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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 



CR071.5 
D96i 

1983 

SUBJECT 



UNIVERSITY OF N C AT CHAPEL HILL 



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00040646186 



FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 





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An index to: 

llurljiim illorning Hfctdlb 
THE DURHAM SUN 



Subject Index 
Januaiy-December 1 983 



Compiled by Herald-Sun Library 
Published by Herald-Sun Newspapers 
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 INDEX: 

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

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



INDEXING DEPTH: 

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



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



ORGANIZATION: 

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

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

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



Key To Symbols Used in IND-EX 






NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 



ED (Edition) 

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 

NNews 

O Obituary 

P Photo 

Q News in a Series 

R Review 

S Review in a Series 

T Cartoon 

U Column 

V Column in a Series 

W Literary Works 



ILL (Illustration) 

C Chart or Graph 
D Drawing 
MMap 
P Photo 
T Cartoon 

BYL (By-line) 

A15 ADAMS, ALLISON 

A20 ADAMS. JACK 

A47 ALDERMAN. DONALD 

A54 ANDREWS, MARK 

326 HERMAN, RITA 

B30 BEST, KIM 

B46 BOLICK, SANDY HOYLE 
^ B51 BONDS, LOU 
> B61 BOSWELL, CARL 
^ B66 BRITT, TONY 
a- 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 

F25 FEATHERSTON, AL 

F30 FERRELL, RON 

F70 FRANCIS, JAMIE 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY 

G33 GENTRY, JERRY 

&13 GERMINO, HUGO 

G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 

H45 HODGES, BETTY 

H49 HODGES, ED 

H55 HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY 

H60 HOLMES, JACK 

H90 HUGHES, CATHY 

J06 JALUVKA, LYNN 

J40 JOHNSTON, FLO 

JSO JONES, H.G. 

JS2 JONES, JULIE 

J56 JONES, PAT 

J58 JONES, RICHARD 

K30 KEISTER, KEVIN 

K45 KIRKLAND, LAURIE 

K90 KREUZWIESER, MARK 

L25 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 

M51 MICHAEL, KAMMIE 

M56 MICHAELS, GAIL 

M66 MOORE, HAROLD 

M71 MORRIS, RON 

M95 MURPHY, TRACEY 

N25 NEAL, KATHY 

N36 NEWTON, DAVID 

046 OLIVER, TOM 

P07 PACE, LEE 

P45 PLAISANCE, PAT 

P55 POWELL, CHRIS 

R09 RAINS, JOHN 

R56 ROGERS. V. C. 

R81 ROWE, CHARLES 

R91 RUMPLE, TONY 

S09 SATTERFIELD, CAROLYN 

S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 

S36 SHERRILL, BOB 

S45 SINK, JOHN 

S51 SMITH, BILL 

S56 SMITH. DEBBIE 



S66 SMITH, R. C. 

S76 SPARKS, JIM 

S81 STAGG, BILL 

882 STEVENSON, JOHN 

S83 STOVALL, MELINDA 

S91 SWAIM, RON 

T32 THOMAS, ASHLIN 

T37 THORNTON, JIM 

U57 UPCHURCH, KEITH 

W09 WALL, DON 

W24 WEFING, 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 

X45 EASON & MARKELL 

X46 ANDREWS & BEST 

X47 ADAMS & JALUVKA 

X48 STOVALL & BOLICK 

X49 BEST & LEE 

X50 WEFING & BOLICK 

X51 MARKELL/ KREUZWIESER/ STOVALL 

X52 EASON & FERRELL 

X53 BONDS & SMITH 

X54 MICHAEL & BONDS 

X55 WHELESS & EASON 

XS7 BROWN & WEFING 

X58 BOLICK & WHELESS 

X59 KREUZWIESER & BOLICK 

X60 FERRELL & LEVY 

X61 KREUZWIESER & JONES 

X62 KREUZWIESER & LEVY 

X63 JONES & CANNADA 

X64 OLIVER & ANDREWS 

X65 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 



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Feature 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE (HARRY HOLLINGSWORTH) 

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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ACT STATE UNIV. 

SEE N.C. Af.r STATE UNIV. 

AAAAA KANGAROO SELF STORAGE 

"lTn"0VE??. DEaSI'bUT WHERF .ill we put A STUFEEO -QHSE? 

ABC "0A«0 j.^QHOLic BEVERAGE GONTROL HOARD „„.„„ 

SEE ORANGE COUNTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

'^''SEE^ALSn ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

LOBBY GROUP PLANS TO FIGHT LA< CHANGES 

S'i^?Ss'sifeN'lLl?FgS5SS{'0N STATE'S ALCOHOL LAWS 
MINE BILL ZOOMING THROUGH ASSEMBLY 

H-!;jtES:KEK!l^ g!tt °S;iSW?J OF POLITICS 

MOUSE OR- S CHANGES IN HINE FRANCHISE LAW 

LABEL ALCOHOL'S DANGERS , 

SUOI'S CHARGED WITH VIOLATIONS 

i^?"?£l?'F^'^i'SSI-f"5?g^SoSr'H^'fJoH GETTING OEER 
LIOUQR LAWS PROMOTE INCENTIVE 10 CHEAT 
l". ARBEST60 FOR ALCOHOL 

ABC SIORES ' 

Sfe ALjn ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO COORS BEER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC , ^ ^^ 

5EE AlId JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING CO. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGf CONTROL PUAKD 

Sfl ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF ABC BOARDS 

SEE ALSO WARREN COUNTY, N.C. ABC STORtS 

SEE ALSO WINE 

WARREN COUNTY ABC BOARD REORGANIZED 

;fau§r^irE^"TO?2£L5"B5UED IN ONLY jIX TAR HEEL COUNTIES 

L QUOR SALES DECLINE IN N.C. FOR FIRST TIME 

N.C. OFFICIALS SAY TAR HEELS TRIN'ING LESS. 

ROSMAN ABC STORE CLOSED WITH OEBTS 

|Sea?h analyzer wUL check RALEIGH ABC STORE PATRONS 

LIQUOR PRICE HIKES MAY PROMPT SUIT 

LIQUOR STORE, BEER HOT ELECTHN IS' 

ABC BOARDS PROMOTING LIQUOR SALES 

SILER CITY AaC STORE APPROVED 

PLANS SHAPING UP FOR NEW ABC STO.<E 



PAYING MORE 



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"A9SCAM" INVESTIGATION 



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"°SEE ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORIANIZAllONS FOR REFORM NO J (AGORNI 

ACT-SO lAFRO-ACAOEMIC CULTURAL TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENTIFIC OLYMPICS! 
SEE ALSO OLYMPICS 

ACADEMIC OLYMPICS SET AT NCCU 

"^IeE also peace CORPS 
5 VOLUNTEERS NAMED 

•'"'■iipAMEBlCAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

""IeE ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

"'^ ifijETTsJuLF MINISTER EPISCOPAL CANDIDATE 

""= "A;j§?c'jNr&o'l[C-WINU TO YACHT MAKER 

"'°"A2i^o'§iL'?8^°TS"UuT DOWN R«.EIGH CENTEK 
AMOCO ABANDONS OIL PROSPECTINj PLAN 



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'• ^fEHrArB^A^^ifShfE'^^SShL .URA.GE CO.. N.C.I 

""?gr!l!l£S'k85S30NMENT 

'^'"'hVH'l'l.rihU'.i A MYSTERY 

ABDOMINAL PREGNANCIES 
SEE PREGNANCY 

ABFROEEN ANU BRIAR PATCH RAILROADS 

SEE ALSO RAILROADS, N.C. „„.„, 

COMPANY FORMS TO RUN RAILROADS 

'^""sePXlSO birth CONTROL 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

111 ttln NAnONArABORTION RIGHTS ACTION LEAGUE INARAtl 
SEE ALSO N.C. RIGHT-TO-LIFE. I^t. 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 



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rSKH^SsloMEls i^NT^MgJP^EU^pI'lN HEALTH PROGRAMS 
"c.luOGEI COMMITTEE RETAINS ABORTION FUNDS 

'sE^AfE°S^jlJls"AMi°NSie!:V'lAT„ TO BAN ABORTIONS 
POOR uOhIn need FREE ABORTION^ 
COURT COSTS FOR UNWANTED CHILD 

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CENSORSHIP: AN UGLY uART 
r^ToS^^'liErLrB^Fg^ArlENTI.ENT 

K?Y!2S?STt§^ ;SlNS5?Nf'S!?'jE0PAR0UE BILL 
ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS RALLY 
AN iNCONSClONABLE MUZZL NG „nrTnRS 

MORAL MAJORITY FACES SUIT dY T yO DOCTORS 

'^^Ue FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. "ABSCAM" INVESTIGATION 

"'''i'fl;'2oS?PA:ISw'rb's^;'TEE VOTING IN CHAPlL HILL 
ILLUSTRATES VOTING 
ABSENTEE VOTERS HAVE CHOICE 

'"^"ISy^TEE RATES AT A LOW LEVEL 
INCENTIVE TO WORK 

cMpi OYEE-ABStNTFb RATE LOW 

EMPLOYEES SHOWING MORE LOYALTY? 

ABUSED WOMEN 

SEE BATTERED WOMEN 

"'SI?'iL!R'f?B5nRSHlP ^ 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 
SEE ALSO FitEEDOM OF THE PRESS 

LOYALTY OATH RECALLS DARK TIMES 

'"S^g'LPi'cl'S'fJAL UNIV. ACADEMIC OLYMPICS 

«*?P?'iLlS'*«I^HfR EOUCATION 
SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 



SEE ALSO PROFESSORS. U.S. c.r.nTw T 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. f^^LTY. T 

UNC TEACHER LOSES ROUND IN BATTLc TO BE REHl 



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i?2^ETi!s'1^0^G'2"cEJi'rHO.aR.NG WRONG FILMS 
ENTFR AFTER HOURS MOVIE BUFF CONTEST 
ALMOST ANYTHING GOES IN OSCAR SHOW 
SS"vlf BUlF-^S^NrElT WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED... 

'"' 'i^c!^F[?SlV55s'"sVSi^GS?°K5iKABILLY 
ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE PROGRAM 

^^^0fp??ArTh'3p r^NIT FOR ELDERLY 
HOSPITaC SETTING UP UNIT FOR AGED 

'"'"^iJiMtL^^irLi ON STUDENT IN .ALEIGH 

'"iPrl^lo'SA^tlGH^JugH'AS'IJlRPURT. FIRE-LRASH RESCUE TEAM 
RUI TNG REVERSED ON PLANE CRAS-i 
pVtof SPENT YEARS SEEKING VINDICATION 

ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. INTERNATIONAL 



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ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. "-C. 
■- Iff jlSO ACCIDENTS. JETS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. EMErJenCIEs 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 

STREAK OF LI ShT PROMPT S^C ALLS 




JuS? g^^i^s?l;r^L^Sr^AS WA.NED OF JETS. TAPE SHOWS 

^K^L^ ' n'SlJ^nJ^ cS"a rON N.C. BEACH 
"die IN PLANE CRASH ON HATTE'AS ISLAND 



i\rnS% hr;giLiiHi^;!Sk:t.r[s injured 

L;S^^'lL^iruiE'HlL8''trv?N BEFIKE COLLISION OF AIRPLANES 
SiSrSE^^I^r^FfU-^RlS^'SE^LTRALIGHT 

^5?lpl^^:^g>pp:g:^P^^8F«ir^r^?LLION AWARD 

CarSBORO man faces I CHARGES 

THHFF KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

PLANE CRASH-LANDS IN GUILFURO COUNTY 

3 DIE IN PLANE CRASH 



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' L'iS^'S^RT^is'ieT^ !R""es gS wr^eI7 .N -OREHEAO C.TV 

n235 PaOT SASPROMnTED HOURS oEFORE FATAL CRASH 

;;iJr;??s"5r!H^'llRfiN?r?R^c'^iinLTRAL.CHT CRASH 

SKILLEO IN PLANE CRASH NEAR PENSON 

PILOT NOT INJURED IN CRASH 

PLANE CRASH IN GUILFURO 

SirPLAn"cRASH£S after taking off; FAHILT. pilot KILLED 

□ lI;£*MAN''ilLLEO IN PLANE CRASH AT CHARLOTTE AIRPORT 

MAN DIES IN PLANE CRASH 

CRASH DfbBIS 

SUIT FILED Over plane crash 

TWO PfQPLE FOUND DEAD AT CRASH SITE 

ACCIDENTS, *IRPL;NfSi U.S. 
SEE ALSO AIRLINF OEAIHS 
SEE ALSO uINOSHFAH 

?!!;?; ^S'stJSJ'c'r/he' S?c^Ths :o.pensat.dn 

^.^"E'?GH''RislSESIs";N'/uS?E ^R'^VrPLANE CRASH 
CHARLOTTE FIRF XAT AID AIB CANADA PBG1E 
OFFICIALS PROBE PLANE CRASH 
i DIE IN CRASH OF S'<ALL PLANE 
i N.C. RESIDENTS DIE IN CRASH 
TWO NAVV PLANFS CRASH IN ATLANTIC 
AN OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD 
AN OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD 

•"SPI'lho'iS'fibL^&EE SERVICE, N.C. 
AMBULANCE hRECK KILLS Z 

'"■"WrdoSK'S^^FART 

*"iPri^in'yi?lDiN??fSSTO. ORANGF COUNT, 
MAN KILLED IN WRECK NEAR CARR'OBO 
MAN DIES IN AUTO WRECK 

'"i?PlL'50*W?[Db^t?^'-Aufbi ORANGE COUNTY 

rHi^P^L^i^IiMK KS^?'5A^CCIDCNT 
<, HURT IN ".-AUTO PILEUP 
HEAT CAUSE OF WPECK ,,,., 

HAN CHARGED wITH LEAVING SCENF 
CHAPEL HILL BURGLARIES ARE 00^ N 
TRUCK-CAR ErASH INJURES 2 PERSONS 
PEOESTRIANi CAR COLLIDE 
CHAPEL HILL WRECK INJURES 3 

'"igfAVno'V^J^FfrK^lTHS, DURHAM COUNTY 
I, INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
CARS HIT; SFVFRAL A»E HURT 
POLICeI iHSCK CAUSED NO SERIOUS HARM 
WOMAN THROWN FROM CAR 
WOMAN IS STILL CRITICAL 

?yIlLER"lVr'uTO, INJURING ITS DRIVER 

DURHAM OFFICER HURT IN WRECK 

OFFICER HURT IN COLLISION ,,,„r., 

2 STATESVILLE men HURT IN DURHAM ACCIDENT 

DURHAM WOMAN DIES IN WRECK 

PATROL CAR IN CRASH 

AUrn^SKIOS^'lAKES^wING AND HITS TREE: DRIVER HURT 

TEEN-AGER INJURED IN WRECK 

WHERE WAS IT, ERwIN? ,,„n., 

HAN IS MORI IN HIT-AND-RUN ACCIDENT 

PUBLIC SAFETY CRUISFR HITS, KILLS DURHAM TEEN 

POLICE DON'T BELIEVE SPEED LIMKED TO DEATH 

POLICE DON'T Think officer speeding 

OFFICER DRIVING ABOUT 35 MPH 
ICE ON BOAO CAUSES WRECK 

SUa-FREEZING^IEMPERATURFS CREATE ICY SPOTS ON ROADS 

SSi'ti'.Rcls'pLUE^ "A^A^NrT'^Js' ?N''ic"c.DfNT THAT KILLED TEEN- 

PSO WON'T BF Charged in death 

THREE HURT IN THREE-VEHICLE W'ECK 

2 CHARGED IN ACCIDENTS 

DEPUTY'S CAR SUSTAINS MINOR DAMAGE 

HEAvTrMNS CONTRIOUTE to accidents in DURHAM 

MAN KILLED whFN CAR HITS STRE"T CLEANER 

CAR HITS sweeper; one man killed r^.orcn 

i person dies in wreck; wallace man is charged 

child hi t by cab 

durham man dies in person wreck 

policf Charge tfen with dui I'< wreck 

car lands on wheels 

accident blocks freeway 

man dragged from burning car 

DURHAM MAN IS INJURED ,,.„r.,Tc 

TWO PERSONS ARE KILLED IN SEPJRATE ACCIOENIS 

FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 

TWO DURHAM ?OYS INJURED AS ' P» RJ E 0' C AR H I T S THEM 

YOUTH STRUCK PY CAR SAID IN FAIR CONDITION 

CHILD HIT BY CAR IN FAIR CONDITION 

WRECK INJURES ONE 

1 INJURFD IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 

YOUTH IN INTENSIVE CARE 

CAR HITS APT. WALL IN DURHAM 

AUTO CRASHES INTO APARTMENT 

WRECK ON NORTH POXBORO ROAD „,,,„, 

aCCIDFNT VICTIM IS IN FAIR CONDITIuN 

WRECK HURTS I 

WOMAN HURT IN WRECK 

NO CHARGES FILED IN l-BS ACCIDENT 

3 IREATEO AFffR ACCIDENT 

OFFICFR HURT, 3 PSO PATROL CARS WRECKED IN CHASE 

CAR KNOCKS TRAILER INTO WALL 



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M«>i seaicuSLT iNjuafo in collision of auios 

ALSTON'S CJIJITION SAIO ST»BL= 
VlflCINIA HQMAN INJURED IN -RE-K 

?8riCfT.I ll^nlj^^ioe T»UCK. THFN LEFT SCENE 

auaMA" "AN OIES IN ONE-CAR ACCIDENT ,,.,^, „, r »j 

GIRLi a. REOoIRES SURGEBT AFr=« SEING STRUCK B* CA^ 

DURHA" YOUTHS ACCIDENT VICTIMS 

mOMAN hurt In COASm 

OFFICERS PRO = F 'ITORE PREAK-IN 

P50 CHARGED IN TRAFFIC b.RECK 

CHlLDi 3i INJURED B» AuT0"0alLE 

Child, 3. injured by auto'<obile 
child still in stable condition 

INJURED CHILD ON CRITICAL LIST 

CHILD STILL ON CRITICAL LIST 

NRtCK INJUR'^S Two 

CAR C'ASrt MUkTS 2 ^OHEN 

«»ECK INJURES STUDENT 

CAR FLI»S, INJURING »OWAN ON 1-93 

MAN HURT AS CAR ROLLS OVER HIM ,,.„,,,„^ 

HIT-AND-RUN VICTI" IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

COMPUTER rJUlPMENT IS STOLEN 

S;;,'^^Rr^N^C^^;fsT0^?"0?ia '^^P 2S5rGED 

'.Vd'll'd l^^tUll\'°0\A'V.n^ ItV^lK^T BY TRUC. 

FOLKS AR0UN1 here: LIFE'S, LUF THAT 

7 HURT IN SERIES OF ACCIDENTS 

PREGNANT WOMAN INJURED , „„,.-„ 

2-CAR ArclDFuT INJURES 2: OR W ER 

MAN .AITS l":iH RESCUE 

hEl-ETS. PELTS LIFESavERS 

MinE RO»bORO ROAD SAFER 

200 LOSE POJcR AFTER CAP aREC< 

,hen tmE morlo Turns topsy-tlpvy 

mEsanc man hurt 
VEnlCLc OVlPTUk'iS 
two INJURED 
THREE HURT Is mRECK 

MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

BRECk VICTIMS STILL IN HOSPITAL 

JEFFREY SCOTT RAY MlLEC N C' ASh 

3LIN0 MAN IS INJURED IN HIT, ^ UN 

OFFICERS Charge DURHAM MAN IN Hi T-ANO-RUN -RECK 

POLICE PKOaF ACCIDENT 

FOUR PERSONS ARE HURT IN SMASHUP OF TWO L AR 5 

FOUR INJURE'^ IN TMO-CAR KRECK 

ACCinENTS, AUTI, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. DURHAM COUNTY 
TuO INJURED ^ ^ ^„„. - 

RnuGEMONT .RECK INJURES TWO PrOPLE 
CAR HITS BRIDGE. TRUCK QvERTu'NS 
DURHAM GIRL STRUCK. KILLED »Y AUTOMOiJIlE 
CAR STRIKES BRIDGE rail; mQMAN hurt 
U.S. TO ACCIDENT KILLS DURHAM MAN 

?CNlS*A?'!ElIlCEs'SEiS ?oS Y F^R girl killed IN ACCIDENT 

moS.N LISTED IN FAIR CONDITION AFTER ACCIDENT 

RESCUE IN THE RAIN 

PAIR OESCUES ACCIDENT VICTIM ,,,,„>. 

DURHAM MOHAN kILlED IN auTOMO' I L ; COL L I S I ttN 

KRECK kills -OMAN IN PARKMGOD ARcA 

ONE PERSON HURT IN hkECk 

THREE INJURED IN COLLISION 

dPECK HURTS 2 

THANKS FOR The RESlUE 

GIRL. 3. HURT IN 2-CAR WRECK 

ONE-CAR ACCIDENT KILLS DURHAM TtcN 

2 PEOPLE HURT IN 2-CAR MRECK 
FOU= TEENS INJURED IN mRECK 
TEENS STILL IN HOSPITAL 
ACCIDENT KILLS Three IN COUNTY 
ACCIDENT VICTIMS SAID STABLE 

*"i?rlLn0*:il?:A;j0^RUN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. N.C. 
1ST TRAFFIC DEATH REPORTED 

DURHAM MAM Charged ,„ .^,„. 

GRANVILLE mOMAN KILLED IN COLLISION 

OURHA" COUNTY NATIVE IS KILLE^ 

GRANVILLE -OMAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

BUCK DEER COLLIDES WITH CAR 

DURHAM -AN DIES AFTER mRECK 

DURHAM mOman niES IN SAMPSON COUNTY mRECk 

GUPTON SERVICES TOMORROW 

3 DIE JN N.C. ROADS 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED IN WREC< 
CAR HITS FRAnklINTON STORE 

2 PROFESSHRS iSoNG <. »ECPLt KILLED IN wRECK NEAR HICKORY 

COuPLE DIE IN ACCIDENT 

a_y£aR-CLO JOES AFTER HELP „ , „ 

CHILD PLAY1N>, IN YARD hIT. KILLEO BY CAR 

.R£CK KILLS 7'-Y£AR-OL0 IN CW THAM 

Three are KILLS" 

MAN^?N stAoL£''cnN01TT0N AFTER AUTOMOBILE WRECK 

niiHHAM TEFN-AGER DIES IN AuTO wRcCk 

oHha" teen JsIng four killed iJ '■■'<"SSbu''d -!"/ 

CAR HITS 2 3THER VEHICLES. WO) kFk nEaR ROUGEmOHT 
FUNERAL SERVICES TODAY FOR DL« HAM TEtN-AGER 
ACCIDENT DEATHS. SEER PuRChAS" may PE linked 
POLIC^ SAY 17-YEaR-OLO bought BEER PEFORE wRcCK 
MAN ChaIgEj with SELLING =>EER TO 17-YEAR-OLO ORIVEK 
VANCE TEEN TIES IN ACCIDENT 
MAN DIES IN SINGLE-CAR CRASH 
.DRAM SHOP' BILL WILL BE PASS-0 

ALAMANCE TEFN KILLED whEN CAR SLIDES INTO HAW RIvER 
YOuTh in wreck is still MISSf'G 

??3S^:?::L?lfls'5pSi's'2£?!QN in GREEnSBORO 

lEAAS MAN DIES In VANCE WRECK 

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING TEEN 

-CARCH TO RESUME TODAY FOR ALAMANCE TEEN-AGER 

,EEN-AGER'S BODY FOUND IN hAw RIvER 

wPMAN CHARGED IN AMBULANCE WR? CK 

PFRSON MAN STRUCK BY Car 

MAN DIES IN ORANGE COLLISION 

1 OE»D, 2 HURT IN COLLISION 

LIVING WITH DEADLY FRROR PENALTY ENOUGH FOR lEcN 

LOulSBuRG MAN DIES IN WRECK 



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FOUR niE IN I.e. iCCioeNTS , 

13-YtA«-0L0 GIRL niES IN LEE JKECK 

0«FORO MAN OIES IN AuTO ACCIDENT 

OURHAH WOMAN OIES IN COLLISION 

DURHAM WOMAN OIES. ANOTHER HLt! T IN WRELK 

WOMAN SETTLES FOR »<. " I L L I ON 

FIVE nlE IN AUTO ACCIOENT 

CAR HITS GROUP LEAVING PARTY 

5 MCDOWELL MEN KILLED IN WREC< 

RESOLUTION OPPOSING SALE OF FORESTS ORAHS SUPPJRI 

MAN KILLED IN FRANKLIN WRECK 

LOUISPuRG MAN DIES IN COLLISION ,,, ^ , 

THREE TEEN-AGERS ARE KILLED IM RJCKINGnAM ACCIDENT 

TWO-CAR COLLISION KILLS THREE 

3 PEOPLE DIE IN COLLISION 

ICE. SNOw CAUSE SANFORO FATALITY 

MOTHER MOPES CAR'S WRECKAGc WILL MAKE OTHERS DRIVE SAFtLY 

WARREN COUNTY WOMAN IS HIT BY CAR AND KILLED 

PERSON WOMAN KILLED 

HENOERSDN woman OIES IN AUTOMTblLE 

DEATH CAR DRIVER TO SPEND »EE<ENOS. SUMMER IN JAIL 

HENDERSON MAN MIT BY CAR. KILLED ,. , , 

KOUGEMONT MAN KILLED IN AUIOMTBILE ACCIDENT 

BOY DISCOVERS LIFE IN THE TURV LANE 

COUNTY TRIES TO AID VICTIM OF ALLEGED DRUNKEN DRIVER 

AUTO ACCIDENT LEAVES DURHAM TEEN-AGER DEAD 

DURHAM TEEN-ACER OIES IN CAR ACCIDENT 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS KILL 9 IN N.C. 

WRECK KILLS CHEROKEE MAN 

THREE DIE IN WRECKS 

MAN DIES. FOUR HURT IN WRECK 

BELTS SAVf .' CHILDREN IN CAR CRASH 

TEXAS TFEN-AufR INJURED AFTER JO-MILE CAR CHASE 

FRANKLIN WOMAN STRUCK, KILLFO BY PICKUP IRoCK 

SNAKE IN PJRSF LEADS TO WRECK 

COAST ROAD WRECK KILLS TWO TE'NS 

THRFE KILLED 

THREE PEOPLE KILLED IN FIFRY ACCIDENT 

3 DIE. T INJURED IN 7-vEHICLE CRASH 

6 KILLED ON N.C. ROAOS 
DEPUTY'S CAR DAMAGED 

29 N.C. TOWNS ESCAPEu HAVING TRAFFIC DEATHS IN '02 

SRAHA" MAN DIES IN CRASH 

PASSENGER KILLED ON 1-95 AS CAR HITS SHOW MORSES 

SMOKE COVERS highway; 1 INJURrO IN ACCIDENTS 

SMOKE BLAMED FOR ACCIDENTS 

CRASH NORTH OF RGXBOHO KILLS TWO 

CRASH INJURfi ROXPORQ MAN 

MAN AND WIFE KILLED IN CAR ACCIOENT 

WRECK KILLS ? EN ROUTE TO WEOING 

in DIE IN N.C. ACCIDENTS 

HFaT victim among nine traffic FATALITIES 

STEM WOMAN OIES IN CRASH 

ONE KILLED IN VANCE COLLISIDN 

ALAMANCE TEEN-AGER DIES IN ACCIDENT NEAR MEBANE 

HENDERSON MAN KILLEO IN AUIOMIBILE ACCIDENT 

3 DIE IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 

CAR CRUSHES MH TO DEATH 

9 DIE IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 

VANCE COUNTY MAN KILLEO IN ACCIOENT 

CAR HITS HORSE; TWO MEN HUkT 

CHILD STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

CRASH KILLS MAN NEAR HENOERSOM 

3 TRIPLE FATALITIES RAISE N.C. RJAO OEaTHS TO 13 

UNC COEDS KILLED IN ALAMANCE 

DRIVING STUDENT KILLED IN TRAINING CAR 

BUTNER WOMAN. INFANT SON KILLED IN WRECK NEAR OXFORD 

MOTHER. SON OIE IN WRECK 

DURHAM WRECK VICTIMS TREATED 

PICKET AT CHARLOTTE PLANT SAYS HE WAS HIT BY CAR 

WRECK KILLS ONE. DRIVER CHARGFO 

MAN CHARGED IN WRECK THAT KILLED OXFORD RESIDENT 

3 DIE ON N.C. ROADS HALFWAY INTO WEEKEND 

STATE TOOOPF* CHARGED IN FATAL ACCIOENT 

FRANKLIN MAN KILLED IN WRECK 

MAN Kl LLED IN CAR WRECK 

RURAL HALL MAN IS KILLED ON I-'.O 

TEEN-AGER KILLEO AS CAR HITS TREE 

8 KILLED IN N.C. HIGHWAY MISHAPS 

LEASBUhC man DIES IN AUTO ACCIOFijT 

ACCIDENT VICTIMS REMAIN IN HOSPITAL 

Two KILLtO IN CHARLOTTE wRECK 

DRUNKEN DRIVER CHARGED WITH D= ATH BY VEHICLE 

TWO M^N KILLED IN WAKE WRECK 

N.C. HOLIDAY TRAFFIC TOLL AT 1 

2 TEENS PULL GIRL FROM BURNING. CAR 

ACCIDFNT KILLS TmREF IN DURHAM COUNTY 

7 PEOPLE INJURED IN FRANKLIN WRECK 
COLO AFTERMATH TAKES TOLL 

BABY SERIOUSLY HURT IN WRECK 

ACCIQENTS, AUTQi g''ANGE COUNTY 

Ue also aCCIocNTs. auto, CaRRBTRO 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. AUTO. Chapel hill 

1 KILLED ON SNOW-COVERED ROAD 

ORaNGF reports ^ WRECKS 

DEFENSE HlNGcS On A KISS 

WRECK KILLS COUNTY MAN , 

HILLSPOPOUGH PEDESTRIAN KILLET 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 



ACC lOENTS 



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SEE alSo highway Safety 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO SPEED LIMITS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. U.S. 

V N.C. MEN KILLFD IN WRECK 

CAR FALLS 300 FEET; N.C. MAN <ILLeD 

SOLDIER FROM N.C. KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

SOUTHERN HIGH STUDENT OIES IN ALA. CRASH 

WRECK KILLS SOUTHERN STUDENT 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS. TRAINS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. TRAINS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIOfcNTS, TRAINS, U.S. 
ONE KILLEO IN BUS-TRAIN CRASH 

AMTRAK TRAIN HITS UNOCCUPIED CAR IN PINEBLUFF 
CROSSING ACCIDENTS 

ROXBORO MAN INJURED IN CAR-TRAIN ACCIOtNT 
TRAIN INVOLVED IN ".TH ACCIDENT; HENDERSON MAN KILLEO 
TRAIN HITS Car In ralEIGh; woian in critical CONDITION 

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auf aires <1llfij 

C"ILD ON ?1CyClE ^T3bCK hi Ci-' 

3IKF 01Cc» HuBI a* CAR 

CARR60Rn MAN iNjjoeo 

JUOr.E MACE FAIR RULING 

C-APEL HILL alCYCLISTS ARE INJUJEO 

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BICYCLlSTs'iyCHAPEL HILL COMING UNIER SCRUTINY 
POLICE TO «»rCH BICYCLISTS 

•"iPPiL-S-'Ic'c'foENIS. SHIPS 
SEE ALSO POAT SAFETY 

^"lJ;E°p5i'j5i on YAChT off N.-. COAST 
SHIPS RUN Ar.ROuNO IN RESCUE ATIEIPT 
MIRED VESSELS ARE AFLOAT AGAIN 
E GHT ASU STUDENTS SAFE aFTEk CJ-iOE mishap 
il million 10 6F PAID I'^ LAV.S,IIT 
FISHERMAN JIES AFTER ^OaT S I N< S 
FIRE leSTROYS FISHING BOATS 
MARINE CRO.NS IN CaNUE "IShaP 
HYPOTHERMIA HILLi N.C. CANOEl-T. M 

iii.Vni'iWi<>°i'^h''ir4l BOAT CATCHES ON F,Re 

^?is?i^L-^H:iM^^fSi^?i?Y:!P--MAN 

SEARCH CCNTIi.uES AT LAKE 

SEARCH CONtlNueS ON LAKE 

JfiMAN'S BUOY FOIINP IN JORDAN 

SiRE COUNTY -CHAN DIES IN BOA' ACCIDENT ON SOUND 

GIRL "uRnEO in eOAT EXPLOSION 

SKIMMER IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

CONDITION IS FAIR ^ ^^^ 

SWIMMFR HIT dY 30AT «aS UNDER .iATER 

YACHT ACCIDENT RESULTS IN ARRESTS 

COAST GUaRJ explains RESCUE CASE FAILURE 

BOGY ^F "iNSTON-SALEM BASEBALL Playfr RECOVERED 

FISHING BOAT SINKS OFF N.C.I ONE "AN OIES 

HUNTERS RESCUED FROM FALLS LA<E 

CITATION EYED FOR ICY RESCUE OFF N.C. COAST 

HAN OION'T LOSE HOPE FOR "ESCJE 

5 REPRIMANDED IN BRIDGE INCIt>;NT 
FIRM SEEKS TO LIMIT LIABILITY 

'"i?riL'5o=^^f?0ENTS. SCHOOL BUSES 
I KILLEO, 3 HURT IN M»ECK 
aitS-CAMPER CRASH INJURES 2 

BUS WRECK VICTIMS ARE TREATED „,„,,., 

TMO MFN INJURED IN COLLISION ^cMAIN IN BflSPIIAL 
BUS mPcCK kills Zi HURTS AT l'"AST 33 

BUS DRivtR D£;coieES 5*REEnin;, OJ"'* mountain 
Charter bus f(rm loses its lI-Ense 

21 INJURED IN B'JS mRECk 

faulty PRAkESi SPFED cited IN BUS .(RECK 

ACCIOtNIS, CARPCN.MCNOYlOe 

SEc ALSO AUTJ EXHAUST SYSTEMS 

GAS ,ATFR hEaTEP said cause of MONOXIDE LEA« 

tthhl"oliuk'illu"^2''^'-ll'i^.E0 FROM HOSPITAL 

'«"^!2Iho^"lbfu^?S BOY. U 

YOUNG BOY OIES PLAYING WITH ROPE 

BOY'S FOUT SEVERED ■'Y TRAIN 

BOY DISCOVERS LIFE IN THE TUR-l LANt 

TWO DURHAM t^OYS INJURED AS •PARKtO" LAR HITS TMtM 

IoSth STRUCK PY CAR SAin IN FAIR CONDITION 

CHILD HIT 3Y CAR IN FAIR CONDITION 

TOuTh in intensive CARE 

MOTHER SAVES SON WITH HELP VIA PrlONE 

'"lErlcio'^CASi'lSpuLMONAKY RESUSCITATION 
SEE ALSO STRANGULATIONS 

rwJSRT''illlfurs='Sg'ui;5Su'f:!E:^Vrc'JjTESTS FINISHEO 

*"lETlL'dn'??jrSE^f.f5?\N0USTRlAL 

WORKER Suffocates in sand 

GARY MAN KILLED AT WORK SITE ,^,_ , 

PERSON COUNTY MAN KILLED IN A.CIJEnT „,„,. 

contractors fined sZiJ^d following death of wOkKER 
accident kills mebane man in lumancc 

construction worker OIES IN Fall. 

TWO WORKERS ARE RESCUED FROM TAVc-IN 

PART OF HOSPITAL BUILDING COLLAPSES: 11 PEuPLE HURT 

SECTION OF ROOF COLLAPSES AT UNFINISHED HOSPITAL 



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ACC lOENIS, 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
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FISHER 
MARINE 
CHILD 
TOTS 
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SOLOIf 
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SEARCH 
WOMAN" 
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JRUw.^ING. N.C. . . 

ACCIDcNtS, SWIMMING 

ACCIDENTS. SWIMMING POOLS 

POAT SAFETY 
GER'S BODY FOUND IN HAW RIVER 
LION TO BF PAID IN LAWSJIT 
MAN DIES AFTER BOAT S I N< S 

TROwNS IN CANOE MISHAP 
FCUNO 0F»0 IN C°EEK 
ROwN AS CAR SLIPS INTO ^-A-IP 
DROWNS IN Chatham 
R QROw-.S AT MORShEAD CITY 

CONTINUES AT LAKE 

CONTINUES ON LAKE 
S BODY FQIJNO IN JORDAN 

OTON TcFN-aGER ORUW'IS OJRINf. "uTING 
ORESI MAN DROWNS IN KFR3 LAKE 
OUNTy woman DIES IN BOAT ACCIDENT UN SOUND 

EL^'e.K'r?Li?M^'ffKST O'OWNING VICTIM 
£NS DROWN AT WRIGhISVILlE OEaCH 
ALS ClIF BLOOO levels in DROWNINGS 
DROnN. ANOTHER MISSING 
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FRaNKLINTON MftN jRQHNS IN LAKr 

COUNSFLOR O^GWNS AT CAMP KA^^ATA 

DSOHNING VICTIM jUFFERED SEUUKEs 

DURHAM MAN, 1,2, U»OWNS IN FALLS LAKE 

BODIES BECJVEBEn FROM POOLS 

HENDERSON MAN ORUHNS IN KERR LAKE 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN 0R0WN5 

B4IPD, FATHER DRUWN 

BOY DROWNS AT OUTING AT GARY LAKE 

HORSEBACK RIDER DROWNS AFTER SPILL 

CREEDMOOR MAN FOUND IN RIVER 

PORPOISES MAY HAVE FOUND DROW^IEO TEEN 

WITNESSES SAY PORPOISES NUDGET BODY TO SnORE 

BODY OF WINSTON-SALEM BASEBALL PLAYER RfCOvERED 

FISHING BOAT SINKS OFF N .C . ; ONE MAN DIES 

WINDS BATTER N.C. COAST; MAN TROwNS 

WEATHER GETS "LAME FQP ?7 DEATHS IN N.C. 

ACCID£NTS,^DROW,,ING,^^.S.^^_^^ FRU. ICY WATER ^^^ 

Three tar heels drown in fla. truck accident 

TWO tar heels drown in lake at KENTUCKY 
they GO OVERbOARO WITH POWER 

•"'"I^^^Clfti'iSi'?^ ELECTROCUTED 
MARINE KILLED 

MACHINE HITS POWER LINE; ThRE"^ BuRNED 
ELECIROCuTlOM QUESTIONS UNSCTTLFO 

DUKE POWER OFFICIAL SAYS ERRO' "AOt UN OOWNED LINE 
OUkF power Says IT ERRED 
REPORT FILED ON ACCIDENT 
ANTENNA HITS WIRE; MAN HURT 
FRANKLIN MAN IS bURNED 

ACCIDENTS, ELcVATJPS 

ELEVATOR FALLS; BUTNtfl MAN IS INJURED 
NINE-STORY FALL INJURES WORKE' 
WORKER TO GET OUT OF HOSPITAL 

ACCIOeNIS, txPLOSIONS , ' 

SEE alSh explosive OEVICt 

SEE ALS" NATURAL GAS 

CRENAOE INJURES BOY. 12 

POLICF PROBE GRENADE INJURY 

BATTERY MAkEk WINS INJURY SUIT 

I KILLED. 13 HURT IN GREENVILLE ULAST 

GREt^NVILLE FIRE CHIEF: GAS LEAK CAUSED BLAST 

DURHAM WOMAN OESCRI'^ES TERROR 

DURHAM STUDENTS INJURED IN EXPLOSION ARF RECOVERING 

GREENVILLE EXPLOSION PROBE CONTINUES 

BLAST VICTIMS IMPROVING 

WILKIMS OUT OF PITT MEMORIAL 

TWO RFLFASEO FROM GREENVILLE HOSPITAL 

NO EXACT C4U>E FOUND FOR BLAST IN GREFNVILLE 

EXPLOSION INVESTIGATION ENDS 

THEATER DAMAGED BY BLAST 

FIRE DESTROYS FISHING BOATS 

CHURCH IN ORANGE IS LEVELED BY BLAST 

SBI TO PROBE EXPLOSION AT ORANGE COUNTY CHURCH 

SRI FINDS NO CRIME IN CHURCH EXPLOSION 

TWO GASOLINE TANKS EXPLODE 

BLAST AT FQ"T BRAGG KILLS ONE SOLDIER 

ARMY RELEASES NAME OF SGT. KILLED IN BLAST 

GIRL BURNED IN BOAT EXPLOSION 

BLAST, F IRc HITS PLANT 

BLAST NEAR AHOSKIE INJURES 10 PFUPLE 

AHOSkIE plant BLAST LEAVES OFFICIALS BAFFLED 

7 CRITICAL Ok serious AFTER EXPLOSION 

PLANT BLAST KILLS FIVE NEAR SALISBURY 

BLAST DAMAGES SALISBURY PLANT 

OFFICIALS PRUBE CAUSE OF PLANT BLAST 

RAIN HELPS AFTER BLAST 

TWO bURNEO IN EXPLOSION DIE 

PLANT MANAGER DIES OF BURNS 

BLAST VICTIMS MIT COMPENSATION 

'"'"IIJiJforiHcuf 

SAILOR FROM N.C. DIES AFTER F«LL 

SOY BREAKS LEG IN iOD-FOOT FALL 

ROXBORO MAYOR HURT IN FALL 

2-STORY FALL KILLS BABY 

SEATS FALL; i". STUDENTS HURT 

STUDENT IN SERIOUS CONDITION «FT6R FALLING S FLOURS AT UNC 

UNC STUDENT FALLS 5 STORIFS 

FALL VICTIM STILL ON -SERIOUS' LIST 

UNC STUDENT IN FAIR CONDITION 

INJURED STUOENI'S CONDITION BETTER 

ACCIQENTS, FAHMINj 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR 

ACCIDENT INSIOE 5lL0 CLAIMS FARMER'S LIFE 

MACHINE HIIS POWER LINE: THRE- f^URNEU 

FARMERS FACE MORE HEALTH RISKS THAN MO ST--SC I EN T I S T 

FARMING BECOMING MORE HAZAROOJS 

ACCIDENTS, FIRE T<uCkS 

SEE ALSO Durham FIRF OEPT. 

SEE ALSO Durham fire dept., fir= trucks 

SEE ALSO F IDE ENGINES 

SUIT SEEKS 11 MILLION IN ACCIDENT 

COUPLE SEEKS 11 MILLION IN SUIT ABOUT ACCIDENT 

FIRE TRUCK, TANKER COLLIDE 

DURHAM FIRE TRUCK HITS CAR, ND ONE HURT 

ACCIDENTS, GUNS 

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



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N 


H 2 


8/14/113 


c 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/16/93 


c 


10 





H 1 


8/19/93 


B 


1 


N 


S 2 


a/22/93 


c 


2 


N 


H 2 


8/28/83 





2 


N 


H ' 


9/05/93 


B 


1 


N M56 


H 2 


10/33/93 


B 


7 





S ' 


10/03/93 


c 


3 


N 


H 2 


10/0<./B3 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/03/83 


a 


3 


M 


S 2 


11/25/83 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


11/26/83 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


12/2R/93 


c 


12 


P N 


H 1 


2/15/93 


B 


1 


N 


H 1 


',/29/83 


b 


1 


N 


H 2 


b/15/93 


B 


9 


N 


H 2 


7/2R/83 


A 


A 


E 


S 2 


2/05/83 


A 


l". 


N 


H 2 


<./l<./93 


A 


1 6 


N 


H 2 


6/22/93 


A 


9 


N 


H ? 


7/2'./93 


A 


^ 


N 


S 2 


7/29/93 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


7/30/93 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/18/93 


c 


d2 


N 


M 1 


8/19/83 


b 


1 


N 


H 1 


10/36/93 





1 


N 


S ? 


1/16/93 


A 


1 


N J06 


H 2 


3/17/83 


A 


1 


N 


S ? 


3/17/93 


c 


1 


N 



H 2 


2/20/93 


C 




N 




S 2 


2/21/93 


C 




N 




H 2 


2/22/93 


A 




N 


951 


S 2 


3/02/93 


A 




N 




H 2 


3/03/93 


A 




P N 




H 2 


3/03/93 


A 




N 


A54 


S 2 


3/03/93 


A 




N 


U57 


H ' 


3/J'./33 


A 




N 




S 2 


3/05/93 


A 




N 




S 2 


3/0 7/83 


C 




N 




H 2 


3/08/83 


3 




N 




5 2 


5/08/93 


A 




N 




H 2 


3/09/83 


C 




N 




S 2 


3/11/93 


A 




N 




H 2 


3/l'./93 


A 




N 




M 2 


<./07/83 


A 




P N 


W36 


S 2 


'./07/93 


A 


1 3 


N 


J56 


H 2 


<,/09/83 


b 




N 


W36 


S 2 


5/10/93 


A 


I 2 


N 




H 2 


6/09/83 


A 




N 




H 2 


6/10/93 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/20/93 


A 




N 




H 2 


7/29/93 


h 




N 




H 2 


9/17/63 


A 




N 




S 2 


9/17/83 


A 


1 5 


N 




H 2 


9/18/83 


B 




N 




S 2 


9/21/93 


A 




N 




M 2 


9/22/93 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


9/22/93 


c 




P N 




S 2 


9/23/83 


A 




N 




H ? 


9/26/93 


H 




N 




H 2 


lU/06/93 


B 




N 




H 2 


12/0A/83 


c 


6 


N 




H 2 


2/22/93 


b 


1 


P P 


R91 


H 2 


8/12/83 


A 


in 


N 




H 2 


i/2 1/93 


b 


6 


N 




H 2 


8/30/93 


B 


K 


N 




H 2 


9/02/83 


C 


in 


N 




H 2 


10/29/93 


R 


4 


N 




H 2 


12/01/83 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


12/01/83 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/02/83 


e 


1 


N 




S 2 


12/02/93 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/03/63 


B 


I 


N 




S 2 


5/13/93 


A 


1 


n 




H 2 


6/22/93 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


9/17/83 


B 


1 


P N 


B30 


H 2 


12/26/93 


B 


6 


N 





H 2 2/26/93 C 1 ? 

S 2 2/26/83 A 14 

H 2 3/02/93 A 8 

s 2 8/08/93 A 5 



6 MARINES FEARED OtAO IN CRASH OF HELICOPTER 
SIX MARINES Die IN HELICOPTER CRASH 

ACCIDENTS, HUNTING, -i.e. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 
CHARGE FILED IN SHOOTING 
A IRACcOY OF ERRORS: NINETY-NINE PERCENT OF ALL ACCIDENTS IN THE WILD. 



S 2 
H 2 



ACC 



(DENIS, INDUSTRIAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY ANO HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO ON-THE-JOB SAFETY 

N.C. JuP-RELATEO INJURIES BElOW NATIONAL AVERAGE 

BURY Those ACCIDENTS 



3/29/93 A 
3/29/83 A 



h I 12/U1/93 B 1 
H 2 12/1 1/83 U I I 



1/04/93 b '. 
1/07/83 t 1 



Y/AM.jUAL [Nlltx 



SUBJECTS 



INJIIRPO mORKcC HcLPS ChAi*ITY 

MOSXC^S' CGMPE^SATn^ law CHA'IGF opposeh 

SAFETY AT „TSK 

SHOES MfLPEO 

MAN CPUSmFD dY MACHINE 

hOhkeh hubt at concrete plant 

WHRK injuries down in N.C. 



AccinENTS, jets, n.c. 

SEc ALSO ACcIoENTS, AlkPLANESi 
SEE ALSO HABRIER JETS 



MARINE OIES IN HARRIER CRASH 

HOREhFAO city woman, 72, DIES OF "URjS FkOH CRASH 

NAVY AIRCRAFT CRASHES INTO PA"LICO SUUNO 

Two MARINES KILLED IN PLANE CASH 

MARINE PILOT RESCUED AFTER HAIRIER CRASHES INTO ATLANTIC 

ACCIOENTS, JETS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO HARRIER JtTS 

MARINE JET CRASHES II. VA . 

ACCIOENTS, LIGHTNING , , , , 
YOUTH STRUCK BY LIGHTNING 
hIKFR in >)uRkF struck 8Y LIGHTNING 

lightning: it deserves respect 
lightning victims in hospital 

OURHAM SCOuT PEING observed A«TErt ACCIDENT 

LIGHTNING STRIKES DURHAM SCOUT 

LIGHTNING 0"E RESPECT 

FOUR RECEIVE TRANSPLANTS UPON RALEIGH GlKL'S DEATH 

RESIDENTS SFTURN TO HOMES 

THREE KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

FIRE neSTRQYS DURHAM STORE 

LIGHTNING .<UINS GFFICE 

MARINE KILLED BY LIGHTNING 

LIGHTNING STRIKES DOnN COLUHBJS COUNTY MAN 

ACCIDENTS, MOTOhCYCLF 

WRECK VICTIM IN HOSPITAL 

TWO PERSUNj ARE KILLED IN SEP«R«TF ACCinENTS 

FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 

MAN KILLtD In OIkF ACCIDENT 

N.C. MQTORCyCIE rider death RATE BtLJW S.C.'S 

CHAPEL HILL MnlORCYCLlST KILL'^U 

MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

YOUTH HURT IN ACCI DENT 

BIKES crash: FATHER DIES, SON INJURFU 

MAN DIES AFTtP CYCLE ACCIDENT WITH SON 

CRASH INJURIES KILL SECOND MAM 

ACCintNTS, schojl puses 

SEE ALSO ACriDENTS, BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL CU5ES 

SCHOOL FuS SAFETY URGFO 

COUPLE FlLtS SUIT IN SCHOOL BJ S WRECK 

TRAIN HITS SCHOOL bus IN ONSLIW 

12 CHILDREN INJURFD IN TRAIN-»US WRECK 

SCHOOL PUS DRIVER CHARGED 

ADULTS Should drive school puses 

OLDER SChOUL bus ORIVFRS NEED=a 

11 STUDENTS HURT AS BUS OVERTURNS 

SCHOOL PUS, TANKER COLLIDE 

25 STUDENTS HURT AS BUSES COLLIDE 

>,', HURT AS °US OVERTURNS 

DRIVER Charged IN BUS ACCIDENT 

BUS WRECK INJURES STUDENTS 

PATROL REPORTS SCHOOL BUS HIT BY TRUCK 

BUS. CAR COLLIDE 

WOMAN HURT 1-4 ACCIDENT 

2? INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS WREC< IN N.C. 

SCHOOL PUS OVERTURNS, ".0 TREATcO 

23 STUDENTS APE INJURED IN SCHOOL dUS-TRuCK WRECK 

TRUCK STRIKES SCHOOL BUS, POLICE REPORT 

SCHOOL euS AND 6 CARS IN ACCIDENT 

SCHOOL-euS WRFCKS DECLINE 

U INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS WREC< 



ACCIDENTS, SHIPS 

IfeE aC50 ACCIDENTS, BOATS 
SEE ALSO SHIPWRECKS 

16 TIMES HE PULLED BODIES FRO" 



SEE ALSn Sh03TI>:gs 



HUNT ING, N.: . 
OURHAM 
SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO Shootings, u.s. 

TWO MARINES ARE wOUNDEO BY LIVE MACHINE GUN FIRE 

10-YtAR-ULD Shot TO DEATH 

12-YEAR-OLJ eOY SERIOUSLY wOU^DED BY A RIFLE BULLET 

DURHAM YOUTHS ACCIDENT VICTIMS 

BOY. <>, SHOT IN HEAD, DIE! 

YOUTH DIES, INVESTIGATION IS ZONTINUING 

BE CAREFUL WITH GUNS 

HAN MISTAKEN FUR TURKEY KiLLEl IN TREE 

BFE STING WAS REALLY BULLET 

ACCIDENTS, SKIING 

SEc ALSO SKI RtSORTS 
SEE ALSO SKIING 

TFEN-AGFR KILLED IN SKIING ACCIDENT 

HAN. 19, DIES IN SKI HISHAP 

ACCIQENTSi SPURTS 

SEE SHORTS, INJURIES 



DATE 
3/22/PJ 

■!/2';/n3 

6/D5/S! 
6/23/H3 
7/2'./B3 
12/23/B3 
12/2'i/B3 



pc, L P ■lYL 



S ' 


'./27/83 


A 


1 


h 2 


B/27/P3 


A 


) 


H ' 


a/27/?3 


A 


< 


H ,• 


U/0'>/"3 


H 


h 


H 2 


12/10/P3 


c 


/ 



H 2 6/23/13 A 1 1 



2 


3/09/n3 


C 


20 


N 




2 


3/11/R3 


A 


1 3 


N 




3 


',/lD/''3 


c 




n 


L57 


2 


6/15/13 


c 




N 




2 


6/lR/fl3 


A 




N 




2 


6/19/13 


c 




N 




2 


6/27/93 


A 




F 




2 


6/21/13 


A 




N 


130 


2 


7/24/13 


c 




N 


M51 


2 


8/02/13 


A 


1 1 


P P 




2 


J/D7/a3 


A 




N 




2 


a/01/13 


A 




N 




■> 


8/11/13 


A 


1 3 


N 




2 


9/13/33 


c 




N 




?. 


2/l'>/n3 


A 




N 






5/U1/B3 


A 




P N 




7 


5/01/13 


c 









i 


5/17/83 


B 




N 




2 


6/02/83 


A 


ID 


N 




? 


6/36/13 


B 




N 






6/06/13 


c 




N 




2 


11/1'./13 


c 




N 




2 


11/27/13 


A 




N 




2 


1 1/21/13 


c 


s 


N 






I 1/27/63 


A 


I 6 








S 


2 


l/OA/13 


A 


4 


F 




? 


1/09/13 


A 


1 


N 


H 




1/15/13 


A 




N 


H 


,j 


1/16/13 


A 


1 1 


N 


S 


2 


1/19/13 


1' 




N 


S 


/ 


1/27/83 


A 




L 


s 




2/02/13 


A 




1 


H 


2 


3/03/93 


A 




N 


H 


? 


3/30/13 


A 




N 


H 


2 


'./16/.n3 


A 


1 2 


N 


S 




"i/ll/IS 






N 


H 


^ 


'./20/13 






N 


s 


? 


<./26/13 


A 




N 


H 


7 


5/27/13 


A 


1 4 


N 


H 


? 


O/03/83 


A 


13 P P 


H 


? 


6/03/13 


1 




N 


S 


2 


9/14/83 


A 




N 


H 




10/14/13 


A 




N 


S 


2 


10/17/83 


A 




N 


H 


r' 


10/19/93 


A 




N 


H 


2 


11/01/13 


H 




N 


S 


5 


U/2B/83 


L 


10 


N 


s 


2 


12/21/83 


C 


19 


N 



H I 2/15/83 5 1 



H ? 


7/19/83 A ir 


N 


H / 


8/02/83 A 9 


N 


H 7 


9/01/8 3 3 1 


N 


S ? 


9/01/13 C 


N 


H ? 


9/18/13 11 ; 


N M51 


S 2 


9/19/83 C 1 


N 


H 2 


9/27/83 A 4 




H 2 


11/27/83 C 


N M51 


H 2 


12/30/13 A 8 


N 



2 7/U1/13 A 2 
2 12/29/83 A 9 



SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, 
SOLDIER DIES 
MAN BREAKS NECK IN OIVE 
SwIMMFR IN SERIOUS CGNOITIOn 
CONDITION IS FAIR 
SWIMMER HIT BY BQAI ,AS UNDER wATFh 



ACCIDENTS, SWIMMING POOLS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, 



SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO Swimming pools 

5-YEAR-OLO PULLS "RDTHER FROM POOL 
YOUTH PREVENTED FROM DROWNING 
CAUTION IS NEEDED i 



ifE al5o aJcId^nts, farming 

TRACTOR ACCIDENTS TAKE A LARG" 



toll AMONG FARMERS 



H 2 


7/19/83 A 


1 n 


H ? 


3/01/83 a 


1 


S 2 


8/09/83 C 


1 


S 7 


8/09/13 C 


1 


H 2 


3/10/83 B 


1 



5/17/13 b 
6/19/83 C 
6/23/83 A 



S 2 6/16/83 A 



MONTHLY/ 



NNUAL INQfcA 

1/0I/U3 - \l/iWH 



c pr. L P ■'YL 



OaiNvrLLE M«N DIES IN TPACIOR ACCtUFM 
MINOR INJUalcS SUSTAINED IN CiASH 

ACCIDENTS. TRACrOH-TBAUeR 
SEE ACCIDENTS. TRUCKS 

ACCineNTS. TRAINS, DURHAM 

SEE Alin ACCIDENTS. AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO PROPANE 

SEE ALSO RAlL'lQAO CBQSSINOS 

FOUR TRAIN Cars derail in OUKHA'1 

DERAILED TRAIN CARS LIFTED 

CHANGING Of PATCHES 'HUMILIATTS' FIRtMtN 

MAN LOS^s'^i FINGERS WHEN STRUCK aY TRAIN 

ACCIDENTS. TRAINS, N.C. 

iii ALSO AcdlOLNfS, AUTO-TKAIN 

SEE ALSO PROPANE 

SEE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS 

TRAIN DERAILS NEAR AOOOR 

TRAIN HITS SCHOOL BUS IN ONSLIW 

12 CHILDREN INJURED IN TRAIN-!luS WRECK 

3 SOUTHERN RAILWAY CARS DERAIL IN CABARRUS COUNTY 

LEAKING RAILROAD TANKER REPAHcD 

RAILROAD CROSSING FATALITIES HAVE OECLINEO IN N.C S.C. 

TRAIN CARS DcRAIL; NO ONE HURT 

g2T;ioS8°Is'sEfc5!SG"9lo;l?D,OUO DAMAGES IN OERAILMFNT 

OESAILMFNT 

TRAIN-TRUCK COLL ISION 

TRAIN CONDUCTOR HURT IN ACCIDENT 

TAMPERING PROBED IN N.C. DERAILMENT 

PASSENGER TRAIN. TRUCK COLLIDE IN N.C: 15 PEOPLE APc INJUKED 

21 HURT IN TRAIN DERAILMENT 

TRAIN INVOLVED IN ".TH ACCIDENT; HENDERSON MAN KILLED 
TRAIN DERAILS IN ONSLOW 



ACCIDENTS, TRAJi'.S, U.S 
SEE ALSO ACdlDtNTS, 



AUTO-TRAIN 
SEE ALSO PROPANE 

WRECK Of THF OLD 97 STILL REM'MilEHEn 

ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

id ALSO TRUCKING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS 

POLICEMAN DIES Of INJURIES ^ , 

TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN POLICEMAN'S UEATH_ 

TRUCK WRECKS. fUEL SPILLS 

AUTO OVERTURNS 

LOOSE trailEk strikes auto 

STORM CAUSES WRECK; PART OP I- ".n IN N.C. BLOCKED 
FOUR INMATES INJURED IN ACCID=NT ,„.,„- 

DERAILED TANKER. 3 BOXCARS ARE LIFTED BACK ON TRACKS 

POLICE SAY TRUCK FROM N.C. HIT CARS; 7 PEOPLE KILLED 

RUNAWAY TRUCK LEFT COSTLY TRAIL 

DURHAM WOMAN KILLED 

DURHAM WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

CONNECTICUT POLICE SEEK N.C. TRUCKER 

JUDGE SIGNS WARRANT FOR N.C. TRUCK DRIVER 

A BAD TRIP THROUGH DURHAM 

WRECK JAMS TRAFFIC 

FIRE TRUCK, TANKER COLLIDE 

THREE HURT IN THREE-VEHICLE w'tCK 

3 N.C. MEN K ILLEO IN WRECK 

3 MEN KI LLED IN ACCIDENT 

TRaCTOR-TRAIlFR OVERTURNS 

MAN KILLED Is FIERY CAR-TRUCK CRASH ON I-SS 

L0UI5»uRG MAN DIES IN WRECK 

DRIVES ENTERS INNOCENT PLEA 

TRUCKFR CHARGED IN FATAL COLLI SION 

TRACTOR TRAILER OVERTURNS 

SEMI RUNS OFF 70, ROLLS OVER 

HIGHWAY CLEAR AFTER ACCIDENT 

FATHEI AND SON ARE KILLED IN CHATHAM TRUCK CRASH 

FISH FIND EARLY END ON HIGHWAY 

FRANKLIN WOMAN STRUCK, KILLED aY PICKUP TRUCK 

THREE INJURED IN t300,000 ACCIDENT 

HENDERSON WRECK VICTIM IS AT luKE 

GARBAGE TRUCK SMASHES HOLE IN HOUSE 

AREA BRIEFS: HENDERSON 

SOLDIER DIES IN ACCIDENT IN MIDEAST 

TRUCK OVERTURNS 

3 DIE, 7 INJURED IN 7-VEHICLE CRASH 

TANKER OVERTURNS. SPILLS FUEL 

TRUCK SMASHES INTO BUILDING 

NO INJURIES REPORTED IN WRECK 

TPuCKER INJIIHfD IN ACCIDENT 

MAN DIES IN CRASH OF OIL TANKER. TRUCK 

SMOLDERING AFTERMATH 

VAN HIT 6Y ^IG; 1 DRIVER INJURED 

DRIVER PULLEJ FROM BURNING TRUCK 

TRAILER CLIPS POLE 

5-YEAH-rLD KILLED; TEEN-AGER CHARGED 

PASSENGER TRAIN, TRUCK COLLIO: IN N.C; 

21 HURT I^l TRAIN DERAILMENT 

PEDE STRI AN KILLEU 

TRUCK HITS RAIL, CAR OVERTURNS, MAN HURT 

TRUCK-CAR CRASH INJURES 2 PERSONS 

HEAVY LIGHT BEER 

UNLOADED LOADER 

TIGHT FIT 

BRIDGE ACCIOENI 

BACKHOE ON IIS SIDE UN INTERSTATE 85 

ONE PERSON DIES AS TANKER hi\R\S NEAR LILLINGTON 

BATTLING TANKER FIRE IN HARNETT COUNTY 

JUST TRYING TO 8c GOuD 

GAS IS SPILLED IN COLLISION Ni^ AR SILER CITY 

TRUCK DRIVER FACING TRIAL IN =ATAL CRASH 

REMOVAL OF TRUCK BLOCKS 1-85 , 

TRUCK OVERTURNS ON 1-65 

ONE MAN KILLED IN 1-77 ACCIDENT 

FUEL SPILLS IN CHAPEL HILL ACCIDENT 

TRUCK WRECK BLOCKS INTERSECTION 

TRUCKS WRECK; INURIES MINOR 

BIG SPILL 

TOXIC CHEMICAL SPILLED IN wRECK 

ACCIDENTS. VANS, N.C, 

WHEN The wjRld turns T0PSY-TL»VY 

ACCOUNTANTS 

SEE CERTIFIED PUbLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

SEE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ACCTUNTANTS 



15 PEOPLE ARt INJURED 



H 2 

S ? 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



1/1 3/R3 B 1 

l/13/fl3 A 1 I 

2/2'./C3 A <. 

7/29/<lJ C 1 

7/3n/B3 C 10 



H 


? 


l/O'i/83 


H 


5 


H 




l/l5/fl3 


A 




H 


^ 


l/l6/fl3 


A 


I 1 


H 




l/Zh/'il 


H 




H 




2/17/83 


b 








3/03/"3 


H 




s 




3/06/83 


A 




H 




't/OS/fil 


A 




M 




5/17/63 


B 




S 




6/2n/fl3 


A 


I 1 


H 




7/08/fl3 


rt 




s 




8/13/H3 


A 


1 ^ 


s 




d/l')/B3 


A 




s 




8/25/03 


A 




H 




9/26/83 


A 


1 n 


s 




9/26/S3 


A 




H 




8/27/83 


A 




H 


2 


12/15/83 


B 





H 2 5/01/P3 L I P U H",") 



H 2 


1/05/R3 


a 


5 


N 




H ? 


1/06/B3 


A 


8 


N 




S ? 


1/07/83 


H 




N 




S 2 


I/07/P3 


B 




N 




S 2 


1/11/83 


B 




N 




S 2 


1/12/03 


A 




N 




H 2 


1/1<./B3 


A 




N 




H 2 


l/l<./»3 


[) 




N 




H 2 


1/15/83 


C 




P P 


M66 


H 2 


1/21/S3 


A 


1 3 


N 




H '2 


1/21/83 


9 




N 




H 2 


l/3D/n3 


C 




N 




S 2 


1/31/83 


C 




N 




5 2 


2/1 l/»3 


C 




N 




H 2 


2/16/83 


B 




N 




H 2 


2/17/83 


B 


' 1 


P P 


T37 


S 2 


2/17/83 


A 




N 




H 2 


3/0 2/8 3 


A 




N 




H 2 


3/02/83 


A 




N 




S 2 


3/J3/83 


A 




N 




H 2 


3/0<./83 


A 


I 3 


N 




S 2 


3/0'./83 


c 




N 




H I 


3/10/83 


B 




N 




S 2 


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SEE ALSn OAINFALL. U.S. 

AC 10 BAIM rnPIC JF LEC ruKE 

iVoHEO^PUwEP "ILLS OOSSIbCE UVOF^ ACin RAtN LFGISLATinN 
T ME REMAINS TO aIR POOPLEM O ACID RAIN 

EPA OIRECIOR SAYS ACID RAIN MIST COMPLEX, DIVISIVE ISSUE 
IermSn5'S TREES SICKENi ACIO^Al'l IS SUSPECTEO 

"■''kEE''uNIV.'^§F'N"c.-CHAPEL HILL A:^LANO ART CENTER 

""see also diseases (SEE »l-SO NAM-S UF JPFCIFIC DISEASES! 
NE.4 ACNE MEDICINE HAS ADVERSE SIDE EFFECTS 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROM- 

''^F^^a^Air^S^clS^ErAPOUT DEADLY DISEASE 

m ii%\\ ^s»"^^?r§cS^?sfNg°?]5S^ssRSiE"^ 

tlllll^WW^"^ 3?[rJiS?ENlR2T'^'0N BAFFLING DEFECT DF IMMUNITY 

AIDS SUSPECTED IN INMATE'S 0E» IN 

3R0 UiMATE HAS aIOS 

GUARDS FEAR AIDS VICTIMS IN P' I SJN 

AIOS IN PRISON 

iLOOD OCNATIQNS DECLINE IN JLTIE 

AIOS EPIDEMIC IS GOD'S WRATH 

AIDS DISCUSSION IS THURSDAY 

AIDS TAH SET TOMORROW 



LETTER ON AIDS INSULTING, INCTRRECT 
AIDS: 'NO NEED TO PANIC' DUKC DJCTO. 



K SAYS 

PR0PCI5Al"'wCUL0 BEOUIRf AIDS R'' PORTS 

AIDS IS SPREADING LIRE EPIDEMIC IN 'I.C. 

BLOnO DONORS SCREENED FTR AIDS SYMPTOMS 

bLOClO-CnLLECTING PROCEDURES SAID OK TO SCREEN KOR AIDS 

UNC POOFS TC STUDY AIDS 

HFSFARCHERS TO STUDY GONORRHEA AND AIOS . , ., „ 

ACJUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY DISEASE KILLS DONOR OF bLOnO hACTOR... 

boy: DEATH 'COMES IN' WITH APS 

PRISONER DIES; AIDS SUSPECTEO 

AIDS IS SAIO UNLIKELY TO STRKE GFNFilAL PUBLIC 

SYMPOSIUM ON IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SET AT DUKE 

AIOS TO BE TJPIC AT DUKE SYMPTSIUM 

SOME MDS SUFFEOt^S HAY. BE ABLE TO FIGHT INFECTION, 

DUKE DOCT0.<S STUDY HEPATITIS, AIDS LINK 



RESEARCHERS SAY 



ACTJFEO 

IhJnkS, NORTH CAROLINIANS, F 01 HLLPINf. US PRUDUCE ACIIFFD.. 

"^""U§"DL^o''Tti"lRrijGl%OESN'T HELP KIDS 
TV OR NOT TV? ZAP'S NO ANSWER 

^cSgll? 35'ilt^ S?!:^?J'^TrBLS^^ «'taSS?;^UL% FROM CHILDREN 

ACTORS ANO ACTRESSES, N.C.^^^^ |e£K «'"Li5 IH ^V^Al 

PRODUCE" DENIES OISHONESIY, SAYS MOVIE WAS HIS DREAM 
NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW... . „ , , 
TRANSACTORS WING IT WITH IMPRTVS 
FORMER NCCU CHAPLAIN LANDS TV ROLE 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FILM INOUbTRY 
THEATRE NOTES (CARTOONI 
JANET EILBER: 'I'M NOT COMPLAINING' 
SOAP 'DOCTORS' VISIT HERE .,Tro 

HARD KNOCKS ARE GOOD FOR THIS DURHAM ACTOR 
THE INFPRMANCFR „ , 

MICHAEL HANEY ENJOYS GIVING MFORMAL SHOWS 
RADIO STARS MADE TRANSITION T1 FILM 

*^"?^f irs^ CHINA. MEDICINE , „ , ^,,„,, 

C*^yNT'jH";^??5^MI?S??irSEls';iiw" ^fi^uST and modern MEP, 

ACYCLOVIR 

^^IiuOy'? will drug prevent eye 1AMAC6? 
NEW ORuG MAY HELP CONTROL HERPES VIRUS 
LATENCY OF HcRPFS POSES CHALLENGE „^,c.=rM 

HERPES pill: DURHAM FIRM TOOK PART IN RESEARCH 
DRUG MAY AID HERPES VICTIMS , , ,,. ^ „c 

3 DRUGS SHOW PROMISE FOP 'KISSING DISEASE' CURE 
RELEASE OF ORUG TO TREAT HE'>P'=S EXPECTED SOON 

'° ^E*k"N!c.'!o VALOREM TAX DIVISION. 

'"" c'SSpf^^un^SicESIIoFR SENTENCE 

INC . 
.. - . 3KS R - 
PANEL FAVORS ZONING 

*°°ltr!^0 ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO DRUG AHUSE 
SEE ALSO JOGGING ' 

GOVERNMENl'^PAMPHLET CALLS SMLKING RAMPANT ADDICTION 

"'in''iL5o'-J^,"A^ErHVrrJ^c'.^"'A?l'lTt]tk,V^ 

TOWN TRANSFFROING llOS.OOO TO INTERFAITH COUNCIL FOR 
TIME TO BUILD 

'°'-^''v^ll?u6^'CAPIlAL FIRM EYEING UJRHAM 

NEW YORK FIRM EYES DURHAM FOR NEW OFFICE 

ADOLESCENCE 



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JFf ALSO CrilLnne.N 

SEE ALSO FMOlGYMENT. youth 

SEE ALSO GQVE^NnR'S ADVOCACY COINCIL ON CHILJOEN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO COVE'NOR'S YOUTH ADVOCACY AMD INVOLVEMENT OFFICE 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COuBTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DFLINQUENfY 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION QF YOUTH SFRVKtS 

SEE ALSO PhEGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

SEE ALSO STATUS OFfFNDERS ,,,^ ,^ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. Of N.C. -Chapel hill center for larly adolescence 

MOST K IDS AREN'T BAD 

GIVE AND TAKE: YOUNG AND OLD TAKE PART IN WEEKLONG TEST IN DURHAM 
FOLKS ABOUND HERE: A SEBltluS LtTTFR TO SID , „ , ,, 

GIVING AND TAKING; THEY MET IN THE "lOULE. "UT D 1 ON • T HAVE FAR TO GO 
GENERATIONS MEET; STEREOTYPES OISSULVF DURING 'GIVE ANO TA^F■ WEEK 

ADOLESCENCE, ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

CHARLOTTE STUDENTS ARF TESTED FOR URINKING 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL APPLICATION REJECTED 

HIGH SCHOOL GIVES TEST FOR STJOENTS WHO OHINK 

HUNT TO STUDY ADOITIONAL HAYS TO KEEP ALCOHOL FROM M 1 NUR S 

DURHAM <;TU0ENr5 START DRIVE-A-TEtN TO PREVENT TFENACE DRINKING 

TEEN DRINKING: ON THE ROAD TO ALCOHOLISM OR PREVENTION? 

study: TEFN smoking LINKED TO DRUG USE 

DRUG Uif 3Y STUDENTS DROPS 





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IN MANAGING THEIR MONEY 



ADOLESCENCE, DRUG ABUSE 

SEE Children, uruCs 

SEE DRUG ABIliF 

SEE SCHOOLS. N.C. DRUG ABUSt 

ADOLESCENCE, EMOTIONALLY OISTURbEO 

SEE ALSO Children, fmotionally iisturped 

CAMP RuCGEO REFUGE FOR TR0UP3L=0 YOUTHS 

NEEDS OF Tk.IuPLEO YOUTHS OUTP^CING STATE FACILITIES 

ADOLESCENCE. PRE 
SEE PREGNANCY 

AOOlFSCENCF, SEXUAL ACTIVITY , , 

SEE ALSO pSfgnancy, adolescent 

SEE ALSO SEX EDUCATION 

CLINICS USURPING PARENTAL RIGHTS 

EDUCATION IS NEEDED TO STOP 'SQUEAL LAW' 

ADOPT-A-SCHOOL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CmaPEl HILL/CARRBCRG SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, AD OPT-A- SCHOOL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, AOOP T-A- SCHOOL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. 

CHAPEL HILL FIRMS 'ADOPT' SCHOOLS 

FFLICITOUS PARTNERSHIP: SCHOOLS ANO BUSINESS 

BUSINESS-EOUCATIQN CONFERFNCE PLANNED 



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'sefks unchanged loan RATFS 

aooptiun exchange will give children, families nation»l exposure 
isten says bingo profits aj £ siphoned off 
■ year-old finds a home 

ThPARENT'S search FOR CnlLI LEADS TO ADOPTION MINISTRY 

f: family attitudes complicate adoption 
ptive parents can have emotional woes 
is not anti-adoption 
her wants baby back 



'" JTOPTTON PcGISTOY IDEA DORMANT 

AOQPIION RECORDS SOUGHT FOR ILLNESS CLUF 
GOOD NEWS 

ADULT POOkSTOrFS 

SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO TRI-STATE NEWS lAOULT 300KSTOKFI 
ZONING BtSTRICTIUNS DISCUSSED 



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AOULT RUSI'IESSES 

DA fiLES LAWSUITS 

ADULT EOUCATJON i 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTCM 
SEE ALSO COMMUNITY EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO CONTINUING EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION , , 

SEE ALSO THE LIVELY MIND: HOW TO ENJOY YOUR LIFE BY BfCOMING MORE MENTALLY ALERT 
SEE ALSO PROJECT LIFT , „,,,,., 

COMPUTERS VFRY EFFECTIVE AS r=ACHERS OF READING H 2 ,2/22/83 

SCHOOL'S CLASS IS FOR ALL AGES H 3 lD/Ol/83 



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SEE A - 



ALSO SAILING 

SEE ALSO SURVIVAL 

ADVENTURERS: HE SOARED IN HIS LAWNCHAIR. 

