRY, wIlPERT jr. 

Three charged in bheak-in 
curtis. ellen 

PTl MINISTRY good 

cuPTis. Eugene re*, ifirst christian churchj ■ 

AFTER brain ORERAIIDr,, PASTOR 'WINGS IT' IN PULPIT 

CURTIS, LESTER IDECEASEOI 
OeiTu»RY 

CUPTIS. ST = VE 

FIREWORKS FINE 



TRAFFIC A MESS 

CURTIS, STEVEN EUGENE IOECEASEOI 
OeiTUARY 

Curtis, Thomas e. dr. iunc-ch oept. 
curtis to resign as chairman 

Curtis, vera 
obituary 



OF PSYCHIATRY! 



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Cuthbertson. carl L. (ChAKLQTTEI 

DISCRIMINATION DULIMG QVERTURMED 

CuTLERi LANOLEY LEE (AUR3RA1 

3 N.C. MEN KILLED IN rtRECK 
3 MEN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

CUTTQN, ALAN 

SOVIET EXPANSIONISM SERIOUS 

CUTTS, STEPHEN ARTHUR (DECEASED] 
OBITUARY 



D'AMBROSIOi MEREDITH 

TAR HfcL'S SONGS ALBUM HIGHLIGHT 



AND THE POSTS CAME TUMBLING DTWN. 



FOREIGN TRADE lONf A BOON TO TRIANGLE 

DaBBS. DAVID EUGENE 

DURHAM GIRL STRUCK, KILLED BY AUTOMTelLE 

DABER* THAO 

DOUBLE EAGLE, RUN Of PARS AMONG CROASDAILE ODDITIES 



OfFICERS DID MAjNIUCENT JOB 



FRANK T. 
" 'AFETY 

OAGGANHART, MACK 

SELLING BRIDGES IN THE FAR EAST 

OACHFR, SAMl REV. (BEIRUTl 

MINISTER SAYS TERROR WAY OF LIFE IN BEIRUT 

DAHAMNI, SUE MILLS IGREENSBOROl 
TEEN CHARGED WITH SLAYING 
YOUTH PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER 

OAIL. S. MCENNIS (SEMINOLE, FLA. I 
OBITUARY 

OALBY. HARRY A. (CARRBORGJ 

CARRBORO MAN SHOT, TREATED 
HILLSBOROUGH RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE SHOT 
ORANGE MAN SERIOUS 
REHARO posted in SHOOTING AT MCDONALD'S 

DALE, WILLIAM (Chapel HILLI 

WINNERS AND LOSERS I.N THE MIO:)LE EAST 

DALEHITE. MARGARET (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

DALEY, RICHARD J. (FORMER CHICAGO * AYi)R ) 

RICHARD J. OALEY: "I KNEW I SHOULDA VOTED MORE THAN ONC E ! " ( C AH TOON 1 

DALRYMPLf, HENRY 

CREMINS GETS STAR RECRUIT 

OALTON, FRANKLIN PALMER 

UNREGISTERED GUN CHARGE LODGEI AGAINST PHYSICIAN 
DALTON RELEASED ON !10NO 
OALTON HEARING IS POSTPONED 
DRUGS BRING DOCTOR '.0 MONTHS 
DALTON GETS "lO-MONTH PRISON TERM 

DALTON. KATHERINA OR. (LONDON, ENGLAND! 

SPREADING THE WORD: PIONEER H PMS TREATMENT CRUSADES IN U.S. 

DALTON, MARY KEESLER AND HARRY LEE (CHARLDTTEl 

FIVE PEOPLE PRESENTED NORTH CAROLINA AwAROS 

DALY. CHUCK 

DALY'S DECISION 

OALY, JOHN OR. 

DURHAM GENERAL TRUSTEES TOLD .ABORATOPIES NEED MORE SPACE 



DANIEI,, ARTHUR CLAY JR. (HIGH POINT I 
TRUCK DRIVER FACES COUNTS 

DANIEL. CLIFTON 

AGE OF MADNESS. MIRACLES FOR JANIEL'S CLASS OF '33 



DANIEL* JULIAN K. (RICHMOND, VA.) 
OB I TUARY 

DANIEL, LINWOOD 

PIJSTMAN'S SACK BULGING AT CHRISTMASTIME 

DANIEL, RALPH CARR (HURDLE MILLS) 
OBITUARY 

DANIELL, VANCE L. (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DANIELS, CLARA BELLE (MQREHEAD C I TY I 

MOREHEAO CITY WOMAN. 72, DIES OF BURNS FROM CRASH 

DANIELS, DAVYONEDA 

Iwli MEN SENTENCED IN CASES OF ASSAULT 
2 GET PR ISDN TERMS 

DANIELS, DERYLE A. (CARRBUROI 



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oaniels. maseo evans 

■(ere feds in beaufort bribc t! y? 

meeting called on bribery case 

judge orders fbi to release evidemce 

beaufort man fights charge if bribery 

man says beaufort sheriff askrt about "big money' 

bribe offer trial ends in sentence 

Daniels, 02iebel 
obituary 

OANIELSi ray ( PETERSfuRG. VA.I 

ccc unit sets reunion 

Daniels, worther 
obi tuary 

d4nley, ellis elmer imt. airy] 

nINSTDN-SAlEM man CHARGED 

''"'^''i|5ys''oESIGNEO WITH CHILDREN IM MIND 

DARE. V IRCINI A 

N.C. LEGEND IS BASIS FOR BALLET 

DARKIS, FRED (VARIETY IN BUSINESS >IEWSI 
H? HQflS HQBBY SEtOHES A JOS 

DARROw, CLARENCE 

PAST COLORS THE PRESENT 

OASCENZOt FRANK 

OASCENiO «INS PRESS GROUP SPORTS award 
PRESS AWAROS ARE PRESENTED 

IN The sun 

FAN FINOS STORY UNFAIR 

DASCENZO COVERS DUKE BASKETBALL IN HAWAII 

°*"'p5LICE''sAY''MAN"HlN0AiED VICTH, AWAITED HER RETURN FKOM HOSPITAL 

OAIER, JUDY 1 PhuTOGRAPhER I 
FOCUSED ON PHOTOGRAPHY 

DAUGHERIY, BRAO 

DOhERTY, DAUGHERTY C PERKINS ,,,,^ 

TAR HEELS' DAUGHERTY MISSES SECOND PRACTICE 
DAUGHERTY SEEKS KILLER INSTINCT 

DAUGHERTY, RICHARD 

HUNT NAMES COMMISSION ON EDUCATION 

ID FROM DURHAM AREA PICKED F 0! EDUCATION STUDY GROUP 

"'^■^TM^BiL^Allc'^yRVICE GETS COURT REPRIEVE 
AMBULANCE FIRM ALLOWED TQ OPERATE 
COURT OVERTURNS DENIAL OF AMOJLANCE FRANCHISE 

DAVENPORT, OARRELL (GAST0NI41 

N.C. MAN AWAITING TRANSPLANT 

DAVENPORT, EMMIE C. 
OBITUARY 

'""''S2R'foljro"5AirDM;H'A3slED AFTER BEING LOST FOR TWO DAYS 

DAVENPORT, MELANIE (CRESWELLI 

TORNADO, STORMS SWEEP STATE 

DAVENPORT.^ ROBERT^B.^-BOB^"_^^ COUNCIL; UEAOLINE APRIL 22 
SEAT SEEKERS FAVOR CIVIC CENTER 

BOB DAVENPORT IS NAMED TO COUNCIL VACANT SEAT 
DAVENPORT UNOECIDEO ON SEEKIn: ELECTION 
WARMTH, HUM?R MAKE OAVENPORT A FINE CHOICE 
COUNCILMEN PONDER RE-ELECTION 

DAVENPORT ENTERING RACE TO KE=P CITY COUNCIL ScAT 
DAVENPORT SEEKS FULL COUNCIL TERM 
COUNCIL RACES MAY PRODUCE NEW FACES 
LET'S KEEP BOB OAVENPORT ON THE CITY COUNCIL 
VOTE TO CHOOSE COUNCIL FINALISTS 

ciALLENCEfls''LEAD''*NCUMUENTS 11 CITY COUNC IL PR I MAR Y 

SCHOOL BOARD WINNERS DESERVE CONGRATULATIONS 

7 CANDIDATES ENDORSED , , rr-,,„. 

GROUP BACKS HOPEFULS IN MUNICIPAL ELECTION ,n,,K.r.. 

VOTE DAVENPORT NOVEMBER a--C AN DT ATF AT LARGE FOR CITY COUNCIL 

BARBS ARE THROWN AT CITY CANDIDATES' FORUM 

b VIE FOR AT-LARGE SEATS 
l<, SEEKING POSTS IN DURHAM RACES 

VOTERS Sweep out five council^en 

6 NEWCOMERS ELECTED TO CITY COUNCIL SEATS 

A VOTE OF THANKS FQR ALL THE PEOPLE WHO VOTED FOR ME ... 
COUNCILMAN IN OHIO HOSPITAL , „ „ ., „.„„„ 

SPAULDING OUTSPENDS MARKHAM H BID Tu bF DURHAM'S MAYOR 
MAYORAL CONTEST TOPPED SPEN0I1G 

DAVENPORT, THOMAS GRAY 
OBITUARY 

OAVES, ANNIE BELLE IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

"'^'"sCOTT^GMNS THIRD SHOT AT MEN'S TITLE 
DAVIO-YERUMO GAINS TENNIS ENT5EE 
DAvID-yERUMO wins CITY-COUNTY 

DAVIDSON, BRUCE 1 PHOTOGRAPHER 1 

BPuJe OAilDSON'S PASSION IS PHOTOGRAPHY 

DAVIDSON, JANE (FORSYTH COUNTYI ,,,,,„ , „„,, 

GRANTS HELP HANDICAPPED CREATC ACCESSIBLE HOMES 

DAVIES, THOMAS WILL lEVA ST. I 

MAN SERIOUSLY wflUNDED BY GUNSHOT 
VICTIM'S CONDITION STILL SERHUS 
ARREST MADE IN SHOOTING ON NOV. 21 

DAVIS, B.S. I 

BIG TAX WASTE 

DAVIS. BARRY (DOT BRIDGE INSPECTOR! 



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H 2 8/12/83 A 10 N 

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OAVISt BEULAH JACKSON (DECEASEOJ 
OBITUARY 

OAVISt 8FULAH MCr.HEE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



DATE 
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DAVIS. BRUCE STANLEY "POOCHIE" {SE'^URA) 

SEMORA MAN CHARGED IN FATAL S^OOTING 
HEARINGS SET FOR 2 HEN CHARGED IN PFRSON CASE 
HEARINGS SET FOR TWO HEN CHARjEO IN SHOOTING DEATH 

DAVIS. CAROLYN 

SCHOOL DRUG SURVEY ACCURATE. VALUABLE 

DAVIS. CHUCK 

In the SPOTLIGHT: THIS MEFK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
ARTS AFRICA BRINGS CHUCK DAVIS BACK 
ENERGETIC DANCERS IGNORE THE HEAT 
AFRICAN DANCING ENLIVENS ADF 
•DRUM- STORY COMMUNITY IN PRACTICE 
ENTHUSIASTIC RESPONSE TO FESTIVAL AFRICA 
AFRICAN CULTURE CELEBRATED 
FREE AFRICAN DANCE CLASSES 



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•FEARSOME FOUR" 5 HO^ T BUT SHAKY 

DAVIS, DARRYL I UUNN I 

BUNN LOSES ANOTHER POLICE CHIEF 

DAVIS. DENNIS PAY IPINK HILLI 

Two MEN SHOT OUTSIDE UAKE HOME 

ADDRESS MIXUP MAY BE CAUSE OF MEN BEING SHOT 

DAVIS, OEwEY 

BOARD APPLICANTS GIVE THEIR VIEWS ON ISSUES 
THREE VYING FOR CLEMENTS' SEAT 
FIELD NARROWS FOR COMMISSIONER 

DAVIS, EDDIE 

EDUCATORS ENDORSE <. IN SCHOOL BOARO RACE 

SCHOOLS' IMAGE WEIGHED AT FORJM 

PUPILS HELP CREATE CALENDAR ON DURHAM'S PAST. PRESENT 

DAVIS. FLORENCE MARIE IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS. GLADYS IDECEASEDl 
08 ITUARY 

DAVIS. HAYWOOD M, 

KIWANIAN OF YEAR 

DAVIS, HENRY ARTHUR ( HI LLSBOROUGH 1 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS. HERShELL IRALEIGHI 

MAN FIGHTS INTRUDER TILL POLICE ARRIVE 



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10/07/83 
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tiRM RESELLING COMPUTERS 

USED COMPUTERS: THE SIDELINE '.OOKEO SO HOT, 

DAVIS, JAMES 

PANEL APPROVES M I NOR.SURGERY CLINIC 

OAVIS, JAMES E. DR. 

SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS MALPRACTICE SUIT DISMISSAL 

AMBULATORY SURGICAL UNIT BACKED 

SURGEON SALUTED 

OUTPATIENT SURGERY FAVORED 

OAVIS RECOGNUED FOR SERVICE 

OUTPATIENT SURGERY 

CITY OF MEDICINE BENEFITS RESIUENTS 

CHAMBER ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 

CHAMBER NAMES NEW OFFICERS 

OFFICIALS SEEK 175,000 FQH CITY OF MEDICINE 

CITY OF MEDICINE BEGINS $75,OnO DRIVE 

OUTPATIENT CARE CUTS MEDICAL COSTS 

6 NAMFO TO HEALTH GROUP 

WHITINGS HONORED 

DURHAM SURGEON WORKED IN 'BEHESOA OF ORIENT' 

CITY OF MEDICINE OPENS CAMPAIGN 

CITY OF MEDICINE PUSH IN ROBUST GOOD HEALTH 

SEPTEMBER INSIGHT 

WIDE EXPOSURE SOUGHT FOR CITY OF MEDICINE 

PANEL BACKS NON-PROFIT CLINIC 

DAVIS, JAMES P. IPARKEP ST. I 

Parker street pair robbed at ^oMe; 



THE CO. CHANGED DIRECTIONS 



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DAVIS, JANE 

BILLBOARD anOM THREATENS CITY LANDSCAPE, DAVIS SAYS 

DURHAM HONORED AT WHITE HOUSE 

MARKHAM URGES CONTINUED PROGRrSS IN CITY 

MRS. DAVIS RECOMMENDED FOR 1-40 PANEL 

COUNCIL CHAIRMEN NAMED 

DURHAM FACES SUIT BECAUSE OF FLOODING 

DAVIS, JOHN EDWARD IRALEIGHI 
iJBITUARY 

DAVIS, JOHN EDWAPO I27I2 OWEN ST. I 
I CHARGED IN HOLDUP OF STORE 

DAVIS, JOHN LEWIS lEFLANOI 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS, KEMP WINSTON ICHARLOTTEI 
YOUTH STRUCK BY LIGHTNING 

DAVIS, L. EDWARD REV. lEVANGELICAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH) 
EX-MATES TO KEEP AN EYE ON REJNI ' 

DAVIS, LATTIMORE SCULLIN 



>(ITING PRESBYTERIANS 



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POLICE CH4RGE DURHAM «»N WITH ATTEMPTED PURSE THEFT 
°"'^BRIDE'S MOTHES NEEDS DRESS THAT'S SPECIAL 
OAVISi LEONABO lewis {OECEASEQI 

Sbituary 
oavisi luvenia 10eceased1 

09ITUART 
°"'5j 'Ai^R?*St'EDM-. BBE.K-IN 

"'"H|^^A?^^^^2?V^{& ^bJJeSSF.. HIGH SCHOOL .OCTBALL^ 
MOULD IwQ OLO FRIENDS... 

""^LJii^Ncr^Bsr^s'iLigh^grAU^u^"' 

DAVIS, PEARL ansERTSON 1 H ILLSBOROU: M I 
OBITUARY 

""'n-'lligsilS^SlSErSa^KE'TtS^l^rst irciSs- MllER on OPPO 

DEJA VU 
OAVIS._R.CHARD_RA.nOL^,,ARREN^CO.,^^ -AR-EN 

DAVIS. ROBERT RuSS IPITISdURGh, Pa. I 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

""'HhI^SISo -AY 

°"'MHi;^^^si?eJ iSigaisi-^ssEiJSJUR 

""'^hnlCAL USE Of Ca-PUTERS SAID NECESSARY IN TEACHING 

°"'';,;^?IOE'?H55l"VAV^?'f3R COACHING JOB 
SEr!oicH^?\.^^fell?ON?°F^;R HORNETS 

DAVIS. THOMAS ALLEN ' "' CL |?0"°y55 ', HARGE 

°"'^5,E'D"SSa? JiR^ri^t'^Su^S^riETIRING 

DAVIS. THOMAS M. IHILLSIOE BIOLOGY TEaChFRI 
° JavIS leads LAST GRADUATION 
DURHAM ON The MOVE 

DAVIS. VIOLA 
OBITUARY 

°"'^iNc'sYllES'MisrSEET COMPUTER AGE DEMANDS 

""'^-RlYfRrlNi S?fD'E*Rs'?5'-S^i?'M f'CTION FORUM 

°"""d!;«1NS-"'Jlay IGNITES BLUE DEVILS 

g^i,'lSi:'A?lR?E f^ASil^G ROLES FOR FUTURE BLUEPRINT 

hrKkAn-/v„\\ii\hrrr:.'....^ -aces on... 
°.t:n'i\r^r.°r 'Aiirr^oti^i'T under dean smith 

°'"'?';uS5^f^?ESRGil'FI^^^'?J:'^FATING OEATh of man 

"-MirfSEis^SN'^Ars!C»LV\iirGr ='"'^' 

°"'°3;.sgN FEARS JURY IS GOING TO INDICT H.M 

7i3^?lEls:!^§iiDiS:i^i^o5ts??i;rsF'?s;sils 

SfFICER DRIVING ABOUT 35 -PH 

g^'J^Ag^Et "^nKeD AGAINST PS^ IN ACCIDENT THAI KILLED TEEN-AGE. 

pioMON" BE CHARGED IN OEATH 

!V?;°?LEg"?N"na'T^"^F YOUTH m "OAO 

""^"guRHiM^OoLSNTEERS TO GET <.-H -,ONOR 

DAMSON. NORMAN LEE IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

°"' plSi-S FUTURE RESTS IN SOIL 

"■'• ^l^pUG'fHE'M^NTALLY ILL OUT OF SIGHT 

DAY. lO«MAN INEU YORK] 
OBITUARY 

°- vki: iu iJ2'is ifas?''fji sP=ED-AY 

"'• J-HSRTl'rdiRs'ARf HIT BEFORE DRIVER CAUGHT 



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S 2 9/0I/R3 B 1 P U COJ 

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H 2 11/1I/R3 C ". P N C36 

H I 5/25/93 B 1 N H60 

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H 2 5/19/93 a 1 P P T37 

H I './I'./83 E 1 P F L30 

S 2 10/20/83 A I N J56 

H 2 6/05/83 3 1 P N C 36 

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H 2 12/06/83 B 2 P N C36 

S 2 12/16/83 A 9 N 
H 3 12/17/83 B I N 

H 2 5/05/93 A 1 9 P N 

S 2 6/32/83 C I P F C05 
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H ? 2/11/B3 C 16 N 

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H 2 9/15/83 A 7 N 

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H 2 3/10/93 A 4 L 

H 2 9/16/93 3 1 N S82 

H 2 10/02/83 3 6 P N 

H 2 10/10/83 B 7 

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H 2 10/16/83 5 L 

H 2 3/12/83 B 7 

H 2 4/23/93 3 2 » F S91 

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0»y6. PONME LEE 

OUfiH«H LAW OFFICEKS JEGIN RaUNOUP IN BIG DRUG 3UST 
20 PEOPLE riELO ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY ShEEP 

OAYEt CALVIN BRYAN 

CASH, JEWELRY ARE REPORTED STOLEN 



DAYE, CMAKLE5 E. 

FIELD NARROWS in 2 FOP TOP NC; U jnB 

NCCU NEEDS LEADER TO LIGHT TH= FUTURE 

NCCU OK'S i CANDIDATES FOR PRFSIOENT 

NCCU nOARO APPROVES 2 CHANCELLOR FINALISTS 

FRIDAY TO PICK NCCU CHANCELLO' WITH CARE 

NCCU'S GRAOS OF LAW SHINE 

INTERIM CHANCELLOR PICK CRITi:i2tD 

NCCU PLANS INVESTIGATION OF BAR FAILURES 

NCCU LAW school: money NOT ONLY ISSUE 



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OAZin, MACY MARTIN (TOMS RIVER. N.J.I 
OBITUARY 

OE ARMONO. KEITH D» . 

DISCOVERY COULD lEAO TO AOVANC EO COMPUTFRS 

DE CARLO, THELMA 

UPGRADE THE JUALITY OF SCHOOL SYSTEMS 

DE HART, ALLEN 

A JOURNEY ACROSS N.C. TRAILS 

DE LAURENTIIS, 1 NO (MOVIE PRODUCES I 

OE LAURENTIIS TO flUlLO FILM STUDIO 

FILM OFF ICE EARNS KEEP 

N.C, S.C. ARE RIVALS FOR STUUO 

CHARLESTON OFFICIALS WORKING TQ LAND SIUDIU 

N.C. MAKES ANOTHER OFFER TO Gr T STUDIO 

OFFICIALS MUM ON STUDIO 

S.C. OFFICIAL SAYS STUDIO DEAL ALMUSI COMPLETED 

OE LAURENTIIS WILL BUILD FILM STUDIO IN WILMINGTON 

WILMINGTON TO GET DE LAURENTIl S STUDIO 

•BON APPETIT,' NEIGHBOR 

TAR HEELS HAVE REASON TO CHEE3 

ANN 
FLECT 

DEAL. CATHERINE VIRGINIA 

BOMB THREAT CLEARS HOSPITAL; PATIENT OIES 

DEAL, COLIN REV. (BURKE CO. I 

MINISTER WRITES NEWSLETTER TELLING OF SECOND COMING 
NUCLEAR THREAT 

DEAL, JAMES ARCHIE (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

DEAL, ROY (JUOGEI 

FORMER N.C. JUSTICE OIES 

DEAL, SUSAN DARLENE (LEMON SPRINGSI 

13-YEAR-OLO GIRL OIES IN LEE WRECK 

DEAL, WILLIAM VERNON (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

DEAN, I. L. "BUCK" 

DURHAM DANCER FASHIONS A NEW CAREER - IN KNIT 

DEAN TO BE SPEAKER 

CORRECTION 

l-iiO EXTENSION WINS APPROVAL 

DEAN, LEAMONO 

DURHAM DANCER FASHIONS A NEW CAREER - IN KNIT 

DEAN, MIKE IRaLEIGHI 

PARKwOOD REZONING OBJECTIONABLE 

DEAN, MINNIE UATKINS (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

DEAN, RAY (ROXBOPOI 

LABOR OF LOVE SAVES HONEY 

DEAN, TIM 

PRO wRESTLING(7l 

DEANHAHI, CRAIG (ROCKY MOUNTI 
BIKE RIDER KILLED 

DEARfN, MICHAEL (GREENSBOROI 

TWO MEN, WOMAN CONVICTED OF KJROER 

OEATON, CLARA (CHAPEL HILLI 

PTA THRIFT SHOPS DOUBLE PROFITS 

OEBERRY, ARTHUR 

DEBERBY RECEIVES BUILDER awAR:) 

DEBNIAK, JER2Y ( W INSTUN-S AL EM 1 

POLISH ACTIVIST TO HEAD GROUP AIMED AT HELPING HIS COUNTRY 

DEBRUHL, RAY (N.C. DIVISION OF STATE CONSTRUCTION! 
STATE SEEKS ALTERNATIVES TO LANDFILLS 

OECARLO, THELMA 

CAMELOT ACADEMY AIMS AT INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION 



DEESE, PAUL 

2 CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

OEFLESCO, PETE (UMPIREI 

TWO CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPS FIRE". FOP BASEBALLS INCIDENT 

UMPIRES' FIRINGS Turning into nasty situation 

CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPIRES' FIRI'JG A FORGOTTEN ISSUE7 
DEFORO, FRANK 



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1/01/33 - 12/31/93 



OEFORO'S GRAND SLAM PaOJECTIONS 
°""SSf?;^i?JicflL-f?^'U.iE"3F^'^0NUiiAT,nN 
OEGRAffENOelCI, SALVAtORE (CMAPEL n ILL 1 

?;a'pE*l""IlP«In c'^AR^^J in KHNAPPIN.. ASSAULT 

SECOND PERSON IN ASSAULT CASE TURNS nlMSELf IN 

"'"'"I^Jfc'-OE^ART RECEIVES A-ARJ 

OEJARMON, ELVA p. .,^„ 

OUKE STAFFERS PRAISED 
BEAUTIFUL ACTS OF CARING 
LIGHTER kRANGLE flares UP AGAIN 
DOCTOR WAS DEDICATED 
OR. HING HAS FRIEND AND COUNSiLOR 

"'""Si^rii^jiirvi^^i-rf^ ^St'^ii^ca- ,e«ind theh 

°"- ''iiiTi?kL?SS rjTio^'T§"ipPEAR AT DUKE 
SaR NOVELIST HILL BF AT DUKE 
I"hSr ON bOO«i REAL VIETNAM STORY 

OELAMAR, CARL OAwSON (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

"^^'TE^Tlt'S^Gl^i^lfTE^.f^eSrCLlNIC 

"^''TJeJl'I-.nd a SMLE 

"'■"'gjoJilLt-.Nb'D^LAjriAHED -REPUBLICANS OF THE CENTURY' 

"'-"!I}i"?;p|Rl"NCES SURGE OF ACTIVITY ,^, 
CENTER. -ILSGN FIRING TOP P I C.< S OF '12 
PLANNERS AVOID CORE PROBLEMS, ,^. 

DEL CASTILhO STIRS CRY FOR BliOOO IHISI 

"'-"Srs'^oel'-castilho on payroll ro complete csest st. work 

DELCONTE, LARRY J-.D MICHELLE (HARNETT CO. I 

23sl^f?^^i';^D"R"E!i^Su^?'Ani^s^i?so3:;-cbs;T says 

l"or,lsinVr.'au:Tlo}'T.k Itihf.ic success 

DELG'OQ. JORGE RAFFEL ,,.Tc,ri: 

jxImaRINE gets death SENTENCE 

DELIONBACH. a. MCCOY "BUNKIE" 
OBITUARY 

"^"■^ ■;:?!; •cgSJ^SASfF^RHER judge from bench 

°^^^'2ai"ih^iP5Br" 

"'^'I^ES'-eisT^SSE^So REDUCE FED-Ral SPENDING 
''''°'l\folriH^'%Vn\'hLliric coun:il at n.c. state 

OELOATCHE RECIPIENT GF AMARD 
DELOAICHE GETS JOB DONE 

8^^t^t7cKt^3l2io'FSS°couNTY bjar. 

BOiRO APPLICANTS GIVE THEIR VIEWS ON ISSUES 
THREE VYING FOR CL EMENTS ' SE At 
SJ!h2T?ir?"'FILf S?N"ci^c'i°3rCnuNTY BOARD 
OFLOAIChE joins county BOARD 
OELOATCHE A FINE CHOICE 
DELOATCHE TAKES OATH FOR BOARl 

OELON. BARBARA ANN ICHAPEL HlLLl 

|y-PTa treasurer charged r-.orc 

PTA TREASURER FACES EMBE22LEMENT CHARGE 

OELUCA. GIORGIO INFw^YORKl 
PLEASURES OF THE TABLE 

DELUCIA. FRANK C. 

THREE GET DUKE POSTS 

"""Sa{E;'0EJAiE?'-IN0UCTED INTO PINEHURST GOLF SHRINE 
°^'"''\UtlkiV^\'. THWARTED 

"""-feN^T I5;"?HE TOAST 

np-nTT. MARGARET IOURhAM ARTS CQUNtlLl 
°^ °c5uRs" ON MOVIES STARTS SUNDAY 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL PLANTS A 1 AG I C TREE 

DEMPSEY, JACK 

ilcS'oESpSEY: FIERCE IN THE RING, GENIAL OuT OF IT 
JACK DEmPSEy: 18'55-19e3 
DEMPSEY A GREAT CHAMPION 

?S:?"i!?H°^HlM^'rhLF*2ENTURY AGO 

"^"-iji-rsiRi'siu^nrsiEn^trirL^-iMERic. « ^ ''"'" ' ' 

"'"""B 3T?ss?o"aNjirA"^rLj?s ?:;i?^85^D^§rsTOPPEn if found .n time " i d'AVAi i >! 

OENNING. H*ftt LESLIE iOeCEiSEDJ h 2 3/11/83 C 8 





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DENNIS, TOM (Me«ALD-SUN PAPEBSI 
DENNIS IS SHirCHlNG GOEENS 

DENNY, EMEftv 6, JR. 

Chapel hill may pick harrett 

denny, jim 

homasexuality against the lau 

oenson, frna ldrraine ihfbanei 
sta8bing kills alamance man 

densqni roger lee ime8anei 

stabbing kills alamance man 

dent, billy h2\2 franklin st. i 
2 durham men held in robbery 

dent, maggie 

carolina theatre gets n£ m manager 

denton, joe l. ilguisburgi 

horseback rider drowns after spill 

denton, larry ray ireliance insuravce co. i 
CUPID Changes mind of confirmed bachelor 

DEPASQUALE, FRANK A. 

PLANS UNVEILED FOR ARTS CENTE' 
FOUNDATION ELECTS DEPASQUALE 

DEPASQUALE, PEGGY IG^EENVILLEI 

DURHAM WOMAN DESCRIBES TERROR 

DURHAM STUDENTS INJURED IN EXPLOSION ARE RECOVERING 

DURHAM WOMAN WINS PAGEANT 

DERMOTT, HELEN WILLIAMS lOECEASEO) 
081 TUARY 
OBITUARY 

DEROChI, KERRY IGREENSBOROl 
EDITOR NAMED 

DESDUNES, JEAN (ClEMSONI 
CORRECTIONS 

DESMOND, TERRY M. 

GTE APPOINTS DESMOND ACTING GENERAL MANAGER 
GEN TEL NAMES INTERIM MANAGER 
GENERAL TELEPHONE PROMOTES DESMOND 
PHONE COMPANY PLANS MORE JOBS 

0E5SENT, MARIAN 

EXCELLENT REPORTING 



DETITTA, THOMAS 

THUMB-BORNE ODYSSEY 



OETwEILER, WALTON 0. 
OBITUARY 



IPLUMSTEAOVI(,L E, PA.l 



DEVANY, JEANNE M. 

PSYCHOLOGIST SAYS MISTAKES MADE IN HIS GRANT PROPOSAL 

OEWINE, FAYE HANNAH INGRAM IDECEASHDl 
OBITUARY 

DEVITT, EDWARD J. (MINNESOTA JUOGEI 

NEw JUDGE APPOINTED FOR KLAN, NAil TRIAL 

DEVONE, REGINA AND APRIL 

CLINTON MAN SENTENCED FOR KILLING 2 CHILDREN 

OEVRIES, WILL lAH D. OR. 

•DEEP FREEZE' DEVRIES; FAMOUS SURGEON REmEmiIERED AT DUKE 

PEOPLE 

ARTIFICIAL HEART IMPLANT CAUSiD ANGUISH, ELATION 

PLASTIC HEART OPERATION NEARS 

DEVRIES AFRAID RULES MIGHT STIFLE RESEARCH 

DEW, EDWARD E. (WILSON) 

2 TEEN-AGERS PLEAD GUILTY IN BOY'S DEATH 

THREE SENTENCED IN BEATING DEATH OF 13-YEAR-OLD 

DEWBERRY, JOHN (GEORGIA TECH FOOTBALL PLAYERI 

GEORGIA TECH APPARENTLY FINOS PLUM IN DEWBERRY 

DEXTER, Charles «. 

WRITER RAISES RED SCARE 

DEY, K. V. JR. 

FIVE ELECTED TO CHAMBER BOARD SEATS 

DEY LEADS FUND DRIVE 

LCM PRESIDENT: GENERIC CIGARETTE SALES RISING 

LCM LOOKS TO INTERNATIONAL MASKET 

ARTS FUND DRIVE STARTS 

S7 MILLION PAYOFF WILL NOT HU* T EARNINGS, LCM CHIEF SAYS 

LCM PRESIDENT ELECTED HEAD OF ARTS COUNCIL 

CIVIC CENTER WILL BRING LIGGETT SACK 

DE2ERN, CARL 

A GRIP ON PUTT ING 

THIS BIRDIE FOR DEZERN ONE OF 



A DIFFERENT FEATHER 



DEZERN, JIMMY 

BIRDIE BINGE NETS DEZERN KNIGHT CROWN 

DmILLON, SUKHRAJ 

BldLOCIST: fASTFRN IDEAS CAN <ESH WITH SCIENCE 
AUTHOR-BIOLOGIST: 'BELIEVE IN YOUR WORK' 

DIAL, AOOLPH L. (PEMBROKE) 

5 TAR HEELS PICKED FOR SERVICE AWARDS 

DIAL, HERMAN (ROBESON CO.) 

11 FROM ROBFSON COUNTY FACE CETA FUNDS CHARGES 
U INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROBE 

DIAL, JAMES C. (ROBESON CO.) 

11 FROM ROBESON COUNTY FACE C5TA FUNDS CHARGES 
11 INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROBE 



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13 SEEK SCHOOL 9a»«0 ELECTION 

IS322;iSLJ2?T^.?f'^3^?e?I.^E'i3srSO. SCHOOL BOAgO 
FIRST aCUNO TUESOAY IN CUSMAM ELECTIONS: SCHOOL BOARD... 
THREE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL 30ARD 

°"^'^°PU8L!c°iLLMN5oRlEO ON CENTRAL ahERICAN ISSUES 
ATT»C< CALLED INSULTING .„co,r. 

AMERICANS ILL-INFORXED ON LATIN A-ERICA 

Dies. "ACDONAlO 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

"""UlRT^ESSiiNiS^'cSSpETES IN DICKENS OR AHA TI ZA TION 
OURMAH SEnIoR does DICKENS »NT WINS U50 

?^iS§L?-Lil?rSNC GETS THE OI'-KENS 
'""TcH;?SEiMTi''SR°Sg'QFFENSES 

'""1s:;;i^g^oi??T?''^sf^K'?s^Y";!!5r^o;;:§ sj^Ineechi indun village 



°'"'g5SKj/:iHERS MODEL IN STATE 



EVUE 



OICKERSON, BRENOA RQBERSON ,„..,■,:, 
MAN SHOT, KiLLcO; "IFE IS CHA-lcED 

2Hi:ro??r^:i?f^il'^ei;,nj?ER^itit^?SG°2u???? to killing 

uOMAN iETS Three years 

OICKERSON, CLIFION malONE IDECEaSETI 
OBITUARY 

nirACH^TN. DANNY LEWIS (HENDERSON) 

°' HENDERSON MAN SLAIN. BRDIHEB SHOT 

OICKERSON, FLETCHER LEE ruAirFi 

MAN SHOT, KILLED; "IFE IS CHAJGEJ 

WOMAN Charged in death 

E^r'5?r?Hi2?i5ljR'?E^l*'U?^R"ltlil?SG°2u1f^? TO KILLING 

WOMAN GETS Three years 

'"""Ml°N''Air'.li^ tire iron 

°'""TSi;\iarED'^s^^"AKrs5kr"?''5^":ivE. 

(FIRE DEPT.l 



NOT INFATUATION 



°'^^^^i??ri!:g ^iRiiA^;' 

"■"^'ouSf'iF "APpJ-A^^^^J^irilSMISJAL OF SEX BIAS SUIT 

DICKS, PARRISH IQECEASEDl 
asiTUARY 

OIDOMIZIO, HARRIET CECELIA IOECE»S=DI 
OBITUARY 



DIKE, RICK (DURHAM aCaDEmyI 

OA COACH SLAPS LEAGUE AFTER 



<IN 



DILGER, FRANK (BRONZE ST»?,''I'^15' vc la ^ lATF 
MAN RECEIVES BRONZE STAR 39 YEARS LATE 

nitiAHUNT, ELLIS (FOOTBALL PLAYERl 
OILlIhUNT LOST FOR -33 SEASON 

°"-'-'c2RLi"lM"T5^E 8^*BEiuTY: PFRFECT STRIDE, PERFECT FORM- 

OILLINCMAM, W. L. -CHICK" SGT.IASHEVILLEI 
EX-POLICEMAN PLEADS GUILTY 

"■""^ESfi^ 5rE?d\0-RE?:y state' 

"""•^S-ARjj'YlEi'fF'TE^'^SIJ^SV^ -OMAN SUES DUKE. 
»3.1 MILLION SUIT ENDS IN MISTRIAL 



DOCTORS 



OISHMAN 
SHI 



K:rSo{SiJ?o'-AoRE'^fi»N 60 ChUuREN 



HiLt IN GRENADA 



"'"SeOICAL UNIT SEES LITTLE ACTI3N 

DIXON, BARBARA (EvANGELlSIl 

NO AVOIDING IT: SIN'S COST HIGH 

"'""joSRrgls'SlslES APPEAL IN SUIT OVER TRANSPLANT 

DIXON, FOANK PAUL (OECEASEDI 
3f>ITuARY 
OBITUARY 

DIXON, IDA (DECEASEOI 
ialTuARY 

°"°"iorBSi.l.'t;lp?"Ni?'T;xI DRIVE-S PER-IT 

°"""'rel!g?on, jEANE JIXON OON-T mix 

''"°'';6^i!;JME^-iG^3"N''rio COmPET ITIONS 

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oixon, louis jr. {oeceaseol 
obituary 

oixon, hary eluabeih 
hOman shot 
thieves tare stereo itexs 

OIXONi RUTH S. 

UHAT KINO Of JUSTICE WAS THIS' 

OIXON, TERRY lALAMANCE CO. 1 

ORUNK-ORIVER PROGRAM DIRECTOR ON JOB 

OIXON, THOMAS E. lYMCAl 

SCHOOLS SUPPORT SOCCER 

OIXON, WALLACE M. 

LETTER ABSOLVES OIXON OF MISCONDUCT CHARGES 

OIXSON, KENNETH LEONARD 

TWO MEN ARRESTED IN SLAYING 
2 CHARGED IN STABBING 
MURDER INDICTMENT HANDED DOWN 
CAULOER IS INDICTED FOR MUROE? 

OLUGOZIMA, ROB lOURHAH BULLS) 

BULLS' MAY RESIGNS; DLUGQ2IMA STEPS UP 

00, KHA LINh {RALEIGHJ 

DEATHS CALLED MUROE''- 5U1 C I DE 
OBI lUARY 

DOBY, BESSIE lOECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 
QBI TUARY 

DOBY, JAKE 

LAST OF 2ND LIEUTENAIlTS RETIRING AFTER 35 YEARS 

DOBY, JERRY LEE 
EX-1NMAT-- 
BnOY IDE 



EX-1N"ATE"5 QODY 
---NTlFIEO 



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". IN P0L1C= yOMAN* S BEATING 



'RIGHT- STUFF 



doby, ronny 

heralo-sun golf first round ojalifiying scores 

DOChER, Thomas georgf 

GRAND jury INDICTS 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 

OOCKERY, TRAVIS SCOTT ICARYI 

<i n.c. men killed in «reck 

oooson, sue berry loeceasedi 
obituary 

OOHERTY, matt 

OOhERTY, OAUGHERTY C PERKINS 

UNC'S FOGGY NIGHTMARE 

UNC HAS RIGHT BUTTONS TO PUSH FOR SUCCESS 

PSYCHOLOGIST'S AIO HELPS OOHE» TY FIND KEY TO 

DOLAN, KEVIN 0. IHUNTINGTON, W.VA.I 

DEPUTY, RESERVE OFFICER CHARGED uITH MUROER IN N.C. MAN'S DEATH 

OOLBER, CAROLE DR. 

SOMEONE SPECIAL 

DOLE. ELIZABETH 

HELMS NAMED TO O.C. 'OUT' LIST 

TAR HEEL NOMINATED FOR CABINET POST 

DOLE A FINE CHOICE 

THE DOLES: LEGISLATIVE BRANCH, EXECUTIVE BRANCH ICARTOOM 

MRS. DOLE TO PUSH MOMEN'S EQUALITY FIGHT 

MRS. DOLE NO 'YE5-HGMAN' 

REAGAN APPOINTS TWO SMART UOMEN 

VOLUNTARY BUSSING 

SENATORS QUESTION MRS. DOLE 

SPEED LIMITS SHOULD DEPEND ON CONDITIONS 

MPS. DOLE OK'O FOR CABINET JO=i 

MRS. DOLE SWORN IN AS CABINET MEMBER 

MRS. DOLE 'LEARNING ROPES' OF NEW JOB 

MRS. DOLE INVITED TO R OU GROUNDBREAKING 

MRS. DOLE WON'T ATTEND ROU GROUNDBREAKING 

MRS. DOLE WON'T BE AT CEREMONY 

MRS. DOLE WANTS AGENCY TO STRESS HIGHWAY SAFETY 

NEW TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY ADDS DRUNKEN DRIVING TO HIT LIST 

TO ATTEND OPENING 

MPS. DOLE SAYS HOMETOWN HAS RIGHT KINO OF INITIATIVE 

MRS. DOLE PREACHES SERMON 

MRS. DOLE: U.S. SHOULD NOT STJNT SPACE INDUSTRIES 

DOLLAR, LOIS 

RIGHTS STATEMENT WAS LUDICROUS 

DONAHUE, THOMAS B. 

fBl OPERATIONS QUFSTIONED 

donovan, allen iwilton* conn.) 
thanks from a yankee 

ooolfy, hill 

DOOLEY'S TEAMS ThF SAME? 

DOOLEY LAYS PRAISE ON DUKE 

DOOLEY IGNORES CRITICS AS TECH'S WINS MOUNT 

OORMAN, ALICF IHERP EXPERT! 

herbs spice up any holiday menu 

dosman, john in.c. association of =oucarioni 

n.c. teachers' group uses morf conciliatory tattics 

oornan, john n. 

ncae denies it is a union 

dorrance, anson , 

unc soccer coach miffed at snubhinc 

OORION, BETTY ICO-OP SChOOLI 

'SJUEAL LAW' SPARKS DEBATE 

OORTON, EVVENIA JOHN 

OFFICER INJURED TRYING TO HALT FLEEING DRIVER 



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S t T 

N F ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 1YL 

OFFICER INJURED S 2 S/JS/KJ A I I M 

THIEVES mOOK FISHlur, riCME S 2 3/14/83 C 1 H 

ouss. DoruLO icharlotte Car oriveri 

POLICE S4V TA«I DRIVER KICLEO »OULU-uE RGRbER H 2 <./07/33 A 15 N 

OOSSETT, J. u. -XuO" (CHAPEL HILLI 

RAISE HEIGHT OF MIChIE dam F0< wore hater H 2 ll/2h/S3 A <. L 

OOSSETT, JACK 

6 MORE get in LINE FGR VACANT SPOTS ON CITY'S COUNCIL H 2 "./ii/RS 6 1 N SSI 

6 SEEK CITY COUNCIL SEATS 5 2 '•/23/'13 A 3 N 

SEAT SEEKERS FAVOR CIVIC CENTER H 2 './29/B3 A 1 N S51 

COUNCIL CANOIOATES INTEPVIEWEO H 2 5/l'V/P3 A 1 N S51 

COUNCIL HOPEFULS DISCUSS CITY'S GROWTH S 2 5/l'>/B3 A 3 N K90 

OOSTER, HAROLD C. DR. 

CDLLECE PRESIDENT STEPPING DOWN H 2 2/27/83 A 13 N 

OOTSON. HARVEY IHENDERSONVILLEI 

BENEFITS RULE AIDS HUNT'S ACTIUN H 2 10/l<i/B3 A 9 N 

OOTYi CHARLES RICHARD (TULSA, OKLAHOMA) 

CANDIDATE ,<ITH FAITH H 2 3/13/63 4 E 

OOTY, SHAYNE 

ENDOWMENT PROVIPES FOR DUKE PRIZE IN ARTS S 2 5/20/63 A 9 N 

Jl.DOO ARTS PRIZE ESTABLISHED AT DUKE H 2 5/27/83 A 8 N 

FIRST RECIPIENT OF ARTS PRIZE TO GIVE RECITAL H 2 6/11/63 B 1 N 

ORGAN RECITAL PLANNED 5 2 6/11/83 A 20 N 

OOUGLASj ^i^JJIlj „g^ ,Uf TREATED FQLLTriING SHOOTINGS LAST NIGHT S 2 8/20/83 A 3 N 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE H 2 5/19/83 A \ U 

DOUGLAS, ERIK (HURDLE HILLSI 

ARMS WON'T SOLVE EL SALVADOR SITUATION H 2 './01/R3 A 5 L 

DOUGLAS, FENNER (DUKE UNIV. 0RGANI5II ,,,„,a, . c 

FREE RECITAL SET FOR SUNDAY S 2 1/20/63 A ■^ N 

DOUGLAS, RONNIE OOELL (GREENSBQROI ^ , ,,,,,„, . , ., 

BROTHERS FACE 35 CHARGES " 2 <,/2'./83 4 7 N 



OQUGLAS. STEVEN (.UTHER (HIGH POINTI 
BROTHERS FACE 35 CHARGES 



DOWNEY, ALEX 
OBITUARY 



OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 



2 './24/93 



DOVE, •"ARY T4PP (DECEASED! =/,a;«» a o n 

OBITUARY H 2 5/30/63 A 9 

DOVER, CHYRL ANN „ , /.,/oj c ) D c u^c 

COUPLE'S COURTSHIP WAS A FAMILY AffAlR H 2 0/12/83 E 2 P F H<.5 

OOWD. ELIZABETH "PFPPER" STETSON , , a/.o/oj . i D N Q^t 

DURHA1 MAN ELECTED HEAD OF UNC TRUSTEES S 2 a/l'/e3 A " J '"•^ 

PORTER UNC BOARD CHAIRMAN " Z 3/20/83 A 1 P N 

OOWELL, EARL H. DR. t/i5/«l a 1 N 

DUKE NAMES ENGINEERING DEAN " 2 4/13/83 BIN 

DOjELL APPOINTED DEAN OF ENGHtERING SCHOOL , „., | ^ ,^',kV,i\ ? t u r^n 

ENGINEERING PROFESSORS COULD ' ECOME A SCARCE COMMODITY S 2 2/08/83 4 1 N C60 

DUKE DEAN NAMED ACADEMY FELLOW H 2 12/22/83 C 13 N 



2 1/15/83 C 4 



DOWNING. ANNIE LEE IDECEASEOl „ , o/jk/m a k n 

OBITUARY " ^ 9/26/83 3 6 U 

DOWNS, LARRY 1 FAYETTEVI LLE 1 ^ , ,,-,,, at a i w a«;i 

(^URSE ACCUSES DUKF OF FIRING HER OVER TESTIMONY H 2 4/21/B3 B I N flSl 

DOWSE, BILL (NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICEl s/it/ol r ( N K9n 

DURHAM HOUSING GROUP TAPS DO WS E S 2 |^ 'Z" CI N K90 

HOUSING AGENCY NAMES DIRECTOfl „ , „,., " | l^iMfl r T P N K90 

HOUSING SERVICE PURCHASES SALVATION ARMY BUILDING S 2 9/16/83 C 1 P N KVU 

DOYLE. DENIS (AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE! ,n/>n;»1 All N 

EDUCATION VOUCHERS MAY BE USE3 SOON S 2 10/20/83 A 13 N 

D021ER, WALTER J. (DECEASED( 7/n./ni r II N 

BUSINESSMAN ADMITS DEBT TO ESTATE " ^ 7/14/B3 C II N 

DRAKE, DICK (CHAPEL H I L L-C A RR BORO SCHOOLSl .raccroe u i a/7n/fl3 r ( N H90 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO RECONSIDES RECOMMENDATIONS ON ASBESTOS H 3 8/20/83 C I N H'VU 

DRAKE. MARGARET HOWE (DECEASED! „ , ,/m/»3 r 15 n 

nRITllARV M 2 3/g3/B3 LI"' U 



2 3/04/83 C 6 



"""^fAR^E' SSganIZER NAMED S 2 }O/0Va3 C 1 N T32 

PARA DRAKE NAMED TO ORGANIZE PARADE " f }9',ii',2l n 't p p uhf. 

CHRISTMAS PARADE GETTING ARTY LOOK " 2 11/25/83 D 5 P P W6e 

DRAKE, w. RODWELL JR. DR. „ , ,n/?R/fli R 1 N 

STAFF CHIEF IS ELECTED " ' '0/28/83 B 1 N 

DRAKEFORD. ROBERT „ , 1/?n/fl^ R I N L41 

DRakJfOPD foreclosure OK'D " ' /?S/R3 f 4 N 

DRAKEFOBD TRIES TO HALT FORECIUSURE 5 | /jS/H? a f N B46 

DRAKEFORD PLANS PAYMENT TODAY ^^„ " j \ '/%i',i\ ! B ^ B46 

CARRBORO MAYOR SAYS DEBT n£PO<TS FXAGGEBATED 5 2 l/"'" A 8 N 

CARRBORO MAYOR PAYS OFF MOST TF LOAN H 2 2/02/83 = , ' ? „, . 

DRAKEFORD FFELS HE'S LEAVING lARRBORO IN GOOD SHAPE » 2 10/23/63 A 11 P F B46 

°''"'^iAS-oS;GS UEPUTY 20 FEET H2 '/"/J^AW N 

TWO DEPUTIES ASSAULTED | | S^X,^?! r I N 

DEPUTY'S CAR SUSTAINS MINOR DAMAGE J 5 7/71/ni A 3 N 

DEPUTY'S CAR 04M4GED ^ $ 1 /Tr/Si 5 1 N 

DEPUTY SAYS MAN HIT HIM " ' 11/18/63 B 1 N 

DRAPER, JAMES T. JR. REV. , , „ r. u ■> ii/;'n/R3 f 4 N 

FORMAL BAPTIST BELIEFS? 'ABSOLUTELY UNTHINKABLE' " 2 11/20/63 C 4 N 

°'""'"n5R|flEL0i,^17S5'' '"'"" " ^ 11/20/83 D 1 P f C19 

°"'"'^5-!56u2'iilT''5BEC£DES DRIVER-LICENSE RENEWAL S 2 9/01/83 A 4 L 

DRAuGhON. W. R. (LIFE UNDERWRITER! , , 0/.7/B3 A 3 P N T32 

25 PAST PRESIDENTS OF GROUP HONORED S 2 9/17/B3 A J k n 1 3^ 



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ORArER. BURtQN 0» . lOuKE RAOIQLQGY PROFcSSORI 
MAGNETIC DIAGNOSTIC 'EYE- OELATEO AT QUKE 

ORDAK, ROBERT (FBI AGENTI 
GREEN MART Of AGENT 

TRANSCRIPTS REVEAL GKEEN, AGEl T TALKS 
TRANSCRIPT OF REPORTED GREEN TALUS WITH AGENT 
GREEN WON'T COMMENT ON CONVERSATION EXCERPTS 
INOUIRT ORDERED IN TAPES' STOIY 
TRANSCRIPT DARKENS OUTLOOK F0< "".REEN 
ELECTION-LAH COMMENT SPELLS ODOM FOR GREEN 
GREEN TAPES ANGER LAWYERS 
GRAND JURY ON GREEN TO MEET 

JURY HEARS ON TAPE THAT SOLES TRIED TO PAY FOR GOLD ORACELET 
AGENT CONTINUES TESTIMONY IN TRIAL OF STATE SENATOR 
AGENT aUESTIONEO BY SOLES' LAWYER 

TAPES IN SOLES TRIAL REVEAL SfALL-TOWN LIFE. CONCERNS 
LAWYERS FOR SOLES QUESTIONING AGENT 
JIMMY GREEN TRIAL ON BRIBE COJNTS OPENING MONDAY 
FBI AGENT: GREEN INDICATED HE WOULD ACCEPT MONEY 
GREEN REFUSED BR IBES--TAPES 

GREEN TESTIFIES HE ATTEMPTED TO TRAP AGENTS 
SBI AGENT TESTIFIES EFFORTS MADE TO IDENTIFY DRDAK 
DEFENSE RESTS IN JIMMY GREEN'S TRIAL 
FEW SURPRISED WITH OUTCOME IN GREEN TRIAL 

DREAPE. PETER "RED" (GREAT BRIDGE, VA.I 
BODY FOUND IN DARE IDENTIFIED 

DRECHSLER. DAVID 

ORECHSLER WINS UNC AWARD 

KINARO HEADS SIX EARLY ACC DRAFT SELcCMONS 

DRENNAN, JIM 

STATE'S NEW DWI LAW MAY SPARK LITIGATION 

DREY. LAURA 

UTILITY PLAYS IT SMART 

SPEAK OUT ON WASTES 

CITUENS CAN VOTE IN ALL COUNCIL RACES 

CITY ELECTION 

DRieSELL, CHARLES G. "LEFTY" 

ORIESELL'S SriLL SIMMERING 

DRIESELL STUMPING FOR NCAA BIO 

DRIESELL SILENT--FOR NOW — ON VEAL 

DRIESELL REPORTEDLY APPEALED TO VICTIM 

DRIESELL GOES TOO FAR 

NEWSPAPER DEMANDS LEFTY RESIGN 

ORIESELL'S ACTIONS PROMPT CONCERN AT MARYLAND 

DRIESELL HOLDS MOUTH IN CHECK AMID VEAL SAGA 

COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST DRIESELL 

DRIESELL REPRIMANDED IN VEAL INCIDENT 

LEFTY STILL LUCKY 

DRIESELL TARGET OF STUDENT RALLY 

DHINKARO. G. LAWSON JR. 
UNCLE SAM OR SANTA 

DRISCOLL. Paul JOHN INFwPORn 
BODY FOUND NEAR NEWPORT 

DRIVER, BOB 



H J 3/26/93 C 



TAXIDERMIST TO DISPLAY CRAFT 
BIG BUCK CONTEST FOR HUNTERS 



ETS UNDERWAY 



DRIVER. BRUCE EDWARD 

WOMAN TURNS DETECTIVE TO PROV= SON'S DEATH WASN'T ACCIDENT 

DRIVER, Gloria 

FiNS SHOULD WRITE TO STA TI ON ' M ANAGER 

DROEGEMUf LLER, WILLIAM DR. 

2 GET UNC PROFESSORSHIPS 

TWO AT UNC ARE GIVEN ENDOWED P ROF F S SQR SH 1 PS 

DROWN, RICHARD CPL. IGREEN SPRINGS. OHIOI 

MARINE DIES AFTER CHOKING ON DOUGHNUIS 

NEWPORT OFFICIALS: DOUGHNUT-EATING CONTESTS FINISHED 

DRUET, NAIRHAN (CHAPEL HILLI 

•GRIPPING' CAPTION WAS 'WISE-ALECK- 

DRUET, VIVIEN ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

DRUMMOND. JERE A. (SOUTHERN BELLI 

SOUTHERN BELL PLANS TO TRIM RATE REQUEST BY H9.6 MILLION 

DRUMRIGhT, ODESTFR 

SUIT SAYS FORCE USED TO GET TIMBER RIGHTS 
SUIT FOCUSES ON TIMBER 

ORUMWRIGHT. WILLIAM EARL "PREACHES" I8URLINGT0NI 
BURLINGTON WOMAN HELD IN SLAYING 

ORYOYK. PAT ( SISTER! 

SHEDS SHE IGNORED ARE HER CONCERN TODAY 

ORYE. HOMER LEE IHOMER BRIARHOPPERI 

HOMER ORYE, COUNTRY STAR BRlA*HOPPER 

DUCKERY, OLLIE MCIVER (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

DUCKFIELD, MICHAEL RAYMOND 

ROBBERY VICTIM CUT ON HANDS 

DUDLEY. OAN 

INFANT FOOTBALL TEAM SETS FOR KICK OFF 
SfASON OF THEIR DISCONTENT 
DUDLEY: STREATER NEVER FI»EO 

DUDLEY, DEBBIE 

DRIVERS MENACE TO BIKERS 

DUDLEY, DDNNIE 

MAN STABBED DURING FIGHT 

DUDLEY, OSCAR 

OFFICERS Charge DURHAM MAN IN HIT-AND-RUN WRECK 

DUDLEY, Theodore r. 

DUKE STUDENT WINS GRANT 

DUKE STUDENT WINS MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP 



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PRlISf 1NSP!«5S STuTENI-mRITE' 5 

"""''^JiLITARY ACTIONS STINK IN iRE^AOA. LE3AK0N 

DUFFIN* WALTER . , 

GUNS IN CAR NOT USED IN SLATING 

SUGGS Thought man getting gun 

■wSSaN- in slating trial SATS SHE -AS A5uScD 
SUGGS ARGUMENTS 9EGIN _ , 

JURT CONVICTS -OMAN IN SMO0TI>lG JEATM 
SUGGS GETS FIVE TEARS „„,..., 

WOMAN GIVEN 5-TEAR TERM IN SHOOTING 

OUFFT, MELISSA HONORS MELISSA OUFFT 

MARRIAGE, «ORK IN STORE FOR TIP SENIORS 

DUFRESNE, MARH 

LETTER MISSES MARK 

DUGAN. DON ANO KAREN 

RAIL FENCE ENHANCES TARO 

BUHART, hQOTENSE CRUSE iCMAPEL HlLLl 
OaiTUART 

OUKE, Charles M. lASTRONAuTI 

ASTRONAUT TO SPEAK AT OUKE 

°""-Ei-?MlLOTiE"EKlES DIVERTING DUKE FUNDS 

f«'';;5lL!"l'-?lR!E?f''pR"o5c'E«'':F TObACCO ALSO OWNS FOOD. CLOTHING., 

"""^'jEAN^OUKE PLANS TO LEAVE JOB AT FRANKLIN CHAMBER 

"""''MiS^GETS T-0 TEARS IN FATAL ACCIDENT CASE 

OU»E« LuCRfTlA BURGESS lOECEASEOI 
ORITUART 

°"*''ho"?UeS°DO chance: OUKE CHANGES PLANS 
LAPPING IT UP 

°"''";luSSi'"IIt14lISh A.ARO TO HONIR CHARLES DUKES 

OULIK. ANN ELliARETH IDUKE UN I V . ST UDENI I 
MAN IS ACCUSED OF THEFT AT 0U< E 

OUNBAR,_L£ILA ^ ,^NUMENT TO FREEOOt OF SPEECH 

""""JU^r^L'^O REGISTER TO VOt'e ^ 
NATIONAL TV SHCULON'T SLANT N= - S 

DUNCAN. JOHNNIE icomanChE records, hENDERSDNVI LL E 1 

RECORD STORE OUNER PULLS ROCK AL3UM 

DUNCAN, LEXIS STANFORD, lORANGE CO. 1 
SUIT ON FATALITT TO BE HEARD 

OUNLAP, ADA Evans (DECEASED) 
OBITUART 

WNLAP, JA"ES DENNIS_„^„^^„ 
2 CHARGED jITh robbery 

"'""'•PLEOGER ADMITS TO -KISS- «|Tffl T 

CITT COUNCILMAN ADMITS TO COM-ENT 

rnuNCIL IMPOSES *32,000 ASSESSMENT 

iEE?INGS aSe UVELT, BUT HARXT CONSTRUCTIVE 

S"0RE''GE"lN°LiNpFQR VACANT SPOTS ON CITY'S COUNCIL 

6 SEEK CITY COUNCIL SEATS 

^UJElfsfaL'tH?"j&iY'^0"HlL?I0N-OOLLAR TRIAL 

DUNN TESTIFIES DURING TRIAL .,,^.,,r^, 

LAMYE" SEEKS TO STOP TRIAL OF ALIENATION 

MOVIES ARE USED IN TRIAL 

MRS. OUNN: SOUGHT -PEACE.- NOT SUITOR 

testimony ends in ounn case _ 

jiirt rules dunn-s wife not alienated 

m" jSoTrSl?? JgIinst alie«tion of affection 

iiLlENATION- SUITS USELESS. CWTMJDEO 

5Jii-:^5StrTli^2o;;^I!5?S^;3RT SATS .32.000 CITY ASSESSMENT 
JUDGE DENIES DUNN'S REOUEST F3R RELIEF FROM CITT PATMENI 
JUDGE REJECTS DUNN-S APPEAL 

""""'^oStoOO'u.S. TEXTILE JOeS MAT bE LOST 

OUNN. ELSIE PRATT lEFLANOl 
OBITUART 

""""-BSIflllsriJ^JlN^S'fK S5ii¥i:{!i lisVu .ANK OFFICER SATS 

DUNN. LIZZIE JONES (DECEASEOI 
OBITUART 

OUNN. LONA POOLE lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

''"'""LAiTE'i°STILL SHT JURT FOR M IL L lON-OOLL AR TRIAL 
OUNN TESTIFIES DURING TRIAL ,,^.,,,„ 
Ca.TER seeks to stop TRIAL OF ALIENATION 
MOVIES ARE USED IN TRIAL , .,„„ 
MRS. Dunn: sought 'PEACE,' not SUITOR 
TESTIMONT ENDS IN DUNN CASE 
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OUNNt BONNIE igeLMONII 

BALKY AUIa FINALLY FOILS ESCAPE TRY 

OUNNt SANDBA LEE I ?06 LAUREL ST. I 

2 yOMEN GET PROSTITUTION SENTENCES 

OUNNEGAN* BEPMA 

LEAOEP DRAKS OUT OTHERS" STRENGTHS 

OUNNEGAN. ESTHER MAYO (SHILOHI 

SHILOH MEMORABILIA OFFER LOOK INTO PAST 



IDECEASEOI 



ounnegant lillian h. 
obituary 

ounson. aubrey 

missing star oraws complaint 

collegiate all sports rankings pcnoereo 

tighten oul penalties 

booze problem horse than smoking 

taxpayer's faith shaken 

labeling should include alcohjl. too 

ounston, robert loeceaseoi 
qbItuary 



OUNSTON, SOLOMON SR. 
OBITUARY 



lOECEASEOI 



ART GKANT 

DUPR6E. FRANKLIN T. I JUDGE I 

ACE OF MAOMESS, MIRACLES FOR :1AMEL'S CLASS OF '33 
JUDGE MISSES OPPORTUNITY TO BE IN JURY OE L I FIE R A T I ONS 
COURT SYSTEM GETS TOP RANKING FOR EFFICIENCY 
OUPREE TO CARRY FULL CASELOAD 
LAWYER RECOMHENOEO FOR FEDERAL JUDGESHIP 

OUPREE. JOE IJUUGEI 

OUPREE PLANS TO RETIRE FROM BENCH 

OUPREEt MYRON 

OUPREE SIGNS KITH BRONCOS 

OUPREE. TERESA C. ITEaChERI 

MATH SCHOOL PICKS VISITING INSTRUCTORS 
OUPREE TO BE VISITING TEACHER AT MATH SCHOuL 

DURANTE. SPENCER JR. OR. ICHARLOTTEI 
2 DOCTORS TO PAY «150.000 

DUROEN. ROBERT 

DUKE PROFESSOR IS INSTALLED AS HtAO OF HISTORICAL GROUP 

DURHAM, COY F. ICHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT.I 
DURHAM RETIRING AS POLICE OFFICER 

DURHAM. GEORGE 

SMITH LEADS PREP SCORERS 

SPARTANS HIS. BUT STILL STRUGGLING 

SMITH RANKS FIRST IN SCORING 

SPARTANS LEAD TRIANGLE 

DURHAM SIGNS 

DURHAM. CRETChEN (DURHAM RED CROSSI 
■ANTED: DRIVERS 

DURHAM. JOHN KENNETH IMANSONI 

MAN DIES. FOUR HURT IN WRECK 



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DURHAM* MEAOIE JACKSON 

ELPIE KNIGHT FEELS IT'S -GREAT- TO CELEBRATE lOOTH BIRTHDAY 

DURHAM, PAMELA DENISE I HENOERSDNV IL LE I 

CONVICTED MURDERER MOVED TO ME I UM- SEC UR 1 TY PRISON 

DURHAM. TOOO 

SENATORS 'RUDE' 

DURHAM. WILLIE LEE INORLINAI 

MAN IS CHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING 

OURO. PETER C CAROL ITYRRELL COUNTY 1 

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE LAW CHALLENGE OENIED 

COURT UPHOLDS SCHOOL LAW 

PARENTS TO CONTINUE FIGHT TO TEACH AT HOME 

DUTTON. JIM ICHARLOTTEI 

CHARLOTTE MAN WRITES PLAY-BY-t AI L GAMES 

DUTTON. JONATHAN J. DR. 

4 APPOINTMENTS. ONE PROMOTION MADE AT DUKE 

DVORAK, ANNA IARTI5T AND ART LIBRAE lANI 

ARTIST HAS DESIGNS ON DURHAM SAVOYARDS 

OWYER. JOHN W. IGRANO RAPIOS. MICH. I 
BUSINESSMAN TO GIVE TALK . 

OyChES, MAMIE BURTON lOECEASEOI 
QBITUARY 

OYER, MARILYN A. ICHAPEL HILLl 
JUNG SOCIETY SEEKS MEMBERS 

DYER. NORMAN IROXBOROI 

ROXeORO MAN HANTS TO RUN BUS SERVICE 

NEW BUS SERVICE RUNNING BETWEEN ROXflORO. DURHAM 

OYSON, BENNY CAROL IBASSETT FuRNITUREI 
JURY INDICTS 12 IN VOTE PROBE 
JURY SELECTION BEGINS TOMORROW 
JURY CHOSEN FOR VOTE FRAUD TRIAL 
TESTIMONY BEGINS IN VOTE FRAUD TRIAL 
JURY MEMBER THREATENED AFTER ELECTION FRAUD TRIAL 
SENTENCES ARE GIVEN IN VOTE F'< AUD CASE 

E*00r. JAMES IGREENS30R0I 

CHILD PLAYING IN YARD HIT, KILLEU BY CAR 

EAGLES, LARRY P. 



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HOUSE SGI.-4T-ARH5 CHARGED WIIH LlIJI 
€»GLETON, TMOHAj f. IHI^SOUKI |ENAlO«l 

EAKES. EDNA EARL GEORGE 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

^"^•A5l^fcAir?23iLn TRY SELF-RELIANCE 

EARNHARDT, DALE DINNER; NISSEN INJURED 

I^Kha'rDT-SOUICK PACE RESULTS IN SPORTSMAN WIN 
EARNHARDT TAKES SPORTSMA N T T- E 
EARNHARDT, PETTY ATTAIN POSITIONS 

EARP, DAVID DANIEL 
OBITUARY 

EARP, LENA MITCHELL 
OBITUARY 

^*''-"tAe'pILL?%ENEMTS OUTWEIGH RISKS 

EASLEY, LERQY lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

^'''■'jR0'EclTSR:'SISl«!:°X^?A'SilAL IN ASSAULT CASES 

^*^^^l6Hrl?^N'§fei?'Su^°OE°^l^?'l'fN;El??G^nON 
GREEN INVESTIGATION HANDED TO TWO OAS 

1 pan<;pr uTna s will BECQHe u«S. aiTuwneys 

PrSsECUTOR SEEKS RULING ON U.S. APPOINTMENT 

EASLEY, VIOLA SMITH IOECEaSEDI 
OBITUARY 

"''"A^d'-INrST^R'?S rE5&"T0UR QE THE HOLY LAND ^^ ^^,^ 
gSoiIpS ASK BLACK TUTORIAL PRQ-.RAM IN COUNTY SCHOOLS 

S5g^S'oSgStll5?S's'I^?KING 10 BJSLGAOS PROM DURHAM 

"^^"iN^'Ti^l^NSToKc'^l^oK SlfSSiP 'NATALIE EASON... 
NATALIE tASON MARRIES 

"'°''iuSSlM'ga"sr3E??^?2rs'EBL!SfbS'^?lTo»Y 

P»SI, JOHN ISENATGRI 

" 's?R!'^a's? ii^^RSf Itance on gas tax 

tlldit ^lI^Y^V^fErfg^^'MOTHER GOOSE 

ii; it:i^^ ""'-^-sj ?s^5?;s7 AiN U.S. counts 

AST'S IDEAS WOULD LEAD TO LEjAL CHAOS 



PRAYER ISSUE 



DRAW THE LINE ON TAX "AISES 

EA ' ' ' ■■ 

EA 

EAST NEW SLETTfRS^COS Tt16i. 000 

EAST TO FILE PETITION ON SCH01L 

HELMS, EAST CRITICIIE TREATIES 

^E'L^is^'EA^'^SiK^SVoi'-BY CONSERVATION GROUP 
EAST BACKS DEFENSE SPENDING 
^yrjE^^^'AL^^EN^.'SS LEAVE MINE ALONE 

rN^'Mr^oS^s'^tsroucrj^^fRSf ''spending 

lii^rL^rTl'^pSJoSAL TO END LEAF PROGRAM 
fill ?"oSSr?^R?'l«I2G,'5 J E BASE 

c1S:rI??e ^tS?lR?*S:7'sS^N"i; harsher warnings 

EAST A OE RESIGNS AFTER PROBE ENDS 
EAST DEFENDS WATT'S STATEMENT 



:tor 

IVE 



li^t-^JuBflC^SoUsfNG SHOULD B^ PRIVATE JOB 

5^JiESsgUSSAEE'Sg^tTH IN "IVATE S C 
SEN. EAST SAYS HOLIDAY FOR KING TOO txptNSlv 

h' ^I^JJoRfREpSEtiliT 's?:?E 'country WELL ^ „, 
FEw"sENA?5rs'fEl[ FOR HELis- ARGUMENTS ON KING 8IL 
VIEWS ON BEIRUT MISSION CLASH r,„o«trN 

IIMUV^II r.l SlS^pi^to" fcJ^E^T^'wlR^N K^V^BELS 
LiLOERNESS BILL biSAGREEMENT lOT RESOLVED 
r&OP LAWMAKERS SAY 'GRADES' JNFAiR 



""''l\i'ili il'ilV^OiO FOR .0 DAYS ^^^ 
SHEFFIELD aARREO FROM COURT WORK 

""^^niS^L S^trci&SJS'bF^ERs'oAY CARE FOR INFANTS TO <,-YE.R-OLOS 

EA5Ti=RLING. NETTIE G. IOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

""''T^K aiovl i"Es\EJSVs°D^S'p°S'p?isiTION TO DEVELOPMENT 
"^'''?S?fwOaO, LYE LEADING FIELD. WHILE BRIGHTER STARS CONTEND 
EATON. FLOYD ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ,g (.^j ,,„„£„ ,,OHTS 

SUIT FOCUSES ON TIMBER 

FATON. LAWRENCE P. INEW BERN, N.C.I 
loLDlER CHARGED IN SLAyInG 

EATON. MACKIE KINLEY ( F RANK L I NT ON I 
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EAVES. JEAH lOURHAH Energy iNFOKMsr idn officei 

OLO NEWSPAPERS NEEDED 

RECOGNITION QUE FQR A JOB HELL DONE 

EBERSOLE. ALVA V. OR. (UNC-CH SPANtSH PROF . I 
UNC PROFESSOR CITED FOR WORK 

FaERT, LYOA G. (flOCA RATON. ELA.l 

OUkE cancer research GETS BOOST 

11 "ILLION DUKE TRUST FUND ESTABLISHED 

EBINGER. PHIL 

THE 'OTHER- BLUE OEVIL STAR 

ECKERNAN. HILLIAH CHARLES (DECEASED J 
ECKERMAN DIES 
OBITUARY 

ECKEBT. UILLlAH H. (PITTSBURGH LAHYERI 

THESE JUDGES COT -PAID OFF- OJITE LEGALLY 

ECKLAND. ERIC (CHAPEL HILLI 

ERVIN INFLATES RISKS OF ERA'S APPROVAL 

ECKLUNDj^PAULA^^^ SHOULD HAVE A TRAFFIC LIGHT 

EODLEHAN. WELLS 

DUKE WINS. CONSUMERS LOSE 

STOP PHONE RATE INCREASE 

NUCLEAR PLANT UNECONOMICAL. PETITION SAYS 

THE CASE OF JAMES WATT 

ALTERNATIVES TO POLLUTING ENERGY SOURCES 

EDDY. DONALD R- 

SLAIN WOMAN WAS WONDERFUL INDIVIDUAL 

6DELMAN, CHARLES 0. (CHAPEL HILLI 
EDITORIALS GN LAW FALL SHORT 
POOR WOMEN NEED FREE ABORTIONS 

FOEN, SCOTT 

TVA OWES AN APOLOGY 

EOENS. CLARENCE (FLAT ROCK I 
DRUG PLEAS 

EDENS. JIM (flO»anRO/PERSON ATHLETIC DIB. I 

JrEAM battle means hefty PERSTN PAYDAY 

EQER. MR. AND MRS. J.L. 

•VERN" GOBS TOO FAR THIS TIME 

EDGE. kaThy (DESIGNERI 

hosiery fashions go patriotic 
she looks everywhere for ideas 

edgerton, will (unc-chi „, ,, , „ 

psy(:hologist: doll rush, hula-hojps similar 

eogman, susan 

EXPRESSWAY WILL hurt DURHAM 
WARD <. INCUMBENT UNACCEPTABLE 

EDINGTON. DAVID (NEW BERN POLICE) 
NEW BERN OFFICER KILLS MAN 



EDISON, THOMAS A. 

nITPICKERS and EDITORS. 



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EOMISIEN, RUFuS 

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DON'T CLOSE OIX HOSPITAL. EDMI 
EDMISTEN SAYS HOSPITAL SHOULD 
AUTO DEALER FINED $7,500 FOR i 
EDMISTEN RAISES S217,8I1 
OFFICIAL SAYS SBI LOOKING AT S 
EDMISTEN CRITICIZES FCC TELEPH 
EDMISTEN CONFIRMS GREEN UNDER 
EDMISTEN, KNOX TIE IN DEMO POL 
EDMISTEN BOWS OUT OF GREEN INV 
GREEN INVESTIGATION HANDED TO 
EOMISTEN'S MOVE TOO LATE 
EDMISTEN PLAYS POLITICS 
EDMISTEN UNVEILS PLAN TO AID V 
HELP FOR CRIME VICTIMS 
PULLEY CONSIDERS RUNNING FOR • 
EDMISTEN SAYS GM SETTLEMENT IS 
EDMISTEN TOPS POLL IN WAKE 
COURT ORDER SHUTS DOWN CHAIN = 
EDMISTEN: LET'S 'EVEN SCORE' 
EDMISTEN ANNOUNCES RUN FOR GOV 
EDMISTEN MAKES II OFFICIAL: Hz 
EDMISTEN EYES HAYTI DEVELOPMEN 
EDMISTEN TOURS PARTS OF DURHA" 
EDMISTEN RALLY SATURDAY 
EDMISTEN TOURS DURHAM 
BLACK OFFICIALS HEAR HOPEFULS 
PLANE DEAL LINKED TO EDMISTEN 
VOTE BOARD SAYS PLANE DEAL LES 
EDMISTEN LEADS FOR GOVERNOR — 
SOURCES LAW REVIEW SOUGHT 
PROSECUTORS UPSET BY EVIDENCE 
JIOO-A-COUPLE DINNER FOR EDMIS 
EDMISTEN TO SPEAK 
MEETING PEOPLE 

PARA(3UAT SPRAYING IN N.C. OPPl 
EDMISTEN RAPS PHONE RATES 
EDMISTEN: FACULTY CONSULTING 3 
EDMISTEN TO FIGHT PHONE CHARGE 
LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE RATE a 
EDMISTEN HAS ANGERED WESTERN T 
ATTORNEY GENERAL CHIDED FOR HT 
'AIN'T NO WAY WE Can get EOUAL 
EDMISTEN IS A GOOD DEMOCRAT 
CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK 
RUFUS EDMISTEN FOR GOVERNOR CI 
EDMISTEN, COBEY LEAD IN POLL 
EDUCATION TOP PRIORITY FOR E DM 
EDMISTEN'S BOASTS CONTRADICT ? 
N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL WEDS 
EDMISTEN MARRIES RALEIGH WOMAN 
ERVIN SAYS NO ENDORSEMENTS 
ARE STATE OFFICES BEING USED T 
BERGMAN TO HELP LEAD EDMISTEN 



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EO"aHOS. MELeN 

EOMnNOS RfCEIVES HONQRAPY DEGREE 

NINE PERSO.^JS WILL RECEIVE DUK= HONORARY OOCTURATES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE; HITM THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

NCCU TRUSTEES SEEK 2-YEAft TER'< FOB WALKER 

•WE REACTED TO T ME TIMES' 

OR. EDHONOS" DREAM: A HUB OF SLACK STUDY 

EOMONOSON. JOHN MICHAEL (BETHEL) 

TWO FOUND SLAIN AT CLEANING FIRM 

EOMQNOSON, WILLIAM M. 

FIVE ELECTED TO CHAMBER BOARD SEATS 

EDMONSON, A. R. IHALEIGH LAWYERI 

NO DECISION ON RESTORING VANN' S LAW LICENSE MADE 

EDMUNDS. ROBERT H. IGKEENSBOROt 

GASOLINE TAX INCREASE TAKING JS FOR A RIDE 

EOUAROS. BERNARD (BUNNI 

TWO SENTENCED IN BUNN SLAYING 

EDWARDS, BIROINE ICHAPEL HILLI i 

MEMORIAL NURSES CALL HOSPITAL WAGES UNFAIR 

EDWARDS, CALVIN OwIGHT (CHAPEL HILL) 

GOOD SAMARITAN LOSES WALLET, SiOO IN ROBBERY 

EDWARDS, CHARLES OB. lUNIV. OF SOUTHERN CALIF.) 

PARALYZED AFTER SURGERY. WOMAN SUES DUKE, DOCTORS 
»3.1 MILLION SUIT ENDS IN MISTRIAL 

EDWARDS, CHARLIE FRANK REV. (GREENVILLE) 
BODY BELIEVED TO BE MISSING MINISTER 

EDWARDS, CHRIS 

GIVE THE AMICKS PRIVACY 

EDWARDS, DAN K. JR. 

EX-DA GETS MURDER CASE 

EX-DURHAM DA TO tJE LAWYER IN '<UHUfR TRIAL 

EDWARDS* DOTHEL JR. 

HIGH JUMPER PLANS ASSAULT ON AMERICAN RECORD TODAY 

EDWARDS, ETHEL THOMAS 
OBI TUARY 

EDWARDS, FRANK (BJXBnROI 

ROXBORO CRIME RATE UP IN ISBJ 

EDWARDS, H. E. (SCOTLAND CO.) , ,^, 

II FROM ROBESON COUNTY FACE C^ T A FUNDS CHARGES 
U INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROBE 

EDWARDS, HELEN R. MRS. 

I HONORED FOR SERVICE TO SCHOOL 

EDWARDS, JIMMY (MALLBUBGI 

INJURED BOY'S CHRISTMAS TREE HAS BEEN UP ALL YEAR 

EDWARDS, JOHN W. 

•CROWN JEWEL' OF FOLK MUSIC ARCHIVES 

eOWAROS, JOHNNY (EAST CAROLINA UNIV.) 
EDWARDS SUITS ECU 

EDWARDS, KENNETH RAYNQLO 

DUKE'S ORTHOPEDIC RESEARCH ENDOWED 

^'"""gI^l'-GETS (iER'SlGH'sCHOOL DIPLOMA UNDER COURT ORDER 

EDWABOS, LOIS H. 

WATCH PREACHER FOR BLESSING 

EDWARDS. MARVIN ICHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS, MATTHEW "STEEL BOTTOM" JR. „ , , .„,rc 

EDWARDS ENTERS 'NO CONTEST' PLEA TO OBUG CHARGES 
■NO CONTEST' PLEA ENTERED IN DRUG CASE 
•STEEL BOTTOM^ TRIAL BEGINS 
COCAINE TRIAL BEGINS 
ARGUMENTS END IN COCAINE TRIAL 
•STEELBOTTOM' GUILTY OF DRUG TRAFFICKING 
COCAINE DEALER FREE ON POND 

EDWARDS. OLIVIA s. (Chapel hild 

5 TAR HEELS PICKED FOR SERVICE AWARDS 
EOWAROS WINS AWARD 

EDWARDS, OWEN (fflANKLIN CO. BEEKEEPER) 

his business is swarming 

edwards, rodney eugene (henderson) 

two teen-agers charged with taking medical bag 

^""'"revenue^bonds; if you can hac< red tape, there may be a cheaper way. 

edwards, stephen ^^, 

ciiy buying 22 pso cars; eyes 2n0 fleet 

edwards, virginia d. (deceased) , ., „ ,„ , 

virginia d. edwards dies afiet being hit by truck 
mbs. edwaros, durham civic. church leader, dies 
service scheduled for mrs. edwards 
edwards quietly dedicated 
virginia edwaros a true giver 
virginia eowaros left rich, caring legacy 

edwaros, william frank 1 henderson vi ll e] ,,„,, „„^ 
henoersonville 'history' headed for first home 

^^'""nORThIrn^GRAOS TOLD TO BELIEVE IN THEMSELVES ,„.,,„^.,,= 

NORTHERN GRADUATION SPEAKER U>GES DEVELOPING SELF-CONFIDENCE 

EGERTON, M. L. MRS. 

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EICHMAN, WILLIAM J. SK. 
OBITUARY 

EILBER, Casol IMICROELECrRONICS CEMIfKI 

NETHORK mill allow oat* exchange between UNIVERSITY RESEARCHERS 

EILBER. Charles "ChuCk" 

PAINTINGS TO BRIGHTEN SCHOOL 

EILBER: TUITION COULO DISCOURAGE 1ANY STUDENTS 

SCIENCE, MATH SCHOOL SERVES AS MODEL 

TAMNG The new DIRECTION 

GETTING READY 

MACE NAMED PRINCIPAL OF MATH, SCIENCE SCHOOL 

EILBER, JANET 

JANET EILBER: 



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einstein, albert 

a practical bohemian is subject of one-man show 
einstein is "still something special" 
mft2gfr to perform in show t010rr0w 
h6t2cer has right formula for show 

el - hoshy, khaleo op. 

hope for the hairless? duke studying drug that may heli'... 
duke studying drug that hay cjre baldness 

elchlepp. jane g. dr. (duke m6dica'. centeri 
6 named to health group 

elder, james p. jr. (elon collegel 

elon college to present awards tuday 

eldrioge, albert f. dr. 

duke press publishes boor profiling kissinger 

fliason, john e. rev. (8urlingt0ni 
central america week 
sense of humor needed 
watt's freedom 
goo and medic inf 
tribute to father carney 

elichuk, richard 

mathematic Skills? 

eliel, ernest l. dr. (unc-chi 

nine persons will receive ouke honorary doctorates 

elion, gertrude b. or. 

latency of herpes poses challenge 

elizabeth ii, queen 

welcome for the queen 

elkerson, ola mae (oeceasedi 

obituary 

elkins, a. coolioge 

county names 1st woman to airport authority 

rdu plans 130 million bono issue 

rou project makes rapid progress 

rou bono rate called "great" 

new rdu runway may be finished 6 months early 

raleigh developer elected rdu airport's chairman 

rdu workers get raise 

receives award 

elkins, angie 

elkins nominated to lead democratic women"s group 

mrs. elkins seeks presidency 

mothers of the year, 11)83 

demo women tab mrs. elkins fo^ president 

elkins" role in politics is challenging, exciting 

get on with building the civic center 

elkins, fred (durham court counseltrl 

juvenile cases rise in durham county 
the sun, state help troubled youths 

elkins, philip s. 

va starting home care program 

elkins, rod 

elkins wants another shot after undergoing operation 



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ELLER, CARL IFOOTBALl, PLAYER) 
ELLER WINNING HIS "FIFTH 

ELLERBE, LAVERNE (CUShmaN ST. I 
PREGNANT WOMAN INJURED 

ELLINGTON, ALLIE (OXFORD) 

ELLINGTON ELECTED OXFORD MAYO) 

ELLIOT, JEFFREY 

DEATH ROW BOOK: "A CLASSIC CASE" 
PROF WRITES BOOKS 

ELLIOTT, ALFRED JEROME (KANNAPOLISI 

NORTH CAROLINIAN FREED IN SLAYING 

ELLIOTT, BUMP 

ELLIOTT RESIGNS AT DHS 
ELLIOTT QUITS AT DURHAM HIGH 

ELLIOTT, FLORENCE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ELLIOTT, FRED GRAHAM (DECEASED) , 
OBITUARY 

ELLIOTT, GARY lEAST CAROLINA UNIV. STUDENT) 

DURHAM STUDENTS INJURED IN EX'LOSION ARE RECOVERING 

ELLIOTT, HELEN KENNEDY 

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IS URGED 

ELLIOTT, JACKSON T. (PIEDMONT TECHNICAL COLLEGE) 
PTC NAMES VICE PRESIDENT 

ELLIOTT, JEFFREY M. DR. 

HISTORY OF FALKLAND ISLANDS PROVIDES OBJECTIVE LOOK OF "BIZARRE LITTLE.. 

ELLIOTT, JOHN SANfORD (MURDER VICTIM) 



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VIRCINU cjuKi scNTEhces "'iN ra die foa murder 

ELLIOTT, ROBERT L. AND VERNELL OUN't IRALElGnl 
RALEIGH POLICE JAILED BRIDE A'J D CR30M 
BRIDE fACES 'lORE CHARGES 

ELLIOTT - nI&GINS. EOITh (UNC-ChI 
CANDIDATE ANNOUNCES 

TOUN, SCHOOL BOARD '<£"BERS P 1. E TO RON FOR NEa TERMS 
PACE PICKS <■ CANDIDATES IN BOARD RACE 
5 BACKED FOR SCHOOL UNIT 
TEACHERS EN0C5SE FIVE CANDIDATES 
SCHOOL 50AR0 HOPEFULS DIFFER DN TAX INCRcASE 
3 MEMBERS «ILL BE ELECTED 
FIVE SEEKING SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

FOUR WOMEN Elected to city school board 
BAKER LEADS Candidates in school board race 

Ellis, eva (Sahaha) 

momen set poor example for children 

love, faith can ease tension in the family 

nej view of success 

spring: god's reminder 

parents must learn to forgive 

PARENTHOOD TGUGH, even FOR "SAINTS' 

DRUG JSERS NEED TO LOVE SELVES 

BEHAVIOR IS REVEALING 

ATTITUDES CHANGEABLE 

DETACHED VIE. HELPS 

WHEN ODES A PARENT 'LET GO" 

FAITH SUSTAINS DURING TRAGEDIES 

TO GET RESPECT, GIVE RESPECT 

nOLlOATS A TIME TO COUNT BLESSINGS 

GOOD PUPILS SUFFER FOR ACTIONS Of d*D 

ELLIS, HARVEY J. (BUTNERI 

BUTNER PSO CHIEF QUITS 

ELLIS, JAMES L. WASHINGTON, N.C.I 
OFFICER'S HEARING POSTPONED 
EX-POLICEMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO BREAK-INS 

ELLIS. LUETTA TILLEY IBahamaI 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS, MAGGIE 

MUSEUM GALA IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER 

ELLIS, MART LOIS "LuCY" IOECEaSED) 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS, ROBERT BRuCE (ORANGE CO.l 
0'>ITUARY 

ELLIS, THOMAS C. 

ELLIS ON BOARD 

ELLIS, THOMAS F. (CONGRESSIONAL CLJBI 

ELLIS NOMINATION FACES OPPOSITION IN SENATE 

PRESIDENT ASKED TO wIThORAM NOMINATION OF ELLIS 

ELLIS MAY END NDMINATION 

RALEIGH MAN NiTHORAaS NOMINATION FOR BOARD 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB BACKS COBEY 

ELLIS STILL «ANTS CANDIDATE T: RUN AGAINST JIM MARTIN 

ELL IS, a. K. , 

AIOS EPIDEMIC IS GOO'S WRATh' 

ELLIS, WALLACE MR. AND MRS. 

COUPLE A.ARDED «5,550 JUDGMENT 

ELLIS, MAlTEP 

MAN RELEASED In stabbing 

ellis, william richard ifremqntl ,,,,, 

wayne da files motion on parole uommissiom 

=ll i s , worth 

de-brained council de-sexes ol ble 

ellison, bertha 

accident kills three in durham county 

obituary 

accident victims said stable 

ellison, guy 
obituary 

Ellison, guy jr. 

accidfnt kills Three in durha" county 

ACCIDENT victims said STABLE 

ELLwODD, eric L. (NCSU sen. OF FOR=ST RESOURCES! 
Nclu dean: farmers must diversify CROPS 

ELMORE, JAMES WILLIAM (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ELSAM, HAROLD G. (CHAPLAIN) 

f.lLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HALO SET 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW ■ S ThaT AGAIN? 
■MEDIA OVERSTEP BOUNDS Of DECENCY- 
WHAT'S WRONG WITH WATT? 

ELWAY, JOHN (FOOTBALL PlayERI 
AT RANDOM 

EMERSON, RCY 

EMERSON'S OPINIONS 

EMMA, TOMMY 

EMMA SURVIVES DEVILS* DECLINE 

EMMONS, ARNOLD tROxBORO POLICE) 
ROXBORO POLICEMAN RESIGNS 

EMMONS. ^MRSTEN^^ TO HELP OTHERS FACE SCOLIOSIS 

EHORYj^EO^ EMORY RECRUITS IN SHADOW OF THE ACC 
sues UNAFRAID OF SCHEDULE 

?!5?'N^C:"5TiTr'Di^iiT''l£cbSE. YET FMORY AND THE PIRATES STILL. 
ECU'S wIN Ovt« MISSOURI KEYED BY STERLING DEFENSE 
FLORIDA NEXT GIANT IN ECU'S SIGHTS 



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N » W E S 



SUN AND FUN ELUDE PIRATES ON FLORIDA TRIP 

EMJRY: MIAMI 08STACLE TO RANRlNGt BOWL FOR ECU 

EMORY FRUSTRATED BY NARROW DEFEATS 

A SPOT ON THE MAP FOR NOWHERE. N.C. 

THE SHAME OF IT all: NO JUST lEWABD FOR PIRATES 

60ML TALK EMORY'S CONCERN 

PIRATES" SHIP SAILS IN TOP 20; EMORY STILL MIFFED AT NO BOWL. BUT... 

•WANT-POwER' THAT'S THE FUEL FOR EMORY'S JOURNEY TO THE PROMISED LAND 

EMORY: WE'LL NEVER GIVE UP 

EMORY SETS NEW CONTRACT 

ENBERG. DENNIS I C AR TOGR APHERI 

COMPUTERS SPEED UP maPMAKING AT NCCU 
GRANT TO HELP NCCU DRAW COMPUTER MAPS 

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT: WHATrTO DO. WHERE TO CO 

ENGELHARD. VIRGINIA 

ENGELHARD SEEKS WARD SIX SEAT 

MARKHAM, SPAULDING FILE FOR MAYORAL RACE ,„„r„c 

LABOR OSGANUATION SUPPORTS MARKHAM AND SIX NEWCOMERS 

ENGELHARD 

CANDIDATES DIFFER ON UTILITY ISSUE , ^ , 

WARD 6 CANDIDATES DIFFER ON CENTER PROCESS. STATUS 

BARBS AIMED IN CANDIDATES' FO) UM 

BARBS ARE THROWN AT CITY CANDIDATES' FORUM 

4 GROUPS NEUTRAL IN MAYORAL RACE 

l<. SEEKING POSTS IN DURHAM Ra;ES 

VOTERS SWEEP OUT FIVE COUNCIL^EN 

ELECTION GIVES DURHAM MORE LUERAL CITY COUNCIL 

6 NEWCOMERS ELECTED TO CITY COUNCIL SEATS 

COUNCIL LIKELY TO ADDRESS POC<ETBOUK ISSUES SOON 

SPAULDING OUTSPENDS MARKHAM I^l BID TO BE DURHAM'S MAYOR 

MAYORAL CONTEST TOPPED SPENDING 

ENCELLANO.^CH^P^ COURT TIMf A FUNCTION OF DEFENSE 
ENGELLAND'S CHANGING SITUATION 
CHIP'S SHOTS STILL ALIVE FOR OUKE 
AT RANDOM , , , 

OFFICIALS STAND ABUSE BECAUSE THEY LOVE THE GAME 

ENGLAND.^MADGE^^^ HAS SPECIAL INTEREST IN TONIGHT'S CONCERT 

" JrOUP may buy 1/3 Of SUNSTATES 

ENGLISH, LINDA GIBSON (GIBSON) 
FBI ARRESTS N>C. WOMAN 

ENOCH. ANNIE COUCH (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ENOCH, EDDIE 

CARRIER OF THE MONTH 

ENSLEY. TOM JR. (DECEASED; 

HEAT KILLS AT LEAST 5 TAR HEELS 

^'"'"'"faRMwORKEr'^ADVOCATES face CHAIGES IN NASH 

EPPS. F. E. 

COURT REJECTS CASE APPEAL 

EPSTEIN, JAMES ,, , „ 
EDITOR. DON DUNCE CAP 

EPTON. BERNARD (CHICAGO! 
NOW. THE HARD PART 

EREXSON, CHRISTINE GAIL (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

EREXSON. GARLAND EDWARD (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

EREXSON. MAUDE P. 

THANKS FOR RESCUE EFFORTS 
OBITUARY 

EREXSON. TIMOTHY MARK 

DURHAM MAN SLASHED IN ROBBERY 
VICTIM IS CUT 

ERICSON. ERIC (UNC SWIMMERl 

ERICSON WINS ALL-AMERICA HONORS 

EALENBACH. RANDY 

NEGATIVE STORIES AFFRONTS TO J.S. 



PAN AM EFFORT 



ERVIN, SAM (FORMER SENATOHI 

ERVIN SUPPORTS NEW DEFENSE PLAN 

CAMPAIGN GROUPS ARE CRITICIZE: 

SAM ERVIN SPEAKS OUT AGAINST WITHHOLDING LAW 

BAR ASSOCIATION HONORS SAM ERVIN 

CONGRESS SHOULD NOT REPEAT PAST MISTAKES ON ERA ISSUE 

ERVIN INFLATES RISKS OF ERA'S APPROVAL 

ERVIN CITES SOCIETY'S DEBT TO POLICE 

SAM ERVIN WRITES NEW HUMOR BOn K , , , , 

ERVIN'S WATERGATE GOAL WAS TO FIND THE TRUTH 

ERVIN SAYS HIS BOOK SELLING 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

ERVIN PROGRAM GETS iSOO.OOO 

ERVIN SAYS NO ENDORSEMENTS 

ERVING TO PLAY ALL-STAR GAME IN GREENSBORO 



UNC STARS TRIUMPH 

AT RANDOM: ETIV ING. . .BOEHE I M. 



.DUKE SCHEDULE 



"'"'*6L!So'GotF?S^S''I?NTAL PICTURE TRANSLATES INTO MID-90S SCORES 

ERWIN, FRANK THOMPSON , ,, ^ „,^^ , ,, 

FRANK ERWiN. OIL FIRM EXECUTIVE. DIES AT 77 
ERWIN OIL CO. PRESIDENT DIES 

ESMELMAN. TOBIN 
BIKE FOUND 

















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1/01/3) - li/31/83 



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BOOMER AND '(ENNETT: ESIASON FINOS ROOM APLENTY FOR THE ACC'S TALENTED 

BOOMER REFUSES TO OVERLOOK Dy<e 

■WHO'S BEST?" BANTER OLD TO T^HPi' ESIASON 

AT RANDOM 

BOOMER: "A HAM. ..NOT A HOT OOj ' 

BENNETT SURPRISED. HURT BY REMARKS 

MARYLAND OB BITTER OVER NIX I >1 ACC AWARDS 

BEN'sENNETT'lfl'TORTOISe AND "BOOMER" ESIASON AS A DONKEY ICARTOONI 
ESIASON'S INJURY ALLOWS SCHOFI ELO TO PLAY BLUB-GRAY 

'''°'iLWci: ^fpa^i'T8°;itb4TATE ^b «ace 

S?tcSi"Rs'Es"3'sITS:°lEfD';:EARN DEPTH OF UNC RIVALRY 
ESPOSITO OUESTIONS UNC RANKINS 

ESSEX, JULIA CHRISTINE CASH ITAMPA, FLA. I 
OBITUARY 

6SSICK, FOIL (DECEASED) 

FOIL ESSICK DIES AT 79 

ESTER, TIMOTHY w. (CANDOR, N.C.I 
OBITUARY 

^^^^^TEEN-AGER IS ARRESTED IN BREA<-IN 
CASH, JEWELRY SAID STOLEN 

ESTES, LEE ERNEST (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

"'"iNFERTILlT?:°C05lLES RIDE EMOTIONAL ROLL ERCOA ST ER 

ESTILL, ROBERT w. REV. 

EPISCOPAL CONVENTION PLANNED 

EPISCOPAL DIOCESE TO INSTALL 91SH0P ,,^^„„ 

N.C. EPISCOPALIANS TO CELEBRATE NEW BISHOP 

CEREMONY TO BE HELD 

TWF NfU BISHOP 

i?!tc^°?A't'SrlHirlt{lL'i'S3?LINES GOALS FOR DIOCESE 

SPREAD GOSPEL, BISHOP SAYS 

BISHOP DROPS COUNTRY CLUB "EM5ERSH1P 

SI3UP GIFT; FIRM GIVES 2,000 CASES, OFFERS MORE 

ETHRIOGE, BRUCE IREP.I 

BINGO LAW CHANGE STUDIED 

ETTERS, WALTER TRACY lAURORAl 

3 N.C. MEN KILLED IN WRECK 
3 MEN KI LLEO IN ACCIDENT 

EUBANKS, JULIE (N.C. SENATE PAGE) 

EUBANKs"se'rVES as senate PAGE 

EUBANKS, LESSIE CARVER (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

EUBANKS, MIO S. 
OBITUARY 

EUBANKS, ROBERT C. JR. (GREENSBORO) 
EUBANKS NAMED TO UNC BOARD 

EURE, IHAO ^ ^^^^ FINANCIAL PLEAS 

IT-S ALMOST (PHEW) RAMP TIME AGAIN 
l^^lLE^T^T^Hio^^SR^'sEcSriARY 3F STATE (CARTOON, 

I^IIn^SSV^^eSSU^E TO RESIGN .IS POST 
IHAD EURE TO BE CHALLENGED FO) STATE POST 

"•"^^Ainil ^S^I'^rR^oS'?"R^N?PrA5T"lT'DUKE TODAY 

^""^^oS^rsiMiiii^r^iSE^'-' 

EVANS.^CORNELIUS^.LEXAND|R^^. WOMAN ARRESTED, CHARGED 

OBITUARY 

cuA,iS DAI F (UNC-CH ASS'T. FOOTBALL COACH) 
^""^TArMeLS ADO FORMER GAMECOCK AIDE TO STAFF 

EVANS, OEBRA LYNN 

OOG ATTACKS, BITES OWNER 

EWANS. EDWARD DONALD (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

"'"^ROuSo-Sp i"dRUG cases begins in three COUNTIES 
MORE DRUG ARRESTS EXPECTED 

'"""^liATIVE OF DURHAM GETS PUBLIC TV POST 

CuAM^. FHFnFfllCK (PHOTOGRAPHER) 

MYSTERY SEEN IN CATHEDRAL PHOTOGRAPHS 

EVANS, JACK (DURHAM 5ERT0MA CLUBI 

^hi;Ss'iR^5rD^ES^:°THE WAY THINGS ARE 

EVANS, JAMES A. (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 



EVANS, JAMES ROBERT (508 HARDEE ST. ) 
MAN HELD IN CHURCH BREAK-IN 

EVANS, JOHN (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

^"'"^fE^iSiL'S^nCli^s'^rArsi^RIANGLE trade ^ONE 

EVANS, JOHN 0. 

OBITUARY ,,..,, 

•FAR WORSE Than hanging' 

EVANS, JOHN LOUIS III 





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a strange idea 

evans, johnny 

2 charged in robbery at apex 

evans, johnny clifton 
Charges oisnisseo 

eVANSi JOHNNY PEBVIS 

POLICE ARREST <. MEN ON BURGLARY CHARGES 

<, DURHAH HEN ARRESTED IN 2-COJNTY INVESTIGATION 

EVANS, JONATHAN WAYNE (PLEASURE RHGE PARK, KYI 

BABY HAS BONE HARROW TRANSPLANT AT DUKE TODAY 

EVANS, JOSEPH (HILLSBOROUGHI 

HISPLACEO FAITH IN PSYCHIATRY 

EVANS, KENNETH LEON (LOUISBURGI 

THREE ARRESTED AFTER SCHOOL BUS SAID HARASSED 

EVANS, HARLA ICARRBORO ART SCHDOLl 

ART AS BUSINESS: HOH •SOMETHnG TO FIRE HIS MIND' 

EVANS, MATT (ROIBORO AHTISTI 

CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS PLAN FASHIDN SHOW 

EVANS, MICHAEL SCOTT 

ROUNO-UP IN DRUG CASES BEGINS IN THREE COUNTIES 
MORE DRUG ARRESTS EXPECTED 

EVANS, R. C. IPSOl 

PSO CHARGED IN TRAFFIC WRECK 

EVANS, RALPH A. lEVANS ASSOCIATES! 
DURHAM HAN IS EXPERT WITNESS 

EVANS, ROBERT LEE (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

EVANS, ROBERT H. (TELEVANSI 

DURHAM NATIVE APPEARS IN DOCUMENTARY 

ORIENT EXPRESS: TRAVELERS GET TASTE OF OPULENT PAST 

EVANS. SIDNEY LEE (NASHVILLEI 
Z HEN ARRESTED 

EVANS, W. SAHUEL REV. C MRS. 

THET 00 YARD WORK TOGETHER 

EVANS, WILLIAM P. 

CENTRAL TRIES NEW TACTIC TO RECRUIT STUDENTS EARLY 
N-C. CENTRAL ALUHNI, OTHERS APPRECIATED 

EVARTS. WALTER BODWELL ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBI TUARY 

evELAND, DEBBIE - 

CHANGE POLICY ON TITLES 

EVERETT, KATHERINE 

MRS. EVERETT STILL PRACTICES LAW 

EVERHART, LOIS ANN UHRIG IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY I 

EHING. OAVID ALLEN 

ACCIDENT BLOCKS FREEWAY 

EWING. MARY ALMA ICANDORI 
2 CHARGED IN SLAYING 

EWING. NEIL C. (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

EXUM. JAMES G. JR. (JUDGE) 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS 2 JUSTICES WERE ENTERTAINED AT COTTAGE 

FACYSON, PATRICIA 

COUPLE FACING ASSAULT CHARGES 

FAIRCLOTH, 0. H. "LAUCH" 

LAUCH FAIRCLOTH TO BE SPEAKER FOR NEW RUNWAY 

N.C. OFFICIAL OPPOSES USING 'OIHHICKS" TO DRAW INDUSTRY 

FAIRCLOTH HAY RESIGN SOON TO :AMPAIGN 

BANKER CONTACTED ABOUT POST 

FAIRCLOTH RESIGNS; HUNT SAYS IREEN SHOULDN'T STEP DOWN 

FAIRCLOTH OUITS N.C. JOB 

WHO'S MINDING THE STORE? 

TH0RN3URG URGES CAMPAIGNS BE TPEN TO HEOIA 

FAIRCLOTH ENTERS GOVERNOR'S RACE 

FIFTH DEMOCRAT ENTERS GOVERNOR'S RACE 

BLANK CHECKS CAN BOUNCE 

FAIRCLOTH IN PLANE CRASH 

N.C. CANDIDATE SAFE AFTER PL AM E CRASH 

FAIRCLOTH SAYS PLANE HIT WATE1 ON RUNWAY BEFORE CRASH 

FAIRCLOTH RECALLS SECONDS OF >1AYHEH 

CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK OUT FOR IHPROVING STATE'S RO 

SANFORO BACKING LAUCH FAIRCLOTH 

CAHPAIGN LAWS RULING SOUGHT 

CAHPAIGN AD SPENDING LIHIT RULED INFRINGEMENI 

TOP N.C. COURT TO REVIEW CAHPAIGN LIHITS 

STATE SUPREME COURT IS URGED TO LET CAHPAIGN RULING STAND 

N.C. LIHITS ON CAMPAIGN SPENDING LIHIT FREEDOM 

COURT ACTION MAY HURT FAIRCLOTH 

COURT REFUSES TO MAINTAIN CAMPAIGN SPENDING LAW 

FAIRCLOTH, GINGER CARTER 

POLICE DESERVE WORD OF APPRECIATION 

FAIRCLOTH, NANCY 

SYMPHONY HEAD 

FAIRLEY, MACIE KING 

INVENTOR OF BRIDGE WHEEL DIES 

FAISON, EUGENE (ROXBOROl 

HAN CHARGED WITH RECEIVING STOLEN CHECKS 

FAISON, HENRY J. (CHAKLOTTEI 

CHARLOTTE FIRH BUYS HALF INTEREST IN HALL 
MALL GETS NEW PARTNER 

FAKSH, HAHMUO A, 

IRAN GREATEST THREAT TO ARABIAN PENINSULA 

FALCONER. MICHAEL FREDERICK (CHAPEL HILLI 



NAME 5 



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l/Ol/dS - 12/31/03 l/lT/a"! 

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fALCONEB TOUHNEY COMBINES MONIREE'S LOvES: GOLf ANO FUN H 2 6/12/83 8 



FALKt JUOY (FASHION OESIGNERI 

NEU DESIGNS MAKE DRESSING LESS DIFFICULT FOR HANDICAPPED 

FALKi MICHAEL (GRccNSeORni 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD DISCUSSES ^OHGIVING FEES 
HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD FACES SUIT OVER MEETINGS 
nPuFinPFS^ TU^TAil CFUFD I IMF 




EK« HUUbKI (HAKt CUa JUUUCI 
PARTS OF NEM BINGO LAW CHALLENGED 



MOAOSOH'S KLlNGER WILL PLAY I >l CLASSIC 

IN SPITE Of THE CLOUOSi CLASSIC'S STARS SHINE 

DURE CLASSIC'S CELEBRITIES PAY BACK fANS--ANO HOW! 

ALiTnr.RAPH HHiiNns 



MRS. SEMANS' CREDENTIALS FINE 



FARTHING SEEKS HEARING ON HOSPITAL LAUNDRY 
CONTRACTING LAUNDRY SERVICE W3UL0 SAVE 



FARwELL. JONATHAN 



POT 



H 2 8/12/83 B 2 P F H<.5 



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2 7/16/83 A I N 

2 7/19/83 A ■; N 

2 T/l'f/SJ a 1 N B<,6 

2 7/20/93 B I N B'.b 

2 8/03/83 B 1 N Bid 

2 8/12/83 A 1 N H36 



FALKNER. ROBERT EARL "BUTCH" ICREE:)H00R1 

CREEDMOCR IAN FOUND IN RIVER H 2 10/03/83 B 7 n 

YOUTH FACES FEAR, AS WELL AS DISEASE H 2 9/0<./a3 C 17 N 

FALWELLf JERRY REV- 

HELMS NAMED TO D.C. 'OUT' LIST H 2 1/02/03 Alt N 

FALWELL SAYS Ht RAISED tl-. MILLION H 2 1/09/63 A fl N 

FALWELL. HELMS PLAN DRIVE H 2 7/01/83 « 9 N 

REV. FALWELL PLANS TRIP TO DURHAM H 2 7/02/83 A 5 N 

FALWELL. HELMS TO VISIT S 2 7/02/83 A 3 N 

HELMS. FALWELL LAUNCH DRIVE f 3 R VOTERS H 2 7/06/83 8 ^ „ " „., 

'REGISTER EVERYBODY THAT BREATHES' HIS GOAL. FALWELL SAYS H 2 7/07/83 B I P N B81 

FALWELL URGES MORAL STANDS S 2 7/07/83 C 1 N COS 

LEAVE JESSE ALONE H 2 7/20/83 A 4 L 

A LESSON IN TOLERANCE H 2 10/16/83 4 E 

POLITE RECEPTION FOR SENATOR <ENNEOY NO SURPRISE H 2 ll/0'./83 A 4 L 

FALWELL: SHOW ON HOLOCAUST 'ONE-SIOEO' H 2 11/15/83 All N 

A SENSELESS BOYCOTT H 2 11/23/83 A 4 E 

FANELLI. MARIE T. OR. lUNC-CH) ,,,,,„, ^ , „ --,„ 

UNC RESEARCHERS SOUNDING OUT fat H 2 3/03/83 B 2 N B30 

FANKHAUSER. MARGARET i,,„/o, . , , 

•RETIRED GENERATION' PIONEERS OF SORTS H 2 5/30/83 A 4 L 

FANNING, JIM IBASEBALL SCOUTI 

FANNING LIKES SCOUTING ROLE 

FARIBAULT, WALTER JR. I HI LL SBOROUGH I ,,,,o,o, r 

FARIBAULT ELECTED TO STATE BOARD H 3 11/19/83 C 

FARINA. MIMI ISINGERl , , ,,,,,-,, 

FARINA SINGS FOR CAUSE S 2 <./21/83 

FARLEY, JUDY STOWERS (CHAPEL HILLl _ „ , ww/o, r . p p ..05 

IlSlSH FAMILY CELEPRATES IN STYLE H ? 3/17/83 C I P F M95 

FABLOW. MORRIS (GREENSBOROI „ , ,,.o/oj u 1 ro 

2 MEN CONVICTED OF SHOOTING OFFICER H 1 1/19/83 B 1 N 

FARMER. GLORIA IDUKE HOSPITAL NURSE ANESThETISTI =,„a/p> r 1 o F ISA 

ANESTHESIOLOGIST ROLE IS EXPLAINED BY NURSE S 2 8/C9/83 C 1 P F J56 

FARMER, JANICE MARIE ( ThOMA SV IL L E 1 • „ , ,,,,,., . ,, „ 

EX-HUSBANO IS ACCUSED OF 2 KILLINGS H 2 3/iJ/|3 * IJ " 

WOMAN, CHILD'S BODIES FOUND H 2 3/26/83 A 5 N 

H 2 3/27/83 A 1 7 N 



2 5/27/83 I P U P55 
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FARMER, JIMMY LEE I THOM AS V I LLE I 

EX-HuSBANO IS ACCUSED OF 2 KILLINGS 

FARMER, JOE Chester ^ ., ,^,,,,01 a la 

POLICE STILL SEARCH FOR HIT, » UN DRIVER H 2 10/ 2<2? ? '5 

OBITUARY " ' lO/li/BS L •> 

""""bItJaRy'""*^"' H 2 6/22/83 8 9 

FARMER, ROBERT (WAKE CO. JUDGE) ,, „ , ,„/„7,o, 

OiOT? OF NFU RINf.n lAU f.HAlLfcNGEO H 2 lU/U'/MJ 



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OBITUARY " ^ 1/15/B3 L ". u 

FARQUHAR, OQPROY (FLAT ROCK PLAYHOUSEI ,n/(1A/ai J 7 N 

N.C. PLAYHOUSE FOUNDER DIES " ' 10/06/83 A 7 N 

FARR, JAMIE (ACTORl , <;/n7/n3 a in 

MOAOSOH'S KLlNGER WILL PLAY I >l CLASSIC " | ?^?,>o, j , 



2 5/22/83 A 1 P F H<,9 
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AUTOGRAPH HOUNDS 

''""obItuSry "^'^ "^'■"'^°'" H 2 11/20/83 C 2 

''*"''^BEfHl?o"flA5flST BEGINS SANCTJARY CONSTRUCTION H 2 1/15/83 A 6 P N 

■"""tliiS^I^'gJvIE' MISSED BY BEREA BAPTIST FRIENDS 5 2 i/l'/" J ^ p k 

HONORED " 2 6/28/83 A 9 p p 

''*''"0BfT3ARY"' "^"^"^" , H 2 7/31/83 C 2 

FARRINGION, CLIFTON ATLIS (HAW R I VE R I 6/n»,/B3 H 1 N 

MAN CHARGED IN FIRE THAT DESHOYED HOUSE " I 5/06/83 8 1 N 

FARRINGTON. JAMES TYSON , ,/n?/a3 fi ". N 

MOLESTING CHILDREN CHARGED " ^ 2/02/B3 B ■. N 

FARRINGTON. NORMAN (CHAPEL HILLl , , s/.i/m r 1 N 

2 MEN CHARGED IN AUTO THEFT 5 2 5/26/83 C 1 N 

FABRIOR. FRANKLIN LEE e , o/?A/ft3 r I N 

GUNS, OVEN SAID STOLEN > 2 9/26/83 C I N 

FARROW, ALBERT GREEN (ORANGE CO. I , c,,,/,,-, a l n 

OBI TUARY " '' 5/1 I/B3 o 

FARTHING, DOT SOUTHERLAND (BAHAMAI , 7/|j/n> B 9 

OBITUARY " ' (liciai o ■> u 

FARTHING, FRANCES ^ up 6/3n/R3 A 4 L 

UO C ecu. MCI fOenPNTIAl^ FINE H 2 *,/JU/M3 A f I. 



2 1/31/83 CI N N23 

2 2/03/83 A 4 L 



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ANNUAL 



NAMES 



MAGIC IN Th? IHSaTER 

FAUCETTEt GEOHGIE MARIE WHITTED ( HI LL SSOSOUGH I 
OBITUARY 

FAUCETTE, HENRY (BUILDING INSPECTQil 

PARHAH WITMORAkS RESIGNATION REQUEST 
FLIP-FLOP: INSPECTOR ON JOB 

FAUCI* ANTHONY OP. (NIHI 

AIDS IS SAID UNLIKELY TO STRKE GENERAL PUBLIC 

FAULKNER. BEVERLY RAY IHENOERSON) 

VANCE COUNTY MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 



ICMAPEL HILL I 



faulkner. charles s. 
obituary 

faulkner. frank lartisti 

subtlety, anger in secca exhuits 

faulknfr, j. r. mrs. (louisburgi 
the case of james matt 

faulkner, sammy (myrtle reach, s.c.i 

man reported shot following b^eak-in 

faulkner. william f. jr. ( fay et te vi lli i 

former patient reports assault at ou hospital 
three suspended at oix; abuse of patient probed 

faunte'dy, malter e. (rep.. o.c.j 
who's a demagogue? 