...THEY EXPLORED DANK. DARK C^ V6RN 

ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO BILlSOaROS 

SEE ALSO CIGARETTES, ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO DRUG ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO JUNK MAIL 

SEE. ALSO JUNK TELEPHONE CALLS 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR, ADVERIISING 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING , 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ADVERTISING 
SIGN RULES URGED FOR DURHAM 
FOOD LION CHANGES ADVERTISING STRATEGIES 



COURT LETS RULING STAND IN SMIKING AOS DISPUIF 

MARKETING TO WOMEN: why ARE AJvERTISERS SLOW TO CO AFTER A 1340 



ADVICE C 

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HOT AT BEING 'ABdY' OF BARTENDERS 
S ADVICF IS WIDELY READ 



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ALSn DANCE 
SEE Aisn Physical FITNESS 

JAZZlnc, UP BASEBALL KlTh JANE 

CELEBRATE ACTIVE LIPE. liENEFlI ChIlOkEN T OU 

CLASS TEACHES NEW '"(OTION FOR LIFE- 

""?it"5oOi|V'KI5QN. AIRLINES 

STuOENTS TO GFT PAID FQP COMPJtE,< CLASSfS 
NCCU AWARDED 1255.000 GRANT 

""'sSE^OURHAM'^GMSf??^^ ON THE AFFAIRS UF BLACK PEOPLE 



AFFILIATE ARTISIS INC. 

iii ALSO ARflSri, N.C. 



THE INFOR"ANCER 

HICHAFL HANEY ENJOYS GIVING INFORMAL SHO«S 

AFFJI^AU^^ DuJ/i?4 CITY COUNCIL, AF F I .<" A T I V t ACTION 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 
SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
SEE ALSO JUH rilsCR IMINAT ION 
SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

UNC FACULTY PANFL BACKS PLAN TO hIRF ELACKS 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PUSH 10 START TuFSDAY 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION SAID SLOUIVG IN N.C. 

BRARD MOVES TOWARD AFFIRMATIV'' ACTION PLAN 

COUNTY STUDYING NE w HIRING PLAN 

COUNTY WISE 10 APPROVE AFF 1 RMA T I VE- AC T I ON PLAN 

BLACK EXECUTIVES RELIEVE RECESSION. FEOFRAL POLICY HAVE CUT RECRUITING 

BILL GIVING MINORITY EMPLOYERS EDGE APPROVED RY N.C. SENATE 

BOARD TO RECEIVE JOB-FAIRNESS PLAN 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OK AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN 

COMMISSIONERS OK AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN 

NEW COUNTY HIRING PLAN IS A VITAL SION OF FAIRNESS 

CIVIL RIGHTS QUOTAS wRONG 

MAYBE THERE'S A REASON FOR WATT'S LACK OF TACT 

AIDING MINORITY FIRMS 

NAaCP COnSITERS ECONOMIC ACTHN 

FAIR EMPLOYMENT PLAN STARTING 

MINORITY EMPLOYMENT, PROMOTIONS TO INCREASE 

COUNTY HIRES OFFICER TO OVERSEE J03 PLAN 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION OFFICER SELECTION ANGERS MEMBER 

EXPLICIT RACIAL CRITERIA IN HIRING SHOULD END 

"'''"'boSk'sTUDIES REASONS FOR AFGHANISTAN COUP 
SPEAKER: SOVIET INFLUENCE SAM= AS INVASION 
WRITE" Says soviet In AFGHANISTAN TO SAVE FACE 
HELPING THE AFGHANS 

AFLATOXIN 

AFLATOX IN 

CONTAMINATED CORN IS FOUND 

AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAMES OF COUNTRIIiSI 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

AFRICA INSPIRES PRIZE ART 

AFRICAN ART 

LIGHT ON ThF CONCEPT 

ARTS AFRICA BRINGS ChUCK DAVIS =!ACK 
STuOENTS EXPLORING AFRICA THROUGH ART 
SPIRIT REALM DISPLAYED IN ART MUSEUM 

'"^^i\e?a^6ANCE 

SEE ALSO DRUM AWAKENING IBALLETI 
SEE ALSO FESTIVAL AFRICA 

FESTIVAL AFRICA STARTS TODAY 

AFRICAN DANCING ENLIVENS AOF 

•DRUM* STORY COMMUNITY IN PRAtTICE 

DANCE dFGINS ,,, 

VISUAL PEAuTy marks festival AFRICA DANCES 

ENTHUSIASTIC RESPONSE TO FESTIVAL AFRICA 

AFRICAN CULTURE CELEBRATED 

FREE AFRICAN DANCE CLASSES 

'"'4fAC^'E?8iHR'A?ISfc°r,R'bES"""" 

AME ItOn, CME CHURCHES DISCUSS MERGFR 

AFSg AMERICAN LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWA-i OS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS SET 

AFTER The OEAOL INE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HFRALD 

PRESIDENTS' NAMES FIT THE HEADLINES 
MEMORABLE DATELINES 

NEWSPAPFRS CAN RE A VALUABLE TEACHING TOOL 
WHO WOULDN'T MARCH IN A PARAD'? 
YES, IN A SENSE. PAPERS ARE alASED 
CIRCULATION PfOPLE START ANEW EACH DAY 
NEW STAFFERS HAVE PERSON COUNTY TIES 
REPORTEO IN PUBLIC OFFICE IS CONFLICT 
SEPARATE STAFFS HANDLE ADS. NFwS 
AND THE BEAT GOES ON... 

EDITORS. Public prefer independent papers 

THE RIGHT WAY TO RAISE CAIN 

THE NEwSPAPFR-RE AOER PARTNERSHIP 

INSERT WAS ADVERTISEMENT FQR :aNJI0ATF 

NEwS DOESN'T OCCUR IN EQUAL PTRTIONS OF GOUD AND BAO 

WHEN MIXED UP. PAPERS FIX UP 

BUZZ OFF The Phone, anon 

AFTEHMA SH 

FOflMtP NCru CHAPLAIN LANDS TV ROLE 

AGF OlSCe IMINAT lOU 

SEE ALSO RACIAL 01 SCKIMINATION 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT AGE 
SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO SEX SIERFOTTPtS 



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JGbLESS ANJ OISCl 
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QLJER nORKEBS tn IIE STRESSED 

HELP 4V»ILAPLE F0« OLDEP JO»L'SS HO»«ERS 

EniTtJR[ALS ON LAW FALL SHORT 

LIOGETT Ef'PLUYEES TO GET t7 MILLION IN SETTLEHtNT 

LtM SETTLES SUIT, TO PAY 17 MILLION 

»T MILLION PAYOFF hlLL NOT MU'T tARNINuS. LCM CHIEF SAYS 

LCH MAILS CHECKS TO E X-F MPLO Y^ E S 

WESTERN ELtCTRIC RULING REVERSED 



SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 



OEVELOPMtNT 



AN UNCONSCIONABLE MUZZLING 

FAMILIES SHARING HOLIDAYS H I TH FOREIGN GR AO STUDENTS 

AGENCY FOR PUbLIC TEL ECOMHUN! C A TI Q-l S _ 
SEE ALSO tELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 

EDUCATION OFFICIALS PLAN TELECONFERENCE TQUAY 

AGENT ORANGE 

SEE ALSD HERBICIDES 

CHEMICAL IN PESTICIDE CAUSES IIRTH DEFECTS 
VETERAN OF VIETNAM WAR WINS DISABILITY BENEFITS 
OFFICIALS SHARE FIRMS' GUILT 

AGENT WHITE 

SEE ALSO HERBICIDES 

AGENT i^HITE CONCERNS IN CHATHAM TO BE wEIGhFO 
SOME CHATHAM PEOPLE «ANT TIGHTER HERBICIDE RULES 



AGING 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 

SEE 
SEE 
SEE 



ALSn ATHLETES, AGING 

ALSO CENTENARIANS 

ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR THE STUJY 

ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL ^OSPITAL, 



ALSO GERIATBICS 

ALSO LIFE EXPECTANCY 



OF AGING ANU HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 
GERIATRIC UNIT 



AGING PROGRAM 



SOLUTIONS 



also n.c. division of aging 

also senior citizens 

see also senior citizens, abuse 

see also veterans aom i ni stra t i q-i hospital, 

see also women, aging 

mai ntenance 

caring for aging parents: spe:|al problems, 

duke test might be link to lo'jger life 

duke tests: oxygen may cause aging deterioration 

aging affects women and men differently, unc professor says 

spotlight on aging 

study: little gold Exists in soloen years 

BOOK chronicles ELOERLY'S LIVFS OF TOIL IN RURAL N.C. 
DO CHROMOSOMES HOLD THE KEY n CONTROL AGING? 
DOCTORS STILL NOT CLOSE TO FI\IOING WAY TO HALT AGING 
PROUD WORDS FROM ELDERLY COME UPON SYMPATHETIC EAR 
ELDER'S MEMORY OK, IT JUST WO^KS SLOWER 
OUTDATED ATTITUDES TOWARD AGE:) CRITICIZED 

AGORAPHOeiA 

SEE ALSO PhOhIaS 

COUNSELING, DRUG THERAPY SAID HELPING TRtAT FEAR OF PUBLIC PLACES 

""Si^'-fiaS'-pgSWIifi"'' 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH 

SFE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURE EXTFN^IOn SERVICE 

SEE ALSO TORACCO, RESEARCH 
SOYBEAN POJS DOUBLED 

RESEARCHER WORKS ON PROBLEMS TF FARMING IN SPACE 
N.C. PROFESSOR HELPS NASA PREPARE FOR SPACE FARMS 



RESEARCHERS ARE RACING STARVATION 
U.S. SOIL AGENCY ADOPTS N.C. ■fODEL 



AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE lASCSI 
CROP SWAP SIuNuP DEADLINE MAR!h 11 
FARMERS DISAGREE ON TOBACCO ISSUE 
FEED PROGRAM DEADLINE NEARS 



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LSO CROPS 
SEE ALSO FARMERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO L IVESTOCK 

SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURE EXTENSION SERVICE 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTJRE 
SEE ALSO N.C. FARM BUREAU 
SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTJRE 

SIGNS TOUT FARMING, BUT IS IT REALLY TOP? 

STATE TO RETAIN FARM RANKINGS 

IT'S NEW KINO OF ILLITERACY 

OFFICIALS URGE PETTER USAGE 0= SMALL FARMS 

AHOSKIF, N.C. 

BLAST NEAR AHOSKIE INJURES 10 PEOPLE 

AHOSKIE PLANT BLAST LEAVES OFFICIALS BAFFLED 



9/01/83 
10/03/93 
10/18/93 
12/29/93 



MONEY IS SOUGHT FOR DUKE SURG-RY ON POLISH CHILD 
FOR POLISH BOY, WAIT WAS WORTH IT 

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO (!hIlo Care 
SEE ALSO Child support 

SEEALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES, 
SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

WELFARE WORK DELAY COULD DRAW PENALTIFS 
WELFARE FAMILIES MAY RECEIVE 'ENALTY MONEY 
STATE TO PAY 150 BECAUSE OF DELAY 
JUDGE HEARS ARGUMENTS ON WELFARE PROCESSING 
WELFARE PAYMENT DELAY ARGUED IN U.S. COURT 

PROJECT Seeks cuts in hfalth care costs 

COURT UPhOLOS FINCS ON N.C. WTLFARE UNITS 

COURT UPHOLDS FINES ON WELFARE AGENCIES 

FOOD STAMP FORMS DECRIED 

STATE DROPS CHALLENGE OF CH I LO-SUPPOK T RULING 

FOOD STAMP ERRORS DIP 8.51; IN N.C. 

STATE hFlPS collect SUPPORT PAYMENTS 

TAX MONEY HELPS SUPPORT CHILO»EN 

N.C. LOSES APPEAL OVER CLAIMS FINES 



6/16/83 3 1 P N MSI 
8/03/93 A I N M51 



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t>h 



H-SUII CHALLfNGES CUTOFFS IN H60IC4I0 
THE »€LL-He«NT CATaSTROOHE 

" SEe'aLSH MlGrlMAY SAFETY 

^^lEACM''caNsi"|R'S^H£»(lT 3Y »AY QF POCnETnOnK 

"° "-CHJaLOITE FISF -AY »in Al« CAIAOA P«0B6 

'"sffALST AUTDS ISFE ALSO NAMES "If SPECIFIC AoTUS ».^n AuTO MANUF AL TUPER S 1 
SFE ALSO AUTOS, ENcRGY EFFICIENT 
MIS 0»EAH IS CAR RUN BY AIR 

A|H CJNOITIONcRS 
SEE ALS3 FANS 

MSN'S JUEST FOR COMFORT ^c,,. 

AIR CnNOITIOMNr, AOOEO TO AVOID COMPUTER FEVER 

AIR FLOmOA 

pnuicF SAY 



IAN WAS TaK INO 737 T" N.C. 



AIR POLLU 

ifl It 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 

HIGH 

OUkE 

aooY 
sesn 

OuRM 

POLL 

CITY 

OURH 

EPA 

SCIE 

PANE 

POLL 

EPA 

AIR 

CLEA 

CLEA 

DUftH 

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SO PusT' 

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es'se^I'n^Ic., air 'ULLUTUN 

AIR ACT 
TF 

r ION 

LUTING OUR CITY 

0N5UMERS LOSE 

riTS ANT I-ENV IRONMF NTAL IMAGF 

PROSING SALE OF FORESTS 3RAMS SUPPORT 

YEARS TO CLEAN U= AIR 
EFFECT ON pf^LLEN STUDIED , „ „ „ 

QUALITY TESTS MAY BE 1A0F IN DURHAM 
ST READINGS HIGH 
AFFECTS UURhAM 

EET ON POLLUTION IN CHAPEL HILL 
TO RAP YOUTHS 

FERENCE BEGINS T:Oay 

CITE CIIY FOR OP TY AIR 
EOS CLEANING, EPA SAYS 
OUR AIR 

AN URGEO FOR CITY 

EXTRA YEAR TO IMP5JVE Ala DUALITY 
AR TQ PREPARE PLAM FOR CLEANER AIR 



AIR POLLUTION STANOARDS „,„„, 

"!oMli??sf§N'^o'i??S NE^r^^ANDAROS FOR COAL-BuRNING PLANTS 

r,'^^rZ\l,'in'o'uil\rrnh'i\ry'll\^:>€ IN DURHAM 

*'" ^BukiU HAS '. YEARS TO CLEAN UP AIR ,,„„.„ 

CITyCiOE air quality tests may be made in DURHAM 

DURHAM Exhaust readings high 

PANEL ASHED TO BAR YOUTHS 

EPA PLANS TO CITE CITY FOR OI'TY AIR 

AIR STILL NEEDS CLEANING. EPA SAYS 

CLEANING UP OUR AIR 

CLEAN AIR PLAN URGEO FOR CITY 

?v?r?.^Tr5Ei5"TS Mii.i°i }>:ivn«'iisf^t'.'i% 

""sil'iEiS Sil^J^ih/oSSHAH AIRPORT ^ ^^^,^ 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS' APPEALS OENIEU 

FIREO AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS LOSE APPEALS 

AIR CONTROLLERS AGAIN SEEK JO; S cunnlHi Y 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS IN N .: . SAY -ORK IS GOING SMOOTHLY 

COMMJIER CAKRIEk 

AIRBORNt »ARNIN^ AND CONTROL PLANES 
SEE AIRPLANES 

AIRCO^INDUSTRJAL^gAS^J^ -ITh STATE CENTER 

*'"U?SLl5'!:aCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. J.^. 
T-0 PEOPLE KILlFO in plane CRASH 
THREE KILLEO in MARTIN COUNTY AIRPLANE Cka^h 
THREE MEN JIE IN PLANE CRASH 
PANEL TQ STUDY CRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION 
MARINF DIES IN HARRIER CRASH 

FORMER RALEIGH RESIDENT DIES IN PLANt CRASH 
OFFICIALS PR3PE PLANE CRASH 
2 DIE IN CRASH OF SMALL PLANE 
2 N.C. RESIDENTS DIE IN CRASH 
NAVY PILOT MAS PROMOTED HOURS BEFORE FATAL CRASH 

AIRLINE LANDING FEES ,„„„,, 

SEE RALEIGM/OURHAM AIRPORT, 

AIRLINE PILOTS 
SEE PILOTS 



AIRL INE LANDING FEES 



""Ue^LSO ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. -<.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. J.S. 
SEE ALSO AIR CANADA 

SEE ALSO EaSIFRN air lines 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK AIR 

SEE ALSO PAN AMERICAN .ORLD A|R.<»YS .„,., -cct 

SEE ALSO RALcIGH/DURhsM AIRPORT. AIRLINE LANDING FEES 

SEE ALSO SUNBIRD AIRLINES 

SSiOn'sm CaJsINc'dEtIqIT and EASTERN AIRLINES TO SINK (CARTOONI 

"mpSoved economy believed to ^e increasing airline travel 

""•'alt: BSL^:''brsi°SHOUL0 NOT STJNT SPACE INDUSTRIES 

*"'U?4;sS''i:"ci:j8L 

•NO MORE' A LIFESAVEK 
'"""'rSu'rIpoIteO nPA.ING BUSINESS FROM TRIAD 
AIRLINES. SCMtOULES 



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SUBJECTS 



PINFmUR';T JFftCIALS HOPE ELICITS MILL SS I NO KESORT HO»E TOURISTS 

«NJTHf« AIRLINE IS CUKINO TO ' OU 

PAN AM BEGINS ROU FLIGHT 

PAN AM TO fL* FROM HDU „ „ , 

TWA STunylNC FLIGHT SERVICE AT RDU AIRPORT 

OZaRH AIRLINES' ROU SERVICE BEGINS FRIDAY 

NFk AIRLINE INTRODUCES FLIGHT SCHEDULE AT ROU 

ROU HUB FOR SOUTHERN SERVICE 

NErt YORK AIR TO ADO FLIGHTS 

NEh YORK AIR BEGINNING 11 NEi< FLIGHTS 

HOLIDAY AIRLINE SEATS DISAPPEARING RAPIDLY 

AIRLINE OFFICIALS EXPECT HEAVY HOLIDAY TRAVEL 

PIEDMONT ADDS NON-STOP FLIGHT TO WASHINGTON 

TUA FLIGHT NOT CERTAIN 



AIRPLANES! 
AIRPLANES. 
AIRPLANES. 



I NTERNATIQNAL 

M.C. 

J.S. 



SOCIETY 



AIRPLANES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO GLIDERS 

SEE ALSO MAN WILL NEVER FLY MEMORIAL 

SEE ALSO N.C.. STATE AIRPLANES 

SEE ALSO PILOTS 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE AIRPLANES 

AIRCRAFT TO BE DISPLAYED 

VOTF 'KOkkO SAYS PLANE DEAL LEGAL 

VALENTINE'S PLANE LANDS SAFELY AFTER LOSING DOOR 

AIRPLANES. ANTIQUE .,,„„ 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. HISTORY 

EXPEDITION MAY HAVE LOCATED MpJ 1 AIRPLANES 

AIRPLANES, EMERGENCIFS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. 1 .C . 
PLANE MAKES EMERGENCY STOP 
LOST FUEL TINK LID FORCES PLANE UOwN 
PILOT SAFE ArTER EMERGENCY LANDING 
PLANE CARRYING CONGRESSMAN LANDS AFTER LOSING A UOOR 

AIRPLANES, HIJACKING 

SEE hIjackInG, airplane 

AIRPLANES, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. ANTIQUE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN. AIRPLANES 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ASTRONAUTS 

SEE ALSO WRIGHT BROTHERS 

PUT FIRST FLIGHT IN AIRPORT KIRAL 

MUSEUM TO GET WRIGHTS' PROPELLER 

THE Ik MESSAGE: - 

WRIGHT BROTH 



JET COLLIDE 



HESSaSE: "ONLY BIRDS FLY' 

_ ,_ » HERS FLIGHT RE-ENACTED 

REPLICA STRUGGLES INTO FLIGHT 

""'"■f'?&SH3'J^iL'?DES WITH SMALL PLANE 

SEARCH CONTINUES OFF N.C. AFT!R FIGHTER. 

6 SOUGHT AFTER COLLISION OFF N.C. COAST 

7 BELIEVED ABOARD PLANE LOST AT SEA 

JFTS TOLD TO PART BEFORE COLLISION ^ ,, , 

OFFICIALS IDENTIFY PRESUMED VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH 
REPORT SAYS JET CREW THOUGHT PRIVATE PLANE 1.500 FEET AWA 
CAP SEARCHES FOR AIRPLANE 
TEAM SEARCHES FOR WARPLANES 
MCDONALD WAS TO MEET HELMS 

AIRPLANES, THEFT 

PLANE STOLEN FROM AIRPORT 

POLICE SAY MAN WAS TAKING 737 TO N.C. 

AIRPORT ROAD 

ROU WANTS ROAO CONTRACT AWARDED „ „„, 

BaO WEaThER HAMPERS TISaFFIC aY RDU AIRPORT 
ROU HIGHWAY LATE 
AIRPORT HARKS ITS FIRST MI LL 10 N- PASSENGE R YEAR 

*' SEE ACsa'n6uGLAS airport icharlttte. n.c.i 

SEE ALSO MIDWAY AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO N.C. AERONAUTICS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO N.C. AIRPORTS CONFERENCE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C, AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO BALEIGH/OURHAM AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT AUTHORITY 

WIND SHEAR SYSTEMS ORDERED 

DEREGULATION PRAISED 

**■* 'make GOOD COMMISSION BETTER 

ALABAMANS ARE SMART ' 

ALAMANCE BOARD OF ALQERMEN, ELECTHNS , . 

VOTE Mixup Changes durlincton election 

""*S6E''ALln"LuTHfRAN"RETIREMENT MINISTRIES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 
ALAMANCE CRI1E STOPPERS SUCCESS CITED 
COMMUNITY WATCH INTEREST COOLS IN BURLINGTUN 
ALAMANCE lu GET NEW AD DIRECTTRY 
ALAMANCE ANNEXATION MORATORIUM PROPOSED 
TORNAOD DAMAGES SERVICE STATITN IN ALAMANCE 
SEER SALE CHARGES FILED IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, BUDGET 

ALAMANCE BOARD OKS PAVING LIST 

ALAMANCE COUNTY. CABLE TELEVISION 
ALAMANCE TAPS HEALTH DIRECTOR 

ALAMANCE COUNTY. ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD IF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON. N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO Burlington city council, elections 
BIG cities, small towns electing Their governments 
allred says he may Run for al'mance board seat 

alamance county, employefs 

merit pay increase approveu 

alamance to modify county pay plan 

limit proposed on employment ?y z counties 

alamance cnunty. n.c.. federal community development funds 
alamance to move development office 



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ALAMANCE 
PLANT PL 
OFVELOPX 
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AMERICAN 
ALAMANCE 
OPENING 
ALAMANCE 



L^lAAi^raSitt P!S^[iSrc"'SJvELOP-ENT OFFICE 
LAMANCE COUNTY PRIVAT= IHOUSTRY COUNCIL INC. 
URLInGTON. N.C. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

INDUSTRY PANEL OK • D 
ANNEO in ALAMANCE 

ENT OFFICE Change is jejectfd 

DEVELOPER DOESN'T OPPOSE MOVE 

ISSUE PERMIT FOR F I RH TO STORE COBALT 

RIBUTIOS CFNTER UNDE5 C ON SJR OCT I ON I N ALAMANCE 

MAKE ANNOUNCEMENT IN AUGUST ABOUT BuILDINl, PLANT 

RIES SAID LOOKING AT ALAMANCE 
HONDA PLANS N.C, PLANT 
OtVtLOPMFNT OFFICE MAY MOVE 

CEREMONY SCHEDULED AT PLANT 
EYES WATER, SEWER POLICY CHANGE 

OFFICE PROPERTY 



IN ALAMANCE CO 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.Q ! • , 9^ f f^Lf 53'' 
ALAMANCE REJECTS LEASE DELAY 
BUILDING TO BE READY IN JULY 

'^""xfiMiKif^'sjAaR^tErTrrHiLJn" 

'^'???^iL^S"MLr«fW.'M?cJ^"S2TH''5N^D SEWER RROPpSAL 
ALAMANCE BOARD CRITICIZES TR P BY Z CETA OFFICIALS 
WATFR LINE VOTE AGAIN 3 TO ? , ^ 

"iFRINARIAN IN ALAMANCE SEEkS WATER. SEWER LiNEi 
MERITS OF POLITIES DEBATED ,,^ 

ALAMANCE EYES WATER. SEWER POLICY CHANGE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY: THE LEGACY OF ITS PEOPLE AND PLACES 
'"ALAMANCE COUNTY MUSEUM GATHERS HISTORIES FOR BOOK 

ALAMANCE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 
NEW EXTENSION AGENCY BEGINS WORK 

ALAMANCE CQUMTY AR TS, E XPER I ENCE 
SEE ALSO ARTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 
ALAMANCE TO HOLD FESTIVAL 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SNYDER TO UUIT SCHOOL BOARD „,„. 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD DELAYS OFFICERS ELtCTION 

ALAMANCE EDUCATION BOARD TO MEET 

aCaMANCE COUNTY QKS MONEY FOR REPAIRS AT THREE SCHOOLS 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL OFFICIAL RESIGNS 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT NAMED 

HEARING SCHEDULED ON CLOSING SCHOOL 

CLOVER GARDEN SCHOOL CLOSINGMS OPPOSED 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL TO BE CLOSED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY "OARO^OF ELECJIgNS 

SEE AL50 ALAMANCE COUNTY. ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO PURLINGTON. N.C. ELECTIONS ,,,„., 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. ELECTIONS 

H'^ARING OROERFO ON MEBAHE EL Et T I ON AL LEGA T 1 ON 
MFSANF MAYORAL ELECTION HEAR IMG SET FOR DEC. Jd 
SOME MEBANt VOTES CHALLENGED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER Of COMMERCF rf^^uc^rc 

SEE BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAHfltR OF COMMERCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHRISTMAS TOUR AND CANDLELIGHT TEA 
SEE ALSO HOUSE TduRS, 

CHRISTMAS TOUR SCHEDULED 

'^""UflM^S^rSK^^SSl^HSr^S^AD RRJ.KT 

ALAMANCE COMMUNITIES USE GRANT PROGRAM 

MERIT PAY INCREASE APPROVED 

CONTRACT AWARDED FOR JAIL MEALS 

ALAMANCE TO STUDY wORKFARE PROPOSAL 

ALAMANCE TO MODIFY COUNTY PAY PLAN 

ALAMANCE INDUSTRY PANEL OK • 

ALAMANCE COUNTY OK S MONEY FOR 

lUl.OOO ALLOCATED FOR SCHOOL 

SUE. COST OF NEW ALAMANCE JAl 

DEVELOPMENT OFFICE CHANGE IS 5 

ALAMANCE TO MOVf DEVELOPMENT 

ALAMANCE BOARD'S CHAIRMAN DIES 

ALAMANCE BOARD HtARS BILL TO L 

ALAMANCE 0£MUCRATS TO SELECT » 

ALAMANCE BOARD CRITICIZES TR 1» 

CANDIDATES ENDORSED IN ALAMArt 

FREEMAN NAMED TO FILL ALAMANCF 

MOST ALAMANCE EMTS ACHIEVE PA) 

ALAMANCF BOARD OKS PAVING LIST 

STATE TO ISSUE PERMIT FOR FIR'< 

ALAMANCE TABLES REOUEST FOR CO 

WATER LINE VOTE AGAIN 3 TO i 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HAS TWO PRIVAT 

ALAMANCE WANTS JAIL PLANS SOO'I 

MERITS OF POLITIES OEBATEO 

ALAMANCE DELAYS ACTION ON wOR< 

ALAMANCE SEEKS SPACE FOR OEVEl 

BOARD KILLS WORKFARE PROPOSAL 

WORK ON JAIL COULD BEGIN EARLY IN • 8". 

ALAMANCE JAIL BIDS EXCEED l'> MILLION 

ALAMANCE EYES WATER. SEWER Pa ICY CHANGE 

ALAMANCE APPROVES BIDS FOR NEW JAIL 

ALAMANCE REJECTS LEASE DELAY 

ALAMANCE TAPS Hf AL IH DIRECTOR 

ALAMANCE COUNTY C QMMI SS I ONE RS , BUpSET 
ALAMANCE WANTS JAlL PLANS SDOM 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMM 1 SS IQNERS , C HAI RMAN 
ALAMANCE BOARD ELECTS CHAIRMAN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY C 0»M 1 SS lONERS , EL E', T 1 ONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, £LECII0NS „ „, ,, t 

ALLREO SAYS HE MAY RUN FOR ALAMANCE BOARD SEAT 

'^""J^!.^.n'JlN^"fS"grJslS°F'i&S58&^'sJEi?iS PROGRAM 

"■"';:[lMiKi!?'Xt2Sr)i'A!r^8 'se'C^Jt .,oard nominee 



REPAIRS AT Three schools 

REPAIRS 

L MAY GROW 

EJECTED 

FFICE 

OF APPARENT HEART ATTACK 
IMIT GOVERNMENT GROWTH 
OARO NOMINEE 

BY 2 CETA OFFICIALS 

BOARD SEAT 
AMJDIC LEVEL 

TO STORE COiALT 
UNSEL 

E INDUSTRY COUNCILS 



FARE 

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1/01/aJ - i2/3i7a 



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CANDlDATtS FKOOnSEO IN AHHANCt 

fRECMAN HAMEO TO flLL ALAMANCF BuARO SeAT 

ALAHANCE COUNTY FCONOMIC U^ VE LGf KE^l T UFI^IC E 

SEE ALSO ALAHANCE COUNTY, INDUSTRIAL TEVELOPMFNT 
DEVELOPMENT GfFICE CHANGE IS JEJECTEO 
ECOhUHK DEVELOPER DOESN'T OPPOSE MOVE 
ALAMANCE TO MHVF DEVELOPMENT TFFICE 
"■ INDUSTRIES SAID LOOKING AT ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE MAY MOVE 
ALAMANCE SEEKS SPACE FOR DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT, 

ALAMANCE TAPS HEALTH DIRECTOR 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL „., 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
ALAMANCE OKS HOSPITAL ROAD PRUECT 
HOSPITAL OFFICIAL IS NAMED 
ALAMANCF HOSPITAL APPLICATION REJECTED 
LIONS CLUB DONATES MONEY 
HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS HONORED 
HOSPITAL RECEIVES EXEMPTION 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL AWARDS CONTRACT 

ALAMANCE PARAMEDICS EXTEND 'EHE»GFNCY ROOM TO FIELD" 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL PLANS OUTPATIENT SURGERY CENTER 
ALAMANCF COUNTY HOSPITAL TO R» I Sc RATES ON SEPT. 21 
REVELS ADVANCES IN CROUP , ^ 

HOSPITALS SAY MERGER REPORTS ARE PREMATURE 
ALAMANCF HOSPITAL NAMES DEPARTMENT CHIEF 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL HORK NEARING FINISH 
HOSPITAL PLANNING OUTPATIENT CENTER 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL PROJECT APP'OVEO 
NEW OBSTETRICAL SERVICE OFFERED 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL GETS OK TO =STABLISH CENTER 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL NAMES STAFF OFFICERS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, BIRTHING ROOM 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

BIRTHING ROOM HAKES OELIVERV EASIER FOR ALL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
HOSPITAL'S BJARO NAMES CONTROLLER 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL AWARDS CONTRACT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL , , 

ALAMANCE OKS hospital ROAO PRUFCT 

RESTAURANT OWNERS CANCEL CONTRACT TO FEED INMATES AT ALAMANCE JAIL 
CONTRACT AWARDED FOR JAIL MEALS 
ALAM4NCE OFFERS SETTLEMENT 
ALAMANCF JAIL WORK MAY BEGIN IN SPRING 
SIZE, COST OF NEW ALAMANCE JAIL MAY GROW 
ALAMANCF WANTS JAIL PLANS SOON 

FOUR PEOPLE OEING HELD IN SLAYING OF NtW YORK jErtELRY STORE UWNFR 
WORK ON JAIL COULO BEGIN EARLY IN ' e", 
SHERIFF WANTS NEW JAIL 

ALAMANCE JAIL BIDS EXCEED t5 HILLION 
ALAMANCE APPROVES BIOS FOR NEW JAIL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY MEMQRJAL HOSPITAL 

SEE Al50 ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 
LIONS CLUB nuNATES MONEY 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL UF ALAMANCE WILL DEOICATE ADDITION 
HOSPITALS SAY MERGER REPORTS ARE PREMATURE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL INC. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
ALAMANCE COUNTY HAS TWO PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCILS 
ALAMANCE INDUSTRY COUNCIL TO TISSOLVE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY RECREATION DEPT. 

ALAMANCE COMMUNITIES USE GRANT PROGRAM 
AREA SUMMER RECREATION PR0GRA1S ARE DOOMING 

ALAMANCE COUNTY RESCUE UNIT 

ALAMANCE INDUSTRY PANEL UK • D 



SEE IlImXnce County Board of edj 



CAT ION 



ALlM/SNifE^ IcmSoLS §UPERINTENDE-1T IS HONORED BY MUSIC ASSOCIATION 

»331,'100 ALLOCATED FOR SCHOOL REPAIRS 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL OFFICIAL RESISNS 

SCHOOL REGISTRATION BEGINS 

DEVELOPMENT OFFICE CHANGE IS REJECTED 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL PLANS HERITAGE WEEK 

HEARING SCmFDULFD ON CLOSING SCHOOL 

CLOVER GARDEN SCHOOL CLOSING IS OPPOSED 

ALAMJNCE SCHOOL TO BE CLOSED 

VETERINARIAN IN ALAMANCE SEEKS WATER, SEwER LINES 

ALAMANCE, BURLINGTON SCHOOLS TRIM 1ST DAY 

SCHOOLS RESUME SCHEDULE 



ALAMANCE 



CE CO, SCHOOLS, 
LAmJnJE SCHOOL 



SCHOOLS, SUPERINTENOE-I T 
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT NAMED 



ALAMANCE CO, 

ALAMANCE ,_- - 

SUPERINTENDENT TO BE SHORN IN 



ALAMANCE HIST 
HAf HIST 
FIDDLERS 
COUNTRY 
FIDDLERS 
ALAMANCE 



CENTER 
EYES 
TORS PLANNING BUILDING 

URICAL MUSEUM 

DRY EXHIBIT TO OPEN 

" PICNIC SET IN ALAMANCE MAY 2i 

DANCING, MUSIC IN STO<e AT FIDDLERS PICNIC 

PICNIC BEGINS TODAY 

COUNTY MUSEUM GATHERS HISTORIES FOR BOOK 



ALAMANCE LONG RIFLES 

20 yEARS of SHflOriNG 



ALARM SYSTFMS 

SEE ALSO S 

STUDY PL 

ISOLATED 

ALASKA 

THE ALAS 
IN FREE2 



moke detectors 

anneo on state's policy of renting houses 
school buildings may get alarms 



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»LBE»I SCHwelTZE' INTEDNJTIONAL PRIZES 

"'L;'J53rs^'"RE?:R;TNi'-7rN:::; m oedicate portrait of sCH«EirzEP 

OURHAM'S LINK TO CR. SCH^EITZFR 
"■'"°!i:!B3a5^aSE":'ci}YVAOY FOR FINAL FOUR 
"-'•^cf'-ALSn ABC STORES 

see also airlines. orinking 

He IlIo colleges, n.c, alcoholic beverages 

SEE also coors seer . , ^„ 

SEE also JOSEPH SCHL1T2 BREWING CO. 
SEE ALSO LIQUOR. ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO L I3U0R INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO Public property orinki>ig ban 

SEE ALSO MINE 

DOUG LINK TO VIOLENCE UNPROVED 

2.000 GALLONS OF ALCOHOL SPILLS 

UNDER THE INFLUENCE. ..OF ADS A NO ALCOHOL 

NO AVOIDING IT: SIN'S COST HUH 

ALCOHOlj^HEALIH EFFECTS^^^j^^ LABELS UN ALCOHOL CONTAINERS 
bekarf useless kaHNINGS 
EVERYONE DESERVES WARNING 

LABEL ALCOHOL'S GANGERS ,,,^ 

ANTI-SLAVERY BILL IS SENT BAC< TO COMMITTEE 
BOOZE WARNING LABELS USELESS 
BOOZE PROBLFh WORSE THAN SMOKING 
REauIoE BOjZE warning LABELS 
LABELING Should INCLUDE ALCOHOL. TOO 

ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES ^, 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ORINKING AGE 

III itsO u°S^'tREA5URY OEPT., bureau of ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARM! 
POLICE ARREST 5 IN HOUSE IN OJRHAM 

5 ARRESTED During R'lp 

HLiNT''lo''STUOY''AOCIT'oNAL WAYS TO KEEP ALCOhOL FRUM MINORS 

HUNT: ORAM Shop PROPOSAL COULO RE REVISEU 

POLICE SAY 17-yfaR-OLO bought BEER BEFORE WRECK 

MAN CHARGED WITH SELLING BEER TO W-YEAR-OLO DRIVER 

hunt using wreck accounts to Push LEGISLATION 

LIMITED DRAM SHOP PROPOSAL ADVANCES 

20 PEOPLE mClO on ORUG COUNTS AFTER CITY SwEEP 

l". AftRESTED IN GRANVILLE 

12 ARE ARRESTED IN GRANVILLE „ ,, 

<,3 PEOPLE ARE CHARGED ON HRUG, LIQUOR COUNTS 

^?t?SII [J^PsispPSa^o'fhl^BEfR SALES TO MINORS 

SENTENCE FOR BEER SALE CRITICIZED 

HOUSE PASSES UNEMPLOYMENT INSl'RANCE BILL 

PROSPECTS ARE DIMMED ON OU I CIMPROMISF 

GOVERNOR PLANS TOUGH ORUNK-ORI V ING ACTION 

LA» ENFORCEMENT KEY TO SAFE ROADS SUCCESS 

HUNT: STATE TO USE MINORS IN 'ROBES OF ALCOHOL SALES 

STATE TO INVESTIGATE ALCOHOL SALES TO MINORS 

23 R0X30R0 Places CITED IN ROUNDUP 

HERE'S ONE REASON CRIMINALS RJ N FREE 

'STINGS' MAKING BEER VENDORS WARY 

BEER SALE CHARGES FILED IN AHMANCE 

BEER Purchases lead to citations 

CITY POLICE NAME STORES INVOLVED IN oEER ChaRGcS 

BEER LAW CITATIONS CONTINUE 

MINOR BFER •^Ui^ SHOWS MAJOR PROBLEM 

MINORS WHO TRY TO BUY ALCOHOL MAY BE CHARGED 

BEER 'STING': FOLLOW-UP CRUCIAL 

'FILL 'ER UP' FALLACY 

PROSECUTION OF 21 BEER SALE CHARGES DEFERRED 
ABC OFFICIALS WARN BOOTLEGGINS MAY INCREASE 
GIRL, 17, SAYS TRAPPING LIQUOR VIOLATORS EASY 

POLICE Busts deserve applause ^^„ ^ .^ 
COUNCILMAN Cleared of illegal beer sale 

SENTENCE NO DETERRENT 

COUNCILMAN FOUND INNOCENT 

OUTCOME OF OTHER BEER CASES 

16 FOUND Guilty of BEER SALES 

LOOPHOLE NEEDS CLOSING IN NEW BEER, WINE LAW 

FUZZY LAW REOUIRED VERDICT OF INNOCENT 

POLICE BEER 'STING* A 'TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE', ^^ ^ 

MINOR BEER sales: JUDGE LABAR?E PROVES COURTS ARE SLACK 

POLICE BIGHT TO 'STING' MERCHANTS 

tlGllLATipE'MAY'HlvE GOOFED ON ALCOHOL SALES TO MINORS 

DURHAM RULING FITS FEARS 

JURY ACQUITS MAN FOR BEER SALE 

GOVERNOR MAY ASK CHANGE IN BEER LAW 

STATE LEGISLATURE WILL MEET FRIDAY , „ „ 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOLDS SPECIAL SESSION TODAY 

ROAD-SERVICE REPAIRS 

WOMAN IS SENTENCED IN BEER CASE 

ci2pEL*H?LL''pOUCE.'BAR'i2NAC£RS PLAN FOR DRINKING LAW CHANGE 

boozers beware! the law chang? s tonight 
durham police plan no special owl roundup 
orunkfn driving arrests declI'jE under new la, 
chapel hill officfrs make alcohol arrests 
nfw drinking law blames scapegoat 

BOOTLEGGERS iOuNCE BACK 

SPEAKERS WAIN ABOUT SAFE ROAOS ACT 

BAR Owners told to check ids 

ABC MANAGER IS arrested for MOONSHINE ,, 
N.c. OEER VENDORS CAN BE SUED FOR DAMAGES 



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7/12/83 


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7/20/83 


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l/10/"3 A 
1/18/83 n 
2/03/83 A 
2/u'./83 A 
2/09/83 o 
2/10/83 A 
2/10/83 C 
2/16/83 A 
3/09/83 A 
3/10/83 B 
3/11/83 B 
3/16/83 D 
'./09/83 A 
5/08/83 A 
5/13/83 A 
5/17/83 a 
5/26/83 A 
6/02/83 A 
6/03/83 A 
6/09/83 A 
6/10/83 C 
6/l<,/83 e 
6/20/83 A 
7/05/83 A 
7/16/83 C 
7/19/83 A 
7/19/63 A 
7/19/83 B 
7/21/83 A 
7/21/83 A 
7/22/93 A 
7/22/83 A 
7/22/83 A 
7/27/83 
7/28/83 C 
7/31/83 C 
3/03/83 A 
a/0<./83 A 
3/0A/83 A 
a/05/83 A 
8/05/83 A 
3/05/83 A 
8/06/83 A 
8/09/83 A 
9/09/83 A 
8/10/83 A 
8/12/93 A 
3/16/83 A 
3/17/83 A 
8/17/83 A 
9/18/83 C 
a/2<./83 a 
3/25/83 A 
3/26/83 A 
a/26/93 A 
a/31/83 A 
9/12/83 
9/28/83 A 
9/30/83 B 
9/30/83 A 
10/0<./83 B 
10/10/83 A 
lO/ie/83 A 
11/05/83 A 
11/08/83 A 
11/09/83 A 
12/19/83 b 
12/21/83 C 



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"N';£.''oiFf?IALS SAY FAR HEELS TRINKING LESS, 
LIQUOR PRICE HIKES MAY PROMPT SUIT 



PAYING MORE 



2 10/08/83 A 
2 11/01/93 B 



Stt ALSO ALLUHUL, ILLILll i" 

SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

SEE ALSO PROHIBITION 

OAY-CARE LICENSE EXEMPTION APPROVED 
STATE SHOULD HAVE TOUGHER DU I LAW 



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LIJUOR SALtS TOTALLY BANNED 1^ ""tf S ! X I Ak HEEL CJUI.TIES 
1 TQIinR ^ALE5 DECLINE IN N.C. =^0^ FIRST T I "^t 
Nlc.LlOUtiR SALES drop: FIRST TIME IN W YEARS 

N!c""nFFICIALS SAY TAR HEELS 1RINKING LESS. PAYING MURE 

LIQUOR SALES DECLINE „ , 

NfS BEER BATTLE LOOMS IN ;;«»nN 

GROUP TRYING TO HALT SYLVA SE-R SALES 

LIQUOR PRICE HIKES MAY PROMPT SUIT 

ABC BOARDS PRnMDTING LIQUOR SALES 

SILER CITY ABC STORE APPROVED 

BEER SALES RULING «ILL BE APPFALtD _ 

BROAOMAY TO VOTE ON BONDS. BE'R. MINE 

ALCOHOL. TaaFS 

''i:thh°« \ir)iic'i&,i PROPOSED,^ ^^ 
BAYS TO HATCH ROAD FUNDS REVIEWED 
TAR HEEL ALCOHOL TAX HIKE STLniFO 
LOBBYISTS BLAST TAX INCREASES 
GROUP PLANS FIGHT ON LIQUOR TAX LAW 
LIQUOR TAXES TEMPT TAVERNS TO CHEAT 
L auOO LAWS PROMOTE INCENTIVE TO ChEaT 
ALCOHOL, TOPACCO -USER FEES* JRGEO 
BnOTLEGGEPS BOUNCE BACK 




ALCOHOL^R^COVERYj^INC.,^ EMBEZZLING 

'''r,i'i.'.^.''it°'c>^h,\nUUTG, CONTROL BOARD 
ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER. bJINER. N.C. 
Ill A^ttS j:;C^?"2t^^H0LISM RESEARCH AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. ALCOHOLISM ^ ,^, 

TWO HOSPITALS OK ADMISSION OF ALCOHOLICS 



ALCOHOLIC REHABILIT 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
ALCOHOL FACILI 
AGENCIES" MOVE 
IDE* OF MIXING 
DETOXIFICATION 
COUNTY BOARD T 
COMMISSIONERS 
PROTESTS BAR R 
COMMISSIONERS 
MENTAL HEALTH 
MFNTAL HEALTH 
DETOX PROGRAM 
NEW CLINIC OPE 
VISI T NEW JFFI 
OETOX PROGRAM 



ATION CENTER. DJRHAM. N.C. 

ISM 

TY RENT TO BE HI GH 
MAY BE COSTLY 
NORMAL. RETARD^ UK ■ 
CENTER GETS 30-DAY EXTENSION 

CONSIDER Two 1U1L0INGS 

TO DISCUSS SEWE^ EXTENSION 

ELOCATION OF PROGRAM 

SEEK NEW SEWER CUSTOMERS 

BUDGET APPROVED 

HIKES ITS BUDGET REQUEST 

GIVEN 3R0 EVICTION REPRIEVE 

NS TO TREAT AN OLD PROBLEM 

CES 

LOSES HOME 



H 2 


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9/ 8/93 


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6 


H 




S 2 


9/1=1/83 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


10/08/83 


A 


^ 


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S 2 


10/03/83 


A 


I e 


N 




H 2 


lO/l'./83 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


10/19/83 


b 


8 


N 




H 2 


1 1/01/83 


t) 


5 


N 




S 2 


1 1/08/83 


A 


i* 


L 




H 2 


11/09/83 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


U/17/83 


A 


23 


N 




H 1 


U/30/93 


c 


1 


N 


HOO 


S 2 


1/14/83 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


3/0^/83 


A 




N 




H 2 


5/26/83 


A 




N 




H 2 


6/10/83 


b 




N 




H 2 


)/01/83 







N 


<bb 


H 2 


9/19/83 


A 




N 


ASi 


H 2 


9/2S/83 


D 




F 




H 2 


U/05/83 


A 


I 5 


N 




S 2 


11/08/63 


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3/OB/83 
6/09/83 
6/10/83 
6/20/83 
7/22/83 
7/28/83 
9/01/83 



H 3 5/D'./93 B 1 



"-""Sti^AiJi'JnlSlTSrjifl'oK-^TO. --STABLISH CENTER 

"-'^???'-iL'?n ADDICTION ^ ,^^ 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE. ALCOHOLISM , ,„ ,,c 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C. ALCOnaiC REVERACtS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. STUDENTS. ALCOHOL-DRUG USE 

III ;t:l§ SKSlirM ^Sffi^GiSE^if^ilSiJiT.L. alcohol and drug TREATMENT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RESCUE MISSION 

SEE ALSO FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME ,„„„, ,,„ 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLISM RESEARCH AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO PROHIBITION 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC ORUNKENESS 

"Lf^.'SASS^^J^on^^^C^JSoL-RELATED DEATHS. DISEASES 
N.C. RANKS NO. 2 IN ALCOHOL-RELATED OEaThS. DISEASES 
PROGRAM FOR FAMILIES OF ALCOHTLICS TO START 
GET TOUCH; GIVE HELP 
LOST SOUL IN THE MAKING 
MORE STUDIES SUPPORT ALCOHOLISM INHERITED 

:,SNT'i;;S i^fSs^iilEE^tS 5S^REsPo«UG and alcohol abuse CONFERENCE 
BOOZE PROBLEMS COST YOU t220 
DRUGS. JOBS DON'T MIX 
CHANGES ARE NECESSARY 

ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT CENTER, BUTNE', N.C. 

SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER. BUTNER. N.C. 



s 


2 


9/23/83 


C 


1 


N 


J56 


s 


2 


1/31/63 


C 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


2/03/93 


A 


23 


N 




H 


2 


2/25/83 


B 




N 




5 


2 


3/04/83 


A 




N 


M21 


H 


2 


3/21/83 


B 




N 


881 


s 


2 


3/21/83 


C 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/22/83 


B 




N 


Bbl 


s 


2 


3/22/83 


E 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


3/25/83 


A 


16 


N 


BSI 




2 


3/25/83 


A 


10 


N 




s 


2 


'./05/83 


B 




N 


M23 


H 


2 


6/25/63 


B 




P N 


R81 


s 


2 


6/28/93 


B 




P P 


F70 


s 


2 


8/26/83 


C 


I 


N 


J56 


H 


1 


11/26/93 


B 


1 


N 


H60 



1/27/63 

1/28/93 

2/15/83 

3/OT/63 

3/2D/83 

5/15/83 

8/28/83 

11/15/83 

12/18/83 

12/19/63 

12/22/83 



1 

8 

10 

10 



CQHQLISM TREATMENT CLINIC 
SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION 



CE'JTER. DURHAM. N.C. 



SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST . , 

CHARLOTTE STUDENTS ARE TESTED FOR DRINKING 
HIGH SCHOOL GIVES TEST FOR STUDENTS wHG ORINK 

ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION. N.C. 

ALERT TO OFFER 35 CHANNELS BY M!0-I9a<. 

CABLE TV CHANGE ONE VOTE CLOSFR 

HEARING PLANNED NOV. 9 ON CABLE TV EXTENSION 

ALERT DEVICE 

SEE LIFELINE UNIT 



S 2 

H 2 



1/12/93 C 
1/16/83 E 



3 './19/93 a 1 N N36 

3 9/26/93 B 1 N 

3 10/26/83 b 1 N B<.6 



"■"'reIl EStItE-'fRQM football IN THE YAZOO BASIN TO MACR06I0L0GY IN DURHAM H 2 9/18/93 D 10 P F L*l 



"-f":i8S? '5?P?Jfl0^^fGINS TOMORROW 

JURY Chosen for vote fraud trial 

TESTIMONY 6E&INS IN VOTE FRAU3 TRIAL , ,„ , . 
JURY MEMBER THREATENED AFTER ELECTION FRAUU TRIAL 
SENTENCES ARE GIVEN IN VOTE FP AUO CASE 



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8/15/83 


A 


h 


1 


a/17/63 


B 


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a/16/93 


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H 


? 


8/2I/B3 


B 


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2 


a/26/83 


A 



5 
7 

10 



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12/31/aj 



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ALFXANOEft'S (DURMAM, N.C. RESTAURANT) 
RESTAURANT HILL REQPtN 



RESTAURANT TO OPEN NEXT MONTH 

MEAT STOLEN fRO" RESTAURANT 

ALEJANOER'S -ILL OPEN RESTAURANT AT NORTmGATE 



ALEAANHRI 
BULL 
BULL 
BULL 
DUKE 
BULL 
hOOG 
BULL 
OUKE 
BULL 
BULL 
BULL 
BULL 
WMEE 
ALEX 
ALEX 
OUKE 
DUKE 
BULL 
BULL 
DUKE 
BULL 
.lARO 
XARO 
CQR" 
KNOX 
CONT 
BULL 
BULL 

aoR" 

BORH 
SIX- 
ALEX 



S °'isH POWER ON U-8 DEFEAT 

S TEAM JP IN I 1-8 LOSS 

S' PULLPEN again OFFERS NO RELIEF 

S TAME BULLS, 9-C, BEHIND RAY'S PITCHING 

BREAK LOSING STREAK «I TH VICTORY OVER OUKES 

LIFTS BULLS IN IITH 

FALL IN NINTH INNING 

SINK BULLS WITH HOMERSi S-". 

FALL TO 0-<. IN LOSS TO TUKES ,„ „ ,cc = i 

STAY MINLESS IN SECOND 1ALF, FALL 10 DUKES. 5-3 

BREAK 5-GAME SKIO. EDGE OUKES 
J GET TEAM EFFORT IN 1ST VICTORY 
LS SPINNING AS CLUBS LOOK FOR NEW HOMES 
ANDRIA, DUKES MAY SPLIT 
ANORIA DUKES MOVING NEXT SEASON 
S GET NEU HOME 
S SINK BULLS, END LOSING STREAK 

s'maNAGE*ONLY ", HITS IN 5-1 LOSS TO ALEXANDRIA 
■; EDGE 9ULLS IN lOTH 

BLOJ EARLY LEAD, FALL TT DUKES 
PITCHING KEY a5 bulls IEAT OUkES 



, BULLS TOP DUKES ^ „^,. . , 

ACK HELPS BULLS GUN DOWN ALEXANDRIA, 5-4 
•S RBI IN lOTH GIVES BULLS SwEE" OF JUKES 
ROVERSIAL CALL GIVES BULLS SrtEEP 
S- SMITH LIMITS OUKES TO FIVE HITS 

ANN EARNS PROMOTION, 5TH STRAIGHT wIN IN SHUTOUT 

ANN SHUTS OUT OUKES 

RUN 5TH SINKS BULLS, 9-9 

ANORIA ENDS BULLS* WIN STREAK 



ALGAE 

^^PhoSPhaTE^OFIERGENT ban CONSnEREO IN 66 COUNTIES 
CITY MUST BEGIN WAR ON alGaE 
CITY GETS t6i'',aOO FDR JOBS 

CITIES ARE STUDYING WAYS TO CJ T PHOSPHORUS LEVELS 
SO FAR, NEw LAKES FREE OF UNO=SIRABLE ALGAc 
SCIENTIST SAYS AlGAE MAY FlOU'ISH ON LAKES 
SOAP INDUSTRY TO FIGHT CHEMICAL 3AN 
DURHAM PHOSPHATE WAR HITS HABITS AND WALLETS 
OAMS POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO PHOSPHATES 
BACTERIA That GOBBLE UP PHOSPHATES may HELP LAKE 
ALGAE BELIEVEI no PRuBLEM 
EPA ASKEO TO ARBITRATE RIVER CISPUTE 
erosion, alGaE growth BIGGEST WATER THREATS 

ALIEN AT I ON- OF- AFFECT I ON 

LA^YERS^SHLL SHY JURY FOR MILLION-DOLLAR TRIAL 

DUNN TESTIFIES DURING TRIAL ,,„ 

LAWYER SEEKS TO STOP TRIAL OF ALIENATION 

MOVIES ARE USED IN TRIAL 

MRS. Ounn: SOUGHT 'PEACE,' NOT SUITOR 

TESTIMONY ENDS IN OUNN CASE 

JURY RULES OONN'S nIFE NOT ALIENATED ,,,,,,„. 

DUNN JURY RULES AGAINST ALIENATION OF AFFFCTION 

'ALIENATION' SUITS USELESS, OJTmOOED 

sIe also u'Is' IMMiyiATICN AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 
ALIEN POPULATION RISES 
FOREIGNERS BOOST STATE'S ECONTMY 

?;j|rjS°AREE5°2l}SMSt5'G^SG 'SHAM MARRIAGES' -ITH AlIENS 
LIBERIAN FACES DEADLINE TO STAY IN U.S. 



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3/13/'ii C 


I 


N 583 


H 2 


3/20/B3 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


6/II/l"3 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


9/29/83 A 


13 


N 


H 2 


5/06/93 C 


1 P 


N C52 


S 2 


5/06/93 


1 


U P55 


H 2 


5/07/83 B 


2 


N C52 


H 2 


5/08/93 B 


1 


N C52 


H 2 


5/09/83 B 


2 


N C52 


S 2 


5/2<./83 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


5/25/93 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/26/83 


A 


N 


H 2 


6/26/83 B 


I P 


N C5? 


H 2 


6/27/93 B 


2 


N C52 


H 2 


6/28/83 B 


2 P 


N C52 


S 2 


6/29/83 E 


2 


N P55 


S 2 


7/07/83 B 


2 


N P55 


H 2 


7/10/83 B 


12 


N C52 


H 2 


7/12/93 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


7/12/83 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/15/93 C 


2 


N 


S 2 


7/15/83 


1 


N 


M 2 


7/16/B3 


1 


N 


M 2 


7/17/83 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/18/83 fl 


2 


N 


H 2 


8/13/83 


1 


N C52 


S 2 


8/13/83 A 


8 P 


N 


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5 


N C52 


H 2 


8/15/R3 B 


3 


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S 2 


3/15/83 D 


5 


N P55 


H 2 


8/30/83 B 


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N 


S 2 


a/30/83 


5 


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H 2 


8/31/93 C 


2 


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S 2 


8/31/83 B 


2 


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9/01/83 


2 


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9/01/93 a 


A 


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H 2 


2/12/93 A 


5 


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H 2 


7/29/93 A 


1 


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8/03/83 d 


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8/23/93 B 


1 


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1 


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12/22/83 C 11 



SEE ALSO ChIlO CUSTODY 

^^PULLEY's'bJlL^wOULO tighten child SUPPORT, ALIMONY LAWS 
HACKNEY BILL MEETS OPPOSITION 
BILL CESERvFS SUPPORT 

PULLEY'S ALIMONY BILL DELAYED „ ^.,, 

BILL WOULD ALLOW COHABITATION TO FIGURE IN ALIMONY PAYMENTS 



'^'lefillo htl'r^lk N.C, ALL-AHERI 
ALL-AMERICA CITY NEWS EXP6CTE1 
DURHAM IS ALL-AMERICA CITY 

SUCCESS: Durham TO 9E NAMED AM 
HARD WORK A'lD PROGRESS WIN ALL 
NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR OuRHS 
DURHAM GIVEN ALL AMERICAN CITY 
NOW IT'S official: DURHAM HAS 
ALL-AMERICA CITY CELEBRATION S 
DURHAM HONORED AT WHITE HOUSE 
MARKHAM URGES CONTINUED PROGR' 
ALL-AMERICA CITY 

A WEEK TO 'FEEL GOOD" ABOUT CI 
STaR-SPANGLF D HONOR 
WINNING SIGNS 

DURHAM CELEBRATES ITSELF FOR A 
SALUTE TO OUR TOwN... 
IMPROVED OUALITY OF LIFE WAS A 
PROJECTS MARK PROGRESS, NOT PF 
AWARD HAS NO PRIZE MONEY BUT J 
MnRf THAN 200 PEOPLE GAVE T I mF 
INDIVIDUALS. FIRMS AIOED IN E< 
A WINNER'S RcwARDS: ROANOKE, V 
THE AWARD: A STIMULUS TO PRlDf 
WHAT'S IN A NAME? CITY HAS TRI 
WHAT Durham TOLD JUDGES 
HIS PERCEPTION 'GLUE' FOR PRQJ 
JOHN MiCKLE: ARCHITECT OF PRIZ 
'alL-amFRICa CITY' TOPS AGENDA 
CELEBRATION wFlL-EaRNEO 
CITY OBSERVES ALL-AMERICA D6SI 
LIBRARY CELEBRATION IS TONIGHT 
ALL-AMERICA day: FANFARE, AWAi 
DURHAM'S ALL-AMFRICA CITY AWAl 
DURHAM LETS LOOSE SOME CELE»RA 
DURHAM COMMENDED FOR PRESENTAT 
'ALL-AMERICA CITY'? 
ALL-AMER ICA CITY 



CA CITY PROPOSAL 
TO BE GOOD 

AlL-amERICa CITY 

-AMFRICA hO'JOR 

M'S PROGRESS 

HONOR ICARTOONl 
JOINED ELITE GROUP 
CHEOULED TO BEGIN APRIL 

SS IN CITY 

TY 



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RFECTION 

NOERSCORES POTENTIAL 

IN MAKING APPLICATION 
PENSES 
A., HAS WON 3 I IMF S 

£0 MANY 

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GNAT ION 

0, BALL GAME 

TO BE PRESENTED TOMORROW 

TION 

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MICKLf?''VSolARW°fo TELL ECONOMIC BtNEFITS OF A^ARO 

all-ahekICa fonrnALL 

SEE ALSO FDOIBALL 

THE ALL-AMERICA RACE 
GOSS, TABOR NAMED A-A 

ALL ATLAMIC COA^T CnNFERENCE " AS E» ALL IE AM 

THREE TAR HEELS HEAT ALL-ACC BASEBALL TEAM 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASHfTRALL TEAM 
CLUB PLANS ACC WINNER CEREMONY 
AUAROS FETE A FINE IDEA 

UNC. VIRGINIA CLAIM FOUR SPOTS ON AP ALL-ACC TEAM 
SAMPSON HONORED BY AP 
SAMPSONt JORDAN TOP ALL-ACC T= AM 
SAMPSON, JORDAN HE AO ALL-ACC LIST 
TEaChEY MOVES UP UNDER MORRISON'S SYSTEM 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTPALL TEAM 

DUKE. TAR HEELS PLACE 5 PLAYERS ON AP ALL-ACC 
FULLER, TIGERS WIN ACC HONORS 
UNC'S FULLER UNANIMOUS ALL-AC' PICK 
MARYLAND OB oITTER OVER NIX IN ACC AWARDS 

ALL-AILANTIC QOf^T CONFERENCE GOLF TEAM 

MILLS TOPS ACC TEAM 
ALL ATLAMMC CpfST CONFERENCE SOCCER TFamS 

ACC HONORS RENNIE, 3 BLUE DfVILS 

"■'• '3f,£''i5aJ ^SiSlL^'^'-fiE STORY IF .RIGHT MUV.S- 
*^^^'*5°gu?[5W'.r!/3BRr^^?R'~^^Sg-0^ EARLIER FIRE 

Chapel hill firm is solo 

allfnton realty buys chapfl hill company 

university drive extension dro eo , , , 

CITY tlFPICMLS Call road extension a PlONEtR EFFURT 

RESIDENTS SFt< MORATORIUMS ON REZONINGS 

RESIDENTS WANT REZONING HALTED UNTIL PLAN DRAWN 

UNIVERSITY DRIVE EXTENSION OPPOSED 

CITY BOARD VOTES AGAINST REZONING BID 

HOUSING OFVFlOPER LOSES RE20NING BID 

6 DURHAM COUNCILMEN WILL ATTEND LAST MEETING 

COUNCIL OK S REZONING 

CITY COUNCIL APPROVES REZONIN'. FOR SOUTHWEST DURHAM PROJECT 

SOUTHWEST DURHAM BOOM RAISES PLANNING CONCERNS 

ALLERGIES 



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3/07/83 b 3 

3/07/83 1 1 

3/0fl/93 B 2 

3/a''/83 C I 

3/11/83 D 1 



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MEDICAL CENTER, DIVISION OF ALLERGY ANO RESPIRATORY DISEASES 



SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV 

ALLERGy''suFFE«ERS should NOTE TIMF MEDICINE TAK^N 

INTERFERONS FREE OF ALLERGY CONNECTION 

POLLUTANTS' EFFECT ON POLLEN STUDIED 

MANY SUFFER ALLFRGIC VERSIONS OF THE RITES OF SPRING 

SPORES FOUND INDOORS CAN CAUSE ALLERGIES 

POLLEN BOTHERING MURE N.C. RESIDENTS ^ , , , 

AH CHOO: heat, STAGNANT AIR, ^AGwEED BOUGH ON ALLERGY SUF 

HIGHER POLLEN LEVEL CAUSES ALLERGY SUFFERING IN N.C. 

EVOLUTION IN ALLERGY TREATMENT BRINGS RELIEF TO MILLIONS 

HAY FEVER VACCINE IS TESTED AT DUKE 

OUKE MAKES ALLERGY, ECZEMA TIF 

RESEARCH LUCKY FOR MICHELLE 

ALLIED CHEMICAL CORP. 

300-<,0a NE» JOBS AHEAD FOR DURHAM 

"■ ALLIGATOR SIGHTINGS INCREASIN-j IN N.C. 

ALLIGATOR ON RESTAURANT'S MEMJ 
'GATOR DECISION FISHY 

ALLOWANCES 

SEE ADOLESCENCE, ALLOWANCE 

ALMAY, INC. , „ 

N.C. PLANTS MAKE MONEY ON MAKEUP 



3/10/83 C 

"./ZA/Bi C 

5/IA/83 C 

5/18/83 A 

5/22/83 C 

5/30/83 8 

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9/07/83 A 
9/07/83 
9/0')/B3 
9/28/83 
9/29/83 



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ALOPECIA AREATA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASESI 
SEE ALSO HAIR 

HAIR LOSS VICTIMS ORGANIZE TO SEEK SUPPORT, RESEARCH 



H 2 7/08/83 B 2 P F J^iO 



AbbEfS'MISUSED, JUDGE RULES 
ASSETS WERE DISBURSED ILLEGALLY 

PPA 

SATES FOUNDER'S DAY' 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY 
2 GET HONORS 
ESSAY WINNER 

PLANNING BEGINS FOR NFW YWCA PROGRAM 
STUDENTS GET TRIP 
LOOKING FOR VOTFRS 
VOTER REGISTRATION 

DURHAM STUDENT TO LEAD AKA BALL 
VOTING BOOTH TO BE OPEN 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA 

DURHAM MAN IS HONORED 
ALUMNI QROUP TO MEET 

ALPINE s'tRUCTURES INC, 

NFw PLiNT OPENS In OXFORD 
OXFORD FIRM'S NEW BEAM 

"" Ie1'al?0 citizens COMMISSION ON ALTERNATIVES Tu INCARCERATION 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, CROWDING 
PRISON OFFICIAL: PUBLIC IS SCARED 
HACKNEY WANTS TO REDUCE PRISON POPULATION 
BILL TO LIMIT PRISON GROWTH ADVANCES 
FIRST-OFFENDERS PROGRAM GETS 123,706 GRANT 

BILL URGING JUDGES TO SUSPEND MORE CRIME SENTENCES FAILS 
INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE BILL IS SENT TO SUBCOMMITTEE 



H 2 12/21/83 CI N 582 
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MONTMLr/ANNUAL 



NUAL iNOcX 

1/01/83 - , W/31/83 



X)u5£ TABLES "ILL TT ALLQJ 00". S I'l HOTcLS. MQr£LS 
ALieBNAT[ve SENTENCES ON INCRfA5£ 
ALAMANCE PRTGBA" GETS GOANT 
OfFFNOERS «ORK, kIPE OUT RECCflDS 
FPRIi FPR CPIRT eRPGRA.S 



DATE 

6/18/S3 
0/2J/83 
8/19/83 
3/25/83 
10/23/83 



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ALTRuSA MEMBERS DO BEMlNO THE SCENES CHORES FOR SCHOOL 
GALA «ICkS off TOUR 



2 2/21/83 A 
2 10/06/83 C 
2 U/22/33 A 



HAY a= HARMFUL 

ALUMlfJM RECYCLING 
SEE RECYCLING 
SEE REYNOLDS aluminum RECYCLING CO. 

ALVIN aIlEy repertory OANCE ENSEMBLE 
DANCERS SHOW PEP. PROBLEMS 

ALZnciMgR'^ DISEASE 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 
SEE ALSO DUKE ALZHEIMER'S Family support network 

NETWORK HELPS FAMILIES FACE 'SILENT EPIDEMIC 

SriN. DAUGHTERS WATCH PARENTS ^ROW CHILDLIKE 

VOLUNTEERS RECCGM2ED 

CLUES BRING hCPE FOR ALZHEIMER'S CuRE 

TOPIC'S ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

RAT RESPONSE "AY POINT TO SENILITY ORuG 

DRUGS MAY hFlP TREAT ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

Therapy times Two 

alzheimer's disease is a sile'lt killer 

wife. mother. friend. confida^ite cone forfver 

ALZHEIMER'S DIMS BRlinl MINDS. 9uT CANDLE OF HOPE IS BURNING 
Vn ThF SPOTL IGhT: THIS WEEK'S mIGHlIGhI<: 

•AMADEuS' A Three-year project fjr playwright 



S 2 11/23/83 A 16 



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CnRRFCTIO'l 

MAGIC r " 



The Theater 

'"^^rSlf" i!*2JTiAS fFi|jIh8N"8?'f5^0nSS CONGRESS Of INOUSTKIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

■CRKESS GET 3-yEAR PACT ^ ^, 

WORKERS AGREE TO NEW 3-YEAR u'tlON CONTRACT 

UNION SAYS MAJCR TE»T1L^ FIRMS HAVE CUT COTTUN DUST EXPOSURE 

UNION RATIFIES STEVENS CONTRA! T 

U.S. UNION MEMbEKSHiP SHRINKING (CARTOON) 

HANES DFNIES ORCHESTRATING ME-'IA BLITZ 

UNION WANTS NO Changes in cotton dust standard 

J. p. STEVENS CO.. UNION SETTl" LABOR STRIFE SUITS 
STRIKE VIOLENCE FLARES AT DEP3GRTERE PLANT 

AMANDA'S -j-a 

NEW R'St .- _ _ -- _ - - 

FIR" Plans DuRhaM TEST of 24-hOUR RESTAURANT 



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kITChEN 

RFSTAURANT to hire 110 WCPKERS 



AMBULATORY SURGERY UNIT 



._ , . _ MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 

AMBULANCE SERVICE STAYS IN OPERATION 
AMBULANCE SERVICE WINS BACK FRANCHISE 

AMBULANCE SERVICf. DURHAM COUNTY 

SF£ ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RESCUE SOUAD 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE A"BULANCE AND CONVALESCENT SERVICE 

SEE ALSO V lAL OF L IFE 

COMMISSIONERS CHANGE MEMBERSHIP RULES 

RjR Challenges county leaf tak 

COUNTY DROPS AMBULANCE FIRM FROM FRANCHISE 
AMBULANCE SERVICE GETS COURT REPRIEVE 
AMBULANCE FIRM ALLOWED TO OPERATE 
COURT OVERTURNS DENIAL OF AMBJLANCE FRANCHISE 
TRIANGLE AMSULANCE TO CONTINUE SERVICE 

HOSPITAL OFFICIALS TO GARNISHEE wAGES FOR UNPAID AMBULANCE BILLS 

COUNTY Should consider 'free' ambulance service 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, N.C. 

SEE also ACCIDENTS. AMBULANCE 

WOMAN Charged in ambulance wRtCk 
ambulatory surgery 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL -iOSPITal. 

AMBULATORY Surgical unit backed 
OUTPATIENT Surgery favored 

OUTPATIENT SURGERT 

AMERICAN 500 

ROCKINGHAM POLE GOES TO oONNETT 

EARNHARDT. PETTY ATTAIN POSITIONS 

POINTS STRUGGLE. CHEATING AT =CR£ OF AMERICA., 500 

AUTO RACE RESET FOR NEXT SUNDAY 

LABONTE wINS; WALTRIP TRIMS ALLISON'S LEAD 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR STATE ANO LOCAL HISTORY 
HIST0()Ian RFCEIVES A.ARO 
STATE. LOCAL HISTORY AWARDS PRESENTEO 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE 
ABRamSJn to PRESENT SCIENCE PAPER 

4 DUKE PROFESSORS NAMED FELLOES OF SCIENCE SOCIETY 
4 NAMED FELLOWS 
EVIDENCE: HEAVEN AHEAD... OR HELL 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION QF MEDICAL ASSISTANTS 

OFFICERS Installed 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSO'iS 

'"E Fliisr' GkOupS FlCnt SOCIAL ScCuRlTY CHANGES 

aarp sees alternatives to social security plan 
oouBle anniversary 



AMERICAN 



CAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIyFRSlTj wIJMEn 
CmIPlEy to a4Bre5S WOMEN'S ISSUES 



SEE ALSO N.C. bar association 

SEE ALSO U.S. SUPREME COURT 

N.C. Bar delegation OPPOSES RESOLUTION AGAINST CLUB olAS 
CLUBS SEEK NO HANDOUTS. Ow6 N3 EXPLANATIONS 

AMERICAN BRANDS 



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ANNUAL INOfcx 

1/01/83 - U/31/83 



SALARieS •[ akehican BRANOS 

N.C. JuflLiC COMPANIES' P0OMI5 UP 5.11 

AMERICAN PRANOS MAY UP DIVIDEVU RATE iMfS YEAR 

Lf.M, AMERICAN SAY TOO SCON TO EVALUATE JS-CIOAHFTTE PACK 

LCM: no CIGARETTE PRICE INCREASE SEEN 

2 CIGARETTE FIRMS INCREASE PRICES; LLM UNOECIOEn 

SITTING ON SCADS Of MONEY. AMERICAN CAN TAKE ITS TIME 

AMERICAN BRANDS PROMOTES THREE TOP EXECUTIVES 

SOUTHLAND LIFE GETS A BUYER 

AMERICAN BRANDS TO BUY SOUTHLAND LIFE 

AMFRICAN BRANDS, SALES AND EARNINGS 

AMERICAN BRANDS PROFITS DIP: 1UT TOBiCCD SHINES 
LEAF FIRM HAS RECORD SALES 
AMERICAN SAYS SALES INCREASE 9» 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, SARTLETT DURHAM CHAPTER 
WOMAN OF Tri? YEAR 
BOSS OF THE YEAR 

SERVICE LEAGUE MEMBERS MODEL FASHIONS AT BRUNCH 
IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR FOR FALL BAZAARS AND YARD SALES 



AMERICAN CANCER SOC lETY 

Jmok'^- - '-■ 



SMOKEOUT CAMPAIGN IS TODAY 



TIME 



american cancer society, durham chapter 
Cancer society: thanks 
•jail-a-thon' planned 
jail-a-thon set 

cancer society planning FUND-'AISING JAIL-A-THON 
SMILING 'JAILBIRDS' , ., ,, 

COUNCIL CALLS FOR POLICY ON U'. E OF OFFICIALS, VEHICLES 
PSO CANCER-COLLARS STIR CONCE'N 
JAILBIRD WITH A STAR 

AIDING Charity ok, but not on city 

THEY DRAGGED »E OFF TO THE P0< EY 

MARTIN NAMED CANCER CRUSADE CHAIRMAN 

THANHS: CANCER EVENT A SUCCESS 

VFLMA ROMLA SAYS IT'S HER OBLIGATION TO GIVE HER TIME 

CANCER INFORMATION AVAILABLE 

COLLECTING FOR CANCER FIGHT 

CANCER GROUP Short of goal 
cancer society officers installed 
new officers 
group seeking gift wrappers 

american cancer society, n.c. division ,„ „ ,, 

Cancer crusade names ■burlin&t:)n woman to pust 

CANCER society sets CONFERENCE 

CANCER SOCIETY TO MEET 

MORE MINORITY INPUT IS WANTED BY AMFRICAN CANCER SOCIETY 

AMFRICAN CANCER SOCIETY, ORANGE c'oUNTY CHAPTER 
STOP-SMOKING PROGRAM PLANNED 
SOCIETY SETS GUIDELINES 
CORRECTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

SOVIETS LIE TO FURTHER THE REVOLUTION 
ACLU SEEKS 'RESTORATION' 

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND HEALTH , _ , 

SFPORT ClaNS CAfFflN WON'T HJRT MOST PEOPLF 
GOOD SENSE, GOOD HEALTH ARE THE BEST RESOLUTIONS 

AMFRICAN DANCE FESTIVAL , , ,. 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO DANCE 

SEE ALSO THE NEXT STEP... IDuRHAM SUN COLUMN! 