•we're still not free.' king says at march rally 
king: civil rights goals unmet 

fawcett, geobgf d. (lincolntoni 

n.i. man still investigating j fo reports after 39 years 
course examines aspects of ufl s 

feagans, lynne or. 

new treatment to alo learning to be studied 

f6arringtqn, burkeneas "burnice" (>|£w york cityi 
obituaiSy 

fearrington, frank wynne (chapel hilli 
heat cause of wreck 

fearrington, marie burnette (deceaseoi 
obituary 

f6atherst0n, al 

IN The SUN 

FECK, ARTHUR WALTER (CLINTONI 

AREA CROPS BAKE AS HEAT GOES ON 

FECGINS, KRISTAL JUAN (WAKE FORESTI 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

FEHSENFELD. MARTY (CHAPEL HILLI 

CARR80R0 PLAY "HAPPY DAYS' GOES TO NYC 

FEIFS, BETSY 

TALKS WITH TEACHERS may ENLIGHTEN PARENTS 

FEINER, CATHY 

WILDLIFE MURDERED 

FEINGLOS, MARK N. DR. 

DUKE RESEARCHERS: RELAXING H^LPS DIABETICS 
OOKE RESEARCHERS SAY STRESS BAD FOR DIABETICS 

FELDSTEIN, MARTIN 

CONSUMPTION tax: UNANSWERED OJESTIONS 

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK HELD BETTER 

GREATER U.S. PRODUCTION URGED BY ADMINISTRATION 

REAGAN AIDE SAYS DEFICITS COULD GOBBLE UP SAVINGS 

INTEREST RATE DROP POSSIBLE 

PASSING PARADE 

TEAM PLAYERS MUST LEARN GAME RULES 

FENNER. JEANNE IREP.I 

LEGISLATOR BELIEVES LOTTERY W3ULD NOT REDUCE TAXES 

MIDWIFE BATTLE LOOMS IN LEGISLATURE 

•OPTION-TO-BUY' BILL'S SPONSCR DOESN'T WANT COMPROMISE 

FENSKE, CHARLES STOUT JR. (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

FERETTINO, PAUL (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FERETTINO, PETER 
081 TUARY 



'PETE" IBAHAMAl (DECEASEOI 



FERGUSON, BOB (PRINTERI 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

FERGUSON, fCTOR WHITAKER 
OBITUARY 

FERGUSON, ELI (S. DARTMOUTH, MASS. I 
MAN SEEKS SHIPMATE 

FERGUSON, JAMES S. (UNC-GI 

EDUCATION REFORMS URGED 



FERGUSON, 
EDIT 



JOANNE 
OR JOANNE FERGUSON: 



HER LIFE IS AN OPEN BOOK 



FERGUSON, KAThY (HOME ECONOMISTl 

HOME ECONOMIST SHARES HER SPECIAL RECIPES AT CHRISTMAS 

FERGUSON, MIKE (DUKE UNIV. STUOENTI 

COUPLE'S RELATIONSHIP DOES COMPUTE 

PERM, DAVID (FAMILY CIRCLE MAGAnNFI 

MARKETING TO WOMEN: WHY ARE ADVERTISERS SLOW TO GO AFTER A S3<.0 

FERNSTROM, MEREDITH 

WOMEN'S CREDIT HISTORIES ARE VITAL TO ECONOMIC SURVIVAL 

FERRARA, JACKIE (SCULPTORI 

EASTERN TOUCH SHOWS IN GORDON MAHY WORK 



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H 2 7/16/83 C 1 P N K'.5 

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H 2 8/2(1/83 C 1 
H 2 9/03/83 A 12 



F E75 
N 



S 2 8/29/83 A 1 N C05 

H 2 11/20/83 C 2 

S 2 7/23/83 A 2 N 

H 2 2/16/83 C ". 

H 2 6/05/83 B 12 P A 

H 2 8/23/83 A 1 P N 

H 2 10/20/83 C 1<. 

H 2 12/09/83 D 6 P N 

H 2 10/27/83 A 13 P N 

H 2 1/02/33 4 L 



S 2 "./l 1/83 C 1 
S 2 12/19/83 A I 



N J56 

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H 2 1/23/83 

H 2 3/17/83 A 

S 2 6/15/83 A 1 N T32 

H 2 6/16/83 B 1 P N Cll 



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S 2 12/02/83 A 
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H 2 12/l<./e3 B 10 

H 2 2/2<./R3 B 1 n U 

H 2 11/04/83 C 5 

S 2 3/23/83 A 4 L 

S 2 12/12/83 A 3 N 

H 2 1/23/83 E 1 P F H45 

H 2 12/01/83 C 1 P F J40 

H 2 11/20/83 E 2 P F M95 

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PEORELLt ALONI* COCKflcLL lCM*ftLOTT=l ID6C£*SEJ» 
OBITUARY 

fESRELL, AUDREY (CONCE'NED PARENTS JF 0»F3R0 -lANORl 
COUNTY SCHOOL COMPLAINTS 

fcRRELLi bAREABA 5. , „,, 

OISHISSED LI3RAJ1AN SuES OTI 

'ERRELL. BEAUfORO VINSON SR. 
OBI TUASY 

PEBRELLt BOdST kMITE ^ ^ 

HAN »ITM SnOTGUN FORCED F«uM »OOHS 
ACCUSED GUNHAN IN JAIL TOOAY 

CEBRELLi BONNIE (DUKE UNI w . COMPUTATION CENTER! 
COUPLE'S RELATIONSHIP DOES Cj)^PUTE 

.E.RELL^ OONN.EJOE -JEO;^ ^^^^^ d,c«NING VICTIM 

FEBRELL. ELMO ODELL "LEFTY" lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FERRELL* FRANKie ANDREW 

CaiMESTDPOERS HFlPS POLICE MA< E ARRcSTS 
POLICE hELPEJ in capturing 2 ;SCAPEES 

FERRELL. JAMES ED»AR;> ISMIThFIElOI 
SUSPECT IN SHOOTING IS KILLED 

FERRELL. MAMIE a. IDECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

FERRELL. RON (DURHAM SUN REPORTER I „ , ,^ 

ELDERLY CRIME VICTIMS LOSE r»^ IR CIVIL RIGHTS 



H 2 IJ/Z'/BS A 14 

H 2 f./l<./83 A <. L 

H 2 5/I4/B3 CI N 532 

H 2 12/20/93 A 9 D 

H 2 0/12/63 A 1 P N "51 

S 2 (>/13/B3 C 1 N 

H 2 11/20/83 E 2 P F MflS 

S 2 7/06/83 C 12 N 

H 2 11/17/83 A 18 



S 2 a/12/83 A 1 
H 2 8/13/83 C 1 



H 2 3/33/83 A ZZ 

H 2 7/08/83 C 5 

S 2 6/20/83 A <. 

S 2 <./27/a3 a 1 





N F30 
N 

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N S33 



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FERRELL. UILIIAM 

BAILIFF RETIRING AT AGE 79 

""""Jhe'^STuoInT'S DEATH PROMPTS MALPRACTICE SUIT 
SUIT FILED IN DEATH OF STUDENT 

FERRUCCIO.^KEN p^^^ ^^^^^ SUNDAY 

3 ARE ARRESTED TURING PROTEST AT PC3 SITE 
THREE CHARGED WITH TAKING PUM3 AT LANDFILL 
THREE CHARiEJ «IIH PUMP THEFT IN PCB PROTEST 
FFRRUCCIO FASTS OVER PUMPING 

PCB POOTESTFB CARRIED TO COURT „ ,, 

LEADER OF PCB LANOflLL PROTEST GETS CHECKUP. CO 
tSefT CHARGES DISMISSED IN PCI LANDFILL PROTEST 
FERRUCCIO'S TRIAL CONTINUED 

'""55"AAig2rFI,!ED'!S'ISi0TINC 3F FUGITIVE BY CHARLOTTE OFFICER 

FIDLER. ISAIAH J. DR. IFREDERICK CANCER RESEARCH CENTERI 
•PRIMITIVE CELLS' STUDIED AS -ANCER CURE 

FIELDS. ANThCny 0. 

3»0 MAN mElD in fisher OEATh 

3 FACE CHARGES IN FISHER SLAYING 

FIELDS. BETTY CATHERINE , ,, .^ ^. , 

nJ more single life for this cauPLt 

FIELDS. SARA JULIA lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FIELDS. MILLIAM ICHILO; SON OF B lU AND PA TR I CE 1 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: KITH THE «£ E SET 

FIER. DEBBIE (MuSICIani 
3LENDE0 STYLE 

""'•cSSS^Y'sgn'oaJPNAME 5 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

FILENE. PETER G. OH. (UNC-Cn HISTQJY PROFESSORl 
FOUR GET GRAY PROFESSORSHIPS 
FATHERS' ROLE IS EXPANDING 

'"■^'23aR?l5"?RfN6s -ORRY MDS; NEfO CITED FOR CHRISTIANS TO HELP PREGNANT. 

FILYAH. JOE 

RETIRING Guardsman 

CINrMFH. RICHARD N. ICHARLOTTE NATIvEl 
■' NATIVE OF N.CI LOSES ARM OURIMG SINAI DUTY 

FINE. I. V. lUNIV. OF WISCONSIN AT MAOISONI 
A DAUGHTER INTRODUCES HER DAD 

''''*'''uNC°ASsisTANT PROF GETS FULBRIGMT GRANT 

''""'^rHRErCHlRGED WITH VIOLATING MRE COOES 

FINKNER. ALVA L. OR. IRALEIGHl 
FINKNER RETIRES FROM RTI 

'="""oSrSoi^2i-Gi? lirAll^li SOAPBOXES 

■^'^^fiS^jE'ASfrG'uTILITIES PANEL 

PISCmlER. FREDERICK lOECEASEOI 
CBI Tu*ftY 

'''"'d^O°i"»S^Su^'c%"c°IS?E%AnS PARENTS. CHILDREN 
NEW PROGRAM TO HELP CHILDREN l EARN 
LEARNING CENTER 

FISH. PETER G. 



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H 2 3/2'./83 3 1 N 851 

S 2 3/2<./93 A 12 N 

H I 2/04/83 3 1 N H60 

H I 3/01/P3 6 1 N 

H 2 3/05/83 A 5 N 

H 1 3/05/83 a 1 N 

H 2 3/08/83 8 «. N L30 

H 2 3/10/93 B 1 N L30 

H 1 3/16/83 B 1 N 

H 2 3/24/83 A 12 N L30 

H I 4/14/83 a 1 N 



H 2 10/04/83 A e N 

S 2 3/26/83 A3 N M23 

S 2 6/16/83 C I N 

H 2 6/17/83 3 1 N 

H 2 3/13/83 E 2 P F MSS 

H 2 2/16/83 C 4 

H 2 1/25/83 S I U 

S 2 ll/n/83 13 P » 

H 2 6/a'S/»3 A 15 P N 



H 2 5/2'»/83 C 1 P F 
S 2 6/22/83 A 7 N 



H 2 l/2<>/33 A 9 F A20 

S 2 3/13/93 A 15 P P F70 

H 2 1/19/83 A 10 N 

H 2 6/12/83 12 N L4I 

H 2 6/23/83 A 18 N 

H 2 6/25/83 All N 

S 2 9/22/83 C 1 P N T32 

H 2 9/15/S3 A 4 J 

H 2 4/30/83 A 1 P N 

H 2 3/02/83 All 

H 2 8/09/83 C ' B N 

S 2 8/24/83 C 1 N COS 

H 2 8/24/83 A 10 N 

S 2 8/26/83 A 7 P P K30 



MONThlT/ANNUAL index bV NAMES 

l/Ol/ill - 1^/31/83 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PC L P SYL 

BQIH PARTIES CONMir 'DIRTY TRICKS' H 2 8/05/83 A 5 L 

S i ll/O'./OJ A 4 L 

FISHER. C. DOUGLAS 

DOZEN NEW LAWYERS FACE LIFE H 2 9/11/83 A 9 P F S82 

H 2 12/15/83 A 2 1 N 

FISHER, Phil (GROWN C WILLIAMSON I3BACC0 CO. I 

TOBACCO: CIGARETTE COMPANIES EXPECTED TO GROW H 2 3/10/83 6 <. N 

FISHER, SAMUEL MCBRIOE JR. 

HIP WORKER KILLED IN NEIGHBOR'S DRIVE S 2 2/22/83 A 1 N K90 

GOOD NEIGHaOR: FRIENDS, CO-WOIKERS EXPRESS SORROW ABOUT KILLING... H 2 2/23/83 3 1 N 

OBITUARY H 2 2/23/83 B 6 

INVESTIGATORS LOOK FOR CLUES IN FISHER SHOOTING DEATH S 2 2/23/83 C 1 

SENSELESS KILLING SHOCKING S 2 2/2'./B3 A 4 E 

2 CHARGED IN DEATH OF FISHER S 2 6/15/83 A 1 N L38 
TWO MEN CHARGED IN FISHER MURTER H 2 6/16/83 A 1 N 
3RD MAN HELD IN FISHER DEATH 5 2 6/16/83 C 1 N 

3 FACE CHARGES IN FISHER SLAYING H 2 6/17/83 B 1 N 

FISk, FERRIS DALLAS "POPS" 

•POPS' PASSING DARKENED SEASON H 2 12/11/83 C 1 P U L57 

F I T r H R fl 

doNSTRUCriON TO BEGIN NEXT WE? K ON FEARRINGTON HOMES " S 2 7/28/83 A 1 N T32 

FITCH, RUBY WILLIAMS (OECEASEDl 

OBITUARY H 2 11/18/83 A 12 

FITTS, EARL B. I SILER C UYI 

51LER CITY OFFICIALS RE-ELECTED H 2 11/01/83 A 9 M 

FITTS, HOWARD DR. INCCU DEPT. OF HEALTH EDUCATION! 

6 NAMED TO HEALTH GROUP 5 2 5/13/83 C 1 N 

SERVICE AWARD S 2 10/12/83 C I P P K30 

FITZGERALD, DORIS CHEEVERS (DECEAS^Ol 

OPITUARY H 2 9/15/83 A 15 

OBITUARY H 2 9/16/S3 C 9 

FITZGERALD, RICHARD BURTON IBRICKMAKERI 

WINNERS all; h 2 5/08/93 E 1 P F H'.5 

FITZPATRICK, PHIL 

RAREFIED WRITERS' CLIMATE PERVADES DUKE CAMPUS H 2 5/15/83 D 3 P U H',5 

FITZWILLIAM, JAMES F. , ,., , . 

SOMEONE'S KIDDING H 2 1/31/83 A 5 L 

FLACK, LESTER JUNIOR (UNION MILLSl 

2 BROTHERS CONVICTED OF MUROE! H 2 3/18/83 B 5 N 

BROTHERS GET LIFE TERMS IN DEATH OF aa-YEAR-OLD H 2 3/20/83 A 15 N 

FLACK, KlCHARD LIONEL (UNION MILLSl 

i BROTHERS CONVICTED OF MURDER H 2 3/18/83 B 5 N 

BROTHERS GET LIFE TERMS IN DEATH OF 88-YEAH-OLO H 2 3/20/83 A 15 N 

FLAHERTY, DAV ID ,.,.,„ c . 

SOGER WILL StFK TTP STATE GOP POST H 2 1/05/93 9 5 N 

PROPOSED CHANGE IN DONATIONS LAW BRINGS BICKERING H 2 2/13/93 C 1 N 

STATE CLAIMS FLAHERTY TRIED 13 DEFRAUD N.C. S 2 3/15/83 B 8 P N 

GOP CANDIDATE LOOKING TO ' a", H 2 './0I/83 C 5 N 

GOP CHAIRMAN FINE LEADER H 2 5/06/83 A 4 L 

REPUBLICANS SPLIT OVER LEADERSHIP H 2 5/21/93 A 1 P N 

GOP RE-ELECTS FLAHERTY; DESPITE LOSS, MODERATES CALL FOR UNITY H 2 5/22/83 A I N 

FLAHERTY GOOD FOR COP H 2 5/25/93 A A L 

STATE REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN DENIES SEATS ON ELtCTIUN 9UAR0S TO 2 MEN H 2 5/31/83 A 13 N 

SETTLEMENT REACHED ON REST HO-<E LEASE H 2 7/07/93 A 7 N 

GOP CHAIRMAN BLASTS DECISION 3N VOTE COUNT H 2 10/05/93 B 5 N 

14 REPUBLICANS HELD EYEING STATE OFFICES H 2 10/12/83 A 6 N 

state gop leader encouraged a30ur '34 congressional races h 2 10/18/93 a 3 n 

officials say campaigns to focus on ecqmony h 2 11/10/83 a 9 n 

flaherty calls for debate between hunt and helms h 2 11/11/83 a 12 n 

flaherty charges state employees politicking h 2 12/02/83 a 13 n 

republican raps judges' prese><ce at event for hunt h 2 12/14/83 a 13 n 

n.c. cop leader criticizes huvi t on contributions h 2 12/21/83 a 10 n 

flaher. Earl 

2 men charged in auto theft s 2 5/26/83 c 1 n 

flamont, william (charlottei , , .,„,,o, r <; 

ex-cyclist leader gets prison term s 2 8/04/83 c 5 n 

FLANAY, JACK D. „ , ,,,,/qi . i i 

•GET JESSE' DINNERS " 2 3/31/83 A 4 L 

FLANNERY. TMDMAS A. (FEDERAL JUDGE) , , -, , , ^ / o , . , u 

NEW JUDGE APPOINTED FDR KLAN, NAZI TRIAL S 2 7/15/83 A 2 N 

FLAIOW, BERNARD J. (CHAPEL HILLI , . , , , a/,c/o, . , a x 

CENTRAL AMERICA: LANDS NEED RESPECT, NOT U.S. SAbER RATTLING S 2 8/(5/83 A 4 P J 

FREEDOM IS NOT FREE S 2 y,i,^'"l * ^ ,'■ 

MILITARY DEFENSE IMPERATIVE 5 2 9/05/93 A 4 L 

FLECK, INGRID (GARDEN CITY, S.C.I ^ , ,,,,,,., , , , 

PROGRAM HELPS CANCER PATIENTS " 2 11/24/93 A 5 L 

"■ ''on'the"'mOV£:"dukE CREDiVuNION is now offering first MORTGAGE HOME LOANS H 2 4/17/93 A 20 F L41 

FLEISHMAN, JOEL (DUKE POLICY SCIEn:£S INST. I 0/51/01 , 1 u rn-i 

DUKE TO SEEK »I50 MILLION 5 2 9/23/83 A 1 N C05 

FLESHMAN, JEFFREY ^ , ,/„->/o> c ion 5Sa 

THESE 'FRIENDS' WIND UP AS NEJLYWEDS H 2 4/03/93 E 2 P F 556 

FLETCHER, CHUCK (DUALITY ELECTRIC : 0. I ^ , „/„,/., c o c Mas 

CITY GIRL, COUNTRY BOY FIND LIFE TOGETHER WONDERFUL H 2 a/07/83 E 2 P F M95 

FLETCHER, FELIX ARTHUR ^ , ,.,,„,., . . , 

WHAT DOES NORTHERN VIP KNOW A30UT UNC FOOTBALL? H 2 10/19/83 A 5 L 

FLETCHER, GEORGE (MINERAL SPRINGS ^lOADI ,/,,,<■> . ,^ u 

4 ARRESTED IN THEFT OF PLYWOOT " 2 7/21/83 A 17 N 

FLETCHER, ISABELLE M. (KINSTONl ,n/30/aj r 1 N 

WOMAN ELECTED " 1 10/29/93 C 1 N 

FLETCHER, JAMES OIH» /./ii/a, .90 

QBITUARV " 2 4/11/83 A 9 



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N U A L INDEX 

1/01/8T - 13/31/83 



NAMES 



FLETCHER. JOHN lOURHJK CO. HEALTH "lEPT.] 
•SQUEAL LA," SPARKS DEBATE 
TAINTED WELLS PUSH SEVEN FROM HOMES 
NF« VARIETY JF GONORRHEA RISES SHARPLY 
TEEN-AGE PREGNANCIES CALLED M1J0>< PROBLEM 
HEALTH OFFICIALS HOPE TO CUR8 SPREAD OF DISEASE 
NEK CASES OF VD STRAIN ON DECLINE 
GONORRHEA CASES LINKED TO AREA NEAH BUS STATION 
NEU CASES OF GONORRHEA DECREASING 
COUNTY HEALTH PROGRAMS CUT 



FLETCHER. KIM (GOVERNORS INNI 

COUPLE BELIEVE IN PLAYING. 



AS hEll as working, hard 



FLETCHER. LOUISE lACTRESSI , , 

SPOTLIGHTS AND STARS OUT FOR OPENING IN RALEIGH 

FLETCHER. MOSES (Bahama] 

MEETING OEMANOEO ON BRIDGE AN") ROAD 

FLETCHER. PATRICK (CARRBOROI 

DON'T SELL UNC TEAM SHORT 

FLETCHER, PATRICK (CHAPEL HILLl 

CARTOONIST NOT INFORMED AHOUT FOOTaALL SCHEDULE 
MARKISTS ARE ADEPT AT MANIPULATION 

FLETCHER. RUTH ISO-Hl DRIVE) 

RUTH FLETCHER IS ADDICTED TO 

FLINT, SHELLEY 

THEY DON'T NEED 12-MGNTH JOBS 



ROWING HER FLOWERS 



FLINTaLL. JOHN JR. 

BONDSMAN CHARGED IN PURSUIT 0' 



CL lENT 
(JE CEASED! 



FLINTALL. WILLIAM PROCTOR JR. 
OBITUARY 

FLINTOM, THELMA COTHRAN (DECEASED) 
OBl TUARY 

FLORA. LILLIE HuRNE (OFCEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

FLORENCE. ELI "BUNK" SR. 
OBITUARY 

FLOURNOYj M LV ji ^ FOOTBALL CO«CH YOUNG 

YOUNG TO CONTEST FIRING AS Tir.ERS' FOOTBALL COACH 
FLOURNOY'S SKY TIGERS' NEW LIMIT 
CHAPEL HILL A 'OAVIO PLAYING SOLIATH' 

'''"°''^0u1(e''uNIVERSITY STUOE-^TS play CUPID FOR IHEIR FRIENDS 

FLOWERS. lfSTER LEF REV. 

REV. FLOWERS TO CONDUCT SPECIAL SERVICE 

FLOwERS. RICKY (iO* UMSTEAO ST.) 
MAN ARRESTED IN BURGLARY 

FLOYD. DUNCAN J. (RALEIGH) 

WAKE MAN ACQUITTED OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 

FLOYD, JAMES (MURPHHEE CO.) ,^ ,^„ „„„.c^r 

TEXAS DEVELOPER EYES DURHAM'S CENTER PROJECT 
OFFICIALS ENCOURAGED BY DEvELlPER 
TEXAS FIRM GETS OPTION TO WOR( ON CENTER PLANS 
MURPhREE EAGER TO START 

CENTER TO HARMONIZE WITH SURRTUNDINGS ,„,^„^., 

POWELL. OEVELOPFR WORK ON CIVIC CENTER AGREEMENT 
STORES WOULD BE WELCOME 
DEVELOPER: DELAY LIKELY ON NEW HOTEL 

FLOYD, RAYMOND „„„ 

RAY FLOYD NAMED TOP CAROLINAS PRO 

FLUR. MARC g^i 5 PICKING UP ON '82 SUCCESS 

CLEMSON EDGES DUKE: FLUR WINS SINGLES TITLE 
DEVILS' ESCAPE ARTIST FLUR FAR F,<OM FINISHED 
FLUR SEEKING SINGLES VICTORY 

FLYNN.^PATIJICK^^ PAST NOW.' FLYNN 'AYS OF DISCORD 
FLYNN'S 'NEW' SCHUBERT BEST YET 

FLYNT. LARRY C. (HUSTLER MAGAZINE) 

MAGAZINE MAKES HELMS GO UNLISTED 

FOGELBERG.^OAN^ MELLOW DURING CONCERT 

foloa. jartslav or. 

(jnC board appoints MCENALLY 

FOLEY. THOMAS T. (GREENSBORO) , , 

Two TEEN-AGERS HELD IN SLAYING 

folwell, thomas h. jr. (campbell univ.) 
caiSpbsll names acting business dean 

jazzing up baseball with jane 

FONvIELlE. CLAUDE MCLEAN 
OBITUARY 

""^'fhklE t'!:P'F0"»'c'8uNCIL seats IN CITY ELECTION 

LM^I'olt!Sfl?7lo5 ^sS^^S^W'SJr'k^am and six NEWCOMERS 

ELECT LANIE" FONVIELLE CITY COUNCIL WARD ^ 

SENIOR GROUP ENDORSES C AND I DAT E 5 I N C I TY RACES „,,^„.„ 

"I'M RUNNING FOR CITY COUNCIL BECAUSE I HAVE FAITH IN DURHAM. 

SE''S^?S'L'lN?lS"SNS'!efjE'ijRM^G"l0R US ON CITY COUNCIL. WARD 
BARBS AIMED IN CANDIDATES' FQIUM 

DEVELOPMENT BOOM SEEN , ,„ „ 

BARBS ARE Thrown AT CITY CANDIDATES' FORUM 

WARD ". INCUMBENT UNACCEPTABLE 

<■ GROUPS NEUTRAL IN MAYORAL RACE 

l* SEFUNC POSTS IN DURHAM ra. ES 



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6/a8/83 


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6/22/83 


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6/28/83 


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a/2fi/83 


A 


1 1 


Z 


10/27/93 


A 




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IO/0')/93 


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3 



H 2 10/07/93 B I P N 

5 2 7/25/83 A 1 N K90 

H 2 10/19/83 A 5 L 



H 2 a/17/B3 A 5 
H 2 9/01/83 A 4 



H 2 7/03/83 C <. P U G7a 

H 2 10/21/83 A 4 L 

H 2 6/03/93 B 1 N 4 54 

H 2 10/03/93 B 7 

H 2 3/15/83 Bio 

H 2 10/15/83 B 5 

H 2 2/13/83 A 20 



H 2 1/12/83 CI N C36 

H 2 1/13/83 D 1 N C36 

H 2 9/19/83 C 1 P F C36 

H 2 10/13/83 4 N C36 



H 2 5/15/83 E 2 P F H45 
S 2 4/07/83 C 4 P N 



H 2 



8/30/93 A 12 



H 


2 


1/15/93 





4 N 




H 


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6/29/83 




1 N 


S51 


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10/04/83 




1 N 




H 


7 


10/05/93 








s 


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10/05/83 




1 N 




H 


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11/02/93 




1 N 




s 


7 


11/02/83 




1 N 


K90 


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11/04/83 








S 


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12/19/83 




I N 





H 2 1/27/93 B 3 



H 2 
H 2 



3/27/93 B 
4/18/83 6 
4/21/83 a 
5/18/83 a 



2/19/83 C 1 
2/25/83 D 10 



U 018 
N C52 



F W66 
U S66 



H 2 11/13/83 A 4 N 

H 2 4/22/93 Oil U L30 

S 2 6/24/93 A 1 N 

H 2 11/12/83 A 5 N 

H 1 12/31/83 B 1 N 

H 2 2/26/83 1 P F 

H 2 2/15/83 8 9 



8/20/83 A 

9/20/83 A 

10/25/83 B 

10/26/83 A 

10/29/83 A 

11/02/83 a 

11/02/93 C 

11/04/83 A 

11/04/93 B 

11/04/93 C 

11/04/83 C 

11/05/93 A 

11/05/93 3 

U/06/93 D 





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Y/ANNUAL I'^UCX 

l/'3l/a3 - li/3l793 



S I T 

N f ELY 

P D DATE C PC L P BYL 

vriFRS SaEEo nur five council'<en h 2 ii/oi/nj a i p n <;5i 

ELECTION GIVES .TuPmAH MflPf LHEOAL CITY COUNCIL 5 ? ll/OI/fl! A I J «<!0 

6 NEuCOHEOS ELECTED TO CITY CTUNCIL SEATS S 2 U/09/Bi B 1 P N K90 

COUNCIL LUFLY TO ADOPESS PaC<ETaOOK ISSUES SOON H 2 U/lO/53 A 1 J S5 1 

SPAULOIN& OIJTSPENTS HARKHAM IN 810 TO BE DURHAM'S MAYOR S 2 ll/2<'/»3 A I N C05 

MAYORAL CONTEST TOPPED SPENDING H 2 11/30/P3 C 12 ° N 

COUNCIL TRIMS MAYOR'S POuERS H 2 12/06/93 A I N 551 

EQNVILLE. DAVID 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE HAY THINGS ARfc H 2 "i/QS/RS b 1 n U 

FONVILLE. LYDIA STANLEY IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY , H 2 12/21/83 C II 

FQRBISt JOHN n. (GREENSBOROI 

GREENSBORO -tAYOR CALLS OOCUMEV TA,<Y MISLEADING H 2 1/25/93 A 3 N 

FORBUSt INA (MRS. SAMPLEI 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE MAY THINGS ARE H 2 2/10/83 B 1 U 

OH, NO, FOOTtjALL H 2 10/02/93 D <• L 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE LITERARY SET H 2 U/17/83 3 1 D U 

FORD, BOBBY BURTON (OECEASEDl 

OBITUARY H 2 10/11/83 B 9 

FORD. DANNY 

MOTIVATION NO BOTHER FOR TIGERS H 2 3/2B/B3 6 3 N 

■MORST, POOR' DOT FORD'S VOCAPULARY H 2 9/15/83 D ? P N 591 

BALL POSSESSION TIGER KEY IN (EEPING BENNETT AT BAY H 2 10/12/B3 C 3 N 

FORD, ERNIE ISINGERI 

IN SPITE OF THE CLOUDS, CLASSIC'S STARS SHINE H 2 5/22/B3 A 1 P F Httl 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE HAT THINGS ARE H 2 6/02/83 B 1 n U 

FORD, GERALD R. 

FORMER PRESIDENT, ACTOR TO BE AT CENTER OPENING H 2 <i/l'>/93 B I' '1 

CELEBRITIES ON HAND TO DEDICATE CENTER H 2 <,/23/83 A 15 P N 

U.S. HISTORY SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED A COPYRIGHT H 2 12/03/83 A 4 E 

FORD, LARRY WILTON (CHARLOTTE! , ,,„, 

POLICE SAY TAXI DRIVER KILLED wOULD-BE ROBBER H 2 '1/07/83 A 15 N 

FORD, MICHAEL FRANCIS IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 6/26/83 C 2 

FORD, NICOLA ANDREA IVANCEBOROI 

2-YEAR-OLD GIRL DIES IN HOUSE FIRE S 2 11/15/83 A 2 N 

GIRL KILLED IN HOUSE FIRE H 2 11/16/83 A 9 N 

FOR • PM I L 

MILWAUKEE'S FORI 'HAPPY AND HEALTHY' H 2 1/02/93 B 9 P N 

FORD FINDING HARD TIMES IN NBA S 2 6/30/83 B 1 P U 018 

TAR HEEL BASKETBALL: PAST H 2 9/25/83 B 2 P F M71 



FORD. WENDELL ISENATnRI ——— 

KY. SENATOR CITES ATTACKS ON TOBACCO H 2 8/11/83 C 9 N 

N.C. DEMOCRATS TO HEAR SENATOR H 2 9/16/83 A 10 N 

FOROHAM, CHRISTOPHER C. Ill 

FORDHAM EXPLAINS STAR REMOVAL S 2 1/UB/B3 A 1 4 N 

FORDHAM HADE RIGHT DECISION A30UT STAR S 2 1/10/83 A 4 E 

UNC VICE CHANCELLOR SUSPENDED FOR MONTH H 2 2/01/83 A 1 P N B'.6 

UNC ESTABLISHES PROFESSORSHIP HONORING MASSEY H 2 2/13/83 A 14 P N 

FORDHAM SPEAKER S 2 2/21/83 C I N 

FORDMam: contain private COLLEGE AID H 2 3/19/83 8 I N 

FOROHAM: NEW PROGRAM SHOWS UNC COMMITMENT H 2 6/25/83 B 1 N W24 

QUALITY TEACHERS ARE GOAL OF JNC LYNOHURST PROGRAM H 2 6/26/B3 C 11 N 

UNC STRESSES PUBLIC SCHOOL C03PERAIION S 2 8/29/83 A3 N 

EDUCATORS: LIBERAL EDUCATION VITAL S 2 9/27/83 C 1 N C05 

UNC-CHAPEL HILL SUPPORTS NEW THOROUCHFARt PLAN H 2 10/22/93 C 1 N W36 

UNC PLANS CURRICULUM FOR HIGH-TECH STUDIES S 2 12/31/93 A 1 N CCS 

FOROHAM, REBECCA CROOM (GREENSBOROI , .,,,,., „ , 

OBITUARY H 2 8/21/93 8 2 

FORE, DEBORAH J. (RALEIGHI ^ , ,,,=,= , „ t ., 

KILLINGS NOT BELIEVED RELATED H 2 4/15/83 B 5 N 

WAKE DEPUTIES FIND 3RD BODY AT MCNEIL HOME S 2 4/23/B3 A 1 N 

FOREHAND, JAMES C. IDECEASEOI ^ , ,,,,,., . ^ 

THREE BELOVED CITIZENS " 2 3/22/83 A 4 L 

FOREHAND, ROGER WAYNE , ,„,,„,„, „ , ,. „c , 

HOT CHASE ENDS AS SPORTS CAR'S TIRE BLOWS OUT H 2 10/30/B3 BIN M5 1 

MAN CHARGED AFTER HIGH-SPEED CHASE S 2 10/31/83 A 5 N 

FOREMAN, FRANK J. MR. t. MRS. , , ,„,,^,„, . , 

NO LOCAL MONEY FOR CHURCH COU'iCILS S 2 10/26/83 A 4 L 

FORESTER, TOM EUGENE (ASHEVILLEI ^ , ,,,wo-. . ,, m 

2 MEN SENTENCED FOR KIDNAPPING H 2 3/11/83 All N 

FORLINES, JOHN A. JR. (GRANITE FALLSI , , ,,,.,=, . , c 

FORLINES THf RIGHT CHOICE 5 2 7/18/83 A 4 E 

SCOTT URGES COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO COOPERATE FOR IMPROVEMENT H ? 11/17/83 C 11 N 

FORMY|-_DUVALj^JI-HN^_^ » PLANE— NO' IT'S A ROIARIAN H 2 3/02/fl3 A 9 P P C56 

DURHAM EDUCATOR GOING TO IRELAND H 2 3/24/fl3 A 17 N 

FORMY-DUVAL TO ATTEND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 5 2 4/04/93 B 6 N 

FORNOSt WERNFR 

CONSIDER The SOBERING FACTS ' " ? 12/15/93 A 4 L 



FORREST, AVIS SMITH I WINSTON-SALf Ml 

WOMAN SENTENCED IN NEGLECT DEATH 



3/12/93 



FORREST, EO IJEwELERI „ , ,„,,^,., , , 

STUDENTS BRING COUPLE TOGETHER H 2 10/16/83 E 2 

FORRESTER. TOM .,,,,,„,., c , 

SLATING PLEA BARGAIN REJECTED H 2 12/10/83 b 3 

FORSVTH, TIMMIE IACE 19, GLENN ROAT I , ,,,,,., 

Tw6 CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN H 2 2/22/83 A 8 

TWO TEENS FACE BREAK-IN CHARGES S 2 2/22/83 A 3 

'°'^°"' H 2 4/22/83 A 5 

FORT. EDWARD BERNARD . , ,„, 

ACT STATE owes «1.8 MILLION TD STATE, FEDERAL AGENCIES H 2 U/lO/83 A 1 

FORTE. GEORGE ,.,.,„ , 

DURHAM MAN SHOT IN BACK H 2 4/25/83 6 1 

FORTE. MICHAEL WARREN (RALEIGH) 



LY/AWNUAL INJEJ J* NAMES 

l/Ol/aJ - li/31/93 



FDu9 HOSPITALS TOLD TO ADMIT YOUNG PSOPLc 

FJRTSON, STEVE 

JNC'S FOalSON TO FO«EGO SEASON 

fOaTUNE, DAVIO I30F PBESTON COUSTI 

HEROIN SALE IS ChaKGEO; man jailed 

FORTUNE, kIlBERT 

CRICKET SAVES MAN , ,„ „,„^ 

ENVELORF FILLED JITH SNAKES Tl PEU TO OOQR 
SNAKES. MOUSE FIRE PLAGUE DURHAM -AN 
FIRST SNAKES. THEN A FIRE: MOVING NEXT? 

F0RTUNIEWIC2. maTIhEW IN.Y.I , ,,, ,„ , ^ 
POLICE Si» '"AN HAS TAKING 737 TO N.C. 

FOSCUE.^HENRY^A.^^^^ BOWLES, FOSCUE RECEIVE A,AROS 
3 GET UNC AWARDS 

"""A;ASfN!^E'TiErK!rEb'SS^S''tAR SLIDES INTO HA. RIvER 

^°^'^?LES^b!i iiy!"Hl?^??^^S^I^^fe.t^cf iGAINST OOKE-S 
CLEMSON COACH FINOS A SEDATIVE IN RUNNING 

FOSTER. BILL lUNIV. OF S .C . BASKE TJ ALL COaCh I 
FOSTER ADJUSTING TO LIFE OFF BENCH 
HATHESON Takes job mITH MIAMI 
FOSTER. SUCCESS TRAVELING Sam; ROAO 
VALVANO. PIMM SHARE -FOSTER C]NNcCTIGN' 

FOSTER. CARLTON IHENOERSONI 

HAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

FOSTER. CHARLES (HENDERSON! 
ARREST MAOc 

FOSTER. DESMOND R. (VIRGINIA BEACHl 

nIc. MAN AWAITING TRIAL IN POT SMUGGLING CASE 

FOSTER. JAMES (KELLY ALLEY! 

MAN FACES ".Th charge OF DU I 

FOSTER. KENNETH J. IN.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES! 
JIJVENILE JUSTICE HAS PROGRESSED 

FOUNTAIN. L. H. 

FOUNTAIN GETS TI TLE 

FOUShEE. DORIS (CARRBOROl 

tSree^ilPas cai5dioates in r:wN board elections 
citTzfns^shoulo get involved, candidates say 

if??rSJIh'SRilS"ieS?Hl^E^^F5r2L§5S3^^1o;(iE-aF alderman 

|il?l?"EED^*:SSi§'*ilN'SlY0R5| 'Ani^:%»ll ENDORSED BY ASSOCIATION W.N... 
CARRBORO VOTERS ELECT PORTO MAYOR 

FOUSHEE. GERALO ADRIAN (CHAPEL HILl! 
ASSAULT HEARING IS AUG. 9 

FOUSHEE. L. L. "RS.,, ,, 
NOTHING TO LISTEN TO 

'=°"^"!ll0?'iiTlSiMsEs''fb Vi^E'-OC?:UaN WITH FASHION SHOW 
LASER ART STILL AT TESTING 5T1GE 

THE HOUSE THAT HAD TO MOVE. ..Twice 

FOUSHEE. ROGER 

'33!'f;L^j5jiK'§E!!DEiiV^s'5oiN STATE PROGRAM 
3RD FORK STREAM WATCH FORMS 

FOUSHEEj^vER.^L.^^ FORMAT 

^^"^'iLrHXcrT'ElS-"A!l"SlEs";'*U:iOENT NE.R MEBANE 

F0UT5. DAN (FOOTBALL PLAYER! 

i5fl free agents: JUST HOW FRE- : 

""";;.c°rii^ rs i.imT^nr jooG, by .rmy 

^°""ioit"N'"..K? i,5?'^V^R'S°AicE STUDIO 1WNER 

^^SilN;''B";^°Aj?ESThDIO IN GREENSBORO 

FOWLER. BESSIE tIPPETT (WILLOW SPRING! 
OBITUARY 

FOWLER. BETTY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

FOWLERj B|LLY WAYNF CHARGES AGAINST SHEFFIELD 

PANEL HEARS COMPLAINT AGaINST DURHAM LAWYER 
SHEFFIELD DECISION EXPECTED nfxT WE=K 
LAWYER SuSPENOEO FOR THREE YEARS 
SHEFFIELD PLANS APPEAL 

'°-^sis?ss?i ^^ol'Ic^ ii'ohmt,' 

"""■"wINi-FRl^NESlSriRi down to O^EGS OF POLITICS 

FOWLER. DANNY (1106 WALL ST.! 

XJRHAM MAN SHOT , „ 

MAN SHOT DURING CONFRONTATION „^„,„ 

HEARING GLASS BREAK ALARMS SH] P OWNER 

FQWlER. OQRINA (wake FOREST! „,, . 

SAOT KILLS -INNOCENT BYSTANDER' 

FOWLER. HAZEL HOLT (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

FOWLER. JACK w. JR. ( wl NSTON- SALE M! 









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6 KLiNSKEN, 3 N«ZIS INQICTED 

NINE PLEAD INNOCENT TO FEDERAL CONSPIBACY CHARGES 

fOKLER. BOSS 

GOLF COURSE STAYS GREEN 

FOWLER. TRACY 

GAMECOCKS SIGN FOWLER 

FOWLER. WALLACE EARL IMONROEI 
OBITUARY 

F0». BILL (NCSSM STUDENT FRO" MICH POINTI 

BILL FOX TO PARTICIPATE IN U.S. DEBATE CONTEST 

F0«, RICHARD G. 

DUKE FACULTY MEMBERS OPPOSE FOREIGN POLICY 

FOXHAN. MICHAEL 0. 

IJ.t MILLION OFFERED FOR FORSYTH SCL 

FOJARD, DONALD REV. 

BLACK. WHITE PREACHERS WILL TEAM FOR ThREE-NIGHT REVIVAL 

FRADKOVA. NADIA (LENINGRAD) 

MISS FRADKOVA READY TO DIE FOa FREEDOM 

FRANCE. ERIK ICEDAR GROVE I 

STATE NEEDS LEVEL-hEaDED SENA! OR 

U.S. INVOLVEMENT -MORE IDIOTIC THAN PATRIOTIC" 

FRANCIS. LOUISE BROWN (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FRANCIS. STEPHEN GREGORY (UNG-G STJOENTI 
ATTEMPTED EXTORTION CHARGED 

FRANCK. LAVINA M. lUNC-GI 

GREENSBORO STUDENTS LEARN ART OF TEXTILE CONSERVATION FROM EXPEPT 

FRANCKE, LOUISE lARTISTI 

SOLOS SHOWING NEW DIRECTIONS 

FRANCUM. RHONDA "CRICKET" (M0RGANT3NI 

WOMAN WANTS EYE TREATMENTS IN MOSCOW 

FRANKENSTEIN. ARTHUR 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

FRANKENTHALER. HELEN 

1950S ART. MUSIC DUKE TOPICS 

FRANKLIN. JOHN HOPE 

DUKE HISTORY PROF GIVES ACADEMY LECTURE 

DUKE PROF GETS AWARD FOR HELP IN RACE RELATIONS — 

FRANKLIN. R. S. 

COSTLY LITTLE CHATS 

FRANKLIN. ROGER WAYNE (WAKE FORESTI 

3 MEN FACE DRUG CHARGES 

FRANKLIN. SAMUEL T. (HENDERSONI 

VANCE COUNTY COUPLE HONORED AS YOUrjG FARM FAMILY OF YEAR 

FRANKLIN. SARAH CRABTREE (RICHMOND. VA.I 
OBITUARY 

FRANKS. JOHN BRITT (CARVI 

4 N.C. MEN KILLED IN WRECK 

FRANS. JANNY 

MONEY IS SOUGHT FOR OUKE SURGERY ON POLISH CHILD 
FOR POLISH flOY. WAIT WAS WORTH IT 

FRANZ, WILLIAM (PHILADELPHIA! 

GOVERNMENT HIDES CHILDREN FROH FATHER 

ERASER. DONALD STUART (DUNN-ROWAN I NC . I 

FRASER. MCDONALD COUPLE JOINED IN TRADITIONAL SCOTTISH CEREMONY 

FRASER. Thomas bishop 

REV. FRASER JOINS OUKE'S CHAPLAINS 

FRASIER. ELIZABETH 

WOMEN'S CLUB SPONSORS A "SELF' WORKSHOP 
HUMAN RELATIONS AWARDS 
EFFORTS MERIT THANKS 

FRAYLON. GERALD 

FRAYLON POLI SHES HIS ACT 
FRAYLON. 3 EAGLES HONORED 

FRA2ER, KEENER C. OR. lOECEASEDl 

SERVICE FOR FRAZER TU BE HELD TOOAY 
FRAZER SERVICES ARE TODAY 

FRAIIER. CLAUDE OR. (ASHEVlLLEI 

SLUE LIGHTS SOMETIMES SIGNAL DANGER 

FRAZIER. DON REV. (ROCK HILL. S.C.I 

FBI INVESTIGATION OF DIPLOMA MILLS STIRS CONTROVERSY AT S.C. CHURCH 

FRAZIER. GEORGE u. 

FRAZIFR IN NAACP TALKS IN U.S. CAPITAL 
FRAZIER GETS GLENN COMMITTEE POSITION 
GROUPS TO PROTEST FRAZIER FIRING 
NAACP HEAD FIRED AT AMERICAN 
GROUPS PROTEST FIRING OF BCAC< LEADER 
FRAZIER BACKERS PROTESTING F H I NG 

FRAZIER, R. CARL (DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL) 
DIVINITY SCHOOL: NO DEEP DIVISIONS 

FREDERICK, EVERETT E. 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

FREDERICKS, PAT (CHAPEL HILL) 
WATCH THE DOMINOES FALL 

FREDETTE. CAROL (SINGER) 

CAROL FREDETTE KNOWS HOW TO HANDLE A SONG 
A CONTRAST OF CAROLS AT KINGS CLUB 

FREELAND. DONNA (HILLSBOROUGH) 



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MONTMLY/ANNUAL 



NAMES 



VINTAGE FASH[Oh IS HER PASSION 

FREELANO, JAMES 

ORANGE euILOEB SEEKS LINE 

FREELAND. LILLIAN C. I H I LL SbOROUGM) 
OBITUARY 

FftEELANO, LOBI JAmFS ( h I L L SaOROuGM! 

LQRI FREELANO: HILLS6QR0UGM RrSIOENTS WANT TO SHQU THEY REMEMBER HER 
FORMER TEEN COLUMNIST WINS AMARD 

FREEMAN, DAVID LEE HARRIS ILOUISflURGI 
2 YOUTHS CHARGED IN FRANKLIN 

FREEMAN, DOBSON WASHINGTON 
OBITUARY 

FREEMAN, DOROTHY MAGDALENE ( H I LL SBO ROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

FREEMAN, FRANK (CARRHOROI 

FLOATING ON A •CLOUD* IN CARR'ORO 

NO SHARKS ENCOUNTERED IN FIRST TANK FLOAT 

FREEMAN, FRANKLIN E, JR. ^„, 

DURHAM EXCEEDS WAKE IN APPOINTING LAWYERS 

FREEMAN, J. A. (ALAMANCE CO.l ,, , 

FREEMAN NAMED TO FILL ALAMANC? BOARD SEAI 

FREEMAN, JOHN ALBERT DR. IDECEASEOI 

OR. FREEMAN, PROFESSOR AT CAMPBELL 

OR. FREEMAN SERVICES SCHEDULEO TOMORROW 

^"^^''sTATE°MOn'iTORING RABIES lNCRE\iE IN WILDLIFE SPECIES 

FREEMAN, JOHN FRANKLIN III , , ^ 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED IN GamblMG CASE 
MAN CHARGED wITH GAMBLING 
MAN IS SENTENCED ON GAMBLING :OUNT 

FREEMAN, KATHERINE (METHODIST RETKEMENT hOMEI 
GRANOMOM RECEIVES TOUR 
OBITUARY 

^^ "new trial ordered for man CONVICTED OF KILLING MOTHER 

^''^^"onlsflY; LINCOLN CENTER'S CLINIC FOCUSES ON EATING LESS, SPENDING LESS 

FREEMAN, RONALD CLAY 

DURHAM MAN IS CHAPG'iD 

MAN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED ARMED ROflSERY 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM LAWRENCE REV. (DEZEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

FREEMAN, WILLIE M. 

AREN'T VITAL RECORDS VITAL? 

FREEMMARK, MIKE 

CHANGE POLICY ON TITLES 

FRELINGER, JEFFREY A. DR. (UNC-CH '.CHOOL OF MEDICINEI 

fwO^PROFESSORs'^APPOINTED TO FACULTY AT UNC-CHAPEL HiLL 

FRENCH, Christina (Chapel hilli 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

FRENCH, NATHANIEL (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

FRENCH, RICHARD L. (MEBANE TOWN MANAGER! 
MF6ANE MANAGER HIRED 

FRENDLICK, PATRICIA MARY (NEW JERS^YI 
SUIT AGAINST STORE DISMISSED 

'''""?f?T?5o5S''MrN'jHj;jlD WITH ATTACKING WOMAN 

FREUD, SUMUND^^^ SAYS FREUO WAS D>EAMING 
OCEANIC FEELING FOR ADULTS ONLY 
GOD NOT FASHIONABLE TODAY 
THANKS FOR REMINDER THAI SOUL CAN SOAR 

FRET, MICHAEL 

•NO' TO LONGER SCHOOL YEAR 

"'^"SilMlJSSSpOSURE CAN HARM KIDNEYS, LUNGS 

FRICK, JERRY JUNIOR II (SALISBURYI 
60Y HELD IN MOM'S DEATH 

'''""■"jUOGe'"uNAMUSEO WHEN TEEN-AGER TELLS HIM OFF 

FRICK, PAULINE WATKINS (SALISBURYI 
SOY HELD IN MOM'S DEATH 

FRIDAY, IDA (MRS. WILLIAM C. FRIOAfl 
FRIDAYS LEAD DANCE DRIVE 
HONOREES EXAMINE EXHIBIT 

"'°*PJILLIPS'SAYS HF WILL PURSUE INCREASE IN STATE SALES TAX 
FR DiY: UNC SYSTEM ATTRACTING MOI^E STIJOENTS 
FRIDAY TO PICK NCCU CHANCELLOR WITH CARE 
FRIDAY: BUDGET CUTS TO BE DEVASTATING 
OUT-OF-STATE TUITION HIKES OPPOScD 

Salker named interim chancelltr of NCCy 

HUNT GETS 'ROADMAP" FOR FUTURr OF STATE 
FRIDAYS LEAD OANCE DRIVE ,.,,,,„ 

INTERIM CHANCELLOR fICK CR T CUED 
MUCH SAID LEARNED IN RECRUITING FIRM 
UNCPllLICY SUGGESTED ON PICK IMG CHANCELLORS 
FRIDAY- TRUSTEES 00 CONSTRUCTIVE WORK 

"cSEiEGREclTION REPORTS S' U ' ' ^ ACCUR AT E • BY FRIDAY 
FRIDAY WILL CONSIDER 2-YEAR TERM FOR WALKER 















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FRlOiV B«PS UEGlSLAruHE ON MU'SING "iCHOOL VOTE 

UNC OfflCIALS SAY LAH COULD UfAKEN SYSTEM 

UNC RECORDS CLOSED ON CONSULTING WORK 

UNC SYSTEM HAS ENROLLMENT HIK^ GOAL OF 2.5» 

FRIDAY REOuESTS REVIEW OF OUTSIDE FACULTY nORK 

FRIDAY: RECORDS NOT WILFULLY ^ITMMELO 

HUNT NAMES COMMISSION ON EDUCATION 

10 FROM DURHAM AREA PICKED F 0' EDUCATION STUDY GROUR 

FRIDAY: UNC LEADS IN DESEGREGATION 

UNC PTLICY ON CONSULTING TO GET REVltW 

FRIDAY REPORTS SOME GRANTS AT ACT STILL BEING OVERSPENT 

MINORITY ENROLLMENT UP IN UNC SYSTEM 

FRIDAY RECALLS KENNEDY VISIT 

FRIDAY eiG DAY FOR PRESIDENT :RIDAY 

CHRISTMAS IN CHAPEL HILL 

FRIDAY. WILLIAM C.t SALARY 

FRIDAY LEADS BY EXAMPLE IN PARING HIS OWN «AISE 

FRIOOVICH, IRWIN DR. 

DUKE TEST MIGHT BE LINK TO LONGER LIFE 

DUKE TESTS: OXYGEN MAY CAUSE AGING DETERIORATION 

FRIEDENBERG, LISA ( UNC- ASHE VI LL E I 

GROUP WANTS DEVICE TO BLOCK IV COMMERCIALS FROM CHILDREN 

FRIEOLi NICHOLAS ICHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

FRIEDMAN* HENRY DR. 

NEW DRUG MAY AID TUMOR TREATMENT 

FRIEDMAN. JEAN lUNIV. OF GA. HISTORY PROFESSORI 

SCARLETT O'HARA A MYTH. SAYS HISTORY PROFESSOR 
SOUTHERN WOMEN HURT BY STEREOTYPE. AUTHOR SAYS 

FRIEDMAN. JOHN RABBI IJUOEA REFORM CONCREG A T I ON I 

HOLOCAUST; JEWS. CHRISTIANS U>IITE IN DAY OF REMEMBRANCE 

FRIEDMAN. NANCY OR. I DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTFRI 
MOTHER'S NUTRITION LINKED TO :hILD"S GROWTH 

FRIENDLY. FRED 

JOURNALISTIC DUE PROCESS IS CONCERN 
PRESS GETS FRIENDLY ADVICE 

FRONCZAK. NANCY 

NEW YORK COUPLE TELL HOW THEIR FUTURE TOGETHER WAS UP IN TmF AIR 



(GENERAL MOTDRSI 



FROSCH, ROBERT A. OR. 
SCIENCE TALK SET 

FR0IHINGM4M. PHYLLIS S. 

PORT NOT GODFORSAKEN 

FROYEN. LINDA IN.C. PARENT I. CIIUEN TEST REVIEW COMM.I 
GROUP TO LOOK AT TESTS 
GOAL IS TEST AWARENESS 

FRUCHTMAN. LILLIAN MOLLYE GOLDBERG 
OBITUARY 

FRYEi HENRY (N.C. SUPREME COURT! 

HUNT NAMES 1ST BLACK TO N.C, SUPREME COURT 

GOVERNOR TO APPOINT FRYE TO STATE SUPREME COURT 

THE NEWS SAID BFCTONi FRYE'S SON KNEW OTHERWISE 

FRYE A FINE CHOICE 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SWORN IN 

N.C. COURT JUSTICE SPEAKER AT NCCU 

FRYE. HENRY F. JR. (OURHAM PROBATHN OFFICERI 

THE NEWS SAID 6ECT0N; FRYE'S SON KNEw OTHERWISE 

FRYE. RORERT EARL 

DURHAM LAW OFFICERS BEGIN ROU>IDUP IN BIG DRUG BUST 
20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SWEEP 

FRYE. Thomas ( STA TESVILLE I 
Two INJURED 
2 STATESVILLE MEN HURT IN DURHAM ACCIDENT 

FUCARO. ATHQL (PLAYWRIGHT! 

MARY TYLER MOORE TO VISIT DUKE 
PLAYWRIGHT FORUM SET 
PLAYWRIGHT SPEAKS HERE 
•MASTER HAROLD' COMPELLING 

FUGELSD. JOHN (DURHAM TECHNICAL INSTUTITEI 

STUDENTS LEARN TO PRESERVE TH? PAST AT STAGVILLE CENTER 

FULBRIGhT. J. WILLIAM (FORMER SENATOR! 

FULBRIGHT: DIMINISH SOVIET-U.S. TENSION 
ANTI-SOVIET RHETORIC OVERDONE 

FULCHER, MALCOLM (REP.! 

ANTI-SLAVERY BILL EMOTIONAL ISSUE FOR GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FULCHER. MICHAEL TRACY (CARRBORO! 

MAN CHARGED WITH LEAVING SCENE 
CARRBORO MAN FACES 2 CHARGES 

FULKERSON, WILLIAM J. JR. OR. 

". APPOINTMENTS. ONE PROMOTION MADE AT DUKE 

FULLER. BUCKMINSTcR 

FULLER SAYS EARTH HAS PLENTY If RESOURCES 
A 'FULLER' UNDERSTANDING 
A FUTURIST WHO OPENED DOORS 
ANOTHER YEAR NOTED... 

FULLER. CHARLES RANDALL "RANDY" 

COUPLE SHARE BOTH FUN. RESPONSIBILITIES 

FULLER, GEORGE T. (DAVIDSON CO. JUDGE! 
TWO LAWYERS DISCIPLINED 

FULLER. JULIE ALLISON 

COUPLE SHARE BOTH FUN. RESPONSIBILITIES 

FULLER. NATE 

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ATTITUDE HAKES FULLER COVEK BIT S 2 S/S'/SS 9 4 P F F25 

FULLEB EECOHES TERPS' FAM H 3 11/0/93 C I F 591 

AFTER LOSING 3 STRAIGHT. FULLtR SATS UNC ShOULO STAY HOXE H 2 U/15/83 C 6 P N C52 

FULTrN, JULIAN HCNEIL (DECEASEOI , „,„„,„, , ,, 

OBITUARY H 2 9/08/83 C 13 □ 

FULTON. "aThERINE IN.C. INOEPENOENTl , ,., „ c 

STATE TABLOID BEING ISSUED H 2 <./16/83 S 5 N 

FUNDERBURn. LEROY ,,„,,„, r ,, 

MAN FREED OF OUI CHARGE HAY HAVE TO RETURN TO JAIL S 2 2/02/93 CI". N 

HUNT AIDE SAYS MAN RELEASED no SOON FrtOM TERM FOR OU I H 2 2/06/83 C 3 N 

MAN HEADED TO COURT AGAIN ON lUI CHARGE H 2 2/10/83 C 6 N 

MAN ORDERED BACK TO JAIL H 2 2/15/93 A 8 N 

" ''*FuauA BUILDING'S OEDICATION FRIDAY H 2 <./17/e3 A <• Jj 

Fuau* SCHOOL OF BUSINESS TO B! DEDICATED TOMORROk S 2 "./M/BJ A ' •" ^ 

FUOU* .iILL DELIVER ADDRESS AT DEDICATION CEREMONIES H 2 <./22/83 B 5 N 

RECOGNIZE CHANGE. FUOUA SAYS » 2 MU'^SI ? ! S S kii 

DEDICATION CEREMONY 5 2 './23/93 A 2 P P S76 

FUOUAY. R096RT t/5n/aj o 1 M 

RESCUERS TO BF SALUTED . H 2 J/20/83 B ^ 'i 

LIFESAVERS SALUTED " 2 6/22/83 A 8 P P 576 

FuRMAN. JEANNE JEANETTE ICHAPEL H IL L I ■./.i/oi r- . 3 n 

OBITUARY H 2 6/23/93 C 12 

""'^"^IN^ReIIe^FINES. not auto INSURANCE BATES H 2 11/30/83 A «, L 

"^USSLER.^HEB-AN^H.^DR.^^^ 20-YEAR IISSION USGEO 5 2 10/12/83 A } " J 956 

ASTRONAUT RETURNS FOR SHOW AN5 TELL H 2 10/13/83 A IN H90 

SPECIAL STUDY IS URGED OF UNC S FUTURE ROLE H 3 10/13/83 B 1 P N 

FUTRELL.^ANME^ CHAPEL HILL NIGHT HAS 9IG TURNOUT H 2 6/21/93 A 12 P N 

''"'"MERIT"IlSes''ANS-ER TO LOW TEACHER »AY H 2 7/03/83 D ". E 

FUTTRELLi ANNIE I H I LL HA VEN-OH ANGE NURSING CENTERl ./,«/Bl » ft F 

SHE MAS FRIENDSHIP TO GIVE " 2 './25/fl3 A 6 " F 

GABRIEL. MARA r BURROUGHS-rt ELL COME I ^ , ,/,woi r 1 n m?3 

NeI DRUG MAY HELP CONTROL HERPES V[BuS S 2 3/11/83 CI N M2 3 

"""'lIbSIb? seeking »1.9 million -iEXT YEAR 5 2 J/"/" « [ ;- «" 

MORE USE IS SOUGHT FOB LIBRARY | 2 Kll^li ? J m jl6 

library MAnIS books RETURNED = 2 11/30/83 L 1 N J30 

GADDY. BOBBY MICKEY IBURLINGTONI in/><./»» 1 7 N 

GUARD KILLS PRISONER IN ESCAPE AITE-PT S 2 fO^^'^" J f p ^ 

INMATE KILLED -HILE TRYING TO ESCAPE ,^ ^ ^ " IS/II/S? S n 

GUARDS ACTED PROPERLY IN SHOOTING. SIAIE SAYS " 1 10/27/63 B I N 

"""'JBITuiR?""^" " 2 2/17/83 A 21 

GAGE. STEVEN (FAMILY COUNSELING SElvlCEl »/-.o/«3 a a p n 

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATOR TAKES PATERNITY LEAVE H 2 |/30/83 A » » N 

SELF-AWARENESS IS KEY IN REDUCING JOB STRESS 5 2 9/05/83 A3 N T32 

GaILLARO. MELISSA , A/in/R3 A 4 L 

HEED NEH CHlLO-flESIRAINT LAW " ^ S/IU/OJ A - L 

GAILLARO. THAOOEUS BRAWLEY (DECEASEOI l3/;s/m r ? n 

OBITu'arJ'-'-""' ^"5"*"^"" tJ 2 12/29/b1 C I 3 

GAINES. CLARENCE "BIG HOUSE" , ,,/,«/,>, n 3 N 

•BIGHOUSE" GAINES NEARS 700TH WIN " 2 ! /It/al B 3 P N 

GAINES GAINS 700TH VICTORY " 2 11/26/83 B ) P N 

'^"""fllTiliRY""'-^'' "^°°''" IOEt"5EOI „ 3 11/02/83 A 11 

GALIFIA(JAK1S, NICK j 6/10/83 B 1 U 

WITH THE LEGAL 5t( ,, _, u 5 in/11/^3 n 1 n (J 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE " 2 10/11/53 U I u U 

GALILEI. GALILEO „ , 1/09/83 A 4 E 

CELEBRATED STARGA2ER " 2 l/J8/(!3 

"'■'-•oOCTORrAT^OUKE USE INTERFERON TO TREAT WARTS H 2 7/26/83 A 8 N 

"'•'-'S'llGiNn-S FOELIN OUT -6 WEE<S KH^/lvisB 9 NM7I 

EI-BULLS" MANAGER UNEMPLOYED AGAIN " 2 ll/2r/B3 a 1 

GALLAGHER. FRANCIS (CABRBOROI „ , 5/21/93 a 13 

OBITUARY " ' ->ini-ii 

GALLAGHER. JOHN P- ^ ,, c 3 12/30/83 C I F 

COMPUTERS LINK STUDENTS ' '■ ^'"^"" 

GALLAGHER. PATRICK REV. (CHAPEL H IL L 1 ,, , 9/30/83 A 4 E 

DEVOUT MAN WITH -GE T-UP- • N '-GO • " 2 9/30/B3 

GALLAGHER. THOMAS PATRICK (MARINE STAFF SGT.) , \nf\f,/»\ A 1 4 N 

C0UP(;E CHARGED WITH KILLING WIFE'S FORMER HUSBAND H 2 10/16/93 A 1 <, N 

GALLANT. KAREN L. (CHARLOTTE) „ , 1/35/93 A 5 L 

RUNOFF SYSTEM OUTMODED " 2 2/21/03 

GALLIE. THOMAS M. OR. lOUKE COMPUTER SCIENCE OEPT.) ii/nk/m rt 1? F 

IF THE COMPUTER BEFUDDLES YOU. LEAVE IT ALONE " | ! H9S;II ? '| p 

CONSUMERS TO GET COMPUTER AO 3LITZ 5 2 11/09/83 L •< •■ 

GALLIS. HABRY DR. m 3 <:/3*,/Bi a in N 

15 PROMOTED AT DUKE MEOICAL CENTER " 2 5/26/83 A 10 N 

GALLO. KENNETH MARK (BEAR CREEK, N.C.I . ^/m/ai B 1 N 

MARIJUANA IS SEI2ED IN CHATHAM H 1 6/0^/83 B 1 

GALLOWAY, CAROL M, ^ , 1/30/83 D 5 L 

AOvIcE TO JOURNALISTS " ' 1/30/B3 U 

GALLOWAY. JIMMY (BBUNSWICK CO. I , 5/13/03 B 6 N 

9 MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO DRUG Charges " 2 5/13/03 nan 

Galloway, karen B. (juDGEI 



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«6*0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL iNJfX liY NAMES 

1/01/d) - li/31/ai 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PC L P flYL 

Chapel hill baptists iark 'Freeoom day* h 2 i/oi/nj a & n 

JUOCE CALLOKAY IN HOSPITAL H 2 l/0'./R3 B 12 N 

GALLOWAY IN HOSPITAL S 2 l/O'i/93 C 7 N 

JUDGE GALLOMAY IS BACK IN COU? T H 2 1/20/83 C 6 N 

TRAFFIC VIOLATION PENALTY NOT COURTED BUT HAS FINE H 2 4/02/83 A I N 651 

BOOS TO THE JUDGE H 2 './17/83 <. L 

MONTGONFRY WARD FILES SUIT AGS INST JUDGE GALLOWAY H 2 6/22/83 A 1 N 

PROBATION PROGRAM LEADS LAWBREAKERS TO OIPLOHAS H 2 8/10/13 B 1 P F S32 

PROBATIONARY PROGRAM SHOULD BE STATE MODEL H 2 8/16/83 A <, P E 

SUIT AGAINST JUDGE DROPPED BY STORE H 2 9/0'?/83 B 1 N 

JUDGE TAKFS MEDICAL LEAVE H 2 <)/23/83 3 1 N 

GALLOWAY ON LEAVE S 2 9/23/83 C 1 N 

IN RENO, JUDGE BONES UP ON LH H 2 12/31/83 B 1 P N S82 

GALLOWAY, RONALD (BRUNSWICK CO. I 

9 MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO DRUG CHARGES H 2 5/13/83 B 6 N 

GtNBLE, MAXINE 

TELEVISIONS STOLEN S 2 3/10/83 A 5 N 

GAHBGA, LCINNIE (FLORIOAI 

SLAYING PLEA BARGAIN REJECTED H 2 12/10/83 B 3 N 

GANOHt. MAHATMA 

GANDHI ARTICLE MISLEADING I S 2 5/13/83 A <. L 

GANNON. TERRY ( NC SU BASKETBALLI 

STATE'S SHOOTER S 2 2/23/83 D 1 P U 018 

GANNON'S 23 SPARK STATE IN RUNAWAY H 2 12/03/83 B 2 P N 071 

LONG RANGE SHORT RANGE FOR CAVNON H 2 12/20/83 B 2 P N M71 

GANT, ROLAND PFC. (CAMP LEJEUNEI 

HIGHWAY SHOOTING SPREE LEAVES 2 MEN WOUNDED H 2 10/25/83 A 9 N 

GANTT, HARVEY ICMARLOTTEI 

VOTER TURNOUT MAJOR FACTOR IN MAYORAL RACE 5 2 ll/0<./e3 C 5 N 

TURNOUT SEEN CRUCIAL IN CHARLOTTE ELECTION H 2 11/05/83 8 6 P F 

VOTERS IN CHARLOTTE ELECT CITY'S FIRST BLACK MAYOR H 2 11/09/83 A 9 N 

GANTT WINS IN CHARLOTTE S 2 11/09/83 A 7 P N 

GANTT: DETERMINATION WAS KEY TO VICTORY H 2 11/26/83 A 15 F 

GANTT SAYS HIS ELECTION HELPS BLACK CANDIDATES S 2 11/28/83 C 6 P J 

GANTT SWORN IN S 2 12/06/83 C ". N 

GARBUTT, JOHN T. OR. 

DOCTOR SAYS BLAND DIET IS NOT GOOD FOR ULCERS H 2 2/24/83 All N 

MORE WOMEN GET ULCERS S 2 3/02/83 C 1 N F30 

GARDINER. CINDY 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WITH THE WEE SET H 2 10/22/83 C I U 

GARDINER. HENRY (HANK) 

THE RUSH IS ON: BOOK EXCHANGE BUSTLES AS SEMESTER BEGINS H 2 1/12/83 B 1 P N W24 

GARDNER. ANNIE MOORE IDECEASSDI 

OBITUARY H 2 11/27/83 C 2 

GARDNER. AVA 

THE LITERARY LANTERN S 2 3/28/83 A 3 U 

TAR HEEL BEAUTY TOOK CIRCUITOUS ROUTE TO FAME IN MOVIE INDUSTRY H 2 6/05/83 D 3 P R 

AVA PLAYS AGRIPPINA H 2 12/15/83 A 22 P P 

GARDNER. BROOKE 1ME6ANE MAYORI 

GARDNER NEW MEBANE MAYOR H 2 11/09/83 A 9 N 

MEBANE MAYORAL ELECTION HEARING SET FOR DEC. 28 H I 12/IJ/83 B 1 N H60 

GARDNER. CHESTER LEE lOECEASEOl 

OBITUARY H 2 U/12/83 A 13 

GARDNER. GEORGE 

ACLU LEADER SAYS RULING MAY H? AN MORE EXECUTIONS H 2 7/11/83 B 1 N 

GARDNER, JOHN S. ILEXINGTONI 

MAN IS INDICTED IN TWO SLAYINOS H 2 7/07/83 4 18 N 

HAN CONVICTED OF TWO SLAYINGS H 2 9/23/83 A 3 N 

CONDEMNED N.C. MAN TO GET CHOICE OF EXECUTION H 2 9/2'./a3 B 5 N 

GARDNER, PATTie LAMM (CHAPEL HILLI 

OBITUARY H 2 11/03/83 A 15 

GARLAND, JUDY (ACTRESS) 

•A STAR IS RORN' FEATURES NEWLY DISCOVERED FOOTAGE S 2 12/01/83 D 3 P F A15 

GARLINGTON, AUBREY S. OR. (UNC-GI 

BEETHOVEN'S NINTH LECTURE AT DUKE S 2 3/17/83 D 12 N 

GARHON, ROBERT B. MR, AND MRS. 

FIREMEN BURN DOWN HOUSE LIKE »ROS H 2 11/01/83 A 5 L 

GARN. JAKE (SENATORI 

SENATOR. CONGRESSMAN SLATED FDR ITT CONFERENCE AT DUKE S 2 2/19/83 A 3 N 

SOCIAL SECURITY PLAN CALLED 'SHORT-TERM FIX' S 2 3/02/83 A 1 N S33 

senator: congress HANDLES ECONOMY PIECEMEAL S 2 3/02/83 CI N 583 

GARNER. SANDRA 

newspapers can be a VALUABLE TEACHING TOOL H 2 3/06/83 5 U H55 

GARNER. WALTER J. 

TRACTOR TRAILER OVERTURNS S 2 <./21/93 C 1 P P T37 

GARNER, WILLIAM E. (VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARSI 

GARNER WILL PRESIDE AT VFW CONVENTION H 2 6/03/83 B 4 P N 

GARNER, WILLIE LEE 

PAIR RESCUES ACCIDENT VICTIM H 2 4/24/83 C 1 P N 

MAN DRAGGED FROM BURNING CAR S 2 4/25/83 A 5 N 

OBITUARY H 2 12/14/83 B 10 

GARRARO, JOHN C. (HILLSBOROUGH) 

OBITUARY H 2 8/11/83 A 23 

GARRARD, ROY ALTON IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 10/13/83 B 9 

GARREN, PHILLIP IDEPT. OF ENERGY) 

N.C. SITES STUDIED FOR NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL H 2 6/29/83 A 6 N 

GARRETT. CHRISTOPHER MARK (BURLINGTON! 

GRAHAM MAN SURRENDERS TO AUTH3RITIE5 H 2 4/20/83 A 14 N 

GARRETT, LEWIS AND RUTH 

RELIEF: LEWIS GARRETT HELPS FLOOD-RAVAGED CAJUNS H 2 1/06/83 B 1 P F BBl 

GARRETT, NATHAN 

PARK HELPS MINORITY FIRMS S 2 10/04/83 C 1 P N T32 

GARRETT, NATHANIEL "GIG" (DECEASED) 



MQHIHLY/ANNUAU INDEX UY N«Hgs 



GARRETT, WANOA , , ,, 

CITY BDARD OK'5 PAY SUPPLEMfNIS 
TEACHERS HAPPY HITh salary SUPPLENENT PLAN 

■^""^iNEE-SeNolNr, -ACHINE SPEEDS SJRGERY PATIENTS' RECOVERY 

GARRISi 'ARY PUROUE (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GARRIS, R6MBERI , „ 

Y FITNESS CENTER FILLS UP . ctmccc rciuTCP 

GARRIS RETIRING FRO>* YMCA AS tHlE' OF FIIMESS CENTER 

GARRISS, EFflE MOORE lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

""""^OR^'fi^iNG^BiCKS TE.CHER-S PIGHT FOR JOB 

UNC TEACHER LOSES ROUND IN BATTLE TO BE REHIRED 
PROFESSOR AT UNC LOSES APPOINTMENT 
UNC BOARD DENIES PROFESSOR'S APRcAL 
HELMS' REMARKS ARE 'POPPYCOCK' PROFESSOR SAYS 
HELMS' CHARGES SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED .,,,„„. 

KING WAS HAWOY PLAY'iOY, BUT L1Y4L AMER I CAN-- AUTHOR 
SEN. HELMS URGES PROPER HEARI>IG ON KING HOLIDAY 
UNC PROFESSOR GETS GRANT 

''''•oU]l\.nTu'.''Toir^i'.'iii I. ORO-NINGS 

"""mO^Ke%"I''2ilk said SUPERIOR 

GASKINS, ROBERT "HOAGY" HQGAN III IDECEASEOI 
OBl TUARY 

^'^''Sl'syiN^ri^-H^^AS'SltErit'MUT PANEL 

""°?!8igSLl?s'?&E:'e:s?&il^"»fiiMALS ON SILENT PRO-L 

GATESi DAYTON IROUGEMQNTI 

HUNT HANTS 5t PAY HIKE 

GATES. DEXTER (ROUGEMONTI 

HAN ARRESTED IN SHOOTING 

GATES* DOROTHY RAGAN , ,_^ ,.rL 

!lA ACCEPTS PLEA BARGAIN IN SLAYING CASE 
MOMAN GETS 3 YEARS IN SHOO TI N", OE A TH 
BRANTLEY GETS J YEARS IN SHOOTING 

GATES. LENA FAUCEITE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GATES. ROSALIE PRINCE IROXBOROI 
IN A CLASS BY HERSELF 

GAIEMOODj MAUO^ TREATMENT FOR MODERNISTS' STYLES 
STORIES. PLACE ARE ARTIST'S MARKS 

GAILING. EMMA (lEACHERI , ^_ 

USE OF CONCRETE EXAMPLES URGEO 

GATIIS. ANNIE JOHNSON lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GATTIS. EMMA PRinE (BAHAMA) 
OBITUARY 

^''^'RUOENESs"Na RIGHT FOR PUBLIC SERVANTS 

GATIIS. JOSEPHINE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GATTIS. ONNIE PEARL lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GATIIS. RICHARD B. 
OBITUARY 

"''1vd*sIglo5ih'^o:?"Tlff iEATS ^ AS THREE FILE 
GATES' CANOIOACY QUESTIONED' 
UATER ISSUES CONCERN HOPEFULS 
?SI^??L^ir?E?fo'SlS'it5oT?'^;i;C^I?''^LOYD. JOHNSON. STEVENS ELECTED. 

"^"dY^?Tf??BRi^Y'si';EL^&f§iiE°rNsS?i^'"''' 
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"""I^EpSl^Tsl'lHi^^Rl^'jSsrU'B'lS^Ti PUSH AROUND. TRAINER SAYS 

GAY. VIRGINIA DENNING 
OBITUARY 

^"'\{l[^,ni.'"fds°,V,Vo\:\ll TO STAY IN U.S. 

""■'SuRSIS'ioMiN'His'sPECI.L INTEREST IN TONIGHT'S CONCERT 

"'"'chAPEl'hILL MAN FACES ASSAULT COUNT 

'^"' EoSfsTEN'^is A GOOD DEMOCRAT 

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H 1 11/12/83 B 


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NAMES 



GEIGeRt e«IC (BuB«OUGhS UELLCOMEI 
BURROUGHS U6LLC0ME PROMOTES 3 

GEIGER. RALPH A. (GAIHESVULE, GA.I 
GEORGIA YOUTH'S SCORES HIGHEST 
GEORGIA »QUTh takes TOP HONORS 



IN GIFTEn SEARCH 

IN DUKE TALENT PROGRAM 



GELL. LIPBr 

SOME DUKE EM 
DON'T 'EAOMO 

GELLMAN, ELISE IN. 
AT N.C. 200 ' 

GENERAL. BEAUTY 
POLICE fINO 
POLICE IDENT 
STRANGULaTIOi 
CLUES SOUGHT 
OBITUARY 
SLAIN UOHAN 

GENTEMANN. KAREN 
GENTEMANN GE 

GENTRY, C. T. 

CIVITAN PRUJ 
CIVlTANS GRA 



PLOYEES SUFFER HA< t 
UTH' DUKE 



C. ZOO I 

HOU SWEET IT IS!' 



WOMAN OEAO !N APA! 

IFY MURDER VICTIM 

N SAIO CAUSE OF OF 

IN TWO SLAYINGS 

JAS WONDERFUL INDI \ 

M. DR. 

TS NCCU POST 



eCTS RECEIVE BROAO 
TEFUL 



TMENT 
ATH 



GENTRY, HARRY 

HELMS' PLAN GETS NEGATIVE REAC 
GENTRY WON'T SEEK 2N0 TERM 
REPUBLICANS LOOKING FOR 'NEW 3 

GENTRY, HERMAN JR. (PERSON CO- HIST 
PLAN FOR MCGEHEE'S MILL SCRAPP 

GENTRY, JERRY 

NOTHING'S DONE WITHOUT A OREAM 

WOMEN WHO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN 

MAGIC IN THE THEATER 

A NARROW ESCAPE FROM A 'TRE4SUR 

IT'S STILL The INDIA OF GANDHI 

THEY DRAGGED ME OFF TO THE P0( E 

PAINTINGS TO BRIGHTEN SCHOOL 

JOY TEMPERS POST-WEDDING TEARS 

AN AILING MEMORY FOR NAMES 

RIGID? WHO. ME? 

EVERYBODY'S GOT A POISON IVY TA 

SAD DISCOVERY: A BEACH WITHOUT 

DON'T WEEP FOR GULLS 

SO LONG, GOOD SAMARITANS 

YOUNG WRITER'S VIEW- I'M AFRAl 

TO TIP OF HER PYRAMID, MY ERIE 

COLLEGE SCENE: FIVE DOWN, N0N6 

MONSOON MADNESS 

THE STRUGGLE TO FIND THE FACTS 

ADVENTURE HALTED--FOR A WHILE 

WHEN MIXED UP, PAPERS FIX UP 

SATURDAY DRIVE CURED THE BLAHS 

BUZZ OFF THF PHONE. ANON 

THIS WAS A GRAND WAY TO ACQUP 

THIS UTILITARIAN FEAST WAS F0< 

'SAVE THE FAMILY' WAS NO WILD- 

FROM JEFFERSON TO JESUS. LIVES 



TIGN 
LOJO' 



ORICAL SOCIETY) 
ED 



iY LIFE » ILL 3E CUT SHORT 
NO'S ECCENTRIC 
TO GO 



E A POL ICE RECORD 

THE BIRDS 
EYED PLEA 

WORTHY OF IMITATION 



NGS ARE 

atal fire 

000 in jewelry. guns 



GENTRY. KYLE (WILKES CO. SHERIFF) 

AGENTS EXAMINE CAMPAIGN REC0R3 S 

GENTRY. LORENE P. 

OUI. DRUG CHARGES LODGED 

GENTRY. MAMIE ROBERTS (OHIO) (OECEAi 
OBITUARY 

GENTRY. NELL EVANS 
OBITUARY 

GEORGE. BESSIE HENORIX (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

GEORGE, noe 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THI 

GEORGE. DONNIE LEE (BURLINGTON) 

DRUG CHARGES FILED FOLLOWING r 

GEORGE. GARY ALAN 

3 MEN ROB COUNTY COUPLE 

] ARMED HEN ROB COUPLE OF \l\< 

GEORGE, LINOA K. OR. 

PIEDMONT HEALTH SURVEY USEFUL 

GEORGE. PEARL L. 

I HONORED FOR SERVICE TO SCHOTL 

GEORGE. THURMAN 
OOLL BED 

GEORGIAOE. NICHOLAS G. DR. ,, „ 

DUKE USES NEW PROCEDURE THAT REMOVES FAT BY SUCTION 
GEORGIADE ELECTED 

GEPHART. JO LYNNE ' 

DTI COURSE HELPS WOMEN 

GERAGHTY. TIMOTHY COL. 

a<.0 PEAR TREES WILL HONOR SLAIN MARINES 

GERDING, JEFFERY WILLIAM IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GEREFFI. GARY OR. 

DUKE PROF SAYS DRUG COMPANIES SNUB THIRD WORLD 



GERGEN. DAVID 

THE SUMMIT: A VICTORY FOR THE 
GERGEN TO HEAD SEMINAR ON PRE5 
GERGEN TO LEAD DUKE SEMINAR 
GERGEN SAYS MEDIA HAVE DETERH 
MEDIA BLAMED FOB STATE OF PRES 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN OU^ 
WHOSE FAULT. ANYHOW 



COUNTRY 
IDENCV AT DUKE 

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5/19/63 


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1/11/113 
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1/13/83 
l/l<./83 
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S 2 8/0<./B3 a 



2/01/83 
2/Q<./93 



S 2 1/28/83 A 
S 2 2/2'./83 C 
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1 N S93 
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7/29/83 B 1 P N H60 



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5 


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2/02/83 


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2/09/83 


A 


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12/21/83 


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1/29/83 


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9/15/83 


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6 




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4/13/83 


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12/17/83 


B 




N 




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6/07/83 


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<./22/a3 


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5/09/83 


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6/02/83 


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7/22/83 


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12/17/83 


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6/07/83 


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6/08/83 


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l/Ol/IU - 



I N t X 



GERGEN BESIGNS; OURHAMITE LEASES WHITE MOUSE JOB fOR HARVARD POST 

GERGEN TO LEAVE JOB 

GERGEN DEPARTING WITH GRACE 



GEPMANIS. PETER 

JOBS PROGRAMS 



•CRUEL HOAX" 



GERMANOt MICHAEL A. (I3N1 

HIS SUGGESTION WINS tlOOiOOO 
&ER"4Na RECE IVES PRIZE 

GERMINOt 04NTE 

BLACKS TREATED FAIRLY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAV THINGS ARE 

AO SPURS HOLIDAY JOY 

GERHlNOi JULIA "MAMA" (AGE 99 1 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DU^I HAM 
•MAMA- GERMINO 99 AND GOING FIR 100 

'^^"''dUKE''2uS£UM EXHIBIT: MOTIFS QF WAR. INJUSTICE 

GETER, BfRNEICE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GETI, EARL R. MR. AND MRS. 

TAINTED wELLS PUSH SEVEN FROM HOMFS 
CONTaSiNATED WATER TO BE CLEA1ED IN MONTH 
7 OISPLACEO BY BUG SPRAY AWAIT PLAN 
WORK STARTS TO CLEAN UP TAINTiO wELLS 
CONTAMINATED WELL WATER HAULE1 AWAY .-,,.,^,, 

WELL-WATER WOES ARE FINALLY OVER FOR 7 RESIDENTS 

GETTYS. CARL (ROYAL CLOTHING CO. [ 

TIMES CHANGE--AND A STORE DIES 

GETZFLMANN. OIANA ICHAPEL HiLLI 

RSVP APPRECIATES BUSINESS GENPROSITY 
BAN(JUET A GREAT SUCCESS 

'^"""SSfRUoE^Ll'MLES TO SEEK NEW TERM ON SCHOOL BOARD 
1 FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD 
SCHOOL BOARD RACE HEATING UP „,„.,,, 
TEACHFRS HEAR SCHOOL BOARD CANOIOATES 
EDUCATORS ENDORSE 4 IN SCHOOL BOARD «»CE 
EDUCATORS BACKING FOUR SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES 
FOR OIJRHAM CITY BOARD OF EDUO T I ON. . . ROBE RT G. IBO 



01 GHIRAROELLI 



NEWCOMERS WIN SEATS ON CITY SCHOOL BUAKU 

OtIrS' CHOICES REFLECT EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS 

5 1 HIGH SCHOOL BETTER THAN ? ' ' «? ,« "f !;EC TED BO ARD MtM 
rtlRAROELLI GETS SUPPORT TO H: AO CITY SCHOOL BOARD 



BERS FAVOR 



SCHOOLS' IMAGE WEIGHED AT FORJM 

I SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GET OVA BACKING 

n.iOHAM Fi Ff T IONS ; 13 SEEKING POSTS ON SCHOOL BOARD 

FiSsf ROUND TQESdAY IN DURHAM ELECTIONS: SCHUOL BOARD. 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRI'IARIES 

Ic^S^^L^IJ^iS 5f^^lR?Mi?R°SE^ 50.«0^,„,,,,„,5 

5^pc3SER|?y?^SEATS,ON^C,ITY^SCHOpL^BO.RD^ 

IS 

GHI - -- 

EXPECT A WORKING CHAIRMAN 

5S?HAS^r"ScH0SL BOARD ELECTS OR. ROBERT GHIRAROELLI CHAIRMAN 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD TAPS NEW CHAIRMAN 

J''c»EilST°2H8''SSiLOs"RIOGES:... GHIRAROELLI TAKES SEAT AS...CHAI 
CITY SCHOOLS EYE PROCEDURE CHANGE 

GHIRAROELLI. VIRGINIA 

MUTUAL RESPECT NEEDED 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

'^■"'TNj's?^?rTrSTr^h1S^f'HrY?^^'^0&^S'S?W°'FoSM=0J BLOOD CELL 

SECRETARY OF 



The ARMYI 



GIANELL I. WILLIAM (ASST 
INLET MONEY 

'^'^^"Sa^Kd^rP^hHOT MISSED THE MA,K 
FIREARMS BILL WOULD CONTROL GJNS 

^■ = »^i,^g|:'S?rifS^fK ?Sr5i^5a'F^^"i0CKSVILLE. N.C.. 

GIBSON. ORUSILLA WILLIAMS (OECEAfEOI 
OBITUARY 

TEENS GET 3-YEAR TERMS 

YOUTHS GET PRISON TERMS FOR ASSAULT 

GIBSON. GERALD WARREN JR. 

GIBSON WINS SCHOLARSHIP 

'^'"'%E?Ic"vOL3Mr!s'TREND REFLECTION 

GIBSON. MOOT (COACH OF CAROLINA STORMI 
GIBSON TO COACH STORM 

GIBSON. JEFFREY DARNELL 

BROOKS CHARGE DROPPED MiionFO TRIAL 

MCOUAIG GETS SIX YEARS. DATE FOR 3R0 MURDER ikial 

GIBSON. KEITH LAMUNT „,,„-... 
MAN SHOT FOLLOWING ARGUMENT 
MAN FACES BURGLARY COUNT 

GIBSON. PATRICIA (DURHAM BOYS C HO H I 
BOYS CHOIR HONORED 
WTVD IGNORES DURHAM 

GICGETTS. CHARLIE LEE 
OBITUARY 



^'^"SIi^.'VtScV'^RnjETSSu-JgET"""'"' 

'^'^'""oi^c'MR^^rhan^-MSlic GROUP 
GILES. HUBERT JAMES (OECEASEOI 



P D DATE 



U/09/S3 
12/09/B3 
12/l'./83 



M 2 3/12/63 A 



PC L P BYL 

I P N 
1 P N 
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3/02/33 
3/02/83 



6/13/B3 

9/24/93 

12/01/R3 



5/13/93 
5/22/93 



1 n u 

I P U L57 



H 2 1/29/B3 D 12 U G69 
H 2 fl/31/93 4 9 



5/03/33 
5/05/33 
7/23/93 
8/19/B3 
9/10/93 
10/21/93 



N B30 
N B30 
N B30 
N B3n 
N 930 
N B3Q 



2 9/21/93 B 1 P F B81 



S 2 6/11/93 A 
H 2 6/16/93 A 



3/26/83 
8/26/93 
8/30/93 
9/15/83 
9/22/83 
9/23/93 
10/02/83 
10/07/83 
10/08/83 
10/09/83 
10/09/83 
10/10/83 
10/12/93 
10/12/83 
10/12/83 
10/12/83 
10/13/83 
10/16/83 
11/29/83 
12/06/83 
12/12/93 
12/13/93 
12/13/93 
12/15/83 
12/18/83 
12/31/93 



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S 2 12/06/83 C A 



H 2 9/19/93 A 5 
H 2 12/16/93 A ". 



H 2 1/22/93 4 P F 

H 2 11/13/93 a 2 

S 2 './27/83 A 6 N 

S 2 l2/l<./83 C N 

H 2 12/15/93 B 1 N 

5 2 12/15/83 C 1 N F30 

M 2 12/16/33 B 1 N 

S 2 3/15/93 A 5 N 

H 2 1/23/93 3 R G33 

S 2 10/27/93 B 2 N 



S 2 5/0<./93 A 9 
H 2 7/29/93 B 1 



S 2 8/13/83 A 3 
S 2 10/07/33 C 1 



H 2 <,/03/33 A 5 
S 2 12/22/93 A A 



H 2 5/l<./83 C 2 
S 2 2/0<./83 A 1 P N 
S 2 12/03/93 4 3 N 



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PAGE l-i 

i/17/ai. 



GILESi LARRY IOUKe UNIV. PHYTQTRONl 

foMPUTERS HELP CREATE •NATURE' FJ» EXPERIMENTS 

GILGOR. ROBERT S. OR. ICHAPEL HILLl , , , „crc.nru 

HAIR LOSS VICTIMS ORGANIZE TO SEER SUPPOkT, RESEARCH 

GILIAN. LUCY 

HOHE ON MOREhEAO ROBbEO 

GILL. PATRICK O'NEIL (VANCE CO. J 
HAN HELD IN VANCE SLAYING 

GILLARO, FRYE (CHARLOTTE QBSERVERI 
THE LITERARY LANTERN 

'^"■'"^INvllTIGATiaN ASKED ON SPORTS BIDDING 

'^""'""iIIy SHPs'inTO THE M6TAPHY5I:aL in Jill TRIBUTE 
GILLESPIE SNOWS HIS AUDIENCE 

GILLETTE. MAGGIE DAVIS IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GILLETTE. P. F. ICREEOMOORI 
LABORERS DESERVE RAISES 

GILLIARJ, JOHN ITlEY IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

'^'"•'■■LANOj SJ'^UPHILUS MILK INVENTORS GET ANOTHER CHANCE AT ROYALTIES 

'^"■'"'5!i!. '"socks get pro endorsement 

GILHDRE, HARRY STEVENSON SR. I6ALTIN0REI 
OBITUARY I 

GILMORE. LYDIA RUTH IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

GILMORE, MOZElLA I H I L LSBOROUGHl 
OBITUARY 

GILMORE, ROY UAYNE JR. ,,, ,^, 
8 CHARGED WITH DRUG OFFENSES 

GILMORE. TOM 

THE CONSTITUTION AND THE WATCHDOuS 

SEPARATE THE THREE BRANCHES 

EDMISTEN TOPS POLL IN HAKE 

BLACK OFFICIALS HEAR HOPEFULS FOR GOVERNOR 

GILMORE ANNOUNCES RACE FOR GOVERNOR 

THORNBURG URGES CAMPAIGNS BE :ip£n TO MEDIA 

TOM GILMORE BRINGS CAMPAIGN Tl DURHAM 

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE WORKS HAY ACROSS NORTH CAROLINA 

CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK OUT FOR IMPROVING STATE'S ROADS 

TOM GILMORE CHALLENGES STATE RULING 

GILMORE WINS RULING ON CONTRIBUTIONS 

OFFICE RANSACKED , ,,, 

GILMORE MAY FIGHT RULING ON AT LIMITS tocM.iiMr 

CANDIDATE ASKS HIS OPPONENTS TO VOLUNTARILY LIMIT SPENDING 

GREEN AGREES TO SPENDING LIMIT ^,„,„ 

N.C. LIMITS ON CAMPAIGN SPENDING LIMIT FREEDOM 

COURT ACTION MAY HURT FAIRCLOTH 

GILMORF, VERTA LEE HEAVER 
OBITUARY 

GINTER. TOM (N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE C. maThI 
GRANDMOM RECEIVES TOUR 

GIONTA, RALPH L. (DUKE UNIV. FACILITY PLANNING! 
DUKE MAKES 2 APPOINTMENTS 

GIORDANO. CAROL A. 

SCIENTISTS ARE TEACHING IN SCHOOLS 

GIPSON, CATHY (TRANSIT PLANNER) 
BUS BROCHURES SIMPLER 

GlVENSi HARRISON CRANOALL 
OBITUARY 

GIVENS. KERRY (DUKE MEDICAL STUDENT! 
FIND OUT ABOUT FUNGI FROM CLU? 

GLADDEN, WILLIE JAMES ( CENTRA L I SLI P , N.Y.I 
EX-MARINE GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

GLASGOW. SHANNON ICARYI 
GOTTA DANCE! 

'"'"'"iLASS^'TO LEAVE HOUSING GROUP , , „,.. 
OFFICIALS WANT TO SELL OLO CHJRCH BUILDING 
WINNERS ALLl „ , . 

durham housing group taps odwst 
housing agency names director 
neighborhood growth to be discussed 
housing group eyes salvation army home 

'^'■'"marine"! ieCitenant charged with dating wife before marriage 
marine opts for trial by judge 

WIFE SAYS MARINE LT. NEVER PULLED RANK 
MARINE REPRIMANDED FOR FRA TER>I I Z4 T ION 

GLAZENER, |0^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ THREATENED 

'^^^"fH^"ilGfSNfNGl"Jtl'TSI BIBLE .IGHT ALL AL0NG7 

GLEN. LARRY WAYNE (CHAPEL HILL! 
ASSAULT CONVICTIONS UPHELD 

GLENN, CALLEY HAWLEY 

SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGE IS FILET 

GLENN, HELEN IMRS. RALPHI 



S I T 

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P DATE C PC L P BYL 

H 2 3/06/83 C 2 

H 2 1 1/2T/83 C I 6 F 

H 2 7/08/83 B 2 P F Ji,0 

H 2 2/03/83 All N 

H I 5/12/83 B 1 N 

S 2 1/31/83 A 5 R 

H 2 11/23/93 8 1 N S51 



S 2 './2l/a3 D fl R Rai 
H 2 <,/22/B3 D I 1 P R 



H 2 12/23/83 C 7 

H 2 12/l''/83 A 5 L 

H 2 7/26/83 e '' D 

H 2 10/19/83 B 10 N 0^6 

H 2 9/06/83 A 8 N 

H 2 10/12/83 a 9 



H 2 
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6/15/83 




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8/05/83 




1 


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Jb6 


9/06/83 






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11/32/83 




1 




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12/08/93 




18 


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12/13/83 




8 


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12/14/93 




15 






12/15/93 




1 ? 






12/22/93 






P N 




12/22/93 




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12/2'./83 




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1/09/83 C 2 

3/23/83 C 1 P N E05 

3/09/83 A 8 N 

<,/29/83 CI N M23 

9/29/93 C I P N K90 

5/09/93 B 7 

10/30/93 B <. P F G7a 

<,/19/B3 A 9 N 

7/21/83 a IFF A15 



3/11/83 CI N K90 

4/29/83 A I N K90 

5/08/93 E 1 P F Hi,5 

5/16/83 C 1 N K90 

5/17/93 A 9 N 

5/29/93 A 3 N K90 

6/23/93 CI N K90 



a/12/83 A 10 
8/30/93 C 3 
9/07/93 A 9 
9/08/83 5 



N 



5/16/93 CI N M23 

"1/09/83 A ION 

2/02/83 B 1 N 046 

11/01/83 A 5 N 



HONTHLY/iN.MUAL INDEX BY NAMES ''?9fi'/2? 

1/01/93 - 12/31/83 l/lT/a*. 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P njTe C PC L P BYL 

MPS. GLENN 'NFRVOUS INSIOE' AS JUPY GETS CASE H | J/"/" B 1 p n ^"^ 

MPS. r.LENN: OFAIM PENALTY WAS PPEFERABLE H 2 7/27/83 



DAY'S EVENTS CHANCE LIVES OF GLENN FAMILY 



7/31/f3 A 1 P F SS2 



N 


F30 


N 


HO 


N 


SH," 


N 


F \» 


N 


S«? 


N 


Fin 


N 


sn? 


N 


F 1(1 


N 


SB/ 


N 




N 


FIH 


N 


SH^ 


N 


F 1(1 


N 


S«/ 


N 


FMl 


N 


sa2 



P^yrHIAIRIST DENIES CALLING AVERY DIAGNOSIS INCORRECT ,,,..„ 

JvEP? TRiIl -ItKeSS says soldiers 'LIVED LIKE ANIMALS' IN VIETNAM 
WITNESS SAW AVERY THROU GRENA1E IN V I E TNAME 5E HUT 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS AVERY NOT SANE DURING SHOOTINGS 



GLENN, HENRIETTA lOECEASEDI ^ ^ 2/14/83 A 4 E 

'!t''la57"I STEEPLE-^IDOH'S GIFT TO RESTORE TRINITY'S PROFILE TO HEIGHTS H 2 2/13/83 B J " J A20 

DURHAM CHURCH TO GET 16a-F00T STEEPLE ST FALL S 2 2/19'" J 2 F 

A STEEPLE FOR TRINITY " ' 2/22/B3 A ". c 

GLENN. ^JANN^lBURROUGHS-hELLCOME SErRETARYl ^ ^ 7/14/83 A 6 P P H66 

'"■""SEiciN RIGHT TU ATTACK ISLAND S 3 11/02/93 A <. L 

'"•''*''jniS"GLENN PLANNING VISIT TO V.C. H2 3/05/83. 3 N 

GLENN BEGINS N.C. CAMPAIGN 5 2 i/"/"| J | ^ 

GLENN CRITICIZES ADMINI STR AT n N " | IVllVsi All N 

FRA2IER GETS GLENN COMMITTEE POSITION S 2 J/2*/" J ' ' i^ 

JOHN GLENN AND WALTER MONOALE IN SPACE SUIT ICARTOONl H ? 5/21/83 A 4 T T R56 

GLENN'S DAUGHTER VISITS N.C. , ,„ ,^^ 2 I 3/ni/Bl n 4 P f 

HOW THE VOTERS VIEW PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES H 2 ,^/OJ/83 J J P f 

THrSLESS ct2pilS" TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, PLEASE STAND BY ICARTOONl H 2 12/09/83 A <, T T R56 

'"■'''%SSE''ALL*5ws''5EQurST IN AVERY CASE , H 2 4/IV83 B I 

OPENING STATEMENTS MADE IN AV^RY TRIAL | | h/jJ/Sl i 

GLENN SHOT TRYING TO CALM INHUOER , „ ^„^ 5 2 5/28/83 A 

THREE WOUNDED IN IBM SHOOTING TESTIFY AGAINST AVERY H 2 S/2«/93 A 

OFFICERS DESCRIBE SCENE AT I 81 ^ , , , ^ i ?/,o/83 B 
S^??j;l ?i^fe^sS???^iSR^E'^Dl5f^S'l^"A5EKY MURDER TRIAL 

^lYWiailT'tJ^s'^vigySygS^TK? Bright FROM WRONG "s / 5 A , 

?U?ll^i/sS^S?R"By^SgrTjllikA'!£'?;DS?SSSS?S^, 9 

psychologist: AVERY HAD NIGHT1ARES, ORANK HEAVILY S 2 7/OV83 A 

:rTS?;i=^i5?jrinuVs¥jHo"Tirs?^i'" 

rvIS; ?JnP^,?Slsl"s::tr^STSUf "trauma VICTIMS fear loss of control I 7//^7^83 A , 

-•!?S5SES.SAY„.VERY BECAME^HE.VY^DRINKER^_^ INCORRECT | | J/^/^i \ I N ^^^ 

S 2 7/11/83 A 1 " "° 

PSYCHIATRIST SAYS AVERY NOT SANt CURING IHUUIINOI H | J/}^/'^ J 1 N 

AVERY: LIFE WENT DOWNHILL AF T= R VIETNAM " J 7/13/«3 A 1 P N F30 

JJeRY'S MENTAL STATE FOCUS Of TESTIMONY S | 7/14/83 A 1 N F30 

DOCTORS DIFFER IN AVERY TRIAL ,,.^,,,j ^.^ H | 7/15/83 1 N Sa2 

AVERY ISSUED THREATS "« ' ? J; < ' !?"" S SAY ^ ' 7/ 5/S3 A I N X6D 

PSYCHIATRIST: AVERY UN0ERSI001 ACTIONS | | 5/8/83 CI N F30 

JURORS GET FINAL AVERY ARGUMENTS TOMORROW ^ | 7/5/53 B 1 N 582 

JURY TO GET AVERY CASE THIS WEEK " | 7>[<5>b3 A 1 N F30 

CLOSING ARGUMENTS BEGIN IN AV? RY TRIAL 5 | |/io/83 A N 532 

tiivERS SUM UP CASE, DEFENSE '^ AVERY TRIAL H | {;|g^g| J | n F30 

JUDGE SUMMARIZES AVERY TR I AL T E ST I MONY ^ | 7/21/83 B 1 N 582 

JURY GETS INSTRUCTIONS IN »VES Y MURDER C A SE ^ | 7/2/83 A I N L3a 

gi^f^G^^ss^^^NE^Jss^s^fJiJio^^^^? Jtis; e^tP!^?^"'' y,ii/ii ? 1 ^, 5^J 

JURY FINDS AVERY GUILTY OF ALL CHARGES IN IBM CASE | | 7/25/83 A 1 N F 30 

JURY TO DECIDE AVERY'S FATE ^ j 7/26/83 A 1 P N 582 

AVERY ASKS JURY FOR DEATH PENALTY ^ | 7/26/83 A 1 N F30 

JURY CAN'T CONSIDER AVERY'S 9=*;« fk^l, , H 2 7/27/83 A 1 P N 

MRS. GLENN: DEATH PENALTY WAS PREFERABLE " | j'/^l/Si A 1 P N 582 

AVERY GETS LIFE SENTENCE ,,.,,.^ S 2 7/27/83 A I P N F30 

AVERY TO RECEIVE MORE SENTENCING | | 7/27/83 A 1 N F30 

JURY FOREMAN SAYS VERD I C I HARO TO KE ACH ^ | 7/23/83 A 1 N 532 

NEW SENTENCES ADO 79 YEARS TO ".^.uT^ t ,n£ J ^ H I 7/29/83 A 4 P F 

AVERY CASE "EC I S ION TE ST S OUR CONVICT IONS ^ | 7/31/83 A 1 P f 532 

A DAY'S EVENTS CHANGE LIVES 0; GLENN FAMILY j 3/12/83 A 4 L 

i!isr^E5'?irsf^R5%SE"Ei?^viig° « ^ '^"^" ' ' ' 

= '-^'*''A.;grSEM?SDf In APOLOGY FROM VOTERS' ALLIANCE » 2 \y,<iY,l] I ,1 H »' 
MAYOR WANTS APOLOGY 

^^^""e^fHA^r^JjECTIONS: A NEW SALES PITCH " ' ^'^^'^^ ' ' ^ 

"■^""'ll ijsT-MAINTAIN BALANCE OF P^WER " ^ ''""'' ' ' ' 

'^'■°"'^5:ye»"old girl suffering from cancer almost swept president off his. 

glover, ralph clifton (vance co. i h 1 1/18/83 6 1 n 
vance board appoints principal at new hope 

'^^'""'jHkS?rHiLrg3L?C*?'UEINC OUI DOUBLE " ' ^^"^" ^ ' ^ 

•^•"""GilN^if^OW 'MR. MACHO' FOR NETS | \ V,\VA\ I \ll 
AUIOGRAPH HOUNDS 

GOOAIR. JOHNNY REV. , „^^, ^,, H 2 5/07/83 A 8 P F A2D 
FAST-GROWING CHURCH TIGHT FIT 

GODFREY, ARTHUR (OECEASEDI M 2 3/27/83 C I P u L57 
REMEMBERING ARTHUR GuDFRtY 

GOOLEY, GEORGE ALLEN ( H I LL SUOROUGHl H 2 12/04/03 C 2 
OBITUARY 

'^''"'JInJusIs^IST for EakE FOREST POST QUERIED " ^ O'"'^" ^ ' " 

■^^"-SoMg^SgJI'f loiVK^FliuREO FOR WRONGFUL DEATH SUITS S 2 8/09/B3 B 2 F 

GODWIN. OERWOOD,^, „_„, „^,»,., if rivIL ACTION " i I'i.'i'.V-. ? ,? 



H 2 11/02/83 B 3 



APPEiLS COURT ORDERS RETRIAL 3F CIVIL ACTION 
HIGH COURT UPHOLDS ASSAULT CO'tVICTIONS 



H 2 5/04/83 A 14 



GODWIN, HAZEL „,,, 5 2 1/04/83 A 4 

NEWSCARRIER EARNS PLAUDITS 

''°""%bE'?''BAN ON FORECLOSURES WILL HAVE LITTLE EFFECT UN N.C. " 2 11/20/83 A 4 

GODWIN, LARRY BA5C0M ( W INST0N-5AL EM I 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



GOCH[N* LEWIS Oft>4AN JR. 

DURHAM MAN FOUND D6A0 IN CAR 
OBITUARY 

GQOKIN, MARY euLEN 

MOUNT HERMON ORDAINS ITS FIRST FEMALE DEACON 



NAMES 



'AGE 101 



GODHINi NEAL 
LIQUOR. 



BEER TAKEN IN RAID 



GODMIN* WANDA 

ROUND-UP IN DRUG CASES BEGINS IN THREE COUNTIES 
MORE DRUG ARRESTS EXPECTED 

GODWINt WILLIAM HARRY (CLAYTON! 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED IN GAMBLI>I& CASE 

GOFFEN. RONA OR. 

DUKE NAMES HEAD OF ART DEPARTMENT 

GOING. JOHN THOMAS SR. 
OBITUARY 

COINS. CONNIE 

BROKEN WRIST GREETS DEVIL ON 3IRTHDAY 

COINS. JOHN CLARENCE JR. IBURLINGTONI 
MAN KILLED IN BIKE ACCIDENT 

COKEY. LIBB* lUMSTEAD HOSPITALI 

HER JOB: PROTECTING RIGHTS OF PATIENTS AT UMSTEAD HHSPITAL 

GOLDBERG. Thomas RICHARD (RALEIGHI 

COUNSELOR DROWNS AT CAMP KANATA 
DROWNING VICTIM SUFFERED SEIZURES 

GOLDEN. HARRY 

FIVE JOURNALISTS NAMED TO HALL OF FAME AT UNC 
HALL OF FAMERS INDUCTED AT UN: 

GOLDMAN. LAUREL 

•MAGIC IN WRITING IS PERSISTENCE 

GOLDSTEIN. aARRY 

SEwER STUDY UNBELIEVABLE 

GOLDSTEIN. HARVEY OR. lUNC-CH FACULTYI 

IMPROVED ECONOMY PREDICTED FOl N.C. 
OPTIMISTIC FORECAST FOR TAR HEEL ECONOMY 

GOLDSTEIN. PAUL ( UNC-CHARLOTTE GENETICIST! 

DO CHROMOSOMES HOLD THE KEY T:! CONTROL AGING? 

GOLDWASSER, ELISE (DURHAM COMPANIONS PROGRAMI 
YOUNGSTERS WERE HELPFUL 
GROUP SEEKS MONEY FOR YOUTHS 

GOLOWATER. LEONARD J. DR. 

MAKE PENALTIES TOUGHER FOR DRIVING DRUNK 

GOLDWYN. SAMUEL (FILM PRODUCER! 

GOLOWYN WAS HOLLYWOOD'S SHOWMAN 

GONCZ. CHRISTOPHER 

MONEY IS SOUGHT FOR DUKE SURGERY ON POLISH CHILD 

FOR POLISH »0Y. WAIT WAS WOR T^ IT 

BOY'S SURGERY SUCCESSFUL 

THANKS FOR HELP IN SON'S SURGERY 

GONCZ. ELIZABETH 

THANKS FOR HELP IN SON'S SURGERY 

GONZALES. SHELLEY 

THEY'LL START 1983 AS MARRIED COUPLE 



IS A SILENT KILLER 



GOOCH. KAyE 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

GOOCH, MATTIE WALKER 
OBITUARY 

GOOCH, PAUL (GAFFNEY. S.C! 

S.C. MAN STABBED IN DURHAM 
INTRUDER BEATS. ROBS MAN IN HIME 
KNIFE VICTIM IS IN STABLE CONTITION 
ARRESTS ARE MADE IN 2 CITY ASSAULTS 

GOOCH. ROLAND S. JR. 
OBITUARY 

GOOCH. TONY EDWARD (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



GOOCH. TRILBY C. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

GOOD. MARLENE 

CONGRATULATIUNS MARLENE G000...W8^ SALESPERSON OF THE YEAR 

GOOOE. W. WILSON (PHILADELPHIA! 
PHILLY LIVES UP TO NAME 
HOMETOWN HONORS POLITICIAN 
PHILAOELPHIANS SELECT GOODE 
WATCH THIS NATIVE SON 

GOOOEN. DwIGHT (BASEBALL PLAYER! 

LYNCHBURG'S GOOOEN A 'CAN'T MISS' PROSPECT 

METS' GOOOEN SETS RECORD WITH 10 STRIKEOUTS OF BULLS 

GOODING. JULIE 

TEEN SEX: KEEP THE PARENTS IN THE DARK 

GOODMAN, MARY (PITTSBQRO MAYOR PRO lEMI 

PITTSBORO FOUNTAIN PROPOSAL U= IN AIR 

GOODMAN, ROBERT 0. JR. (CAPTURED AMERICAN PILOT! 
JAdKSON FACES SLIM ODDS 

GOOOSQN. GEORGE (MENOEBSON! 

VANCE MAN [)EATEN TO DEATH 
MAN HELD IN VANCE SLAYING 



N F 
P D 


DATE 


S I T 
E L Y 
C PC L P 


8YL 


H 2 


10/20/83 


CI". n 




S ! 
H 2 


lJ/l'./n3 
I2/l5/fl3 


C I N 

A 18 n 





S 2 10/08/83 A 6 
H 2 9/12/83 6 1 



H 2 7/l',/03 e 1 
S 2 7/l<./83 C I 



N A54 

N 



H 2 1/07/83 a 1 N 

H 2 5/03/83 A 10 N 

H 2 2/09/S3 A 13 

H 2 2/06/83 B 7 N C52 

H 1 5/17/83 B 1 N 

H 2 12/15/83 b I P N L3D 




H 2 8/06./83 a 7 
H 2 8/07/83 A 10 



N 



H 2 3/13/83 C 1 P N 
H 2 './ie/83 B 1 N 



H 2 2/06/83 3 P U H«5 
H 2 10/12/93 A 4 L 



S 2 3/08/83 A 1 
H 2 3/11/83 A <. 



H 2 7/26/83 A 



H 2 10/10/83 A 1, 
S 2 12/l'./a3 C 1 



H 2 2/05/83 A 
S 2 3/2'./83 



H 2 6/16/83 a 1 P N M51 

H 2 8/03/83 A 1 N M51 

S 2 8/03/83 B 1 N 

H 2 8/06/83 A 4 L 



H 2 8/06/83 A 4 L 

H 2 1/02/83 E 2 P F S56 

H 2 11/17/63 A 4 L 

H 2 2/13/33 A 20 



H 2 9/05/83 a 6 N 

S 2 9/05/83 A 3 N 

H 2 9/08/83 C 12 N 

S 2 9/08/83 A 5 N 



H 2 1/16/83 C 4 

H 2 11/23/83 C 5 

H 2 3/18/63 C 8 

H 2 2/24/83 A 6 P A 



S 2 5/20/83 A 4 E 

H 2 a/15/83 A 3 P F 

H 2 11/09/83 A 3 N 

H 2 11/13/83 D 4 P E 



GOODWIN. BROOIE C. 
OBITUARY 



(DECEASED) 



S 2 7/14/83 B 1 
H 2 3/24/83 B 2 



H 2 3/08/83 A 4 
H 1 9/in/83 6 I 
S 2 12/31/93 A 4 



H 1 4/30/83 B 1 
H I 5/12/83 8 I 



H 2 3/17/83 C 



N P55 
N C52 



L 

N L30 

E 

N 
N 



L Y / * N 



N C 
P 



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COOawIN. jIHNT 

FOLKS AROUhO HERE: TnE WAT THINGS A«t: 

GOOOMl-i, JOSEPHINE mSENN 

GOGOWIN, HIKE 1 FRANKL INTONl 

TWO FRANKLIN «EN HURT IN SHOOTINGS 
SHOOTING INVESTIGATED 

GOOOUIN. SALLT 0. 

SHUT UPi YQU -L% HuTTS! 

GOOQyIN, tiJRTH 

SOUTH OURHA" GROUP OPPOSES ZONE CHANGES 

GOROON. BENJAMIN EDuARD "BUBBER" OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

GORDON, aOBBY MILL DR. 1M6NDERS0N1 ^^.r-c.-r 

VANCE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD SELECTS NE« SUPERINTENDENT 

GORDON. JAHES M. ICHARLOTTEl . , , ,. 

TEEN INDICTED IN CHARLOTTE SLAYING CaSc 

GORDON. JEFFREY XARK ISURRY CO. I 

THO ESCAPE FROB SURRY COUNTY JAlL 

GORE. JOHN P. DR. 

DURha" "EDICal examiner INDICTED 
DURHAM DOCTOR FACES DRUG ChaRjES 
GORE PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES 
GORE PLEADS INNOCENT TO COUNTS 
DR. GTRF SENTENCED TO YEAR IN PRISON 
OR. GORE SENTENCED 

GORECm, RICK 

•ARTIME ORDEAL 

GORNTO. KITTY BROXN IChaRlOTTEI 
OBITUARY 

GOSSf Clara ElLIS (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

COSS. VLADIMIR P. OR. 

BRAINWASHED AMERICANS 
ANDROPOV, THE BUTCHER 

GOSSEIT, JAHES FRANK inECEASEDI ' 
OBITUARY 

GOSSHAN, FRANCIS J. IRAlEIChI 
M.C. BISHOP VISITS POPE 

GOSSNER, GabRIElE IameRICaN DANCE FESTIVAL1 
DANCERS .ANT. ..ORANGE SAND? 

GOThaRO, AGNES (fOQOS JUDGE I 

mFaTmER DAMPENS COUNTY FAIR P5 ODUCE ENTRIES 

GOUCH JR., HENRY 

HAN FACES DRUG COUNTS 

GOUSE, MINNIE IDECEaSEOI 
OBITUARY 

COVEONIK, GEORGE , ,, 

Z MEN ENTER INNOCENT PLEA IN DRUG CJSF 

GRACE, EUGENE 

BLIND GIRL HOPING TO SEE IN OJRHAM 

BRAZILIAN GIRL TO HAVE 2N0 EY! OPERATION TODAY 

SURGERY hEL»S BRAZILIAN GIRL SEE 

eye ooctor .(orks wonder 

many people helped blind girl 

credit must be shared 

grace, princess .,, 

may brings grace kelly film fcst 

grady, alene olakley i0ecea5e0i 
ob:tuary 



GRADY, ELIZABETH M, 
OBITUARY 



lOECEASEDI 



GRADY, SUSAN yOuNG ^ „„c. 
THIS COUPLE PHONE HOME OFTEN 

GRAEOON, JOE , , 

GROUP OPPOSES HOME FOR YOUTHS 
PANEL ASKEO TO BAR YOUTHS 

FOOD ADDITIVES Can BE DANGEROUS „^„„. ^ 
GRAEOON TO TALK ABOUT DRUGS, OLDER PEOPLE 

GRAFF, ROBERT ILOS ANGELES, CA.I , , ,_ 
2 MEN ENTER INNOCENT PLEA IN DRUG CASE 

graham. annie mae ideceasedl 
obituary 

"^"'"'evangelist is ■determined- to preach on atheist turf 
evangelist among award recipients 
graham visits wallace in hospital 
wrong point headlined 
evangelists hold global conference 

GRAHAMiS SON HELPS ThIRD WORLJ pastors 
PTL MAY BUY GRAHAM HQME 
GRAHAM INCOME RISES IN 1982 

GRAHAM HOME TO BE MOVED __ ,^ ,^ 

EVANGELIST: THERE IS STILL HO^ E FOR PEACE 
GRAHAM TO PREACH BEFORE ROYAL FAMILY 

"'"*3jN?il:'-:^E2?TH'&ySt!?feR"*Slt?Eij REPORTER INJURED 

Shot repcrier'S condition serious 

mental health director shot once — autopsy 

POLICE SAY GRAHAM 010 ShOOIIHG 

GRAHAM, DANNY RAT 



H 2 B/O'I/flJ B 
H 2 1/13/83 C 



H I 6/07/83 D 
S 2 6/0T/B3 A 



I " U 

17 

I N 

1 1 N 



H 2 7/07/83 A 
S 2 11/26/83 A 



H 2 I2/01/')3 A 14 
H 2 12/02/83 2 5 







H I 12/21/83 C I 


N 


H 2 3/17/83 A 12 


N 



H 2 10/22/83 C 



H 2 11/03/R3 A 

S 2 11/03/83 A 

H 2 11/10/83 A 

S 2 11/10/83 C 

H 2 12/D''/e3 A 

S 2 12/09/83 C 



H 2 2/20/33 C 
H 2 6/25/83 A 
H 2 <./27/83 C 



1 P U H*9 

10 



H 2 3/29/83 A 
H 2 9/10/83 A 



H 2 3/14/93 C 

H 2 9/09/83 A 

H 2 7/12/83 3 

S 2 9/29/83 A 

S 2 <i/22/n3 C 

H 2 3/19/83 A 

H 2 12/09/83 C 



H 2 3/15/83 B 

H 2 <i/IA/83 3 

H 2 6/30/83 a 

S 2 7/13/83 A 

H 2 a/02/»3 A 

S 2 a/D3/83 A 



S 2 '■/29/B3 

H 2 10/09/83 3 

H 2 9/09/83 A 

H ? 2/13/33 C 

H 2 1/16/83 E 



M 2 6/09/83 3 

H 2 6/l<./83 B 

S 2 10/26/93 A 

S 2 U/04/33 A 



H 2 12/09/83 C 
H 2 3/25/33 C 



1 P F '>30 

1 P N 330 

1 P N 330 

4 6 

5 L 
4 L 



12 » N 

2 

12 

3 

2 o F M95 



N A5A 

N SSI 



H 2 


1/03/83 


A 


8 P F 


H 2 


2/2'./83 


A 


e 


N 


S 2 


<,/04/83 


A 


2 




H 2 


5/19/93 


A 


5 


L 


M ? 


7/09/83 


A 


( 


N 


H 2 


7/16/83 


A 






H 2 


7/21/93 


A 


6 


N 


H 7 


8/13/83 


A 


7 


N 


H 7 


9/10/83 


A 


I 1 




H 2 


l2/l<./»3 


A 


9 




S 2 


12/27/83 


c 


5 P N 


H 2 


8/27/83 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/28/83 


B 


6 




H 2 


8/29/83 


A 


I 1 




H 2 


8/30/83 


u 


5 P N 



LY/AN.NUAL 



1 N E « 



NAMES 



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ISS NORTH CAROLINA CROHN 



BARBECUE PLACE RaBBEO 

GH.HAH,_0|NEEN^.M.SS^N.C.,^^^^^^^^^ TA»ES 

RACE NO ISSUE. SAYS MISS N.C. 
HISS N.C. HISS AHERICA7 

SlSs"Nic?'^:0 PERFORH Af HISS 5ULLCirr PAGEANT 
TO PERFORH 

■^"'""oR^sSoP^TO fOCUS ON CHILDREN, PARENTS 
SUHHER PROGRAMS 

GRAHAM, EVA BURNS IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

"'"'G5.H;irs5l?H"pOLITIC*L -ARF.RE, NO QUARTER GIVEN 

roAHAM. GEORGE G. DR. (JOHNS HOPKISS HEO 1 C AL C ENT ER I 
piLITICS SHOULDN'T TAINT STuilY OF HUNGER IN U.S. 

GRAHAH, JANNIE lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

GRAHAM. JIH ^gj5 GRAHAH OK 

SPENDING BILLS UNDER ANY NAME STILL SWEET 

lo N.C. CnONTIES SEEK DISASTER RELIEF FROM HEAT 

GRAHAM SEEKS AID FOR N.C. FAR>^ERS 

GRAHAM: LEAF QUOTA CUT HURTS S.C. FARMERS 



'^""'S2N-'?U!5GST'"U°aRE«-l"»rHOLLa«AY ST. SCHOOL 

JSlICE »S5e5T, ChIrGE MAN RUNNING OUT OF SCHOOL 

''""'TARTEiflfoi^'AiriKH FABRIC OF CLASSIC TITLE 

■^"'""aRT^'gRAHAM receives AMARO 'RDM HAGA2IN6 



MARY MARGARET 



'SIn'^nVeS^S pEeXiN SLAYING CASE 
'^"'"•SlsrSSlHrM'Sii'-Src. CHERRY BL3SS0M COURT 
''"""SASIi: pSfuiroF'Sls. DEPENDS ON KNOWLEDGE 
'^"'"*:;jDS'E"'oiU?lllfc'H2RGrs''fGiUsT ROBESON OFFICIAL 

rOAHAM. ROBERT DR. lU.S. OEPT. OF lEALTH £. HUMAN SERV.I 
•^SffJcIAL URGES MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR ALL 

GRAHAM. ROY I DUKE F AN A T H I LLHA VEN REHAB. CENTERl 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE'S LIKr THAI 

GRAHAM, SAM (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

"-"GRA-Hil*Vi*5a5rS5c4\iiicl^S¥rEir^tJsrR'riANTLE 

§^trrGiA^J2is''l^^'?3MLrF!.E.GH MISSIONS 



GRAHAM, WILLIAM J. -BILL 
SINGING WINS PRAISE 
BOYS CHOIR HONORED 
CHOIR DIRECTORS HONORED 
BOYS CHOIR 



(CHOIR DIRECTQRI 



"*"*';i ?ibii'R'3B?rA iSSS?Y^°^^i;c??r^SSis CHARGES 

11 INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROBE 
"""'^S^SiJsoSi:rSlNS -YEAR SCHOLARSHIP 



■^"'""oiJKEis MARK NOT DISASTER TO BENNETT. BRANDT SAYS 

granger. shane 

stargate update 

gransom, roosevelt (oeceasedi 
obituary 

grant. david 

Jar is stolen 

"''''voter'group picks dukhah woman 

N.C. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS 
""";iE^rAi°SHBS^INE°sg«E LEAVES 2 MEN WOUNDED 
^**'"; rJS??T^§'f5"?2IP? If-JLYW0« 

"'"^{iSI^SrSAS'ShAR-^^g^i^^H'S^S^If Laying 

KINSION MAN CHARGED IN 2 SLAYINGS 

"""'jArE'lGH'SiraAiGEh'i??^ BANK ROBBERY 

""•^IorIS^HOP' ISSUE MISSTATED BY SUPPORTER 
•DRAM SHOP'..aILL.WUL,.BE_PASSjO^^ ^^^^^^ 



grSnt cdSriNGES to »ovocate 'good causes- in n.l. 

THREE LAYMEN MAY S EEK BAPTIST. CONVENT ION POST 
BAPTIST ELECTION MAY PLAY ROC; IN SENATE RACE 

SOnJ'oaUGHTERS WATCH PARENTS SRO* CHILDLIKE 



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ilRL'S DOGS CAPTURE PRIZES 



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duahah will outlast OUKE* 



«R. BUTTE'S 



K 2 11/16/83 A 



DARK SEASON 



GRANTHAM. JULIUS 

GSANTHAH GETS GRIP ON ROLE 

GRANTmaH'S PROGRESS LIGHT IN 3LUE OEVILS- 

GRATZ. PAULINE 

THE CASE OF JANES »ATT 

GRATZL. JOSEF OR. C NC SU I 

N.C. STATE STUDYING Ll&NIN US= 

GRAVES. EASL INEw fORK CITTI 

PUBLISHER: Black firms need CASH TO EXPAND 
BLACK BUSINESS NEEDS UNITY 

CRAVES. ELLA NCCO-AN 8ARN6S lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

GRAVES. JIHHY 

TIGERS FRUSTRATING TO STRUGGLING BULLDOGS 

SPARTANS TOP BULLDOGS IN HILD. KOOLLY CLOSING 

LAST-SECONO CONFUSION OVERSHAJOHS GOOD PLAY 

^"'•^^^S?i2'EE;l?ED'SNi3i^8"?'Fn.NG OF BAPTIST PASTOR 
CONGREGATION TO DECIDE IF FASTQR uILL BE DISMISSED 

GRAVES. HILLIAM I'JNC-CH "ATH PRQFESSQRl 

UNC COUNCIL IDEAS EMPHASIZE EDUCATIONAL JUAL I TY 
UNC AHEAD OF REPORT ON EDUCATION 

GRAY. ANNIE XIDGETT (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

''""''LIFESLaN&'RESIJENT, VISITOR LOOK AT OUR CITY 

GRAY. JOSEPH ISERVICE STATION OPERATOR) 
MINORITY FIR1S HELPED 

GRAY. JOSEPH C. -PETE- 
DEPUTY RETIRES 

GRAY. LIN.OOO CLINTON 

MAN ACCUSED OF TRYING TO RUN OVER PHLICEMEN 

GRAY. NELL CAROLYN 
OBITUARY 

GRAY. RACHEL S. 
OBITUARY 



IDECEASEOl 



GRAY. ROLLY 

CARNIVAL TIME IN CARRBORQ 



GRAY, ROSA lOECEASEDl 
JBITuARY 



GRAY, UILLIAM 
OBITUARY 



-BUD" lOECSASEOI 



GRAY - LITTLE, BERNAOETTE 

UNC PROMOTES 3 TO PROFESSORS 

GRAYSON. MIKE IOUKE football PLAYE'I 

•Short people- jokes on grays^n-i fqcS 

grayson piles jp evidence for benefit of former aoss 

duke's grayson shoas pff pome< „.„,,, 

grayson's diversity top among seed's kqrries 

grayson. duke zero in on pack 

bennett. grayson get honors 

just wondering... 



lOECEASEDl 



GRECO. MICHELE IBuRLtNGTON SOCKSI 

NCSU GRADUATE -SOCKING' IT TO "Em 

GREEN. BARRY JAY 

C3NVICT ESCAPES 

GREEN. BILL IDUKE UNIV. I , , , 
OUKE "AY ALLOW FILMING ON CAMPUS 

GREEN. CALVIN LaOALE 

MAN Charged in shooting 

GREEN. CARRIE A. lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

GREEN. Christine 
obituary 

'''*^^''n.cI''muTuAL PRO-OTES 4 TOP EKrCUTIVES 

GREEN. CORA BELL lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

GREEN. DAISY lOECEASEDl 

obituary 
obituary 

green, oarfn jr. icharlottel 
Chemist faces drug charges 

green. david ijoroan n.s. teacher! 
county schools discuss cqmput: 



AT BURLINGTON 



R COURSE NEEDS 



GREENj^OORDTHY^IEASLEY. S.C.l^^^^ . ^^^^ MARRIAGES' -ITH ALIENS 

''''^^''30NOSMan''Cha«GED IN pursuit OF CLIENT 

GREEN. ELVIRA 

FREE OPERA SUNG 

GREEN. G. T, IDcTcCTIrfEl 

DETECTIVE OuITS DURING CASE PROBc 

GREEN, JAMES P. DR. IhENDERSONI ,,.,„. 
HENDERSON COUNCILMAN TO SEEK IE-ELECTION 

GREEN. JANIE wILBuRN IDECEASE3I 



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OBITUARY 

CftEEN. JIHMY 

ROYALL OIVE"! GATEKEEPER ROLE 

CONFERRING EARLY 

GREEN INCREASES HIS POWER 

INGRAH RAPS SENATE PANEL APPOINTMENT 

GREEN. ROYALL. AOAMS BACK STUDY OF LOTTERY 

FACILITY DEDICATION 

ROYALL HAITING IN MINGS? SuPPlRTERS SEE CHANCE OF GREEN BOwING OUT. 

OFFICIAL SAYS SBI LOOKING AT GREEN'S PHONE RECORDS 

EDMISTEN CONFIRMS GREEN UNOER INVESTIGATION 

HR. GREEN'S TROUBLE 

JIMMY GREEN PERSECUTED 

GREEN SAYS HE WILL OUTLAST HIS CRITICS 

INSURANCE PANEL MAY CONSIDER SAFE ROADS 3ILL 

SPECIAL PROSECUTOR MAY HANDLE PROBE OF GREEN 

GREEN STORY DISTORTED? 

EDUCATION BOARD ENDORSES GR E E'4 • 5 VOCATIONAL PLAN 

PILOT VOCATIONAL PROJECT ENDO?5E0 

EDMISTEN SOWS OUT OF GREEN INVESTIGATION 

GREEN INVESTIGATION HANDED TO TWO DAS 

EDMISTEN'S MOVE TOO LATE 

ARMS FREEZE OPPOSED AT RALLY 

VOCATIONAL TRAINING EXTENSION IS QUERIED 

GREEN SEEKS SUPPORT FOR VOCATIONAL PLAN 

EDMISTEN PLAYS POLITICS 

GREEN SEEKS LIMIT ON CAMPAIGN SPENDING 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PLAN OK 'T 

DA REQUESTS ADDITIONAL GREEN PROBE 

GREEN PRAISES COOPERATION IN SOU PROJECT 

EDMISTEN SAYS BINGO PROFITS ARE SIPHONED OFF 

SENATE APPROVES CHURCH DAY-CASE CENTER BILL 

BILL ON SESSION LENGTH ADVANCES BUT GREEN EXPECTS COMPROMISE 

WHO'S GOLDBRICKING? 

PHILLIPS: STATE CAN IMPROVE ALREADY GOOD SCHOOL SYSTEM 

HOSPITALIZATION OF WAKE DA STALLS INVESTIGATION OF GREEN 

GREEN IS TREATED FOR HEAT EXPOSURE 

LT. GOV. SUFFERS HEAT EXPOSURE 

green getting raw deal 

paper reports grand jury to meet on green probe 

judge bailey says grand jury will look at green allegations 

wake grano jury to weigh gree>( evidence today 

grand jury asks green probe 

green faces bribery charges 

green accused of conspiring t:) take bribes 

green's trouble could affect sqyall's future 

green supporters to meet 

investigation could get green off hook 

wake da says grand jury chose not to hear green 

faircloth resigns; hunt says sreen shouldn't step down 

green wary of agent 

transcripts reveal green. agev t talks 

hunt says green should not quit 

transcript of rfported green talks with agent 

green won't comment on conversation excerpts 

inquiry ordered in tapes' stos y 

transcript darkens outlook fos green 

election-law comment spells d30m fdr green 

green tapes anger lawyers 

green aide seeks help on dui.ase 

grand jury on green to meet 

pulley upset over way wake da handled probe 

jimmy green is indicted: lt. ;0v. faces 6 charges 

some legislators maintain their support for lt. gov. 

green not required to resign iis post 

green surrenders. then is released without bail 

green is self-made man who sought future in tobacco 

paper says grand jury won't psobe transcript leak 

Changes badly neeoeo for n.c. election laws 

JIMMY GREEN WITH CIGARETTES AND LIGHTED FUSE IN mOUTh ICARTOONI 

SPECIAL U.S. GRANO JURY WILL >IOT INVESTIGATE HOW NEWSPAPER ... 

GREEN AND SOLES AMONG FEW N.C. POLITICIANS EVER CHARGED 

FBI OPERATIONS QUESTIONED 

FBI FOCUSES ON CORRUPTION 

GUBERNATORIAL TERMS REFERENDUM SIUUIED 

PROSECUTOR STAYS IN GREEN CAS? 

STATE LAWS ON BRIBERY MAY BE CHANGED NEXT YEAR 

ATTORNEYS FOR GREEN GIVEN TAPES 

GREEN CASE RAISES QUESTIONS A^OUT N.C. CAMPAIGN law 

ATTORNEYS FOR GREEN GIVEN TAPES 

ROYALL: RACE STILL DEPENDS ON GREEN 

FUND IS STARTED TO HELP GREEN 

SOLES' VERDICT MAY BE GOOD Sr.N FOR GREEN 

A ROYALL LESSON IN LOYAL FRIENDSHIP 

GREEN HEARING IN BRIBE CASE IS POSTPONED 

ATTORNEYS DISAGREE ON EFFECT If SOLES' VtROICT ON GREEN TRIAL 

WHITE CLAIMS GREEN CHEATED LEAF WEIGHT 

GREEN ACCUSED OF FRAUD 

GREEN CAN'T BE TRIED ON CHARGES 

LEAF FRAUD ALLEGATIONS DIM GREEN'S PROSPECTS 

GREEN ALLEGATIONS 'TOO LATE* 

GREEN FACES TRIAL OCT. 17 

OCT. 17 TRIAL DATE IS SET FOR GREEN 

GREEN MOTIONS SET FOR HEARING 

JUDGE WON'T DISMISS CHARGES AjAlNST GREEN 

INNOCENT PLEA IS ENTERED FOR ^REcN 

TRIAL JUDGE: PUBLICITY 'A FACT OF LIFE' 

GREEN WANTS TO BUY COMPUTERS FOR SCHOOLS 

ATTORNEYS: IMMUNITY PACT SHOULD BE PUBLIC 

FREEN'S LAWYERS GIVE COURT HUNT AFFIDAVIT 

GREEN DEFENSE USES AFFIDAVIT 3Y HUNT 

WHITE HAY FACE ARSON TRIAL 

ATTORNEY URGES ARSON TRIAL 

CAMERAS TO BE ALLOWED AT JIMMY GREEN'S TRIAL 

GREEN CHARGES ARE CLARIFIED 

JIMMY GREEN TRIAL ON BRIBE COJNTS OPENING MONDAY 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN TRIAL OF GREEN 

SEVENTEEN POTENTIAL JURORS ACCEPTED FOR GREEN TRIAL 

GREEN'S ATTORNEYS ACCEPT TmRE? JURORS 

7 JURORS SEATED FOR GREEN'S T? I AL 

JURY Chosen for green's trial 

FBI AGENT: GREEN INDICATED HE WOULD ACCEPT MONEY 

PAPER SAYS IT OBTAINED PROBE TAPES 

GREEN REFUSED BRIBES — TAPES 

'AIN'T NO WAY WE CAN GET EQUAL TIME!' 

LAWYERS SAY STATUTE IN GREEN CASE TOO VAGUE 

JURORS UNINFORMED ABOUT GREEN CASE 

1 OF 5 Charges against green is dropped 

GREEN TESTIFIES HE ATTEMPTED TO TRAP AGENTS 

SBI AGENT TESTIFIES EFFORTS MADE TO IDENTIFY ORDAK 

DEFENSE RESTS IN JIMMY GREEN'S TRIAL 

FINAL ARGUMENTS GIVEN IN GREEV BRIBERY TRIAL 

JURY MULLS FATE OF JIMMY GREEN 

JURY ACQUITS JIMMY GREEN 

AFTER THE TRIAL: WHAT NEXT F0< GREEN? 



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NfMLY/ANNUAL INOtK 



N A H t S 



PAKE int, 



JURY »C0 
GUILI IN 
GREEN OU 
COURIROO 
FEJ SURP 
AC IE LT. 
GREEN CH 
JIHHT GR 
GREEN: 
CANOIOAT 
JIHMV TH 
GREEN'S 
GREEN TO 
GREEN ON 
GREEN TE 
&R6EN NE 
HUNT MOV 
HUNT DIS 
2^,0 PEAR 
HUNT 01 S 
GREEN DE 
GREEN AG 
GREEN'S 
GREEN'S 
ARE STAT 

GREEN. JOSEPH 
OBITUARY 

GREEN. KATH6RINE PARTIN (GRANGE CO. 1 
OBITUARY 

GREEN. KATHLEEN ANN I HI LLSBOR OUGH I , ^ , 

MAN ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING EX'-WIFE IN HER APARTMENT 
HEBANE MAN FACES CHARGES 

GREEN, LEWIS (AUTHORI 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: REPORT FBO'< BOHEMIA 

GREEN. LOUIS JACKSON ICARRBOROl 

N.C. MAN HELD IN CAR ASSAULT 

GREEN. MAkGABET FARROU IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, MARY C. 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 



UITS LT. GOVERNOR 

GRE£N CASE: SELF-APPD INIEO JUDGES 
lET APOUT FUTURE 
M CAMERAS PRAISED 
RISej UITH OUTCOME IN GREEN TRIAL 

GOV. CATCHING KIT (CARTQONl 
ARGES COST 190.000 

EEN JOINS OTHER HOPEFJLS AT ORANGE FORUM 
OF COURSE I'M GOING T3 RUN' 

ES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK OUT FOR IMPROVING STATE'S ROADS 
E POOH LAUNCHING GREEI IN 'a". TRIAL BALLOON ICARTOONI 
ACJUITTAL SPURS MOVE 10 REFORM LAU 

TAKE THANK-YOU TOUR 

TOUR TO THANK SUPPORTERS 
LLS HOMETOWN HE'S CANDIDATE 
VER LEFT IN CHARGE 

ES 3UICKLY TO HEAL POLITICAL RIFT WITH GREEN 
PUTES GREEN'S COMPLAINT 

TREES WILL HONOR SLAIN MARINES 
PUTES COMPLAINT BY GREEN 
NIES REPORTED RIFT 
RfES TO SPENDING LIMIT 
CAMPAIGN OFFICE RANSACKED 
TRIAL RANKED TOP STORY IN N.C. 
E OFFICES BEING USED TO SUBSIDIZE CAMPAIGNS? 

IDECEASEDI 



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N. MR. (DIED FROM EXPOSURE TO COLOI 
'MR. GREEN' DIES IN THE COLD 
MAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR THAT 6U' NED 
OFFICERS CLOSE TO IDENTIFYING 'MR. 
POLICE SEEKING MAN'S IDENTITY 



GREEN, PAUL 

PAUL GREEN FOUNDATION FORMS 

PAUL GREEN SUBJECT OF BENEFIT 

PAUL GREEN'S WRITINGS BASIS 0= 



BENEFIT SHOW 



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GREEN, RAYMOND (TRIANGLE J PLANNIN:; OIRECTORI 
POPULATION INCREASE EXPECTED IN DURHAM 

GREEN, RICHARD CAPT. 

VETERANS' SERVICE PRAISED 

GREEN, ROBFRT L. OR. (DUKE PSYCHIATRY PR0FES5URI 
GREEN HEADS GROUP 

GREEN. SUSAN (MECKLENBURG CO. I „„,„,,, 
DEMOCRAT WILL ENTER RACE IN 9T H DISTRICT 

GREEN. TIMOTHY 0. (ALAMANCE CU. HEALTH OEPT.I 
ALAMANCE TAPS HEALTH DIRECTOR 

GREEN. »ALLIS (TEACHERl 

MATH SCHOOL PICKS VISITING INSTRUCTORS 

GREEN. WILLIAM CARL (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, WILLIAM L. "BILL" JR. , 
PRESS GETS FRIENDLY ADVICE 
MOBIL AND THE MEDIA 
GREEN MAKES US PROUD 
A WEEK TO 'FEEL GOOD' ABOUT CITY 
WHAT DURHAM TOLD JUDGES 
WARNER MAKING MOVIE AT DUKE 

GREENBERG.^ABE^^^^ THE FIVE OAKS RECREATION ASSOCIATION PLANS CLUB HOUSE CAPE 
CITY BUYS OPTIONS ON EDGEMONT LAND 
ASSETS MISUSED, JUDGE RULES 
ASSETS WERE DISBURSED ILLEGALLY 



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'''*'^'*aROKER*S°SECOND SUIT COMING UP THIS WEEK 

GREENE, HENRY OR. ( OP TOME TR I S T I 

PERFECT EYES MAY NOT SEE SO PERFECTLY 

WE OBJECT TO STORY 

VISION THERAPY CAN HELP SOME 

GREENE. JERRY (CHARLOTTEl 

HAN IS CHARGED IN CHARLOTTE BLA2E 



A PORTION OF THREE-PRONGED PACK ATTAC 



GREENE. JOE (NCSU FOOTBALL) 

A TRIO OF tailbacks: MCINTOSH ONLY 
ACC REJECTS CHOWAN COACH'S CHARGES 

""""fjo'iEEpiSnET'goipLYING. OFFICIAL SAYS 
ANIMAL LAW VIOLATION REPORTED 

ORANGE RESIDENTS ACCUSED OF Av(IMAL CONTROL VIOLATIONS 
2 ORDERED TO REMOVE WILD ANIM«LS , „. , 

ORANGE COUNTY'S WILD ANIMAL P:PULATIUN SHRINKS 

GREENE. WILLIE REV. (REGION P HEAD START) 

COURT 0|S APPEALS BACKS DISMISSAL OF SEX BIAS SUIT 

GREENFIELD. JOSEPH C. JR. OR. 

DUKE MEDICINE CHAIRMAN NAMED 
OUKE SELECTS N6H MEDICAL Chahman 



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11/20/83 A 

5/08/83 C 



2/19/83 A 
2/20/83 C 



1/22/83 C 
1/22/83 A 
1/23/83 C 
l/2'./83 C 



6/03/83 
10/1<./B3 D 
10/20/83 D 



7/04/83 A 

10/24/83 A 

11/11/83 C 

11/02/83 C 

11/17/83 C 

12/20/83 B 

6/09/83 B 

7/29/B3 C 



1/29/83 B 

2/02/83 A 

3/12/83 A 

3/24/83 B 

4/17/83 F 

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11/23/83 C 

12/21/83 C 

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5/19/83 A 
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8/25/83 B 



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5/06/83 A 

5/12/83 8 

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GREENHtLLi ANNIE uEAVtR IDECEASEOJ 
OBITUARY 

GREENSPAN. STANLEY OR. (NATL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH! 
BOTH PARENTS HELP BABIES TO G<CH UP 

GREENWAY. ELBERT OTIS 

DURHAM MAN HAS THROAT CUT 

DURHAM MAN'S THROAT CUT OU T S 15 E STORE IN ORANGE 

GREER, BILL (RETIRED SECRET SERVICE I 

fSETIRED AGENT RECALLS HORROR If- NOV. ?2. 1963 

GREER. ROBERT (CALDWELL CO. MAGISTRATE! 

COURT REINSTATES 1991 CONVICTION FOR MISCONDUCT 

GREGA. DARLENE (CAMPUS MINISTER! 
PEACE IMPORTANT TO CZECHS 

GREGORY. ANNE 

TWO DURHAM TEACHERS SEEK REMOVAL OF LETTERS 
TRIAL OF TEACHERS' SUIT IS APPROVED BY JUDGE 

GREGORY. OICK (COMEDIAN AND ACTIVIST! 

•WE'RE STILL NOT FREE.' KING SAYS AT MARCH RALLY 

GREGORY, JAMES AUGUSTUS (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

GREGORY, JAMES AUGUSTUS (UMSTEAO HOSPITAL! 
CAR DRAGS DEPUTY 20 FEET 
Two DEPUTIES ASSAULTED 
DEPUTY'S CAR SUSTAINS MINOR DAMAGE 

GREGORY. RONALD 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS CHANGES PROPOSED 
ELECTION BOARD CHANGES PROPOSED 

GREITZER, SQL (VIOLA! 

SOLO viola; sol GREIT2ER TO PLAY MQNDAY WITH N.C. SYMPHONY 



GRESHAH, A 
A. J. 



. J. "BUCK" 
GRESHAM, RETIRED REGISTER OF DEEDS, 



GREUP, ERNIE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

GREY, ALFRED E. (CLINTON, S.C.I 
FREE TRADE UP TO US 

GRE2ESIK, FRANK M. 

FEAR OF ROBOTS DROPPING 

GRIER. CHARLES ALLEN 

LIE-DETECTOR TEST RULING OVERTURNED 

GRIESE. BOB 

GRIESE: DOLPHINS LAST UNBEATE^I TEAM 

GRIFFIN, DOUGLAS WAYNE (HILLSBOROUGH! 
DRUG CHARGES FILED IN CHASE 

GRIFFIN, JOHN DR. 

CLASSIC FOUNDER: BENEFIT BEGAN AT KITCHEN TABLE 

GRIFFIN. KIM JR. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

GRIFFIN RESIGNS FROM BOARD OF HAYTI DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

GRIFFIN QUITS HAYTI BOARD 

COUNCILMEN PONDER RE-ELECTION 

COUNCILMAN GRIFFIN SAYS HE HON' 

HAYTI BUDGET MEETING CANCELED 

HELP FOR EXPRESSWAY SOUGHT 

EXTENSION OF EXPRESSWAY DURHAI'S 

CAMPBELL NAMED TO HAYTl'S BOARD 

COMMITTEE: CHARGE PEARSON LESS 

GRIFFIN. LIB 

HONEYMOON TOUR LEO TO WHITE HOUSE VISIT 



RUN 

GREATEST NEED 



KINGS DAUGHTERS' MEMBER 



GRIFFIN, LI2ME MAE KIMBALL 

LliUE MAE KIMBALL GRIFFIN. 
A GENTLE. KINO LAOV 

GRIFFIN. HARK 

Z YOUTHS. MAN ARRESTED WITH WlAPONS AT SCHOOL 

GRIFFIN, RAtFORD DELANO 

2 YOUTHS. MAN ARRESTED WITH WFAPONS AT SCHOOL 

GRIFFIN, RICHARD DOUGLAS (MIDDLESEX! 

TWO NASH COUNTY MEN CHARGED WITH POSSESSION Of STOLEN GOODS 

GRIFFIN. TAHMIE (CHAPEL HILL) 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN FIGHTS OFF INTRUDER 
WOMAN FIGHTS OFF ASSAILANT 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE SEEK MAN f 3 R ASSAULTS 
POLICE BELIEVE ATTACKS LINKED 

GRIFFIN, VIRGIL (GASTONIA) 

6 KLANSMEN, 3 NAZIS INDICTED 

NINE PLEAD INNOCENT TO FEDERAL CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

PROSECUTORS WARN KLANSMEN MAY TRY TO SABOTAGE CASE 

2 KLANSMEN FREED ON BONO 

2 KLANSMEN RELEASED ON BOND 

GRIFFIN, VIRGINIA w. 

TAR HEELS SHOULD SUPPORT NUCLEAR FREEZE 

GRIFFITH. ANDY 

ANDY GRIFFITH WEDS 27-YEAR-OL!) ACTRESS 

GRIFFITH HAS NERVE INFECTION 

HOSPITAL RELEASES GRIFFITH 

ANDY GRIFFITH RECUPERATING 

MAYBERRY FAN CLUB ALIVE. GROWING 

GRIFFITH FOOLED FANS AS HAYBERRY'S SHERIFF 

GRIFFITH. JULIA PICKNEY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

GRIFFITH. WILLIAM J. 

TWENTY YEARS AGO. DURHAM MOURNED PRESIDENT'S DEATH 

GRIFFITHS. PHILLIP A. DR. 

GRIFFITHS NOMINATED FOR DUKE POSITION 



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S 2 3/07/83 C ! 



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S 2 5/23/83 3 P U 018 

H 2 9/06/83 C 1 N 

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S 2 7/07/83 A 1 N K9r! 

H 2 7/08/83 B 1 N S51 

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S 2 7/27/83 A 8 N K90 

S 2 9/13/83 C 1 P N K90 

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S 2 10/29/83 A 3 N K90 

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S 2 6/17/83 A ION J56 

H 3 6/18/83 C 1 N J56 



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S 2 5/06/83 A 2 N 

H 2 5/07/83 A 16 N 



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S 2 5/17/83 D 8 N 

H 2 5/18/83 a 5 N 

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H 2 9/03/83 A 1 P N 



HONTMLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES 



GRIFFITHS EYED FQP DUKE PROVOST 

PROVOST NOMINEE: DUKE CAN LURF THE BRIOHIEST 

GRIGGS. LILLIAN (iAKER (FORMER DURHAM LitJRARIANI 

NFw JOURNAL SHOWS DURHAM HISTORY UNIJUE, FASCINATING 

GRIGGS. MILDRED DR. 

HOME ECONOMICS CONVENTION ENDS 

GRIMES. CARL L. ( FUOUAY-VAR IN A 1 ^ , 

DEPUTY, RESERVE OFFICER CHARGED KITH MUROEB IN N.C. HAN'S DEATH 

GRIMES. JOHN H. OR. (DURHAM SYMPHOVYI 
NEU PRESIDENT 

GRIMES. UILLIAM I u I NTER V I LL £ 1 

TORNADO. STORMS SWEEP STATE 

''"'"^APPLICANTS FOR BLOCK GRANTS SF tK 1119 MILLION 

OIL TESTS SHOULDN'T HARM N.C. COAST. STATE OFFICIAL SAYS 

WATER: TWO STATES DISCUSS 'INTERSTATE AGREEMENT' 

CLAIM TO LAND DENIED 

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT OPPOSES IMLET JETTY PLAN 

CROWD JEERS PLAN TO TAP LAKE SASTON 

SEWAGE RATES COULD INCREASE U'JDER PROPOSAL 

LAKE RULES: STATE MAY USE PRESSURE 

SOURCES SAY JOE GRINSLEY TO LEAVE POST 

HUNT AIDE SAYS GRIMSLEY TO RUN SENATE CAMPAIGN 

STATE OFFICIAL RESIGNS TO DIR=CT CAMPAIGN 

STATE MAY HEED DURHAM'S PLEAS ON LAKE RULES 

GRIMSLEY: SEDIMENTATION MAJOR N.C. WATER PROOLEH 

MAIN POLLUTANT IS 'PLAIN DIRT.' GRIMSLEY SAYS 

'^'"'"^CD1JRI°UPH0LDS DISMISSAL OF MAN'S S3D0.000 SUIT H 2 10/19/83 B 10 



GRINSTEAO. EUGENE A. IVICE-AOM.l 

HEARING EXAMINES MILITARY CONTRACTS 

GRI SHAM. JOSEPH W. , ,„, 

2 REAPPOINTED TO UNC CHAIRS 



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10/13/83 
11/17/83 



GfllSSOM. JOHN E. lATLANTAI , , A/jn/fil A 4 L M66 

CELE3RATING DEPARTURE. DEEDS? ^ 5 2 '/|9/|3 A 4 L M66 

DR. REIO'S PROTEST 'EMBARRASSING' " ^ 9/21/83 A 4 L 

GRISSOM, TYMO LAMBERT „ , 1/25/83 b 9 n 

OBITUARY '^ l/i^/oj 

■'"■''jASJ'i^FJ'Jci'Af^'icRK TO SAVE WORLD'S FORESTS S ^ 11/30/83 C 1 P F C60 

"°"ALiHlNCE'coSRTROOM VISIT IMPRDVEO MAN'S EYESIGHT H 2 9/02/83 C 7 N 

"°"'gR*0H'S skin thickens TO DEACO. CHALLENGE ^^ H 2 8/23/83 6 3 " ^ S91 

JB 5CH0FIELD. FRESHMAN CLASS DEACON PLUSSES » | 3/14/83 8 3 N S91 

OEaCS' win swings PENDULUM UPWARD " | 10/u/al 63 N 

ESSS ?Slia'F0fc'Gl0H: ONLY ONE TRIUMVIRATE A YEAR " Z 10/27/83 1 U 071 

""""Jruc'^Ss'r'SJ^^' 'opens SATURDAY \ | ,l^,\V,l] ° \ ? ^ J'll 
RUCKUS RODEO 

GROSS. CAROLINE ,,„,,:. S 2 1/13/83 D 3 P R B71 
FACES FOCUS OF 'SOUTH I LOVE' 

GROSS. GLADYS COBB PETERSEN 1 MR S . ' AUL M. GROSSI , j 6/09/83 C I 

SSI: Siyt S!°^l5si:'8§;'^IRECTED DRAMATIC GROUPS " ^ 6/10/83 C 8 

""^|:ii^:b£?. = 5i^^lAjrg?lN^?S^!lR^?LS^8FFS S I ^^^^^ ' ' -« 

GROSS. MARILYN S 2 3/28/83 C 2 N 

WOMAN REPORTS ARMED ROBBERY ^ ' 

GROSS, PAUL NELSON INORTHRIDGE. CAI ,,,„„„,^ H 2 11/20/83 A 9 N 
FIVE INDICTED IN MARIJUANA BALE DUMPING 

GROSS. i<ON (INDEPENDENT SCHOLAR! c,^,,, .ot H 2 10/21/83 B 1 P F W24 

•FREE-LANCE INTELLECTUAL' OHGANUING SCHOLARS ^ | 0/24/83 C 1 N 
INDEPENDENT SCHOLARS SEEK HELP 

"°"?SK?R:!¥?Jg styles MIX POORLY IN GALLERY SHOW " ^ 'Z'^/" ° » " "» 

"°"iY&rRE??[!?lSio'cS?eiREN " ' '"^'''' ° " " 

GROVES, HARRY E. ,, „, S 2 7/05/83 A 5 N 
GROVES HEADS SEARCH 

""""Tic'^iisiNiVTiLyfi^rrASEr^;"'^';' ^^^^^, ?^ vavai^. i'^-- 

fE'jfs;^^f5E'^^ASiefi;^pasr?wrj^E^j^PF5^';!WLTiEs POSITIONS 

TWO UTILITIES APPOINTMENTS ARE APPROVED 

"""!".;:J?R IhoTCtT ?"a;ES out GLOO.. doom. WRITER SAYS ? ] l^/,y,^„] J '? S U57 

DUKE'S CANCER CLINIC SEEKS ANSWERS ..„,,„ I 2 7/01/83 A 1 N J56 

RUNDLES SAYS AWARENESS C AN HEL P REDUC E CANCER \ | 12/15/83 CI N J56 

INACCURACY LINKED TO EXAGGERATION ^^.,„ „, _,, H 2 12/18/83 C 8 N B3C 
SOME SCIENTIFIC STUDIES TAKEN WITH GRAIN OF SALT 

^"'^'^fSi;:'soinS5N§5iLUERS HAR.YOUNGSTERS H VAVAl C A ? 

c'i3?yiJ^r;i5GiS"insE°''!?iK!!:StJ^SSf!^ 8SSSI ^2 7/28/83 c 24 N 

INOCENCig „„„„, ,,r .:.rTn»t IN cnRTllNFS OF BULLS H 2 5/23/83 B 2 N M71 



2 6/02/83 C 
2 6/03/83 A 



"^"""gSeSreSo'I eir. glove become 3IG factors in fortunes of bulls 

■^""'{rISK^^E originator to PRESENT PAPERS ? | VAVAl J 

DUKE TO GET ROMEO GUEST PAPERS 5 j 3/30/83 A 

A WELCOME GUEST H 2 3/31/83 B 
GUEST PRESENTS PAPERS 



MOiNTMLr/ANNUAL INOt* 6V NAMES 



"BUSINESSMAN UITH A DREAM- RE:aLLS THE CREATION OF RTP 

f:dlks abound here: tmE way Things are 

MR. guest deserves TRIANGLE'S GRATITUDE 

FATHER OF RTP; RUMEO GUEST SEIALLS HIS VISION TO REPLACE OLD COTTO.M MILL 

TEXTILE INOUSTRY HAS MADE ADVANCES 

GUFFEE. PAUL (APEXl 

LAWSUIT SEEKING »50'),<.90 

CUlDICEi BOB INCSU FOCTBALLI 

guioice. espqsito lead state 3b race 
Guild, d. bruce 

REVIEW offensive 

GUI ON. KENT 

STUDENTS EXCEL IN SPORTS, STUDIES 
MERCHANTS SELECT 2 STUDENTS FIR HONOR 
MARRIAGE, WORK IN STORE FOR T] P SENIORS 

CuLLETT, MAKY MCflROOM 
OBITUARY 

GULLEY, WILLIAM H. "W13" 

CASLEVISION PERFORMANCE SLACK 

GULLIE. BETTIE TIPPETT (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY I 

r.ULLIXSOU, cSTHcR AND RUSS , , 

RUNA.AY RUNTFF: DURHAM HUMEOW'IERS SUFFER WATERY AFTER-EFFECTS... 

GUNTER, FRFDfHICK HOWARD IDtCEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GUNTFR, JAMIE WALKER I50<) E. TRINITY AVE.] 

PTLICE '.aB 2 AFTER CONVENIENCE STORE ROBUERY 
ROBBER GETS H 50 ; 2 JAILED 

GUNTER, MARY fcLLTN 

ARTICLES STOLEN FROM GRAVE , 

GUNIfR, ROBERT 

FATHERS OF THE YEAR 

CUPION, DEBalE 

DOCTOR'S HOURS WON'T SURPRISE WIFE AND NURSE 

GUPTON, GEORGIA Q. 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN SAMPSON :0U.4TY WRECK 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN WRECK 

OBITUARY 

GUPTON SERVICES TOMORROW 

GUPTON, R. W. 

DEPUTY SAYS MAN SHOT AT HIM TWICE WlIH A RIFLE, OUT MISSED 

GURGANIS, HENRY 

FIRE HITS HOUSE 2ND TIME 

GURGANUS, EySSEL IWAKE FORESTI 
GREEN STORY DISTORTED? 

GURLEY, MARY LOUISE CROUCH 
OBITUARY 

GURNfY, flILL 

NEW THEATER COMPANY MAKES DEBJT IN MARCH 

GUSSnw, LI5E (ELITE PERSONNELi ,„ „ . 

PERSONNEL agency: FRENCH CANADIAN STARTED HER OWN COMPANY... 

GUTHRIE, DAVIO V. 

INTEGRITY AT DUKE 

'ELITISM' HAS ITS PLACE IN LIFE , , 

PUBLIC RADIO: SHOULD WE PICK POLITICIANS WHO PROMISE BACH? 

GUTHRIE, FCANK DR. 

RIGGS. GuThRIE get UNC-SYSTEM AWARD 

SCIENTISTS WIN GARDNER TEACHIMG AWARD 

FIVE PEOPLE PRESENTED NORTH CAROLINA AWARDS 

GUTHRIE, HENRY (CLEVELAND, S.C.I 

MAN BURNED AFTER LIGHTER EXPl:1UES 
BURN VICTIM IN STABLE CONDITHN 

GUTHRIE, LOUISE JOHNSON (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GUThRIF, NORMA CfQREHEAD CITYI 
OOPS 

GUTHRlF, H. H. 

THE BUREAUCRATS EARN THEIR PAY WITn SAVINGS 
ANDREWS' HEALTH BILL NOT NEEOjD 

GUTMAN, ROBERT A. nR. (DUKE DIALYSIS PROGRAM) 
15 PROHOIED AT DUKE MEDICAL CENTER 

GUY, BETH (DUKE UNIV. PHYTOTRONl 

COMPUTERS HELP CREATE 'NATURE' FOR EXPERIMENTS 

r,UY, CHRYSTAL G. (N.C. COMMITTEE FOR SOLIUARITYI 
HUMAN RIGHTS NEWS LACKING 

GUY, DAVID 

ETITOOIAL 'MISSTATES* FREEZE :FF0RT 
THE THREAT TO HUMANITY 
PETITION FOR FREEZE 

GWYNN, J. MINOR DR. 

GWYNN FUND ESTABLISHED AT CARILINA 
ENDOWMENT FUND TO HONOR OR. GJYNN 

GwYIhEO, LISA (DUKE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGINGI 

CARING FOR AGING PARENTS: SPECIAL PROPLEMS, SOLUTIONS ... 
NETWORK HELPS FAMILIES FACE 'SILENT EPIDEMIC 

OYANT, ThELMA , , „ 

WOMAN SAYS MUGGER HIT HER ON THE HEAD 
DURHAM WOMAN REPORTS MUGGING 

HAAS, WILLIAM F. IRESCO, RALEIGHI 
DUKE OFFICIAL RESIGNS POST 

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FLQOISr Dies 

OUVAL 8. HACKETT, DURHAM FLORIST 
DUVAL MACKETT: HUMANITY AT ITS ScST 

HACKNETt oRENT 

GuaERSATQRIAL TERMS REFEREUDU'* STUDIED 

HACKNEVi GARLAND EDUARD ICHAPEL H IL L I 
OaiTuARr 

HACKNEV, JOE 

LEGISLATIVE CLESK CHOSEN 

A»EA LEGISHTORS" COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 

OUKHAH-nHANGE LA.MAKERS PICKE!! TJ HEAD COMMITTEES 

BILL -OULD -^AKE RESISTING ILLEGAL 

MAC«NEY -ANTS TO CLEAN UP LAi<aOO<S 

HACKNEY SEEKS TO CLARIFY LAWS 

PLEASANT CHANGE 

EOuCATICN tA, THREATENED 

BILL ON ARRESTS HITS OPPOSITITN 

INNOCENCE NO EXCUSE FOR RESISTING ARREST 

HACKNEY BILL MEETS OPPOSITION 

REP. HACKNEY FILES BILL ON ESJITaBLE DISTRIBUTION 

BILL WOULD HALT CONSTRUCTION 

BILLS' goal: halt PRISON GROWTH RATE 

LAWMAKERS SEE INCREASE IN BILLS CONCERNING FAMILY 

N.C. PRIVIlFGE TAXES: A BOON OR BOTHER? 

hackney -ants to reduce prison population 

d, a. >ants purchasing law 

panel backs hackney oill on pjobationery sentences 

bill urging judges to suspend more crime senienccs fails 

house tables bill to allow 003 5 in motels. motels 

lfgislators say bills aid families 

mouse leaves landfill provishn in sill 

house rejects increasing auto insptcmon fee 

Thanks FOR PROTECTION 

LEGISLATURE TO STUDY WATER IN JORDAN LAKE, haw RIVER 

EROSION. ALGAE GROWTH BIGGEST WATER THREATS 

HACKNEY, JOHNNIE E. IOECEASEDI 
OBI ruARY 

HACKNEY, MACK IChAPEL HILLI ,, ^, ._ „„^ ,^_ 
GOOD SAMARITAN LOSES waLLEI, siOO IN ROBBERY 

HAERLE, PETER J. CTL 

MAERLE HEADS BCTC UNIT 

HACAN, PAT (GCLD530RO AUTHOR! 

AUTHOR OF HISTORICAL ROMANCE 1ANGS HEAD ALL WAY TO BANK 

haGEMAN, ROBERT 

STEREO, VIOFD GAME. CLOCK TAKcN 

HAGGARD, MERLE ISINGERI 

MERLE HAGGARD ARRESTED 

HAGGARD, WILLIAM iashEvILLEI 

METEOROLOGIST TAKES wEATmER 11 COURT 

""'■"'HAGMAiSl^SHlFTS FJOM SAVANNAH ID REPLACE lUMPANE 
HAGMAN LOOKING TQ GO DOWNTOWN AS BULLS GO DOWN 

HAIGLER, RAY iBAflBERl 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE WE E SET 

HAINES, LARRY lACTORI 

VETERAN SOAP STAR VISITS 

HAIRE, JAMES DONALD IFPANKLINTON SCM. SUPER I NTENOENT 1 
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT HIRED 

MAlSLEY, WALDO E. JR. DR. I uNC-CH PHYSICS PKOf. EMERITUSI 
SCIENCE LECTURES: TOWARD -WHOLE PERSON- 
A BROADER SCOPE 

HAITHCDCK, DON ,, „ 

ANNEIATION OPPONENTS PLAN APP: AL 

HAIThCOCK, NORMAN (ORANGE CO.l ,„ .„ 
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER RAPS ThE CHAIRMAN 
CONFRONTATION ARISES AT SCnOO. BOARD MEETING 

HAITHCOCK. w. B. MR. C MRS. . ^ . 

MURDOCH COVERAGE WAS •SKIMPY- 
HALE, CYNTHIA REV. 

BUTNER CHAPLAIN NAMED TO BOARD 

HALEY. JOSFPH 

ABC MANAGER IS ARRESTED FDR m:)ONSHIN£ 

haley, patrick shawn 1 f ay et te v i ll e 1 
Three men die in plane crash 

HALL. A. N. 

LIFE IN DURHAM 

FOLKS AROUNd''hERE: WITH THE BIRO WATCHERS 
•I WANTED SOMETHING I COULO OD BY MYSELF- 

HALL* ALBERT 

CLIMBING KOMMINSK CATCHES HAL. 

'"'■'••l*aA^i;H£g"l°GETS TERM IN CASES INVOLVING CHARGES OF PROSTITUTION 

HALL. ASHLEY IWENOELLJ 

WORKER HURT AT CONCRETE PLANT 

HALL, BEATRICE -DAISEY- wOOOLIE IOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HALL. EMMA B. IOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

""■'••hEr'rOsIs^BRInG happiness to »ET1REM£NT HOME FOLKS 

"''•'••co5"T'5tHOLDS X^C" 'action in PRISON HOSTAGE CASE 

HALL, FRANCES ANO JAMES IVANCE CO.l 
BOY AWARDED MORE Than i30.0QO 



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OOCTORS UORK HARD FOR THEIR 'IIGH' PAY 

HALLf IRIS H. DR. 

UNC RESf ARCHERS FIND NEW ChOl? STEROL DRUG 
CHOLESTERflL COULD 6E CUT BY NEW DRUGS 

hall. JAMES LONNIE IGRAHAMI 

MAN DIES IN ORANGE COLLISluN 
I DEAD. 2 HURT IN COLLISION 

HALL. JENNIFER RUTH 

16-YEAR-OLD DURHAM GIRL MISSING FOR SEVERAL DAYS 
INFORMATION NEEDED IN GIRL'S DISAPPEARANCE 

MALL, JERRY IWHITEVILLEl 

DRUG CHARGES BRING 5-YEAR PRISON TERM 

HALL. P<ENNETH D. DR. 

RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCES 

ANESTHESIOLOGY ESTIMATES 

MEDICINE AND NUCLEAR WAR 

SLEEP DURING SURGERY BECOMING EVER SAFER 

N-FREE2E, ATTACK SEPARATE ISSJES 

ANESTHESIOLOGIST AT DUKE HELPS CREATE PAIN EXHIBIT 

■BABY DOE- STATUTE SHOULD BE REPEALED 

NUCLEAR WAR NOT BUSINESS AS USUAL 

FEAR MIGHT KEEP US OUT OF NUCLEAR WAR 

HALL, LINK (CHAPEL HILLl 

THAT WOULD BE SOME TREE 

HALL, LOUISE MCGWIGAN (RETIRED UNC- CH LIBRARIANI 
FOUR EMPLOYEES OF UNC SALUTED 

MALL. MATTIE KELLY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HALL. NORRlS ALEX (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HALL, PAUL B. ILATTA ROAD I 
TRUE PATRIOT 

HALL, RHONDA G. 

ASSAULT HEARING SLATED 

HALL. ROSCOE F. Ill (WHITEVILLEI 

DRUG CHARGES BRING 5-YEAR PRISON TERM 

HALL. SUSIE BROWN lOECEASEDP 
OBITUARY 

HALL, TOM JUNIUS (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY - - 

HALL. WILLIAM C. (OUKE UN I V . I 

MARATHONS AS ROUTINE AS BREAKFAST TO OUKt PROF 

HALL, WILLIE JR. 

STUDENT GETS HONOR 

HALLAN, B. P. (PSOI 

SHQQIINC AT PSO. WOMAN REPURTEO 
OFFICER SHOT AT DURING CHASE 
DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

HALLAN, BARBARA P. 

BILL DESERVES SUPPORT 

MALLBERG, GARY (GOLFERI 

THE VALUES OF PATIENCE. ..GARY HALLQERC SLOWS DOWN AND REDISCOVERS SUCCES 

HALLENBECK. GAEL 

MOMEBOUNO PEOPLE CAN GET AID 

HALLIBURTON, DAVID EDwIN (BROOKLYN, N.Y.I 
UNIVERSITY STUDENT TAKES DEATH LEAP 

HALPERIN, EDWARD C. DR. 

I, piSqmoteo at duke 

HALSEY, EVALYNN (MEBANE AKTISTI 
ART FOR CAT LOVERS 

HALSMAN, PHILIPPE 

PHOTO EXHIBITS MAKE THREE-PART HISTORY LESSON 
HALSMAN EXHIBIT IS A VISUAL T^EAT 

HALSTEAD, SHERRY LYNN (CHAPEL HlLLI 

COUPLE FIND FUTURE TOGETHER AFTER GOING OUT ON A BLIND DATE 

HALTOM, N. ALLISON 

MS. HALTOM NAMED HEAD OF OUKE FUND 
HALTOM NEW DIRECTOR OF DUKE ANNUAL GIVING 

HAHBQOOIRI. KADAHBARI DR. 

GENETICS A FACTOR IN BLOOD FAT LEVELS 

HAMBRICK, MARGARET 

FEMALE WARDEN: WORK IS TOUGH 

HAMILL, DONALD CARL SR. (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HAMILTON, DONALD JEFFREY 

ROUND-UP IN DRUG CASES BEGINS IN THREE COUNTIES 
MORE DRUG ARRESTS EXPECTED 



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HAMILTON, JOHN OR. 

WITH TISSUE, TIME WE FIGHT Tm; COLO WAR 

HAMILTON, KEN ' 

ANOTHER BULLDOG IS BORN • 

HAMILTON, MARGARET 

THINK BEFORE GIVING PETS 

HAMILTON, SARAH WATKINS 

DEAN: PAY SUPPLEMENTS NEEDED AT SCHOOL 

HAMILTON. UILBERT 

JUROR IS MARRIED 



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AVERT TBl«L JUKDR: VA MOSPITA^ FAILED IN ITS TREATMENT 
PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENTS CARED FIR AVERY 

HA*'LET. JERQHE jr. (WILMINGTON) 
MAN RECEIVES DEATH SENTENCE 

HAKLETT. EVA 

DURHAM MAN FOUND DEAD 6Y POLICE AFTER BEING SOUGHT IN .FIFE'S 
POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH 
CONVENIENCE STORE IS ROBBED 

HAMLETT, FRANK ADAMS 

TWO MURDER TRIALS BEGIN TODAY IN DURHAM COURT 
YOUNG MAN TELLS OF JULY 7 R0B1 ERY-SL A Y ING 
JURY PONDERS MURDER CASE 
JURY FREES YOUTH IN SLAYING 
TEEN-AGER ACQUITTED IN SHaaTI><G 

HAHLETT* KELLY SR« 

DURHAM MAN FOUND DEAD BY PQLKE AFTER BEING SOUGHT IN WIFE'S SHOOTING 
POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH 

MAMlETT, LOUIS WARREN ILEASBURGl 

LEASBURG MAN DIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

HAMLETT, MICHAEL LYNN IRALEIGH) 
MAN SAID TRADEMARK SATANICi 





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T, NOEL (MILTONI 
UTOPSY: 



HAML E TT • rtu CL inii.iuni( 

autopsy: stab wounds KILLED iflMAN 

MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING RETHED TEACHER 

HAMLIN. MARGARET UPCHURCH (DECEASED I 
OBITUARY 

HAMMETT. SHERMAN V. 

3 SENTENCED FOR JAILBREAK IN JATAUGA 

HAMMOND. CHARLES DR. 

SCL LEAGUE CHANGES NAME 

FEARS OF MENOPAUSE SAID TO BE UNFOUNDED 

DOCTOR SAYS FEARS OF MENOPAUSi LARGELY UNFOUNDED 

BONE LOSS IN WOMEN IS STUDIED 

ESTROGEN CAN EASE PROBLEMS 

HAMMOND. IDA MAE CARLTON lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HAMMOND. JAY S. (ALASKA) 
THE ALASKA FILE 

HAMMOND. MARIE K. 

UN(:lUTTERED SCENERY 

HORMONE LEVEL CHANGES MAY CAUSE PRE-MENSTRUAL SYNDROME SYMPTOMS 

HAMMOND. MICHAEL I A BC HE OLOG I C AL RESOURCES CONSULTANTS) 
ARCHEOLOGICAL STUDY IS DONE OF AIRPORT SITE 

HAHHONn. NICK 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN CHAPEL HILL SUIT 

HAMMONDS. CLEVELAND DR. ,„ , „ ^„, 

REGIONAL EOUCAIION CENTERS STILL SPARKING CONTROVERSY 

LARGER Classes, shorter schoo^ year weighed 

OFFICIAL SAYS BUDGET CUTS WON'T CUT TEACHERS' PAY 
CITY SCHOOLS OPENING SERIES 

HAMMONDS PLAYS DOWN EFFECT OF FUNDS REDUCTION 
"ASK THE SUPERINTENDENT" 

CITY SCHOOLS' TALK SHOW BEGINS TOMORROW NIGHT 
BUDGET SLASH may NOT HURT SCHTOL PROGRAMS 
HAMMONDS: MERGER NEEDS FuRIHE' STUDY 
REVENUES CONCERN DURHAM LEGISLATORS 
HAMMONDS A GOOD SCOUT ' 

HAMMONDS* SHOW AIRS WEDNESDAY 
EXCLUSION FROM TRIP IRKS HAMM:)n0S 
TEACHER STRIKES NOT IMMEDIATE THREAT 
HAMMONDS STAYS FIRM ON SUPPL£'<£NT 
CITY SCHOOLS' CAMPAIGN TO UPDATE UP IMAGE 
• "ASK THE SUPERINTENDENT" 

BUSINESS-EDUCATION CONFERENCE PLANNED 

CONFERENCE ON SCHOOLS SET MARCH 30 

CITY SCHOOLS DROPOUTS CUT SOX 

COMMUNICATION KEY TO PREVENTI-^G SCHOOL TRUANCY 

PAY ISSUE SPLITS SCHOOL BOARD . ,„„,, 

TIMING OF TFAChER supplement EXCLUSION TOPIC 

TENURE REVIEW SOUGHT 

PRE-SCHOOLERS NEED ATTITUDE AID 

EDUCATION SEEN IMPROVING 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS CHARY , , 

PHI DELTA KAPPA TO HONOR SCH03L SUPERINTENDENTS 

CITY SCHOOL BUDGET REQUEST »<■. 6 MILLION „=„„tc 

DURHAM'S 2 SCHOOL LEADERS SUPPORT TASK FORCE'S EFFORTS 

CERTIFICATION MAY REQUIRE MOR! MONEY 

EDUCATION TO BE DISCUSSED ,, „, ,, „„, „^.„ 

MORE STUDY PLANNED ON PROPOSALS TO CHANGE LENGTH OF SCHOOL YEAR 

DURHAM SCHOOLS WON'T VOLUNTEE' FOR LONGER DAYS 

SUPERINTENDENT TO DISCUSS TESTS 

RULES AMONG STATE'S TOUGHEST 

SCHOOLS' NEW POLICY AIDS LEARNING. ATHLETES 

SCORE ONE FOR ACADEMICS 

ROYALL'S TAX BILL COULD HELP lURHAM SCHOOLS CATCH UP 

CITY SCHOOLS UNINTERESTED IN STATE'S VOCATIONAL PLAN 

ARTS EDUCATION TU BE DISCUSSED 

SCHOOLS' ART PROGRAM PRAISED 

PARENTS IN POLK, HALIFAX OPPOSE LONGER SCHOOL DAYS 

CITY STUDENTS MAY FACE NEW RE3UIREMENTS , ,, „ ^ 

HAMMOI^DS: THIS YEAR 10 BE CHALLENGE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

ROSES FOR THE IR SERVICE 

CITY SCHOOL STUDENTS AVERAGE LOW ON SAT 

l')83 REPORT ON ACHIEVEMENT ,t.„,, 

CITY, COUNTY SCHOOL ROLLS UP AS NEW YEAR STARTS 

DURHAM SCHOOL ENROLLMENT INCREASES 

SAT SCORES NOT ENOUGH TO JUDGE CITY SCHOOLS 
SPENDING COVERS MORE THAN INSTRUCTION 

SCHOOLS TO CLOSE EARLY AGAIN TODAY 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD RACE ATTRACTS RECORD CROWD 

TEACHER MOVES LINKED TO ENROLLMENT FIGURES 

CITY SCHOOLS 10 STAY OPEN; COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSE tARLY 

lOTH DAY FIGURES SHOW CITY SCHOOLS GAIN PUPILS 

CITY SCHOOLS GAIN STUDENTS, 0< COURSE REQUIREMENTS 

NO SINGLE ANSWER TO EDUCATION'S PROBLEMS 

5TIFFER GRADUATION RULES GET FINAL OK FROM SCHOOL BOARD 

LANGUAGE, COMPUTER COURSES GR3H 



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2/23/83 C 

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10/10/83 



12/14/83 
3/26/83 



1 

10 
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11/29/83 B 
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H 2 9/10/83 a 9 



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S 2 3/12/83 A3 N M23 

H I 4/01/83 B 1 N L30 

H 3 4/27/83 C 1 N W36 



S 2 


1/04/83 


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N 


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H 2 


1/05/83 


B 




P N 


W24 


5 2 


1/06/83 






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1/1 1/83 




1 1 


N 




H 2 


l/l 1/83 






N 


W24 


S 2 


1/1 1/83 






P A 




S 2 


l/U/83 




1 1 


N 




S 2 


1/11/93 






N 


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S 2 


1/13/83 






N 


F0 5 


S 2 


1/18/93 






N 


X42 


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1/31/83 






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2/06/83 




18 


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H 2 


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2/26/83 






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S 2 


3/05/83 






P N 


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H 2 


3/06/B3 






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W24 


H 2 


3/08/83 






P A 




5 2 


3/08/83 






P N 


EOS 


H 2 


3/10/83 






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3/10/83 






N 


EOS 


S 2 


3/14/83 






N 


E05 


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P N 


W24 


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N 


E05 


S 2 


4/12/83 






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F05 


S 2 


4/16/83 






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EOS 


S 2 


4/27/83 






N 


EOS 


H 2 


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N 


W24 


H 2 


5/05/93 




20 


N 




H 2 


5/05/83 






N 


W24 


S 2 


5/05/93 






N 


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S 2 


5/13/83 






N 


EOS 


S 2 


5/19/83 






N 




S 2 


5/19/B3 






N 


EOS 


S 2 


6/04/83 






N 


COS 


H 2 


6/21/B3 




15 


N 




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7/01/83 






N 


W24 


S ? 


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7/06/B3 






P E 




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N 


T32 


S 2 


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N 


COS 


H 2 


7/27/83 






N 




S 2 


7/28/83 






N 


COS 


S 2 


8/01/83 






N 


COS 


S 2 


8/18/83 






N 


COS 


5 2 


8/22/83 






P N 


COS 


H 2 


9/23/83 




1 1 


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M66 


S 2 


9/27/83 






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a/29/93 




1 2 


P A 




H 2 


8/30/83 






P N 


W24 


S 2 


9/30/83 






N 


COS 


H 2 


9/04/93 






P F 


M7I 


S 2 


9/06/83 






E 




S 2 


9/06/B3 






N 


COS 


H 2 


9/09/B3 






N 




S 2 


9/10/83 






N 


COS 


S 2 


9/12/83 






N 


COS 


H 2 


9/13/83 






N 




S 2 


9/13/83 






N 


COS 


H 2 


9/14/93 






N 


W24 


S 2 


9/19/93 






N 




H 2 


9/27/83 






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W24 


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9/27/83 






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A'-.E 1 1 i 



HAMHGNOS* YeAGER BACk TEACHER PAY rilKE 

SCHOOL BOARD FIRES TEACHER 

HAHMGNOS ON AIR 

DURHAH CITY SCHOOLS HAVE HIGHEST OROPOUT RATE 

HAMHONOS. YEAGER OPPOSE TEST PROPOSAL 

OROPOUT RATE FALLS; STILL HIGH 

NOVEMBER INSIGHT: OR. CLEVELAND HAMMONDS 

HAMMONDS IN DISCUSSION 

BRQAO SCHOOL VIEW URGED 

YFAGER. HAMMONDS AGREE WITH 5 OF 6 SCHOOL PROPOSALS 

DURHAM FOUCATORS BACK PHILLIP^' FUNDING GOAL 

EDUCATION REPORTS HELPED 

HAMNEftt H- CLAY 

LiafRTY MARKET HILL 3E RENOVATED 
COMMISSION APPROVES ANDERSON APARTMENTS 
STATE MINORITY BUSINESS GROUP MEETS THURSDAY 
MELCOME advice TO SPUR DOWNTOWN 

HAMPTON, LIONEL ' 

LIONEL HAMPTON TO BE AT DUKE 
•VISE KING- BOOSTING DUKE JAZZ 
HAMPTON PRAISES OUKE PROGRAM 
DUKE CONCERT A GOOD TIME FOR HAMPTON 

HAMPTON, MINA 

NCAE EDITORIAL TOLD 'HALF OF STORY- 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE wf £ SET 

HAMPTON, RnsETTA (DECEASEDI 
OB I TUAft Y 

HAMKICK, SUSAN OLIVIA ISHELBVl 

MISS DLL IE SUCCUM9S AT AGE 1 0^ 

HANAN, DON SGT. 

CnuPLf BELIEVE IN PLAYING, 



AS HELL AS WORKING, HARU 



HANCK, KENNETH w. DR. 

DISCOVERY COULD LEAD TO ADVAn;£D COMPUTERS 

HANCOCK, GFJRGE IJAYCEESI 

PLAN FOR A SPIRITED HALLOWEEN 



HANCOCK, WILL 
HANCOCK: 
DURHAM'S 
COUNTY 
AREA LEG 
DURHAM'S 
EOUCAT ID 
HANCOCK 
CITIZEN 
WASTE MA 
ASSEMBLY 
N.C. SEN 
HANCOCK 
HANCOCK 
HANCOCK 
NUCLEAR 
STATE HO 
TAR HEEL 
AIDING P 
ROYALL S 
ASSEMBLY 
N.C. SEN 
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MISGUIDE 
HANCOCK 
N.C. HOU 
SENATE 
ino-DAY 
HANCOCK 
<, N.C. S 
BILLS SH 
BILL ON 
UNEMPLOY 
LOCAL fli 
STATE SE 

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BILL WOU 

SESSION 

DURHAM L 

SENATE A 

LAW ENFO 

BILL SPA 

PANEL OK 

LEGISLAT 

LEGISLAT 

BIOTECHN 

LEGISLAT 

SPECIAL 

SHORTER 

STATE NE 

LEGISLAT 



lAM c. "GERRY" 

PAY INCREASES MAY B£ 

5 LEGISLATORS FACE TI 
ELEGATION PLEASED WITH 
ISLATCRS- COMMITTEE AS 

FIVE LEGISLATORS GET 
N LAN THREATENED 
MAY INTRODUCE BILL TO 
APPROVAL SAID KEY TO ^ 
NAGEMENT BOARD CALLED 

L IMITS WILL BE STUDIE 
ATE APPROVES STUDY ON 
PLANS WEAPONS FREEZE ' 
GIVES PANEL DEADLINE 
RESOLUTION BACKS NUC L6 
ARMS FREEZE RESOLUTION 
USE BACKS NUCLEAR ARMS 
S SHOULD SUPPORT NUCLE 
RIVATE COLLEGES GOOD = 
AYS RESULTS OF LOTTERY 

PANEL Supports freez- 
ATE plows under nuclei 
nchise bill becomes la 
d bill 
WANTS TO Cut sessions 

SE TENTATIVELY APPROVE 
KS BILL TO CLEAN LEGAL 
LIMIT ON ASSEMBLY SESS 
SEEKS SENATE JOE 
ENATORS VIE FOR TOP Jl 

ow Sharp split on limi 

SESSION LENGTH AOVANC; 
MENT INSURANCE BILL HI 
LLS ARE GIVEN SENATE 1 
NATE TABLES BILL TO t'l 
menu: WASTES, LENSES. 
LD ALLOW SALES OF DOGS 
CHANGES ADVANCE 
AWMAKERS FORESEE SALA) 
PPHOVFS SESSION LIMITS 
RCEMENT KEY TO SAFE Rl 
RKING DEBATE OVER OPTT 
S ELIMINATING STATE RJ 
ORS: TAX PACKAGE FAIR 
URE TO STUDY WATER IN 
OLOGY STUDY TO HELP I -I 
IV£ SESS ION SAW COMPL' 
SESSION EXPECTED ON FA 
ASSEMBLY SESSIONS TO 1 
EDS SHORTER LFGISLATIV 
IVE PANEL STUDYING EFF 



TOP OBJECTIVE 
GHT STATE OUDCET 

POSSIBLE ASSIGNMENTS 
SIGNMENTS 
'PRIZE' APPOINTMENTS 

SHORTEN SESSIONS 

ATE OF LOTTERY 

SLJW IN ORGANIZING 



LIMITING LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS 

£ SOLUTION 

AR FREEZE 

REMOVED FROM PANEL'S AGENDA 

FREEZE 
AR FREEZE 
OL ICY 

STUDY SHOULD BE REPORTED SOON 

R FREEZE RESOLUTION 



OF LEGISLATURE 

S LANDFILL REGULATIONS 

SLATES 
IONS EYED 



TING LEGISLATIVE SITTINGS 

S BUT GREEN EXPECTS COMPROMISE 

r BY LABOR LEADER 



DEATH PENALTY 
SCHOOLS 
FOR RESEARCH 



AOS SUCCESS 

METRISTS 

LES 

JORDAN LAKE, HAW RIVER 

DURHAM 
X ISSUES 

IR DISCOVERY LAW 
E I SSUE IN LT. GOV. RACE 
E SESSIONS 
ECT OF COMPUTERS ON PUBLIC RECORDS 



HANCOCK, WILLS lOXFOBDI 

HOSPITAL TRUSTEE APPOINTED 



HANES, CA 
TRAP 



RL FRANKLIN ILINWOOni 

FIC CASE DEFENDANT DIES ON WITNESS STAilD 



HANES, LEWIS 

QUALITY CIRCLES PAY OFF FOR FIRM 



HAN6Y, MI 
THE 



HANKER. _ 
WHIT 
UNC 

HANKS, NA 
NANC 
MISS 
MS 

MEMO 
DANC 
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HANK 
HANK 
EXHI 

HANNAY 

HIST 



CHAEL lACTOPI 

INFORMANCER 

AEL MANFY ENJOYS GIVING INFORMAL SHOWS 

ACOe S. OR. 

£ CELL MAY BE NEW FORM 

SCIENTISTS THINK THEY'VE FOUND NEW FORM OF BLOOD CELL 



NCY 

y HANKS, ARTS BACKER, DUKF TRUSTEE 

HANKS' SERVICES SET FOR TUESDAY 
HANKS SERVICES HELD 
RIAL SET FOR FORMER DUKE TRUSTEE 
E FESTIVAL IS DEDICATED TD SUPPORTERS 

ART MUSEUM SHOWS GIFTS 
S SHOW WILL BE ON EXHIBITION 
S COLLECTION GOES ON SHOW 
BITS OF MODERN ART SHOW OJ K E • S NEW LIFE 

OGER OR. lUNC-CH MUSIC PR3FESSDRI 
OPIAN RECEIVES AwARO 



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10/1 1/P3 


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7 


10/lJ/n3 


A 




N 




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lo/jii/as 


A 




N 


1 OS 


s 


7 


10/31/B3 


r 




N 


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11/0 1/93 


B 




N 


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7 


11/06/83 







P G 


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7 


ll/ll/a3 


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1 1 


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ll/l'./fl3 


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N 


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H 


7 


li/0 1/fl3 


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N 


W/4 


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/ 


12/05/83 


A 




N 


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s 


i 


12/31/63 


A 




N 


COS 



S 2 2/12/B3 A 1 N Sa3 

S 2 3/01/83 C 1 N K")0 

H 2 7/17/83 10 P N CI 

H 2 10/10/83 A <. E 



S 2 11/10/83 D 6 N 

H 2 11/11/0 3 D 12 n N 

H 2 11/11/83 A 1 N W24 

H 2 11/25/P3 D 12 R S66 



S 2 6/l<,/63 AIL 
H 2 9/21/83 B 1 n U 



H 2 9/27/83 C 



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H 2 10/09/83 E 3 " F "98 



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7 


1/06/83 


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1/13/83 


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1/20/8! 


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1/29/63 


A 




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2/OS/83 


A 




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2/08/83 


n 




N 




5 


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2/08/93 


A 




N 




s 


2 


2/16/93 


A 




N 




H 


2 


2/17/93 


B 




N 




H 


2 


2/17/83 


c 


16 


N 




H 


2 


3/01/83 


A 




N 




H 


2 


3/05/83 


A 




N 




H 


2 


3/05/83 


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L 




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3/12/93 


A 




L 




5 


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3/14/93 


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S83 


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3/1 7/83 


A 




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046 


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3/19/83 


A 




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2 


3/19/93 


P 




P N 




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3/22/83 


A 




E 




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2 


3/2<./B3 


B 




N 


046 


H 


2 


'■/01/83 


A 




N 




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2 


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c 




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046 


H 


2 


<,/13/83 


B 




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046 


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2 


'■/15/83 


C 




N 




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2 


"./la/gs 


C 




J 




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2 


<,/21/83 


B 




N 




H 


2 


4/23/83 


A 




N 




H 


2 


4/28/83 


A 


10 


N 




H 


2 


4/28/83 


C 




N 




H 


2 


4/29/83 


A 


14 


N 




H 


2 


5/10/83 


8 




^l 


046 


H 


2 


5/10/83 


a 




N 




H 


2 


5/19/93 


A 




N 




S 


2 


5/20/83 


c 




N 


E05 


H 




5/25/9) 


B 




N 




s 


2 


6/03/93 


A 




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T32 


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2 


6/03/8! 


c 




N 


M2! 


H 


2 


6/24/93 


n 




N 


046 


s 


7 


7/09/93 


A 




N 


T12 


H 


2 


7/21/9! 


A 


1 7 


N 


046 


s 


2 


7/22/93 


A 




N 




s 




a/06/83 


A 




N 


T32 


s 


2 


9/23/9! 


A 




N 


T32 


H 


2 


9/28/83 


8 




N 


046 


H 


2 


10/01/93 


A 




E 




H 


2 


12/17/83 


B 




N 


046 



H 1 3/26/93 C 1 N 
H 2 10/13/83 A 10 N 



H 1 2/17/9! 



N 



H 2 12/02/83 D 1 P F W66 
S 2 12/00/83 3 P F A15 



S 2 4/16/83 A 3 



H ? 4/24/83 A 



7 


1/08/8 3 


B 


7 


7 


l/lD/83 


A 


in 


7 


2/24/83 


A 


19 


/ 


2/24/83 


c 




/ 


6/16/83 


A 


1 ' 


7 


9/15/83 


II 


5 


7 


9/21/83 


A 


1 1 


7 


9/23/83 


D 


1 n 


2 


10/14/83 


D 


10 


2 


11/24/83 


A 


14 



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1/17/84 



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M»Nr4Y, ><«K1CN FKOST (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

SSsHAH jiny INDICTS 3 IN FOX^-0 WILL CASE 
SqSen SENTENCeS IN C AS TL EHERRY CASE 



-""Sl«"pu§fIc^Sa»i"s"r/fl^'°Bk^ii^iS.KTN=cgiREi 



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KUDOS fOft ROYKQ, 



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""°'^i3^'HU'2!uES'rpi^NE*"c'Sr5.VAT CHARLOTTE MRPORT 
HAN DIES IN PLANE CRASH 

HARDISON HULLING CANDIDACY 
HAROISON, MILLIE L. "blLL" ( V ANCE -i RANV I LL E CUHM. COLLEGE 
V-GCC NAMES BUSINESS MANAGER 

HARORE. JAC3UES OR. ( UNC-CH PROf E S'.OR I 

DR. JACQUES HARORE. UNC PR0FE5STR. OIES 
KENAN PROFESSOR JAC0U6S HARORE DIES AT AGE 68 

HARDY. JONATHAN OALE 

DURHAM MAN FACES 3 CHARGES 

HARDY, MARY FRANCES TILLEY 
OBITUARY 

HARDY. THOMAS L. AND ROSE MOORE 
TWO SAY SURGEON NEGLIGENT 

HARDY. UAYNE 

GROUP NAMES HARDY TO POST 

HARE. JEAN 

COMMITTEE MEDIATES FOR NURSIn; HUME PATIENTS 

HARGIS. MARGIE BROWN IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HARGRAVE. ELLEN IBENNETTSVILLE. S.t.l ,„„„„ ,„.,c t ,.,c 

67 YEARS LATER, THESE WOMEN A< E iTILL MIRROR-IMAGE TWR4S 

HARGRAVES. BESSIE KING ICHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

HARGRAVES, JOSEPH N. SR. 
OBITUARY 

HARGRAVES, ZOLA 
OBITUARY 

HARGROVE. BURNICE J. 
OBITUARY 



(CHAPEL HILLl 



harkey. scott 

bitter feelings linger over lake 

"'"''"data general prints, binds school computer manuals 

harkrader. richard 

civic center in trouble 

HARLEY, KENNETH RANDAL ' 

MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF MURDER 

*■ REPUBLICANS WANT MORE CANE CREEK STUDY 
NATIONAL GOP OFFICE TO HELP LTCAL COFFERS 

HARMON, LYNVELT 

VICTIM'S NAME MAS INCORRECT 

HARMON. MARTHA BLOWE (CONmAYI 

2 N.C. MEN GET DEATH SENTENCES 

HARMON, VIRGIL (RALEIGH MINISTERI 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE ATHLETIC SET 

HARNESS, SANDRA FAY 

COUPLE CHERISH SPECIAL BELATHNSHIP 

HAROLD. MICHAEL (CHAPEL HlLLl ,,,,. 

U.S. POLICY WRONG ON CENTRAL AMERICA 

HARPER. BROOIE LEE (OECEASEDl 
OBI TUARY 



H 2 t/a'i/ei A (0 

5 ? =l/0''/"3 A 7 

H ' q/10/33 A 1 I 

S ? U/l'./83 C 9 



2 10/15/83 B 



HARPER. JERRY E. REV 
REMOVING UNC SI 

HARPER. JOHN L. DR. 



AR HAS WRONG DECISION 
(BRITISH BIOLO; I StI 



H ' 3/30/83 CI " A54 

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5 2 4/12/83 A 1 N F30 

A 2 4/13/83 B I N aSl 

H 2 10/05/83 N SB2 

S 2 10/05/93 A t F30 

H 2 10/25/83 B 1 'I 582 



H 2 4/27/83 A 4 L 

H I 5/26/83 1 N 

H 2 >)/ll/83 C 2 P F 

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H 2 iJ/l^/BS A 5 L 

5 2 11/15/8! A 1 N 

H 2 U/lh/93 A N 

H 2 2/24/93 A 9 N 

H 2 3/04/83 A 1 ^ ^'' 

H 2 5/28/83 A I N 

H 2 8/04/83 C 7 N 

H 2 10/03/83 » ] " 

5 2 11/03/83 A 15 F 

S 2 12/26/93 C 8 J 

II 2 12/27/8J a 1 I 

H 2 9/15/83 A T N 



S 2 11/17/93 C 5 n 
H 2 U/18/83 A 12 P n 



5 2 U/05/R3 A 3 N 

H 2 6/01/83 A 12 

H 2 9/04/93 C 11 N 

5 2 10/10/83 C I N 

H 2 7/14/83 C 6 N 381 

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HADPeR TO civF nor»N» lecture 

HARPERi JOHN PRESTON inAMAHAI 
OBI TUARY 

HARPER. JOHN Thomas (OECEASeOi 
OaiTUAHY 

HARPER. tENA E5IELLE CREUS IDECEASEOI 
O"^! TuARY 
OBITUARY 

HARPER. ROPERT 

REQUIRE B002E WARNING LABFLS 

"""glA?°S^C.'SlN'"Aih^iiES DREAH 3F .ECOHTNG PILOT 

^'""SivJs:;E'5b'F52?oS°°irG^u- hamper says 

HARPSIER. JOOY (UNC-CH HOUSINGI 

UNC ROOM RATES TO RISE 18 PERCENT 

HARRELL. CARLTON 

GRENADA THREAT MURKY. OMINOUS 

HARRELL. CINDY 

TAi(Cc BREAK 

NEJ YTRK MODEL KEEPS TIES ^^IT^ DURHAM HOME 
CINOY HARRELL MARRIES MORN „,^.,, 

DANCE FESTIVAL GETS BIG RALEIOM AUDIENCE 

HARRELL. EOmARD IHERMITI 

HERMIT'S DEATH STILL A "YSTERY 

"*"'*"NINE''pERS0N5*uaL RECEIVE DUK? HONORARY DOCTORATES 

HARRELL. ROBERT LOUIS IJUDGEI ,,,^„ 

isf BLACK JUDGE TAKES OFFICE IN WESTERN N.C . 
BLACK JUDGE TAKES OATH 

HARRELL. ROSE LEF LANG ,^,„c..t 

STATE TROOPER CHARGED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

HARHELL. SARAM NEnSOME (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FORMER AFS STUDENT RETURNS TO TUNISIA 

HARRELSON, JTHN OR. 

TREATMENT LESSENS rtlSK OF AMPJTATIUN 

HA8REL50N. MICHAEL AS6URY I BO IL ING SPRINGS! „,r-r,n,/ 

2 PROFESSORS AMONG <. PEOPLE KILLED IN WRECK NEAR HICKORY 

HARRELSON. ROLANO H. ( H I LLS80R0UGHI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIGAN. ANTHONY 

ARMS CONTROL NECESSARY 

HARRIMAN, PAMELA (MRS. AVERELL MAR^IMANP 
MRS. HARRIMAN TO HE SPEAKER 
DEMOCRATS FOCUS ON JESSE HELM', 

"*""'eRIc"'haSrINGTON takes first place in speaking CONTEST 

HARRINGTON. EUGENE „, , , . 

•THEN WE SHOwFO 'EM. ME MADE IT.' 

HARRINGTON. GENEVA IDtCEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HARRINGTON. J. J. "MONK" I5CNAT0RI 
HANCOCK SEEKS SENATE JOB 

I, N.C. SENATORS VIE FOR TOP JIU , 

MOUSE TABLES BILL TO ALLOW DO'S IN HOTELS. HOTELS 

HARRIS. BtTIIE LEE (DECEASEDP 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. BLANCHE WILLIAMS lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. BONNIE (WARREN CO. I 

MISSING PATIENT IS FOUND 

HARRIS. CARL N. I BULL CITY/SCOTT 01 L I 
OIL DEALERS NOT OVERCHARGING 

HARRIS. CHARLES REV. ^ „ ^^, 

FOLKS AROUND MERE: WITH THE H« LO SET 

"""'^AN^^Jal^'SS? ^F"!!??. TO SEE 2 KICKING IN DOOR 
2 FACE CHARGES 

HARRIS. CLEVELAND SYLVESTER „„,^„„„ 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING PROFESSOR 
HARRIS SEEKING TO CHANGE PLEA 

HARRIS. CONSTANCE 

POLICE ARREST 5 IN HOUSE IN DJRHAM 
5 ARRESTED DURING RAID 

HARRIS. DIANE 

STUDENT GETS STATE OFFICE ,„cr,.,T„ 

CRAFTED CHOCOLATE CONFECTIONS ARE HER SPECIALTY 

HARRIS. OOLIAN IR0I6DR0I 
RAINBOW RECRUITS 

HARRIS. EULA W. , „, 

EULA HARRIS VOLUNTEERED <|3 YEARS 

HARRIS. HAROLD J. 

INCONSISTENT POLICY UN ((RUSH <EMUVAL 

HARRIS. HAZEL 

WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN SHACK 

WOMAN'S DEATH SAIO BY NATURAL CAUSES 



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HARRIS. HJ2EL DiLORIS lOECEiSEOI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. MENRY GREEN "QUNKY" IChaPEl HILL) 
DBITUARY 

HARRIS. JA»IE 

HAKE LANDS JAMIE HARRIS 

HARRIS. JENNIE EFIRO ICHAPEL HiLLI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. JOHN IKITTY HAWK KITESI 

N.C. BLOCKS HANC-GLIDING X INC-< SOUGHT AT JOCKEY'S RIDGE PARK 

HARRIS. JOHN LESTER I6ULL0CK. AL.I 

SLAVERY CASE CONVICTIONS APPE4LE0 
N.C. SLAVERY CONVICTIONS ARE JPHELO 

HARRIS. JOHN T. I WlL-INGTONl 

KLANSHAN AGREES TO TESTIFY 

HARRIS. JOSEPH MCKINLEY IDECEAS6D1 
OB I TUARY 

HARRIS. JULIA WY4TT 

MRS. HARRIS. RETIRED NCCU INSTRUCTOR 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. KEVIN 1317 Etui ST.1 

POLICE SAY HOLDUP SUSPECT FOUND HIDING UNDER LEAVES 
CONFUSION SURROUNDS MAN'S ARRiST IN ROBBERY 
POLICE ARREST 2 MORE MEN IN RDB8ERY OF FOOD STORE 
CRIMESIOPPERS PROGRAM LEADS TO CHARGES 
CRIMESTOPPERS LEADS TO ARREST 

HARRIS. LEE AOElE IUNC-CH STUDENTI 
CHASE a» INGS CHARGES 

HARRIS. LINDA L. IRALEIGHI 

N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL nFOS 
EOMISTEN MARRIES RALEIGH UOMA'* 

HARRIS, LINWOOD EARLE lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. LONNIE LEE lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. MATTHEW DEANE IINFANTI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. MINNIE R. lACCIDENT VICTIM! 

DURHAM WOMAN KILLED IN ALIT0N03ILE COLLISION 
WRECK KILLS WOMAN IN PARKWOOD AREA 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. PHYLLIS 

WOMAN ABOUCTED. ROBBED 

HAN FACES ROBBERY, KIDNAPPING CHARGES 

HARRIS. RE« I INTL. ANO DOMESTIC DEV . CORP.. F A YE TTE V ILLS I 
OPPORTUNITIES WILL OPEN AS REIESSION WINDS DOWN 

HARRIS. RICHARD IBUIES CREEKI 
HURRAY FOR SEN. JOHN EAST 

HARRIS. RICHARD IRT. t>. OURHAHI 

4 ARRESTED IN THEFT OF PLYWOO") 

HARRIS. STERLING lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. Sydney 

E<TRA-TERRESTRI AL MODELS FOR HUMANITY 
HUMANISTS ARE NOT ALLIES OF C1RISTIANS 
WHO WOULDN'T MARCH IN A PARADE? 
ATTITUDES ANO TECHNOLOGY 
KEEPING THE MENTALLY ILL OUT TF SIGHT 

HARRIS. SYLVESTER ' 

PROBATION PROGRAM LEADS LAwBRfAKERS TO DIPLOMAS 
PROBATIONARY PROGRAM SHOULD 8= STATE MODEL 

HARRIS. WILLIE lUNC fOOTBALLI 
TERRAPINS ON THEIR "INOS 
HARRIS RECALLS 'THE PLAY- 

HARRIS* Z 3s "EV 

ELDERLY WOMAN AIDED BY CHURCH AFTER EVICTION 

HARRISON, BELLE THAROINGION lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 
BELLE THARRINGION HARRISON 

HARRISON, CLAUDE PATRICK I H IL LSBOKDUGh I 
031 lUARY 

HARRISON, FTHEL F, ICmAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

HARRISON, PAUL ROSS 

6N0 FOX HUNTING? DON'T MOLD YOUR BREATH 

HARRISON, PEGRAM lATLANTA, GA.I 
RADIO STATIONS MAY BE SOLO 

HARRISON, WILLIAM M. JR. 

URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER DRIVE PASSES 1200,000 MARK 
VIRGINIA EOWaROS left RICH. CARING LEGACY 

harriss. will 1am g. 

seventeen apply for vacant seat on county doaro 
Three vying for Clements' seat 
FIELD NARROWS FOR commissioned 

HART, BILLIE RICH I WORTH I NGTON. OHlOl 
OBITUARY 

MART, GARY 1 SENATOR I 

GARY HART TO SPEAK IN N.C. 

POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS INSPPE THE DEMAGOGUES 

WASTE HANDLING RAPPEO BY HART 

HART GETS SORENSEN SUPPORT 



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FORMER JFN AIDE STUMPS FOR MART 

MAST, HILLEQGE A, "MITCH" lit 1DAL.A5I 

DALLAS BUSINESSMAN ELECTED 0U< E TRUSTEE 
HART ElFCTED DUKE TRUSTEE 

HART, WES I SILER CITY I 

PUBLIC DOESN'T LIKE USE OF HASTE LANDFILLS 
KEEP AN EVE PEELEO 

HARTEL. MILLIE EOKARO lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HAflTIGAN, BILL 

FOR HARTIGaN. next HURRAH STARTS TOOAY 

aOOK AIMED AT ENTERTAINERS 

MITH 'ANNIE.' NEX DEAL OPENS AT DINNER THEATER 

HARTLEY, BARBARA 

HEALTH CENTER STILL SEEKING RECOGNITION 

HARTLEY, STAFFORD (CHARLOTTEI 

His FORECAST ABOUT WINTER BELIEVED NOW 

HARIMAN, DON 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE'S LIK^ THAT 

HARTMAN, GERTRUOE GAITHER "MOM" 

MRS. HAPTMAN, STEAK HOUSE CO-=OUNOER 

HARTMAN, MARILYN 

PROJECT "A BARGAIN- 
PROJECT LIFT A BARGAIN AT LIBRARY 
HE OR SHE — WHAT? WHY? MOW? WHAT? 

HARTMAN, WANDA PHRLIPS I MT . AIRYl 
N.C. MAN SENTENCED TO DEATH 

HARINESS, 6LANTQN A. IHENDERSONl 

UNIVERSITY HONORS HENDERSON MAN 

HARTSFIELD, JAMES IL0UIS3URGI 

THREE MEN ARRESTED; MARIJUANA SEIZED 

HART20G, EOITh S. HEIDT 
OBITUARY 

HARVARD, CARLISLE (MRS. JOSEPH HAR^AROI 

•ANXIETY' IS HER outlook: DURHAM WO"AN WILL VISIT USSR 
TRIP TO RUSSIA INSPIRES DURHAM WOMAN 

HARVARD, JOSEPH REV. 

TREMENDOUS RESPONSE 

HOLOCAUST; JEWS, CHRISTIANS UNITE IN DAY OF REMEMBRANCE 

HARVARD, WESLEY STEVEN 

ROUND-UP IN DRUG CASES BEGINS IN THREE COUNTIES 
MORE DRUG ARRESTS EXPECTED 

HARVEY, DAVID ANTHONY (SWANNANOA) 
SWANNANOA MAN'S BODY FOUND 

HARVEY, EDWARD R. IWALOORF, MO. I 
YOUTH FACES CHARGES 

HARVEY, GEORGE AND MARGARET IRALEIGMI 
QUADRUPLETS BORN IN WAK= 

RALFIGH QUADS ARRIVED EARLY, lUT DOING WELL 
DOCTORS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT QUADS 
ONE OF QUADS LEAVES HOSPITAL 
WEAKEST OF QUADS IMPROVES 
3R0 HARVEY QUAD HAS GONE HOME 

HARVEY, LUDIE HARVEY 
2 ARE ON BOARD 

HARVEY, PATRICIA 1 OHS I 
ESSAY WINNER 

HARV IN, DAV ID REV. 

PETITIONERS ASK FOR SHUTDOWN OF CHEMICAL FIRM 

HARWARO, HATTIE MAE MULIGAN 
OBITUARY 

HARwARO, JESSIE WILSON 
OBITUARY 

HARWARO, JOSEPH S. REV. 

DONATIONS NEEDED FOR EMERGENCY FUEL 

HAftWARD, JUDY J. i 

FAMILY ENJOYS NEW POOL, LANDSCAPE 

HARWARO, LANNY 

FAMILY ENJOYS NF W POOL, LANDSIAPE 

HARWARO, LESSIE MABLE 

SENIOR MEMBER TURNS 90 

OBI TUARY 

OBITUARY 

HARitfARn* NAAY 

PURSE SNATChER FOILED BY TENAIIOUS WOMAN 

HARWARO, STEPHEN C. 

INCREASE IN DUKE TUITION GOES TO TRUSTEFS TOMORROW 

HASEM2ADEAH, N02AR (N.C. ACT UN I V . I 

SURVEY INDICATES SMALL FARMERS LOSING MONEY 

HASKILL, JOHN STEPHEN DR. 1 UNC-CH SCHOOL OF MEOICINtI 
UNC PROMOTES 3 TO PROFESSORS 

HASKILL, PAUL G. (UNC PROFESSORl 
2 GET UNC PROFESSORSHIPS 
TWO AT UNC ARE GIVEN ENDOWED PROFESSORSHIPS 

HASKINS, BRYANT 

■STATE OFFICIAL SAYS LANDFILL 3KY AND SAFE 
N.C. LOSES APPEAL OVER CLAIMS FINES 

HASKINS, KATHAN (CHAPEL HILLl 
HASKINS V. HASKINS 

HASKINS, RON DR. 



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H4SKINS V, H4SKINS 

BELdw The gutter 

NO B606EHING auiLlTTES 

JM»T WAS POINT 3F DIVORCE-BATTLE STOrtr? 

ARTICLE SERVED A PURPOSE 

haSKINS* von DELLE 

SHARING. CARING AIDS CHRISTMAS AT BUTNER 

HASKINS. WILLIAM "RQO" 
OBITUARY 

HASLETT, BRIAN 

COMMITMENT SAIO HEY FOR EN TR c= R ENEUR S 



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HASSELL, GENE 

ANOTHER DAY FOR DREAMS: 



IN MIDST OF 100 HOPEFULS. BRAVES UNEARTH 



"ASSINGER. VIRGINIA lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 



(HILLSBOROUGHJ 



HASTINGS. LONNIE S. 
Ofll TUART 

"*^'^'MARiNE°LiEuTENANT''cHARGED HITH DATING WIFE BEFORE MARRIAGE 
MARINE OPTS FOR TRIAL BY JUDGE 
WIFE SAYS MARINE LI. NEVER PULLfO RANK 
MARINE REPRIMANDED FOR FRATERNIZATION 

HATCHER. GEORGE ERNEST (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

haTChER. RICK 

HATCHER tlUITS BULLS 

HATFIELD. JOHN a. JR. (GREENSBORO lAHYERI 
FEDERAL JUDGE CENSURES LAWYER 

HATFIELD. WILLIAM DP. lUNC-CH CHEMISTRY PROF.) 
HELIUM TANK IS TRUCKED TO DURHAM 

HATLEY. KENNFTH ERNEST I H ILLS BOROu:; H I 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HATLEY. PLEDGER ICHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

HATTAWAY. ALLAN Ray (SALISBURY! . 

2 MEN SENTENCED FOR KlDNAPPlt<„ 

U.S. SITORNE* IS THREATENED WITH CONTEMPT 

JUDICIAL DISPUTE RESULTS IN CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS 

FEDERAL JUDGE HALTS CONTEMPT ACTION AGAINST U.S. ATTORNEY 

PROBE OF BUNCOMBE ALLEGATIONS CONTINUES 

aUNCOMBF PROBE ENDS 

STATE GETS CUSTODY OF MURDER SUSPECT 

SLAYING PLEA BARGAIN REJECTED 

HATTEN. ROY ,,,, _ 

ALAMANCE CHAHBER SETS ANNUAL MEETING 

HAVELY. ROBERT S. 

MAvELY QUITS DUKE TO HELP IN HUNT DRIVE 

HAVIGHURST. KAREN , , 

BILLBOARDS OUGHT TO BE QUTLAW-D IN CITY 
BILLBOARDS? THERE ARE BIGGER WORRIES 
SILLBOAROS BRUTALIZE 

HAVLIR. DIANE (PARK RIDGE. ILL. I 

2 DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE FELLOWSHIPS 

HAVRILESKY. THOMAS M. 
TRY RAISES 

HAWES. CATHERINE OR. 

FUND CHANGES LOWER ELDERLY CA'E QUALITY 

OUkE PROFESSOR: U.S. NURSING HOME POLICY HURTS CARE 

HAWKINS. EMMETT KENNETH 

MURDER CHARGED IN BEATING UEaTh 

JUDGE aUIETS 2 OUTBREAKS IN MJRDE" TrtlAL 

JUROR EXCUSED IN REST HOME SLAYING CASE 

REST HOME OWNER'S WIFE TESTIFIES 

JURY BEGINS OElIBEKAIIONS IN TEST HOME MURDER TRIAL 

REST HOME OPERATOR GETS 3 YEaIS FOR PATIENT'S DEATH 

HAWKINS. GINA (DURHAM DRUG COUNSELING C EVALUATION! 
COCAINE PROBLEMS LURKING IN OJRHAM 
DRUG-ABUSE AWARENESS IS TOPIC 

HAWKINS. GLORIA IN.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL! 
KUDOS FOR KIM BEST 

HAWKINS. GLORIA MARIE lOECEASEOl 

CRIB^OEATH CLAIMS LIFE OF DURHAM COUNTY CHILD 

HAWKINS, JAMES MONROE (CEDAR GROVE! 
OBITUARY 

HAWKINS. JAMES R. (FORMER MAYOR! 

ROU MEMBERS OK PLAN TO TRADE LAND FOR WATER 

HAWKINS, JANE (PIANIST! , .,. ,^„,, 

IN TmE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

HAWKINS. JOHN (MINORITY AFFAIRS OH.. N.C. GOP! 
HAWKINS TO SPEAK TO BLACK REPJBLICANS 

HAWKINS, MARIE ,,,,,, 

SPEAK OUT FOR ANIMAL-PROTECTION LAW 

HAWLES, LAWRENCE ., ,, .. , 

•, PRISONERS ARE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 
<, CHARGED IN BEATING OF PRISONER 

HAWLEY, LEON LEE JR. "LONNIE" (CHA»EL HILL! 

COUPLE START MARRIAGE IN THE SAME PLACE AS FIRST MEETING 

HAWORTH, KATHERINE (RALEIGH! 
RUSSIANS ARE PEOPLE, TOO 



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1/25/83 
a/20/83 
7/2<./83 
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a/12/83 
8/30/83 
9/07/83 
9/08/83 



8/23/83 
8/24/83 



5/04/83 
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3/11/93 



1/26/83 
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3/11/83 
6/01/83 
6/03/83 
6/04/83 
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8/13/83 
8/14/83 
12/10/83 



1/18/83 
12/04/93 



3/10/83 
3/16/83 
3/31/83 



S 2 
H 2 



6/02/83 
6/03/83 



11/19/83 
11/20/83 



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H 2 

H 2 

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S 2 



1/08/93 
4/29/83 
4/29/83 
5/01/83 
5/03/83 
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11/05/83 



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5 N T32 

1 P N C52 

15 

9 



A 10 
C 3 



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C 15 



H 2 U/ll/83 C 9 
A I 1 



A I 

B 5 

A 10 

A 5 

C 12 



A 1 1 

A 15 

A 16 



M 2 9/24/83 A 



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S 2 



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H 2 
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7/25/83 
7/25/93 



8/19/83 
6/22/83 
3/04/83 
1/26/83 
4/21/93 



3/04/83 
3/04/83 



7/10/83 
9/23/93 



B 



L 

N J56 

N 

N 



N 732 
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HAYDEN. MARGARET (REP.! 



M Q N r H I. r 



/ANN 
1/0 



N A H E s 



STUDY SOUGHT FOR NEH STATE BEtEflTS PLAN 

HATOEN. RQSERT I POET I 

PRQGRAH SET ON HATOEN 
DISCUSS PDETRV 

HATES, CLIFFORD C. (DATTONA BEACH, FLA. I 

Two CHARGED IN ATTEMPTED BRIBERT CASE 

HATES, CURRT ALLEN ICHAPEL HILL) 

NAN FACES TICKET SCALPING CHA) GE 
MAN IS CHARGED 

HATES. DENNIS CLYDE (OECEaSEDI 
OBITUART 

HATES, HELEN (ACTRESSI 

HELEN HATES GIVES ART SCHOOL ISO, ODD 

HATES, HELEN FLOYD (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HATES, HENPT 

COUNTT HOPES TO CUT STAMP ERRTR RATE 

CARDS FOR ELIGIBILITT TO BE LATE NEXT MONTH 

FOOD STAMP RULES CHANGING 

HATES, JAMES EDWARD (RALEIGHI 

RALEIGH MAN CHARGED IN WIFE'S SHOOTIlG DEATH 

HATES, JULIE (LEXINGTON, N.C.I 

N.C. TEEN WORKS TO HELP DEAF PARENTS 
HER DEAF PARENTS GAVE HER A GTAL 
SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED 

HAVES, LAURA (WAKEI 

THE POWER VS. SYMBOLS 

HAYES, PERLENE WILLIAMS (RALEIGHI 

RALEIGH MAN CHARGED IN WIFE'S SHOOTING DEATH 

MAYES, ROBERT L. 1 6 1 9 HARNETT ST. I 

HE'S WAITED 8 MONTHS FOR ACTHN ON CASE — IN JAIL 

MAN RELEASED ON BONO AFTER 8 MONTHS IN JAIL 

JAIL STAY HELPED HIM FIND GOO 

THIS DEFENDANT HAS ALREADY PAID HIS DEBT 

AFTER a MONTHS, HE MISSES DAT; 



(OECEASEDI 



COUPLE'S SON NAMED BLACK ACHIEVER 



HAYES, RUSSELL SR. 
OBITUARY 

HAVNES, BARTON F. DR. 

CANCER VIRUS IS ISOLATED IN OJKE LAB 

HAYNES, CHARLIE 

RESTAURANT WILL REOPEN 

HAYNES, JULIA MCKEYALL ( H ILLS BOROU' H I 
OBITUARY 

HAYNES, RICHARD DR. 

TFXTBDOK FUNDS NEEDED 

TEXTBOOK SHORTAGE SERIOUS PRO'>LEM IN COUNTY SCHOOLS 

HAYNES, SUJANNE DR. 

PATTERNS OF HEART DISEASE IN JOMEN ANALYZED 
WIFE'S WORK MAY AFFECT HUSBAND'S HEART 

HAYNES, TROY IGOLFFRI 

HAYNES, BOYD BLISTER HILLANDALE 
HAYNES LEADS HERALO-SUN BIRDIE 9L I T I 

HAYNES, WENDELL 
DURHAM ' 

HATNIE, ROBERTA 

ARGUMENT OVER JACKET LANDS IN COURT 

HATWARD, JACK I H I LL SBOROUGM I 
Onl TUARY 

HATWOOO, THOMAS EARL (OECEASEDI 
OBITUART 

HAZEL, F0£0 (COLUMBUS CO. I 

SCHOOL SUIT SETTLEMENT URGED 

HAJEL, NELOA (ROXBOROI 

ROBIN MOOD WITH A TWIST 

WHT ARE OUR MARINES SITTING DJCKS7 

haZELTON, GENEVA (OECEASEDI 
OBITUART 

MA2ELW00D, KENNETH RAT "BUTCH" (HIOH POINTI 
USED CAR DEALER, EMPLOTEE SLAIN 

HA2EN. RONNIE 

SPRATING PARAQUAT NO WAY TO DESTROY POT 
LAWMAKERS NEED NEW FORMAT 

HA2LEHURST, PAUL D. ICHAPEL MILLI 

STOP PRINTING NAMES OF VICTIMS 

HEARD, ALEXANDER 

HEARD PLANS UNC-G SPEECH ON APRIL 11 

HEARN, THOMAS K. JR. 

FINALISTS LIST FOR EAKE FOREST POST QUERIED 
WAKE PRESIDENT SEARCH NARROWED TO 2 CHOICES 
PRESBTIERIAN SAID SELECTED FOR WFU POST 
WAKE FOREST PRESIDENT ELECTED 
WAKE FOREST PRESIDENT INAUGURATED 

HEATER, BO'>ERT 

RDU AIRPORT TAX BOARD REORGANIZES 

HEATH, THOMAS H. 

The IRREPRESSIBLE HO 

HEATON, LEONARD DUDLET IDECEASEOI 
FORMER ARMT DOCTOR HEATON 

HEBERLING, PAUL LOUIS (HOLLTWOOO, FLI 

FIVE INDICTED IN MARIJUANA BALE DUMPING 

HEDGEP6TH, EO (RALEIGHI 



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12/15/83 


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2/10/83 
2/U/83 


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9/08/83 


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11/25/83 


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6/08/83 
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1/02/83 


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3/18/83 


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9/20/83 
10/15/83 


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7/13/83 


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7/0<./83 
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3/17/83 


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<./15/83 


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H 2 


7/31/83 


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9/21/33 


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6/11/33 
10/28/83 


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3/26/83 


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12/31/83 


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3/31/83 
9/03/83 


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10/21/83 


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3/30/83 


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6/16/83 
6/22/83 
6/23/83 
6/2'./83 
11/05/83 


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9/12/83 


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Y / A N N u 



aiNGO »SS0C!aT1DN MEiO DEFENDS SMiRE CHARITIES GET 
ILLS (CHAPEL HILLI 



iaoups ARE curicuEO by LOaansT 



HEOGEPETM, EDNA 
OBITUARY 

HEOLUNOt JAY 

CAMPAIGN Funding 

HEDRICK, MADELEINE jOnNSON 

MUSEUI GETS GIFT OF 442,000 

HEORICK, DLGA IPINE KNOLL SHORES! 

WOMAN CHARGED IN MOTHER'S DEATH 

HEFNER. M. G. -BILL" IREP.l 

FOREST SALE PLAN DENOUNCED 

HEIOLAGE* FRAN lOUKE RESEARCH ASSISTANT) 

YOUR VOICE MAY ONE DAY CONTROL A COMPUTER 

HEIORICK. MADELEINE JOHNSON lORANGf CD.l {DECEASEOl 

acklano getting BEOUEST 

height, david lee 

raleigh man convicted of 1st) shooting death 

hELOMAN, MARGARET HAMMETT (DECEASE)! 
OBITUARY 

HELEIN, EOYTHE 

DISABLED ENABLED TO STAY HOME 

HELLER, JOHN (APEKl 

DRAFT lam: STATEMENT OF CONSCIENCE 

HELLMAN. MARK 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS CHANGES PROPOSED 
ELECTION BOARD CHANGES PROPOSED 
BRING BACK THE MHITE ELEPHANT 

HELLMIC, ROBERT I. OR. (N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER! 
FUTURE SHIP BUILDERS MAY USE -OTHER NATURE 

HELM, JERRY I SOuTh DAKOTA! 

•HY NOT SHOOT PETTY CRIMINALS' 

HELMER, KEITH 

AGENCIES GET EMERGENCY FUNDS 

HELMS, BARRY EUGENE 

Tm3 murder trials iEGIN TODAY IN DURHAM COURT 
YOUNG MAN TELLS OF JULY 7 ROK! ERY-SL AY ING 
JURY PONDERS MURDER CASE 
JURY FREES YOUTH IN SLAYING 
TEEN-AGER ACauITTEO IN Sm00TI>iG 
youth held in motorbike robbery 

jane coble imps. jesse helms i 
Plans trip to dujham 

helms. jesse (senator! 

HELMS NAMED TO n.C. 'auT' LIST 

HEL"S TO RECEIVE a.arO 

APPEAL TO IGNORANCE 

HELMS BACKS REAGAN'S LATIN AM"^ 

LIBERAL FAIRY TALES FRQM MOTH= 

SENATORS' FILIBUSTER DISGRACES 

HELMS DOING HIS JOB 

hFlmS says hE MAS PROPOSALS TO 

ORAM The line on TAl RAISES 

LEAF LOBBYISTS SEE TOUGH TIMES 

HUNT AIDE CHARGES AD CONTAINEJ 

JAPAN TO allom sales of U.S. : 

PDRK-RABREL PROJECT 
'HELMS FOR SENATE' CO''MITTEE F 
HELMS TO GIVE SOCIAL SECURITY 
VOLUNTARY BUSSING 
HELMS FAVORS PRIVATE PLANS FQ^ 
HELMS' PLAN GETS NEGATIVE REAC 
ROSE CALLS HELMS' SOCIAL SECU' 
SEN. HELMS' PLAN MERITS CONS H 
HELMS CHALLENGES HUNT TO SERIE 
HUNT OUTS OFF DEBATE DECISION 
HUNT, HELMS PUSH FOR STATEMlOE 
HUNT: DRAM Shop PROPOSAL COULD 
MOULD JESSE HELMS JOIN A THIR3 
CHEERS FOR HELMS 
LIBERAL GROUP ATTACKS N.C. S£>( 
GROUP MAKING HELMS TARGET OF M 
ROSE, HELMS SPLIT ON LEAF LEG! 
ROSE RESPONOS TO HELMS' CRITi: 
HELMS ifOULO REPLACE SOCIAL S E: 
GROUP FORMING TO OPPOSE HELMS 
ACTUARIES: DEFICIT IN SOCIAL S 
hElmS defends Mis PLAN 
HELMS IS A SENATOR WHO STICKS 
HELMS, EAST CRITICIZE TREATIES 
GOV. HUNT ADDRESSES ANTI-HELMS 
poll: HUNT MOULD BEAT HELMS 
HELMS WITHDRAWS SOCIAL SECUR1T 
HELMS SAYS HE'S STILL UNDECIOE 
HELMS WAITS FOR JETTY REPORT 
HELMS SPOOFED BY Gi*IOIRON CLUB 
■GET JESSE' DINNERS 
CAMPAIGN GROUPS ARE CRITICIZE') 
THWARTING FRIENDS AND COURTING 
SEN. HELMS URGES COASTAL DRUG 
HELMS: RTP LAND WON'T BE SOLO 
VISITS PRESIDENT 
The JIM HUNT RECORD 
HUNT STRESSES POLITICAL UNITY 
MEETING SLATED ON INLET PR08LE 
HELMS TO PREPARE JETTY BILL 
HELMS WANTS TO TALK wITM PQPE 
HELMS TO SPEAK AT CAMPBELL UNI 
DEMOCRATS FOCUS ON JESSE HELMS 
THE JIM HUNT RECORD 

GROUPS Supporting helms, hunt 

helms: anTI-lEaF bill Can BE 1 

HELMS: WITHOUT U.S. AID EL SA, 

HELMS GROUP PEDDLES 'INNUENOOS 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD 

HELMS, ROSE PLEDGE COOPERATION 

HELMS: CHINA GREATEST THREAT T 

HELMS BACKS LEAF PLAN 

SEN. HELMS RAPS RADICAL LIBERA 



RICAN POLICY 
R GOO<.t 
The STATE 

REFINANCE SQCIAL SECURITY 

ON HILL 
LIE 
ir.ARETTES 

0RM5 

ADDRESS ON TV 

RETIREMENT 
TION 

ITY PROPOSAL ILL-FATED 
ERATION 
S OF DEBATES 

TELEVISION AlK TIME 

BE REVISED 

PARTY? 