OMLY 16 DAYS TO SAVE UP TO '.01; OFF ON AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL SUBSCRIP. 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

DANCE FESTIVAL JAZZ PROGRAM 

DANCE CAUCUS TO SEEK CLEAR PITCH 

MOVING, READY OR NOT 

ADF OPENS NEW OFFICES HERE 

CHINA ACTION COULD HURT DURHAM'S DANCE FESTIVAL 

SCHOLARSHIP AUDITIONS SET FOR SUNDAY 

ADF WORKSHOPS 

POSTER DEBUT 

NEw FOCUS ON AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL POSTER 

COUNTING THE DAYS 

SUMMER PREVIEW 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

FESTIVAL DIRECTOR SEES 'EXPLOSION' OF DANCE 

LFT'S dance; 49TH AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL BRINGS NEW FACES TO TOWN 

old friends return 

The next step... 

american dance festival goes international 

dance festival time again 

PARTYGOERS TOAST THE DANCE FESTIVAL AT OUKE 

tayloo-made dances sizzle 

auditions sunday 

dance festival is dedicated t: supporters 

ARTSEEN 

DANCE SCHOLARSHIP AUDITION 

DANCES WITH THAT TAYLOR TWIST 

THE NEXT STEP... 

NANCY TRQVILLION: MOTHER/MANA", ER/ ADF DYNAMO 

IT'S A FUNGUS? NU. IT'S DANCE 

PILOBOLUS ROUSES AUDIENCE 

ORGANIC ANTICS RETURN AS PILO'OLUS PERFORMS 

PILOBOLUS IS FUN TO WATCH 

'SUNSET* WAS HIGHLIGHT 

THE NFXT STEP... 

CLASSIC BALLET FILM TO BE SHOVN 

FLAMENCO FIRE TO SPARK FESTIVAL 

CREATIVE ENERGY 

EARLY LESSONS 

BENITEZ DANCE SET 

DANCE FESTIVAL HONORS HERITAGE OF AMERICANS 

DANCE FESTIVAL GETS BIG RALEISH AUDIENCE 

ENERGETIC DANCERS IGNORE THE HEAT 

FESTIVAL AFRICA STARTS TODAY 

SPANISH DANCE PERFORMED 

THE NEXT STEP ... 

AFRICAN DANCING ENLIVENS ADF 

'DRUM' STORY COMMUNITY IN PRAZTICE 

DANCE BEGINS 

DANCERS NEED HELP TO STAY COOL 

AT THE BAZAAR 

VISUAL BEAUTY MARKS FESTIVAL AFRICA DANCES 

DANCE CONCERT TODAY TO INCLUDE NEW WORK 

FANS SOUGHT FOR DANCERS 

LUBOVITCM DANCERS TO DEBUT AT FESTIVAL 



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MONTrtLY/ANNU 



0»NC£ IICKcT, FOAUCE TICufT? 

MOULTON HOv'S iflim. FIRFwnRKS 

THE nEiT step ... 

r«KEI REVEALS HORE FACETS OF 'LIGHT' 

LueOVITCH DAPiCERS SHINE 

IN TmE SPOTLIGHT: THIS KEEK'S HluHLlOHTS 

MGRE NOT "uCm FRQ" •<0ULT0N 

RITUAL AND HAriC IN EARTH'S DANCES 

HIGH ENERGY SPARKS LUBOVITCH 'ERFQRMANCE 

MAYOR wELCC'<ES FRENCH DANCERS TO CITY, FcSTIVal 

MARKHAM aELCO'^ES FRENCH OANCE<S 

FESTIVAL TD GIVE AMAY TUO TIC<ETS TO PARIS 

DANCERS LEARN MEALING STEPS 

DANCERS liANT... ORANGE SAN07 

FRENCH DANCERS ENTERTAIN MITH VISUAL WIT, IMAGINATION 

DANCE FROM FRANCE INTRIGUES , „ ,„ .,, 

ALL-AMERICAN CITY GREETS DANCE FROM FRANCE 

MARIN MUSES ON 'MAY B' 

'MAY 6' IS POWERFUL DANCE 

THE NEXT STEP... „ „,„ „ , 

DANCE FROM FRANCE PERFORMANCE MONOTONOUS 

FRENCH DANCE: SURVIVAL, EMOTIIN ANO 'TOO BAD' 

FRENCH VISIT FULFILLS AMERICAN'S OREAM 

DANCE PROGRAM BEGINS OUIETLY rr,„. 

TRIANGLF CIVITAN CLUB PLANS CHRISTMAS AUCTION 

YOUNG DANCERS GIVE LIGHTHEARTEO .<ORKS ,,^,. 

FUTURE OF MODERN DANCE IN 0001 HANDS I AND FEETI 

ARTSEEN 

inOFRN^OANCpAIs history: SUM-ER ENDS »ITH CLASSICS 
DANCE VISION OF THE UNUSUAL KIND 
MODERN DANCE nOES NOT LOOK 50 •MODERN- 
LOOKING AHEAd TO MORE DANCING ,„ „ . 
FUNNY, BEAUTIFUL DANCES BY JO" E L I MQN COMPANY 
LONG OANCF IS SHORT 

ADFOIRECTuR PLANS FOR 50TH. JEFlECTS ON <,9TH 
NE» DANCE GENERATION OFFERS NO EASY VIEWING 
AOF PHONES '^UT 

SOTH OANCE FESTIVAL CHAIRMEN NAMED 
iiERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL TAPS HONORARY CHAIRMEN 

'""'is^H^si^^E^^rsiuu niutv'^i'^ir 

.HE»IC.N.O.NCE^FF|nyAj.j^ATTENnANC^^^^ 'GRATIFYING' 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, AWARDS 
TAYLOR TO GFT OanCE award 
FESTIVAL TO HONOR PAUL TAYLOR 
PAUL TAYLOR GETS PRWE TONIGHT _ 

•NAUGHTY BOY' NOW A HAPPY AUA(0 wINNcR 
CHOREOGRAPHER TAYLOR RECEIVES DANCE award 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, BUDGET 
FESTIVAL NEEDS AID 

BILL SEEKS SJ';,000 FOR DANCE FESTIVAL 
PANEL APPROVES RESTORATION MQNEY 
DURHAM PROJECTS GET SHARE OF 'PORK J^jf^ ,.,^, 
JOF'S IMPROVED INCOME, ATTENDANCE 'GRATIFYING' 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, FUND RAISING 
FESTIVAL NEEOS AID 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, GRANTS 
OANCE GETS 19'., ODD 

AMERICAN OANCE FESTIVAL, MEMBERSHIP 
DANCE FESTIVAL NEEDS VOLUNTEERS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, STUDENTS 

LAPPING IT UP ,,„ 

U.S. GIVES SHOCK TO BLACK DANCER 
GOTTA OANCE! 

""'t«uSI£f?°l?R)>'?S W5"Sf^'io^^SPLOYEES 



AMERICAN OANCE FESTIVAL, STUDENTS 

U*S. G?VES SHOCK TO BLACK DANCER FROM SOUTH AFRICA 
GOTTA OANCE! 



""'&?'Jo5eii^*!i?^li:^'lT SCHOOL IN MALL ,. , ^ „., 

EDUCATION WEEK TO INCLUDE INTERNATIONAL NIGHT AT maLl 
LEARNING E.IPmASUED 



"^IJ^'iLfS^SaUii^iAyiD^c'^SfHWg E^r^5?!?E°Eoi{K?l^r5i!bN 



TRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 



SEE ALSO N.C. aFl-CIO 

LABOR DISPUTE FOLLOWED COORS TO N.C. 
STATE AFL-CIO ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT 
UNION PLANS TO INTERVIEW CANDIDATES 

AMERKAN FIELD SERVICE PROGRAM 
S^E ALSO FORftGN STUDENTS 

BACK HOME , „ 

CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS PLAN FASHION SHOW 

LHi^*?o"!r^"DiRiiM":fs'i?uSl5T'3rLdoil°E?°"^AR IN JORDAN 

*''"s^i"AL"sa'oiRil5"EiiJf?"HEART ASSOCIATION 
HEART DISEASE MEETING TOPIC 
ANDERSON GETS HEART GROUP POST 
DUKE GETS HEART GROUP GRANTS 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE 

SEE ALSO JEFF'RSQN AWARDS ,^ „ „„ , 
DOUGLAS, TAR HEEL GET SERVICE HONORS 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BANKING, OUR-t AM CHAPTER 
NEW OFFICERS 

"""sESE.i^L^S'-^U^SN'-HasTliJilffis'^SSGHT FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS 

""^"'lioMploN^ELECTED AMERICAN LEGION COMMANDER IN N.C. 
DURHAM MAN ELECTED HEAD OF N.!. LEGION 

AMERICAN lFGION, post 7 

10 ATTEND OOYS STATE 
HELPING THE NEEDY 

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL 

HAMLET IN WORLD SERIES 

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 



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SFE ALSP PHYSICIANS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO "iuRGESY . , 

AHA OFFICIAL TO SPEAK AT CMAMPEK MeEIlNG 
OFFICIAL OF A"A DESCRIBES SOUTH AS U.S. CRUCIBLE 
AMA SEE«S Hf^H ORUNK-DRIVING STANDARD 

SAMMQNS LAUDS DURHAM'S EXTENSIVE MEDICAL FACILITIES 
AMA SAID FIChTINC drug ABUSE, DRUNKEN DRIVING 
DOCTORS »ON'T PARTICIPATE IN EXECUTIONS (CARTOONI 
AMA'S STAND BOLD. SANE 

AMERICAN MODERN DANCE CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
SEE ALSO "OOERN DANCE 

AMERICAN MODERN DANCE CAUCUS 
DANCE CAUCUS TO SEEK CLEAR PITCH 

AMERICAN MUSLIM MISSION 

MUSLIM COLLEGE TO OPEN IN SEOALIA 



4MFRICAN NEGRO COLLEGE, FUND 
SEE ALSO BLACK COLLEGES. U 
SEE ALSO higher EDUCATION. 



FUND 
---'- U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION. COSTS 
TELETHON AIMS AT «125.D00 
TELETHON GOAL SET AT tiaS.ODQ 
FUND DRIVE SEEKS «W5.000 
COLLEGE FUND HOPES TO RAISE 1125.000 
SEA PROJECT rfILL FOCUS ON BLACKS 

AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION 
NURSES mJx issues 

AMERICAN OIL CO. 

SEE AMOCO OIL CO. lACRONYMI 

AMERICAN PATRIOT PAKTY „ ^, 
KKK FORM POLITICAL PARTY 

'""'SS^ g5?^?'S??5'Mt5f?ii*SnR 

AMERICAN RED CROSS 

SEE ALSO BLOOO DONORS 
SEE ALSO BLOODMOBILE 

RED CROSS SEEKS DONATIONS 

A HELPING HAND'S NEED 

AMERICAN ffP^E»si51jG'V3&!ti,"Jkb'ER'?S°?^VES CPR COURSE FOR THE BLIND 

AMERICAN RED 
SEE ALSO S 
RELIEF: 
CLINIC I 
BLOOD 00 
AMERICAN 
OFFICERS 
RED CROS 
RED CPOS 
RED CROS 
HE'S RED 
NEW GATE 
AMERICAN 
DURHAM R 
DIAMONDS 
RED CROS 
SWIMMING 
AIDS TAL 
AIDS: 'N 
SWIMMING 
RED CROS 
RED CROS 
YOUTH RE 
WANTED: 
CREATIVE 
SHE FOuN 
STORY AI 
BLOOD OR 
BLOOD SU 



CROSS. DURHAM COUNTY 
wIM-A-CROSS 

lewis garrett helps flood-ravaged cajuns 
s thursday 

red cross division kinors its founder. volunteers 

Chosen 
s officers 
s raising money 
s seeking funds for flood aid 

cross standout 
gory cites key volunteer groups 

red cross hill train instructors 
ed cross meets goal 

re museum's friend, too 
s stretches emergency. disaster aid 

safety is topic 
set tomorrow 
need to panic ouk= doctor says 

for a cause 
s needs blooo 
s honors its youth vaunieers 

WARDED 
OR IVERS 

HOST ENTERTAINS DIVERSE MIX OF GUESTS 
D A NICHE AT HER FORMER SCHOOL 
DS RED CROSS DONOR EFFORT 
IVE STARTS TUESDAY 
PPLIES DECLINE DURING HOLIDAY SEASON 



AMERICAN RED CROSS, N.C, AND S.C. 

RED CROSS SCREENING BLOOO 0On:)RS FOR AIDS 

BLOOD DONATIONS DECLINE IN JUNE 

BLOOD-COLLECTING PROCEDURES SAID OK TO SCREEN FOR AIDS 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS. AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS 
SEE ALSO COMPOSERS 

HISTORIAN RECEIVES AWARD 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CI. 

LASER SYSTEM WILL CREATE LINK TO CA. 

N. TELECOM Says contract WORTH MILLIONS TO TRUNGLE 

NORTHERN TELECOM SIGNS MULTIMILLION DEAL WITH ATCT 

GTE'S OPTIONS: TOP OFFICIALS SEE ATCT BREAKUP AS A CHANCE FOR QUICK. 

7.000 N.C. WORKERS JOIN NATIONAL PHONE STRIKE 

ATCT WARNS OF SLOW REPAIRS 

DURHAM LOCAL PHONE SERVICE WON'T BE AFFECTED 

ATCT STRIKERS STRESS JOB SECURITY ISSUE 

PHONE WORKERS MISS FIRST PAYCHECK 

N.C. PICKET LINES TO STAY 

TELEPHONE STRIKE CLOSE TO ACCIRD 

N.C. TELEPHONE WORKERS REPORTING BACK TO JOBS 

PHONE SYSTEM Changes raise social concern 

DOCKET NO. P-UO 

SOUTHERN BELL. ATCT REOUEST f:r MONTHLY CHARGES DENIED 
UTILITIES COMMISSION ISSUES 0» OER ON TELEPHONE SERVICE 
ATCT BREAKUP TO BRING CHANGES TO N.C. 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 

AMERICAN TOBACCO WORKERS OK THREE-YEAR CONTRACT 

AMERICAN WORKERS OK PACT i 

FIRE DAMAGES BUILDING 

SLACKS TO GET J3.3 MILLION IN BIAS SUIT 

AMERICAN TOBACCO TO PAY tl MILLION 

AMERICAN PAVJFF BEGINS M4Y 21 

MEETING SET ON THIRD FORK CREEK SPILL 

CHEMICALS FOUND IN 5RD FORK C'EEK 

MEETING SET ON CREEK POLLUTION 

FAST ACTION PLEDGED ON CREEK POLLUTION 

LANDFILL TO GET FIRM'S WASTES 

TOBACCO FIRM COULD BE PENALIZED 

PRIDE 

AMERICAN HAS NEW BRAND 

CIGARETTE-FILLED TRAILER IS STOLEN 



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.-t«lC.-. TJ«ACCn CmCC«S TO PE PASSED OUT SATuOD.r 

NAaCP HEAD FIRED AT AMEPICAN 

SaOUPS PROTEST PILING OF ».LAC< LEADER 

FRAZIFS BACKERS PROTESTING fIj ING 



*-"'£?^'R5S'SA^°R4c^»'b^lAf^§ """■'" 

AMERICAN MAS RECljRO SALFS ^ , 
TOBACCO FIRMS REPORT GOOD YEAR 

AMfRICAN TOaACCO .nPKEOS UN'"" 
SEE TOBACCO MORPtERS UNION 

AMERICAN TRUCKING ASSOCIATION 

CHARLOTTE MAN MAY GET POST 

""'^5;iE"FIL26i'lf;"HlCKuRY WILL PREMIERE THURSDAY 
'"^?^i'S.R''21.ERICA?"ERLD AIRWAYS 

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""s^i'i^s''K:?.;"oirD"pn"EjTis;:nL"^' 

p'Li;rFOR'-CGLON?.s'^JoTH ANN W ER SARY GOING SMOOTHLY 

Srl?S^^SG"^t?is!^piy?i0 ' TH 

cwiiin-RAG 3AY "AY BE DREDGED TO FRi^b ^hik 
REptuA SHIP -ELlZAaETH II' S>ILS NOV. 22 
ELIZABETH I TO 3F LAUNCHED CN NOV. 22 
CORPS-ON-I jO OKEOGI^Iifp? "-.JV'iE^ 
SCHOOLS WILL JOIN U.S. CELEBRATION 

tsi^ts:"i^:i:pT:"2^0MfiiiiETi;pi^tiu^!i!No 

Erk'Izl^EU'^rya'lM^^^'TroS^SiTHOuT federal aio 

tpA^CrSTILt'ivML^BLE ON .COT-, TOURS 
CSONKITE TO SAIL IN KICKOFF P.QTILLA 

""'j!^its^h3§s'!:si}^i;?H^iSER.cA.s cup trop, 

There is no shame in this loss 

-tkIeh to take over a"etek-labb plant 
caIIIlho stirs cry for bl:od ihisi 

"'""i'rL^fNQlJ^'fSY companies offer organ transplant OELlVERieS 

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''^"^VACUATION RESULTS FROM AMMONIA LEAK 

""°''lt^ilL AMMONIA FORCES "ESIOENTS TO LEAVE HOMES 
RESIDENTS GO HOME AFTER AMMONIA LEAK 
RESIDENTS RETURN TO HOMES 

""iirAf^s^srAfi'si^sisTFRs 

''t'J'ul^L rii:;E?T?ON?PA NEW SALES PITCH 

'""iii^lfl^'^ENETIC RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO mjdICaL RESEARCH 

NEW OBSTETRICAL SERVICE OFFERED 

'""see AMOCO OIL CO. lACRONYM] 

»«PMFNni [DURHAM DIVISION Of BUNKfl RiMQ CORP.l 
AMPHENnL_C^DUBHAM U|!|V5>,^gjp ^ q,, q^^hjm 

AMPUTATION ^evEREO BY TRAIN ^ 

AMPUTEE'S CHARITY TRIP OVER EARLY 

¥l-EAli|ir^?UiS? l\ll bPlMPjTATioN 

""""amSay'fIGURFS in DIVORCE SUIT 
WOMAN'S SUI' SEEKS »''5;000 
A-WAY BUSINESS DISCUSSED 

JirpSRiRY'sSplSRTTwAROED IN AMwAY CASE 

iA':'i:.s';R'SD"E'!!iRK"?A"TA\"rc*: ^e^eral suit charges 

""^°S g^'lS^T^'coS^^Vj^Fofe'SlGH TECHNOLOGY 
MORE ACT ON URGED TO DRAW INDJSTRIES 

High tech assessment is spur, not deterrent 

'""^■"IonING'paNEL DELAYS ANDERSON ST. UNITS 
"OeKSON ?T. APART-ENTS^^^^^ CLOUDS OVFR DUKE FuREST 
COMMISSION APPRnvES ANDERSON «R"RTmFnTS 
REOUEST FOR RF20NING SPARKS C1UNCIL DEBATE 



AprflTMFNT PLAN IS DRAwI'JG FIR: 
CoiNCIL DELAYS SIREEI-CLOMNG PROPOSAL 
c"uNC L 0<S REiONlNG REQUEST FOR Hl^^,'01tL 
BOB DAVENPORT IS NAMED TO COUMCIL VACANT SEAT 
OeSelOPER: -ILL PROJECT CAN STILL SUCCEED 

ANO£RjgN^|Tj,ASiCj^{AT£^^ ANDERSON APARTMENTS 

ANDES MOUNTAINS 

^^IuIe'?0 hEL^'ilTH ANUEAN HEALTH PROJECT 



^sJe Aisn OISEASFS IS 
SEE ALSO SICKLE CELL 



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S U B J t C T S 



FEELINO IIRfO' IT CQULO 3E IKTN UEFICIENCY 
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4NESTHES lOLncy fsri>ure5 

JHESIHES lOLO&IST flCUE IS EXPL«lNcn fly MU^SE 
SLEEP DUKlNr, SuRGFRV PECQMING EVER SAFEP 
iNcSTHESIOLOGI ST AT OUKE HELPS CREATE PAIN ExHiniT 

ANGEL flUST 

SEE PCP ("ANGEL DUST"! 



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STUOr FINDS HOSTILITY HAfllS THE HEART 
THE BAH HUMBUG RE"6'3Y 

ANCIER AVE. PAPTI5T CHURCH 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: DTHER-WuRDLY CHURCH 

ANGIER b. OUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO Duke univ., scholarships 

HATH SCHOOL PUPIL KiNS DUKE SCHOLARSHIP 



'■imi 



ISCOPALIANS 



HILO 'PETS' 
EXOTIC ANIMALS 



ANIMAL ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO DOG ATTACKS 

CnuGAR XAULS GIRL IN LENOIR 

COUGAR PLAYEU TOO ROUGH 

MAULING SHOWS SENSE IN BARRING 

SUIT FILED IN COUGAR ATTACK 

SAFETY DOESN'T REQUIRE BANNINS 

CDUGAR ATTACKS CHARLUTTE WOMAN 

COUGAR HILL BE OBSERVED FOR RABIES 

BULLDOG KILLS TRAPPED DOE 

A REMARKABLE THING 

COUGAR HILL oE SENT TO OUT-OF-STATE ZOO 

COUGAR SENT TO NATURAL BRIDGE ZOO 

PROPOSAL SEEKS TO TAME ANIMALS 

ANIMAL CRACKDOHN PUSHED 

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 

CHAPEL HILL VET LOOKS AFTER DOGS' PSYCh 

GOAT IS MOTHER FOR RACCOON 

HIS FORECAST ABOUT WINTER BELIEVED NOW 

ANIMAL CONTROL 

SEE DOG CONTROL 

ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ANIMAL CONTROL 3EPT. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SIELTER 

DURHAM WOMAN WILLS GOODS TO ANIMAL PROTfCTION SOCIcTY 
LEGACY A TESTIMONIAL TO HER LIVE OF ANIMALS 
SOCIETY SEEKS AUCTION ITEMS FOR SHELTER 
THINK BEFORE GIVING PETS 

ANIMAL THEFTS 

BILL SEEKING ANIMAL THEFT CRACKDOWN 

HEALTH MAINTENANCE BILL IS PROTESTED BY INGRAM 

COMPUTER COMMISSION BILL OPPOSED 



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_ _ -- DOG ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 

ACTORS: THESE ANIMALS STARS OF TELEVISION. 



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MALSi CONTROL OF 
SEE loS CONTSOL 



ANIMALS. CRUE L TY TO 

SEE Also anImal protection society 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ANIMAL CONTROL TEPT. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 
SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY HUMANF S3CIETY 

WAKE MAN ACQUITTED OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: BOOS AND HISSES 

END FOX HUNTING? OON'T HOLD YOUR BREATH 

STOP thi s cruel sport 

SHOOTING OF GOATS SUSPENDED 
OUKE gridder Charged 

TORTURE OF KITTEN PROMPTS CALL FOR TOUGHER PENALTY IN STATE 

PUNISHING ANIMAL ABUSERS 

DR. VINE DENIFS FAKING EVIDENCE 

BARKING UP WRONG TREE 

ANIMALS. DISEASES 

POULTRY COLflS COST INDUSTRY 12.5 MILLION 

ANIMALS. MFOICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 
SEE ALSO DUKE PRIMATE FACILITY' 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

STATE MEOICAIO BUDGET MAY BE CUT BY »')0 MILLION 

SENATE GROUP OkS strays SALE FOR RESEARCH 

SALES OF ANIMALS FOR RESEARCH CRITICIZED, DEFENDED 

HEARING TOOAY ON ANIMAL BILL 

DOG-PPUND BILL'S BEST FRIENDS. FOES ARGUE 

PROTECTION OF ANIMALS TAKES NJHEROUS FORMS 

AN EMOTIONAL DEBATE ON THE USE OF ANIMALS 

SPEAK OUT FOR ANIMAL-PROTECTHN LAW 

PROTECT THE ANIMALS 

SPONSOR: STUDY NEEDED ON RESEARCH ANIMALS 

BILL WOULD ALLOW SALES OF DOGS FOR RESEARCH 

NOT ENOUGH TIME 

STOP The selling of pets for -itScARCM 

ANNETTE Swingers 

KICK IN' UP Their heels 
swinging 

annexation 

SEE ALSO Durham, n.c, annexation 

SEE ALSO GREENSBORO. N.C ANNEXATION 
STRICTER ANNEXATION STANDARDS URGED 
HUNT INTERCEDES IN ANNEXATION FIGHT IN CONCORD 
BILL SEEKS UNCHANGED LOAN RAT^S 
ANNEXATION BID SEEN COSTING STATE INDUSTRY 
PRUPOSED ANNEXATION LAWS REVISION DEBATED AT HEARING 
FIGHT FORMING IN LEGISLATURE OVER ANNEXATION 
CITIES OPPOSE CHANGES IN N.C. ANNEXATION LAWS 
COUNCIL BACKS DUI BATTLE 
PLANT ANNEXATION DISPUTE SETTLED 



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ALJ»»NCE «NHe<»TnN «OR«rORlLr" Pk"POSFU 

RfDUCFO blGA-i* PENALTY SEJECT-D ,, « 

TEACrtER TFSJK? ExF-tPTION POR H ECKLEN3URG ENACTcO 

SENATE 6EJECTS ANNEXATION VETTtS . 

SENATE PEATS 3ACK HTVES TO A Sr NO ANNEXATION liiLL 

JOOER LlFTEn; ELON COLLEGE AN'lE«ES LAND^ 

HOUSE VOTES TO OE"CVE PO«ER FIS-S" 

ANNEXATION SPARKS I1E IN CAPITAL 

N.C. ANNEXATION LAMS ARE UPHB. 

ANNEXATION BILL ADVANCES 

ANNEXATION ^ILL PASSES 

3ILL REGULATING TRUCK ■iEK.MTS AOVANCcS IN nOUSc 

RESPlUTION mill keep state RUNNING UNTIL BUDGET OKT) 

COURT OKS ANNEXATION BCUNOARnS 

COURT UPnOLOS ASrlEvlLLE 30UNDA RY 'CTION 

BOARD OKS REZONING FOR CORNUALLIS HOUSING 

"""MSl.t?.SSihu^ER VISITS DUKE 

•ANNIE' AUOITIONS . _ ^.„ 

alTM -ANNIE." NE. deal opens IT OINNE" TncATcR 
QPTIMIS" IS NOT ENOUGH IN 'AN-llE' 
FOR TRIANGLE'S ANNIE TriE PLAY'S THE THING... 
HIGH SCHOnt STUDENTS TAP NUDE SCENES INTO 'ANNIE' 

ANNUAL PHYSICAL ChECKuPS, ..,„.: ,. r 

•HOOPING cuugh Cases increasing 

ANNUIHES nEFuSES TO END HEARI-(GS IN ANNUITY CASE 

INcisTR* ASSN. "ELIEVED LIABL' FOP ANNUITIES SOLD BY 
INCRAX GIVES FOUR DAYS FOR APCjAL 
ORDER TO PAY ANNUITY HOLDERS iPPcALEO 
INGRA" SIG.S annuity ORDER; APPEAL VOMtD 

ANNULMENT 

PRIEST: COOE IMPACT MINIMAL 



ANONYMOUS ^^,-t,r- 

an0NY»GI1S CRITIC 



*''°|I«'1ls"c'i1e»SES ISEE also names JF SPECIFIC OISEASESl 
SEE ALSO HUNGER 
SEE ALSO MALNUTRITION .,,, , 

GOOUP fOR-ING TO HELP ANOREXIA V1CTI><S 

NE< GROUP TO HELP ANOREXICS 

ANSON CdUNTY,\.C. _^^^ ^^g ^^^^. ^^ ^,,,nF,LL SITE 

CONCERNS OVER LANDFILL SPILLS INTO SOUTH CAROLINA 

ANTHONY J. hCkF»LIN a«ARO 

SAMPSO.. NAMED TOP ATHLETE IN ACC 

ANTmROPOLOCISTS 

SEE ALSO UNut^Op'^Nlc. -CHAPEL Ml LL OEPT. HF ANTHRCPOLnGY 
ON HANDS ANO KNFES. THEY UNEA'TH THE PAST 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

SEE ALSO Evolution 

'LUCY' DISCOVERER TALKS ABOUT FAMILY OF MAN 

ANT I-Al"OBTIoN GROUPS 
SEE dUTH CHJIcE 
SEE PRC-LlFE POLICY 



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ANTI-CANCER DRUGS 
SEE ChE-OThFRAPY 

ANTI-DEaTh PENAlTy 

SEE ALSO CEaTh SENTENCES 
SEE ALSO OEaTh SENTENCES 
SEE ALSO EXECUTIONS. N.C 

END OF PEATM PENALTY SOUGHT 

ANTI-INFLaTITN PPJGRAM 
Uc ECONi"Y, 11.5. 
SEE INFLATION. U.S. 

anTI-'4uCL£aR movement 

Ue al!" ANfi-«AR protestors 

SEE ALSO CRITIC'l mass 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO <UC2U ALLIANCE 

SEE ALS!~ 'iuClEaR energy 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS. U.S. 

STATE rtOuSE BACKS NUCLEAR ARMS FREcZc 

■waP-pEACE Ga-ES' SCHEDULED 

LOVE Bug mITh CONGRESSIONAL DOME (CARTOON! 

FIRMS DONATING TO GROUPS 

OURHA- BUSINESSES FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT lAOl 

PEACE VIGIL CONTINUES 

•E MUST STAND TOGETHER FOR PEACE 

FREEZE ADVOCATES ARE .JAOY 

BOM? BA': IS A BIG BUST 

300 PROTEST NUCLEAR pEAPJNS 

DOCTORS' GROjP URGES NUCLEAR ^ AR EDUCAIIuN 

N-PLANT PROTEST 

on SOMETHING TC PREVENT THAT j AR 

•A NUCLEAR Exchange ,ill have nO WINNERS' 

TV FILM INCREASES STUDENTS' AT 0" WAR FEAk, POLL SHOWS 

ANTI-RECESSION PRUGRAM 
SEE RECESSION 

ANTI-SEMIIIS- 

^^N.ct"oUNClL CITES DANGERS OF dUOTRY ,, ,^ . 

COUNTRY CLuPS: 'THE LAST BASTION OF EXCLUSIVITY' 

ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

SEE CIGARETTES , „ , ,. 

SEE TOBACCu. ANTI-S»OK ING CAMPAIGN 

ANTI-STARCH PILLS 

SPE STARCH BlICkERS 
SEE WEIGHT CONTROL 

ANTI-^fRR0RlJ-.^PR05R.M^,_,,.^,„_,,,, TRAINING 
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SEE ANTI- 



LAWSUITS. OU^mAH COUNTV 
LAWSUITS. N.C. 
LAWSUITS. U.S. 

"ERGERS (OENCRAL MEAOINGl , ,„ „, 

USPITAL CASE DECISION L^FT SIANDIN& OY HIGH COURT 

QTESTORS 

ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 

VIETNAM 

WAR RESISTERS' LEAGUE 
UC WITH CONGRESSIONAL DIME ICARTOONI 

»S DONATE SERVICES TO HELP ANTUUA CHILDREN 

ES^SPECIALIST GETS PUST 

?l fair; ANNUAL BURLIN&rUN EVENT TO DFGIN MARCH 18 
SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
S ANTIQUES SHOW SET 

ARCHAEOLnUY 

AUTOS, ANTIQUE 
ES: THERE'S A FUTURE IN THE PAST 

FE TO AN OLD HOUSE ^ ^, , „^ ,„„,, 

NT ANTIOUE AUCTIONS' IS BREAKFAST LECTURE TOPIC 



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ANXIE 



FUND BOARD DENIES STUDENT REOJEST 

"''sEe'alSO anOERSON ST. APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO CRESTVIEW APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C. DOWNTOWN OWELLING 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO JFK TOWERS 

SEE ALSO LYNNHAVEN APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO The mews apartments 

SEE ALSO MOREHEAO hills 
SEE ALSO STONEwOOn 
SEE ALSO TOWNHOUSES 
SEE ALSO WINDERMERE 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE BACKS HaUSI>4G PLAN 

ZONING PANEL DELAYS ANDERSON ST. UNITS 

APARTMENT DEVELOPERS SEEK Fur*1 S 

COMMITTEE: NEW RULES NEEDED FTS NEW HOUSING 

PANEL RECOMMENDS CITY JOIN CONFERENCE 

HOME IS WHERE YOUR APT. IS 

SWIFT COUNCIL TO ASK HOUSING JACKING 

COMMISSION APPROVES ANDERSON APARTMENTS 

APARTMENT PROJECTS IN AREA AR: GIVEN OK ON FINANCING 

APARTMENT HEARING TONIGHT _ ^ , 

COMMISSIONERS CLEAR MAY FOR PRINTING PLANT IN TRIANGLE 

DEVELOPERS OPPOSE COUNTY APARTMENT CHANGE 

TOWERS NEAR COMPLETION 

FIRM WANTS TO BUILO BIG PLANT IN DURHAM COUNTY 

FLORIDA FIRM TO BUILD APARTMENTS IN COUNTY 

HIGH RENTS IN HIGH-RISE DO NOT REFLECT MARKET 

PROPOSED APARTMENTS INDFFEN5HLY COSTLY 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT WON'T DELAY PROJECT 

FORMER Salvation army building to be used for condominiums 

APARTMENTS GET NEW DEVELOPER 
DEVELOPER PLANS 600 APARTMENTS 
PANEL FAVORS ZONING 



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SES also INSECTS. PESTS 

aPhIOS THREATEN CHRISTMAS TRE^S 

APOLLO MOVING SPECIALISTS 

DURHAM FIRMS RAP UNC DECISION 

APPALACHIA 

•ORAL HISTORY' RESULTED FROM INTERVIEWS. RtSEARCH 

APPALACHIAN FOLK FESTIVAL 

FOLK FEST BEGINS SEPT. 29 

""'""■NARRATIV^^aJouT^ONE MAN'S FAMILY CONSTITUTES SOCIOLOGICAL TPEATISE 

APPALACHIAN ST>TE UNIV. 

ASU ASTflONOMtSS GET COOL VIEW OF STARS 

BOOKSTORE PROBE UNLIKELY 

N.C. FIRM CHARGED WITH PID-RIGGING 

ASU HAS TV LINK WITH CHINA 

ASU NAMES OEAN'S LIST 

STUDENTS GET DEGREES FRCM APPALACHIAN STATE 

APPALACHIAN S T A T c UNIV.. STUDENTS 
WINTER WALKING 

EIGHT ASU STUDENTS SAFE AFTER CANOE MISHAP 
PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 
FIVE STUDENTS GRADUATE AT APPALACHIAN 

APPALACHIAN STATE UMV. SPORTS. BASEBALL 
JAZZING UP BASEBALL WITH JANE 



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TURNOVERS PROVE COSTLY IN WAK= LOSS 

DUKES HAND APPALACHIAN 2<,-20 3EFtAT 

BAKER'S lOQ-YAflO RETURN KEYS J TC BY APPALACHIAN 

REED: PACK in ASU'S PATH TO SJCCESS 

REED LOOKING FOR EFFORT AS 'PACK BATTLES APPS 

STATE GETS WHAT IT NEEDS— A wl N 

APPALACHIAN TRAIL 



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ROaD-SIOPPE" is TBrlSG 4G41N 

""■'"doHo"^ remove HUNT'S iPPENOK 

HUNT BcHAlNS IN GOOD CONOITI4'4 _,,„^^n^, 

GOVFRNGB LEAVES HOSPITAL TC RCUPErlATf AT MANSION 
APPENDICITIS NEfOS :uICK CARE 

'"'■^^Ppit'-CH'l^t^I'L^GGEKS GOING TO RUMANIA 
CLOCGFRS TRAVEL TO WINNIPEG 
•5-6-7-a' 

APPLE CmILL fair 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill. N.C. ccctlun; 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill. n.c. festivals 

SEE ALSn FE5TIFALL ICHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

APPLE CHILL IS Sunday 

SONG IN THE SHAOE 

SOME APPLE CHILL SHILES 

APPLE C1D60 

SIGNS OF FALL 

''"''"^S.C. APPLES LUFLY TO BE SMALLER gOE JO LACK OF RAIN 

^SgCght qiBn'T hu»t mortqn-s apple T^EES 
apple crop later, smaller 

GROWERS SAY APPLES TO BE SMALLER 
OROUGHT REOUCEO N.C. APPLES' SIZt 
CHOHP, CHOMP, GULP 

APPLIANCES ^^^ 

SEE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 



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FICKLE APRIL PLAYS TRICKS 

GOOG FRIOAY, APRIL FOOL'S OAY 



APRIL FOOL'S GAY 

TODAY MARKS aOT-. 
JEST, ANOTHER DAY 



2/12/93 
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^'fp^ySTiy^SipS-'iyt'coSFTO DURHAM FUR HOTEL EXPERIENCE IF NOT EOCCFR 
SRoSkS IIk! aullNESS HELP IN >PPRFNTICES»IP TRAINING 



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ISLAMIC AND ARaPIC DcVtLGPMFNT STUDIES 



.c. 

SFE ALSO HATER BESJURCES, U.S. 

^^PCLLUTION Threatens underGROujO «aier 

Ai<Aa E"l»ATtS 

SEE ARAF STATES 

ARAB STATES 

SEE ALS" OuKt UNIV 

SEE ALSO EGYPT 

SEE ALSO IRAJ 

SEE ALSO JUBJAN 

SEE ALSr LI°YA 

SEE ALSO SAUOI AHAdlA 

SEE ALSO SYRIA 

SEE ALSO Tunisia 

EMBARGO ON ARAB jIL DOUBTED 

'""iEE'eisEBALL, SALARY AR 8 I TR A T I U'. S 

"""aSIok -eek begins 

'"sJi^iCsO ANTHRUPOLOGISTS 

SEE ALSO ANTIOuES 

SEE ALSO ARChFGLOGICAL SOCIETY 3f H.u. 

SEE ALSO FOSSILS 

'%'c'HlV4Vcl';^'b'i^r-\',''llkl'^ AIRPORT SITE 
GRIST MILL FIND UNLIKELY TO HALT nAH 
ON HANDS A.-.o KNFES, THEY y^f'TH ThF PAST 
IN ThF spotlight: tHIS WEEK'S hIghl GHTS 
ARCHAEOLOGISTS FIND JOROAN LA<£ RfLlCS CLUE TO PAST 
DIG OMKE HELPED 0»0AM2F YIELDS MONKEY FOSSIL FIRSTS 
INDIAN VILLAGE MAY HAVE BEEN ^ OUNO 

s2hii:2^&[S^irTrtn!SK'?H?^SA°v!^^SN;5'^[?iXEFCHi .noun vklagf 

J.5OO-YFiR-0L0 FOOTPRINTS FOUND IN TENNESSEE CAVE 

sTiVi'S archaeology is SUBJECT of n|- book 

ARChIolOGICAL SOCIETY TO maRK SOTH BIRTHDAY 

archfologkal society of N.C. 

'iRCHlSLSGIC;L°SOclETY TO MARK 50TH 8IRTH0AY 

'"^Hp|h!?E??^"JI!t;^F!;Fga2"53TEL DEATH SUIT 
«ltEi'.H''FUNo'HONaRS TAR HEEL A KCH I TF,.TUI«c 
ARCHITECTURAL ANO HISTORICAL INVENTORY JF THE CITY JF DURHAM l-OOKI 
lU SuRSlM^ARCHlTECTSRir ANO HISTORIC INVENTORY . BOOK 1 

'■"^SeTal'sO^CuRham ARCHITECTURAL AM H I STJR IC IN VE N TOR Y I oOUK 1 
RALEIGH FUNO HONORS TAR HEEL ARCHITECTURE 

"^?iJ"AL'^SEjR?^°7F"fTS. N.C. ^ ^ ,^ ^ ^ 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION 'UNO JF N.r . 
SFE ALSO H 5I0R1C PRESERVATION '.OC 1 F TY OF UUkHAM 
* r«E HAN -HO FOUND THE GOTHIC 'LTtRNAIIvFS 

NF, classroom at STAGVILLE WRL HfLP MEET TFaChIN 

^ I klul^D ^ Alt' 



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* IjLANCE «r DUKHA" H15T0HY 

BOOK A KNOl^OUT 

WILL A CURVED eulLDING HELP RT 1 -lAKE 






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A bcttek microchip? 



ABCmI Tct* TURAL SUKVEY IN CHATHAM ALMOST FINISHED 
LABDR OF LUVE SAVES MONEY 

AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTERS „ , , ^, „, „ 

SPEAKERS: SHARING HOSPITAL OEZISIONS IMPROVES rtOKK 
MAYER REAPPOINTED AS CENTER HEAD 
HEALTH PRO&RAM GETS 1135.000 

ARGENTINA 

SALTING THt MOUNDS 

LESSONS FOR THE NAVY FROM FAL<LAr<OS CONFLICT 

CONTINUING HOSTILITY 

ARK DANCES 

■ART DANCES' 



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S HO SAID hFADED FOR ARKANSAS 



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ARL6N6 HOSIERY HILL , ,,, 

HOSIERY FASHIONS GO PATRIOTIC 
SHE LOOKS EVERYWHERE FOR IDEAS 

AKMAOILLO 

THE ARMADILLO HELPS 

ARMAGEDDON CHEMICAL CO. ,,,,,, 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL RECYCLIN. CO.. 

EAST OORHAM LEAK FORCES EViCU'TION 

FUMES FOkCE EVACUATION. INJURE 2 DURHAM OFFICERS 

TROUBLES OF OTHERS CARRY ThEH HcRUICS Tu PAGF 1 

ino-TIGHT SAROEL Cap likely cause of leak 

TOXIC ..ASTE STUOY PLANNED 

DURHAM WISE TO STUDY H A2 ARDOU^ -WA S TF THREAT 

CITY SEEKS HEARING ON FIRM'S PERMIT 

N.C. OPINION NEFOFD ABOUT CHE-<ICAL DATA 

CITY NEEDS To BAN CHEMICAL COMPANIES 

ARMED flOBBFRY, CARRBORO 

TEEN SOUGHT IN STORE HOLDUP 

ARMED ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 

i ARRESTED IN ROBBERY 

2 ARRESTED IN HOLDUP 

3 CHARGED IN SLAYING 

KIDNAPPING ROIbERY SoSP'CT ARRESTED 

DURHAM MAN FACES KIDNAPPING C I ARGE 

>?,500 TAKEN IN STORE ROBBERY 

MFN SOUGHT I.N HOLPUP 

2 MFN SOUGHT IN UNC ROBBERY 

REWARD OFFEREO IN TRUCK HOLDUP 

MAN ROBS STATION 

GAS STATION LOSES 1200 TO GUN'IAN 

ARMED ROBBFRY. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERIES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO R&B3ERY, DURHAM 

POLICE INVESTIGATING HOLDUP AT STORE 

WOMAN IS R036ED OF t25 BY GUNIAN 

SEARCH FOR ROBBER CONTINUES 

MANAGER ROa'-ED OF tZ.'.OD 

STORE ROBBED 

PIZZA HUT IS ROBBED 

MAN ROBS DURHAM RESTAURANT 

MEN ROB STORE 

Two MFN ROB STORE 

PROSECUTION ENDS TESTIMONY IN KOBBtRY OF CHURCH 

MAN FREED OF CHURCH ROBBERIES 

MAN FREED OF CHURCH ROBBERY CHARGE 

TWO ARRESTED IN ROBBERY 

PARKER FOUND GUILTY 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

2 DURHAM MEN HELD IN ROBBERY 
DELIVERY MAN ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

MCDONALD'S Employee robbed 

RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE ROBPED 

DELIVFRY MAN ROBBED OF 127 

GUNMEN ROB ? STORES; POSSIBLE LINK PRObED 

ROBBERY PROBED 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED 

DURHAM JURY ACOUITS MAYE IN CINVENIEnCE STORE ROuBtRY 

RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE INJURED IN KIDNAPPING 

TRIO CHARGED WITH ROBBERY OF RESTAURANT 

3 FACE CHARGES IN RESTAURANT HOLDUP 
MOTEL ROBBERY REPORTED i 

MAN ROBBED BY HITCHHIKERS 

ROYSTER CHARGED IN SEVERAL CRIMES 

WOMAN REPORTS ARMED ROBBERY 

POLICE PROBE ? ARMED ROBBERIES 

DURHAM CAB DRIVER ROBBED OF 12 5 ilY FARE »ITH KNIFE 

MAN TRICKED. BEATEN. ROBBED 

NEW TRIAL QPDERFD IN PRATT ROBBERY CASE 

CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBED 

MAN R06S 7-FLEVFN ON N.C. S". 

2 ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

PARKE" STREET PAIR RUBBED AT HOME; WIFE SLIGHTLY HURT 

TWO MFN ROB FOOOLANO STORE 

CREECH'S POOY FOUND NFAR VA. 

DURHAM M»N ROBBFO WHILE RFTUR'tlNG BOOKS 

2 TESTIFY IN BURGLARY. KIDNAP TRIAL 

WOMAN ROBBEn AT MOTEL 

TWO ARRESTED IN STORE HEIST 

2 LITTLE RIVER RULINGS UPHELD BY HIGH COURT 

2 CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

BRIAN K. SMITH INDICTED IN CREECH MURDE" CASE 

GRAND JURY RETURNS ''2 INDICTMENTS 

2 MEN ROB cLOERLY PAIR AT GUNPOINT 

ORANGE STORE ROBBED 

15-YEAR-OLU ROBBED ON CLARENDON STREET 

STORE OWNFR ROBBED. SHOT 

PAIR HOLDS OP DURHAM STORE 

Two MEN ROB STORE OF tlOO 

ANTIOUE FURNITURE STOLEN 

PUf STPtFT MAN RFPORTS THEFT OF OKUMS 

TENNIS SHOES ARE STOLEN AT GLTIPOINT 

MAN IS ROBBED 

TWO MEN ROD DAY'S INN MOTEL 

DURHAM MAN SLASHED IN ROBBERY 

2 MFN ROB LAUNDRY. FLEE 

2 ROB LAUNDRY 

GAME ROOM EMPLOYEE ROBBED AND LEFT CHAINED 



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M4N nOONOt GAGGEU IN HQBBfSY 

RcsriuKANr IS (n3»eo 

,«GM6N PIChTS ROfloER 11 

RFSTJUKiNT MANAGtR TMSEATFNeO. a39aE0 

SUSPECT NAdBEO AFTc" CHASE 

POLlCf PROSE -. AKI-EO RoeaERIcf ,„,,„ ,„.cc 

HAN JAILED IN DIIRHAH AFTER Hr,H-SPEEO CHASE 

anBBER GETS AfiOUT IJ'.O FROM STORE 

^ig 8;i^l'A}^S3EII''Kn-C. OEHANO HONEY. GET .195 

MAN CHARGED «ITH BITING FINGER .^.„„, 

POLIC^ ARREST <. FEN ON "URGLAIV lHARGES 

GUNHAN BODS 2 KEN OUTSIOE RESTAURANT ^ ^ , , ^ . , , „^^ 

iOUfiHAH -EN ARRESTED IN 2-COJNTY INVESTIGATION 

2 ARE R08I!E1 BY GUNHEN 

GUNMEN BOB RESTAUOA'/T _ 

^Jl!?!F's^Y°S8!gu5"s3s"p???'?Su-'D HIOING UNDER LEAVES 

CnNfbsinN SURROUNDS MAN'S ARREST IN ROBBERY 

MAN CHARGED -ITH RQBbFRY 

MAN CAUGHT In BREAK-IN AT MOLLOUAY ST. SCHUOL 

-OMAN SAYS EMPLOYEE'S OAuGriTEl RUBBEO. CuT HER 

YOUTH hElO in motorbike ROBBE'Y 

THREE TEENS HELO IN ARMED hOL^UP 

iiNN DIIIE ON AVONOALE IS ROB- ED '1 THREE HEN 

TWO MEN ROb FOOn "ART 

1 CHARGED IN HOLDUP OF STORE 

MAN JAILEO IN ASSAULT ROBBERY 

ROBBER TAKES MONEY, CAR 

ROBBEP STILL BEING SOUGHT „,,^^„„ 

STunl'iT ACauITTEO OF ARMED ROBbERY 

STUOENT ACQUITTED OF ROBBERY 

I^VhU'IH hlr\'\lUl1.T.ni-, SENTENCE FOR ROBBERY 
GUNMAN ROBS ORANGE MOTEL 

J?L°Kf'N:;B';"AF?ER"5N;E^?ENC= store RGBBFKV 

ROBBER GETS 1150; 2 JAILEO 

GUNMAN POBS EMPLOYEE ,,,„£ 

BANDIT WITH GUN GETS 190 FROM STORE 

THREATENED, MAN YIELDS WALLET 

ROUGEMONT STORE ROBBED 

ROBBERY ChaROF FILED 

CONVENIENCE STORE IS ROBBED 

12,500 TAKEN IN STORE ROBPcRY 

CUNSHni BLAST hOUNCS two DURHAM MFN 

FREED SUSPECT SOUGHT IN ROBBEJIES 

ROBBER HANDCUFFS EMPLOYEE TO SAFE 

ROBBER TAKES 5120 „„,., 

MAN IS BOBBED AT GUNPOINT 

RESTAURANT BOBBED 

ABC EMPLOYEE IS ROBBED „„„^„ 

ORY CLEANING BUSINESS ROBBED 

EMPLOYEE FACES Charge IN HOLDIP AT MACDONALO'S 

ROBBERY SUSPECT RETURNED TO J«IL 

GUNMAN ROBS PU2A BUSINESS 

jArCHlSoEO IN LAST WEEK'S R0-6EKY OF RESTAURANT 

HAN SAYS HE WAS HELD UP 

ROBBERY VICTIM CUT ON HANDs 

I invo^rfu'^'^^vio.inrr.^-^ -ay ,nto apartment 

ABmEO man STICKS UP ALSTON STIRE 

Three hfn rob bank near rtp 

GUNMAN ROrS MAN OF 1120 IN PACKING LOT^ 
3 M- ------ 

DEL 

JS?:iuS??nf Ti^!I'?t5L^N''vr:i?EJ INhOLOUR to COlUMB.a, S.C. 
SUSPECT SoGGhT in kidnap AND TuRHAM BANK ROBBERY 
TB - - - --- 

FB 

RESTAURA... - - 

CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBEO 
HAN charged in 7-11 ROBBcRY 

1 :ISe5'SeS"^0^''coSple'oF V21.0DD IN JEWELRY, GUNS 
MOTORIST RJBBFO 

GUESS ROaO Shop held up 

2 MEN HOB GULF STATION AT GUNPOINT 
RESIDENCE IS BURGLARIZED 

armed RUBBERY, '..C. „,„,^, ., ^ 
SEE ALSO BANK KOfaflERIES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BOBBERY, N.C. 

REWARD OFFEBEO 

STORE IN HENDERSON RoBBfO 

MAN CHARGED wITH BURGLABY „,,,^„ 

2 MFN CONVICTED OF SnOOTlriG OFFICER 

ALAMANCE MAN CHARGED IN ROBBE'Y 

VA. HAN CLEARED OF DRUGSTORE ROBbERY 

TEEN FOILS BANK HQLOuP 

TWO GUNMEN HIT ABC STORE 

BILL SEEKS UNCHANGED LOAN RAI=S 

touGher chilu-support laws UR,E0 
two station attendants killed 
gunsmht victim Faces charges 

GASTONIA CuNvFNIENCF-STORE Cl;«K KILLED 
TWO CHABUEJ AFTER ROBBERY 
COUPLE ROBbED AT MQTtL 

poLic= Shoot, kill suspect 

c'S^BrSf'.^PEAE's'Hl'rP^ROSECUTORS ON SILENCE ISSUE 
OXFORO RuBoFR oELlEVCn INVOLVED IN ROAO ACCIDENT 
2 ABHfD HFN ROB DRUGSTORE 
STATION IN RO«BORO RuBBEO 

»HH£0 BOBBERY, uRANGF COUNTY 
ORANGE JURY INDICTS ROSS 

ARMED ROBBERY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, U.S. 

;SSR"pE0fffiE!SG'HErD"l'N"tP!YING OF NEW YORK JE-ELRY STOBE OWNER 

"^"sEe'^LSO -ILITABy aid ITO FORFIGN COONTRIESI 

m Itln 'itl'^'lnft'^TAoL ANDOISARMAMENT AGENCY 
I SIDE WITH THE REBELS 
SPEAK OUT N0» ON EL SALVADOR 



3 HEN SOCgSt AFTER 9inK IN RESEARCH PARK RUBBEO 

8S^;:;"6EpSTi?f?"D';;AN*"uUS'iSi'5TP bank robbery 

JSTtuS??nf;«A!I'?t5L"EN''vr:i?EJ .NhOLOUR to 
SUSPECT SOUGHT IN KIDNAP AND TuRHAM BANK ROBBE 
TBAcJlNG DOG LOSES TRAIL OF A! MED ROBBER 
FBI CONTINUES PROBE INTO DURHAM BANK HEIsT 
RESTAURANT ROBBER BRAGS OF 5-YEAR CAREER IN C" 



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LATFO SIS. 7 MILLION IN • b', BUDGET 

D IN ATTEMPT TO HALT RESERVOIR 

LLS LAKE PROJ'^CT TO SAVE li.1 MILLION IN FLOOD COSTS 

THREATENS P'LICANS 

ORA IN 
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AREAS BF ING BJ ILT 
JOBS AT LAKFS 
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ECISION EXPFCTEO NEXT MONTH 

DISTRICT ENGI NEER 

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OTECT kFTLANDS 

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LINE BACKED 

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REUGING FOR REPLICA 
IPELINE 

IN PIPEL INE ISSUE 
NT STATEMENT IH LAKE PIPELINE 
OVER LAKE GASTON HEARINGS 
GE PIPELINE APPROVAL 
UP OPPOSES WATER PIPELINE 
ASTON PIPFLiNf WON'T DO HARM 
N PIPELINE ALL TUT INEVITABLE 
TS FEAR PRECE'IENT 
IN4L SPPEAL FIR AGENCIES TO BLOCK PIPELINE 



OFFICER' S TRAINING CO-IPS 
RMY 



ARMY RESERVE 
SEE U.S. I 

ARSON 

SEE ALSO FIRE INSURANCL 

3 CHARGED IN Church burnings 

ATTORNEYS SAY WATTS SHOULD NOT Be TRIED 

7 CHARGED WITH SETTING FIRES IN SFAGATE DISTRICT 

ARSON, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO F IRE INSURANCE 

FiRF Cuts building 

POLICE Think firc -as arson 

FIRE BEING PROBFO 

HOME Burns, arson is probed 

ARSON INVESTIGATED 

ARSON SUSPECTFO IN FIRE 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN HuUSF FloE 

ARSON POSSIBILITY I NVE ST I G AT E"! IN FIRE ON MOUNT MORIAH ROAD 

SNAKES, HOUSE FIRF PLAGUE DUR^AM MAN 

CASTLEBERRY INDICTED IN DEATH UF NEPHEW 

CASTLFBERRY INDICTED ON MURDE< ruUNT 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN FIRES AT 3 NEARBY BUILDINGS 

2 BUILDINGS JURN NEAR SCENE 0= EARLIER FIRE 

CAUSE OF FIRES IS SOUGHT 

CASTLEBERRY PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO FORuEkY, ARSON 

CASTLEBERRY SAYS HE IS INNOCENT 

MAN IS ARRESTED IN HOUSE 8LAZF 

MAN IS JAILEO AFTER BLAZE 

ARSON IS SUSPECTED 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN BLAZF 

FIRE BURNS BASEMENT; ARSON IS INVESTIGATED 

ARSON, N.C. 

BURNED MAN I 
CHURCH FIRE 
TAYLOR IS OE 
WOMAN HELD I 
WOMAN TURNS 
k MOTHER'S R 

ARSON SHOCKS 
MAN CHARGED 
FIVE MEN Cha 
ARSON PROBE 
TWO MEN SENT 
FBI AGENT SA 
WHITE CLAIMS 
ARSON IS RUL 
GREEN CAN'T 
GREEN ALLEGA 
PROSECUTORS 
WHITE MAY FA 
ATTORNEY URG 
ARSON TRIAL 
TROOPFR AC;U 
RULING HAY 
I, CHARGED IN 
ARSON SUSPEC 
DORM FIRE AP 
WHITE'S IMMU 
JUDGE RULES 
WHITE ENTERS 
FIRE CHIEF'S 
CHAPEL HILL 
CHIEF'S WIFE 
FIRE Chi EF'S 

Charge filed 

MAN IS ChARG 
ARSON CASE D 
ARSON CHABGF 
ARSON hEaRIN 



S CHARGED WITH AR^ON 

IN JOHNSTON IS BELIEVED TO Bt ARSON 

Nieo SENTFNCE HEi< ING 

N FIRE DEATH 

DETECTIVE TO PROV= SON'S DEATH WASN'T ACCIDENT 

ESOLVE 

N.C. PRIDE 
IN FIRE THAT OEST'OYED HJUSF 
RGEO IN FARMHOUSE FIRE 
CDNT INUES 

ENCEO ON MAIL FRAUD CHARGES 
YS WHITE ADMITTED ROLF IN ARSON 

GREEN CHEATED LEAF WEIGHT 
ED OUT IN WAREHOUSE FIRE 
UE TRIED ON CHARGF S 
TtONS 'TOO LATE' 
CITE NEW EVIDENCE 
CE ARSON TRIAL 
£S ARSON TRIAL 
OF TROOPER CONTINJES 
ITTED OF ARSON 
ELAY BURNING CASE TRIAL 

HOUSE BURNING 
TED IN FIRE 
PARENTLY WAS ARSOM 
NITY WAIVED, TRIAL SET 
WHITE MUST STAND TRIAL 

PLEA OF Guilty in arson case 

wife charged with arson 
firf chief's wife chargeo with arson 

Turns in self 

wife pleads inncc ent 

in rest home fir- 
ed in charlotte bl azt 
ismisseo at hearing 
: dropped against fire chief's wife 
g unnecessary 



ARSON, U.S. 

SAILOR SENTENCED FOR ARSON 

ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 

N.C. MUSEUM OPE'IING WAS A STYLISH EVENING 

ART AUCTION BLOSSOMS 

ART SCORES AT CLASSIC AUCTION 

ART AUCTION SET TO AID STAT 1 0^1 

BENEFIT ART AUCTION SET 



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2/02/B3 


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K90 


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3/OT/93 


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3/23/83 


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3/2')/a3 


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H60 


H 2 


3/31/B3 


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5/17/83 


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5/26/83 


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H 7 


i/U/83 


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H 2 


9/03/83 


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10/11/83 


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N 




H 2 


10/12/83 


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10/25/83 


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10/25/n3 


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F 




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10/31/83 


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H 1 


1 1/05/83 


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H 1 


11/18/83 


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S 7 


11/18/83 


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C60 


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H 1 


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S 2 


12/27/83 


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N 




H I 


12/3D/83 


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6/23/83 


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1/12/83 


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N 




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1/19/83 


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2/17/83 


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3/03/83 


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H 2 


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5/01/81 


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J56 


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7/10/83 


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7/1 1/83 


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N 




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8/01/83 


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N 


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8/02/83 


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8/02/83 


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a/0'./83 


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9/22/83 


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H 2 


12/26/83 


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10 


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5/26/83 


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7/l<,/83 


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7/21/83 


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H 2 


9/21/83 


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10/04/83 


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H 2 


10/05/83 


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10/1 1/83 


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1 /22/83 


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12/02/83 


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12/03/83 


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12/13/83 


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N 




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12/13/83 


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12/29/83 


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12/29/83 


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1 7 


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H 2 


12/29/83 


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12/29/83 


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4/12/83 

5/15/83 

5/19/83 

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to AIM FOR IHE STARS:' PRINCIPAL WAi<TS COURSE TU ST I MUL A T t . . .BE AUT Y 



H 2 12/06/83 u 1 



HON r M L 



/ANNUAL 



s u B J e c I s 



ENCOuaAGINb r«UTH ANU bFauIy 

viLuts couRSc a fine idea 

'"' ^5SiSiJ'3^hp?V0N'3pE..S T,0 DURHAM SHOWS 
SCHOOL ART l=«HHUT 
FACES FPCUS OF 'SOUTH I LOvE" 
SAHY EXHIBIT OPENS SUNDAY 

PHUTOCRAPHeB SEES T'UE SOUTH THROUGH JtOPLE 
•LOVE THAT OkaPF- and OTHER AIT iV DURHAM STUDENTS 
DUKE HuStUM EXHIBIT: -MOTIFS 0=: WAR, INJUSTICE 
UOHFN'S WORKS DOMINATE SmOwS 
ENEPOY SPARKLES IN FIBERS SMOV 
ARTS VOLUNTEERS VITAL 
OUILIING ShO« ENDS SUNDAY 

lBOur°FACEs""GE IS mONOREO in E0I6 COhN'S PORTRAITS 

ORir.INAL CARTOON C EL S FOR SALF ^^„,,.., o <: t 

EXHIBITS OFFER DIFFERENT VIEWS OF AMERICAN wtST 

CARTOON CELS FOR SALE 

ARTS COUNCIL OPENS TWIN BILL 

INMATES' ART TO BE FEATURED 

ART SHOW BY PRISONERS , ,, ^ 

TINY ART IN BIG EXHIBIT AT DIKE ART MUSEUM 

IhllicToR ITl LECTUkE AT OUKf ART -USEUM 
aStSCOUNCR EXHIBITS OFFER Wl OF ART VARIETY 
BRUCE DAVIDSON'S PASSION IS PHOTOGRAPHY 
OLD S.TERUL_IS FRESH IN WATE^COLOR EXHioIT 

•PRIVArE°ART' DEUGHTS IN hIRSBHuRN SHOW AT DUKE 

•hEALThy'd1STRACTI0-4S' AT DUKr HOSPITAL 

DUKE EXHIBITS DURHAM ARTIST 

AFRICAN MASKS GO ON SHOW AT DJKE 

VARIETY FASCINATES IN GUILD SHOW 

ART MUSEU" SHOWS KERTESZ PHOTOS 

LASER ART STILL AT TESTING STIGE 

CHINESE CHILDREN'S ART OPENS IN DURHAM MALL 

TAKE A TRIP TO 19TH CENTURY f3ANCf 

MOTICN THEMES FOUND IN ARTS COUNCIL SHOWS 

LITTLE MONKOY wITH HIS MOTHER 

PHOTOS FROM HAWAII 

DURHAM LIBRARY OPENS POTTERY SHOW 

QUALITY OF nuKE EXHIBIT HIGH 

PAINTINGS 3Y YVONNE MULLER TO BE SHOWN AT ART MUSEUM 

-YOU GET IT OR YOU DON'T"; ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM C AMERICAN ART 

EXPERIENCE. EXPERIMENT IN SHOJ 

HANKS SHOW WILL BE ON EXHIBITION 

HANKS COLLECTION GOES ON SHOW 

DURHAM GALLERY OPENS MAUD GATtwOOO SHOW 

PHOTOS AN ARTISTIC TREAT 

AOLER MIX AT OUKE WEDNESDAY 

EXHIBITS OF MODERN ART SHOW OJKE'S NtW LIFE 

EXHIBITS Show N.C. mutual HISTORY 

STORIES. PLACE ARE ARTIST'S MARKS 

BRUMMER MEDIEVAL ART AT NCCU IN .lOVEMBER c^nrnro .puc 

•fairy chimneys' of turkey explored by duke photographer 
Photo exhibit 'part family alBom' 

NANCY MAY painting TAKES A NEJ TURN 
A 'FAMILY ALBUM' IS SHOW AT DJKE 
SEASONAL SHOW STARTS SATURDAY 
RECEPTIONS SET FOR TwO ARTISTS 
DUKE ARTISTS ARE PLANNING 'OP'^N' ShOw 
AUSTRALIAN SCENES OPEN IN JANJARY 



ART EXHlBITinNS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ARTISTS. 



TAR HEEL EXPRESSIONIST 
•FACETS' AT ACKLANO 



SEE ALSO KERR LAKE SPRING ART Show 

MYSTERY SEEN IN CATHEDRAL PHOTOGRAPHS 
CONTRASTING STYLES MIX POORLY IN GALLERY ShOw 
DUKE LIBRARY OPENS WATEPCOLORS SHOW SUNDAY 
DUKE MUSEUM EXHIBIT: MOTIFS 0= WAR. INJUSTICE 
SUNDAY RECEPTION OPENS SHOW BY FIBER 'RTISTS 
LAST HURRAH FOR TURNER MORE A GENTLE FAREWELL 
LACK OF UNITY DISTURBING IN GROUP SHOW 
CHAPEL HILL GETS NEW GALLERIES 
FRENCH LANDSCAPES OPENING AT'ACKLANO 
SCULPTOR FOUND CALLING IN DR E» M 
TALK TO OPEN 'VISIONS' 
SCULPTURES SET UP CONTRASTS 
HISTORY MUSEUM Shows N.C. CRAFTS 
SHOW AT DUKE IS N.C. FIRST FO^ 
WOOD DOMINATES IN CRAFT SHOW 

FIVE ARTISTS Exhibited in new 

'FACETS' OF FESTIVAL ARTISTS 

FOR AN OPENER. ART WAS FUN 

CONTEMPORARY AKTISTS ARE FEATJREO AT ACKLAND 

uNC SHOWS graouaies' art 

mcirehead Shows drawings 

ceramics take russian forms „,„,„ .,,, 

novel 'then ano now' is best taken personally 

exhibit brings painter overdue appreciation 

acklano to 'focus" on phqtos 

ASSOCIAT'iaNRISES TO THE OCCASION WITH FASHION SHOW 
PORTRAITS OF THE ARTISTS CO OS VIEW ,^„„. 

PHOTO EXHIBITS MAKE THREE-PART H I 5 JK" , t ' f 1=5 
iOO-YEAR-OLO DRAWINGS TO BE EXHIBITED IN 1995 
FRENCH SALON ART FOUND COLO. SILLY 
CFLfBPATIDNS SUBJECT Of EXHIBIT IN CARRBORu 
PRESENTING CuRRl tR E. IVFS 
ART MUSEUM DEBUTS N.C. SOLO SHOWS 
COOL SCENES. WARM FEELINGS 

T\^r,i:iih°^°TihVHfll'-fO^ MODERNISTS' STYLES, , ^ , ^^ 
EXJTIC. EVtRYOAY SCENES IN FRENCH SALON EXHIBITION 

ART SHOW Turns tarles on curators 

FETISH OBJECTS THEME OF NEW GJ OUP EXHIBIT 
FOCUS ON PHOTOGRAPHY 

ROLE Switch makes good show 
MOST shPwS hold through august 
fetish art brings magic to mind 
day campers' art on show at mall 
subtlety, anger in secca exhibits 

PHOTO ARTS FXHiniTION OPENS O: T . ! 

A 'COOL' Show in N.C. MUSEUM 

TEXTILE SHOW OPENS AT OUKE 

FESTIVAL CELEBRATES EUROPEAN ART 

ACKLAND CELEBRATES 2STH ANNIV=R5ARY 

N.C. ART MUSEUM TO OPEN NEW A3 E A ^„,rr 

'VESUVIUS' EXPLODES ON ART SCENE IN EUROPEAN GALLERIES 

ACKLAND OPENS BIRTHDAY SHOW 

'RUCKUS RODEO' OPENS SATURDAY 

OLD MASTERS. NUTTY EDGE MIX IN 

RUCKUS fiOPEO 



.C. ART MUSEUM 



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3/17/83 D 7 


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4/06/83 3 1 F 


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4/14/93 12 


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H 2 


6/10/83 D 9 


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6/24/93 D 14 


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6/24/93 D 15 


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9/16/93 D 1 


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9/16/93 D 8 


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9/30/83 D 11 


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10/21/93 9 


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10/29/83 10 


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11/10/93 D 1 


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11/16/33 A 13 


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11/18/33 9 


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11/25/93 9 


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11/30/93 C 12 


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1/14/83 D 9 


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1/14/83 9 


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1/28/83 12 


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2/04/93 D 9 


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2/25/83 D 12 


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3/04/93 D 8 


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H 2 


3/04/93 D 9 


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3/11/83 D 9 


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H 2 


3/19/93 D 10 


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H 2 


3/25/93 10 


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3/25/33 1 1 


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4/01/83 D 12 


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4/08/93 D 9 


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4/08/83 11 


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4/14/93 D 7 


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4/15/93 11 


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H 2 


4/22/93 ID 


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4/29/93 11 


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H 2 


5/13/93 ID 


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5/20/83 9 


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H 2 


5/27/83 9 


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H 2 


6/03/93 D 


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6/03/83 in 


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6/04/93 A 10 


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6/07/93 A 6 


P N 


H 2 


6/17/93 10 


P N 


H 2 


6/17/83 D 14 


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6/23/83 D 10 


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7/01/9 3 10 


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7/J1/93 D 16 


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7/15/93 D 1 


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7/15/93 D 9 


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7/22/93 U 9 


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7/22/93 D 12 


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7/29/83 D 3 


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7/29/93 D 9 


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8/05/83 12 


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8/11/93 D 1 


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8/12/83 8 


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8/12/83 D a 


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8/19/83 D 9 


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8/26/93 9 


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H 2 


a/26/83 D 1 1 


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H 2 


9/02/93 ID 


P U C68 


H 2 


9/D2/93 A 12 


N 


S 2 


9/09/83 2 


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9/08/83 D 5 


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H 2 


9/09/93 D 8 


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9/15/93 4 


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9/16/83 D 10 


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9/29/83 D 5 


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wni<LD ^'k II IS EXHILIT'S THE-e 

ARTWORK DISPLAY AT VGCC 

HORF HISTDRY Than ART IN ACKLAND SHO.i 

ADLER AND STARRETT: EXTRcHES TF PAINT TECHNIQUE 

•NARRATIVE ART- IN NEW SHOW 

JCKLANO UPcNS FACULTY SHOW 

CRAFTS. TRICKY PAINTINGS WQP Tl DRIVE TO SECCA 

NEW ART, IDEAS IN TWO EXHIBITS 

DUKc "ECICAL CENTER OPENS NEW APT SPACE 

RAOICAL NUOFS IMPRESS IN RALEIGH PHITCI SHOW 

IRELAND DRAWINGS OPEN AT ACKLAND 

MEDICAL CARICATURES AT UNC 

SOLOS SHOWING NEW DIRECTIONS 

JEWISH ART GOES ON DISPLAY 

SNOWFALLS. CHRISTMAS SCENES UN DISPLAY AT ACKLAND 

JUDAICA GALLERY OPENS EXHIBIT 

DURHAM ARTISTS' WORK CHOSEN 

IRISH OFFICIALS ATTEND NATIONAL OPENING 

ACKLANO HAS ITS OWN WHITE CHRISTMAS 

DURHAM ARTISTS IN N.C. SHOw 

UNITY MESSAGE FROM IRISH SHOW 

CLOSING DIM BRIGHT YEAR IN ART 

CARRBORO, DURHAM SHOWS OPEN 

'" VATICAN EXHIbFt: NOT ANOTHE" TUT, BUT RFMARKABLE 

HOMEGROWN ARTISTS 'GO NATIONAL' 
VIETNAM VETS' ART TO RE DISPLAYEJ 
SOUTHFRN PAINTING GETS GRANDEST SHOWING EVER 
EXHIBIT SHOWS MANfT PATHFINDES 

CLOSING OIM BRIGHT YEAR IN ART 
CARRBORO, JUrtHAM SHOWS OPEN 

ART SCHOOL GALLERY 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL 

""'"lllNC SuiJoEONS FINJ WAY TO BEOlTE <ISK OF INFECTIONS IN ARTERIAL GRAFTS 
SURGEONS IMPROVE ARTERIAL OPERATIONS 

AChES may aE ARTHRITIS 

ARTMRITtC'S PAINTINGS TURNING EYES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

REPRESENTATIVES LEARN ABOUT ARTHRITIS 

ARTHRITIS OFTEN HITS CHILOREN. TEEN-AGERS 



ARTIFICIAL GILLS 

SEE ALS3 UNDERWATER RESEARCH 

DISCOVERY PERMITS ARTIFICIAL ^UMAN GILLS 

'ARTIFICIAL GILLS': DUKE SCIENTISTS DEVELOP SPONGE THAT TAKFS OXYGEN. 

DUKF'S IN THE SWIM--LITERALLY 

DUKE RESEARCHFRS EXCEL 

ARTIFICIAL GILLS "AY HAVE REC'EATIONAL USE 

ARTIFICIAL GILL MAY LEAD TO UMOERWATER POWER 

'"'""ioEEP FREeSe' DEvRIES; famous SURCtON REMEMBERED AT DUKE 
CLARK DEATH NOT IN VAIN 

BARNEY CLARK'S LAST DAYS SERVED MANKIND 
ARTIFICIAL HEART IMPLANT CAUSED ANGUISH, ELATION 
HEART TRANSPLANTS EXPECTED AT OUKE 
WHO'LL PAY FOR MEDICAL MAGIC? 
PLASTIC HEART OPERATION NEARS 
DEVRIES AFRAID RULES MIGHT STIFLE RESEARCH 

ARTIFICIAL LFNS 

See also contact lens 
see also prosthetic devicfs 
artificial lenses aid cataract sufferers 



ART 



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AOIIFICIAL SWEETENER 

POISONED FOOD SWEETENER KEPT ScCRFT FOR MONTH 

EOUAL TAKEN OFF SHELVES 

SOME N.C. STORES REMOVE SWEETENER FROM SHELVES 

HUNDREDS HAVE RETURNED BOXES IF SWEETENER 

HOW SWEET IT IS! NEW SUGAR SUTSTITuTE KEEPS FAT OUT 

ARTISTS. DURHAM 

OURHAM ARTIST PUTS NATU»E AND NATURAL TALENTS TO WORK FOR HER 

ARTIST USES THEME TO ORGANIZE WORK 

FOOTBALL TEAM SEEKING LOGO 

ARTIST TEACHES THE BEAUTY OF SILK EMBROIDERY 

ART FOR CHARLOTTE 

WHEN ART MEETS THE AR^Y 

ARTIST Chose Durham for new home 
PAINT, Canvas, actioni 

HOLIDAY SCENE 

ARTISTS LEND A HAND WITH TRIANGLE HOSPICE GALA 

DURHAM ARTISTS IN N.C. SHOW 

AN IDEA FOR OURHAM TO PONDER 

ARTISTS, INTERNATIONAL , ,,, , ,„ . 

LET'S OANCc! ".^TH AMERICAN DAMCE FESTIVAL tlRINGS NEW FACES TO TOWN 

ARTISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO AFFILIATF ARTISTS INC. 
SEE ALSO ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 

MELTEn CRAYONS MAKE MAGIC 

ARIHRITIC'S PAINTINGS TURNING EYES 

CATHOLIC OAIICHTFRS PLAN FASHHN SHOW 

N.C. SCULPTOR MOLDS CAREER FRIM CLAY 

STUDY SAYS FEDERAL FUNDING TO ARTISTS IN N.C. CUT IN HALF 

ARTISTS TRY THEIR HANDS AT KITE-MAKING 

HOSPITAL Shows artist's paintings 

POOR artist sees BEAUTY IN CHARLOTTE 
N.C. ARTISTS SHOW SETS ENTRY TATtS 
HOMEGROWN ARTISTS 'GO NATIONAL' 
OURHAM ARTISTS' WORK CHOSEN 

ARTISTS, U.S. 