. JESSE HELMS 

EOATIVE AOS 

SLAT ION 

ISM 

JRITY JITH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

ECURITY HAS 16< WRONG 

TO HIS GUNS 

DINNER 

Y PLAN 

ABOUT RUNNING 



FOES 
PATROL 



ON TOBACCO ISSUE 



CLASH 

EFEATEO 

VAOOR TO FALL SOON 

, UNTRUTH' 

ON TOBACCO 
AMERICAN TEXIILE INDUSTRY 



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H 2 4/27/83 A 1 N 

H 2 5/07/83 b 1 

S 2 10/10/83 C I N J56 

H 2 12/23/83 12 N 

H 2 4/12/83 A I 2 N 

H 2 3/22/83 A 3 N 

H 2 6/05/83 C 1 P F 830 

S 2 12/16/83 C 1 N 



H 2 


7/29/83 


C 


14 


N 


H 2 


6/11/33 


B 


7 





S 2 


1/28/83 


a 


1 


P F J06 


H 2 


8/18/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/11/83 


A 


1 


N S51 


5 2 


5/11/83 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/24/83 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


3/03/93 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/12/83 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


6/04/83 


A 


3 


N M23 


S 2 


2/22/83 


A 


1 


N F30 


H 2 


2/23/63 


B 


1 


N -MX 


S 2 


2/23/83 


C 


1 


H F30 


H 2 


2/24/83 


3 


1 


N B51 


S 2 


2/24/83 


c 


3 


N 


H 2 


')/09/a3 


A 


I 3 


N 


H 2 


7/02/83 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/02/83 


A 


16 


N 


S 2 


1/03/83 


c 


2 


N 


H 2 


1/08/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


1/10/83 


A 


13 


P N 


H 2 


1/11/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


1/11/83 


A 


5 


L 


H 2 


1/11/83 


A 


5 


L 


H 2 


1/11/83 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


1/15/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


1/17/83 


A 


1 I 


N 


H 2 


1/18/83 


A 


13 


N 


H 2 


1/20/33 


3 


2 


N 


H 2 


1/25/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


1/25/83 


A 


in 


N 


H 2 


1/26/83 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


1/27/83 


A 


I 


P P 


H 2 


1/28/83 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/28/83 


A 


1 


N sa3 


H 2 


1/29/83 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/31/83 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/01/83 


a 


5 


N 


S 2 


2/01/83 


A 


3 


N 


S 2 


2/02/83 


A 


22 


N 


H 2 


2/04/83 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/04/83 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/07/83 


A 


5 


L 


S 2 


2/09/B3 


A 


19 


N 


H 2 


2/10/83 


A 


7 


N 


S 2 


2/16/83 


c 


11 


N 


S 1 


2/17/83 


A 


I 


N 


S 2 


2/16/83 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/18/83 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


2/19/83 


A 


I 


P N 


H 2 


2/25/83 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/06/83 


A 


14 


P N 


H 2 


3/10/83 


B 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/13/83 


C 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/18/83 


C 


1 


P N 


H 2 


3/19/83 


A 


5 


H 


H 2 


3/21/93 


A 


8 


N 


S 2 


3/29/83 


3 


5 


1 


H 2 


3/30/83 


C 


10 


N 


H 2 


3/31/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


3/31/83 


c 


13 


P N 


H 2 


4/14/93 


A 


4 


J 


H 2 


4/17/83 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/19/83 


A 


3 


N 


S 2 


4/19/93 


B 


5 


P P 


H 2 


4/20/83 


A 


q 


P A 


H 2 


4/20/83 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


4/21/83 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


4/22/83 


C 


5 


N 


H ? 


4/22/83 


C 


18 


N 


H 2 


4/24/83 


A 


4 


N 


H 2 


4/24/83 


c 


1 


P N 


H ? 


4/27/83 


A 


10 


P A 


H 1 


4/27/93 


c 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/27/83 


A 


19 


N 


H 2 


5/01/83 


A 


19 


H 


$ 2 


5/03/83 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/04/83 


A 


10 


P A 


S 2 


5/02/83 


A 


2 


S 


H 2 


5/07/63 


A 


11 


N 


S 2 


5/09/83 


C 


2 


N 


H 2 


5/10/83 


A 


3 


N 



MQNTHLr/ANNUiL 



INDEX 
W/3l/fl3 



NAMES 



oalllinc off h.c. coast to be limited 
The ji« muni RECOBD 

helmst sose map stbategr on tibacco program 
the jih hunt recopo 

LAWMAKERS: Cut FUNDS TO IMF 

SENATOR JESSE HELMS: A HARO-wIRKINO STATESMAN 

REAGAN TO SPEAK AT FUND-RAISING DINNER FOR HELMS 

HELMS SOUGHT AID ON TOBACCO ISSUE ,,,,„ 

HELMS LOSES BID TO GET -SCRAf- LEAF RECLASSIFIED 

HELMS' TACTIC GETS GRAHAM OK , ,„ , . 

FINALLr, THE NEUS AND OBSERVE* PRINTS THE TRuTH! 

PANEL TO PROBE HELMS ROLE ON TOBACClT TARIFFS 

HELMS' ACTIONS ON TOBACCO TO IE TOPIC OF HEARING 

HUNT PLANS OUI ENFORCEMENT EFFORT 

SEN. HELMS ATTACKED FOR SERVING CONSTITUENTS 

DID YOU KNOW HELMS IS A UHK GJA07 „^,„,„.rrr,. 

ShaT NOPTH CAROLINA NEWSPAPERS SAY ABOUT VOTER REGISTRATION 

EDUCATION AGENCY SETS N.C. HEARING 

HUNT BILL EXTREMELY DANGEROUS ( AO I 

SOME TAR HEELS GET TASTE OF CAMPAIGN 

HELMS WATCH MAY BE BIG CampaHN SELLER 

OREOCING MAY NOT FIX INLET 

HELMS WATCH TICKS BACKWARD 

HELMS: LEAF PLAN NEEDS CHANGE"; , „„ , 

JIM HUNT SHOULDN'T PLAY POLITICS WITH OUR SCHOOLS 

HELMS: TOBACCO CHANGES NEEDED 

JESSE'S RECORD 

SHAME ON HELMS ADS 

REAGAN HITS TAX CUT LIMIT 

HELMS 'SALUTE* BIG DRAW 

REAGAN VETOES HELMS' SALE OF TAX BENEFITS BILL 

POLITICAL GLADIATORS PROMISE A SLUGFEST 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD lAOl 

LETTER-WRITER MISLED 

HELMS TO TACK TOBACCO RIDER TT RUBBER PLANT 

HELMS MAKES IT CLFAR HE'S RUNNING IN '84 

SENATE REJECTS AMENDMENT PATH TO BAN ABORTIONS 

EnuCAIION CUTS TO BE DISCUSSET 

FALWELL. HELMS PLAN DRIVE 

NORTH CAROLINA CAMPAIGN FUND TO DISBAND 

FALWELL. HELMS TO VISIT 

HUNT WON'T APPEAL STRAIGHT-TICKET RULING 

HUNT LEADS HELMS IN POLL 

EOMISTEN LEAOS FOR GOVERNOR — POLL 

HELMS. FALWELL LAUNCH DRIVE FIR VOTERS , r , ^r 

•REGISTER EVERYBODY THAT BREATHES' HIS GOAL. FALwELL SAYS 

HELMS auESTIONS ADS 

FALWELL URGES MORAL STANDS , , „ , ,, ,r„,cr 

STATE TAX BILLS: HUNT: DON'T < A I Sf TWO SALES LEVIES 

•BACKY BOYS' FACE HARD FIGHT 

KILPATRICK JOINS HERALD C0LUM-IIST5 

JESSE IN 'S". - VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE 

SIGNS OF HUNT. HELMS CONFRONTATION BUILDING 

GENTLEMEN, GIVE US IDEAS. NOT SERMONS 

HELMS AND HUNT AS DRACULA ICAITOJNI 

HELMS: 'B". RACE DOESN'T HAVE TO JE A BITTER ONE 

HUNT SAYS CAMPAIGN WOULD QFFE5 STARK POLITICAL CONTRAST 

RULING FAVORS HELMS' STAND ON TOBACCO 

N.C. FARMER LEADERS DISAGREE JN IMPACT OF SCRAP LEAF RULING 

BLACK PRESS SECRETARY SAYS HELMS IS MISUNDERSTOOD 

HELMS A MAN OF COURAGE. TRUTH 

VOTERS NEED NO HELP FROM MASSACHUSETTS 

ASSUMPTIONS ALL WRONG 

N.C. BRIEFS; HELMS WARNS OF CHAOS 

RELIGIOUS VIEWS ARE IMPORTANT 

RIGHT TO LIFE GROUPS BACK SEN. HELMS 

TEXTILE CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED 

WITNESSES SAY BLACKS FACE BARRIERS 

tl.7 MILLION RAISED FOR HELMS CAMPAIGN „„.,_>, 

HUNT, HELMS CAMPAIGNS AIDED Bf OUT OF STATc MONEY 

HELMS. HUNT GROUPS GET OUT-OF-STATE OONATIDNS 

HUNT SPOKESMAN CALLS HELMS' A3 'AN OUTRIGHT LIE' 

RADIO STATION PULLS HELMS AD AFTER COMPLAINT 

HELMS GROUP CHANGES AO 

WHO NEEDS MORE HOT AIR? 

HELMS GROUP ASKS PROBE OF AD ACTION 

HUNT-ALLIED FUND SPENDS t72<.,000 TO DEFEAT HELMS 

WHAT ARE THE REAL ISSUES? , „ ^^,^ 

TASK FORCE WORKING ON N.C. DRUG TRAFFIC 

helms: REAGAN WOULD LEAN MORE TO RIGHT IN ^ND^TEHM 

SEN. HELMS SUGGESTS COBEY RUN FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

MCDONALD WAS TO MEET HELMS , ,^ ,„„ 

HELMS' RECOMMENDATION MIGHT HELP STATE GOP 

HELMS WAS IN PLANE MINUTES BEHIND DOOMED FLIGHT 

HELMS SAYS SOVIET UNION 'A NATION OF MURDERERS' 

DRUG SMUGGLING HEARING PLANNED 

HELMS URGES MORE SANCTIONS 

'CALCULATED MURDER,' HELMS SAYS , ^„„.rr-, 

AIDES SAY HELMS SUPPORTS METHANOL PLANT PROJECT 

HUNT, HELMS PLAY WAITING GAME 

HELMS HAUNTED BY IMAGE OF TWO GIRLS KILLED ON JET 

TEENS USING ILLICIT DRUGS LESS—KOOP 

198* PROMISES ABSORBING POLITICS 

KING HQL IDAY 

HELMS SAYS HE WILL FIGHT KING HOLIDAY 

PRICE SAYS HELMS-HUNT FIGHT IT BE «|>;E';''ERED 

HELMS' CHURCH DOESN'T HAVE REGULAR FOOD-AID PROGRAM 

HELMS: AMENDMENT DENIAL SHOWS WEAKNESS 

SENATOR LASHES SENATE REJECTION OF AMENDMENTS 

SENATOR DISAGREES WITH CLUB 

HELMS SAYS N.C. WILL RECEIVE AID 

HELMS: N.C. TO BE DROUGHT DIS>STER AREA 

ANTI-AaORTION AMENDMENT MAY JEOPARDIZE BILL 

HUNT RAPS HELMS' TACTICS ,, „ ,^ 

BAPTIST ELECTION MAY PLAY ROL! IN SENATE RACE 

HELMS WITHHOLDS WILDERNESS BILL SUPPORT 

COMPUTERS HIT POLITICAL TRAILS 

EAST: PUBLIC HOUSING SHOULD B? PRIVATE JOB ,„„ 

CONGRESSMEN ENCOURAGE GROWTH IN PRIVATE SECTOR 

TOBACCO MESSAGE BILL MAY NOT SET APPROVAL 

HELMS EXPECTED TO CHALLENGE HS , , „. ,„ „ 

HELMS CITES MARXISM IN FIGHT AGAINST NATIONAL KING HOLIDAY 

HELMS WILL TRY TO HALT IRS ACTION ON SCHOOLS 

HELMS TO DROP KING FILIBUSTER , , 

HELMS' REMARKS ARE 'POPPYCOCK' PROFESSOR SAYS 

HELMS WON'T DELAY KING HOLIDAY BILL 

THE OPEAM STILL LIVES ICARTOONJ 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST SAYS HELMS AWAKENED BLACKS 

HELMS SWAPPED FILIBUSTER FOR =ARM BILL 

HUNT BACKS HOLIDAY. SUPPORTS DWi LAW 

SUPPORTERS HURT HELMS BY ASSAILING 'MEDIA ELITE 

•LEFT-WING MEDIA UNFAIR' TO HELMS ,„ ,,, ,^^„^ 

CUSTOMS OFFICIAL IS CALLING FOR BAN ON SOVIET ITEMS 

JESSE HELMS SETS FIRE TO KING HOLIDAY (CARIOONJ 

HELMS WANTS SECRET KING FILES RELEASED To SENATE 

HELMS SEEKS NEW DRUG LAWS 



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5/27/83 A 
5/29/83 A 
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6/19/83 A 
6/I9/B3 D 
6/22/83 A 
6/23/83 A 
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7/28/83 D 
7/29/83 C 
3/01/83 A 
8/02/83 A 
8/06/83 A 
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8/10/93 A 
8/1 1/83 C 
8/12/83 A 
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8/14/83 A 
8/23/83 A 
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9/02/83 C 
9/02/83 A 
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9/09/83 A 
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9/13/83 C 
9/14/83 A 
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MELWS' CHiRGcS SMQULO BE tNVESIIGilEO 
HELKS SCaRES A COUP FOR NE.1 nSACCa 3ILL 
•HILOERNESS' OESIGNaTIQN SOUGHT FOR GREAT S'<|JKIES 
HEL-'S OENIEO EARLY HEARING ON ACCESS TO KING PAPERS 
YES TO LETTtR CnNTENTS; NO TO RESPONSE 
NAACP TARGETS: mELNS, RACISN 

KING XAS BamOy playboy, but LIYAl a»ER IC a N-- AUTHOR 
HELMS TO CONTINUE FIGHT AGAINiT KING HOLIDAY 
FEDERAL FILES ON KING SHOULD 3E MADE PUBLIC 

NAACP TO fight melhs re-election 

SEN. HELMS URGES PROPER HEARHG ON KING HOLIDAY 

HELMS' MOTION LDSES 

N.C. SHOULD BF PROUD OF hFLMS 

HELMS LOSES KING VOTE BATTLE; JUDGE REJECTS BID TO UNSEAL FPI DOCUMENTS 

15-YEAR FIGHT ENDS MITH KING HOLIDAY 

HELMS IN GARBAGE CAS MiTH FBI FILES UN MARTIN LUTHER KING ICARTOONI 

N.C. BLACKSi DEMOCRATS SAY STAND MILL HURT HELMS 

HOLIDAY HONORS MQRE THAN KING 

N.C. SENATORS REPRESENT STATEi COUNTRY WELL 

HELMS TO CONTINUE FIGHT TO OBTAIN FBI'S KING FILES 

BACKING ORGAN NETWORK 

KING HOLIDAY APPROVED KlTHOUT LOOKING BACK 

'SYMBOLIC VOTE GIVEN AGAINST SCHOOL BUSING 

HFLHS defends stand against king HOLIDAY 

HELMS: MANY BLACKS OPPOSEO HOLIDAY 

FEM SENATORS FELL FOR HELMS' ARGUMENTS ON KING BILL 

THANKS FOR ThE memories 

VIEWS ON BEIRUT MISSION CLASH 

HELMS' 'DEAR JIM' LETTER ISSUES DEBATE CHALLENGE 

SEN. HELMS WAS WRONG; SENATE JAS RIGHT 

ASHAMED! , , 

POLL HAS HUNT LEADING HELMS BY 6 PERCENT 

CAN'T PEOPLE DISAGREE WITHOUT NAME-CALLING? 

BLACKS CAN'T GET FAIR SHAKE Wl THJUT DUQTAS 

•FREE AT LAST, FREE AT LAST — ■ (CARTOON) 

25 MORE COUNTIES GET DROUGHT AID 

GOP SPLIT ON HELMS' KING STANT 

KINDLE The HUNT-HELMS FIRE 

BUSING ISSUE KEEPS HELMS IN THE FRAY 

GRAHAM, smith: POLITICAL WARFARE, NO QUARTER GIVEN 

HELMS SEES BIAS IN PIPELINE ISSUE 

ROYKO HAS GUTS — LIKE A PREGNA-IT SOw PIG 

ADO HELMS TO 'GREAT SOVIET RESOURCES' LIST 

POLL SHOWS HUNT, HELMS WOULD J£ WOOING FEW UNOECIDEO 

HELMS STILL A TOUGH FOE 

HELMS SAYS HUNT HURTING TEXTILE, LEAF INDUSTRIES 

HELMS, HUNT AIDES DISAGREE WITH POLLSTER 

HELMS, EAST NOT HEADING REaGah'S N.C. CAMPAIGN 

OFFICIALS SAY CAMPAIGNS TO FOCuS ON cCOHJNY 

FLAHERTY CALLS FOR DEBATE BEThEEN HUNT AND HELMS 

HELMS PREDICTS ENACTMENT OF TD 8 AC CO-0 A I R Y LEGISLATION 

SNOOPING REDUCES FRAUD IN F0D1 STAMP PROGRAM 

MAGAZINE MAKES HELMS GO UNLISTED 

HELMS CHEERED ON GASTON STAND 

SENATOR DIDN'T FLIP-FLOP , ,, ^r„r.^c 

HUNT AND HELMS AGREE TO ADDRESS DRUG AND ALCUHJL ABUSE CONFERENCE 

CAMPAIGN SPURS RACIAL FEARS 

WRITER RAISES RED SCARE 

VICE PRESIDENT WILL ATTEND DEC. t> DINNER FOR HELMS 

VIRGINIA BEACH MAYOR SAYS PIPiLINE M4DE POLITICAL ISSUE 

TOBACCO-DAIRY BILL VETO Thrfit CONCERNS hElms 

WILDERNESS ;ILL DISAGREEMENT NOT RESOLvfD 

HELMS COMMITTEE SENDS LETTERS SAYING HUNT TOO CLOSc TO LABOR 

16 MORE N.C. COUNTIES ELIGIBLE FOR DROUGHT AID 

PRESIDENT SIGNS MILK SUPPORT 'IILL 

DEMOCRATS' ADS ATTACK hFLMS' VOTING RECORD 

HELMS URGED REAGAN TO SIGN LEAF-DAIRY BILL 

HELMS' Supporters say ads incorrect 

HELMS PANEL protests ADS ON RADIO 

HUNT SAYS RADIO AD FUROR IS OVERSTATED 

HELMS' GROUP UNVEILS COMMERCIALS 

HUNT QUESTIONS AD DISPUTE , , „ 

SMEAR CAMPAIGNS WiLL HURT N.C. 'S RcPUTaTION 

BUSH TO SPEAK AT HELMS FUND-SlISING DINNER 

WHERE DO YOU STAND, JIM7 (ADi 

HELMS SAYS GROUP PROBABLY WENT TOO FAR ON ADS 

BUSH URGES VOTES FOR REAGAN, HELMS 

DEMOCRATS CONCERNED ABOUT FUNIS 

PRESS SHOULD APPLY 'ULTRA' EVENHANOEDLY 

HUNT SEES LOT OF 'ISSUE ADS' 

BAKER PRAISES HELMS 

HUNT SAYS HEL"S' TACTICS MAKING ENEMIES FOR N.C. 

hunt-helms race may be most watched in wb* 
hunt disputes green's compla im t 

hfl"?"s?okes5a"s5yI hunt 'p^liticuing crime fighting; 

helms says he's not sponsor 0= bill on vatican relations 

helms says he is not sponsor df vatican bill 

n.c. clergy split on vatican ties 

helms, hunt pressed to malt "legative" ads 

farm programs' costs are citeo 

senator 'not interested' in rjnning for president 

lawyer recommended for federa. judgeship 

preliminary sparring match in senate race highlights '33 

helms. jesse, ratings 

helms leads hunt in poll . , , „ 

helms. east ranked low by conservation gkqup 
helms, martin flunk test 
", gop lawmakers say 'grades' jnfair 

helms, mike 

mike helms arrested on drug clunts , ,, „ ,-, 
helms pleads guilty, faces sentencing on drug felonics 
former deacon helms sentenced 
helms says he's going right t! ack 

MIKE HELMS ARRESTED AGAIN, Charged In COCAINE aUST 
WINSION-SALEM POLICE SAY COCAINE HAUL SET RECORD 

HELMS. PARKS (REP. I , ,,,^ 

STATE HOUSE BACKS NUCLEAR ARM-. FREEZE . ,,„ , 

HELMS BILL WOULD DECRIMINALIZE SOME MINOR TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

HELSEL, KENNETH D. (CHAPEL HlLLl 
OBITUARY 

helsel. virginia rush (chapel hilli 
obituary 

helsing, carl e. 

durham man leads power squadrons 

helvEy. Barbara imarylanoi 

belli coming? ruby's lawyer cleared for durham case 

BELLI WILL REPRESENT woman IN DURHAM COURT 
HEM8Y, JAMES B. JR. OR. (ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLtGE( 



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10/1<./B3 A 
10/16/fl3 A 
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10/17/83 A 
10/17/83 A 
10/17/83 C 
10/18/83 A 
10/19/83 A 
10/18/63 A 
10/11/83 A 
lO/JD/93 A 
10/20/93 A 
10/20/93 A 
10/20/93 A 
10/20/83 A 
10/21/93 A 
10/21/93 A 
10/21/93 A 
10/22/93 A 
10/22/93 A 
10/23/93 A 
10/23/93 
10/2<./93 A 
10/25/83 A 
10/25/93 A 
10/27/83 A 
10/27/93 A 
10/27/93 A 
10/29/33 A 
10/29/83 A 
1D/2S/93 A 
10/29/93 A 
10/23/93 B 
10/2'>/93 A 
10/30/93 A 
10/30/93 A 
10/30/93 B 
10/31/93 A 
11/02/93 4 
U/02/93 C 
U/D3/93 A 
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U/07/83 9 
11/09/93 A 
11/10/33 A 
11/11/93 A 
11/11/83 C 
U/12/93 4 
U/13/83 A 
11/15/83 A 
11/15/93 A 
U/15/83 A 
11/15/93 A 
ll/l(>/93 4 
11/16/33 A 
11/17/83 4 
ll/l''/93 A 
11/23/93 B 
U/27/33 C 
U/20/83 A 
11/30/83 A 
11/30/83 A 
11/30/93 A 
12/01/83 C 
12/02/93 A 
12/02/83 A 
12/03/83 4 
12/03/93 A 
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12/07/83 A 
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12/10/83 C 
12/12/93 A 
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12/16/83 A 
12/21/93 B 
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ALUMNUS TO McAO ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN 
ATLANTIC CHSISTIAN HEAD NAMED 

HEMINOMA*, WILLIAM (CATTIS ST. I ' 

« ARRESTED IN THEFT OF PLYuOQI 

HEMPHILL. CHARLES (MQOEL A OWNER) 

Charlie took thf prize at DEAiaonN 

HENOFL. ANDY 

HENDEL. JOHNSON PACK'S DEFENSIVE KEYS 

HENDERSON, ALFRED (LUM6ERT0NI 

2 MEN DROMN, ANOTHER HISSING 

HENDERSON, BEATRICE lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HENDERSON, CAROLYN (DURHAM CO. HOSPITAL CORP. I 
HENDERSON GITS HONORS 

HENDERSON, DAVID (DUKE BASKETBALL 'LAYFRI 

HENDERSON SINKS LAST SHOT, HILLIAM t MARY 

HENDERSON, R. JAMES 

CRITIC OF RATE PLAN ANGERS CAIPPELL 
ANTI-LtTTFR GROUP NAMES PANEL HEAD 

HENDERSON, RICHARD C. OR. (FORMER =IRST BAPTIST PASTOKI 
BIBLE-TEACHING DREH CROUDS 

HENDERSON, RICHARD OR. (ALAMANCE CT . I 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD DELAYS 3FF1CERS ELtCriON 

HENOON, WILLIAM IREP.-ASHEVILLE I 

COURT CONSIDERS HENOON'S CLAIi 

HENOON HIRED AS CONSULTANT TO PENTAGON 

STRAIGHT TICKET VOTING LAW SAID UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING LAW HELD UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

HUNT WON'T APPEAL STR A IGHT-T 11 KE T RULING 

HENDON STILL SEEKS RECOUNT 

PANEL DELAYS ISSUING RULING ON RECOUNT 

HENOON LOSES BIO FOR RECOUNT TF BALLOTS 

FORMER REP. CLAIMS PQWS HELD IN ASIA 

OFFICIALS DENY HENDON'S CHARGES ABOUT POwS 

hENORICK, AGGI 

RACER LIKES CHALLENGE 

HENORIX, JAMES P. JR. OR. IGREENSB3R0I 

DURHAM ACADEMY PRESENTS ALUMNI AWARDS 

HENDRII, LUCILLE GRAY (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HENKE, ELIZABETH (GENETIC COUNSELOR I 

DUKE TESTS REDUCE ANXIETY IN 'REGNANCY 

HENKENS, ROBERT DR. (DUKE UNIV. CHEMISTRY PROF. I 
MICROCOMPUTERS AID DUKE 

HENLEY, EDWARD A. MR. AND MRS. 

WHALE-KILLERS DESERVE SANCTIO'JS 

HENNESSEE, GILLIA DIANNE 

JURY CONVICTS MAN IN NURSE'S )EATH 
MAN GETS 60-YEAR-TERM 

MENNIRE, J. MICHAEL (MURDOCH CENTE^I 

NATIONAL GUARD CAME TO MURDOCH RESCUE 

HENNINGS, HOWARD GRAY (VASSI 

THREE HEN DIE IN PLANE CRASH 

HENNINGS, JOHN THOMAS (VASSI 

THREE MEN DIE IN PLANE CRASH 

HENRY, ALICE RICHARDSON (CHAPEL H IL L I 
OBITUARY 

HENRY, DAVID PROBASCO (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

HENRY, HARLEY 

STATE SPECIALIZES IN UNUSUAL PRODUCTS 

HENRY, 0. (WILLIAM SYDNEY PORTERI 
FESTIVAL TO HONOR 0. HENRY 

HENRY, ROBERT (HUMORIST! 

THE SERIOUS ART OF HUMOR 

HENSON, 0. WILLIAMS OR. 

RADIO DEVICE HELPS STUDY BATS 

HENSON, ROSA 
Oe I TUAflV 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HEPTINSTALL, JEFFRFY 

COURT ASKS UTILITIES PANEL TO RECONSIDER RATE CASES 

HERBERT, DICK (AMERICAN FOOTBALL C3ACHES ASSN.l 
HERBERT ro SPEAK 

HERBERT, GEORGE R. 

CARTOON A CHEAP SHOT 

RTI STAFF LOSSES ARE LEVELING OFF 

RTI INCOME TOPS l«0 MILLION F]R FOURTH YEAR 

HERBIN, LEVON IDECEASEDI 

HEAT KILLS AT LEAST 5 TAR hEElS 

herbst, eric iphysicisti 

duke physicists provide elect'onic fingerprints 

herman, brian or. (unc-ch professor of anatohyi 
unc researchers study cells 

herman - giddens, marcia 

China; physician assistant sees how ancient and modern medicine mix 

herman - gidoens, scott (orange co. i 
ohasa approves 10 pct. reduction 
owasa customers to get lox credit 



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H 2 2/18/83 A 8 N 

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H 2 6/25/83 A 1 N 

H 2 7/04/83 B 1 N 

H 2 7/26/83 A 9 N 

H 2 7/29/83 A 6 N 

H 2 3/04/83 CIO N 

H 2 11/12/83 A 1 N 

H 2 12/06/83 A 3 N 



S 2 6/24/83 D 4 P N 

S 2 10/22/33 A 3 P N COS 

H 2 9/17/83 B 8 

S 2 a/31/83 C 1 N 

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H 2 11/13/83 B 1 1 N 
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H 2 3/30/83 A 5 L 

H 2 2/24/83 A 8 N 

H 2 2/24/83 A 8 N 

H 2 10/07/83 C 9 

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» S'cClAI. riHe fOR FAMILY 



HERNOON. CLAIR H, 

PURCHASE SPARKS ANCEl* ON CQUNC IL 
COUNCIL*S PARTING SHOT MAS TO WASTE MONfir 

HEBNOONi EL15HA H. MRS. 

HOORAY FOR CRATE JONES 

HERNOON, FLOR IMEL w. 

ASSUMPTIONS ALL XRONG 

hFRNOON, FRED (CQNTRACTORI 

RETIREMENT COMPLEX: GIFT OF LAND GIVES YATES BAPTIST PROPOSAL A BOOST 

HERNOON, MILDRED ALLEN 
OBITUARY 

mERNDON, PFNNT 

TRADITIONS MAKE CHRISTMAS 

HERNOON, RU8YLEIGH 

NOWS THE TIME TO NEGOTIATE AIMS LIMITS 

HERON, BECKY 

COMMISSIONERS' FEELINGS ON NI^HT MEETINGS HIXEO 

COMMISSION APPROVES ANDERSON APARTMENTS 

COMMISSIONERS MAINTAIN OPINIO'«S OF N I GmT MEETINGS 

SHINOELL STILL HOLDING ON TO COUNTY MANAGER'S JOB 

SITE NOTIFICATION REOUIREMENT FAILS 

2 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPPOSE SALES TAX INCREASE 

BOARD VOTES 3-1 FOR ANIMAL LAJ 

KILO ANIMAL LAM GETS NOO 

COUNTY PLANNING DIRECTOR HOPING TO EXPAHO STAFF 

HUNT: PROTECT TRIANGLE HATER, BUILO MORE ROAOS 

TEER'S MOROS OFFENO HERON 

DURHAM OFFICIALS POSE MORTHHHI LE SUGGESTIONS 

HERRING, ANTHONY RAY (GOLDSBOROI 

BODY ATTACHED TO HEIGHT FOUND IN RIVER 

2 BODIES PULLED FROM TAR R IVE) 

N.J. MAN CHARGED IN MINISTER'S DEATH 

EXTRADITION RIGHTS HAIVEO 

DETECTIVE: ThO KILLED FOR MONf Y 

JURY TO DECIDE SENTENCE FOR MJROERS 

MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR SLAYINGS 

HERRING, D. a. JR. (JUOGEl , „ „ , „,, 

RESTRAINING ORDER LIFTED ON VINCE SCHOOL BOARD TAPES 

HERRING, DONALD H. IHILSONI 

N.C. MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO PRi:E FIXING 

HERRING, ETHEL 

ELPIE KNIGHT FEELS IT'S 



'GREAT' TO CELEBRATE lOOlH BIRTHDAY 



HERRING, J. HAROLD JR. (MOUNT OLIV:) 

THO FORMER JAYCEE LEADERS GET ACTIVE TERMS FOR JAMSCAM 

HERRING, JOHNNIE EDhaRD IKINSTONI 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED IN GAMBLI'JG CASE 
MAN IS SENTENCED ON GAMBLING lOUNT 

HERRING, M. DALLAS {ROSE HILLI 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES HONOR SANFORD, 6 OTHERS 

HERRING, hILLIAM a. OR. IBOONEI 
MALPRACTICE SUIT 

POLICE FILE ASSAULT COUNTS AFTER POKER GAME SHOOTING 

hERShey, h. garland or. 

hershey gets unc post 

hershey, robertson 

private schools say enrollment holding steady 

•position of strength' durham academy raises faculty salaries.. 

her2ig, oavid 

durham attorney disbarred 
lahyer disbarred by state coulcil 
herzig trial set for tomorrow 
her2ig gets 18-honth sentence 

EX-LAHyER GETS PRISON TERM 

HERZOG, hERNER (FILMMAKER! 

BLANK SERVES BEANS, 'BURDEN Or DREAMS' 

THIS 'BURDEN' EASY TO BEAR 

DREAMS ARE REALIZED 

filmmaker: his LATEST WORK IS ABOUT Z»NY, 

HESTER. ADOLPhuS (hILLSEOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

HESTER, ALEXANDER GRAHAM (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



OARING COLLEAGUE 



HESTER, nON 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: 

FOLKS AROUND h£RE: 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: 



hoh ABOUT That? 

This moderi horld 

LIFE'S LIkF that 
LIFE IN DURHAM 

LIFE'S lIk; That 



HESTER, EMMA LEE ICREEDHOORI 
PUT HATTS TO BETTER USE 
KEEPING UP HITh NEHS A CIVIC OUTY 
KENNEDY SERVICE TOUCHING 
PAY TEACHERS MORE 

HESTER, GEORGE PLYBON (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HESTER, HUGH B. GENERAL 

SERVICE PLANNED FOR HUGH HESTER 

HESTER, RAY DANIEL JR. 

DURHAM BANK ROBBED; 2 MEN ARR: STcO „ „ „ 

OFFICERS ARREST TWO MEN SHORTLY AFTER BANK HOLDUP 
2 CHARGED IN BANK HOLDUP 
DURHAM MEN CHARGED IN HOLDUP 

HESTER, ROBERT HOWARD (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HESTER, STANLEY (MARINE FROM FUQU A( -VAR 1 NA I 



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rwU N»R1^ES KILLEn IN 6FIRUT »RE BURIEO 

M£ST6Rt SWANNIE 

A CELEaSATlON OF SHARINr,: VOLJNTtER kECOtiNITION PROGRAM. 

HESIER. ZOLIA MAP (OFCEASEOl 
08IIUARY 

MESTONt CHARirON 

MOUNTAINS MEANT MUCH IN CLIMB TOwARO STAKOOM 



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, lOTH ANNl V. 



mEMEIT, TRUbIt 

SOLES PLEADS INNOCENT, 



POSTS IJNO OF 1^0,000 



HEWITT. ROGER DENNIS I G IBSONV I LLE I 
MAN DIES IN SINGLE-CAR CRASH 



HErOEN. SYLVIA 1ARTIST1 

SOLOS SHOWING NEm DIRECTIONS 



HICKEN. LES 

JORDAN JAll BAND 



HICHEY. JOHN L. 5. 

■MUODLEO THINKING 



FUR JAZZ FEST 
DOESN'T HELP KIDS 



IN THE MOOD 
ICHAPEL HILLI 



HiCKS. BEN 

FOR PAYING EGGHEADS. A MOZART TV7 

HICKS. OQN 

MURDERER LAREL FITS SOVIET UNION 

FAR LEFT DAMAGES NATION 

NATION FOUNDED ON FREE EXPRESSION 

HICKS. DOKOTHY SEAMAN 

WARREN COUNTY WOMAN IS HIT BY CAR ANJ KILLED 

HICKS. FOEO EVERETT IOECEA56D1 
OBITUARY 

HICKS. MICHAEL RONNELL (LOUISBURGl 
Two ARRESTED IN ROBBERY 
2 MEN CMARGFO WITH ROBBERY 

HICKS, PAUL SPENCER 

DURHAM MAN IS ROBBED, CUT 
THE LAWYER KNEW KARATE 

HICKS, RAINEY IGARDENERI 

GARDENER DOESN'T TAKE ALL THE CREDIT 

HICKS. ROBERT IDECEAStOI 
OBITUARY 

HICKS. ROBERT FOREST (WHITSETTI 

THREE TAR HEELS DROWN IN FLA. 



TRUCK ACCIDENT 



HICKS. TOMMIE DOUGLAS I H I LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

HICKS, WILLIE MAE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HIGGINBOTHAM. A. LEON IJUOGEI 

UNC WILL AWARD 5 HONORARY OEOEES 

HIGGINS, DAVID SCOTT 

MAN IS CONVICTED OF EXTORTION TRY 

HIGGINS. REID 

DURHAM TEACHER REFLECTS ON LESSONS LcARNED IN JAPAN 

HIGH. HETTIE PACE 

hETTIE pace CELEBRATES lOOTH SIBTHDAY 

'school SEEKS COURT REVIEW OF JUDGMENT 
SCHOOL WANTS JUDGMENT SET ASIDE 

HIGH. ZILPHA M. 

13, DOG TAKEN FROM SISTERS 



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SARA BARKER CENTER PAYS OFF MDRTGAGE 

DREAM OF ONE. EFFORTS OF MANY RESULT IN CENTER 

HIGHT. MARY L. 

The MUSIC FANS 

HILL. ANNIE PEARL IGREENSBOROI 
OBITUARY 

HILL. BILLY 

SHORT IN STATURE, 



BUT LONG ON GOLF 



HILL, DAN JR. 

DAN HILL JR. 



PRESIDES OVER HALL OF FAME 



HILL, DONNA JEANE (RALEIGHI 

PATERNITY SUIT FILED AGAINST WAKE OA 

HILL. DOROTHY (CHAPEL HILLI 
WOMAN IS STABBED 

HILL, EDWARD S. OR. (MARY LOU WILLIAMS CENTERI 

HILL IS APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF BLACK CULTURE CENTER 
MARY LOU WILLIAMS CENTER OPENS 

HILL. ETHEL R. IDECEASEDI 

MRS. HILL, WIDOW OF MUTUAL OFFICIAL 

HILL, GEORGE WATTS 

BRAINSTORM CHAIRMAN APPOINTED 
RTl STARTS SCHOLARSHIP 

HILL, GERALD B. ILUMRERTONI 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY FILES SUIT "GAINST PAROLES GROUP 

PAROLES COMMISSION WINS RULING 

PAROLE OPPOSED 

FORMER OFFICIAL PAROLEO 

HILL, GERBBIE STEVE (WASHINGTON, O.C.I 
TWO MEN ARRESTED IN HENDERSON 

HILL, JOVAL 

POLICE LOOK FOR ARMED MAN 



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HILL. JULIUS t. 

LEAVE JESSt ALGNE 

MATT HAS BLACKMAILED 

JESUS CHBISI IS NOT GOD'S DALGmTER 

MlLLf KATIE Sue 
OBITUART 

MILL. MABEL TnOHPSON (CHAPEL MiLLt 
OBITUARY 

HILL. HEfiRIHON C. 

BalEIGH «AN CHAa&EO IN MILL HJBOEa CASE 
300Y fOUNO; «alEICH HAN IS CHARGED 
MAN INDICTED IN SLAYING 

HILL. RALPH 

<H0 ARE The HEAVY BRICKS? 

HILL. TmADDEUS CALVIN (ASHEVlLLEI 
OBITUARY 

MILL. VERNON A. ICMAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY • 

HILL. WATTS JR. 

DURHAM ACADEMY PRESENTS ALUMNI AWARDS 

HILLEMAN. MICHAEL LEE SGT. ( MAR SHAL LTUHN. lOUAl 
BODIES OF TWO MARINES RECOVERED 

HILLIARD. CHRISTINE PHILLIPS lOECE'SEDI 
OBITUARY 

MILLIARD. JAMES BRADLEY 

MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

MINES. CHARLES M. I WASHINGTON. N.C.I , . 
Two CHARGED IN ATTEMPTED BRIBcRY CASc 

MINES. GLEN (WILSONI 

2 TEEN-AGERS PLEAD GUILTY IN BOY'S DEATH 

THREE SENTENCED IN BEATING DEATH OF 13-YEak-olD 

""'''sBi°AG£NT TESTIFIES EFFORTS MADE TO IDENTIFY DRDAK 

MINKLE. SUSAN AMNQTT IMRS. CHARLESI 
MRS. HINKLE NAMED TO POST 

HINKLEY. JOHN W. JR. 

PLEA OF INSANITY IS ON TRIAL ALMOST AS MUCH AS AVERY 

HINNANT. GOROON WAYNE 1 H I LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

HINNANT. OSCAR REGINALD 

N.C. COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL DJE TO PROSECUTOR'S REMARK 

HINSHAW. LONA MAE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HINSHAW. MICHAEL ALLEN (BuRLlNGTONl 

YOUNG BOY DIES PLAYING WITH ROPE 

MINION. ALYSE 

TEEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

WOMAN DESCRIBES SHOOTING 

WOMAN SHOT IN CAR IN GOOD C0N5ITI0N 

SUSPECT hELO in SHOOTING 

SHOOTING CHARGE FILED 

MINION. LARRY REV. 

DURMAMlTcS GO in RALLY 

ABOUT 550 DURHAM PEOPLE ATTEN1 MARCH 

LOCAL MARCHERS CARRIED BANNER 

HINTON. RANSOM (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MINION. ROBERT L. JR. (SALISBURY! „ „ ,, „„„„^ 

PRISON MEAD IS SUSPENDED AFTt* MISCONDUCT PROBE 

HIPP. CHARLES (SEN.l , , , ,^ 

•US VS. TmEM' OUTLOOK A DISSERVICE TO STATE 

n.c. should plan for statewide growth 

mirsCh. frank a. jr. (Chapel hIlli 
raising drinking age won't help 

HIRSMMGRN. OLGA (ART COLLECTORI 

TINY ART IN BIG EXHIBIT AT DU< E ART MUSEUM 
COLLECTOR WILL LECTURE AT DUKE ART MUSEUM 
ART FOR OLGA'S SAKE , „ c 

■PRIVATE ART' DELIGHTS IN HIRSHHJPN SHOW AT DUKE 

MIRSHMAN. CHARLES SR. 

ISRAEL'S ACTIONS JUSTIFIED 



HITCHCOCK. ALFREn 

TR1CK6RY MAKES 



<OVI£ MAGIC 



MITCHINGS. GEORGE HERBERT DR. 

PIONEERING DRUG INVENTOR PRESSES ON AT 7U 
fOUNOATION COULO HELP MANY DURHAM CAUSES 
FnuNOATION BOARD BEING ORGANKED 
FOUNOATION PICKS ITS FIRST OFFICERS 

"'""^IhE*h?TL£R DIARIES: EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION UY HOWARD HUGHESICJ 
UNC PROF EXAMINES DIARIES . ,.„ 

UNC PROF. HITLER DIARIES NEED MORE EXAMINATION 
REASSURING REACTION 

HITLER WRITING HIS OIARY (CARIOONI 
MIILER DIARY STDREIS RAPPED 



MIX 



MARTHA (HIGHWAY PAlRULI ,, ,, ,„„„„co 

FORMER PRO BASKETBALL STAR IS NOW A N.C. STATE TROOPER 



HO CmI HINH 

ImE IRREPRESSIBLE HO 

HO. RAYMOND (UNC PUBLIC TELEVISION! 

UNC'S hO said headed for ARKANSAS 



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MOBBIE. WILLIAM "BILL" HIRAM 
OBITUARY 

MQBBS, GARY ICHEWNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEAChERI 
CHEWNI.NG PUPILS TO VISIT -GRAJEYARO SHIFT- 
CLASS TO SEE 'DURHAM AfTER OAJK' 

HOBBSt JACE (CHATHAM CO.) 

(JhaTham boat BUILDER BRINGS BACK WOOD 

HOBBSt MARTHA BOWLING 
OBITUARY 

HOBBSt MARY BOBBITT lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HOBBY. WILBUR 

CONVICTIONS OF HUBBYt LEVI UPHELD ,,,,„ , 

COURT FINOS NO ERRORS IN HOBBY i LEVI CONVICTIONS 
STATE AFL-CIO ASKED TO REPAY iTTtJ-il IN FUNDS 
STATE AFL-CIO ASKED TO REPAY »77,7<,I GRANT 
THE KIND OF PROGRAM THAT BREEDS CORRUPTION 
HOBBY REQUESTS COURT TO REVIE.* CONVICTION 
SUPREME COURT TO STUDY HOBBY'S 1981 CONVICTION 
SUPREME COURT AGREES TO HEAR HOBBY'S CASE 

HOBGOOOt ROBERT I JUDGE! . , 

JUDGE WON'T UNSHACKLE DEFENDANT IN Z SLAYINGS 

HQBGOOD. ROBERT B. (BOY SCOUT I 

DURHAM SCOUT BEING OBSERVED A=TER ACCIDENT 

HOBSONt J. ALLAN OR. (HARVARD P SYCH 1 A TR 1 ST I 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS FREUD WAS DfEAMING 

HOCHBAlJMt GODFREY OR. 

UNC STUDY EYES RUBBER FIRMS , „,, , 

UNC-UNION STUDY TO SEEK CUT M CANCER RISKS 

HOCHMUTH. ELISABETH (MANNHEIMi GER'IANYI 
OBltuAR'Y 

HOCKt GARY H. (BLOOMSBURG. PA.l 
PARCEL NEAR MALL IS SOLD 
DEVELOPER PLANS SECOND BUILDING 

HOCKADAYt JONAS F. DR. 

SCOTT FINALIST FOR STATE POST 

EX-GOVERNOR SCOTT TO HEAD COMtuNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

TAR HEEL TAKES VA. COLLEGE POST 

HQOGEt OARYLE WAYNE lEDGEWOOO DR. I 
SHOTGUN BLASTS MAN 
VICTIM'S CONDITION IS SERIOUS 

HODGEt JOE 

CAREFUL NOW 

37TH ANNUAL hERAlD-SUN GOLF T3URNEY 

HODGEt PAT (DURHAM BULLSI 

THIRD BASE THE Charm for mOOGE 7 

HQOGEt UHORLEN 0. (hILLSBOROUGHI 
OBITUARY 

HQOGES. BETTY 

HERALD STYLE EDITOR WINS FIVE STATE AWARDS 

SUMMER PROGRAMS 

A TIMELY CONTRIBUTION 

HOOGESt BRANDON B. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

HODGES. CARL 

NEW LEAF TYPES AVAILABLE 

HIGHER DUALITY LEAF SOUGHT 

A FAREWELL TO FARMS 

COUNTY FARMERS NEED RAIN FOR TOBACCO CROP 

CITY FACES NO WATER SHORTAGE 

AREA CROPS BAKE AS HEAT GOES IN 

RAIN HAS LITTLE EFFECT 

CARL HODGES HEADS GROUP 

HODGES NAMED PANEL CHAIRMAN 

FARM LOANS ATTRACT FEW 

HODGES SAYS DURHAM FARMERS STIUG&LE 

HODGESt £0 

'HERALD'S' HODGES HEADED FOR WILLIAMSBURG SUMMIT 

SEXIST LANGUAGE DEPLORED 

VIVE LA DIFFERENCE 

CAIERER IS RILED BY FOOD STORY 

CHAT WITH CHAMP A HALF CENTURY AGO 

SKY'S UNSEEN BORDERS DRAW FEA^S FROM FLIER 

'HERALD'S' HODGES OFF TO THE ORIENT 

REPORTER GETS THE BIG CHANCE 

MUCH SADNESS STILL EVIDENT 

HOW TENDER IS YOUR PET? 

HODGES. HORACE (N.C. INSURANCE OEPt.l 

INGRAM DEFENDS OFFICIALS' COMPENSATORY TIME OFF 



HODGES. J. 
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Support firm announced 



HODGES. MARY LLOYO 

HENDERSON GIRL WINS STATE TITLE IN JUNIOR TENNIS 

HODGES. MELISANDRE LEE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: REPORT FROH BOHEMIA 

HODGES. SAM 

LIENS AGAINST BUILDER: %Zb,9i,'i 

HODGESt SHAWN (SOUTHERN H.S.I 

HODGES WANTS TO TRADE CAMERA IN 

HODGES. V. GWYNETTE 

'SALUTE' SONGS STIRRED TEEN-AGERSt TOO 

HODGIN. STAN (PERSON H.S. FOOTBALLI 
NORTHERN MISTAKES TURN TIDE 

HOOGINS. CAROLINE DR. (EAST CAROLI'JA UNIV. I 
MATH TEACHER LOOPHOLE ATTACKED 

HODGSON. JOANNE (PARKwOOOl 



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rtOMEMAnERS pkOQUCE country MA)RET CO-OP 

HODGSON. MATTMfj lUNC PRESSI ,,,,„ „ ..riEu 

BOOK PRO" UNC PRESS WINS HlSHRY PuLlTiEH 

MQFFERT, RICH IKITTRELLI 
SEIZE THEIR CARS 

HOFFMAN. MAURtANE R. 0» . 

aOOJE EARNING LABELS USELESS 

«°"'*f,L'S''?jMi:irS'2?i'5^^u"NDS HAV-: BEEN MAILEO TO ACTORS 
PRODUCER DENIES OISHONESTT, SAYS HOVIE HAS HIS DREAM 

hocan, judy icmapel milli 

oiary''writing'"couRSE is offered 

hocan. lillian oattis ichapel hilll ijeceastol 
obituary 

HOLBROOK.^HAL^IACTORf^ THIS WEEK't HIGHLIGHTS 
HQLBRQQJ.^RHONOA^^^^ LONG TERN FOR KIDNAPPING AND ASSAULT 
HOLDEN.^HAROLD^H.^.GILMAN^P.^ER C0.,^^„^ ^,^,^^^^ 

HOLOEN. HENRY VANCE 1 BAHAMA 1 
OBITUARY 

HOLOEN. MILLIA" WOODS 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

HOLDER. COY SHERMAN (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

"°'";:Ail?:!^ liR^D''S5°S§lEL sues JvER speech rights 

MAN IS Charged MiTH shooting fellom <l4nsman 

HOLDER. MARGARET IMPS. hOmaRO hDLDERI 
GARDENERS ENJOY LILIES 

"°'"52IJ^'hIMS?S?E?-C^StER drive PASSES .200.000 MARK 

MUSEUM THROWS PARTY. CHOOSES ■<£« OFFICERS 
KEY VOLUNTEER ENJOYS -BEING" 
TUITION TAX STAND MISGUIDED 

hOLDREN, HELEN MARIE MARTIN 
OBITUARY 

'^°'-'-'S8LiN'D%E'HE:D°CENTR.L-S BOA» D 

""'■'•'gSrOENeS ENJOYS THE CHALLENGE OF GROWING MANY INDOOR PLANTS 

HOLLAND. J. DEREK 

SOMEONE SPECIAL 

HOLLAND. JOSEPH STEVEN IHENOERSONl 
VANCE TEEN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

HOLLAND. LUCY MAUDE O'MARY lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HOLLAND. OLEAN FIELDS IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

HOLLAND. RONALD ICARR6GR01 
POLICE REPORT ASSAULT 

""'"'■'hOLLAND: SAMPSON ABUSED INSIDE 
SOURCES CLAIM HOLLAND LEAVING 

HOLLEHAN. L. G. 

JOBS PLAN PROPOSED ^c=^ot 

SS^riiaup'jR^El'cM? ^S'j^^S'SL CONSORTIUM 

HOLLEHAN.^R. B.^^^ _^^^ OFF-DUTY OFFICER-S CAR « ' '>""'" ^ '^ 

HOLLIDAY. PAUL IGREENSBOROI . ,,£,,„ 

:lMr5l?E3ir?gjM'K.?!^^i2];Lrf fii^ASION OF FRANCE 

"°^'-'?5^F0Sg''!§\aE''SSeJiNGS; COMMTTEE 

HDLLINGSWORTh.^h.RRY^^ elected news COUNCIL PRESIDENT 

"°^^'?§S?SrTy;T'l:YfBuiVS^is'SrTi^S^^iRT EFFICIENCY 

HOLLINGS-ORTH.^-JLLIAM^.WECK |Q.> ^^^ ^,^,^^ ^^,, 

LAmSUIT AGAINST lamyER DROPPED 

HOLLOMAN, BOBBY RAY I F AYE TT EV I LLE I 
i INMATES LEAVE YOUTH CENTER 

MOLLOHAY, ANNIE LEE IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

"°'-'-°RE*C0LLicU0Ns'0F°!!0THER INVALJABLE FUR HISTORIAN 
""'■-"giUE'l^^PECT TURNS HIMSELF IN 
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'31/93 l/l7/e* 

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ME ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 8VL 

HOLLAND TO MEAD CENTKAL'S BOARD H 2 7/il/93 A I N 

HOLLOHAlf, LEE JOHNSON (DECEASEDi 

QBIIUABY H Z 7/J1/83 C 16 

MOLLOWAY, MARY ICwESrvItW APTS.) 

WOMAN SAYS EMPLOYEE'S DAUGmTE! "OBbED, CUT HER H 2 1/07/93 B 1 N 

DAUGHTER ARRESTED IN ASSAULT H 2 9/08/93 CI? N 

ARRESTS ARE MADE IN 2 CITY ASSAULTS 5 2 9/08/83 A 5 N 

HOLLOrtAY* MARY ANN 

BONDSMAN CHARGED IN PURSUIT Of CLIENT H 2 6/03/93 8 1 N AS", 

HOLLDWAY. ROBERT PETER (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 11/09/83 C 7 

MOLLOUAY, TESSIE BECK IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY M 2 9/27/83 C 2 

HOLLOUAY. TIMOTHY SPENCE I H IL LS BORIUGH I 

t375,000 BONO SET FOR SUSPECT H 2 12/12/83 B 1 N 

DEPUTIES RECOVER STOLEN CIGARETTES H 2 12/14/93 A 1 P N AS". 

HOLLOWAY, MILLIE JR. 

DURHAM LAy OFflCERS BEGIN ROu'JOUP IN BIG DRUG BUST 5 2 3/08/83 A 1 N 

20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SWEEP H 2 3/09/83 A 1 o N AS". 

TWO DURHAM MEN ARE TREATED FOLLOWING SHOOTINGS LAST NIGHT S ? 3/20/93 A 1 N 

BULLET STRIKES MAN IN HIS HIP H 2 9/21/83 B 1 N 

HOLLOwELL, CRYSTAL DEE IQECEASEDI 

OTHER DEATHS H 2 9/12/83 C 7 

HOLMAN. "ILL IRALEIGHl 

THANKS TO SEN. ROYALL H 2 6/2'./83 A 4 L 

ENVIRONMENT CALLED FAST GROWING CAUSE H 2 10/13/83 A 9 N G<.6 

HOLMAN* JAMES DR. 

•TEST-TUBE BABY- CLINICS CIVHG MANY COUPLES HOPE S 2 2/24/93 C 1 N M23 

38-YeA«-QLD WOMAN FIRST AT DLX6 TO ACHIEVE PREGNANCY THROUGH LAB H 2 7/13/83 B 1 N 

HOLMAN* JAMES HENRY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

OBITUARY H 2 3/02/83 All 

HOLMAN. JAMES ROBERT IMEBANEI 

ME6ANE MAN FATALLY SHOT IN P03LRU0M H 2 10/02/93 B 1 N 

HQLHAN. JOSEPHINE (ORANGE CO. I 

ORANGE DEMOCRATS PICK TWO FOR ELECTIONS BOARD H 2 5/20/83 B 4 N 

HOLHAN. MARGARET TUCKER 

13B1TUARY H 2 

HOLHAN. MARTHA (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 4/23/83 B 5 

HOLMES* EDWARD S. IPITTSBORQ LAWYE'il 

HOLMES TO LEAD ECONOMIC BOARD H 3 6/04/83 fl 1 N 

HOLMES* GARY THOMAS (MEBANEI 

ACCIDENT KILLS MEBANE MAN IN ALAMANCE H 2 9/07/83 All 

HOLMES. JAMES (DURHAM CO. FAIRI 

FAIR MANAGER WANTS BLUE SKY S 2 9/22/83 A 1 P N S09 

HOLMES. JOHN DAVID (MEBANEI 

5 MURDER CHARGES FILED IN BEATING DEATH OF MAN H 2 12/06/83 A 3 N 

HOLMES. JOHN III 

INTEGRATION CANNNOT ERASE DISCRIMINATION H 2 12/30/83 A 4 L 

HOLMES. KAThI (DURHAM CO. PROGRAM = OR HEARING IMPAIREDI 

SCHOOLS GET AUDIOMETER 5 2 8/15/83 C 1 P N COS 

HOLMES. MEREDYThF J. 

MUTUAL S(;L'S reserves grow H 2 1/21/83 A 12 P N 

MUTUAL SAVERS EARN «1.3 MILLnN S 2 1/21/93 A 11 P N 

HOLMES. PAUL 

PENICILLIN -TEST RUN- SAVED HIS LEG H 2 1/09/93 B 1 N B30 

HQLSCLAW. ROBERT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE FOURTH ESTATE H 2 7/29/83 B ITU 

WITH The FOURTH ESTATE H 2 9/10/93 B 1 U 

HOLSHOUSER. FANNIE (SANFORDl 

DURHAM MAN IS SENTENCED FOR KILLING SANFORD WOMAN H 2 1/27/83 A 21 N 

HOLSHOUSER. JAMES 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES HONOR SANFORD, 6 OTHERS H 2 5/18/83 C 1 N 

HQLSTI* OLE R. ' 

POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR GETS POST S 2 2/16/83 4 8 N 

SCHOLAR: CENTRAL AMERICAN FRAY OIVIOING NATION H 2 9/07/83 C 1 P U H49 

PERSHING MISSILE ACCORD LIKELY DOOMED S 2 9/16/83 A I N J56 

800 SOULS RUN DURHAM RACE FOR FUN. PRIDE H 2 10/09/93 A 1 P N L30 

ADD HELMS TO "GREAT SOVIET RESOURCES' LIST H 2 U/02/83 A STL 

HOLT. EARNEST 

DURHAM CAB DRIVER ROBBED OF «? 5 BY FARE WITH KNIFE H 2 4/02/83 A 3 N 

HOLT* ELIZABETH CARTNAIL ( H ILL SBORQ UGH I 

OBITUARY H 2 6/13/83 C 10 

OBITUARY H 2 6/19/93 C 2 

HOLT* ERNEST (TAXI CAB ORIVERI 

DRIVING CAB SUITS ERNEST HOLT FINE H 2 10/23/83 1 P F L30 

HOLT, GEORGE 

BRITISH-AMERICAN FESTIVAL GETS 160.000 GRANT H 2 2/09/83 B 1 N W66 

THE BRITISH ARE COMING! SO GET READY. DURHAM! H 2 10/06/93 A ION W66 

DURHAM TO CELEBRATE FKST VOYAGE TO N.C. S 2 10/06/83 A 1 N C05 

FINANCE COMMITTEE APPROVES Sn.OOO FOR 1984 FESTIVAL H 2 10/07/83 B 1 N S51 

HOLT. JAMES ChESLEY jr. (GLENOALE* MD. I 

DB1TUA,<Y H 2 5/28/83 B 4 

HOLT. LEON EARL (TIMBERLAkEI 

DURHAM COUNTY NATIVE IS KILLE3 H 2 1/09/83 C 2 N 

HOLI, 0. B. "MILO- 

COwBOY MOVIES SCHEDULED NEXT SATURDAY IN SILER CITY H 2 1/15/93 C 1 N 

IT'S SAGEBRUSH SAGA TIME NEXT SATURDAY IN SILER CITY H 1 4/16/83 B 1 N H6n 

IT'S TIME TO SEE OLD WESTERNS AGAIN H 1 10/15/83 B 1 N H60 

HOLIHOUSER. RALPH (GREENSBOROI 

GREENSBORO HOSPITAL SAYS DROP IN PATIENTS CAUSE OF FIRING 200 H 1 10/27/83 B 1 N 



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HOLTON. ABNER 

MHY HE ATTACHED VIDEO GAMES 
VIO EVICTION: GAMES DEPART Olm 
A CHALLENGE TO PLAY VIDEO GAM£ 

HOLTONt DEAN 

DAN RIVER aOARO APPROVES MERGEH 
HAIL CHANGE 

HQLTZt LOU 

HnLTZ AN OLD wtM HAND 
GOSSAGE GOOSES GEORGE 

HOLTZMANN, RICHARD IRIOGEwAY, N.C.I 
PRIDE OF RIOGEway; melon CAPIT 

HONEGGER. SAReARA 

FQOT-IN-mOuTm DISEASE 

■UELL. WHAT ELSE CAN YOU EXPE! 

MORE 'FOOT IN MOUTH' 

HONEyCUTT, lEROT d. 

mONEYCUTT honored FOR MORK 

HONEYCUTT, RUFUS HOMER I0EC6ASED1 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

HONEYCUTT. TRAVIS M. (ISOPEOIX CORP 
i-OUNCe CAST LETS ATHLETES PLA 

HONG. BILLY (GREENVILlEi S.C.I ' 
BILLY HONG'S DEATH BURNS IN Hi 

HOOD, ARTHUR CLIFTON JR. 

HOOD NAMED AID DIRECTOR 

HOOD. DON (DURHAM HERALD CIRCULATn 
MAN CHARGED rtlTH ASSAULT, ThEF 

NEWSPAPER EMPLOYEE STABBED 

HOOD* MARGARET S. 

HANDICAPPED STUDENTS' NEEDS Ui 

MOOD. SCOTT {DURHAM BULLSI 

BAKER. HOOD SPARK BULLS OVER P 

HOOK. AL0N20 L. 

FUNERAL SET TOMORROW FOR FORMi 
A. L. HOOK. DEAN EMERITUS AT E 

HOOKER. lOLA (DeCEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HOOKER. JOHN HOhARD JR. IGREENSBORD) 

DEATHS Called murder-suicioe 

HOOKS, BENJAMIN 

NAACP STARTS OPFRATION FAIR SH 
NAaCP OIRECTGO'S SUSPENSION OR 

HOOKS, DEXTER LAVERN 

2 HELD IN AUTO SREAK-IN 

HOOPER. haTTIE DAVIS IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HOOPER, REIO (GREENVILLEI 
DURHAM NATIVE CITED 

HOOPER, Ruby (Bu»ke countyi 

BURKE REPUBLICAN SAYS SHE KILL 
■OMAN SEEKS GDP BIO FOR GOVERM 
RETIRED DIETITIAN HANTS TO PE 
REPUBLICANS TO HAVE GUBERNATO* 

HOOTS, RICHARD IHIGH POINT! 

NEa TRIAL SOUGHT IN ROBBERY CA 

HOOVER, ANNE (NAT'L. PRESIDENT JUNl 
LEAGUE TO MARK £. 5 YEARS 
MEETING THE PRESIDENT 

HOOVER, RENEE (UNC-CH ASSISTANT DE» ^ 
GRaOS MAY GO BACK TO SCHOOL 

HOPE, BOB 

HOPE, DEMARET INDUCTED INTO PI 
COMEDIAN GCAO REAGAN NOT ' BUK 
IT MUST BE KaR 

HOPE, C. C. JR. (FIRST UNION NATIO>l 
BANKER CONTACTED ABOUT POST 
MAN TAPPED FOR N .C . POST WANT 
BANK TIES MAKE HOPE POOR ChOI 
fairclotm quits N.C. JOB 
BANKER'S FREE SERVICE A PLUM 

HOPKINS, DICK 

HOPKINS TAKES CINCINNATI JOB 
HOPKINS ENJOYS FINEST MOMENT 

HOPKINS, FRANKLIN 

Two MURDER TRIALS BEGIN TODAY 
WITNESSES RECOUNT KILLING 
DELIBERATIONS NEAPING IN MURO= 
MURDER JURY TAKES BREAK 
JURY CONVICTS NELSON OF ZND-D? 
JURY FINOS TEEN GUILTY OF MURD 

HOPKINS, JETHRO (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HOPKINS, JOHN (CAROLINA LEAGUE PR ES 
HOPKINS ELECTED CL'S PRESIDENT 

HOPKINS, KELVIN L. 

STUDENT PRAISES HUNT, SPAULOIf 

HOPKINS, RICHARD DR. IC0LUM6USI 
MAN KILLED OURING SHOOTOUT 

HOPKINS, WILLIAM 

SOCIAL SECURITY MONEY TAKEN A^IER B F A T I NG 



E UNIV. DOPE SHOP 
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AL FALLS ON HARD TIMES 



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BE NEXT N.C. GOVERNOR 
OR 

GOVERNOR Of N.C. 
lAL PRIMARY 



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TO KEEP BANK TITLE 
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3/31/»3 
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-24 


H 1 
H 2 


I/0S/a3 
1/07/83 


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1 
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H 2 


'J/22/93 
12/21/83 


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1 

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s/i'./es 


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8/28/93 
9/28/83 
9/05/83 



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7/16/93 


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3/31/93 

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9/18/83 


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6/02/93 


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10/0'./83 
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1/29/83 


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7/22/93 


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5/23/93 
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12/23/93 


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9/09/83 


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1/15/83 
5/26/93 


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H 2 5/05/93 
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H 2 11/18/83 

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HOPSON, CQNMALLACe (CHAPEL MILL) 
OBITUARY 

MOPSQNi OTHO LAURENCE 
OBlTUARr 

HORNt CARL 

HORN LEAVES COHHUNITY COLLEGES POST 
MAN IS CONVICTED Of EXTOHTlnN FRY 

MORN. CAROLYN ICHAPEL HILLI 
HORN SEEKS SEAT 

HILLSBOROUGH RACE: ONE INCUMBENT IN. ANOTHtR TO SIT OUT 
STEVENS SEEKS RE-ELfCTION 

PACE PICKS <. Candidates in board race 

TEACHERS ENDORSE FIVE CANDIDATES 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEfULS DIFFER 3N TAX INCREASE 

I MEMBERS KILL BE ELECTED 

FIVE SEEKING SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

FOUR WOMEN ELECTED TO CITY SCIOOL BOARD 

BAKER LEADS CANDIDATES IN SCH30L BOARD RACE 

HORNAOAY. JAMES M. AND VIRGINIA A. I GREENSBORO I 
GIFT SET FOR EYE CENTER 
HORNaOAYS* GENEROSITY TRUE MEASURE OF SUCCESS 



N A M e s 



HORNEt ANN CHARLES 

NCCU LAW STUDENTS' 



PROBLEMS 



HORNER. JACK 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE P- T SFT 

WILLIAMS FILtSi HORNER CONSIDERS RUNNING 

2 MORE JOIN COUNCIL RACE 

NEWCOMERS SEEK SEAT ON COUNCIL 

JACK HORNER'S POLITICAL CORNER 

CANDIDATES AGREE ON HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

FUTURE OF CENTER PROJECT CONCERNS COUNCIL HOPEFULS 

VOTE TO CHOOSE COUNCIL FINALISTS 

"A NEW VOICE WISHING TO BE HEARD": ELECT JACK HORNER lAOl 

CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY 

CHALLENGERS LEAD INCUMBENTS It CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY 

JACK HORNER'S POLITICAL CORNER IJDl 

HORNER. TONY GREGORY (NASHVILLE) 

Two CHARGED WITH STORE BREAK-INS 



ISANFORD) 



HORNER. U. E. SR. 
HOW MUCH? 

HORRY, CHARLES 

CAR THEFT CHARGE FILED 

HQRTON. ETHAN 

MORTON'S BEST SHOT KNOCKING F3ES FLAT 
TAR HEELS SET FOR ACC MARCH 

HORTON. FELICIA lAPEX ARTIST) 

HOSPITAL Shows ARTIST'S PAINTINGS 

HORTON. GEORGE MOSES (WRITER) 

•COLORED BARD' PUBLISHED FIRST BLACK BOOK IN N.C. 

HORTON. MARVIN (TARBORO) 

BUSINESSMEN BUY 2 BUILDINGS DOWNTOWN 

HORTON, RONALD DALE I W INS TON- SALEM] 
WINSTON-SALEM HAN CHARGED 

H0RVIT2. DANIEL G. (RALEIGH) 

MORVITZ ELECTED TO NEW RTI PdS T 
FINKNER RETIRES FROM RTI 

HOSKIN. MARY ICHAPEL MILL) 

MOTHER'S MILK VS. INFANT FQRMJLA 

HOSLER. CHARLES R. (EPA) 

EPA HONORS 2 TRIANGLE SCIENTISTS 

HQUCK, C. A. -BILL" ICARRBORO) 

HANDICAPPED NEED NEW BUILDING 

HOUGH, JERRY DR. 

PERSHING MISSILE ACCORD LIKELf DOOMED 

HOUPT, JEFFREY L. DR. 

SOME ILLNESSES, EMOTIONS L1NK=D 
HOUPT GETS EMORY JOB 

HOUSE, HERMAN (913 ANGIER AVE.) 

GUNSHOT BLAST WOUNDS TWO DURHAM MEN 

HOUSE, KATIE YEARGAN 
OBITUARY 

HOUSTON, ARTHUR 

MAN TRICKED. BEATEN. ROBBED 

HOWARD. CHARLES EDWARD JR. 
HAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

HOWARD, CYNTHIA HONEYCUTT (RALEIGH) 

CI3UPLE CHARGED IN RALEIGH SLAYING 

HOWARD. DANIEL E. (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) 

MARINE DIES AFTER CRASH OF ULTRALIGHT 

HOWARD. EARL C. JR. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HOWARD. ERVIN HENDERSON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HOWARD. Eugene phillip (Chapel hilli 

OBITUARY 

HOWARD. ISAAC JR. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HOWARD. JENNIFER 

RECEIVES LICENSE 

HOWARD. JULIA B. 

SUPPORT SPINAL CORD SOCIETY 

HOWARD. RACHEL (DECEASED) 



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10/01/B3 
10/15/B3 
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11/09/83 


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7/22/R3 
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10/05/83 

10/08/83 

10/09/83 

10/09/83 

10/09/83 

10/12/83 

10/28/83 


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<./15/83 


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10/08/83 


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1/28/83 


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9/28/83 
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7/03/83 


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1/30/93 





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8/26/83 


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8/21/83 


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9/22/83 
9/22/83 


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2/17/83 


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6/18/83 


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9/16/83 


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1/05/83 
5/27/83 


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10/20/83 


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12/18/83 


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<,/02/83 


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1/19/83 


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6/19/83 


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7/03/83 


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7/02/83 


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P«GE U2 
l/17/8<. 



iIM AS HE LAY HELPLESS 



OSITuAar 

hGhaBO. REGGIE I FORMER DUnE STUDENT I 
MALK PLANNED AT DUKE 

OUKE STUDENT WALK SHOWS SUPPO' T FOR rlOUARD FUND 
FUND MARCH 
«»Nr PEOPLE HELPED IN SCHOLARSHIP EFFORT 

HOWARD. ROBERT EUGENE 

MAN CAPTURED IN BUILDING 
SHADOW TIPS OFF BREAK-IN 
MAN FOUND SHOT IN LEG 

HOWARD. TIM CAPT. IMARINE CORP. PILOT] 

PILOT SAYS ENEMY IN GRENADA SHOT AT 

HOME, STEVE IBASESALL PLAyERI 
BASEBALL UNION OFF BASE 

HOWELL. DENNIS H. 

5 NAMED TO ORANGE DEVELOPMENT GROUP 

HOWELL. JOHN OR. 

EAST CAROLINA CHANCELLOR IS INSTALLED 

HOWELL, JOHN FRAMKLIN (LENOIRl 

BROTHER HELD IN LENOIR OEAIH 

HOWELL. LUThER JONES ILENOIR) 

brother meld in lenoir death 

howell. mary clark ideceaseoi 
obituary 

howertgn. frank (alamance co. volunteers for people) 
first-offenoers program gets j^j.tos grant 

HOwES, JONATHAN 

HOWES TO SEEK NEW TERM 

1 EYE CHAPEL HILL SEATS, CaTES files IN HILLSBOROUGH 
THOROUGHFARE PLAN APPROVAL IS EXPECTED 
CANDIDATES ASE DIVIDEO CN CHANEL HILL LIBRARY 
GROWTH ISSUE DQiINaTES Chapel hill RACES 

2 CHALLENGE'S ELECTED TO ChAP^l hIlL BOARD 

2 Challengers get council seats 

council"en take oath 

new chapel hill councilmen get to work 

howland, ralph lindsay , , .,,„. 

HOWLANO, former AP editor, VIITIM Of APPARENT SUICIDE 

HOYLE, JONATHAN V. 

HOW TIMES on CHANGE: LIFE GIVEN TO MuSlC 

HRUSKA, ALLAN J. 

DON'T SWALLOW RHETORIC ON EL SALVADOR 

HRUSKA. JILL ANN IMETUChEN. N.J.) 

woman settles for f, million 

huang, andrew i infant i 

Child abuse trial opens 
woman convicted of abusing child 
riggs'^ee is given suspended sentence 
WOMAN IS GIVEN Suspended term 

HUANG. ^ANDREW 5^Jj,^ STILL RUNNING AFTER BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANT 
15 PROMOIEO AT DUKE MEDICAL CENTER 

HUBBARD. CHARLES 

CHARLES HUBBARD 

HUBBARD. EDITH 

CARRBORO JOINING ORANGE ECONO'<IC BOARO 

HUBBARD, JUNIOR ICARRbORO) 
OBITUARY 

HUBSELL, KENNETH RICHARD (BAHAMA) 
HU63ELL NOMINATED 

HUDGINS. DANIEL C. 
HEARTWARMING 

WELFARE WORK DELAY COULD DRAW PENALTIES 
SOCIAL AGENCIES SAY APPLICATIONS STILL HIGH 
DURHAM RESIDENTS may GET MORE SURPLUS FOOD 
NEEDY RESIDENTS MAY GET HELP , ,,„,., .ro.r.ct 

JOBLESSNESS: DURHAM'S LOW RATt TAXES HELPING AGENCIES 
INFLUX OF JOBLESS STRAINS SERVICES 
STAMP RULES CHANGING 

'NOUVEAUX POOR' SEEKING OUT DJRHAM 
CHANGES EXPECTED IN FOOD GIVEAWAY 
CHEESE GIVEAWAY BACK ON FOR Nc It MONTH 
GROUP wiLL EXAMINE DURHAM REST HOMES 
DURHAM COUNTY IS LOWEST IN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS 
FOOD GIVEAWAY TO START EARLY TO BEAT HEAT 
INTERIM AID TO BE REPAID FROM RECIPIENTS' CHECKS 
DON'T LIMIT FAMILY-CaRE HOMES 
FILM TO REPLACE PAPER DELUGE 
FUEL ASSISTANCE REQUESTS JUMP 

NUTRITION PROGRAM CHANGES OR A,. DURHAM COMPLAINTS 
DEADLINE IS TOMORROW FOR FUEL AID REQUESTS 

DURHAM Called generous 

HUDGINS. HUGH D. IHA2EN C SAWYER) 

WAKE CONSULTANT GOING TO AFRI.A 

HUDGINS. SCOTT ALLEN 1818 E. TRINITY AVE.) 

POLICE NAB 2 AFTER CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBERY 
ROBBER GETS H 50 ; 2 JAILED 
ROBBERY CHARGE FILED 

HUDSON. BERTHA 

RECEIVES Award 

HUDSON. BETTY ANN RIGGSBEE (RALEIGH) 
OBITUARY 

HUDSON. BILL (DUKE UNIV.) „ ,,,,, 

WHAT DOES DUKE DO wITH 900.000 EGGS? 

MUOSON, OARLENE (SALISBURY) 

2 N.C. MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO SLAYING 

HUDSON. DAVID (SALISBURY) 



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11/30/83 


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H 2 12/21/83 A 8 P N 

S 2 7/06/83 A <. E 

S 2 6/06/83 A 5 N W36 

H 2 2/05/83 A 9 N 



H 2 12/01/83 C 



H 2 12/01/83 C 



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9/15/83 


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10/20/83 


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3 10/12/83 

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2 10/13/83 

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H 2 3/23/83 A 14 
H 2 5/26/83 A 10 



H 2 12/15/83 A 4 

H 2 1/12/83 B 4 

H 2 9/09/83 4 12 

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1/27/83 


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4/12/83 


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5 7 


5/13/83 


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5/27/83 


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5/27/83 


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6/14/83 


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6/24/83 


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8/01/83 


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9/26/83 


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10/22/33 


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S 7 


10/31/83 


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11/29/83 


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12/29/83 


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S 2 10/05/83 C 1 N 
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5 2 6/13/83 A 5 P P F70 

H 2 11/15/33 6 9 

H 2 12/25/83 C 12 P F L4l 

H 2 6/08/33 All N 



-Llt6*0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 6V NAMES 

1/01/83 - lJ/31/83 



! N.C. MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO SLAYING 

HUDSON. ESSIE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUADY 

HUDSON. JANET YOUNG 

OURHAH WOMAN KILLED 

DURHAM WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

HUDSON. PACE 

N.C. MEDICAL EXAMINER OPPOSES LETHAL INJECTIONS 

HUDSON. ROBERT (SALISBURY) 

i N.C. MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO SLAYING 

HUEY. AL 

•HOMEWORK HOTLINE' SET UP 

HUEY. ALBERT 

COACH SHARES BLAME FOR NCCU-ACT TIE 

HUFF. SHEILA 

CUSTODY BATTLE: IT'S OVER BUT DID ANYONE WIN? 

HUFFAKER. ROBERT A. DR. 

COURT UPHOLDS CHAPEL HILL DENTIST'S MALPRACTICE AWARD 
«6<i9.5a5 MALPRACTICE AWARD UP^ELD 

HUFFMAN. DAVID (BURLINGTON CITY COJNCILI 

HUFFMAN TO LEAVE BURLINGTON C:)UNCIL H I 7/21/83 8 

MAN. NED 
RESFARCH TRIANGLE PARK: ORIGHALLY CONCEIVED TO 
3 MORE FIRMS EXPECTED TO ANNCUNCE RTP PLANS 

HUFFSTETLER. DAVID EARl ,,.„,„, 

HUFFSTETLER TO DIE IN GAS CHA1 BEK ■; 2 5/l<)/n3 A 2 

SENTENCED TO DIE H 2 5/20/83 A 1 

i N.C. "EN GET DEATH SENTENCE; H 2 5/20/83 A I I 

HUGGINS. GEORGE (LUMRERTONI 

MAN GETS 20-YEAR TERM FOR KILLING 2-YEAR-OLO BOY H 2 6/18/83 A b 











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1/30/83 
1/31/83 


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6/02/83 


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6/08/83 


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HUFFMAN. NEO 

----- --KEEP... TALENT IN N.C. H2 8/0 5/ 83 



2 U/23/83 A 1 N C60 



HUGHES. BILL AND BETTY (TRAVEL AGE1T5I 
START PLANNING SPRING TRAVEL NOW 



2 12/1 1/83 8 P F C19 



HUGHES. CHAD 

•COMMON THREADS' H 2 2/28/83 A 4 L 

HUGHES. Charles h. (rep.i , , . , , , , 

EDMISTEN HAS ANGERED WESTERN DEMOCRATS 5 2 10/06/83 C 11 N 

ATTORNEY GENERAL CMIOEO FOR h:NORING REPUBLICAN H 2 10/07/B3 A 13 P N 

HUGHES. CHRIS (CEDAR GROVEl 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE MAY THINGS ARE H 2 3/16/83 B 1 n U 

PREACHERS. EDISON DESERVE REC:GNITI0N. TUO h 2 11/15/83 A 4 L 

NITPICKERS AND EDITORS. NOTE: EDISON MADE IT ALL POSSIBLE H 2 12/23/83 A 5 L 

huChFS. jack OR. (u«nLOGISTI , , .,,,,., ^ -, „ .. 

HUGHES ELECTED HEAD Of N.C. MEDICAL IROUP S 2 5/11/63 C 7 P N 

HUGmES. JERRY DENNIS JR. AND REBEClA I H I L L SOOROUGM 1 , , ,,_, , 

COUPLE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES H 3 9/27/93 C 1 N 

COUPLE FACES DRUG CHARGES S 2 9/27/fl3 C 3 N 

HUGHES. JOHN (GREENSBORO GOLFERl , ,.-,,o, , •, 

HUGHES LEADING AMATEUR H 2 6/17/63 C 3 N 

HUGHES TAKES OVER OC I LEAD H 2 8/07/83 8 I "^ " 

HUGHES WINS OCl CROHN BY ONE SHOT H 2 9/08/83 B 2 P N S91 

HUGHES HOLDS ON FOR OC I GOLF TITLE 5 2 6/08/83 D 7 P N 

HUGHES. JOSEPH T. (CHAPEL HILLl , ,,,,,,„, , , 

FARMWORKER ADVOCATES FACE CHA<GES IN NASH H 2 ll/a<./93 C <. N 

HUGHES. KATIE MAYNARO (DECEASEOl , .,,,„,„, r ■> 

OBITUARY H 2 U/30/93 C 3 



ES. MARTHA M. ,-,„,„, 

PROTECT THE ANIMALS » 2 <>/29/83 A 



L 



2 6/07/83 B 
2 6/07/83 A 



hughes. nell forrest (hillsborough) , .,,«,.-. . ,« 

obituary h 2 1/10/93 a 10 

new yorker finos his niche in durham church work h 2 10/09/83 a 6 p f a20 

hughes. robert k. col. . , „,,.,„., „ , 

corps to get new district engineer " 1 5/26/83 b 1 n 

hughey. oavio (durham herald co.) 

herald-sun librarian holds association PUST 
semonche new leader of newspaper librarians 

HULKA, BARBARA OR. , ,,,c,„-, „ 

STUDY FINDS PILL PROTECTS WOMEN FROM SOME CANCER H 2 3/25/83 B 4 N 

PILL-CANCER LINK DOUBTED 5 2 3/25/83 C 1 N 

UNC BOARD APPOINTS MCENALLY , S 2 6/24/83 A 1 N 

HULKA, JAROSIAV OR. , , ,..,„-. -. 

NEW CONTRACEPTIVE WILL BE SOLi IN FALL S 2 6/19/83 A 3 N 

HULL. ANGELA (DAVIDSON ST.) _ , ,,,„.,,„, . , „ ,,„ 

2 WOMEN GET PROSTITUTION SENTENCES S 2 12/07/93 A 1 N F3D 

HULL. PEGGY AND DAVID -,.,,,/»-. c 

BOTTLEFEEDING RISKY H 2 1/11/83 A 5 L 

HULL. WILLIAM E. REV. , , ,„, „ 

FINALISTS LIST FOR EAKE FOREST POST LjUERIED H 2 6/16/83 B 

HULSE. DOROTHY COX (MERKIAM, KS) 

OBITUARY H 2 1/18/83 8 

HUMANIK. TIMOTHY (CHARLOTTEI 



3 



UK. TIMOTHY (ChaRLOTTEI 

STUDENT IN SERIOUS CONDITION AFTER FALLING 5 FLOORS AT UNC H 2 12/01/93 A 1 

UNC STUDENT FALLS 5 STORIES 5 2 12/01/93 A 1 

FALL VICTIM STILL ON 'SERIOUS' LIST H 2 12/02/83 B I 

UNC STUOENT IN FAIR CONDITION S 2 12/02/63 C 1 

INJURED STUDENT'S CONDITION BETTER • H 2 12/03/63 B 1 

HUMBARD. REX (TELEVISION MINISTER) 

BAKKER BACKS HUMBARD'S TV MINISTRY H 2 './17/63 A 16 

HUMBERT, THOMAS (ECONOMIST! 

THIRD-YEAR TAX CUT SHOULD BE LEFT ALONE H 2 './25/93 A <. 

HUMES, WILLIAM (UNC FOOTBALL) 



M N T M L 



NAMES 



UUC'S HUMES FINDS REALITY A VISUAL AID 
SMITH. HUMES STAR AS TAR HEElS CRUISE 

HUMPHRIES. CHARLES OLIVER OR. lOEC^ASEDI 
C. 0. HUMPHRIES. DURHAM OOCTQ? 

HUMPHRIES. NEAL AND NANCY 

THEIR STATION IN LIFE SECURE DN HYCO LAKE 

HUMPHRIES. SUE 

kOMANCRAFT: ..HERE ARTISANS CO^E AND GROW 

HUNT. ANTHONY ALAN IHAHINE CORPORAL) 

CHILD ABUSE COUNT BRINGS PRISTN TERM 

HUNT. BETSY MANGUM (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

HUNT. CAROLYN 

MHY BASH ELIZABETH II AT ALL? 

HUNT. E. hQmaRO («ATERGATEI 
AN ORDINARY BURGLAR 

HU^T. HELEN CHOPLIN (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

HUNT. HUBERT LEE 

uOMAN TURNS DETECTIVE TO PROVE 
A MOTHER -S RESOLVE 



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SON'S DEATH WASN'T ACCIDENT 



HUNT. J. WILT 
STATE GR 

FORMER F 
LAWYER S 
SECOND V 
DEFENSE • 
DEFENSE 
JURY DEL 

JUDGE rs 

DOUG ChA 
REMOVAL 
HUNT'S R 
JUDGE TO 
JUDGE HU 
JUDGE HU 
HUNT'S S 
SCHEDULE 
NO RIGHT 
SENTENCI 
JUDGE SE 
JUDGE MU 
N.C. COU 
EX-JuDGE 
DON'T JU 



ON (JUDGE! 

AND JURY INDICTS JUDGE HUNT 

BI AGENT TESTIFIES JLOGE POCKETED Sl.OOO 

AYS JUDGE HUNT ENTRAPPED 

IDEOTAPE SHOWN AT TRIAL OF JUDGE HUNT 

S WITNESS DENIES ALLEGATIONS IN JUDGE'S TRIAL 

RESTS IN JUDGE'S TRIAL 

lEERATES IN TRIAL OF tOLUMBUS COUNTY JUDGE 

GUILTY OF RACKETEERnG 
RGES BRING 5-YEAR PRISON TERM 
OF N.C. JUDGE SUPPORTED 
EMOVAL RECOMMENDED 

CHALLENGE REMOVAL . 
NT WILL FIGHT OECISlb^l TO OUST HIM 
NT SAYS RESIGNATION SENT 
ENTENCING POSTPONED 

CONFLICT DELAYS SENTENCING 

TO BENEFITS 
NG OF JUDGE HUNT DELAYED 
NTE'JCES HUNT TO !<. YEVRS IN PRISON 
NT OHDERtn REMOVED F R3 M OFFICE 
RT BARS FORMER JUDGE FROM BENCH 

S TRIAL TO BE 0ELAYE3 
DGE JUDGES BY OUT-OF-LINE FEW 



hunt. james a. ihokei 

accused commissioner says he jas singled out , , ,, , 
hoke county commissioner charged with worthltss checks 

hunt. james b. jr. (guvernori 

hunt seeks churches' help to . 
tonite; see the amazing jim mj 

OH COMPROMISE SEEMS REaSONabl 
HUNT AIDE CHARGES AD CONTAINED 
PRESS AWARDS ARE PRESENTED 
HELMS CHALLENGES HUNT TO SERI: 
HUNT PUTS OFF DEBATE DECISION 
GREENVILLE GRANT 

HUNT SEEKING COOPERATION IN P< 
SHOTS FIRED AT MAIL TRUCK IN ■" 
DEMO LEADERS TRIED TO PREVENT 
GOVERNORS BACK INCREASED TAXES 
GOVERNORS WERE WRONG 
COUNCIL PLANS TO COMMEMORATE 1 
HELMS IS A SENATOR WHO STICKS 

JIM HUNT Swearing in bop scott 
auSINESS-FDuCATION CONFERENCE 
CONFERENCE ON SCHOOLS SET MAR: 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: 
HUNT GETS 'ROAOMAP* FOR FlITURr 
PEOPLF RUN TO TAR AND FEATHER 
EPA OFFICIAL TALKED POLITICS < 
CITY HIGH SCHOOLS TO GET VIP J 
VISIT BY HUNT MEETING TOPIC 
HUNT PRAISES nuRHAM SCHOOLS. J 
CITY SCHOOLS RECEIVE VISIT FRT 
CAMPAIGN GROUPS ARE CRITICIZEO 
GOVERNOR WORKS WITH DURHAM S TJ 
THE GOVERNOR'S WOLFPACK MAFIA 
HUNT PROMISES MORE MINORITY FI 
GOVERNORS. EXECUTIVES MEET AT 
HUNT WON'T APPEAL STRAIGhT-TK 
STUDENT PRAISES HUNT, SPAULDI'l 
FOOD STAMP ERRORS DIP 8.5X IN 
GOVERNOR CITES ^EnuCIIONS IN ■ 
HUNT PLANS MEETINGS ON CONTROV 

HUNT SPOKESMAN Calls helms' at 

RADIO STATION PULLS HELMS AD A 
HELMS GROUP CHANGES AD 

FARM AID Called urgent 

HUNT. ROBS TO MEET 
U.S. 17 UPGRADING discussed 
HUNT SEEKS NATIONAL DROUGHT CI 
HUNT WRITES REAGAN TO SPUR F A^ 
GOVERNOO: N.C. MILL FIGHT GA ST 
HUNT SEEKS COORDINATOR FOR U.S 
N.C. SAYS AGRICULTURAL OISaST; 
HELMS: N.C. TO '5E DROUGHT OISA 
ROU AIRL INE EXPANDS 
GREEN DEFENSE USES AFFIDAVIT i 
RECEPTION FOR GOVERNOR PLANNE'! 
HUNT COMMITTEE TO HOLD RECEPTI 
HUNT HERALDS HEChINGES OPENING 
CEREMONIAL SAWING 
GOVERNOR SAWS LOG TO OPEN HEC^ 
VA. SENATOR CHARGES HUNT 'WAGI 
HUNT AND HELMS AGREE TO ADORES 
VIRGINIA BEACH MAYOR SAYS pip; 
HUNT'S DREDGING PLEOGE MORE RA 
HUNT BACKS U.S. EFFORTS IN LE3 
INLET MONEY 

HUNT SAYS SUIT ON PIPELINE AL. 
HUNT DISPUTES GREEN'S COMPLAIN 
GREEN DENIES REPORTED RIFT 
GOVERNOR MAKES FINAL SPPEAL FO 



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HUNT (CARTOON! 
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M HUNT 

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RM AID 

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1/29/83 


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5 


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S 2 


2/01/93 


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H 2 


2/05/83 


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5 


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H 2 


2/07/83 


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2/07/93 


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2/24/83 


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3/31/93 


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8/03/93 


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H 2 


a/10/83 


A 




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S 2 


9/10/93 


A 




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H 2 


9/11/93 


C 


1 3 


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A 


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9/19/83 


A 




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9/20/83 


A 




P N 




H 2 


9/20/93 


B 




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S 2 


9/20/93 


B 




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9/21/83 


A 




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T32 


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9/21/93 


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9/30/93 


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10/03/93 


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H 2 


I 1/17/83 


A 




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S 2 


11/29/33 


A 




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S 2 


12/06/93 


A 




N 




S 2 


12/06/93 


C 




N 




H 1 


12/10/93 


c 




N 




S 2 


12/16/93 


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I I 


N 




H 2 


12/19/93 


B 




N 




H 1 


12/30/93 


B 




N 





HONTMLY/ANi^lu 



INDEX 
U/31/83 



NAMES 



HUNT. JAMES B. J«.i AGRICULTURE 

DURHAM FARMER MEETS WITH HUNT 

HUNT: AGRICULTURE LOSSES SERHUS 

N.C. REQUESTS DROUGHT AID FOR FARMERS 

HUNT TO SEEK GOVERNORS' SUPPO'T ON DROUGHT 

GOVERNORS URGE FASTER EMERGENCY BROUGHT AID 

HUNT TOURS GRANVILLE FARMS. SEES A 'DESPERATE SITUATION' 

CONGRESSMEN ASKED TO SPUR DROJGHT AID 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. APPOINTMENTS 

HUNT NAMES 1ST BLACK TO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

GOVERNOR TO APPOINT FRYE TO STATE SUPREME COURT 

THE NEWS SAID BECTON; FRyE'S SON KNEW OTHERWISE 

APPOINTED 

COVIL GETS SANITARIAN BOARD PIST 

BOLTON CHOSEN 

BOLDEN GETS APPOINTMENT 

* NAMED TO LABOR COUNCIL 

REPORT SAYS WOMEN. BLACKS UNDE RREPRE SENTED ON BOARDS 

6 NAMED TO HEALTH GROUP 

BLACK JUDGE TAKES OATH 

TWO UTILITIES APPOINTMENTS ARE APPROVED 

MtCHAUX NAMED TO NCCU BOARD 

PANEL APPROVES BILL TO CHANGE BINCO REGULATIONS 

BAHAMA JUDGE APPOINTED TO CRI1E INFORMATION GROUP 

3 JOIN AEORNAUTICS COUNCIL 

2 ARE ON BOARD 

JUDGE APPOINTED 

5 NAMED TO ENERGY AUTHORITY 

JUDGE READ REAPPOINTED TO CRI^E PANEL 

HUNT NAMES 3 TO COMMISSION 

EXECUTIVE BOARDS TO BE SCRUTHHEO 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. BALANCED GR0WT4 PROPOSAL 
JOBS UNEVENLY DISTRIBUTED UND; R STATE'S 



'BALANCED GROWTH POLICY' 



HUNT. JAM 
HUNT 
BUOG 
HUNT 
PANE 
SOME 
HUNT 
HUNT 
SOME 
HUNT 
REVE 
GOP 
BlIDG 
OURH 
BUOG 
HUNT 
STAT 
BILL 
VISI 
M0N6 
HUNT 
GOV. 
FUND 
STAT 
HUNT 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. COMMUTATIONS 

PRISON OFFICIAL GOES TO BAT F3R A MURDERER TURNED HERO 

HUNT AIDE SAYS MAN RELEASED T3a SOON FROM TERM FOR DU I 

MAN HEADED TO COURT AGAIN ON TUI CHARGE 

MAN ORDERED BACK TO JAIL 

HUNT WON'T COMMUTE INMATE'S SENTENCE 

INMATE DENIED CLEMENCY 

CLEMENCY NOT MERITED 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. CRIME PRFVENTHN PROPOSALS 
HUNT SETS GOALS TO CONTROL CRIME 
HUNT'S PLAN ON DENYING BAIL CRITICIZED 
HELMS' SPOKESMAN SAYS HUNT 'PTLITICUING CRIME FIGHTING' 

HUNT. JAMES a. JR.. DRUG ABUSE PRO:RAM 
HUNT URGES DRUG PLAN FOR SCH03LS 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR., ECONOMY 

HEAR! HEAR! ECONOMIC GENIUS. jOVERNOR 

HUNT: 1ST OUARTER INDUSTRIAL RECRUITING BEST EVER IN N.C 

HUNT SEES N.C. IN MIDDLE PART OF ITS RECOVERY 

HUNT: N.C. MUST PROTECT INDUSTRIES FROM UNFAIR OVERSEAS COMPETITION 



ES P. JR., BUDGET 

TO BACK END TO WAGE FREEZE 
ET: GOVERNOR'S PLAN TO EMPHASIZE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. 

PLAN HELD OPTIMISTIC 
MAY DISAGREE WITH HUNT 3N REVENUE ESTIMATES FOR N.C. 

WON'T BENEFIT FROM HUNT'S PAY RAISE PLAN 

MAKES PITCH TO ASSEMBLY THIS WEEK 

STRESSES JOBS, EDUCATION 

LEGISLATORS ASK IF MONEY AVAILABLE FOR HUNT'S PROGRAMS 

WANTS WAGE FREEZE LIFTED IN NEW N.C. BUDGET 
NUES CONCERN DURHAM LEGISLATORS 
SCOFFS AT speech; DEMOCRATS CAUTIOUS 
ET SEEN TOO HIGH 

AM LEGISLATORS CAUTIOUS Ot BUDGET 
ET PROPOSAL BY DEPARTMENTS 

WANTS EDUCATION IMPROVEMENTS 
E MAY LOSE «2JQ MILLION 
S ASK LOTTERY. SALES TAX HIKE 
ONARY WORDS. CAUTIOUS BUDGET 

ILLS OVERSHADOW LESS COSTLY PRIORITIES 

STANDS BY HIS FORECAST 

HUNT'S BUDGET WORK IS OEfENOED 
S AVAILABLE FOR 5X PAY RAISE 
£ LEADERS STILL CAUTIOUS ABOUT BUDGET 
: REVENUE GAINS SHOULD CO TO SCHOOLS 



HUNT. JAMES B. JR., EDUCATION PR0P3 
HUNT MAKES PITCH TO ASSEMBLY T 
HUNT STRESSES JOBS. EDUCATION 
MONEY ILLS OVERSHADOW LESS COS 
HUNT SAYS PRIVATE SCHOOLS IMP! 
HUNT REPORTS ON EDUCATION PANE 
HUNT URGES INVOLVEMENT IN SCHO 
NCAE WITHHOLDS SUPPORT FOR HU>I 
N.C. THREATENS SUIT OVER OFFSH 
MILITANCY OF EDUCATORS IS COUV 
HUNT BACKS LONGER SCHOOL DAY A 
HUNT FAVORS LONGER SCHOOL YEA* 
MfCKLENBURG TEACHER TENURE BIL 
GOV. HUNT URGES ACTION ON EDuC 
GOVERNORS DUE AT RTP TODAY FOR 
NCAE'S PRESIDENT CALLS PAY SCA 
EDUCATION: SPECIAL TEACHER INC 
DURHAM'S 2 SCHOOL LEADERS SUPP 

HUNT Shows off the park 

PAY PLAN LACKS DETAILS 
TURNING TO WASHINGTON THE WRO'< 
PROPOSAL TO CUT TESTS ANGERS i 
HUNT REAFFIRMS STANDS ON SCHUT 
EDUCATION SAID KEY TO PROSPERI 
TASK FORCE SUGGESTS LONGER SCH 
REFORMS PROPOSED FOR PUBLIC SC 
HUNT SAYS SUPERIOR TEACHERS %i 
MERIT PAY NOW HUNT'S TOP EDUCA 
HUNT SAYS EDUCATION KEY TO TEt 
GTE WILL PROVIDE FUNDS TO AID 
GOVERNORS URGED NOT TO UP TAX? 
HUNT: SOUTH CAN ASSURE PUPILS 
STATE, LOCAL ANSWERS ON EDUCAT 
STATE LEGISLATURE WILL MEET F* 
HUNT PACKS EMPHASIS ON BASICS 
PA* IS KEY EDUCATION ISSUE 
HUNT NAMES COMMISSION ON EDUC« 
10 FROM DURHAM AREA PICKED FOR 
SCIENCE AND MATH TEACHERS HON] 
JOBS HELD TIED TO SCHOOLS 



SALS 
HIS WEEK 

TLY PRIORITIES 

RTaNT to N.C. FUTURE 

L 

OLS 

T'S SCHOOL PROGRAM 

ORE OIL TRACT LEASES 

TERPRODUCTI VE 

NO YEAR 

L REVIVED 
AT I ON 

WORK SESSION 
LE IDEA 'UNWISE' 
ENTIVES URGED 
ORT TASK FORCE'S EFFO 



G APPROACH 

UNT 

LS, STATE LOTTERY 

TY 

OOL DAYS. MORE HOMEWORK 

HOOLS 

OULD BE TOP PRIORITY 

TION GOAL 

HNOLOGY. JOBS 

MATH, SCIENCE TEACHERS 

S 

QUALITY EDUCATION 

ION URGED 

IDAY 

IN EDUCATION 

TION 

EDUCATION STUDY GROUP 
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10/22/83 


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1/12/83 


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1/13/83 


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fMLf/ANNUAL INOEK 



NIXES 



GOVEftNQB SHfOS STICKY Pao9Le« nIlM PANEL 

HUNT pauses co»>iuNiTT colleg; higm-tech role 

MONT. J»"ES 8. ja.i EHPLOrxENT 

MUNT S»»S N.C. JOBLESS KITE »» S 10.3 PERCENT IN PEBRUtRT 
HCJNT R»PS SRCnuS' REiuEST FOR JOJS PROORJ" OPINIONS 
JOB PLAN DISPUTE DISAPPOINTS HUNT 

MUNI. JA"ES B. JR.. ENOO«SE"fNTS 
AFL-CIO ENDORSES GOVERNOR 

HUNT. JA«ES B. JR.. ENVlRONHENTAL ^ROIfCTION 
MUNT SACKS RESTRICTING MOUNTAIN BUILDING 
OFFSHORE OIL LEASES OPPOSED 

N.C. THREATENS SUIT OVER OFFSHORE OIL TRACT LEASES 
H6ETING SLATED ON INLET PROBLirt 
tae TRACTS DELETED F«ON E»PL0<AT|ON 
HUNT EXPRESSES CONCERN ABOUT LAKE GASTON PLAN 
OAT FOR OUTOOORSKEN HONORS C01SERVATI0N 
MUNT URGES RTP BUFFER ZONE 
MUNT SATS STATE SHOULD FILE SJ I T 



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i GAMBLING 

:vES LOTTERT TMUHBS OOKN 



MUNT. JAMES 0. JR. 
STAY mEalTht. 

HUNT. JAMES °. JR. 
N.C. SENATE G 

MUNT. JAMES B. JR.. HAZARDOUS XASTr TREATMENT 
MUNT ENDORSES LANDFILL BAN OF SOME WASTE 
SHARP CRITICISM IS AIMED AT MA2AS00US BASTE BILL 
GOVERNOR'S LOBBYISTS PUSH AGREEMENT ON NUCLEAR WASTE 
HUNT URGES OjICK action ON WASTE DISPOSAL BILLS 
HUNT ENDORSES BILLS TO REGULATE .ASTES 

TIME Short for waste-disposal bill 

EFFORTS TO produce HAZARDOUS .ASTE 9ILL FAIL 

HUNT MAY Call special session on discovert law 

MUNT vows TO CONTINUE SEEKING LAw ON WASTES 

STATE TO FOLLOW FEDERAL RULES 

MUNT ADMINISTRATION RANKLED BY EPA STATEMENT ON PCB 

MUNT CRITICIZES DUMP GUIDELINiS 

HUNT. JAMES 9. JR.. HEALTH IPERSONALl 

MUNI GETS DIZZY. GOES TO HOSPITAL; VIRuS SUSPECTED 
ACUTE GALL 3LA0DER ATTACK PUTS GOVERNOR IN HOSPITAL 
DOCTORS REMOVE HUNT'S APPENOH 
HUNT REMAINS IN GOOD CONDITIO'* 

GOVERNOR Cancels travel SChEOJlE 

GOVEKNOR LEAVES HOSPITAL TO RECUPERATE AT MANSION 
hunt TO RESUME WORK TOMORROW, 
HUNT RETURNS 

MUNT TO HAVE Surgery soon 

HUNT IN HOSPITAL FOR SURGERY 

HUNT REPORTEDLY 'DOING WELL' 

HUNT TO RECUPERATE A MONTH, BUT... 

MUNT WALKING AROuNO AFTER OPERATION 

GOV. HUNT FEELING SORE 

GOV. MUNT AT MANSION AFTER S1/>GERY 

GET WELL. GIvERNOR! ICARIOONI 

GIRL. 10. REQUESTS HUNT'S GAL- STONES 

A GALLING IDEA 



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6/28/93 B 
6/29/93 A 
6/30/83 A 
7/01/83 A 
7/10/83 A 
7/23/93 A 
7/23/93 A 
7/29/83 C 
7/30/83 A 
9/16/83 A 
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2/12/93 
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2/15/83 
2/16/83 
2/22/93 
2/23/93 
3/25/93 
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8/31/83 
9/D1/83 
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HUNT. JANES B. JR.. HEALTH CARE PROPOSALS 

MUNT TELLS HOSPITAL MONEY wILL BE RAISED FOR 



N.C. BOY'S LlvER TRANSPLANT H 2 10/04/83 A 



MUNT. JAMES 8. JR.. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
RANDOLPH TO GET GOOD YEAR PLA^I 

JOBS UNEVENLY DISTRIBUTED UNOt R STATE'S 'BALANCED GROWTH POLICY' 
TA« CALLED HINDRANCE TO N.C. INDUSTRY HUNT 
MICROELECTRONICS FIRM KAY LOCATE IN TRIANGLE 
HUNT PRAISES INDUSTRY RECRUITMENT. SAYS MORE CAN it DONE 
MICROELECTRONICS FACILITY TO JFFER 200 JOBS AT RTP 
MICROELECTRONICS COMPANY COMIVG TO TRIANGLE PARK 

HUNT Cancels trip to Europe 

MICROELECTRONICS FIRM TO SUH.1 DURHAM PLANT 

CHARLOTTE ASKS HUNT TO KEEP PARK IN MIND 

AMERICAN HONDA PLANS N.C. PLAVT 

17 MILLION CENTER PLANNED FOR RTP 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE TO GET NEW PLANT 

9UTNER TO GET NEW INDUSTRY 

GRANVILLE GETS NEW INDUSTRY 

N.C. ATTRACTS FOREIGN MONEY 

OU PONT TO MAKE ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS 

OU PONT PLANS JOBS FOR l.ODO AT RTP PLANT 

HUNT PLANNING EUROPEAN TRIP T3 TOUT STATE 

TASK FORCE MAKES PROPOSALS ON SCIENCE ANO TECHNOLOGY 

GERMAN PLANT MOVING TO COUNTY 

4 EUROPEAN COMPANIES TO OPEN »LAnTS in N.C. 

DE LauRENTIIS TO BUILD film STuDIO 

PILOT PROJECTS TO AID TOWNS RtCRUlT COMMERCIAL FIRMS 

FIRM TO CONSTRUCT PLANT NEAR APEX 



HUNT 




MUNT NOT CONSISTENT 

SOUNO PRINCIPLE. GOVERNOR 

HUNT LAUDS ORam-ShOO STaIuT 

MOW SINCERE? 

MUNT STANDS dT 'DRAM SHOP' PR3 

COMMENOABLE GOAL. OUESTIONaBl; 

MAKE DRUNKEN DRIVERS PAT VICTI 

PASS The Safe-roadS act 

DoccciiBC ami nc -mu nuT oDnono 



POSALS 

mT drunken drivers 

MINIMUM age of 19 backed 
ING BILL 

USh OUI LAb 
HIS week 

AVAILABLE FOR HUNT'S PROGRAMS 
LAWS 

IS criticized 

RINK ING AGE 
ACT' 

ME 

ITICIZED 

HT OF SUPPORT 



POSAL 

METHODS 
MS 




TO KEEP ALCOmOL from minors 

BE REVISED 
DRAM SHOP PROPOSAL 
E OVER MUNI'S DRUNK DRIVING BILL 
ED 

AL WILL BE CONSIDERED 
USh LEGISLATION 
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2/13/93 D 

3/12/93 A 

5/13/83 A 

5/26/83 A 

6/21/93 A 

6/22/93 A 

6/24/93 A 

7/14/83 4 

7/21/93 C 

8/04/93 A 

a/17/93 A 

9/19/83 A 

10/11/83 A 

10/12/83 A 

10/15/83 A 

10/19/93 A 

10/20/93 A 

10/26/63 B 

11/03/63 A 

11/12/93 A 

U/17/83 A 

11/24/83 A 

12/11/93 D 

12/23/63 A 



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1/13/93 
1/14/93 
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1/18/33 
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1/19/83 
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1/20/83 
1/24/83 
1/25/93 
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1/26/93 
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1/27/83 
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1/31/93 
2/02/93 
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HUNT CLASH 



LfGISLATORS P«EPABIN& ACTION OH HUNT'S ANTI-UUI PACKAGE 

LiHiTEo ORAM Shop proposal advances 

PANEL OKS ANTI-nuI PACKAGE 

HUNT SEEKING HELP TO PASS SAff ROADS ACT 

WILL DELAYS HURT OR HELP ANTI-DUI aiLL? 

HUNT: COASTAL fUNOS NEEDED . „ , „, 

PANEL FINISHES ITS WORK ON HUNT'S ANTI-DUI BILL 

ORAM SHOP law: DEAR JIH— HERE'S MOST OF WHAT YOU ASKED FOR ICARTOONl 

PANEL TO STUDY FINANCING HUNT'S ANTl-OUI PROPOSALS 

DRAW SHOP CHANGES GET ROAOS BILL TO SENATE FLOOR 

N.C. SENATE FAVORS RAISING DRINKING AGE TO 21 

HUNT URGES DRUNK -OR I V I NC BILL ACTION 

SENATE APPROVES OU I MEASURE 

HUNT OPPOSES INVENTORY TAX CUT , „ , „, 

BID TO UP DRINKING AGE TO 21 SET FOR HOUSE'S OUI BILL 

HOUSE APPROVES HUNT'S OUI BILL: AGE HELD TO 19 

HUNT EXPECTS STATE TO GET OUI FUNDS 

HUNT'S LOBBYING CAUSES SHIFT IN LOTTERY SUPPORT 

HUNT SAYS OUI LOOPHOLES WILL ?E CLOSED 

OUI BILL: BREAKTHROUGH PAVES WAY FOR FINAL VOTE 

HUNT PLANS out ENFORCEMENT EFFORT „ , ,„ 

NEW OUI LAW FALLS SHORT OF A H I NG PROBLEM DRINKER , ,, , „,„„., 

GOV. HUNT HOLOING SAFE ROAOS ACT WITH BOTTLE OF POWER IN POCKET (CARTOON 

AGENCY RULES MUTINY LEADER WO>l " T RETREAT 

EFFORTS TO PRODUCE HAZARDOUS WASTE BILL FAIL 

ORUNKEN-ORIVING MEASURE CALLED TOP ACHIEVEMENT 

HUNT VOWS TO CONTINUE SEEKING LAW ON WASTES 

HUNT CONSIDERS SPECIAL SESSION OF LEGISLATURE 

HUNT SAYS SPECIAL SESSION NEEDED ON DISCOVERY LAW 

HUNTi JAMES e. JR.* PARDONS 

MAN FREED OF Dul CHARGE MAY HAVE TO RETURN TO JAIL 
HUNT AIDE MULLS MCOUEEN CASE 

HUNT. JAMES P. JR.i POLITICAL CAREER PLANS 

HUNT EXAMINES ROAD MAP TO WAS1INGT0N (CARTOQNI 

GOV. HUNT ADDRESSES ANTI-HELMS DINNER 

'GET JESSE' DINNERS 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD 

GROUPS SUPPORTING HELMSt 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD 

FINALLY, THE NEWS AND OBSERVE! PRINTS THE TRUTH! 

WHAT NORTH CAROLINA NEWSPAPERS SAY ABOUT VOTER REGISTRATION 

HUNT '!ILL EXTREMELY DANGEROUS lADI 

SOME TAR HEELS GET TASTE OF CAMPAIGN 

JIM HUNT SHOULDN'T PLAY POLITICS WITH OUR SCHOOLS 

SHAME ON HELMS AOS , ,,,,, 

POLITICAL GLADIATORS PROMISE A SLUGFEST 

THE JIM HUNT RECORD (ADI 

HELMS MAKES IT CLEAR HE'S RUNNING IN '8*- . 

JIM HUNT FOR MAYOR? 

NORTH CAROLINA CAMPAIGN FUND TO DISBAND 

HUNT LEADS HELMS IN POLL 

EDMISTEN LEADS FOR GOVERNOR — POLL 

HELMS QUESTIONS AOS . , 

SIGNS OF HUNT. HELMS CONFRONTATION BUILDING 

GENTLEMEN, GIVE US IDEAS, NOT SERMONS 

HELMS AND HUNT AS ORACULA (CAJTOONl 

HELMS: •S'l RACE DOESN'T HAVE TO 3E < 

HUNT SAYS CAMPAIGN WOULD OFFE! STARK 

ASSUMPTIONS ALL WRONG 

RELIGIOUS VIEWS ARE IMPORTANT 

HUNT SEEKING FuNOS IN CALIF. 

JIM HUNT BRINGS SENATE CAMPAHN TO DURHAM 

HUNT, HELMS CAMPAIGNS AIDED BY OUT OF STATE MONEY 

HELMS, HUNT GROUPS GET OUT-OF-STATt DONATIONS 

WHO NEEDS MORE HOT AIR? 

HELMS GROUP ASKS PROBE OF AD ACTION 

HUNT-ALLIED FUND SPENDS tTili.OOD TO DEFEAT HELMS 

WHAT ARE THE REAL ISSUES? 

HUNT GETS CABINET OFFER HE CAN PROBABLY REFUSE 

HUNT, HELMS PLAY WAITING GAME 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES WO' RY ABOUT CAMPAIGN FUNOS 

1<)8'. PROMISES ABSORBING POLITICS 

PRICE SAYS HELMS-HUNT FIGHT TO BE REMEMBERED 

HUNT RAPS HELMS' TACTICS _ ,^ „ ,^ 

BAPTIST ELECTION MAY PLAY ROLr IN SENATE RACE 

COMPUTERS HIT POLITICAL TRAILS , ,^ 

HELMS' 'DEAR JIM' LETTER I SSU- S DEBATE CHALLENGE 

POLL HAS HUNT LEADING HELMS BY 6 PERCENT 

KINDLE The huNI-hELMS FIRE 

HUNT SUPPORTERS RAISE $220,003 „,,,„c„ 

POLL SHOWS HUNT, HELMS WOULD IE WOOING FEW UNDECIDED 

HELMS. HUNT AIOFS DISAGREE WITH POLLSTER 

OFFICIALS SAY CAMPAIGNS TO FO'. US ON ECOMONY 

FLAHERTY CALLS FOR DEBATE BETWEEN HUNT ANO HELMS 

CAMPAIGN SPURS RACIAL FFARS 

HUNT REPEATS HE PLANS BIO FOR SENATE ,.„,, ,„ , . . ,„ 

HELMS COMMITTEE SENDS LETTERS SAYING HUNT TOO CLOSE TO LABOR 

DEMOCRATS' AOS ATTACK HELMS' '/OTING RECORD 

HELMS' SUPPORTERS SAY AOS INCTRRECT 

HELMS PANEL PROTESTS ADS ON R'DIO 

FLAHERTY CHARGES STATE EMPLOYEES POLITICKING 

HUNT Says RADIO aO FUROR IS OVERSTATED 

HELMS' GROUP UNVEILS COMMERCIALS 

HUNT OUfSTIONS AO DISPUTE 

HAVELY OUITS OUKE TO HELP IN 1UNT DRIVE 

SMEAR CAMPAIGNS WILL HU"T N.C. 'S REPUTATION 

WHERE DO YOU 5TANP, JIM? I AD I 

SOURCES SAY JOE GRIMSLEY TO L'AVt PnST 

HELMS SAYS GROUP PROBABLY WENT TOO FAR ON SOS 

HUNT AIDE SAYS GRIMSLEY TO RUN SENATE CAMPAIGN 

STATE OFFICIAL RESIGNS TO DIRECT CAMPAIGN 

OFMOCRATS CONCEBNEO A»OUT FUNIS 

HUNT: CAMPAIGN NOT HURTING DE-'OCRATS 

RFPUBLICAN baps JUDGES' PRESEICE AT EVENT FOR HUNT 

HUNT SAYS HELMS' TACTICS MAK H G ENEMIES FOR N.C. 

HUNT MUVES QUICKLY TO HEAL POLITICAL RIFT WITH GREEN 

HUNT-HELMS RACE MAY BE MOST WATChEO IN l?!". 

HUNT IS UNTOUCHED ON CAMPAIGN TRAIL 

HUNT DISPUTES COMPLAINT BY GREEN 

N.C. GOP LEADER CRITICIZES HUNT JN CONTRIBUTIONS 

PANEL LIMITS POLITICAL GATHERINGS JUDGES CAN ATTEND 

HELMS, HUNT PRESSED TO HALT 'lEGAIIVE' AOS 

PRELIMINARY SPARRING MATCH IN SENATE RACE HIGHLIGHTS '15 

HUNT, JAMES P. JR.' POLLS 

HELMS LEADS HUNT IN POLL 
poll: HUNT WUULO BEAT HELMS 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., PRESS CONFERfNlES 

HUNT WANTS TO KEEP OIX HOSPITAL OPEN 

PATIENTS. PRISONERS TO SHARE DIx UNDER HUNT PLAN 



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NAMES 



NUNT OENieS RUSHING DRUNK ufiUlNij OILL 

HUNT SAYS HE'S NOT TRYING TO < USH OUI LAW ,,,,,, 

HUNT SAYS HE -ILL CONTINUE BACuriG LIFT OF PAY FREEZE 
HUNT STILL BACKS 19 AS LEGAL DRINKING ACE 

HUNT Iq'sTUDy''aOOITIONAL*WAYS TO KEEP ALCOHOL FROM MINORS 

HUNT: ORAM Shop PROPOSAL COUL"! BE REVISED 

HUNT: ORAM SHOP BILL TO SE BEST 

NUCLEAR ARMS FREEZE SUPPORTED. CRITICIZED AT HEARING 

HUNT TRIES TO CLARIFY HIS DEFENSE STAND 

HUNT 0EFEN3S ARMS STAND „ ^ ,,^ 

HUNT ENDORSES LANDFILL PAN OF SOME WASTE 

TECH'S ROBOT TO SAY 'howDY' T3 GOVERNOR 

DURHAM TECH ROBOT IS STAR AT <UNT'S NEWS CONFERENCE 

HUNT OPPOSES INVENTORY TAX CUT 

HUNT PRAISES nRUNK-ORIViNG LEGISLATION 

HUNT FEARS BIG TRUCKS MAY CREATE N.C. ROAn HAZARD 

HUNT WANTS STUDY ON TWIN TRAILERS 

2:c'!"?SlE2}E^^'?5f? §CIS'!?FS^ORE OIL TRACT LEASES 

HUNT BACKS LONGER SCHOOL DAY 1 NO YEAR 

HUNT FAVORS LONGER SCHOOL YEA) „,,,„ 

HUNT REAFFIRMS STANDS ON SCHOTLS. STATE LOTTERY 

FUNPS AVAILABLE FOR 5» PAY RAISE 

WNTl^lST^JuiRTER "nOUSTRIAL RECRUITING BEST EVEK IN N.C, 

HUNT PRAISES INDUSTRY RECRUIT'ENT. SAYS MORE CAN BE DONE 

CnvFRNOR PLANS TOUGH DRUNK-ORI Vl NG ACTION 

HUNT PLANS OU! ENFORCEMENT EFFORT ,.,-, 

HUNT: STATE TO USE MINORS IN 'ROBES OF ALCOHOL SALES 

nV.l.l'^.'tnVc.l\Vlui,\T.°.\ \mi 's2o"ui32?? STEP DOWN 

nlJKf li;l ^5IISiaS°V^JcK?Js'^iJuL0 BE TOP PRIORITY 

TtVuVA'TuI" "iSf: ODN.T <AISF TWO SALES LEVIES 

niranFl Pf TRON IC5 firm TH BulLD nufiHAM PLANT 

SlCROELECTRnNlcl; MITSueisSl TO BUILD PLANT IN NORTHERN DURHAM 

TELECOM WORKERS GET CREDIT 

EXPANSION TO CREATE OVER 1.005 NEW JOBS 

NORTHERN TELECOM TO EXPAND PLANT IN DURHAM COUNTY 

HUNT SiY CiLL SPECIAL SESSION ON DISCOVERY LAW 

Sunt may call special session for next week 

HUNT SAYS special session cou.d convene next week 

HUNT investigates BOLTON DRIN< VOTE 

HUNT: DROUGHT IS MAJOR N.C. ISSUE 

NEW DRUNKEN DRIVING LAW CALLED NATION'S TOUGHEST 

HUNT BACKS HOLIDAY, SUPPORTS l W I LAW 

HUNT NAMES COMMISSION ON E0OC«TION ^, ,,,„.. 

GOVERNOR SAYS TEXTILES FACE UNFAIR COMPETITION 

TASK FORCE MAKES PROPOSALS ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

HUNT SAYS PIPELINE POSES MORE THREATS 

HUNT: CAMPAIGN NOT HURTING 0E10CRAT5 

HUNT SEES LOT OF 'ISSUE ADS' 

SAFE ROADS ACT CITED IN FATALITIES DECREASE 

HUNT: RULES wON'T HURT JESSE JACKSON 

HUNT DEFENDS DEMOCRATIC PARTY RULES 

HUNT. JAMES P. JR.. PRISONS , , ,, 

500 INMATES GET TRADITIONAL EARLY RELEASE 

HUNT. JAMES 6. JR.. PROCLAMATIONS „, ,^,, 

HUNT PROCLAIMS YEAR FOR N.C. •'ETHOOISTS 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR.. ROADS 

GOVERNOR'S CONCERN LATE 

HUNT, JAMES 6. JR., SALARY ,„.„„^,,„ 
RAISE FOR GOVERNOR IS CONSIDERED 
GOVERNOR NOT ALONE IN OESERVI'JG A RAISE 
POTENTIAL CANDIDATES OPPOSE PAY RAISE 
HUNT OPPOSES SALARY INCREASE . 
BAD TIME TO RAISE SALARY FOR ^OVcRNOR 
LOW PRIORITY 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR.. SOCIAL SECURITY 

BENEFITS CUTOFFS TO STOP ..,^^r 

HUNT PLANS FREEZE OF PENSION CUTOFFS 
HUNT ORDERS HALT TO PURGE OF SOCIAL SECURITY ROLLS 

rN? iiSrHSi^lMISEll 'T^O^gL'i^I^DrSABIL.TY CUTOFFS 

rTiiri^ol^D^fo'^giv^tir^acn;' Security benefits loss 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. SPEECHES „-,ri>,r 

HUNT WILL SPEAK AT BUSINESS McETING 
HUNT TO SPEAK AT BBB MEETING 
GOV. HUNT TO PLUG 'SAFE ROADS ACT' 
HUNT OUTLINES OUI CRACKDOWN 

EXTENSION OF INTERSTATE ".0 'MIVING ALONG.' 
HUNT SAYS PRIVATE SCHOOLS IMPORTANT TO N.C. 
BUSINESS BUREAU PLANS IlIFANSIDN 
HUNT, HELMS PUSH FOR STATEWIDE TELEVISION AIR TIME 
HUNT URGES HARMONY IN TRIANGL: , „ . 

HUNT: TRIANGLE SHOULD HAVE 0R1ERLY GROWTH 
GOV. HUNT ADDRESSES ANTI-HELMS DINNER 
HUNT SAYS REPORT OFFERS MAP TJ FUTURE 
HUNT: FARMERS NEED TO PRODUCE QUALITY LEAF 
HUNT URGES INVOLVEMENT IN SCHOOLS 
BUSINESS. SCHOOL TIES STUDIED 
GOVERNOR PRAISES LOUISBURG PRIJECT 
GOVERNOR PRAISES PROGRESS AT DTI 
HUNT: HIGH TECHNOLOGY HELPS CREATE JOBS 
FORESIGHT HELPS KEEP STATE'S FUTuPE BRIGHT 
SCIENCE. MiTH SCHOOL FUND DR W E SUCCESS 
hOnT: science SCHOOL LAUNCHES S'f;Q''5l: H'^XIcircR ^ays 
BUSINESS GAINING IN MOUNTAIN AREAS, BANK OFFICER SAYS 
1501 MILLION POWER PLANT DEDICATED 
HUNT HAS PRAISE FOR DURHAM 
HUNT: DURHAM IS EXCITING CITY 

HUNT: SOUTH CAN ASSURE PUPILS OUALITY EDUCATION 
STATE, LOCAL ANSWERS ON EDUCATION URGEO 
GOV. HUNT'S BOOK TO 6E RELEASED 
MASONS TO HEAR HUNT , , ,., 

HUNT PRAISES MUTUAL'S ACHIEVEMENT 
HUNT PRAISES DURHAM COMPANY , ^,, , 

• STAY HEALTHY, HUNT TELLS FURNITURE FOLK , , ,^ „ 

GOVFRNOR RRaIsES RECORD OF BLJ E CROSS. BLUE SHIELD 

HUNT URGES RTP Buffer zone , „ 

r;: r.^i^^Jsr^R's^^cS-t^^SsT^vi^s^sss^s?:?! overseas competition 
rNfpiArs??^?i^MMC8?;Y'?^;:ii-':;.a;^iici^isf? 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. STAFF , „ , 
MCOEVITT LEAVFS JIM HUNT PA;«£. 



HUNT SAYS 
FUTURE 



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9/16/83 


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12/15/83 


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1/08/33 


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3/11/93 


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PACE I If 

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HAVELV OUirS OUKE TO HELP IN HUNT DRIVE 

HUNT. JAMES B. J».. STATE EMPLOYESS 
HUNT TO BACK END TO KACE FREEZE 

HUNT SAVS ME HILL CONTINUE BACKING LIFT OF PAY FREEZE 
HUNT HANTS St PAY HIKE 
MERIT IN HUNT PLAN . , . , 

FLAHERTY Charges state employees pqliticmnc 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR.. STATE Of THE STATE SPEECH 

HUNT STRESSES JOBS, EDUCATION , „„ ,., „„„,„ „, 

SOME LEGISLATORS ASK IF MONEY AVAILABLE FOR HUNT'S PROGRAMS 

HARK THE SOUND OF MUFFLEO VOKES 

REVENUES CONCERN DURHAM LEGISLATORS 

GOP SCOFFS AT SPEECH; DFMOCRAIS CAUTIOUS 

HUNT SETS GOALS TO CONTROL CRIME 

HUNT, JAMES 8. JR.t TAXES 
HUNT AGAINST TAX HIKE 
STATE TAX BILLS: HUNT: DQN-T <*ISE TuO SALES LEVIES 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. TEXTILES .,..,,„ „,, 

HUNT URGES RESTRICTIONS ON CHINESE TEXTILE IMPORTS 
HUNT ASKS CONSUMERS TO BUY U.S. TEXTILES 
GOVERNOR SAYS TEXTILES FACE U1 F » I R COMPETITION 
HELMS SAYS HUNT HURTING TEXTILE. LEAF INDUSTRIES 
HUNT ENDORSES LIMIT ON TEXTILE IMPORTS 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. THREATS AGAINST HIS LIFE 

MAN GETS PRISON TERM FOR THREATENING HUNT 

HUNT. JAMES P. JR.. TOBACCO 

HUNT: FARMERS NEED TO PRODUCE QUALITY LEAF 

GOV. HUNT SAYS FARMERS MUST P<ODUCE FINEST LEAF 

HUNT HQN'T TAKE STAND ON LEAF PLAN 

HUNT STRESSES POLITICAL UNITY ON TOBACCO ISSUE 

HUNT BLASTS PROPOSAL TO END LEAF PKOiRA" 

HUNT ASKS U.S. SENATORS TO BACK LEAF SUPPORTS 

HELMS SAYS HUNT HURTING TEXTI.E. LEAF INDUSTRIES 

TOBACCO PEOPLE STAGE 'PEP RALLY- 



HUN Ti 



JR. 



TRAVEL 



JAMES B. JK.. IKAVCL 

HUNT CANCELS TRIP TO EUROPE , , 

HUNT PLANNING EUROPEAN TRIP TO TOUT STATE 
GERMAN PLANT MOVING TO COUNTY 

1. EUROPEAN COMPANIES TO OPEN =LANTS IN N.C. 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. VOLUNTEERS 

HUNT SHOhS HORTM of VOLUNTEER") 
GOVERNOR DISPLAYS VOLUNTEERS" VALUE 
H. 222. 000 IN CASH 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR.. HOMEN'S ISSUES 

UOMEN'S ECONOMIC POST CREATED IN STATE AGENCY 



HUNT. JAMES, BUSINESS 

HUNT BACKS LEGISLATION TO HEL' 



SMALL BUSINESSES 



"^ 'hOMAN turns DETECTIVE TO PROv; SON'S DEATH HASN'T ACCIDENT 
A MOTHER 'S RESOLVE 

HUNT. JOHN IREP.l 

HELPING GRANDPA 

HUNT. LESLIE (CLAYTONI 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED IN GAMBLING CASE 
MAN IS SENTENCED ON GAMBLING COUNT 

HUNT. PATRICIA STANFORD 

JUDGE HUNT TO SPEAK AT GRADUATION 

JUDGE HUNT TO SPEAK TOMORROW TQ CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL GRADUATES 

HUNT. RALPH (DURHAM CITY COUNCILI 

PSO CANCER-COLLARS STIR CONCERN 

HOHARO CLEMENT NAMED TO COUNCIL SEAT 

BUDGET REOUEST SEEKS PAY FOR -=XTRA OFFICERS 

BEER PURCHASES LEAD TO CITATIONS 

SEER LAW CITATIONS CONTINUE 

COUNCILMAN CLEAREO OF ILLEGAL BEER SALE 

COUNCILMAN FOUND INNOCENT 

16 FOUND GUILTY OF BEER SALES 

LOOPHOLE NEEDS CLOSING IN NEW BEER. HINE LAH 

FUlll LAH REQUIRED VERDICT OF INNOCENT 

police beer 'sting' a 'travesty of justice- 
mi nor beer sales: judge la8ar< e proves coukts are slack 
durham ruling fits fears 
hunt, pledger to talk hi th center consultant 
ralph hunt may seek house seat 

hunt. stephen (union millsl ,, ^.,, 

court reverses ruling on utilities' fuel adjustments 

hunt. susan rand (charlotte) 
toxic shock lawsuit filed 

hunt. hanoa 

area legislators' committee assignments 
sen. hunt named to 3 committers 

hunt. hill i am jr. 

anti-catholic article has distortion of facts 

hunt. william lanier 

hildflower conservation 

planning begins for new ywca program 

hunter. curtis 

hunter sidelined with broken foot 

heels lose hunter hith borken foot 

playoffs could be time for hunter to emerge 

martin. hunter give unc a lift 

unc's hunter breaks foot, out a hetks 

hunter likely first red-shirt under dean smith 

HUNTER, OhIGHT ANOREH 

INMATE HANTS L ET TER-wR ITER 

HUNTER. GORDON COBLE (DECEASEDI 

GORDON HUNTER. RETIRED BANKER 

HUNTER. GROVER DR. AND MRS. (PERSO^I CO. I 
HUNTER HOME IS A SPECIAL PLACE 

HUNTER. IVORY JOE 

MAN ARRESTED IN STABBING 



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1/18/83 A 
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1/1 8/83 A 
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1/26/83 A 


1 
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7/08/83 A 


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H 2 
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12/03/83 A 


12 
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3/17/83 A 
'./19/83 A 
4/20/83 A 
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6/l<)/83 C 
11/05/83 A 
11/19/83 C 


1 
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N 
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P N 
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6/24/83 A 
10/26/83 a 
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11/17/83 A 


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2/17/83 C 
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1/07/83 


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4/30/83 


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H 3 


6/04/83 


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6/04/83 


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3/04/R3 


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5/24/83 


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3/10/83 


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8/17/83 


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H 2 1/13/83 C 7 
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H 2 3/16/83 A 4 E 
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H 2 1/17/93 a 3 N 

S 2 1/17/83 2 N 

S 2 3/15/83 a 2 P F 018 

5 2 3/26/83 A 8 P U F25 

H 2 8/15/93 a 3 N 

H 2 U/30/93 a 1 P N M71 



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H»N 4CCUSE0 OF X0LE5I4II0N 

MUNTEAf LINkOOD I 3RI0GEu«TERi CONN. I 
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HUNTER. MARVIN 
09ITUARY 

HUNTERt "OLLY IWAITRESSI 

HITMMOLOINO a tip unfair TO HA 

HUNTER. REGINALD ICDLOSbOROI 

Two TAR nEcLS OROHN IN LAKE AT 

HUNTER. RICHARD F. 

IJ. 150.565 IS SOUGHT FOR flUOGf 
BOARD TOLO OF CIVIL ACTION 
ALOER-EN PONOfR 2-CENT TA« HI< 
CARRBORO ABLE TO ABSORB DROP I 
CAR TOTAL INCORRECT 
CARRBORO TO FIRE "ANAGER HUNTE 
NO RESIGNATION. HUNTER SATS 
HUNTER TO RESIGN DEC. 30 AS «A 
T0»NnOUSE RULING TO BE ChalLEV 

HLWTER. WILLIA" H. OR. ICLENSON. S 
TOUGH SChEOULE is UNC'S PROBL: 

HUPHAN* H. R. IMEBANE) 

5 NAMED TO ORANGE DEVELOPMENT 

HUPMAN. MiLLlAM 5. "BOB" (»EBANEI 

MEBAnE MAYORAL ELECTION HEARI-I 

HURLEY. ANN (DARE CO. 1 

0AR6 COUNTY HOHAN DIES IN BOAT 

MuRSEY. BESSIE TEaSlEY OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HURST, GOLDIE CaSILEBERRY 
OBITUARY 

HURST. ROBERT IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HURT. LUCY SEAGSOVES IBEThESOA. MQ. 
OBITUARY 

MuSKEY. DAMON IRUTHERFORO CO. SmERI 
PETITION SEEKS REMOVAL OF RUT< 
PETITION URGES REMOVAL OF SHE-! 

HUSXEY. PATRICIA ANN (ShELBYI 

MOTHER CONVICTED IN GIRL'S Oe« 1 

HUSKINS. J. P. IREP.I 

SALES TA» HIKE BILL PLANNED 
BILLS ASK LOTTERY. SALES TAX - 
PRESSURE MOUNTING ON STATE L E' 

HUSSEIN. KING IJORCANI 

HUSSEIN REJECTS ROLE IN PEACE 

HUSTVEDT. K. C. 

DON'T BUY GAMES 

huTChINS. JAMES 

DEATH SENTENCES 

COURT REJECTS huTChINS' APPEA. 

N.C. OFFICIALS PREPARING FOR EXECUTION 

HUTCHINS. LILA CLECG 
OBITUARY 

HUTCHINSON. KENNY IBASKETBALL PLATFR) 

CAROLINA, STATE TO LAND TOP NfK YORK RECRUITS 



FFI 

ERFORO'S Sheriff 

IFF 



IKE 



ISLATORS TO CONSIDER TAX HIKE 
PLAN ICARTOONI 



UIT OVER SALE OF HOUSE 

CE CASE 

HARD IN HOUSE SUIT 



lOENT 
TEEN 



HUTCHISON, CARL AND PAULINE 

JURY BEGINS DELIBERATIONS IN 5 
NO DAMAGES AWARDED IN NEGLIGEN 
COURT RULES ALL AT FAULT: NO 4 

HYATT, FRANCES MOODY IChaPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

HYDE. MICHAEL TOOO 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN ONE-CAR ACC 
ONE-CAR ACCIDENT KILLS DURHAM 

HYDE, 'lAT 

CHAMBER PROGRAM PROVIDES ADIVSERS TO SMALL BUSINESSES 

HYMAN, CAROL 

VOLUNTEERS HELP GIRLS 

HYMAN, LELA G. IROBERSONVILLE I 
FOUR DIE IN N.C. ACCIDENTS 

HYMAN, SONORA . , 

NO CRIMINAL ACTION PLANNED OVr R WARRANT HANDLING 
6-MONTm-OLD warrant SERVED 

HYPATIA lA.D. 370-H5I 
NO ORDINARY WOMAN 



IBRAHIM, MICHAEL A. DR. ICHAPEL hIlL 
OFFICIAL SAYS STATE'S POOR CAN' 

ICAhN, carl C. in, Y.I 

DAN RIVER BOARD JKS HOLDING C3 

T'UCE CALLED IN DAN RIVER TAKE 

OAN RIVER DIRECTORS APPROVE ST 

ICKES. FRED 

CITY SEEKING OPINIONS ON FUTLH 

IOEkER. MARY LQU 

DOCENTS: THEY SPARK K I OS ' INTf 

iglehart. grace 



T GET TO. OR AFFORD. HEALTH CARE 



MPANY PLAN 
OVER WAR 
OCK PLAN 



£ OF DURHAM 
REST In SCIENCE 



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11/23/83 

6/06/83 
12/14/83 

0/29/83 
10/31/83 
10/13/83 

6/30/83 
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A 12 
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H 2 1/22/33 A 



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1/19/83 
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10/18/83 
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1/06/83 
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2/05/83 
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12/31/13 



tJUBERANI raOOLEK ARTISTS CREATE A CmaOS OF COLOft 
ILLINGUORTM, PHIL IP J. 

SOVIET UNION Should not be ou< hooel 
U.S. constitution holds answers 

SUPREME COURT RUINING OUR NATION 



IHINEPHRO, 

ACCuS 

INABINET, 
S.C. 



KILSJN A. 
ATION REGRETTED 



n. C. JR. I COLUMBIA, S.C. 1 
BUSINESSMAN INABINET DIES AT <,'; 



INDERfURTH, RICK 

REPORTER TO SPEAK AT UNC 

INGERSOL. R. STANLEY 

MILITARY SOLUTION kON'T KORK 

INGLEt CARL ANOREX (CAROLINA BEACHI 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED IN GAMBLING CASE 
MAN IS SENTENCED ON GAMBLING lOUNT 

INGLES. IHELMA ILA JOLLA, CALIF. I 
OBI TUARY 

INGOLOt RUTH u. ILUCAHAI 
OBITUARY 

INGRAM, JAMES HERMAN 1 GREENSPOHO I 

Two MEN ARE SENTENCED FOR R0B1ERIES 

INGRAM, JERRY IHILLSnOROUGHI 

DEAF MAN SAYS MAGISTRATE OENICQ HIM INTERPRETER 

INGRAM, JERRY LEE 

MAN SFNTENCfO IN ABORTION CASE 

INGRAM. JOHN 

INSURANCE RATES REDUCED FOR UIRHERS COMPENSATION 
INGRAM RAPS SENATE PANEL APPOINTMENT 
LEGISLATIVE PANELS WORK ON OUI LAWS 
SUITS FILED BY INGRAM, EX-PART NER 

INGRAM WANTS REVISIONS TO "PRJHIBIT PRICE FIXING' 
INGRAM TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR 
INGRAM TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR 

HEALTH MAINTENANCE SILL IS PROTESTED BY INGRAM 
INGRAM SEES INSURANCE NEED IF ORAM SHOP LAW IS PASSED 
MAXIMUM INSURANCE LIMITS SOUGHT 

MAXIMUM INSURANCE LIMITS SOUGHT IN OUI CONVICTIONS 
INSURANCE PLAN FLAWED 
INGRAM TO SPEAK AT NCCU 

PROPOSAL BACKED BY INGRAM IS SENT TO A SUBCOMMITTEE 
INGRAM TESTIFIES ABOUT INSuPA>lCE RATES 

INGRAM: STATE HEALTH INSURANC? BEST HANDLED IN PRIVATE SECTOR 
JUDGE STOPS SUPPRESSION ON INSURANCE NEWSLETTER 
INGRAM CHARGES LEGISLATOR HARASSING HIS DEPARTMENT 
INGRAM PACKS CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE BILL 
INGRAM DEFENDS OFFICIALS' COMPENSATORY TIME OFF 
SPLIT SLOWS INSURANCE BILLS 
COMMISSIONER: INSURANCE LAW NEEDS CHANGES 
INSURANCE OFFICIALS ABUSING A PRIVILEGE 
INGRAM TO SPEAK IN OXFORD 
INSURANCE LOBBYISTS CRITICIZE BILL 
INGRAM TO SPEAK 

DURHAM, HILLSIDE GRADUATE ',2i 
ISSUES CHALLENGE 

BLACK OFFICIALS HEAR HOPEFULS FOR GOVERNOR 
INGRAM BECOMES ILL AT EVENT 
INGRAM HAD J^-HOUR VIRUS 
INGRAM OUESTIONS NEW LAW 
INGRAM WILL RUN 

INGRAM ORDERS REDUCTIONS IN AJ TO INSURANCE RATES 
LIABILITY AUTO INSURANCE STAYS SAME, COLLISION CUT 
INSURANCE RATE HEARING CALLED 
INSURANCE FIRM HEARINGS SET 
INSURANCE SUIT SAYS RULE R A I S'^ S COSTS 
INGRAM OFFICIALLY STARTS CAMPAIGN 
•AIN'T NO WAY WE CAN GET EQUAL TIME!' 

CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK OUT FOR IMPROVING STATE'S ROADS 
N.C. AUTO INSURANCE RATE CASES SETTLED 

INGRAM SAYS INSURANCE RULES OV HAZARDOUS WASTES WEAK 
OFFICIAL REFUSES TO END HEARIMGS IN ANNUITY CASE 
INGRAM GIVES FOUR DAYS FOR APPEAL 
INGRAM SIGNS ANNUITY ORDER; APPEAL VOWED 
COURT REFUSES TO MAINTAIN CAMPAIGN SPENDING LAW 
INGRAM PLEDGES TO LIMIT CAMPAIGN SPENDING 
INGRAM PLEDGES SPENDING LIMIT FOR CAMPAIGN 

INGRAM, KEVIN lECU FOOTBALLI 

TEMPLE'S LOSS ECU'S GAIN; PHILADELPHIA NATIVE INGRAM LEADS BUGS AT OB. 

INGRAM, MABEL CRAIG (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

INGRAM, PETER (RTI AND DUKE PaThOLIGISTI 

ELECTRON MICROSCOPE METHOD SOLVES MEDICAL PUZZLES 

INGRAM, W. T. 

CITY FATHERS NEED TO CLEAN UP DOWNTOWN 

INGRAM, WILLIAM (NATIONAL GUAROI 

GUARD LEADER ACCUSED OF ABUSES BY LEGISLATOR 

NATIONAL GUARD LEADER DENIES 1 HARGE S 

OPINION SAYS ADJUTANT GENERAL CANNOT COLLECT PENSION 

ONE 'IMPROPER' FLIGHT ACKNOWLFDGEO 

N.C. ADJUTANT GENERAL PLANS TO RETIRE 

INSPECTOR GENERAL BEGINS PROB^ OF N.C. GUARD 

N.C. NATIONAL GUARD URGED TO TIGHTEN RESTRICTIONS 

FORMER N.C. GUARD LEADER HONOJED DESPITE PROBES 

INMAN, BOBBY (MICROELECTRONICS C COMPUTER TECH. CORP. I 
GROUP SEEKS LAB HOME 

MICROELECTRONICS FIRM MAY LOCATE IN TRIANGLE 
LAB'S FUTURE TO BE KNOWN ON TUESDAY 
RTP WON'T GET NEW FACILITY 
LAB'S TEXAS MOVE 'EXPLAINED' 

INMAN, PRISCILLA 

MAN FREED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 
CHARGES DISMISSED 

INSKEEP, BOB 

AIRING IT OUT: RELIGION SHOW TEAMS PROF, DISC JOCKEY 

INSKIP, SUNNY 



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H 2 1/07/83 H 1 N 

S 2 './3D/83 A 3 N 



H 2 8/05/83 C 5 



H 2 2/26/83 C 



H 2 3/25/83 B 



H 2 3/10/83 A 



H 2 


1/11/83 


A 


1 2 


N 


H 2 


1/18/83 


A 




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H 7 


1/11/83 


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12 


N 


H 2 


2/02/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


2/03/83 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


2/08/S3 


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H 2 


2/09/83 


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2/39/83 


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2/22/83 


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2/28/83 


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i/ai/83 


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3/14/83 


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4/26/93 


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4/26/83 


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4/28/93 


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5/17/83 


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5/19/83 


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5/22/83 


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H 2 


5/22/33 


A 


14 


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S 2 


5/23/83 


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5/27/93 


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6/02/83 


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6/02/83 


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6/04/83 


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6/04/83 


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6/12/93 


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6/22/33 


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6/23/83 


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9/10/33 


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9/12/83 


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9/19/33 


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9/23/83 


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10/01/83 


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10/04/83 


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10/09/83 


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10/21/83 


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10/23/83 


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11/02/83 


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11/1 1/83 


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11/22/83 


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12/01/83 


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12/16/83 


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12/21/93 


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12/29/83 


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12/29/83 


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12/30/33 


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6/23/33 


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6/30/83 


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8/31/83 


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5/12/83 


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1/01/S3 - li/il/33 



INSKIP ENJOrlNG success Qf NuJTmEBN'S iTmLETICS 
This «nO That 

INSKOf VEALA (Chapel mIllI 

scnoai. fOARD Supports hore rejumeo courses 

MRS. INSKO CmOSEN ORANCE DEHO CMlfF 
ORANGE 0E"JCRATS TAP INSKO PR=SID6NT 
MS. INSKO TO DIRECT TRAINING 

IPSEN, KENT F. (Class ARTISTI 

NANCT HAY PAINTING TAKES A NE'' TURN 

IRENE, EUGENE A. JR. luNC-CM DEPT. OF CmEHISThyi 
2 PROFS JOIN UNC 
Two PROFESSORS APPOINTED TO FACULTY AT UNC-CMAPEL HILL 

IRONSi JANET 

8R0DEI' CONFIRHS OUR FEARS 
•DURHAM FACES PR09LEH" 

IRONSIDE. ROOERICK A. 

WHY DID GROUPS OPPOSE THE ERA? 

IRUELA. 'ARIA IWINSTON-SALEHI 

2 DUKE STUDENTS RECEIVE FELLOWSHIPS 

IRVIN. J. LOGAN DR. 

IRVIN ELECTED HEAD OF PLANNING BOARD 

ISAAC. Rhys I AUSTRALI Al 

BOOK FROK UNC P»ESS »INS HISTIRY PULITJER 
PULITZER CAKE AS NO SURPIRSE 

ISAACS. SARAH 0. 

THANKS TO DANCERS 

ISCETT. BERNIE AND "ARTha 

THEY'RE ONE BIGi HAPPY family 

I»ET, LELA ELLIS IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

JABLIN. RICHARD 

FOUR TONS OF TNT ■ 

JABLONSKY. JOSEPH PAUL IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JABYt BOXANNA (OECEaSEDI 
OBITUARY 

JACK. JUDENE 

SAFETY SEATS FOR CHILDREN 

JACKMAN. BILL 

JACKMAN'S DEFECTION 

BLUE DEVILS JACKMAN MOVING TO NEBRASKA 

PICK ONE: A CLOCK OR 3-PDlNTE) 



IDECEASEDl 



JACKSON, ANDREM EuGENE "PAPA JACK" 
OBITUARY 

JACKSON, 8ETTYE lU.S. DEPT. OF HUOl 
CRIME VICTI-S 'FIGHTING BACK' 
official: HOUSING SUBSIDIES h; LP LOm-INCOME RESIDENTS 

JACKSON. CLYDE IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

JACKSON, CynThIa 

SUMMER PROGRAMS TO GO OFF-CAM^uS 
MATH SCHOOL hEl'S STaTEmIDE 

JACKSON, DEBORAH IChAPEL hILLI 

FOOTPRINTS LEAD TO LARCENY ARJEST 
CHAPEL HILL WOMAN HELD IN LARCENIES 

JACKSON, DWIGhT IBOONEI 

THREE MEN ARRAIGNED IN MUROER CASE 

JACKSON. EDmaRO 

family appreciates aid 
family seeking shelter 

jackson. fred 

2 Charged kith stabbing 

JACKSON, HENRY M. ISENATORI IDECEAiiEOl 

DEATH OF A Patriot 

JACKSON, JACOUELYNE J. DR. 

ARTICLE UNFAIR TO BLACK MOMEN 

JACKSON. JESSE L. REV. 

JESSE JACKSON MILL SPEAK AT OJRHAM hIGh MONOAY 

JESSE JACKSON TO APPEAR HERE 

JACKSON LAUNCHES VOTE DRIVE 

BLACKS IN DURHAM TARGET OF VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE 

VOTE CAMPAIGN COMES TO DHS 

JACKSON PUSHES VOTE 

JESSE JACKSON SEES OLD SOUTH. NOT TODAY'S 

JACKSON CONTINUES VOTER DRIVE IN N.C. 

'FREEDOM TRAIN'S A-COMIN," Ja;kSON EXHORTS, 'SIGN UP' 

THIS MESSAGE TIMELESS 

SOUTHERN RACISM STILL ENTRENCHED 

JESSE JACKSON, THE SOUTH AND INDUSTRY 

MOONEYHAM BEGINS DRIVE TO SIG'J UP CHRISTIAN VOTERS 

JESSE IN '8<. - VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE 

N.C. BLACK VOTER REGISTRATION UP; CAMPAIGN'S ROLE DEBATED 

JACKSON TO SPEAK 

MONOALE SHOULD SELECI JACKSON 

JACKSON URGES POLITICAL TRADES 

MONEY IS MAIN FACTOR IN JACKSIN CANOIDACY 

JACKSON'S NCCU talk results II REGISTERING OF 500 STUDENTS 

N.C. PIVOTAL TO JACKSON 

MARKHAM RESIGNS JOB AT NCCU 

MAYOR QUITS ■(CCu POST AS PROTEST 

ONE GROUP STICKS PY MAYOR 

MALKER 'OUMPFOUNDED' BY MARKHAM'S CHARGES 

MARKHAM'S mOROS SURPRISE SPaulOING 

MAYOR CHARLES MARKHAM: TmERE is no place in DURHAM FOR RACIST. 

MAYOR OVERREACTED TO JACKSON SPEECH 

N.C. BLACKS mELCOME BIO 

JACKSON'S APPEARANCE WAS NOT RACIST ACT 

JACKSON'S Campaign wysr FOLLOW HIGH ROAD 

'SUPERIOR RACE' IDEOLOGY CONfJSES PEOPLE 



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F0RTH91GHT CAMPAIGN GIVES «Ay:)» a uIN 

JACKSON A JUST HAN 

HONOALE HURT "OST SY JACKSON CANUIOACV 

MONOALE DENIES JACKSON IMPACT, HOOS MINORITIES 

PASSING PARAOE 

HUNT: RULES MON'T HURT JESSE JACKSON 

HUNT DEFENOS DEMOCRATIC PARTY RULES 

JACKSON WON'T NIN BY CREATING CHAOS 

JACKSON FACES SLIM ODDS 

JACKSON, JOE IMUSICIANI 

SOUND, ACTION SOUR ROCK SHOW 

JACKSON, JOHN DAVIO IAN0«EMS, N.C.I 

n.c. man among victims on missing plane 

jackson, keith kathern 

2 Charged with stabbing 

jackson, nora johnson (deceaseoi 
obituary 

jackson, preston lee ( f aye t te v i ll el 
fayetteville man faces 21 changes 

jackson, raymond alfred "bo" (oeceasedi 
obituary 

JACKSON, STEVE IBRUNSmCK CO.l 

SENATOR FACES EXTORTION COUNT 

JACKSON, WALLACE DR. ( OUK E UNIV. E'JGLISH PROFESSORI 
DUKE PROF PUBLISHES NEM STUDY OF POPE 

JACKSON, HALTER JR. 

SHOTS END WILD TRUCK CHASE 

JACOB, MARK MATTHEWS DR. 
* PROMOTED AT OUKE 

JACOBS, BARRY IWRITERI 
HOOREFIELOS, 17B5 

JACOBS, DON IHAYNE CO.l 

HAYNE DA FILES MOTION ON PAROLE COMMISSION 

JACOBS, JAMES K. -BUDDY" 

HAN CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPING, BURGLARY AND ASSAULT 

JACOBS, LILA WILKINS (BAHAMAI 
OBITUARY 

JACOBS, SYLVIA M. DR. 

JACOBS ELECTED TO OFFICE 

JACOBS PRESENTS PAPER AT MEETING 

JAGANNATHAN, N.S. 

FACTORY GETS HINDU 'iLESSING 

JALUVKA, LYNN 

JALUVKA 10 GET AWARD 

JALUVKA, AOAMS WIN AWARDS IN 'RESS WOMEN COMPETITION 

STORY AIDS RED CROSS DONOR EFFORT 

JAMERSON, MARCUS 

COURT SENDS PART Of OUKE POWt< RATE APPEAL BACK TO PANEL 

JAMES, BOB 

JAMES: ACC NEEDS DECISION 

JAMES, CHARLES OR. ICHARLOTTEI 
i DOCTORS TO PAY 1150,000 

JAMES, CLYDE LEE IBLACKSBURG, S.C.I 

ELDERLY S.C. HAN SURRENDERS T3 POLICE 

JAHES, OEVAN IDECEASEOI 
UBITuARV 

JAMES, JULIA IRQKBOROI 

ROXBORQ CHAMBER OFFICIAL RESIGNS 

JAMES, KATHERINE NELSON ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

JAHES, LUCILLE 

STRONG WILL PERMITS HER TO WALK AGAIN 

JAHES, RAYMOND E. IFEOERAL CORRECTIONAL INST. BUTNERI 
PRISON STORY IN ERROR 

JAMES, THOMAS CHRISTOPHER "TINK" 
SHOTGUN BLAST WOUNDS MAN 

JAHIESON, INE2 VAUGHAN IDRUHRIGHT, OKLA.I 
OBITUARY 

JAMISON, THOMAS IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JANES, DEBBIE 

RUCKELSHAUS EXCITES EPA IN TRIANGLE 

JANSEN, V. ROBERT JR. 

BAR PANEL WEIGHS GAG PROPOSALS 

JABBOE, BETTY 

THE MUSIC FANS 

JARBOE, WALLY 

HEALTH COLUMN A GREAT SERVICE 

CITY OF MEDICINE SEEKING EIPWURE 

CITY OF MEDICINE BENEFITS RESIDENTS 

CITY OF MEDICINE STUDIES -WELLNESS FAIR' 

PANCAKE SALE A SUCCESS 

ANNUAL KIWANIS PANCAKE SALE rtJGE SUCCESS 

CITY OF HEDICINE OFFICIALS PL>N REPORT ON HEALTH-CARE NEEDS 

JARHAN, MURRAY ICLEMSONI 

JARMAN'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT 

JARHON, INEZ lAMITYVILLE, N.Y.I 
OBITUARY 

JARHON, MARY AND JOE 



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AHjiZIHG mEODING bells aiNG IN JARMGNS" GARDEN 

JARHONt SUE 

STATE TO PAT 450 BECAUSE Of KLAT 

Ln-EB RETAIL SALES OF CHEESE ?RING GIVEAMAY RESTRICTIONS 

JARBARn, HASY ELIZABETH IUNC-Cm PRTfESSORI 

SPEECH PROFESSORS EXPLORE COM** UNI CAT I ONS fiY WOMEN 

JARRELL, SAM (RIChmQNO CO. I , , ^ „^„ 

ROCKINGHAM POLICE CHIEF, »SSISTA.<T ARE SUSPENDED 

JARuZELSKIt wOJCtECH (POLISH GENER4L) 

GEN. aOJCIECH JARU2ELSK1 WITH SOLIDARITY IMPRISONED (CARTOON) 

JARVIES, GREG (Chapel mill P'iOI 

QUI ARRESTS IN Chapel mill rise 

JAYNEt BENJAMIN A. OR. 

DUKE FORESTRY SCHOOL MAY GET U.S. FUNDS FOR 1ST TIME 

JEFFERSON. ALBERT (PAMLICOI 

MAN SURVIVES FOR 5 DAYS IN B0» T SUk'OUNEO BY ICE 
MAN DIDN'T LOSE HOPE FOR RESCJE 

JEFFFRSON, DAVIO 

2 CHARGED KITH STABBING 

JEFFREY, PAUL (MUSICIANl 

•VIBE KING" BOOSTING OUKE Jtl! 

HAMPTON PRAISES DUKE PROGRAM 

DEAR OLD CUKE Thy JAZZ ME BRING... 

JEFFREYS, STFFANI ANNE (CHAPEL H I LL 1 
ORANGE mOman CHARGED IN ThEFT 

JEFFRIES, MABEL , , . , ,r, 

FOLKS ABOUND HERE: JITM THE Pr T SET 
JOIN THE FUN AT THE HERB PARTf 

JEFFRIES, MIKE (Duke soccer PLAYFR( 
DUKE-5 JEFFRIES SOCCER'S BEST 
ACT'S BBOMN GOES DIFFERENT ROUTE FOR SUCCESS 

JEFFRIES, MYRA mElEND ( SNOM CAMPl 
UNC COEDS KILLED IN ALAMANCE 

JEFFRIES, WALTER DAVID 

COURT UPHOLDS MANSLAUGHTER CO-IVICTION 

■'''"* 'auiGET^BEauEsf seeks pay for =«TR« OFFICERS 
COUNCIL CHAIRMEN NAMED 

JENKINS, JIMMY R. CR, (ELIZABETH CITY STATE UN I V . I 
CHANCELLOR NAMED 

JENKINS, JOHN T. IN.C. HIGHWAY PAT»OLi 
NEW PATROL LEADER NAMED 

JENKINS, LEO 

JENKINS MULLS CANDIDACY 
SUPPORT SOUGHT FOB LEO JENKIN'. 

JENKINS, LIN DORA GuESS (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

JENKINS, MARIANNA 

NICE WORDS FOR LICENSE BUREAU 

JENKINS, MARSHALL (UNC-CH STUOENTI 
JENKINS WINS AWARD 

JENKINS. MICHAEL ANTHONY 

Two ARRESTED IN STORE HEIST 

''^'"'"lNMAifl''ANo''"s MOTHER CHARGED WITH CONSPIRING TO BRIBE DEPUTY 

mother, son face jail bribery counts 

jenkins, winfred «ayn£ (gastoniai 

murder case low bono is critllized 

jenks, esther 

enforce animal control law i 

jennings, billie jean 

it's time now to tidy up 

jennings, dick (haywood co.l ,, ,^, ,, „ ^ 

production of trout now 16 million business in n.c. 

jennings, mike (chapel hilli 

town planners back parker r0a3 extension 
owasa woes get hearing 
chambeb group discusses water 

jennings, ralph e. 

county general joins medical network 

county general hopes to cut hospital costs „,„,, ,„„ ,_ 

private donations necessary f^r continued hospital growth 

""'""^recoros^say'jenrette Target of abscam as favor to fbi 

''""''hV,: Si'N"SS3ATEs''lS:i00 fob .ORK on state CAPITOL 

JENSEN, KRISTIN ,, ^. 

OUKE WRITERS' CAMP PROVIDES '=UN TIME' 

JENSEN, MAIFY 

MOST KIDS AREN'T BAD 

JERALOS, LUTHER B. -NICK" (REP.l 

FRESHMAN LEGISLATOR HAS BIG PIST 

JERNIGAN, GLENN (N.C. EMPLOYMENT SECURITIES COMM. CMMH.I 
DESPITE DRAIN, JOBLESS FUNO OLLEO STRONG 
STATE ECONOMY SHOULD IMPROVE NEXT YEAR 

JERNIGAN, H. B. "HILLY- (5ELMAI 
BOY SHOT, SUSPECT FLEES 

LETIEr'on aids insulting, INCORRECT 



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JERRFLLt CHRISTOPHFR VERNON 

M«N HURT IN ACCIDENTAL SHOOTIVG 

JERRELLi KENT 

TWO TEENS FACE ARREST 

JERRETT, aHUCE FRANKLIN 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL OVER COMMUNITY TALK 

JESSUPt LARRY DjAYNE 

MAN ESCAPES FROM DURHAM PRISON UNIT 
PRISON ESCAPEE IS RECAPTURED 

JESSUP. MICHAEL 11002 MONMOUTH AVE. I 

WOMAN INJURED IN TWO-CAR COLLI SIQN 

JETERi MICHAEL OESHAWN lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JETT. JOAN 

JOAN JETI; 



•I'M A GYPSY* 



JEWETT, FRANCES ARMOUR 
OBITUARY 

JIG&ETTS. CHARLIE LEE 
OBITUARY 

JIMISONt ALAN DANE IMARIDNI 

MOTHER HOPES CAR'S WRECKAGE WILL MAKE OTHERS DRIVE SAFELY 

JQChERi KATHARINF (DECEASEni 

SOCIOLOGY PIONEER AT UNC DIES 
OR. JOCHER called -noble SPIRIT' 
OBI TUARY 

JOERG, FREOERICK C. 

SERVICE SET FOR JOERG 
JOERG MEMORIAL SUNDAY 

JOHANSON. DONALD I ANTHR OPOL OG 1 S T ) 

'LUCY* DISCOVERER TALKS ABOUT FAMILY OF HAN 

JOHN PAUL I I I POPE I 

THE FBI AND THE POPE 

POPE 'LIGHTS A CANDLE* 

HELMS WANTS 10 TALK WITH POPE 

THE GALILEO FILF 

POPE TO ORDAIN CHARLOTTE PRIEST 

POPE'S BOLD THRUST MAY SPUR FREEDOM 

POPE JOHN PAUL (CARTOONI 

N.C. BISHOP VISITS POPE 

JOHN PAUL II IPOPEI. ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS 
POWERFUL PICTURE 

JOHNS. E. WATTS lEL IZABEThTON, TEN'l.l 
OPITUARY 

JOHNSON, ACaThA (HILLSBOROUGH TOWN CLERKI 

HILLSBOROUGH TOWN BOARD FACES SUIT OVER MEETINGS 
FORMER TOWN LAWYER DENIES ROLE IN AGREEMENTS 

JOHNSON, ALBERT ,1 . 

LAND PURCHASE DEADLINE SOUGHT bY OEVELOPtR 

COUNCILMEN SKEPTICAL OF DEVELIPER'S PLEDGE 

HERE'S OUR REPLY TO MR. JOHNSON 

DEVELDP6R*S VIEWS NOT JUST A LAUGHING MATTER 

E»-C6NTER DEVELOPER GIVES CITY *TIL DEC. 31 TO SETTLE 



JOHNSON, ALFP 
THREE ME 

JOHNSON, ANN 
JOHNSON 

JOHNSON, BENJ 
TRIO CHA 
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PIZZA PL 
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STUDENT 

JOHNSON, BILL 
CHANCING 

JOHNSON, BILL 
OLD FACE 

JOHNSON, aOBB 
MAN SENT 



ED ILOUISBURGI 

N ARRESTED; MARIJUANA SEIZED 



GETS TASK FORCE APPOIMTMENT 

AMIN HOWARD (RALEIGH) 
RGEO WITH ROBBERY OF RESTAURANT 
HARGES IN RESTAURANT ^DLOUP 
ACE ROBBERY TRIAL IN <• TH DAY 
ACQUITTED OF ARMED ROaBERY 
ACQUITTED OF ROBBERY 



OF PATCHES *HUMILIATES* FIREMEN 



Y (FOOTBALL PLAYER I 

S FEATURED ON NEW FOOTBALL TEAM 



Y RAY JR. IGREENSBOROI 
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JOHNSON, BRIAN 

POWELL TO ME 
VICK SAYS HE 
CENTER CONTR 
CENTER DEVEL 
POWELL WANTS 
POWELL ADVIS 
CENTER FIRM 
CENTER DEVEL 
JOHNSON: PAC 
COUNCIL SETS 
OEVELOPER*S 
DEVELOPERS 
DOBSON C JOH 
CENTER COMPL 
ROAD TO DOWN 
DEVELOPER DE 
CENTER DEVEL 
THREE FIRMS 



ET CENTER DEVELOPERS NEXT WEEK 

WILL NOT BE PAID FOR HELP WITH CENTER PROJECT 
ACT DEADLINE WON*T BE MET 
OPER EXPECTS OUSTER 

TO DROP CENTER DEVELOPER 
ES NEW DEVELOPER = OR CENTER JOB 
TRIES TO stay; CO'IPANY VOWS SPECIAL EFFORTS 
OPER PLANS TO STAY 
T WITH CITY CAN*! BE LEGALLY ENDED 

FINAL DEADLINE F3 R DEVELOPER 
MANNERS AGGRAVATE PROBLEM 

SK HALT ON TALK AiOUT DURHAM CIVIC CENTER 
NSON SAYS CRITICISM POLITICALLY INSPIRED 
ETION SAID TIME-CONSUMING 
TOWN DEVELOPMENT LONG, TORTUOUS 
NIES DEFAULT ON CENTER 

OPER WON'T GO IF :0UNCIL FIRES FIRM 
INTERESTED IN CENTER 



JOHNSON, BRUCE ILQUISBURGJ 

TWO ARRESTED IN ROBBERY 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

JOHNSON, CAROLYN (N.C. UTILITIES COMMISSION LAWYERI 
LAWYER FILES FOR COUNCIL AT-HRGE SEAT 
JOHNSON ENTERS AI-LARGE RACE 
WRONG NAME L ISTED 
VOTE TO CHOOSE COUNCIL FINALISTS 

VOTE Carolyn johnson Durham city council at large... 

CITY council primary 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRIMARIES 

CHALLENGERS LEAD INCUMBENTS I'l CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY 



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6/09/83 


A 


1 1 


N 


2 


6/23/83 


A 


it n 


F 




7/03/83 


D 


5 T 


1 


2 


9/09/83 


A 


8 


N 



H 2 12/30/83 A <. P E 



H 2 11/17/83 A 16 



7/16/83 A 1 N 
7/16/83 C 1 N B'.6 



1/06/83 
6/22/83 
a/I'./83 
8/17/83 



S 2 12/16/83 A 



H 1 12/16/83 B 



S 2 2/09/83 C 



N S51 
N S5l 

E 
E 
N K90 



H 


2 


3/l<./83 B 


1 


N H51 


S 


2 


3/l'./83 A 


5 


N 


S 


2 


9/23/83 C 


1 


N F30 


H 


2 


9/27/83 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


9/27/83 A 


5 


N F30 



S 2 2/24/83 A 



8/13/83 I 



S 2 10/19/83 C 1<. 



s ? 


1/18/83 


A 


I N 


K90 


S 7 


<./02/83 


A 


t N 


K90 


S 2 


5/05/83 


A 


1 N 


K9I) 


H 2 


7/2B/83 


A 


1 N 


HHl 


S 2 


7/28/83 


A 


I N 


K9a 


H 2 


7/29/83 


A 


1 N 


HHl 


H 2 


7/30/83 


A 


1 N 


HHl 


S 2 


7/30/83 


A 


3 N 




S 2 


8/D1/83 


A 


1 N 


K90 


H 2 


8/02/83 


A 


1 N 


SSI 


H 2 


a/Oir/BS 


A 


4 E 




S 2 


8/U/83 


A 


I P N 


K90 


H 7 


a/12/83 


A 


I N 


S*)! 


S 7 


3/16/83 


A 


1 P N 


H6 1 


H 2 


8/2I/R3 


A 


1 N 


S5I 


S 2 


8/30/83 


A 


1 N 


K9(l 


S 2 


9/19/83 


A 


1 N 


K9(l 


H 2 


9/21/83 


A 


1 N 


S51 


H 2 


2/05/83 


A 


10 N 




S 2 


2/05/83 


A 


15 N 




H 2 


8/25/83 


A 


1 P N 


S51 


S 2 


3/25/83 


1. 


1 N 




S 7 


9/03/83 


A 


3 N 




H 2 


10/09/33 


A 


1 N 


S5l 


H 2 


10/09/33 


H 


8 P A 




H 7 


10/09/83 


n 


2 P F 




S 7 


10/10/83 


A 


7 N 




H 2 


10/12/83 


A 


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Sbl 



»»*0- MQNThLY/ANMUJL index bY NAMES P«r,F 146 

1/01/03 - U/31/fl3 1/17/8^ 

5 I I 

N E ELY 

P T DATE C PG L P 9YI. 

SCMOOL BQARO winners OESESVE ; ONCRATULATIONS H 2 lJ/12/«3 A 4 F 

6LACK GROUP FLEXES HUSCLES IN OURHA'l COUNCIL PACE S I 10/12/33 A 1 P N K9tl 

LABOR ORGANIZATION SUPPORTS MARKHAH AND Six NEiJCOMERS H 2 10/25/83 P i N 

SENIOR r.RQuP ENDORSES CANDIOAIES IN CITY RACES S 2 10/21/R3 A 3 N K9n 

VOTE CAROLYN JOHNSON DURHAM CITY COUNCIL AT LAKGE H 2 lO/lo/Sl 6 6 P A 

CANDIDATES DIFFER ON UTILITY ISSUE S 2 1/02/83 C 1 N ASA 

BARBS ARE THROWN AT CITY CANDIDATES' FORUH S 2 ll/OA/83 C 1 N kIo 

\'^;?'^''ln2=V}"^.J? 5fI9?"- "'" « 2 ll/05/«3 8 1 N sll 

6 VIE FOR AT-LARGE SEATS S 2 11/05/83 A 3 P N Kgo 

l<i SEEKING POSTS IN DURHAM RAIES H I 11/06/93 D 1 P c 

VOTERS SHEEP OUT FIVE COUNCIL'lEN H 2 ll/0?/83 A P N S51 

ELECTION GIVES DURHAM MORE LHERAL CITY COUNCIL S 2 11/09/83 A J K90 

6 NEWCOMERS ELECTED TO CITY C3UNCIL SEATS S 2 11/09/H3 fl P N K90 

COUNCIL LIKELY TO ADDRESS P0C<ETB00K ISSUES SOON H 2 11/10/83 A I J S51 

CAROLYN 0. JOHNSON "A NEW VOKE FOR PROGRESS" H 2 U/13/83 B 11 P A 

SPAULOING OUTSPENDS MARKHAM 11 BID TO BE DURHAM'S MAYOR S 2 U/29/83 A 1 N COS 

MAYORAL CONTEST TOPPED SPENDI-JG H 2 11/30/83 C 12 P N 

COUNCIL TRIMS MAYOR'S POWERS H 2 12/06/83 A 1 N 551 

JOHNSON, CHARLES T. JR. IWARREN CO. I 

WARREN APPOINTS INTERIM MANAGER H I 12/28/83 b I N 

JOHNSON, E1NA CATHERINE 

OBITUARY H 2 1/23/83 C 6 

JOHNSON, EDWARD AUGUSTUS 

TAR HEEL WROTE FIRST TEXTBOOK. ABOUT BLACKS S 2 3/23/83 A 15 N 

JOHNSON, ERNEST "ROCKEY" 

MAN NABBED IN BREAK-IN " S 2 7/11/83 C 1 N 

JOHNSON, FAT IBINGOI 

■I-l." 'BINGO,' WINNERS CRY H 2 'i/25/83 A 2 P F B81 

JOHNSON, FRANCINE 

WOMAN LOSES HER APPEAL ON PROSTITUTION CHARGES H 2 U/10/83 3 5 N 

JOHNSON, FRED JR. ICHARLOTTEI 

DISCRIMINATION RULING 0VERTUR>1£0 H 2 3/U/83 A 9 N 

JOHNSON, GUION GRIFFIS (CHAPEL HILL I 

AREA WRITERS Gain awards h 2 11/19/83 A 1 N 

HISTORIAN RECEIVES AWARD H 2 ll/2'./83 AH N 

STATE, LOCAL HISTORY AWARDS P'ESENTEO S 2 11/24/83 B 6 N J50 

GETS HISTORY AWARD S 2 12/16/83 C I N 

JOHNSON, GURNEY T. IRONDAl 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS 2 JUSTICES WERE ENTERTAINtO AT COTTAGE H 2 8/20/83 A 3 N 

JOHNSON, HARRIS 

TEER, CITIZEN SWAP HEATED WORIS H ? 1/J5/83 A 1 N H81 

MEETINGS ARE LIVELY, BUT HARDLY CONSTRUCTIVE H 2 1/07/83 A 4 E 

JOHNSON, HAYHOOO (PSQl 

BANK VICE PRESIDENT WINS JAYCSES' SERVICE AWARD H 2 2/09/63 B 1 P N L41 

JOHNSON, HORACE 

COMPETITION GROWS IN ORANGE RACES S 2 10/07/83 A 5 N H90 

GATES' CANDIDACY QUESTIONED H 3 U/04/R3 B 1 N W36 

WATER ISSUES CONCERN HOPEFULS S 1 11/04/83 C I N W36 

OPEN GOVERNMENT IS H I LLSBOROU''.H ISSUE H 2 11/06/83 2 P F W36 

SHEFFIELD, PORTO WIN MAYOR'S 'ACES; LLOYD, JOHNSON, STEVENS ELECTED... H 3 U/Q9/R3 H 1 P N W36 

HILLSBOROUGH MAYOR AND BOARD MEMBERS SwORN IN S 2 12/02/83 A 3 N 

JOHNSON, INEZ (OECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 1/21/83 A 10 

JOHNSON, J. ThURMAN ILIFE UNDERWRITERS! 

25 PAST PRESIDENTS OF GROUP H3N0REU S 2 9/17/83 A 3 P N T32 

JOHNSON, JAMES IHARVARO UNIV. ORGAVISTl 

RECITAL PLANNED H 2 9/02/83 A 6 N 

JOHNSON, JAMES IMECKLENBURG CO.! 

MECKLENBURG MAN CHARGED WITH MUROER S 2 1/14/83 A 2 N 

JOHNSON, JESSE JAMES 

PURSE STOLEN: Twj ARRESTED H 2 2/03/83 All N 

JOHNSON, JIMMY (GENERAL ELECTRICI 

THIS Christmas is a busy one for couple h 2 12/11/B3 e 2 p f m95 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH ICHARLOTTEI 

17-YEAR-OLO IS CHARGED WITH 3 KILLINGS H 2 1/30/63 A 4 N 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH (UNC-G OEPT. OF BU";IN£SS ADMINISTRATION! 

PREMIUM RISE SEEN UNDER COMPA<ATIVE FAULT H 2 3/03/83 B 1 P N 

JOHNSON, JUNIOR 

WALTRIP DISCOUNTS RUMORS OF F= UD H 2 3/05/83 B 2 N 591 

JUNIOR JOHNSON AMONG FIVE NAMF D TO AUTO RACING HALL H 2 5/29/83 B 5 N 

JOHNSON, WALTRIP BLAST NASCAR' S RULING ON PETTY H 2 10/10/83 fl 5 P N S9I 

JOHNSON, KEVIN (EAST CARHLINA UNIV. STUDENT! 

LIFE-LONG RESIDENT, VISITOR LOOK AT OUR CITY H 2 U/13/83 SOL 

JOHNSON, KIMBERLY IRALEIGHI 

FOR TRIANGLE'S ANNIE THE PLAY'S THE THING... H 2 8/28/83 E 1 P F H45 

JOHNSON, LEE OWIGHT ( GARNER 1 

TEENS CHARGED WITH MURDER 5 2 11/07/83 C 6 N 

JOHNSON, LHRRIE ANN 

FOUR ARRESTED IN RAID H 2 1/07/83 B 1 N A?* 

POLICE RAID NETS DRUGS, DETONATORS S 2 1/07/B3 A 14 N 

JOHNSON, LYNDON OAlNES 

"WE SEEK NO WIDER WAR..." (CA>TOON! H 2 12/26/83 A 4 T T R56 

JOHNSON, MARGARET (HILLSBOROUGH! 

DOG IS USED IN DRUG BLAST H 2 9/18/83 B 1 N 

DOG USED IN DRUG RAID S 2 9/19/63 C 1 N 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL BERNARD 

TWO PEOPLE FACE CHARGE OF FOR'^ERY H 2 12/15/83 C 9 N 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL D. (U.S. DEPT. OF JUSTICE ATTORNEY! 

PROSECUTORS WARN KLANSMEN MAY TRY TO SABOTAGE CASE H 2 5/05/83 A 13 N 

JOHNSON, MILDRED (ROCKY MOUNT! 

N.C. MOTHER SEEKS ACTION ON AMERICAN POWS AND MIAS S 2 1/28/S3 C 6 N 

JOHNSON, NELSON 

CWP HITS NEW FBI GUIDELINES H 2 3/12/83 A 13 N 

CWP MEMBER SAYS HE WANTS TO TFSTIFY H 2 <,/14/83 A 10 N 

CWP SAYS FBI WAS WARNED BEFORE SLAYINGS H 2 4/21/83 » 10 N 



'0 L P BTL 



JOHNSON. OLLie KOLANO IHIOOLESEX] 

TWO N»SH COUNTY ^<EN CH4BGE0 WITH POSSESSION OF STOLEN GOODS 

JOHNSON, OR* 6ELL (DECEASED] 
OBITUADV 



TREAK 

OR HIGH SCHOOLI 



OMAN 

1 EO TEACHER 



TOTS 

LOW TEMPERATURES 

FATAL FIRE 



JOHNSON, PAUL (CORVETTE OWNE"! 

JUBILEE HILL TEST THE SILVER S 

JOHNSON, PHYLLIS (LOWE'S GROVE JUNI 
WRITERS VISIT LTWE'S GROVE 
ROSTER OF WRITERS 
STUDENTS GAIN FRO" WRITERS" VISITS 

JOHNSON, REGINA (SEMORAI 

BODY OF SEMORA WOMAN FOUND IN VIRGINIA WOODS 
CAUSE OF DEATH IS PROBED 

autopsy: stab wounos killed WIC 

MAN CHARGED WITH SLAYING RETIRE 

JOHNSON, RICHARD 

MAN. 2 CHILDREN OIE IN FIRE 
ANGIER AVE. FIRE KILLS MAN, Z 
TRIANGLE AGAIN RECORDS RECORD 
FUND STARTED FOR SURVIVORS OF 
ONE MORE SENSELESS TRAGEDY 

JOHNSON, RICHARD DALE 

FORMER SOLDIER CHARGED IN STO)E EXECUTIVE'S DEATH 

JOHNSON, ROSA 0. (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, RUTH IBLALOCK ROAD I 

BLALOCK ROAD RESIDENTS SEEKINj CITY dRIDGE 

JOHNSON, SALLY OR. 

RTl SCIENTISTS TACKLE GOVERNMENT PROJECTS 

JOHNSON, SANDRA M. 

BAD PUBLICITY DISTRESSING 

JOHNSON. SHAHNA 

MELTED CRAYONS MAKE MAGIC 

JOHNSON. SHIRLEY CATFS 

DURHAM MAN GUILTY OF INCEST 

MAN GETS 4-1/2 YEARS FOR INCE'. T 

DURHAM MAN GETS ".-L/i YEARS H INCEST CASE 

JOHNSON. SILAS JOSH (OECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

JOHNSON. STEPHEN (1B3S CHEEK ROAOl 
YOUTH PREVENTED FROM DROWNING 

JOHNSON, STEVEN LAMONT (12-YEAR 0L1 INJURED BY GRENADE I 
GRENADE INJURES BOY, 12 
POLICE PROBE GRENADE INJURY 

JOHNSON, SUE (MURDOCH CENTERI 

IT SNOWS ALL YEAR AT MURDOCH 

JOHNSON, SYLVIA OANISE 

DETECTIVE OUITS DURING CASE P<OBt 

JOHNSON. TARA DEEREE 

WOMAN TURNS DETECTIVE TO PROVt 

JOHNSON. TERESA CATES 

DURHAM MAN GUILTY OF INCEST 
MAN GETS '•-\/2 YEARS FOR INC4S 
DURHAM MAN GETS '.-1/2 YEARS H 

JOHNSON, ULYSIS E. JR. (GULDSBOROI 
DON'T FORGET ROWS, MIAS IN VIF 

JOHNSON, VAUGHAN (NCSU FOOTBALL I 

HENOEL, JOHNSON PACK'S DEFENSI 

JOHNSON, VIOLET Ruth ideceasedi 
obituary 

johnson, willie james 

2 Charged with break-in 

johnson, 20ia frances (chapel hilli 

01ITUARY 

JOHNSTON, EUGENE (U.S. REP. J 

JOHNSTON EYES CONGRESSIONAL 61 C 

JOHNSTON, FLORENCE (DURHAM HERALD ^ 
NEW STAFFERS HAVE PERSON COUNT 

JOHNSTON, W. EUGENE (REP.l 

JOHNSTON SAYS HE WON'T RUN FOl 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM (18TH CENTURYI 

NEW JOURNAL SHOWS DURHAM HIST] 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM H. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSTON - HALE, ELLEN T, 
CLEAN SLATE FOR '83 
TO THE WEATHERMAN (POEMI 
ENOUGH 
NO SUPRISES 
THE MOMENT 
TOO BUSY TO SMILE? 
PUSH-BUTTON PHONE 
DANGER 
NOT HERE? 
NO SECRET 
REMEMBER? 
SURVIVAL 
STORM WARNING 
...AND A TIME TO TRADE 
TO AN EARLY MORNING CULPRIT 
AT SCHOOL 
MY SECRET 
SPRING'S PROMISE 

TO THE CAROLINA BASKETBALL PLAYER SHOPPING AT THE ACP 
A PARABLE 



SUN'S DEATH WASN'T ACCIDENT 

INCEST CASE 
TNAM 
VE KEYS 



EPJRTEk 1 
Y TIES 



CONGRESS 
RY UNIQUE. FASCINATING 



H 1 '>/27/e3 C 1 



H 2 5/20/83 E 



H 2 0/03/83 D 1 P f W6t> 



',/U/n3 
"./li/aj 
<./27/83 



N EOS 

E 

L 



H 2 11/28/83 B I N MSI 

5 2 11/23/83 CI N F30 

H 2 11/29/83 8 1 N H6C 

H 2 12/30/83 1 N 



S 2 
H 2 

H 2 
H 7 
H 2 


12/26/83 
12/26/83 
12/27/83 
12/27/83 
12/21/83 


A 
A 
A 
B 
A 


I P 
I P 

1 
1 
4 


N 
N 
N 
N 
E 


S51 
L30 


H 2 


5/24/83 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


8/11/83 


A 


23 







S 2 


3/14/83 


c 


1 


N 


M23 


H 2 


6/07/33 


B 


4 


N 




H 2 


3/1(1/83 


A 


5 


L 




S 2 


1/06/83 


D 


1 P 


F 


871 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


1/20/83 
1/20/33 
1/21/83 


C 

c 

A 


6 

I 

12 


N 
N 
N 


^51 
F30 
851 


H 2 


U/0')/83 


c 


7 







H 2 


6/11/83 


c 


7 


N 




H 2 
S 2 


2/20/83 
2/21/63 


c 
c 


1 
1 


N 
N 




H 2 


3/C5/83 


B 


I P 


F 


L30 


H 2 


5/25/83 


A 


1 


N 


A54 


H 2 


2/17/33 


c 


a 


N 




H ? 
5 2 

H 2 


1/20/83 
1/2D/83 
1/21/83 


c 
c 

A 


6 
1 2 


N 

N 
N 


f(51 

F30 
851 


S 2 


1/22/83 


A 




L 




H 2 


9/22/83 







N 


S91 


H 2 


6/14/33 


B 









H 2 


6/15/83 


A 


1 3 


N 




H 2 


7/19/83 


B 


9 


a 




H 1 


9/09/33 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/29/33 


D 


5 


U 


H55 


H 2 


10/07/33 


A 


16 


N 




H 2 


11/20/83 


D 


3 P 


U 


H45 


H 2 


10/13/83 


A 


18 







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H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/01/83 
1/06/83 
1/03/83 
1/11/83 
1/12/83 
2/04/83 
2/07/83 
2/03/83 
2/10/83 
2/11/83 
2/14/83 
2/15/83 
2/16/83 
3/01/83 
3/09/83 
3/11/83 
3/16/83 
3/18/83 
3/23/83 
3/28/83 




4 
5 
4 
5 
4 
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4 
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93 - 12/31/53 



S.O.S.? 

DEFEAT 

UH1 THE TOURNAMENT HTfSTERIA? 

EARPHONES 

TO CELEPRATE A VICTORY 

□NE-rEAB-OLO KEVIN 

SOON rNOoGn 

NAME TACS 

EAN 

A •<OTh£S'S legacy 

ALTER ECO 

TMEY DON'T -AKE TMEM LlKE THET USED TO... 

TO Tan.. .OR NOT TO 

AT The BANCUET for graduating MED STUDENTS 

PENCHANT FOR PENS 

EMERGENCE 

THE LAST BREAKFAST 

WRONG MAY 

AT The HICh SCHOOL REUNION 

SCULPTURE 

HANDOUTS 

CLEAR-OUT DAY 

ShEEPSTakES 

SUPER LADY 

THE RALLY DF The MARIGOLDS 

DIMINISHING RETURNS 

TO ERMA bOMBcCK, AFTER READING BuCHmaLD'S REPORT OF THE 300K FAIR. 

TO THE WEATHERMAN 

HAPPY rtCUR 

CHOIR PRACTICE 

TOM SCENE 

BUTTER FL lES 

AT The copy CENTER 

THE BUD 

COOL WAVE 

NEmS: cream CLAIMS DENIED 

FOOTBALL FE«E« 

AT The mall 

discontinued 

empty envelipes 

teaching poetry at school 

on viewing a snapshot 

bath-t|"£ magic 

rush ueek on sorority r0» 

calling card ' 

volunteers realists. visionaries 

AT The cocroR's office 

LET-OOmN 

ON FALL-BACK OAT 
NOV. 22. 1963 
JOSHUA PROOKS 
CABBAGE PATCH DTlLS 
IN ThF NEmS: BRIB''.ES 

THE Christmas rush 

STIFLE 

•OLD iSTRONAjT- 
DUIET CHRISTMAS 
AFTER THE FEAST 

JJLLYi RAYMOND A. IChaPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

JONES. AARON JR. (NE<< °ERNI 

COURT ASKS UTILITIES PANEL TO RECONSIDER RATE CASES 
COURT BACKS FAIR SENTENCING ACT 

JONES. ALEY 

RELIGIONi JEANE DIXON DON'T MIX 

JONES. AMOS JR. 
0» I TUARY 

JONES. ANDREW L. lOALEIGHl 

Raleigh man convicted of 1979 shooting death 

JONES. BARNEY L. 

information needed in GIRL'S T ISAPPEARANCE 

JOHESt BARTON GREGORY 

4 TEENS CHARGED «ITH CAR BREa<-InS 

JONES, SERNAOETTE I DUKE POWER CO. HOME ECONOMISIl 
GIVING The microwave ITS DUE 

JONES. BOB^Y EARL JR. lAlJRORAl 
3 N.C. -EN KILLED IN WRECK 
3 MEN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

JONES. CABELL BEajChamP IOECEaSEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. CHARLES R. 

2 CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

JONES. CRATE REV. 
BUMFU22LED 

FILKS ARQUNO HERE: WITH THE HALO SET 
FOLKS AROUND MERE: OlHER-WORDLY CHURCH 
MAN AND WOODPECKER 
TRY SAYING WHAT YOU MEAN 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HALO SET 

A charmin' start That went amick 

WHICH WAY TO HEAVEN? 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: wITm THE HlLO SET 

DON'T LOOK UP FOR HEAVEN. OOW>i FOR HELL 

HOORAY FOR CRATE JONES 

LOOK UP WHEN YOU'RE IN THE SEA OF DESPAIR 

NO Evidence heaven is ready 

folks around here: with the wee set 

this fiesta takes a siesta 

1 Chance to sail without bein". locked in 

folks around here: with the w? e set 

This mom hat spirit of cbrist<as 

JONES, crystal MICHELLE IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES, DANNY IMILLSEOROuGhI 

HlLLSBOHCUGH MAN FACES ASSAULT COUNT 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT TWICE 

MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING 

ORANGE MAN IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

JONES, OARRELL RAY IHENOERSONl 

CRASH KILLS MAN NEAR HENDERSON 

JONES, DEBORAH SUE I moRRI SVILLE I 



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4/10/93 


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4/29/B3 


A 


5 




5/0<./R3 


A 


5 




5/3a/R3 


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5/22/B3 





4 




5/24/83 


A 


4 




5/25/83 


A 


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5/29/83 





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6/09/83 


A 


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6/12/33 





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7/05/83 


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7/13/83 


A 


4 




7/14/83 


A 


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7/19/83 


A 


5 




7/23/83 


A 


4 




7/25/93 


A 


5 




7/26/83 


A 


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9/09/83 


A 


4 




3/10/93 


A 


4 




8/11/93 


A 


5 




9/12/B3 


A 


5 




9/21/93 





4 




8/24/83 


A 


5 




9/31/83 


A 


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9/07/83 


A 


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1 HURT, i CAKS «Rf HIT BEFUKt URlVtR CAUCHI 
Hf^ FORMAT nISAPP01NIIN& 

^"""ioS^S-iNSrUJN^'r? ifc't^i'rlNF ,K,NGS charge 

■'°''"SugSlS"iA"cH;ScED AS ACCfSSOlY TO .UROER 
BROTHER CHARGED IN KILLING 
ARREST "AQ6 IN HUROER 

JONESi OMIOHl EMMANUEL 

CAR-OEATH SUIT FILED 
LAHSUIT SEEKS 1752.000 

JONES. EARLIE IOU.*MAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITALI 
ALCOHOLIC CENTER GETS NE.< MOM: 

JONES. EDGAR EUGENE (HAVESVILLEI 

JURY INDICTS 12 IN VOTE PROBE .^.„., 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO VOTE-BUYING CHARGE 
HAN PLEADS GUILTY TO VOTE-BUYING 

JONES. EDNORAH TRICE lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. EOmaRO IBUTNERI 

WHY NOT SHOOT PETTY CRIMINALS? 

JONES. ERNIE IHROQKLYN. N.Y.I 

2 MEN DROWN. ANOTHER MISSING 

JONES. ERVIN SYLVESTER , ,, , ^, 
MAN CHARGED HITH PITING FINGER 

JONES. FLORENCE lOECEASEOI 
J9ITUARY 
OBITUARY 

JONES. FRANCES ELLEN DENNY lOECEASfOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. GABRIEL DEAN 1 HI LL S30R OUGH 1 
OBITUARY 

JONES, GEOR ^^^^ ^^ j.^^^ H0ME7 

GFORGE JONES' GUITAR SEIZED OJ E TO LamSUIT 
GUITAR HELD HOSTAGE 

JONES. GEORGE lAIOE TO JIMHY GREENl 

GREEN AIDE SEEKS HELP ON OUI -ASE 

JONES. GEORGE I COUNTR Y-wES T ER N SINOERl 
HER OREAH CAME TRUE 

JONES. GEORGIA DR. IMANSON'S REST HOME! 

STATE REVOKES LICENSE OF RALEIGH REST HOME 

JONES. GfRALDINE FIELDS lUALSTONBU^GI 
THREE ARE KILLED 

JONES. GLENN IGREENSBOROI ^. „.^ 

DEADLINE NEARS FOR FILING TA» RETURNS 

■'"''^S'NCREoiBLE STATE HISTORY OEPIITS -UNIQUE PEOPLE- 
JONES. HARRILL L. IGASTONIAl 

BUSINESSMAN PLANS BIO FOR SENATE 

JONES. HATTIE CAVINESS lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. HAYMOOD 

DURHAM MAN WINS BALDHEADS AWAIO 

JONES. IRVIN 1705 GRAY AVE. I 

POLICE SAY MAN BIT OFF A FINGER 

JONES. ISADORA lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

'"'"iN'fSrslS?tlGH^I°Til5 -EEK-S HIGHLIGHTS 

JONES. JAMES LONDON ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JIMMY 

PALMS RESTAURANT CLOSES 

PARK MANTS TO REOPEN RESTAURANT 

JONES. JOHN OLIVER IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY I 

OBITUARY 

JONES. JOHN PAUL JR. lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JOHN T. IPhOTOGRAPmERI ,^,„ 

GEOMETRY SPEAKS IN PHOTO EXHnlTION 

JONES. KAREN 1 AGR I C UL TUR A L EXTENSION AGENTI 
ISO TEENS IN LIVESTOCK SHOU 

JONES. LOUISE M. lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

''°'"'^OUKE''loOLaGY'FACULTY RANKS FI^TH IN STUDY 

SLACKS ARE GAINING ON WHITES IN »CH I EV EMENT T E STS 

BiATK PIJPUS SCORE BETTER ON STANDARDIZED TESTS 

TWO RESEARCHERS AT SSc ELECTE3 TO INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE 

reserachers elected to institjte 

jones. lynne iscwingi . , , 
wall hangings made with tlc 

JONES. MARY ILINCOLN COM. HEA LTh C£ NTER I 

JONES- CAREER SPANS -.3 YEARS IF SERVICE 

JONES. MARY ELLEN DR. lUNC-CH SCHODL OF MEOICINEI 
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H»N sTABeeo IN CMSsr 

POLICE CmAkGE Durham riQMAN wirri riUROER 

wHHAN hElo In fatal stabbing 

HUSBAND MELO in OEATM 

POLICE Charge 2no person In STAaBl'<c 

BRIAN K. SMITH INDICTED IN CREECH NURDER CASE 
GRAND JU»» RETURNS <!2 INDICTMENTS 

JQNESi NETTIE FRANKLIN 
OBITUARY 

JUNESi NETTIE STUART I SNOW CAMP, N.C.I 
OBITUARY 

JONES. NONIE (Chapel HILLI 
09ITu4ar 

JONES, OTIS 

MAN IS CmarGEO in rtOMAN'S DEATH 

DURHAM MAN Charged as ACCESSO'r to murder 

BROTHER CHiRGEO IN KILLING 

DURHAM MAN IS ARRESTED IN SLAVING 

ARREST MADE IN «UROER 

MAN GETS 15 TEARS IN SLATING 

JONES SENTENCED TO 15 TEARS FIR MURDER 

JONES, PATR IC I 4 ANN 

DURHAM LAy OFFICERS 3EGIN ROUNDUP IN BIG DRUG bUST 
20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SnEEP 

JONES, RETElLA (3UBHAM CO. ASSN. 0= EOUCArORSl 

tfaChers treated unfairly 

BOOK HELPS teachers DEAL •iITh ATTACKERS 

JONES, RHONDA 
OBITUARY 

JONES, RICHARD S. (DURHAM MORNING HERALQI 
ADAMS NAMED EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR 
HERALD MAKES STAFF CHANGES 



GAIL (DECEASEDl 



JONES, HOBFRT L. "RODOY- 
THOROUGHFARE PLANSi 



(DAVIDSON i. JC^^ESI „ , , 

■ATER SYSTEMS SAID NEEDED TO CONTROL DEVELOPMENT 



JONES, ROBERT VE»LON JR. (CHARLOTTE I 

luO N.C. FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS CHARGED 
ImQ men arrested on fraud CH41GES 

JONES, RONALD David (JEFFERSON. N.:.l 

mILKES man gets long TERM FOR KIDNAPPING AND ASSAULT 

JONES. S. P. 

CITY CURTAILS HOMING 

JONES, SAN 

JONES GETS HILLSIDE BASEBALL COACHING JOB 

JONES, STERLING IROULANDI 

4REN4 SAFE, UNC OFFICIAL SAYS 

AREA BUILDING PROBLEMS BLAMED ON SUSC0NTR4C TOR 

REPORT DECLARES NEh ARENA AT UNC SAFE DESPITE ERRORS 

JONES, THO-AS G. (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

JONES, Thomas S. (POMPANO BEACH, FL4.1 
OBITUARY 

JONESt VIRGINIA HOFFLER (DECEASED) 
OBI lUARY 

JONES, malTER n. (U.S. REP.l 

REP. MALTER JONES UNDERGOES SJRGERY 

JONES INTRODUCES BILL FOR M4TTER4S RJ40 »ORK 

REP. JONES INTRODUCES BILL TO ST4BILIZE OREGON INLcT 

BILL SEEKI>(G MONEY FOR N.C. F) DM OFFSHORE DRILLING 

LEGISLATICN ON JETTIES ADVANC'=S 

ANTI-ABORTION AMENDMENT MAY JtOPAROUE BILL 

LAKE PLAN OPPOSED 

CONGRESSMAN JONES OPPOSES PL4M TO TAP LAKE GASTON 

OREGON INLET JETTIES FAVORED r> Y 3 SOlONS 

SPECIAL LOOK AT FARMERS' JOES VTmED 

27 CONGRESSMEN OPPOSING BILL = OR OREGON INLET JETTIES 

JONES, mAlTE" ;. JR. (N.C. REP.l 
LEGISLATIVE CHOICE MADE 

LEGISLATOR NAMED TO FILL BUNDY'S TERM 
TAKING OaTh 

JONES, .ALTON luNC ADMINISTRATION! 
4 NAMED TO LABOR COUNCIL 

JONES, MILLIAM HALE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JONES, WILLIAM THOMAS (DECEASEDl 
OB ITUARY 

JONES, MiLLIAM a. (MARINE ST4fF SGT . I 
GUPTON SERVICES TOMORROW 

JONES, wOUOROm «. JUDGE ( RUIhER FORI TON 1 . 

WESTERN DISTRICT CHIEF JUDGE STEPPING DOWN 

JORDAN. FRANK (RICHMOND CO.l 

FRANK JORDAN IS SEEKING LT. CJV. POST 

JORDAN, GARFIELD 

2 MEN ARRESTED 

JORDAN. CATLING IDECE4SEDI 

OBITUARY 

JORDAN, GEORGE LYMAN JR. IMOUSTON, TEX4SI ,.t,o 

UI4C HONORS SIX FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO MEDICINE, tOUCATIO 

TAR HEEL cowboy: N.C. YOuTH IS ROOEO CHAMP 

JORDAN, HAMILTON 

The carter CRISIS: A FLAIR OF FICTION 
GOV. HUNT ADDRESSES ANTI-HELMS DINNER 

JORDAN, HOMER (CLEMSON UNIV.l 



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JORDAN. JOHN ^. , c/ry, /Ol a 1 U V t i 

GROUP PLANS FIGHT ON L lOUQR TAX LAW H J ,?/?;•;" 6 1 N 1(66 

ALLREO SAYS HE HAY RUN FOR ALAMANCE 8OAR0 SEAT H I 11/12/83 B 1 N 0<.6 

JORDAN, JOHN (COUNCIL CHRISTIAN ACADEHYl ,/)n/«, « ; o c M71 

PLAYER. COACH OR BOTH? " 2 2/20/83 6 2 P F MTl 

JORDAN. JOHN M, (REP.l , , /,,,oi q i 

LIMIT PROPOSED ON EMPLOYMENT 3Y 2 COUI^TIES H 1 J/ 2/83 B 



GROUP GIVES NOD TO LEGISLATION BANISHING COMPENSATING TIME H 2 6/16/83 



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JORDAN.^MKHAEL^^^^^ H 2 1/23/83 B I P N M71 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT THE MICSaEL JORDAN SHOu H 2 l/23/8| A J ? JJ gji 

JORDAN'S TALENT BURIES BLUE DEVILS ■ 5 2 /J";/" ' ? U F25 

MNDREDIBLE- JORDAN PUTS TECH AHAY S 2 1/3/83 D 2 P 018 

UNC-S 'SUPERMAN- DELIVERS AGAIN 5 2 |/ I/" ° ' ? " ° J 

VILLANOVA'S DETERMINATION PAYS OFF 5 2 2/1J/B3 3 P U 018 

SAMPSON, PERKINS, JORDAN ALL-AMERICA H 2 3/08/83 B 2 C N 

SAMPSON, JORDAN TOP ALL-ACC TEAM S 2 '/Oa/83 B 2 P N 

SAMPSON, JORDAN HEAD ALL-ACC LIST H 2 VOJ/J^ C 1 P N 

AP'S FIRST team: SAMPSON, TISnALE, ELLIS, JORDAN AND EUING H 2 i/l'/83 g 2 N 

SPORTING NEWS PICKS JORDAN T0» PLAYER H 2 ^/"/JJ n f P M F75 

JORDAN: BETTER AND BETTER S | 3/23/83 I P U F25 

JORDAN'S evolution: MATTER OF PRINCIPLES H 2 3/24/93 1 P F 071 

JORDAN LEADS U.S. TO -IN OVER BRAZIL, PAN AM GOLD H 2 8/27/83 DIN 

STATE'S PROCTOR TO MISS SEASOM WITH BAD KNEE H 2 10/12/83 C | ^ ^ 

QtA/MICHAEL JORDAN H 2 /23/83 f P F M71 

JORDAN HEARS TALK, FIRES BACK H 2 /"/" B f J ^ ^|1 

'TALK' FIRES UP JORDAN 5 2 ll/2'?/83 B 1 P N 1-25 

JORDAN, NANNIE RUTH (OECEASEDI 7/-ii/«j r j n 

OBITUARY " ' 7/31/ni L 2 U 

JORDAN, RAYMOND OR. I UNC VICE PRESIDENT! ,,/,i/Bl f. 1 N vj 3h 

MINORITY ENROLLMENT UP IN UNC SYSTEM H 2 11/12/83 b I N H36 

JORDAN, ROBERT ICREENSBOROI , ,„ u j n/in/B3 n 1 4 N 

CAR FALLS 300 FEET; N.C. MAN (ILLEO " ' 8/10/83 B 1 4 N 

JORDAN. ROBERT B* III (SEN.! ^ „„ e i u/->*./oi a i n 

JORDAN IS FIRST CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR S 2 ^^f?/" ' ' ^ 

STATE SENATOR BECOMES CANDIDATE FOR LT. GOV. , „ ,^ " | y/II'/S, Si N n<.ft 

SHORTER ASSEMBLY SESSIONS TO BE ISSUE IN LT. GOV. RACE H 2 '/2|/83 B 1 N 046 

STEWART CHALLENGES CANDIDATES TO DEBATE " 2 MnJ/ni PI N M36 

CANDIDATES URGE MORE TEACHER 'AY " J }/ J/«? r P N C60 

CANDIDATES OISAGREE ON BUDGET PANFL 5 2 1/16/83 C 1 P N C60 

DEMOS SEEK CLEAR BATTLE LINES \ <. <,30/Bl » 3 P N 846 

WHITTEO WILL NOT SEEK RE-ELECTION 5 2 2/^^^" A 3 P N B46 

WHITTED WON'T SEEK NEW TERM " 3 12/30/83 8 I P N 146 

JORDAN. ROBERT JOEL "SOaaY" (OECEASEDI t/nj/m (,7 

OBITUARY " ^ 5/U2/nJ u 

JORDAN. RONNIE (HUNTFRSVILLEl „ , <./,o/ni d 1 N 

PILOT OF ULTRALIGHT AIRPLANE IS INJURED " 1 4/19/83 B 1 N 

JORDAN. ROSS (BaTaVIA, ILL. I , , ,/,i/i,, . 4 1 

94TH INFANTRY REUNION SET 5 2 2/16/B3 A ■. I. 

JORGENSON.^JAIJES^ INVENT FASTER TEST. ..TO IDENTIFY PROTEINS AND OTHER... H 2 10/21/83 B 5 F 

JQSEY, BESSIE LEE COLVERT . ,,,(,,„, , ,, n 

OBITUARY " ' 1/26/M3 A li u 

JOSET, ZOLLIf a. SR. „ , i./7o/s3 r 12 

OBITUARY " '^ 4/2'</83 L ( <: 

JOSHI, ARVINO 0> DR. ^ , in/ifl/R3 A -S I 

MONOALE SHOULD SELECT JACKSON " ^ 10/18/83 A •> L 

■'°^"'lNS°*r!,"F.MILY SHARES CUSTOMS IF FOOD " 2 '•/"7/83 C 1 P F M95 

'"^"'Itudying 'Microelectronics 5 2 1/14/83 c i p p C56 

•"^"'lc^steps up generic cigarett- promotions I 2 '^'';SI 1 ; ^ 55-' 

LCM HIRES 300 WORKERS ,, = S i)/ni/BT n in 

LCM CONSIDERS ENTERING FOREIGM CIGARETTE MARKET " 2 2/04/83 D 10 

LCM DOESN'T PLAN TO ADO 3RD SHIFT DESPITE WORKFORCE RISE S 2 12/05/83 A 1 

JOYNER, BELTON RFV. ^ , j/ifl/s3 i u I 

DONATIONS NEEDED FOR EMERGENCY FUEL " 2 '/'J/" A 4 L 

TREMENDOUS RESPONSE " ' 2/06/83 u 4 L 

JOYNER, EDDIE (JOYNER WRECKING AND GRADINGI 7/ii/fll F 7 P F J40 

BACHELOR CHANGES HIS "IND WHEM HE MEETS ROXBORO LASS H 2 7/31/83 E 2 P F J40 

JOYNER, IKE (HENOERSONI , ,/n<./fl3 R 1 N 

MAN IS CHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING " ' 3/04/83 B I N 

JOYNER, IRVING L. (RALEIGHI , ,/r,J/«3 a 6 N 

CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYER SUPPORTS SUIT " 2 1/02/83 A 6 N 

JOYNER, MILTON TIMOTHY (BATTLEBOROI „ , <,/n9/fl3 h 4 N 

3 CHARGED IN CHURCH BURNINGS " 2 6/0'!/83 B 4 N 

JOYNER, MITCHELL RAY „ , 6/118/81 C 12 N 

KNIFE VICTIM IS IN STABLE CONMTION " 2 S/Sa/ai AS N 

ARRESTS ARE MADE IN 2 CITY ASSAULTS 5 2 9/08/83 A 5 N 

•'°'"'"(:d''bROcSC|RE misled in SEARCH FOR CITY HALL » 2 B/19/B3 A 4 L 

'°"*'?(;E'';N3?N?I0'NES"cA,i,c"|g^°2'JIiLER THAT COULD BE STOPPED IF FOUND IN TIME H 2 10/02/83 B U P N 830 

^""""MAN'grTs'flS'^^ARS IN FATAL ACCIDENT CASE H 2 3/D1/83 B 1 N 

MAN GETS SENTENCE IN DEATH S 2 3/D1/83 CI N F3a 

JOYNER, WILLIE (MARYLAND FOOTBALLI „ , ,n/,7/fn n 1 P F S91 

JOYNER REVISITED: 240 YARDS, TWO TOS " | fSCfl^Sl a 1 P U 018 

JOYNER NOT KEY FOR TERPS ^ 2 10/27/83 B 1 f U UIO 

JUOO, MARIAH DAVIS lOECEASEOI „ , 1/77/03 H 9 

OBITUARY • " ■= 3'22/07 o ■. u 

JUDO, ROBERT LEE (OECEASEDI , ^/.n/Bi r fl 

OBITUARY " 2 6/10/8J LOU 

JUGIS, PETER (CHARLOTTE! 



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POPE 10 QRDAiN Charlotte pkiest 

JULIAN* ALEXANDER 

JULIAN DESIGN GOES DISTAFF H 2 7/10/83 E 1 P F H45 

JUNG. CARL GUSTAV (SWISS PS TCMnLDGI S T I 

JUNG SOCIETY SEEnS HEMBERS H 2 <./Jl/a3 A 5 L 

JUNK* OAPYL R. 

SOVIETS ARE AFRAID H 2 9/29/B3 A 5 L 

JURGENSEN, srsNY 

JURGENSfN TfLLS ONE ON HIMSELF H 2 7/32/83 C 3 N 

JUKGENSEN, FIVE OTHERS JOIN S^RINE rt 2 7/31/83 3 3 P N 

JUSTICE. CHARLIE 

GHOST H 2 J/lS/eS A 13 P P T37 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: nhaT THE MS[LMAN BROUGHT H 2 3/22/83 8 I U 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: rflTH THt S'GRTS SET H 2 11/11/S3 D 1 1 U 

CHOO-CHOD DENIES BOOK ABOUT HIM S 2 12/09/83 8 1 N 

JUSTICE. E. LOUISE OR. IN.C. STATE UNIV. I 

JUSTICE »ILL SPEAK S 2 '■/l!/a3 A 3 N 

JUSTICE. ETHER a£LL OIXON 

OBITUARY M 2 5/23/83 3 7 

JUSTICE. GAIL 

COUPLE ARE ROMANTIC. A LOT ALIKE H 2 './W/aS £ 2 P F S56 

JUSTICE. J. RUPERT IROanQkE, wa.i 

OIL T»« COULO STIFLE FISCAL RECOVFHY 5 2 i/Ob/ll A «. L 

JUSTICE. JACK {PITT5B0R0I , , „,„ 

PITTSBORO MAYOR RE-ELECTED - H 2 11/09/93 A 9 N 

KABRICH. RANOY (wDCGl 

G-1D5 klNS "AGAZINE AWARDS H 2 2/26/83 C 12 P N 

MDCG. KABRICH EARN SALUTE S 2 2/26/93 A 3 N 

KAHOY, GEORGE CRAKE CO. I ,,.,„,.,,.. 

EnuCATION TO BE DISCUSSED S 2 5/19/83 C 1 N 

MORE STUDY PLANNED ON PROPOSALS TO CHANGE LENGTH OF SCHOOL YEAR S 2 5/19/93 a 1 S EOS 

KAHN. NANCY I H I LL S80R a<JGH I , , „ , 

HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN PRIZES HER PRIMITIVE KITCHEN ITEMS H 2 ',/28/83 C I P F H^S 

KAJCIENSKI. JOAN M. ^, _,_, 

STRAY DOGS REPRESENT UNCONTROLLED THREAT H 2 12/28/83 A 5 L 

kaMmERER. CharlENE REv. , ,,,,,., 

ACTING MINISTER TO OuKE IS NAMED H 2 3/27/83 A 2 <■ N 

DUKE ACTING MINISTER APPOINTED S 2 3/29/93 A 10 N 

K Af\ &« ^aRy Paul 

APARTMENT DEVELOPERS SEEK FUNIS H 2 2/05/83 C 1 N L<.1 

KANE BLAMES LOAN GRIPES ON DEMAND H 2 5/27/83 6 1 N L41 

N.C. AGENCY DIRECTOR GETS 33 =ERCENT RAISE S 2 3/22/83 C 3 N 

331 RAISE Out of line S 2 9/l<./93 A <. E 

'mulberry MOUSE: AN EXPLANATION OF hOw AN UGLY TREE PLAYED A PART... H 2 5/22/93 A 20 P F L30 

KANE. TERRY OR. 

OFFICIAL URGES MEDICAL TREATMENT FUR ALL S 2 6/18/83 A 3 N -23 

KANEKLIOES. GEORGE A. IRALEIGH LAWYERI , c,,,,o, , -> 

STATE REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN DENIES SEATS ON ELECTION BOARDS TO 2 MEN H 2 5/31/83 A 13 N 

KANUPP. HAROLD DEAN (HlCKORYl ,„,„i,o, r ,t .. 

3 INDICTED FOR STOLEN TREASURY CHECKS S 2 10/06/93 C 11 N 

KAPLAN. MORDECAI IRABBII „ , ,,,,,,„, . „ ^, 

HE LEFT MARK ON U.S. JUDAISM H 2 U/12/83 A 9 N 

"'"■'pr'esIr'vJtION PREACHED H ' 10/l<,/83 8 1 N H90 

KAPLAN. STANLEY H. (EDUCATION CENTER LTD.. N.f.l ,,,,,=, . ^ , 

SCORES ON SAT CAN BE IMPROVED " | ,S^?4,?, i ,? t, 

KAPLAN CLAIMS TEST-HELP FIRMS FIND ACCEPTANCE H 2 10/13/83 A 22 N 

K AR I S t JOHN -_ iyin/m. a u 

KARIS GETS PRINCETON B.S. OEC>EE S 2 6/20/83 A 8 N 

KARPATKIN, RHOOA H. (CONSUMERS uNIONl ^ , .,.,,., . ^ , 

BEER AD 'MISLEADING' 5 2 8/02/83 A ". L 

KASH. MINOY ICARR30ROI ,/,n/oi a i D C IIO 

HERBS: HERBALISTS TEACH CLASSES ON MEDICINAL USE H 3 2/10/83 B 1 P F L 30 

KASSA8. ALFRED E. (CRANBURY, N.J.I , ,^,.,,o, . 

MACOONALO'S FATHER-IN-LAW WANTS LAW BARRING PROFITS H 2 10/l<./93 A 6 N 

MIDWIFE BILL IGNORES KEY POINTS " 2 5/09/93 A 5 L 

KATZ. ELISABETH o/>,/., , u I 

RECOGNIZING OUR OWN FAULTS " ' 9/21/93 A <. L 

'political COMMITTEES COSTLY T] ALL AMERICANS H 2 10/21/83 AIL 

KATZEN. LILA ISCULPIORI ,/iwai n o p ii r<,n 

SCULPTOR FOUND CALLING IN DREAM H 2 3/11/83 D 9 P U &68 

KAUFFMAN. TERESA 7/ni/a-> » i. I 

RESEARCH SHOWS WILLIE M. RlSfS S | J^?l/ol 5 t , 

ANOTHER SIDE OF WILLIE M. H 2 7/14/83 A 5 L 

RAUFMAN.^HA^^L^ f[j„ „□ LONGER AFFIlUTEO WITH CRIME FIGURES H 2 3/12/83 A 12 N 

KAUFMAN. HUGH (EPA OFFICIAL! , , ^,-,n/os /■ i -> .i 

HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS BAN URGED BY EPA OFFICIAL M 2 .t'lJI'^S^ 9 4 c 

WASTE-MAKERS TEMPT FATE S 2 10/08/83 A 4 E 

KAUFMAN. RUSSEL OR. , , cz-jn/a-i * t r <f^7 

UNRULY HUMAN CELLS CAN LEAD T3 CANCER S 2 5/20/83 A I G U57 

KAUFMAN, WILLIAM w. (MIT POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR! ,n/-.s/a-> a 7 N HOn 

EXPERT SAYS MODEST DEFENSE CUTS NOW wILL HELP LATER >< Z 10/05/83 8 7 N H90 

KAVAFIAN. IDA 7/m/m n I? N 

CONCERT PLANNED 5 2 2/03/83 D 12 N 

KAY. RICHARD DR. 



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»«&E 1^3 



DIG OUKE HELPED ORGSNIZE Y I E LO S DONKEY FOSSIL FIRSTS 

KAYE, SHANNON BGLIN (ACTRESS) 

REhEMBEBINC ARTHUR GODFREY 

KEARN, LOUIS IO»NER HRDC-TV. BURLMGTONl 

BURLINGTON TO GET FIRST TELEVISION STATION 

KI^ARNEY, CHARLES ( YOUNGSV I LLE I 
BROTHER CHARGED IN SLAVING 

KEARNEY, DIANE 

COUPLE SAYS FRIENDSHIP GOOD BASIS FOR MA«RIA;,E 

KEARNEY, OTIS DEXTER ( YOUNG SV I L LE 1 
BROTHER CHARGED IN SLAYING 

K6ARSEY, JAMES REAVI5 IRIOGEHAYJ 
yARREN COUNTY MAN SHOT 

KEATON, F>ENJAMIN 

DURHAM MEN HELP CREATE MUSICAL 



(MOREHEAD CITY) 



KEATON, VINA A 
OBITUARY 

KEEt MARSHA G. 

THANKS TO HOSPITAL STAFF 

KEECH, CHARLES 

POLICE CAPTURE MAN IN BUILDING 

KEEF6, FRANCIS (DUKE PAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM! 

PSYCHOLOGIST: PAIN PATIENTS CAN LFaoN -PAIN BEHAVIOR 

KEEN, JOSEPH DANIEL (LENOIR CO. I 
COURT VACATES DEATH PENALTY 

.KtHKER, LARKY (tCGSl 

ECOS WORKS TO RECYCLE SOME REFUSE 

KEIGHTON, JAMES n. 

REAGAN SHOULD CUT DEFENSE SPE>(DING 

IS The president inviting armagedoon? 

KEITH, ANNA (GAVIN'S INC. I 

CnuPLF COURT LONG DISTANCE 

KEITH, ARVID L. 
OBITUARY 



(CHILD PSYCHIAT5 1ST I 
IMMUNE TO PAIN OF DEPRESSION 
DEPRESSION HAS ITS AGES, STACiS 



keith, charles or 
Children not 



KEITH, JOHN (UECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

KEITH, JOSEPH VERNE (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

KEITH, L. J. 

ASSAULT Charged 

CAB DRIVER IS CHARGED IN ASSAULT 

KEITH, METRIS VERNON 
OBITUARY 

KEITH, NULUSHIOUS "BOE" (OECEASEni 
OBITUARY 

KEITH, VESTER (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

KEITH, WILLIAM D. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

KELL, JAMES ALEXANDER "JIM" II 
RESTAURANT WILL REOPEN 
RESTAURANT TO OPEN NEXT MONTH 

KELLAM, ARCHIE (GUILFORD CO.! 

TWO STATION ATTENDANTS RILLED 

N.C. POSTS REWARD IN DEATHS 

GUILFDRO OFFICERS STILL SEEK 1REAK IN TWO STABBINGS 

KELLER, MARGARET 

RECEIVES AwAKO 

KELLER, WOMEN IN ACTION RECEIVE SESSOMS AWARD 

MS. KELLER AWARD NOMINEE 

HUMAN RELATIONS AWARDS 

RULING MAY MEAN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR PRIVATE BUS SYSTEM IN DURHAM 

PANEL WANTS CITY TO TAKE OVER BUSES 

PANEL WILL URGE CITY TO DROP TUKE BUS PACT 

KELLER, OSCAR A. Ill (LEE CO.! 

SETTLEMENT REACHED ON REST HOH £ LEASE 
IN END, STATE LOST MONEY 

KELLER, OSCAR A. JR. (LEE CO.! 

SETTLEMENT REACHED ON REST H0'< £ LEASE 
IN END, STATE LOST MONEY 

KELLEY, ILA LAYTON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

KELLEY, PAUL X. (GENERAL! 
VISIT FROM COMMANDANT 

KELLY, GREGORY (DURHAM COUNTY JAIL! 

ASSAULT CHARGED AGAINST PRISONER 

KELLY, HATTIE WOODY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

KELLY, JAN M. 

FIGHT SPARKS Three arrests 

KELLY, MARGARET (MRS. JOHN KELLY) 
MOTHERS OF THE YEAR, 1983 

KELLY, MARVIN HANGUM (DECEASED) i 
OBITUARY 

KELLY, WALTER O'NEAL AND GERONNA MAE JONES (GUILFORD CO.) 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 


H 2 


9/28/83 


A 


1 


P 


N 


B30 


H 2 


3/2T/83 


c 


I 


P 


U 


L57 


H I 


6/17/83 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/2')/83 


A 


4 




N 




H 2 


'./2<./93 


E 


2 


P 


F 


J40 


H 2 


5/29/83 


A 


4 




N 




H I 


10/04/83 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


10/10/83 


C 


1 




N 


B61 


H 2 


6/07/83 


B 


9 









H 2 


11/12/83 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


5/31/83 


B 


1 2 




N 




H 2 


9/18/83 


C 


6 




F 


S30 


H 2 


8/10/93 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


8/31/83 


B 


1 





F 


F75 


H 2 
H 2 


2/07/83 
11/1',/B3 


A 
A 


5 




L 
L 




H 2 


6/26/83 


E 


I 


p 


F 


J40 


H 2 


7/27/93 


A 


9 









H 2 

; ? 


10/30/83 
U/09/83 


6 

C 


3 
I 


p 


F 
F 


830 
J06 


H 2 


7/28/83 


C 


15 









H 2 


9/24/83 


3 


8 









S 2 

H 2 


12/20/83 
12/22/83 


A 
C 


1 2 
1 3 




N 
N 




H 2 


1/25/83 


B 


9 









H 2 


11/23/93 


C 


5 









H 2 


6/1 1/83 


B 


7 









H 2 
M 2 


<,/23/83 
'./2'>/83 


B 
C 


5 
6 










S 2 

H 2 


3/18/83 
J/20/83 


C 
A 


1 
1 I 




N 

N 


S83 


H 2 
H 2 

H 1 


3/24/83 
3/25/83 
5/04/83 


A 
A 
B 


6 
17 

1 




N 
N 
N 




5 2 
S 2 

H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 

H 2 


1/22/83 

2/03/83 

2/D4/83 

2/20/83 

11/18/R3 

12/20/83 

12/21/83 


A 
A 
B 
C 
A 
A 
A 


15 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 


P 

P 
P 

p 


P 
N 
N 
P 
N 
N 
N 


M66 
K90 

T37 
K90 
K90 
S51 


H 2 
H 2 


7/07/83 
12/11/83 


A 
C 


7 
ID 




N 
N 


046 


H 2 
H 2 


7/07/83 
12/U/83 


A 

c 


7 
10 




N 
N 


046 


H 2 


9/16/83 


c 


9 









H 1 


12/10/83 


c 


1 


P 


P 




H 2 


2/12/93 


e 


4 




N 




H 2 


7/21/93 


c 


16 









S 2 


1/19/93 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


5/01/93 


E 


1 


P 


F 


H4 5 


H 2 


10/17/83 


B 


7 










1/oi/a) - ii/ii/n3 



i/ii/ai, 



OfflCIALS ClIE 8L000 LEVELS IN OROUNINGS 

KELLV. WENOY 

COUNTY SCHOHLS NAME 5 SCMnLAR'iHiP UINNtHS 

KELN6R. OREW N. IDUKE MEO. CENTER! 
NUCLEAR THREAT 

KEHNITZ. TAOEUSZ 

POLISH POLITICAL REFUGEES SALJIE FREtOQM 

KEMP, JACK IREP.I 

K6HP SAYS CONSERVATIVES KILL SUPPORT REAGAN BID 

KEMP* JAHES (NAACP) 

HEAD OF NAACP CALLS FOR VOTE REGISTRATION 

KEMPLEi GEORGE B. 

CENTRAL TELEPHONE PLANS TO REIUCE RATE REQUEST 

KENAN. THOHAS S. 

DURHAM ACADEMY PRESENTS ALUMNI AHARDS 

KENANf WILLIAM RAND JR. 

UNC TRUSTEES APPROVE BUILDINGS' CONSTRUCTION 

KENOALLi JAMES LEE lALAMANCE CO. I 

CONSPIRACY CHARGED IN STOLEN : AR CASE 

KENNEDY, ALETHA lOECEASEOJ 
OniTUARY 
OBITUARY 

KENNEDY, AUDREY JEAN (D6CEASED1 
OBI TUARY 

KENNEDY, Chris 

DUKE'S BOTTOM LINE IN AOMITTIVG RECRUITS: "CAN THEY GRADUATE?' 

KENNEDY, CYNTHIA P. (CREEDMOORl 
HOORAY FOR DOCTORS 

KENNEDY, EOMAKD M. 
THE ODD COUPLE 
A LESSON IN TOLERANCE 
POLITE RECEPTION FOR SENATOR KENNEDY NO SURPRISE 

KENNEDY, GEORGE A. DR. lUNC-CHI 
UNC AWARDS PROFS 

KENNEDY, JOHN FITZGERALD 

RETIRED AGENT RECALLS HORROR OF NOV. 22, 1963 

DURHAM NATIVE IS IN KENNEDY SERIES 

PREYER SAYS TWO PEOPLE FIRED SHOTS AT KENNEDY 

THE FRIDAY The NATION UEPT; WORDS, ACTIONS REMEHiERED THE DAY KENNEOY. 

JFK ASSASSINATION STUNG THE NATION'S CONSCIENCE 

'MARY MCGRORY SAID TO ME THAT WE'LL NEVER LAUGH AGAIN...' ICARTOONl 

KENNEDY: A FIGURE OF MYTH AS >4UCH AS OF HISTORY 

TWENTY YEARS AGO, DURHAM MQURH ED PRESIDENT'S DEATH 

FRIDAY RECALLS KENNEDY VISIT 

REMEMBERING JFK: JUDGING, MOURNING 

PUBLICITY MADE JFK POPULAR 

NOV. 22. 1963: TAR HEELS RECALL SHOCK OF ASSASSINATION NEWS 

KENNEOY REMAINS FIGURE OF MYT1 

KENNEDY SERVICE TOUCHING 

SOUND ADVICE OFTEN ECHOED 

KENNEDY, JOSEPH 

HE STRE-E-ETCHEO CARS TO MAKE LO-O-ONG LIMQS 

KENNEDY, JOSEPHINE J. IDAYTONA BE a: H I IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

KENNEDY, MAX 

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER RAPS THE tHAIRMAN 
CONFRONTATION ARISES AT SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 

KENNEDY, RICKY RECARDO 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, THE= T AT PAPER 

NEWSPAPER EMPLOYEE STABBED 

KENNEDY FACES ASSAULT HEARING TODAY 

KENNEDY, TERESA 
OBITUARY 

KENNEDY, w. J. Ill 

50 LOSE JOSS AT N.C. MUTUAL 

HUNT NAMES COMMISSION ON EDUCITION 

10 FROM DURHAM AREA PICKED FCR EDUCATION STUDY GROUP 

KENNEOY, w. J. JR. 

SERVICE AWARDS AT MUTUAL 

KEPLEY, JOHN ANDREW "DREW" (CHAPEL HILLI 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: BORN TO BOJNCE 

KERBY, EUGENE 

PLAN TO E<TENO SCHOOL YEAR, DAY DRAWS CRITICISM 

KEPCKHnFF, SYLVIA S. 

APARTMENT PLAN IS DRAWING FIRE 

KERLEY. EDWARD LEROY JR. IDECEASEDI 
OB 1 TUARY 

KERNODLE, ThELMA IDECEASEDI 
Oft 1 TUARY 

KERNS, NELL ELlZAtJETH CURTISS IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

KERNS, THUMAS or. 

BILL SPARKING DEBATE OVER OPTTMETRISTS 

KERR, ETHEL PEED IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

KERR, GENEVA IGARDFNERl 

DROUGHT DIDN'T HURT HER T0MAI3 PLANTS 

KERTFSe, ANURE 

PHOTO EHHIBITS MAKE THREE-PART HISTORY LESSON 

FREE LECTURE SET 

COOL SCENES, WARM FEELINGS 

KE5SEL, LOUISE ICHAPEL HiLLI 



N E r 

P D DATE C 

H ! 7/21/R3 C 

H 2 6/09/83 A 

H 2 1/18/13 A 

H ! 7/11/H3 A 

H 2 9/22/B3 A 

H 2 5/23/83 b 

H I 3/09/83 B 

S 2 10/22/83 A 

H 2 12/17/83 A 

H 3 12/06/83 B 



PG L P f^YL 



N CO? 
N 846 
N 



H 7 


12/12/83 


H 


7 









H 2 


12/15/83 


A 


18 









H 2 


<./09/83 


B 


It 









H 2 


10/18/83 


B 


2 




N 


S9I 


H 2 


1/29/83 


A 


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L 




H ? 


5/23/83 


A 


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10/16/83 


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H 2 


ll/a'./83 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


',/15/83 


A 


5 




N 




H ? 


U/08/93 


B 


5 




F 




s ? 


U/lS/fl3 


h 


S 




N 




H ' 


11/19/83 


n 


1 


P 


N 




H ? 


11/20/83 


A 


1 


P 


F 


CI9 


H ? 


11/20/83 


II 


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P 


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H 7 


1/22/93 


A 


4 


T 


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M56 


H 7 


1/22/83 


A 


1 II 




F 




S 7 


1/22/83 


A 


1 


P 


N 


C05 


S 2 


1/22/83 


A 


1 


P 


F 


C05 


S 7 


1 1/22/83 


A 


4 




F 




S 7 


11/22/83 


H 


I 




F 


C60 


H 7 


U/23/83 


H 


5 




N 




S 7 


11/23/83 


A 


3 


V 


F 




H 7 


11/29/93 


A 






1 




H 7 


12/05/83 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


12/22/83 


b 


1 


P 


F 


Bfll 


H 2 


12/27/93 


A 


16 









H 1 


3/09/83 


h 


1 




N 


W36 


S 2 


3/08/93 


A 


1 7 




N 





H 2 10/04/93 3 
S 2 10/04/93 C 
S 2 10/05/83 C 



H 2 


9/05/93 


B 


8 









S 2 
S 2 

H 2 


7/16/93 
10/13/83 
10/14/83 


A 
A 
A 


1 

1 

1 1 


p 


N 
N 

N 


A47 


H 2 


11/13/83 


D 


9 


P 


P 




H 2 


6/01/93 


B 


1 





U 




H 3 


6/07/83 


P 


1 




N 


N36 


S 2 


3/15/83 


B 


1 




N 


K90 


H 2 


U/1 1/83 


C 


9 









H 2 


12/06/83 


B 


9 









H 2 


11/21/83 


6 


7 









H 2 


6/03/83 


C 


1 




N 


M23 


H 2 
H 2 


2/08/93 
2/09/83 


a 

A 


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1 3 












H 2 9/25/93 E 15 P U G7S 



H 2 6/17/93 
S 2 6/23/93 D 
S 2 7/21/83 D 



14 P 
4 P 
2 P 



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STARS FORM PKTIJSES AND PtCTU'ES CjMt 10 LIFE 



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1/17/8'. 



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KETCMUM. «. L. IRO3LIN0I0M 

MAYOR OF BU'LINT, rnf, TO SE. 
BURLr^GTjN MAYOR UN'IPPQSEn 

KtTNF.*, JAMES LARRY (CHAPEL HILLl 

6X-IRS AGEf4T FACING FIVF TAX IHARGtS 

KEVES. Chac'lFS KFv. (HICKORYl 

■PARSON" ojSY playing SANTa 

KEY„ORlM, GEORCe A. 

SPEAKER AT "ATM SCHOUL TO UF PRESIDENT'S ADVISER 
KfYWORTH TO ADDRESS GRADUATES 
HATH SCHOOL SHOULD SHARE ITS EXPERIENCES 
REAGAN AIDE PRAISES SCHOOL 

KHAUAFYt MOAMMAH ICQL.l 

NAPOLFON HAS nvERPuUERING FEE-ING THAT HE 
SAND CASTLE ICARTOONl 



S MOAMMAR KHADAFY ICARTOUNl 



KHAN. ANViAR IN.C. ACT UNIV.l 

SURVEY INDICATES SMALL FARMERS LOSING MONEY 
PROFESSOR: SMALL FARMS MAY DISAPPEAR RY 19<)0 

"HOkASANEE. HUSEIN M. 

A TALE OF 2 DEBT SIHKIES 

< lELfR. DAVID 1 V lUL INI5T1 

BANJO AND VIOLIN MUSIC FLOrt AT CrtAPFL hILL FUMS 

KIFFIN. "OMF 

STORY NAMFD hFAO CQACH at hILlIA'^S 
KIFFIN JOINS PACKER STAFF AS ASSISTANT 

KIGER. PAM'LA 

COUGAR ATTACKS CHARLOTTE WOMAN 
COUGAR tILL BE OBSERVED FOR RABIES 

K ILBTUPNF , JF AN OR. 

UNDER THE INFLUENCE. ..OF ADS AND ALCOHOL 

KILbURN, S. COLLINS RtV. 

DUKF OEflATE: CRITICISM OF NATIONAL, riORLO CHURCH COUNCILS TO BE AIRFD 
NATURE Cf CHURCH — SOCIAL OH SPIRITUAL — IS ARGUED 

KILGO. J. C. IPIShOPI I 

SHE YEARNS TO HEAR 'MARSE JAC< • PEAL AGAIN 

KiLPATRiCK, Christopher ichapel hilli 

TWO PAY UP CLYDESDALE SUIT AWARD 

KILPAIRICK. JAMES J. 

LOOK WHO'S COMING! JULY lOTH, l')83 — JAMES 

KILPATRICK JOINS HERALD COLUMNISTS 

ino GIRLS NOT BIZARRE 

LINGUISTIC EXCELLENCE 

HE OR SHE--WHAT' WHY? HOW? WHlT"* 



KILPATRICK, 



KIM 

KIM, 



HlH SONG INCSSM STuOENTI 

MATH SCHOOL PUPIL WINS DUKE SCHOLARSHIP 



KINNEY H. INCCU PHYSICS PROFES SOR I 

SOVIET THREAT! BRUTALITY, MASSACRE RESPONSES TO KINDNESS 

ILINONESS 



KIM - MILLER, SALLY OR. 

MACULAR OEGE'(ERATION CAUSES p:RIPHE«AL SIGHT 

KIMBALL, JEFFREY THOMAS (CHAPEL HILLI 
WRECK KILLS COUNTY MAN 

KIMBALL , PHIL IP H. 

WILL Durham wait TOO late to '-iake emergency plan? 