FOi SALE: A BOX BY ChRISTO 
GLIMPSES: SfLMA BURKE 

ARTS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO PUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. INSTITIUTE FOR THE ARTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C ARTS COMPLEX PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL, COUNCIL FOR CREATIVE ARTS IN THE PUBLIC 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, THEATER 









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jPPLt CHILL CLOr.OERS GOING TO "LI'lANIA 

OUKHAM SAVJYA»0<; MULOS AuOITHNS FQR 'PAIItNCe' 

A9IICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

STRESS Cultural activities 

ART ICLES... 

ARTURQ^ciOHPI NAMED TO OuKt P 1 S I T I ON 

5S«ha""r?s'cOunCIl plants a -AGIC TREE 
CULTUOAL INVOLVfHENTS dRlNG PLAUDITS TO CITY 
OTHERS Stf AN EiCITING nuRMAM 
AN IDEA FOR OURHAt" TQ PONDER 

""leE''ALSn ALAMANCE CnuNTV ARTS E<PERIENCE 
SEE ALSO CULTURE IJEEK IN N.C. 
SEE ALSO FOLK ART 
SEE ALSO COVERNflfl'S MANSION 
SEE ALSO N.C. ART SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ARTS COUlCiL 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ARTS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO VlSITINi ARTI5T PROGRAM 
SFF ALSO WATdRCOLOR SOCIETY OF I.C. 

ART CAREER DiY SET AT N.C. SCHOOL QF ARTS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

AMERICAN -QDERN DANCE CAUCUS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

spotli&ht shines for all 
articles articles articles... 
unc shows graduates' art 
junior curators needed ^,.,^ 

CIOHPl CUARTET TO TOuR STATE 
ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 
DURHAM STUDENTS -IN ART AWARDS 

HOGS ANr hollERIn- among state Events 
articles articles articles... 
articles articles , , „ , 

■smOR" of peace- adds two SHO-S 

PITTSBURGH EXHIBITION FOR KRE1EN COLLAGES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES ... 

DUUE ART MUSEUM RECEIVES GRANT 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

MORE MUSIC COMES TO CHAPEL HILL 

S'uJiili'^Etf li2!073 AS SHARE IF ARTS FUND 
FINE ARTS CONTEST COMING SEPT. 10 
ARTICLES ARTICLES 

raJ^^c^^'s^JIsmCE seeks MORE TENANTS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... , , 

RUTH SHAW FINGER PAINTINGS SQJGHT 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ART ICLESARTICLES... 

ARTICLES... 

APTICLESARTICLES 

CULTURE WEEK PLANNED IN RALEI..H 

oSrham ARTIST'S WORK IS IN GREENSBORO SHuW 

THE STATE OF THE ARTS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

NCci'^HQL0s''IiD'iT10NS FOR CHILDREN'S PLAY 

CHORAL SOCIETY SINGS SUNDAY 

ARTICLES. ..ARTICLES... 

DURHAM ARTISTS' WORK CHOSEN .coicc 

TROCKAOERAS TO OPEN DANCE GUILD'S SERIES 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED... 

""IeE^IlSO BUSINESSES. U.S.. ARTS SU"??' 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE AR T S 
DUKE STUDENTS LEARN ARTS IN NEW YORK 
Du5e iRT students studying in the big APPLE 
CARD SERIES PROMOTES NCCU'S ART MUSEUM 

"'leE'SLiS.I^I 58Wt5 ARTS EXPERIENCE 

""i^E"(?A«RdnRa ART school 

ARTSE6N (DURHAM SUN COLUMNI 
ARTSlEN 

** '"V'n'-IhI IpoIl'IcS}: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
:jt T. tl'JI IV- ^L^^iJt'fell^iNlL. FUN 

'"''^sb^ol'oV'scni^SED IN UNC-G'.UILDINGS 

ASBESTOS IS REMOVED FROM ALL DURHAM CITY. 
OEVELOP'-ENT uFFICE CHANGE IS JEJECTED 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS ASBESTOS RULING 
REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS IS SOUGHT, .^„,,,„^ 
SCHOOLS ASK MOO. 000 TO REMOV ASBESTOS 
ASBESTOS GIVEN HIGH RANKING FDR SPENDING 
ASBESTOS CLEANUP CONTINUES ,,c,r...c t«v 

iSBFSTQS LAW BROKEN BY SCHOOLS, 3FFICIALS SAY 
oSrha-7 ORANGE SCHOofs HAVE MADE ASBESTOS REPORTS 
ASBESTOS CONCERNS ORANGE TEACHERS 

tc'S^^J°^FJ5ci^t:s'Ti"Rlccii?^lE. RECOMMENDATIONS ON ASBESTOS 
TEaChFRS WANT PHYSICAL EXAMS _ , ^ 

3 ORANGE SCHOOLS CLEARED OF ASBESTuS 

A^?sis?^i^'J3^D"^r!::^R'EAt'y?'^7^scHooLs„^ 

rc^'.l'i ?ii^D^?S"SS?? ^^R3?SULr^^OR'^gL5IS^ ASBESTOS PROBLEM 

ASBESTOS REMOVAL APPROVED 

STEPS TO REMOVE ASBESTOS APPRiVEO ,,,,„ ^„„. 

B DS FOR REPAIRS AT ORANGE SCHOOL EXPECTED SOON 

ASBESTOS RULES TO BE ADOPTED 

study: S0"E asbestos SAFE 

ASBURY METHODIST ChuRCH 
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N.C. CQU 
SANK PIN 
ASHFVILl 
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COURT " 
COUPr UP 
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ASHEVILL 
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RT HARS EORMER JUDGE FROM JEnCH 
OS SUPERMARKET BRANCH PAYS OFF 
E SHINDIG HELD EVERY j£E< 
MEN rtANT MOUNTAIN INT=RSTATE 
S ANNEXATION 90UN0ARIFS 

HOLDS ashEville boundary action 
NviCTEO IN Third trial 
athermen go into courtrooms 

E: uhy, IT'S REPAIR CI TV 

UNVEILS BRONZE ANGEt 
E UNVEILS WOLFE MONUMENT 
E TO WOLFE 

E BOASTS JEWELRY REPAl R 
LLE FIRMS DAMAGED BY ^IRE 



ASHEVILLE CONTRACTING CO. 

MIGH.AV CONTRACTS APPROVED 

ashevillf plastics CO. ,. _ 

I, MEN auRNEn IN PLANT FIRE 
NORTH CAROLINA NEMS IN BRIEF 

*^""iktilL''?!l'^U'Y''jRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION 
tX-POLlCEMAN PLEADS UUILTY 

'^""Nfcu'pRjF: 'GANnHl' HELPING P^ESENT-UAY NON-VlOLtNT PROTESTS 
INDIAN FAMILY SHARES CUSTOMS Of FOOD 

HOH SHEET IT IS! NEW SUGAR SUISTITuTE KEEPS FAT UUT 

asplunoh tree Expert co. 

granville gets new industry 
granville gets new industry 

'^^'^iiAYl'SKS MOCK THE TIME WITH riAKFST SHOw: FALSE FACE MUST HIDE 
PREYER SAYS TUO PEOPLE FIRED SHOTS AT KENNEDY 
JFK ASSASSINATION STUNG THE NATION'S CONSCIENCE 
ASSASSINATION FRUM MIDDLE AGES 

ASSAULTS. CHAPEL HILL 

POLICE ARREST l<. ON DU I CHARGeS 

CHAPEL HILL MAN ARRESTED IN ASSAULTS 

UNC STUDENT CHARGED wITH LARC=NY. ASSAULT 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN FIGHTS OFF INTRUDER 

WOMAN FIGHTS OFF ASSAILANT 

CHAPEL MILL POLICE SEEK MAN FIR ASSAULTS 

POLICE BELIEVE ATTACKS LINKED 

POLICE HUNTING SUSPECT IN CH0<1NG 

PITTSBORO MAN CHARGED WITH ATTACKING WUMAN 

COSSTIE SAID USED IN ASSAULT 

POLICE REPORT ASSAULT 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES ASSAULT COUNT 



ASSAULTS. OUPHAH 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CO 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL AS 
DURHAM MAN BEATE 
KINDNESS BACKFIR 
POLICE SEEKING ' 
POLICEMAN PATRON 
PSO HURT IN SCUF 
POLICE PROBE ROB 
FIGHT SPARKS THR 
MAN BEATEN WI TH 
JURY CONVICTS MA 
O'NEAL RECEIVES 
HAN IS BEATEN. 
ELDERLY PAIR HIT 
MAN MIT Wl TH TIR 
DURHAM MAN FACES 
SENATF OKAYS BRO 
TWO DEPUTIES ASS 
THIEVES HOOK FI5 
.OMAN REPORTS 
PSO BEATEN AFTER 
TWO CHARGED WITH 
TOUGHER PENALTY 
MAN TRICkEO. BEA 
WOMAN ATTACKED A 
ASSAULT CHARGE I 
DURHAM MAN BADLY 
SOCIAL SECURITY 
ASSAULT IS CHARG 
MAN HIT IN FACE 
DURHAM MAN STRUC 
STORY BAD FOR BU 
JAILER SAYS SHE 
DURHAM MAN CHARG 
CLUB MEMBERS WIL 
BONDSMAN CHARGED 
2 YOUTHS. MAN AR 
MAN CHARGED WITH 
WOMAN SAYS MUGCE 
DURHAM WUMAN REP 
COUPLE FACING AS 
THE LAWYER KNEW 
Two YEARS AFTER 
MUGGING VICT IM S 
MAN SENTENCED TO 
WHEN SOMEONE MUG 
MAN ACCUSED UF A 
TEEN GETS «. YEAR 
4 BEAT, ROB MAN 
INTRUOERS BEAT : 
INTRUDER BEATS. 
WOMAN SAYS FMPLO 
DAUGHTER ARRESTE 
ARRESTS ARE MADE 
BRAME GETS 18 YE 
TEENS ATTACK RO- 
OFFICER HURT OUR 
DURHAM OFFICER I 
MAN CHARGED WITH 



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MED ROBRERY 

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S FILED 

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SINESS 

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ED WITH ASSAUL 
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IN PURSUIT OF 
RESTED WITH Wf 

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ORTS MUGGING 
SAULT CHARGES 
KARATE 

MUGGING. 'I'M 
HOULON'T LET F 

FIVE YEARS 
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SSAULT and THE 
S FOR ASSAULT 
OF 110 

AN IN HIS HOMf 
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IN 2 CITY ASS 
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YEAR-OLD 
ING STRUGGLE w 
NJURED IN SCuF 

ASSAULT, THEF 



OEPI.f DEPUTIES, ASSAULTS 



IN ROBBERY AND ASSAULT OF MAN 
OLE 



X-PARTNER 
ULT SENTENCE 



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CHECK ON MEN IN ROAD 

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S 2 2/16/83 C 1 N F05 
H 2 4/07/83 C 1 P F H95 



H 2 6/03/83 A 1 N 830 



H110/12/83h 1 N 
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HAN .IcLOINC GUN STRUCK QN H6A KlTH SAStBaLL OAI 
MAN ftOeOED. oEATtN 

■(HNAN SHOT IM GARAG = 

TOBACrO CPflCIAL SnOT In "UGGI NC 
CONDITION SAID GOHD ,^, 

QAS fouSTRATEO 'if LIGHT SENTENCES 
OURhan TEfN-ACEa BEATENi RC9BE0 

ASSAULTSi DU»HA« COUNTY 

"La'-^GR^'S'^i'eN'^^lRbED -ITH KATING POLICE OFFICER 
jOHAN kaROS off ATTACKER 

'"see'Uso'courts. n.c. violence 

SEE ALSO jails, n.c, assaults 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, n.c.., ASSAULT^ 
SEE ALSO SCHQILS, N.C. ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO ScXJAL ASSAULTS 

MAN FOUNO DEAD. APPARENTLY SEATEN 

THREE CHARGED IN SLAYING 

Two CHARGED «ITH ASSAULT 

p^LICE Charge 2 IN ThEFT, assault 

HOUSE OKS aiLL CONCERNING JUO^E A 
STATE HOUSE VOTES FOR INCQHE-TAX 
aiLL MOULD CuT OFFICIALS" PROTECT 
MOUSE NUES SPaulDING BILL CHANGE 
SENATE ENOS COMMITTEE ROLL CALLS 
SENATE REJECTS RGLL CALL VOTES IN 
MAN ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING E<-HIFE 
GREENSBORO POLICE SAY THREE Mr N T 
ASSAULT ON TAI COLLECTOR BRIWiS T 
VANCE MAN BEATEN TO DEATH 
JUDGE BARS BjOLInGTON MAN FRO" 
FORMER PATIENT REPORTS ASSAULT 
THREE SUSPENDED AT OIX; A^IUSE 
TWO Dlx HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES F 15 
TWO MORE 0I» HOSPITAL EMPLOYEE 
SBI WILL PROdE ALLEGED ABUSE 
MAN CHARGED dITH KIDNAPPING. = 
MOTHER GIVEN SU-MONTH TERM FO 
CHARLOTTE POLICEMAN ATTACKED 
TWO MEN ARE SENTENCED FOR ROB') 
2 MEN SCUFFLE WITH RESIDENT IN 
MARINE SAYS SHE «AS ASSAULTED 
PAIR FREED IN BEATING OF DII ■< 
GREENSBORO MAN CHARGED IN RAMP 
FIREFIGHTERS JOIN IN CHASE 
SNOW CAMP MAN BEATEN TO DEATH 

'"m'^LsHiExuAL ASSAULTS 

STOWAWAY INJURED IN BRAWL ON SHIP 

COMMON SENSE WON OUT 

N.C. MAN HELD IN CAR ASSAULT 

'""wS52E'li''L°3o?P?Al!K'l?'s*IO DAMAGING BUSINESS SECURITY 

'''°'[i]'io!^nirhr. rrsfssfaN'^irLEM 



SSAULTS 
DEOUCTIUNS 

ION 

s 

CDMMlTTEtS 

IN HER APARTMENT 
lEO TO ROBBERIES 
FRM 



SCHOOL SPORTS EVENTS 
AT OIX HOSPITAL 

OF PATIENT PROBED 

EO 

S SUSPENDED 

URGLARY AfjD ASSAULT 
R SLAPPING TEACHER 



ERIE S 
FRONT YARD 



ENTAU PATIENT 
AGE 



ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. 



OF SOCIAL SERVICES 



ASSOCIATED PRESS. BASKETBALL PLAYE' OF THE YEAR 
SAMPSON, LEWIS NAMED BASKETBALL'S BEST 



ASSOCIATED 

Indian 
uCla 
wakE j 

NO 

TAR HE 
HEELS. 
NEVADA 
TAR HE 
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TAR HE 
COUGAR 
WFEK-r" 
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CAROLI 
TAR HE 
NORTH 
TAR HE 
TAR HE 
TAR HE 



PRESS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL 

A NO. i; UNC ISTH 

INDIANA, UNC HEAD POLL 

aiNS UNC. VIRGINIA IN T-IP 20 

heelS, revels in line 
els jump to nation's no. i 

cavs 1-3 in poll 
-las vcgas number one 
els fall from top 10 
n seventh team to top pdll 
els climb to fifth in p:1ll 
s remain no. 1 in final «'^'^i*i"5 , 
y-week ap rankings of n. c . and virginia 

KA UNANIMOUS NC. 1; hEELS STILL FIFTH 

ELS TIP FIRST BASKfTBALL POLL 

NA NUMBER ONE IN PRESEASON "'TINGS 

ELS. BRUINS SHARE TOP RANK IN COMPOSITE POLL 

CAROLINA AGAIN NUMBER ONE IN POLL 

ELS kEMAIN number one; TEaCONS CRACK TOP 20 

ELS REMAIN ATOP POLL 

ELS SiLiD AT NO. I 



'""'ifUSsrA^inA^oS^i^B^ 5S?[?'fck/oC^U MOVES TO EIGHTH 
&5^Kl^iC.UG'^5^M/SSc'?M^S"o5ltSo FOURTH 
NO. I NEbRASKA SLIPS; uNC Third 
1-2-3 DON'T Change IN POLL 
TFRPS 7TH, CAROLINA IflTH IN PTLL 
UNC TUMPlES to 1-)Tm IN AP POLL 
SHuTmFRN atop final 3-A FOOTBALL POLL 
TAR HEELS OUT OF FOOT BALL RAW I NuS 

^nllit'^U^S \'AlV^t'/o^9°?0■''l^ol'i'sJl.. MIFFED AT NO BOwL . BUT. 

VICTIM'S NAME aAS INCORRECT 

AP ERRED IN REPORTING TwO FIR'<S BANKRUPT 

VA GETS PROGRAM FOR AGEO 



ASSOCIAT 
AP' 
ALL-AME 



PRESS ALL-AMERICA TEAM I BASKETBALL AND FJOTBALLI 
irIttfam- SAMPSON. TIS3ALC, ELLIS, JORDAN AND EwING 
ERICaI JnC'C BlIoOS iio^G tArEE from area on AP TEAM 





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l/ia/"3 B 

1/25/83 D 

1/31/83 

2/01/83 B 

2/0B/93 3 

2/15/93 8 

2/22/93 b 

3/01/93 6 

3/09/93 S 

3/15/93 B 

3/15/83 B 

9/27/83 B 

U/16/83 

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12/07/83 3 

12/13/93 B 

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lO/U/83 

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ll/22/''3 B 

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10 
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TIGERS' SMITH SELECTED TO PRE^ ALL-STATE TEAM 



TIGERS 
SOUTHERN 



NORIhFRN pace ALL-STATE TEAM 



INDIVIDUAL SChOOLSI 
S 



*"?H'ifSo"pS^5 ttii--i:'fSoVi5;:L^^s??'-.E?3's^'Ahii!i!ruNOER individual sch 

all-state: Three SPARTASS.TiD KNIGHTS COLLECT PREP LAURELS 



ASSOCIATED PRESS 8»0ADCASTERS 

FBI AGENT: hJSTagE-TakING IS 3N RISE 



3/23/93 B 2 P N 
12/05/83 8 P N 



12/06/83 B 2 P N 
5/U1/93 A 20 N 



M N T M L 



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1/01/83 



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12/31/83 



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ASSOCIATED PȣSS HIGH SCHOTL BASKET BALL POLL 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS. BASKETBALL IStE ALSO 

ROCKT MOUNT TOPS ".-A ROUNOBALL POLL 

G'SORO PAGE TOPS PREP POLL 

O'BORO PAGE TOP PREP TEAM 



lEAQINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLSI 

H ? 1/14/63 C 3 

5 ? 1/20/83 B 3 

S 2 3/03/fl3 B 3 



ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, FOOTBALL ISEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLSI 
SOUTHERN HIGH TAILBACK IS TOP N.C. FOOTBALL PLAYER 
MCGILL TAKES PLAYER OF YEAR A.JARO FOR N.C. 

ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLL 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS. FOOTBALL ISEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLSI 
SPARTANS LEAD 3-A PTLL 

SOUTHERN RANKED NO. 1 IN HIGH SCHOOL 3-A POLL 
SOUTHERN RE''AINS ATOP 3-A POLL 
SOUTHERN REMAINS ATOP POLL 
SOUTHERN STILL NO. 1 
SOUTHERN DROPS TO NO. 2 
SOUTHERN ATOP FINAL 3-A FOOTBALL POLL 

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF OUKE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., STUDENTS 

NEW DORMITORY AT OUKE FOUND NOT FEASIBLE 

ASSOCIATION FOR A BETTER CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C. 

ALDERMAN SEEKS MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CANDIDATES IN CARRBORO ELECTIONS EXPRESS VIFuS 

SHEFFIELD. PORTO WIN MAYOR'S »ACES; THREt ENDORSED BY ASSOCIATION rtlN... 

ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 

DANCE FESTIVAL GROUP ELECTS RALEIGH uOMAN 

VOLUNTEERS CALL OUT FOR FESTIVAL SUPPORT 

FESTIVAL NEEDS AIO 

MEMBERSHIP GALA 

FRIDAYS LEAD DANCE DRIVE 

JAyCEES offer ENTERTAINMENT TO RAISE RESTORATION FUNDS 

SYMPHONY. SAVOYARDS HOST COLCKFUL KICKOFFS 

ACTIVITIES Planned for older Americans month 

CULTURE CAN survive — WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM FRIENUS 
ASSOCIATION RISES TO THE OCCASION WITH FASHION SHOW 
DANCERS TAKE STAGE AT BENEFIT FASHION SHOW 
FESTIVAL'S CHAPEL HILL NIGHT HAS BIG TURNOUT 
FESTIVE DECORATIONS MARK STAGVILLE'S YULE SEASON 

ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS FOR REFORM NOW I ACURN 1 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA ACTION 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOODS 

HOUSING PROnLEMS TOPIC 

HUOCINS' PROPOSAL WOULD GIVE DAIRY PRODUCTS TO ELDERLY 

ASSOCIATION OF RESEARCH LIBRARIES 
SEE ALSO L IBRAftlES, U.S. 

OUKE LIBRARY PAY ABOVE AVER*G= 



•"?iJ'IigSl?5N".U8f?A?^8S°g? R 

ASTRONAUTS 

SEE ALSO SPACE TRAVEL 



ETI RED PERSONS 



SEE ALSO WOMEN, ASTRONAUTS 
SPACE LAWYER NEEDED? 
SAVING ASTRONAUT'S BONE AIM OF WORK 
ASTRONAUT 'TRIVIALIZED' 

N.C.'S FIRST ASTRONAUT: FAISO>l RESIDENTS RECALL YOUTHFUL ADVENTURER 
HOMETOWN PLANS A BIG WELCOME FOR ASTRONAUT 
FAISON BORROWS BUNTING. WELCOMES ITS FAMOUS SON 

ASTRONOMY 

SEE ALSO COMETS (AST60N0MY1 

SEE ALSO ECLIPSES 

SEE ALSO METEORS 

SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -Chapel hill moreheao planetarium 

CELEBRATED STARGA2ER 

ASU ASTRONOMERS GET COOL VIEW OF STARS 

STARS FORM PICTURES AND PICTURES COME TO LIFE 

SERIES HAS NATURAL APPROACH 

OUKE PHYSICISTS HELP I.D. MOLECULES FAR. FAR OUT 

DUKE Physicists provide electronic fingerprints 

SKY SPECTACLES CAN BE SEEN 

SKYWATCHERS' TREAT: VENUS PASSES SATURN 

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3 11/09/83 B I 



H 2 1/14/83 D 10 



N H90 
N H90 



H 




l/25/>^3 


A 


6 


H 




3/L2/83 


A 


if 


S 




3/17/83 


1) 


1 / 


S 




3/21/fl3 


( 


1 


H 




3/22/83 


A 


6 


H 




ir/19/93 


A 


h 


H 




5/2^/83 


A 


H 


S 




5/26/83 


n 


t* 


H 




6/07/83 


A 


6 


S 




6/09/83 


h 


I 


H 




6/21/83 


A 


1 / 


H 




12/06/83 


A 


6 



S 2 3/12/83 A 3 N K90 
S 2 3/19/83 A 1 N M23 



S 2 11/23/83 C 1 N COS 



1/10/R3 A 

5/05/83 L 

5/25/83 A 

3/15/83 A 

10/02/83 B 

10/16/83 B 



H 


2 


1/08/63 


A 


4 E 




H 


2 


2/12/83 





4 N 




H 


2 


9/18/83 


e 


3 n F 


830 


5 


2 


9/22/03 


u 


8 M N 


B71 


H 


2 


11/13/83 


B 


1 P F 




S 


2 


11/16/83 


C 


7 N 




s 


2 


11/19/83 


A 


3 N 




H 


2 


12/15/63 


C I 


4 N 




s 


2 


1/05/83 


D 


1 U 


018 


s 


2 


1/07/63 


B 


2 U 


D 6 


s 


2 


1/21/83 





1 U 


D 8 


s 


2 


1/26/83 


B 


1 U 


6 


s 


2 


2/01/83 


E 


2 U 


ni8 


s 


2 


2/04/83 





1 U 


D18 


s 


2 


2/08/83 


B 


2 U 


D18 


s 


2 


2/15/83 


B 


2 U 


019 


s 


2 


2/18/83 


D 


1 U 


013 


s 


2 


3/01/83 


D 


1 U 


016 


s 


2 


3/08/83 


3 


2 U 


DIS 


5 


2 


3/09/83 


B 


2 U 


018 


s 


2 


4/20/83 





1 U 


018 


s 


2 


4/22/83 





1 U 


018 


s 


2 


4/27/83 


B 


2 U 


D18 


s 


2 


4/29/83 





U 


018 


s 


2 


5/03/83 


B 


U 


018 


s 


2 


5/04/83 


D 


u 


018 


s 


2 


5/13/83 





1 u 


D18 


s 


2 


5/17/83 


B 


1 u 


ni8 


s 


7 


5/24/83 


tl 


2 U 


018 


s 


2 


5/26/83 


B 


1 U 


016 


s 


2 


6/01/"3 


D 


1 U 


016 


s 


2 


6/02/83 


B 


1 u 


018 


s 


2 


6/07/83 


B 


2 u 


013 


s 


2 


6/14/83 


B 


2 U 


018 


<; 


2 


6/21/83 


B 


2 U 


018 


s 


2 


6/24/83 





I U 


018 


s 


2 


6/28/83 


B 


2 U 


016 


s 


2 


7/01/83 





1 U 


016 


5 


2 


7/12/83 


a 


2 U 


018 


s 


2 


7/20/63 


c 


2 U 


018 


s 


2 


7/21/83 


B 


I U 


Dia 


s 


2 


7/29/83 


D 


1 U 


018 


s 


2 


3/03/83 


D 


u 


018 


s 


2 


3/09/83 


D 


1 u 


018 


s 


2 


a/12/83 


D 


1 u 


018 


s 


2 


6/31/83 


B 


u 


018 



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1/01/33 - 



INDEX 
li/31/B3 



AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT OANOCM 

AT Random 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 



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ATHLETES. aGInC 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO RETlRc'<ENT AGE 
FOR PETE'S SAKE 
NEVER TOO LATE? 

ATHLETES, D<uG ABUSE 

SEE DRUG ABUSE. ATHLETES 

""sIpALSo'pROflsSIONAL ATHLETES, INC. 

"sTtp ATHLETES SET POOR E AAMPLE S FOR YOUNG FANS 
CHARLOTTE FIRM MANAGES MONEY -OR PRO ATHLETES 

'^"'■^iIc^jCmOR^aTIONALS FIRST IN DU«E'S HISTORY 

'"•'"Iffo^S??^' SUBMIT -ILLIAms- appeal 
HflTLANTA COOL TO ACC 

ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO PASE3ALL 

FORMER BULLS DOT RKAVES' CAML" 

auTLE" STILL CONFIDENT 

BRAVES' DECISION SURPRISES BEmENNA 

RITES OF 5PRING--THE FINAL CUT 

JUNE 7--MARK IT DOWN 

OUKE'S LAMB TO JOIN BULLS 

INJURY SIDELINES CHILDRESS FOR YEAR 

LIFE WITH THE BULLS 




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318 


5 2 9/l'./a3 


11 




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U 




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S 2 11/22/83 


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S 2 12/0<)/83 


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H 2 5/05/83 A IB N 

S 2 3/07/83 A 6 N 



H 2 10/21/a3 CI U 071 

H 2 12/27/83 A >, E 



S 2 7/30/83 A 4 E 

H 2 10/20/R3 D 5 N 



H 2 3/22/83 b 2 N C52 
H 2 2/05/S3 C 10 



H 2 3/12/83 B 



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"^"UiTE'^^AIL^OAg^l-'SyG^INVESTMENT. SMALL PKOFIT 
•"^"'lh\>fi\"dCihu FOR NEW BRID-E 

"^'"JA^LLicS'^J^'s^oiS^^fftppING 00-N 
13 RECEl VE ACC DECREES 
DEAN'S LIST ISSUED 

ALUMNUS to HEAD ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN 
ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN HEAD NAMED 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
SEE ALSO POOP SHEET 

ACC HANDS N.C. STATE REPRIMA^J^ 
NO EMPTY PROMISES 

ACC MARKS JO YEAR ANNIVERSARY 
FEDERAL COURT JUDGES TURN OFF NCAA 
THE PnOP ON THE SHEET 

ATLANTIC COAST CDMFERENCE, ATHLETE QF THE YtAR 
SEE ANTHONY J. mCkEVlIN awaSO 

'"■'sEr'ALig'l'LL'^^TLlRflE'dnfs^'gSNi^ERENCE BASEBALL TEAM 

je^EM^'ioLS^DuSI o'f'f lll^lc. BASEBALL VICTORY 

N.C. STATE GETS 1-Y5AR PROBATION 

MERRIFIELO CONTINUES ACC RAMPAGE 

BankhEad Blanks state. GIVES JNC league lead 

TAR HEELS TOP 'PACK 

UNC one game FROM CLINCHING FIRST 

FINAL DAY WILL DECIDE ACC'S Tl ^ «*S5 ' 59 = ,, 

TAR meel Sweep nets tournament's top seed 

TAR mEELS OFFEND ACC BASEBALL TITLE 
lAR hFELS too much FOR DUKE 
UNC. DUKE BATS HOT IN VICTQRHS 

:lL"EbER'-!L?Ms8N ^;!'acIsTa^ hE^^ in DRIVER'S SEAT 

^I'.^n SI^tSII t.%S %'^''?h''&hJ'T'^M^': ACC tournament site disturbs coaches 

CLEMSON PUSHES UNC TO FINAL GAME FOR ACC CROWN 

DELICATE BALANCE TIPPED BY WEI SS • T I ME L Y OCIIBLE 

BANKHEAD HURLS UNC TO TITLE; '. LEMSON TUMBLE S 10-1... 

UNC VICTORY NAILS DOWN ACC BASEBALL TITLE 

ACC BASEBALL COACHES VOTE YES ON DURHAM 

ACC BASEBALL TOURNEY IN DAP? 

ACC APPROVES iS-SECONO CLOCK, BASEBALL IN DURHAM 

BEER PAN MARS TOURNEY 

BALKING ON lEER 

ACC SPORTS FEED RayCOM 

"'t^riLiS'lu'A^nrrnilt ?S^f^JtNt'E. operation basketball 

ACC'S PUTTING wPAPS on NON-LEAGUE SLATE 
HOLIDAY PLAY LIT SAMPSON'S FUSE 

fiH^D[^cl^*E'^ckEVETS§^^?^ND , v. ..keep. ..coaches glued TO.. .sets 

ACC basketball Turns to sfriojs business 

BRANCH WILSON'S FEAST 

STRICTER WHISTLE NEEDED 

ACC HONORS CAVS' WILSON AGa|N 

FOUR TOP 20 TEAMS IN AREA hOiSP 5 LlNEuP 



H 


2 


3/20/83 


B 


1 1 




N 


M71 


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3/2''/a3 


H 


2 


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F 


P55 


s 


5 


4/02/B3 


A 


8 


p 


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P55 


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1) 


5 


p 


U 




H 


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<./2<l/83 


L 


1 




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7 


0/14/83 


B 


2 








S 


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6/3n/B3 


11 


3 




N 


P55 


s 


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7/16/83 


A 


1 




N 




s 


7 


7/18/83 


1) 


2 


p 


G 


P55 


s 


? 


7/l')/83 


B 


2 




G 




s 


? 


7/20/83 


1 


2 


p 


G 


P55 


s 


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7/21/83 


B 


? 




N 


P55 




' 


7/24/83 


11 


1 




N 


L52 




? 


8/21/83 


( 


2 






MI 1 


H 


2 


8/21/83 


(. 


2 






MM 


l< 


2 


8/21/83 


L 


1 ) 




N 




s 


2 


8/24/83 


A 


17 




N 




H 


2 


9/17/83 


A 


3 




N 




H 


2 


2/27/83 


A 


13 




N 




s 


? 


5/25/83 


L 


6 








s 


? 


6/10/83 


c 










s 


2 


10/24/83 


L 










H 


2 


10/25/83 


A 


13 








s 


7 


2/15/83 


B 


2 




N 




s 


2 


4/26/83 


A 


4 








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5/10/83 


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6/25/83 


8 


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H 


2 


10/09/83 


L 


2 









1/30/83 B 1 1 
3/3B/83 B 4 
3/22/83 B 3 
4/10/83 B 9 
4/14/83 D 1 
4/14/83 B 3 
4/17/B3 B 
4/17/83 B 
4/18/83 fi 
4/20/83 B 
4/21/83 B 
4/22/83 C 
4/22/93 
4/23/83 B 
4/24/83 S 
4/24/83 
4/25/83 B 
4/26/83 B 
4/26/83 B 
4/26/83 a 
4/28/83 
4/28/83 U 
5/18/83 B 
5/19/83 A 
5/22/»3 D 
U/10/83 B 



N M71 
N P55 
N M71 



N M71 

N M7I 

U 071 

N M71 

N P55 

N M71 

N P55 



1/02/93 B 

1/03/83 U 

1/03/83 

1/04/93 B 

1/06/83 D 

1/08/83 B 

l/in/83 B 

1/11/83 B 

1/11/93 e 

1/12/93 C 



N C52 

U M71 

N 

N 

N M71 

N M71 

u m;i 

U 071 

N 

U M71 



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64SK6td«LL nONANZA ON I«P TONIGHT 

RULES GIVE ACC A NEEDED SHUT 

ACC STANDINGS 

ORIESELL'S STILL SIHMFRING 

FROM SmA-NA-NA TQ LEFTy'S SPUNK» ACC S SEASON HEaTS UP 

BIG FOUB 'TOUSNEY" ON TAP 

TEHPS' ERANCH holds ACC SCQRUG LEAD OVER SAMPSON 

DEACS. HEELS FIGhT FOR FIRST 

ACC STANDINGS 

JORDAN ACC PLAYER OF NEFK 

SOME COACHES TAKE POT SHOTS AT ACC'S 3-POlNTtR 

CLEHSON MATCHES ITS INEXPERIEVCE AGAINST DUKE'S 

ACC STANDINGS 

SUTTON AND RETURN TO SO-'i') 

KRZYZfHSM HOPING FOR RULES OVERTURN BY ACC TOURNAMFNT 

ACC TO KEEP NEW RULES IN TOUR'IEY? 

ACC STANDINGS 

TfRPS CL 1MB IN ACC 

ACC'S HEARTBEAT INTO H0MEST9ETCH 

CONFERENCE CALL: THE ACC AND IIG lOi TWO KINGPINS OF COLLEGE BASKETS 

ACC'S BATTLE OF THE BABES: DAJKINSt PRICE LEAD SUUAOS 

ONE ERA NfARS ITS END...ANOTHF R ENDURES 

CLUB PLANS ACC WINNER CEREMONY 

ACC STANDINGS 

TECH'S PRICE HONORED AGAIN 

ACC KFPORT CARD TIME 

AWARDS FETE A FINE IDEA 

HEELS HUNGRY FOR WIN; DUKE HOSTS STETSON 

SAMPSON OOUSLF-TROuBLE WITH 'DOUBLE-DOUBLES' 

ACC STANDINGS 

ACC BASKETBALL BANQUET SET 

ACC FOCUS TURNS TO MANEUVERING FJB LOWER SEEDS 

ACC STANDINGS 

ACC BASKETBALL BANQUET PLANNE1 

ACC RACE HEATING UP FOR POSSIBLE NCAA BIOS 

VIRGINIA KEEPS PACE WITH TAR HEELS 

BASKETBALL'S BALLOT BOX 

AT RANDOM 

CLEMSON'S THE ONLY CONSTANT It ACC'S STRETCH RUN 

ACC'S FOURTH TEAM TO FACE NCAA LOGJAM? 

AFTER THREE MONTHS. AN END AND NEW ACC BEGINNING 

ACC STANDINGS 

REGAL ROOKIES; THE BATTLE OF THE BABES WAGES ON... 

THE WINNERS ARE... 

UNC. VIRGINIA CLAIM FOUR SPOTS ON AP ALL-ACC TEAM 

SAMPSON HONORED BY AP 

STATS AND OPINIONS... 

FOUR ACC TEAMS LAND NCAA BIDS 

PRICE, CREHINS EARN ACC HONORS — 

ACC. SEC SENIORS TO MEET IN EXHIBITION 

ACC BOUNCES BACK 

ACC TEAMS CONTINUE OUEST 

ACC MISSES QUORUM FOR RULES DISCUSSION 

ACC COACHES TO MEET LATER 

THE ACC'S ROTTEN APPLE 

ACC HOLDS ITS OWN IN BASKETBALL RECRUITING 

CAROLINA. STATE TO LAND TOP NEW YORK RECRUITS 

C. D. CHESLEY. ACC BASKETBALL PRODUCER, DIES AT AGE (j") TODAY 

ACC HITS RECRUITING BONANZA 

ACC MEETING SET 

ACC IPORTS HEALTHY 

ACC PLANS TO OFFER 'PAY' TV? 

RUNNING THROUGH HOOPS 

ACC PAY-TV PLAN TO DILUTE FRE^-TV SCHEDULE? 

ACC SHOULD SCORE EARLY IN CAGE RECRUITING WARS 

BLACKOUT GIVES ACC BLACK EYE 

GOOD THING FOR GROH: ONLY ONE TRIUMVIRATE A YEAR 

DON'T BUY GAMES 

VALVANQ ON THE COOL SEAT 

ACC TO SCORE BIG 

ACC BASKETBALL NETS 11 RECRUITS 

TAR HEELS. AS EXPECTED, PRESEASON FAVORITES IN ACC 

OPERATION BASKETBALL: ACC COAIHES SHARE OPTIMISTIC OUTLOOK 

ACC PREVIE«: SIZE MAKES CAROLINA-MARYLAND SHOWDOWN INEVITAbLE 

NEW FACES 

1983-8". ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

FANS HELP HOME TEAM — BY MAKING VISITORS THINK 

N.C. THE NATION'S HOOPS CAPITAL 

SCHEDULES: PREPS, ACC 

PULL THE Plug 

HEELS LEAD The WAY IN ACC ACTION 

THE EYE'S ON OTHELL 

VIRGINIA'S ShEEHEY wins ROOKIE HONOR 

BASKETBALL NOTES 

'PACK BACK; STATE'S RETURN HEADS HEAVY ACC SCHEDULE 

DAWKIN5. BLUE DEVILS SEEK FOU? TH WIN AGAINST BULLS 

ACC: TIGERS SCRAMBLE PAST RIVAL 

OAwKiNS. oalryhplE Capture acc honors 

JOSEPH'S DEVELOPMENT CRUCIAL TO TECH 

ACC HONORS SMITH, COLEMAN 

TIGER RAG TO RICHES 

TERPS HOPE TJ WIN ONE FOR LOw-KEY LEFT-HANDER 

HOME SWEET HOMES: ACC BASKETBALL TEAMS HOLD aUlTE A WINNING WHAMMY.. 

AMAKER TOPS 

ACC'S CHRISTMAS 

ACC HOOPS: EVERY TEAM HAS OUESIION 

POPSON, ADKIN5 HONORED 

CAVS EARN CABRILLO TITLE 



ATLANTIC COAS 
SEE ALSO C 
SEE ALSO C 
ALL EYES 
VALVANO 
RULES GI 
NE.-LOOK 
SUTTON A 
11 FEET 
•PACK TO 
ACX MISS 
ACC COAC 
PICK ONE 
ACC COAC 
ACC COAC 
ACC APPB 
<.5-S£C0N 



T CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL. SHOT CLOCK RULE 
OLLFGE BASKETBALL, RULES AND REGULATIONS 
OLLEGF BASKETBALL, THIRTY SECOND CLOCK 

ON THE CLOCK... 
LAUDS RULES AFTER VICTORY 
VE ACC A NEEDED SHOT 

LEAGUE f INOS OLD NEHE SIS 
ND RETURN TO 50-','> 

30 SECONDS 

MISS 'NEW RULES' IN PLAYOFFS 
ES QUORUM FOR RULES DISCUSSION 
HES TO MEET LATER 
: A CLOCK OR 3-POINTtl 
HES OK <,5-SEC0ND CLOC< 
HES MOVING TOWARD EXTENDED CLOCK 
OVES ".i-SECOND CLOCK. BASEBALL IN DURHAM 
D CLOCK GETS TRIAL IN ACC 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE 



NLC . 

. _ SKETBALL 

19 FEET, 30 SECONDS 
'PACK TO MISS 'NEW RULES' IN PLAYOFFS 
PICK ONE: A CLOCK OR 3-POINTER 



BASKETBALL. THREE POINT BASKET 
RUL ES AND REGULATIONS 







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1 


r 




N F 




E 


L 


Y 




P D 


DATE 


C 


PC, L 


p 


BYL 


S 2 


1/12/83 


b 


1 P 


N 


F25 


H 2 


1/1<./B3 


C 




J 


071 


H 2 


1/16/R3 


B 




N 




H 2 


l/lT/83 


B 




U 


M71 


H 2 


1/18/83 


B 




J 


M71 


S 7 


1/19/83 


B 


1 P 


u 


F25 


H 2 


1/20/83 







N 




S 2 


1/21/83 


D 




N 




H 2 


1/23/83 


B 




N 




S 2 


1/25/83 


D 




N 




H 2 


l/2f./93 


B 




U 


M71 


H 2 


1/29/83 


a 




N 


M71 


H 2 


1/30/P3 


11 


I C 


N 




H 2 


1/31/83 


u 




U 


M71 


H ? 


2/D1/83 


D 




N 


C52 


S 2 


2/0'./83 


D 




N 




H 2 


2/06/83 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/07/83 


D 




N 




H 2 


2/08/83 


B 




U 


071 


H 2 


2/08/83 


B 


2 P 


J 




H 2 


2/09/83 


B 




N 


C52 


H 2 


2/10/83 


D 


1 P 


U 


D71 


S 2 


2/11/83 


C 




N 


K90 


H 2 


2/13/83 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/15/83 


B 




N 




H 2 


2/16/83 


C 




U 


M71 


S 2 


2/16/83 


A 




E 




S 2 


2/16/83 


C 




U 


F25 


H 2 


2/19/83 


D 




U 


M7 1 


H 2 


2/20/83 


B 




N 




S 2 


2/25/83 


D 




N 




H 2 


2/26/83 


D 




N 


071 


H 2 


2/27/83 


B 




N 




H 2 


2/27/83 


B 




N 


C52 


H 2 


2/28/83 


B 




U 


M7I 


S 2 


2/28/83 


ti 




N 




H 2 


3/01/83 


B 




U 


071 


S 2 


3/01/83 


D 




U 


018 


H 2 


3/02/83 


a 




N 


C52 


S 2 


3/02/83 







U 


F25 


H 2 


3/05/83 


fl 




N 


C52 


H 2 


3/06/83 


B 


1 C 


N 




H 2 


3/06/83 


B 


2 P 


F 


M7 1 


H 2 


3/07/83 


a 




U 


M71 


H 2 


3/07/83 


B 




N 




5 2 


3/07/83 


D 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


3/10/83 







U 


D7 1 


H 2 


3/l<./83 


8 


3 C 


N 


07 1 


H 2 


3/16/83 


B 


2 P 


N 




H 2 


3/20/83 


B 




N 


C52 


S 2 


3/22/83 


B 




U 


F25 


S 2 


3/2'./e3 


A 




E 




H 2 


',/03/33 


B 




N 


D71 


H 2 


'./04/83 


B 




N 




H 2 


<./D8/83 


C 




U 


071 


S 2 


"./U/BS 


e 




U 


F25 


H 2 


<./13/e3 


B 




N 


071 


S 2 


<./21/83 


A 









S 2 


5/D9/83 


D 


3 P 


U 


F25 


S 2 


5/13/83 







N 




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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. 
ACC TOURNEY PAIRINGS 
NCAA KILLED THE ACC 



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t CC L P HYL 



CAV5 PROVIUE QUKE ANOTHER ■OPPORTUNITY" 

iiS^^HJ.P^h? TiVloVtl'lU'^T.^'i'T ?JI%EEOS A PROPOSAL 

AT RANDOM 

i'^pJgfH'J'IoS^ if?!SRtiAi?li'T= OUKE-S YOUNG eASKETBALL CROP... 

acc fever strikes again 

TFRPS CAN*T WIN IT 

SOUTH OF THE BORDER; ACC TOURNAHcNT HITS THE POAO 

TALK OF PERK INS' TOEl SI 

TICKET TRADER FAVORS GOLF TRIP 

ACC TOURNAMENT: MINI-WAR FOR ^IGHER STAKES 

PRESSURE BUILDS FOR KRZYZEwSKI TO WIN IN l^S". 

ACC TOURNEY CRASHING THE GAT'=...ANO OTHER lYAWNI HIGHLIGHTS 

ACC tourney: sports EVENT OR STATUS SYMP0L7 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: 

ACC TOURNAMENT 

VIRGINIA BRUSHES DUKt ASIDE 

iT^\T.,V.'SV-,'on°H't.'.°iV- FT SENDS PACK BY DEACONS 

?p?f;Ji?!ili^?iiror?A^?n^ii^e^?sf5RE 

HOTLANTA COOL TO ACC 

d'iRTy'oEv'ilS^SAMPsSn'- ACCUSES DUKE AFTER VIRGINIA'S ROMP 

wOLFPACK stalks NCAA BIO ^.„„,,. Tcru 

TFRPS CLOWN AROUNO AND LOS E TO GtORG I A TECH 

JORDAN, DOHERTY pick UP SLACK FOR TAR HEELS 

ACC TOURNEY OUOTEBOOK 

PACkI°91-8";''5TATE overcomes MX-POINT DEFICIT IN OVERTIME SPURT... 

^wSlllfA^r^JJNrTS^'T'ABLrsISrA^TE^T^rs-uNC.S P ATENTED R ALLY . . . 

S?i^^H^JV^^JSiN?g^?S'^H;^B:^<l?BA;L'^^ME' , cartoon, 

THE^aItER^a'JSi'-DELIRIOUS state fans paint HILLSBOROUGH ST. WOLFPACK RED 

•PACK'S HOME MOVIES ,„„ ,, ,,T, t 

N.C. STATE STUNS VIRGINIA FOR ACC TITLE 

WOLFPACK BOMBS, STICKY DEFENSE WlLT CAVALlcRS 

CAVALIERS LOOKING TO NCAA'S PJRTY 

FOR STATE. OMNI WAS FANTASY ISLAND 

LOWE TOPS ALL-TOURNEY 

^?i?l'f sVSSEy^SwE'iiSoJs'a'SJ'o^jMlNG NAMED ACC MVP SUNDAY 

ATLANTIC COAST CDNFERENCE, COACH OF THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO COACH Of THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 

AT RANDOM 

SMITH TOP COACH 

BOBBY CREMINS IS TOP COACH IN WRITERS' POLL 

PRICE, CREMINS EARN ACC HONORS 

MORRIS TOP ACC COACH 

UVA'S WELSH ACC COACH OF YEAR 

"^??E"iLi3*AVL'?'T'E!Sfyc"ioJS?'^Sfi^ERENCF FOOTBALL TEAM 
AREA SCHOOLS JOCKEY FOR S ' (^Ni'' ^ OAT E POS I T I ON 
KINARD HEADS SIX EARLY ACC DRAFT SELECTIONS 
ACC CDNSIOERS TV FOOTBALL PAC< AGE 
JAMES: ACC MEEDS DECISION 
ABOUT THAT TV PLAN... 

NEw''RULf''FGR''CONTROLLING SCHOOL BOOSTERS IN EFFECT 
ACC FOOTBALL IN 198J: THE FLAVOR IS VANILLA 
ACC COACHES FAVOR 'BOOSTER' RJLF 

i!geSs' im'5ATION7"HEY'VE GT T 75, 000 "EASONS 
BENNETT COMPLETED UNC GAME DESPITE BROKfN RIB 
anO>«E» ANO QENNFTT: ESIASON FINDS ROOM APLENTY 

CR0H'S°5KIN THICKENS TO OEACOM CHALLENGF 

CAVS WARMING TO WELCH'S NE W- IM AGE R E^ 1 MEN 

KOCH'S PHYSIQUE PUMPED UP TOWARD TERP SUCCESS 

•SHORT PEOPLE' JOKES ON &« *" ST N ' S FOE S 

PACK HARBORED AT CAMP RFEO WITH IRON FISTS 

GET TICKET '83 FOR FOOTBALL NEWS 

ON TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN 

TAR HEELS TO PREVAIL OVER ACC TRIUMVIRATE 

\<>ai ACC FOOTBALL SCHEDULE c.rc 

ni,^;^i:i^7ic''!SA^S?*^3SlEJrN^E°^SSTrL^'sC^i?£5LE 

lf^",^lWr0.^o''?UuW<.'VHVfltln ON CLEMSON FOES 

l^hJilll'irorieT^if^ohi to ;.S. pan AM EFFORT 

ACC HONORS WALKER, FABR 

THE PICKS 

TODAY'S GAMES FOR ACC, AREA 

MCINTOSH, SOLT honored by ACC 

THE PICKS 

HEELS TO ROCK 'COACHING CRADLE' 

TODAY'S COLLEGE LiNEuP 

ACC DOWN 7 

STANKAVAGE GETS HONOR 

IO0AY's"cOLLEGE FOOTBALL LINEIP 
EARLY GAM»LE PAID OFF FOR JACKETi 
SHEPPARO ACC PICK 

Georgia" T'CH apparently finds plum in dewberry 

THE PICKS 

STATE'S JEFFRIES TOP ROOKIE 

0Uke''rISkS 'PERFECT' RECORD VS. TERPS 

A BEST SELLER AT LAST 

EPPLEY, MARTIN WIN ACC HONORS 

HEELS RATE NARROW EDGE 

MCRORIE GETS HONOR 

UNC LOSS^PROMPTS 'I LOVE IT' lESPONSE FROM PIRATES EMORY 
A FORGETTABLE SEASON 

U'S^OFFKIAL, 'unofficially: -.LEMSON TOPS IN ACC 
BLUE DEVILS-NORTH CAROLINA GAME TIME MOVED RACK 

OUKF^ TAR HEELS PLACE 5 PLAYERS OM »P ALL-ACC 

ACC FOOTBALL IN '63: IT WAS A VERY MEDIOCRE YEAR 

FULLER, TIGERS WIN ACC HONORS 

UNC'S FULLER UNANIMOUS ALL-ACC PICK 

TECH TAILBACK COLLIER NAMED ROOKIF Of YEAR 

HORTON WINS RUSHING TITLE OVE< MCINTOSH 

ALL-AMERICA: UNC'C BLAOOS AMONG THREE FROM AREA ON AP TEAM 



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1/17/9". 



"^*''liS*&;'?^^?:!J'Sa''fUcS?^S^O^EPtAT ACC GOLf CRO.NS 
UNC GOLfE»S CLEAR BAIN-LEFT rtlSflLES. RETAIN ACC LEAD 
PLTLER. HEELS LFAD ACC GOLF ,„„,.- 

nn£;^N;?,Si'fe|■sK^iR'r^N&TH'iNS ^JSiSSuing: unc frfshhan uavis love. 
i'c'c aJL?'"uS2^r IItI subject of discussion 

Icc'GnL^'FL^p'^On^SED'AS NORTHGREEN -ITHDKAHS 

5i^:!FSiJlTin:u??gN'^SR'Ac'c-S UNNECESSARY PROBLEM 

!2^'?^UR'NiS"F^T^i&;^'5o«N TO PAIR OF UFFFRS 
ACC COACHES SFT DISCUSSION ON GOLF SITE 
RAIN DELAYS RYAN GOLF TOURNAH'NT 
LUR6 OF NO. 2 CARPI5S ACC TO PINtHURST 
ACC GOLF TUURNEY SITE SET 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE , LACROS SF 

CAVS TOPPLE UNC. CLAIM ACC TITLE 



ITIAWTIf COAST CONFERtNCF. QPERATHN iASKETBALL 
"■see ALSO ATLANTIC EoAsf (ioNFERENCF, "SKETBAL 
OPERATION basketball: ACC COa.hFS SHARE UPTI 



MISTIC OUTLOOK 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. PLAYER IF THE YEAR AjAkO 
SAMPSON BEATS JORDAN FOR ACC PLAYER OF YEAR 
SAMPSON REPEATS AS PLAYER OF YEAR 
DUKE'S BENNETT PLAYER OF YEAR 

''''"['cl tS'c?[R^°l9l"3r«lfH'S^^rSTARrERS BACK, FIGURE BLUE DEVILS TO HAVE. 

;S^ ntSI 'oITA ROLL PAST T=NNESSEE, 5-0 

ACC SOCCER PUZZLE BEGINS TO TAKE SHAPE 

■PACK PAIR PROMINENT IN SCORING PARADE 

SOCCER TOURNAMENT: STATE AT DJKE. UNC UNINVITEU 

■WAR- HAS OUKE LIMPING FOR AC- 

CAVS. HOOSIERS IN SOCCER SE"IS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SPORTS 

"lc5t|"aRmK5'SlN^ loL JUMP AT IC« TRACK MEET 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. SHIMMING — 

SEE ALSO Swimming 

STATE'S SWIM LOSSES RARE 

PACK'S TROJBLFO WATERS 

UNC TAKES LEAD IN ACC SHIMMIrC 

STATE'S SWIM REIGN ENDED BY TAR HEELS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. TENNIS „.or,». 

CIEMSON MEN LEAOING. BUT DUKE CLO SE S .MARG IN 
CLEMSON LEADS MEN'S ACC TENNIS 1°^*^?" t , t , c 
CLEM50N EDGES DUKE; FLUR WINS SINGLES TITLE 
CORRECTIONS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TRACK 

^^miss^bair'w'ins four events, takes ACC hepthalon lead 

CLEMSON TAKES ACC TRACK LEAD 
WOLFPACK WINS ACC TRACK TITLE 

VOLLEYB* LL 



"^*Ws&8^nsi?"^^"i2i^joi:ek^YiiE; 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

sll Ilso wqmen's^bSsketball (see also headings under individual schoolsi 

TFRPS EDGE STATE FOR WOMEN'S TITLE 
TERRAPIN WOMEN WIN ACC TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, HBESTLIMG 

SEE ALSO WRESTLING ,^,,„, 

HUNGRY AT 142: DUKE WRESTLER JAKE CECERE... 

S!!!'UA?E'cE!J?Mf TlJ^ro^t^gAHHT TITLE IN ACC WRESTLING 
CAVS. HOOSIERS IN SOCCER SEMIS 



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ANTIC COAST CONFERENCE SPORTS Wl I^^?5„?5599if. 
SEE ATLANTIC COAST SPORfS WRITERS ASSOCIATION 



ASSOCIATION 



ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS WRITERS ASSO. lATION 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, REPORTERS 

SAMPSON, JORDAN HFAD ALL-ACC LIST 

BOBBY CREMINS IS TOP COACH IN WRITERS' POLL 

ATLANTIC RICHFIELD 

DUKE GETS CHEMISTRY GRANT 

ATOMIC 80MPS 

SEE ALSO BOMBS 
SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 

H T R n ^H I H A 

N.C. NEARLY NUKED IN '61 ICARfOONI 

A HAUNTING TALE OF DESERT DUST 

AUBREY LEE BROOKS SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 

STUDENTS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 

14 BROOKS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED 

AUBURN UNIV. SPOlfTS, BASKETBALL 

WAKE FOREST GETS VICTORY OVER AUBURN 

AUCTIONS 

sll ALSO DURHAM. N.C. AUCTION 3F SURPLUS CITY EuUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. SURPLUS PROPERTY AUCTION 

SEE ALSO FLEA MARKETS 

SEE ALSO MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/nuRHAH AIRPORT. AUCTIONS 

RARE COPY OF DECLARATION TO B= AUCIIONED 

CITY SCHOOLS' AUCTION NEARS 

AUCTION RAISES tH.OOO 

A NARROW ESCAPE FROM A 'TREASJRE' 

SCHOOL AIMS FOR J50.000 AT AUCTION , , 

SCHOOLS BOOSTED BY SALE OF CONFISCATED EQUIPMENT 

READY FOR AUCTION 

PREPAR ING AUCTION ,,, 

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE C3PY TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION 



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S 2 


7/15/83 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


7/24/93 B 


1 


J P0 7 


S 2 


7/25/83 


9 


N 


H 2 


<)/04/83 h 


5 


N Pu7 


H 2 


10/0'5/83 C 


12 


N P07 


H 2 


10/14/93 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


10/16/93 C 


13 P 


N P0 7 


S 2 


10/21/83 D 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/01/93 h 


1 


N C52 


S 2 


1 1/14/83 


2 P 


U F25 


H 2 


3/15/93 e 


2 P 


N 


5 2 


3/15/83 B 


3 P 


N 


H 2 


11/23/83 C 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


8/29/83 C 


5 P 


N C52 


S 2 


8/29/83 B 


10 


N 


H 2 


9/11/83 C 


8 


N 


H 2 


9/25/93 B 


9 


N Ci2 


H 2 


10/09/83 C 


12 


N C52 


H ' 


U/15/»3 B 


2 


N C52 


H 2 


11/20/83 U 


11 P 


N C52 


H 2 


12/04/83 D 


15 


N C52 


H 2 


3/06/83 8 


9 


N 



2 2/20/83 B 1 2 N C52 

2 2/25/83 CI U M71 

? 2/26/83 3 N 

2 2/27/83 B 5 N 



2 4/17/83 B 4 

2 4/16/93 6 3 

2 4/19/93 B 2 

2 4/19/83 B 4 



4/21/93 
4/23/93 
4/24/93 



H 2 11/19/93 2 P N 



H 2 
S 2 



3/OT/R3 U 
3/07/83 D 



f C52 



2 2/25/93 C 1 

2 2/26/93 3 N 

2 2/28/83 B 3 N 

2 12/04/93 B 15 N C52 



H 2 
S 2 



3/09/93 C 1 
3/15/93 B 2 



S 2 4/14/93 C 



H 2 8/07/83 C 9 n A 

H 2 9/13/93 D 4 T T R56 

H 2 10/30/83 A 10 F 



H 2 7/10/83 C 7 
S 2 7/12/93 B 5 



H 2 12/28/83 C 1 



s 


7 


1/22/93 A 


15 


N 




5 


7 


1/27/93 C 


I P 






S 




1/31/93 C 


1 P 


N 


tU5 


H 




2/09/83 A 


5 


U 


033 






2/10/83 C 


7 


N 








2/13/93 B 


12 


N 




H 




2/14/83 A 


7 P 




S76 


s 

H 




2/17/83 A 
2/19/93 C 


6 P 
1 


P 
N 


137 



i'' 



N I « L t / A N^.^U^.^L _ 



I •« e « 

12/31/33 



S u b J c 



PAGt ".- 

i/n/9H 



DATE 



U^Vr'^ iH^^iSMla^pJ.TS;"^!^!^^ OUKE CANCER CENTER 



fO? 5itfi/_?0;(,SJ;'^^;^^i°0Q„,TE0 FOR SUNPAY AUCTION 
RK in BE SOLO AT SUNDAY AUCTION 



LITHOGRAPH SY 
LENNON AKT >aRK 



AUDITORS 

SEE ALSD_N,C 



^Nl^SfEIc'iiL'EfE!T*ED'JJ2s?D?Nr'SI AUD.TOKS^^ ^, ^^ 
AUDIT REPORTS eSrOR RATE IN health INSURANCE PCA.N 

"°^C"siS!'Sp2St:^f5^D SELCINC PESTICIUES 
CRinCS DrUw A BeJd -ITMOUT P.OVOCATION 

"^'^"^J.O TEARS FuR AUGUST 

'"tUSTAj^^EUR^U^^ ON A PEDESTAC — IT DESERVES TRIBUTE 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 

"TsI!ii°HONEY TALKED FOR RESEARCH VENTURE 

'""''B^i^'^oiri.^^ :;t7^°AS??,ii^s"!S^ ?s8j;j?^?cartoon, 

;S!S| Ihr, lar^uiAN^^'^ER^^^YlNG judgment call 
*"'???'.R1TERS. 



2/22/33 A 
3/2''/H3 A 
5/36/R3 B 
10/u6/fl3 a 
10/06/13 A 



■C L P "YL 



■)/ll/83 
12/2'./83 



10 
lA 



2/1U/B3 
8/2')/S3 



a/30/n3 

'■/0T/a3 



H 2 5/21/83 A 4 



6/16/93 

9/28/53 

9/2''/83 

12/17/83 



J50 
R56 



N.C. 



"^'sEE ALSO ChIL-^REN, HANDICAPPED 

ii! Tti "rl^j'ch'-iTrirTl"? L EDUCATION OF AUTISTIC C Cu-«UN. HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

^p^ L^s^rT^?^i^!-r^llI^GSfJcrL Ugprube 

ir?ri?7sS?^^S?rD^?S t^U'll^^l^'^ THEIR 0.N 



2 3/13/83 

H 2 './01/93 

5 2 5/31/83 

H 2 10/23/83 



15 
10 



"^'° RAUIGH AUTO DEALER FAILS TO ENTER BID 

sih^?:i:Hstrr8;inu^ss^!L oiJ^i^'jg^NCHisEs 

Se-oroeo aSt!-slavery bill advances 

*"'sE"5:LS0'.CCliENTS. CARBON SQNQ. IDE 
SEE ALSO AUTO POLLUTION 

*"'?Er2i!l"J»Rr5LFR CORP. 
SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE ALSO GENERAL HOTORS 
SEE ALSO jIpaN, AUTO INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TOYOTAS 

BACK OFF BIG CAR BAN 

AUTO 5LUKP FELT IN N.C. 

AUTOMAKERS UNITED 



2/11/83 
2/22/83 
3/20/93 
5/20/B3 
6/12/93 
6/17/83 
6/22/93 B 
7/06/83 a 
7/07/63 B 



10 
5 



IMPORTS 
Sc;t£»S-''cO°J^ILL BREEZES Through SENATE PANEL 



AuTO INDUSTRY, . 

SEE ALSO IMPORTS 



TRADE CURBS BACKFIRE 

*"'° iEtocCfloN MILL KEEP STATE RU-INING UNTIL BUDGET OK'D 
AUTO INSPECTIONS DEFENDED 

*"'?ErJLSn''iSTa LIABILITY INSURANlE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

j;?iS2Nc'E%R°EilUMs"SA?^i ON CAR REPAIR COSTS 

s:;!rM [ii'ii'^sn vr^vA 'ssai.NDu. convictions 

j;ii2,J?lfrP^RO°vi5.^K;S'H^'=N^J!^gJlE 'benefits PROGRAM 

illTO DEALERS "eFENO present OeTIT INSURANCE 

JanEL A^plSvES BILL TO LIMIT .ASTES IN LANDFILLS 

STUDENTS -SFLLING INSURANCE' 

Rf.ORDEO ANTI-SLAVERY BILL ^OtkUCJi 

INSURANCE RULES EASED FOR SOJ' n?" ISf JI,„qok 

REACH CONSUMER'S HEART BY BAY OF POCKETBOOK 

'''^^^(S^HsBt^'lilEn ON C;R KEPAIR^C.STS^ ^__ 

ki^prsSS^Y^^^SJiirE'L^sriEiirAS^i^G^sirrp^ayjis's"" 

IIlTTf^llL^i^^^rNSURANCF RATES TD INCREASE APRIL I 
S?i''HoSl^'T£iTiT!~vi;;;'A'pPRO°virLANDF,LL REGULATIONS 
INGRAM TESTIFIES ABOUT INSURANCE RATES 
SPLIT SLOUS INSURANCE BILLS r^.^rt^^ 

COMMISSIONER: INSURANCE LAM NEEDS 9";^^ES 
TFAChER TENURF EXEMPTION FOP -ECKLENBURG ENACTED 
INSURANCE LOBBYISTS CR IT I C I 2 E 61 LL .. UTILITIES 

HOilSF VOTES TO REPEAL LAW GIVING tax BREAK IU UUL1MC5 
HOUSE VOTES TO REMOVE PO«£R FIRMS' EXEMPTION 
K.C. HOUSE PASSES BILL ON TESTING OF STUDENTS 
HEALTH LAW REVISIONS P«5S SENATE c.priiTnN 

BILL TO LIMIT GROUP HOMES REJECTED 

h';^kf?.lrR5^E^U^' u'eS*^'3R^Vt§mS^uF.NSuPaNCE 
i;2ra- ORDERS REDUCTIONS '¥'^^0 INSURANCE RATES 
LIABILITY AUTO INSURANCE STAYS SAME , COLL I S ION CJI 
N C. AUTO INSURANCE RATE CASES SETTLcO 
liraCi^F FtNFS. NOT AUTO INSURANCE RATES 
CM^GES -UL BE SoioHT IN ciR INSURAViCE RATINGS 

iUTO INSURANCE SURCHARGES 



2 6/03/83 C 1 



2 6/23/93 

1 9/05/93 

2 9/20/93 



2 5/20/83 A 
2 U/21/93 A 



H 2 6/29/93 C 5 
H 2 12/09/83 A f 



1/11/93 A 

1/13/93 A 

2/29/93 A 

3/01/93 A 

3/01/93 K 

5/05/93 C 

5/06/93 A 

5/11/93 B 

5/27/33 C 

7/07/93 B 

7/2'./93 C 

12/09/93 A 



1/13/93 
1/27/9! 
2/17/83 
2/19/83 
3/17/83 
3/30/63 
<./0l/33 
'./26/93 
5/22/33 
5/22/93 
5/26/93 
6/02/9 3 
6/07/83 
6/09/93 
6/11/93 
6/15/93 
6/22/93 
6/29/83 
7/01/83 
7/02/93 
9/03/83 
9/19/83 
9/23/93 
11/11/93 
11/30/93 
12/08/83 



16 

10 
2? 

1 

10 

3 



1". 
lA 

9 



MGNTHLY/A 



N '< U 
1/(11/ 



[ N e X 

12/31/S3 



S U B J E 



Sf£ »LSn INSUSANCF BATES 

SEE ALSO N.C. REINSURANCE fAClLITY 

AUrn LIABILITY INSURANCE HATES TO INCREASE APRIL I 
PROPOSAL BACKED BY INGRAM IS SENT TO A SUBCOMMITTEE 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSn INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DFPT. OF INSURANCF 

REINSURANCE FACILITY i^QOSTS Ml liri-R I SK ORIVtRS SURCHAKCt 

PREMIUM RISE SEEN UNDER COHPAIATIVE FAULT 

INSURANCE PLAN FLAWED 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE RATES TO INCREASE APRIL 1 

AUTO INSURANCE LOOPHOLE CITED 

GAP HURTS INSURANCE LAW 

BILL REQUIRING TOP INSURANCE FOR ORUiK DRIVERS ADVANCES 

HOUSE TABLES BILL TO ALLOW 00". S IN HOTELS. MOTELS 

NURSES AND INSURANCE OFFICIALS CLASH OVER BILL 

RECORD TARNISHED , , 

LIABILITY AUTO INSURANCE STAYS SAME, COLLISION CUT 

INCREASE FINES. NOT AUIO INSURANCE RATES 

AUTO MAINTENANCE 

CAR CARF GUIDE 
CAR CARE GUIDE 
CAR CARE 
CAR CARE 

AUTO POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. EMISSIONS 

HIGHWAYS POLLUTING OUR CITY 

CITYWIOE AIR DUALITY TESTS MAY BE MADE IN DURHAM 

DURHAM EXHAUST READINGS HIGH 

AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOMOBILE TITLES 
SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 
GAP HURTS INSURANCE LAW 

AUTO REPAIR 

5FE ALSO AUTOS, LEMONS 
SEE ALSO MECHANICS 

PFNNEY'S DROPS AUTO CARE, OTHERS ARE RETAINING IT 
■ - PLANS TO CLOSE SHOP 

TURNS HOBBY INTO BUSINESS 

SAYS CM SETTLEMENT IS INADEQUATE _ ._ _ 

GUIDE 

Guide 
honest businessman 

CAR CARE 

CAR CARE 

CARS SPARK ZONING DISPUTE 

lAH HEEL MECHANIC SAYS STUOEBAKEHS EASY TO FIX 

N.C. NEW-CAR BUYERS HAVE ADDED PROTECTION 

AUTO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

BETTERING CAR INSPECTIONS 

AUTO TAXES 

SEE MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

AUTOGRAPHS 

STATE SPECIALIZES IN UNUSUAL PRODUCTS 

AUTOMATIC BANK TELLERS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, DURHAM 

IF-YOU-CAN'T-BEAT-'EM CATEGORY 

BANK OPENS NETWORK 

BANK CARD USED TO ROB ACCOUNT 

N.C. BANK GROUP CONSIDERS MERGER 

DESPITE COSTS, AUTOMATED TELLERS LIKELY TO STAY 

AUTO 



PENNEY'S 
N.C. MAN 
EOMISTEN 
CAR CARE 
CAR CARE 



C I 


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l/lT/ei, 


N F 
P 


S I T 

E L Y 

DATE C P& L P 


aYL 




S 2 
H ?. 


3/17/S3 A 1 N 
'./21/fl3 A 1 5 N 


F30 





H 




1/27/B3 A 


10 


N 


H 




J/03/83 e 


1 


' N 


S 




3/l<./n3 A 


A 


F 


"i 




3/17/83 A 


1 


tl F30 


H 




6/01/83 A 


H 


N 


•; 




6/13/83 A 


i. 


E 


H 




6/lh/83 A 


6 


N 


H 




6/18/B3 A 


1 


N 


H 




6/23/83 A 


!■> 


N 


s 




7/05/93 A 


<• 




H 




9/23/83 A 


1 


N 


H 


Z 


11/30/83 A 


i. 


L 



S 2 5/1T/83 D 1 P F 

H 2 5/19/83 IDF 

S 2 10/18/83 D 1 P F 

H 2 10/19/83 1 P F 



? 1/17/63 A 5 
2 5/23/83 A 1 
2 5/2'./B3 a 1 



S 2 0/13/93 A 



2/03/93 B 

2/0'./83 B 

<./20/93 C 

<./29/83 C 

5/17/93 D 

5/19/93 D 

5/28/83 A 

10/19/83 

10/19/83 D 

U/11/93 U 

11/18/93 C 

12/26/83 A 



1/23/93 

7/l'./93 

7/25/83 

10/06/83 

12/06/93 



S 2 12/16/83 A 



S 2 12/03/93 A 1 



22 

2 



AUTOMOBILE TITLES 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

1-DAY TITLE SERVICE TO BEGIN 

AUTOMOTIVE CONSUMER ACTION PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER PROTECTION 

AUTO DEALERS TO OFFER CONSUMER PROGRAM 
N.C. NEW-CAR BUYERS HAVE AOOEO PROTECTION 

AUTOPSIES 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EXAMINER 

DURHAM OA PROBING DEATHS OF FATHER, SON 

CASTLEBERRY AUTOPSY DUE 

INFORMATION OF AUTOPSY UNAVAILABLE 

DURHAM MAN DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES 

MAN'S DEATH NATURAL 

CASTLEBERRY CASF PROBE CONTINUES 

SCIENTIST SAYS AUTOPSIES USED FAR TOO SELDOM 

AUTOPSY SHOWS MAN FOUND IN BlilNED HOUSE WAS SHUT 

AUTOS ISFE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 
SEE ALSO AiR CAR 

SEE ALSO Chrysler corp. 

SEE also fobo motor en. 

see also gasoline tanks 

SEE also general motors 

SEE ALSO hotrods 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 

SEE ALSO TOYOTAS 

SEE ALSO TRANSMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

AUIO FOUND IN KERR LAKE 

MAIL-ORDER CAR DEALER IS IN N.C. 

JUBILi^E WILL TEST THE SILVER STREAK 

HE SIRE-E-ETCHEO CARS' TO MAKE LO-O-ONG LIMOS 

AUTOS, ABANDONED ' 

PATROL Checks vehicles left alongside roads 

row TIME FOR stranded CARS VARIES 

AUTOS, ANTiauE 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO MODEL A FORD 

N.C. MAN TURNS HOBBY INTO BUSINESS 

SHE'S A BEAUTY 

TAR WHEEL A'S RECAPTURE RAPTLHE 



H 1 5/19/83 B 1 



H 


? 


12/07/83 


A 


10 


s 


2 


12/26/83 


A 


*. 


H 


? 


3/23/83 


A 




s 


? 


3/23/93 


C 




H 


? 


3/2A/93 


A 


1 ' 


H 


? 


3/27/93 


A 




S 


> 


3/28/83 


(. 




s 


? 


3/29/83 


h 




H 


? 


9/05/83 


11 




H 


I 


12/03/93 


B 





H 2 
H 2 



1/27/93 

2/02/93 

6/03/83 

12/22/93 



"./IZ/RS 
12/31/83 



ID 
IP 



S 2 <./20/83 C 15 N 

H 2 6/27/83 B 1 P P F70 

H 2 8/21/93 D 1 P F C19 



MONTHLY/*^ 



INDEX 
W/51/83 



s u s J t c r s 



PACc '.b 
l/l7/8"i 



fHiOlIF TnjK TMP prize at OfA^tJOKN 
^X-ShoKMOBlLt "fUL h WlNNI^^ AWARDS 
SANIA TRUCK 

AUTOS, aLuF LlGMTi 

^ BldE^UciTs'sOMEflMES SIGNAL DANGEK 

AilTnS. BREAKING AND ENTERING ,„, 

°U BREAiJlRG AND ENTERING. «uTOS 

AUTOS, DEALERS 

III Jtio N'^o'luTSto^LE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 

"Lcn'?.R'D^.LESs°^PpEsl NE. FRANCHISE .ILL 

SylT§'^s5p^rv^^^fSEi%rBSrERS. NEEDS 

•^'?|J PV^eSsE plates. DURHAM 
111 MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

'"'iU rdh'iiVa EXHAUST SYSTEMS 

''i,i'r..!,r°ToTikrri^^ eor d^tv »■« 

ilR still NEEDS CLEANING. EPA SAYS 
CLEANING UP JUR AIR 

AUTOS, E^f^i ,|''M^'^'*' 

sIe also ENERGY CONSERVATION, N. C . 
SEE ALSO GASOLINE HICESGE 

CURBS NEEOEH ON GAS GUZZLERS 

HIS DREAM IS CAR RUN BY AIR 

AUTOS. fIRES 

*^MAN'"FOUNCl''DEAo''iN'bURNING AUTl 
SiS FOOnO DEAD IN CAR THAT BURNED 
AUTOPSY SHOUS NO VIOLENCE 
AUTOPSY SHOWS MAN DIED IN AUTl FIRE 
FIRE DESTROYS CAR 
A QUICK DRINK COOLS OFF CAR 

""TEESl'putL^IRL FROM BURNING CAR 

""[!iPshsis-?S?:??I?l''^Mt^RS BILL AMENDMENT 

•LEMON LAM- NOT SOUR ^,^ 

LEMON LAW TO A ID AUTO OWNE RS 

^PemS^LaS'; m '"^ElII °Bi} CONSUMER HOLDS KEY 
N.c" NEW-CAR BUYERS AaVE AOOEO PROTECTION 

"^'?ll ^A^^S'SiToS'IlHICLE STICKERS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO PROPFRTY TAXES, 

SEE ALSO TAXES. DURHAM COUNTY 

'n.i,',t\lr^ni/^"°o'roLl"'lj'^ TAX FROM EVADERS 
ra°u?.'uV,]\ ^b&G^'oN TAX DELINQUENTS 

^p3^2^;Tr?ii°LfsT5;!rTS'j?Gr.j'Si;rw^E?in^"^uRHAM COUNTY 

'"'?eE 5uT0S^SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 
SEE CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE FORD MOTOR CO. 
see GENERAL MOTORS 

AUTOS. SAFETY 

SEE AUTO SAFETY 

'"'"|T5hl2T?"Ji5lsrc'il?l«LeSPLA. 

h^c'KLENJ^RS'Ieic'iES ^TEiiS^E BILL REVIVED 

^eS^pen'siSe'spE^tI^'c^aI's'Iell well in N.C. ,,, 

FEaSs ABOUT CAR PRICES VOICED ON DEALER BILL 

AUTOMOBILE SALES BOOM IN OURHA M 

STATE TAXES VEX HORSE- TR AOING 

CAR FRAUD CHARGES «"£ F LED 

nFw car supply lags BFhINO BUYERS' NEEDS 

SALES-TAX STuOY SOUGHT 

N.C. CAR SALES INCREASE IM 

DURHAM AUTO SALES INCREASE 

AUTOS. THEFTS 

SEE ALSO ROBdFRY, N.C. 

^^^oSfe^^RE'"V^"n?CTJS'^VvEHICLFS CASE 
CAR THEFT CHARGE FILED 
STOLEN HANDBAG RETURNED 
i CARS RECOVERED 
3 CARS STOLEN. LOOTED 
CAR IS STOLEN 

f;?i'Dlf;'S^A?°VH?Y COULO FOR YOUNG MAN 
TWO PLEAD GUILTY IN VEHICLE CASE 
TEEM-AGFR FACES 7 CHARGES 

r?Ei;i't^A^Rj"ED'LirH"^is°;2J.<-.Ns 

E™UTIEi''c^Aig? r°M^^''wITH ATTEMPTED CAR ThEFT 
CAR ROBBERY WORTH SliBOO 
MAN CHARGED IM CARY ROBBERY 

h'il^, 'T?rN^iG°EriS^JgEj"^E!ER ^O-Mice CAR CHASE 
ilLMINGTON MAN LEADS PSO ON "l (^HT^PEE ?„f "«E 
WOMAN USES BABY HOAX IN BID TO FIND STOLEN CAR 
POLICE INVESTIGATE CAR THEFT 

A COMMON FRUSTRATION TuccTt 

DURHAM BELOW NATIONAL AVERAGE FOR CAR THEFTS 
CAR REPORTED STOLEN 
CAR SAID STOLEN 



H 2 li/21/R3 
S 5 lO/U/93 
S 2 12/17/83 



C PG L P BYL 

P F Cl'» 

P F 

P P T37 



H 2 './Q7/l'3 A 4 



H 2 5/13/93 
S 2 7/08/83 
S 2 9/23/83 



7/27/83 
7/28/83 
7/30/83 
0/O')/83 
10/2I/"3 
10/22/33 



1 N T32 
1 N T32 



E 

N K90 
N K90 



7/01/83 A ■; 
7/1R/03 A 10 



1/22/83 
1/22/83 
1/23/93 
l/2'./83 
9/l<./93 
9/1S/B3 
9/23/83 
12/28/83 



6/17/93 
6/24/83 
6/25/B3 
6/2 7/93 
7/04/83 
8/01/B3 
12/26/83 



11/10/83 
11/12/93 
11/25/83 
11/26/83 
12/29/83 



N 0<.6 

E 

N J56 

E 

N J56 



2/07/83 C 

3/22/83 A 

<,/30/83 A 

5/02/83 A 

5/31/83 B 

6/12/93 A 

7/08/83 A 

8/0<./83 A 

9/01/83 C 

9/23/83 A 

11/04/83 B 

11/14/83 A 

12/29/83 A 





M 






N 






N 






N 


T^2 




b 




? ? 


N 






N 


T32 



1 P N C60 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H I 

S 2 

H 2 

5 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

5 2 

S 2 

S 2 



1/19/93 
1/29/93 
1/31/93 
2/01/83 
2/01/83 
3/10/83 
3/21/93 
4/01/83 
4/01/93 
4/09/93 
4/19/93 
5/09/83 
5/10/83 
5/11/93 
5/12/93 
5/14/83 
5/26/83 
6/01/93 
7/04/93 
7/18/83 
7/30/83 
8/05/93 
8/13/83 
9/13/93 
9/22/83 



12 

1 



A -l P N B51 

B 8 N 

C 1 N 

C 1 N 

U 1 N 

A 9 N 

A 1 3 N 

A 10 N 

A 2 N 

C 1 N 

C 15 N 

C 1 N F30 



MONTH 



LY/AN'SUAL 
1/01/83 



1)33 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE "ir 
l/17/8<. 



RDBheR TAKES MONEY, CAR 

YOUTH FACES CHARGES 

CAR THEFT CASE LEAOS TO CULLOJHEt 

fAYETTEVILLE MAN FACES CHAPEL HILL THFFT CHARGE 

POLICE SAY AUTO STOLEN 

CAR THEFT REPORTED 

l')a3 CAB STOLEN 

CAR STOLEN; PASSENGER SUSPECTFU 

CONSPIRACY CHARGED IN STOLEN : AR CASE 

<i YOUTHS AR5ESTE0 AFTER HIGH-SPEED CHASF 

LARCENY CHARGE LODGED 

AUTOS, VANDALISM 

SEE ALSO VANDALISM, DURHAM 

Two TEENS FACE ARREST , . , _,,,, 

POLICE BELIEvF FAD CAUSE OF AJTD INSIGNIA THEFTS 
VANDALS HIT CARS, 5 SCHOOL BUSES IN CHAPEL HILL 
CAR UINOUHS BROKEN 
BB GUN SNIPER'S AIM COSTLY 

"""^AVERY'ciuNTY'ulLL CELEBRATE ITS T.'NO BIRTHDAY 
FIRM DROPS FURTHER DEVELOPMENT PLANS 
RIDGES IN THE PUBLIC EYE 
AVERY COUNTY PROTECTS RIDGES 

AVEKY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
BAN EXTENDED 

AVIATION GROUP INC* 

AIR FREIGHT COMPANY REPORTS EARNINGS UP 
AVIATION GROUP NET EARNINGS STAR IN YEAR 
AVIATION GROUP TO OFFER DEBENTURES 
AIR FIRM INCOME UP 



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AVONDALE MILLS 

TO BUY PLANT 



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AWARDS ^ , 

SEE ALSO AFRO AMERICAN LIFE AChI 
SEE ALSO ALBERT SCHHEIIZEfi INTE^ 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SFE ALSO BRONiE STAR 
SEE ALSO C. KNOX MASSEY DISTING.I 
SEE ALSO CARLIE 6. SESSOMS AuAft3 
SEE ALSO CIVIC HONOR AWARDS 
SEE ALSO OUKE AWARD ' 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL ^ 
SEE ALSO FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTUM 
SEE ALSO "FLEECE OF THE YEAR" 
SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS AWA 
SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION S 
SEE ALSO JEFFERSON AWARDS 
SEE ALSO KATHARINE SMITH DEBERRY 
SEE ALSO LIBERTY BELL AWARD 
SEE ALSO LITA ANNENBERG HAZEN AJ 
SEE ALSO NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRIZE 
SEE ALSO 0. MAX GARDNER AWARD 
SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING YOUTH VOLUM 
SEE ALSO PATTERSON MEDAL 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH DINGMAN AWARD 
SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 
SEE ALSO REWARD 

SEE ALSO ROBERT R. HERMANN AwARI 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO TEACHER OF THE YEAR awa 
SEE ALSO thom mcan football TROP 

SEE ALSO THOMAS JEFFERSON AWARD 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT AJ 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL Hi 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HI 
SEE ALSO WATAUGA MEDALS 
SEE ALSO WILLIAM A. KIRKLANO AWA 
HELMS TO RECEIVE AWARD 
OUKE GROUP OFFERS AWARD FOR NJ 
SERVICE TO MANKIND 
JAYCEES SEEK NOMINATIONS FOR 
JALUVKA TO GET AwARD 
8ARRIE BERGMAN WINS AWARD 
CLUB PRESENTS AWARD 
2 WIN STATE YOUNG ARTIST COMPE 
BANK VICE PRESIDENT WINS JAYCE 
CADWALLADFR RECEIVES TOP JAYCF 
SCHOOLS, COUNTY, WIN AWARD 
CREDIT DUE THESE PEOPLE 
OUKE NURSING GROUP CREATES 
WAR REMEMBRANCE 
SAMPSON WINS AWARD 
JEFF CHAMPION WINS AWARDS 
DUKE'S LINJEROTH HONORED 
LINOERQTH GETS AWARD 
ARTS COUNCIL WINS AWARD 
MISS TROTTER WINS AWARD 
N.C. LICENSE PLATE IS AWARD Wl 
BENNETT wINS AWARD FOR UNOERS' 
CLUB RECOGNIZES OFEDS 
GROUP HONORS YEAGER 
SHERRI JO FURR WINS ROGERS PHA 
LYLES RECEIVES AWARD 
NCSU HONORS ROXBORO MAN 
AWARDS: RESEARCHER SAYS THEY m 
SCIENCE. HATH SCHOOL TEACHER R 
DOOM GETS MEDAL 
AVERAGE FOLK 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES HONOR SANFO 
DURHAM PAINTER WINS VA. AWARD 
CITIZENSHIP AWARDS 

dukf professor FMFRITUS TO REr 

ELON TEACHER GETS AWARD 

DR. aUSSE GETS MEDICAL HONOR 

DAVIS AWARD GIVEN 

AWARDS: DURHAM HONORS MELISSA 

YWCA PROJECT TO HONOR WORKING 

STUDENTS WIN WRITING AWARDS 

AMERICANISM AWARD 

2 DURHAM STUDENTS GET SCIENCE. 

RECEIVE AWARDS 

NEWSLETTER RECEIVES AWARD 

AWARDS TO 3F GIVEN ON CULTURE 

RFILLEY AWARD APPLICANTS SOUGH 

GOOD CITIZENS 

SERVICE AHARO 



EVEMENT AWARDS 
NATIONAL PRIZES 
, AWARDS 

ISHED SERVICE AWARD 



OSPIIAL, AWARDS 
ATHLETES 



RDS 

OCIEIY OF N.C INC. 



L CORNELIA "NENA" MARSHALL 
iRO 



TEER Award 



DEBERRY SCHOLARSHIP FU.MO 



RD 

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lUNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILLI 

AROS 

LL, AWARDS 

LL, CHANCELLOR'S ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY 

RD 

RSING 

WARDS 



TITION 

ES' SERVICE AWARD 

6 HONOR 



SI, ODD AWARD 



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A STUDY 



RMACY AWARD 



AY NOT IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY 
ECEIVES AWARD 



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EIVE AWARD 



DUFFY 

WOMEN ACHIEVERS 



MATH AWARUS 



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1/12/83 
l/l<./83 
1/18/83 
l/l')/83 
2/01/83 
2/02/83 
2/06/83 A 
2/09/83 B 
2/09/83 C 
2/10/83 A 
2/16/83 A 
2/16/83 A 
2/21/83 C 
3/10/83 3 
3/2<./83 D 
3/28/83 B 
3/29/83 B 
<./14/a3 C 
'./l<./83 A 
<t/2I/83 A 
<,/22/83 
5/03/83 
5/04/83 
5/02/83 
5/05/83 
5/07/83 
5/1 1/83 
5/12/83 
5/13/83 
5/18/83 
5/18/83 
5/20/83 
5/21/83 
5/25/83 
5/26/83 
6/01/83 
6/02/83 
6/16/83 
6/19/83 
7/l<./83 
7/17/83 
7/25/83 
7/26/83 
9/00/83 
9/08/83 
9/15/83 
10/08/83 
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COUNSELOR GETS ixAHn 

STUDENTS GIVEN WRITING AMARDS ^„,., . .,„ 

HEAO HF SURGERY AT DUKE WINS ACHIEVEMENT AwARO 

ORANGE STAFF WINS AWARD 

2 IN HONOR SGC lETY 

HURPHY GETS SING AWARD oc. ,TinKi< 

DUKE PROF GETS AwARO FOR HELP IN RACc RELATIONS 

BING AWARD MADE , „,„ 

FRIDAY BIG DAY FOR PRESIDENT =R1DAY 

STEAD GETS 1963 AWARD FOR WOR< 

GET AWARDS 

ELON STUDENT WINS AWARD 

OR.'ROBFRTrRECEIVES DISTINGUISHED CAREER AWARD 

KlNANSVULTFARiER CITED FOR CONSERVATION 

skarulis gets award , „ „„^„ 

duke official ms. skarulis is honored 
duke doctor receives award 
awards presented ,,, 

ouke professor gets award for forest wurk 
roberts gets award 

AiALEA FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO WILMINGTON, N.C. ^crr,,,., 

BLOOMS SHOW IT'S TIME FOR N.C. AZALEA FESTIVAL 
SINGER JOHNNY MATHIS SIGNS FO^ AZALEA FEST 

AZALEAS 

PLANTIN- TIME 
SPRING BLOSSOMS 
GARDEN BOASTS AZALEAS 



R C G PIPE SHOP, INC. 
THIEF DROPS LOOT. 



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GUN 

SHOT^SHATTERS WINDOW OF DURHA1 SCHUOL BUS 

PELLET HITS BUS 

BP GUN SNIPER'S AIM COSTLY 

'^ORug'tREATmENT CENTER PROBED 
BF CENTERS TO CLOSE 

**THE ioRLO's'LARGEST PRODUCER IF TOBACCO ALSO OwNS FOOD, 

^''c5hpIny°WANTS°I0 build power plant at JORDAN DAM 

"^g^PS 'pgojECTs'sLATEO .16.7 MILLION IN ■ 8<. BUDGET 
POACHING JORDAN BASS ,.,„,,, 

MORE RECREATION AREAS BEING BJILT 
BILL TO PROVIDE JOBS AT LAKES 
SMALL BASS AT JiTRDAN LAKE TEMPT FISHERMEN 

3SSAS'F'llR'ED'3RS2N'E%"I|y^S BOAT CATCHES ON FIRE 

PREGNANT WOMAN FEARED DROWNED 

RECREATION CONTRACTS ARE LET 

SEARCH TO RESUME FOR MISSING -iOMAN 

SEARCH CONTINUES AT LAKE 

SEARCH CONTINUES ON LAKE 

WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN JORDAN 

SEWAGE DISCHARGE INTO TWO LAKES HAL T 60 1 ZO DAYS 

JORDAN LAKE RECEIVES STOCKING DF H;5«'P„8*" 

LAKES' ALGAE PROBLEMS SHOULD S URPR I SE NO ONE 

CITY MAY BE ASKED TO CLEAN ITS SEWAGE PLANTS 

LEGISLATURE TO STUDY WATER IN JORDAN LAKE, HAW PIVER 

Owisi MAY isK CUSTOMERS TO S TT P USING PHOSPHATES 

PHOSPHATE MEASURES APPROVED 

IMPROVED LAKE OUALITY SOUGHT 

CITY MUST BEGIN WAR ON ALGAE 

SLOWDOWN SOUGHT ON HALTING POLLUTANT ,,,„t 

council; POLLUTED LAKES NOT S:iLELY CITY'S FAULT 

CITY GETS S629,000 FOR JOBS 

JORDAN WAT£R PLAN WILL BE 0PPJS6D 

OWASA TO OPPOSE LAKE RECLASSIFICATION 

PATROLS CUT LARCENIES. VANDALISM AT JORDAN LAKE 

HEARING ON LAKES TONIGHT 

SPEAiERs''FAVOH*iMPROVlNG LAKES, DISAGREE ON MEANS 

SWIMM'^R HIT BY BOAT WAS UNDER WATER 

IMPROVED LAKE WATER QUALITY SJPPORTED 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS FIND JORDAN LAKE RELICS CLUE TO PAST 

JORDAN LAKE WATER SAMPLE ICARTOONI ,c,.c. c 

CITIES ARE STUDYING WAYS TO CUT PHOSPHORUS LEVELS 

CITY'S CLEANUP EFFORT AT LAKES GETS PRAISE 

SO FAR, NEW LAKES FREE OF UNDESIRABLE ALGAE 

SCIENTIST SAYS ALGAE MAY FLOLRISH ON LAKES 

JORDAN LAKE BECOMES SUMMER ATTRACTION 

SOAP INDUSTRY TO FIGHT ChEmIOL BAN 

PANEL TO GET PRESENTATION ON POLLUTIUN 

PANEL REJECTS HIGHWAY MORATORIUM 

DURHAM PHOSPHATE WAR HITS HABITS AND WALLETS 

DAMS POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO PHOSPHATES 

SMALL DAM PROPOSAL MAKES GOOD SENSE 

BACTERIA THAT GOBBLE UP PHOSPHATES MAY HELP LAKE 

JORDAN WATE" ok REVERSED 

CHATHAM BOARO D'^FERS ACTION ON ZONING 

JORDAN LAKE VISITED BY MILLION IN YEAR 

SEWAGE RATES COULD INCREASE USDER PROPUSAL 

CITY PANEL FAVQPS JOINT STUDY OF LAKE 

JORDAN, FALLS LAKES RECLASSIFIED 

CITY MUST REDUCE PHOSPHORUS LiVELS 

CITY IS TOLD IT MUST REMOVE PHOSPHORUS 

PHOSPHATE BAN WON'T HELP LAKE--ROLAN 

CITIES IGNORE RESPONSIBILITIES 

HUNT URGES RTP BUFFER ZONE 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR NOT NEEDED 

BAN DN PHOSPHATE DETERGENTS FAVORED 

DEVELOPMENT MORATORIUM CQNSIOFREO 

RFCREATION AREA CONTRACT LET 

GENERATING PLANTS EYED AT TWO LAKES 

BUILDING BAN AT LAKE REJECTED 

CHATHAM WILL NOT IMPOSE DEVELIPMENT MORATORIUM 

TOUGH RULES SOUGHT FOR LAKESIDE PROJECTS 

LAKES PROPOSAL WORRIES CITY 

POWELL CRITICIZES WATER QUALITY PLAN 

CI" " ■"" " " " 



<ii PERCENT IN SURVFY 



CITY WANTS LAKESIDE PROJECTS JULES EASED 
WATER-QUALITY PROPOSAL A DEVASTATING 'QUICK 
CITY OFFERS LAKE LAND DFVELOiSmENT PROPOSALS 
GUIDELINES GIVEN FOR PROTECTING LARES 



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U/07/S3 
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12/09/83 
12/12/83 
12/13/83 
12/l'./a3 
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12/16/83 
12/20/83 
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N 


H 2 


5/21/93 3 




N 


H 2 


5/22/83 C 




N 


H 2 


5/23/83 B 




N 


H 2 


6/10/83 3 




H N 


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7/10/83 B 


I 1 


N W60 


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7/l'./a3 A 




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N J56 


H 2 


7/21/63 A 


17 


N 046 


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7/21/83 B 




N W36 


H 3 


7/22/83 B 




N W36 


S 2 


7/22/83 A 




N 


H 2 


7/29/83 A 




N 


S 2 


7/29/83 C 




N K90 


S 2 


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N K9D 


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9/03/83 B 




N S51 


H 3 


9/04/83 B 




N W36 


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8/05/83 8 




N E75 


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N K90 


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N 046 


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N H60 


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N 046 


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9/18/83 A 




N J56 


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T T R56 


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N T32 


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N F75 


S 2 


8/29/83 A 


10 


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S 2 


9/30/83 A 




N T32 


H 2 


9/06/83 C 




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N J56 


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9/12/93 A 




N 046 


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9/15/83 A 




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H 2 


9/23/83 B 




N 881 


H 1 


10/04/83 B 




N H6D 


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10/05/83 8 




N H60 


H 2 


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N 046 


H 2 


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N 046 


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LARf RULES; STATE MAY USE PBESSUKF 

HASTE IS wa«ST MOTIVE FOR PUS^INU LAnE RULES 

EROSION, ALr.AF GROWTH BIGGEST WATER THREATS 

POwfLL; LAKES ACTION WAS OONE DELIBERATELY 

DEADLINE SET FOR JORDAN LAKE ZONING 

CHATHAM bOARO WANTS URDINANCE 

STATE MAy HEEn DURHAM'S PLEAS ON LAKE RULES 

MINIMIZING EFFECTS OF WATER PLANS SOUGHT 

MAIN POLLUTANT IS 'PLAIN DIRT.' GRIMSLEY SAYS 

RABCOCK AND WILCOX (NUCLEAR PLANT OESICNERSI 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR SAFETY RULES 

WILMINGTON LOSING PLANT AND 6'> JOSS 

BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
BABE auTH CHAMPS 
BASEBALL CHAMPS 

"iJlBeS IN TOYLANO lOANCEl 

•TQYLAND' SHINES, WITHOUT ST»=S 

*"'''.elBY\'lT'rYOuJ IS A FUNNY, =OIGNANT FILM 
•BABY' SEEMS FOR, AND BY, TEEN-AGERS 

a AC hP I nft s 

3 TAR HEELS SAID AMONG CAPITAL'S MOST ELIGIBLE 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., CURRICULUM 

DISCIPLINE, STANDARDS ARE aYw:iROS AT MERR IC K-HOOR E 

BACK TO MCGUFFEY'S READERS 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS CHARY 

HUNT BACKS EMPHASIS ON BASICS IN EDUCATION 

BACKACHE 

SEE ALSO PAIN 

BACKACHE PAIN TO BE TOPIC OF DISCUSSION 

BACTERIA 

SEE ALSO COLIFORM BACTERIA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 

SEE ALSO INFECTIONS 

BACTERIA Thrive on warm weather 

bacteria that gobble up phosphates may help lake 

Bad checks 

SEE ALSO Checking accounts 

accused COMMISSIONER SAYS HE JAS SINGLED OUT 

MICA EXEC NAMED IN CHECK WARRANTS 

MICA OFFICIAL FACES Z CHARGES 

WARRANTS ISSUED AGAINST AMICK 

MICA'S AMiCK ARRESTED ON BAD '.HECK WARRANTS 

LAWYERS APPOINTED FOR MICA OFFICIALS 

2 MICA OFFICIALS FILE FOR COU' T- APPOl NTFO LAWYERS 

BAD CHECK TRIGGERS BANK ALARM 

JUDGE URDERS CLEVELAND COUNTY MAGISTRATE FIRED 

LIICAMA POLICE CHIEF ARRESTED 

JUDGE DELAYS SENTENCING AMICK, ASSOCIATE 

AMICK, ROSENMARKlE are SENTENIEO 

MICA OFFICIALS GET SUSPENDED JAIL SENTENCES 

500 BLANK CHECKS TAKEN IN BREAK-IN AT REALTY OFFICE 

TWO MEN CHARGED .ITH FORGING ZHECKS 

BAD DEBTS 

SEE ALSO PANKOyPTCY 
SEE ALSO DEBTS 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

HOSPITAL'S WARNINGS GET PATIENTS TO PAY 

BAO LOANS OISCLOSURE RULE HIT 

MICA FILES FOR REORGANIZATION 

MICA FILES TO REORGANIZE 

BUSINESSMAN ADMITS DEBT TO ESTATE 

ROSMAN ABC STORE CLOSED wITH lEBTS 

JAIL SOURS N.r. MAN'S 'FAIRY TALE' FIND 

MARION, DANK REPORT DEBT TO BE SETTLED 

RAHA'l FAITH „ , 

DEATH BY REVOLUTION; THE EXECJTION OF FAkHANG MAVAUDAT 
EXCELLENT REPORTING 
OISCUSS POETRY 

BAHA'IS TO HOLD SPECIAL SERVICE 
BAHA'IS SPONSOR PEACE PROGRAM 
BAHAMS OBSERVING WORLD PEACE DAY 
BAHA'IS WILL CELEBRATE EVENT 

HOW TIMES on Chance: city gets new railroau 

PARADE SATURDAY 

BAHAMA CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, DURHAM 
BAHAMA CHRISTMAS PARADE 
CHRISTMAS PARADES 

I 
BAHAMA RURI TAN CLuB 
AWARD WINNERS 

SAHAMAS I ISLANDS! 

REPORTER RECALLS ISLAND IDYLL; WISH I wEkE HERE 



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SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

HUNT'S PLAN ON DENYING BAIL C'lTICIZEO 
MURDER CASE LOW BOND IS CRITICIZED 
CONSOLIDATION OF STATE GARAGES PROPOSED 
BONDSMAN Charged in PURSUIT 0= CLIENT 
BILL WOULD EXPAND DENIAL OF BAIL 
BAIL BONDSMAN, WORKER CHARGED 
BONDSMAN CHARGED 

BOUNTY HUNTER'S CARD SENDS RU=lbER RUNNING 
BONDSMAN FINED FOR BOUNTY HUNTER 



BAILEY 
R 
»'.,600 DIAMOND RING STOLEN 



T, BANKS AND RIDDLE JEWELRY 
RINGS WORTH »'.,250 STOLEN 



BAILIFFS 

SEE COURTS, 



DURHAM COUNTY, BAILIFFS 



bakatsias (durham, n.c.i 

Teen charged in break-in 

BAKATSIAS RESTAURANT (HAW RIVER, N. C . 1 



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WATER LINf VJTE AGAIN 3 TO 2 
2S0 ynijTH CHARGfO IN BRE*K-In 

lAKEOY. CO'lFECnOmtV ANO TJPACCO JJIXFitS UNION 

" liEMCAN TjnArCO UOitKERS OK TIREE-YEAB CONTOaCT 
AMERICAN W3?S6R5 OK PACT 

XALANCEO GRaxTH 

SEE iNOUSTRlAL'DEveLUPMENT, ■'J;^- .,.,, 
SEE N.C. STATE COALS AND POLICY BOARD 



7/22/P3 
a/15/»3 



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BALO EAGLE 

SEE EAGLES 

'*'-° TIJJs'mr-'to buy bald HEAU r.L.NO 

'"' llS0lSrJS3.i^^t5is,PLEASE^AN.^T,RE ^^^^ ^^,..^,^ 

""1SlyEoi?NG"s^sfe^?siT°;i5?!^^rjjf.sip;"';::;^:^^^- 

SmI loss victims ORGANIZE TO SEEK SUPPOkT, kESEaRCH 
DURHAM MAN WINS iSALOMEAOS AWA^ 

"'""IKilJSiN!? ^^aSInGS SCHEOULEn _ ^. ^^^ 
niWHAM MAN yANTS MlS LIFE SAVlNGi HACK 
APERREO IN REPORTING TMO FIRMS BANKRUPT 

SSsuSanCE HF^InGS^IrF RECESSFO until NOV. 
OFFICIAL REFUSES TO ENO HEARHGS IN ANNUITY 
?N0isTRY ASSN. "ELIEVED LIAEL^^ FOR ANNUITIE 

NGRAM GIVES FOUR DAYS FOR AP^EJ^ 
ORDER TP PAY ANNUITY MOLOEkS APPEALED 
INGRAM SIGNS ANNUITY ORDER; APPEAL VOWED 

^"■^"i^R-f^Gi?^'}^"iET NEW CAFETERIA 
CAFETERIA RETURNING 

BALLET 

SEE ALSO OANCF ,^,^ 

NEW liORLOS TO CONQUER 



CASE 
S SOLO BY 



"''■'■"gEORGIA BOfS BALLOON -BACK HIME- IN N.C. 
MANDFULS OF BALLOONS 
FOLKS AflOUNO HERE: LIFE IN OlHHAM 
AOVENTuRERS: he soared IN HIS LIWNCHAIR... 
COME HEPEt BALLOON! 

FCLKs"aFOUNo''hER£: what THE MAILMAN oROUGHT 
THERE GO THEIR BEAUTIFUL BALLOONS 
BALLOONS FOR PEACE 
N-PLANT PROTEST 

BALLOONS. HOT AIR 

SEE HOT AIR 6ALL00NS 

""•'•"g^^RBogo'REchvES DEVELOPMENT GRANT 

BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 
BLIND CENSORS 

""■"SSfnl-SfcE'NOT DRAFTEES- GARDEN SPOT 
AT RANDOM 

BALTIMORE ORIOLES 

SEE ALSO PASE°ALL . 

TAKE THE O'S. PHILL ES 
ONE VOTE FOR THF PHILLIES 
Q»S WHAT A TEAM 

SAMlil 

RFST IN PEACc ,_ 
BAHBI AND THUMPER 

SANCLUB 

SEE ALSO BANKS. N.C. 

BANCLUB SPRINGING UP IN SMALL: 

"'■^^t'ALSn'i.C. CFNTRAL UNIV.. BA-:DS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. U.S.. BANOS 
BAND FESTIVAL SET SUNDAY 

'*''°k;^"ANn'5LrNH&slC FlO- at chapel hill firms 



R N.C. BANKS 



BANK DEPOSITS 



CITY SCHOOL BOARD CONSIDERING CHANGE 
S.. FAILURES 



IN DANK DEPOSIT POLICY 



BA^.K FAILURES 
SEE BANKS. 



""sEE^ERG^RS IGENE»AL HEADING! 



SEE 

AANK ROBBERIES. ojOmAM 

SEE ALSO A R^EO ROBBERY. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBFRY. DURHAM 

T.T^.l'Zur,r'.°uO ^ES'?HSS?L,''t?TER BANK HOLDUP 

eSS2AS'e"NrRSgSES^%0LICE NA, VIRGINIA M.N 
SUSPECT ARRESTED SOON AFTER HTLDUP 
ASKEW APPEARS IN COURT TODAY 

MAN Charged in cary robbery 

ROBOER GETS 2n-YEAR TERM „„,,,,, 
MAN FINDS ROBBERY NOT WORTH T)0U3LE 



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sme liYS snahtRY jiisr isn't PKOFifABLE 

F«IL60 BCnOfRY SUSPECT ASPESTCO 

POLICE «RRESr MiN IN RUBBERY ITTEMPT 

CH4DGE IS flLEO IN ROPBERY TRY 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE BANK R08UE0: SOSPFCT EiCAPES 

RnaBEB IS SOUGHT 

ATTEMPTED OUfiHAM BANK RUBBERY TRIAL lONTINUES 

THREE MEN ROB BANK NEAR RTP 

i MEN SOUGHT AFTER BANK IN R6''.EARCM PARK ROBBEO 

OURHAH DEPUTIES FIND VAM USED IN RTP BANK ROBBERY 

BANK RUBBERS' GETAriAY VAN FOUND 

AUTHORITIES TRACE STOLEN VAN JSFD INHOLDUP TO COLUMBIA, S.C. 

WOMAN FREED AFTFR BANK BUBBfRY 

SUSPECT SOUGHT IN KIDNAP AND -lURHAM BANK ROBBERY 

FBI CONTINUES PROBE INTO DURHAM BANK HEIST 

NCNB COURIER BEATEN. ROBBEO 

COURIER MUGGED; BANK BAG TAKEN 

ROBBERY VICTIM IS IDENTIFIED 

NCNB OFFERING 1500 REUARD 

BANK ROBBERIES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY. N.C. 

GUNMAN ROBS RALEIGH BANK 

HAN IN SKIRT ROBS BANK 

SOLVING RCB'ERIES INEXACT SCIENCE 

2 CHARGED IN BANK HOLDUP 

DURHAM MEN Charged in holdup 

TEEN FOILS BANK HOLDUP 

BANK ROBBER PEDALED ArfAY 

BANK IN GREENSBORO RUBBED 

RALEIGH MAN CHARGED UlTH BANK ROBBERY 

MAN APPEALS J-^-YEAR TERM, GETS 50 YEARS 

WOMAN RfLEASen UNHARMED BY BANK ROBBER IN GOLOSTUN 

BANK ROBBER IN CHATHAM STILL SOUGHT 

BANK ROBBER FIRES AT REPORTER 

ONE IS ARRESTFD IN BANK HOLDl*" 

BRUNSWICK OFFICERS SAY tSBO FLUSHED DOwM DRAIN 

FUGITIVE ARRESTED AFTER NAME ADDED TO FBI'S 'BIG SIX' LisT 

BANKERS. DURHAM 

BANKERS FINISH SCHOOL COURSES 

BANKERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSC BANKS. N.C. 

SFE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK '. TRUST CO 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO 

SFE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANKERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SFE ALSO NORTHWESTERN BANK 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO WOMEN. BANKS 

BANKERS SEEK REPEAL OF LAW ON WITHHOLDING 

STATE'S BANKtRS HELPING <.-H'E'S 

BANKERS. POLITICAL ENDORSEMENTS USUALLY DON'T MIX 

BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO BANKS. U.S. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF BANKSI 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

OERFGULATION HURTS BANKS' PROFIT "ARulNS 

BAD LOANS DISCLOSURE RULE HIT 

BANKING LAWS: FEW LEGISLATORS SAY They UNDERSTOnU REVISIONS 

NCNB AWAITING TENN. ACTION ON BANKING BILL 

LESSON IN PFTTINESS 

OPENNESS WORKS 2 WAYS 

BANKS' RULES Changing 

StL SAYS UNAUTHORIZED ACTIONS COST IT 1 1 <, MILLION 
OFFICIALS ASSURE DEPOSITORS Of SURETY FEDERAL SCL CO. 
COMPLYING WITH NEW RULE COSTLY FOR BANKS 
IRS ORDERING BANKS TO ASK FOR NUMBERS 



BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO Bad 
SEE ALSO Cha 
SEE ALSO OEF 
FORMER STA 
COHPANIFS 
AMICK LIST 
AMICK LIST 
MICA SENDS 
MICA OFFIC 
CREDITORS 
AM|CK JUW 
OR AKEFuP D 

orakeford 
foreclosur 
orakeford 
amiCk'S mo 

CARR60K0 M 
BANK CLAIM 
BANK SAYS 
CAHRoOkO M 
LAWYERS AP 
2 MICA OFF 
BANKRUPTCI 
LARRY AMIC 

amiCk: IT' 
MICA TO SF 
FBI PRUBIN 
MICA FILES 
MICA FILES 
SMI Th-DOuC 
HICA F,ECS 
AMICK FORE 
FORECLOSUR 
CLAIMS OF 
JUDGE OK 'S 
LANE POULT 
TAYLOR'S F 
SENATOR SE 
AMICK DEBT 
EX-MILLION 
ENTREPRENE 

XPCL Chang 

BEDDING Fl 
AGENTS SEE 
BANKRUPTCY 
GAS TON I A S 
AMICKS MUS 
LAWYER HAS 
JUDGE RFJE 
JUDGE OK'S 
COMPANY SE 
CONGRESS S 
fEOFRAL JU 



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PTER 13 
AiJLT 

TE GOP LEADE 
SEEKING JEWF 
S ASSETS: »2 
5 ASSETS AND 

CREOITORS N 
lALS PROPOSE 
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TRIFS TO HAL 
E ALLOWED ON 
PLANS PAYMEN 
TEL. PLANE R 
AYOR SAYS OE 
S. AMICK DEN 
AMICK GAVE F 
AYOR PAYS UF 
POINTED FOR 
ICIALS FILE 
ES 

K'S WIFE FIL 
S CHAPTER II 
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G LAKE NO^HA 

FOR REORGAN 

TO RFORGANI 
LASS INC. SE 

ENTER PLEAS 
CLOSURE CASE 
ES ON AMICK' 
11.3 MILLION 

HOUSE SALE 
RY ORDERED T 
IRM SEEKS RE 
E« S TO ABOLI 

PLAN EXTEND 
AIRE'S INCOM 
UR INOICTFD 
ES NAME. OFF 
RM TO FILE F 
K DIAMONDS 

JUDGE ORDER 
HOPPING CENT 
T FILE PLAN 

MONEY TO Gl 
CTS DANCE PL 

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ALSE LOA 
F MOST 3 
HICA nF= 
FOR COUJ 



FDR oANKROPTCY 

•S ASSETS 

ONi OFBTS: «5.7 MILLION 



ANCIAL STRUCTURE 
MICA 



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PHOPERTIFS 

rom protection 
ts Exaggerated 
data falsified 
n information 

F LOAN 
ICIALS 
T-APPOINTEO LAWYERS 

1 ANKRUPTCY 



'IDCR CHAPTER 11 OF U.S. 
3PMENT BANKRUPTCY 



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FOR Mirj 

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N DEVEL3P 
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EKING PIOTECTION FROM ITS CREDITORS 

CONTINJ 

S HOMES 

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CONTINUED BY JUDGE 
GAINST MICA 

TOCK 

BANKRUPTCY 

CYCLE HELMET LAW 

SOCIAL SECURITY 
DERAL COUNTS 
EBT STRUCTURE 
UPTCY 

TO SELL THEIR MOTEL 
BANKRUPTCY PROTECTION 
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o«GE 52 
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'nl'i'^tfA siw-.n'MTiNSioN'nN plan to repay C»EOITa»S 

DisHA" »»N -AMIS MIS LIFE SAVINGS •''Ck 
iP ERBtO IN REPIRTI-IG r-0 HH-i lArjKPUPI 

[uWAtMl HFrRl'Gs"ARE RECtSS=0 JNTIL SO.. !<. 

«rTg5 ii,?.\'id]^in ?r.°B5S]S"i;:NSt??es sold .. z mrhs 

'lac EfFECf HAS »4NRBUPTCIES ON RlSc 
ORDER TO PAY ANNUITY H0L0S8S APPcALEO 
INGSA- SIGNS ANHUITY aHOER; APPEAL VOMtO 

HANHRUPTCY COURT. Oy?"*?o,= T 
SEE U.S. »ANsRUPTCY COURT 



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SEE ALSO AufotATIC BANK TELLERS 
SEE ALSO BAS< OEPOSITS 

SEE ALSO cmec<ing accounts 

SEE ALSO SAfE OEPOSIT BOXES 

m A'tio nVv,i\ ;nS°loIn associations 

"I ^ASs"?L!N;Ti;rEl MACHINE I-:TERCHANGE 

fVnanC lAL^nSTITuTlONS SEE RuSM FOR IRAS 

OPENNESS WCRKS 2 WAYS 

OURHA" BANKS RAISE »« I "E " J^ f. J^ "* 

BANKS IN OuRHAH RAISE PRIME RAI= 

YOUR "ONEY COULO GO TO STATE 

STATE HANDLES OLD ACCOUNTS 

IRS ORTFRISG BANKS TO ASK FOR NUMBERS 

!!^OTM£ls SAYING -MERRY CHRISTMAS' WITH MONEY 



URHAM (S=fc ALSO NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL SCL'Sl 



BANKS. INTERNATIONAL 
GE DEBTS ME-- 
•S FALLING! 



SuGE DEBTS, MENACE -3«'-?oSr*''l iv is^^Ti^irPR I CE OF OIL IS FALLING- (CARTOON. H 



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BANKS. N.C. 

Sfc ALS") PanCLuB 

SEE ALSO CENTRAl'caROUNA bank C T;iUST CO. 

SEE ALSO CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC FUNDS TPAN5-cR 

\\\ ttIS MSFt ^uiIiJ'"-iiT?5rAL'S^Nl^yr.^?: (DIVISION OF FIRST UNION CORP., 

SEE ALSO HOME 3ANK ING 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS , , 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANKERS ASSQCIATnN 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

III JtsO PeANT^irS^TION^L BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO WAChOVIa BANK AND TRUST CD. 

DEREGULATION hurts BANKS- *'?a; ' L "'"^ '"^ 

VAiin :v..'ii: v.riL'T^.nh^^ repealed 

BAD LOANS DISCLOSURE 'ULE MiT r.,^< 
N.C.'S ". LARGFST BANKS POST Pl UF I T GAINS 
N.C. BANKS LOSE BIDDING WAR 
BANKERS SEEK REPEAL OF TAX LAW 



Uge""?! B^Ji^S^i^O-Eo'To'c^ARSE CREDIT CARD FEES 
N.C. PanIs not expecting problems as OIL PRICES FALL 
COMMITTEE STUDIES BANKING LEGISLATION 
i^NSlL^rA^.S^^FL'^ISIsEI^Tigl SAY THEY UNDERSTOOD REVISIONS 

g^::'^By5K^?s'3^i::s^'NrHErt^^s?o^Fi- ''"'' 

WORKERS- COMPENSATION RATE BILL OK-O 
SURVIVAL MEANS Change 

A POOR MAY TO LEGISLATE ^ ,. « , . r ,.^ 

SAM EBvIN SPEAKS OUT AGAINST (IThhOLDING law 

-A^i^L^lTS^IlY V? iVtAth'ToVir BANK LOANS NO- 
STATE TC AUCTION UNCLAIMED ITFMS 

ST 'ISSl Ify^'TLuln^'Mi^l ^S^LS^NG FOR WITHHOLDING LAW 
CaEDITcllo FEES INCREASE BAN( COMPETITION 
SoSf BANKS SOFTEN CREnlT-CARO f E 65 " ' J" 5«f E' |2"S 
BANKERS SAY mONFY wasted on TAJ WITHHOLDING LAW 

rANJI?;S"^^Er"T!;ji'lufEs'^!!sT MUNEY and time 

iI.^«^:"s5v^N5I°^^RMriV?R°ACTE. TO STATE 

OUTSIDE diiKS. 5CLS SEEK N.C. EXPANSION 

PRIME RATE HIKE SOCKS WALL ST. ,,.,, _., c 

BANK EARNINGS GENERALLY HIGH ^ UR I NG F IRS T H ALF 

AT LEAST, THEY WON-T ASK FQR » DRIVER-S LICENSE 

NCNB IS RAISING SOME OF ITS FEES 

BANKS- RULES CHANGING ,„.-. 

N.C. PANK GROUP CONSIDERS MfRlcR 

rnMP. YINC »ITH NEW TULE COSTLY FOR BANKS 

aiNKS-HEArTH CONTINUES SOUND. CuRRIE REPORTS 

'""*^ncn6'''anhounCes fees for CAROS 



BANKS. N.C. SALES ANU EARNINGS 

^nA;l;'SH?^lfs^'rAl'i?:':LE?sSN' 5...BUYIN. lo- and selling high 

tiRFF NORTH CAROLINA BANKS REPORT INC'EASE IN EARNINGS 
B^XkI SeSoSt increased PROFITS^FJR first 6 MONTHS 




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1/09/83 
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1/25/B3 A 
2/02/83 B 
2/07/83 A 
2/17/83 C 
2/l'>/83 A 
2/21/83 A 
2/23/83 A 
2/26/83 A 
2/26/83 A 
3/01/83 B 
3/25/83 C 
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5/12/83 A 
5/2'./83 A 
6/05/83 C 
6/16/83 A 
6/22/83 A 
6/22/83 A 
6/23/83 8 
6/23/13 C 
6/29/93 A 
7/07/83 A 
7/21/83 A 
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INTFKf ST-rtl TmhQLUI NG TA» LAW JILL HURT 

TF.ViN. BANKS MAY BE PUT UP FOft 610 

LES50N IN PfTTINESS 

COLLISION CnuRSF: COMPtTITIlN fOUX TmF FED MuODYING UP 

BANKEB'S VIEW OF THIRD-W01L0 LOANS 

SENATF UNSAVELS MORE »E0 TAPE 

WiTHMaLOING HAS MORE HORRORS 

TELL YOUR CCNGRFSSMAN TO REOUIE THE UFFlLlT 

BANKS. U.S.. FAILJPES 

N.C. BANKS LOSE BlDOlNG WAR 

1«NNE0 OnOKS 

SEE CENSORSHIP 

BANNER ELK. N.C. 

bANNER ELK'S POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS 

FORME" CHIEF FACES SENTENCE 

BANfien ELK VOTERS NIX MIXED DRINKS 

BAPTISMS 

PROF: dAPTISM MOKE THAN ITS Mt IHuO 

THE BAPT IZING...WITH A PREAMBLE ON HAODY GRACE 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.I 

PHYSICIANS USF SLURPIE MACmINC IN SURGERY 
WOMAN SAYS SHE CANNOT PAY FOR SOU'S OPERATION 

BAPTISTS 

SEE ALSO GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENIION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAPTIST STATE CON'/ENCION 
SEE ALSO N.C. GROUP OF MODERATES 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST CUNVENTIUN 

CHAPEL HILL BAPTISTS MARK 'FRFEIO" DAY' 

BAPTIST MODERATES ORGANIZE 

MOUERATF BAPTISTS 

BAPTISTS DISAVOW LETTER 

U.S. AITOBNFY'S PRAYER LETTER IS CRinClZEO 

C9ITTFN0EN PRESERVEO BAPTIST USTOKY 

FUNDAMENTALIST BAPTISTS MEETI'JG 

BAPTIST UNITY CALLED FOR 

FORMAL PAPTIST BELIEFS? 'ABSOLUTELY UNTHINKABLE' 

BAP EXAMINATIONS (LAWl 

SEE N.C. EAR EXAMINATION 

BARBECUE 

PIG PiCKiN'; CLASS HONES ITS :ooKiNG Skills and appetites 

BARBECUE WAS HIT AT SUMMIT 

CAROLIMAS Tic FOR NO. 1 IN 9A1B6CUE 

POLITICAL BARBECUES DIFFER FROM THE FAMILY PICNIC 

PROF. ROYSTEK COOKS A PIG 



. . RANKING 



DATE 

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BARBER-SCOTIA COLLEGE 

BAReEO-SCOIIA WILL HAVE APPEAL 

SARBER-SCOIl A HEARINGS SET 

BOARD DELAYS ACTION ON B AR BER- SC ]T I A COLLEGE 

BARBERS. DURHAM 

BENNIE LAKIN PUTTING DOWN HIS SCISSORS 

BARBERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO HAIRCUTS 

YOU CAN GET A HAIRCUT WITHOUT A CLIPPING 
HE'S THE BARBER AT THIS NEWS ' TA <n 

BARBITURATES 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

COMAS USED IN BRAIN INJURY C 'AS £ S 

BARCLAY CIGARETTES 

COURT LIMITS TAR FIGURES 



IN BARCLAY CIGARETTE AOS 



BAREFOOT IN ATHENS (PLAY! 

'BAREFOOT' GOOD START FOR COF=EE HOUSE THEATRE 



COMMISSIONcR'S BARN BURNS. 
BARN DESTROYED 



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BARNUM (PLAY) 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
ROxeORO NATIVE IN 'BARNUM' TOURING COMPANY 
SUM OF MUSICAL 'BARNUM' IS 'WIW' 

BARRACUDA 

CITATION CATCH ON BARRACUDA 

R A R R E L S 

RESTORING HOGSHEAD 

BARRINGER-WHI IF IElO FURNITURE CO. 

COUNCIL OKS PROPERTY SWAP TO TBTAIN LANO FOB CIVIC CENTER 

CENTER SWAP: FURNITURE COMPANY TO MOVE TO FIVE POINTS 

CITY hall: Think. EVERYBODY! "XACTLY WHICH LOT ARE WE SWAPPING ICA:<T0ONI 

BARS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HlLL. N.C. bAR^ 

BILL REQUIRING TOP INSURANCE FOR ORUNK DRIVERS ADVANCES 



BARTENDERS 

BARTENDER' 



S ADVICE IS WIDELY iEAO 



RARTFR SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO CO-OPS 

SEE ALSO NATIONiWlOc BARTERING CTRP. 

OAKWOOU hOMFS one of OVER 200 RTI CUSTOMERS 

BARTERING: WANT TO Swap a RED MULE FOR SOME CONVERTIBLE DEBENTURES? 

BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO ATLANTA BRAVES 
SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO Baltimore orioles 

SEE ALSO bethesoa athletic association baseball teams 

SEE ALSO BOSTON REU SOX 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SFE ALSO DETROIT TIGERS 

SEE ALSO KIHSTON EAGLES (BASEBALL rEA'<l 

SFE ALSO LOS ANGELES OOOGFRS 

SEE ALSO MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL. DRAFT 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK METS 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK YANKEES 



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111 A'tig l^l'-/n'.HV/^l"e''iit\-.i^ ALSO HEADINGS UNDdf. INDIVIDUAL SC«nOLS, 

SEE ALSO SCFIRALL 

"|ptTIFR''oS'-SaTrCALD-ELL'S IM.GE '.TILL GOOD CURVE 
FOUB MEH KANAGEDS NAMED Til CAROLINA LEAGUE TEAMS 

S^iSSl^^IJl-rDCfE f/sEll^rE.CELlET DUPING PRESEASON DRILLS 
PERRY nEaRS '.'STH year. P IT Ch P; G-P FNS I ON ODDITY 
CRAIG SAYS HE'LL RETIRE AFTER SEASON 
LAMP'S ARM VITAL TO DUKE'S HOPES 

ANOTHER plesac The wolfpac^'S ace 
FORMER Bulls dot bkavES' caml; 

WISHFUL Thinking for 19fl3 BASEBALL ,,,,,, 

A DOUBLE PLAY FOR THE ARCHIVES: SCORE IT 1-2-',-! 
LUbFRT GETS lTSS; TIbURCIO PICKS UP PACE 
BASEBALL'S NUMBERS 

ffi;;;^^"^."!^^^ 's^V^sSast p«cE;:In errohs column 

5:,f;'^•^vfJH!;!G^s^T5?'^s^^y?¥L^;^ I'cLAY-.oRMANN s-APP.NG 

iFTEB BAD START, WARD PROVING VALUE TO PULLS 
ARE BASEBALLS MORE LIVELY? 
FOR UNC, BEST STILL TO COME 

aRl5l»S?°PLEslc"REACH CONTRACT WITH LITTLE DELAY 
FORMER BULLS SHINE FDR |-BRAV= S 

SlktA5""sS?F?!''fiSM'?A5k^SAr?VR.PLACE TUMPANE 

{S^'^SlN'iS^TiE^SNc"i^°S|T'^'??All'GETS NOD AFTER RECORO-TY ING . . . 
ALEXANDRIA, DUKES MAY SPLIT oo.tocrT 

LYNCHBURG'S GOODEN A 'CAN'T MISS' PRuSPECT 

^PQPS^'kEEPS SOX LOOSE AS TEAM ROLLS TO 12 STRAIGHT 
GRID INJGRY CaOsES SHIFT TO BASEBALL 

STRIKE Three on tradition 

Sl?IJS?TMU?Ni? 'AVaO°iUP.'u.i MEASUREMENT 

?^°?^s^!^iig:?^;°5:^ffs^^juis"oS^?&^or!NciTY 

^grgil^ji^?R?b^HElS?J,°S.ftrg??°?^[!JEJI?3wN NICHE 

MID-SUMMER NK.HT'S RUMBLINGS 

?n5uR1ES 5ENo''R-bRAVES maRCHHG TO GEORGIA 

f^^'l^SlLst'^^uSlES^^LAVEj^H^vnC WITH .SOD BALLCLUB 

SAVOKIN^ BASEBALL'S BIG INNlN_, 

pniK^ aQDUNO HERE: hO ■J • S TH4T agaIi>j? 

SilLS'sSpPORT DIVIDED AS LEASUE'S PRESIDENT 

EX-BULLS' MANAGER UNEMPLOYED AGAIN 

STATE SPECIALIZES IN UNUSUAL PRODUCTS 

'^ES ASb'"NO:' REVIEWS MIXED 01 PLUCKINGS OF ATLANTA'S WADDELL, CORMACK 

BASEBALL, SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE ALSO 5ALARIFS, U.S. 

incentive: a STATE DF MIND 

""^twiJoU'RESEiRCHER SAYS THEY -ay NUT IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY 

BASEBALL BATS 

BRER SIpSIt.'tmE TAR BABY AND THE dASFBALL BAT (CAHTOONI 

KATIE AT The bat 

A '60MEHEAD' RULING 

'''''^^B.^^B'nrn^^llol.'^l^^^^ll eRA'S PEST PLAYER ? I 

*'^"6ULLS°SCHEJULING EXHIBITION GAME AGAINST RICHMOND 
PO. ELL'S PRIORITIES WITH UNC .^r-.nnn 

ANNUiL BASEBALL DRAFT THE GAM ■ S LIFEBLOOD 
MFTS SWEEP LEAGUE'S TOP HONORS 

"niE'5lt':'AN^uIt''?FSTING COMMISSION 
SEE SCMOOIS. N.C.. COMPETENCY T= STS 

'*^SEE''ALSn COLLEGE 3ASKETRALL ' , .,„.,, 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATION OEPI. . BASKlTBALL 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL SPORTS FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO PAN AMERICAN GAMES, BASKETBALL 

III ItlS ?^^p"uA2?rl'»SKETBALL ISEF ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS. 

He a'LsS :g2EN?s'pIsK*FTBALL ISEi ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOULSI ^ 

ALL EYtS ON THt CLOCK... $ 

BASKETBALL GOALS STRtN&TMfNEO M 

a?^l!iiL's ['l.'^i'lf^Zir^Ull'.i TH.y LUVE THE GAME H 

BASKETBALL Champs S 

WEST END WARRIURS H 

TIME TO PAINT BACKBTAROS ,,.,, H 

HE "R'^ught iaskftball to The state 5 

ii^NVE^riK^L? riiW SeS^-SHIR, UNDFR DEAN SMITH - 

in'rnklVl'i°'>Knil 'i'V.VotS Jgp'^kELS. not pearls, in doms h 



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2/2C/P3 3 
2/2T/n3 B 
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3/20/B3 B 
<,/03/83 B 
<>/2'./a3 a 
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5/05/83 6 
5/08/83 B 
5/15/P3 B 
5/22/83 B 
5/22/83 P 
5/2')/83 B 
0/02/83 3 
6/05/P3 B 
6/07/83 B 
6/12/83 n 
6/19/83 B 
6/23/83 B 
6/26/83 3 
6/30/83 B 
7/03/83 B 
7/10/B3 
7/l<./83 B 
7/16/83 A 
7/17/83 B 
7/18/83 
7/2D/B3 C 
7/21/83 a 
7/2A/83 B 
7/28/83 B 
7/31/P3 B 
7/31/63 C 
3/05/83 C 
8/07/83 6 
8/1A/P3 B 
8/17/83 b 
8/17/83 D 
3/21/83 C 
9/0<./e3 B 
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10/19/83 B 
10/23/83 C 
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tfrpTSopf to'wIn one for LOw-KEY LEFT-HANOFK 

iNC. SliTE HOOPS PROGRAMS EXPECT -ILLION-PLUS PRUF 



FOR PLAYE! S, COACHES 



""^I?ttJiT'iSK''0N CAMPS, 
THE SUMMER GAME' 

'•"^c5mLIn1'S SMITi^JOINS FIVE OTHERS IN HALL ADMISSION 

UNC'S^sSTtm: hall of FAME UNAM TIC I PAT ED 

HaCl Of FAME INDUCTION BIGGEST HONOR FQR SMITH 

A FITTING TRIPUTE 

BASS ANGLERS SPORTSMAN SOCIETY 

IaSS^FOR cash:' the pug MOVES TO JThER REGIONS 
BASS FISHING 



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2/26/83 C 

3/20/83 B 

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6/11/83 C 

11/30/83 B 

12/07/fl3 B 

12/12/83 B 

12/1',/R3 

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VIRGINIA sifCHES FISHING tGUl. AT I nHS AT KEKO LAKL, GASTON 
ShITE-TAILEO DEES T00PHIE5 CENTER STAGE AT DIXIE CLASSIC 
BASS FISHERMEN SHOULD CHECK LJRES BEFORE SPRING CASTING 

POAChING JORDAN BASS , „„,,r r.Tru 

NORTH CAROLINA FISHERMEN PICK LARGEMUUTH AS FAVORITE CATCH 

LARGEMOUTH: a CLOSER LOOK AT SOUTH'S FISH 

LUNKER BASS FRO" A FARM PONO 

SHALL BASS AT JORDAN LAKE TEMOT FISHERMEN 

I'^^i.tcllf. JroIh? ^'iirASI'^^LARGE SURPRISE FOR FORTUNATE ANGLERS 

JORDAN LAKE RECEIVES STOCKING OF HYBRID BASS 

BASS SCHOOL ALTERS NAME. Chan:.ES INSTRUCTION FOCuS 



BATHROOMS 

NITPICKERS AND EDITORS. 



NOTE: EDISON MADE IT ALL POSSIBLE 



five durham girls uin awards f or baton 
seven kin akaros for baton twirling 
tmirlers prepare for parade 
twirlers 



BATS 



CHAPEL MILL POLICE DRIVEN BATTV 
RADIO DEVICE HELPS STUDY BATS 



f. COLUMPUS LABORATORIES! 



BaTIELLE memorial INSTITUTE (INCLUTES PACIFIC 
MATH SCHOOL GFTS RESEARCH GRAVT 
RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAM BEGUN AT 1ATH SCHuOL 

^'^^slE^ALSfl^CHA-lGt lA MEN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOMESTIC VlULENCEl 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. U.S. 

sll IlSD domestic VIOLENCE AND CHILD ABUSE SERVICES INC. (ALAMANCE CO . I 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE ,^,„, 

SEE ALSO FAMILY VIOLENCE AND R A= E CRISIS VOLUNTEERS 

SEE ALSO FAMILY VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/DURHAM YwCA COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO RAPE. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS , „ ^^„ 

•WOMAN' IN SLAYING TRIAL SAYS SHE WAS ABUSED 

AID FOR BATTERED WIVES CONTINJES 

ALAMANCE PROGRAM IS SEEKING SHELTER 

CHANGE PROGRAM RECEIVES TWO G^^ANTS 

CHANGE MAKING A BIG DIFFERENC= In THLIR LIVES 

DAS FRUSTRATED BY LIGHT SENTENCES 

WOMAN GETS THREE-YEAR TERM AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO KILLING 

WOMAN GETS Three years 

BATTERIES 

^ RANDOLPH FIRM ORDFREO TO STOP BATTERY DUMPING 
BATTERY MAKER WINS INJURY SUIT 

BATTERY MAKER NOT NEGLIGENT IN ACCIDENT, DURHAM JURY SAYS 
STATE ORDERS FIRM TO STOP PUTTING BATTERIES IN LANDFILL 
STATE INVESTIGATES THREE DUMP SITFS , „ ,, 

UNION CARBIDE TO BUILD LANDFILL FOR SCRAP BATTERIES 

THE BATTLE OF BENTONVILLE 

VOLUNTEERS TO RESTAGE BATTLE TF BENTONVILLE 

VOLUNTEERS WILL RECREATE CIVk WAR BATTLE AT StNTONVlLLF 

BATTLESHIP 

SEE ALSO BOATS 

BATTLESHIP WORTH THE RISK 

BAXIER-MARR ISS CO. 

FIRM INSTALLING SPRINKLERS 

CHARLOTTE FIRM FINED FOB STORING CHEMICALS 



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-WHAT? WHY? HOW? WHAT? 

8EACM ROYS IMUSIC CKOUPI 
WRONG TUNE. MR. WATT 
WATT'S FREEDOM 

BEACH MUSIC 

MUSICALS PLANNED FDR SHELBY STUDIO 

BEACHES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPME 
SEE ALSO OUTER PANKS. N.C. 

BEACHES BATTERED 

HUNT: COASTAL FUNDS NEED 

THE WINTER BEACH: STORMS 

OCEAN. WARM WEATHER AND 

DEAD WHALE FOUND ON HOLD 

EROSION CONTROL COSTS DE 

COASTAL BUILDING SETBACK 

STORM TOPPLES CONDOMINIU 

SANSDUNE N.C.: "CAN YOU 

WINTER EROSION HEAVY AT 

PANEL WORKS ON PROBLEM 

SENATE APPROVES CHURCH D 

VICTIMS OF PAST SPAWN LI 

TOURISTS SPEND BIG AT N. 

N.C. BEACHES: INCREASED 

CLAIM TO LAND DENIED 

N.C. BEACHES REPORT GOOD 

SAD DISCOVERY: A BEACH W 

PROFESSOR GIVES WARNING 

N.C. COASTAL RULES STfilC 

CAROLINA BEACH COMEBACK 

PILKEy: N.C. COAST VULNE 

N.C.'S NEXT HURRICANE MA 

N.C. COAST VULNERABLE 

COASTLINES TO GET SPILL 

N.C. SURFERS FNJOY WAVES 

DEAN WHIPS UP OUTFR BANK 

DEAN FLOODS ROAD ON OUTE 

AREA'S Future 'up in the 

GEOLOGIST SAYS RISING SE 
CLIMATE CHANGE WOULD AFF 
PELICANS MAKING COMEBACK 

BEACHES. U.S. , , 

BEACH EROSION IS A NEVER-ENDING BATTLE 



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H yQRRfC) F3< LINCOLN 

^^"' LOSING. "aTTLc f1« 0f4»S 
■(ILaREO »N0 F4HILY 
BEia ELUDES JlLXINGTON POLICE 
3C»R CAPTURES IN WILMINGTON 

?^t?.?'^lAS^ f^i'liiSKIES KNOW HOW TO STEAL EOUO 
•SNOOT' IS CEAO 

ScEo'NE-s%SrsNonT;°BJn ne-s fo. gumro 

SOLOIeI -INS HIS LAWSUIT CN F1NCE« BITTEN oY ScAR 

FOLKS AROUND here: mITm the O'aGnET SET 

BEAR TREED BY SCARED I'OLICEHAN 

YO-YO THE BEAR DIES. WILL BECOME 'eFAR KIT- 

■(EAUFORI.^N.C.^I^^ ON =)OAT THREATENS EXPLOSIDN 

"'^'SeTEoS'^Te'Ia^^IvE made hole IN BEAUFORT COUNTY 

«'UFORT CDUNTY SHfRIFF.S D|PT._ ^^ ^ , 

MAN SAYS aEsuFOBT SHERIFF ASKFD ABOUT 'BIG "UNEY- 
BRIBE OFFER TRIAL ENDS IN SENTENCE 
TUO CHARGED IN ATTEMPTED BRIBERY CASc 

"^'"'isai/SF^jjf.'KAraRr^ys isTj^y glimpse of ch.lo 

^^'ill i??''SlSS BULL CITY 

SEE ALSO TEFN-AGE BEAJTY CONTESTS ,„ __ ^ 

MISS GRAHAM ON N.C. CHERRY BLOSSOM COURT 
BEAUTY OUEEN FILLS TALL OJOER 
MISS DEAF N.C. IS SELECTED 

MISs'n?c"''tC PERFORM AT MISS iuLLCITY PAGEANT 

".""MISS^WILSaN. WE HATE TO TFLL YOU THIS. BUT... 

•MISS wIlson' abdicates 

MISS PULL city 
^^""'diul SrVs pall is SATURDAY AT LODGE 

BEAVERS 

MUNCmy treat 

BABY BEAKER LEARNS TO SWIM 

BEAWER "AY TRY BACKSTROKE 

""l???:i%!?»?i?Bl?°^Sf^!^^?»^i?|. — S DECLINE 
AIRLINE ENLARGING FACILITIES IT RDU 
TOBACCO POLICIES CALLED C"'?^* „, ,.,,, 
OrSg FIRM'S SALES INCREASE. I-ICOME FALLS 

'''° 'lioulf Tables S?Ii'-?o allow dcs in hotels, motels 

SfSTAURaStI OPPOSE RED AND BR=AKFAST bill 
REwOROED ANTI-SLAVERY BILL AUVANCEb 
HOUSE OKS PmONE COMPETITION BILL 

"""'FUR^n^RE^COMPLAINTS ARE LODGED 
CUSTOMERS AWAITING DELIVERIES 
BFODING FIRM TO FILE FOB BANKRUPTCY 
JtTORNEY GENERic GETS BEDDING STORE COMPLAINTS 

"^"Iee ALSO FURNITURE INDUSTRY 

"EaTFST TReSo in SACKING OUT: ThE fuTON 

BEECH MOUNTAIN RESORT INC. ^,„„, 
2 GUNMEN RUB N.C. SKI RESORT 

BEEF 

see also food 

see also l ivestock 

see als" meat 
ground beef impounded ,,„„„ - 

impoundment affects beef oroe' fjr schools 

beekeeping 

^^beekeeping course offered 

His BUSINESS IS SWARMING 



BEER 



WINE WHILE IN CARS 



.. ALSJ AlCOMOL 

:E alJO PREwEKY 

:£ ALSO rOORt PEFR 

=E ALSO DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK. ^EFR 

IE also JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING CO. 

'provision may end DRINKING 3E=R OR 

7 Charged in chapel hIll beer theft 

i.;"c:5lS'Gl5^'iV;"^lllLi;jG'''Bl?R'V^'l7-YFAR-nLD DRIVER 

COaOS BEER IS SFLLINO wFLL IN DURHAM AREA 

CHARGES FILED IN BEER SALES , 

LABOR DISPUTE FOLLOWED TOORS TO N.C. „,,,-,„, 

TfiCBFR GETS SUSPENDED FOR R£= R SALES TO MINORS 

SENTENCE FOR B£fh S»LE CRITICIZED 

BALKING ON 'icER 

BEES VE'lDOKS TIGHTEN SALES CONTROLS 

RFFB sAi F Charges filed in alamance 

bIeS o'sTRlBUTION CENTER UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN ALAMANCE 

rffh Purchases lead to citations 

UIY POLICE NiME stokes INVOLVED IN BEER CHARGES 
BEER LAW CITATin-,s CONTINUE 

MINOR BEER Bust shows major Problem 

BEER 'STING': FOLLOW-UP CRUCIAL 

pSoSECuT'iaN''oF"?l'-BEER SALE CHARGES DEFERRED 

c'ESScfeMlN'stlA^IS^DF ILLEGAL BEER SALE 

COUNCILMAN FOUND INNOCENT 

OUTCOME OF OTHER BEER CASES 

16 FOUND GuIlTY OF BEFR SALjS 

LOOPHOLE NEEDS CLOSING IN NEW BEcR. wINE LAW 

FU2ZY LA. REQUIRED VERDICT OF INNOCENT 









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POLICE BEE.^ 'STINC A 'TRAVESTY Of JUSTICE' 

MINOR SEEK SALES: JUDGE LAbARJE PROVES COURTS ARE SLACK 

POLICE RIGHT TO 'STING' MERCHANTS 

LETTER MISSES MARK 

DURHAM RULING FITS FEARS 

JURY ACQUITS MAN FOR BEER SALT 

NEa BEER LAW BRINGS PROBLEMS, TO CAMPUS 

WOMAN IS SENTENCED IN BEER CASE 

FUTURE NEWS ITEM: STUDENTS BATHE IN DRAFT BEER ICARTOONI 

ABC CHIEF: LAW WON'T STOP YOUTHS FROM GETTING BEER 

AT The end. 19-year-olds PACK?D IT IN — BEER. THAT IS 

NEW bEER BATTLE LOOMS IN MARIIN 

BEER GETS PLASTIC WRAPPING 

GROUP TRYING TO HALT SYLVA BE= R SALES 

BEER SALES RULING WILL EE APPEALED 

N.C. BEER VENDORS CAN BE SUED FOR DAMAGES 

BEER MAK ING I HOME ( 
SEE ALSn PREwERY 

BUSINESS STUDfNT BREwS HIS OWN BEER 

BEES 

SEE ALSO IEEkEEPING 
SEE ALSO HONEY 

see ALSO INSECT stings 

BUMBLEBEES' RAMBLINGS HAVE PURPOSE 

BEIRUT MASSACRE 
SEE LEBANON 

BELK FOUNDATION 
CHAPEL HILL 



THE BELL TOLLS 
DEDICATES BELL 



GETS FUNDS 
FOR JJYOUS OCCASION 



RELL'S AMOCO SERVICE STATION (2iO LAKEWOOO AVE.] 
COLD WEATHER MAY BE CAUSE OF MAN'S DEATH 

BELLY DANCING 

SEE ALSO DANCE 
BELLY OANCING 

BELMONT. N.C. 

HIS FLEET OF BIKES TO LEND BRINGS YOUNGSTFRS FLOCKING 
DRAWING OF LOTS SETTLES ELECTION 

BENDU CORP. 

BENDIX TO 6UIL0 ROBOTICS CENTER IN N.C. 

BENNEhan HOUSE 

TO NURTURE PRESFKVATION 

BENNETT HOUSE 

SEE BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORi: SITE 

BENNETT-LEWALLFN CO. INC. 

DURHAM FIRM IS PURCHASED 

BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

HOW TIMES on CHANGE: DONATES BENNETT PLACE 

SOLDIERS WILL RETURN TO BENNETT PLACE 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

MAKING HISTORY COME ALIVE 

WATCHING 

SIGNS TO BENNETT PLACE FROM I-oS NOT ADEuUATE 

VISITORS CENTER. SLIDE SHOW BRIGHTEN UP BENNETT PLACE 

DON'T IGNORE BENNETT PLACE 

CHR ISTMAS ON THE FARM 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

OPEN DOORS TO THE PAST TODAY 

STEP INTO ChRISTMASES past 

BENNETT PLACE VISITORS CENTER 

VISITORS CENTER. SLIDE SHOW BMGhTEN UP BENNETT PLACE 



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H 2 7/03/93 I P F W66 

H 2 7/12/93 A 4 E 

S 2 12/01/93 D 1 P F 971 

H 2 12/02/93 D 6 P N 

H 2 12/0'./93 D 4 U r,33 

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BENSON. N.C. 

KLAN MAPCHbS 



IN BENSON TO REGISTER WHITE VOTERS 



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IPLAYI 
•BENT* 
•BENT' 



IS DISTURBING AND WELL-OONE 
IS BRUTAL. BUT POWERFUL DRAMA 



BEREA BAPTIST CHURCH 

•MRS. ODVIE' MISSED BY BEREA BAPTIST FRIENDS 

BEREA SCHOOL 

BEREA RESIDENTS WANT TO KEEP SCHOOL OPEN 
GRANVILLE BOARD VOTES TO SHUT BEREA SCHOOL 

BERLIN 

WHY NOT U.N. 



IN BERLIN? 



BERMUDA 

DUKE PROFESSOR TO STUDY BERMUDA SCHOOLS 



BETA SIGMA PHI 

NEW OFFICERS 

BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH 

TWO CHURCHES CELEBRATE CENTENNIALS 

BETHEL ELEMtNTAKY SCHOOL 

RAT POISON FOUND IN FOOD CONTlINtR 
SBI TO ASSIST RAT-POISON PROBE 

BETHESOA, N.C. 

BEThESDA residents SEEKING SEJER SERVICE 

BETHESDA RESIDENTS PUSH FOR SC WEK LINES 

BETHESOA RESIDENTS PUSH FOR S=wER SERVICE 

BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
COUNTY C0-CHAMf5 

BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASE1ALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
COUNTY CHAMPS 

BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 



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L3a 


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10/06/93 


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9/27/83 


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2 


7/13/93 


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N 




s 


2 


5/27/83 


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2 


7/30/83 


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1/01/93 


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A 




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3/01/83 
6/01/93 
9/23/83 


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M23 
J56 



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cnuNTY CrisnPS 

LEAGUE WINNERS 

BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 
BETHESDA SOFTBALL 

"'"'l?THisDl'BlpTIS?'Q£&INS SANCTJARY CONSTRUCTION 

= ^'?^l''5E?KE?^5MHeEnc"-isSOCUTnN SOFTBALL TEAMS 



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bethEsoa elementary school 

COUNTY EYES STUDENT SHIFTS 
BETHESOA gets LYNNMAVEN PUPILS 
BETHESDA TO GET LYNNHAVEN STu:)EN 
AWARD-WINNING PATROL 

ThIre'gO THE'lR"BeAUTIFUL BALL30NS 
LEARNING EMPHASUEO 

^^'"sll°BE?i?loS'^T^L^?K"s5oJunnN SOFTBALL TEAMS 
«"fErBE?S??5iMSfl?^rAs'sOCliT!3N 6ASKETBALL TEAMS 
^''m°liSl<l\'6l ifie'^f.i';H§ctklnN BASEBALL TEAMS 

^^'"^^8t»rAiMo'H^5E: THE -" '""-" ""= 
"'fEi°*ee?HfsJrlTf.Pt?l!'2fsbc!'A'T'?')N BASKETBALL TEAMS 

"'5i|°'BE?S?rD^"iTif^n!'rskbcll'T';iN BAS^TB.lL TEAMS 
BETHESDA VOLUNTEER FIRE OEPT. ^^^ ^^^j. 

BETHESDA uSlT OFFERED LOAN FO^ FIRE TRUCK 

NEW FIRE STATION ON THE JOB 

new officers named 
ihJnks to fire department 
bethesoa schedules dedication 

dedication SET 

AT dedication 

OEDICAMON 
AWARDS GIVEN 

"'"r^ESiriAV.'l^'^riTER-PERFECT 
•BETRAYAL' IS BIG-LEAGUE 

"'II? tnh''lh\iT'.'d'i. ourham 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 

^^U^'Sl^rtiJiK^AT BUSINESS MEETING 

rN5^ST3«^5^EST*JL!S\AS^JifD IN NATION 

IS?fS^S^^S^J'^^T^Ss"t27I '.J°-SivING ALONG.. HUNT SAYS 
BUSINESS BUREAU PLANS EXPANSHN 
SBB IS COMMUNITY WATCHDOG 
CAUTION IS URGED ON SALES PLANS 

5flNiV^G^?S?o'!^'iaR''?VRMS SEE. 

U\U''lu1%l'i\ KaS-Se f^REASE IN ARelTRATION REQUESTS 

GOLD, SILVER SCHEMES MAY BILK INVESTORS 

■ALERT- WARNS METALS BUYERS 

niiowAM Hf Al TH SPAS RECEIVE HIjH MARKS 

BO^riT CHRISTMAS SEEN BY FUNB FOR EASTERN N.C. 