KIMBERLY, L. RICHARD "DICK" (GENERAL TFLEPHONE OF SE I 
KlMflERLY NAMED TO SUCCEED SYKFS AT PHONE FIRM 
KIMHERLY GETS POST 

DEREGULATION LIKELY TO HIKE P10NE RATF5 

Phone revolution: want to know why YOUR PHONE RATE MAY DOUBLE NEXT YEAR? 
TELEPHONE CO. WILL LAY OFF 20T IN U-STATE AREA 

KIMBCELL, RICHARD (ROCK HILL, S.C.I 
FOUR ARE SOUGHT IN SLAYING 

KIM.EL, RALPH (DAVIDSON CO. I 

COUNTRY PRINCIPAL HAS STRONG VOICE IN LEGISLATURE 

KIMES, ARCHIE WOlDROw (HIGH POINTl 

TWO HIGH POINT MEN DEAD AFTER DISPUTE ABOUT DOGS 

KIMM, SUE Y. S. PR. 

BABY FAT LINKED TO VARIETY OF HEALTH WOES 

KINCAOE, JEAN 

COUPLE CELLRrATE DIFFERENCES IN RELATIONSHIP 

KINCAIO, JOHN 

CONFERENCE IS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY 
KINCAID TO HEAD CHAMBER 

KI'CAIO, LARRY 

MURDOCH CFflTER'S 



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SPOKESMAN" TO RETIRE 

KING, ARNOLD KIMSEY OK. (UNC SPECIAL ASSISTANT! 
NCCU TO AWARD DEGREES TO KING AND THORPE 
NCCU TO HONOR PAIR 

NCCU HONORS Two FORMER PROFESSORS 
DR. SH6PAR0 REMEMBERED AT N.C. CENTRAL 

KI':G, BILLY (BASKETBALL! 

BILLY KING COMMITS TO DUKE 
DEVILS LAND 6-7 BILLY KING 

KING, HOP 

WP IST-SLaPPING TOC gentle FOR SIOOOS, CRANE 
WHAT'S UP? 

KING, IP I AN (AGE 12! 

AIMING FUR RtCOPD 



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KING 

K IMG, CHIP IROXBOKO! 



Charles e. (nccu prof, emeriiusi 
participatory democracy' 



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4 HOV«6L6 FEAT; CABIN RESTORATION IS A FAMILY AFFAIR 

KlUb. CLYOF 

MULLINS* '^AKFP NAMED TO HALL 

MMLLI'ISi 9AKER JOIN SHRINE 

MALL OF FAME ADOS FIVE TONIGHT 

NE.« MEMBERS RECALL PATHS TO N. C . HALL 

NE« HALL OF FAMFkS TRAOF STORIES 

CLYDE KING: A CAREER SPANNING FIVE DECADES 

KIMG. rORA STRAYHQPN IDECcASEOI 
QOITUARY 

KI'IG. COPETTA SCOTT 

CORETTA KING BaCrS TcACHER'S FIGHT FOR JOfl 

<IHG> cymihia dr. IUMC-GI 

UNC-G PROF'S NEH READING AID HELPS DEAF LEARN 

KING. OAVID (N.C. DIRECTOR OF PUSLI C TR ANSPO" T AT ION J 
AMTRAK SAYS TRAIN HOULO LOSE 'fONEY 

KING, DENCIL IVA'l 

IAN SNEAKS OUT OF APT. TO SEE 2 KICKING IN DOOR 
2 FACE ChAkGES 

KI'IG. GARLAND (3URLINGT0NI 

THE NATlwES ARE ALIVE ANO uEL- 

KI'iG. HELEN 

DISABLED Ef.ABLEO TO STAY HOME 

KING. J. EDjiN (Church hgrld servi: e/cropi 

ANTI-SLAVERY '5ILL SUPPORT DESERVES CONGRATULATIONS 



PACF l^b 
l/17/8<. 



KING. JOE ( jINSTON-SALFHI 
IT HORKED FOR LINCOLN 



<IMG. JOSEPH CORNELIUS 
Oni TUARY 



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(ING. MALVERN F. JR. 

eoalN LANIER SERVED STATE hEl. 



KIMG. "ARGIRFT LOuISf IHIGH POINTl 
THREE CHARGED IN SLAYING 



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I ING. MARTIN LUTHtP I I I 

KING III T3 VISIT CHAPEL HILL 

KING III TO SPEAK IN DURHAM FllOAY 

'WE'RE SlILL NOT FREE.' KINO SAYS AT MARCH RALLY 

KING: CIVIL RIGHTS GOALS UNMET 



OIRTHUAY 



STATE HOLIOAY 
HOUSE 107-3 



ROM DURHAM 



, MARTIN LUTHtP JR. DR. 
UNC PLANS O'lSFRVANCE FOR KING 
SPAULOING 3ILL WOULD MAKE K I Nl 
KING TALK SChFDULFD 

BILL TO CREATF KING HOLIDAY PISSES N.C. 
SENATE BACKS KINF'S UIRTHDAY «S HOLIDAY 
KING'S BIRTHDAY NOW N.C. HOLUAY 
KING MERITS HOLIDAY 

ROBINSON: BLACK GAINS 'LEVELING JFF' 
OFFICr OPENS FOP MARCH 
GROUPS FORM COALITION 

MARCH ORGANIZERS SEEKING 10 BJSLOAOS 
KING III TO VISIT CHAPEL HILL 
'JE'RF STILL NOT FREE,' KING ',AYS AT MARCH (ALLY 
KING: CIVIL RIGHTS GOALS UNMET 
PROTECTION PLANNED FOR "ARCHERS 
MEMORIAL YtSl HOLIUAY NO 

DR. KING ONf OF AMERICA'S GBt>T LEAOtRS 
EIThuSIASM LACKING FOR COMME Ml RA T I ON 
KINO RALLY IS PLANNED UN MONO! Y 
MARCH SCHEOULEO 
MFMORIAL MARCH PLANNED 
BI TTERSWEET 

EDITORIAL A wET BLANKET 
NAACP leader CRITICIZES MARCH PLANS 

durhamitts go to rally 

a=out 550 uurham people attenl march 

king's vis ion st ill clear 

The 'o.^fam' plus 20 

local marchers carried banner 

polls to gauge success of march, leaders say 

KING hOL IOAY 

RfTURN OF LAWMAKERS: WATCH THf M CAREFULLY 

HELMS SAYS HE WILL FIGHT KING HOLlOAY , ,„ ^ 

hFLMS cites marxism in fight AGAINST NATIONAL KING HOLIDAY 

HELMS TO ORilP KING FILIBUSTER 

HFLMS' REMARKS ARE 'POPPYCOCK' PROFESSOR SAYS 

HELMS WON'T OELAY MNG HOLIDAY "ILL 

THE DREAM STILL LIVES ICARTOOMI 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST SAYS HELMS AWAKENED GLACKS 

HELMS SWAPPFO FILIBUSTER FOR -'ARM BILL 

HUNT HACKS HOLIOAY, SUPPORTS 'wl LAW 

NO HOLIDAY FUR DR. KING , , 

JFSSE HELMS SETS FIRE TO KING HOLIDAY (CARTOONl 

H«LHS WANTS SECRET KING FILES RELEASED TO SENATE 

HFLMS' CHARGES SHOULD BF INVESTIGATEJ 

HELMS DFNIEO FARLY HEARING ON ACCESS TO KING PAPERS 

OPEN THPSE FHI FILES ON MARTIN LUTHER KING 

S = N. EAST SAYS HOLIDAY FOR KI>IG TOO EXPENSIVE 

KING WAS BAWDY PLAYBOY. BUT L3YAL AMERICAN — AUTHOR 

HFLMS TO CONTINUE FIGHT AGaInSI KING HOLIOAY 

FEDERAL FILES ON KING SHOULD iE MADE PUBLIC 

FILES wOULO SHOW IF DR. KING <ERE A PATRIOT 

SEN. HELMS URGES PROPER HEARI>IG ON KING hOlIUAY 

hf1:2s'lOSES°kINgHoT£ battle; JUDGE REJECTS BIO TO UNSEAL FBI DOCUMENTS 

WINKING AT IMMORALITY 

15-YEAR FIGHT ENDS WITH KING HOLIDAY 

OBSERVE OR. KING'S HOLIOAY ON WEEKEND 

WHO WATCHES THE FBI' 

2-TO-I AGAINST HOL IDAY 

HErSs'"lS''GlRBAGE''cAN WITH FBI FILES ON MARTIN LUTHER KING (CARTOONl 

N.C. BLACKS, DEMOCRATS SAY STAND WILL HURT HELMS 

HOLIDAY MONOkS more THAN KING ,„,., , - -,,,c 

HELMS TO CONTINUE FIGHT TO OBTAIN FBI'S KING FILES 

KING HOLIOAY APPROVED WITHOUT LOOKING BACK 

KING DAY BAD policy; WILL LATINS BE NE«T7 

HELMS OEFFnOS stand AGAINST KING HOLIOAY 

HELMS: MANY BLACKS OPPOSED HOLIOAY 



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BHnm^Hi 



NAMES PAT.E l^r 



fFH S^NAfr'KS fELL FOR MfLMS" Irtr.uMENTS ON KINf. BILL 

Thanks fos thf memories 

sfm. helms has mroiir,; senate jas right 

ASHAmFO! 

CAN'T PFOPLF OlSACHEi; hTThOUT HA,<E -C aL L I NG ? 

BLACKS CANT GET FAIR SHAKE uITHJUT JUl)TAS 

•FSft AT LAST, FKEE AT LAST--' (CASTOONI 

WHAT CQNSE^iSuS? 

Cnp SPLIT JN HELMS' KING STAN"! 

HCYKO HAS CiJfS--LlKE A PREGNANT SOW PIG 

KING DESERVES HONOR 

mFLMS ST ILL A TOUGH FOE 

JROMG TAPFS RFLEASEO 

PPlAC'IEBSi EDISON OFSFRVt RCCTCNITION, TUO 

uOlTtR RAISFS BED SCARE 

COUNCIL APPROVES HOLIDAY FOR < I NG 

NITPKKERS ANO EDITORS. NOTE: EOISON MAOt IT ALL POSSIIILE 

YOLANDA KING TQ SPtAK AT UNC 

KING. RALPH CLYDE 
D3ITUARY 

KIMG. ROI'ERT E. OR. IPHYSICIANI 

PRuMINENT auKHAM DOCTOR. ROBEtT E. KING. SUCCUMBS 

DOCTOR WAS DEDICATED 

OR. KING WAS FRIEND AND COUNSELOR 

KING. SHELDON STEARNS ICHARLOTTEI 

3 FACE Charges FOR JEWISH CENTER FIRE 

KING. jTFVfN w. INASAI 

KING NA-ED NEW LECTUkER AT LA^JGLI:Y 
AEROVArj: TAKE A FLY^R AT NASA SHOW 
NASA VAN TO TOUR MUSEUM 

KING. HALTER JUNIOR IbURLINGTONI 

CONVICTIONS IN SIX ARFA CASES UPhFLD 

KING. WILBUR lOECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

KING. WILLIAM 0. lATTjRNFYI 

Z DURHAM ATTuRNEYS get TRIAL -AWYERS JUBS 

KING. YJLANJA 

YTLANOA KING TO SPEAK AT UNC 

KINGSTON, PAUL 

FIRE VICTIM IN CKITICAL CONOlflO* 

KINGSTON, PAUL I=1UCHANAN bLVO.I 

MAN BADLY BURNED IN MATTRESS =ILA2E 
03ITUARY 

KINLAw. JOHN JR. 

9 MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO DOUG CHARGES 

KINNFY. CARL 

KINNEY: CHRISTMAS TREES ARE JJST LIKE OLU FRIENDS 

"INnEY. OO'i (BURLINGTON VETERANI 

VETERAN OF VIETNAM WAR WINS DISABILITY BENEFITS 

KINNFY, MARTIN KIMPALL ( H I LL S bOrtOU' H I 
I KILLED ON SNOW-COVERED ROAD 
O'^I TUARY 
TRIANGLE'S SNOWFALL IS MELTIN: AWAY; SUNSHINE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE TODAY 

KINNFY. Thomas R, OR. 

DUKE SICKLE CELL CENTER GETS =IVt-YEAR GRANT 

>(IBBY, JOc (ROXUOROI 

OPPOSITE STYLES PROMPT THOUGHTS OF LEGENuS 
3"A0LEY CLOSES OUT PRESIDENT S WIN HIS OWN WAY 

KIPBY. LARRY IGREENShOROl 

GREENSBORO MAN'S LETTER USED IN REAGAN'S SPEECH 

K19BY. LYNN IROANOKE. VA.J 

N.C. HAS A 'TEST-TUBE' FIRST 

FATHER: 'TEST-TUBE' BABY WAS WORTH ThE GAMBLE 

KIRK. BOBBY (ORANGE CO. I 

BROKEN OOGS PROVIDE OPTION F0= HUNTERS PRESSED FOR TIME 

KIRK. WARNIE LEE 

CHILD. 3, INJURED BY AUTOMOBItc 
CHILD. 3. INJURED BY AUTOMOBILE 
CHILD STILL IN STABLE CONDITHN 
INJURED CHILD ON CRITICAL LIST 
CHILD STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION 
CHILD STILL ON CRITICAL LIST 
WARNIE KIRK OF INJURIES IN ACIIOENT 

KIRKLAND. ALICE I3ENNETT lOECEAScOl 
OBITUARY 

KIRKLAND, Pr<YANT M, REV. DR. (NEW YQRKl 
DUKE TO AWARD 2,000 DEGREES 

K13KLAND, GEORGE OR. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

KIRKLAND, LAURANCE A'tD EVE 

DURHAM COUPLE KNEW LITTLE ABOJT JET FUROR 

KIRKLAND, -ENOY 

MORMONS BELIEVE. TOO 

KIRKLAND. REBECCA T. D" . 

DURHAM ACADEMY PRESENTS ALUMNI AWARDS 

KIRKLcY. CLINTON RONDALE 

N.C. COURT BARS FORMER JUDGE FROM EiENCH 

KIRKMAN. DAVID 

CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT ANNOUNIES PROMOTIONS 

KIPKPATRICK, JEANE 

UN REGULATIONS: A LOSING CAUSE 

KIOKPATRICK, TIM (CHAPEL HILLI 

RAISING IHE AGE LIMIT WON'T REDUCE DRINKING 

KISSINGER, HENRY 

CENTRAL AMERICA CLAIMS SHE'S lEGLFCTED TO HENRY KISSINGER (CARIOONI 



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H 1 


3/31/83 


B 


1 


P 


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H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


2/07/83 
2/07/83 
2/07/83 


A 
B 
C 


1 
7 
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P 


N 


N 


E05 


H 2 


5/25/83 


a 


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H 2 


7/10/83 
7/11/83 


B 
B 


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N 
N 


S9 1 
S91 


H 2 


6/23/83 


A 


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N 




H 2 
H 2 


10/22/83 
10/22/83 


A 
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N 




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10/23/83 


C 


12 


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W60 


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9/20/93 
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9/1 1/93 


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5/05/93 


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12/03/93 


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9/15/93 


A 




P 


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S09 


H 2 


<./l'./83 


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10/22/93 


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N 


C05 


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5/0'./83 


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I 1 


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8/13/93 


A 




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7/31/93 


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3/30/83 


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MSSPXJR SFLfC'inn RANKLES 0"! TH %ine% „ -> r/JJ/nj A 4 P F 

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OUKE PRESS PU'lLlSHES BOOK PSQFILING KISSINGER H ! IO/09/n3 A 1 N 

« I'CHEN, CHUCK 

A-euHNCt SfKVICt yllA HACK FlAMCHlSt H 2 i/2<./»J a i N 

THE LAJYE-i KNEW KARATE „ | 7/l6/Bi a 1 N 

KITCHEN, J"ROIHY 

KIIChFNS NJ><£0 to symphony PO, I H 2 9/03/i!3 -^ N 

KITCHEN. JJSfHH I QlJKf HATm PRUFtSSlRI 

KI^CHF^^S NA-^ED TO SYMPHONY POST H ? 9/02/fl3 •i N 

KITCHEN, NICKY 

anLINISr, lo. OF DURHAM »tCO:NIZEU H .' 1/11/S3 A 11 P N 

TFEN VIOLIMIST WINS PRIZE ', 2 1/U/K3 All N 

MAKING PuPHAM PROUD S ? 1/13/*13 A *. E 

VIOIIN RECITAL SET MONDAY H 2 './2'./»3 A 27 N 

KITCHEN Tn GIVE RECITAL 5 2 <./25/"3 A 10 N 

YnuNG JURHAM VMLINIST GETS HIGHEST ARTS AhAkO S ? 5/0Q/83 A 1 P N FOS 

vnilf.HT, 16, 'IAMEO PRESIDENTIAL SCHTLAK H ? 5/10/n3 b 1 P N 

PCcSinFNTUL SCHOLAR H 2 S/H/'^J A A F 

PPOniGY SETS NEW COURSE S 2 6/I'>/fl3 A <. P E 

DURHAM YOUTH BECEIVFi PR E 5 1 D6>l T I AL MEDALLION S ? 6/I6/n3 A 1 N 

RECEIVES NATIONAL AHARO H 2 t/lT/PJ A 12 P N 

N.C. CAN TAKE PHIOE IN 1URHAM VIOLINIST S 2 6/3D/fl3 A 4 L 

NICHOLAS KITCHEN TO PERFORM S 2 'J/01/n3 D 3 P N 

IN TH!" SfOILIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS H 2 9/0''/83 6 P N 

KITCHlN, ALVIN HAUL (WADES:1URJI 

FORMER CUNuRESSMAN DIES H ! 10/2'./fl3 u 6 N 

KIICHIN, CLAUDE lu.S. REP. 1^00-231 

SCOTLANO NtCK FAMILY SERVED N.C. Il4 CONGRESS S 2 2/ll/fl3 All U J50 

KITCHlN, JILLIAM HODGE ISCOILAND Ni'CKl 

SCOTLAND NECK FAMILY SERVED N.C. IN CONGRESS S 2 2/11/B3 All U JSO 

KITCHlN, WILLIAM WALTON IN.C. GOVERNOR 1'509-19I3I 

SCOTLAND NECK FAMILY SERVED N. C . IN CONGRESS S 2 2/II/R3 All u JSn 

KITR6LL. DONNIE IMALIFAXI 

MAN IS ARRESTED ON "URDFR COU' I H 2 2/2"./(!3 A 16 N 

KIVETT, CHARLES T. IJUOGEI 

JUJGE'S MISCONDUCT HEARING SET H 2 6/20/83 A 10 N 

COMMISSION "ECOMMfNOS REMOVAL OF JUDGE KIVETT H 2 8/16/83 A 1 P N 

SUPPORTERS OF KIVETT CHARGE P1LIIICS H 2 8/17/R3 9 ^ N 

WOMAN MAY HAVE LIED IN KIVETT CASE S 2 '3/19/n3 A S N 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS 2 JUSTICES WERE ENTtRIAINtO AT COTTAGE H 2 •]/2n/H3 A 3 N 

DON'T JUDGE JUDGES BY OUT-UF-, INE FE.( H 2 8/20/83 A A F 

N.C. SUPREMc COURT IS ASKED T3 LET KIVETT STAY ON BFNCH H 2 3/31/83 <. N 

JUDICIAL PANEL ilEFENOS ACTION AGAINST KlVETT H 2 l0/0I/'f3 B 'i N 

KIvEIT OulTS JUDGESHIP S 2 I1/10/P3 A I N 

N.C. JUDGE RESIGNS BUT SEEKS TO CLEAR HIS NAME H 2 11/11/83 A 10 P N 

JUOGEShIP SPURS SPECULATION H 1 11/12/83 B 1 N 

N.C. '.UPREME COURT REMOVES KIVETT fO« MISCONDUCT H 2 12/07/83 A 1 N 

OFFICIALS SAY KIVETT WON'T BE PROSECUTED H 2 12/00/83 A 8 P N 

WHEN THE JJDOE WAS FOUND GulLIY OF WILLFUL MISCONDUCT... ICARTOONI H 2 12/11/83 D ATT R56 

AIDE TO flOITT IS INTERESTED IN JUOGESHIP H I 12/17/63 B I N 

KLAUSMEYER, PETER ICARRunROl 

KLAUSMEYER TO HEAR KLAUSMEYER THIS SUNDAY H 2 5/06/33 1 P F M66 

KLEIN, DONALD EUGENE IWILSONI 

2 TEEN-AGERS PLFAO GuIlTY IN 30Y'S 0=ATH H 2 3/17/83 H 6 N 

Three sentenced in beating death of I3-YtAR-UL0 H 2 <,/27/33 SAN 

KLEIN, MAURY iCAHRBOROl , 

HIS TRACKS ARE LAID ACROSS TH= COUNTRY H 2 3/0<./R3 B 1 P F H9D 

KLEIN, NALDI POt 

GREETINGS TO CLASS nf ".2 H 2 1/12/83 A s L 

KLEINMflN, ARTHUR DR. (HARVARO UNIV. PROF.) 

PBOf: DOCTORS SHOULD SHOW MORE RESPECT FOR PATIENTS H 2 10/15/83 B 1 N B30 

KLETT, FCEO w. 1H3LI0AY, FLA.l 

'Super people' help hospital 'miracles' s 2 <)/o')/83 a a l 

KLINF. DAL'= 

CAROLINA MEADOwS: NURSING MOM? FREEZE STYMIES PERMIT FOR COMPLEX... H 2 4/24/83 C 4 P N Lll 

OIITUARY H 2 11/30/83 C 3 n 

KLPPMAN, WILLIA;1 (BURLINGTON INDUSTRIcSI 

TRADE REVISIONS A»E SAID NEED=0 H 2 4/10/83 D 10 N 

KLUGH, EARL 

BASSMAN STEALS KLUGH'S SHOW H 2 4/01/83 4 R 

KLUTTZ, Charles l. {moCksvILLEI 

CONNECTICUT POLICE SEEK N.C. TRUCKER S 2 2/11/83 C 6 N 

JUDGE SIGNS WARRANT FOR N.C. TRUCK ORIvFR H 2 2/16/83 SAN 

DRIVER El.TEPS INNOCENT PLEA H 2 3/17/83 All N 

TRUCK DRIVER FACING TRIAL IN =aTal CRASH H 2 U/26/83 A 8 N 

KLUTT2, PAUL oflOAOWAY lOECEASEDJ 

JIITUARY H 2 4/13/83 B 5 

KNIGHT, AGNES 

OFF-DUTY DEPUTY CHASES "AN AFTER PURSE SNATCHED H 2 10/03/83 A 3 N 

KNIGHT, ANNIE TURNER ICHAPEL HILLI 

OBITUARY H 2 5/01/83 C 5 

KNIGhT, P0B3Y 

KNIGHT TO flRGEI H 2 7/21/83 6 2 U 071 

KNIGHT, Charles f. ieherson electric co.i 

EMERSON ELECTRIC OFFICIAL TO '.PEAK H 2 3/20/83 All N 

KNIGHT TO SPrAR AT DUKE TOMORROW S 2 3/21/83 A 6 N 

KNIGHT, ELPIE 

ELPIE kMGhT feels IT'S 'GREAT' TO CELE^kATE lOOTH DIPIHOAY H 2 8/O''/03 A 6 P N 

MRS. ELPIE L. KNIGHT, ORANGE lENTENARIAN H 2 12/29/83 A 14 

KNIGHT. J. A. IRSGI 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WITH THE S'ORTS SET H 2 4/J6/83 A 3 u 

KNIGHT, OCTAVIA OR. 

fOufl CANOIJATES FILE FO" CITY SCHOOL BOARD H 2 8/30/83 B 1 P N W24 

SThOOL POARO race HEATIfG UP S 2 8/30/A3 C 1 N CU5 

ELECT OCTAVIA B. KNIGHT TO Th= OURHA.1 CITY SCHOOL BOARD H 2 10/02/"3 A 9 P A 

OCTAvIA b. KNIGHT FOR DURHAM CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION H 2 10/07/83 A 6 P A 

DURHAM FLECTIONS: 13 SEEKING POSTS ON SCHOOL BOARD H ? 10/09/83 A 1 N W24 



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F[»5I «CUMU TUESJAY Ifl OURmAM ELtCTIJNS: SCHOnL aOARO... H 2 lO/O/^i D 1 P F 

IMRFE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL <OARD H 2 lO/lJ/nj A 1 P N «3<i 

KNIGHT. RICKY BAY (ROUGE'^ONri , ,, ,„ 

ROjGE"OM MAN MLLED IN AUIOMldlLE ACCIDENT H 2 h/Z'./fl C 6. 

<'^IGhT« SAMUEL 

KAN HIT IN FACE kITH GUN \it AJGU^ENT OUTSIDE CLUJ H Z 5/l'i/?3 C 1 N 

DURHAM MAN STRUCK IN FACE KITI GUN BuTT S 2 5/16/85 C 3 N 

KNIGHT, TRACY L. (PSOI , , ,„,,,,„, , 

OURHA" PSO CHARGED WITH OKI S 2 10/2<./83 C 1 N 

OUKHAM OFFICER CHARGED WITH DilVING -iHILE I'IPAIRED H 2 10/25/83 Bin 

KNIGHT. VICK (HILLSlinROUGHI , , „,,,,., , ., „„„ 

KNIGhT seeks job in hILLSBOROJGH S 2 9/2?/83 A3 N H90 

CANOIDATES FILE FOR TOWN AND SCHOOL aOARO SEATS H 3 9/23/83 B 1 *l „, 

BAKER FILES FOR CHAPEL H IL L-CA RR 30R0 SCHOOL BOARD S 2 9/23/83 A 3 N H90 

MATER ISSUES CONCERN HOPEFULS S 1 lI/D<./e3 C 1 N W36. 

OPEN GOVERNMENT IS M I L LS BOftOU", H ISSUE H 2 11/06/83 D 2 P F W36 

SHEFFIELD. PORTO WIN MAYOR'S ' AC E S i LLOYD. JOHNSON, STEVENS ELECTED... H 3 11/09/83 B 1 P N W36 

KNIGHTEN. G-ERTRUOE AND kOBIN (REIOSVILLEI , ,,„, 

ELDERLY COUPLE. GRANDSON DIE IN REIOSVILLE HOUSE FIRE H 2 3/OT/33 A 1 N 

3 DIE. 3 HURT IN HOUSE FIRE S 2 3/07/83 5 3 N 

KNOERR, C-AI/ID lEAGLE SCOUT) ^ , c,^, /», r , -. d d 

EAGLE SCOUT 5 2 5/04/83 C 13 P P 

KNOLL, DAN (BLOWING ROCK) ,, ,,„, = , . o 

MAN, 19, DIES IN SKI MISHAP H 2 12/29/83 A 9 N 

KNPTT* BRUCE 

BRAINS AND BRAmN JORDAN'S DREAM TEAM EXTRAORDINAIRE H 2 9/0<,/n3 a 2 P F M7 1 

KNOTTS. JOSEPH ,/->=/oi . 5 Hi 

STABBING PROBED S ? 1/28/83 A •< N 

KNOWLES, MICHAEL DR. lUNC SCHOOL 0= MtOIClNEI , , =,„,,„, r , ., u •> , 

UNC RESEARCHERS TESTING DRUG TO HELP CYSTIC FI3RUSIS S 2 5/OVB3 CI N M23 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS YIELDS ONE ANSWER H 2 9/09/83 A 13 N 

""""'sOc'lOLOGIST SAYS GOOD MARRIAGE IS STILL THE GOAL OF MOST SINGLES H ' 8/11/83 C 9 N 

MARRIED LOVF IS REALISTIC " ^ 8/28/83 E 2 F 

KNOX, EDWARD ICmARLOTTEI ,/„,./«> . i. w 

EOMISTEN. KNOX TIF IN DEMO POLL " ' ?'i2w2l ^ t t^ 

KNOX TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR 5 2 <./06/83 AN 

KNOX FORMALLY KICKS OFF CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR H 2 4/07/83 C 11 P N 

EOMISTEN TUPS POLL IN HAKE H 2 5/01/03 A 18 N 

SLACK OFFICIALS HEAR HOPEFULS FOR GOVERNOR H 2 6/12/23 C 6 N 

EOMISTEN LEADS FOR GOVERNOR — POLL H 2 7/05/83 A 13 N 

THORNrlUBG URGES CAMPAIGNS BE TPEN TO MEDIA H 2 7/23/83 A 9 N 

THE GOOD NEwS NEWSPAPER FOR NORTH CAROLINA; EDDIE KNOX OFFERS ... H 2 8/23/83 C I P J 

KNOX MAKES HIS SPLASH " ' S'll.'^o? n « ,, u,ss 

INSERT WAS ADVERTISEMENT FOR CANDIDATE H 2 8/|8/83 5 U H55 

KNOX AVOIDS MENTION OF HOMETOWN ^ ? 2/9?/25 J t K 

STATE AFL-CIO ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT H 2 9/17/83 A i N 

CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK OUT FOR IMPROVING STATE'S ROADS H 2 11/02/83 C 1 P N W36 

KNOX. GORDON (BOILING SPRING LAKES POLICE CHlEFl =,,„,., . ,, ., 

MAN HOLDS POLICE CHIEF HOSTAGc 5 2 5/10/83 A 12 N 

KNOX, MIKE (Durham bullSI „ , .,,„,„, a ., m rsj 

FORME" BULLS SHINE FOR S-BRAV' S " ' 6/19/B3 B 6 N C5i 

KNU05EN, BFTTY ANN (WAKE CO. I ,/,,/a, r i o », 5«3 

k'IuDSFN'S CAMPAIGN COMES TO DJRHAM S 2 |/J*/83 C 1 P N 583 

POLITICAL PIG PICKING FRIDAY H 2 5/26/P3 A 15 N 

EURE TO SEEK HIS 13TH TERM H 2 5/31/83 « I ^ J 

THAO EURE TO BE CHALLENGED F0< STATE POST H 2 10/11/83 A 12 N 

KNUTSON, KENNETH HARLAN (CHARLOTTE TAXI ORIVERl ,,„=,oi u i k, 

DRIVER OF TAXICAB STABBED TO "EATH H 2 i/08/83 B f N 

THREE CHARGED IN CAIfllE'S DEATH S 2 3/21/83 A 7 N 

'mayor KOCH ON The U.N. (CARTOONI H 2 10/03/83 A i, J 1 R56 

KOCH, EWAlO i/5o/m A t I 

A TRUE PREDICTION H 2 1/28/83 A ■- L 

'kOCH'S PhYSIUUE pumped UP TOwakO TERP SUCCESS H 2 a/25/83 D I G S9I 

KOCH - WFSEH, DIETER DR. (HARVARD MtOICAL SCHOOL I , , , c -, ,/,„,<., . i .i U5j 

DOCTOR RATES NUCLEAR WAR AS TIP THREAT TU MENTAL, PHYSICAL HEALTH S 2 2/19/83 A 1 N M23 

KUEPKE* PAUL 

'TAR HEEL WALOEN' OFFERS HYMN WRITTEN BY SKEPTIC H 2 11/27/83 U 3 P U H45 

'*°'''°SATE''iNC(>EASE RFdUESTS SWAMP jTIlITIlS AGENCY S 2 5/11/83 B 1 N SB3 

KOr.ER, KOOfk IN.C. UTILITIES COMMISSIUNI -,,„,,o, , ,. m 

OFFICIALS SAT BILL WILL BOOST PHONE RATES H 2 7/07/83 A 18 N 

KOHL, HELMUT „ , ,,r,o/n) • i C 

GfRMAN ELECTIONS A BOOST FOR -lATJ H 2 3/OV03 « ^ E 

HERBERT KOHL WALKING -iAREFOOT ON MISSlLfS ICARTOUNI H 2 3/10/83 A 4 T T R56 

KOHL, JAN FLLIS t/5»/oi • u i 

DIVORCE NOT A STIGMA H 2 6/22/83 A ^ L 

GOOO ATTENDANCE, SALES PEPORTFD AT A^TS FESTIVAL 5 2 9/26/83 C 1 P N T32 

KUMLF8, MIKE (KINSTONI ^ , o/io/f>» . « M 

KINSTON EDITOR IS ELECTED NEWS COUNCIL PRESIDENT H 2 9/I9/B3 A 8 N 

Two OOCTORs'say'panEL SWAYED THEM TO OXFORD H 1 7/14/83 B 1 N H60 

KOKAS, tSZTEP BALINT DR. (CHAPEL VlULI , , „ ^ , wii/oi n tow 

UNC HONORS SIX FOR CONTRIBUTHNS TO MEDICINE, EDUCATION H 2 3/31/83 D 6 P N 

'""camp PROVIDES SCIENCE TPAININ'. TO 7TH GRADERS S 2 7/18/83 C 1 N COS 

KUMMINSK. IIRAO J , ,,,,,-, ,. I o I, PS5 

CLIMBING KUMMINSK CATCHES HAL. 5 2 3/il/"' ',' ■■ ' ^^^ 

SPURRIER NEEDS A 'w' ^ ^ 6/24/83 C 1 U Ull 

KOMMINSK, PFRRY, NIXON MAKE IL ALL-STAR TEAM H 2 J/?5'I2J '? = H 

KOMMINSK GETS (tALL ^ ^ 3/13/"3 AH N 

A BRAVES' NEW WORLD: YUUNG TWTSOME'S TALENT A 'PkOBLtM' OF PERSONNEL H 7 3/21/83 C 2 P F M71 

KOOLE, BILL (CARROOROI 



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CA'.niOATES FILE FOR lOnN »\0 'CmOOL BHaRU SFaIS 

SAHEH FFLFS FOR CHAPEL H I L L-CA KHuOkO SCHIJOL BOARO 

ELECTION 'fll; CAr^OIOATt AGAINST EXTErjOING FRANKLIN 

CITUFNS ShiIULD CET involved, CANDIDATES SAY 

CANOmATtS IM CARRLDKO FLfCTlJNS FjPkESS VIEwS 

CARR30K0 CampaiCN: SLATf VS. INDEPENDENTS 

SHEFFIELD. P'JRTD WIN MAYOR'S <ACES; THKEt LNDOKSbD 9Y ASSnCIATION rtlN. 

CARObORO VOTERS ELECT POKTu MAYOR 

C4RRBO><0 RDAQ PLAN STILL CQOHlNC 

<QnP. C. EVERETT 

TFENS USING ILLICIT DRUGS LES^ — KOOP 

KOPi MARTIN JOHN 

AUTO ACCIDENT LEAVES DUF HAM T'^EN-AGFR DFAD 
DURHAM TEEN-AGER DIES IN CAR ACCIDENT 

«UPhC. ANNA HICSWA intCEASEDI 
QBITUAKY 

KJPF. HENRY ICARY, N.C.I 

HARIJUANA IS SEWED IN CHATHAM 

KUPkENf BARBARA 

MlLlTlRIS" VS. PAC IFISM 

KGREN. HANNA RACHEL (OECEASEDl 
QFITUARY 

KQRnEGAY, GEORGE 

FORMER STATE PAR OFFICIAL INDICTED 

HEARING DELAYED ON G. R. KORN^GAY 

MOTlL'lS FILED FHR DISMISSAL 0^ CHARGES AGAINST LAWYER 

LAWYER ENTERi NOT GUILTY PLEA 

MnuhT OLIVE LAWYER ENTERS INNJCENT PLEA 

STATE CONTENDS LAWYER WROTE Hir.SDO CHECK ON TRUST FUND 

PROSECUTION TESTIMONY ENDS IN MOUNT OLIVE LAWYER'S TRIAL 

EY-STATE Bar OFFICIAL FOUND GJILTY IN EHBEiZLEMENT CASE 

KORNEGAY GETS PRISON SENTENCES 

KORNEGAY. RICKY LEE 

MAN FLEES FROM COURTROOM AFTE^ JURY FINDS HIM GUILTY 

DFFFNDANT DASHES FROM CUSTODY 

ESCAPEE 

MAN ACCUSED OF ABDUCTION 

ESCAPED CONVICT SPOTTED BUT FIGHTS OFF AN OFFICER 

PHLICE RECAPTURE CONVICTED BURGLAR 

POLICF CAPTURE ESCAPEE 

C= IMESTOPPERS hFLPS POLICE '<A< E ARRESTS 

PHLICE HELPED IN CAPTURING 2 ESCAPEES 

MAN WHO FLED COURT SENTENCED 

«ORNEGAY, WADE M. IMASS. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY I 

COMPUTER MASTERY URGED AS FIELD RAPIDLY EXPANDS 
COMPUTERS MAY EXTEND BRAIN'S :aPACITY 

KQTrt, OAVIO L. DR. IUNC-CH DENTAL SCHOOLI 
KHTH GETS UNC DENTISTRY POST 
DENTAL IMPLANTS: BENEFITS OUTWEIGH RISKS, DOCTOR SAYS 

KOURA, GURPREET K. 

GANDHI ARTICLE MISLEADING 
CREDIT OVERDUE FOR OMS PRINCPAL 
STUDENTS APPRECIATE PRINCIPAL 

KOZLOV. LEONID AND VALENTINA 
KOZLOVS TO PERFORM 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
THEATER'S BUNGLES FOIL KOZLOV MAGIC 

KRACIUK, MILDRED VALENTINA lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

KRAMER, HOWARD IRALEIGh LAWYERI 

COMPUTER FIRM SAYS STATE PLAN wOULU HELP IBM 

KRAMFR, PETER IvnuNG VOLUNTEERS IN ACTION! 
HIGH SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS REAP Rr WARDS 

KRAMER, ROBIN IDUKE HOSPITAL VOLUNIEERl 

MOTHERING: HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS DO IT WHEN MOTHERS CAN'T 

KRAMIEC, DICK 

DURHAM Campaign racism appalls couplc 

KRfPS. JUANITA 

POVERTY MFASUREMcNTS DEFICIENT 

ECONOMISTS: JOBLESS STATISTICS FAIL TO SnOw 

KREPS TO GET 1ST NEW OUK E ALUMNI AWAkO 

JUANITA KREPS TO RE SPEAKER 

KREPS TO SPEAK AT MATH SCHOOL 

NEW PAVILION TO BE DEDICATED 

TRIANGLE AVOIDS POuR ECONOMY. KREPS SAYS 

wriMEN WILL RECEIVE MORE HIGH-TECH JOBS 

GEHGEN SAYS MEDIA HAVE OETERHRATED PRESIDENCY 

MEDIA BLAMEO FOR STATE OF PRESIDENCY 

KICKING OFF PROGRAM 

HUNT 'lAMES COMMISSION ON EDUCITION 

10 FROM DURHAM AREA PICKED F0< EDUCATION STUDY GROUP 

■(OMEN'S ECONOMIC POST CREATED IN STATE AGENCY 

KRESGE, JA-IE (TEACHER'S AI0E1 

TfaChER'S aide completes BOOK 

WISH I WERE HERE 

krIENkE, KAREN H. 

MRS. KRIENKE HONORED BY OT 1 

KkPM^ACH, TUM 

NFw YORK couple TFLL how ThFH FuTU't lOuETHtR HAS UP IN THE AIR 

KROx, JACK (PunHC SERVICE CO.l 
UTILITY TO AID HEAT NEEDS 

KRUSE, WILLIAM M. IPITTS10R0I 

MAN DIES IN ORANGE COLLISluN 
1 DEAD, 2 HURT IN COLLISION 

KRYNSKI, MAGNUS J. 

CUBA MAY 3£ READY FOR SOCIAL UPHEAVAL 

DUKE PROFFSSOR: SOVIET UNION .IVES ON DIFFERENT MORAL PLANET 

PRESS SHOULD APPLY 'ULTRA' E v' NHANDEUL T 



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I N E X 
U/31/flJ 



CTACM K SFEKS GREATER RFrURNS 

DUKE'S RE-iTCH 

C«»rS FIGHT JFF PESKY DFVILS 

K'S GOAL TmF nit? 

POOR SHnoTI";0 COSTS LEVILS rt I". VJIN 

engellamo'S Changing siiuatiom 

krzyzfjski hoping for rules overturn by acc tournament 

at random 

KRZY2EJSKI: jUESTluNS AND AMSJtRi 

CAYS PHCVIDF nuKE ANOTHER • OPP OR I UN I T Y ■ 



GAHE 



KUNSTMANN. JOHN L, „. . 
ON MAPTIN LUTHER' 



LAVS KHUVlLt'- nUKt ANLilHtR ' LI PP UK I UN 1 I Y • 

PRESSURE 9UILDS FOR KRZYZEwSM TO 1/ 1 N IN 19 

OFFICIALS STAND ABUSE BECAUSE THEY LOVE THE 

JACKMAN'S DEFECTION 

BLUE DEVILS uN TO FRANCE 

YnuMG DEVILS OPTIMISTIC 

GOOD Thing for GROH: only one triumvirate A YEAR 

OUKF IN action 

DUKE'S 2QNING ORDINANCE 

FOURTH-YEAR IRONY 

DUKE'S OPENER: FAMILIAR FACES CHANGING ROLtS 

VACENOAK SCHEDULES SUCCESS 

DUKE'S NEW START 

DUKF'S GOALS IN HAWAII: MIN AV D HAVE FUN 

THE ILLIKAI CRITICS 

DUKF'S NAVY WIN LEAVES KR2V2E.iSKI SMILING 

Kuf-RYK, ISAAC AND RENEE ( LODI i CALIF. 1 
FRESH OFF THE GR APE V INE--FURNI TUR E 

KuCZMARKSI* PO'^ERT lUNC-CH) 

one RESEARCHERS SOUNDING OUT FAT 

KUFNUFR, FOhARD I H I L L SbOKOUGH I 
OBITUARY 

KULCHLERi LAURA 

DURHAM MAN Charged with assault on human 

'S SOOTH birtiday: the musical Durham connection 

KJPCHAK, MITCH 

KUPCHAK WAITS FOR RECOVERY 
KURALT, Charles 

KURALT TALK SFT SUNDAY IN CHA^LL HILL 

KUKALT AT MATH SCHOOL 

KURALT AIDS MATH SCHOOL WITH FILM 

KUShNEH. HAHOLO S, HAfaBI 

RABBI UM SUFFERING: WHY? i RFS'ONSFS KEY 'POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE MEANING' 

KUSUMlt Y. T. OR. (RALEIGH AC UPUNCT UR I S I I 

ACUPUNCTURE MAKFS ITS POINT AT PAIN CLINIC 

KUYKE.lOALL. PATRICIA (PERSON CO. M» TH TEACHERI 

THEIR MARRIAUF PROVES THAT MOTHER KNOWS JFST 

KYLE, M|BUM PRIDE 
SFNO H 

K YSE^ » KAY (Chapel hill i 

DY5FR RfCEIVtS CHURCH TITLE 

KYSFR UF SERVES HUNOR 

•OLD PERFESSUR' TEACHES A OIF=LRENr COURSE NOW 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THiNGi WERE 

LABARRF t DA VI D 

JUDGE UNAMUSED WHEN TEEN-AL.EK TELLS HIM UFF 

JOBS 'lOT A MUST FOR VOLUNTEFR'. 

FUZZY LAW RFlJUIRED VERDICT OF INHOCFNT 

MINOR BEER SALES: JUDGE LABARtE PROVES CUURTS ARc SLACK 

DURHAM RULING FITS FEARS 

JUDGE PROVIDED VIGOROUS LEADERSHIP 

LACmanCEi RUTH 

HER BOOK PROMOTES 'MOTHER'S COOKING' 

LACHAT, LOUISETTF I wINSTHN-SALFMI 

«INSTON-SALEM WOMAN IS CHARGEI I.i DEATH OF DAUGHTER 

LACK. KARL (GOVERNOR'S INNI 

APPRE'lTICESHIPSi THFY COME TO DURHAM FUR HOTEL EXPERIENCE IF NOT SOCCER 

LACKEY, JOHN EDwARO (ALEXANDER CO. I 
JURY INDICTS W IN VOTE PRUHE 
JURY SELECTION IIEGINS TOMORROW 
JURY ChOSFN for vote FRAUD TRIAL 
TESTIMONY JEGINS IN VOTE FRAUl TRIAL 

JURY membfr Threatened after -lection frauu trial 

SENTENCES ARt GIVEN IN VOTE F-l AUD CASE 
I 

LADD, CLARENCE £. 
OP 1 TUARY 
OBITUARY 

LADD. L INOA ( 303 
WINNERS ALL! 



(DECEASED! 
I. TRINITY AVE.I 



LAOD. PETER 

POLICE: Z BOYS STAB HAN AT DURHAM POST OFFICE 

LAOUE. RANOE (CARRBOPOt 

NEW HEALTH CLUB OPEN IN CARRBTRO 

LAENC. CYNTHIA U. 

SUPPORT OUR OFFICERS 

WHAT WENT WRONG IN THE SCHOOLS 

LAENG, DAVE (PSOl 



If DAVE (PSUI 

EAST DURHAM LEAK FORCES EVACUATION 
FIJMES FORCE cVACUATIONt INJUR" 2 DURHAM 
TROUBLES OF OTHERS CARRY THE H HEROICS TO 
TOO-TIGHT BARREL CAP LIKELY CAUSE OF LEAK 



FE ICFRS 
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LAFAYETTE, MAROjIS OF 

LAFAYETTE GOT BIG WELCOME IN 



4.C. 



LAFQRGIA, 
MRS. 



MARY MORRIS 

LAFORGIA NAHFD TO POST 



LAKE, I. BEVERLY. JR. 

LAKE IS NOT CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR 

LAKIN, BENNIF IBARBERJ 

BENNIE LAKIN PUTTING DOWN HIS SCISSORS 



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L*«1N. MICHAEL M. 

AivCCACr cjuuCiL NEEoeo 



. fcVIS GENc JS. 

TWO AOREsren in henieostn 



"Bi JOHN PAUL 
0=1 TUAtY 



Jr<. (CHAPEL HILLI 



LA"Bi 1010 

LAHB'S Aki VITAL TQ OURE'S HJ^cS 
3»AVeS SIO\ LAMB; Tl PITCH CO'. BJLLS 
OUUf'S LAM3 TO JOIN O'JLLS 
BULLS 60EAK 5-OAME 5nID. EDGE u'MfS 
LAi^B L IFTS 'JLLS 

LAMBERT, lONNIE 

TIME I.ILL PRuVE PRESIOENT »AS RIuMT 

LAMBERT, srjTT (ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT) 
TAR HEEL PAIR TRIES FOR REC0R1 
NEAR-MISS WITH AIRLINER PRECEOED ULTRALIGHT CRASH 

LAMBERT, TINNIE (NlRTnERN H. S. FnSlISH TEACHER) 
YOUNG CAREER WGMAN 

LAMM, CAROLYN F|SH (DECEASED! 
ae ITUAkY 

LAMM, Charles c. jr. ijuigei 

SU SPECIAL JUDGES ARE REappqINTEP TO "t-YEAR TERMS 

LAMM, HAZEL 

A TIMELY C0^ TBI!>UTION 

LAMM, LARRY ALAN 

polic? say -^an ShOT aftek pulling Gun on officer 
officer cleareo in shooting 
DETECTIVE CLEARF] in Fatal Shooting 

LAMPE. MELISSA BIGGS (SMIThFIElO) 

1 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH NEAR ?EN50N 

LANCASTER, ALICE SPARROh GALLAGHER (JACKSONVILLE! 

COUPLE Charged uith killing mife'S former husband 

LANCASTER, JOHN RICHARD IHALFAX COJNTYl 
Rf.<AR?S POSTEn IN SLAVINGS 

LANCASTER, MARTIN (REP.) 

BILL uouLO Clear arrest recor') s 

HELP FOR CRIME VICTIMS 

LANCASTER, SAMUEL S. INEH BERN! 

COUPLE CHARGaO <ITH KILLING WIFE'S FORMER HUSBAND 

LANCE, BERT (GEORGIA JEMOCRAT 1 

SOUTH CALLED CRUCIAL AREA IN •3'. RACE 

LANOING, FRANK 

C1UNTY SCHOOL STAFF REORGANIZED 

SChOCLS REORGANIZE 

LANDING TO RETIRE JULY 1 

RETIRING AOMI'lISTRATCR SOUNDS OFF FOR TEaChERS 

NEW CLASSROOMS ALMOST COH?lET= 

LANOON* Charles =arl (deceased) 

3PITUARV 
J5 ITUAKY 

LANOSBERGEP, BETTY H. DR. (UNC-CH 1UR5ING PROFESSOR) 

AGING AFFECTS WCMEN AND MEN DIFFERENTLY, UNC PROFESSOR SAYS 
OLJFR ■OMEN LINELY, POOR 

LANc, «3NNIE JORHAN ( Hi LL S^OROUGH ( 
0? ITUARV 

LA'-E, ERNEST MILTON (HILLSBOROUGH! 
OPITUARY 

LANE, FREDDIE III 

", MORE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARuS 

LANE. HENRY GRAOY (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OIITUARY 

LANE, JEFFREY SCTT (w. VA. ! 
SOLDIER DIES 

LANE, Thomas "TO"" 

ALCOHOL FACILITY RENT T" 5E HIGH 
AGENCIES' MHvF MAY BE COSTLY 
inEA OF MUING NORMAL, RETAPOiO OK ■ D 
PROTESTS PAR RELOCATION OF BR1GRAM 

ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM Funds to b= used to buy copifr 

MONEY pna alcohol programs to be USEO to "iuY COPIER 

OETOa program given 3RD EVICTION REPRIEVE 

hfalTh POARO rejects CRISIS S-'RVIC£ OFFER ^-„-„ 

nwARD BETTER CARE: A WHOLE S'ECTRUM OF SEkVICES IS NEcOeP.. 

MOmF for AGGRFS^ivE youths MAY OPEN AROUND JULY I 

MOj^t ON UNIV. DRIVE TO SERVE VIOLENT YOUThS 

RFSIDFNTS FIGHT GROUP Hf^ME 

OFFICIALS SEiK TO ALLAY FEARS ON YOUIH HUME 

RESIDENTS DON'T WANT GRCUP HO' t IN THE IP Nfc IGHanftHOOU 

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR YOUTH HOT' i 

IT'S TOUGH LOCATING COUNTY BUILDINGS 

MHNFY unavailable FOh 'WILLie M.' mMF 

oetoa program loses home 
notf, no ro^bfr, found 
mfntal health neehs grow 

LANLv, Paul "maaIc" lORAriGE CO.) 
OPITuary 

laney, tyson igranvillf co.) 

gamf warden sings at science iuSEUM 

LANG, Ellen 

jatcefs planning dinnfr 

american red cross division hlnoks its founotr, volunteers 

LA'.G, Gladys tNGcL (Suny-STONY bROiK) 

HUMANITIES center: ■ INTFlLECTIAL PARADISE' 

LA'G, JACK (FRENCH MINISTER TF CUL'URE) 



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■CuLTURSL I1?EBIAL ISM" 

L»^lu. I «NCf fK. ISfATILEi HJ'iH.i 

PREPAYIMO JOCraflS eECOMES HOK PjPULJR 

New r»IAL GRANTFO IN CUFKIruC< MiJRUfi* CASE 

LANonON, GEJPGf MtCHAtL 

INOOO" »EEO COP FOUt<n; HAN A'RESTET 
HAN CmaBuEO kITH ChOWlNG "PnT" IN HO.IM 

'"*"' '"mIss'^HEELCHAIR SfLECTED, dURHAHITE IS RUNNFR-UP 
LANGLEY PLACES HIGH IN PAGEANT 

LANI. P01ERI (AMlSKIFl 

PLA'ir rtANAGER DIES Of BURNS 

LAMER. eo-IN S. ("ECEASEOI 
E.S. LANIER DIES AT 81 
LANIER SERVlCfS SLATED WQNOAY 
EO«IN LANIER SERVED STATE WELL 

'■*'"^LCIuisBURG'"COLLEG£ QfflCER TO TAKE PTilTIJN AT ECJ 

LANIER. NANNIE CARRICK lOECEASEOI 
a-^I TUARY 

LANIER. TYRE C. OR. 

N.C. STATE'S FISH TALE 

LANKfOPO. AHY ICHAPEL MILLI 

TFN rfAPS LATER: SAXE GIRL, 



N'W PUMPKIN 



LANNING. MARf.APET 

WAR RFMEMflRANCE 

*■*" '"hospital HOVEs"fQUIP"ENT TO E«PECTANT MOTHERS 

LARMN5. JOHN ( JUDGE I 

BRQWN NAPEO JUDGE'S CLERK 

LARRAaEE. PQEBY 

THOM MCAN AWARD WINNER 



LARSON. JACK 

GE SEES MORE 



'ICROCHIP SALES 



LARSON. LEX I". 

LIBERTY MARKET WILL BE BENOVAIcD 

LASH, WILEY (SALISBURY MAYORI 
VICTORY SOURED 

LASHLEY. BILL (BURLINGTON] 
HELMS DOING His JOB 

CITY FLECTIONS ORAwING EARLY lANOIOATES 
LASHLEY AND BiRBOUB WIN BURL^GTON COUNCIL SEATS 

LASSITER. FLGYO AND JUANITA 

TRINITY PARK CARPORT FUELS COJRT BATTLE 
TRINITY PARK WINS SUIT IN STO'ACE ROQ" SPAT 
JUDGE RULES AGAINST INSPECTOR IN SUIT 

LASSITER, HUBERT COY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

LASSITER, JESSICA 

aaiTuARY 

LASSITER. LUThER "ul"PY" (FLI2ABFT< CITYl 
MULL INS. Baker named TO HALL 
MULLINS. BAKER JOIN SHRINE 
HALL IF FAMF ADDS FIVE TONIGHT 
NEW MEMBERS RECALL PATHS TO N. C . HALL 
NEW HALL OF FAMERS TRADE STORIES 

LASSITER. TALMADGE „,, , , 

AID SOUChT fop PUSH ON PRUNKE^l DRIVERS 
BUDGET BE3UEST SEFKS PAY FOR ;xTRA OFFICERS 

LAW ENFORCEMENT KEY TO SAFE ROADS SUCCESS .,,,„ „r^,r 

COUNTY MAY 'HIFT ALL FIRE. RESCUE SERVICE TO VOLUNTEER OEPTS. 
HOUSE PANFL TO REVIEW CONTRO V" R SI »L NEW LAW 
PSOS INSPECT WASTE SITES 
CONCERT AIDS CRl MESTQPPFRS 
DURHAM'S TOP LAWMEN POAISE YUJNG PEOPLE 

LASTER. ELLIOTT (0ECFA5E1I 
OBI TUARY 

LASZLQ. JOHN DR- 

DUKE CANCER CENTER SEEKS ENO TO MYSTERY 

NEW RESEARCH DECLINES 

DRUG MAY HELP CANCER THERAPY 

LASZLO. NANCY 

HOSPICE RfFLtCTS COMMUNITY GDIUNtSS 

A MIL'^STO'-ie YEAR FOR TRIANGLE HOjPICE 

TRIANGLE HOSPICE CONSIDERS MEUCAPE 

LATHAM, TONY ( R JnE» SOMV 1 LLF I 

BODY TF WINSTON-SALEM BASFbALL PLAYER RECOVFKED 

LATHRQP, HOLLIS (OIFHROI 

CHURCH COUNCILS' LECTIONARY D=CRIEO 

LATIMER. ELEANOR POwfLL (HIGH POINT I 
TAKING A LOOK AT MUVIES. TV 

LATIA. ALLAN BRYANT ( Hi LL SBOP OUGH I 
OBI TUARY 

LATTA. EARL J. 

GARDENER ENJOYS GfluWING GRAPES 

LATTA. HARllLO FRANK ( H 1 LL SBOR OUGH I 
OBITUARY 

LATTA, ROBERT E. SR. 
OBITUARY 

LATTIHORE, HENRY 

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LATTIXQSE LUES EA&LES" SEaSO\, fUTURF PkQSPECIS H 2 11/11/83 2 N 

LAUbE. A. H. (Cma^EL HILLI 

3»ASA ^OHINEE NAMED H 3 5/11/83 C 1 N 

A. M. LAUSE NDMINATEO Tr FILL POST S 2 5/11/83 A 6 N 

LAUQFR. JEAN M, DR. 

STRESS. OCgCS HAV AFFECT 9ABy' S JPAf. UEvElOPHcNT m 2 10/13/33 C 1 "^ N 

LAUOERi "ORZA VALERIE lOECEASED) 

OaiTUARY H 2 12/15/83 A 18 

LAUFFE°t OAhA ANOREh 

MULTIPLE CrtARGES FILcD AGAINST DRIVEft AFTER CRASH ENDS CHASE H 2 8/15/»3 3 1 N 

LAUGHEOY. JACR 

,AM A HARDEE'S - GOT A MILLI3N? H 2 5/19/53 A ? f l*.! 

IRA TALK SET H 2 10/J5/93 ASM 

-Oh, MRS. GORSUCH! THIS IS RITA LAvELLE! ICARTQOr<l H 2 2/10/83 A 4 T T R56 

POLITICAL KNIVES ARE OUT H 2 3/05/B3 D 4 E 

LAVER. ROD CTENNIS PLAYERl 

LAVER TO OVERSEE N.C. TENNIS 'tSJRT S 2 12/l'./e3 C ■. N 

LAW - YJNE. UENuV 

SUNSHINE AND Shadow TURN LIFE ARJU'.D H 2 5/01/83 D 3 H<,9 

LAwiNG. Charlie icarto^nisti ,„,,., 

CARTOONIST creates aCC victor* PJSTERS S 2 a/05/83 A 3 N 

LAwING SaVS legislature COUCO ADJIuRN IN APRIL H 2 1/05/83 3 5 N 

LEGISLATIVE day: family AFFAH H 2 1/13/93 A 1 P N 

INGRAM RAPS SENATE PANEL APPOINTMENT M 2 1/19/83 A 9 P N 

GOvERNQP-S TERM VOTE IS PLANNED H 2 1/21/83 A 1 N 

SENATOR SUED FQR DIVORCE H 2 3/25/93 A fc N 

<. N.C. SENATORS VIE FOR TOP J3b S 2 <r/l9/93 C 8 J 

GjaERNATORIAL TERMS REFERENOUI STUDIED H 2 6/30/93 5 N 

SENAinR SATS HE'LL RESUME SUCIESSION BATTLE IN 1994 H 2 7/11/93 A 10 N 

LAWING. JANE GAFFNEY (CHARLOTTEI , ,,,c,., 

SFNAT1R SUED FOR DIVORCE H 2 3/25/93 A 6 N 

LAMR^NCt* AHOS 

NY'S TAYLOR TO REPORT; AMOS CJ T H 2 9/13/93 1 N 

'honeymoon TOUR LED TO WHITE M3USE VISIT H 2 7/26/83 A 6 » N 

LAWRENCE. CARRIE INuRSEI , ,,,,=, ^ , o ,. 

FOL<S AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM H 2 4/27/93 C 1 P U 

LAWRENCE. ELIZA LOTTIE RILEY , ,,-,„,», c . n o <: r-Fo 

GARDENER IS dUSY WITH PLANTS. MUSIC H 2 1/30/83 E 1" P F G78 

LAWRENCE. FREDRICK C. . , ,,,,,=, . i c 

jns DIS-ISSAL TERMED UNJUST 5 2 7/22/93 a 4 E 

LAWRENCE. SADIE 0. lOXFCRDl ^ , ,w,,i/c, . ^ 

PLEASF euCKLE UP " ^ 11/04/93 A 4 L 

LAWRENCE. ^ShaRON^^^^ LIGHTS CARAPET -CITY' H 2 5/20/93 10 P R W66 

TODAY'S MOVIES BECOME SIGNS F3R REALITY H 2 9/21/93 A 4 L 

LAWRENCE. WILLIAM W. ^itatai . I a u rn^ 

Two CANDIDATES FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL 606R0 S 2 a/|9/93 A ? J £" 

FOUR CANDIDATES FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD H 2 a/30/83 B 1 P ^ W24 

SCHOOL 901R3 RACE HEATING UP | 2 I/IS^II . I Z r?,l 

EDUCATORS ENDORSE 4 IN SCHOOL DOARD <ACE S 2 ''IK^? i i u ^52 

EOuCaTDBS backing four school board candidates h 2 9/23/93 B 1 N W24 

2 SCHOOL eOARD INCUMBENTS GET OVA BACKING H 2 10/09/93 C I N W24 

DURHAM ELECTIONS: 13 SEEKING POSTS ON SCHOOL BOARD ^ ^. H 7 10/09/93 A 1 N W24 

THE CinZFNS OF DURHAM BENEFIT ... RE-ELECT wILLIAH 1»ILL1 LAWRENCc H 2 D/09/93 B 8 P A 

FIRST kCuNO TUESDAY IN DURHAM ELECTIONS: SCHOOL BOARD... h 2 0/09/93 D I P F 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRI-ARIES 5 2 10/10/93 A J „ "^ 

THREE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL iOARC H 2 0/12/93 A I P N W24 

SChCOL POARO winners deserve CONJRATjLAriONS H 2 <l/;f/;| ' , „ I rn<; 

2 NFwCCMERS WIN S'ATS ON CITY iCnOJL BOARD S 2 10/12/93 A 1 P N COS 

VOTFRS' CHOICES REFLECT EDuOAflONAL AWARENESS S I !?'!'/" A 4 E 



MEMBERS TAKE PATHS ^ ' 12/12/93 A 7 N CO"* 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOL 90AR0 ELECTS JR. ROBERT GhIRARDELLI CHAIRMAN H 2 12/13/93 A ) P «) WZJ 

CITY SCHOOL BOAHO TAPS NEW CHAIRMAN 



2 12/13/93 =■ ION C05 



LAWS. Carlton anthony -tony- ioran-e en.) a/.A/o> i. i d « a<.<. 

ORANGE'S Own is SANITARIAN OF THE YEAR H 3 9/30/93 b 1 P N 946 



LAWS. Evflys I. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 



? 10/08/93 A 9 
2 10/10/83 B 7 



LAWS* HARLAN (SIGN BUSINESS! ^, , ,^, /a-» a inn 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: ThE way THINGS ARE " 2 6/04/83 8 1 1 U 

LAWS. LuThFR wFSLtY lOECEASEDl ,,,,n/a^ r ? n 

U9ITUARY " 2 11/20/93 C ? n 

LAWS. FOSA ICHAPEL HILL) a/n5/pi i ^ M 

CHAPtL HILL WOMAN RECEIVES GUI THREAT S 2 d/02/°3 4 3 N 

LA-S. STFVf lOUKMAM PuSINESSMANl s/,,/m r, GOV w»,n 

L'-SHAS FISH TALE WIThTwIST " 2 !<"/", = ,5 J 2 ^4? 



SON SUCCEEDING HARLAN LAwS 



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LAWS. WILLIAM laFayETTF IDFCEASED) ,,,,/a, j n n 

OBITUARY " 2 4/21/"3 AST 

*■*' PREMATURE INFANis:"TRANSPnRT TEAMS OFFER ThEM a dETTER CHANCE... S 2 6/29/83 C I P F 

LAWSON. FLSIF CARVER lOECEASFO) „ , k/.h/BI r I. n 

09ITUARY " 2 6/03/83 C 6 " 

LAWSON. EMMA BANKS WYChE lOECEASEOl lj/17/ll> -70 

OBITUARY . " 2 l2/l'/»3 ' " 

LAWSON. LOTTIE IROKBOROl ,,_ , „ ,, ..1 ^/i7/bi b 1 F 

ALL SSVEN LAWSON CHILDREN HAV"^ CRAOUATEO Fr OM ALT H 1 5/12/B3 B 1 " I- 

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LAmSHN, P0=*t9T "JJNt blJG" JR. 
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LAWSON. ttllLIA"* ".lINSION" (CHAPEL HILLI 

PARTY C.lASrtFRS PELT MAN'S CHA'EL HILL HOMI= WITH ;CGS 

LAHTON. Cli^OPATHA 

INSTRUCT [CfJ DIRfCIQB "U'lEO 

scnnoL eoARo names instruction h;ao 

TFACHFR TEMME ON CITV SCHOOL bHAPCI'S AGENDA 

HIGH SCHOnLS GET ENRICHMENT CTU'SFS 

SCHOOLS ACCEPTING PROGRAM TUITION 

CITY SCHOOLS GAIN STUOENTS. 0< CJURSE RESUIREMENTS 

PLAN AIDS REAOING TEACHERS 

HOMFhORK: DURHAM STUDENTS DO ^ORE THAN THREE HUUR S A WEEK, OFFICIALS SAY H 

COMPUTERS UROFREO 

CITY REPORT CARDS TO CHANGE 



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HAMMONDS 



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LARRY (CANTON) 

BODIES BECOVEREO FROM POOLS 



LAZARUS, LARPY 

FROG Skin: 



CONTAINS INGREDIENT FOUND IN LUNG CANCER 
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LAZENBY, GLENN A. JR. DR. 

APPFALS COURT ORDERS RETRIAL TF CIVIL 
HIGH COURT UPHOLDS ASSAULT CUMVICTIONS 

LAZtNBY, JEAN 

APPEALS CCuRT ORDERS RETRIAL TF ClYlL ACTION 
HIGH COURT UPHOLDS ASSAULT CQVVICTIOxS 



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LEAK. CORA (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

LEAKE. EThFL 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

LEAKE. PAM 

'ThFN we SHOWED ' 

LEAMAN. SAM (CHAPEL HILLI 
FIGHT PORNOGRAPHY 

LEAHING, HILL lAM V. 

". TEENS CHARGED WITH CAR BREAK-INS 

LEAMQN. KEITH DALE (3515 ROXBORO RIADI 
3 TEENS CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

LEARY, OLIVER 

SPAULOING WORKER QUITS AS SPECIAL VOTER KEGISTRAK 
SPAULOING CAMPAIGN AIDE OU I T S. CITES DISAGREEMENTS 
BLACK COMMITTEE PICKS PANEL m!aDS 

LEARY, ROLAND W. 

BIG TAX WASTE 

LEARY ALTERS BOOKING ARFA GUN POLICY 

LFARY Changes LOCKUP SYSTEM 

SHERIFF ACTS WISELY 

JAILBIRD WITn A STAR 

LEARY TO SPEAK 

SHERIFF LEARY: M WON'T LIE.' 

SHERIFF SAYS BUDGET CUT WILL HAMPER rilM 

DURHAM DEPUTIES OPPOSE BUDGET CUTS 

SHERIFF IS NOT SATISFIED WITH BUDGET DISTRIBUTION 

COMMUMTY WATCH AWARDS 

OVERCROWDING IN COUNTY JAIL 'CRITICAL' 

CONCERT AIDS CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM'S TOP LAWMEN PRAISE YOJNG PEOPLE 

LEATHERS, CILLIE 0. 

RESPONSE TO 9AKKER 

LEATHERS. HAZEL BICKSLER 
OBITUARY 

LEATHERS. JOANNIF CAROL 

KIDNAPPING CHARGE LODGED 

DURHAM HAN FACES CHARGE OF KI?NAPPING 

MAN FACING NEW Charge 

MANGUM Charged 

leathers, L. L. "BUDDY" 

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM SLOWLY ERODING 

A STATE LOTTERY WOULD PROMOTE SIN 

'HUMANISTS' RUIN LAWS, SCHOOC 

COBFY SEEKS GOO'S WILL FOR SEfVlCE 

RELIGIOUS FREEDOMS ARE IN 0AN;ER 

POLITE RECEPTION FOR SENATOR <eNN6DY NO SURPRISE 

LEATHERS, RA'lDY 

LEAThFRS leads SPARTANS 

LEAVELLE, KENNETH ALOEN (GRErNSuORl] 

STUDENT JAILED EN STABBING INCIDENT 

LEPLANC, DENNIS 

EXPENSIVE FIREWOOD 

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GUILFORD OFFICERS STILL SEEK IKEAK IN TWU STABUINGS 

LEDWELL, FRED (lftl5 4NGIFR AVE. I 

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Hi^RALO "AKES SIAff Chances 

LEF, OAVIO lASST. nuKE FOOTflALL COACMi 

ASSisriNTs cj-Ei ro on sltan-s 'ieu stai-f 

LEfi ilFSnuiM 

MAN FATall* SHOT; HlFF FACES : HAhCE 

IEF» ELEANOR "NELL" 

AN ARCHAIC ATTITunE 
PRISON SIORY IN ERROR 

LEF. EUCA (CEOAR OROVEI 

MAN'S HOME *URNS AFTER ME IS ARRESTFO 

LEF, F. GRi.iAli (DUKE -EniCAL CENf-Rl 
L.-t JDINS fiEOKAL CENTER STAFF 

I EE, G. F. ir APT. I 

DETECTIVE oUR^AU IS REORGANUINC 

lEFi hf-,sy c. 

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LEF, hO^aRO 

LFc HAY k'JN FOK "iTM OISTRICT 5tAt 

LEE MAY SEEK HFFICE 

N.C. "LACKS JFLCJME dIO 

HOhakT lee almost sure Mt HtL- » JN F)R rjNGOtSS 

LFt •9')f SURF HE KILL Run FO-i fJMGRJSS 

113', POLITICS: LE^ PONOERSi HHITTEa MUM 

LEF, jack IFCCI 

JACK LEE MISSING POLITICS 

LcE, JAMES TRUMAN lOFCEAStOI 
QRI TUARY 

LEF, JOHNIF kilLLIAM lOECEASEDI 
QfllTuAHY 

LEEi JOSEPH », III "JjF" 

jnSK SmP.S in PRETTY YARD 

LEE, KRISTA I TEACnERI 

THEY HERE MARRlEi) DESPITE SLU^ START 

LEF, KUO-hS lUNr. OR. 

CANCER QUEST CjVcRS MYRIaH OF PLANT EXTRACTS 

LEF, LARRY LAMAR inECEASEul 
OFITuAkY 



LARF Y n. 

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.IFE FACES :hakC£ 



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JOBS nuTNUMIER STUDENTS 

OoKF HAS Surplus of jobs for stujents 

LEF, MAURICE «. (uNC-Cm SCHOOL OF luSINESSl 

cCDNQMIC RECOVERY SAin PQSSIa.Y hEAKEST EVER 
INTER^ST RATES ARF OESTINEO n riCRFASE — LEE 

L£c, RAY-ONu ALLEN IMDNCUREI 

CHATHAM MAN STAbBFO IN ABDOMEN 

LEE, R03ERT KENNEDY (MEBANEl 
MFBANE MAN KILLED 

LEE, SHERMAN ICHAPEL HILLI 

SHERMAN lEc: 'SHUU 'IIZ- NOT F.IR ART 

LEE, THOMAS H. IJuOGEJ 

Rf.Syl" XfA '^.'t'-E; ""CED AFTrR AVERY JUUGE HARASSED 
JUDGE hON'T UNSHACKLE OEFFNOANT IN 2 SLAYINGS 

L£F, .ALTER YATES (liAKE FORESTI 

anOIES TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED AS T^n NORTH CAROLINA HEN 

LEE, alLLlAI ISAIAPHAWI 

NEIGHBORS PROTEST POND'S FLUCTUATION 

LEE, <ILH»M S. "3lLL" (Duke POmERI 

DUKE POhER TJ SELL STOCK TO ITS CUSTOMERS 

LEE, HILSCN REV. I STAIESVILLEI 

CROSS IS =IUONEO on MINISTER'S LA,N 

LEFkOmIIZ, ROBERT j. 

DUKE PRPFESSOR GETS 4100,000 ^A^CN AjARO 
LEFKOWITZ «INS AnARI 

LcFLFR, CORA ICharlOTTEI 

7*-YEAa-0LD wIDOn GOES TO JAIL FOR OKOTECTIPN 



LEGATES, J. E. DR. lOEAN OF SCm. 
LEGATES mONOREO 



AGRICULTURE, NCSUl 



LEGGATT, RICH 

PILOTS CAST Shadow OVER LEGGATT' S OUTING 

LEGGETT, C. HOKE (OEPT. TF AGR ICUL' UR E I 

OFFICIAL SELLING HIS HOG FARM TO PAY OEPTS 

LEGGETT, MARY SMACKLEFORD lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

LEHMAN, JOHN 

LESSONS FOR THE NAVY FROM FAHLANOS CONFLICT 

LEHMAN, LILLIAN YOUNGS lUNC REGIST5ARI 
FOUR fmpldyFES OF UNC SALUTED 

LEhMANN, LESLIE 

TnG"ER GuIlTy of sex CRIME, G=TS L|F£ TEkM 

LEmr, heather a. 

EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL MOOELS FOR HUMANITY 

LEIGH, Eva mCaRThuR IDECEaSEOI 
03ITUARY 

LEITE, LAOYCE 



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LICHI ON TnE CO'ICEPT H 2 3/0<./n3 I P F H66 

LE-JN, OELPMINE a. 

POLICE ARPEST 5 IN HOUSE IN OJSHA'1 H 7 l/dt/Sl A 12 N 

5 ARRESTED During raid 5 2 1/10/83 A 6 N 

LEMONS, TODO 

CAR BREAn-IN ARRESTS "ADE H 2 i/J8/a3 B 7 N 

2 TEENS FACE CHARGES S 2 3/08/83 A 3 N 

LcNCIQM* OA^JIEL IHir.MLANO PARK, ILL.) 

FIVE INDICTED IN MARIJUANA BALE DUMPING H 2 11/20/83 A 1 N 

LENEAVF, HALLIE HOSCO.^ 

TWO PLEAD GUILTY TO NAIL FKAU7 H 2 6/28/83 A 10 N 

Two HEN SENTENCED ON MAIL FRAUD CHARGES H 2 7/21/83 A 6 N 

LENNON. ALTON LT. 1 C0LUM1US CO. DEPUTY SHESIFFI 

DEPUTY PLEADS GUILTY S 2 './l')/»3 B 8 N 

LENNON. JOHN 

NE-S item: F3I KEPT FILES ON JOHN LFNNON ICARTOONI H 2 3/25/83 A <, T T R56 

LITHOGRAPH PY JOHN LENNON DONATEJ FOR SUNDAY AUCTION H 2 10/06/83 6 1 N 

LENMON ART WORK TO BE SOLD AT SUNDAY AUCTION S 2 10/06/83 All N 

L6NTRICCHIA, FRANK 

LENTRICCHIA TO SPEAK S 2 10/13/83 A 16 N 

LENTZ. EUGENIA AND J. C. MARPISUN I HAMPTON, VA.J 

COUPLE AND SON AHF FOUND OEAO H 1 8/0S/e3 B 1 N 

L6NT2. aOBFRI ICHARlOTTEI 

COUPLE AND SON ARE FOUND OEAO H 1 3/05/93 S 1 N 

LEON, MANUEL IIMMOKALEE, FLOPIDAI 

MIGRANT HORKdR SHOT TO DEATH H 2 7/25/83 A ■) N 

H 2 1/11/83 2 P F M71 

LEONARD, DIANA LYNN IKNIGHTDALFI 

THREE ARE KILLED H 2 2/U2/P3 A 7 N 

LEONARD, HUBERT M. BRIG. GTN. (NATIONAL OuakDI 

LEONARD TAKES N.C. GUARD POST H 2 10/18/83 A 3 N 

LEONARD, PAUL AARON (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 IO/lS/83 5 

OBITUARY H 2 10/16/83 B 2 

LEONARD, ROaFRT FLEMING lOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 3/25/83 C 10 

LEONARDl, RICHARD REV. IWATAUGA CO, I 

POIFST REALIZES OREAM WITH CAMP H 2 ',/2<,/^3 A 22 F 

LESTER, OwFN 

OELOAICHE JOINS COUNTY BOARD S 2 12/20/83 A 1 P N J56 

LESTER, RICHARD IIREDELL CD. I 

MAN RFCEIVES 3-YEAk TERM FOR TRYING TO HIRE KILLER H 2 7/21/83 A 12 N 

LEThERFR, JAMES M. (SAGINAW, MICHPjANI 

AOOPTEO WOlFPACK fan KNOWS ASJUT MIRACLES H 2 ',/02/83 B 3 P N 

LETTfRMAN, OAVID 

AN EARLY LOOK AT 'LATE NIGHT < I TH DAVID LETTERMAN" S 2 1/06/83 2 P F A15 

LET2ING, J. A. 

DURHAM'S FINAL FIRE CHIEF FOUND CHILDHOOD OREAM S 2 6/18/93 A I P F U57 

FIRF DEPARTMENT, CHIEF NOW RELICS OF THf PAST S 2 6/27/83 A ", E 

LFT7ING HONORED AT DINNER S 2 6/29/P3 B I N J56 

CITY'S LAST FIRE CHIEF RETIRING H 2 6/30/83 B 1 P N AS", 

L£UCHTEN°URG, WILLIAM E. 

KENNEDY: A FIGURE OF MYTH AS ^UCH AS OF HISTORY H 2 11/22/83 A 10 F 

KENNEDY REMAINS FIGURE OF MYTl S 2 11/23/83 A 3 P F 

LEUT2E, JAMES DR. (CHAPEL HILLI 

CLASS OF -33: LEUTZE SHOOTS D3WN 'MC GENERATION IHAGF H 2 5/16/P3 A 1 P N M5 1 

PROFESSOR: UNC '"jRADS NOT SELFISH GENERATION S 2 5/16/83 A 1 P N 

UNC professor: AMERICANS TURN TO ISOLATIONISM S 2 9/09/83 A 1 N C05 

FINAL PLANS S 2 9/09/83 C 1 P P T37 

STUDENTS TOLO TO STRESS HUMANITIES H 2 9/10/83 B 1 <. N W24 

LEUTZE TOUTS BROAO EDUCATION S 2 9/10/83 A 3 N COS 

LEVENSON, PHILLIP (MODELI 

HE'S YOUNG MAN WITH DISTINCT FlArF FOR THE DRAMATIC H 2 9/09/83 B 2 P F J<,0 

LEVEOETT, GE"RGE T. (HIGH POINTl 

E«-POLICEMAN SENTENCED IN SLAVING H 2 5/14/83 A 9 N - 

LEVI, MORT 

SUIT SAYS FORCE USED TO GET TIMBER RIGHTS H 2 2/25/83 A 7 N 

SUIT FOCUSES ON TIMBtR S 2 2/25/83 A 6 N 

CONVICTIONS OF HOBBY, LEVI UPHELD H 2 3/10/83 A 1 N 

COURT FINDS NO ERRORS IN HOBBY, LEVI CONVICTIONS H 2 3/11/83 A 6 N 

LEVICKEY, JAMES M. , . ,„, 

SHEA'S DISMISSAL SECOND STRIK-OUT ON SPORTS SCENE H 2 11/15/83 A ", L 

LEVINE, IRVING a. (REPORTER! 

REPORTER SEES DANGER IN DEFICITS H 3 10/11/83 c 1 P N 9<,6 

LFVINE: inflation SHACKLED S 2 10/11/83 E 3 N 

LEVINE. JOEL S. (NASAl 

NEW ThEOKY: ATMOSPHERE WAS BELCHE3 BY VOLCANOES H 2 U/30/83 All F 830 

LEVINE. KENNY ICAKE DECORATOPI . ,, , , , „ , . „ 

TEEN KEEPS HIS CAKES KOSHER H 2 6/23/83 C I P F J<,0 

LEVINE, MELISSA AND HARRY , , ^,„, ^ , „ ^ „„.; 

infertility: couples ride emotional ROLLERCOASTER H 2 6/05/83 E 1 P F M95 

LEVINE, RONALD DR. 

DOCTOR SAYS REGULATIONS LIMIT U.S. HEALTH CAKE S 2 2/01/33 A 1 N M23 

H 2 1/11/83 A 10 N 

LEWIS, BOB (RALfclGHI , ,,„, „ 

CORRECTION H 2 3/03/83 B 2 N 

LEWIS, CHARLES 

ABC APPOINTMENT SET MONDAY S 2 7/30/83 A3 N 

LEWIS RENAMED TO POST S 2 8/02/83 A3 N J56 



BL*Cn CMALlENjE fOR ABC POSITION FlILS IN 8-7 VOTE 

LE-IS. OnSMlF IMILISBGRCUGHI 
OBITuaRV 

LcWISt EON* (CMAPcL HiLLt 

CHEF CJOKS UP A SOUTHERN HEaiTAGE 

KITChFN MAoIC: it ChAI^HSD CLA^SOKNE, WILLIAMS 

ChILOhOOO AR3"15 linger IN HE< SDUThEPN COCKING 

LEWIS. ERICA (GCLOSanROI 

S5,00C IS RAISEO FOR CANCER VICTIM 

LEMIS, FRANCES IN.C. STATE UNIV. BASKETBALL nfFICEl 
THE SUCCESSFUL BOOM OVERhhELHING HOLFPaCk 

LEWIS. GFQRGIA IMECKLENBURGI 

JUDGE OFLAyS replacement OF MlGISTRAIE 

LEi.l'^, hFLFN N. 
Oai luARY 

LEWIS. HILTON _ ^ 

VANCE SCHOOL CHIEF'S 'ACT NOT REnEwEO 
VANCE EDUCATION BOARO STANDS 3r ITS VOTE ON LEWIS 
RESTRAINING jRDER ISSUED IN VANCE SCHOOL OISPUTF 
RESTRAINING 300FR LIFTED ON VANCE SCHOOL BOARO TAPES 

LEWIS. JAMES FOLEY AND MTMUUE 

BODY Of GOLDSBORO WOMAN FOUND IN FMBASSV RUObLE 

LEWIS. JOHN P. JR. IFAPMVILLEI 

SIX SPECIAL JUDGES ARE REAPPOINTED TO *-YEAR TERMS 

LEwlS. LARRY ITEACHERI 

PUPILS CONDUCT HOT EXPERIMENTS 

LEWIS. MARY Fuller (hendersoni 

COUPLE FACES DRUG CHARGES 
LEWIS. NANCY C^ULLINGTON WAREHOUSE) 

WINNERS all; 

'■^"'^Gr^LFEp'ruPLlCATES PERFECT STR3KE: SAME CIRCUMSTANCES. ZO YEARS LATER 

Lewis. RANDY IHARNFTT CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACHi 
HARNETT CENTRAL STEAK AT 19 

LEWIS. RICHARD JOSEPH (HENDERSON) 
COUPLE FACES DRUG Charges 

LEWIS. WILLIAM URBAN JR. IDECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

LEwTER. "OROThY LiLES (CHARLOTTE) 
OBITUARY 

LIChFNSTEIN. CHARLES H. (UNITED NATIONS) 

aon voyage. united nations , ,, 

maybe there's a reason for watt's lack of tact 

lichtnwalier. lee 

joman is rucufo cf ijs by gunman 

LfOUV. 0. GORUHN 

THEATRE NOTFS (CaRIOUNI 

LIDDY TO SPFAK AT DKKE 

GORPON LIOUy: country NEEPS TT Be IHUGHER 

LIODY: U.S. UNREALISTIC AOOUT MIGHT 

KNIFING MIS PROTECTORS 

L if bFRMAN, MARC F , 

CHEMICAL WEAPONRY NOT NEEDED 

LIEBFRMAN, NANCY (AIDE 10 MARTINA -I AVR AT ILOVA ) 

Two VERSIONS nf NUMBER ONE: AT LAST. ThF PIECES FIT... 

LIEVSAY. JOHN L. 

ENGLISH FELLOWSHIP ENDOWED 

Lir.GINS. JIM-IE lOECFASEO) 
OBITUARY 

HGMT30DY, MAKY CABRINGTON (DECEASFO) 
DPI IuaRY 

L I CQN ■ BRAD IREPa) 

COUNCIL UN STATUS CF WOMEN LOSOYING. LEClSLATOli CHARGES 

LICON. ERNEST GUILFORD (DECEASED) 
JBI TUARY 

LIKAS. GEORGE NICHOLAS II 

POLICE ARREST MAN IN ORANGE B<EAK-IN 

LILLY. JAMES (CHAPEL HILL PSOI 

SECOND PERSON IN ASSAULT CASE TURNS HiMStLF IN 

LILLY. MARSHA w. (RAl_EIGH) 

FOOD SERVICE Chief 

PRISON DIETITIAN GOES ON IRIA. 

MISUSE TRIAL WILL CONTINUE 

DIETICIAN IS CONVICTED OF MISUSING STATE CAR 

DIETITIAN FOR STATE PRISONS FIRED 

LILLY. WILLY JR. ( w INSTON-S AL EM 1 
2 CHARGED WITH MURDER 

'■''"'"dukE'^'^PRElIMINary SkIR-IShES: recruiting atop PRIORITIES OF. ..COACHES 
NUMBERS SURPRISE DUKE RECRUII'R 
RECRUITING WOUNDS MINOR OURIN'. DUKE'S POOR YEAR 

LINCOLN. C. ERIC 

LINCOLN TO GIVE LECTURES 

LINCOLN. CAROL (MOC I NC . I 

WOMEN GET ELECtOQNICS TRAININS 

'■"*°"iRHAM°iRTIST°PUls'NATuO£ ANO NATURAL TALENTS TO WORK FOR HfR 

LINDER.^GEOR Ig^^g^jjuMj „nn STAGVILLE'S YULc SEASON 

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LINOESOTh GET"; IWARCI 

lINDL6»i ROaFRT (SNOW CiXPI 

Ta.< HFEL HECMANIC SAYS SfUOEBAKERS EASY TO FIX 

LINOQUIST, DAvrO PAYNE ICHAPFL HiL » 
ANTIOUES SPECIALIST GETS POST 

LINDSAY, JAMES J. MAJ. GEN. « 

a?NO AIRdTRNE'S UEAOEB LEAVIN". 

3?ND AIRBORNE GETS CHANGE OF CUHMANO 

LINDSAY, JAMES KOUERT IGASTuNIAl 
POLICEMAN HILLS GASTONIA MAN 

LINOSEY, MARY R. (PITTSSOkOI 

SAFf ROAOS ACT DESERVES SUPPC^I 

LINOSLFY, JIM 

STORY 8A0 FOR BUSINESS 



LINEBERGER, FRED 
0" I TUAKY 



(CHAPEL HILLI 



LINEBERRY, ALQEkT S. IGREENSBOROI 

Three laymen may seek baptist co-jvenuon post 

LINENS, clarence OALTUN JK. 

obituary 

LINGFREELT, NtllA (TRAIN ENGINFERl 

WOMAN'S HAND AT ThROTTLF ON C. INCHFItLU LOAL TRAIN 
CASEY JONES WOULD BF SURPRISE! 

LI^fK, BETm (BAPTIST MINISTER! 

CHURCH CAREERS CALL THIS YOUN". CuUPLE 

LINK, Thomas 

DUKE EXHIBITS DURHAM ARTIST 
LASER ART STILL AT TESTING STAGE 

LIfJKER, LINDSEr 

CHAPEL HILL TENNIS TEAM PRQVMES PLEASANT SURPRISE 

LIMTHiruM, RAhLeY DABNEY (DECEASEO) 
OBI TUARY 

LINTON, LAWRENCE A. (NEW BFRNl 

NEW BERN MAN TELLS VA HE IS NIT DEAD 

L I N T ON , Sin 

GTE FILES FOR RATE HIKE 

LIPSCQ-a. CARDFLL CATLETT 

COURT MUST RECONSIDER SENTENC= 

LIPSCOMB, JOHN "TOM THUMB" 
OBI TUARY 

LIPSCOMB, ORANGE 

2 CHARGED IN ACCIDENTS 

LIPSCOMB, ROUMANIA 

GARDENER ALWAYS WALKS AWAY WITH HER « I BBON- W I NN ING PLANTS 

LIPSIT2, JOAN (UNCI 

GRANT TO HELP STUDENTS, TEACHERS 

LISChER, RICHARD DR. (DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOLI 

PROFS LDUK AT PREACHING; IT'S BACK IN VOGUE IN CHURCH, THEY SAY 

LISk, LEARD EVANHER jr. (GREENSBORll 

davidson man being tried on c j unt erfe i t inc charge 
jury convicts n.c. man, 65, qe possessing fake money 
greensboro inventor sentenced 

lisken, Emily (carrboroi 

fire chief's wife charged with arson 

Chapel hill fire chief's wife chargeo with arson 

lister, oscar e. 

oukham schools to get rotc 

lister, posemary 

POOR AND HOMELESS NEED ShELTE' 

LITTLE, CALVIN M. (MT. GILEAOl 

MAN LEAVES N.C. METHODISTS OVER II MILLION 
MULTIMILLION-DOLLAR WILL BENEFITS METHODISTS 
HE LIVED LIKE A PAUPER, BUT LiFT MILLIONS OFHINO 
MP. LITTLE TOOK THE BROAD VIE.V OF LIVING 

LITTLE, OwIGHT C. 

AREA FARMER CHOSEN 

DURHAM FARMER MEETS WITH HUNT 

LITTLE. GETRGE (SOUTHERN PINESI 

BUSINESSMAN SEEKS REPUBLICAN POST 

REPUBLICANS SPLIT OVER LEADER'HiP 

GOP RE-ELECTS FLAHERTY; DESPITE LOSS, MnOFRATfS CALL FOR UNITY 

STATE REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN DENIES SEATS ON ELECTION BOARDS TO 2 MEN 

LITTLE, LAWRENCE 

LITTLE TO GET PAROLE HEARING 

LITTLE. LOYD 

GIVE The AHICKS PRIVACY 

LITTLE, SHARRl 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH ABANDONMENT 

CORPORAL FACES CHARGE 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF LEAVING BABY TOLD TO ENTER HOSPITAL FOR TESTS 

WOMAN CLAIMS INFANT 

WOMAN WANTS HER BOY 

BABY'S MOM SENTENCED 

MOTHER IS TOLD TO 'GROW UP' 

LITTLE, WILLIAM DARRELL (OOBSQNl 

COURT UPHOLDS N.C. ACTION IN PRISON HOSTAGE CASE 

LITTON, JA'.E 

PROGRAM 10 CITE EXCELLENCE IN TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENTS 

LITTRELL, RONALD WADE ( BAHAMA I 

2 YOUTHS, MAN ARRESTED WITH W=APONS AT SCHOOL 



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MOST STATE GROkTH PLANS DON'T «QSK 

LlVENGODPt CHJBL5S III O'i • 

DUKE TO STuOT PELVIC DISEASE 

NE« CONTRACEPTIVE -ILL °E SOL? IN FALL 

LIVENGOQDt aCONEY CEAN IHENDERSGNl 

TmO teen-agers charged .<ITh TAHlriG '<EDICal °ai. 

'"'■ ' Three file as cindioates in n-N board elections 

LLOYD SEEKS 2N0 TERH 

JATER ISSUES CONCERN HOPEFULS 

OPEN GOVERNMENT IS HILLSBOROUGH ISSUE 

SHEFFIELD. PQRTI WIN "AYOR'S <ACES; LLQYO. JOHNSON, STcVENS cLcCTFD. 

HILLS^OROUjH MAYOR OUITS; LLOYD TO CO»*PLtTE TERM 

HiLLSBOROOuH -"AYOR AND BOARD ■fEHBEiS SWORN IN 

LLOYO. AUBREY ICHAPEL HILLI 
0?lTUAR¥ 

ORANGE PJARiT BaChS ADDITIONS TO BUDGET 
COMMISSIONER'S BARN BURNS. 2 "ORE DAMAGED 
2 ON BOARr) COULD GAIN FRO"' ROJTE 
LLOYO: I-'iCi ROUTE NO FINANCIAL BENEFIT 

LL'^yO. BERTIE IVFy ICmaPEL hILLI 
01ITUARY 

LLOYO. BETSY ANNE (HILLSBOROUGH! 
OBITUARY 

LLOVO, CHERYL 

t,-H SUPERVISOR "ECOMES FUOOS • NO NUTRITION AGFNT 

DON'T LET HIGH FOOD COSTS CUT INTO Family's NUTRITIONAL MEALS 

THE JOS IS EASIER THAN YOU ThI NK 

LLOYO. E. P. "JOCK" CmALNuT COVEI 

56.7 MILES MARK HIS 60TH 3IRT^0AY 

LLOYD. EDDIE IDECEASEUl 
OBITUARY 

LLHYO. FRANC'S CALOwELL (CHAPEL H IL L I 

FIRE CHIEF'S HIFE CHARGED "ITh a<SON 

CHAPEL HILL FIRE CHIEF'S WIFE CHARGED WITH ARSON 

CHIEF'S wlFE TU'NS IN SFlF 

FIRE CHIEF'S WIFE PLEADS INNOCENI 

ARSON CASE OISMISSEO AT hEaRImG 

ARSON Charges dropped against fue chief-s wife 

ARSON HEARING unnecessary 

LLHYO. GARY IS'OCK CAR RACING) 

LOW BUOr.ET RACING A LABOR OF LOVE AND FRUSTRATION 

LLOYO. INA MASSEY ICHAPEL HILLI IO?CEaSEDI 
OBITUARY 

LLOYO. LINDA POPE I H I LL S'^UROUGH ) 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: BORN TO fiOJNCc 

LLOrOi NEO IL0UIS3URG POLICE CHIEFI 
Lnul5=<uRG NAMES POLICE CHIEF 

LLOYO* «. RANKS IHILLSBORCUGh I 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

LLf^YD, «ALLaCE MfADE ICnAPEL HlLLl 
OBITUARY 

LOPOElL. JESSICA ANN (SYRACUSE N.Y.I 
CHILD FCUNO DEAD IN CREFK 

LOCkEMY. RIChaRO OONAlO IMEBANEI 

5 MURl^ER CHA«r,ES FILED IN BEATING 



DEATH UF MAN 



lockeit. arnold ( w ins ttn-s ale m state univ.l 
Chancellor to step down 

LOCkEY, DONALD 0. ILT. COL. I 
U.S. STRENGTH URGED 

LOCKHART. ANNIE CARTER I HI LLSaOKOUiHl 
OBITUARY 

LOCKHART. BtCKY AND 1AVE 

»f 00 NOT WANT TO SECEOE 

LOCKHART. TOMMY LONG 

LARCENY ChaPGE lodged 

LOCKLEAR. SENNA D. IRORESON Cd.l , , 

II FR'-M ROBFSON ClUNTY FACE C-IA FuNjS CHARutS 
U INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROPE 

LOCKMAN. CARROLL "WHITFY" (CHARlDT'EI 
MULLINS. »AKER NAMEO TO HALL 
MULLINS. BAKER JOIN SHRINE 
HALL TF FAmF ADDS FIvE TONIGHT 
NFW MEMPERS RECALL PATHS TO N. C . HALL 
NE« HALL OF FAMFRS TRADE STORIES 



LO"A 



, FRINK PR. 
PREMATURE BIRTHS TARGET OF CA-PAIGN 



.ASA, ORANGE' TOWNS 



LOFwENThAL, SONNA 

ANNEXATION PO'ES PRTBLEM FOR 
MANAGING GRTWTH TO BE TOPIC 

LOFLIN. ANN 

AVERY "AT USE INSANITY PLFA 

SMITH NCT JN nuKE FACULTY 

NOT A FACULTY MEmoER 

MENTAL ElAMS SOUGHT FOR AVERY 

AVERY'S LAWYERS WANT MURDER CHARGF Df<OPPtD 

PANEL HEARS COMPLAINT AGAINST DURHAM LAWYER 

HOW MUCH? 

AVERY TRIAL MAY BE COUNTY'S MIST COSTLY 



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H 2 9/27/93 C 



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INSANITY Claim may be used BY AVERY 
D"ur, FAILS TO hELP AvfRY 



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H 2 5/26/83 A 



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PAr.E 171 
1/17/94 



AVERY STILL CLAIMING AMNESIA 
MOIIGN TO yUASH AVci^Y CASE HEJIFiJ 
LHfLIN TO APPfAL OECISION 

wakc Da says nuf^MAM lawyer ph'juoiccd case 

LHfLIN TENIFS PRfcJUTICINO AMTtAK CASE 

Mfli. MUCH? 

FHS THE MENTALLY ILL PRISONEK: WHATEVER TREATMENT IS AVAILABLE 

LOFSTRCIH, IRENE 

ASTBUNAUT • Tft I VI AL I ?£n' 

LOFIIN, HALION M. ( H I LL SIOB OUtH LAIYfRI 

HlLLSnO''UUbM PUARn DISCUSSES =ORCIVINC FtrS 
HlLLSianailGH TOWN dnARD FACES SUIT OVER MEETINGS 
FORMER TOKN LAHYER DENIES ROL- IN AGREEMENTS 
XMEM A VOTE'S NOT A VOTE 

LOFTIN. EMMA SUE I H I LL S BORQUCH I 

SCmOLAKSmIP COMMITTEE STILL SIORT OF 45,000 GOAL 

LGFTIS. CnSIS 

VOLUNTEfR OEJICATfD TO CROP WALK 

CHRIS LOFTIS: Hfk ALBUM, NEW lOAU FOR CRUP TROUKAOOUli 

LOr.AN, MOwlsn (llOONEl 

MAN SfNTtNCEO IN PHARMACIST'S OEATH 

LOGAN, w. JAMES (Chapel HILL) 

NO Charges maOE in FUND'S MISJSE 
NO CHARCES TO BF FILEO 

LOGNFH, Ralph ANThONY (APEX! 
GRAND JURY INOICIS 5 MEN 

LOLLEY, RANJALL n^. I SOUThFASTFRN IAPTIST se-inabyi 
growth of £asTE»N Chu>!Ch ClTEn 

LJMAN, PAUL P. 

MAN ChARGFj with possessing STOLEN TnACTuRS 
IRaCTOKS O.N LOT BRING CHARGES 

LONDON, EDITH 

HOMEGROWN AJTISTS 'GO NATIONAL' 

LONG, A.N, (POXbORn) 

2-n-l AGAINST HOLIDAY 

LONG, ADOLPHUS PAUL I Hi LL SOOP OUGH 1 
OBITUARY 

LONG, ALBERT 

FOLKS ARQUNn HERE: WITH THE BIRO WATCHERS 
ONE PARFNT SPOILS CONCERT 

LONG, ALICF GALLOWAY 

STATE TROOPER CHARGED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

LONG, n. M. 

aCOS TJ THe JUDGE 

LONG, OANNY INORThFRN H.S. QUARTER' ACKI 

EAST ALL-STARS BANKING ON DIVIDENDS FROM LONG SHOT AT OB 

LONG, OONNA 

MINOR BEER SALES: JUDGE LABAR1E PROVES COURTS ARE SLACK 

LONG, DOUGLAS IHOTORCYCLE RACERI 

THEY WERE MARRIED DESPITE SLOW START 

LONG, POVIE PtARCE (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

LO'iG, GEORGE I Indianapolis clownsi 

■EMPHASIS IS ON FUN": THAT'S THE CLO./NS' MOTTO, .. 

LONG, HARVEY OR. I 1 5M I 

COMPUTER INTEGRATION IS A0VOC^TE0 

LONG, lULA STEWART (OECEASEDI 
031 TUARY 

LONG, J. ELMFR 

HOW TIMES DO Change long called out guard 

LONG. JAMES A. "JIM" 

NFw BUILDING WILL B? eiG VAULT FOR COMPUTER TAPES, VALUAULES 
'SAFE' BUILDING PLANNED 

LONG, JA"ES A. "JONIE" JR. 

NEW BUILDING WILL BE BIG VAULT FOR COMPUTER TAPES, VALUABLES 
•SAFE" BUILDING PLANNED 

LONG, JAMES M. (juDGEI 

JUDGE WON'T DISMISS CHAnGES AGAINST GREEN 

JIMMY GREEN TRIAL ON BRIBE COJNTS OPENING MONDAY 

7 JURORS SEATED FOR GREEN'S TU AL 

LONG, JIM (CANDIDATE FOR INSURANCE COMMISSIONER! 
LONr. SEEKS TOP INSURANCE POST 
LONG WILL SEEK INSURANCE POST 

LONG. JULE CARR (HiLLSnOROUGHI 
QPITUARY 

LONG, LAWRENCE (LOUISBUSGI 

TWO CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

LONG, LELA MAE THOMPSON 

GARDEN PQASTS AIALEAS 

LONG, LUNSFORO (RALEIGH LAWYERI 

LAWYER WITHDRAWS FROM AMWAY C» SE 

LONG, MAPY FRANCIS (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

LONG, MITCHELL S. (RALEIGhI 
MAN GETS PRI SON TERM 
18-YEAR-OLD GETS 3 YEARS IN UJ I CASE 

LUNG, NATHANIEL 

GUNSHOP WOUNDS "AN 

LONG, NELLIE SYKES (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

LONG, RUSSfLL n. (SENATOfll 



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H 2 10/23/83 D 


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H 2 10/15/83 6 
H 2 10/19/83 A 


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MONTHLY/AN 



5»1.»K» P4N£L A SaaO IDEA 



INjex ii f r^AMEb 1/17/ 9^ 

12/31/«i 

S 1 T 

N C ELY 

P DATE C PG L P nVL 

S 2 l/31/a3 A ". E 



LJNG. SYLVIA BOGTri (<;e'10aAI H 2 7/05/63 i I N 

WOMAN FOUND OEAO IN LAKE 

^^~^-S,7s?ld? ?^uiS^k-K7g^^^S'A^^ ..„ha, bank po.berv - ] \y,V/A\ t I S .~ "^' 

FBI CONTINUES P'QBE INTO OUPHA'l 3ANK HEIST 
LONG, TEBRY IcAST CAPOLINA^FOOTBALL I S 2 10/27/83 ° ■■ ■= 



12/29/33 B I N H60 



LONG'S LIFTING NOW A PASSION 
'^""•c::T.1'h ^S;..i'Y"i{S^S ^SCi-II«? -NCUSTRY hunter 

^^''^•pJ3^S^f5oi^A^r"p»"cilSH^"^I^^BUK'rN";iGUE INCHUKCH. THEY SAY H2 2/U/.3A 7 F,20 

^°~^-o?ik^}S»" ^a.'Efe2^r^iS^E^' " • '^'»'" ^ ' " 

^-^■?IJl;n5tT^.ECT PLANNED ,^^^,^^^ ,^ „,^^ W I A^U^^l t i '^ tJl 
CHAPLMTE FU" buys HALF INTEREST IN "ALL 

iiMr»CY = o. CAROLF "ABSH I^RITERl ,,, H 2 5/L''/l'3 E I " ^, 

ar:°obbf>LSr;ica::?^U?'l'ai^L^%^BLlSHINGCENTER7 S2 ./02/.3E . N 

^^"■sE.??VA;^A:LJr'siL^^'"■"■■'' '' '"'"'"■ ' '"' 

LO^EY. DONALD ,-.NSTON-SALEH, ^^^^ ^^,,^^ H 2 a/30/53 A ^ P ^, 

F- ;; :S^'55ic^rSC^H?^5L'?D FO, .ARIN.S KILLFO IN LEBANON "„ | ^/g^/J^ ? ^, S 

haL^NF'S noOY RFIURNEO HOME T1 w I N S TON- SALEM J , ,/03/fl3 C 12 P N 

r<A4?ifh^^;;??J^^8u^!NS^=^^l?IS5"^E.vicE ? I |/81^5^ J .1 ? K 

SLAIN MARINE -GnOO PATRIOT- 

-'-j:;ip?rh\t^ si;orii^.f3^i^v.sir^^^^- -- TODAY M IHsH i S"° 

y^ly^^^:y?g^Pl^vlc^^oL,BOAPD„ ^^ ^ ] ^y^ w r- 

BAKER LEiOSCANOIOAtES IN SCHlOL ■30ARD RACE 

LOTWIN. RICHARD OR. „ „ H 2 5/01/93 D 1 P F 630 
BUNION BUSINESS SPARKS DEBATE 

LOUGEE, SE?»^|,^^po„MTTEN MAMA; HOW COOLO HE7 "„ \ V,1VA\ A i ' L '^ 
A MOVING TIIIBUIF 

--^^OLPfiJuSNO here: L.FE.S LI.^ that " ^ — " ^ ' " " 

^-^•G^JlRiS^iirf^sWii^ilNG MOTHE, NATURE " ' '"'"' ' ' ' 

LOVE. ClEOPAS (OECFASEOI H 2 2/15/B3 B 9 

opituary 

'■°'^-A°?SiM;;"ATIO^"bF"sipER LENGTH ANO FLUlU SWING: UNC FRESHMAN DAVIS LOVE.. H 2 .^/0«/03 ^ ^ P F PCT 

hugBeS WINS OCI CROWN BY ONE SHOT H 2 lO/2<./83 B 5 N 
SnC^SLPVF TAKES COLLEGE GOLF EVENT 

LUVE. MACK LEE.15«I?"550»HL,.,. r.c. " ^ ''""" " " " 



7/15/(13 



MALK Ltt I UKCC"^ JDWr^U I , , ^r 

MAN ENTERS PLEA IN SLAYING CASE 
'•°"'m°a:oS*'AL-JST OieO- OVER THIS SURPRISE 
LOVE, VIOLA L. IDECEASEDl H 2 5/0'./83 A 13 



JBITUAK 

LJVETI. fLUABETH WALKER 
JBl ruARY 



2 1/30/83 C <. 
1/10/B3 



'"'lHI;^«iE2\FG?sEsviJi"fe.^?s.?Tr^A-"°.^"'^-'"- S? VAVA\'^ ^ s „ 

wVlJsSfS SAY oCicJs FACE BAR7 1F^S H2 8/H/S3 ^"2 

CORRECTION 
'■""'cn^LECES-OOTN.LL.S S0METHING-=U«-N0THING DAYS NOW OVER " ' '^°'"'" " ' 

^°"^'crf7U'H00i'lo^AS^"i0TFS 10 FHE lENUKED TFACHFK ? ^ [g/^ll^Si c' J S ^^5 

SCHOOL POARD FIRES TEACHER 

'■-"''•M^iiY'-HtLPfU -II" RACE H ] lyAVAl A 5 L 

35?E'S •LlTTrE 500. SUCCESS ur ■ •- 



(VISITING PROFESSOR IN SuUIH AFSICAI 5 j 12/2H/I13 



lOkf. GARY UR. (VISITING PROFESSOR IN SUU 1 h 
'■°*'^'0GShA- PROFESSOR TO VlSlt SOUIH AFRICA 



LOWE. JAMES A. "JIMMY" (OECEASEOI H 2 12/25/fl3 C 2 

^"-^•^^^SEAlfl-NlS^it^lG^'KiLLEU IN .LASI " ^ ^''"^" ' ' '' 

^""^-AStl^ljRi^Tt^rt^^'cARTHAGE MANULLFD.YD.PUT, H2 3/l./«3«. N 

^"''^•e°ArT^??n;P«ESSWAY A COSILY MISTAKE '' '"'"'' " " 

H 2 2/20/R3 H 3 P U 071 

'■'■^"'•lL^7owE-DUWN ON STATE'S TKIU-PH OVER UNC 5 | 2/2-./^ j J " °'9 

ISU'l'SllLE? KEFp'wOLFPACK ON TRACK H 2 S/jJ/B J " J 

HIGH SPOT FOR LOwE ^ S 2 3/l<./B3 u 
LOW? TOPS ALL-TOURNCY 



f6<tO- MUNTHLr/ArjNUAL fNDEX JY NAMES 

1/01/u) - 12/il/S3 

S I T 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

STATE'S SIDNEY LOWE HHOOPS IT UP ON BEING NAMED ACC MVP SUNDAY H ? 3/15/8J J P P 

ON TO ALBU3UE«i.iJ£ S 2 3/31/13 A 1 P P S76 

Lt.E UNSUNG nFRO S ? <./07/fl3 S 1 P U 018 

HBA DRAFT SPLITS N.C. STATE STARS H 2 6/2'5/e3 CI N D7 1 

LOkSNBACH, MANS HR. 

OBITUARY H ? 10/i9/B3 B <. 

LOWENSTEIN. ALLABQ K. 

•60S CIVIL RIGHTS LEAOER'S PAPERS ARE GIVEN TO UNC H ? <,/13/93 b IJ N 

LOWERY. JOSEPH E. DK. 

BLACKS PLAN TO CREATE N.C. GK^UP H 2 6/O2/03 A 1 '^ N 

BLACK REGISTRATION URGED S J 6/0J/a3 C 1 N L33 

LOHERV. MICHAEL BRANDON 

2-YE4R-0LD-10Y FOUND FROZEN H 2 10/22/B3 A s N 

MOTHER'S FRIEND CHARGED IN DEATH OF FR07EN CHlLO H 2 10/21/83 A «. N 

LQHHAN* "^ILES FRANKLIN 

GUNFIRE KILLS 2 BURKE MFN. PUTS ANOTHER IN HOSPITAL H 2 5/17/83 A ") N 

LUBERT, DENNIS 

LU3ERT GETS LOSS; IIBURCIO PUKS UP PACE H 2 5/01/B3 BURN C52 

LUBKER. ADAM WOOD ICHAPEL HILLI 

TFEN-AGER ARRESTED IN CASTLE 3REAK-1N H 3 l/2(>/83 B I N 

LUCAS, eimel castle IDECEASEDI 

OnlTUARY H 2 8/14/83 C 13 

LUCAS, GEORGE IFILMMAKERI 

LUCAS LAUNCHED NEW APPROACH S ? 6/02/03 D S P F =171 

LUCAS, hFN^Y LEE 

STATE OFFICIALS PROBt CONFESSfO wOMEN-KILLtR S 2 I0/l'./a3 C 7 N 

LUCAS, JFANNF 

ELECTIONS dOARD CERTAIN TART.Er FOR DEMOCkATS h 2 5/01/83 A I P N S5l 

DURHAM DEMOCRATS LOOK TO ELECTIONS, GOALS S 2 5/02/33 C 1 N S83 

DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN UPSETS ELECTIONS BOARD CHANCES H 2 5/15/B3 A 1 N 951 

LUCAS, JOHN H. S». lEDUCATORI 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: .( 1 T H THE SPORTS CROrtD H 2 l/2(>/83 B 1 n u 

GIVES A FLOWER S 2 5/23/83 C 2 P P T37 

STUDENTS USE CURRENT EVENTS IN PROGRAM S 2 11/12/83 A 6 N 

LUCAS, JOHN JR. (BASKETBALL PLAYERI 

LUCAS WAIVED PY WASHINGTON H 2 l/26/fl3 BAN 

CAVS SIGN LUCAS S 2 9/15/83 BIN 

CAVALIERS WAIVE LUCAS H 2 9/22/83 2 P N 

SPURS SIGN LUCAS S 2 12/35/83 D 8 N 

SAN ANTONIO SIGNS LUCAS H 2 12/06/83 B 3 N 

LUCAS, MARY ANN (CHAPEL HILLI 

A GRAND SIGHT H 2 12/28/83 A 5 L 

LUCAS, PFIFR u, 

THREE GET DUKE POSTS S 2 6/20/83 A 18 N 

LUCAS. ROBERT 

SANTA CLAUS CHEERS UP DOWNTOWN H 2 12/2<i/«3 I 1 P P T37 

LUCE, RAYMON" E. II 

KEEP JA2Z JN ThF air H 2 <./2?/83 A <. L 

'MAThEMATIC AMUSEMENT H 2 12/25/83 <• L 

LUCIFR, RUTH IBY'IUMI ,,„.,„, 

APPEAL TO IGNORANCE H 2 1/08/83 A 4 L 

LUCKFV, ROhEPT A. 

JA22 city: DURHAM KFEPS JAZ2 ILIVE IN BISTROS ANO CLASSROOMS H 2 2/04/83 D 1 P F W65 

INrEGPAIIDN HAS BECOME ONE-WAY STREET H 2 3/02/83 A 4 L 

LUCY, SAINT 

ST. LUCY NOT THE SWEDISH SANTA H 2 12/03/83 A 4 D E 

LUDwIG, RUDl 

EDITORIAL A WET BLANKET H 2 8/22/83 A 5 L 

COMPASSION NEFDFD H 2 9/12/83 A 4 L 

LUEBKE, PAUL 

MDNFY TOPS CUUNCIL CONCERNS S 2 6/07/83 E 1 N K90 

2 UNC PROFESSORS TESTIFY ON RACE FACTOR IN POLITICS H 2 7/27/83 A 1? N 

WITNESSES SAY BLACKS FACE BAR-^IEkS h 2 8/01/83 A 3 N 

VOTE OUT The civic CENTER CROWO H 2 8/10/83 a 4 L 

LUKACS, KRYNN DE ARMAN , , , 

UNC CHEMISTS INVENT FASTER TEST. ..TO IDENTIFY PRuTEINS AND OTHER... H 2 10/21/83 B 5 F 

LUNCFFORD, CLARA JACOBS (0ECE45EDI , ,„,,„, , „ „ 

OPITUARY H 2 10/07/83 C 9 

LUNCFFORD, LOUIS , , „,„^,., . 