?Sn^^?U'D^yi°U^i;'?SY§? Vol 3i^t{i;^0LIDAYS...F0LLUW THESE. 
""Ue ?S;NiA,?SN"^gS'SETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

"^^"hSc^SS^s^Li^^io 



BIBLE 
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SE 
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I IWl 5^"iS^^;S?ii'^NGUAGE LECTIONARY 
E ALSO PSEUDEPIGRAPHA 
E ALSO RELIGION 



lF?!ilSlLLE°Sls;E'*CLJsSE"s'-to'B= TAUGHT OFF SCHOOL PROPERTY 
fn °IeG NNlSi-'wASTSE'DIBLE .IGHT ALL 'L™G7 
BIBLICAL SCHOLAR: GOD GAVE HIM A TASK, HE FULFlLLtU 




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LANGUAGE I'siMPORTANT'lN RELIGION 
DE-BRA INEn COUNCIL OE-SEXES BIBLE 
ANCIENT WRITINGS SHORE UP BIBLE 
rMliOCH CQUNC ILS" LECTIONARY D':CRIfO 
IFMIS CHRIST IS NOT GOO'S OAUT.HTER 
SCrVptDrE IN CONTEXT NOT C ON T> AD 1 C TOR Y 

"'^'-''BlfeTi^raSS'EJATFS ORGANISE 

^"RSuP°io'sEFk"ouNCIL SUPPORT OF BIKE PATHS 

%TcVd\'U''^\^^li^\'iS.lVVo IS OBEYING TRAFFIC LAWS 
BIKE PATHS GAIN SUPPORT IN DURHAM 

^'^^klwi^E^F BIKERS 

^"^"^^umSeR^^ICYClE races SET FOR AMATEURS, PROFESSIONALS 
5t" llNAI WILL TEST THE ENO RIVER RACERS 
PRACTICE TIME 
DURHAM CYCLISTS 
CARRBORO BIKE EVENTS SLATED 



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3/22/83 


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6/13/83 


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S76 
C56 
M66 
C5ti 



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l,/16/83 
6/0<?/83 
7/01/83 
9/06/83 
9/0')/33 
9/in/83 
9/12/83 
9/12/83 
12/19/83 



5/12/83 
5/13/83 



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F70 
F70 



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U S66 



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3/18/83 


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3/20/83 


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5/15/83 


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5/26/83 


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6/20/83 


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7/12/B3 


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7/30/83 


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3 
20 
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N T32 
N L<>1 
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1/21/83 


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lA N 


H 7 


l,/09/83 


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H 7 


6/12/83 


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H 7 


7/07/83 


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H 7 


0/20/83 


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H 7 


9/09/83 


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H 7 


9/17/83 


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H 7 


10/19/83 


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H 7 


10/22/83 


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H 7 


10/26/83 


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H 7 


10/28/83 


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H 2 


1 /05/83 


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S 7 


1 /08/83 


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H 7 


1 716/83 


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H 2 


11/30/83 


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H 2 


3/06/83 


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9 N 



S 2 6/27/83 C 1 N K90 

I 2 6/28/83 B 1 P N K9n 

S ? 6/30/83 A <. E 

I 2 7/01/83 CI N K90 



H 2 10/05/83 A 



<,/0A/B3 C 

<./22/83 

i,/22/83 A 

5/03/83 B 

9/05/83 A 



F30 
W66 
R91 
R91 



MONTHLY/AN. N UAL 



I N E « 
12/31/83 



RELAY blKE RACE PLANNED 

•JERRY'S KIDS' TEAM WINS RELAY 

PEDALING 

MANY HELPED alTH RACE 

DUKE'S 'LITTLE 500' SUCCESS OF "ANY 

BICYCLE SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 
DRIVERS MENACE TO BIKERS 

SAFETY SKILLS PROGRAM SET FOR ORANGE YOUTHS 
PROGRAM TO TEST alKEi AUTO SAFETY 

BICYCLISTS IN CHAPEL HILL COMING UNOER SCRUTINY 
POLICE TO MATCH BICYCLISTS 

BICYCLE THEFT 

BIKE FOUND 

BIKE THEFT RING REPORTED BROKEN UP IN RANDLEMAN 

BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO Carolina tarhheels bicycle club 

BIKE EVENT looms 

get out bikes and SHOW your SJPPORT FOR THE SPORT 

mapping routes 
biking it and liking it 
pedaling for pleasure 
bike-a-tmon will benefit hospital 

AMPUTEE'S charity trip OVER EARLY 
CHAIRMAN NAMED 

1 MISSION OF SPIRIT 

BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE LANES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TARWHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 

SEE ALSO DIRT BIKES 

SEE ALSO UNICYCLE 

BANK ROPBER PEDALED AWAY 

2 BROTHERS CHARGED WITH DU I OM BICYCLF 

MIS FLEET OF BIKES TO LEND BRINGS YOUNGSTERS FLOCKING 

SOMETHING A BOY MUST DO 

FULL LOAD 

READY TO RIDE 

PEDALING WHILE IMPAIRED CHARGED 

BIO-RIGGING 

SEE PRICE FIXING 

BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IMAGAilNEI 
SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 
SEE ALSO OBESI TY 

ASPIRING MODEL Thinks you don* t have to be thin to be gorgeous 

BIG BROTHERS* DURHAM 

DUKE SENIOR MARK SCHWARTZ WAS 



RIG BROTHER' AT DILLON 



THE BIG CHILL IFILMI 

JhaRACTERS. DIALOGUE FLAW LIVELY KASDAN 'CHILL' 

BIG FRANKLIN TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 

BUILDING, TOBACCO GUTTED BY FIRE 
ARSON IS RULED OUT IN WAREHOUSE FIRE 
WAREHOUSE FIRE PROBE CONTINUES 

BIG si> cdnferfnce. baseball 

FORCING THE ISSUE 

CHAPEL HILL MRS MOLD OFF NORTHERN 
ROCKETS CLINCH TIE FOR BIG SIX TITLE 
EASY PATH TO SECOND 



31C SI" CgNFERENCE, BASKETBALL 

SES also PREP Teams. BASKETBALL 



(SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL 
BIG 6 



PREP 

tourney pairings set 

smith, miss warren named best in 

big six afgins "second season' 

big six semifinals tonight 

person shooting collars bulldogs 

smith's scoring binge paces chapel hill victory 

ranzino turns out knights' lights 

big six berth on line tonight 

tigers rout pfrsdn. win big six title 

tigers dispose of rockets, advance into state playoffs 

county cuts ticket prices for students 

smith, chapel mill favored to snare fifth straight title 

big six conference, football 

Three coaching changes provide big six new flavor 

BIG SIX ".-a: three new COACHES, THREE OLD CONTENDERS 

BIG SIX MAS ABUNDANCE OF BALANCE 

BIG SIX TEAMS BEGIN LEAGUE TITLE CHASE 

RUSSELL TAKES BIG SIX RUSHING LEAD 

PERSON'S RUSSELL LEADING BIG SIX RUSHING, SCORING 

ERRORS COST KNIGHTS BIG Six C'OWN 

HOOGIN, BORDEN TOP BIG 6 LINEJP 

PERSON, NORTHERN LEAD ALL-BIG SIX SELECTIONS 

BIG SIX CONFERENCE, GIRLS' BASKETBILL 

SEE ALSO GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GENERAL HEADINGI 
PERSON, NORTHERN GIRLS RECORD WINS 
CHAPEL HILL, VANCE IN BIG SIX GIRLS FINAL 
VANCE GIRLS TOPPLE TIGERS 

BIG SIX CONFERENCE, WRESTLING 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, WRESTLING I SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL 
PREP NOTES: KNIGHTS TOP BIG SIX PICKS 

BIG SIX LIST 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, N.C. 
N.C. FUGITIVE IS LOCATED 
HALIFAX MAN IS PLACED ON FBI'S LIST 
FBI PRAISES ITS 'BIG SIX' PRO'.RAM 
'BIG SIX' PASSES BIG TEST 
'BIG SIX' FUGITIVE ARRESTED 
ESCAPEE ADDED TO 'BIG SIX' LIST 
FUGITIVE ARRESTED AFTER NAME ADDED TO FBI'S 



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H 2 12/01/83 A 



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5/12/83 A 

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12/02/83 C 

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H 


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2 


2/10/83 A 
12/01/83 A 


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'V/02/83 A 


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S 7 


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1 P 


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5/17/fl3 B 


1 


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5/22/83 A 


1 9 


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3 


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H 2 


9/09/B3 A 


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2/12/83 A 






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0/27/83 
8/27/83 
8/28/83 



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2 './30/83 BAN C36 

7 5/U7/S3 8 7 P N C36 

2 5/07/83 B 3 P P R<)1 



2/26/83 
2/27/83 
2/28/93 
3/02/83 
3/03/93 
3/03/93 
3/03/83 
3/04/83 
3/05/93 
3/05/83 
5/0<./83 



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N C36 
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6/12/83 
8/28/63 
8/2'>/93 
10/07/93 
10/28/83 
ll/0',/93 
11/05/93 
11/08/83 
ll/0'5/93 



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3/02/83 B 
3/04/83 C 
3/05/83 8 



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BIG SIX' LIST 



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2/05/R3 
3/31/83 
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BIG STAR FOOD STORE INORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTERI 
HOMES BEING MOVED ON NORTHGATE SITE 

BIG STAR FOOD STORES (GENERAL HEADINGI 

MINORITY GROUPS, WOMEN ARE HISH AMONG JOBLESS 

BIGAMY 

SEE ALSO MARRIAGES, U.S. 

SENATE REVIVES BILL ON POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS 
REDUCED BIGAMY PENALTY REJECTiO 



S 2 12/06/83 C 1 N C60 
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5/21/93 B 



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1/17/84 



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"'^?i"?U^?fH'n°i SECOND LANGUAGE 

111 ^?»B3es/N!:^';"".NGUAGE instruction 
SEE SCHOOLS. U.S.. CURRICULUB 

BILL CTLLECTION AGENCIES 
SEE CTLLECTIQN AGENCIES 

BILL OF RIGHTS „ ^. T 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 
SEE ALSO FREEOOM OF RELIGION 

III A'tto° isiisg: SI ?sp^Sess 

^^lBM°F«Ei-»l?K^?i5^II°T0 FREEDOM 



ILL OF RIGHTS IFOR PATIENT CARE H,NJ 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, "TIENT RIGHT 



NURSING HQMESI 



III ALSO MENTAL PATIENTS BIGHTS 
SEE ALSO NURSING HOMES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS ^^^^ ^,„cc 

GROUP MILL EXAMINE DURHAM REST HUMES 

6ILLBQAR0 MAGAZINE „„, 

G-105 JINS MAGAZINE AWARDS 
kOCG. kaBRICh earn SALUTE 

'"•yi'iCIo ADVERTISING 

III ttsn nIeg"? oi?OOOR ADVERTISING CU. 

"Iillsoaro'^rulES heading for city council 

rriMilTTEE T^STUDY BILLPDARD "ESTRICTIQNS 
3?rLB0AR0 300- ThREItENS CITY LANDSCAPE, OAVIS SAYS 
BILLBOARD HEARING SET 

?ik^??"^AR°f,^^^!f T§!;f2;rS^°= ulboaro restrictions 

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTS NEU BILLSHARD LAJ, 
BILLaOARDS -luGHT TO BE ^UTLA Mc D I N C I TY 
biLLBDAPOS? THERE ARE BIGGER -OPRIES 
BILLBOARDS BRUTALIZE 
OPPOSING STATE LAM 

llWTfV^ 'bUlSoIrDS -as MISU--DERSTOOO ^^ 
BILLBOARDS UGLY ATROCITIES AGAINST NATURE 
IT uOPKED for LINCOLN 
UNCLUTTERED SCENERY 

t5?rSPEEcS?'5?N"0N BILLBOARDS NOT A RESTRICTION 
SIGNS TOUT FARMING. BUT IS IT *E»^1-Y TOP? 
COMMISSIONERS TO HOLD HEARING ON I-^O ISSUES 

'"■'■''bILLY°?aIlOR trio to play TUESDAY AT NCCU FESTIVAL 

'"-'TsheJillI MAN IS ELECTROCUTED 

BILTMORE ESTATE TO BUILD MINE^Y 

BIMBE FESTIVAL (DURHAM AFRICAN FESTIVALl 

?5^«T;l°?^0?IHilftSSrS^~MK.S HIGHLIGHTS 

THE BIMBE FESTIVAL ADDS TO ARTS SCENE 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS wEEH'S HIGHLIGHTS 

BEFORE STORM 

BIMBE FESTIVAL IS RESCHEDULED 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S hIuHlIoHTS 

'"'*""bi'n^MAm"sCHOOL to be AuCTIONEI SATURDAY HORNING 

2^gGlTV^s'-G^"oi\S'^t JSm^It^SV^NG to crowd OFFICES 

"'"tiE ALSO GAMBLING 

^^SBl'"SAYs'BINGr! PROBE "AY LEAD 10 CHARGES 
BINGO LAW CHANGE STUDIED 
BINGO LAW REVISIONS URGED 

BINGO OPERATORS TO FIGHT PROPOSAL ,„tti:o, 

BINGO ABUSE CASTS DOUBT ON PLANS FOR N.C. LOTTERY 
EOMISTEN Says BINGO PROFITS ARE SIPHONED OFF 

;3E"Fn?;R's°Tl«S*lD5iN?2GE OF 3ING0 LA- LOOPHOLES 
LOCAL CHARITIES SEE LITTLE FROFIT FROM GAMES 
SBI INVESTIGATES THOSE RUNNIN. BINGO GAMES 

aiNCo'ASSou?iinN head defends share charities get 

TIGHTENl^G BINGO LAW COULD BE WRONG MOVE 

!3v"jL'J^?;Rt"sF^vifio? Iul'Is sent to SUBCOMMITTEE 

J;ilL"i?P§DSEs'BUrTO°CHA^il ^?^go%EGULATlpNS ^^.„ 
RESOLUTION WILL KEEP STATE RUNNING UNTIL BUDGET OK'D 
MORE TriiN 2.500 PLAYERS EXPECTED AT BINGO GAME 
NEW BINGO LAW DELAYED IN HOUSE 

5i~T'i?sl:l"ve'R?"5fLPlS SENT BAG. TO COM-ITTEt 

BIG-BUCKS BINGO DRAWS J.'.OO 

5oSlE'SE5lJ?l°?NElEAs!Sin;TS'^SsPECTION FEE 

A SAO SCENE FOR CMERQKEES 

STAGE SET FOR CLASH ON BINUO ■<ILLS 

BILL REGULATING BI NGO GE TS SEN ATE NOT 

HilS ■BECK MLLS 2, HURTS AT Lr A S T 33 

?FNAIF APPROVES a LL ON BINGO REGULATIONS 

Hull 5I"?ED ON ATTEMPT TO 'EPEAL SUCCESSION 

TIGHTER BINGO REGULATIONS ENA TED 

CHiPTER BUS FIRM LOSES TS LICENSE 

BLAME ELROPFANS FOR TRAIL OF TcARS 

BINrn OPERATORS CRY FOUL OVER NEW STATE LAW 

ci^RITIES EXPECTED TO GET MOR= BINGO REVENUE 

NEW BINGO LA. GOES INTO EFFECT 

Srw'll°NL''l:-°!siLb^SE'oTY^rDSI? RESTRAINING ORDER 

KEEP NEW BINGO LAW AS IS 



H 2 3/10/R3 A <. 



S 2 8/01/B3 C 



H 2 
S 2 



2/26/93 C 
2/26/83 A 



12 
3 



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l/l3/fl3 


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H 2 


1/16/83 


D 


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S 2 


1/17/83 


C 


1 


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S 2 


1/20/93 


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S 2 


1/26/S3 


A 


9 


N K90 


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2/18/83 


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2/21/13 


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JUDGE PLANS rO MtAR bINCO LAM ARGUMENTS 
JUOCE PARTIALLY LIFTS INJUNCTION ON BINGO LAW 
BINGO SOUABBLE A RESULT OF GAMBLING PARANOIA 
PART OF BINGO LAy UPHELD 

niNKLEY BAPTIST CHURCH ICHAPEL H ILL i N.C.J 
OEAf PREPARE FOR SERVICE 

niOCIOES 

CITY AWAITS TPXIC WASTE STUDY 

■BIOCIOES' HELD THREAT TO AQUATIC LIFE IN N.C. 

COMPANY: G£R« KILLERS SAFE 

COMPANY DISPUTES STATE ON aio:iots 

N.C. BOARD SEEKS RESTRICTIONS ON BIOCIDE USE 

BIOCIOE RESTRICTIONS URGED 

MOBILE LAB HELPS IDENTIFY TOKIC AGENTS 

PROGRESS HAS A DARK SIDE 

TIGHTFR blOCIOE RULES URGED 

STRONGER BIOCIOE POLICY IS UR3ED 



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9/0')/S3 
i/11/83 
9/12/83 
9/17/83 
9/17/83 
9/19/83 
9/22/83 
11/10/83 
12/01/83 



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10 



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DUKE PROFS STUDY JELLY FISH, 



PRAIRIE DOG BURROWS 



BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

SEE ALSO GENETIC ENGINEERING 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE, BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS TEAM 
SPACE-AGE TECHNOLOGY TAKES OFF 
HIS OWN BOSS now: BIOMEDICAL rNGINEER LEFT HOSPITAL TO START BUSINESSES 



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SIONEXUS 
THE 



SPIN-OFFS: IS THE PROMISE OF SILICON VALLEY COMING TRUE IN THE RTP7 H 2 5/29/83 A 21 P F L^I 



BIOTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ONA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV. 81 OTEt HNOLOGY PROGKAM 

FUTURE Ship builders may use iothfr nature 

LEGISLATURE TO STUDY HATER IN JORDAN LAKE, HAU RIVER 

BIOTECHNOLOGY STUDY TO HELP \1 DURHAM 

17 MILLION CENTER PLANNED FOR RTP 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE TO GET NEW PLANT 

GENE-SPLICING TO BE NEW N.C. HIGH-TECH INDUSTRY 

N.C. STATE ESTAiiLISHING BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRAM 

NEW PROGRAM TO STUDY FOOD, ANIMAL DISEASES 

RESEARCHERS ARE RACING STARVATION 

SOME THOUGHTS ON TOSSING GOOD MONEY AFTER BAD 

STATE GETS 'B' IN B 1 0TECHN0L03 Y ____, 

BIRCHWOOD ESTATES 

DISCIPLINE METHODS WORRY PARENT GROUP 
50 TURNKEY HOMES ARE SOLD 

9IR0 FEEDERS 

MAKE CHRISTMAS TREE A GIFT TO BIRDS 



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BIROS 
SEE 
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ALSO Bluebirds 

ALSO MYNA BIROS 

ALSO OSPREYS 

ALSO STARLINGS 
_ ^ ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-ChaRLOTTF CAROLINA RAPTOR REHABILITATION C RESEARCH CENTER 
SEE ALSO UOODPECkERS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE BIRD WATCHERS 

PECK-PECK-PECK; THESE BIRDS TURN HOUSES INTO HUMES 

» REGION OF EXOT ICS 

WELCOME HOME, PERCH 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

ANYBODY HOME? 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

LAKE BIROS DON'T MIND THE RAH 

1 HUNGRY BIRD'S MEAL HAY NOT BE SO TASTY 

N.C. WILL BE PREPARED TO AID DIL-SOAKED BIROS 



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BIRDWATCHERS 

SEE ALSO AUDUBON SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO NEW HOPE AUOUbON SOCIETY 

BARBARA ROTH'S LIFE IS FOR TH? BIROS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE BIRD WATCHERS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE BIRD WATCHERS 

SLIDES, DISCUSSIONS, LAKE OUTING PART OF BIRD WATCHERS PROGRAM 

BIRTH CERTIFICATES 

CONE HOSPITAL TO RECORD OOLL 'blRTnS' 
STATE TO CRACK DOWN ON FALSE I OS 

BIRTH Choice 

GROUP THAT OPENS DQOHS FOR PREGNANT WOMFN MAY HAVE TO CLOSE ITS OWN 

BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS, ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO Childbirth 

SEE ALSO CONTRACEPTIVE SPONGES, 

SEE ALSO ESTROGEN 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO POPULATION CONTROL 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO SQUEAL LAW 

SEE ALSO STERILIZATION 

SEE ALSO VASECTOMIES 

TEEN sex: KEEP THE PARENTS IN THE DARK 

MORE CONTRACEPTION OPTIONS TO BE AVAILABLE 

CLINICS USURPING PARENTAL RIGHTS 

'SQUEAL LAW' SPARKS DEBATE 

BIRJH CONTROL STUOY GETS HONEY 

EDUCATION IS NEEDED TO STOP 'SQUEAL law' 

new contraceptive will be soli in fall 

expert says many approaches needed to birth control 

birth control pills 

study finos pill protects women from some cancer 
pill-Cancer link doubted 

The pill: BENEFITS OUTWEIGH RISKS 

BIRTH OEFEC TS 

SEE ALSO FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO GENETIC COUNSELING 

SEE ALSO MARCH OF DIMES 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

THE PLIGHT OF BABY DOE 

HEALTH MAINTENANCE BILL IS PROTESTED BY INGRAM 

BILL SEEKS STATEWIDE BIRTH DEFECT SCREENING PROGRAM 



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l/17/8<. 



'£r/. r,,r;.vra[".\.J°r^?2?s?.?;?is^.so,c..PEc, B...ES 

SIn5Vn& riEiTHENT TO HANDICAPPEO RABIES OeBATEO 
STATE LAH«AKEHS KUL INFANT BILL 

Sr,K'E'"s?S%ESS?l'J"x!E°TV IN PREGNANCY ,^ ^ 
rctpTir MATF9IAL MAY mELP GAur. E B RTM RISKS 
5ISrNiTAr Su"piSkT"EA«'LISTENS ANO ?|JS5U»ES 
GOVERNMENT SHOULD NOT OECIOE L'PI' 21*' ISSUES 

^5SsS?^E^*!'B^BY^^"A;lJf^?c'5RSs^A,DM,sGu■oEo 

??SSi'?NS^!i7?f lE^VrH^N^Li^SfR TO UNBORN CHILO 
DEBATING -BABY DOE' "ycFS 
LECITHIN LINKED TO BIRTH OEFE-TS 

BIRTH RATE 

SEE ALSO DEATH RATE 
SEE ALSO POPULATION. N.C. 

Ill itsO SSlv''QF°K:c":CMAPeL HILL CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 
SOCIETY THREATENED «ITH EXTINCTION 

°'""2iEN IS CHRISTMAS MORE THAN A HOLIDAY? 

^'"sErALAHANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, BIRTHING ROOM 

BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
SEE ALSO PIRTH CONTROL 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
SEE ALSO PATERNITY SUITS 

^".OMi^°E"l&s'p'LEA OF GUILT, IN BABY'S DEATH 

^'""i\Jg?MIMrRSS^ERY 
2 ARRESTED IN HOLDUP 

'"""man CHARGED -ITH BITING FINGER 
POLICE SAY MAN BIT OFF A F INGF R 

RLACK AND DECKER MANUFACTURING CO. 
^'■GE TO SELL HOUSEWARES OPERATHN 

HI ACK COLLEGES. N.C.. DE SEGRFGA T I 0>< ,,„... 
INTEGRATiSn has become one-hay STREET 

■"-'iEE^At^O^M^RICAN NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 
FUND DRIVE SEEKS S125.000 

'"""snii'lliVi ?3lTC"D?'li?S?rRi8i?^LTS FROM MOCKSVILLE 

BLACK nuCK 

SEE ALSO DUCKS 
BLACK OUCK: a 



DECLINE WITHOUT SOLID ANSWERS 



^'•*SEe"1l5o''duPHAM city schools, BLACK HISTORY 

III ALSO S^vf^OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AFRO- AMER I C AN STUDIES 
"stamp EXHIBIT TO FEATURE 8LAC< HISTORY 

CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH riiETURF 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH. ..SPOTLIGHT ON CULTURE 

PLAN FOR QUll „ ^, 

f5J'^llL":;R^Sl? ^?«S^'T^«fBVBaUT BLACKS 

°B?:C^°s?KS5ES°?^ro:LSE"NWHSwiV'^TT^I"g?CLINE AT AREA UNIVERSITIES 

"*"^!i!f*h:a^noj:i^:e!ip3?;!is.T ON CULTURE 

BL^i^HllTORY^SNTH BEGINS IN SCHOOLS 

IT- S HISTORY 

RUFFIN SPEAKS 

PLAY HIGHLIGHTS BLACKS 

SMILES FOR PERFORMERS , , 

DURHAM TECH lAPFS TO FEATURE SLACKS 

POETRY CAN BE FUN 

TRAC ING THEIR ROOTS 

ESSAY WINNERS 

BLACK INDUSTRIES 

IN ' " 

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i^Syl'Siw^'Fot^BLACK INOUSTRIES 

;b;8*NTi''?y^'F?r^;G5jriss^ sf ^^aIk ,nd 



"'■"sEE'-Ntct'BLicK'oEMaCRATIC LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

'^'I^E-^rsS'Sc'lcK-^^^SiS'^S^INESSES ^ ,,,,,„,,, 

BLACK MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION PLANS CONFERENCF 

"'■iEE'°AL'lo FL.'ck'-eIc^haNTS ASSOCIATION ^ , 

SEE itso oDrham business anO prifessional chain 

S^ll tttn° N":cris$0^?Al?S^'g?'MINURITY BUSINESSES 

:VSrs'«Mig''JoJ"Rr."Gfl°MiNa,iTY business program 

MlNnRVTY'FIRMs'foSFERENCE TO INCLUDE DURHAM OFFICIALS 

ECONOMIC PARITY A MUST. CHAIN TOLD 

RIAfKS SEEK ECONOMIC PARITY 

CoiMlsSlONtRS ASKED TO OK MINORITIES POLICY 

MINORITY FIRMS HELPED 

MINORITY BUSINESS HEARING PLA>INED 

"i™ PROMISES MORE "tNO?"'' f «" *'° „„c,M:<<fS 

ummT BAfiC; IFCI^LATIGN TO mEL' SMALL BUSlNtiStb 

SppjR?;NI?IFl''ilt:L OPEN AS RECESSION WINDS DOWN 

PUBLISHER; BLACK FIRMS NEED CASH TO EXPAND 

BLACK BUSINESS NEEDS UNITY 



DATE 

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2/19/R3 ( 
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5/U/83 I 
5/20/63 
5/27/n3 
6/07/83 
6/31/83 
9/01/83 
9/11/83 
10/27/63 
11/03/83 
11/08/63 
1 1/18/83 
U/19/83 
12/01/83 
12/04/83 
12/05/83 
12/10/63 



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H 2 1/06/83 A 17 



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1/31/63 
2/02/83 
2/03/83 
2/17/83 
3/22/83 
3/23/83 
U/18/83 
12/2'./63 



2/02/83 
2/03/83 
2/06/63 
2/10/83 
2/11/83 
2/12/83 
2/l'>/e3 
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2/19/83 
2/25/63 
2/25/83 
3/21/83 



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BLACK EXECUTIVES PELIEVE "ECESSIOH. FEDERAL POLICY HAVE CUT RECRUITING 

CHAIN OUSTS ITS OiaeCTOR 

STATE MINORITY BUSINESS GROUP MEETS THUPSOAV 

MINORITY BUSINESSMEN URGED TO DEVELOP FIRMS 

MINORITY BUSINESSES URGED TO IFFER NEEDED SERVICES 

yiNSTON-SALEM TRIES TO INCREASE BUSINESS WITH MINORITIES, 

WINSTON-SALEM SEEKING MINORITY BUSINESS 

BLACK STREET TO aE TOPIC OF MEETING ^ „ 

REAL ESTATE: FROM FOOTBALL IN THE YAZOO BASIN TO MACkOBIOLOGY IN DURHAM 

AIDING MINORITY FIRMS 

PROGRAM .ILL AID MINORITY BUSINESSMEN 

CHAMBERt BLACK BUSINESS CHAIN FORGE LINK FOR WORKING TOGETHER 

SLACK PHYSICIANS 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 

BLACK DOCTOR REMEMBERS OLDER TIMES 

BLACK REPUBLICANS OF DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY, DURHAM COUNTY 
BLACK GOP TO ORGANIZE 
HAWKINS TO SPEAK TO BLACK REPJBLICANS 

BLACK SABBATH IROCK GROUPI 

RECORD STORE OWNER PULLS ROCK ALBUM 

BLACK WALNUTS , , 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 

BLACK WOMEN 

ARTICLE UNFAIR TO BLACK WOMEN 

CORPORATE «ORLO TOUGH FOR BLACK WOMEN 

NCCU TO HOST CONFERENCE ON LIVES OF BLACK WOMEN 

CONFERENCE TO FOCUS ON WOMEN 

BLACKBEARD, KNIGHl OF THE BLACK FLAG (PLAYI 

PLAY Casts blackbearu as rogue, gentleman 

BLACKBIRDS 

FALCONS COULD MINIMIZE BLACKBIRD PROBLEM 

RLACKHAIL 

SEE EXTORTION 

BLACKNALL ST. GROCERY 

GROCERY LOSES FOQO STAMP TRADE 

BLACKOUTS 

SEE POWER FAILURES 

BLACKS, Durham 

SEE ALSO BLA 
SEE ALSO BLA 
SEE ALSO DUR 
SEE ALSO OUR 

WHITE SLAT 

DEMOCRATS 

DEMO LEADE 

RACIALLY B 

BLACKS APP 

SHIFT IS S 

CHRISTIAN 

HOW TIMES 

BOARD OF E 

LEADERS KE 

A SLAP AT 

CHAIN OUST 

anARO REFU 

GROUPS ASK 

BLACK GRQU 

GROUPS' SC 

ALL-»HII£ 

ACTION, NO 

COUNTY SCH 

SUGGESTED 

YEAGER OFF 

DEPUTY SUP 

PUNISHMENT 

SCHOOL BOA 

TEACHER* S 

DR. REID"S 

■WE REaCTE 

N.C. BLACK 

SPAULDINGS 



CKS, N.C. 
CKS, U.S. 
HAM, N.C, RACE 
HAM COMMITTEE ON 
E ROUSES IRE OF 
CHOOSE ELECTIONS 
RS TRIED TO PREV 
AStD POLITICS HA 
EAR IN CONTROL 
EEN IN DURHAM DE 
GROUP MAY GO STA 
on CHANGE: DUKE 
LECTIONS CHANGES 
COGNIZED 
BLACK COMMITTEE 
S ITS DIRECTOR 
SES BLACKS' RFOU 

BLACK TUTORIAL 
PS ASK FOR SCHOO 
hOOL idea EARNS 
BOARD: BLACK GRO 
T COMPLAINTS, TO 
QOLS NEED BLACK 
POLITICAL ROLE 9 
ENDS BLACKS 
ERINTENDENT REQU 

REPORTS WANTED 
RD'S FAIRNESS DE 
FIRING WASN'T RA 

PROTEST 'EMBARR 
D TO THE TIMES' 
S WELCOME BID 

GIVEN DUE HONOR 



relatiuns 

the affairs of black people 
bla:ks 

board members 
ent black-whitt clash 

RM 3URHAM COUNTY 
F CIIUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
MOCRATIC PARTY 
TEWI Df 

CHANGES PLANS 
PROPOSED 



EST TO RESET MEET InG 

PROGRAM IN COUNTY SCmOULS 

L CHANGES 

MIXED REVIEW 

UPS WANT CHANGE FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS 

FURTHER BLACKS' CAUSE 
ADVI SORY PANEL 
Y SUPERINTENDENT WRONG 

EST NIXED 
ON SAME DAY 
SERVES COMMENDATION 
CISM 
Sfl NG' 



S BY NAACP 



MAY FACE HARD TIMES 



BLACKS, EMPLOYMENT 
SEE JOB TRAINING 
SEE UNEMPLOYMENT, BLACKS 

BLACKS, FARMERS 

SEE ALSO FARMERS, U.S. 

OFFICIALS SAY MINORITY FARMERS IN N.C. 

BLACKS. JUDGES 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. U.S. 

HUNT NAMES 15T BLACK TO N.C. SUPREME COURT 
GOVERNOR TO APPOINT FRYF TO STATE SUPREME COURT 
THE NEWS SAID BECTON; FRYE'S SON KNEW OTHERWISE 
FRYE A FINE CHOICE 

1ST BLACK JUDGE TAKES OFFICE IN WESTERN N.C. 
BLACK JUDGE TAKES OATH 

BLACKS, MAYORS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS 
SEE ALSO MAYORS, U.S. 

HAROLD WASHINGTON'S RECORD: JAIL TERM, DISBARMENT 

WATCH THIS NATIVE SON 

GANTT: DETERMINATION WAS KEY TO VICTORY 

GANTI SAYS HIS ELECTION HELPS BLACK CANDIDATES 

BLACKS, MIL ITaRY 

PITT COUNTY TO CHANGE MONUMENT 

BLACKS, MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 
MAKING PLANS 
JUNE CONCERT SERIES SALUTES BLACK MUSIC 



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S 2 3/22/83 A « L 

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6/D3/B3 D 12 P N 



-_ -_. DURHAM 

SFE ALSO BLACKS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BLACK NURSES ISSJCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION Of BLACK EDUCATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

ABC OFFICER PROMOTED; IN VE ST I". A TOR IS AODEO 

BLACK PARTY SEEKS PLACE ON BALLOT 

ex-SHERIFF DRAWS FIRE 



7 1/01/83 C I 
2 1/17/83 A 10 
2 1/17/83 A 1 I 



Q N T M L » / » '<,^„V,2,'- 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



S U B J E C 



fti if K pnPlIUMON IN N.C. INCREASES 

orscSiHiNlnoN rulinc ovEsruRNEO 

BL»CH GPOUP FOCUSING ON N.C. 
9LACK lE»OE« SIBESSES ECONOMI. c 



AKeTmSS north CAROLINA CROWN 

5:,'L?^«E-.Bll"LEG?$^S7i£"o?sk,CTSC.LL60 01 SCRIM NATORy 

I'c 'JiiEuE 3i'-'MUN?c'lPAUTIEs'ELECIS ITS FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT 
SoSe ti^C^iLKK LEADERS like ^ONO.LE-S REMARKS 



BLACKS. POLITICAL OFF I CE HOLDERS 

II ttIS gtp'Si5'c3i;??^EE ON T^ 
SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK DEMOCBATIC L 

Sore WOMEN and blacks in 1983 

UHITF SLATE ROUSES IRE OF BL AC 
DEMOCRATS CHOOSE ELECTIONS BQA 
DEMO LEADERS TRIED TO PREVENT 
RACIALLY BASED POLITICS HARM 
SlNORITY SUCCESS NOT NEM ' 

JESSE JACKSON SEES OLD SOylH, 
SoGthFRN RACISM STILL eNJ"£NCH 
BLACK OFFICIALS HEAS HOPEFULS 
SiTNESS CITES RACIAL POLARIZAI 
2 UNC PROFESSORS TESTIFY ON RA 
WHITE VOTER «EGISTRATION DROPS 
MULTIMEMBER LEGISLATIVE pSTR 
OFFICIAL TESTIFIES NO RACIAL 
WITNESSES SAY BLACKS FACE BAR) 
senator: 5INGLE-MEMBER OISTRI: 
WITNESS BACKS CURRENT SYSTEM 3 
WLTI^EMBER DISTRICTS CALLED . 
SLACKS HOPE TO WIN N.C., CONM 
FORMER EDUCATOR PLANNING TO J] 
BLACJ CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR S 
ORANGF CHAIRMAN SJJS ?LACK OFF 
JACKSON URGES POLITICAL TRADES 
JACKSON'S NCCU TALK RESULTS IM 
N.C. BLACKS WELCOME BID 

jackson's campaign must follow 
tSrnoSt seen crucial in CHABLT 
voters in charlotte elect citr 

NEW COUNCIL REFLECTS POPULATi: 
MONDALE HURT -OST BY JACKSON C 
GANTT: DETERM nation WAS KEY T 
GANTT SAYS HIS ELECTION HELPS 

='-'"i-slHy§LS' 'racial ratio ATILT 



AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 
EAOERSHIP CAUCUS 
LEG! SLATURE 
KS 

RO MEMBERS 
BLACK-WHITE CLASH 
lURHAH COUNTY 

NOT TODAY'S 

ED 

FOR GOVERNOR 

ION IN N.C. ELECTIONS 

CE FACTOR IN POLITICS 

, N.C. OFFICIAL SAYS 

CTS CALLED DISCRIMINATORY 

NTENT FOUND IN ASSEMBLY RE D 1 ST R IC T I NG 

TS WEREN'T URGED 

to^T^BLACK VOTING STRENGTH 
E5SICNAL RACES IN '8". 
IN GOVERNOR'S RACE ,,„„„, 

TRESS'=S EDUCATIONAL REFORMS 
ICIALS ARE ROLE MODELS 

REGISTERING OF SOD STUDENTS 

HIGH ROAD 
TTE ELECTION 
'S FIRST BLACK MAYOR 
N PATTERNS 
ANDIDACY 
VICTORY 
BLACK CANDIDATES 



''-'sEe'aLSo'^S"^ association of black EDUCATORS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. N.C. 

^SN^I'lIScK^^oSI'Tgls^iSouP H.= MBERS DISCUSSED CONCERNS 



■iLACKS. TELEVISION 

III iti? ?ltrv 1 SR. STEREOTYPE.. ^^^. 

biKis::; itrKs^'rA^Ni^^^^u^^nSSSicsM level off 

BLACKS. UNEMPLOYMENT 

SEE UNEMPLOYMENT, BLACKS 

^'•"sEe'aLSo'pLACKS. DURHAM 

III Itig S'A^iS^lL'aLlCK INQPEN^IS^^U""' """' 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN 
SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, DURHAM 

'^iptb^SisrEK'p'R^'srD^ur.^ ^;5< FORCE 

THE BROKEN PROMISE 
A iuEENLY START 
GLIMPSES: SELMA BURKE 
CLOSING GAP ON TEST SCORES 

KS, U.S.. CA^^CER 
MORE MINORITY IN 

BLACKS, U.S., MIGRATION 

SEE ALSO Population, u.s. 

BLACKS MIGRATE TO NEW SOUTH 
SLACKS. VOTER REGISTRATION 

II :tlS 'iuniil l°nllVlW^ ON .LACK VOTER PARTICIPATION. 
SEE ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION 

VOTER REGISTRATION CONTINUING NONSTOP 

JESSE JACKSON TO APPEAR MERE 

^ficKT.N'ff.HlS !f5J'GE?"iF%UTER REGISTRATION DRIVE 

VOTE CAMPAIGN COMES TO DHS 

J?isl'"lA?!^|;5&SrE's'0LD SOUTH. NOT TODAY'S 
f 'ErD3M^?2li;jVP.!;2JS^N?':'rAri?u'-l-i;HORTS, 'SIGN UP' 

hIaD OF NaScP CALLS FOR VOTE REGISTRATION 



?^IS SIsSAGE TIMELESS 

SOUTHERN RACISM STILL ENTRENCHED 

MOTION TO QUASH OFFERED 

BLACK REGISTRATION URGED 



ShaI NORTH CaS6una NEWSPAPERS S" 'ao^J,^ti'",;| 
SnONEYHAM BEGINS DRIVE '?SIGV UP CHRISTIAN VOIFR 
ACTION, NOT COMPLAINTS, TO F U' THE R BL ACK S L AUS t 
WHITE VOTER REGISTRATION DROPS, N.C. OFFICIAL SAY 



VOTER REGISTRATION 
---RS 




BLACKS* WRITERS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, SOUTHERN 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, U.S. 



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'CCLORED 64RD' PJ6L1SHE0 FIRST BLACK BOHK IN N.C. 



S U H J E C r S 



PACL 6 5 



BLACK SHI THS 

VESTcR»EaR: 



DURHAM SETS TASTE OF 19Tn-CENTURY CHRISTMAS 



BLAIR HOUSE (RESTAURANT) 

LAKYEO HAS MONEY TCI LIVE AHAY 

8LAL0CK ROAD 

OUST UNSETTLED ON BLALOCK RD A,) • S FATE 
8LALCCK ROAD RESIDENTS SEEKING CITY rJRIOGE 
MEETING DEMANDED (IN flRIOCf AN") ROAD 
COMMITTEE FAVORS PAVING PART DF ROAD 

BLALDCK'S CQNVENIENCF STORE 
RDuGEMONT STORE ROBBED 

BLAST CRISIS IMUSIC GROUP) 

BLUES COMBO MEDICS' 'BLAST- 
BLIND 

SEE ALSO BLIND REHABILITATION UNIT 

SEE AlSn CATARACTS 

SEE ALSO MOREHEAD SCHOOL FOR THf BLIND 

SEE ALSO RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA 

SEE ALSO VISION 

BLIND MAN RESCUED FROM APT. 

NEIGHBOR RESCUES BLIND MAN 

READING ALOUD 

BLIND GIRL HOPING TO SEE IN UIRHAM 

SIGHT, DIABETES LINK IS FOCUS 

MEDICAL FIRM TO APPEAL »1.5 MILLION AWARD TO BOY 

SURGERY HELPS BRAZILIAN GIRL SEE 

SAYING FAREWELL 

MANY PEOPLE hFLPED blind GIRL 

CREDIT MUST BE SHARED 

BLIND GOLFER'S MENTAL PICTURE TRANSLATES INTO MID-9DS SCORES 

PROGRAMS AVAILABLE FOR DIABETIC PATIENTS 

ALAMANCE COIJRTROOM VISIT IHPRDVEO MAN'S EYESIGHT 

THE LIFE-SAVING TOUCH; RED CRTSS GIVES CPR COURSE FOR THE dLIND 

LEARNING TO HELP BLIND 

BLIND MAN IS INJURED IN HIT, 'UN 

SHE RECEIVED GIFT OF SIGHT 

BLIND REHABILITATION UNIT 

BUDGET CUTS THREATEN CENTER F:1 R bLIND 

CHANGE MAKES SENSE 

CENTER FOR BLIND TO MOVE TO RALEIGH FROM fluTNER 

JOBS SECURE FOR WORKERS 

REHAB CENTER MOVE OPPOSED 

SLOOO 

SEE ALSO PLASMA 

UNC SCIENTISTS THINK THEY'VE FOU.WO NEW FORM OF BLOOD CELL 

BLOOD DONORS 

SEE ALSO 6L03DM0BILE 

RED CROSS SCREENING BLOOD OONTRS FOR AIDS 

RED CROSS WORKERS SCREENING FOR SYNDROME 

BLOOD DONORS 

BLOOD DONATIONS DECLINE IN JUVE 

AIDS: 'NO NEED TO PANIC' DUKE DOCTOR SAYS 

BLOOD DONORS SCREENED FOR AIDS SYMPTOMS 

BLOOD-COLLECTING PROCEDURES SAID OK TO SCREEN FOR AIDS 

RED CROSS NEEDS THREE BLOOD TYPES 

BLOOO DONORS SOUGHT 

FOUR TYPES OF BLOOD NEEDED BY RED CROSS 

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY DISEASE KILLS DONOR OF BLOOO FACTOR... 

boy: DEATH 'COMES IN' WITH AIDS 

RECOGNITION PROGRAM SINGLES OUT VOLUNTEERS 

TO DONATE BLOOD 

WANTED: DRIVERS 

STORY AIDS RED CROSS DONOR EFFORT 

BLOOO DRIVE STARTS TUESDAY 

GIVING BLOOD 

BLOOD SUPPLIES DECLINE DURING HOLIDAY SEASON 

SLOOO PRESSURE 

SEE ALSO HYPERTENSION 
A PERSONAL TOUCH 

WILL A CLOVE A DAY KEEP DOCTOR AWAY? 
DUKE CLINIC EYES BLOOD PRESSURE 

BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING CLINIC 

DUKE HYPERTENSION CLINIC SEEKS CAUSES 

BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO RECKLESS DRIVING 

AFTON AREA RESIDENTS GIVE BLOOD SAMPLES 

BLOOO TRANSFUSIONS 

TRANSFUSION METHOD HELPS TRANSPLANT PATIENTS 
AIDS: 'NO NEED TO PANIC DUK! DOCTOR SAYS 

BLOOD VESSELS 

UNC SURGEONS FIND WAY TO REDUCE RISK OF INFECTIONS IN ARTERIAL GRAFTS 

BLOODMOaiLE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN RED CROSS 
SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 

BLOODMOBILE TO VISIT SCHOOL 

BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB 

SEE ALSO GARDENING, DURHAM 
SCHOOL RECEIVES PLANTS 
BLOSSOM GARDENERS WORK HARD AT OHS 

BLOWING RUCK, N.C. 

THE HIGH COUNTRY; 



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DATE C PG L P BYL 



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H 2 12/l''/83 A 1 P N M51 



H ? 8/20/B3 



S ? 3/DS/'<3 B 1 

S 2 3/I<./B3 C I 

S 2 7/25/B3 A 1 

H 2 i/01/ffl B 1 



H 2 10/11/B3 B 1 
H 2 8/l''/e3 D 10 



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H 2 7/29/93 B 1 N B30 



H 2 2/07/93 A 



H 1 4/16/83 B 1 



H 2 1/16/93 A 19 N 

H 2 2/13/83 E 10 P U G79 



THERE'S GRA10FATHEK MOUNTAIN, TWEETSIE, BLOWING ROCK H 2 7/31/83 D 9 p F 



BLUE AND GRAY FOOTBALL GAME 

AREA PLAYERS SET FOR BLUE-GRAY CLASH 
BENNETT, ACC STARS TOP GRAY RISTER 
BENNETT HITS GAME-WINNER 
BENNETT'S TO PASS SEALS WIN FOR GRAY 

BLUE BELL MANUFACTURING, INC. 

BLUE BELL SAYS STRATEGY COULD BOOST EARNINGS 

BLUE BELL SALES OOWN ; PROFITS UP 

3 TEXTILE FIRMS WENT PRIVATE DURING 1993 

BLUE CROSS C BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 
INSURANCE COST RISES AT DUKE 
DUKE RAISES INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES 



S 2 12/23/93 D 1 N 

H 2 12/25/93 B 3 N 

S 2 12/26/83 D 5 P N 

H 2 12/26/93 8 2 P N 



H 2 2/D4/83 A 12 
H 2 11/10/83 A 20 
H 2 12/29/83 B <. 



H 2 1/12/93 B I 
S 2 1/12/93 A 7 



MONTHLY/ 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



aC/BS EXPANDS HEALTH COVERAGE ^ . „, ., 

hil Si,t!;lRl?T?^f!"c^?6^J%*^^S^^ir^S^E'SE.LTH p.*. OPTIC. 

CHIRLOTTE FIRM RtCEIVES AWAPO 

FIRM c IIEO 

PARENTS CAN PREVENT DRUG USE „ ..^ ^ 

PROBLEMS CITED In STATE EMPLOYEES' INSURANCE 

"SrT: BLUE CROSS iAITEO TOO LONG FOR ylNOOW SUIT 

CLAIM UNPA ID 

ROOM RATES JUMP AT HOSPITAL ,„,,, 

OUTPATIENT CARE CUTS MED 1 C AU C OST S 

I^OZV. grplSl fM?^8virs'5'ESS.SURANCE PLAN 

^tiil ^S81l%rrs'jE^?rRiT?SS;N HONOR OF SOTH ANN ,V|RSARY 

BUCKS FOR 6UCKLING UP: BLUE CiOSS GIVING PRIZES TO EMPLQVt 

FIRMS CELEBRATE MILESTONES 

FIRM H ise TO BACK BELT USE 

t^PRllfTN* Up 

SLUE CROSS REPORTS HIGH GROUP ENROLLMENT 

HEALTH PLAN GAINS POPULARITY 

J;?g°,::;So°^il? ISRS^f^J"lS'pE.SON.L CARE PLAN 

3?5SiJVs'MTiLi?Sn§^ p'e^c^Srd'^eIn'as good example fur st. 
bJSe crSss inJites puolic to anniversary party, tour 
blue cross and blue shield: open housf 

S;t,PJSSIsTRO?t';^G'?2J^8ER INSURANCE COVERAGE 

THE 3UESTIJN NOT ANSWERED 

EoOfRiop'PRMSErtECJRO OF BLIE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD 

S^nf:it»"sT'SEM G%'^lN'?S^?sfS!?%0« RETAIL STORES 
PRIVATE PATIENTS HELP PAY EXPENSES 
NATIONAL HMO NETWORK FORMED 

BLUE CROSS L BLUE SHIELD OF N.C., EMPLOYEES 
NO BLUES HERE,. ^ 
TURNING BACK TIME 
GIVING BLOOD 



BLUE CRO 



N.C. CITIES, TOuNS 



ROSS C BLUE SHIELD OF N.C, HISTORY 
r.ILESTONE FOR BLUE CROSS 

l°i]W 11" 'anS Sn -MEfcB r"S^ PITAL CARE formed IN 
BLUE CROSS celebration: TIME FOR SOBER CHANGES 
FIRST BENEFITS 

nillF CROSS AND BLUf SHIELD OF N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 
'■"^ BlSecSoSS REPORTS BEST UUAR TE RL Y GROW H 
BLUE CROSS SHAVES »125 MILLION OFF COSTS 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD PRINTINS SHOP 
PRINTING SHOP FIRE 

BLUE JEANS 

LONG HAUL ,r,,rn 

FAKE DESIGNER JEANS SEIZED „^, ,,.,, ,,... 
COURT BATTLE EXPECTED OVER MEXICAN JEANS 
JEANS: MAJOR SOVIET PROBLEM 

^'■"^ CUMBERLAND SUNDAY SALES LAW UPSET 
BLUE LAWS STILL ON BOOKS IN SOME 
WILMINGTON BLUE LAWS OPPOSED 

BLUE LIGHTS ,,„,, 

SEE AUinS, BLUE LIGHTS 

°'"'Cc'?'?OB2?c8'sfEC°U^tlPs KEEP TAOS ON BLUE -OLD 
BLUE MOLD FOUND IN 3 COUNTIES 

BLUE MOLD FOUND IN 5 COUNTIES „.,c,, ,-„,^.Tti:5 

BLUE "OLD FOUND ON LEAF IN 15 OF STATE'S COUNTIES 
BLUE MOLD FOUND IN PERSON 
GRANT TO FIGHT BLUE NOLO 
BLUE MOLD ON DECLINE IN N.C. 

"''" S:??^E1S"hX?Jh?"'.N NATION'S TOP FIVt 

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 

RAIN. COOL SAVE FALL COLOR SHTW 

pliL COLORS ON PARKWAY EXPECTED TO PEAK TODAY 

blue suede decade (playl 

'blue sueoe' is all shook up 

blueberries ,„„.. 

Se'S fighting jack frost 
blueberry crop may drop 

bluebirds 

"fOLKS°AROuSo here: WITH THE BIRD SET 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUuHT 



"'-'""fNiE?¥?G!TORM''BiD-RICGING PRIBE FAR FROM OVER 

BOARD OF CHAR ITIFS,ANO^PUBLIC "^LFARE 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

BOAT BUILDERS , , 

SEE ALSO SHIPBUILDING „,,,„ 

HURRICANE NO ILL WIND TO YAChT MAKER 
CHATHAM BOAT BUILDER BRINGS BACK WOOD 
FIRM GETS NAVY CONTRACT 

"°*5ee"SiE?NAMESE REFUGEES 

BOAT SAFETY „ ,, 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS , 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SAFETY ._ ^„ 

THEY GO OVERBOARD WITH POWER 
BOAT SAFETY URGED AT BEACHES, LAKES 

^'^'sEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS 



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1/23/B3 Oil N 


S 2 


1/26/93 A 5 N 


H 2 


l/30/n3 12 N 


H 2 


2/13/83 A n N 


S 2 


2/l'./a3 CI N 


S 2 


3/0'i/B3 A3 N EOS 


H 2 


<,/01/S3 B 6 N 


S 2 


<,/0<)/B3 A 10 N 


H 2 


5/10/83 A <. L 


S 2 


5/12/83 C 1 N MZJ 


S 2 


5/13/83 A 1 fJ "|5 


S 2 


5/25/83 B 1 N L3e 


H 2 


5/26/83 A 2". N 


H 2 


6/06/83 B 1 N 


S J 


6/25/B3 A 2 P N 


H 2 


6/28/83 6 1 N 


H 2 


6/30/83 A 4 E 


S 2 


7/02/83 A <. E 


S 2 


7/30/63 A 1 P P K30 


S 2 


7/30/83 A 2 P N 


5 2 


8/10/83 CI N J56 


H 2 


8/l<,/fl3 10 N CI 


S 2 


8/15/83 A 3 N 


H 2 


a/22/93 B 1 N 


S 2 


8/22/83 C 3 H N 


H 2 


<)/ll/a3 D 10 N 


H 2 


9/11/83 B 3 P A 


S 2 


9/16/n3 A ". F 


H 2 


9/23/83 b 1 N H90 


H 2 


9/26/83 A 5 L 


H 2 


9/29/83 A » L , 


H 2 


10/27/83 B 1 P N L<.1 


S 2 


10/27/83 C 9 N J56 


H 2 


11/10/83 A 20 N L<.1 


S 2 


11/10/83 A 1 3 N C60 


H 2 


12/18/93 10 N CI 


H 2 


8/18/83 B 1 P P M66 


5 2 


3/18/83 B 5 P P M66 


5 2 


12/23/83 C 7 P P "66 


S 2 


9/16/83 A ". E 


H 2 


9/18/83 D 1 F CI 


H 2 


9/19/83 1 P F 


H 2 


9/22/83 A <■ f 


S 2 


10/29/83 A 2 P P M66 


H 2 


7/31/83 C 9 N 


H 2 


7/31/83 10 N 


H 2 


5/15/93 A 25 P P T37 


S 2 


3/04/B3 A 12 N 


H 2 


8/06/93 A 16 N 


H 2 


3/07/93 C 2 N 


H 2 


10/29/83 A 4 E 



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1 7/22/83 B 1 

2 11/08/83 A 15 





'./02/83 


B 1 




5/18/83 


C 1 




6/06/83 


B 5 




6/11/83 


A 1 1 




6/22/83 


a 1 




7/01/93 


B 1 




7/29/83 


a I 



S 2 2/02/83 C 12 



H 2 10/01/B3 A 5 N 

H 2 10/16/83 9 P F C19 



H 2 <,/29/83 D 10 R W66 



H 2 '■/2I/83 A 1 P P 
H 2 6/20/83 B 10 N 



H 2 3/17/83 B 1 U 
H 2 6/29/83 B 1 U 



H 2 9/0<,/63 B 1 1 N W60 
S 2 6/21/83 A 5 N 



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3 9/03/83 C 1 
? 10/01/93 a 5 



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/ANNUAL INOtX 

1/01/83 - 12/31/83 



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SEE ALSO CANOES 

SEE ALSn OURriAH PnwEK iOUAOftON 

SEE ALSO MARINAS 

SEE ALSO ROWBOaTS 

SEE ALSO SAILPOATS 

SEE ALSn SAILING 

SEE ALSO YACHTS 

TOMMY .WILLIAMS CAN FIX THAT 8'ISTED OJTbDARD PROP 

YOUNG LOVERS ARE CHARGED IN 81 A T THEFT 

BASIC SOATING CLASSES BEGIN O'i APRIL 17 

BOAT IS STOLEN 

MAN ARRESTEO AfTER THREAT TO 1LAST HOAT 

STOLEN BOAT FOUND BURNING IN 1 AHAMA 

HAN SURVIVES FOR 5 DAYS IN BOAT SURROUNED BY ICE 



BOB JONES lJ!<lyi. 'PSH'I'^Utfl, 5'? 



N.C. SCHOOL LOSES TAX DECISION 

RULING MAY KILL SOME RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS 

PUBLIC WON'T SUBSIOUE SCHOOL DISCRIMINATION 

FUNDAMENTALISTS ANSWER LIBERALS WITH FIERY ATTACKS 

DENIAL OF TAX BREAKS HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

SCHOOL TAX BREAK RULING HAS LITTLE IMPACT SO FAR 



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6/on/»3 


A 


8 


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12/30/83 


A 


8 


H 


? 


5/25/8J 


A 


1 


s 


7 


5/25/83 


A 


1 7 


s 


7 


5/26/83 


A 


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H 


7 


8/27/93 


A 


7 


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7 


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NEW HOME 

BOBCAT GIVEN TO MUSEUM 

WHO'S THERE? 

BOB'S THRIFTY SHOPPE 1526 MAIN ST. I 

POLICE INVESTIGATING HOLDUP AT STORF 

BOODIE-NOELL ENTERPRISES 

PLANETARIUM GIVEN 15,000 

BOEING. BOEING IPLAYI 

'BOEING': A CRASH ON TAKE-OFF 

BOGUE BANKS, N.C. 

3R0 BRIDGE SAID NEEDED TO BOGJE aANKS 

BOGUE INLET 

BOGUE BRIDGE PLAN SUPPORTED 

NEW BRIDGE OVER BOGUE APPROVED 

WELCOME BRIDGE: WATCH FOR TILT 

COMMISSION VOTES TO BUILD PARKING LOT AT EMERALD ISLE 

EMERALD ISLE TO SUE STATE 

BOILING SPRINGS LAKE. N.C. 

MAN HOLDS POLICE CHIEF HOSTAGE 

BOISE CASCADE CO. 

FIRM MAY BUILD DAMS IN N.C, S .C . 

BOLIN CREEK 

BOLIN creek: BUILDER IS CONVIMCEO HE'S BUILDING OFFICE OF THE 

bolin creek center 

chapel hill office center laimcheo 
sketch of proposed office building 
mutual lays off 50 employees 
bolin creek construction 

bolivia, south america 

duke to help with andean health project 

'country doctor' left comfort for blichteo bolivian plateau 

boll weevil 

see also cotton 
see also insects, pests 
congressmen disclaim 'boll weevil' label 

bolton. n.c. 

tapes in soles trial reveal s'fall-town life, concerns 

hunt investigates bolton drin< vote 

bolton election prose complete, results withheld 

board plans hearing on bolton abc vote 

bolton vote is invalidated 

fbi criticized on bolton referendum 

bolton residents blame fbi agents for drinks vote 

fbi election tampering carries 'colcor' too far 

bomb threats 

see also n.c. central univ., boh b threats 
see also telephone threats 
see also threats 

'penny roll bomb' was a real 3ud 

fake bomb left at ouke hospital 

man sentenced for extortion attempt 

man arrested after threat to 3last boat 

illegal alien on boat threatens explosion 

carraoro bomb threat probed 

bomb threat made 

bomb remark leads to arrest 

hijack ing no 'joke ' 

bOmb report made 

host of building cleared afte' caller makes threat 

students evacuated 

phillips junior high evacuated 

bomb threat empties four ccb branches 

bomb threat probed 

people calling in bomb threats may be giving listener a profile 

school gets bomb threat 

BOMB Threat at construction site 

BOMB threat clears HOSPITAL; PATIENT DIES 



S 2 6/23/83 C 1 P P F70 

H 2 7/13/83 B I N 

H 2 7/17/83 C 1 P P C56 



S 2 1/07/83 A t 1 

H 2 6/26/83 C 1 

H 2 6/10/83 10 

s 2 a/2'»/e3 A 2 



s 2 <,/26/a3 b 7 n 

H 2 6/11/83 A 1 M N 

H 7 6/15/83 A 4 E 

H 2 '7/23/83 A 3 N 

S 2 10/31/83 C 3 N 



S 2 5/10/83 A 12 N 
H 2 2/27/83 A 14 N 
FUTURE NOW H 2 10/02/83 D 12 P F L41 



S 2 1/25/83 A 3 N 

H 3 1/26/83 8 ION 

H 2 7/24/83 9 N L41 

H 2 9/04/83 11 P P K30 



H 2 3/13/83 A 6 N 
H 2 5/03/83 A 10 N 



S 2 2/11/83 C 14 



BOMBING ATTEMPTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FIREBOMBS, N.C. ' 

SEE ALSO TERRORISM 

CONVICTIONS OF SU NAZIS OVERTURNED 
COURT OVERTURNS 6 NAZIS' CONVICTIONS 

U.S. ATTORNEY PLANS TO RETRY NAZIS ON CONSPIRACY CHARGES 
TRIAL OF SIX AMERICAN NAZIS POSTPONED UNTIL SEPT. 12 
JURY IN NAZI TRIAL HEARS TAPES OF ALLEGED PLOT 
JURY HEARS BOMBING PLAN IN ThIRO TRIAL IF SIX NAZIS 
EX-AGENT'S CREDIBILITY ATTACKED IN NAZIS' TRIAL 
TAPED VOICE: 'WE WAS FIXING Tl LEVEL. ..THE CITY- 
NAZIS CONVICTED IN ThIRO TRIAL 

MAN SUBDUED AFTFR FAILING TO BLOW UP COURTHOUSE 
MAN CHARGED IN BOMB CASE HELD UNDER il MILLION BONO 

BOMBING ATTEMPTS, U.S. 

SECURITY HAS ITS LIMITS 

BOMeiNGS, INTERNATIONAL 

BOMBING MUST NOT DETER U.S. EFFORTS IN MIDEAST 
RED CARPET AT U.S. EMBASSY IN BEIRUT ICAkTOONI 



7/31/83 A 10 



9/26/83 B 

11/06/83 B 

U/2<'/B3 B 

12/04/83 C 

12/09/83 A 

12/10/83 A 

12/15/83 A 



H 7 


1/25/B3 


A 




N 


S 7 


1/25/83 


A 




N 


H ? 


3/11/83 


H 




N 


H 7 


6/04/83 


A 




N 


S 7 


6/04/83 


A 




N 


S 7 


8/17/83 


A 




N 


H \ 


9/19/83 


H 




N 


H 7 


8/25/93 


A 




N 


S 7 


9/27/83 


A 




F 


S 2 


10/21/93 


r 




N 


H 7 


10/22/93 


B 




N 


S 1 


11/10/83 


c 




N 


H \ 


11/ 1/93 


11 




N 


H 3 


11/ 2/93 


B 




N 


S 7 


11/ 7/83 


( 




N 


S 7 


12/01/93 


(. 




N 


S 7 


12/07/83 


A 




N 


H 7 


12/17/93 


A 


1 5 


N 


H 2 


12/26/93 


A 




N 


S 7 


4/29/83 


A 


2 


N 


H 7 


4/29/93 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


4/30/83 


B 


16 


N 


H 7 


6/23/83 


r 


6 


N 


H 7 


9/13/83 


A 


1 


N 


H 7 


9/ 4/83 


B 


5 


N 


H 7 


9/ 5/83 


A 


7 


N 


H 7 


9/ 6/83 


A 


a 


N 


H 7 


9/ 7/93 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


I0/H6/83 


A 


1 p 


N 


H 2 


10/07/93 


A 


7 


N 



S 2 11/29/93 A 



4/20/83 A 4 
4/21/83 A 4 r 



1 N D E « 
12/31/33 



BODY OF &0LD5BQB0 HOMiN fOUNQ IN |"BA S S Y RUBdL E 

HASINEi- BURLINGTON VICTIM HA<; OUE BACK HOME SOON 

"cLE sin UNDER ATTACK IN LEBANON ICARTOONI 

KEEP ON TRUCKIN- (CARTOONI 

ASSASSINATION FROM MIDDLE AGES 

240 PEAR TREES HILL HONOR SLAIN MARINES 

'°'""^0'ia?lL"li2s"^iES'^<5S^D FOR =XPLOSION 

lssk°li2^°fS5fs?Ihi?^§^K°^^ii^?£ 

MAN CHARGED wITH BOMBING IN LINCOLNTON 
MAN HELD UITHOUT BONO IN LINCOLNTON BOMBING 
MAN SENTENCED IN BOMBING 
BLAST DAMAGES CLUB NEAR SPARTA 

"''""'^St'^RE-NEHS item: an anonymous CALLER TO THE WASHINGTON POST. . . I C AR TOON I H | 11/1V«3 J 
SECURITY HAS ITS LIMITS 

BOMBS 
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H 2 12/15/83 
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H 2 2/05/83 
5 2 5/23/83 
H 2 5/2<./a3 
H 2 5/25/m 
H 2 5/26/83 
H 2 8/17/83 
H 2 11/17/83 


A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
B 
B 


8 
1 
1 
7 
I 3 
5 
7 


P 


N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 
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ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

ALSO DISARMAMENT 

ALSO DYNAMITE 

ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE ,,,. 

OLICE FIND BOMB AT CHAPEL HILL HIGH 

BOMB' FOUND AT HIGH SCHOOL 
ETECIIVES BELIEVE STUDENT MA3E • BOMB • 

OLICE FINGERPRINT STUDENTS 

2L''s?u^EN?!rFAK'r§EMB DRAWS REAL POLICE CHARGE 
AKE BOMB DRAWS ARREST FOR STUDENT 



s 




<>/25/fl3 


A 


N 




H 




<./26/n3 


B 






s 




<,/26/33 


A 


N 




s 




5/26/S3 


(, 


N 




H 




5/27/83 


11 


N 




H 




11/15/83 


H 


N 




S 




11/15/83 


A 1 


N 





^^^SEE^SuRil^CQUNTY INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES L POLLUTION CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY 

bone cancer 

"bone^2arho"cancer treated with interferon 

bone marrow transplants 

^^innf-marrdw^transplant may save baby girl's llff 

TSANSpfAS?: 7-SoNTH-OLO GIRL ' RECE I VE BONE MARROW 
BONE-MABROw TRANSPLANT ON BABY GIRL IS FINISHED 
J5,nOO IS RAISED FOR CANCER VICTIM 
LEUKEMIA VICTIM STILL RUNNING AFTE 
BABY HAS BONE MARROW TRANSPLA^IT AT 



FROM FATHER 



TIM PLUMMEH: back FROM LEUKEMIA 



R aONE-MARROu TRANSPLANT 
nuKE TODAY 



SEE ALSO OSTEOMYEL IT IS 

"l.vn^e !tfl8N';S??l'BUNE AIM 0.- WORK 

r,^,l^°^U'ic1T^',\\h'''i°'»il^ WOMEN'S BONES 

^'^''^'bonsai takes patience 

book-banning 
see censorship 

BOOK E«"«;;« ,5 j^. aooK EXCHANGE BUSTLES AS SEMESTER BEGINS 

'''°'' CLAIM INVOLVING SALE OF BOOKS STILL UNRESOLVED 

"""'"AIFs'^aOARO MAY PAY FOR TOWN'S BONOS 

TOWN ^EWER PLAN APPROVED ^ , 

OWNER OF TRAILER PARK FACES SEWAGE CHARGtS 
TRAILER PARK OWNER FACES SEWAGE CHARGES 



BOOKER CREEK APARTMENTS 



SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., 'PJ^'JENTS 
BOARD TO TOTE UP ITS ' DONA If D' T I ME 
BOARD BACKS ADDITION OF 10 CONDOMINIUMS 
DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS MONDAY 

BOOKFR'S QUICK STOP 

GROCERY DAMAGED BY BLA2E 

BOOKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, DURHAM 

LFNS GETS FACES OF DURHAM COLMTY 

DR. SALBER TO READ FROM BOOK „,„,,., 

RFYNOLOS WRITING HISTORY OF WATTS HOSPITAL 

■ThSeE NAPOLEoSiC BATTLES' IS BE I NG^PUBL I SHED BY DUKE 

•ME AN' EFFIE' POEMS CAPTURE ; NO AUDIENCE 

BOOK SHOwS HISTORIC UUILDINCS 



JofliSE'0N';oSV?Arjr'8:°SHINE correctly classified 'OUR STORY' 



BOOKS, 
SEE 



ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESS 



lit itlS K:^: ???^r'a^^'.ND HIST1R1C.L ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. PRESS 

SEE ALSO WR1 IFRS, N.C. 

•'?lR'-iE""siGHtv"s SUCCESSO-^ Tu BRIFFEK GUIDE OF N.C. RI 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

STATE'S LANDMARKS CATALOGED I'l BOOK 

BOOK CHRONICLES ELDERLY'S L I VE S OF TO IL 1 N flUP AL N .C . 

BOOK SURVEYS HISTORY, RECIPES OF |T «T E ' S OL OE SI R E S TAUR ANT 

RECOLLECTIONS OF MOTHER INVALJABLE FOR HISTORIAN 

AUTHOR SAYS TREASURE STILL HIODEN 

SAM FRVIN WRITES NEW HUMOR B03K , ^, 

TAR HEEL NOVELIST DISPLAYS 'A LOT OF UNOERS I AND ING ' 

CAROLINA BOOKS KEEP SELLING 

HOST STATE GROWTH PLANS DON'T WORK 

STATE'S ARCHAEOLOGY IS SUBJECT OF NEW BOOK 

BURLINGTON MAN WRITES GUIDE TO N.C. COAST 

N.C. TROOPS LISTED IN CIVIL WAR ROSTER „^„„,., 

INCREDIBLE STATE HISTORY DEPICTS 'UNIQUE PEOPLE' 

BOOKS, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS, BOOKS 

"°°S£{ ALSO CHILDREN'S BOOKS 



H 2 3/07/83 A 1 1 





3/10/B3 A 




N 




3/11/83 8 








3/12/83 A 








3/l'5/83 A 


1 i 






3/23/83 A 


I <. 






',/l<i/S3 A 




N 




',/2<./e3 D 







5/05/83 C 
6/05/R3 C 
6/26/83 A 



H 2 3/27/83 t 10 P U G78 

H 2 1/12/83 e I P N W2', 
H 2 12/15/83 A l". N W2'. 



H 3 7/07/83 B 1 

H 3 7/12/83 B 1 

H 3 12/16/85 B 1 

S 2 12/17/83 A 15 



H 3 8/03/93 H 1 
H 3 8/17/83 1 
H 3 9/16/83 B 1 



H 2 6/15/83 A 



N H90 
N 





2/27/83 





3 


P u 


H<,5 




3/06/93 


A 


1 








5/30/83 


( 




N 






5/31/83 


B 


1 i 


N 






7/10/83 


1) 




U 






10/07/83 


(, 










lO/OT/83 













11/06/83 


U 











1/01/83 




10 




R 






3/27/83 






P 


U 






5/28/9! 




1 1 










6/12/93 














6/26/83 














7/13/93 














7/2'./03 








U 






7/28/83 














8/0'?/83 














8/l<,/83 














9/25/83 




1 2 










9/25/83 




1 2 




N 






10/13/83 














11/22/83 




iU 




N 






12/l',/83 














12/25/83 









U 





HQNTMLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



SUBJECTS 



PAOE 69 

i/iT/a* 



C PG L P 6YL 



SF6 ALSO BASE (JOOKS 
SEE ALSO REVlEMSt BOOKS 
SEE ALSO TEXTBOOKS 
PASSION MINUS PO«N 
MARINE LI3RARY TO GET BOOKS 
SOME REVERE BOOKS FALSELY 



SQOKSt U.S.. BESTSFLLERS 

WIEHERS COPE KITH 'HINDS' 



AFTERMATH 



BQONE. N.C. 

THREE MfN ARRAICNEQ IN MURDER CASE 

FOR SALE: ONE MlNDMILLl BUYER MUST MOVE 

»?0 MILL ION... BLUHN , 

151.600 OFFER HIGHEST MAOf FDR UINDMILL 

SOME WATAUGA FOLKS KANT TO KEEP KINOMILL 

GSA SAYS WINDMILL MUST BE REMTVEO 

GIANT WINDMILL COMING DOWN 

BOOTLEGGING 

SEE ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES 

SEE DRUGS. SMUGGLING 

SEE MOONSHINE 

SEE RECORDING TAPES 

BORDEN BRICK AND TILE CO. (HOOVER R OAO 1 
SEE ALSO PRICK COMPANIES. N.C. 
DURHAM FIRMS JOIN GAS PROJECT 

BORG-UARNER CORP. 

«22<..03J LIEN FILED FOR TAXES 

BORN-AGAIN CHRISTIANS 
SEE ALSO RELIGION 

WHAT 'BORN AGAIN' MEANS 
KEEP CHR 1ST IN CHRISTMAS 

BOSTON COLLEGE SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

FAST FROM THE BLOCKS: BOSTON tOLLFGF'S WILLIAMS WASTES NO TIME. 

CAVS. EAGLES BOTH FEEL PRESSU56 

FOULS SHACKLE SAMPSON. BUT VIRGINIA TOPS BC 

BOSTON RED Snx 

SEE ALSn BASEBALL 

•POPS' KEEPS S0« LOOSE AS TEAH ROLLS TO 1? STRAIGHT 

BOTANICAL GARDEN 

SEE N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

BOTANY 

SEE ALSO FRANKLIN COUNTY ANNUAL OUTDOOR BOTANICAL GARDEN CONCERT 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 
SEE ALSO PLANTS 

DUKE PROF: MEDICINAL PLANTS STILL AN UNKNOWN QUANTITY 

BOTTLED WATER 

SEE WATER. BUTTLED 

BOTTLES 

HE'S THE BARBER AT THIS NEWS STAND 

BOUNTY HUNTERS 

BAIL BONDSMAN. WORKER CHARGED 

BOUNTY HUNTER'S CARD SENDS ROBBER RUNNING 

BONDSMAN FINED FOR BOUNTY HUNTER 

BOWL FOR BREATH 

'BOWL FOR BREATH' EVENT SCHEDULED 

BOWL GAMFS 

SEE COLLEGE BOWLS 

BOWLERS VICTORY LEAGUE 
HONEY FROM BOWLERS 

BOWLING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM/ORANGE BOWLERS ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM BOWLERS TOPS 

ECHARD, WEATHERS CAPTURE STATE TITLE 
HAMBONE THE PIG CAN BOWL 

TILLMAN'S 7S8 SERIES SETS NEW HOUSE RECORD 
ALMOST; 3 BOWLERS NEARLY PERFECT 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

RESEARCHER IN N.C. SEEKS KEY TO TISSUE REGENERATION 

BONE MARROW CANCER TREATED WITH INTERFERON 

CDMAS USED IN BRAIN INJURY CASES 

NEW TREATMENT AIDS VICTIMS OF LEUKEMIA 

SCIENTIST SAYS AUTOPSIES USED FAR TOO SELDOM 

BOXING 

AMATEUR BOXING TOURNEY SET 
DEMPSEY A GREAT CHAMPION 

BOY SCOUTS. DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO CUB SCOUTS 
SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 

HAMMONDS A GOOD SCOUT 

TWO SCOUTS TO RECEIVE MERIT AWARDS 

HANDICAPPED CHILDREN ENJOY IN- SCHOOL SCOUTING PROGRAM 

DURHAM SCOUT BEING OBSERVED A= TER ACCIDENT 

PACKING UP 

SCOUT PROJECT BENEFITS NEEDY 

BOY SCOUTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 

lOO-YEAR-OLD SCOUT LEADER HONORED 

SCOUTS TO HOLD SHOW TODAY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

YOUTH GROUPS' RANKS GROW 

LIGHTNING STRIKES DURHAM SCOUT 

RAISE THEIR COLORS 

ROY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 

SEE ALSO Eagle scouts 
SCOUTS to get service center 

A WELCOME REVERSAL 
OLDEST BOY SCOuT DIES 
OLDEST SCOUT 

BOYCO INC. 

JUNIOR EMPLOYEE STANDS OUT 

BOYCOTTS 

SEE ALSO PICKET LINES 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION. ECONOMIC SANCTIONS 



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9/13/B3 B 1 

10/26/83 B 1 



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6/10/B3 A 

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PAGfc 70 
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RIICM- DQN'I CUI U.S. TRADE TO SOUTH AFRICA 
DEMCJNSTBATORS SEEK BOYCOTT OF CAUPBELL-S 
LOCiL UNIOS HEHRERS JOIN NATUNAL EFFORT 
NAACP HAY BOYCOTT Z f*- 9; , 5?°" ?T< ^^5 
N.C. BOYCOTT ON VODKA SALES IMLIKELY 
DURHAM JON'T OROER "^ORE VOOKA 
ORANO NEW VnOKA MU AT N.C. BAR 

5:ic'rcS^tfS^'«'l EC"SSB&[C ACTHN 

SAlPp^rALL't tol'VnWoU IN CHARLOTTE 
A BOYCOTT REMINDER 

BOYS- STATE IWAKE FOREST UNIV. 1 
TO ATTEND BOYS STATE 

""° BR^S^JAciNls NET INCOME OOuBLF S IN SECOND QUARTER 

•"''"^'3S^l''3??Ws SCHOOL 

;iS^!;f?AiKS'SJ/!S5f?EJc'HE^raSRA0T0WN 
nilRMAM TEACHER SEXUALLY ASSAULTED 
OFFICERS SEEK MAN IN ASSAULT ON TEACHER 
MAN CHARGED IN SCHOOL ATTACK 
ARMED GUABO TO PATROL AT BRACT OWN SCHOOL 
ARMED GUARD HIRED AT SCHOOL 

\\T.Sd"if.hll 'bu';;!^ NGS MAY GET ALARMS 
STOP PRINTING NAMES OF VICTIMS 
BOoJ^EfpS^TEACHERS DEAL WITH ATTACKERS 



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S 2 "J/O'/SS A 1 N J56 

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S 2 9/l'./83 C I P N CDS 

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BRAIN DAMAGE 

SEE ALSO N.C 



HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION 



c'SuStE^^SS l^OL'J^lSNl'ilEJioRK'InRHING FOR hEAO-INJUREO PEOPLE 
STUoIUolciTES LECITHIN DANGER TO UNBORN CHILD 



STUD 

BRAIN DEATH 

"ouKE^SuBSe's EFFORT WINS PRIZE 
DUKE NURSE WINS AWARD 

BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH „^„,^^ 
RESEARCHERS STUDY BRAIN DEVICE 
NEUROLOGIST TO DISCUSS HUMAN BRAIN 
CT-SCANS BEING REPLACED 

""'"aFTE^BRaIN OPERATION. PASTOR -WINGS IT- IN PULPIT 

BHAINJUMQR^^ MAY AID TUMOR TREATMENT 

SEi'-DSSG'?REiTMENT°SrY'SEL'p SoSI BRAIN TUMOR PATIENTS, 
SuKE?LINlcPRSv?iES SERVICES TO CHILDREN WITH BRAIN T 

BRAINSTORM lEILMl „^,,_^ ,^, 

iBStlNrTORS: REtltli sFt FOP JULY 29 
N!?;-BR?INSTali- PREMIERE -LOOKS PROMISING- 
IDEAL SETTING FOR A PREMIERE 
!eRAINSTORM'-ING; DURHAM AFTE? PREMIERE 
FILM EFFORT A GOOD SIGN 
FILM DEBUT IS PUSHED FOR DURHAM 
MORE FILMS BEING MADE IN N.C. 
•BRilNSTORM- FACING YET ANOTJCR DELAY 
FOR BRAINSTORM LURE. ?"»"*« 0^"?^ 

gvss;?K^;iti^Ec?rsA§rFr!RH PREMIERE 

KING KONG ATOP CCB BUILDING ICARTOONI 

PREMIERE pSomo"??" NO MONKEYING AROUND (CARTOON) 
DURHAM IS TOP BANANA FOR FILM 
BRING BACK THE WHITE ELEPHANT 

MONKEYSHINES ,, . 

SS^J^T^^Sf »S"li?ljrPPEAL TO TOP BANANA 
"brainstorm- DECISION LIKELY NEXT WEEK 
RALEIGH IS TOO TIRED 

'.I'^lir. ilU.ll'Vd^^h IN MrtVIE -BRAINSTORM- 
OTHER TOWN NEEDS PREMIERE 
•BRAINSTORM- ON THE MIND AGAIN 



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FAMILIES S 2 6/10/93 B 1 

H 2 12/a'./e3 A 15 



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S 2 10/20/83 C 1 
H 2 12/06/83 A 9 
S 2 12/08/83 C 1 



GROUP TELLS HUNT 



. UNG KONG- 
PREMIERE 



JIM HUNT BRINGS SENATE CAMPAIGN TO DURHAM 
SCENERY, LOW COSTS DRAW MOVIE MAKERS TO STATE 
•BRAINSTORM-: PREMIERE. PREM IF RE — WHU - S GOT TH 



E PREMIERE? 



AFTER ALL 



PREMIERE MONKEY BUSINESS 

DURHAM GETS A RAW DEAL 

THEATER MAY GET -PREMIERE 

LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE 

CHAMBFR HITS DEVELOPERS OF CO'IPLEX 

TICKET COSTS 1100 FOR -BRAINSTORM- 

IIDD TICKET A BARGAIN 

HOLLYWOOD TO SEE MOVIE SAME D» Y ,,,, 

p2epIring for premiere jf 'b?;'?'!;?''";."?!!!'^ 

STILL SOME TICKETS FOR -BRAINSTORM- PREMIERE 

S2);l^S?^iSl gitita^MES^^RE CUT FROM SCRIPT 

',l:,t,'iSh'J"r,lfl<1lc*n., 2 , CM TOON, 

iSl',KI?S5M 'N?fi°ES'?0'"C e'pS'HIERE OUESTION 
"brainstorm- TO OPEN IN THEAT-TRS ON FRIDAY 
-BRAINSTORM- SCRIPT IS FIRST FOR RUBIN 

^bSIYnSTORM- FORGETS, PUNCH_L]NE 



ROBERTSON TO ATTEND BRAINSTORM PREMIERE 

^BRAlJsTSRi- FLaSs DON-T bother officials 

S?^^i;M:S!'J^ rRllEE"L*i?E"?"A?D a?rit^OOKlNG SCHOOL 

HURRAH FUR 'BRAINSTORM- 

g^:?S??olM;''S'iE!;8S";A"Y?'-HL. is a step toward NE- movie industry 

Spoil IGHTS AND STARS OUT FOR IPENING IN RALFIGH 

n!c. STARS OF -BRAINSTORM- GET REO-CARPFT TREATMENT 

Gr??f?rrD"E????FS?^T'^i;^R03"6''SgvIE PREMIERE 

:?5;rNifSS3::'Sil?rS'i^S%LOD<.MA mishmash ^ ^^^ „^^,,^^ 

-BRAINSTORM- ACTOR WILL PLAY SCROOGE AT LAKEwOOD BAPTIST 
ANOTHER YEAR NOTED... 



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H 2 5/15/83 A 25 

S 2 5/17/93 B 10 

S 2 5/17/83 B 10 



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MUN TriLY/A 



1/01/aJ - li/31/B3 



•SUBJECTS 



p«r,r 7 1 

l/17/8'i 



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nHJNCH BANKING ANU TRUST CO. 

BBI TQ OPEN •SUPERMARKET- 

BRANCH BANKING ANO TRUST CO. IRALtlGHt 
GUNMAN ROBS RALEIGH BANK 



BRANCH CORP. 

BRANCH CORP. 



WANTS TO BUY BANCORP FOR »'.3.0 MILLION 



BRANOENMILL INC. , , ,. 

JINOERMERE SOLD FOR »J.6 MILLION 
OEVELOPMENT PLAN GIVEN 

715-ACRE OEVELOPMENT OK'O „„„,.,. 

CITY PANEL ENDORSES PLANS FOR HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 
COUNCIL GETS RESOLUTION UR&IN'". PROBE OF FIRM 
DEVELOPERS REAFFIRM XOODCROFT 
COUNCIL OKS SUBDIVISION REiONING 

BRAATON CRAVFN SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS 
SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED 

""'"blind girl HOPING TO SEE IN OJRHAM 

BRAZILIAN GIRL TO HAVE 2N0 EY5 OPERATION TOOAY 
NCNB OFFICIAL LEARY OF BRAZIL'S TRADE CHANCES 
SURGERY HELPS BRAZILIAN GIRL SEE 
MANY PEOPLE HELPED BLIND GIRL 
CREDIT MUST BE SHARED 

BREAD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

SOURDOUGH BREAD: 
YOU NEED 'STARTER 
DIET STORY MISLEADING 



SLICE OF SWEETNESS 



BREAKING ANO 
INTRUDER 
MAN HELD 
MAN SHOO 
BIKE-RIO 
TIRES- " 
MAN IS F 
BREAK-IN 
POLICE C 
SHERIFF- 
JEWELRY. 
3 ARREST 
N.C. MAY 
BREAK-IN 
PARK IS 
POLICE 
DURHAM P 
FOOTPR IN 
HAN SNEA 
2 FACE C 
TWO CHAR 
CARRIER 
TAXICAB 
MCCLURE 
BREAK-IN 
OFFICERS 
CIGARETT 
HAN CHAR 
THREE 13 
BREAK-IN 
BURGLAR 
OFFICER 
TEEN CHA 
iNO YOUT 
JOGGING 
MEASURED 
TWO CHAR 
HAN CAUG 
GIRL GET 
SHADOW T 
TV, RAUI 
BARBECUE 
DUKF STU 
PATROL 
DURHAM H 
FARMWORK 
F I R F F I GH 
OFFICE R 
MAN HELD 
EI-POLIC 
OFFICE R 
DEPUTIES 
GREEN'S 



entering icrimei 

leaves not of apology 

in break-in 
ts at. possibly wounds 
ing burglars hit chape 
atteries stolen 
reed. then jailed in : 
s reported in franklin 
harge durham man with 
s deputies probe 9rea< 

silverware stolen 
ed in break-in 

get federal money fo* 

charges filed in loui 
chase scene 

fficers make like duc< 
olice capture han 
ts lead to larceny arr 

kS nuT OF APT. TO SEE 
HARGES I 

GEO WITH STORE BREAK-I 
S ALERTNESS LEADS TO » 
DRIVER DISCOVERS BREA< 
GETS <.-YEAR SENTENCE 

CHARGED; MAN HELD 

FIND MAN UNDER DESK 
ES SAID STOLEN FROM V 
GEO IN BREAK-IN 
-YEAR-OLOS ACCUSED OF 
S: MOST OF STOLEN PROP 
ENTERS SORORITY 
S HEARING POSTPONED 
RGEO IN BREAK-IN 
H CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 
PS05 FIND BREAK-IN 

SENTENCE 
GEO WITH BREAK-IN 
HT IN BREAK-IN AT HOLL 
S PRISON TERM FOR bREA 
IPS OFF BREAK-IN 
ARE STOLEN 

PLACE RUBBED ' 

DENT ARRESTED IN aREA< 
FFICe IS RANSACKED 
AN IS CHARGED WITH ARE 
ER ADVOCATES FACE CHA5 
TERS JOIN IN CHASE 
ANSACKED 

IN CHURCH BREAK-IN 
EMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO 
ANSACKED 

CHARGE WOMAN WITH BRF 
CAMPAIGN OFFICE RANSAC 



, INTRUDER 

L HILL HIGH TWICE OVER WEEKEND 

LOCK, TAPE-DECK THEFT 

COUNTY 
BURGLARY 
-INS AT FRANKLIN STORES 



SCIENCE ANO MATH 
SRURG 



EST 

I KICKING IN OUOR 

NS 

RREST5 

-IN AT WOOLWORTH'S 



RVICE STATION 



SCHOOL BREAK-INS 
ERTY NEVER RECOVERED 



OWAY ST. SCHOOL 
KING INTO HOME 



AKING, ENTERING 
GES IN NASH 



BREAK-INS 



AKING INTO PRISON 
KED 



BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

CAR BREAK-IN ARRESTS MADE 

2 TEENS FACE CHARGES 

THIEVES TAKE STEREO ITEMS 

CAR PLUNDERED. GLASS SMASHED 

ITEMS WORTH H,8D0 STOLEN 

5 CARS BROKEN INTO 

2 HELD IN AUTO RREAK-IN 

THIEVFS BREAK INTO OFF-DUTY OFFICER'S CAR 

SENTENCES OF 2 MEN UPHELD IN ^IREAKING AND ENTERING 

AUTO P.REAK-INS RESULT IN ARREST 

RESIDENCE IS BURGLARIZED 

BREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO MAMMOGRAPHY 

DOCTORS DIAGNOSE CANCER VIA SINGLE LYMPH NODE 

MAMMOGRAPHY MORE EFFECTIVE IN DETECTION OF PREAT CANCER 

CORRECTION 

BREAST EXAM IMPORTANT 

BREAST FEEDING 

aOTTLEFEEDING RISKY 

MOTHER'S MILK VS. INFANT FORMILA 

MOTHERS' MILK SAID SUPERIOR 

BREATHALYZFR TEST 

SEE ALSO ALCOLYZER 

SEE ALSO FLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

DRIVER'S .",1 MOOT — STILL LOSES CASE 

PAC-MAN TO THE RESCUE? 

SUPERMARKET TO GIVE AWAY BREATH ANALYZERS 

RULING MAY HELP SETTLE ROLE OF BREATHALYZER TEST 



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11/29/83 B 

12/06/83 C 

12/09/83 A 

12/l',/83 A 

12/16/83 B 

12/21/83 A 



1 P F M9 5 



3/08/83 

3/06/83 

5/12/83 

3/27/83 

a/27/»3 

9/01/83 

9/16/83 

9/20/83 

11/02/83 

12/27/83 

12/27/63 



H 2 1/11/83 A 
H 2 2/17/63 A 
S 2 <,/! 1/83 C 



N 

N A54 



1 F 582 

7 N 

1 N 



15 
7 
6 



1<> 
3 



5 2 l/l<>/83 C 1 N 

S 2 1/19/H3 C 10 U 

H 2 10/12/83 A 7 N 

S 2 12/l',/83 C 12 U 



5 L 

5 L 

I N M2J 



H 2 './02/83 B 1 N B51 

S 2 ',/09/83 A « E 

S 2 7/12/83 A 2 N 

S 2 10/10/83 A ", E 



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MONTHLY/i ",■"!„" ,i,'- 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



OAGE Ti 



B«6iTH iNALYiER -ILL CHECK RALEIGH AbC STORE PATRONS 

S?i f^L"!^ SI^^^Sg'SB^S'n on drivers who drink 

S^>ITSYNr^oSl^"E^^AJ^JS^SlTS^^i^^^" 

""1H'i^s£??^stfCs^^iirSit^^\§S5r^gLVARD 

BREVARD HAYDR DROPS CHALLENGE „^,,„,,, 
bREVARD RATED AS TOP PLACE FOR RETIREES 

eRExERY 

ill ttig 58iip::"srH['irfS^Ey.No CO. 

"S.?':'%5{icl"orp'ASi:;^N'T°£NOO,<ses brewery s-ap 

STROH CAN KEEP N.C. BREWERY 

^"'"cIbaSeT's'-BRIARP.TCH- HAS BRJSH ARBOR SPIRIT 

BRIBEKY INDICTS JUDGE HUNT 

LaSyER SAYS JUDGE HUNT ENTRAPPED 

HUNT'S REMOVAL RECOHMENPED 
"UOGE HUNT SAYS RESIGNATION S^NT 

?C^H\'o^Ll^^J^?fl?^S?L^IfrliNTENCING 

'jSoGr^ENliNc'^r^lS'T TO I. YEARS IN PRISON 
£<-JunGF'S TRIAL TO bE OELAYEn 
III!'. :c"cSlEg"iE^rON^St ^ n TAKE bRIBES 
SIIU^S^'TSoSlrPPoS^D^A^FErT^SS^YALL-S FUTURE 

BX^^^iFM^W:^^ So? yS^^EAR GREEN 

INOUIRY ORDERED IN TAPES' STO^Y 
TRANSCRIPT DARKENS OUTLOOK FO' GREEN 
ELECTION-LAW COMMENT SPELLS OnOH FOR GREEN 
GREEN TAPES ANGER LAWYERS 




Sfisni is PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES . ^ „ 

STATE ciwS ON BRiaERY MAY BE CHANCED NEXT YEAR 



Attorneys for green given tapes 

ATTORNEYS FOR GREEN GIVEN J'RES 



fi;i":5;^ErsC05pENSAf ON ar advances 

'.T. i^oSiTs'sSLE? ol'-BpfnliY charge 

Juror SAYS GOVERNMENT oidn'T show soles auih 

GRE?N heIrING IN BRIBE CASE IS POSTPONED 



(CAR TOONl 
aPER .•• 
D 



LO BRACELET 



ORIZED BRIBE 



GREEN FACES TRIAL OCT. 17 

OCT. 17 TRIAL DATE IS SET FOR GREEN 

Sere feds in beaufort bri^e t<y7 

GREEN NOTIONS SET FOR HEARING 

JUDGE WON'T DISMISS CHARGE S A. A INST GREEN 

INNOCENT PLEA IS ENTER EO FOR . REEN 

MEETING CALLED ON BRIBERY CASE 

ATTORNEYS: IMMUNITY PACT SHOULD dE PUBLIC 

FREeS'S L^wJeRS GIVE COURT HU^ T AFFIDAVIT 

GREEN DEFENSE US E 5_AFF lOAV I T 1Y HUNT 




;ui"sioi^r^g/?sl?^i:!;n;!sucE 

^F^rA^^SH^S^^'l^E^clTE'S'S^ WOULD ACCEPT MONEY 
PAPER SATS IT OBTAINED PROdE TAPES 

"Bf^'^^rrFl?5FfEsTFirTrMlgE'"TS%S=Ef:7I^Y ORDAK 

?tS^r^ARSSSJ^TrG;irN\S"EI?E^ bSU^ERY TkIAL 
JURY "ULLS FATE OF JIMMY GREE' 

irjhv.riiiiri.r,''^"^.^ po. green, 

^lj;L\*^S"iilESi'cA^?r^?^e?-APP1INTED JUDGES 

^P?li"sSgSSli?3^St?H^S5{!SSE IN GREEN TRIAL 
ACME LT. GOV. CATCHING KIT (CARTOONI 
GREEN CHARGES COST 490,000 
PROSECUTORS DROP CHARGES »!-' '^i 5 '„'^ = ZI^ , .j 

Wrhi ttv.hiru".\ir.r..r.iz'^ -b-g money. 

BRIBE OFFER TRIAL ENDS IN SENTENCE 

1!JSa^?'".^n^°h'i? iJi^^SlSA? r t cEnspiring to bribe deputy 
mother, son face JAIL bribery counts 



P D 

H ? 

s ? 

H ? 

S 2 

H 2 



DATE 

lO/J-J/BJ 
U/22/B3 

12/05/63 
l2/06/a3 



5 

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1 

S 

13 



2 8/21/R3 A 12 

2 3/2S/n3 B 6 

? 11/12/63 A It 

2 12/15/93 A 21 



H 1 7/02/B3 C 1 
H 2 9/25/93 A 6 



H 2 6/2<./83 D 9 P U W66 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

M 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

5 2 

H 2 

H 2 

5 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

5 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H .' 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

M 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

M 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



l/lB/83 A 
1/26/B3 A 
1/27/83 A 
l/29/fl3 A 
l/29/n3 A 
2/01/83 B 
2/02/83 A 
2/01/83 A 
2/06/83 A 
3/05/83 B 
3/11/03 A 
3/12/63 A 
3/18/63 A 
<,/05/63 A 
6/13/83 A 
t>/l'./83 A 
6/15/B3 A 
6/15/83 A 
6/15/83 B 
6/15/83 A 
6/16/83 A 
6/16/83 f 
6/16/83 A 
6/17/83 A 
6/17/63 C 
6/17/93 A 
6/16/83 A 
6/19/63 A 
6/16/83 A 
6/19/83 A 
6/20/63 B 
6/20/83 A 
0/21/83 A 
6/21/83 A 
6/21/63 A 
6/22/83 A 
6/22/63 A 
6/22/83 A 
6/23/83 A 
6/23/83 C 
6/23/63 f 
6/23/P5 A 
6/3D/63 A 
7/13/63 A 
7/13/83 A 
7/l'./83 > 
7/15/63 C 
7/23/83 ( 
8/07/93 I 
9/09/63 ' 
3/10/63 ' 
9/13/93 ( 
9/13/93 ( 
8/31/83 / 
9/01/83 I 
9/11/63 ( 
9/11/83 ; 
9/l'./93 / 
9/15/63 / 
9/16/83 I 
9/27/63 ( 
9/30/63 . 
10/01/83 I 
10/09/83 . 
10/16/83 ! 
10/17/83 
10/16/83 . 
10/16/63 
10/19/83 . 
10/20/83 
10/20/63 
10/21/93 
10/21/83 
10/22/63 
10/2'./83 
10/2<./83 
10/25/83 
10/26/63 
10/26/93 
10/27/93 
10/27/93 
10/29/63 
10/29/63 
10/29/83 
10/29/93 
10/29/83 
10/29/63 
10/30/63 
10/30/93 
10/31/93 
1 1/01/63 
11/06/63 
11/11/93 
12/06/93 
12/07/93 
12/13/83 
12/15/83 
12/29/93 
12/29/B3 



11 
1 1 

1 
3 
5 
1 



1 

10 

5 



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N 0<t6 

N 0'.6 





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N 


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1 <• 




N 






p 


N 


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T 


r 


R56 






N 








N 








N 








N 








N 








N 




1 2 




N 








N 




1 7 




N 








N 


K<.i 



""'rEE'SrsS^BS^SE^l-'BRICK AND TUE 



IHOOVER ROADI 



montmly/a 



SEE ALSO N.c. BRICK ASS^CIA^lnN 

OURHAH FtBNS JOIN GAS PPQJECT 

N.C. BRICK INDUSTRY IS BOUNCING HACK 

BRICKLAYERS 

SPARTAN SMOHS SKILL 

BUILDING A PATIO 

PERSON MAN IS RUNNER-UP 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS 
SEE ALSO GAMES 
SEE ALSO HERALD-SUN TROPHY 

INVENTOR OF BRIDGE WHEEL DIES 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENT OPENING 

BRIDGE TOURNEY BEGINS 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENT ANNOUNCES HiNMtRS 

BRIDGE WINNERS ANNOUNCED 

BRIOCES. DURHAM 
BRIDGE WORK 

GEER ST. BRIDGE TO BE REPLACED 
BLALOCK ROAD RESIDENTS SEEKING CITY BRIDGE 
HAMMERIN* AWAY 

NONE OF DURHAM'S BRIDGES SAID IN DANGER OF COLLAPSING 
REMOVING OBSTACLE 
REPLACING BRIDGE 
THE bOOM WASN'T LOW ENOUGH 

STATE APPROVES REPLACING SEVEN BRIDGES IN DURHAM 
<. COUNTY BRIDGES WILL BE REPLACES 
ti.b MILLION WILL BE SPENT TO IMPROVE DURHAM BRIDGES ICARTOONI 

BRIDGESi N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS' BRIDGE 
UMSTEAD BRIDGE REOPENED 
BRIDGE REPAIRS 
PSEUDO-SHORE 

GAS TAX SPEEDS UP BRIDGE 
BRIDGE WILL BE CLOSED FO 
5 N.C. BRIDGES LISTED IN 
BRIDGE CONTRACT AMONG 31 
STATE PLANNING TO BUILD 
'BRIDGING' A PROBLEM 
BRIDGE WORK SET NEXT YEA 
THEY INSPECT nRIDGES--UN 
BOGUE BRIDGE PLAN SUPPOR 
MAN SURVIVES LEAP FROM 9 
BRIDGE OPENING SCHEDULE 
PANEL SETTLES BRIDGE I SS 
NEW BRIDGE OVFR BOGUE AP 
WELCOME BRIDGE; WATCH FOi 
11,000 N.C. BRIDGES SAID 
N.C. BRIDGE RANKING HELD 
2 N.C. PRIDGES TO GET SP 
FIRM SEEKS TO LIMIT L I A6 
FOUR BRIDGES TO BE REPAI 
BRIDGES PASS INSPECTION 
SUIT COULD HALT FUNDS 
CITY TMRfcATFNS SUIT OVER 
OFFICIAL SAYS NEW BRIDGE 
STATE OFFENDS BRIDGE PLA 
3RD BRIDGE SAID NEEDED T 
N.C. GETS BRIDGE FUNDS 
N.C. BRIDGE BUDGET UP "lO 
BOARD BACKS PLAN FOR NEW 
FUNDS OK'O TJ REPLACE N 
BOARD APPROVES REPLACEME 
SOME BRIDGES IN DURHAM A 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 73 
l/17/6't 



S. N.:. 

FOR CROATAN SOUND TRAFFIC 



REPLACEMENT 

REPA IRS 
■KILLER BRIDGE' 
LET 
BR IDGE 



OERWAT ER 

TED 

RIDGE 

ANNOUNCED 

UE 

PROVED 

' TILT 

OEFi: lENT, ORSOL 

UNFAI R 
ECIAL INSPECTION 
ILITY 
RED 



BRID"E 

SHOULD l3E BUILT 
NS 

bogje banks 
per: ENT 

3 R I 0". E 
C. BRIDGES 
NT OF 500 BRIDGES 

REA t: be replaced 



BRIOGES. U.S. 

DUKE PUBLISHES REPORT 

BRIGGS AVE. IDURHAM, N.C.I 

CITY URGED TO SEEK FUNDS FOR 4 REDEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 
BRIGGS AVENUE EXTENSION TOP FJND ITEM 
CITY SCHEDULES HEARINGS ON BUDGET, JOB BILL FUNDS 
DURHAM GETS IftZ-l'DOO FOR JOB-RELATED PROJECTS 

BRIGHT LEAF CIVITAN CLUB 
SEE ALSO CIVITAN CLUB 

CIVITAN PROJECTS RECEIVE BROAD SUPPORT 
CIVITANS GRATEFUL 
ESSAY WINNERS 
RECEIVES AWARD 
NEW OFFICERS 

BRIGHT LEAF HOEOOwN 

BILL SEEKS HQEDOwN FUNDS 

BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 

SEE ALSO LIGGETT AND MYERS TOBACCO CO., WAREHOUSES 
MOVING DAY 

GYPSIES STEAL JEWELRY 

PRESERVATION SOCIETY MOVES INTO NEW QUARTERS AT BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 
BRIGmTlEAF SQUARE AMONG WINNERS OF NEW AWARDS 
HELPING OTHERS 



BRINKS 
SEE 



ROBBERY 
ROBBERY, 



U.S. 



BRITISH AMERICAN FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 

BRITISH-AMERICAN FESTIVAL GETS »i>0,OOD GRANT 

DURHAM FESTIVAL GETS «tO,000 SRANT 

PLANS FOR COLONY'S '■OOTH ANNIVERSARY GOING SMOOTHLY 

MOMENTUM auILOS FOR U.S. -BRITISH FEST 

DURHAM SHOULD REAP BENEFITS F^OM FESTIVAL 

BURROUGHS bELLCDME GIVES 450,100 GRANT FOR FESTIVAL 

THE BRITISH ARE COMING! SO GET READY, DURHAM! 

SUPPORT ANGLO-AMERICAN EVENTS 

DURHAM TO CFLEBRaTE FIRST VOYAGE TO N.C. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE APPROVES 110,000 FOR WR". FESTIVAL 

CITY SUPPORT FOR FESTIVAL AN INVESTMENT IN FUTURE 

BRITISH MUSEUM 

WHO KEEPS THE MARBLES? 

BftOAOMnOR APARTMENTS 

COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT CHANGE HEARING SLATED 

PUPIL SHIFT LINKED TO RACIAL BALANCE 

2 SCHOOLS' RACIAL RATIO ATILT 

PARENTS RAP PUPIL RESHUFFLING 

PARENTS CRITICIZE BROADMOOR MOVE 

SCHOOL TRANSFER WORKS — HALFWAY 

BROADWAY INEW YORK CITY) ' 

DURHAM NATIVE IS IN BROADWAY SHOW 



Pr, L P BYL 



2/l'./n3 
'>/J8/e3 



S ? './2''/»3 A !<. P P C56 
S ? 6/10/83 A 2 P P T37 
H 1 10/22/83 C I N 



H 


? 


2/03/83 


r 


19 




N 




H 


? 


2/18/83 


h 


5 




N 




s 


? 


2/18/R3 


( 


1 




N 




s 


? 


2/19/83 


A 


1 1 




N 




s 


2 


2/22/83 


A 


1 1 




N 




s 


? 


3/10/83 


r 


1 


P 


P 


T37 


s 


? 


3/14/83 


A 


1 




N 




s 


? 


3/l'./83 


( 


1 




N 


M/) 


s 


? 


7/13/83 


( 


1 


P 


P 


T17 


s 


? 


7/18/83 


A 


1 




N 


J56 


H 


? 


a/25/83 


II 


1 


P 




r.56 


s 


? 


9/25/83 


C 


1 


P 


P 


S7(> 


H 


? 


9/10/83 


H 


1 


P 


P 


rsft 


s 




10/17/83 


A 


1 




N 


JS6 


H 


2 


10/18/83 


B 


I 




N 


046 



H 2 10/19/83 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 


1/01/83 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


l/0'./R3 


A 


I 1 


N 




H 2 


l/OS/83 


A 


1 


P P 


R91 


H 2 


1/13/83 


C 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


1/19/83 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


2/2(./83 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


3/12/83 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


3/15/83 


B 


1<. 


N 




S 2 


3/23/83 


A 


t, 


E 




H 1 


'./Oe/83 


B 


1 


N 




H 1 


<./14/83 


3 


1 


P F 


L30 


S 2 


'./26/83 


8 


7 


N 




S 2 


5/05/83 


C 


4 


N 




S 2 


5/05/83 


C 


4 


N 




S 2 


6/10/83 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


6/1 1/83 


A 


1 


M N 




H 2 


6/15/83 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


6/29/83 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/01/83 


A 


I 1 


N 




S 2 


7/11/83 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


7/12/83 


B 


14 


N 




H 2 


7/17/83 


C 


5 


N 




S 2 


7/19/83 


A 


? 


N 




H 2 


a/13/83 


A 


5 


N 




S 2 


8/18/83 


C 


8 


N 




S 2 


8/19/83 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


d/20/83 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


8/29/83 


A 


2 


N 




S 2 


9/06/83 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/07/83 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


9/17/83 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


10/14/83 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


10/15/83 


A 


I I 


N 




H 1 


10/18/83 


E 


1 


N 


046 


H 2 


1/23/83 





3 


N 




S 2 


6/02/83 


A 


1 


N 


L38 


H 2 


6/03/83 


B 


1 


N 


S51 


S 2 


6/06/83 


C 


1 


N 


K90 


S 2 


a/02/83 


A 


1 


N 


K90 


S 2 


2/01/83 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


2/0'./83 


A 


5 


L 




S 2 


5/13/83 


A 


6 


P P 


S76 


S 2 


9/09/83 


A 


7 


P P 


S76 


S 2 


9/26/83 


A 


3 


P P 


FTD 


H 1 


'1/16/83 


d 


I 


N 




H 2 


7/02/83 


C 


1 


P P 


T37 


H 2 


8/18/83 


B 


5 


N 




H 2 


8/23/83 


A 


6 


P N 




H 2 


9/29/83 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


12/12/83 


C 


1 


P P 





H 


? 


2/08/83 


H 


1 


N 


W66 


S 


7 


2/08/83 


A 


s 


N 




H 


1 


2/11/83 


H 


1 


F 


LiO 


s 


2 


3/02/83 


A 


4 


N 




H 


? 


3/03/83 


A 


4 


F 




S 


? 


5/06/83 


A 


1 


N 




H 


? 


10/06/83 


A 


1 


11 N 


W66 


H 


2 


10/06/83 


A 


4 


^ 




S 


? 


10/06/83 


A 


1 


N 


1 1)5 


H 


! 


10/07/83 


H 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


10/08/83 


A 


4 


6 




H 


2 


5/27/83 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


3/08/83 


R 


1 


N 


W24 


s 


7 


3/08/83 


H 


1 


N 


Fn5 


H 


> 


3/09/83 


H 


5 


N 


W/4 


H 


2 


4/19/83 


H 


1 


N 


W/4 


s 


? 


4/19/83 


B 


1 


N 


F05 


H 


2 


9/20/83 


A 


3 


N 


W24 


s 


2 


3/10/83 


D 


5 


N 


A15 



M0NTMLT/4N 



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12/31/93 



SUBJECTS 



S 

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PAGE 7^, 

i/lT/a"! 



"'"°afG'clilES.'s"A'Li°TLNS ELECTING THEIR GOVERNMENTS 

SRQADwiy ra vote on bonds, be=r, mine 

BROADKAY AT OUK E SERIES ccuiei 

SEE OUKE UNIV.. bROAOWAT AT OUKE SERlEb 

^""sEe'InIv/oF^.C. -CHAPEL HILL. -ROAOHAY ON TOUR SERIES 

BROGDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL ^ ^^, 

BROGOEN RELEASES HONOR ROLL 
BROGOEN STUDENTS HAVE TORNADO DRILL 
SCHOOL NA-ES EXPLAINED 
aROGOfll RELEASES HONOR ROLL 

afinr.DEN WEARS ALL-SPORTS CROrf'l 

BSOGOEN SlODLE SCHOOL RELEASES HONOR ROLLS 

PROGRAM EYES TRUANCY 

ATTENDANCE^ GRADES IMPROVE AT BRJCJEN 
BROGOEN NAMES HONOR STUDENTS 

BROKEN JO^^S 5,5 ,pr|„ bROKEN BONES I 

1-OUNCE CAST LETS ATHLETES PHY AS ThEy hEal 

■IRONZE STAR 

^^MAn'-RECEUES BRONZE STAR 39 YEARS LATE 
BMOuGhTON HIGH SCHOOL 

'sTSTE^S'EALtoCAfEs'iL? MILLIQ'- fOR -ENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS 

■"*°"'^S:,R°?E"wuifJSi"'??T*H^?S!T;:':SE CARBAGE TO MA.E STEA- 
Sdusl PASSES UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BILL 

RROmN and WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CO. 

^"To5!iCCoI°ct"ARETTE COMP.NI E S | XPEC T ED TO GRO, 
TOBACCO fIRM WILL INCREASE SUE OF PACK 

"'*°;EL'-iLSO°cJl0LINA BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO COTTON 

SEE ALSO COTTON DUST REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO LUNG UlSfASES 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

IS3?rM^E"NT\it;E"%E?7"-AY TO PREVENT BROwN LUNG 

ss?¥^5i'w;:'^.Ng^iSJIrGN°'^5No'"h^?NG to expenses 

OPINIONS OF TAR HEEL EDITORS 

SS^rLSN^C^O^SJii^^iirLrM^^.'^S^S^^ bY INDUSTRY 
glK[E"?0^jR'i?HT^?f;?I^i''w3S<?Sr?RaM BROWN LUNG ENTERS NEW ROUND 

'u^nr.h'^'-To°4 llL\''S§li^5J'!.DUSTRY LOBbYISTS 
SoRKERS- COMP BILL IS SENT TO SUbCOMMlTTEE 
SSVoi :ijN?^°N0'?S!;NGEs''lN'"c0TT0N DUST STaNU.RD 
mJiwn TJnG CROUP calls for STRONGER OUST 5TJNDAR0S 
S.c"aGeScyh2lTS SOLICITATION «Y BROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION 
bJoCn CunG ASSOCIATION STRUGGLES TO STAY ALIvE 

"'°"^SIDE«sf IroSn^RECluSE BITES REPORTED UP IN N.C. 

PROWN^UNIV.^^^ MURMUR OF COMPUTERS EASE CONSCIENCE PANGS? 

PROWN VS. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

^^Sc*tlSTR'iL°?h';iSE§Tipi"s^S°U^tTli3%F BROWN CASE 

BROWNIES (GIRL SCOUTSl 
SEE ALSO GIRL SCOUTS 
BROWNIES SING 

^«"''^?JSlTSS"?IjEs''E'xfoKTION COUNT 

'.\r.'°luntl'kul\°.rC^To'.'i'lc.-. support your local POLICE .CARTOON, 
5Vti.^E???|:'°«i"-^ci'sHl^f"''2Sg,ECTED DRUG OPERATIONS 
DETECTIVE: SHERIFF BACKED DRUJ DEALS 

BKUNS-ICK^COUNTY^O|PT.^OF^SOCI.L,SERV.CES^^^^,^^ 

''""''':;iS^GE"0^KrEs'rES['E^CE REDUCTION 

BRUNSWICK NUCLEAR PLANT 1 SOUThPOR T, N .C . I 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. AN S.C. ,..,„,„., 
Ice Attn fJuriFAR PLANTS. N.C. A' D S.C. ACCIDENTS 

NRC FINES CPCL «iOO 000 FOR BRUNSWICK NUKE PLANT 

?StL OFFICIAL CL it MS «600. 000 FI-^E EXCESSIVE 

CPCL "AY FACE SECOND SAFETY FINE 

i;SLsiIc'k^an^R^S5l'5F^?^?b^; INSPECTED 

ini%hr»e'o'n'l.yo'o^'^''^ul'IV,\,.un. for inspection 

NRC BACKS OFF ON ORDER 

CPLL SAYS SHUTDOWN HAS BEEN EXPE.SIVE 

LEAK FOUND AT NUCLEAR PLANT „,,„,, 

PIPE CRACKS IN N-PLANTS MAY BE DEEPER 

CPCL SAYS LEAKING VALVE REPAIRED 

5FMc!2l'«YSEiK'-N?; S5d R Tl SHUT DOWN BRUNS-ICK PLAUT 

CPLL PAYS RECORD FINE FOR BRU-JSWICK VIOLATIONS 

CPCL PAYS RECORD 1600.000 FIN? TO NRC ,„,.,,,,,»,, 

FIVE NUCLFAO PLANTS TO FE SHUT DOWN FOR INSPECTIONS 

GROUP LISTS 'WORST MANAGED' N-PLANTS „,..., 

CPCL DISPUTES NAOER GROUP aSSFSSmENT OF NUCLEAR PLANT 

fSfr ^.^i?\o''SE['!lYSo«E RFPAI. S ON NUCLEAR PLANT PIPES 
CPCL ls5s TO dIlI? SoSe SepM'S ON NuCLFaR PLANT PIPES 

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BRYANT, OREm. CRUL AND PATTERSON 
HAYTI OEvELOPERS mire 2 fIRHS 

flRYANT-OURHAM ELECTRIC CO. 

CQNTkACTuR PLEADS GUILTY TO BIO FRAUD 
SHACKLEEORU PLEADS GUILTY 



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ERE CQHBINEO IMMUNE DEFICIENCY 

BUCK MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT 

BOARD VOTES TO REQUIRE U1LD-A'4IMAL REGISTRATION 
l<. OPPOSE LOOSENING RESTRICTIDNS ON AIRPORT 
AIRPORT'S REALITY PREDICTED 

BUGGS ISLAND LAKE 

SEE ALSO KERR LAKE 

TWO 05PREY FAMILIES NESTING AT KERR LAKE 

BUILDING CODE, VIOLATIONS 

HOUSING CODE MAY BE STIFFENED 
REPAIRS ARE BEING SOUGHT TO U^C FRAT 

BUILDING CODES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISUN 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CODE 

SEE ALSO N.C. BUILDING CODE COU-ICIL 

FIRE CODES SHOULD BE MORE STRINGENT. N.C. OFFICIALS SAY 

TRAGEDY SPURS CALLS FOR STRICTER FIRE CODE 

MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR ShELLlNSS PROPOSED 

FIRE CODE INCOMPLETE 

CLEANUP NEEDED IN INSPECTIONS UNIT ,,„„,, „,r-r„,rTr 

COUNCIL MEMBERS OUESTION GIVI^IC VARIANCE POWER FOR HISTORIC DISTRICTS 

TRINITY PARK CARPORT FUELS COJRT BATTLE 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST INSPECTOR IN SUIT 

CITY EYES AESTHETICS OF HOUSES 

DURHAM'S HOUSING CODE NEEDS A:SThET1CS CLAUSE 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTIOn 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACT 
SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDU 
SEE ALSO HOME IMPROVEMENT 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO HOUSING CONSTRUCT 
SEE ALSO HOUSING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE BUILD 
SEE ALSO N.C. HOME BUILDER 
SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONST 

BUILDING ACTIVITY INCREA 

STEEL HOMES ENTER IRIANC 

1<.0-hOME project PLANNED 

construction set on chap 
building activity in tri 
ridge laa sought to prot 
building contracts show 
durham home building soa 
ridge law proposal amend 
building activity in jan 
building increases in n 
durham building surges 
construction increase re 
new housing construction 
single-Family homes lead 
durham housing demand st 
construction in durham m 
more houses built in aug 
alternate building metho 
DURHAM Ranks 4Th in July 

VALUE OF BUILDING SOARS 
INVESTIGATION OF ARENA C 
HOUSING BOOM LIKELY NEAR 
BUILDING LEVEL RISES 50X 
OCTOBER BUILDING WORK TR 
SOME COUNTIES ARE AOOPTl 
ORYWALL SHORTAGE PLAGUES 
AREA HOME BUILDERS SEE A 



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ING ONSTRUCTION 
S ASSOCIATION 
RUCTITN 

SEo n N.C. CITIES During oct. 

LE 

EL HILL TOwNhOMES 

ANGLE SOARS 

ECT MOUNTAIN SKYLINE 

GAINS IN N.C. 

RS 205. it 

ED 

INC! EASES 
C. Om [NG FEB. 

PORTE") IN N.C. CITIES 

MAY IE BEST IN 20 YEARS FOR DURHAM 

BUILDING SURGE 
RONG 

AY HIT RECORD 
UST 
OS APPROVED 

CONSTRUCTION 
IN DURHAM DURING JULY 
ONSTRUCTION CONTINUES 

RTP 

IN DJRHAM 
IPLES IN COUNTY FROM '82 
NG TH= IR OWN RIDGE ORDINANCES 

DURHAM 3UILDER5 
NOTHER GOOD YEAR 



BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, N.C. 

SENATE DELAYS RIDGE BILL VOTE 
BUILDING INCREASES IN N.C. CITIES 

BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO euuniNG construction 

SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL lOSPITAL, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO PAVING CONTRACTORS 

BURDEN OF PROOF CHANGED IN DRAM SHOP PROPOSAL 

SUGAR TOP EX-CONTRACTOR HIT WITH tl MILLION IN SUITS, LIENS 

BILL APPROVED TO PROTECT C QNFl DE'I T I AL INFORMATION 

HEARING ON BOND SALES FOR BUILDING SET TODAY 

ALL'S QUIET AT PANEL'S HEARIN'. 

MEDIOCRE YEAR FORECAST FOR LASGER CONTRACTORS 

BUILDING OFVElOPFRS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTURS 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill, n.c, housing 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF OURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO PLANNED UNIT OEVFLOPMENT 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTHN 

APARTMENT OEvELOPERS SEEK FUNIS 

SWIFT COUNCIL TO ASK HOUSING 3ACKING 

OURHAM COMMISSIONERS, DEvELDP"RS AT ODDS 

PLANNING SUCCESS HARD TO MEASURE IN ORANGE EFFORT 

:ONING RULES TOO COMPLEX, BUILDERS SAY 

DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE IS REVISED 

BOARD ALLOWS HOSPITAL TO CONSTRUCT LAUNDRY 

NEW ZONING ARFA OK ' D 

APARTMENT HEARING TONIGHT 

COMMISSIONERS CLEAR WAY FOR PMNTING PLANT IN TRIANGLE 

DEVELOPERS OPPOSE COUNTY APARTMENT CHANGE 

COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF WATER SUPPLY 

CLAIM TO LAND DENIED 

RUNAWAY RUNOFF: DURHAM HOMEOW'IERS SUFFER WATERY AFTER-EFFECTS. 

SEwAGE DISCHARGE INTO TWO LAK'S HALTED 120 DAYS 

SAO discovery: a BEACH WITHOUT SEAGULLS 

RUNOFF THREATENS STREAMS 

BILL REQUIRING TOP INSURANCE FOR DRUNK DRIVERS ADVANCES 

PANEL AMENDS RIDGE CONSTRUCTHN bILL 



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CITY 03SEPV?5 13UIL0INC SAFETY WEEK 




^''"•"oSYW^L^ioRT.&F PLAGUES nu« HA « lUlLOERS 

''^"•°J,S5s'!"&"cn^tR.CTS UP 100% IN TRIANGLE 
COUNTY ISSUES PERMITS 




PLANNING BiAROOKSCONDOHINIU^S 



BuIlO NG PEPMITS ISSUED 
BU LO NO PE'MITS ISSUED 
SnisE I«aLcS PILL TO ALLOW DO, 
SuRHA- "OUSI.-.G UP 9n 

gy^NE-Mii^srs^syf REVIEW 

COHMITTEE FAVORS BIKE PATHS 



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ourhI- GkA ts building P|«" ts 

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DURHAM GRANTS BUILDING PERMITS 

"^"-"ioSsE^uaolNc'PERMITS INCREASE 

SSy BUILDING CONTRACTS UP IN N. 




"'"•"folks AROUND HERE: LIFE IN OU' HAM 

^"'-^"sitENCE OUU: -HIGH SOVIET SATELLITE POSES THE GREATER THREAT7 

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"qraTOPY CONTEST TO BE HELD TUIAY 
ESSAY CONTEST -INNERS 

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LONG DISTANCE CALLING 

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BULLET-PROOF VESTS SnOULO &E i LJCAL ISSUE 

^"'■'"^HOYKU'S P0TS.10T MISSED TM^ lA^ K 

BUMPER STirnERS 

SPAULOING EYclNC MOUSE RACE 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. 

BUNCOMBE PROBE ENOS ,,, 

STATE GETS CUSTODY OF MUROER SUSPECT 

RUN I ONS 

flUN[ON BUSINESS SPARnS DEBATE 

PUNN* N.C. 

BUNN POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS 
FIRF UNIT PLANS DINGIER. CRAFTS SHOrf 
TWO SENTENCED IN BUNN SLAYING 
BUNN COSES ANOTHER POLICE CHIEF 

BUNN.^N.C.j^ELECT^ONS^ TOWNS ELECTING THEIR GUUERNMtNIS 

'""" BUnSs'hEALtJ^ENTER plans to RENOVATE ITS PHARMACY 

BURDEN OF OREAMS IFILMI 

BLANK SFRVE5 PEANS. ''UROEN OF DREAMS' 

THIS 'BUROEN* EASY TO BEAR ,„,., ,,c 

filmmaker: his LATEST WORK IS ABOUT ZANY, DARING COLLEAGUE 

■iUREAUCRACY, U.S. ,,, 

SEE ALSO FEOESAL EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO FEDESAL GOVERNMENT 
SEE ALSO COVE»NMENTAL PAPER HOR< 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

GOVERNMENT HELP'' A BLUNT 'NO TMAfJKS' 

THE BUREAUCRAT WHO LEFT PLACE AT THE TROUGH 

croAO IRnfJV 

ISN'T IT WurJOERFuL? THE BURfAJC»ATS ARE SAVING US MONEY 

'^"'■'sJmOOL 'flOOOEO AFTER SHOTS HIT WATE» LINE 

■iURGER KING (KING'S Pla;ai 

NEW HEALTH CLUb OPEN IN CARPBTRO 

BURGER KING IL200 WEST CLUB PLVO.l 

Two ORDER AT BURGER KING, DEMAND MONEY, GET tl95 
MAN CHARGED WITH BITING FING6' 

BURGLAR ALARMS 

SEE ALARM SYSTEMS 

BURGLARY 

SEE ROBPhRY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

BURGLARY RING ' 

SEE ALSO RUBBERY, DURHAM 

POLICE SAY auBGLARY RING OISCIVERED 

DURHAM LINK TO WAKE CRI^E R I N"; UNKNOWN 

PROSECUTOR SAYS JUDGE WRONG 

BIKE THEFT RING REPORTED BROKEN UP IN RANOLEMAN 

PURIALS 

SEE FUNERALS 

BURIED ALIVE 

SEE LIVE PUR1AL5 

" * BURKE COUNIy'tO let HOSPITAL USE GARBAGE TO MAKE STEAM 
GOOD EXAMPLE FUR ALL 

BURKE COUNTY, II. C. TAXES 

BURKE COUNTY VOTERS OK SALES TAX 

"UPKE YOUTH CENTER {MJRGANTQN, N.C.J 
YOUNG INMATES USING COMPUTERS 
PRISON TEENS ESCAPE MISERY WITH EXPLORERS 

BURLINGTON, N.C. , ._„. 

SEE ALSO L IQUOR-BY-TMF DRINK, BIRLINUTON 
SEE ALSO SPR ING FL ING 

SCOUTS TO GET SERVICE CENTER 

COMMUNITY WATCH INTERFST COOCS IN BURLINGTON 

DIRECTORIES dEING DISTRIBUTED 

INDUSTRY EYEING ALAMANCE 

EVACUATION RESULTS FROM AMMONIA LEAK 

BURLINGTON TO GET FIRST TELEVISION STATION 

aiiOl tMr.Tnw T K ^TATinw PI ANNED 




'TOWN GETS GIFTS 

WAY TO WEST VIRGINIA 



GIFTS ON WAY TO WEST VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA FAMILY GETS HOLIDAY HELP FROM TAR hEcLS 

TRUCKS ARRIVE WITH 'GIFT OF LIVE' 

N.C. COUPLE BRING 'GIFT OF LOVE' TQ BRANCHLAND 



burlington, n.c, annexation 

sfnat' vote backs buslin&ton 'chonl district's powers 

order lifted; elon college annexes land 

seven speakers urge anncxatiom 

burlington, elon rollege oispite cding tu court 

alamance tables reouest for cljnsel 

8urlingtun council will appeal annexation case 

Burlington, n.c, budget 

see also burlington city council, budget 
burlingto'i eyes water, sewtr <ate increases 
burlington budget approved 

burlington, n.c businesses , , 

see alst burlington, n.c, industrial development 
burlington panel suggests cha'iges in downtown area 

burlington, n.c. city employees 
extra holiday proposal dies 

burlington, n.c. condominiums 



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SEE ALSO CONiJOMINIUMS „_, ,, 

"^"^'ssJcrNoVoS-jASir^ssoMffj^i^oErfN ^ownto-n are. 



duaLIIGTON 14YCR UWOPPOSEQ ,,,-., 
auRLINGTON TO mCLD PRIMARY Tl^ SOAT 
5USLINGI0N FIELD NARROUEO 
CANDIDATES FORUH SET 




"SFB*i^^E^n'?SJ3?TR?-^55Egiri5I^^NGTo. 

3URL1H&TCN, 'i.e., LOCAL OPT ION EL E'. T luN 
SEE BURLINGTON, N.C.. ELECTIONS. 
SEE lIOUOR-BY-ThE drink. 



5URLING TON 



auBi inGTON. N.C., MAYOR'S OFFICE 

'" '-MAioR OF siRLlNGTON TO SEEK N= ,. TEKM 

BURLINGTON "AYOR UNOPPOSED ,^,. 

BURLINGTON TO MOLO PRIMARY TUESDAY 

OURLINGTON, N.C., PARKS „„„„tc^ 

mesi suRlIngton park supported 

■(UPLINGTCN, N.C, "ESTAURANTS 

'^'E^^ISR^^T^SIiSESs'^Ncii: CONTRACT TO FEEO INMATES .T alamanCE JAIL 

'^V.rilV. ^:i;;N?r!U^?.'^J??«:5!3S^I^:.£» lines 

BURLINGTON REFUSES TC GIVE S E= UNO 
HOSPITAL RECEIVES EXEMPTION 

'""-'jURUN^YoN-DcLAYrOECISION ON REiONING FOR HALL 

auSt NGTON 0K5 RE70NINC FOR OJTLET -ALL EXPANSION 
BURLINGTON OKS CONDOMINIUM PE'MII 
BURLINGTON REZONING REQUEST TABLED 

BURLINGTON ANTIjUES FAIR 

"^NTIoSErFllR- ImilL BURLINGTON FvF.T TO =EGIN MA«M ,9 

'^"•'^SlLINGfoJ T^ffbaMSM AERIAL -LADJFR FIRE TRUCK 

it!Jti^GJ8r4:i^foE^^.t''?L°4,??^?^i^^L^rxpr!s^s^oN 

BURLINGTON OrS 0E2DNING FOR OJTLcT "ALL EXPANSION 

ItiStlN^GlS 2\l.'.rrAT,'l.uT.\Lt.^^ CONDOH.NIUMS 
BURLINGTON'S ANIMAL COLLECTION DAMAGED 
Su^L'liGVuN'^SiXnL'JaL'i^^EAL ANNEXATION CASE ^. 
au5t NGTCN PANEL SUGGESTS CHAMGF5 IN DOWNTOWN ARcA 
BURLINGTON REZONING REQUEST TAoLzO 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, OUOGET 

SEE ALSO Burlington, n.c. budget ,„,.,,, 

BURLINGTON FYFS WATER. SE-ER 'ATE INCREASES 
BURLINGTON nuOGET APPROVED 

"uBLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

tCF »l <;i AliMANCE county, ELECTIONS 

III its? icAMANCE county'roard if elections 

SEE ALSO PURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 

CITY flections TRAwING EARLY tANDIOAlFS 

Burlington "aygr unopposed ,,^..„ 
burlington to mold primary ttf soay 
burlington field narrowed , ,,. r,.__ 

CaSmCEY ANU BARBOUR WIN BUKL IN GTON C JUNC I L StATS 
VOTE MIIuP CHANGES BURLINGTON ELECTION 
BARPOUR CONTINUING FIGHT ON VITF COUNT 

mesane -ayjral Election hEabi>ig set for dec jb 

BuBlINGTON city council, Hf B|" "f^LACEHfNT 
HUFFMAN T" LEAVE BURLINGTON CTUNCIL 

'""^'gSJSSsiL'lNl^LS TO GALLOP AGAIN SATURDAY 
»U^LlNGT0N^CUY^^CM0nL^O0AR0^^^^^^^ 

'"°"njr??'irTiTArfru^fi2i?&Nn!2onu u's^-ct.s powers 

iLAlANCE, duScINGTON SCHOOLS TRIM IST DAY 
SCHOOLS RESUME SCHEDULE 

TURLINGTON CITY SCMOncS. DRUG »BLI|f , 
SEE ALSO SCHJHLS, N.C, DRUG. ABJSE 
!<. CHARGED IN ALAMANCE PRUu P'OBcS 

'""'■'afilJ'lNGTQN To'JeFURBISH aerial -LAOOEK fire TRUCK 

BURLINGTON FOUNGSTION 

MUSEUM RECEIVES is.oon GIFT 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIE? 

SEE ALSO "URLINGTON SOCkS-aDlER 
BI IS PLANNING TO MOVE STORE . 
PUBLIC hEARImG SET ON SEhEO R'JUEST 

B'iitlN^fgN'o^T^^E^^S.LL ANN0.JN:ES EXPANSION PLANS 

STATE GETS VcOOO IN FISH KILL 

BRYAN to SPEAK TO CHAPEL HILL CHAMBER 

HANDGUN FUFO AT REPAIRMAN'S 'EET 
OEVELOP-tNT ON 9TH STREET CLEARS "UROLE 
HOME SECURITY TO USE OLD TEXTILE MILLS 



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BI'S SMAREMnLOess VOIE TO MAHf TAKtOVfR HARDER 

2.000 GALLONS OF ALCOHUL SPtLLS 

BURLINGTON IN0U5IRIES MILL REfEIVE AJARD 

TRADE REVISIONS ARE SAID NEFOFO 

DURHAM TEXTILE PU5IN6SS OETTEl 

BURLINGTON ROBOTICS IN USE 

BURLINGTON 'MPLOYS 1,600 IN E'jIN 

FIRE DAMAGES MILL BUILDING 

MANY TEHTILF PLANTS SCHEDULING VACATIONS 

fli PLANT TO GET NEW SYSTEM 

ai DIVirEND 

L INT CATCHES FIRE AT PLANT 

GIFT AIDS MUSEUM'S OUTREACH PROGRAM 

BFTTMAN TO BE FIRST PROFESSOR 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES SUES RIVAL COMPANY 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES OPENS OJTLET STORE OCT. in 

81 ANNOUNCES PAY INCREASES 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, EMPLOYEES 

ABOUT 2C0 FORMER EMPLOYEES ARE SUING BI 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, SALES AND E^RNINGS 

BI'S Chairman says firm 'optimistic about future- 

BURLINGTON EARNINGS DIP FOR OIARTER 

BI REPORTS Sales level, earnivigs up 

burlington reports sales rise during third ooartfcr 

textile firm's sales rise 

Burlington lions club 

LIONS club donates money 

BURLINGTON OUTLET PARK 

BI IS PLANNING TO MOVE STORE 

BURLINGTON OUTLET MALL ANNOUNCES EXPANSION PLANS 
BURLINGTON DELAYS DECISION ON REZDNING FOR MALL 
BURLINGTON OK S PEZONING FOR OUTLET MALL EXPANSION 
BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES OPENS OUTLET STORE OCT. 20 

BURLINGTON POLICE DEPT. 

BURLINGTON TO SEEK POLICE STATION BIOS 

BURLINGTON SOCKS-AOLER 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES 
SEE ALSO HOSIERY INDUSTRY 

NCSU GRADUATE 'SOCKING' IT TO 



•EM AT BURLINGTON 



BURLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
ALAMANCE CHAMBER SETS ANNUAL MEETING 
ALAMANCE CHAMBER FARING WELL 

PETITIONS SEEK VOTE ON DRINKS IN BURLINGTON 
DEVELOPMENT OFFICE CHANGE IS JEJECTEJ 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPER DOESN'T OPPOSE MOVE 
ALAMANCE TO MOVE DEVELOPMENT IFFICE 
CHAMBER TO SPONSOR COURSE 
ALAMANCE CHAMBER PLANS FARM TlUR 
CHAMBER TO CONDUCT DRIVE 
CHAMBFR CONDUCTS SURVEY 
CHAMBER OFFICER GETS AWARD 
ALAMANCE SEEKS SPACE FOR DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORKAL MUSEUM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

BURLINGTON/GRAHAM BROADCASTING CO. 
RADIO STATIONS SALE PROPOSED 

BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 

SEE ALSO N.C. JAYCEES i 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

N.C. JAYCEES TRYING TO PUT JA^SCAM BEHIND THEM 

INFECTION FORCES CENTER TO REJECT NEW PATIENTS 

BURN CENTER TEMPORARILY CL0SE3 DUE TO INFECTION 

BURN CENTER CAUTIOUSLY REOPENS 

N.C. MEMORIAL REOPENS CENTER 

WATCH THIS O.'lF 

TWO FORMER JAYCEE LEADERS GET ACTIVE TERMS FOR JAMSCAM 

BEST METHOD FOR TREATING BURNS: PREVENT THEM 

BURN VICTIMS 

LIGHTER wRANGL 
AUTOPSY SHOWS 
N.C. JAYCEES T 
FRANKL INTON ma 
MAN bURNED AFT 
BURN VICTIM IN 
FRANKLINTON HA 
MAN STABLE AFT 
DUPLEX FIRE LE 
INFECTION FORC 
BURN CENTER TE 
<■ MEN BURNED I 
NORTH CAROLINA 
MACHINE HITS P 
MAN DIES AS OL 
TODDLER BAOLY 
Two BURNED IN 
PLANT MANAGER 
FRANKLIN MAN I 
CHATHAM MAN 01 
AUTOPSY SHOWS 
BEST METHOD FO 
BURNING BODY I 
HENDERSON Z-YE 



E FLARES UP AGAI N 

NO VIOLENCE 

RYING TO PUT JAMSCAM BEHIND THEM 

IS BURNED IN F IRE 
ER LIGHTER EXPLTDES 

STABLE CONOITHN 
N IN CRITICAL CONDITION 
ER LIGHTER BURNS BJDY 
AVES DURHAM MAN BURNED 
ES CENTER TO REJECT NEw PATIENTS 
MPORARILY CLOSED OuE TO INFECTION 
N PLANT FIRE 

NEWS IN BRIEF 
OWER LINE; THREF BURNED 
D CAR BURNS 

BURNED WHEN SHE SPILLS OIL FROM FRY PAN 
EXPLOSION DIE 
DIES OF BURNS 
S BURNED 

ES AFTER BEING "URnED 

MAN FOUND IN nu'NEO HOUSE WAS SHOT 
R TREATING BURNS: PREVENT THEM 
S FOUND 
AP-OLD BURNS TO DEATH 



flURNHAM VAN SERVICE INC. 

durham firms rap unc decision 

Burroughs wellcome 
the monocfros 

burroughs wfllcome makes 2 prtmotions 
new drug may help control herpes virus 
latency of herpes poses challenge 
mcmanus, mcraf and stafford promoted at burroughs wellcome 

HERPES pill: DURHAM FIRM TOOK PART IN RESEARCH 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME PROMOTES 3 

BURROUGHS WELLCOMF PROMOTES EHPLOYEES 

BURROUGHS wFLLCOME PROMOTES 5 

RTP FIRM NAMES FOUR COMPANY OFFICERS 

ORuG MAY AID HERPES VICTIMS 

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON ENERGY CENTER 

PIONEERING Drug INVENTOR PRESSES on AT 78 

NCCU GETS 16,000 AWARD FUR SCHOLARSHIP 

SCIENTISTS APPOINTED UNC PROFfsSORS 



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nOi. OMt C1MP4NY INOc'SFD SALf S CAlLS wITh&uT SALES"fN 

EMPLOYEES EA«H n.ano fcr meajt ASsncujioN 
GnvEftNMFM Sues fiB« foR 'Exc-ss- orug salcS 
3u.<«auGMS ofnies chakGEs 

FOu-JDAlION COULD HELP MANY DU^OAM CAUSES 

r^r.tlTX^'^T^T.'lJ'J^Tlo^ HELPtNC us PRODUCE ACTIFEO. 
RELEASE OF -RUC TO TREAT MEBP'^S EXPECTED SOnu 

FDA APPROVES Surgical aid 

BURROUGHS uELLCOME FUNDS PROG^*" 
OURMAM'S LINK TO OR. SCHUEIIZ'^R 

aurrougms negotiates for monsanto ce:.lter 

buRRouGmS mellcume fund 

research awards offered 
math school to dedicate lab 

burton school 

iw?ei; ?rHSSL';;tit'^^2G FOR cleaning up 

BUS DRIVFRS 

SEE ACCIDENTS. BUSES 
SEE BUSES. U.S. 
SEE DURHAM, N.C.. BUSES 
SEE GREYHOUND auS LINE 
SEE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 
SEE TRAILMAYS SUS 



BUS SAFETY 

SEE ACCIDENTS. 
SEE ACCIDENTS. 



BUSES 

SCHOOL auSES 



BUS SCHEDULES 
SEE OURHAM, 



N.C.. auS SCHEDULES 



^" see'duRham unio'i bus station 
bus system 

TR ■■ 
DE 



RAILiAYs''3US SYSTEM WANTS TO DISCONTINUE SOME ROUTES 
EREGULAIION OF BUS COMPANIES MAY COST SMALL CITIES SERVICE 



BUSES. DURHAM 
SEE DURHAM, 



N.C. 



BUSES 



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^"^'^ROXBORO HAN JANTS TO RUN BUS SERVICE 

NE. BUS SERVICE RUNNING BETHEtN ROXBORO. DURHAM 
GREYHOUND .(ANTS TO CuT 17 ROUTES 

BUSES. U.S. , „ „,- 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C. BUSES 

SEE ALSO SCHOOL aUS DRIVERS 

"IfEInS ImERIc'a': VRiClLEp'sEES IT IN 16 DAYS FROM A BUS wINDOh 

BUSH MEDIA -ORKShOP on CHILDREN AN3 FAMILIES 
SEE ALSO ChIlO abuse, U.S. 

niiMiAi'iA^^^'^^ri.vwii^... T -OMEN... 

ll'.r.'U"Tj: ?§5^l? 2S5MrT?P'?lcOMMENDS CHANGES FOR EQUAL RIGHTS... 

5irap8^iu???=fEiis°F^R-°ssi?s/eRUPSAYs 

ioMEN COMPRISE MORE THAN HALF N.C. WORKFORCE 

BUSINESS AND EDUCATION CONFERENCE _ 

SCHOOLS. BUSINESS CAN HELP EA'.H OTHER 
BUSINESS. SCHOOL TIES STUDIED 
BUSINESS- ROLE IN SCHOOLS 

= ^n^PL^sg"^ii!;E':!SlS^°^5.UA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
STUDENTS AID SMALL FIRMS 

Busif^ess touc ation 

Hi ;tl8 l^uW'&'.'l'uVul'lLoO. OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO OUKE JNIV. GRADUATE SC^OOL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO MANAGERIAL TRAINING c,.,ctc 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

WEEKEND MBA PROGRAM wILL BE OFFERED AT DUKt 

WEEKEND CLASSES TOWARD MBA SET 

SCHOOLS. BUSINESS CAN HELP EACH OTHEr< 

BUSINESS. SCHOOL TIES STUDIED 

BUSINESS" ROLF IN SCHOOLS 

BUSINESS SKILLS SAIO IMPORTANT 

STUDENTS 'SELLING INSURANCE' 

ioa"li^?Kl?:''"?S^"QRLO%E5CY FOR YOU AND YOUR MBA^ 

PRINCIPALS GOING TO BUSINESS SCHOOL 

S2S'KIp^s2ALL';'^ESSONS PROFITABLE AT SCHOOL'S 'GOLDEN GOOSE' STORE 

Business executives , ,,,. 

SEE ALSO business EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS MANAGERS 

''Li^^^E^^cST'lvlf Jel!^" RECESSION. FEDERAL POLICY HAVE CUT RECRUITING 

Business executives, salaries 

"?Nnr^S?%"rsHR^iESTINED TO INCREASE-LEE 

«"^'^l5lli'^fs"iN'^E'x-UP SLIGHTLY 
TAR HEEL BUSINESS UP 

INDEX CITES ECONOMIC GAINS IN N.>.. 
N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY GROwS 
H.Q. BUS NESS LEVEL INCHED UP IN APRIL 
N^C. BUSINESS CONTINUED TO EXPAND DURING JULY 
N.C. BUSINESS INDEX „,,,„,„ 

BUSINESS CONTINUES GROWING IN OCTOBER 

BUSINESS LOANS , _ ,^, 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

"llSi5?E'?S»Ml?rE^''5Ei[]'llES MO.E DETAILS ON HAYTI LOANS 
PANEL DELAYS ACTION ON FUND FOR HAYTI FIRMS 
CITY-BaCKFO LOANS FOR HAYTI aOVANCE 
CITY COUNCIL DISCUSSES LOAN PROGRAM FOR HAYTI 
CHRYSLER'S PAY-BACK DOESN'T RIGHT A WRONG 
COUNCIL TO GET GTE FRANCHISE TONIGHT 
CITY SEEKS PROPOSALS ON HAYTI LOAN FUND 



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rwO BrO IN LOAN FUND 

FIRM "AY GET CONTRACT TO RUN HAYTI LOAN FUND 

WOHKtR-nuNEO FIRMS MILL OFT H':lP 

NEK FIRH ylLL AID BUSINESSES 

company gets official approval 
Business managers 

PROnur TIVITY: consultant: "CiaEfRISMi IS ROOT OF MANAGERIAL INEFFICIENCY H 2 10/30/83 D 11 P F L ■> I 

Business schools 

see businfss euucaiign 

Businesses, black-ouned 

SEE black-owned businesses 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSn BETTER bUSINFSS PUREAU 

SEE ALSil BLACk-OHNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. SMALL 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS. SALES 

SEE ALSO COUNCIL FOR ENTREPRENE JR I AL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUJUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SFE ALSO DUKE UNIV. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PR3FESSI0NAL CHAIN 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY STICKERS 

SEE ALSO ENTREPRENEURIALSHIP 

SFE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 

SFE ALSO PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATIVE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVt VENTURES 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES. DURHAM 

HOUSING CONTRACTS UP lOOX IN TRIANGLE S 

DUKE BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENTS HiLL RETURN TO NEW BUILDING S 

HUNT yILL SPEAK AT BUSINESS MEETING S 

HUNT TO SPEAK AT BBB MEETING H 

TRIANGLE PERSONNEL BRIEFS H 

MITCHFLL RENA1ED TO COMMISSION S 

N.C. <.TH NATIONALLY IN NEW BUSINESSES 5 

BILLoOARO STORY H 

ANNUAL Chamber MEETING PLANNE3 H 

TOMLIN GETS PROMOTION AT ROXBTRO COMPANY S 

LOWE'S EXPECTED TO OFFER 1.5 MILLION COMMON SHARES H 

PERSONNEL CHANGES IN TRIANGLE H 

BRYAN TO SPEAK TO CHAPEL HILL CHAMBER 5 

8BB OFFERS TIPS ON HOME VIDEOS H 

DUKE TO GET SEARS FOUNDATION 'RANT 5 

N.C. BOND dIOS LOSING APPEAL H 

DURHAM GETTING HARDWARE FIRM H 

DURHAM DISTRIBUTING CO. TO HANDLE COURS BEER S 

RESEARCH FIRM CONSIDERS RTP H 

TRIANGLE NON-RESIDENTIAL BUIL1ING CONTRACTS RISE B-.* S 

STORES IN OURHAM REPORT NO EFFECTS FROM TRUCKERS' STRIKE S 

FRUSTRATION OVER JOBS CAN AFFECT ALL PEOPLE H 

ECONOMIC RECOVERY SAID POSSIBLY WEAKEST EVER S 

LET THE BUYER BFwARE H 

NORTH CAROLINA HOME SALES DIP H 

A WORKAHOLIC: CAN A LACROSSE COACH FIND TRUE HAPPINESS W I TH. . . PROCE S S0R7 H 

TRIANGLE PERSONNEL CHANGES H 

■MY OWN PRIVATE BOARD OF OIRt: TORS' H 

N.C. 2ND IN SOUTHEAST FOR GENERAL MANUFACTURING S 

BANKS CHALLENGE WITHHOLDING LAW H 

CHAMBER KICKS OFF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM S 

CHRISTMAS SALES RISE IN SUNBELT H 

PERSONNEL CHANGES IN TRIANGLE FIRMS H 

QUALITY CIRCLES PAY OFF FOR FIRM H 

N.C.'S <. LARGEST BANKS POST PROFIT GAINS S 

MORTGAGE 'BITE' SOFTENED IN na2 H 
RACCUET CLUB: THE LADY LOOKED AROUND FOR A BUSINESS IDEA AND FOUND ONE H 
EVERYONE SEFIS TO BE A BROKER 



SOUTH SQUARE MALL ADDS THREE NEW TENANTS S 

SELLING BRIDGES IN THE FAR EAST H 

GE JOINS CHEMICAL INSTITUTE , S 

OECEMBER SALES JUMP 5t ' S 

OFFERING COUNSELING TO EMPLOYEES PAYS OFF FOR OURHAM COMPANIES S 

BUILDING ACTIVITY IN TRIANGLE SOARS H 

A NATURAL ALL lANCE H 

CLEAN COMMUNITY GROUP TO GIVE AWARDS S 

WHY INVESTORS ARE SO SKEPTICAL H 

HIRINGS. CHANGES AT RECORD BAR H 

BUSINESS-EDUCATION CONFERENCE PLANNED S 

CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON CEDARW30D VILLA H 

CONFERENCE ON SCHOOLS SET MARCH iO H 

3 BANKS PLAN TELLER MACHINE INTERCHANGE S 

FINANCING IS SET AT WALDEN POND H 

BUSINESS OFFICE COMPUT ER IZ AT 13 N H 

NCCU'S BUSINESS SCHOOL MARKS I CTH YEAR S 

CAUTION IS URGED ON SALES PLANS H 
PORT OF DURHAM: HOW CAN TRIANSLE BUSINESSES USE A FOREIGH TRADE ZONE? H 

JUST HOW WILL IMPERIAL MAKE M3NEY ON ThF TRIANGLE FTZ? H 

WORK SAFETY CONFERENCE PLANNED S 

SURVEY PREDICTS INCREASE IN DJRHAM HIRINGS. CUTS H 

SURVEY FINDS EXECUTIVES OPTIMISTIC S 

SERVICE CENTER GOING INTO PAR< H 

CAN BUSINESS HELP IN FAMILY PROBLEMS? H 

SPEAK OUT. MERCHANTS H 

RTI'S VICE PRESIDENT OUTLINES TAX ADVANTAGES FOR HIS CLIENTS H 

ADAPTING TO THE AUTOMATED OFFICE S 

PRIVATE PROPERTY WEEK SEMINARS PLANNED S 

A 'CRUCIAL' YEAR AHEAD-- MEOL IN H 

MINORITY BUSINESS HEARING PLANNED H 

BAKER IS NEW Chairman of uoi directors S 

TRADE REVISIONS ARE SAID NEEDED H 
TEMPTATIONS: AND ONE WITH A RJM-PRALINE BAVARIAN FILLING OVER CHOCOLATE H 

WRENN-.ILSON FIRM CHANGES NAME. HEADQUARTERS H 

CHANCELLOR flUUDING COMPlETIO>I DATE SET S 

NEW HEALTH CLUB OPEN IN CARRBDRO H 

GRANT TO PACK CONTRACEPTIVE DFVEL0PM6NT S 

CRYSTAL PINES n NOW UNDER WAY H 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS 5 

FUTURE OF PHONE FIRMS DISCUSSED H 

N.C. PUBLIC COMPANIES' PROFITS UP 5.1* S 

N.C. COMPANIES DID OKAY IN 1912 H 

PERSONNEL Changes in AREA COMPANIES H 

CHAMBER TO LAUNCH MEMBERSHIP ORIVF S 

WACHOVIA OFFERS SIGNATURE LOANS H 

PERSONNEL CHANGES IN AREA COMPANIES H 

TRIANGLE GETS NEW ESTABLISHMENT H 

LIGGETT POISED TO GO OVERSEAS WITH GENERIC, PRIVATE LABELS H 

HOW TIMFS DO CHANGE: CITY GET' NEW RAILROAD S 

5 NFW STORES OPEN IN NORTH 0U< E MALL S 

STANDING CREDIT FOR FIRMS SEEN H 

PERSONNEL CHANGFS IN TRIANGLE H 

OLD-FASHIONED MORTGAGE LOANS MAKE COMEBACK H 

TRIANGLE FIRMS KEEP "EM MOVIN'. H 

NCNB TO OFFER NEW BANK CARD OPTIONS S 

EXIStlNG-HOME SALES EXPECTED TO INCREASE 21t H 



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TIPS fO» Bu»INO YOU" OWN PrtONf „-„,cd 

f RST CITIZENS GETS APP»0V»L = 0« fE'CEB „^„.,, 

i hy^s;^^f;p^«s.T^^SE•?r■iJr.2^?^I^0H,^c t«ue ,s t»e «tp, 

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.INDESHERE SOLO FOR »2.6 ^^ILLlON 
AVUTION GKluP TO OFFER DEBENTURES 

rTi^r?&".u!??s:;°uS?f.?JE^STFHs . 