VIDEO EQUIPMENT, CASH STOLEN S 2 9/06/83 C I N 

LUNOBLAO, ROCcR , „,,,,„, , 

SCIENTISTS ISOLATE HtMUPHILIA DEFECT H 2 8/11/83 b 1 N 

LUNOE, ANOFRS S. , ,,,,,„, . , - 

MASON FARM UNDE" SIEGE H 2 2/14/83 4 4 E 

CLOSE THE KFCORUS H 2 3/24/83 A 5 L 

'SANTA' WHITTLES WOOU INTO WHO TOYS H 2 12/25/83 t 1 P F M95 

LUNOY, RON 

HICKORY POLICE SAY MAN HELD WOMAN HOSTAGc H 2 11/11/83 C 5 N 

LUNSFORD, DAN DR. lORANG^ CO. ASST. SCHOOL SUPFR IN TENJENT 

SLACK, WHITE OFFICIALS GET OIFFFKENT CONTRACTS H 3 3/10/83 fl 1 N W36 

ORANGE SCHOOLS' VACANT SUPI. POST INTERESTS LUNSFORD H 3 4/11/83 1 N N36 

LUNSfORD OFFERED TOP SCHOOLS 'Oil H 3 4/21/83 U 1 N N36 

LUNSFORD OFFERED SCHOOLS JOB S 2 4/21/63 A 12 N 

BOARD, LUNSFJRD MEET ON ADMINISTRATION, PAY H 3 4/28/83 B I N Nlfi 

LUNSFORD TAKES 4-YEAK CONTRACT AS COUNTY SUPT. H 3 4/29/83 B 1 N N36 

COMMISSIDNEPS, SUPT. DISCUSS :aPITAL FUNOS H 1 6/07/83 B 1 N W36 

SFWAGF SOLUTIONS ARE BESET BY TIMF H 3 9/02/83 B 1 " "90 

EFLANO-CHEEKS to open AUG. 31 HI 8/12/83 i: 1 N B46 

SCHOOL SECURITY UN AGENDA H 3 11/19/83 CI •< „„ 

LUNSFORD, OR. MAYER LIST SPENUNG PRIDKITICS H 3 12/07/83 3 1 N H9n 

LUNSFORD, DAVID IGPANVlLLt CO. JAILERI , 

GRANVILLE JAILER WHO WAS BEATEN RESIGNS H 1 2/24/83 d 1 N 

LUNSFORD, FRIC 14-H CLUBI ,.,, ,,, ^ ,„ „ ,. ,,„ 

4-H MEMBERS ENJOY COMPETITION H 2 U/06/83 6 10 P U G78 

LUNSFORD, ESSIE PERRY (DECEASEOI 



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L4PAR(e PRUVtS CuUkTS ARc jLAC^ 



LUNSFORO. JANE (RJIIoFMnNTI 

HINDK 3EER SALE? : JUDGE 

LU'lSfOOU. JOAN 

THtT »15S oLll FOr'IAT 
NaIHlN(; TO L I STTN Tl 

LUNSFjaiJ. JOAN FOjSHCe 

OON'T •BAOMnuTH' OUKt 

LUNSFORD. RUTH (LJNG d'=AChl 
OBITUARY 

LUDUlSe, ElJGFNC A. 
QRI TUARY 

LUTES. jflnIS IM.<ANIS CLuni 
PANCAKE SALE A SUCCESS 
4NNUAL KIWAMS PANCAKE SALE HUGE SUCCESS 

LUTHER. "ARTIN (PROTESTANT RE FTR" AT 1 ON I 
TALK WILL MAilK LUThFR'S BIKTH 
STEINMETZ PLANS TALKS ON LUTH-R 
EVENTS AT OUKF TO MARK BIRTH IF rtFFOKMER 

■MARTIN LUTHER'S BIRTHDAY TOOAY ,,,„i 

UN -ARTIN LUTHfB'S SOOTH BIRTHDAY: TriF MUSICAL DURHAM CONNECTION 

LuIhER, NEAL 

NEiL LuThER to Bt JN TV 

LUTi. DONNA ". IMISS aULL CITYI 

MISS Bull city 

LUTZ. ELWABFTm 

PROGRAMS AVAILABLE FOR niABTTIC PATIENTS 
hospital to use new SYSTE'< FQI TEAF 
MCPHERSON GFTTING OFVICES TO HELP DEAF 

LUXTQN. FRED IOURhaM CO, TOBACCO FSRMER) 
RENT HIKE FORCES TOBACCO CUTBACKS 

Lumnh. ji** (harkers islandi 

LUXTGN'S HELPING NOVICE FISHElMFN dECOME OLD SALTS 

LUZON. bOa (DURHAM auLLSI 

BULLS UTILIZE BENCH'S BIG BATS 

LUZON LONE LIGHT IN BULLS' DECLINE 

LUZON HOPING BAT MILL MATCH GLOVE 

LYLE. TERESA IDUKc MEUICAL CENTER 'luRSEI 
OUHE NURSE'S FFFOBT HINS PRIZ" 
OukE nurse WINS AWARD 

LYLES. OEOOGE W. JR. IHIGH POINT) 

CAR DEALER ENJOYED BEING 'WHENEVER THE ACTION WAS' 

LYLES. MICHAEL ROY DR. 

LYLES RECEIVES AWARD 

LYNCH. kFNMETh 

WHAT DO VENTURE CAPITALISTS REALLY WANT WITH YUUR FIRM? 

LYNCH. LORENZO REV. 

NCCU OK'S 2 CANDIDATES FOR PR-SIUENT 

LYNCH. MARK 

TA< CTLLECTIuN HIKES SLOW DOWM IN N.C. 

N.C. TAX COLLECTIONS CONTINUE IN SLUMP 

JUMP IN JANUARY TAX COLLECTIOMS nRIGHTENS STATE REVENUE PICTURE 

N.C. REVENUES RISE 15.(>5t LAST MONTH 

STATE REVENUES »ISE IN JANUARY BY 15.65 PERCENT 

LYNCH CALLS '13 N.C. TAX COLlECTtONS ENCOURAGING 

N.C. REVENUE TOPS HUNT'S ESTIMATE 

N.C. REVENUE RISES 1.'. PCT. OJRING MAY 

LYNCH. VIVIAN L. IRALtlGHI 

MOTHER GIVEN SIX-MONTH TERM FTR SLAPPING TEACHER 

LYNN. JUANITA IDURHAM COUNTY GENE' AL HOSPITAL) 
NEW DEVICES HELP DEAF HOSPITAL PATIENTS 

LYON. ARTHUR CHESTER (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

LYON. DAPHNE 0. 

PROJECT SEEKS CUTS IN HEALTH 



LYON. ELIZABETH 

DUKE STUDENT 



ARE COSTS 
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'■'' "'second DEi=ENOANT CONVICTED IN 'DIPLOMA MILL' INVESTIGATION 

LYON. -IKE 

MAN OF YEAR 

LYON. OMPION ALVA (DECEASED) 
OP I TUARY 

LYON. W. H. (DURHAM IKS OFFICE) ,„,,, 

TIPS OFFERED FOB DEDUCTING VAtATION COSTS 

LYONS. ALPHONZA JUNIOR , „ . 

DURHAM LAW OFFICERS BEGIN ROUSDUP IN BIG DRUG UUST 
20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SWEEP 

LYONS. ANNIE BURTON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

LYONS. HUBFRT WILSON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

LYONS. JOHN HENRY (URIDGBPORT. CONM.I 

MAN FACES RTbBERY. KIDNAPPING CHARGES 



LYONS. LILLY 

MOTHER GIVEN SIX-M.ONTH TERM F)R 

(OECEASEOl 



.LAPPING TEACHER 



LYONS. MARY E. 
UBI TUARY 
OPI TUARY 

LYONS. MICHAEL r. (EDGEMUNT COMMUNITY CENTER) 



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LYONS. SriNOR* 

couPLf ST«sr theio own history in government class 

"ABEBY. HAPRIEtr 0. IDECEASEOI 
OeiTUARY 

"ACCLOSKET, JACK rtANOALL IMONTGOME'Y CO.l 
MAN SENTENCED FOR DEATH PLOT 

■lACDONALDi JfFFiiEY R. OR. 

SUPREi^E COUMT LETS STAND MACJTNALD'S CONVICTION 

rilCH COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTION 

MACDONALD V0H5 TO CONTINUE COJRT FIGHT 

MACDONALO CASF FIGURE FOUND D' AO 

WOMAN'S DEATH 'TERRIFYING' TO MACDONALD 

GOVERNMENT STACKING DECK A&AI-IST JEFFREY "ACDONALD 

MACCQNALD'S LAWYERS PONDER WO-^ AN ' S DEATH 

CONVICTED MURDERER GETS READY FOR FIGHT 

EXAMINERS GOING 'The EXTRA MILE' IN WOMAN'S DEATH 

MACDONALD FIGURE'S DEATH WAS -JATURAL 

MACDONALD MAY LOSE HIS LICENSE 

MFN DENY INVOLVEMENT IN MACDOMALD CASE 

STALL DENIES MACDONALD'S RIGHTS 

MACDONALD TO FIGHT LOSS OF ME1ICAL LICENSE 

NEW EVIDENCE HELD BACKING MACTONALD 

NEW MACDONALD CASE WITNESS SAID FOUND 

MACDONALD SAYS BOOK MAY HURT APPEALS 

BOOK SAYS DIET PILLS MAY HAVE LED TO SLAYINGS 

MACDONALD LOSES MEDICAL LICENSE 

MACDONALD LOSES CALIFORNIA METICAL LICENSE 

MACDONALD CALLS BOOK ABSURD 

OR. JFFFREY MACnONALD STORY IS 'STUNNINGLY SUSPE.NSEFuL' 

•DESPITE ThF agony I'M GLAD I JIO IT' 

MCOONALC SURRENDERS LICENSE 

MACDONALD'S FATHER-IN-LAW WANTS LAW BARRING PROFITS 

MCDONALD'S BROTHER: LETTER Mc^NT AS HELP 

MACE. BURDEN 

COME ON, HULlYWOOD 

DURHAM IS TOP BANANA FOR FILM 

MACF NAMED PRINCIPAL OF MATH, SCIENCE SChOJL 

MACE APPOINTED PRINCIPAL AT SCIENCE. HATH SCHOOL 

DURHAM SCie-ICf SCHOOL CITED AS MODEL FOR U.S. 

SCHOOL TO GET ATHLETIC FIELD 

SCIENCE SCHOOL TO GET AThLETI: FIELD 

■TO AIM FOR THE STARS:' PRINCIPAL WANTS COURSE TO S T I MUL ATE . . .UFA UT Y 

ENCOURAGING TRUTH AND BEAUTY 

VALUES COURSE A FINE IDEA 

MACERO, TEC IMUilCIANI 

MINCUS GETS A RECORD TRIBUTE 

MACFAHLANE. MARK 0. 

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE 

DUKE'S NEW SCHOLARSHIPS READY IN FALL 

MACHEMER. RjBERT DR. 

". PROFESSORS AT DUKE GET PRIZ=D CHAIRS 
FOUR OUKE P10FESS0RS GET HUNO' S 

MACmEN. J. BERNARD OR. 

DENTAL PROF PROMOTED AT UNC-CH 

MAChEN named TO POST AT UNC OFNTAL SCHOOL 

MACK. Curtis wendell isgt.i 

IFRM FOR nul. MANSLAUGHTER IS PROTESTED 

MACK. JANICE 

LFaRMNG to listen: IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR AT DUKE PROGRAM... 

MACK. KAREN L. 

POLICE SHOULD BE MORE RESPONSIVE 

MACK. MELVIN IWILMIN&TONI 

5 TAR HF6LS PICKED FOR SERVICE AWARDS 

MACK. VALOR ( ^-M 1 

DURHAM VOLUNTEERS TO GET •,-H lUNUR 

MACKEY. JULIAN C. 
DPI TUARV 
OBI TuARY 

MACKMULL, JACK VINCENT ILT. GEN. I 

OUR MAN AT FORT BRAGG PICKED '.RFNAOA TROOPS 

MACkOVIC. JOHN 

MACKOVIC SAID ON CHIEFS' LIST FOR NFw COACH 

MACKOVIC TAKES JOB OF REBUILDING CHIEFS 

COACHING PUSISCRIPTS: MACKOVI!, VALVANO. THOMPSON 



DR. (OECEASeDl 
ICHAPEL HILL I 



maCLAURIN. ELEANOrl B 
QPI TUARY 

MACLFAN. MARY 
OJITUARY 

"ACLFOn. DONALD SEV. DR. (RETIRED 'RINCETON PROFESSOR] 
RETIRED PROF WILL PREACH It. |CHAP£L 

ALCOHOL CRUSADE 

MACNICHOLS. CHANT L. 

LIGHT SENTtNCFS OUTRAGE TO FRIENJS OF OLU MAN 

MACPHEF. ROSS 0. t. 

ANCIENT GRAPPLER OF MADAGASCAR 

MACPHERSON. ANNIE "NAN" 
OBI TUARY 

MACQIIEEN. J. M. (EFLANOI 
SALLY RIDE SLIGHTED 

MADDEN. DAVIC lUUKE PKOFrSSURl 

ELDER'S MFMOWY OK. IT JUST WUtKS SLOwFR 

MADDOX. BILLY D. tFLA.l 

3 ARRFSItD IN DRUG PROBf 

MAOOOX. MGNI DAVIO I H I LLSbOROUGH I 
OIITUARY 

MADDOX. PAMLLA SMITH 



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NAOOftY. TmO.HAS t. SR- , , 

ZONING CHANGE ADDS TO TRAFFIC PROSlEmS 

''AOUV, JAMF^ A. 

SH0UL1 NOT WASTE PLAf«flcRS' EF=J«IS 

XACE. TaVID T. ICHAP'^L MILLI 
HIRE SaISS GUARDS 

-lAGlNI. lElTlA "TISH- , . 

ARKAICNfENI SFT on Tax, DRUG .H»i<GES 

""^^'""pRuOuCt'ivITt: CriNSULIANT: -CAlEElIS-- IS ROOT OF MANAGERIAL INEFFICIENCY M 2 ld/3n/H3 u U o F CI 

•<AGRU0F«, JEP SruABI , =/,./83 A <. E 

AN Oaf^INARY aURGLAR " ' •>/C''f«i Ait 

"amON. Thu»*a'' ANTmONY (HICKORY) 1-,/nfc/rtT r ii M 

3 I'lOICTEO F30 STOLEN TREASURY CHECKS 5 7 10/06/03 C 11 N 

HAHY, GuSDON IPAINTERI _ , j/ii/n^ n fl a r>,fl 

EAST[PN TOUCH SHOWS IN GORDON MAHY wjRK h 2 2/11/93 OS R GaS 

N ^t^b 

HAJETTEi LAFAYETTt INOHTmahPTQN CO. TEACHEBP =/-,a/a> a i. -i 

TEACHER GETS SUSPENDED FOR 1)E= K SALeS TO MINORS " ? 5/D9/fl3 A 4 •! 

■"■"^"iEDl'ciRE RULE CHANGES LOOM '^ ? 3/11/" ^ I -< M2 3 

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""■'■"flSlIUAR?'' SCOGGINS .OECEASEJl „ j U/10/33 A lA 

MALLOY. DaPhNc c 7 7/lS/fll A 3 P F T32 

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maLLCV, TAMISHA MABIF IDECEASEOI , S/PT/aS CIO 

OP. ITUARY " ' 1/i'iai L -. u 

"*'-°"^:-YER'c»Tr'lCllF"s TREAI-ENT OF HLACK HoSPlIAL WORKERS " ' 6/37/93 b 1 N 

iti^; i::?t^;iii ?s^^T?i^fi?5j;^ hospital officials s.y i ^j ^J ;; - 

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HCSpfTAL^IallS AsiEo'TO »SSUR= NO DISCRIMINATION H 2 =./20/.13 A3 N =181 

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PROBATIONARY PROGRAM SHOULD b= STATE MODEL " ? 9/16/83 A 4 P E 

"ALONE. MOLLIE IMRS. GEORGE LOuGEE. . J-< . 1 „ ^, „ , 5/35/93 C I P U L57 

HF HAS NEVER FORGOTTEN mama; how COULD Ht? " f 5/11/fll si L 

A MOVING TJIaUTE " ' 5/13/B3 L 

-ALONE.^-uSES^^ GET PRO ENDORSEMENT " 2 "'<»■/" A S N 

MALQNE, VE = NON fl.C. STATE SCHOOL = OR ThE BLINDI /l/n3/83 A 9 N 

WITNESS BACKS CURRENT SYSTEM 3F ELECTIONS " ^ 3/03/83 

MALTBIF. ALLAN DR. (DUKE PSYCHIATRY PROFESSORl 10/21/13 CI N J56 

PAIN, EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS FREQJENTLY LINKED 5 2 10/21/13 LI 

""""drI^Jan'-maNChIsTER, former KAN OF TRINITY COLLEGE. DIES H 2 a/Dl/=3 A 1 

MANCHESTER SERVICES ARE WEDNESDAY ^ ^ 9/01/83 L I J 

MANCINI, MICHAEL <■ , 5/27/B3 C 1 N 

PRISONER ESCAPES ^ ■ 5/2'/=3 l 

■""^"IJIoSi^^e's wrong " ^ ^'"'»' ' ^ ^ 

"'-"^BiThSJ; "• " ' ''"-"^ ^ "• ° 

MANET. EOOUARD (ARTIST) „ , 11/7S/83 D 9 P U G68 

EXHIBIT SHOWS MANET PATHFINDER " ^ 11/25/83 U 

MANCUM. RfiUCE „, .^^„ H 7 1/19/B3 ^ 1 P N B8 I 

REVALUATION SPEC IF IC AT IONS R EV 1 S|0 " | .iCi;^?! J H jli 

CruNTY CETS TOUGH ON TAX DELMQUENTS „ 5 2 ll/25/"3 A 1 H jpo 

TAX MAN FINDS UNLISTED PROPERTY WORTH J33 MILLION H 2 12/21/93 CI N 881 

"""■"^^mS'-SnGUM PROMISES A SHOESHI.NE KITH A SONG " 3 12/26/83 S 1 P C L30 

MANCllM. ESTELLE SMITH IDECEASEOI „ , 5/10/83 B 7 

0?ITUARY " ^ 3/iu/oj 

MANGUM. EULICE N. lORA-lGEl „ j l/0'./93 8 5 

U|j;u;«; _ H 2 1/05/93 A <, 

MANGUM. FLORA DEAN IDECEASEOI „ , 4/21/93 A 9 D 

OBITUARY " ' '^II.\I11 

MANGUM. FLDwLUNE RAGLANO I0EC6ASF0I , q/Qj/a^ r 10 

OBITUARY " ' -(/Ui/oJ 

MANCUM. GENE 11506 ENGLtwOOO AVE. I , H/3Q/B1 A 10 N 

STUDENT CHARGED »ITH ROBBING 2 " | l^lg^af M" n 

c".'Msro^^E°»s'JROGS?S\»?ADS T3 Cha-GES " I '/'Va' ^ 1 N AS. 

-*'''"SJF;CFJ-|i3;iS?D'\«?U^';0 HALT FLEEING DRIVER ^| V,%\',\\ \\\ N^'" 

OFFICFR INJURED ^ ' 3/D5/P) A IJ 

MANGUM. JOHN^Y 1 F,4 ANKL I NTON I 



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■<»N(iU'<i Kl" (.ACHOVI* RANK £. IRuSri 

This ChBISTIAS is a 6USY OiME for CJiIPLE m 2 12/ll/«3 t J P f ■^'>'l 

"ANGUM, LUNA FtKRELL (DtCEASEOI 

OBITUARr H 2 "J/lS/nS IJ ? 

MANC'JH, MICHAEL j. (EUENl 

iilLOR SENTENCED FUR AKSON H ! l/05/n3 b « N 

HANGUP, HlNr4lE r, (OXFORni 

J8iru»Ry H ? 1/J7/83 C <. 

■^ANOU-i. RAY WINSTON "DViK" inECtAStJl 

JBITUARY H ? 11/18/83 A 1? CI 

MANOUM, RONALD TERRY 

MONAPPING CHARr.e LODGEH H 2 2/21/Bi A 4 N 

ouRHAM XAN Faces charge qf kiinapping s 2 2/2'i/ni a la n 

MAN facing new charge H 2 3/05/R3 A 12 N 

MANGU" CHAKGEO S 2 3/05/83 A 1 i. N 

"ANGUH, ThE[)"RA F. IDtCEASEO) 

OPITUARY H 2 0/15/83 B 9 

HANGUP, THFL^'A iARAH CARRULL (BAHAMA! 

O'lIUARY H 2 ll/2<./e) C 17 

M4NGUM. WILLIAM WALLACE 

OBITUARY H 2 1/11/H3 C 17 

H 2 12/23/83 A 10 N 

MANLEY. ROGER I PHQTQCRAPHY ) 

FOLKLnRE FASCINATES VISITING ARTIST H ? 10/07/83 1 P F W66 

PHOTO EXnIdll "PART FAMILY AUIUM" H ? 11/16/83 A 13 N 

MAMN. AL JR. 

DcMPSFY A GREAT CHAMPION S 2 6/07/83 A <. L 

MANN. HARtJARA WAKE CO. NUTRITIONIST) 

NUTRITIONIST: VEGETARIANISM 'MOT JUST A FAO' H 2 8/07/83 C ■) F 930 

MANN. CARROLL III IRAlEIGhI ' 

OIXIE CLASSIC GAINS FAST FOLLTwImG H 2 3/06/83 fill U W60 

«ANN. CHARLIE JOHriSON IMEBANEl 

5 MURDER Charges FILEO IN BEATING DEATH OF MAN H 2 12/06/93 A 3 N 

MANN, OrakF (DUrjNJ 

EOMISTEN PLAYS POLITICS H 2 3/15/n3 A <, L 

MANN. I SIBELLE RAY 

JUDGE RULES IN FAVOR OF WRIGHTS' ESTATES S 2 2/04/83 C 3 N 

WRIGHTS' ESTATES WIN IN FIRE SUIT H 2 2/04/83 A 1 N B51 

MANN. JENNIFFR w. ICHAPEL HILLl 

COUPLE START MARRIAGE IN THE SAME PLACE AS FIRST MEFTING H 2 7/10/93 E 2 P F Uti 

MANN. JETHRO lEcLMONT, N.C.I 

HIS FLEET OF BIKES TO LEND BRINGS YOUNGSTERS FLOCKING H 2 6/26/83 A 11 P F 

MANN. MILDRE3 STREFT lOECEASFOI 

ueiTUARY H 2 10/21/83 C 7 

MANN. RUPERT "JACK" ICHAPEL HILLl 

OBITUARY H 2 1/12/83 A 9 

MANN. RONALD B. I 1 1 <. JAKWOOO CtRCL?! 

MAN CHARGED IN 7-11 ROB'>eRY H 2 12/11/93 C 1 4 N 

MANN. TED 1 GLENN E . 1 

AT RANDOM S 2 6/01/93 D 

MANN. THURSTON J. IN.C. STATE UNIV. I 

TOBACCO PROTEIN MAY HELP PEOPLE WITH KIDNEY FAILURE S 2 3/19/93 A 

MANN. WILL IRQXoOKni 

MANN NEW PRO AT ROXBORO CC H 2 2/06/93 fl 

MANNING. ALLEN lUNC-CH HOUSING CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEEI 

UNC SUSPENDS VICE CHANCELLOR S 2 1/31/93 A 

U'.C VICE CHANCELLOR SUSPENDED FOR MONTH H 2 2/01/93 A 

MANNING. DANNY IBASKFTRALL PLAYERI 

PAGE JUNIOR DRAWS RAVES H 2 3/06/93 B 6 N 

MANNING FAMILY "OVES; DAD TAK?S KANSAS JOB H 2 8/27/83 D <i N 

THE TANGLED wEB OF DANNY MANNING H 2 8/28/83 C 1 P N 071 

HELP WANTED: NO DEGREE NEEDED. JUST TALENTED SON - H 2 9/15/83 1 U 071 

MANNING PICKS KANSAS S 2 9/20/93 B 2 N F25 

MANNING CASTS HIS LOT WITH KA^lSAS JAYHAWKS H 2 9/21/93 C 3 P N 

holt; an old WCM HAND H 2 9/22/83 1 U 071 

MANNING ANNOUNCES DECISION S 2 9/23/83 D 4 N 

THE SOAP OPERA DIGEST H 2 10/07/93 C 1 U 071 

MANNING, En IGRE=NSBOROI 

BROWN TO OFFER MANNING POST? S 2 8/25/»3 B 1 N F25 

KANSAS HIRES MANNING S 2 8/26/93 D I N F25 

MANNING FAMILY MOVES; DAD TAK^S KANSAS JOB H 2 8/27/93 DAN 

THE TANGLED wFB OF DANNY MANNING H 2 9/28/83 C I P N 071 

HELP WANTED: NO DEGREE NEEDED. JUST TALENTED SON H 2 9/15/83 D 1 U D71 

MANNING. J. W, (FORMER DURHAM MAYOR I 

TWO MAYORS S 2 12/06/93 C 1 P P r37 

MANNING. RICKY 12627 FERRELL ROADl 

MAN IS BEATEN. ROBBED S 2 2/09/83 C 1 N 

MANNING. SUZANNE wHiTE 

•birthday' twists sense of time h 2 5/27/93 oil r l3<, 

manuel. 5haftep jr. loudleyi 

hunt wants 5t pay hike 5 2 5/19/93 a 1 n 

mapavich. pete 

pistol press still chewing towels. cherishing his basketball past h 2 3/0<./83 c 1 p u m71 

maravich. press 

pistol press still chewing tojels. cherishing his basketball past h 2 3/04/83 c 1 p u h71 

maRBLEY, ALFRED 

2ND MAN CHARGfD WITH 2 OUI S S 1 3/30/93 B 1 N 

CHAPEL MILL POLICE SEEING DU 1 OOuBLF H 2 3/31/93 A 1 N 

MAPB'IRY. CAHL H, OR, 



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NCCU ^K'S 2 CaN'HOAies fOR Pk'SIOEiT 

NCcij BQARO ippRivfs i Chancellor finalists 

FRIDAY 10 PICK NCCU CnANCecLO" WITH CARE 

XARCHf LOUIS T. ( WA SH INOTQfJ I O.C.) 

5 TAR HEELS SAIO AMONG CAPITAL'S XQST ELIGIBLE 

HARCIN. DENNY 

MARCIN OulETLV PURSUES REVENG- 

PArtN 'ROKER closing down AFTEi 57 YEARS 
AN OOF TO A FRIEND 

IAF lAKAMS. JOHNNY (CHAPEL HILLl 

LAhYECS ilOULO HEAP THE PROFITS 

MAK IN, JACK 

MARIN: RACE ENCOURAGING , ,, 

MARIN PUTTING TOGETHER GOLF TIURNA'IENTS 
MARIN SEEKS PRO GOLFERS 

MARIN. MAGUY IChOREOGRAPHER I 
MARIN MUSfS OH •■MAY B' 

"ABION. GEORGE ISENaTJRI 

LEGISLATOR SPENDS TIME AtiAY F? OM HOME 
S'N. MARION WON'T CONTEST DEFAULT 
MARION, BANK REPORT DEBT TO BE SETTLED 

■""""dEPUTIEs'in'oRANGE arrest STATE ESCAPEE 

escapee arrested in orange cojnty 
markham, Charles ,^„ , 

CITY cool TO DEVELOPER'S TERMS ,, , , , 

SaRKHAM URGES ENFORCEMENT OF ^'ROPOSEO FAIR HOUSING LAW 

MAYOR SUGGESTS FAIR HOUSING PANEL 

FAIR-HOUSING PLAN DESERVES A :hANCE 

OFFICIALS TOLD TO PREPARE HOUSING LA.J 

POWELL TO MEET CENTER DEVELOP-RS NEKT nEeK 

CENTER OEvELbPERS WON'T IMPOSE LAND DEADLINE 

cSAR°!Fs'-iA!K^S; ?uTt!ng"pa^Er'00LLS FROM UK^AN REDEVELOPMENT , CARTOON, 

PSO CANCER-COLLARS STIR CONCE'N 

AIDING CHARITY OK, BUT NOT ON CITY TIME 

DURHAM HONORED AT WHITE HOUSE 

MARKHAM URGES CONTINUED PROGRESS IN CITY 

folks' AROUND HERE: WITH THE P^ILITICAL SET 

•ALL-AMERICA CITY' TOPS AGENDA 

2 NAMED TO SELECTION PANELS , , , 

ana davenport is named to council vacant seat 

MAYOR IN HOSPITAL . ^^, , ^ ^,... 

MARKHAM HAS OPERATION, SAYS HF: 'I'M FEELING FINE' 

MARKHAM PROGRESSING 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

MAYOR WELCOMES FRENCH DANCERS TO CITY, FESTIVAL 

MARKHAM WELCOMES FRENCH DANCERS „„„-.- 

MAYOR URGES END TO SECRECY ON CIVIC CENTER DEVELOPMENT „ ^ ^ ., ^ 

FLAWS, troubles; MARKHAM WANTS CIVIC CENTER SESSIONS BROUGHT OUT ... 

CIVIC CENTER SPEECH HAS GOOD POINTS, FLAWS , „ , , 

MAKE NO MISTAKE: THE DURHAM CIVIC CENTER WILL BE BUILT 

MARKHAM TO HUN AGAIN 

MAYOR TO Run aga in 

HEALTH CENTER'S NFw hOMF CALLED SYMBOL OF UNIFIED CITY 

NFw CENTER DEVELOPERS EYED 

PRIDE 

SPAULDING SETS UP hEADOUARTER' 

MARKHAM, SPAULDING FRE FOR MAYORAL RACF 

WEST TO SEEK RE-ELECTION TO COUNCIL 

COUNCIL RACES MAY PRODUCE NEW FACES 

ONE GOOD TeSm deserves ANOTHE); RE-ELECT CHARLES MARKHAM MAYOR 

MARKHAM PROMISES TIMt FOR SP£<KERS AT HEARING 

MARKHAM: ENDING FRICTIONS KEY TO PROGRESS 

MAYORAL CANOIDaTES SPAR 

7 CANDIDATES ENDORSED 

GROUP BACKS HOPEFULS IN MUNICIPAL ELtCTIUN .,„-., 

LABOR ORGANIZATION SUPPORTS MARKHAM AND SIX NEwCJMERS 

MARKHAM RESIGNS JOH AT NCCU 

MAYOR QUITS NCCU POST AS PROT=ST 

ONE GROUP STICKS BY MAYOR 

WALKER ' UUMOFOU^iDED' BY markhaM'S CHARGES 

MARKbAM'S words surprise SPAU-OInG 

CHARLES The unifier ICAoTOON'i 

LABOR UNION STANDS BY MAYOR MAHKHAM 

rA;firi:;5R;rrS^SLIS = "Ti?5E ,S no place in UURHAM fur RACIST... 

MAYOR OVERRFACTFO TO JACkSUN -PCECH 

JACKS'^N'S APPEARANCE WAS NOT RACIST ACT 

MAYOR'S IDEA IS A GOUO ONE 

'SUPERIOR RACE' IDEOLOGY CDNFJSFS PEUPLF 

RE-ELfCT Charles matkham mayO' 

CANDIDATES DIFFER ON UTILITY ISSUF 

BAkCS AIMEu IN CANOIOAIES' FOIUM 

MARKHAM DEFENDS CENTER; SPAULUNG SEEKS CITY "'J '".,,> ,„r . 

MAYOR SAYS SUBDIVISION WILL FILL GAP IN 'OUALITY HOUSING' 

1, GROUPS NEUTRAL IN MAYORAL RVCF 

MAYOR DEMANDS AN APOLOGY FROM VOTERS' ALLIANCE 

MAYOR WANTS APOLOGY 

lA SEi'KING POSTS IN DURHAM RA'ES „ . „. 

RE-FLtCT MAYOR MARKHAM TUESDAY, NOV. 8 (AOl 

Rf-ELFCT Charles markham MAYOi 

MARKHAM RE-ElECTEC MAYO" 

c'2:JrErM:RJrS"ipOstl'NGNHE''F?NtsH'LINE WITH SHOE IN MOUTH , CARTOON, 

ELECTION GIVES lURHAM MORE LHEBAL CITY COUNCIL 



DATE 

2/0>)/83 
2/1 1/B3 
2/1 1/B3 
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MARKHAM WINS ?N0 TeRM 

ONLY MARKHAM SURVIVES TURNUVE! 

MAYOR'S CHARGES UNJUST 

HATS OFF TO YOUNG PFOPlf 

'WHITE TAKt:VER' AT NCCU IS UIUFr WAY 

SPAULDING OUTSPENDS MARKHAM U BIO TO dE DURHAM 

MAYORAL CONTEST TOPPED SPENDING 

COMMITTEES Due MONDAY 

COUNCIL TRIMS MAYOR'S POwFRS 

TWO MAYORS 

PANFL VOTE TALLIES IIHGEO: COMMITTEt 

SPAULDING AfJALYZES FLECTION OJTCOME 

COUNCIL MUST LE'RN TO LIVE WITH CHANGE 

LFAOERSHIP NOT MERELY A MATTE? OF RHETORIC 

MINIMIZING EFFECTS OF WATER PLANS SOUGHT 

MARKHAM, FFLIX 0. MRS. 

DURHAM SUPPORTIVE OF N .C . SYMPHONY 



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RECORDING ?»aOR?SS 

-AfiRMAH, JACK JR. 

WHITE SLATE ROUSES IkE OF oLACKS 

MAHKHAH, MVRA (HISTORIC PRES'^RVATPN SOCIETY) 
PRESERVATION SOCIETY SEFKS »^Q' E MFMflERS 

HAOKHAM, RICHARJ FfNNcR (OECFASEDI 
OBITUARY 

"ARRHAH, MILLIAM CnRNELl. 
Onl TUARY 

«^ARKDFF, EniTH 

CHANGE POLICY ON TITLES 

HARKS, Charles l. (Chapel hilli 

OelTUARY 

MARKUSONf KARL 

COUNTY SHOULD PAY BILL 

HARLFY, nOUGLAS (COLUMBUS CO. I 

LIGHTNING STRIKES DObN COLUMBJS COUNTY MAN 

MARMIE, LARRY 

MARMIC, BFLL TOP DUKE'S DEFFNWVE LIST 
MARMIf LEAVES UNC FOR JOB AT TENNESSEE 

MARON, JOSEPH J. 

NANCY HAY PAINTING TAKES A NtJ TURN 

HARR. KRISTA (SJIH INSTRUCTOR! 
MASTERS IN SPIRIT 

HARSCHARK, MARC Ok, (uNC-GI 

OEAF CHILDREN CREATE STORIES IN SIGN LANGUAGE 

HARSH, BARBARA RICHIF 

LIBERAL FAIRY TALES FRUM HOTHrR GOQSt 

HARSH, COLONEL JOHN (CARRBOROI 
OPITUARY 

MARSH, DANNY LEE (CkEENSBOROI 

DURHAM TEFN-ACER dies IN AuTQ hRECK 

MAPSH, HFNRY M. II 

ULTRASOUND TESTS ARF NOTHING ^ til 

TO APPEAL OR NOT, THAT IS THE OUESTION 

HARSH, HENRY rtYSON 

ORCHIDS ANO Thistles in all-aierica city 

MAPSH, KFN 

BOARD VOIES J-1 FOR ANIMAL LAV 

MAPSH, MARTHA M. 

The FUK FLIfS; WILD ANIMAL CU'IIROL fFFORIS flRlNG GROWLS FROM OUNERS 

MARSH, PAGF (GOLFERJ 

MS. MARSH CAPTURES TITLE; PAL>OINS HOLD UFF OUKF 
ULUF flEVILS, UNC'S MISS MAKSH GAIN NCAA INVITATIUNS 
PAGE MARSH TAKES N.C. AMATEUR 

HARSH, S. ICARRjOKfl) 

MAN ARRESTED IN ASSAULT 

CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED IN KPNAPPING, ASSAULT 
iND MAN IS CHARGED IN CHAPEL 1ILL ASSAULT 
SFCCNO PERSON IN ASSAULT CASE TURNS HIMSELF IN 

HARSH, TMURL (HAKE CO.) 

IWO DI< HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES F H f 

PAIR FRFEO IN BEATING OF OIX MENIAL PATIENT 

MARSH, WILLIAM ANDREW "DREW" III WASHINGTON, O.C.) 
0. C. BAR ACCFPTS MARSH 

MARSHALL, CYNTHIA ALFNE ( H I LL SDOROJ GH ) 
DEFENSE HlNGtS ON « KISS 

MARSHALL. JEANNE SCOTT (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

MARSHALL, JULIAN RANDOLPH (OECEASE'l) 
QRl TUARY 

MARSHALL, ••ARK 

LFFTISTS niSIORT TRUTH ON CENIKAL AHtRICA 

MARSHALL, VIRGIE OUERBY (DFCFASED) 
OBITUARY 

HARSHBURN, JAMES A. (bUTNER) 
RESOURCES BEING SAVAGED 
MEMORIAL DAY ANO JANE FONDA 

HARSHBURN, JAMES A. JR. 

PASS THE SAFE-KOaDS act 
CHILDISH APPHnACH 
HOLD PACK THE PRESS 

MARSICANO, MICHAEL OR. 

ARTS VOLUNTEERS VITAL 

•COMMON THREADS' 

ARTS GROUPS EYE »'.5D,000 

DIAMONOS ARE MUStUM^S FRIEND, TOi) 

ARTS COUNCIL HAS HIGH HOPES 0= WINNING GRANT 

SUF, COST OF ARTS CENTER UNO' R STUDY 

SOURCE OF MONEY CENTRAL ISSUE ON ARTS CENTER PROJECT 

ARTS COUNCIL COULD GET 4150,0:10 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL MAY GET ilSO.OOO GRANT 

MARTIN, ADOIE EVERETT (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MARTIN, ARTHUR' MORRISON REV. 

ARUThUR M. martin, MINISTER II S.C. 

MARTIN, PILL (ORHOND BEACH, FLA.) 

AMPUTEE'S CHARITY TRIP OVER EARLY 

HARflN, BILLY 

NIXON READING NEWS ABOUT BILLY HARTIN COMING BACK FOR 3R0 TIME (CARTOON) H 2 1/14/R3 

MARTIN, BUTCH (ARTHUR ERVIN III) 



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><><I[IK> CLA"<» (uLtNN SCHOOL PRlf<CI''ALI 

MiNOIC»PPEO CLASSES AGAIN ruRNEO DOWN 

"""cauM'HUST'aiCONSIOES SEHTENCr 

■"'"?5Ng*:ii£ai?Ert3o^Si?"TO°?ilS rE.«.S PKOOUCMOS: SAVOYAPDS 

"AOriJ. "AVIO (KALEIf^M MAN KILLEO IN G9cE-<VILLE EXPLOSION 
1 HILLcO. n HUOT IN GREE-IVILlE SLaST 
GPEENvILlE fire chief: GAS LEAK CAuSEO PLASI 
GREENVILLE EjplDSION PROBE CONTINUES 
mLUlNS OUT OF PITT MEMORIAL 

MARTINt OONNA 

A TOUC-lING, LIBERAL SENTIMENT 

NAPTIN. nONNA LdUlSE (fll^ AHNETTE 4VF.) 

MORALS C.1ARCE IS LOHGED AGAIN<T OURHAM -OMAN 
Jn-iii CHARGES ilTH SOLICITATION FOR PROSTITUTION 

"'""3lsc?pu!3e McTMnos -orry parevt group 

■"'"•"R5c«ING°i-''pOLIc"cilEf. ASSISTANT ARE SUSPFND60 

-''"?iN^ESS'Ei^r?i^uii5''5S"2UAOLT; man charged 

GIRL'S ASSAULT BRINGS OFFERS IF MONEY 

MARTIN. GLENN (mAYFSVILLEI „„„„, 

JURY INPICTS \2 IN VOTE PROBE 
vriTE-'UYING CHARGES BEING IRI;D 
FIvF .WITNESSES SAY THEY WERE ■> A 1 TO VOTE 
FOUR' PEOPLE CONVICTEO OF V0TE-6UYING CHARGES 
SEVEN SENTENCED IN VCTE-BUYINj SChEHc 



HAflllN. HAnvEY JORDAN JR. ISEAUFOtl'i S.C 
OBITUARY 



DECEASEOI 
CO. DISTRICTATTOBNEYl 



MARTIN. HQ"ER D. JR. IMAKC CO. DI ST R I C T A 1 T o»l 

3 PROSECUTORS I.ILL BECOME U.S. ATTORNEYS 

"'"'allfn OUSTEO as director of buAC* BUSINESS GROUP 
OaJwOCIO HOMES ONE OF OVER iOO RTI CUSTOMERS 

-aOTIN, JI- IIICARO, INC.. GASTONU I 
TEXTILE CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED 

•'*"':!RuTiuR'ii:':A°Rf?N; MINISTE, IV S.C.^ 

SS?'i^p!''^L?!.?i3G^r?0'?SN'^5S^"GfvERNOR 
MARTIN TO JISCUSS BID FOR GOV= RNOR 
CCNGR'^SSICNAL CLUB BACKS COBEY 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB PROMISES T:i BACK COBEY 
MARTIN ENTERS Grip RACE FO" GO/tRNOR ,„.,. 

REPUbLICAN CONGRESS-AN IS CANlinATE FOR GOVFRNOR 
MARTIN Calls fo" voter law po-cR 

LFTTER STIRS REPUBLICANS FOR ^ARTIN 
SENATOR DISAGREES WITH CLUB 
MARTIN SAYS HE UiLL END JOB A'uSES 
RIFT PIVIIING N.C. REPUBLICANS 

'CO^? tl'-lloTr^'-^rr ?f MAKE Sn against MARTIN ^ 
THE C«inir)ATES STOP HERE FOR t LESSON IN CIVICS 
MARTIN SEEKS MORE nSNTIFICATION Tc.r-cj.: 

GOP CANDIDATE SUPPORTS "ERIT PAY FOR N.C. TEACHERS 
GOP LEGISLATORS VOW TO SUPPORT maRTIN 
DEFEAT OF E'A JUST A SETBACK 

Hi S-^ItTs'^.^h?.^! 'n\ini°n 0-MOCRATS LOCK HORNS , 
3lH MARTIN pCayS FLUTF TO lEa^ ELEPHANTS ICARTOONl 
MARTIN BACKS PAY RAISES FOR TiAChERS cccnjr 

MARTIN FI'.E-TUNING ISSUES FOR GUoFRUA TOR I AL EFFORT 
G-lP CanGI!;aTE makes PITCH FOR MERIT PAY 

hfl'S. martin flunk test 

4 gop lawmakers say "grades' jnfair 

itfll t'Vd 2Af,?f 2lN^?SATf ;^\UN AGAINST JIM MARTIN 

MARTIN. JIMMY LEE IGREENStOROI . 

Two TEEN-AGFRS MELD IN SLAYlN. 

"""^SAfflN'^SSRo'wINS 1ST ROUND IN HOSPITAL FIGHT 

MAPTIN. KENNETH SCOTT 

BREAK-IN CHAR-iEO; HAN HELD 

"'"'RiGHTs'lTATEMENT WAS LUDICROUS 

"'"'nCae'^S^JrESIOENT CALLS PAY SCALE IDEA 'UNWISE- 

"'"''PERSON^COUNTY MAN KILLED IN ACCIOENT 

MARTIN. MAPCELLA IGOOOHILL PLACEMENT UIKECTORI 
GOODWILL PLACFMENT DIRECTOR S'tKINC JOBS 

■"""'Xf.G'MAKTIN'S PEDAL STILL hITTInG ThE METAL, 

MARTIN. muRThA (<il& W. TRINITY AVE. I 

.OMAN PUUREJ IN TWO-CAR COLLISION 

MAPTIN. MARTHA iJLUWE ICONwAY. N.C.I 
VICTIM'S NAME WAS INCORRECT 

MARIIM, MINNIE ELIJABETh ICHAPEL HILLI lOECEASEUl 
OP ITUARY 

MARTIN. MTPO'- (HiLLSPOflCUGH) 

^fLrs'S5uuii.^P0ffTIcTiFATS U-- AS THREE FILE 

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UATFK ISSUES CONCERN HOPEFULS 

OPEN '-.QVERNMCNT IS HUL^bOROULH ISSUE 

SHEFFIELD. PUBtn WIN MAYOR'S (ACES; LLOYU, 



JUHNSu'l, srtVENS ELECTEO. 



MARTIN. PAUL IHILLSEO«nur,HI 

rOuN'S HANOI ING OF TAP FtfS 1" 'lUfSTlONFO 

sfE'tlNf^^E^KS^'^^kEcfl^;;'"''' "" "-" '"'"""' '° '" ""' 

MARTIN. PAUL J. (PSQI 

CROSS bllRNEO IN PSO'S YARD 

DEPUTIES SAY CRfiss euRNED IN ^SO'S YARD 

HAN OFFERING TO HELP IN MRONG PLACE, TIME 

MARTIN. ROWALG 0. I LiU 1 S V I L L "^ . KY.I 

DUKE MEDICAL CENTER cARNS A -THANK YJU' 

MARTIN. ROY LEE ISURRY CTUNTYI 

MAN DENIES KIDNAPPING TAX COL. EC TOR 

MAOriN, STEVEN EUGENE IfrflNSMURG, IHIJI 
LIFE TERMS GIVEN IN LEE CRIMES 

MARTIN. TALITHA C. "TALLY" 

MARTIN NAMcO CANCER CRUSAOt CHAIRMAN 

MARTIN. THEOnORd ROOSEVELT 

CRIMESTOPPEOS AIDS IN ARRFST 

MARTIN. ThURMaN 

INMATF ON DfAlH ROW DIES 

MARTIN. TIM 

•BAT NIGHT- AO WRONG 

MARTIN. WARKEN (UNCI 

VERY, VERY LITTLE KNOWN FACTS 
MARTIN. HUNTER GIVE UNC A LIFT 

MARTIN. WILLA lO'lA 

POLICE IDENTIFY UODY FOUND NEl R CREEK 
CLUES SOUGHT IN TWO SLAYINGS 

MAN IS Charged in woman's ofaih 

DURHAM MAN CHARGET AS ACCfSSOiY TO MURDER 

BROTHER CHARGED IN KILLING 

Oiil TUARY 

DURHAM MAN IS ARRESTED IN SLAYING 

ARREST MADE IN MyRDER 

MAN GFTS 15 YEARS IN SLAYING 

JONES SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS FDR MURDER 

MARTIN. WILLIAM E. 

ASSISTANT U.S. ATTORNEY IS AP^QINTEO 

MARTIN. WILLIE "WILLIE BOY" IDECEA'.EDI 
U3I TUARY 

MARTINEZ. EUGENIO R. IWATERGATEl 
AN ORDINARY tiURGLAR 

MARTY. MARTIN F. ICHURCH HISTORIANI 

METHODIST. LUTHERAN SCHOLARS JILL SPEAK 

EVENTS AT DUKE TO MARK BIRTH IF REFORMER 

TWO SCHOLARS OPEN DUKE CONVOCATION 

UNITY ONE OF HALLMARKS OF DURHAM CHURCHES IN 1963 

MARVIN. HELEN ISFNATORI 

LEGISLATORS SAY BILLS AID FAMILIES 

maShACK. FRED IDECEAS6DI 
03 ITUARY 

MASLANKA. DOUGLAS ICHARLQTTEI 

CAR HITS ilRIDCE, TRUCK OVERTURNS 

CAR STRIKES BRIDGE RAIL; WOMAN HURT 

WOMAN LISTED IN FAIR CONDITIO>l AFTER ACCIDENT 

MASON. ABNFR A. 

MASON IS INTERN 

MASON, ALLEN M. Ill 

t3,0Q0 IN PROPERTY IS TAKEN Fl OM ASSISTANT DA'S HOUSE 

MASON, CLARENCE W. 
OBITUARY 

MASON, ED 

LOTTERY BETTER THAN HIGHER TA<ES 

LOTTEPy BEATS SALES TAX 

ROYKO HAS GUTS — LIKE A PREGNANT SOW PIG 

MASON, ELON HOLLAND (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MASON, LOWELL I FORMER DUKE QUARTERBACK 1 
MASON, FORMER DUKE OB, DIES 

MASON, MARY 

HATS OFF TO GROCERS 

MASON, _MATTIf BROWN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

MASON. OSCAR J. ' 

LOTTERY IDEAS WRONG 

MASON. WILLIF BROwM JR. 

BODY FOUND AT GURLEY, LEE 5TRFETS 
AUTOPSY INCONCLUSIVE IN DEATH 
OBITUARY 

MASSACHI, OALYA IMAITHEwSI 

TEcN ON BIKE HIT BY CAR 

MASS6Y, ROBBY DEwAYNf IMONROEI 

2 CHARGED IN SLAYING OF GROCE! 

MASSFY, C. KNOX 

UNC ESTABLISMFS professorship HONORING MASSFY 

2MIn^^'5 =clir9r'!'"'' SURPRISED FAMILY DONATED PROFESSORSHIP 

MU 1 UAL L Y PcNcFILlAL 

MASSFY. FDWARD ( MONROE I 

2 CHARGED IN SLAYING OF GROCE) 

MASSEY. JIMMY DR. 



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H 2 1/13/83 A It, 

H 2 2/2\/»i B 1 

S ? 3/31/83 A 6 

S 2 11/29/83 C 1 

H 2 lD/0(./83 A 7 

H 2 6/30/83 A 4 



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5 2 1/13/83 C 1 

H 2 l/l<,/83 B I 

5 2 1/14/83 4 1 

H 2 1/15/83 C 1 

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H 2 1/17/83 8 1 

5 2 1/17/83 C 1 

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S 2 3/26/83 A 3 
H 2 3/27/83 A 15 
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H 2 5/28/83 B 4 

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H 2 6/16/83 A 14 



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H 2 2/13/83 A 1 4 P N 
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■"•SSEr NA'<tO UhC MEBbABIu" HEAO S 2 lO/Ofl/83 k ! 't 

"ASSEy. LUCILLE MARCH {0ECEA5E01 

aeiTuARY H 2 12/01/93 A 1« 

■"ASSEY, tABSHALL "CkElVIE , ,, ,_, 

ORITuARY H 2 1/26/S3 A 12 

"ASSEY. "tCMAEL A. IVGCATIONAL kEhJ a IL I T AT I O'J CJUNSELORI 

COUNSELOR uETS AWARD M 2 11/J3/93 8 2 S 

"ASS=^Y. MICrtAcL L. IChAPEL nlLLI , , , ,,, 

A3RE5T paDE fi Threat S 2 a/01/'3 A 6 N 

HASSEy. NQ9MAN 

MAGIC Qf Christmas glitters ii basement h 2 12/24/93 a i p f 930 

MASSEY, OOSALLENE CDTI STuOENTl , , , ,„, ,„„,,, 

O'JKHAM tech SCHITlaR S 2 './06/a3 A 2 P P T37 

MASSEY, WALTER c, OR, 

MASSEY TO SPEAK AT OUKE S 2 3/01/83 C 3 N 

IGNORANCE OF SCIENCE UNHEALTHY FOR NATION H 2 3/06/93 A 16 N 830 

MA5SIE. JOEY ANO 5HA90N IWAYNESUIL. El , , „,.,,., , „ , 

GARDEN THRIVES JITHOUT CHEMICALS S 2 10/17/83 A 3 P F 

MASTIN, ARTHUR HiLLlAM (GREENSSOROI 

Two TEEN-AGERS HELD IN SLAYIn; h 2 U/12/B3 A 5 N 

MASTIN. JANE HOOVER IGREENSBORQI , „, , 

DEATHS CALLED MURDER-SUICIDE H 2 a/O/SS All N 

MASTIN. PAT 

CLU9 -E-aERS MILL STIC* H 2 6/03/93 A 4 L 

maThESDN, ''GB 

MATHESON Takes JOE MITh MIAMI H 2 2/15/B3 B 3 N 

DEVILISH TIME IN MUMi H 2 3/19/93 CI U 07 1 

"aThES'^-i. Charles SALPH (CLAY CO. J , ,,„.,,, , ,„ 

VOTE FRAUD TESTIMONY CALLED 830ST H 2 9/09/93 C 20 N 

maTmESCN. THOMAS EOmARO dr. (OECEASEOI , ,,„, 

OBITUARY H 2 9/15/93 A 15 

-aThE.S. C. E. IRALEIGH) 

OUR ONLY HOPE OF SURVIVAL . H 2 3/16/83 A 5 L 

P"LICE EEE< 'STING- A -TRAvE^STY 3F JUSTICE' S 2 S/0/S3 A ". L 

IT'S TI"£ FOR SERIOUS ARMS NEGOTIATIONS H 2 12/07/83 AIL 

S 2 11/09/83 A ". L 

MAThIS. J. F. (CHEMICAL INDUSTRY tISTlTuTE OF TOXICOLOGYI 

JAPAN'S ADVANCES SPUR RTP STUJI6S ON CHEMICAL RISKS H 2 7/03/83 A 16 N 130 

MAThIS. johnny (SIN&ERl 

SINGER johnny MATHIS SIGNS FQl A2ALEA FEST S 2 12/09/93 C 11 N 

MATLOCK. JACK F, 

PAPER SAYS N.C. NATIVE TO GET POST H 2 6/07/83 A 9 N 

MaTIERN, .ILLIAM 0. OR. , ,,_, , , ^,„ 

UNC MEDICAL COURSE STUDIED — CHANGES POSSIBLE M 2 5/07/83 t 1 N B30 

OR. MATTE5N GETS UNC POST S 2 7/01/83 A 5 N 

"ATThEnS. OAVE (N.C. HIGHWAY PATRO^I , ,,„,., , 

.(F. PATROL LEADER NAMED H 2 6/10/93 3 5 N 

NEW PATROL COMMANDER SwORN IN H 2 6/24/93 C 1 4 » N 

MATTHEWS. OAVIO w. (GRANITE FALLSI ,,,,., , „ . 

6 KLANSMEN, 3 NA2IS INDICTED H 2 4/22/83 A I P N 

NINE PLEAO INNOCENT TO FEDERAL CONSPIRACY CHARGES H 2 5/03/93 A 12 N 

2 <LANS"£N FREED ON BONO S 2 5/0^/93 A 2 N 

2 KLANSMEN RELEASED ON BONO M 2 5/07/83 A 16 N 

•MATTHEWS. EUNi ND8LIN (RAlEIGHI , ,.,,., ^ , 

OBITUARY H 2 6/12/93 C 2 

MATTHEWS. JOHN 0. (OECEASEOI , ,,,o,o-, „ -, n 

OBITUARY H 2 2/08/83 9 7 

MATTHEWS. JULIA Cunningham ,,,,,., „ -, ^ 

OBITUARY H 2 5/23/83 B 7 

"oukE energy management WORKS: ELECTRICITY BILLS CLIMb S 2 4/25/93 A I N Sfl3 

MATTHEWS. "ARY JANE WEAVER (DECEASroi ^ , ,,„,,., ... „ 

OPITUARY H 2 3/02/93 All 

MATTHEWS. MOiLIE OAVIS (OECEASEOI , ,„,„,,=, , ,, n 

OBITUARY H 2 10/01/93 U 1 4 

MATTHEWS. IHELMA (FOGERTON OR . I ^ , ,,.„„,., ., t „ 

WOMAN LOSES »7,000 IN FLIMFLAM H 2 12/09/93 5 N 

MAUER. EUGFNE (QRANCF CO. I , ,,.„,., , , 

ORANG: CONTRACTOR SENTENCED H 2 2/J9/R3 A 2 N 

MAUCDIN. BES5IF TOELL (DECEASEDI ,,,,..,., , o n 

OaiTuARY M 2 12/16/83 C 9 

mAUlTSBY. LJUIS ALEAANOER "ALEX" , ,,„=,., r , n 

J9ITUARY H 2 2/05/93 C 4 

MAUN-Y, "ICmaEL f. (ATIuRNfYI , ,,.c,., . , 

'ORAM SHOP' LAW WOULD bF PKdPF R H 2 2/15/83 » ' ^ 

PURPOSE OF DRAM SHOP LAW H 2 3/09/P3 « 5 L 

MAURA, boe (Chapel hilli , , ,,„./o, o , «i is.. 

Chapel hill police driven bATIY S 2 3/08/93 P. I N J56 

DFATm faY revolution: ThF ExFCJTION OF FARHANG MAVAOOAI H ? 3/13/83 D 1 P F A20 

E«CELLENT kEPORTING H 2 1/25/93 A 4 L 

MAtwCLl. bFIH IPEAPSONTOJN school "IAI ,,,,,., „ , ., „,. 

PTA bPINCS COMPUTERS TO PEARSINTOWN H 2 3/15/83 b 1 " W24 

MAXwELL. CEDRIC , , ,^, ,„, „ , .. 

MAXWELL BREAKS SILENCE 5 - 0/31/93 U 2 N 

2 DURHAM ATTORNEYS GET TRIAL LAWYERS JUPS S 2 7/13/93 A 9 N 



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'640- MONIHLV/ANNUAL IHUEX .lY N«MfS PACe IHI 

l/Ol/bl - U/31/93 l/l7/8<, 

S I T 

■N E ELY 

P D DATE C PO L P 3YL 

CnuNCIL hON'T MEOOLE WIlH DISrOVclY LAW 5 ^ l/lt/m C I N H61 

SEVENTEEN APPLY EQR VACANT SEAT DN COUNTY BflARO H ? 11/17/83 A 1 N BUI 

CLEMENTS' SCAT PRAkS CRPWO S 2 11/17/S3 C I P N J56 

AVOID CONFLICT CANDIDATE H 2 l5/03/n3 A i " -"= 

MAXmELL gets our of county contest h 2 12/1I/B3 CI N B81 

HIV, DAVID 

CHILO'EN NOT IMMUNE TO PAIN OP DEPRESSION H 2 10/30/83 B 3 F 330 

■^AY, FRANK MARVIN 

OBITUARY H 2 10/28/83 C 1 1 

MAY , K . M. I PSO I 

ELDERLY (.OMAN AIUED bY CHURCH AFTER EVICTION H 2 1/17/B3 A 5 L 

MAY, MICHAfL ANTHONY 

ESCAPEE ADDFO 10 'Bit SIX- LIST H 2 9/23/R3 C 7 N 

MAY, MIKE 

may: reasons many F0.< EVENT'S SUCCESS H 2 7/05/83 9 <. p N G'.3 

MAY, NANCY TUTTLE 

NANCY MAY PAINTING TARES A NEJ TURN H 2 11/18/83 D 1 P R 068 

MAY, «ICKY (DURHAM BULLSI 

BULLS" MAY RESIGNS; OLUGOZIMA STEPS UP H 2 ')/13/83 B 2 N C52 

MAYE. JOHN WALItR JR. IPRESmENT N. C . AtT UN I V . I 

MAYE FlECTEO PRESIDENT OF ACT STATE ALUMNI S 2 5/13/B3 C 12 N 

MAYE, MARK ICHARLOTTEl 

MAYE PICKS IINC H 2 2/12/83 D 1 N 

MAYE OPTS FOR ALL-STAR FOOTBALL H 2 7/03/83 B II N C36 

WHEN MARK MAYE'S ARM SPEAKS. (ECEIVERS AND OPPONENTS LISTFN H 2 7/28/83 I P N C36 

EAST STARS EARN a-6 TRIUMPH H 2 7/29/83 C 1 N C36 

MAYE, STFRLING 

DURHAM JURY ACaUITS MAYE IN ClNVENIE'iCE STORE ROBBERY S 2 3/10/B3 C 1 N F30 

MAYER, EUGENE S. OR. 

MAYFR REAPPOINTED AS CENTER Hi= AD S 2 1/20/33 C 3 N 

6 NAMED TO HEALTH GROUP S 2 5/13/83 C 1 N 

MAYER, PAMELA DR. 

LONGER SChOHL BOAHO TERM EVAPDRATES H 2 1/11/83 B 1 N B'.6 

CHAPEL MILL SCHOOLS' BUDGET PiUPOSAL TOPS 1 1 ". MILLION H 3 3/26/83 8 1 N 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOLS SIVc BUDGET TO COMMISSIONERS H 3 5/17/83 I) I N B<i6 

LONG SCHOTL DAY VIEWED WITH INTEREST H 3 6/04/fl3 B I N 

SCHOOLS 'INTERESTED' IN STRETCHING YEAR H 3 6/15/83 B I N B',6 

YEARwnOD IS NAMED PRINCIPAL S 2 7/t'5/83 D 1 N 

SUPERINTENDENT: SCHOOLS' CAPITAL NEEOS DISTRESSING H 3 U/10/R3 B 1 N H90 

SCHOOLS' BUILDING NEEOS ARE NT T MET, OFFICIAL SAYS S 2 11/10/93 A 1 4 N 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS: COMPUTERS F3R TOTS CAN WAIT H 3 11/23/83 B 1 F B46 

LUNSFORD, DR. MAYER LIST SPEN1ING PRIORITIES H 3 12/07/83 B 1 N H'JO 

GOOD Chance for program h i 12/08/83 9 1 p n 

MAYES, W ILL lAM M, 

INTRUDERS BEAT MAN IN HIS HOM= S 2 9/03/83 A 3 N 

2 MEN SCUFFLE HiTH RESIDENT IN FRONT YARD H 2 9/04/83 C 17 N 

MAYFIELD, LEE AND BOB lORANGE CO. I 

FAMILY MEMBERS COOK 3UICK AND EASY DISHES H 2 1/06/83 C 1 p F H45 

MAYFIELD, W. T, IPSOl 

DETECTIVE HELPED H 2 5/19/83 A 5 L 

MAYhEw, LILLIE PARKER IDECEASEDl 

OBITUARY H 2 8/28/83 B 2 

MAYNARO, KATHERINE BILLINGS IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 11/06/33 B 2 

MAYNARO, KENNETH I H IL LSBOROUGHI 

FIRST, EXISTING LAWS SHOULD Bi ENFORCED H 2 2/22/83 A 4 L 

HOy TO CUT CAMPAIGN EXPENSES H 2 7/28/83 A 5 L 

MAYNARO, REIn A. 

REia MAYNARO, UNC TRUSTEE H 2 9/11/93 3 2 

MAYNARO, SWANNONTA ELLIS 

OBITUARY H 2 1/29/93 C 6 

MAYNARO, VIVIAN 

MUSICAL SALUTF SUPER S 2 10/26/93 A 4 L 

MAYNOR, OUINCY 

OFFICER WOUNDS MAN IN SHOOTINS H 2 9/24/83 B I N 454 

HAN IS CmaSGEO IN SHOOTING S 2 9/24/93 A 3 N 

POLICE FILE ASSAULT COUNTS AFTER POKER GAME SHOOTING H 2 9/25/93 C 3 N 

MAYO, ANTHONY 

COUPLE FACING ASSAULT CHARGES H 2 7/21/93 C 15 N 

MAYO, kaTmY (DANVILLE, VA.l 

EFLAND WOMAN MELD HOSTAGE; ARJEST MADE S 2 3/04/83 A 9 N 

MAYTON. CLARENCE WARD 

OBITUARY H 2 1/20/93 A 15 

MAYTON, JAVES GARLAND JR. (DURLINGTONI 

GRAHAM MAN Surrenders to auth-'rities h 2 4/20/93 a 14 n 

MA22A, JEFFREY P. OR. ICMAPEL HILLI 

COURT UPHOLDS CHAPEL HILL DENTIST'S MALPRACTICE AWARD S 2 3/16/83 A 10 N 

t649,585 MALPRACTICE AWARD UPHELD H 2 3/17/83 B 2 N 

MA220NE, CHRIS 

A ..ATCHFUL EYE 5 2 9/02/93 C I P P K30 

MA220NE, LEO 

BULLS' PITCHING ROTATION SETTLES WITH CLAY-BORMANN SWAPPING H 2 5/22/83 B 9 N C52 

MA220NE GROOMS ATLANTA PITCHERS S 2 5/23/63 9 P U P55 

MAZ20NE: INNINGS PITCHED EFFECTIVE MEASUREMENT H 2 7/24/93 B 9 N C52 

MCAOAM, JOHN LOUDON (SCOTTISH INVENTORI 

MCaDAM'S 'NEW ROAD PROCESS H 2 9/24/93 A 4 D E 

MCAOAMS, CLYDE 3. (E. GEER ST. I 

AT 90, This gardener is still going strong S 2 7/09/83 B I P F J06 

MCAOAMS, F^A^CES 

WOMAN SAYS EMPLOYEE'S DAUGhTE* ROBBED, CUT HER H 2 9/07/93 8 1 N 

DAUGHTER ARRESTED IN ASSAULT H 2 9/09/93 C 12 N 

ARRESTS ARE MADE IN 2 CITY ASSAULTS S 2 9/08/83 A 5 N 

MCAOAHS, JOHN AND EDITH 





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NAMES 



COUPLE'S FIBST BABV IS ALSO DURHAM'S FIRST THIS YEAR 

"CAOAMSi ROUFKT LEE 

MAN CHARGED IN ROPBFRY S J "i/JS/BJ B 1 N 

HCAOOOf FREO 

HIGH SCHOOL FRIENDS MAKE IT 13 THE ALTAR H 2 12/25/83 E 2 P F J<,0 

MCAFEE, JOHN P. (CHAPEL HILLI 

OBITUARY H 2 10/2'?/a3 S <. 

MCALISTER. DWlGrtl ICHAPEL HILLI 

STATE PANEL SUSPENDS REAL ESTATE LICENSES H 2 12/23/83 B I N W36 

STATE SUSPENDS LICENSES OF 2 <EAL ESTATE AGENTS S 2 12/23/83 A 3 N 

MCALLASTER. CAROLYN 

NO DECISION ON RESTORING VANN'S L»J LICENSE MADE H 2 6/18/83 A 1 N 0<.6 

aCLU SEEhS 'RESTORATION' H 2 12/0'./83 CI N Sa2 

MCALLISTER, HOyARD C. 

RULE HITS MIDDLE SCHOGLS HARDEST S 2 6/27/83 C 1 N C05 

DURHAM NOT SHORT MATH, SCIENCE TEACHERS S 2 7/27/83 A 1 N CCI5 

TEACHER PAY RULING BLASTED S 2 9/12/83 C 1 N C05 

lOTH DAY FIGURES SHOW CITY SCHOOLS GAIN PUPILS S 2 9/13/83 C 1 N COS 

35 CLASSES IN CITY SCHOOLS HAVE COMBINATION CLASSES S 2 9/20/83 B 1 N COS 

CLASS SIZE SAID OK FOR CITY S 2 10/25/83 B <. N COS 

MCALLISTER, WILLIAM (WASHINGTON POS T I 

WELL-READ BUREAUCRATS H 2 11/12/83 A <, E 

MCAULAY, GEORGE THOMAS IMT. GILEADI 

COURT VACATES DEATH PENALTY H 2 8/10/83 A 9 N 

HCBAY, VIRGINIA F. (CHAPEL HILLI 

OBITUARY H 2 1/22/83 C <• 

MCBENNETT, TERESA 

RACIST RHETORIC 'APPALLING' H 2 U/05/83 A <, L 

MC8HI0E, LALON GREGORY (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 12/27/83 Alb 

HC6RI0E, LYNN (OUKE INTERIOR DESIGNERI 

DESIGNERS AT DUKE STAY BUSY H 2 2/11/83 B 2 P f S56 

MCBRIOE, RONA ANN PURVIS , , , „ „ 

OBITUARY H 2 1/10/83 A 10 

MCBRIDE, VIRGIL 

OWASA WINS RIGHT TO CONDEMN LAND FOR CANE CREEK RESERVOIR S 2 3/10/83 C 1 N B",* 

OWASA gets power to CONDEMN LAND H 3 3/11/83 B 1 N Biib 

MCPROOM, CECIL (HHIPPOORWILLI , ,,„, , „ ^ ,» 

PEEwEE SOCCER: WMIPPOORWILL <.-YEAR-OLOS GET A RICK OUT OF THE SPORT S 2 10/17/83 B 1 P F A15 

MCBROOM, DALLAS BRYANT (OECEASEDI , , 

OBITUARY H 2 8/19/83 A 12 

MCBROOM, ERNIE MELVIN , , , ,„ ,„, , , ,^, 

NEW LAW IS BEARING DOWN ON DRIVERS WHO DRINK H 2 iZ/O'./Si A 1 N S82 

MCPROOM, RUTH 

RECOLLECTIONS OF MOTHER INVALJABLE FOR HISTORIAN H 2 7/2<./33 3 P U H<.5 

MCPROOM, SIDNEY THOMAS I H I L LSBOROUJ H 1 ,,^,„, 

ORITUARY H 2 4/25/83 ABO 

OBITUARY H 2 './26/83 B 5 

MCCAIN, ALFORO AND MARIAN ICHARLOTTEI , , »,„c,o, 

CHARLOTTE COUPLE CHARGED IN CHILD'S DEATH S 2 3/05/83 A 2 N 

COUPLE HELD IN CHILD'S DEATH H 2 9/06/83 A 16 N 

MCCAIN, KAY (CHAPEL HILLI , ,,,,,o, r , o c „oc 

SERVE FRESH FRUITS IN WATERMELON BASKET H 2 7/l'./83 C 1 P F M95 

MCCALL, LILLIE PATTERSON (OECEASEDI ^ , ,,,^.., . , . 

OBITUARY H 2 3/26/83 C 3 

MCCALL, ROBERT LEE (OECEASEDI , ,,,,,, . . 

OBITUARY H 2 ',/21/e3 ABO 

MCCALLUM, OOTSY LE VERTA WALL (OECEASEDI . , , 

OBITUARY H 2 ',/10/83 C <. 

OBITUARY H 2 './12/83 A 8 

MCCANOIES, JOHNNIE ( H I LLSBOROUGH I ,,,,=„ 

OBITUARY H 2 7/25/83 B 5 

MCCARSON. AUGUSTA BAKER WILSON (OECEASEDI , =,„„,„, „ -, „ 

OBITUARY H 2 5/09/83 B 7 

HONESTY APPLAUDED H 2 11/28/83 A <. L 

MCCARSON, LILLIE FERRELL (OECEASEDI , ,„„,., . ,„ 

OBITUARY H 2 6/08/83 A 10 

MCCARSON, PHIL , , ,,,,,., . , 

BOARDS SHOULD SPEND MONEY IN 3URHAM H 2 2/2<./83 A <■ L 

MCCARTER, WILLIAM RONALD DR. (CHAD9URVI , „,,,,., „ , 

rCA PLANNING TO RAISE »250,001 IN CAMPAIGN H 1 9/23/83 8 1 N 

MCCARTY, KENNETH JR. , , ,,,,„,, 

D0(:T0RS diagnose cancer via single lymph node S 2 l/l<,/83 C 1 N 

MCCAULEY, ALBERT I F AYE TT E V I LL E I , „,,„,., . ,, 

COAST GUARD EXPLAINS RESCUE CASE FAILURE H 2 9/10/83 All N 

MCCAULEY, DEWAYNE (BOONE ATTORNEYI , .,,,.,., „ ,„ 

AIRPLANE CRASHES AFTER TAKING OFF; FAMILY, PILOT KILLED H 2 11/06/83 B 10 N 

MCCAULEY, HERBERT UILEY , ,,„,,.> a •, n 

OBITUARY H 2 1/03/93 8 7 

MCCAWLEY, OEANNA IGRAHAMI ,,,,/„, r . d i: OL,. 

MICROWAVE OVEN MAKES COOKING EASY H 2 3/2A/83 C 1 P F S56 

MCCMESNEY, GRAHAM C. REV. „ , ,,,,,., . „ „ „ 

NEW Church gets minister h 2 1/22/83 a 9 p n 

MCCLAIN, CARL (CHAPEL HILLI ^ , ^,,,,., . ,. „ 

OBITUARIES " ! 5/13/83 A 10 

MCCLAIN, CHARLY (COUNTRY SINGERI _^ , ,,,,,= , n •, r. c u,.a 

MISS CHARLY: BEING SINGER NOT JUST FUN H 2 2/11/93 D 7 P F M66 



NONtHLY/iNNUAL ','^,S,^„!! "' NAMES 



HCCL'IN. JOHN 

SOLAR USE IS HARMING UP 

MCCLAIN, KENNETH ROBERT ICHAPEL HILLI 

2n5 HAN IS CHARGED IN CHAPEL HILL ASSAULT 
SECOND PERSON IN ASSAULT CASE TURNS HIMSELF IN 

MCCLAIN, REBECCA EARRINGTON lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

'"""-T0UHr.^UH0°0lVlUi 5 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

MCCLAMB, ORIS JR. lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MCCLANAHAN, HERbERT JACKSON (0ECEA5E0I 
OBITUARY 

MCCLEASE, LARRY EUGENE INEH BERNI 
TMO CHARGED IN BOY'S DEATH 

MCCLEASE. SHIRLEY LEE INEH BERN) 
TWO CHARGED IN BOY'S DEATH 

MCCLENDON, SARAH 

VOCAL WOMAN OF CONSCIENCE 

''"'■"NK?t:fAS°SI5s:"lil0THER ISSUE THAT DIVIDES THE FLOCK 

■fCCLINTOCK, BARBARA DR. 
WINNER IN MANY HAYS 

MCCLOUO, WILLIAM (HEALTH OEPT. EMPLOYEEl 
MAN HELD FOR BREAKING WINDOW 

MCCLURE, B08PY „ „,„,.. 

2 TESTIFY IN BURGLARY, KIDNAP TRIAL 
verdict: ! COUNTS OF GUILTY 
MCCLURE GETS ".-YEAR SENTENCE 

MCCLURE, HERBERT lARTISTI 

QUALITY OF DUKE EXHIBIT HIGH 

'"'^"'■caLL'lSION''coSllsE: COMPETITION FRC» THE FED MUDDYING' UP ... BANKING 
NCNB CHIEF WILL RETIRE NEXT m:nTH 

MCCOLLUM, HENRY LEE "BUDDY" (RED SPRINGS( 
TEENS CHARGED 
2 TEENS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

MCCONAHAY, SHIRLEY (ARTIST! 

ARTIST USES THEME TO ORGANIZE WORK 

MCCONNELL, GEORGE R. (RESEARCH TRIANGLE PaRkI 
•HEELS GET THE HYPE 

""°TiiUTntb'S.2°'!Hi£nk?5Pi IVER TRANSPLANT 

"""TnblijH'frRjERS CALL THIS YOUNG COUPLE 

MCCORO, ROBERT (CHARLOTTE) 

ELECTROCUTION QUESTIONS UNSETTLED 
DUKE POWER SAYS IT ERRED 

MCCORO, ROBERT JR. 

REPORT FILED ON ACCIDENT 

MCCORKIE, PEARL DIXON 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

""""tUdER'^imSS^D BETTER ON PLASTIC THAN STAGE 

MCCORMICK, EODIE (CAKE DECORATOR) 
DECORATOR SEES CAKES AS ART 

MCCOY, RONALD GENE MASTER SGT. (DE: EASED) 
OBITUARY 

MCCRACKEN, J. STUART DR. 
WE OBJECT TO STORY 

MCCRACKEN, JOSEPH PICKETT OR. 
OR. MCCRACKEN DIES AT 70 
ig^'SSsE'R^H^'p^'S^dRS^S?" SKJli^liK KNOWN FOR COMPASSION, PROFESSIONAL. 

""""ME^SicK^fr?ss?;o'??rs^rTS^f^[i 

"""'p'Ss^^g^I'LiSfrs Sr?p'?iKERS AVGER GROUPS 

MCCREA, LEVY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MCCRIMMON, STEVE MICHAEL 

ASSAULT HEARING IS AUG. 9 

MCCULLERS, JEFFREY TYRONE (SELMA( 
BOY SHOT, SUSPECT FLEES 

MCCULLOCK, ANITA (CEDAR GROVE) 

DEDICATED DEPUTY FIRED AFTER !2 YEARS 

(ORANGE CO. ) 



MCCULLOCK, BOBBY MAJ. (ORANGE CO. ) ^,.., 
DEDICATED DEPUTY FIRED AFTER 2Z YEARS 

''""^li?^S!:Lo£SA^bl?S^NEi'i?pS?S'TS^NT 

"""^li?['^"jRdsT??S?^*SAS SENT TO SP Y - SOL E S' LAWYER S 
MORE FEDERAL RESOURCES SOUGHT FOR DRUG CASES 
OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS MOVING DRUG CASES 
PROBE CLEARS SOLES PROSECUTOR 
GREEN CAN'T Bf TRIED ON CHARGES 
GREEN ALLEGATIONS -TOO LATE' 

MCCUTCHEON, LOU 



N E 
P D 


S 

E 

DATE C 


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T 
Y 
P BYL 


S 2 


3/l')/83 A 


3 P 


N F30 


S 2 

H 2 


IJ/O^/BJ A 
12/10/83 C 


5 
5 


N K^tS 

N 


H 2 


lO/2<)/93 B 


^ 





H 2 


6/09/93 A 


15 P 


N 


H 2 


6/02/83 C 


12 





H 2 


5/2B/B3 B 


<. 





H 2 


9/07/83 A 


l* 


N 


H 2 


9/07/93 A 


1<. 


N 


H 2 


12/05/93 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


6/0'./83 A 


8 P 


F 


S 2 


10/15/83 A 


i* 


E 


S 2 


3/12/93 A 


3 


N 


S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


5/10/83 A 
5/12/83 A 
5/12/83 C 


q 

10 

1 


N F30 

N 

N F30 


H 2 


9/09/83 


9 


U G6 9 


H 2 
H 2 


6/05/83 C 
7/26/93 A 


12 P 

12 


F L".! 

N 


S 2 

H 2 


9/3C/83 A 
10/01/93 B 


7 
5 


N 
N 


H 2 


2/25/93 B 


2 P 


F S56 


H 2 


10/05/93 A 


<, 


L 


H 2 


11/26/83 A 


1 <. 


N 


H 2 


10/02/83 E 


2 P 


F JirO 


H 2 
H 2 


7/2'./83 A 
7/30/93 A 


3 


N 
N 


H 2 


9/18/93 C 


22 


N 


H 2 
H 2 


2/07/93 B 
2/09/83 D 


7 

7 






H 2 


2/19/83 D 


7 P 


U S66 


H 2 


6/23/93 C 


1 P 


F J^O 


H 2 


3/12/93 B 


7 





H 2 


5/19/83 A 


A 


L 


S 2 

H 2 
H 2 


8/29/83 A 
8/30/83 A 
9/31/83 A 


1 
9 





E 


H 2 


12/01/83 A 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


10/01/93 B 


1 


N S51 


H 2 


9/05/63 C 


5 





S 2 


7/21/83 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/29/93 A 


1". 


N 


H 2 


1/03/83 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


1/03/93 A 


^ 


L 


S 2 


3/0<,/83 C 


3 


N 


H 2 

3 1 

M 2 
S 2 
H 2 


9/11/93 A 
8/12/83 A 
8/13/93 A 
8/27/83 A 
8/30/83 A 
8/31/83 A 


1 P 
11 
3 P 
3 
1 
6 


N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



tr/ANNUAL 
1/01/83 



INDEX 
li/3l/93 



N A H £ S 



•NOUWfAUl POJ«" SECKISG OUT OJRHAH 
TM4NKS FOd COvE«ACE 

"CO«D£i MATIIE CATES (OECEASSOl 
OBITUARY 

KCOAOE, "ILTON IXEBANEI 

HISTORIAN'S COLLECTION TO o£C:iME xuSEUN 

■CDANIFLt OAVIQ IOUkE SOCCERI 

MCDANIEL DOMINANT FORCE IN 0U< E DEFENSE 

"CDANIEL. mO»LE JACKSON lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MCDANIELi jerry IOURMAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTF) 
TFCH'S ROBOT TO SAY 'HOXOY' Tl GOVERNOR 
DTI PROGRAM ALL RIGmTi may LOSE FUNDS ANYWAY 

MCDANlELi MICHAEL C. D. REV. IMlCKTRYl 

aiSHQP'S COMMENTS IN Durham rilE Lutherans 

MCDANIFLt RICHARD D. (GREENSBOROI 
FIREFIGHTERS JOIN IN CHASE 

MCDEVITT, WAYNE 

MCOEVITT leaves JIM HUNT PANEL 

mcoonaloi alfred (sanfordi 

9 Charged with drug offenses 

mcdqnaloi andrew (concordi 

cabarrus county man receives life sentence 
life term given in slaying 

mcdonald* barbara stewart lartistj 
laser art still at testing stige 

MCDONALD. CARL wlLLIAM lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MCDONALD. DAVID DONALD JR. ( F AYET T= V ILLE I 
VA. MAN CLEARED OF DRUGSTORE RQBbERY 

MCDONALD. EUGENE ICHARLQTTEI 

MAN ATTEMPTS WORLD'S LARGEST MATCH HOUSE 

MCDONALD, JIM IAShEVILLEI 

NORTH CAROLINA MAN LEADS RELIGIOUS DE PROGRA'-M I NG BATTLE 

MCDONALD. LAWRENCE (U.S. REP.] 
MCDONALD WAS TO MEET HELMS 

HELMS WAS IN PLANE MINUTES BEHIND DOOMED FLIGHT 
HELMS SAYS SOVIET UNION 'A NATION OF MURDERERS' 
AN URGENCY ABOUT SOVIET REASONING 
BRITT MET LEADER OF GRENADA IN JUNE 

MCDONALD. MALCOLM OR. (DUKE MEDICAL CENTER) 
DUKE DOCTORS STUDY HEPATITIS, AIDS LINK 

MCDONALD. MARGARET MCLAMB 
OBITUARY 

MCDONALD, MARTHA CARLE 

FRASER, MCDONALD COUPLE JOINE] IN TRADITIONAL SCOTTISH CEREMONY 

MCDONALD. MARY ANN 

CITY OFFICIALS' CONDUCT RAPPED 

MCDONALD, NANCY CATHERINE MCALLISTER (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MCDONALD, Samuel (MECCA, SAUDI ARA^^IAl 

MAN ARRESTET AFTER THREAT TO 3LAST BOAT 
ILLEGAL ALIEN ON BOAT THREATENS EXPLOSION 

MCDONALD, WILLIE BELL BENNETT (BRODKLYN, N.Y.I 
OBITUARY 

MCOOUGALO. HOOVER REV. (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MCDOUGALL, MICHAEL 

COURT REJECTS TWO APPEALS 

MCDOWELL, JAMES (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MCDOWELL. TIM 

ATTEMPTS TO RAISE OUT-OF-STAT? TUITION STALL 
ELON COLLEGE CAMPAIGN DOING WELL 

MCOUFFEE. ROBERT ICARRBOROI 

PLANNING BOARD HEAD TO QUIT 
PLANNING BOARD HEAD TO RESIGN 

MCDUFFIE. MICKEY FRANKLIN 

SOLES PLEADS INNOCENT, POSTS ^ OND OF 120,000 
2 MEN INDICTED IN COLCOR PROBE ARE SENTENCED 

MCOURMONT, lENORA 

HAROLD WASHINGTON'S RECORD: J»IL TERM. DISBARMENT 

MCEACMIN, JAMES D. JR. (ROBESON CO. I 

11 FROM ROBESON COUNTY FACE CE TA FUNDS CHARGES 
11 INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROBE 
SEMANTICS PROBLEM GETS CASE DISMISSED 

MCENALLY. RICHARD w. 

UNC BOARD APPOINTS MCENALLY 

MCENROE. JOHN 

BETWEEN The LINES: MCENROE WANTS PUBLIC'S EYES ON HIS TENNIS TALENT 

MCENROE: The BAD BOY OF TENNIS STILL NO. I 

MCENROE. VILAS TO MEET IN FALL EXHIBITION AT DUKE 

MCENROE PROMISES FANS 'GOOD TENNIS' 

MCENROE VS. VILAS 

MORE Than TENNIS SERVED STARS 

MCENROE: SETTER FANS. SETTER IMAGE 

UPS AND DOWNS 

MCFADOEN, CORNELL I. OR. 
MCFAOOEN TO SPEAK 

MCFAOOEN. GLEN 

DURHAM MAN Shot on STREET 



S 

N E E 

P D DATE C 

h 2 6/24/83 3 
H 2 7/12/83 a 



H 2 i,/2<./83 C 

H 2 12/30/83 B 

H 2 1D/I2/B3 C 

H 2 -./OS/SS C 



H 2 3/17/83 B 
S 2 7/15/83 C 



H 2 1/15/83 A 
H 2 1I/15/R3 A 
H 2 1/09/83 a 
H 2 12/11/83 C 



5 2 2/10/83 A 
H 2 2/11/83 A 



H 2 6/2'./B3 

H 2 "./Ib/es fl 

H 2 2/05/83 a 

S 2 U/13/83 C 

S 2 9/07/83 C 

S 2 9/01/R3 A 



1 P 
1 P 



I I 

L Y 

»G L P 8YL 

1 N W24 
*. L 

6 3 

F L30 

F C52 

6 

1 N 

I N CG5 

7 P N 



U G68 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 

M 1 


9/02/?3 
9/02/83 
9/2'./83 
11/03/83 


c 

A 
A 
B 


7 
2 

A 
1 


p 
p 

P 


N 
N 
L 
N 


S 2 


U/15/83 


A 


1 




N J56 


H 2 


9/03/83 


c 


5 







H 2 


0/19/83 


E 


2 


P 


F M95 


H 2 


11/07/83 


A 


1 




N BBl 


H 2 


a/26/83 


c 


9 








H 2 6/04/83 A 
S 2 6/0<./83 A 



H 2 


6/08/83 


A 


10 





H 2 


9/D6/83 


c 







H 2 


10/04/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


10/30/83 


B 







H 2 
H 1 


5/18/83 
12/22/83 


C 
A 




N 046 
N H60 


H 2 
S 2 


11/30/83 
n/30/83 


c 

A 


12 


N 
N 


H 2 

H 2 


4/23/83 
5/24/83 


A 
A 


5 P N 
3 N 



H 2 4/14/83 A 



S 2 7/25/93 A 
H 2 7/26/83 A 
H 2 9/21/83 A 



1 

1 P 
9 



S 2 6/24/83 A I 



H 


? 


1/14/93 


C 




P 


tl 


NT I 


S 


7 


1/14/83 


1) 




P 


u 


oia 




? 


1/13/83 


H 




P 


N 


MJl 


s 


7 


8/05/83 


11 






N 




H 


? 


8/18/83 


A 






6 




H 


7 


9/17/B3 


H 




p 




L30 


M 


7 


9/17/83 


H 








MM 


s 


2 


9/17/83 


A 


9 


p 


p 


KiO 


s 


2 


9/13/83 


C 


10 




N 




H 


2 


4/13/93 


A 


2 




N 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/83 - 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



NAMES 



PAGE 187 
1/17/8^ 



HCFADOEN, MICHAEL LEON (CMARLOITEI 

TEEN INDICTED IN CHARLOTTE SLAYING CASE 

HCfARLANO. ISAAC PENDER SR. lOECEASEDI 
OaiTuARY 

HCFARLANO, M. A. (FAIRNrOSH FARMSI 
AAA HONORS 3AHAHA HAN 

MCFARLANE. BETSY BEEL (BALTIMOREI 

DURHAM NATIVE IS IN KENNEDY SERIES 

MCFARLANFi RANDY (FORMER PTLI 
COURT UPHOLDS CONVICTION 

MCFAYDEN, H. DAVID JR. (DISTRICT ATTORNEY! 

3 PROSECUTORS KILL BECOME U.S. ATTORNEYS 

MCC Aft R a RPTTV 

THEIR WEDDING SATURDAY HAS A TRUE FAMILY AFFAIR 

HCCEE. MIKE 

OUKE TO INDUCT FOUR 

MCGEE AMONG INDUCTEES INTO DU<E'S hall OF FAME 

OUKE CEREMONIES SET lOMORROH 

MCGEE. hilliam xayne (uinston-s*l;mi 

MAN ACQUITTED OF DRUG CHARGE 

MCGHEE. DANNY LEE 

DURHAM MAN FACES 5TH CHARGE 0= DUI 

MCGHEE. TAMMY YOUNG (DECEASEDJ 
OBITUARY 

MCGUL. OARRYL 

MCGILL LEADS SOUTHERN MIN 

IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY; SOUTHERN'S OARRYL MCGILL A HOMEBODY... 

MCGILL GETS FIVE SCORES IN S*!- 6 ROMP 

LEATHERS LEADS SPARTANS 

SOUTHERN HIGH TAILBACK IS TOP N.C. FOOTBALL PLAYER 

MCGILL NAMED STATE'S TOP PREP PLAYER 

MCGILL TAKES PLAYER OF YEAR A^ARD FOR N.C. 

MCGILLICUODY. JOHN F. (MANUFACTURE'S HANOVER CORP. I 
SPEAKER: BANKS REWARDING SAVERS 

MCGINNISS. JOE 

DR. JEFFREY MACDONALD STORY IS 'STUNNINGLY SUSPENSEFUL' 
•DESPITE The AGONY I'M GLAD I DID IT' 

MCGIRT, JACK B. (CPCL VICE PRESIDE'JT FOR FOSSIL OPERATION 
CPCL POWER PLANT NOW IN OPERATION 

MCGLOHON, lOONIS (CHARLOTTE JA2Z PIANISTI 
TAR HEEL'S SONGS ALBUM HIGHLIGHT 

MCGOVERN, GEORGE 

GEORGE MCGOVERN ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY (CARTOON! 
THE RETURN OF A LOSER 

MCGRADY, FORYEST L. 

OOu ATTACK DEPLORED 

HCGRANAHAN. LOIS 

S3, 000 TAKEN FROM SISTERS 
OBITUARY 

MCGRATH, DIANE OR. 

SPEAKS ON CANCER 

NEW CANCER LINE WORKING IN N.C. 

"CGRIFF. FRED 

JAYS TOP BULLS IN lOTH 
MCCRIFF KEYS JAYS BY BULLS 

MCGUIRE. FRANK 

HCGUIRE WORKING TO KEEP GAROE'4 HOOPS FLOWERING 

MCGUIRE. GLEN EDMQND (HILLSBOROUGH! 
OBITUARY 

MCGUIRE, THOMAS H. 

POST TO MCGUIRE 

MCHENRY, S. K. (PSOI 

ELliERLY WOMAN AIDED BY CHURCH AFTER EVICTION 
PSO GOES TO SCHOOL TO EXPLAIN NEW LAW 

MCILWAIN. RONALD (UNC-CM STUDENT! 

UNC STUDENT CHARGED WITH LARCENY, ASSAULT 

MCINTOSH, JOE 

A TRIO OF TAILBACKS: MCINTOSH ONLY A PORTION OF THR EE-PRONGF D PACK 
STATE VS. THE CITADEL SATURDAY; MCINTOSH: LIMPY GAIT NOW HISTORY 

MCINTYRE, LORING (SOIL CONS ERVA T 101 SERVICE! 
DURHAM'S JOHNNY APPLESEEO 



N 
P 




DATE 


S 

E 
C 


PG 


I T 

L Y 
L P 


H 




3/n/83 


A 


12 


N 


H 




9/13/83 


B 


9 





H 




3/28/83 


B 


5 


N 


s 




U/I8/83 


a 


5 


N 


H 




8/18/83 


A 


10 


N 


H 




8/17/83 


B 


5 


N 



MCIVER. LIS 

- CC-- 



SUCCESSFUL WORKSHOP 

MCKAY, CORA WOODS (CENTENARIAN! 

HER BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION WAS A WEEKEND AFFAIR 

MCKEAN, MARGARET A. 

CAMPUS CLUB LECTURES FEATURE FOUR SPEAKERS 

MCKEE, CLARENCE 

SOUTH AFRICA: HALTING INVESTMENT MISGUIDED 

MCKEE. COLEN WILLIAM (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MCKEE, ROBERT K. ( EL I 2 ABETHTOWN I 

FARMER CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY 

SOLES PLEADS INNOCENT, POSTS 30N0 OF 120,000 

TAX EVASION CHARGE RESULT FBI PROBE 

MCKEE, ROBERT L. DR. (UNC-CH CHEMISTRY PROF.! 

MCKEE, Chemistry instructor at unc 

MCKEITHAN. CLEVELAND 
OBITUARY 

MCKEITHAN, RONALD DALE (COLUMBUS CI . 1 



H 2 12/0<./83 E 2 P F J^O 



5 2 3/22/83 Fl 3 N 

H 2 <./15/83 C 3 N 

S 2 it/lS/flS D 2 P N 



H 2 8/18/83 A 10 N 
S 2 3/2f>/B3 A 3 N 

H 2 10/20/83 C 1<. 



H 2 9/10/83 6 2 P N B66 

H 2 9/22/83 D 1 P F C 36 

H 2 10/22/83 D 1 P N 1)66 

S 2 U/09/83 B 2 P U C09 

S 2 12/07/83 A 1 P N 

S 2 12/07/83 D 1 P N 

H 2 12/08/83 D 1 P N 



S 2 3/03/B3 CI N M23 



H 2 9/2S/83 D 3 P R L-il 
H 2 9/25/83 D 3 P U H'i9 



H I 3/D5/B3 B 1 N 

H 2 6/2'i/83 13 R S66 



H 2 9/12/83 A «. T T R56 
H 2 9/16/83 A 4 E 



H 2 6/17/83 A 



H 2 2/19/83 A 5 N 
H 2 9/06/83 C 3 



S 2 2/10/83 A 3 P P r37 
H 2 3/15/83 B I N 



S 2 6/0<./e3 A 8 N P55 
H 2 9/03/83 2 N C52 



H 2 1/09/83 B 9 P F 
H 2 1/11/83 8 9 
H 2 2/a<./B3 D 3 N 



H 2 1/I2/B3 A 5 L 

H 2 10/20/83 A 21 P F A5<. 



H 3 6/10/83 B I 



ATTaC H 2 8/18/83 1 P N S91 
H 2 9/15/83 D 1 P N S9l 



H 2 9/25/83 DAE 

H 2 9/07/83 A 5 L 

H 2 9/13/83 A 6 P N 

H 2 11/23/83 A 6 P N 

H 2 3/18/83 A <. E 

H 2 6/25/83 A 10 



H 2 1/27/83 A 6 N 
H 2 ',/23/83 A 5 P N 
S 2 5/25/83 C 16 N 



H 2 '>/l'i/83 ABO 
H 2 1/09/B3 C 2 



1(><.0- HOXTMLY/iNNUAL INDEX BT NAMES »»GE 188 

1/01/83 - W/31/a3 1/17/64 

s 1 r 

N e 6 L T 

P OATE C PG I P BTt. 

TUQ PL6A0 GUILTY IN VEHICLE C» SE H 2 4/01/83 B 8 N 

IWQ PLEAD GUILTY TO HAIL FRAU"! M 2 0/28/83 A 10 N 

MCKEITHAN, TIMOTHY SCOTT 

I.e. BOY GETS MIS WISH TO SEE 'heE hah- STARS H 2 6/20/83 a 8 N 

MCKELLAR. MiLLlAM DONALD IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 7/23/33 4 

■•CKEN2IE - MAREi BARBARA IPIAMSTI 

DUO PLANS OXFORO CONCERT H 1 3/10/fl3 6 1 N 

MC«EThaN. KENNETH JR. IDUNN» N.C-1 

N.C. MAN'S flSM TRANSLATES FO'^EIGN TECHNICAL MANUALS H 2 7/20/83 A 13 N 

MCXlNNEYt JAMES ALAN IINSTITUTE OF GOVT. I 

3 UNC STUDENTS FACE DRUG CHARGES S 2 7/14/83 C I N 

MORE DRUG ARRESTS EXPECTED H 3 7/15/33 B 1 N 1C45 

MCKINNEY. LAURENCE (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 6/2'>/83 C 6 

MCKINNEY. THURMOND 

ONE-LEGGED MAN CONVICTED OF ASSAULT H 7 2/l'»/e3 A 5 N B5 1 

MCKINNEY CONVICTED ON ASSAULT CHARGE S 2 2/11/83 A 2 N 

MCKINNISi OAVIO 

BILLBOARD CRUSADE H 2 4/15/83 A 4 L 

MARRIAGE, «aRK IN STORE FOR T3 P SENIORS S 2 6/20/53 A 3 P N COS 

LETTER-HRITFR MISLED H 2 6/23/83 A 5 L 

VOTERS NEEO NO HELP FROM MASSACHUSETTS H 2 7/21/83 A 4 L 

LETTER TO EDITOR MAS "AMAZING' M 2 9/05/83 A 5 L 

U.S. INVADED A SMALL. HELPLESS COUNTRY H 2 11/03/83 A 4 L 

MCniNNis. Gail , ,,., 

WHO'S A DEMAGOGUE? H 2 6/05/83 D 5 L 

MCKINNIS* RAY 

A STRANGE IDEA H 2 5/04/83 A 4 L 

MCCLURE-VOLKMER BILL ENDANGERS HUR LIVES H 2 12/01/93 A 5 L 

FIREARMS BILL WOULD CONTROL GJNS H 2 12/1A/83 A 4 L 

SUPREME COURT RUINING OUR NATION H 2 12/21/93 A 5 L 

MCKINNONi ED ICARRINGTON COACH) ^ , ,,,,,., , . „ , r„o 

MCKINNON MOLDS CARRINGTON COUjARS S 2 2/18/83 D 1 U CO") 

MCKISSICK. FLOYO JR. 

THE 'DREAM' PLUS 20 " 2 3/28/'!3 1 P F C19 

MCKISSICK. FLOYD SR. REV. , ,,,,„, , = „ ., 

BLACn LEADER STRESSES ECONOMIC CONCERNS H 2 5/12/93 C 5 P N 

MCKIVEO. mILLaRO IOECEASEQI , „,,„,„, , „ „ 

OBITUARY H 2 9/30/83 C 9 

MCKNIGHT, C. A. "PETE" IChaRlOTIE DBSERvERI ,, ,„, 

SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED " ^ 9/16/93 A 9 N 

THEY'RE TbO of a KIND' AND H= • S THINKING BIG H 2 9/04/83 C 1 P U H49 

20 PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY ShEEP " 2 3/09/83 A I P N A54 

DRUG ARRESTS CLIMB TO 21; RAH AIMED AT STREET DEALERS S 2 3/09/83 B 1 N F30 

MCKNIGHT, Tammy icantoni , , c/nc/oi r i m 

GIRL ATTACKED BY DOG 5 2 5/05/93 C 4 N 

MCKOY, CHRISTOPHER JONAS lOECEASEDI ,,-,„,o> = a n 

OBITUARY " 2 7/09/83 6 9 

MCKOY, SANDY (DECEASED) ,/,7/«-, r y n 

OBITUARY " 2 3/27/83 C 2 

MCLAIN, DENNIS ^ , a,,.,., . , , 

GOODWILL HAS CHANGED AND GROwM " 2 8/18/83 A 4 L 

MCLAUGHLIN, CARlA ,/•>,, = , a i o u n<. 

LADIES EYE GIRLS STATE TRACK TITLE H 2 4/24/83 B 4 = N C36 

HARD WORK PAYS OFF FOR STRIDES S' Champs h 2 6/26/83 B 1 P N C36 

MS. MCLAUGHLIN CLAIMS 3 GOLDS IN JR. OLYMPICS H 2 8/01/83 B 2 P N C36 

A LAOV WITH FLEET FEET " 2 8/03/83 A 4 t 

CARLA 'A PICTURE OF BEAUTY: P^Ri^ECT STRIDE, PERFECT FORM' H 2 8/07/93 8 I ' t fll 

DURHAM TAKES 000 PATH TO BIG SIX VOLLEYBALL LEAD " 2 '/25/B3 SB N C36 

CARLA MCLAUGHLIN NAMED A-A H 2 10/09/83 C 13 N 

MCLAURIN, HORACE „ , ,,,,,o, „ , r. 11 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: IN THE CIVIC CLUB WORLD M 2 1/13/83 B I U 

MCLEAN, BcLVEAR L. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



uoi .u..,. " 2 12/03/93 A 14 

obIJu;;; h 2 12/04/33 c 2 

MCLEAN, Charles a. .. , -ryoo/oi a , r» 1. 

FOLKS AROUNO HEBE: TmE WAY THINGS ARE " 2 7/09/83 B 1 D U 



MCLEAN, CORA ATKINSON (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 



MCLEAN, WILLIAM M. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



2 7/17/83 C 2 



MCLEAN. JOHN ALEXANDER (OECEASEDI „ , ,,,.,., a 7 n 

OBITUARY " 2 3/19/83 6 7 

' CRIMESTOPPtRS PROGRAM LEADS T) CHARGES H 2 9/14/83 B 1 N A54 

MCLEAN, PAULA IN.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE C MATHI wno/.-. <■ 1 >i cn-i 

STUDENT TO PRESENT DENTAL PAP=R S 2 3/09/83 B I N E05 

MCLEAN, WILLIAM JR. (GUILFORD CO, JAILER! ,,/„,/=, a 1 N 

GUILFORD JAILER SUSPENDED " 2 10/01/83 9 5 N 



2 7/21/83 C 16 



MCLEAR, RONALD , , q,,.,., . ■> 

EMERGENCY MEDICINE GROwS s 2 9/24/83 a 3 

MCLELLAN, BILL (CLFMSON «D1 „ , ,,.„,., » 4, 

ClEMSON faculty DISCUSSES FIRING OF AO MCLELLAN H 2 1/09/83 B 6 

THE ACC'S ROTTEN APPLE " 2 4/08/B3 C I 

MCLELLAN. ElIZabFTh s. (ChaPEL hIllI ,/,n/ai a •; 

CONTINUING CHALLENGE " 2 l/2n/"3 A 5 

COURT COSTS FOR UNWANTED CHIL3 •< 2 7/27/83 A 4 

MCLcLLAND, D. "arSh (JUDGE) 



pWWHtawnwfitlUIMfliF . 



MONTHLY/AN 



l/Ol/SJ - 



INDEX 



N 4 M E S 



JUDGE WON'T MAHf SPEEDY RULINL ON ANNEXATION SUIT 
JUDGE ORDERS ANNEXATION TRIAL 10 PROCEED 
ANNEXATION OPPONENTS PLAN APPEAL 

HCLENOQN, JAMES 

N.C. AUTHOR'S BOOK aECONES FIlM 

MCLENOON, SANDRA (HILLSIOE BASKETbALL COACHI 
HORNETS GET COED COACHING TEAX 

MCLEOO. INA K. IChaPEL HILLI 
GET THEN UMBRELLAS! 

MCLESTER, JOHNNIE BLUNT 

ex-TE»CHER PREACHES 'HUMAN RELATIONS' 
HELMS' PLAN GETS NEGATIVE REACTION 
CLAYMAN: medicare COSTS ARE C3NCERH 
COOPERATION HELPED SENIORS' CiLEBRATION 
REPRESENTATIVES NAMED 

MCHANUSi BRAD 

10 DAYS ON ICE IN GREENLAND 

MCMILLAN. JAMES B. (JUDGE I 

STATE MUST PAY PENALTIES FOR LATE PAYMENTS 

MCMILLAN. ROBERT T. (HOPE MILLS) 

GREEN AIDE SEEKS HELP ON OUI :aSE 

MCMURRAY. HARVEY 

DURHAM LAW OFFICERS BEGIN ROUNDUP IN BIG DRUG BUST 
JO PEOPLE HELD ON DRUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SHEEP 

MCMURRAY. STEWART T. (21S LYON ST. I 

GUNSHOT BLAST WOUNDS Twn DURHAM MEN 

MCMURRY, AVERY DR. (AMERICAN CANCEL SOCIErYl 

MORE MINORITY INPUT IS WANTED BY AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 

MCNAMARA. RAE 

PRISON OFFICIAL: 



PUBLIC IS SCARED 



MCNAMARA. ROBERT (FORMER DEFENSE SECRETARY! 
A-BOMB NEARLY EXPLODED IN N.C. 

MCNEAL. ANNIE 
OBITUARY 

MCNEAL. MICHAEL (LANCASTER ST.l 

COUPLE FACING ASSAULT CHARGES 

MCNEELY, DOUG 

MCNEELY QUITS DUKE TEAM 

MCNEIL. JAMES 

COUSIN INVOLVED IN SLAYING GETS 3-YEAR SUSPENDED TERM 

MCNEIL. LENEZ 

POLICE ARREST 5 IN HOUSE IN DJRHAM 
5 ARRESTED DURING RAID 

MCNEIL. LEROY (RALEIGHI 

WAKE DEPUTIES FIND 3RD BODY AT MCNEIL HOME 
WAKE PRISONER STABLE AFTER DRUG OVERDOSE 

MCNEIL. MARY ANN 

PURSE STOLEN; TWO ARRESTED 

MCNEIL. PECOLIA (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

MCNEIL. PENNIE FAYE PHARR (RALEIGHI 

WAKE DEPUTIES FIND 3R0 BODY AT MCNEIL HOME 

MCNEIL. ROBERT LEE 

20-YEAR TERM GIVEN IN a7-YE AR- OLD ' S DEATH 
SENTENCE GIVEN IN MAN'S DEATH 

MCNEILL. ALICE BURTON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MCNEILL. FRED 

BREAKTHROUGH WOULD CONSIDER JOINT TUTORING PROGRAM 
AGENCY MAY OPEN OFFICE IN PERSON 

MCNEILL. LOTTIE HILL REV. (OECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

MCNEILL. MYRTLE 

SCHOOLS WILL JOIN U.S. 



CELEBRATION 



MCNEILL. TODD (SANFORDI 

8 CHARGED WITH DRUG OFFENSES 

MCNEILL. WILLIAM L. (COLUMBUS CO.) 
SCHOOL SUIT SETTLEMENT URGED 

MCNICHT, ELIZABETH ' 

BABY DELIVERED IN SPEEDING VA-l 

MCPARTLAND. MARIAN (JAZZ PIANIST) 
MCPARTLANO UNDERRATED 
DUKE FESTIVAL TO HONOR JAZZ G'EAT 
NEW RELEASES RECALL JAZZ SESSIONS AROUND N.C. 

MCPHATTER. SAMUEL 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED 

MCPHERSON. CHARLES (712 S. BUCHANA>I ) 

POLICE ARREST 2 MORE MEN IN RIBBERY OF FOOD STORE 

MCPHERSON. WILL (WILLIAM V. III! 
WELCOME TO 'VISIT VISION' 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE WEE SET 

MCPIKE. OEBI (HILLSBOROUGH) 
YULE SHARING 

MCOUAIG. WILLIAM 

JURY BEING NAMED FOR MUROFR T' I AL 
JURY PICKEO FOR MCQUAIG MURDER TRIAL 
POLICE TESTIFY GUN LINKED TO 3EATM 
ROBRERY COUNT DROPPED IN MURDER TRIAL 
JURY GETS 2ND-0FGREE MURDER T1IAL 
JURY TO SLEEP ON MURDER CASE 



N F 
P 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P SYL 



S 2 3/On/n3 A 1 
H 2 3/0<?/n3 B I 
S 2 3/10/R3 A 1 



S2 'I/D1/83C 5 
H 2 9/28/83 a 3 
H 2 2/10/83 A 4 



N K90 
N 351 
N K90 



N 

N C36 

L 



S 2 1/08/83 A 3 P F M2 3 

S 2 1/28/83 A 1 N Sa3 

S 2 5/14/83 A 3 P N EOS 

S 2 5/13/83 A 4 L 

S 2 6/15/83 A I 8 N 



H 2 4/03/83 C 1 P U H49 
H 2 2/04/83 B 5 N 
H 2 6/19/83 A LO N 



S 2 3/08/83 A I N 

H 2 3/09/83 A I P N A54 



S 2 10/20/83 C 1 N 

H 2 10/31/83 A 3 N B30 

S 2 4/08/83 C 1 N F3D 

S 2 9/15/83 A 1 P N 

H 2 1/27/83 CIS 

H 2 7/21/83 C 15 N 

H 2 1/12/83 C 3 N 

H 2 5/25/83 A 6 N S82 



H 2 1/09/83 A 12 
S 2 1/10/83 A 6 



S 2 4/23/83 A 
H 2 6/05/83 A 



H 2 2/03/83 A 1 1 



H 2 3/10/83 C 14 
H 2 3/11/83 C 8 



S 2 4/23/83 A 1 



H 2 5/24/83 B 1 N S82 
S 2 5/24/83 A 3 N F30 



H 2 4/15/83 C 



H 2 7/20/83 A 9 N W24 
H 2 12/03/83 e I N 881 



H 2 9/28/83 A 9 D 

S 2 11/01/83 6 1 N COS 

H 2 12/11/83 C 5 N 

S 2 4/19/83 B 8 N 

H 2 5/01/83 A 18 N 



H 2 2/11/83 B 5 P R 566 
S 2 4/07/83 1 P F B71 
H 2 5/27/83 12 R S66 



S 2 1/03/83 C 2 
H 2 9/02/83 A 9 



H 2 4/12/83 A I P F B30 
H 2 5/10/83 B 1 D U 



H 2 12/01/83 A 



S 2 3/28/83 A 5 

H 2 3/29/83 B 7 

S 2 3/29/83 B 1 

H 2 3/30/83 C 1 

S 2 3/30/83 B 1 

H 2 3/31/83 B 1 



N F30 
N B5I 
N F30 
N B51 
N F30 
N B51 



(640- MONTHLY/AN-'iUAL INDEX BY NAMES 

1/01/83 - U/31/S3 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

MCQUAIC JURY OEAOLaCKS S 2 3/31/33 CI N F 30 

JURY CAN'T AGREE IN SLAYING T^ lAL H 2 4/01/83 8 1 N B5 I 

SECONO MUROER TRIAL BEGINS H 2 5/03/83 A 10 N 

MCaUAIC TRIAL GETS UNDER UAY 5 2 5/03/83 B 1 N 

STATE RESTS CASE IN MURDER TRIAL H 2 5/05/83 B 5 N 

HCJUAIC TESTIMONY ENDS S 2 5/05/83 C 1 N F30 

MCOUAIG MURDER JURY PAUSES M 2 5/06/83 A 16 N S82 

JURY HAS MCOUAIG CASE S 2 5/06/83 C I N 

2N0 HUNG JURY ENDS MCOUAIG SL'YING TRIAL H 2 5/07/83 A 10 N S82 

2HD MISTRIAL DECLARED S 2 5/07/83 A 3 N 

MCOUAIG GETS SIX YEARS. DATE FOR 3R0 MURDER TRIAL H 2 7/2<)/83 B 1 N 582 

MAN GETS PRISON TERM S 2 7/2<)/83 A 5 N 

TEEN GETS 4 YEARS FOR ASSAULT H 2 8/24/83 8 1 N SB2 

MCOUAY* VICKIE 

THEY'LL STUDY IN IRELAND THIS YEAR H 2 9/11/83 E 2 P F J40 

MCQUEEN, COZELL IN.C. STATE BASKETBALL PLAYERI 

MCaUEEN'S FREE THROWS RESCUE STATE S 2 2/21/83 D 3 P U D18 

MCOUEEN'S ROLE NO EX AGGE RAT !0>l H 2 4/03/83 B 3 P U 071 

MCQUEEN'S BEST LIFTS HOLFPACK S 2 4/04/83 D 2 P N DIB 

MCQUEEN, ROGER L. 

PRISON OFFICIAL GOES TO BAT FOR A MURDERER TURNED HERO H 2 1/20/83 A 1 N BB 1 

HUNT SEEKS EARLY PAROLE FOR MJROERER S 2 1/22/83 A 15 N 

COURAGEOUS INMATE MERITS EARLY PAROLE S 2 1/27/83 A 4 E 

HUNT AIDE HULLS MCQUEEN CASE H 2 3/30/83 A ■) N 881 

HUNT WON'T COMMUTE INMATE'S SENTENCE S 2 5/25/83 A 2 N 

INMATE DENIED CLEMENCY H 2 5/26/83 B 1 N PBl 

CLEMENCY NOT MERITED S 2 6/02/83 A 4 E 

MCQUEEN IN PROTECTIVE CUSTODY FOR DAY H 2 11/25/83 C 16 N 

MCQUISTON, MARGARET BLAIR ,, „,„, „ , „ 

CONTRIBUTIONS BRING PLAUDITS TO SCHOLAR H 2 5/29/83 D 3 P U H45 

HCRAFb jQhn w« 

HUMANISTS ARE NOT ALLIES OF CHRISTIANS H 2 2/16/83 A 5 L 

SOVIETS LIE TO FURTHER THE REVOLUTION H 2 9/16/83 A 4 L 

""^""sTUDENrHlLPS AT CENTER S 2 4/27/83 B 1 P F E05 

MCSWAIN, JOSEPH ATLAS SR. IDECEASEDI , „,,.,., r n 

OBITUARY H 2 8/26/83 C 9 

MCVICKER. JOHN C. lYMCA OIRECTORI , ,„,,o, „ „ ., 

TEXAS MAN NAMED HEAD OF DURHAM Y H 2 4/03/83 A 9 P N 

MCWhORTER, BOB (CONCQRDI , , , ,., , 

QUADRIPLEGIC LIBRARIAN WRITES NOVELS. HOPES TO TEACH SOMEDAY S 2 9/16/83 C 6 F 

MEACHEM, EDWARD TYRONE (WILSON) , ,, , 

THREE SENTENCED IN BEATING DEATH OF 13-YEAR-QLD H 2 4/27/83 B 4 N 

MEADOWS, ANN MITCHELL IHARKER'S I SL AND I 

OBITUARY H 2 5/16/83 8 5 

OBITUARY H 2 5/17/83 B 7 

MEADOWS. ETTA L. ,,,=,„,,, 

SCHOOL PROMOTIONS H 2 1/D5/83 A 4 L 

MEADOWS, JACQUELINE FLORANCE (NCSS'l TEACHERI , ,„, „ . 

SCIENCE-MATH SCHOOL TEACHER ON COLLEGE BOARD COMMITTEE H 2 11/21/83 A 10 N 

MEAOOWS, WILBERT RAY ( W INSTON-SAL EM 1 , _ , . 

FOOD STAMPS SAID TRADED FOR D5UGS H 1 7/20/83 B 1 N 

TONGUE-TIED AT THE TOP H 2 7/11/83 B 2 P P 

MEAGHER THINKS POSITIVE S 2 7/13/83 B 1 J U 018 

MEAGHER PLAYS ROLE IN 'CANADIAN STORY' H 2 7/17/83 B 1 " ^ £52 

DUKE'S MEAGHER FINDS NICHE IN BLUE-CHIP WORLD H 2 12/03/83 B 2 P F M71 

HEARS. PAM (DURHAM CO. GENERAL HOSPITALI , „,,,,», o , 

HOSPITAL SETTING UP UNIT FOR AGED H 2 9/14/83 B 1 N 

MEASAMER, MARY (SANFORDl ^ , ,/,-./ = , . , ■, 

CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED IN STABBING H 2 1/12/83 A 12 N 

MEBANE, G. YANCEY OR. , ,,,.,.,, , ,, ^^„ 

ALAMANCE PARAMEDICS EXTEND 'E1ERGENCY ROOM TO FIELD' H I 6/18/83 CI N H60 

MEBANE, MARY i , , ,,,^,., . ,, „ 

THE LITERARY LANTERN S 2 7/16/83 » I' U 

MARY, WAYFARER IS PERCEPTIVE, CANDID H 2 7/17/83 3 R U H45 

MEBANE SPEAKING S 2 9/27/83 C 1 N 

MEBANE, W. H. JR. (BUFFALO. N.Y.I ,,/,^,=i . ,7 o m 

DURHAM NATIVE GETS HOSPITAL POST IN N.Y. S 2 11/16/83 A 17 P N 

MECHANIC, GERALD L. DR. ( UNC DENTAL RESEARCH! .,„«,», r ,„ u 

SAVING ASTRONAUT'S BONE AIM OF WORK H 2 5/05/83 C 10 N 

MEDINA, MARTHA RAE HENDRICKS 1DECEA5E01 ^ , ,,no/o> o ^ n 

OBITUARY n 2 4/09/83 8 4 

MEDINA, MIGUEL A. JR. OR. ,-./,i/oi . a m 

OR. MEDINA RECEIVES AWARD FOR RESEARCH 5 2 12/31/83 A 8 N 

MEDLEY. NORMA JEAN UPSHER (BURLINGTQNI , , ,,,,,., „ , „ 

BURLINGTON WOMAN INJURED AS SEVERAL RIFLE SHOTS FIRED H 1 1/12/83 B 1 N 

MEDLEY. W. R. REV. (FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCHI ,,,^,=, . = m 

CHURCH USES SHUTTLE PLAN FOR MEETINGS H 2 3/26/83 A 9 N 

MEDLIN, EARL WAYNE ^ , ,,,,,., , i u 

TRUCK SMASHES INTO BUILDING H 2 7/24/83 C 1 N 

MEDLIN, JOHN (WACHOVIAI ,/„,/ = , r, i r, u 

A 'CRUCIAL' YEAR AHE AD--MEDL H H 2 4/03/83 D 10 N 

MEDLIN, SHERYL L. IRALEIGHI , ,,,.,., , „ „ 

RALEIGH WOMAN FOUND SLAIN IN HATHTU8 H 2 3/29/83 J ' f; 

POLICE SEEKING CLUES IN SLAYI-(G OF WOMAN H 2 J/JO'^S? 
OBITUARY 



2 3/30/83 C 



COUPLE Charged in raleigh slaying h 2 6/19/83 c lo n 

•STATISTICal'ouIRK ' CITED IN DUMBER OF LAYOFFS IN FEB. H 2 3/11/83 A 6 N 

MEEKS, RUTH LEE BURNETTE (DECEASEDI ^ , ,.,,„,„, = , n 

OBITUARY H 2 10/29/83 B 4 

OFFICIALS IN N.C. LASH MEESE'S COMMENTS H 2 12/10/83 C 2 N 

MEESE: LEI IHEH BUY CAKE! (CARTOONI H 2 12/13/83 A 4 T r 



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eO MEESf MPftUDENT BUT NOT [ NA CCUH A Tc . . - 

MEESE NOT TOTALLY OFF BASE 

POLITICS SHOULDN'T TAINT STUDY OF HUNGER IN U.S. 

MEGREDY, HAROLD n. (MINE (. OUARHY IIVISIONI 
NINf, QUARRY DIVISION OFFICIAL NAMED 

MEHRIOGE> ROBERT IJUDGEI ,, ,,,^ 

DATE SET FOR SUIT IN GREENSBORO KLAN KILLINGS 



MEISELMANi IRA (CHARLOTTEI 

CLOSELY HELD CORPORATION 



GUIDELINES' SET BY COURT 



MEISELMANi MICHAEL ICHARLOTTFI 

CLOSELY HELD CORPORATION 'GUIOELINES' 



SET BY COURT 



MEISNE". GERALD H. lUNC-G PHYSICS PROFESSORI 

GUILFORD REPORT DESCRIBES HAV3C N-BLAST WOULO CAUSE 

MELGES. FREDERICK T. OR. I PSYCH I AT» I S T I 

UMF: A BLESSING ANO A CURSE, PSYCHIATRIST SAYS 
STRESS CREATES NEW CHALLENGES , ,„ 

GRIEF OVER LOVED ONE'S DEATH SHOULDN'T BE LOCKED AJAY 
COUNSELING, DRUG THERAPY SAID HELPING TREAT FEAR OF PUBLIC PLACES 

MELLOW, SAMUEL I SNOW CAMPl 

ALAMANCE MAN CHARGED IN ROBBEt Y 

MELOSH, BARBARA 

NEWS FOOD FOR THOUGHT 

MELTON, euRT (FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANKI 

BRIGHT CHRISTMAS SEEN BY FUNB FOR EASTERN N.C. 

MELTON, ROBERT LEROY ITEXA5I ,, ,^ 

HUNT GETS CABINET OFFER HE C fi PROBABLY REFUSE 

MELTZER, MORTON , , 

CONFISCATE CARS FROM DRUNKEN IRIVERS 

MELVIN, ANNIE (HOME BURNED) 

DURHAM FIRE LEVELS HOME, WARE40USES 

DREAM-COME-TRUE BECOMES NIGHTMARE 

FIREFIGHTERS RECEIVE PRAISE 

INVESTIGATION CONTINUES INTO FIRE AT WAREHOUSES 

VAGRANTS BLAMED IN WAREHOUSE FIRE 

CITY TO HELP WOMAN RELOCATE AFTER BLAZE 

MAKING SOAP 

MELVIN, JAMES lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

''^'■*"0fF-0UTY''Pi0'sT0PS KIDNAPPING ATTEMPT 

MELVIN, SONYA RENEE I FA YE TTEV ILLE I 
UNC COEDS KILLED IN ALAMANCE 

"""^"FINiuSTS UST^FOR FAKE FOREST POST OUERIEO 
WAKE PRESIDENT SEARCH NARROWER TO 2 CHOICES 

MENACHE, JACOUE ICARRBOROl , ,„ ^,^^ ,, 

ART AS BUSINESS: HOW 'SOMETHING TO FIRE HIS 

MENCER, LEONARD 

PREACHERS AND CRITICS 
DURHAM MAN SEEKS DONATIONS 

"^""'gSaRO; SiKE'pOWER VITAL DUKINS BLACKOUT 

MENSCH, FRANK (CUMMING5 H. S. B ASE-l ALL COACH I ,„,„., 

JUDGE BARS BURLINGTON MAN FROM SCHOOL SPORTS EVENTS 

MERCER, ERNESTINE COUNCIL IDECEASE3I 
OBITUARY 

MERCER, LAURA A. (WILMINGTON MORNING STAR REPORTER! 
REPORTER WON'T GIVE UP NOTES 

MERCER, MICHAEL CPL. (VALE) 

N.C. FAMILIES WAIT — AND HOPE 
N.C. SOLDIERS DEAD ANO ALIVE 

MERCER, RENDELL FRANTZ (SUPPLYI . 

FEDERAL ESCAPEES REMAIN AT LASGE cr.occr 

GENERAL SEARCH CONTINUES FOR SRANVILLF ESCAPEES 
AREA SEARCHED FOR ESCAPEE 

iSfSSSl^?E^J'Sy|?R?g5Ti^'p;;Sf^l OF TWO GlfANVILLE ESCAPEES 
ONE OF GRANVILLE ESCAPEES IS CAPTURED IN BALTIMORE 
AUTHORITIES NAB ESCAPEE 

MEREDITH, PEIO (DAVinSON CO.l 
HUD MAY HAVE RURAL 3IAS 

MERICLE, JANE (OUKE MEDICAL ^I^IER NUR5EI 

HOSPITAL FRIENDS PREP KIDS F0< SURGERY 



UNO' GREW INTO CARRBORO. 



HERKEL, JIM 

EDITOR lAL 



'R IGHT ON TARGET' 



MERKEL, MADELEINE (CHAPEL HILLI 
ORITUARY 

MERONEY, J. STANLEY III (ADVANCE) 

MAYBEPRY FAN CLUB ALIVE, GROWING 

MERRIFIELO, PILL (WAKE FOREST BASEBALL) 
MERRIFIELD CONTINUES ACC RAMPAGE 

•"'"'llUT.l'l.'il k:t'{VAljV}^im> HIM INTFRPRFTER 

MERRITT, BRIAN KEITH (SPRING LAKE) 
3 SOLDIERS DIE IN ACCIDENT 

MERRITT, CARLTON BERNARD 

MAN HELD FOR BURGLARY 

MERRITT, JAMES EDWARD ( PH I L AOEL PH lA 1 
OBITUARY 

MERRITT, JENNIE BEST (CHAPEL MILL) 
OBITUARY 



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•MESSENGER. GARY (NORTH AMERICAN VIJEO LTD. I 
WIOEO TAPE DEALER FEARS PROPOSED CHANGE 

END TO XANOATORY RET1RE"ENT U'GED 

"ESSER. ROGER 

HEARING TONIGHT ON CONOOS 
RIGHT TO SPEAK DENIED „,,„,tcc 

AGREEMENT MAY ENO SUBDIVISION DISPUTES 
COUNCIL ACCEPTS LAUREL BILLS VGREEMENT 
CANE CREEK RESERVOIR NOT NEEOFO 

MESSER, ROY IBREVARDI , ., „ 

HE'S THE BARBER AT THIS NEWS STAND 

"^^"^A'pRicIICAj^anHEMIAN IS SUBJECT OF ONE-MAN SHOW 
EINSTFIN IS -STILL SOMETHING SPECIAL' 
SfTZGER TO PERFORM IN SHOW TOMORROW 
METZGER HAS RIGHT FORMULA FOR SHOW 



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'SUBSTANCES' TOXIC. TOO 



MEYER, PHILIP E. 

KLANSMAN SAYS 



(E'S BEING IGNOEO 



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MEYER, T. SPENCER (CHAPEL HILLl 
OBITUARY 

''^"^"i' APPOINTMENTS, ONE PROMOTION MADE AT DUKF 

MICHAEL. DAVID CARL JR. I GU ILFg(;0 C 0. I 
SON CHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING 

MICHAEL, OAVID CARL SR. (GUILFORD :0.> 
SON CHARCFO IN FATAL SHOOTING 

MICHAEL, KAMMIE (DURHAM MQRNING MERALOl .^„„, 

TWO YEARS AFTER MUGGING, 'I'M STILL ANGRY' 
THANKS FOR HELP IN SON'S SURG'RY 

MUGGING VICTIM SHOULDN'T LET FEAR CONTROL mER 
WHEN SOMEONE MUGS TQU, ANGER IS NATURAL 

'""li?!'lfNKi';iE^ TlJ?H'-?K?i''sU^JEc1''0F APPOINTMENTS WITH THE DENTIST 
MFG EXPRESSES HERSELF WITH CLTThES 
MEG'S NEVER TOO SICK FOR LUNCH 
IN MICHAELS' HOUSEHOLD FOOD TIGHTS ARE CuMMON 

:ir^'ol''lh'd'sh"^»oo'o''l.l"'lhUn^io.cES family outings, cabin fever 

MOVE HAS GAIL DEPRESSED „ ., ,,^^ 

MEG WANTS BABY SISTER BUT PARENTS OON'T AGREE 

FAMILY'S GARAGE SEEMS SOURCE IF JUNK, FIGHTS 

MEG PREFERS BEING A STAR TO B-ING A TREE 

2ACHARY, MOM BATTLE IT OUT 

POTTY TRAINING IS 'TERRIBLE HARD' 

PROBLEMS: IT NEVER RAINS, BUT IT POURS 

IS THERE NO PEACE LEFT FOR MOTHERS? 

2ACHAPY STAYS PUT IN HIS CRIB 

LEAVING FAMILY IS TIRING TNIN". TO 00 

NIGHT OUT IS ONE TO REMEMBER 

SON'S INDEPENDENCE RATTLES SO^ E NfRVcS ^.„,,, 

CULINARY QUESTS RESULT IN AN ' NQU I S I T I VB FAMIL Y 

OLDER CHILDREN ARE NEVER TOO 3IG FOR MOM'S HUGS 

LIVING Through language 'lessons' 

GAIL TO START 'RENT-A-KIO' 
MEG'S PlRENTS ARE BIGGEST PROBLEMS 
COMMUNICATION IS MEG'S MAIN CONCERN 
THE EASTER nuNNY ISN'T HER FAVORITE 
2ACHARY DEFINES LITTLE BOYS 
DO-IT-YOURSELF COST GAIL PLENTY 
MAYBE IT JUST WASN'T THE YEAR TO 
NOTHING CAN MAKE MEG HURRY 
BIRTHDAY TRIGGERS CELEBRATION 

ll'!'£iS?°L"r^R^'?2?'"?p?;L"o? iir^Scl^riJ^r^Js o-n neighborhood 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO 2ACHARY 

OON'T BLAME MEG, SHE'S TRYING 

ALL-THUMBS TRY TO MATCH GREEN 

ZACHARY'S LFARNED TO KEEP MEG IN LINE 

JACHARY BORROWS MEG'S NOTIONS ,,,„, 

YARD SALE ATTRACTS LOTS OF CHARACTERS ,cj,.,r 

IN SPRING A WOMAN'S FANCY TURNS TO LOVE AND SEWING 

GAIL COOKS UP MANY WAYS TO EAT OUT 

NEW BATHING SUITS ARE NOT SO SUITABLE 

REFUND WILL BOOST GNP 

LIFE AROUND KIDS IS NEVER TOO PEACEFUL 

MEG WANTS TO 00 IT ALL — SOMEII MES r.e^Tcc 

WITH A KID LIKE MEG AROUND. H? R MOM NEEDS NO ENEMIES 

RAIN, RAIN GO AWAY... , „ ,,,c 

CABLE TELEVISION IS THE SUBJEIT OF BATTLE 

iHILE PARENTS ARE AWAY THE BA- Y S I TTER WI LL PL A Y 

MEi; WAS A WHOLE TEAM BUT ZACHaRY'S MORE PERSISTENT 

MEG IS GETTING CHANCE TO PRACTICE MANNERS 

ZACHARY'S 'MONSCERS' SEEM TO LIKE TROUBLE 

YES, ZAfHARY, THERE'S NO SANTA CLAuS IN JULY 

ZACHARY'S 'PAL' ENJOYS BEING^AO 

KIDS PLUS SPANKING EQUALS LOTS OF GUILT 

HER HOUSE PSYCHOLOGIST HAS A -jcART 

^gSr;ijriEc'Jifi'c^reSlEN"'jR?i?f"!i^J.ro«ED .s closely as the first 

SIBLING RIVALRY REARS ITS TROJBLESOME HEAD 

ZACHART AND DISC IPLINE 

WOOLY LITTLE RAISINS IMPETUS 

HE'S CREATIVE ABOUT RESTING .„.^„. 

PHILLIP'S NO MATCH FOR ZACHARY'S 'PACY' 

rieLl^si'fA;?v^R^fF^7sSKSsJ?i''!sTRR^'i'i:E'i;!S5i for labor-saving... 

SaR'iiG''T^ESr?."!3'kl°RESPQ.SIBLE ISN'T ALL THAT SIMPLE 

OUKES warp ZACHARY'S ATTITUDE 

GAIL CAST A NEGATIVE VOTE fO« f »« ' t J, "1°, , ,, 

IT'S OK FOR PARENTS TO MAKE KIDS fEec GUILTY 

SON'S VOCABULARY LEAVES A LOT TO BE OESIREO 

GETTING OLD JUST 'TOO HARO • 

2ACHARY DEVELOPS MIS FASHION TASTES 



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1 N U E X 
1/Ol/al - 12/3L7B3 



SKUBfS: STUPID. BUT INNOCUOUS 

KNOCK-KNOCK JOKES T«KE TOLL OH MJTmFR'S SANITY 

IT'S CUBTAINS FOR GAIL AND HE) FAHELY 

GAIL TREATS CHILDREN TO SPECIAL DINNER BUT GETS TRICKED 

ZachaRY got GAIL'S GENES 

'ACCEPT IT AS ATTRACTIVE TRASI' 

WINTER LEAVES HIM COLO 

ART IS HORE THAN A H03BY 

MFG AND SPELLING DON'T "IK 

WOHFN WITH CHILDREN CAN NEVER KEEP THE HOUSE OR THE KIDS CLEAN 

IT'S A GOOD THING PIZZA HAS ON THE MENU 

GRASS SEEDS 'SEWN' INDOORS HE^ BEST BET 

LIFE'S NOT FASY, BUT ALWAYS INTERESTING 

THIS DAUGHTER'S PUSHING MOM 

LIGHTS. CAMERA AND ACTION! 

THANK GOODNESS FOR FAMILY 'PRTBLEMS' 

SOCIAL GRACES PROVE PROBLEM FIR ZACHARY 

PHILLIP DOESN'T KNOW WHAT 200 IS 

GAIL LEARNS SOME VALUABLE LESSONS 

MONDAY GUESTS WREAK HAVOC ON EQUILIBRIUM 

A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME IS HARD TO EXPLAIN 

CHILDREN KNOW ART OF CHOOSING TREE 

HO. HO. HO. HAPPY HOLIDAYS?: 

GAIL'S DREAMING OF A PIC CHRISTMAS 

LEAVE SANTA IN CHRISTMAS 

HEC'S SLIPPERS SPARK CONFRONTATIJN WITH MOM 

MICHAUI. ERIC 

ARSON INVESTIGATED 

MICHtUX. H. M. "MICKFY" JR. 

CENTER. WILSON FIRING TOP PIC<S OF '3J 

MICHAUX FAVORS BILL TO CUT 2NT PRIMARIES 

MICHAUX NAMED TO NCCU BOARD 

MICHAUX NAMED TO NCCU BOARD 

NCCU TRUSTEE: BOARD OF GOVERNORS TOO POWERFUL 

MICHAUX SAYS HE MAY RUN FOR GIVEHNOR 

MICHAUX FUIURF RESTS ON FUNDS 

NEW LAWS EXPECTED TO BRING OUT VOTERS 

MICHAUX. SPAULOING MAY RUN 

TWO CHOSEN FOR BOARO COMMITTED 

BLACKS HOPE TO WIN N.C., CONG* £ S S I ONAL RACES IN '8". 

MICHAUX. SIMMONS ON PANfL 

ATTY. GEN. CANDIDATE DROPS OUT 

BARBER'S WITHDRAWAL SPURS MIC-IAUX INTFREST 

MICHAUX. SPAULOING EYE RACES FOR CONGRESS. A.G. 

MICHAUX'S POLITICAL PLANS RELY ON FUND-RAISER 

MICKELSON, DOLLY STANSBURY 
OBI TUARY 

HICkENS. GUS JR. 

EVANGELIST FROM DURHAM INDICTED JN GUN CHARGES 
MINISTER INOICTEO FOR WEAPONS 

DURHAM PREACHER PLEADS INNOCENT TD GUN CHARGES 
DURHAM 'BISHOP' ORDERED EXAMINED BEFORE SENTENCING 
MICKENS' PROBATION HINGES ON EVALUATION 



NAMES 



PACL [OJ 
1/17/8', 



MICKEY. PAUL OR. 

AIRING IT OUT: RELIGION SHOW TEAMS PROF. 



DISC JOCKEY 



MICkLE, JOHN 

FIVE ELECTED TO CHAMBER BOARD SEATS 

ALL-AMERICA CITY NEWS EXPECTE3 TO BE GOOD 

NOW IT'S official: DURHAM HAS JOINED ELITE GROUP 

DURHAM HONORED AT WHITE HOUSE 

MARKHAM URGES CONTINUED PROGR'SS IN CITY 

WHAT DURHAM TOLO JUDGES 

HIS PERCEPTION 'CLUE' FOR PROJECT 

JOHN MICKLE: ARCHITECT OF PRIIE 

MICKLE: TOO EARLY TO TELL ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF AWARD 

MIGMFLLS. JAMES (CHATHAM CO.) 

CROUP WANTS TO BLOCK TRANSFER OF ANIMALS 

SHOWDOWN ON WILD ANIMALS TONIGHT 

DANGEROUS ANIMALS 

TAR HEELS BORN AND BRED. .. BAC< -YARD ZOOS A GROWING DREAD 

MIHM. SHARON ANN SISTER (IMMACULATA SCHOOL) 
PRINCIPAL NAMED AT IMMACULATA 

MILAN. BILLY GENE 

AVERY TELLS NEW BUDDY 



I AM STILL IN WAR' 



MILBOURNf. JEFFREY 

WITH CLASSIC HELP BOY LIVES 

MILBURN. MARY O'BRIEN lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MILITELLO, MARK 

VARIETY SPICE OF MILITELLO'S LIFE AT DUKE 

MILLAR, LAURIE (TEMPTATIONS BAKERYI 

TEMPTATIONS: AND ONE WITH A RJM-PRALINE BAVARIAN FILLING OVER CHOCOLATE 

MILLER. CARRIE BELLAMY (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MILLER. ETHEL TILLEY (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MILLER. FRANCIS TERRENCE DR. ICHAPEL MILLI 
OBI TUARY 

MILLER. FREDERICK VAUGHN JR. (HILLSBOROUGH) 

SHE NOTICED HIM AND HE NOTICJEO HER FROM FIRST 

MILLER. GARY HANSFORD (ASHEVILLEI 

2 MEN SENTENCED FOR KIONAPPINj 
U.S. ATTORNEY IS THREATENED WITH CONTEMPT 
PROBE OF BUNCOMBE ALLEGATIONS CONTINUES 
SLAYING PLEA BARGAIN REJECTED 

MILLER. GEORGE 

DURHAM'S 5 LEGISLATORS FACE TIGHT STATE BUDGET 

COUNTY DELEGATION PLEASED WIT^ POSSIBLE ASSIGNMENTS 

AREA LEGISLATORS' COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 

DURHAM'S FIVE LEGISLATORS GET 'PRIZE' APPOINTMENTS 

DURHAM-ORANGE LAWMAKERS PICKED TO HEAD COMMITTEES 

MILLER OFFERING BILL ON SPLITTING POWERS TODAY 

MILLER PANEL GETS POWER REDEAL BILL 

CITIZEN APPROVAL SAID KEY TO FATE OF LOTTERY 

MILLER BILL SEEKS TO DITCH NEW BUILDING 

GETTING LEGISLATORS TOGETHER 

MILLER PLAN MAY HELP CHECK LESISLATIVE GROWTH 







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l/Cl/31 - 12/31793 



NAMES 



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■FILLER 

90YAI.L 

PANEL 

HOUSE 

COUNCI 

SEPAHA 

CiEST 

STATE 

OURHAM 

UNEMPL 

MIDWIf 

OAT-CA 

MIQMIF 

FUNDS 

SELECT 

DURHAM 

OUR 

ANTI-S 

PANEL 

MILLER 

BARBS 

OFF ICI 

HOUSE 

MOUSE 

PASSAG 

SALES 

MILLER 

DURHAM 

LEGISL 
MILLER 
MILLER 
MILLER 
LEGISL 
ENO PA 



SEEKS 

SAYS R 

ASTS ■il 

OKS MIL 

VOTES T 

L CA^T 

TION OF 

ST., HA 

MEOICAI 

LEGISL 

OYMENT 

E BATTu 

RE LICE 

E BILL 

SOUGHT 

ION OF 

L AHMAK 

LEGISL 

LAVERY 

APPROVE 

. PULLE 

FLY OUR 

ALS SAY 

FAVORS 

APPROVE 

E OF 91 

TAX hU 

■S BILL 

AREA S 

aTIVE S 

TO M'L 

NAMED 

IS ON 

aTIVE p 

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TO EN 
FSJLT 
Th LE 
LER'S 
STUI 

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INSUR 
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BILL 
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FEOE 



D 'OIVIOEO H 
S OF LOTTERY 
GISLATORS s; 

BUILDING R? 
DY MOVING OF 

E uN hessag; 

RS BILL PAC< 
N AGENDA 
GET MAY BE : 

'lOT SURE P' 
ANCE PROPOSA 
MS IN LEGISL 
XEMPTION AP5 
ES KEY POINT 
NO PARK 

SITE SH0UL3 
ORESEE SALAI 

AGREE BUDGE 
SUPPORT OES; 
L TO CHANGE 
K RAISING AS 
AX PLAN HAG3 

HILL BOOST 
S DISPOSAL 1 
L ALLOTTING 
ALS LIPS OF 
DENS POOR. 1 
BE MOST MOME 

HIGH IN AS5 
N SAW COMPL: 
OE STUDY OF 
MMISSION 
TIONS PANEL 
STUDYING EFF 
RAL GRANT fl 



ouse- 

STUOY SHOULD BE REPORTED SOON 
GIN 
SOLUTION 

Fices 

S 3UITE A PUNCH 

UT BY V9C MILL ION 

OPERTY BILL TO BE INTRODUCED 

L DRAWS CRITICISM 

ATURE 

ROVED 

S 

BE LEFT TO MOM 
Y HIKES 

T DEBATE TO BE HEATED 
RVES CONGRATULATIONS 
BINGO REGULATIONS 

E LIMIT FOR USE OF SEAT RESTRAINTS 
LING 

PHONE RATES 
ILL 

1215,000 FOR ENO RIVER PARK 
ASSEMBLY'S EMPLOYEES 
OYALL SAYS 
NTOUS 
EMBLY 
X ISSUES 
COMPUTERS 



ECT OF CC"PUTERS ON PUBLIC RECORDS 
R MORE LAND 



MILLER, GLENN CANGIERI 

KLAN LEADER ANNOUNCES HIS CANnlDACY 

KLAN LEADER WANTS PROBE OF VHLENCE 

KLAN CANOIOAIE CLAIMS HE'S NOT TREATED FAIRLY 

KLANSMAN SAYS HE'S BEING IGNORED 

"ILLER. HEATHER ROSS IBAOIN) 

FIVE PEOPLE PRESENTED NORTH CAROLINA Awards 

MILLER, HERSEY OR. I S TA TESV ILL6 1 

DOCTORS DONATE SERVICES TO HE. p ANTIGUA CHILDREN 

MILLER, J. IRwIN (NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER TRUSTEE) 
INDUSTRIALIST HEADS HUMANITIES BOARD 

MILLER. JAMES (COLUMBIA, S.C.I 

2 MEN CONVICTED OF SHOOTING OFFICER 

MILLER, JERRY LEE (SPARTANBURG, S .C . I 
N.C. FUGITIVE IS LOCATED 

""■'""rIENDSHIP ASIDE; ROCKETS' DAVIS, TIGERS' MILLER ON OPPOSITE SIDES. 
TIGERS FRUSTRATING TO STRUGGLING BULLDOGS 
TIGERS BUCK SHORTAGES OF EXPEDIENCE AND INCHES 

METICULOUS TIGERS ATTEND TO DETAILS , „ , 

MILLER, PARRI5H LET PLAUDITS JOLL AS TIGERS. SPARTANS MOVE ALONG 
CLASS ACT: MILLER'S TIGERS FACE CHALLENGE 

MILLER. KIM ( YAOK INVlLLE 1 

MAN IS INDICTED IN TnO SLAYINJS 
MAN CONVICTED OF Two SLAYINCS 

MILLER. L. A. DR. (AME 2I0N BISHOPI 

FAyEITEvILLE minister EPISCOPAL CANDIDATE 

MILLER, LARRY (CARRBORO HERBALIST! 

M^RBS; HERBALISTS TEACH CLASSES ON MEDICINAL USE 

MILLER, LESSIE GILBERT (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

MILLER, LULA B. (CHARLOTTE NURSE) 

DISCRIMINATION RULING RFJFCTEO 

MULFR. MARC DR. 

LET'S PROTEST THE RAW DEAL 

MILLER, MARK (TRANSACTORS) 

TRANSACTORS WING IT WITH IMPROVS 

MILLER, MARJUES RYAN IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

""•'■"'TRin^DF''TMLB2ci(s1'"«ClNT0SH ONLY A PORTION OF THREE-PRONGED PACK 

MILLER. RAYMOND (MECKLENBURG CO.)" 
JAIL DEATH TO BE PROBED 
ACCUSED OFPUTY RELIEVED OF OuriEi 
POLICE PROBE I9RI JAIL DEATH 
FBI ENTERS JAIL PROBE 

■ILLER. ROBIN (COMMUNITY KITCmEn) 

uriCHEN OFFERS MQRE THAN JUST A MEAL 

MILLER, ROLAND (ST. MARY'S DAY SCHOOL) 

ST. MARY'S HONORS ATHLETIC OHECTOR 

MILLER. SONCHA MARY (CUMBERLAND CO.) 
WOMAN'S BODY FOUND 

MILLER. STEPHEN (ACTOR) 

HARD KNOCKS ARE GOOD FOR THIS DURHAM ACTOR 

MILLER. TERI lALAMANCE CO.) 

■WANT AD' BROUGHT LOT OF RESULTS 

MILLER, WILBER 

POLICE ARREST 1* ON DUI CHARGr S 

MILLER. WILLIAH A. JR. ICHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

MILLER, WILLIAM B. ICHAPEL MILL) 
ASSAULT CONVICTIONS UPHELD 

MILLER, WILLIAM L. OR. (NCSU BIOCHEMISTRY 0£PI.) 
ESTROGEN. CANCER LINK BEING STUDIED 

MILLlGAN. JOHNNY (CHAPEL HlLLl 



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HONTHLY/ANNUAL 



ONE CHARGE LEADS TO ANOTHER 

HILLIKEN. FRANCES MAE ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

HILLION, JIM (ELUABETH ST. I 
MAN ROBBED 

MILLION, TED lOuKE FOOTBALLi 

A MILLION MILES FROM S00NERLA>10 
MILLION LOOKS FOR OFFENSIVE A>(SHERS 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



NAMES 



PAGE 1''5 
1/17/8", 



MILLS, BOBBY LEE 

'MUMMY MURDERS' 



CASE coNvicrnNS are upheld 



MILLS. Charles h. ibutneri 

SECOND AIR REUNIONS 

MILLS, cor TEMPLE 

TWO MEN, WOMAN CONVICTED OF MJROER 

MILLS, OONALD B. (RALEIGH) 

MAN BREAKS NECK IN DIVE 

MILLS, DORIS (GREENSBORO) 

TWO MEN. WOMAN CONVICTED OF MJROER 

MILLS. JERRY L. OR. I UNC-CH ENGLISH PROFESSOR! 
FOUR GET GRAY PROFESSORSHIPS 

MILLS. JIM 

TWO CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPS FIRE1 FOR BASEBALLS INCIDENT 
MILLS FAVORS CAROLINAS LEAGUE ADDITION OF CHARLESTON, W.VA. 
UMPIRES' FIRINGS TURNING INTO NASTY SITUATION 
CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPIRES' FIRI>JG A FORGOTTEN ISSUE? 
MILLS' SUPPORT DIVIDED AS LEAGUE'S PRESIDENT 
CAROLINA LEAGUE FIRES JIM MILLS 
CAROLINA LEAGUE FIRES PRESIDENT 
MILLS TO RETURN AS PRESIDENT? 

MILLS, JOHN LAURENS HI (EFLAND) 
OBITUARY 

MILLS. KENNETH DR. 

LABEL ALCOHOL'S DANGERS 

TREATING ALCOHOLISM CAN COST LESS 

MILLS. NOLAN 

MILLS. STATE BEGIN IRON DUKE FRESH OFF WIN AT GREENVILLE 
MILLS. WOLFPACK MAKE MOVE IN IRON OUKE 
WOLFPACK'S MILLS. UNC EMERGE J I TH CROWNS 

MILLS. THEODORE R. "TELIP" IHORRI 5V ILL E ) 
OBITUARY 

MILLS. WILLIAM DONALD (MAYSVILLE) 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES HONOR SANFORO, 6 OTHERS 

MILLS, WILLIAM L. DR. IVANOERBILT) 

EX-NCCU TEACHER NOMINATED TO POST 

MILNDR, SUSAN (INSTITUTE OF GOVERN'iENTl 

WATER SKIING AT NIGHT PROHIBITED BY LAW 

MIMS, BARRY (DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL STJDENTl 

DURHAM HIGH STUDENTS IN STATE HOOT COURT FINALS 

MIMS, BRUCE HONEYCUTT MRS. 
OBITUARY 

MIMS. WILLIAM OUINTON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

MINCEY, WILLIAM THOMAS (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

MINER, DAVID H, 

FLAHERTY GOOD FOR GOP 

MINGUS, CHARLES 

MINGUS GETS A RECORD TRIBUTE 

MINNIEAR, WILMA 

OUKE MEDICAL CENTER'S WILHA MINNIEAR: SHE USHERED IN NURSING'S NEW AGE 

MINNIS, JAMES MONROE ICHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

MINNIS. Sam J. (HILLSBOROUGH) 
OBITUARY 

MINOR. DAN 

FEW GARDENS POLICE STATION STIRS DEBATE 



MINOR, MARY P. 
(JBITUARY 



(DECEASED) 



MINOR, MELISSA FARRINGTON 

WOMAN CHARGED IN EMBEZZLEMENT 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN FACES CHARG! OF EMBEZZLEMENT 

MINOR, REDELL (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

MINOR, STANTON OEMONT 

L)RUG CHARGES FILED 

MAN CHARGED IN STORE ROBBERY 

MITCHELL, ALLEN (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

WITH MITCHELL, LAST BECOMES FIRST 

MITCHELL. ANNA SCHWALM (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL, BRENDA (213 KELLY ALLEY) 

WOMAN GIVEN TWO SENTENCES IN PROSTITUTION 

MITCHELL. CLIFTON 

MAN SNEAKS OUT OF APT. TO SEE 2 KICKING IN DOOR 

MITCHELL. DAVID LEE (FRANKLIN CO.) 
FRANKLIN MAN. 67, FOUND SLAIN 
REWARDS POSTED IN SLAYINGS 

MITCHELL, HENRY JAMES (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



S J T 
N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P 3YL 

H 2 U/2<./83 B 10 N 
H 2 8/14/83 C 1 3 
H 2 9/02/83 B 1 N 



H 2 g/H/BS B 2 P F S9l 
S 2 9/14/83 D 2 P F 018 



H 1 1/29/83 B 1 N 

H 2 4/22/83 A 5 L 

H 2 5/26/83 A 7 N 

H 2 8/01/83 B 1 N 

H 2 5/26/83 A 7 N 

H 2 5/29/83 C 1 P F 



H 2 8/03/83 B 2 P N M71 

H 2 8/03/83 B 3 N 

S 2 8/04/83 B 2 N P55 

S 2 8/11/83 B 3 N P5S 

H 2 10/23/83 C 10 N M71 

S ? 10/31/83 D 6 P N P55 

H 2 11/01/83 B 4 N 

S 2 U/08/83 8 4 N P55 



H 2 12/13/83 B 



H 2 6/27/83 A 5 
H 2 8/28/83 A 10 



H 2 3/11/83 C 4 
H 2 3/13/R3 B 8 
H 2 4/18/83 a 2 



N PD7 

N 

N P07 



H 2 5/21/83 A 13 

H 2 5/18/83 C 1 N 

H 2 10/06/83 C 7 N 

H 2 5/06/83 C 7 N 

S 2 5/06/83 C I P N F30 

H 2 5/2D/83 C 4 

M 2 3/17/83 C 19 

H 2 11/19/83 C 5 

H 2 5/25/83 A 4 L 

H 2 12/30/83 Oil U S66 

H 2 1/02/83 D 1 P B B30 





N S51 





H 2 8/18/83 C 15 

H 2 2/07/83 B 7 

H 2 3/25/83 B 1 

H 2 9/10/83 B 8 



H 3 12/20/83 B 1 
S 2 12/21/83 C 3 



H 2 6/21/83 B 9 



S 2 10/22/83 A 3 
H 2 10/23/83 A 8 



H 2 9/19/83 C 3 P N S91 

H 2 12/30/83 A 10 

H 2 a/lO/83 B 14 N 

H 2 4/05/83 B 1 N 



H 2 7/26/83 B 1 
H I 10/19/83 B I 



H 2 9/01/83 C 14 



y / A N N 



■4 A « e S 



PAGS I9b 



HITCMeiLi HILDA (JALKERTOaNI 

STATE GUIDE GIVES PUPILS NO v: hEL S 

HIICMELL, JACK 

FOLKS AROUND ME"£: LIfE IN OU'HAM 

CREATIVE HOST ENTERTAINS DIVERSE HU OF GUE S I S 

HITCHELLi JACK THEODORE IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL. JAKES li<AKE CO. I 

HELPFUL INMATE'S SENTENCE PARED 

MITCHELL. JOHN G. lAuTHORJ 

•THE HUNT': MITCHELL'S NEW eo:K IS GAME FOR THOUGHT... 

MITCHELL. JOSEPH INCCU DEPT, OF MUSICI 
NCCU JOB FINALISTS PRAISED 
INTEGRATION HAS 8EC0ME ONE-«A» STREET 
NCCU SHOULD NOT BECOME WHITER 
•WHITE TAKEOVER' AT NCCU IS UNDER WAY 

MITCHELL. JULIUS IFAYETTEVILLEI 

POLICEMAN INVOLVED IN SHOOTINj 
POLICE SHOOT, KILL SUSPECT 

MITCHELL. LACY E. ( Hi LL SBOROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL. ". w. (POLICE CAPTAIN! 
POLICEMAN TIED UP IN ROBBERY 

MITCHELL. MARY BROWN IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL. O'BRIEN IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL. PAMELA FAyE IBUKLINGTONl 

BURLINGTON WOMAN HELD IN SLAYING 

MITCHELL. RALPH aONALD (SPRING HCP=I 

CLERK IS FOUND SLAIN AT FRANKLIN BUSINESS 
NO ARRESTS In SLAYING 
REWARDS POSTED IN SLAYINGS 

MITCHELL. Shirley h. 

EX-MILLIONAIRE'S INCOME IS NOA SOCIAL SECURITY 

MITCHELL, TARA JEAN 
OBITUARY 

MITCHELL. WILLIAM 0. 

PRISON INMATES NOT UNCARING 

MITCHELL. WILLIAM LARRY 
REPEAL INTEREST LAW 

MITCHELL. WILLIE IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MITZNEO. MARCIA LrNN IDECEASEOI 

DURHAM WOMAN OIFS IN COLLISION 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES. ANOTHER HLR T IN WRECK 

LEGACY OF LOWE 

MIION. R. C. COB S. DRIVER ST. I 

THREATENED, MAN YIELDS WALLET 

MIXON, WILLIAM 

ARMY OFFICIALS INVESTIGATING ALLEGED MISUSE OF VEHICLES 

MIXON, WILLIAM T. lU.S. ARMY RETIREDI 
RIOGwAY 'A GREAT SOLDIER' 

MIYA, TOM OR- (UNCI 

PANEL ON TOXICS URGED 

MIZE. MYRTLE FLETCHER ITAVARES. FL».I 
OBITUARY 

MOBLEY. SYBIL IFLORIDA ACM UN IV . I 

BUSINESS SKILLS SAID IMPORTANT 

MODRICh. PAUL OR. IDUKE MEDICAL CENTERI 

MQDRICH GIVEN AWARD FOR RESEAICH INTO ONA 

MOGQLLQN, GuSTAVE 

RED CROSS SCREENING BLOOD DONERS FOR AIDS 

MOHR, ROBERT E. REV. 

WALK FOR HUNGER CHANGES ROUTE FROM SCENIC TO REALISTIC 
JOIN CROP WALK TO AID THE HUNGRY 
CROP WALK A 'MIRACLE OF CARINA' 

MOISE. EVELYN MOORE IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MOLINA. MARY IWOMEN'S PAVILION) 
•SJUEAL LAW SPARKS DEBATE 
EDUCATION IS NEEDED TO STOP 'SQUEAL LAW 

MONCURE. JAMES A. lELON COLLEGE PRIFESSORI 
ELON VICE PRESIDENT RESIGNS 

MONDALE. WALTER 

GOP PANELISTS BACK REAGAN; DE-OS. MONDALE 

MONDALE AND PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS: JIMMY WHO?! (CARTOOIil 

MONDALE TO ADDRESS EDUCATORS 

MONDALE TO VISIT 

MONDALE BRANDS REAGAN POLICIES COLOSSAL FAILURE 

JOHN GLENN AND WALTER MONDALE IN SPACE SUIT ICAPTOONI 

HOW THE VOTERS VIEW PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES 

MONDALE HIGH IN LIBERAL RATINGS 

MONDALE Should select jackson 

poll: MONDALE PICK OF N.C. DEMOCRATS BUT REAGAN HOLDS SLIGHT EDGE... 

WHITfEO NOT TALKING ABOUT FUTJRE 

MONDALE HURT MOST BY JACKSON CANDIDACY 

MONOALE DENIES JACKSON IMPACT. WOOS MINORITIES 

SOME N.C. BLACK LEADERS LIKE MONOALE'S REMARKS 

MONK. FRANCES M. IDECEASEOI 
JBITUARY 

MONK, THELONIOUS SPHERE IMANHAITANI 



H 2 10/11/83 A 



H 2 S/09/83 B 1 D U 
H 2 10/18/83 A 6 P N 



H 2 12/0^/83 C 7 
H2 12/14/a3A 1 N 
H 2 12/18/83 3 8 P U W60 



S 2 2/16/93 A « 

H 2 3/02/83 A <. 

H 2 6/10/83 A 5 

H 2 11/16/83 A 4 



H 2 9/25/93 A 12 N 
S 2 9/26/83 C 3 N 



H 2 3/03/93 CIS 

H 2 10/01/93 1 N AS* 

H 2 10/02/83 B 2 

H 2 5/29/93 C ". n 

H 2 9/07/83 All 



H 1 8/19/83 B 1 
H 1 9/20/83 C I 
H I 10/19/83 S 1 



H 2 5/19/83 C 15 P N 

H 2 1/17/83 B 5 

H 2 6/l'./83 A 4 L 

H 2 2/12/83 A <. L 

H 2 1/22/83 C ". 



H 2 3/19/83 8 7 
S ? 3/19/93 A 15 
H 2 3/29/93 A 4 



H 2 10/09/83 fl 14 N 

H 2 7/09/93 A IC N 

H 2 7/24/93 D 1 P F G09 

S 2 12/16/93 C 1 N J56 

H 2 8/27/93 3 4 

S 2 4/26/83 B 1 

S 2 4/15/93 A I I 

H 2 1/31/93 B 1 





N M23 



N B3D 

N A20 

L 

L 



H 2 2/19/93 A 7 

H 2 3/14/83 A 5 

S 2 3/15/83 A 4 

H 2 11/03/83 A 15 



S 2 4/04/93 C I 
S 2 5/17/93 A 4 



H 1 3/24/93 B 1 



H 2 1/23/63 A 17 N 

H 2 2/24/93 A 4 T r R56 

S 2 4/07/93 C 1 N 

H 2 4/09/93 A 3 N 

H 2 4/16/93 A 13 N 

H 2 5/21/93 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 9/04/93 4 P £ 

H 2 10/18/93 A 4 P E 

H 2 10/19/93 A 5 L 

H 2 10/30/93 A 3 N 

H 3 U/19/83 C 1 P N 946 

H 2 11/21/93 A 12 N 

S 2 U/23/83 A 5 N 

H 2 11/24/83 B 9 N 



H 2 7/08/93 C 



montmly/an 



INDEX B 



N A M e S 



fC. L P avL 



RE-ISSUES HEEP MONK ALIVE 
"JNK. WAYNE (LEXINCTDH, N.C.I 

SAReecuE MAS hit at su«"1T 

"ONROE, BILL IN3C-TVI 

U.S. IN BEST CEMIURVt N.C. STATE GRASS TOLQ 

MONROE. RRIGITTE I W I NSTON-S AL EH I 

2 DIE IN CRASH OF SMALL PLANE 

2 N.C. RESIDENTS DIE IN CRASH 

MONROE. HOMARO ICrtAPEL HILL I 

FOR SALE: A BOX BY CHRISTO 

MONROE. HUNTER IRHODES SCHOLAR! 

CHAPEL HILL MAN IS RHODES SCHOLAR 
RHODES SCHOLAR READY TO ADJUST 

MONROE. JOHN 

CARTOON, eoo: story, hurrah 

MONROE. JOHN DR. 

CHILDREN NOT IMMUNE TO PAIN Of DEPRESSION 

MONROE. JOHN DR. (BUTNERI 

DEPRESSION HAS ITS ACES. STAGES 

MONROE. JOHN L. 

MONROE FILES FOR COUNCIL SEAT 

THREE FILE FOR COUNCIL SEATS IN CITY ELECTION 

3 SEEK ELECTION TO COUNCIL SEATS 
VOTE TO CHOOSE COUNCIL FINALISTS 
CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRIMARIES 

CHALLENGERS LEAD INCUMBENTS H CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY 

SCHOOL BOARD WINNERS DESERVE CONGRATULATIONS 

BLACK GROUP FLEXES MUSCLES IN DURHAM COUNCIL RACE 

LABOR ORGANIZATION SUPPORTS MAKKHAM AND SIX NEWCOMERS 

SENIOR GROUP ENDORSES CANDIDATES IN CITY RACES 

CANDIDATES DIFFER ON UTILITY ISSUE 

BARBS ARE THROWN AT CITY CANDIDATES' FORUM 

l, GROUPS NEUTRAL IN MAYORAL RACE 

6 VIE FOR AT-LARGE SEATS 
U SEEKING POSTS IN DURHAM RACES 

ELECT REV. DR. JOHN T. MONROE DURHAM CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE 
VOTERS SWEEP OUT FIVE COUNCILHEN 
(. NEWCOMERS ELECTED TO CITY COUNCIL SEATS 
MONROE SAYS HE WON'T ASK RECOJNT 

SPAULOING OUTSPENOS MARKHAM I'J BIO TO BE DURHAM'S MAYOR 
MAYORAL CONTEST TOPPED SPENOHG 

MONROE. JOHN T. OR. (CHAPEL HILL! 
I, NAMED TO LABOR COUNCIL 

MONROE. MARILYN 

MARILYN MONROE 

MONROE'S TALENT IGNORED 

MONROE. ThaD dr. ICHAPEL HILLl 

WHERE HAVE ALL THE PATIENTS GTNE7 



H 2 <,/08/83 D 8 



H 2 6/02/83 A 10 



H 2 5/15/83 C 3 



H 2 
S 2 



8/08/83 B 
8/08/83 A 



H 2 5/06/83 B I P N W36 



H 2 12/I''/83 B \ 
S 2 12/30/83 C I 



H 2 11/16/83 A 



H 2 10/30/83 a 3 



S 2 11/09/83 C 1 P F J06 



s 




8/19/83 


A 






N 




H 




3/20/83 


A 




P 


N 


S51 


S 




8/20/83 


A 






N 




H 




10/09/83 


A 






N 


S51 


H 




10/09/83 


1) 




p 


F 




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10/10/33 


A 






N 




H 




10/12/83 


A 






N 


SSI 


H 




10/12/33 


A 






F 




S 




10/12/83 


A 




P 


N 


K90 


H 




10/25/33 


h 






N 




S 




10/29/83 


A 






N 


K9(l 


H 




11/02/83 


(. 






N 


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U/0<./83 


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N 


K9(l 


H 




U/05/33 


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N 


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S 




U/05/83 


A 




p 


N 


K9n 


H 




11/06/33 


1) 




P 


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H 




11/08/83 


A 


1 1 


P 


A 




H 




11/09/83 


A 




P 


N 


SSI 


S 




11/09/83 


(< 




P 


N 


K90 


H 




1/12/33 


H 






N 


SSI 


S 


2 


1/29/83 


A 






N 


( OS 


H 


2 


U/30/83 


L 


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S 2 './05/83 B I 



H 2 1/02/33 D 
S 2 11/17/33 



MONSEIN, JEFF 

CITATION CATCH ON BARRACUDA 

MONTAGUE. JOHN W. lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

MONTAGUE. MICHAEL ANThONY ICHAPEL HILLl 

COUPLE FINO FUTURE TOGETHER A= TER GOING OUT ON A BLIND DATE 

MONTAGUE. T. F. 

COMMUNITY HELP SAID NEEDED TO FIGHT CRIME 

MONTALBANO. SAL (CHARLOTTEl 

3a-MINUTE CHASE ENDS IN SHOOTING 

MONTANA, GUSTAVO SANTOS OR. 

DUKE APPOINTS FOUR TO FACULTY 

MONTGOMERY. ARTHUR RAY (LONG ISLAND. NY 1 
MAN HELD IN DEATH 

MONTGOMERY, JEAN I H I L LSflOROUGHI 
GOP CHAIRMAN FINE LEADER 

MONTGOMERY. JOHN A. DR. I KE TT ER ING- ME Y ER LAbORATORYl 
CELL DIFFERENCES SOUGHT IN FHHT AGAINST CANCER 

MONTGOMERY, MICHAEL J. I W INSTON-S AL EM STATE UN I V . I 
TOP-NOTCH ADMINISTRATOR LACKE3 DEGREES 

MQNIOYA, CARLOS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

MOOOY, JENNIE LEE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MOODY, JOE P. (ROANOKE RAPIOSI 

MULTIMEMBER LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS CALLED DISCRIMINATORY 
WITNESSES SAY BLACKS FACE BARUERS 

MOON, MICAH 

SHOOTING UNC'S MOON 

MOONFYHAM, JERAL L. 

DURHAM PAIR LEAD SESSION 
VALENTINE SHOWED COURAGE 
COURAGEOUS PEOPLE MAKE PACIFISM WORK 

MOONEYHAM, KATE 

DURHAM PAIR LEAT SESSION 

FREEZE ADVOCATES ARE WARY 

WE NEED TO BE REMINDED OF THREAT OF NUCLEAR WAR 

MOONEYHAM, LAMARR REV. 

CITY OF MEDICINE— NATION OF D^ATH! 

MOONEYHAM SAYS LIBERALS CAUSED MESS 

•SQUEAL LAW' SPARKS DEBATE 

THE BLOODLETTING CONTINUES 

MOONEYHAM BEGINS DRIVE TO SIGN UP CHRISTIAN VOTERS 

REV. FALWELL PLANS TRIP TO DURHAM 

FALWELL. HELMS TO VISIT 

•REGISTER EVERYBODY THAT BREATHES' HIS GOAL, FALWELL SAYS 

THE AMERICAN HOLOCAUST 

MOONEYHAM AOS ARE PROPAGANDA 



MANY HAVE FALLEN THROUGH THE CRACKS S 2 5/13/33 B 

H ? 2/27/33 B 

H 2 <./0'./B3 e 

H 2 8/28/83 E 

5 2 9/23/83 A 

H 2 1/23/83 A 

S 2 ',/15/83 A 

S 2 <,/22/33 C 

H 2 5/06/33 A 

S 2 3/2'./83 C 

H 2 7/07/33 A 

H 2 10/28/33 D 

H 2 7/06/83 C 





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M23 


Q 


P N 




6 


P N 





H 2 7/29/33 A 



H 2 


a/Ol/03 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


8/26/33 


C 


I 


P U 


071 


S 2 

H 2 
H 2 


7/30/83 
8/0'>/83 
12/l<./e3 


A 
A 
A 


6 


N 
L 
L 




S 2 
H 2 
H 2 


7/30/83 
10/12/83 
U/17/33 


A 
A 
A 


6 


N 

L 
L 




H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 

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


2/27/33 
3/2A/n3 
',/0<./83 
6/19/83 
6/21/83 
7/02/83 
7/02/83 
7/07/33 
7/31/33 
8/06/83 


A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
A 
B 
A 
A 


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1 1 

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10 

15 

5 

3 
1 
3 
1, 


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N 
N 
A 
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N 
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X640- monThlt/annual Index 9y NAwes pace 1<»8 

l/Ol/ol - li/31/«! l/l7/8<. 

S I T 

"IF £ I. r 

P OATE C PG L P 9YL 

«nON£THA« kESICNS ChuRC" POST H 2 12/13/B3 B 1 H 

PASTOR STUMPS fan N.C. VOTEBS H 2 12/17/83 A 8 P N A20 

POLITICS AND RELIGION SHOULD MOT BE HIXED H 2 12/11/B3 A «, E 

"OOHE. AM8ER KAr IGREENS80R0I 

MOBILE HONE 8LAZE KILLS 3-yEAi-aLO H 2 ',/22/ei A 15 N 

HQORE* ANNE 

MUNOREOS WtOE DEDICATED TO SHARING H 2 12/30/R3 A ". L 

MQOREi ANNE WEAVER IDECEASEO) 

OBITUARY H 2 11/02/93 All 

HOOREi ANNIE S"ALL lOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 9/15/83 A 15 

HOORE . 8ERA SRADShER AND F, L, "HU^H" (HURDLE MILLS! 

PTC FOUNDATION GETS SCHOLARSHIP DONATION H 1 2/16/83 1 N 

MOORE. BILLY G. (KENLY) 

TOBACCO FRAUD CHARGED H 2 8/06/83 A 12 N 

MOORE. COLEMAN ARTHUR 

OBITUARY H 2 1/07/83 C <. 

MOORE. DANIEL K. 

DAN K. MOORE HAS OPERATION H 2 1/10/83 A 13 N 

MOORE. OONNIE lORAG RACER) 

MOORE GETS BIGGEST KIN S 2 5/a<./e3 D I P F C09 

MOORE MINS 2ND IHRA TITLE S 2 9/l'./83 2 P N C09 

OONNIE MOORE: 'OESIINY'S DARLING- 5 2 10/21/B3 2 P F CD^ 

MOORE. EDDIE ROSE (ROANOKE RAPIOSI 

OBITUARY H 2 6/25/83 A 10 

MOORE. EOMARO E. 

MOORE GETS POST H 2 5/18/83 A N 

MOORE. ERIC JEROME (GUILFORD CO. I 

COURT VACATES DEATH PENALTY H 2 9/10/83 A 9 N 

MOORE. ERNEST HARTSELL JR. (CLAY CD . 1 

JURY INDICTS 12 IN VOTE PROBE H 2 7/08/83 A 10 N 

NINE PLEAO NOT GUILTY IN VOTE FRAUD H 2 7/10/83 C 1 N 

VOTE FRAUD TESTIMONY CALLED BOOST H 2 9/08/83 C 20 N 

MOORE. EVELYN ALICE (RALEIGrtI 

OBITUARY H 2 11/06/83 B 2 

MOORE. GEORGE w. (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 9/23/83 C 11 

OBITUARY H 2 9/26/83 B 6 

MOORE. GORDON DEVON 

MURDER TRIAL BEGINS S 2 9/27/83 C 1 N F30 

TRIAL BEGINS FOR MAN ACCUSED 3F STRANGLING ELDERLY WOMAN H 2 9/28/83 B 1 N 

POLICE SAY BUTTON FIRST LINK TO MOORE IN WOMAN'S DEATH S 2 9/28/83 A 1 N F30 

LAWYER SAYS CLIENT DIDN'T KILL WOMAN H 2 9/29/B3 B 1 N 582 

DETECTIVE SAYS "OORE GAVE SEVERAL ACCOUNTS OF EVENING S 2 9/29/83 A 1 N F30 

ASSAULT CHARGE DROPPED IN MURTER TRIAL H 2 9/30/fl3 B 1 N Sa2 

TESTIMONY CONCLUDES IN HOORE MURDER TRIAL S 2 9/30/fl3 A 1 N F30 

JURY BEGINS DELIBERATING IN OJRHAM MUROfR TRIAL H 2 10/01/83 A 8 N S82 

VERDICT NEARS IN MURDER TRIAL S 2 10/31/83 A 3 N F30 

JURY ACOUIIS GORDON MOORE IN DEATH OF ELDERLY WOMAN M 2 10/3A/83 B 1 N SB2 

JUDGE ORDERS MISTRIAL IN MOORE MuROER CASE S 2 10/0<./83 A 1 N F30 

MOORE. GUY DR. 

IN THE ANIMAL WORLD H 2 1/01/83 C ITU 

MOORE. HAROLD 

MOORE TAKES 3RD FOR PHOTO H 2 1/28/83 B 1 p N 

PRESS AWARDS ARE PRESENTED S 3 1/28/83 C 1 N 

MOORE. MARRY INCSU ENTOMOLOGIST! ' 

WILL The MRD WINTER REALLY BJG US LATER? H 2 3/11/83 8 1 F L30 

MQORE. HARTSELL JR. (CLAY CO.) 

FORMER SHERIFF PLEADS GUILTY H 2 9/25/83 A 12 N 

EX-SmERIFF goes to PRISON S 2 11/15/83 A 5 N 

MOORE. HENRY (SCULPTOR! 

MOVING THE MOORE S 2 11/03/83 D 1 P F 671 

MOORE. HILDA MAE PENDERGRASS (OECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 a/13/83 D ". 

MOORE. JACKIE DARRELL (BURLINGTON! 

ABDUCTION CITED; MAN SURRENOE'S H 2 10/0<./n3 8 5 N 

MAN IS Charged with kidnapping h 2 10/07/83 B 5 n 

15-YEAR TERM GIVEN IN KIDNAP CASE H 1 12/l'./fl3 B 1 N 

MOORE. JAMES EOwARD (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 8/25/83 C 16 

OBITUARY H 2 8/26/83 C 9 

MOORE. JOHNNY 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WITH THE SPORTING SET H 2 7/08/83 B I D U 

MOORE. JOSEPH H. SR. 

JAMES WATT DEFENDED H 2 10/10/63 A 4 L 

MOORE. KAY (DURHAM CO. OEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES! 

DEAF MAN SAYS MAGISTRATE DENIED HIM INTERPRETER H 2 3/25/83 B 1 N 95 1 

MOORE. KENNETH NATHANIEL (OXFORD! 

OFFICERS FIND MAN UNDER DESK H 2 5/29/83 A 4 N 

MOORE. KENNY 

MEASURED SENTENCE H 2 8/24/83 B 1 F S82 

MOORE. KENNY RAY (DEARBORN DR.) 

Two MEN CHARGED IN SHOOTING H 2 10/23/83 E 1 N 

MOORE. LARRY (OF GTE) 

MOORE TO SERVE ON N.C. CYSTIC FIBROSIS BOARD S 2 4/20/83 C 14 N 

MOORE. LINWOOO EARL (MERRITT) 

BODY BELIEVED THAT OF MAN WHO WAS FACING CHARGES M 2 3/24/83 8 4 N 

MOORE. MARGARET L. DR. (CHAPEL HIL. ) 

UNC HONORS SIX FOR CONTRIBUTIDNS TO MEDICINE. EDUCATION H 2 3/31/B3 E 6 P N 

MOORE. MARTTI TA2ILLE (LELAND. N.C! 

BOY DROWNS AT OUTING AT CARY LAKE H 2 8/29/83 B 2 N 

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NA«» TYLER XOrjRE TO VISIT OIIK; 

[N The SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

STAR SPARS NIMBLY HITH OOOKIES 

MARY TYLER "QORE SPEAKS. FANS LISTEN 

HOnRE, MELVIN (CHARLOTTEI 

THREE CHARGED IN CABBIE'S DEATH 

MOORE, PRISCILLA IINNIN (BURLINGTON) 
ABDUCTION CITED; MAN SURRENDERS 
HAN IS CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPING 
15-YEAR TERM GIVEN IN KIDNAP lASE 

MQORE, RANDALL BRYAN 

COUNTY SCHOOLS NAME 5 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

MOOREi RICHARD 

PROGRAM'S STANDARDS ARE UNfAP TO JOBLESS 
JOBS NOT A MUST fOR VOLUNTEERS 

MOORE, RICHARD L. 

KING DESERVES HONOR 

MOORE, STEPHEN E. 

EDUCATION; MORE OF TmE SAME til SOLUTION 

MOORE, STEVE (ANTIQUE DEALER) 
NEU LIFE TO AN OLD HOUSE 

MOORE, TERRY LEE IGARNER) 

TEENS CHARGED WITH MURDER 

MOORE, THERESA INURSF) 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE MEDICAL SET 

MOORE, THOMAS YOUNG (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MOORE, WILLIAM H. "BUTCH" (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MOORMAN, JANE DR. 

COLLEGE STUDENTS WORRY ABOUT ^'RACTICAL MATTERS 

HQRAN, BETSY CRITES 

TYRANNY IN GUATEMALA 

MORAN, ELIZABETH 3EHAN (CHAPEL HILL I 
OBITUARY 

MORAN, JOHN ROBERT SR. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

MORAN, JOSEPH C. 

ARMS RACE TAKES FOOD FROM CHILDREN 

MANY OPTIONS ARE OPEN IN EL SALVADOR 

ATTACK CALLED INSULTING 

AMERICANS ILL-INFORMED ON LATIN AMERICA 

•GO HENCE AND HAVE MORE TALK TF THESE SAD THINGS' 

MORDECAI, GEORGE W. (RALEIGH) , 

EL SALVADOR'S GOVERNMENT ELECTED 

MOREDOCK, LYNN 

TAR HEELS BORN AND BRED. .. BAC< -YARD ZOOS A GROWING OREAD 
BEAVER MAY TRY BACKSTROKE 

MORENO. CARLOS JR. (FORT MCCLELLAN) 

SOLDIER GUILTY OF MURDER IN N. C. WOMAN'S DEATH 

MORFORO, JEFFREY J. (NEW CARLISLE, OHIO) 

FIVE INDICTED IN MARIJUANA BALE DUMPING 

MORGAN, BERNICE HAWKINS (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

MORGAN, BOB (PHARMACIST) 

THEIR MARRIAGE PROVES THAT MOTHER KNOWS BEST 

MORGAN, C. W. 

MORGAN RETIRING JUNE 30 

MORGAN. ELSIE VICK (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

MORGAN. GREGORY (BAHAMA) 

BIKE-RIDING BURGLARS HIT CHAPEL HILL HIGH TWICE OVER WEEKEND 

MORGAN. JEFFERSON D. 

DURHAM GETS A RAW DEAL 

MORGAN. JOE (BASEBALL) 

JOE MORGAN; HALL OF FAME FLOOD COULD WASH AWAY ERA'S BEST PLAYER 

MORGAN, JOHN ROBERT 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN CHAPEL HILL SUIT 

LAWYERS ARGUE TOWN IMMUNE TO DEATH SUIT 

CHAPEL HILL CLOSES CASE 

JURY EXPECTED TT GET TRUCK DEATH SUIT TODAY 

JURY STUDIES CANNADA CASE 

JURY CLEARS CHAPEL HILL, DRIVER IN DEATH 

MORGAN, LAFMIN 

■YOUTH OF The MONTH- 
MORGAN, LONNIE JOSEPH (ORANGE CO.) 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN SLAIN 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN KILLED 

MORGAN, ROBERT (FORMER SENATOR) 

MORGAN SAYS HE MAY RUN AGAINST EAST 

MORGAN, SAMUEL TATE (FORMER OWNER IF BENNETT PLACE) 
HOW TIMES DO CHANGE: DONATES 1ENNETT PLACE 

MORGAN, TAMMY (ORANGE COUNTY! 
ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN SLAIN 
ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN KILLED 

MORGAN, VICKI 

SPARE US THE REEL STORY 

MORGAN, WILSON DR. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

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N E ELY 

P DATE C ^& L P RYL 

LANE umEELEI! sets excellent EXAMi^LE S 2 1/22/83 A 4 L 

"QSRIS. ANITA 

uILLIAMSBURG OEVISITED AT OUdHAM r,ATrtE»ING H 2 1/04/83 A 6 N 

IT'S SEE-TMRaUCH LACE OR NOTHING F0» ACTRESS H 2 2/25/83 C 4 U 

HORRIS* BARBARA 

CHANGE POLICY ON TITLES H 2 5/0'./83 A 4 L 

HOBRIS. 6ETTIE HASKELL IQECEASEDP , ,,„,„. 

OBITUARY H 2 6/0<./93 8 8 

MORRIS. BILL (LINCOLN CO. ASST. DISTRICT ATTOKNEY] 

VETERAN PROSECUTOR FIREO H 2 5/28/83 C 12 N 

MORRIS. CATHERINE V. , ,,,,,., 

GOODWILL DIDN'T COME H 2 1/11/83 A 5 N 

MORRIS. FRANK laOSTON) 

MHY INVESTORS ARE SO SKEPTICAL H 2 3/06/83 D 10 N 

MORRIS. GEORGE mINFREO , ,,„,„, 

OBITUARY H 2 1/20/83 A 15 

OBITUARY H 2 1/21/83 A 10 

MORRIS. HARRY EDWARD (WAKE FOREST! 

WAKE FOREST MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE H 2 6/20/93 5 N 

MORRIS* J. B. OR. 

CLUB RECOGNUES DEEDS S 2 5/03/83 A 8 P P "66 

MORRIS. JAMES (DECEASEOl 

OBITUARY H 2 11/17/83 A 18 

OBITUARY H 2 11/20/83 C 2 

MORRIS. JAMES DUDLEY 

JAMES D. MORRIS. HERALD PRESS'*AN H 2 1/22/83 C 4 

JAHES MORRIS DIES AT 32 5 2 1/22/B3 A 14 

OBITUARY H 2 1/23/83 C 4 

MORRIS. JA"ES Y. IDECEASEDl 

MORRIS. DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL :0NTROL DIRECTOR H 2 6/13/83 8 7 

MORRIS. JIM (GA. TECH. I ,,,,., 

MORRIS TOP ACC COACH S 2 6/23/83 B 3 N 

MORRIS. JOYCE 11126 HOOVER ROAD I 

MAN IS HURT IN HlT-ANO-RUN ACCIDENT S 2 2/09/83 C 1 N 

MORRIS. JULIE LYNN IGRAND BLANC, MI CH, 1 

DRUG TREATMENT CENTER PROBED H 2 4/26/83 A 15 N 

MORRIS. MARVIN (ALAMANCE CO.! 

BAD LUCK FAMILY HAS SOME MORE H 2 8/04/83 A 14 N 

MORRIS. MICHAEL TOOD 

STATE SHOULD HAVE TOUGHER OU I LAW S 2 6/08/83 A 4 L 

MORRIS. RICHARD H. -DICK- (DECEASE31 

OBITUARY H 2 8/27/83 B 4 

MORRIS. THOMAS LEE , ,„ ,„, 

THIRD MAN ACCUSED IN OFFICER'S BEATING H 2 4/06/83 A 9 N 

POLICE MAKE FOURTH ARREST IN ATTACK OF DURHAM P SO S 2 4/07/83 C 1 N 

ASSAULT HEARING PUT OFF H 2 4/08/83 C 5 N 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 4 IN POLICEWOMAN'S BEATING H 2 4/13/83 B 1 N B51 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 7 5 2 4/13/83 A 15 N 

MAN SENTENCED TO 8 YEARS FOR 'OBUERY S 2 11/30/83 C 1 N F30 

MORRISON. CAMERON (FORMER GOVERNOR! 

FIRST 'GOOD ROADS' GOVERNOR H 2 1/15/83 A 4 E 

MORRISON. DANNY (HOKE COUNTY! 

GROCER SHOT TO DEATH IN ROBBERY 5 2 12/23/83 CBN 

MORRISON. OwANE (GA. TECH BASKETBALL COACH! 

IEAChEY moves up UNDER MORRIS:n'S system h 2 3/10/83 1 N M7 1 

MORRISON. FREO G. 

MORRISON PONDERING CANDIDACY H 2 9/l''/83 A 8 N 

MORRISON. GEORGE P. (OECEASEDl 

OBITUARY H 2 8/26/83 C 9 

MORRISON. JOE 

MORRISON LACKS TALENT TO TACKLE KILLER SCHEDULE S 2 l/aX/ii B 1 P N F25 

SOUTH CAROLINA'S FIRST-YEAR C3ACH USING AN OLD RELIABLE AGAINST UNC H 2 9/03/83 D 1 P N S9 1 

MORRISON. OLGA w. (CHAPEL HILL! 

ARTICLE SERVED A PURPOSE H 2 5/12/83 A 5 L 

MORRISON. ROBERT HALL (DAVIDSON COLLEGE PRESIDENT) 

DAVIDSON FOUNDED AS 'MANUAL LABOR SCHOOL' S 2 9/02/83 A 13 F J50 

MORRISON - TIFFIN. SUSAN (PSOI 

PSO IS BEATEN ON ANGIER AVE. S 2 3/30/83 fl 1 N 

PSO BEATEN AFTER SHE STOPS TO CHECK ON MEN IN ROAD H 2 3/31/83 B 1 N A54 

Two CHARGED WITH BEATING OFFICER H 2 4/01/83 B 1 N A54 

TOUGHER PENALTY NEEDED FOR ASSAULTING OFFICER S 2 4/01/83 A 4 E 

TWO DURHAM MEN CHARGED WITH BEATING POLICE OFFICER 5 2 4/01/83 A 5 N 

THIRD MAN ACCUSED IN OFFICER'S 3EAT|-iC H 2 4/06/83 A 9 N 

3 ARE CHARGED IN PSO BEATING S 2 4/06/83 3 1 N 

POLICE MAKE FOURTH ARREST IN ATTACK OF DURHAM P 5d S 2 4/07/83 C I N 

ASSAULT HEARING PUT OFF H 2 4/08/83 C 5 N 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 4 IN POLICEWOMAN'S BEATING H 2 4/13/83 B 1 N B51 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 7 S 2 4/13/83 A 15 N 

MAN SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS H 2 8/17/83 B 1 N 582 

GUN-POINTER IS ARRESTED SECONO TIME H 2 12/05/83 B 1 N 

MORROW. Charles jr. imonroE! 

DRUNKEN DRIVER CHARGED WITH DEATH BY VEHICLE S 2 12/24/83 A 14 N 

MORROW. Cynthia joann (monroE! 

DRUNKEN DRIVER CHARGED WITH DEATH BY VEHICLE S 2 12/24/83 A 14 N 

MORROW. RICHARD (APEXI 

GARBAGE TRUCK SMASHES HOLE IN HOUSE H 2 6/15/83 B 1 N 

MORROW. SARAH T. DR. 

LEGISLATORS HEAR MORE FINANCIAL PLEAS H 2 1/28/83 6 4 N 

MORROW VIEW DECRIED S 2 5/14/8} A 4 L 

PREMATURE BIRTHS TARGET OF CAMPAIGN H 2 6/25/83 B 1 N B30 

MRS. TAYLOR. MOTHER OF STATE 3FFICIAL H 2 9/15/83 B 5 

PUBLIC'S HELP IS SOUGHT TO MONITOR REST HOMES H 2 9/23/83 A 8 N 

COST Of PROVIDING CARE FOR AGING IN N.C. IS RISING H 2 9/29/83 C 6 N 046 

LAWSUIT CHALLENGES CUTOFFS IN MEDICAID H 2 10/23/83 B 1 N 



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EXAHINEBS WEKE PLEASANT 

MORSE. HERBERT C. II 

DEFENSE FUND. NAACP ARE SEPARATE 
GLOBAL TOHORROK 

MORSE. ROY ICLEMMONS. N.C.I 

N.C. MAN, 66. WILL ATTEMPT CHANNEL SKiM 

HAN, 66. ouiTS Channel swIm 

MORTON. DUANE R. 

9 MEN PLEAO GUILTY TO DRUG CHARGES 

MORTON. EARL 

DROUGHT OIDN' 



T HURT MORTON'S APPLE TREES 



MORTON. HUGH 

PILKEY HINS LIGHTHOUSE DEBATE ON PAST RECORD 
LIGHTHOUSE FUND DRIVE RAISES ABOUT 450D.000 

MORTON, LONEY C0» IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MORTON. RICK (CHARLOTTE POLICE! 

NO CHARGES FILED IN SHOOTING Tf FUGITIVE BY CHARLOTTE OFFICER 
OFFICER RESIGNS AFTER SHOOTING 

MORTON. ROGER (BRUNSWICK CO. I 

1 MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO DRUG CHARGES 

MORTON. WILLIAM HENRY III (SONOMA. CALIF. I 
OBITUARY 

MQSELEY. ALEXANDER 0. DR. 
REPRESENTATIVES NAMED 

MQSELEY. MARK (WASHINGTON REOSKINSl 
GETTING HELP 

MOSER. DAVID ( TRIANGLE Jl 

ELDERLY SHOULD ORGANIZE 

MOSER, RAY (THOMASVILLEI 

MAN FOUND DEAD. APPARENTLY BEATEN 
THREE CHARGED IN SLAYING 

MOSES, CONNIE 

BALLROOM TOUR SET 

DESIGNER '5 AID VITAL 

CAROLINA THEATER BALLROOM NAME FOR CONSTANCE MOSES 

MOSES DESERVES TRIBUTE DF RENAMED BALLROOM 

ELEGANCE RESTORED 

PROHIBITION ERA RETURNS TO DU< HAM IN BENEFIT FOR THEATER'S BALLROOM 

CELEBRATION DOWNTOWN 

VISITORS CENTER HOSTS INTERNATIONAL DAY GALA 

FESTIVITIES ON SATURDAY MARK STAGVILLE DEDICATION 

THROUGH RAIN, SNOW. EUROPE AN] AFRICA 

MOSES. DAISEY N. 
OBITUARY 



IDECEASEDI 



MOSES. MONTROSE 

PLANS UNVEILED FOR ARTS CENTE' 

DONATION Thanks 

VISITORS CENTER HOSTS INTERNATIONAL DAY GALA 

THE CASE FOR AN ARTS COMPLEX GRANT 

ART GRANT APPROVAL PROPER 

THEATER MAY GET 'PREMIERE' AFTER ALL 

DURHAM'S CAROLINA AIMS TO USHER IN NEW GOLDEN AGE 

MOSES, YOMI 

LAW SHOULD FOCUS ON DRINKERS. NOT AGE 

MOSLEY. KATHLEEN 

SON'S SENTENCE IS TOO HARSH 

MQSLEY. ROGER 

TWO ARRESTED INSIDE HOUSE . 

GIRL GETS PRISON TERM FOR BREAKING INTO HOME 

MOSS. BEVERLY T. 
OBITUARY 

MOSS, JULIA BIVENS IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MOTLEY, JULIAN M. «EV. 
PASTOR HONORED 

MOTSINCER, BBENDA (GUILFORD CO. HEALTH OfPT.I 

FAST FOOD: IT WON'T HURT YOU JNL6SS YOU OVERDO IT, NUTRITIONIST SAYS 

MOULTON, CHARLES ( DANCER I 

MOULTON MOVES SPARK FIREWORKS 

MOUNT, ANSON (PLAYBOY MAGAilNEI 

MOUNT LIKES PICKING UNKNOWN ALL-AMERICANS 

MOUNT, THOM (LOS ANGELES) 

TOP MOVIE OFFICIALS RESIGN 

MOUNTJOY, EDGAR DANIEL ICHAPEL HILL I 
OBITUARY 

M0U20N, OLIN T. (CHAPEL HILLI 

OLIN T. MOUZON: AUTHOR, EDUCATOR 

MOZAFARRI, ALI 

A TALE OF 2 DEBT STORIES 

MOZINGO, HAROLD 

SOLDIERS WILL RETURN TO BENNETT PLACE 

VISITORS CENTER, SLIDE SHOW BRIGHTEN UP BENNETT PLACE 

MUDD, ROGER (NEWS ANCHORMANI 

FIVE JOURNALISTS NAMED TO HALL OF FAME AT UNC 

HALL OF FAMERS INDUCTED AT UNC 

UNC ALUMNI INCLUDED IN GRADUATION PLANS 

MUELLER, WILLIAM (AHOSKIEI 

TWO BURNED IN EXPLOSION DIE 

MUHAMMAD, ISMAIL A. A. 
ALL-AMERICA CITY 



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HUIRMEAi), ALASTAIR L. 

OLO LISRART GETS NE« LOOK 

MUIRMEAO. CONSTANCE ( HH S • WILLlAHl 
LOVE SAVES OLO L IBRASr 
HANDSOME RESlnRAIION 

••ULCmI. SOPHIE (UMITE PLAINS. VA.I 

Charges filed over checks 

xullen, gefrce t. (former ueck co. e"pl0v£e1 
Two claim firings damaged repjtations 
basler sats he let .worker kee= tantalum 
KECK EXEC: FIRING was DIFFICULT 
2 SAr BASLER PART OF SCHEME AT wECK 
JURY GETS SLANDER CASE roOAY 
2 EX-FMPLOrEES TO GET $<.00.00n IN SLANDER CASE 

Ex-wECK WORKER Sues lawyer fo< not filing suit 

LAWSUIT AGAINST LAWYER OROPPE") 

MULLEN. TIM 

VIRGINIA'S MULLEN PRACTICES. 



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tAY PLAY TONIGHT AGAINST BC 



MULLER. bob (NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICEI 

N.C.'S NEXT HURRICANE MAY CAUSE HEAVY DAMAGE 

MULLER. YVONNE (ARTISTl 

PAINTINGS BY YVONNE MULLER TO BE SmOwN AT ART MUSEUM 

WHAT IT IS. IS 'COLOs paintin:- 

PAINT. CANVAS. ACTION! 

MULLINS. HERMAN L. (FRANKLIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL! 
FRANKLIN BOARD NAMES HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR 

MULLINS. JEFF 

MULLINS. BAKER NAMED TO HALL 

MULLINS. BAKER JOIN SHRINE 

HALL OF FAME ADDS FIVE TONIGHT 

NEW MEMBERS RECALL PATHS TO .N. C . HALL 

NEW HALL OF FAMSRS TRADE STORIES 



MEDICAL CENTER 1 



MULROW. CYNTHIA OR. (DUKE UNIV. 
DUKE DOCTOR GETS tl<.6.230 

MUMFORD. STEPHEN D. DR. 

AN UNCONSCIONABLE MUZZLING 
EDITORIAL'S FACTS OUT OF CONTEXT 
ANTI-CAThOLIC article WAS DISTORTION OF FACTS 

MUNFORD. MARGARET F, (RETIRED PRINCIPAL! 

APPLICANTS SOUGHT TO REPLACE RETIRING PRINCIPAL AT WATTS SCHOOL 

MUNIKE. MARK MR. AND MRS. 
FIREMEN DID FINE JOB 

MUNN. WILLIAM M. 

NIXON-HATERS WON 

MUNRO. J. RICHARO (TIME INC. PRESI3ENTI 

TIME INC. PRESnENT TO SPEAK AT DUKE 
TIME INC. PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

MUNSCH. MICHAEL (ACCOM INC. I 

LOCAL PHONE RATES SUBSIDY CHALLENGED 

HUNSON. ERIC 

TWO-CLASS MEDICAL CARE SYSTEM FORESEEN 

muRChISON. 

DEATH 



MILDRED IFAYETTEVILLEI 
SENTENCE LEFT INTACT 



MUROOCK. BEVERLY G. 

EXOTIC ANIMALS: DON' 



T SAN OwrtRSHlP 



muroock. david (los angeles. calif.! 

cannon mills owner having loose built 

•Cannon village' planned 

foundation got «2<,.3 million = rom stock sale 

ex-company town changing unde* new mill ownership 

cannon expects ii billion sales 

muroock, patsy mason 
obituary 

muroock. william h, "bill" 

broker's second suit coming u' this week 

muroock, william lea "bill" (deceased! 
obituary 

murphy. barry 

smith is 'dean of coaches' 

MURPHY. Charles (WASHINGTON. D.C-l 

Charles, s. murphy, aide to presidents. 
MURPHY services Thursday 

muRPhy. dale 

MURPHY'S pedestal so richly deserved 



DEAD AT 74 



MeOi:»L CENTER) 



MURPHY. ELIZABETH (DUKE UNIV. 
MURPHY GETS flING Award 
eiNC AWARD MADE 

MURPHY, JAMES 

SAUSAGE IS STOLEN 

THEFT LINKED TO 'POWERFUL HufcER' 

MURPmy. KATE GRAHAM (NAPLES, FLA.! 
OBITUARY 

MuRiiAT. Charles j. (special deputy attorney general! 

OFFICIAL arrested 

MURRAY. JA«ES (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

MURRAY. JAMES SIR (BRITISH DIPLOMAT! 
DUKE TO HOST Fx-OIPLOMaT 
REaGan response CORRECT 

FORMER AMBASSADOR SAYS RECESSION WILL LEAVE SCARS 
BRITISH ECONOMIST RAPS TARIFFS 
IMPECCABLY BRITISH DIPLOMAT LUES N.Y. 

MURRAY. JOHN CARROLL OR. 



S 2 5/06/83 A 
H 2 5/09/83 a 



H 1 10/04/83 B 1 



H 2 5/12/R3 S 1 

H 2 5/13/83 B 1 

H 2 5/l<./a3 C 1 

H 2 5/17/83 B 1 

H 2 5/18/83 A 8 

H 2 5/15/83 B 1 

H 2 10/22/83 C 1 

H 2 10/26/83 S 1 



H 2 3/24/83 2 
S 2 8/18/93 A 1 



H 2 ''/15/83 C 1 1 N 

H 2 9/23/83 14 P R U66 

S 2 9/29/83 D 1 P F •15 



8/12/B3 B 1 



H 2 5/29/83 B 6 P N 

S 2 5/30/83 D 6 N 

S 2 9/15/83 3 1 P N F25 

H 2 9/16/83 C 1 P F 071 

S 2 9/16/83 1 P N Die 



H 2 2/12/83 E 



N 


SS? 


N 


sa? 


N 


sa? 


N 


•la? 


N 


SB? 


N 


S87 


N 


sa? 


N 


S82 


N 


M71 


N 


COS 



H 2 11/06/83 D 
H 2 11/09/83 A 
H 2 11/26/83 A 



H 2 7/10/83 C 
H 2 4/16/83 A 
H 2 5/13/83 A 



H 2 9/2D/83 6 14 
S 2 9/20/83 A 3 



H 2 5/05/83 A IB 

S 2 5/04/83 A 1 

H 2 6/28/83 A 3 

H 2 2/11/83 A 4 



H 2 3/03/83 B 5 

H 2 3/17/83 A 12 

H 2 4/19/33 8 5 

H 2 8/14/83 C 8 

H 2 12/04/33 C 10 



H 2 2/05/83 C 4 

H 2 3/10/33 B 14 

H 2 2/18/83 C 8 

S 2 7/22/83 A 4 



H 2 8/30/83 B 1 
S 2 8/30/83 C 2 



H 2 11/10/83 1 



S 2 12/07/83 A 7 
H 2 12/08/83 A 24 



S 2 3/03/83 C I 
H 3 3/04/83 B 1 



H 2 4/08/83 C 6 
H 2 10/29/83 A 5 
H 2 2/03/83 C 19 



H 2 9/1 1/83 A 6 N 

S 2 9/14/83 C 1 P N C05 

S 2 9/15/33 A 1 N COS 

S 2 9/16/83 C 1 N COS 

H 2 10/02/83 8 1 P U H49 



N 
N 
N M23 





N sa2 


L 



MONTHLr/A 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



PAGE 203 
l/17/8<. 



DUKE PROMOTES SIX 
HURR*Y> JOSUm S. Ill 

MURRAY Chosen lem counsel 

XURRAV. LEE 

WELDERS BEAUriFV OOMNTOMN 

MURRAY, PERCY (NCCUl 

BLACK STUDIES ENROLLMENT SMOUS LITTLE DECLINE AT AREA UNIVERSITIES 

MURRAY, TULA NICHOLAS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

MURRELL, HENRY THOMAS (ALBEMARLEI 
OBITUARY 

MUSANTE, GERARD J. (STRUCTURE HOUS=l 

HEIGHT-CONTROL FACILITY OFFERS 2-WEEK PROGRAM 

MUSHAK, PAUL 

SHAME ON HELMS ADS 
LETTER-WRITER MISLED 

MUSLAR, JEFFREY IVAN (CHAPEL HiLLI 
CHAPEL HILL MAN ABDUCTED 

MAN ABDUCTED IN CHAPEL HILL, DRIVEN TO DURHAM, ROBBED 
KIDNAPPING ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED 
DURHAM MAN FACES KIDNAPPING CHARGE 

MUSSER, SANDRA KAY (ADOPTION TRIANGLE MINISTRYI 

BIRTHPARENT'S SEARCH FOR CHILD LEADS TO ADOPTION MINISTRY 

MuTM. FRANCES (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

"UTI, LORENZO (SYMPHONY CONDUCTOR! 
OF MUSIC AND MUTI 

MUWONGE, JDE W. (UGANDA I 

TALK PLANNED ON UGANDA 

NCCU APPOINTS VISITING PROFESSOR 

MUWONGE GETS POST AT NCCu 

MYERS, ERNEST LEON (BUNCOMBE CO.l' 
COURT VACATES DEATH PENALTY 
JURY CONVICTS MAN IN NURSE'S 3EATH 
MAN GETS 6D-YEAR-TERM 

MYERS, ERNIE (NCSU BASKETBALLI 

MYERS THRUST INTO PACK ATTACK 

ERNIE MYERS KEEPS STATE'S NCAA DREAMS ALIVE 

REGAL ROOKIES; THE BATTLE OF THE BABES WAGES ON... 

ROUGH TIMES FOR WOLFPACK'S MYERS 

MYERS SCORES 2<. TO LIFT WOLFPACK 

MYERS, JOAN (1306 LIBERTY ST. I 

TRAILER HITS AUTO, INJURING ITS DRIVER 

MYERS. MARTHA 
ARTSEEN 
DANCERS LEARN HEALING STEPS 

MYERS, PATRICE G. (RALEIGH) 
SPORTS FANS INTOLERANT 

MYERS, RANDY 

WHAT CONSENSUS? 

MYERS, RICHARD L. 

HOSPITAL CARE CONTINUES WITH HATCHES, FLASHLIGHTS 
HOSPITAL COPES WITH POWER LOSS 

MYERS. ROBERT A. OR. (UNC-CH PROFESSORI 

GROUNDHOG BLOOD OFFERS A CLUE TO HIBERNATION 

MYERSf SONDRA (MAODl 

DURHAM'S HADD HOPES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 

MYERS, STEVEN WASHINGTON (ROXBOROI 
LIFE TERMS GIVEN FOR MURDER 

MYERS, W. C. (PSOI 

POLICEMAN PATRON HURT IN STRUGGLE 
PSO HURT IN SCUFFLE 

MVRICK, MAYNARO W. 

ABC BOARD, UNION COLLIDE AT MEETING 

NA. HU 

CHINA OVERREACTING 

NACLERIO, NICHOLAS JOSEPH (wOODBRnGE, VA.I 
DUKE SENIOR NAMED CHURCHILL SCHOLAR 

NADER, RALPH 

PRIVATE BUSINESSES COULD CARRY THE MAIL 

NAOLER, J. VICTOR OR. 

* APPOINTMENTS, ONE PROMOTION MADE AT DUKE 

NAKASONE, YASUHIRO 

REaGAN making error on JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER'S NAME (CARTOONl 

NAKELL, BARRY 

THE POWER VS. SYMBOLS 

RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCES 

FOROHAM EXPLAINS STAR REMOVAL 

FORDmaM HADE RIGHT DECISION A30UT STAR 

REMOVING UNC STAR WAS WRONG DECISION 

PLANETARIUM STAR WON'T BE RESTORED 

NANCE, GARLAND 

LIENS AGAINST BUILDER: iib.l'ti 

NANCE. LARRY (BASKETBALL PLAYER! 
TIGER RAG TO RICHES 

NAPLES. DAVID (MARINE) 

SON'S CALL WAS THEIR BIGGEST SIFT 

NAPOLEON 

NAPOLEON HAS OVERPOWERING FEELING THAT HE'S MOAMMAR KHAOAFY (CARTOONl 

NARRA, SATYA NARAYANA (CHARLOTTE) 
ENGINEER HELD IN WIFE'S DEATH 



N F 

P DATE 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PC L P BYL 



S 2 6/03/83 All N 

5 2 7/08/83 C 1 N 

S 2 5/02/83 C 1 P N EOS 

S 2 12/24/83 A 3 N 

H 2 3/07/83 B 7 

H 2 4/19/83 B "» 

H 2 12/27/83 A 8 N B30 



H 2 6/16/83 A 
H 2 6/23/83 A 



S 2 5/26/n3 C 1 

H 2 5/27/83 fl 1 

H 2 8/15/83 B 1 

S 2 3/27/83 A 3 



S 2 10/05/83 1 P F A15 
H 2 10/l<./83 C 5 
H 2 10/21/83 7 P F 



H 2 <)/27/83 A 3 N 

H 2 9/27/83 C I N 

S 2 10/05/83 C 3 N 



H 2 8/10/83 A 9 
H 2 11/13/B3 B 1 1 
S 2 11/15/83 A 5 



H 2 1/26/83 B 2 P F H71 

S 2 2/10/83 B 1 P U D18 

H 2 3/J6/83 B 2 P F M71 

S 2 12/09/83 D 1 P U F25 

H 2 12/21/83 B 1 P N C52 



H 2 1/08/83 A 1 1 



S 2 6/16/83 3 P U B71 
H 2 7/10/83 C 1 P N 



H 2 3/D6/83 DSL 
H 2 10/28/83 A 4 L 



S 2 12/07/83 A 1 N J56 
H 2 12/09/83 8 1 P N 



H 2 2/03/83 B 1 N 

H 2 9/06/83 A 1 P N 582 

H 1 1/22/83 C I N 



H 2 1/15/83 A 9 
S 2 1/15/83 A 11 



H 2 1/28/83 B 1 N sal 

H 2 "./lO/SS <. E 

S 2 <,/27/83 C 7 N 

H 2 1/25/83 A <. E 

S 2 7/D7/83 A 7 N 

H 2 1/20/83 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 1/02/83 <. L 

H 2 1/07/83 A 4 L 

S 2 1/08/83 A 14 N 

S 2 1/10/83 A 4 E 

S 2 1/25/83 A 4 L 

H 2 11/19/83 C 1 N 



H 2 5/12/83 B 4 N 

H 2 12/15/93 C 1 P U 071 

H 2 12/25/93 C 7 N 

H 2 2/23/33 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 7/11/83 A 10 N 



MQNTMLY/ANNdAL 



INDEX 
12/31/33 



P 



DATE 



S 
6 
C PG 



PAGE 20". 
I/IT/S"! 



N*RR*» Vt J*YALA((ShMI MARUPUO! 

ENGINEER hElO in uIFE'S OEaTh 

NASM* ESPER lee S«. (dAHAMAI 
OBITUARY 

NASMt LORI (UNC NURSING STUDENT) 
OQN'T FDRCET NURSES 

NASHOLO, IRENE 

STUDENT AT CRENAOIAN SCHOOL P-iAISES MARINES 

NASHOLD. JAMES «. 5. 

BACK IN DURHAM, GRENADA MS LIKE A DREAM,.,* 

STUDENT GLAD TQ LEAVE GRENADA 

STUDENT AT GRENAOIAN SCHOOL PRAISES MARINES 

NASSIF. JOE 

NASSIF, BROADFOOT CLASH OVER SRAnT 

GRANT LOSS CAUSES DISPUTE AT "EETING 

IF REVENUE Sharing axEO. TOWN FACES »329,Dl<. LOSS 

NASSIF TO BE ASKED ABOUT JAIL CHANGES 

NASSIF SEES NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN PROJECT 

NEXT CHAPEL HILL MAYOR TO GET SMALLER SALARY 

NASSIF FAVORS tax; COUNCIL M£<3E.<S AHAITING REPORT 

mayor urges hater conservation 

durham, chapel hill «ant changes in i-'io 

jordan water ok reversed 

chapel hill mayor to seek re-election 

chapel hill mayor seeks 2n0 term; filing ends tooar 

thoroughfare plan approval is expected 

candidates are divided on chapel hill library 

growth issue dominates chapel hill races 

2 Challengers get council seats 

new chapel hill cquncilmen get t3 work 

NaST, THOMAS ICaRTOGNISTI 
ELEPHANTS AND DONKEYS 

NATHAN, ESTHER K. {DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

NATHANS, SYDNEY 

•HISTORY IS ALL AROUND US* 

NAVAS - VILLABONA, MARIO EVANGELISTA 

MAN ACCUSED IN OCT. SIEGE OF TRAIN TO PLEAD INNOCENT 

WAKE DA SAYS DURHAM LAWYER PREJUDICED CASE 

LOFLIN DENIES PREJUDICING AMT?AK CASE 

NAVAS* ARRAIGNMENT NOW SET FO' SEPT. 16 

ARRAIGNMENT MAY BE DELAYED 

NAVAS PLEADS INNOCENT BY REAS3N OF INSANITY 

HAN ACCUSED IN TRAIN SIEGE PLEADS INNOCENT 

NAVRATILOVA, MARTINA 

SIX-MILL ION-DOLL AR WOMAN 
Two VERSIONS OF NUMBER ONE: 



AT LAST, THE PIECES FIT. 



NAYLON, K. J. IPSO) 

ELDERLV WOMAN AIDED BY CHURCH AFTER EVICTION 

NAYLOR, Thomas h. IOUKE U. ECONOMIST! 

SOVIET PLANNERS FINALLY MEET 3UKE ECONOMIST 

NEAL, BOBBY I ZEBULONl 

THREE MEN ARRESTED; MARIJUANA SEIZED 

NEAL. BRYAN 

GREENVILLE, '. 



TO GET BRAVES' OOUBLE-A TEAM? 



NEAL. KANOl h. (PITT5B0R01 

DEAF PREPARE FOR SERVICE 

NEAL* KATHY 

FIRMS HELP IN WASTE DISPOSAL 
NEAL GETS STATE JOB 

NEAL, PATRICIA 

SOCCER WANTED AT NORTHERN 

YEaGER: prospects GOOD FOR SOCCER AT NORTHERN 
DURHAM COUNTY BOARD LETS STUDENTS OFF JAN. 2 
BALDWIN TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

NEAL, PETER R. I H ILL S BOROUGH I 

DON'T BLAME PREACHER FOR ABUSE DATA 
PAY DOESN'T SOLVE ALL PROBLEMS 

NEAL, RON (PITTSeoRQI 

DEAF PREPARE FOR SERVICE i 

NEALf STEPHEN (REP. ] 

SOLAR ENERGY BANK MONEY IS RELEASED 

NEAL HAS SURGERY 

STEVENS CENTER BILL ADVANCING 

NEAL ASKS PRESIDENT FOR SCHOOL OF ARTS GRANT 

NEALEr, ANTHONY JAMES 

MORE WARRANTS OBTAINED IN REVCO STORE ROBBERY 

NEALV, ALLEN M. 

SENTENCES JF 2 MEN UPHELD IN iREAKING AND ENTERING 

2 MEN ARRESTED ON RAPE COUNTS 

2 ARE ARRESTED IN SEXUAL ASSAJLT 

WOMAN ARRESTED, CHARGED WITH TAKING LSD TO INMATES 

WOMAN HELD ON LSD CHARGES 

NEEBE. FREDERICK LOUIS REV. I HI LL S3 OROUGH I 
OBITUARY 

NEELON, VIRGINIA J. 

COMMITTEE HELPS ELDERLY PEOPLE 
OVERFLOW PROJECTED FOR NURSIN3 HOMES 

NEff, WILLIAM 

ALL LIFE IS A GAMBLE 
BLACK DAY FOR ELDERLY 
RfAGAN NOT AIDING POOR 
POOR TREATED UNFAIRLY 

NEILL. STEPHEN RT, REV. (OXFORD, ENGLAND! 

WORLD COUNCIL; bishop: ACCOUNTABILITY IN GIFTS NEEDED 

SEINHUIS, ARTHUR DR. 

LEUKEMIA ORuG MAY AID TREATMENT 3F SICKLE CELL 

NELIUS, STEFAN (DUKE UNIV. GRADUAH! 



H 2 7/11/83 AID N 

H 2 2/06/83 C 2 

5 2 5/04/83 A <, L 

H 2 11/23/83 A <, L 



H 2 10/28/83 A 1 P F 
S 2 10/28/83 C 1 N 
H 2 U/23/83 A 4 L 



H 


3 


2/08/83 


B 


1 


N 


N36 


s 


? 


2/08/83 


A 


s 


N 




H 


3 


2/23/83 


H 


1 


N 


N!6 


H 


■3 


"■/Ol/BS 


H 


1 


N 




s 


? 


6/18/83 


A 


h 


N 




H 


3 


6/22/83 


B 


1 


N 


W3h 


H 


3 


8/20/83 


(, 




N 


U16 


H 


3 


8/2<./a3 


H 




N 


Ht6 


S 


? 


8/31/83 


A 




N 


K90 


H 


2 


9/23/83 


H 


7 


N 


H8 1 


S 


? 


lD/06/83 


r 


1 


N 


H46 


H 


1 


10/07/83 


B 


1 


N 


W3h 


H 


3 


10/20/83 


H 


1 


N 


W36 


s 


7 


ll/0<./83 


A 


3 


N 


H3ft 


H 


2 


11/06/83 


() 


2 P F 


W16 


s 


2 


Il/O^/SS 


H 


1 


N 


W3h 


s 


2 


12/06/83 


A 


8 


N 




H 


2 


5/28/83 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


4/06/83 


A 


!■) 








H 2 6/19/83 D 1 P U H45 



H 2 8/15/83 A 1 N 

H 2 a/17/83 B I N 

S 2 8/I7/B3 C 1 N F3D 

S 2 8/22/83 A 2 N 

H 2 6/26/83 A 10 N 

H 2 9/20/83 A 9 N 

5 2 9/20/83 8 8 N 



H 2 5/05/83 1 P U 071 
H 2 5/08/83 B 2 P F M71 



H 2 1/12/83 A 5 L 

H 2 2/10/83 D 6 N 

H 1 12/16/83 a 1 N 

S 2 7/21/83 B 2 N 

S 2 4/14/83 C 1 P F 



S 2 6/15/83 A 8 N C05 
S 2 9/05/83 A 3 N 



H 2 5/12/83 A 5 L 

H 2 7/10/83 B B N C36 

H2 12/0 6/83A 9 NW24 

S 2 12/13/83 A 1 P N COS 



H 2 6/24/83 A 
H 2 10/21/83 A 



S 2 4/14/83 C 1 P F 



2 1/20/83 

2 2/20/83 

2 5/29/83 

2 6/29/83 



H 2 3/23/83 A II 



H 2 11/02/83 C 3 

H 2 11/09/83 a 6 

S 2 11/09/83 8 1 

H 2 11/14/83 3 1 

S 2 11/14/83 C 1 



H 2 U/30/83 C 



H 2 S/13/83 A 4 
S 2 12/12/83 C I 



S 2 2/25/83 A 

S 2 4/04/83 A 

S 2 4/29/83 A 

S 2 10/29/83 A 



H 2 2/05/83 A 
S 2 5/28/83 A 



N 

N CDS 



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ANNUAL INOEH UY NAMES PAGE 205 

1/01/33 - uz-iOfi V/n/il 



GLOSETRalTER: AFTEH COLLEGE. HE rOOK 2-1/2 YEARS TO SEE HORLO 

NELMS* JOHN K. lOAFGROI 

VANCE-GRANVILLE COLLEGE TRUSfEES ELECT CHAIRMAN 
QXfORQ WATER LINE POLICY CRIIICWEO 

NELSON, CHARLIE S. 

EDITORIAL POLICY IRREPARABLY "JAOEO' 

NELSON. COLEV SCOTT 

TyO MURDER TRIALS BEGIN TODAY IN DURHAM COURT 

WITNESSES RECOUNT KILLING 

DELIBERATIONS NEARING IN MURDiR TRIAL 

MURDER JURY TAKES BREAK 

JURY CONVICTS NELSON OF 2N0-DeGREE MURDER 

JURV FINOS TEEN GUILTY OF MURDER 

* PRISONERS ARE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

■i CHARGED IN BEATING OF PRISO'JER 

NELSON. DOROTHY (FEW GARDENS APTS.I 
CRIME VICTIMS 'FIGHTING BACK' 

NELSON, JESSIE ANN IDECEASEDI ' 

OBITUARY 

NELSON, JOSEPH JR. IGREENSBOROI 
MEDICAL CHARGE IS LODGED 
'NATUROPATH' CONVICTED, GETS SUSPENDED TERM 

NELSON, LARRY (DUKE UNIV. ARCHITECTI 
DUKE MAKES 2 APPOINTMENTS 

NELSON, LOLA WILLIAMS lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

NELSON, MARGARET J. 

MAN CHARGED IN SCHOOL ATTACK 

NELSON, ROBERT OR. 

ALAMANCE SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT IS HONORED BY MUSIC ASSOCIATION 
ALAMANCE SCHOOL OFFICIAL RESIGNS 

NELSON, STEVEN I AGE 9 1 

KEEP DURHAM'S GRASS CUT 

NELSON, VAN ICHAPEL HILL I 
OBI TUARV 

NEMEROFF, CHARLES B. OR. 

SCHIZOPHRENIA MAY HAVE BIOLOGICAL CAUSES 

NESBIT. JOAN IUNC-CHI 

MS. NESBIT, UNC WIN VIRGINIA 1EET 

NESBITT, GLADYS JACKSON 
OBITUARY 

NESBITT, MARTIN IREP.) 

PROPOSAL WOULD PROHIBIT DRIVI'JG AFTER DRINKING 
LEGISLATOR'S DUI PLAN TOO EXTREME TO WIN OK 

NESTER, ALLEN M. 

FUNB EXECUTIVE NAMED PRESIDENT OF CLINGENOAEL 
HOTEL EUROPA HAS BEEN SOLD 

NEUENDORFF, TONY 

A DENIZEN OF The dugouts 

BULLS' PLAYER FACES CHARGE 

NEVES, FRANK lUMPIREI 

Two CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPS FIRE1 FOR BASEBALLS INCIDENT 
UMPIRES' FIRINGS TURNING INTO NASTY SITUATION 
CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPIRES' FIRUG A FORGOTTEN ISSUE? 

NEVILLE, JERRY 

DUKE FUND TO HONOR COMO, HELP FIGHT CHILDHOOD DISEASES 

NEVILLE, TOMMY LEE (BONNIE OOONE ) 
TROOPER KILLS MAN IN STRUGGLE 

NEW. OAVIO 

SPRINGTIME BASS A 'NEW' RECORT 

NEW, GROVER "SIMP" IGREENSBOROI 
OBITUARY 

NEWBOLD, ZACK E. AND DELMA 

»l MILLION TO BE PAID IN LAWSJIT 

NEWBOULT, TOM (YATES BAPTIST CHURCH I 

CHURCH'S BIBLE SCHOOL: OUTDOORS GATHERING WITH MISSION AIM 

NEWCOHB, JOE LEE 

DURHAM HAN Facing assault change 

MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY TRY 

L, QUI- ._ 

WOMAN IN hqrsf-theft case is arrested on drug charges 
WOMAN faces drug charges 

NEWELL. ROBERT (DANCER AND AC TOR I 

ROXBORO NATIVE IN 'BARNUM' TOURING COMPANY 

NEWKIRK. TONY 

OFFICERS Charge Durham man with theft of microwave oven 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED WITH 2N1-DEGREE BURGLARY 

NEWMAN, CRAIG (CHAPEL HILLI 
CHAPEL HILL MAN KILLED 
MAN SHOT DEAD AT PARENTS' HOM= 
PROBE PUSHED IN CHAPEL HILL DEATH 
SLAYING PROBED 

RETIRED PROFESSOR CHARGED IN SON'S DEATH BY GUNSHOT 
FATHER FACES HEARING IN DEATH 
NEWMAN HEARING IS OCT. 25 

CHARGE AGAINST NEWMAN DISMISSED IN SON'S DEATH 
CHARGES ARE DISMISSED AGAINST RETIRED PROF 

NEWMAN, DON I CONSOl I DATED VENTURESI 

BOLIN creek: BUILDER IS CONVHCEO HE'S BUILDING OFFICE OF THE FUTURE NOW 

NEWMAN, EO (MIAMI DOLPHINSI 
DEVILISH TIME IN MIAMI 

NEWMAN, JAMES EARL 



N E 
P D 


S 
DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 


H 2 


5/21/63 C 


1 


P U H49 


H 1 
H 1 


a/25/S3 B 
9/23/33 B 


1 
1 


N H60 
N L30 


H 2 


12/29/33 A 


5 


I 


S 2 

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


2/22/63 A 
2/23/83 B 
2/23/83 C 
2/24/33 A 
2/2'./83 A 
2/25/63 B 
3/04/33 A 
3/04/33 B 


I 
1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 1 
4 


N F30 

N B51 

N 

N 851 

N F30 

N 851 

N 

N 


S 2 


10/19/33 C 


1 


N A47 


H 2 


7/10/33 C 


2 





H 2 
H 2 


1/20/33 C 
6/25/83 A 


6 

5 


N 
N 


S 2 


3/09/83 A 


8 


N 


H 2 

H 2 


9/02/83 C 
9/03/33 C 


10 

5 






H 2 


10/09/83 A 


1 


N 


H 1 
H 1 


1/14/83 B 
4/14/33 B 


1 
1 


N 
N 


H 2 


6/22/83 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


2/15/83 B 


9 





S 2 


8/26/83 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/02/83 C 


9 


N 


H 2 


1/06/83 A 


16 





H 2 
S 2 


2/01/83 B 
2/14/83 A 


2 
4 


N 
E 


H 2 
S 2 


9/04/83 
12/26/83 C 


1 1 
1 


P N 
N 


H 2 
H 2 


6/06/83 B 
7/U/83 B 


2 

1 


P F M71 
N 


H 2 
5 2 
S 2 


8/03/33 a 
a/04/33 B 
8/11/83 B 


2 

2 
3 


P N M71 
N P55 
N P55 


S 2 


5/20/33 A 


1 


N L38 


H 2 


7/17/63 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/15/83 B 


9 


P P S76 


H 2 


8/20/33 B 


4 





H 2 


3/13/33 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


6/18/83 A 


7 


N A20 


S 2 

H 3 


1/28/83 C 
1/29/83 B 


1 
1 


N 
N 


?l 


3/15/83 A 
3/15/83 A 


3 
5 


N 
N 


H 1 


2/25/83 B 


1 P F L30 


S 2 
H 2 


12/24/83 A 
12/25/83 A 


3 
4 


N 
N 


S 2 

H 3 
S 2 
H 3 
H 3 
S 2 
H 3 
H 2 
S 2 


10/13/83 A 
10/14/83 a 
10/14/83 C 
10/15/33 B 
10/18/83 B 
10/18/83 A 
10/19/63 B 
0/26/83 A 
10/26/83 A 


I 
1 
1 
1 

P 


N K45 

N 

N 

N 

N K45 

N 

N 

N W36 

N 


H 2 


10/02/83 12 P 


F L41 


H 2 


8/19/63 C 


1 


U 071 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX DY NAMES PAGE J06 

1/01/83 - 12/31/n3 1/17/8° 



HIGH COURT UPHOLDS ASSAULT CO>IVICTIONS 

NEHHANf ROY LEE 

HIGH COURT UPHOLDS ASSAULT CONVICTIONS 

(RETIRED UNC P(<)f6SSQa( 
_ _iSOR CHARGED IN SON'S DEATH BY GUNSHOT 
FATHER PACES HEARING IN DEATH 
NEWHAN HEARING IS OCT. 25 

CHARGE AGAINST NEMMAN DISMISSED IN SON'S DEATH 
CHARGES DROPPED 
CHARGES ARE DISMISSED AGAINST RETIRED PROF 

NEwSOMt NANNIE (UNION MILLSl 

2 BROTHERS CONVICTED OF MUROE) 

SROTMERS GET LIFE TERMS IN DEATH OF a8-YEAR-0LD 

NEMSOMEt CURTIS GLENWOOO (PERSON C3.I 
NEWSOME GETS PERSON COUNTY J03 

NEWSOME. DARYL THOMAS 

2 CHARGED alTH ROBBERY 

NEHSOMF, GLEN (UARREN CO. MANAGERI 

PC6 LANDFILL NOT FORGOTTEN IN WARREN 
MARREN OPENS MANAGER'S JOB 
STATE SATS DISMISSAL LEGAL 
HARREN APPOINTS INTERIM MANAGER 

NGUYEN* MYHA (RALEIGH) 

DEATHS CALLED MUROER-SU ICI OE 

NICHOLS. ALFONSO 

COUPLE SAYS POLICE BURST INTO APT. WITHOUT WARRANT 
CITY SUED FOR ERRANT DRUG RAII 

NICHOLS. ANNIE (CRISIS INTERVENTION PRn&RAMI 

DURHAM PEOPLE DONATE FUNDS TO PAY FUEL BILLS 

NICHOLS. BOB (NETWORK PROOUCTSI 

THE SPIN-OFFS: IS THE PROMISE OF SILICON VALLEY COMING 

NICHOLS, CELIA BLAKE 
OBITUARY 

NICHOLS, DWIGHT VANCE (N. WILKESBO<0 JOURNAL-PATRIOT) 
NICHOLS. NEWSPAPER EDITOR 

NICHOLS, ERNEST JAMES (RED CROSS! 
HE'S RED CROSS STANDOUT 

NICHOLS, JENNIFER NICHOLE IDECEASET) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

NICHOLS, JOYCE (PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT) 

THE P.*.: TREATING THE WHOLE "ATIENT 

NICHOLS, LISA 

MARRIAGE, WORK IN STORE FOR T3 P SENIORS 

NICHOLS, MARGARET (GREENVILLE, S.C. ) 
OBITUARY 

NICHOLS, RHODES EOMONO JR. OR. 

RETIRED DOCTOR DIES IN DURHAM 
OBITUARY 

NICHOLS, WOODROW W. JR. DR. 

NCCU STUDY: BETTER TRANSPORTATION NEEDED 

NCCU'S NICHOLS CHAIRS GROUP 

NCCU GEOGRAPHY CHAIRMAN GETS 193,000 GRANT FOR ATLAS 

NCCU PROFESSOR TO CREATE ATLAS 

NICHOLSON, CRAIG 

HOME TARINGS CONCERN OF RECORD FIRMS 

NICHOLSON, DENNIS 

TWO dANDIDATES FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

FOUR CANDIDATES FILE FOR CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

SCHOOL BOARD RACE HEATING UP 

SCHOOLS' IMAGE WEIGHED AT FORJM 

2 SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENTS GE7 OVA BACKING 

DURHAM ELECTIONS: 13 SEEKING POSTS ON SCHOOL BOARD 

FIRST ROUND TUESDAY IN DURHAM ELECTIONS: SCHOOL BOARD.. 

GROUP BACKS CANDIDATES IN PRIMARIES 

THREE RETAIN SEATS ON SCHOOL 10ARD 

MANY HAVE HELPED IMPROVE CITY SCHOOLS 

NICHOLSON, JAMES L. JR. 

11,175 IN PROPERTY STOLEN FROH KNOX STREET HOUSE 

NICHOLSON, JANICE 

EXCELLENT EDUCATION 

CITY SCHOOLS HAVE PEOPLE WHO iXCEL 



NICHOLSON 



LSON, JOHN F. "NICK" 
Two GENTLEMEN OF MERIT 

NICHOLSON, TYLER (ROXBORO) 

A OREAM COME TRUE FOR NICHOLSON 

NICKLAUS, JACK 

NICKLAUS PLANS 15-16 TOURNEYS 

WATER, HATER EVERYWHERE AND N3T A LIE IN SIGHT 

WALTRIP PACES RICHMOND QUALIFYING 

WOOD DISCOVERS PRESSURE OF PLAYING JACK'S GAME 

NICKS, MARY L. BOOTH (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 

NIFONG. MICHAEL 

NIFONG APPOINTED CHIEF ASSISTANT TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

NIMS, JOHN FREDERICK 

FESTIVAL REUNITES TEACHERS, STUDENTS 
POETRY: FOR THOSE WHO LOVE SOUND, MEANING 

NISSEN. BUBBA 

EARNHARDT SPORTSMAN WINNER; NISSEN INJURED 

NIXON, RICHARD 

NIXON READING NEWS ABOUT BILLY MARTIN COMING BACK FOR 3R0 TIME (CARTOON) 

NIXON, RICHARD, PRESIDENTIAL LIBRAJY 

NIXON LIBRARY IS HEADING FOR KANSAS, ARTIST THINKS 





N E 
P D 


S I T 
E L Y 
DATE C PG L P BYL 




H 2 


5/0<./e3 A l« N 




H 2 


5/04/83 A I", N 




H 3 
S 2 
H 3 
H 2 
H 3 
S 2 


10/19/B3 B N f.-,^ 
10/18/83 A 3 N 
10/l<)/83 B N 
10/26/83 A 1 P N W36 
10/26/83 a 1 P P F7D 
10/26/83 A 3 N 




H 2 
H 2 


3/13/83 a 5 N 
3/20/83 A 15 N 




H 1 


12/0'»/83 B 1 N 




S 2 


6/04/83 A 3 N 




H 1 
H I 
H I 
H I 


9/05/83 B 1 N L30 
11/09/83 fl 1 N 
12/06/83 B 1 N 
12/28/83 B 1 N 




H 2 


5/D8/83 A 4 N 




H 2 
H 2 


3/10/83 B 1 N A5<. 
5/06/83 a 1 N S82 




S 2 


1/27/83 A 1 N K90 


N THE RTF? 


H 2 


5/29/83 A 2 1 P F m 




H 2 


1/19/83 C 7 




H 2 


3/18/83 C 8 




H 2 


4/25/83 A 6 P F 




H 2 
H 2 


7/02/83 8 3 
7/03/83 C 2 




H 2 


7/17/83 D 1 P F B30 




S 2 


6/20/83 A 3 P N CDS 




H 2 


a/1 1/83 A 23 




S 2 

H 2 


2/12/83 A 14 
2/13/83 A 20 




S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


1/26/83 CI N M23 
8/09/83 A 8 N 
9/29/83 A 13 N 
10/05/83 C U N 




S 2 


2/18/83 C 1 N 583 




S 2 

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


8/29/83 A 1 P N COS 
3/30/83 a 1 P N W24 
3/30/83 CI N C05 
10/07/83 a 1 N W24 
10/08/83 CI N W24 
10/09/83 A 1 N W24 
10/09/83 1 P F 
10/10/83 A 7 N 
10/12/83 A 1 P N W24 
11/17/83 A 4 L 




H 2 


1/29/33 A 12 N 




H 2 

H 2 


2/07/83 A 4 L 
6/02/33 A 4 L 




H 2 


10/01/33 A 4 E 




H 2 


10/11/83 B 3 P F C36 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 

H 2 


2/13/83 B 1 1 P N P07 
4/10/33 a 1 P V P07 
9/10/83 B 5 P N 
9/11/33 C 10 N P07 




H 2 


3/10/83 a 9 




H 2 


4/27/83 A 9 N 851 




H 2 
H 2 


2/20/83 3 P U M45 
3/06/83 D 3 P U H45 




H 2 


3/06/83 B 12 N 


(CARTOON) 


H 2 


1/14/33 A 4 T T RS6 




H 2 


2/16/83 8 1 N H60 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/B3 



NAMES 



ARTIST PLANS MURAL POR R OU 

UC-IRVINE .<fIGHS LIBRARY BIO 

NIXQN LIBRARY MAY BE OFFEREO XQME IN IRVINE 

UC-IRVINE TAKEN OFF NIXON LIST 

CALIFORNIA TOMN OFFERS 25 ACRSS TO NIXON LIBRARY 

NIXON LIBRARY WORTH GOING AFTER FOR OUKE 

RICHARD M. NIXON PRESIDENTIAL BOOKMOBILE ICARTOONI 

CALIFORNIA GETS NIXON LIBRARY 

SAN CLEMENTE GETS NIXON LIBRARY 

NIXON library: an OPPORTUNITY REJECTED 

OUKE FAILS HISTORY LESSON 

NIXON-HATERS MON 

NOT DISAPPOINTED IN NIXON 

NIXON MUSEUM MELL-PLACEO 

integrity at ouke 

loyalty to nixon hard to understand 

nobleSi frankie (ranolemani 

frankie takes car