JlfE^'ch^R^SI°fS^ku'im^^L.G= FOR ncpER PEOPLE 
SCIENTISTS "EET ON POLLUTION IN C"»PEL M LL 

ScorMiNTS SELECT 2 STUDENTS FOR HONOR 

V PjLi^^sr^^lilS^iiTf f.?2Lt^ ?N^i;ll,«*nO. KEOUESTS 
In »LL-»"6flICAN CONCRETE "UE' „ 
nuKE CnANCELLOK JOINS NCNB »0»»0 
Sr,ot,»MFIRSs AMONG SPONSORS OF SOLAR DAY 
TrSoE ZONE -A* BE IN OPERATION IN FOUR MONTHS 
TRIANGLE PE'SONNEL CnANGES 

SJ"A"?.»E°S"ioNE Er5 cfiS SEE, AS A PROBABILITY 
3^S^^"-'LsmSsirF0fNi|L AR DISAJMA-ENT , AO , 
GTE REORGANIZES 2 SERVICE TERRITORIES 

}:3?r^;:?i:j'AST°rTiLL an old smhotme 

SllS3SS^Si?^s'S^i o^^l fog «T. customers 

^ATHnvlA'S INCO"E INCREASES \? .'•t 
S?i7Ei;N0RyY BUSINESS GROUP Slfl^ '"-J'S^*" 
CENTER SIGNS PACT FOR C I RC Ul T RES E ARCH 
DALLYING AROUND HURTS BUSINESSES 
PERSONNEL CHANGES IN TRIANGLE 
oDrha- GETS EXPANDED PHONE SE'VICE 
JUNIOR EMPLOYEE STANDS OUT 
MuTliAL LAYS OFF 50 EMPLOYEES 
TRIANGLE PERSONNEL CHANGES 

dACHQviA Elects 3 banking offilErs 

rOMMlTTEE TO STUDY ZONE AUTHOUTY LINES 
"ymENIS TO aSsiNESSES ENOORSFD BY COMMITTEE 

bl2^Gl^s'r.r,?DSS^^^i'iai-SE\2?^D PROJECTS 

BANKER ?SEiicTS sto-ER/.RO-TH IN SECOND HALF 

PERSONNEL CHANGES IN TR I ANGL E f I RMS 

PIEDMONT REPORTS PASSENGER IN REaSc 

TOBACCO POLICIES CALLED PARAD1X 

SCIENTISTS APPOINTED UNC PROFESSORS 

7, 400 ENROLLED IN HEALTH PLAN 

PERSONNEL CHANGES IN TRIANGLE COMPANIES 

SvERT^'oO ARE ENROLLED IN PERSONAL CARE PLAN 

BANK EARNINGS GENERALLY HIGH TURING FIRST HALF 

nFRFdDY RECEIVES BUILDER At.ARD 

o5RHi;«S?5RES HIRE MORE PART-TIME WORKERS 

^pi^^o^ii; ?;U^es^^n^^ri2°nS^f.r-s 

ti^sTl! 'TjSfc^J'yiN°G%NT5^"frD Y-S CIGARETTES 
CITY DIRECTORIES TO dE DISTPPuTED 
'A?'jErs?/?2^"w^N'.rfsK Vo^l DRIVER'S LICENSE 

mclE lr.ri',ilhT. Je'IS-JrSp'PId by rose-s stores 
f^"r,l°u-'u^i'^fo\in''*fUlnl\:ir'o.^^ NEW SALES 

3^^3JS"e%^'-iN"A!iS?°C^Sbi^.NG IN DURHAM 
rFE^Il''sTMKl^"c'R?AfE.°lufyS IT JUST TEMPORARY, 

-5E^JS^^jAJ°cS^,J^?iS2?E? ; ET^MaRKET 

mQw times 00 Change: items FR^m YESTERYtAK 
^SSmBER, LIBRARY PLAN BUSINESS MONTH 
GE SEES MORE MICROCHIP SALES 

NCNB EXPANDS OFFICE HOURS ci,D,nycn<; 

JOB PROSPECTS SHOULD " IC < "? • . |",E"'^'-°*^'*^ 

AGENCIES Campaign for oioe-sharinc 

SiNORITY GROUPS. WUMEN »RE " '^ 2, o m?""^ JOBLcSb 

PERSONNEL Changes in triangle fir"s 

12 pSysician researchers START training 

lucoTrl TNniisTRY. BUSINESS la-yer makes s60*aoa 

FPN^ED-lisToiEERONTS disturb CITY OFFICIALS 

^vU{w:^B^^k:^^^^^ b^ ss HiwiaM.Ts 

3RT?^EJ,',^^^Sr^NTi?g2|;E>T^^ \;^^,^3 

DURHAM BUILDER SUPPORTS TAX BILL BEFORE CO..GRESS 
EUROPEAN-STYLE FRONTS BETTER THAN CHAIN LINKS 
CHAMBER DIRECTORIES NOW ON SA,E 
Srj:o"l.'E'k??ENr^rfN^E?EK% AT CONFERENCE 
PERSONNEL CHANGES IN TRIANGLE fIRMS 

amLOERs"sELECT'pR?ZE-:iSNING HOMES 
^iJlERE'sT r"Is 'RE DESTINED TO INCREASE-LEE 

?!2^g?K1^l.o;?^?^rN;K u o>- ' >■' """^ """"^ 

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si?^sn^H.t?rMiis^?N'i 'fS^nI ^^^Iastern n.c. 
' r=Kt?H-i^i?^^:;u%s°^^;ExiJSw 

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SbB SUGGESTS INVESTOR CAUTION ON Tax SHELTERS 

SI?5fSECUR?Tlls"'Tb"FFER MORTGAGES 
FUSI-CITIZENS LIKES SECURITIES ■ hiGhi Y • L IQU ID 
isRARY MAILS QUARTERLY BUSINESS NEWSLETTER 
iiE.t. fTrST SEES GREEN CHRISTMAS FOR RETAIL STORES 
AMERICAN BRANDS TO BUY SOUTHLAND LIFE 

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19 

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11 

3 
20 

2 

3 



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N 

N L41 

N 

N LAI 

N 

N HI 

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N 

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PFRSONNE 
FEOf HAL 
HOL lOAV 
SHOPPERS 
DURHAM M 
•INTENSI 
OEVELOPE 
HOME PUI 
EMPLOYME 
LCM CONS 
USED CUM 
PERSOHNE 
ACCOUNT 
FEWER DE 
PAY FORM 
CHABLOTT 
PIEDMONT 
TRIANGLE 
RTP FIiSm 
SHERIFF 
BURROUCH 
ones SQF 
•TELL SY 
CORPORAT 
COUNCIL 
NEW TRIA 
BANKS' H 
BUSINESS 



L CHANGES IN TBI 
DEFICITS INFVITA 
SHOPPING PRISK 

JAM DURHAM STOP 
ERCHANT5 TO hONO 
VE CARE' PRESCRI 
R TRIES NOT TO C 
LDING CONTINUES 
NT STATISTICS TO 
IDERS ENTERING F 
PUTESS: THE SIDE 
L CHANGES IN TRI 
NTS MEET TOMORRO 
FAULTS ON HOME L 
ULA SOUGHT FOR F 
e FIRM BUYS HALF 
AIRLINFS SHOWS 
EXPORTS MAY BE 
GETS OFFICE, LA 
DEGINS STICKER P 
S WELLCOME FUNDS 
T MURMUR OF COHP 
STEM' INSTALLED 
E LOGOS ARE SHOW 
FORMED TO ENCOUB 
NGLE GROUP TO HE 
EALTH CONT INUES 
FOUNDATION ELEC 



ANGLE FIRMS 

BLE, lUT THEY PROVE STIMULATING 

ES 

R 78TH YdAK 

BED FTR AILING PROPERTY 

HASE IFF SHOP 

BOOMING IN DURHAM AREA 

BE STUDIED 
OREIGM CIGARETTE MARKET 

LINE LOOKED SO HUT, THE CO. CHANGED DIRECTIONS 
ANGLE FIRMS 
W 

OANS IN THIRD QUARTER 
IRMS tOVEO BECAUSE OF CIVIC CENTER 

INTEl EST IN MALL 
INCREASE 

EXAMINED CLOSER IN FUTURE 
B CONTRACT 
ROGRAM 

PROGRAM 
UTERS EASE CONSCIENCE PANGS7 
AT MALL 

ING UP ON CARS, CLOTHES 
AGE BUSINESS 

LP, ElCOURAGE hIGH-GROwTh FIRMS 
SOUND, CURRIE REPORTS 
TS OFF ICERS 



BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., ARTS SUPPORT 
DRUMMING UP SYMPHONY SUPPORT 

BUSINESSES, OUPham, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., CLOSINGS 
PALMS RESTAURANT CLOSES 
PARK WANTS TO REOPEN RESTAURANT 
MONSANTO TO SELL ITS OUPHAM PLANT 
MONSANTO SITE STILL UNCERTAIN 
7 DOWN, 7 TO GO FOR CENTER 
TIMES CHANGE--AND A STORE DIES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., LAYO=FS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

GENERAL TELEPHONE PLANS LAYOF=S 

TELEPHONE EMPLOYEES TO FACE PISSIBLE LAYOFFS 

MONSANTO TO LAY OFF 22 WORKERS 

50 LOSE JOBS AT N.C. MUTUAL 

7 DOWN, 7 TO GO FOR CENTER 

MUTUAL LAYS OFF 50 EMPLOYEES 

"(USINESSES, DURHAM, PHILANTHROPY 

DURHAM'S LINK TO DR. SCHWEITZFR 
NCCU REACHES UX OF CAMPAIGN 
Sl82,O0O GIVEN 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, SALES AND EARNINGS 

DURHAM HOLIDAY SALES SHOW BIG INCREASES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS" 
BOARDS SHOULD SPEND MONEY IN 5URHAM 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, TAXES 

PANEL VOTES TO KEEP RJR TAXES 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE DECIDES AGAINSI LICENSE Tax CHANGE 

businesses, employee owned 

worker-Owned firms boosted 
worker-nwned firms may increase 

WORKER-OWNED FIRMS WILL GET HFLP 
NEW FIRM WILL AID BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES. EMPLOYEE THEFT 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO HONESTY 

SEE ALSO WHITE COLLAR CRIMES 

TWO CLAIM FIRINGS DAMAGED REPUTATIONS 

BASLER SAYS Hf LET WORKER KEE' TANTALUM 

WECK EXEC: FIRING WAS DIFFICULT 

2 SAY BASLER PART OF SCHEME AT WECK 

JURY GETS SLANDER CASE TODAY 

2 EX-EMPLOYEES TO GET l<.00,001 IN SLANDER CASE 

BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA INDEX 

SEE ALSO Employee assistance pri 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

SEE ALSO HOME-BASED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, 

SEE ALSO MADE IN USA 

SEE ALSO N.C, INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE GOALS AND PI 

SEE ALSO Public-private cogperat 

SEE ALSO OUALI TY C IRCLES 

business in 1983! TAR HEEL BA-J 
REYNOLDS IS OFFERING 1200 MILL 
N.C. ".TH NATIONALLY IN NEW BUS 
LOwE'S EXPECIEO TO OFFER 1.5 1 
N.C. BUSINESS CLIMATE RATED 31 
LOW UNION RANKING AN ASSET F05 
QUALITY CIRCLES PAY OFF FOR FI 
N.C.'S ". LARGEST BANKS POST P< 
TAR HFEL BUSINESS UP 
CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON CEDARhO 
BUILDING CONTRACTS SHOW GAINS 
TALKATIVE EMPLOYEES CAUSE COn: 
WASTES OFFICIAL SAYS INDUSTRY 
WORKERS' LOOSE TALK IS SAID DA 
FURNITURE MARKET: INDUSTRY OFF 
INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS ON THt 
REYNOLDS MOVES UP ON LIST OF C 

stL LEAGUE Changes name 
FiELDCREST Sales rise in ouart 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY GROWS 
WILMINGTON LOSING PLANT AND ft". 
IDENTIFICATION OF EMERGING FH 
MULBERRY HOUSE: AN EXPLANATION 
<,', FIRMS RECEIVE JOB SAFETY AJ 
BLACK EXECUTIVES BELIEVE RECES 
BUSINESS GAINING IN MOUNTAIN A 
MANY TEXTILE PLANTS SCHEOULINS 
BLUE CROSS REPORTS HIGH GROUP 
STOCK PRICES OF LARGE N.C. FIR 
■MADE IN USA' DRIVE BEGINS 
YOUR MONEY COULO GO TO STATE 



GRAM 
N.C. 



LICY BOARD 
IVE VENTURES 



N 


F 




fc 




L 


Y 




P 





DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


BYL 


H 


2 


I 1/20/83 


D 


12 


P 


N 




H 


2 


U/2<>/83 





10 


P 


N 


L'.l 


S 


2 


1 l/25/n3 


A 


1 


P 


N 


CtiO 


H 


2 


ll/26/n3 


a 


1 


P 


F 




S 


2 


n/26/fl3 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 


2 


U/27/83 





12 


P 


N 


L',! 


H 


2 


I l/2''/"3 


A 


A 




E 




H 


2 


12/01/83 


D 


6 





N 


L<tl 


s 


2 


12/03/83 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 


2 


12/3'./B3 


D 


10 




N 




H 


? 


12/0'i/e3 


D 


10 


P 


F 


L<,1 


H 


2 


12/0<./83 





11 


P 


N 




s 


2 


12/05/83 


A 


3 




N 




H 


2 


12/08/83 


A 


23 




N 


L',\ 


s 


2 


12/0'>/83 


C 


1 




N 


K9D 


H 


2 


12/10/83 


c 


1 




N 


L*l 


s 


2 


12/10/83 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 


2 


12/11/83 





10 


P 


N 


L'.l 


s 


2 


12/12/83 


A 


6 




N 




s 


2 


12/17/93 


A 


1 


P 


N 


F30 


s 


2 


12/17/83 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 


2 


12/18/93 





10 




N 


L'.l 


s 


2 


12/19/93 


A 


5 




N 




H 


2 


12/22/93 


A 


20 




N 




s 


2 


12/24/93 


A 




P 


N 




H 


2 


12/25/93 


c 


1 2 




N 


L".! 


H 




12/2''/83 


A 


20 


P 


N 




s 


2 


12/31/83 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 


2 


10/08/93 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


',/21/93 


A 


1 


P 


N 


L',\ 


s 


2 


<,/21/93 


C 


1 




N 


M2 3 


H 


2 


5/26/83 


A 


1 




N 


L'.l 


s 


2 


5/26/83 


A 


5 




N 


T32 


H 


2 


7/17/93 


A 


1 


M 


F 


L'.l 


H 


2 


■J/21/93 


6 


1 


P 


F 


981 



H 
S 

H 

s 

H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/27/93 a 
1/27/83 C 
2/23/83 fl 
7/U/83 A 
7/17/83 A 
7/2'./83 D 


1 

5 
I 
1 
1 


N 
N 
N 
N 
M F 
N 


Ai,7 
CI 
L',1 


H 
S 
H 


2 

2 
2 


12/21/83 A 
12/22/83 A 
12/23/83 A 


A 
12 
10 


E 
N 
N 





S 2 12/27/83 A I 



H 2 2/2'./93 A 



H 2 2/25/83 B 1 N 
H 2 3/25/83 A 16 N 



H 2 './18/93 A 3 N 

S 2 './2D/83 C 9 N 

S 2 9/16/83 CI N T32 

H 2 9/17/83 6 1 N 





5/12/83 


b 1 


N 


sa? 




5/13/83 


B 1 


N 


S8? 




5/lA/a3 


r 1 


N 


S82 




5/17/93 


B 1 


N 


se? 




5/18/93 


A f 


N 


S8? 


2 


5/19/83 


B 1 


N 


S82 



K ECONOMISTS PREDICT BEGINNINGS OF RECOVER 


H 


2 


1/D9/93 





ID 


F 


L-tl 


ION IN NOTES 


H 


2 


1/13/93 


A 


22 


N 




INESSES 


s 


2 


1/15/93 


A 


7 


N 




ILLION COMMON SHARES 


H 


2 


1/20/83 


A 


19 


N 




D BEST IN U.S. 


H 


2 


2/13/93 


C 


3 


M N 




OUR STATF 


H 


2 


2/17/93 


A 


A 


E 




RM 


H 


I 


2/17/93 


D 


6 


N 




OFI T GAINS 


s 


2 


2/19/93 


A 


2 


P N 






H 


2 


3/06/93 


D 


12 


C N 




00 VILLA 


H 


2 


3/10/93 


A 


20 


N 




IN N.C. 


s 


2 


3/28/83 


A 


6 


N 




ERN 


s 


2 


'./05/83 


D 


9 


N 




IS COOPERATIVE 


H 


2 


'./06/83 


A 


9 


N 


B30 


MAGING BUSINESS SECURITY 


H 




'./10/83 





1 1 


N 




ICIALS SAY OUTLOOK IN HIGH POINT BRIGHTER 


H 


2 


<./17/83 


A 


10 


N 




RISE 


H 


2 


4/17/93 


A 


2 1 


N 




OMPANIES 


H 


2 


'./16/83 


A 


9 


N 






S 


2 


<./25/83 


A 


3 


N 




ER 


H 


2 


5/01/83 


C 


3 


N 






s 


2 


5/02/83 


A 


5 


N 




JOBS 


H 


2 


5/10/93 


b 


5 


N 




MS CI TED 


5 


2 


5/12/83 


A 


1 


N 


S83 


OF HOW AN UGLY TREE PLAYED A PART... 


H 


2 


5/22/93 


A 


20 


P F 


L30 


ARUS 


s 


2 


5/30/83 


c 


9 


N 




SION, FEDERAL POLICY HAVE CUT RECRUITING 


H 


2 


6/02/93 


A 


13 


N 




REAS, BANK OFFICER SAYS 


H 


2 


6/16/93 


A 


22 


N 


L'il 


VACATIONS 


H 


2 


6/30/93 


A 


1<. 


N 




ENROLLMENT 


s 


2 


7/30/93 


A 


2 


P N 




MS INCREASED 87 PERCENT OVER YEAR 


H 


2 


9/0A/93 


D 


10 


N 






H 


2 


9/15/83 


A 


12 


N 






H 


2 


9/21/83 


A 


11 


N 





n 



UY/ANNUAL 
L/01/83 



INDEX 
W/31/fl3 



i/n/B". 



CLL)S£L» HELD CO«POH»TION 'GuneLINES' SET BY COUkT 

H.C.. FIBKS GEr FQBEION SALES LEADS 
COofERATION rifLD KEY TO I-tPROXING CITIES 
SOLlD-FucL HEATIr.G SVSTEN 

s!r2is-^:PL??^v^i?r^^s|,»REo,cT,o,s.^ 

STiTE SPECIALIZES IN UNUSU AL P ROOUCTS 

l\V,l''A.'t^iVlJ^V,.\\n°\'Alr PUBLIC STDC. SALES IN -a 
'Flhb;c"SlcE{?S".""B8irAS?RU^^N SOUTH 

!^j^;^:c'£i:si«^^:p?i:y^^ii.s^^^?i ic^^..ATE t. 

BUSINESSES. N.C.. AIR POLLUTION 

"lltt'SoSio KfLt'U5'EXE.PTI0NS FOR CLEANING AIR 
BILL LIMTING TAX BREAKS ADVA-4CES 

«"^i?rirs5 Sj'siNEi^srsl'BSRH.H, CLOSINGS 
N.C. T01.N .ITHOUT POLICEMAN 
MORE LAYOFFS ANNOUNCED IN LEE 
iS^cS'S^P'^^r ?^'?,;uf°D81iS'lALEIGH CENTER 
CHICKEN FARMERS dORRIED 

^JPrlS^^DEpiRT^NT STORE IN P.AZA TO CLOSE ThIS SUMMER 
IInkeI'MNGS GENERALLY HIGH TURING FIRST HALF 

^oSe'-S^^^S To'^ShSt DO-N HILLS--QROU&H TEXTILE PLANT 

C0NE^-ILLS.IS.^'-.9?i''SoRKERS 



SE TEXTILE JOb LOSS HOES 



'c8!iN{Y' :Tl fSY^TO^irC^il MILLS EMPLOYEES 
TSFYPRFPAaf FOR FUTURE: PR3MAM TO HELP EA 
ISOUT20S CONE HILLS WORKERS ARE IN PROGRAM 

="^"'S5c^^'{oL'LidES^£H^R{'2SSbT^i';!Sl?^RY GRANTS 

'^^^^PIPSO gjsi;,E'sSE?:"uRH.M. LAYOFFS 

^^fFiTnE^unRKERS sIy the; cSJCS do WITHOUT CHRISTMAS VACATION 
Rj5 iF^JUES?S U80S WORKFRS TO OUIT OR RETIRE EARLY 
FIRM LAYS OFF 108 "ORKERS . 

MORE LAYOFFS ANNOUNCED IN Lt£ 
JOB LOSSES DOUBLE IN ISBI . 

SHIP FIRM IS FORCED TO CLOSE . „ „ ,-. 
INSURANCE FIRM TO LAY OFF 90 rMPLOYEtS 
DELAY SOUGHT BY GIL3ARC0 IN PAY RAISE 
FIBER PLANT CUTS PAINFUL 

'"''"Ik'^^hSis-S.^Yi'ESsHrp^'sCHoas ANo BUSINESS 

READY GENEKOSITY 
TEXTILE FIRM MAKES GIFT 

BUSINESSES. N.C. PHYSICAL FITNESS 

^^lutt^^S^^ri^Gko'lJ'^^llp EMPLOYEES HEALTHY 
FIRM CITED 

^"nEFlLla el^KS.TniSALES.ANO. EARNINGS 



X^J^^il^^C^i^oSlA^li^ES.^Jro^ T S^p'^!l« 

I;iRlE2N'"B"RU§S°i5Y'55''o ^ii'^ rate this year 
Sc COMPANIES' EARNINGS IMPROVING. ANALYSIS SAY 
UlcI'S MAJOR INOSSTRIES REPORT HEALTHY PROFITS 



N E 


£ 


P 


DATE C PG 


H 2 


9/21/R3 D 6 


S 2 


10/15/63 A 16 


H ! 


lO/l(>/83 11 


H 2 


10/25/R3 A 1 


H 2 


n/01/S3 A 1 


H 2 


U/02/»3 C 2 


H 2 


11/0(1/93 D 13 


H 2 


ii/i'i/e3 a 1 


S 2 


11/21/83 A 3 


S 2 


U/23/83 A 7 


S 2 


12/03/83 A 1 


H 2 


12/12/83 A 9 


S 2 


12/12/83 A 6 


H 2 


12/15/83 A 12 


H 2 


12/15/83 D 7 


H 2 


12/1T/83 A 10 


H 2 


12/18/83 D 13 


S 2 


12/2T/a3 C A 


H 2 


3/29/83 a 1 


H 1 


6/29/93 a 1 


H 2 


1/13/83 A 9 


H 2 


1/27/83 A 21 


H 3 


<,/06/83 A 3 


H 2 


",/07/83 A 15 


H 2 


^/25/83 A 3 


H 2 


6/03/83 9 


H I 


7/06/83 B 1 


H 2 


8/19/83 A 20 


H 2 


12/07/83 A 10 


H 2 


12/09/93 A 1 


5 2 


12/09/83 A ; 


H 3 


12/16/83 5 1 


S 2 


12/16/93 A 9 


i 2 


12/30/83 A 1 


S 2 


12/30/93 A 3 



( 



S 2 2/18/83 A in 



? 


1/02/93 


C 


18 


7 


1/22/83 


A 




7 


1/22/83 


A 




? 


1/27/83 


A 


21 


7 


1/30/93 


A 


21 


7 


2/02/93 


C 


3 


7 


2/22/93 


A 




7 


3/11/93 


A 




7 


'./19/93 


A 


11 P 


7 


5/15/83 


A 




7 


5/21/83 


A 


10 


7 


6/26/83 


J 


11) 


2 


9/0<./e3 


c 




7 


2/08/93 


A 


«. 


7 


2/19/83 


A 


1. 


2 


12/16/83 


A 


12 D 



S 2 2/02/93 L 1 
S 2 2/14/93 C 1 



BUSINESSES. N.C. REGULATIONS 

"lltt'SoS^rH^c'^'IirflSI'S^ GOVERNMENT BULLYING 

""yi:jl^ilMi?%iI?^='§-I"cS;tl^.ON DISCOUNT 

HUNT OPPOSES INVENTORY TAX CUT 
SESeftViTIONS VOICED AflQuT TAX PROPOSAL 
TAK POLICIES «AY Change 

Si^OIFli^nON^ {^S^tt'lu^NESS^TAX ARE URGED BY TEER COMPANY OFFICIAL 

reynolds facing tax bill 

'"^IeI"lIo Iet't'er business bureau 
^F? Ai sn BUSINESSES. DURHAM 
III IlSO SHi^L business administration 
SEE ALSO SmaCl business COUNCIL 

'^',l\ircl.:ih^VoArll CONF=RE.CE 

?inwJ%«'!5A?rk^ASi"3l OIRE-.TORS- 

rN;VA?I5^!^G???^T7i^N°?i^^E:i"^M'A;P BUSINESSES 

sirE;s?^ro^i'N?'^°r^'TTiri^|o;fN^|?rAN.s SP|£CH „,,,,„, 

rHSilJ'R'JJg^GlAi%^50^^El"l v^ R 'to'"sS.PJ"b3s?N%sIIs 
2 SeSinaRS to GIVE AID ON BIOOING 

"liHtig ^ii!is.si';;s^?SEssEs ^ 

SEE aCso corruption in business 

SFE ALSO franchise BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO FREE ENTERPRISE 

SEE ALSO INVESTORS. U.S. ,, 

SEE ALSO MAIL-ORDFR BUSINESS 



2 
1 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 


2/27/93 
4/29/93 
'./30/83 
5/01/83 
5/09/93 
5/16/83 
10/31/83 


A 
B 
A 
L 

C 

A 
A 


2 


i,/ll/83 


A 


2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
I 
2 
2 


l/0'./93 
1/22/93 
3/25/83 
5/18/93 
6/29/83 
6/29/83 
7/10/93 
12/17/83 


8 
A 
B 
C 
B 

a 
c 

A 



TO SMALL BUSINESS H 



1/03/93 
1/16/83 
1/18/83 
2/06/83 
<./ll/e3 
<./12/83 
A/20/83 
6/23/83 
7/10/93 
9/01/83 
3/25/93 
9/16/93 
11/27/93 
12/02/93 



1 

10 
1 

12 
1 
3 



N HbO 

N 



12 
13 



seo 

L-il 



T32 
H81 
M66 



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NNUAL INDEX 

1/,01/Bl - li/31/B3 



Subjects 



n f 
p n 



PACE ai 
l/W/S". 



S I T 

E 1. Y 

C PG L P RYL 



SEE ALSO HERGfPS IbFNEftAL HFAOI'JOI 

SEE ALSn POLITICAL CA'IPAir.N COta RltiUIlONS 

SEE ALSn PRIVATE ENTERPRISE . 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 

SEE ALSO TRA3EMARKS 

SEE AlSn UNOERGROUNO ECONOMY 

SEE ALSO WOMEN. BUSINESSES 

ABSENTEE RATES AT A LOM LEVEL 

FEDERAL SAFETY AGENCY ADOPTS lETTER APPROACH 

SEC SPOKESMAN PRAISES NEU SYSTEM OF FILING 

•MADE IN USA" DRIVE BEGINS 

CONSULTANT SAYS BUSINESS MYTHS HURT EFFICIENCY 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO ARTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM. ARTS SUPPORT 
WHO'S DOING WHAT AROUND THE TRIANGLE 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. EMPLOYEE THEFTS 
SEE BUSINESSES. EMPLOYEE THEFT 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. EMPLOYEES 
INCENTIVE TO WORK 
DRUGS. JOBS OON'T MIX 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. GIFTS 

LCM CONSIDERS ENIERING FOREIGv CIGARETTE MARKET 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. INCOME TAXES 
SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES 

MR. REAGAN'S RIGHT ABOUT BUSINESS TAXES 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DUlHAM. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C.. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

EASTOVER SAYS IT IS HALTING WTRK AT MINES 

BUSINESSES. U.S., PHILANTHROPY 

AGENCIES DOING MORE WITH LESS 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. TAXES 

SEE BUSINESSES. U.S.. INCOME TAXES 



BUS ING 








SEE 


SCHOULS. 


N.C.. 


BUSING 


SEE 


SCHOOLS. 


U.S.. 


BUSING 



9UTNER. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL I'lSTITuTION AT BUTNER 

TOWERING Task 

FIRE DISTRICT TAX LEVIED AT BJTNEH 

FALL BRINGS INFLUX OF HUNTERS. FEW DOLLARS TO BUTNER 

BUTNER TO GET NEW INDUSTRY 

GRANVILLE GETS NEW INDUSTRY 

GRANVILLE GETS NEW INDUSTRY 

OFFICIALS WANT CITY TO BUY BUTNER WATER 

BUTNER. DURHAM NEED WATER PACT. PANEL TOLD 

BUTNER. N.C. BUDGET 

UNC MAY GET NEW BUILDING 

BUTNER PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT. 
BUTNER PSO CHIEF QUI TS 
PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS AGREE: BUTNER NEEDS NEW BUILDING 

BUTTER 

CHEESE GIVEAWAY STARTS T 
FREE CHEESE, BUTTER TO B 
S.-iOO NEEDY FAMILIES REC 

FREF Cheese: new rules wi 
cheese giveaway limited 
cheese. butter dole limi 
state mas time suggestio 
expanded giveaway urged 
food giveaway to expand 
cheese. butter handed ou 
citizens protesting 8utt 
program needs help, not 
free food decision prote 
county is studying givea 
more eligible for free f 
more to get free food 
applications being taken 
lower retail sales of ch 
Changes expfcteo in food 
cheese giveaway back on 
food giveaway to start e 



UESOAY 

E GIVEN TO POOR 

EIVE SURPLUS U.S. CHEESE. dUTTER 

OULD lAKE MORE PEOPLE ELIGIBLE 

TO F03D-STAMP RECIPIENTS 

TED 

NS FOR Cheese, butter program 



TO J, 500 DURHAM HOUSEHOLDS 
ER. CHEESE LIMITS 
PROTES TS 
STEO 

WAY EXPANSION 
000 

FOR FREE CHEESE. BUTTER 
EESE BRING GIVEAWAY RESTRICTIONS 

GIVEAWAY 
FOR NEXT MONTH 
ARLY TO BEAT HEAT 



BUT 
BUT 

BUY 
BUY 
BY 

BYR 

BYS 

CAR 

CAT 

CB 

CBS 



TERFLIES 

A HUNGRY BIRO'S MEAL MAY NOT BE SO TASTY 

YL ACETATE 

EAST Durham leak forces evacuation 

TOO-TIGHT BARREL CAP LIKELY CAUSE OF LEAK 

QUICK FOOD MART (ALSTON t WORTH AVF.I 
DURHAM JURY ACQUITS MAYE IN CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBERY 

QUICK FOOD MART IS. BRIGGS C AMGItR AVE.l 
Two ARRESTEO IN STORE HEIST 

MAIL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO TALENT IDENTIFICATION BROGPAM ITIPI 

MAIL-ORDER COLLEGE: DUKE OFFERS AT-HOME COURSES FOR GIFTED. 

O'S FOOn STORES 

MATS OFF TO GROCERS 

SANOSIS 

SEE BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

E 

CARE OFFICIALS WORK TO SAVE WTRLO'S FORESTS 

SCANNERS 
SEE SCANNERS IMEDtCAL EQUIPHENTl 

RADIOS 

SEE CITIZEN bAND RADIOS 



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2/16/83 
2/24/93 
2/25/93 
2/28/83 
3/01/93 
3/15/93 
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SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

NETWORK EYES MATH SCHOOL 



CE ELGIN ELECTRONICS 



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FUM TO OPEN SOON 

"^SEE COMPKEmENSIVE ENPLJYMENT AN) t.lAINlNG ACT 

"^"'seI change (A MEN'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON OOHfSIIC VIOLENCEI 
CHORE IDURHA- COUNTY OEPT Of SOCIAL SERVICES! lACRQNYMl 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
ADULT CARE ftES OROPPEO 

CJ'S STEAK AND SEAFOOO RESTAURANT 
GUNMEN ROP RESTAURANT 

'■'*' COURT SATTLE EJPECTEO OVER MEXICAN JEANS 

"""SEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. "COLCOR" INVESTIGATION 

"•^lEiV^S-c'JislfiNt^SllirSiN-^S^^SIir""'^"*"' 

^ilt^S Si:!i^'l?5EC?f ^S^S.S S.RVICE OFFER 
CRISIS GROUPS MAY SHARE 

""lEE'SMEiKA^ ^^DlSiiloN'bF'Ci'BoJ'ASi CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANI 

""see'crqp'iorganuation to relieve world hungeri 



'-Tgrili^SG^SC^ghLS TO BE EVALUATED 

"-DEioEh^jN'^SrJSSIoSN ^Siloings for civic center may begin in 

C. SPAULOING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

ShEn'a FEL^FR needs a FRIEND 
SMILES FDR PERFDRMERS 

"B[l?rHltVS^R'? celebrated 
s"T3D°?i-,TrRlc^?;E'Ji?!E°TY EDUC TION 
PILGRIMS AND INDIANS 

c PHlll IP5 AND SONS REALTY CO. 
^•CITY OFFICIALS call ROAD EXTENSION 

KNOX MASSFY DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AMARU 

III JlIS fll5lv?^0F N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. AWARDS 
FOUR EMPLOYEES OF UNC SALUTED 



A PIONEER EFFORT 



CABLE TELEVISION 



" '"^(m^^B^BW^^^l^ ?!^?fr§ONj?l^%ROFESSDRSHIP 

'* '*hOSPITAl"uE0 OVER LAUNDRY CO-I TRACT 

'■ -SEE's'TANfogD^jMnK^i'iSMnESSbL IHILLSBOHOUGH. N.C.I 

Cabins 

see log cabins 

cable television. durham 
see cablevision of durham 

CABLE TELEVISION. N.C, 

SEE ALSO ORANdE COUNTY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PAY TV 

THQMASVILLE SUING FIRM 

on IT YOURSELF ON CABLE CHANNEL 3 

CABLE TELEVISION. U.S. 

SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 

liA'tt^°fJR%^3JaI^^c°!.WL'^ELEVISIon 

''ln".oV.'l'.'i\U f^BrE'Si?::OR<SANDTV.. 
CABLE TELEVISION ADVISORY COUNCIL 

'h/.[l'.At'n'-.'V.'l°,%r, SHr'Spping station 

^.t?tbi5?s"^Tb'^aR'tii??D-;-^- ^''"™ 
crBL-i\;^F!srJi;!^^,s?VFis? m catch -pirates- 

cnSHENTS being sought by cable unit 

hearing set QN quality of CABLEVISION SFRVirt 

CABLFVISION of DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE '" 



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8/27/83 A 

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COUNCIL 
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SFF ALSO CABLF TELEVISION. N.C. 
Ill 'also cable 'ELtVlSION ADVISTKY 
SEE ALSO CARRBURO. N.C CABLE TEL 
"cAB!:ISlSlbN'''n'SEPOPT ON DROPPING STATION 
CABLE BOARD DELAYS ACTION ON N.Y. STATION 



FIRh'uRGES PROTEST 

CABLE COMPANY TO DROP WOR 

DON-T DROP STATION WOH 

CABLEVISION PERFORMANCE SLACK 

ALTERNATIVES TO WOR LISTED 

r,r^l'.,'i^l'r.l'lf>'u C°;^L"E'iS5.LTY rates top city CONCERNS 

KEEP WOR ON CABLEVISION 

CABLEVISION WON'T OROP WOR-TV 

t1ld°A'\\ S^F^Jli-EiisUI'ss'^k^-IN SHOW 

^'.^atl fj l%'-,\::ZWrM'-^0'iT°,a CATCH .P.KATES. 

SrEA TROPS BAKE AS HEAT GOES 9N . 

COMMENTS BEING SOUGHT |Y CABL- UNIT 

00 IT YOURSFLF ON CABLE CHANNEL 6 ,,„„,,, 

HEARING SET ON QUALITY OF CABLEVISION SERVICE 

a"«C)Ro"U''fa5oR OF DEREGULATHN 

J.SlEVISION to increase KATES 

DURHAM CABLEVISION TO IMPOSE <AT£ HUE 



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P»fiF(. cVtS CHaNf.lNC CABLE fllA-:CH15E 
TiCTt 

rui ivfNr. Ck'ip 

r AOMIUM 

see also cnvik )nmehtal con! am ina n ts 
cadmium exposure can harm kiuneys. lungs 

Caffeine 

rfptkr claims caffein won't hjrt must pfupl =^ 

STU(3Y FINOS CAffEINt NOT MA9w:uL TO UNBORN BABIES 

Cake OECHRATING 

HANOY MINTS MAKE CAKE LOOK PRFITIFR 

CRREC TION 

OECHRATCR SEES CAKES AS ART 

TEEN KEEPS HIS CAKES KOSHER 

CALGWELL CJU'lIV, N.C. 

COURT REINSTATES 1991 CONVICTION FOR MlSCOtiluCT 

CALETOMi PRISOJ 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, l,.C. 

PRISON OFF IC lAL IS FIRED 

CALENDARS 

SEE ALSO nuRrtAM COLLECTORS CALENDAR 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY 3UU CALENDAR 
SEE ALSO ENO OIVEP CALENDAR 

PUPILS HELP CREATE CALENDAR ON DURHAM'S PAST, PRESENT 

KHOSE IDEA JAS THIS CALENDAR: 

JNinuf FUND-RAISER INfOPMATIVf AND FJN 

CALfNPAP MURAL 

FIRST TIME E»EH! DURHAM COLLEITO/i'S CALENDAR 

CAL IFORNIA 

SEE ALSO DEATH VALLEY, CALIFORNIA 

SFE ALSO PROPOSITION 13 

SEE ALSO SAN ClFMENTE, CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

CALIFORNIA'S Calamities 

NATURE'S INFLICTIONS 

r ALL-FOR-AC TION 

SEE ALS" CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAMS 

CALL FOP ACTION TO GIVE AOV I CE ON HOUSING 

CALL 'OR ACTION REOPENS 

CITY OFFICES TAKE PART IN ' A S< A LAWYER DAY' 

CALLIGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO PENMANSHIP 
PREPARE FOR CONTEST 
'SO'*ETHING YJU CAN 00' 

CALVERT SCHOOL 

SEE DURHAM ACADEMY 

CA-aOOlAN REfuGEfS 
SEE ALSO PEFuGEFS 

cambooian masters english «ith honors 
Cambodian refugees, Durham 

AMERICANS CAN learn OY CAMBODIAN EXAMPLES 



SUBJECTS 



Page ■it 



ROUNJ DELIGHT 



CAl'Qf.1 AVE. 

JPIOGF WORK 
HAMMER iri' Away 

CAMELLIAS 

SPENGLcP GA.'IUEN IS YEAR 

CA"ELOT IPLAYl 

STARS SHINE IN ROXBORO MUSICAL 

CAMELOT ACADEMY 

CAMFLOT ACAOEMY AIMS AT INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION 

Cameron murrison youth center iHnF=MAN, n.c.i 

DEPUTIES CHAkGE WOMAN WITH BREAKING INTO PRISON 

CAMERON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL I H 1l LSBOROUGH , N.C.I 
VIOFO CASSETTE UNIT PURCHASE APPROVED 
SCHOOL TO GET VIDEO CASSETTE 

CAMEROON 

aucSTIjN: 



WHERE IS CAMEROON? 



A HEC FuR MANOICAPPEO 



CAMP EASON 

SEE ALSO "UPDOCH CENTER 
GOING CAMPING 

CAMP mCC 

CAMPING progxam: volunteers give 

Camp kaleiooscopf 

SFE ALSO Camps isee also names of CAMPSI 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 
READING FOR CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 

CAMP KANATA 

SFE ALSO Camping isr-e ALSO NAME'. Of CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO CAMPS ISEE ALSO NAMES )f CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS 
SEE ALSO VMCA, DURHAM 

BUS-CAMPER Crash INJURES ! 

BUS w»ECK VICTIMS ARE TPfcATEO 

Two MEN INjUKfO IN COLLISION 'EMAIN IN HUSPITAL 

COUNSELOR OCOWNS AT CAMP KANATA 

DROWNING VICTIM SUFFERED SEUIRFS 

Ca-p lEjEuNc 

SHIPBOARD LIFE HELPS MARINES <EFP IN SHAPE 

NAVY IS CRITICISED FOP tU,2iS BILL TO FURNISH OEFICt 

INTOLFRABLE WASTE 

MILITARY MANEUVER WILL BEGIN TODAY 

SOVIET SPY Ship off n.c. 

TWO MILITARY TRUCKS FOUND LEFT IN SURF 

WHO'S GOlOIIR ICK ING7 

MARINES RETURN HOME TO KISSES AND LAKES 

Two MAKINGS ARE WOUNOFD OY LI/E MACHINE GUN EIRE 

MARINE KILLED BY LIGHTNING 

CAMP LtJEUNE HOLDS TOUGH FRONT 

FRESH U.S. TROOPS LEAVE FOR LIBATION 

N.C. FAMILIES WAIT — AND HOPE 

GETTING THE WORD 



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FOO" CO^HA 
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RCCPS— 1ST 
A» TREES H 
SED >.ORLO 



KFTukM to cam" LdJtUNE HJSPITAL 
ABSENT MARINE'. 
AJIME CriHWUNITY 

ro''LEJ'^UNt Tl ATTENU SFKVICE FOR MARI.mES 
T Fal'>lV WITH FAIILlcS OF MARINES 

I MissnN OF ■- ancERN 

At.AINST REAC»M 

FCRCE AGAI'I 'J flCMT TYRANNY 

grs'iS"Ati r3;:-.^f.-E political fo^s 

I16S ARRIVE IN ll.S. 

AN EIFRCISE II HONDURAS 

TO GET VISITS TTOAY 

FOR MARINES 
^S 6 = T I NG S 
ARNEO _ „ ^ 

HEROES' «FL:a"E 

'^Ge'tS CnMBAT •> I^iSON 

I^ WAR ^, ^^ 

ILL HONOR SLAIN MARINES 
I^NSIONSt TERRORISM MA««EO YEAR 



""^IP^c'cmclf^ciSpilGN CONTRIBUT IONS 
CA-PAIC.N^-EMJRA61LU ^. ^^^ CAMPAIGN SELLER 
HELMS nATCh ticks BACK.ARO 

'^'-'Ikip^^tt'ifRlSe'cONCERT SCHEOJLFJ 

■^"""S^iin^S^SATaRS SEEK boycott OF LAMPBELL-5 
.nrai .'Jlfts HPMOtHS JOIN NATn:*AL fcFFQKI 
sBjP gTfT: FI"M GliES 2.000 C»SES. OFFERS MOR 

fAMPBELL UMV. IFJRMERLY CAMPEELL COLLEGE! 
SCHOOL TO MARK ANNIVERSARY 
5n";E»SITY HONORS HENDERSON man 



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=he1:-S TO ?PfiK AT CAMPBELL UNIV. 

SEN. HELMS RAPS RADICAL LIBERA TIO 

dOrham ioMAN GRADUATES COM LAJOE 



TION 

DURHAM WOMAN SRADUAtcS CUM L.JOE FROM CAMPBELL 
CAMPBELL LISTS GRAOUATcS FROM DURHAM AREA 
3 GET DIPLJMaS from CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY, FACULTY rA*AfLL 

DR. FREEMAN, PROFESSOR AT CAWbtLL 

^'"^f^^it^^iip? rtEi^;:L'N!;sn ^^ camps. 

Ill ItiS 0« ^Tr^FELLOWSHIP CE.TER 

|f6 also HlLaERNE<;S AREAS. N.C. ^^„,,-, 

mILOE'NESS maintenance LEFT 13 CAMPERS 

NEATNESS COUNTS, CAMPERS 

CAMPS ISEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 

ill ItIS ?t:?.^C^H^rie?E NAMES OF CAMPS, 

III ttso pI,«e"n". COMPUTER KA^P 
SEE ALSl ElOE=hOST£l 

^-f, CAMP PLANNED 

PRIFST REALIZES OREAM WITH CAMP 

^S^,iSJ'^ci-r?i^J^»lL?E'^FjS h1!Li^.njl"D ^i^LOREN 

ioiTERS' CAMP SET FOR CHILDREN 

ORANGE Camp STARTS TUESDAY 

^'-|^| %1& S£,V^^L"M?irCLUP 
"""I.Slt^So'T^rVS'^'EN^Y'ri^^ZON.NG REQUESTS 

'^'"sEE ALS" nu«E ONIV. CANADIAN STJ0I6S PROGRAM 

^^RlV^^E^gSSSp'tJ show FILMS LABELED PROPAGANDA 
JSI5r'.ES?'or,^'HAi?tJ^?KEO ON FILM ISSOE 

'^"•'°J;RL'rA!ili;iR'{ BRICKBATS 

Cakaoa aIRL INES 
see air canada 

Canada dry dOTTlIng plant iJ21 hartee si.i 

50ITLING FIRM'S SAF? CRACKED 
'^*''"a;i.5?f;"iR*oI,;?isT^5s TO JOIN DMKF PROGRAM 
'"'$?J"UF"Sif5.'ciNiSlAN STUDIES PROGRAM 

'""see alS'^ blacks. U.S.. CANCER 
SEE ALSO eONc CANCtR 
SFE ALSO BONE MARRJ. TRANSPLANTS 
SEE ALSO BREAST CANCER 
SEE ALSO CANShaRE 
SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 
SEE ALSO CERVICAL CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHEMOTHERAPY 
SEE ALSO ChIlOREN. cancer 

Iff itrn^?'s",'D^E^"EsT.L9ESTRa, 

ill Uln StlJc'^Nl^'JoMPRFHENSNE CANCER C.NTER 

SEE ALSO INTEFFfRON 

SF£ ALSO LEUKEMIA 

iFE ALS"1 LUNJ LANCER 



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iff ALST NATinNAL CANCER INSTITJTE 

SEE ALSn M.C. MEnnKIAL HOSPITAL. CLINICAL RESFAPCH UNIT 

SEE ALSn ORAL CANCER 

SEE ALS.T nvARIAH CANCER 

SEE ALSO PANCREATIC CANCER 

SPE ALSO PROSTATE CANCER 

SEE ALSn PADIATION THERAPY 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO TESTICULA* CANCER 

SEE ALSO TORACCn, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL Hi LL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE ALSn UTERINE CANCER 

SURGEHNS AT Ji;kE RECONSTRUCTING ESPHAGI 

PSYCHIATRY LIPRARY OFFERS PUBLICATIONS ON CANCER 

CANCER INFORMATION NOW AVAILABLE AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SPEAKS ON CA.lCER 

C4NCE" eOOKLET TAKES OUT CLOO" , 0001, WRITER SAYS 

VA HOSPITAL TO UPGRADE CANCER GEAR 

NO GLOOM OR OOOM IN CANCER PO^'KLET 

DOCTOR SAYS MORE CANCER PATIENTS SURVIVING 

REPORT DISPUTES -CANCER EP1DE'"IC* 

EVANGELIST SAYS SHE l^ILL USE FAITH TO BATTLE CANCER 

FORMER PRESIDENT, FAMILY VISIT SISTER IN FAYETTEVULE 

CANCER CLAI"5 HIGH SCHOOL ST»3 ATHLETE 

YOUTH DIES WEEK BEFORE GRADUATION 

HERBICIDES 

FOREST SERVICE SAYS STUDENTS' kEPORT ON HERBICIDES ANO CANCER 

ART HELPING CANCER PATIENTS 

CHEhING, DIPPING RISKY, TOO 

SPECIAL CANCER DIETS RAPPED 

RUNDLES SAYS AWARENESS CAN HEl P REDUCE CANCER 

MUSICIAN STARTING OVER AFTER LOSING 3 IN FAMILY 

Cancer, LARY^;x 

laryngectomees offered "ore natural speech 

cancer, vaginal 

see cervical cancer 
see pap shears 

Cancer diagnosis 

nfw machines may speed detection of cancer at duke 

cancer information service 

see also duke univ. comprehensive cancer center 
nEk cancer line working in n.; . 

cancer service has toll-free num5er in n.c. 

ouke seeks volunteers r ' 

CanCFR PREVENTION 

DUKE'S CANCER CLINIC SEEKS ANSWERS 

CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALS1 OUKE UNIV. CO«»REhENSIV 

SFE ALSO INTERFFflON 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALS'T UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL Hi 

DUKE Surgeon us=s intestine tt 
Nfw treatments found for testi 

OUKE PROGRAM HELPS REDUCE TEST 

DOCTORS oiAGNOSF Cancer via si 

SMOKING LINKED TO A CHILDHOOD 
OUKE STUDY: CHILD CANCER HIGH 
FROG skin: IT CONTAINS INGREOI 
CANCER TALKS TO DRAW 300 
CFLL DIFFEKfriCES SOUGHT IN FIG 
STUDY FINOS PILL PROTECTS WOME 
Nfw DRUG IS SOUGHT TO SLAY CAN 
PILL-CANCER LINK DOUBTED 
■PRIMITIVE CELLS' STUDIED AS C 
OUKE MACHINE MAY ADVANCE TREAT 
CANCER VIRUS IS ISOLATED IN 01 
CANCER OETECTION GAINS 
MERE'S TO YOUR HEALTH 
HFRPES-CANCER LINK 'OISTURBINJ 
DISCOVERS SLIGHT CANCER LINK 
NEW DRUG MAY AID TUMOR TREATM= 
NEw DRUG TREATMENT MAY HELP ST 
OUKE CANCER CENTER SEEKS END T 
NFW RFSFARCH DECLINES 
NEW MACHINES MAY SPEED OETECII 
UNRULY HUMAN CELLS CAN LEAD TO 
OUKF'S CANCER CLINIC SEEKS ANS 
DUKF cancer RFSFARCH GETS BOOS 
<, DRUGS IMPROVE CANCER OUTLOO< 
STUDY CLAIMS HERBICIDE, C»NCE» 
NEW TREATMENT AIDS VICTIMS Of 
COLON CANCER, DIET LINK SAID P 

STUDY AT Duke OFFFkS melanoma 

SFRUM PROTECTS MICE AGAINST BL 
DUKE RESEARCHERS PROTECT MICE 
CANCE-t OUEST COVERS MYRIAD OF 
DUKE DOCTORS IMPLANT PUMP TO ] 
PUMP FIGHTS LIVFR CANCER 
UNC STUDY EYES RUBBER FIRMS 
UNC-UNION STUDY TO SEEK CUT n 
HOSPITAL TO TFST TUMOR TRFATM' 
ESTROGEN, CANCER LINK BEING SI 
RTI WORKS ON CANCER STUDY i 

CANCER PU?iLt ANSWER POSSIiJLE 
CANCER WORK GETS LIFT 
OUKC SCIENTISTS FIND CANCER-FI 
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unc prof is un journal cover 

canoeut, flessig c associates 

part. of hayti rfoe velopment can start now 

maytl plan seeks rtp help in "■. ett ing office investors 

mayti contracts on agenda 

CANE crefk conservation authority 

SECOND SUIT FIlFO IN ATTEMPT TO MALT RESERVOIR 

CANE CREEK OK RfCOMHENDEO 

RESERVOIR SUIT TO BE HEARD BY MAGISTRATE 

OWASA WINS RIGHT TO CONDEMN LAND FOR CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

OWASA GFTS POWER TO CONDEMN UNO 

CONDEMNATION POWER OK • 

CANE CREEK INJUNCTION RfOUEST WITHDRAWN 

Cane creek BIO withdrawn 

ANTI-CANE CREFK OAM GROUP TO ATTACK OWASA PLAN 
POWER TO TAKE CANE CREEK LAND RECOMMENDED FOR WATER AGENCY 
N.C. IFFICIAL BACKS TAKING CAVE CREEK RESERVOIR LAND 
FRIENDS, FOES FILE MOTIONS IN CANE CREEK WATER CASE 
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M SYSTE*^S AGENCY 
EALTh CARE 

ENTAL HEALTH CENTER! < 
URAL HEALTH CLIMCS. 

LAUNDRY ON ACEMOA 

FARING SLATER TUESDAY 
PITAL RENOVATION IS 01 CUMMIITEF'S AGENDA 
OSPITAL OISAGREF ON PLAN TO MOVE LAUNOKY 
HOSPITAL NE^^OS OrtN LAJNOKV 

SEEKS HEARING ON HOSPITAL LAUNDKY 

LAIINDKY GETS NOD 
E HOSPITAL ^UnO ISSUE «OTE SCHEDULE SOUGHT 
TH RENOVATIONS GET AGfNCY'S OK 
PITAL GETS CERTIFICATE FOR PROJECT 
S" CENTER PASSES huROl E 
COhOL UNIT GETS 8ACKIVG 
GRAM OK LnO-fS 

ENERAL'S REQUEST FOP ILCGHOLIC WARD OK'D 
E HOSPITAL'S POND VOT' -JN HOLD' 
CKS NON-PROFIT CLINIC 
PROVES MINOR SURGERY ZLTJIC 



Capital punish"Ent 

see anti-neath penalty 
see death sentences! n.c. 
see death sentences. u.s. 
see executions, n.c. 

capital ism 

see also economy, u.s. 
see also free enterprise 

„elfaoe syste- aids wealthy capitalists 

movie capitalists do all right 

Capitol loans 

7 down, 7 to go for center 

Captain d'S seafood restaurant ino^th RoxaoRO roadi 
restaurant robber brags of 5-year career in crime 

Car pools 

see carpooling 

CAP WASH 

CHAPEL HILL CARS WASHEO IN OLH HAM 

CLEAN MACHINES 

CARbON MONOXIDE 

CITYWIDE AIR QUALITY TESTS MAY BE MADE IN DURHAM 
DURHAM EXHAUST READINGS HIGH 
2 WOMEN DIE IN CAR IN ORANGE 
AREA wdP-EN DIE FROM CAR FUMES 
TWO WOMEN IDENTIFIEO 

ONE OF 2 Durham women muroere.t, examiner says 

DURHAM MAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR 

CARBON MONOXIDE POISONINGS 

SEE ACCIDENTS. CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARBONATED WATER 

HF ADDED TANG 



TO SOFT DRINKS 



CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

CONSUMERS" DILEMMAS 

STUDIES PROC.*ESS ON DYE SUBSTITUTES 

FARMERS FACE MORE HEALTH RISKS THAN MOST- 



SCIENTIST 



cardiopulmonary resuscitation 
see also accidents, choking 
see also heart attacks 

officer may have saved man's life 

wake county man is revived after 15 minutes underwater 

sponsor course 

the life-saving touch; bed criss gives cpr course fok the blind 

mother saves son with help via phone 

Career burnout 
see stress 

career changes 1 

see also employment, u.s. 
a change of course 

carefr exploration clubs of n.c. 
see also vocational education 
durham students win top honors 

Career planning 

SEE ALSO PuSncSSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 
SEE ALSO WO"EN, CAREERS 

SOUTHERN HIGH STUOENTS GET CA5EER INFORMATION 

CHEWNING pupils to VISIT 'GRAVEYARD SHIFT' 

CLASS TO SEE 'DURHAM AFTER DA)K' 

FORECASTtP SAYS JOB NEEDS IN ^UTURE WILL BE DIFFERENT 

PROGRAM TO HELP STUDENTS FIND JOBS 

JOB-FINDING IDEA SOUND 

CARL HELSING ASSOCIATES 

COUNCIL ACCEPTS BID FOR HAYTI TRACT 

CABlIE b. ScSSOMS AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO Durham human relations Commission 

KELLER, hOMFN IN ACTION RECEUE SESSOMS AWARD 
MS. KELLER ArtARO NOMINEE 

industrial park gfts ok 
human relations awards 

cabmichafl, mckneeiy, dusen6uhy c al5an, inc. 
company seeking bankruptcy 

Cacmichael Cup 

see also atlantic coast confere'icf, sports 
uNC TA..ES carmichael Cup 
uNC CLAIMS Carmichael Cup 

Carnivore Evolutionary rfsfarch institutf 

WILD- animal institute CITED F'J R VIOLATIONS 

CARQCHEM 

■DURHAM FACES PROBLEM' 

CAROL WOODS IREIUFMENI COMPLEXI 



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2/04/83 
2/U8/83 
2/20/B3 



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N K90 

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H 2 6/10/83 C 3 N 



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1/17/8^ 



SF£ ALSI CMAPCL MILL OtSIOENTUL RgTiqiMENt CENTEO. 



"fiirement cenifr "lis t pay takes 

CnuBT IfLLS CARHL WOOnS TT PAY TAX 

CA;<nL -nons plans to appeal ^ilInC. 

APPEAL rF CA*OL HOOns TAX RULINC T 

THIEVES »1T CAROL UDOOS 

IF-FISY TAKEN IN CAROL UOQOS 

ToIIn COUNCIL TOLD OF W^.OGO .-INOFALL 



JE "^AOE 



nONNETT'S ON RIGHT TRAC 



""^"iHtpl'TliE'l Ch°ArS|7'^RUDD EARNS POLE aCaIn 

ii5°NESsl0PASSldN; AFTER BACKING OFF THROTTLt 

gSkSS'SA?!!f-SrISTra?NS^ "m?,CO00 LIVES »EO,N AT .0 

NASCAR DRIVERS LEFT SITTING n RAIN 
"p^t^Y^SREAKs'vfcTnRY DROUGHT 

""sErALSo'isSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY JRGANUATIONS FOR REFORM NOW UCORNI 
S3o"^iNl/?Snfe^SA\'3Sifo GIVE .AIRY PRODUCTS TO ELOERLY 
PROGRAM NEEDS HELP. NOT PROTES TS 
FREE FOOD UECISION PROTESTED 

^•'"°^ru^L;Psi???rj?rirF/s°DiD'%NlF.CENT JO. 

^'"^^iJ5R^sss%'5-;rTi^?;?'?s3BES-''' 

B0M1 TriPEAT MADE 
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF PASSENGcR TRAIN AJVuCATES 

«ERSh^%uli'i"3"RUE';fH:CHARL0TTE PASSENGER TRAIN 
LOSbYlSTS PLAN TO URGE AREA TIAIN SERVICE 



b MILLION 



WEEKENDS AND SNOW MAKE IT GO 

IPER 0= RIPPENROCk COUNTY IPLAYI 
BULLwI NKLE 



CAFOLINA^^BANCORP, INC.^ ^^ ^^^ ^.^^^p ,^, „,, 
C.PuLIN.^BANK^,AREROEE-n,_^^^ U.S MILLION 
'*""^^:jSK'S35BJ^'tS\'^^fH';!;'sllLL SOUGHT 
'^"''^'•CAROLINA"fltACH CQ-E3ACK DUE TT PLANNING 
^^'^^j::ts?'^.'ElJ'AHnSKIE INJURES .0 Pfyjtl ,AFFLEO 

r?^ificsr'r^j ^F^iu^A^^T R^iiJfi's^a.'"^^^" 

TWO BURNED IN EXPLOSION DIE 
pCSnT manager DIES OF BURNS 

'"•^'•i^RV^NA'SMKS KEEP SELLING 

^'°fEr;Li?"ssot;rfuNE'SHFi^f ^ , ,^^ 

SROWN LUNG ASSOCIATION STRUGGLES TO STAY ALIVE 

Carolina cab co- 

car"lina ca'i; paydays. 

carolina calhoun: the pied i 

MUSICAL MIXES DOGPATCH, 

CAROLINA CINEMA CORP. OF DURHAM 
ARTS GROUPS EYE »'.50,000 

JEIhIm^Sou'S^ SFE?"nOO.OOD FIR PROPOSED DOWNTOWN COMPLEX 
PLANS UNVFILEO FQR ARTS GENTEl 
KEEP EDGEMONT ON HOLD. PANEL 'JRGES 
sHe. COST OF ARTS CENTER UNO- R sTuOY 

'^"'°'-i;;3w^'2S'lilsHOP TO BE HELD 

CAROLINA COMMUNITIFS INC. „„„,^rT 

??rE°KSSLT^IlR'TN"^?rwhS15iR'S?L^E^i0RSES YIELD TO •D0ZERS7 

^''^^i::;piC''^T^2!Lt°?H^Ni^s"G^¥Ts tu.e ,,,.„„,,, 

CHAPEL THRILL CONCERT WILL BENEFIT CHARITIES 
CONCERT SCHEDULED 

CAROLINA^COUMRY^^^^ EAST TO CAROLINA COUNTRY 

""^^rtHSS^oiSp's^^ySNTRY CLUB MEMBERSHIP 

C^St!,^T5{^'^uS^r.?irMrBSs^Tf^^^6F''^$!^^sl3fTY. 

'"^"hT^ PV^^Ts'lNTRfflR TILL POLICE ARRIVE 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL (GENERAL HJAOINGI 

CAROLINA fSiENOS SPONSORS 5ESSISQNS 

'fr, THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

PACKING UP 

HUMAN PYRAMID 

BALLOONS FOR PEAC= 

HELPING IHt COMMUNITY 

"»°^''^{,rTi'??HO^0L^'fAY ItlSgttSIXf HOLDING STEADY 

OuiHA-'SPRIvilF SCHOOLS REPORT STEADY ENROLLMENT 

CAROLINA INOFX 

SEE ALSO PUSIMESSFS. N.C. 
N.C. STOCKS POST INCREASES 

TARULINA INN iCHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
ioo- TAX SPURS MEETING 



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H 3 8/18/83 B 1 



H 2 <./l<./83 u 1 

H 2 <./21/83 A 20 

H 2 U/20/83 I'i 

H 2 '5/27/83 B 1 

H 3 <./27/83 C 1 

S 2 3/l'i/83 C I 



H 2 9/17/83 A 3 

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H 7 9/18/83 B a 

H 2 9/26/83 b 1 

H 2 10/06/83 B 5 



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11/08/83 

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H 2 7/29/83 7 P R W66 



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3/11/83 C 

3/12/83 A 

3/27/83 C 

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11/10/83 1) 



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N W56 
N S51 
N U66 



S 2 '■/21/83 A 1"^ 



6/09/83 B 1 N LM 
9/11/83 B I P F W36 



H 2 3/17/83 A 8 N 

S 2 3/17/83 B 6 N 

S 2 './U/83 A 5 N 

H 2 7/29/83 D I P F W66 



S 2 7/27/83 C 13 
H 2 7/30/83 A 7 
H 2 d/Ol/83 B I 



H 2 B/15/83 B 1 



H 2 
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3/07/83 
3/26/83 
5/27/83 
9/02/83 
9/17/83 
11/15/83 
12/24/83 



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M66 
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1/04/83 
1/04/83 B 



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H 2 3/08/83 B 7 N W36 



CAROLINA LEAGUE 



MUNTMLY/4N 



SUBjeCIS 



P RATE 



S?E ALSH »ASc3ALL 

SEE ALSn nuO-H-l [MLLS 

SEE ALSO "iALc" BEHalHnS (VIRGINIA) 

SEE ALSO wlNSrjN-SALE!< RED '.OX 

FTUH NEW MANAGERS NAMED TO CaOQLINA LEAGUE TEAMS 

rlHEfLS SPI/JNING AS CLUDS LOOK FOR NFJ HtlMfS 

ALEXANOOIA, JUK^S MAY SPLIT 

OUKFS GFT .^F ^ hOMF 

LYMCMnuRG'i GOOnEM 4 'CAN'T MISS' CRJSPFCT 

THU CAROLINA LEAGUE U^PS =IRE1 FIB BASEBALLS Ii'iCIDENI 

MILLS FAVORS CABQLINAS LEAGUE AOUITION OF CHARLESTON, H.VA. 

UMPIRES' FIRINGS TURNING INTO NASTY SITUATION 

CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPIRES' 'IRI'lG A FORGOTTEN ISSUE? 

MILLS' SUPPORT OIVIOEO AS LEAGUE'S PRFSIOFNT 

CAKOLINA LEAGUE FIRFS JIM MILLS 

CAROLINA LEAGUE FIRES PRESIDENT 

MILLS TO RETURN AS PRESIDENT? 

HOPKINS tLECTEU CL ' S PRESIDENT 

CAROLINA MFAOOWS 

SEE ALSO BETIRtMENT HOMES 

ZONING On'O FOR RETIREMENT VILLAGE 
RF^ONING OF LAND OK'D FOR CAROLINA MEADObS 

carolina meadows: nursing hom" frecze stymifs permit for complex. 
Chatham seeks to eno nursing home restraints 

carolina motor clun 

SEE ALSO N.C. state motor CLUB 

EABLIFh EnuCATION URGED ABOUT DANGERS QF Du I 
TWIN-TRAILERS ROUTING PLAN IS CRITICHEO 
MOTOR CLUB'S SAFE CRACKED; 111,000 STOLEN 
MOTOR CLU" REPORTS THEFT 
TkuCK TESTS ORCCQ 
BACK TO SCHOOL 

CARULINA PAVING f j , 

DUMP TRUCKS ARE UFSTROYFO 

CAROLINA PIRATFS ISEMI-PHO FOOTBALL TEAM! 
FOOTBALL Tt'M SEEKING LOGO 

INFANT Footfall team sets for kick off 

wFLCUME, CARULINA PIRATES 

COUNCIL BACKS CITY'S NEM FOOTBALL TEAM 
OLD FACES FEATURED ON NEW FOOrOALL TEAM 
STRFATEB not OUITTING ON LIFE 
SFMI-PRO TEAM DEBUTS TONIGHT 

PIRAIrS OEUIII WITH VICTORY AGWNST D.C. 

HUNTER, HAWKINS SPARK WIN " 

FOOTBALL PLAYFR FACES DRUG CHARGES 

PIRATF5 WIN AGAIN 

PIRATFS OCUSE FIREBIRDS, 13-0 

PIRATF MEETING 

PIRATES LOSE GAME 

PIRATES RFLAX FOR A wEEK 3EF0<E TACKLING MISSOURI 

MINES' FIELD COAL PROPELS PIRATES TO WIN OVER EAGLES 

PIRATFS «IN F IFTh 

PIRATES Tune op for homf stretch 

PIRATF S IN ROMP 
PIRATES SHUT OUT BRUINS 
SEASON OF THEIR DISCONTENT 
PIRATr S CLINCH PLAYOFF BERTH 
DODLEY: STRFATER never FIRED 

CAPQLINA POLL 

SEE ALSO POLLS 

SEE ALSl UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
EOMISTcN leads for governor — POLL 
E01I5TEN, COaEY LEAD IN POLL 
KLANSMAN SAYS HE'S BEING IGNO'EO 

N.C. POLITICAL POLLS REVEAL BINCH OF LITTLE SURPRISES 
PILL: N.C. DRINKERS' WORRY AB'JUT BEING CAUGHT RISES 

CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 

SEE UNIV. 0= N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CIROLINA POPULATION CENTER 

CAROLINA PO-ER AND LIGHT CO. 

CPCL TO GIVE 150,000 TO FUNDS 

DEFAULT IN WASHINGTON STATE M> Y AFFECT N.C. UTILITY PROJECTS 

CPCL Plans to file in ffb. foj rate hike 

COMMISSION adopts new STANDAROS for COAL-BURNING PLANTS 

FUEL ?ILLS STAY LOW IN N.C. 

lOD.OOO FAMILIES WITHOUT ELECTRICITY 

CPCL FARMNGS INCREASE "..Al 

GROUP URGES CANCELLATION OF N.lCLEAR PROJECTS 

CPCL'S BATE HIKE REQUEST AVERAGES NEAR til MONTHLY 

COMPULSORY IiJSURANCE LAWS SEEN CAUSING RATE PROBLEMS 

ELcCTRIC BILLS MAY INCREASE 

NRC FINES CPCL «600,000 FOR diUNSWICK NUKE PLANT 

CPCL OFFICIAL CLAIMS 1600,000 FINE EXCESSIVE 

CPCL MAY FACE SECOND SAFETY FINE 

WOMAN, 73, WALKED 20 MILES TO PAY BILL 

CPCL POWER PLANT NOW IN OPERATION 

N-PLA'IT BULLETIN APPLIES IN N.C. 

STATE AGENCY WILL ADVISE CANCELLATION OF I N-PLANTS 

TWU NUCLEAR POWFR PLANTS NOT >IEEDED, PANEL IS TOLD 

1<)90S' FN^RGY NEEDS IN N.C. HFLO UNDERESTIMATED 

WARM WINTER COULD INFLUENCE RF3UESTS FCP NEW UTILITY RATES 

CPCL N-PLANT COSTS PLACED AT l<,.<, BILLION 

CPCL SEEKS LOWER FINE 

CPCL sharholoers reject proposal 

NRC URGES APPROVAL TO OPERATE N-PLANT 

N.C. Electric otilitifs drop moclear projects fok coal 

UTILITIES AGREEMENT TO RAISE TAX RATE 

CPCL'S PEOurST FOR RATE INCR£>SE FACES CHALLtNGE 

CPCL DECLARES STOCK PAYOFF OF 60 CENTS 

UTILITIES ACCUSED OF OVFRC HAR", ING 

NUCLEAR POwFR PLANT OWNERS PLIN HUNTING, FISHING AREAS 

CPCL NEEDS RATE INCREASE TO PV Y FOR PLANT, CHIEF SAYS 

NUCLEAR PLANT UNECONOMICAL, PETITION SAYS 

SPEAKERS DIFFFR ON CPCL REwUEST 

CPCL STILL FACES SAFETY PROBLEMS 

BRUNSWICK REACTOR ONE OF 5 TO BE INSPECTED 

INSPECTION Closes 5 nuclear plants 

CPCL PRDERLO TO SHUT DOWN NUCLEAR REACTOR FOR INSPECTION 

NRC BACKS OFF ON ORDER 

CPCL SAYS SHOTDOWN HAS BEEN EXPFjslvE 

LEAK FOUNO AT NUCLEAR PLANT 

COMPANY WANTS TO BUILD POWER PLANT AT JORDAN DAM 

PIPE CRACKS IN N-PLANTS MAY B' DEEPER 

CPCL SAYS LEAKING VALVE REPAPEO 

OFFICIAL MAY SEEK NEW OfDER TT SHUT DOWN BRUNSWICK PLANT 

CPCL PAYS RECORD FINE FOR ORU'ISWICK VIOLATIONS 

CPCL PAYS RECORD 1600, CDO FIN= TO NRC 

NRC STAFF P3QBABLY WILL NOT a> JER SHUTDOWN OF N-PLAMT 

FIVF NUCLEAR PLANTS TO BE SHUT DOWN FOR INSPECTIONS 

COURT ASKS UTILITIES PANEL TO RECONSIDER RATE CASES 



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H 2 


9/21/83 


r 






N 




H 2 


lD/09/83 


c 


1 1 




N 




S 2 


10/10/83 









N 




H 2 


10/16/83 


1 




P 


N 




S / 


10/17/83 


;) 


1 n 




N 




s > 


10/2A/8J 


11 






N 




H 2 


10/30/83 


1, 




P 


F 


M71 


S 2 


10/31/83 









N 




H 2 


11/03/83 





6 




N 





7/05/83 A 13 

11/05/83 A 20 

11/15/83 A 10 

11/16/93 A 8 

11/18/83 A 1 



H 2 


1/06/83 




8 


N 


H 2 


1/06/83 






N 


H 2 


1/12/93 






N 


S 2 


l/lA/93 






N 


S 2 


1/17/83 






N 


H 2 


1/23/83 






N 


H 2 


1/27/83 






N 


S 2 


2/05/13 






M 


H 2 


2/12/93 






N 


H 2 


2/17/83 






N 


S 2 


2/17/93 






N 


H 2 


2/19/93 






N 


S 2 


2/19/»3 






N 


S 2 


2/23/B3 






N 


H 2 


2/26/93 






F 


H I 


3/05/83 






N 


H 2 


3/13/83 






N 


H 2 


3/15/83 






N 


H 2 


3/16/83 






N 


H 2 


3/2A/83 






N 


H 2 


3/31/83 


D 




N 


H 2 


4/08/83 


B 




N 


H 2 


5/04/83 


B 




N 


H 2 


5/19/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


5/26/83 


c 




N 


S 2 


5/26/83 


A 




N 138 


H 1 


6/0B/83 


B 




N H60 


H 1 


6/09/83 


B 




N 


H 2 


6/17/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


6/21/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


6/26/83 


C 




N 


H 2 


6/29/83 


c 




N 


H 2 


7/01/0 3 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/01/83 


A 




N 


S 2 


7/1 1/83 


C 




N 


S 2 


7/1A/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/15/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/15/83 


3 




N 


H 2 


7/16/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


7/23/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


3/01/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


8/03/83 


B 




N 


H 2 


a/05/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/05/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


U/14/93 


c 




N 


S 2 


8/16/93 


c 




N 


H 2 


3/17/93 


A 




N 


H 1 


a/19/93 


D 




N 


H 2 


a/25/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


9/0a/83 


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N 



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CAROLINA REGIONAL TmSATRE_ 
SEE -- -■ 



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CABAkET'S "HRIARPATCm' has pRJSH 



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CAROLINA SPfcA^ERS aSSOCIaTIO': 
THE SFRIDUS ART OF HU"OR 

CAROLINA STOI-H lfJ"'°'VhRl,^'''' 
GIuSCN to COACH STOR« 

CAROLINA TARt-HEELS BICYCLE CL UP 
SEE ALSO eiCYCLE TKIPS 
SEE ALSO RICYClES 

3i«.e event lohms 
festival is set 
mapping rootes 

Carolina telephone ct, ,„,.,, 

ruh\Ul'lp'tV^h^'''„'okl PERMIT 

^I^jLtf^S^E^fpHS^F^^J^olifl^^HERg .ELL rate RE-UEST 
ST»F JARRFNTON TELlPHCN: CMAN.ES TO dEGIN TnUAY 
CTCT FILtS TARIFFS .JlTH FCC 

CAROLINA THEATER 'CufrtAH. N.C.l 

AREA FILM WATCH IS TbP-NDILH 

SALLRi;" TOUR SFT 

OFSIGNER 'S AID VITAL 

iS|;^.,tTj»iM.NG- U'r-'i'F^E^ ORE.IERE. GAOUP TELLS HONT 

FIL** EFFORT A GOOD SIGN 

THEATER 1JNAGER NAMED „...rc^ 

CARf-LINA Theatre GETS NEW MAN.-.GER 

ART THEATERS MAKE CHANGES 

PLANS FOR ARTS CENTER ,,„.,, 

pCaNS U' veiled FO!) ARTS CENTEj 

^tfeSLlN^T^FATER HALLROOM NAH^J FOR CONSTANCE HnSES 

^:t?f^f^s?R;'El"T5^.u^T?^^rRE^^Al*e3''SALLRno« 

^r^^^K^j^^iBnoiN^^si. ;5;siV?N^^E:;^J!?'?ir?::^iTER.< PALLRoo, 

•A LITTLE CHARLESTON!' 
DHNATlGt; Thanks 
CFLEbRAIION unnNIOwN 




'pOE'hICHE HJNKFY UUjINESS 

Tm1aI(R MAY oFT •PRFHlEPE- AFTcP ALL 

TR I PUTc TO "^ JNUF L 

^:i^^ws;:Mrsi^^i^"'p"l-"""'-"^ ^"- "">'' 

S.MHAmVs' c'IbOLIN^SimS TO USH-R IN NEW GOLDEN AGE 
xFDUCFO MOVIE RATES 

'■^''''i.r.^iird i?n^?'n?i FOR ...10" 

■^"""■IrMouNC^L 'announces total if W^.flOO IN AREA GRANTS 
CABje 1NA< C.QLF ASSOCIATION 

^'kJL-S/'^HjNGFR AOVANCE IN CG^ 
f.klEY -EOALIST IN J"5,^'!JLF 
PARKER UINS JR. i<OlF playoff 

cabolinas golf hall of fame 

ThrFE to JulN GOLF SmBI'.E 
THREE JOIN CAflOLINAS GOLF HAL'. 

CAROL InaS 



HOSPITAL 'LCDhOLlSM PROGJA- SCRVlCfS 
l"^ N=ARS ON OR'IG TREATMENT CENTtR 



ALCOHOLISM CENTER PASSES HuR».E 

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<)/20/e3 b 

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10/Q6/R3 A 

10/l'5/'>3 » 

lO/l'/Si A 

U/IR/RJ P 

1 L/JO/ll A 
12/02/P3 n 
12/03/n3 A 
12/lO/«3 A 
l2/lO/"3 A 
12/11/13 C 
12/22/R3 A 
12/22/83 C 



3/Q5/"3 e 

6/ii/n3 a 

6/21/°3 C 

12/22/nJ A 

l2/2'»/R3 C 



2 T F J1.0 



H 1 3/20/93 U 1 

H 2 "./is/ej A :p 



H 2 6/0<./R3 A 10 



H 2 5/20/83 D 10 
H 2 6/2't/»3 9 



S 2 
H 2 

H 2 



3/22/''3 A I 
3/23/R3 A 1 
3/25/R3 A 4 



H 2 <./23/B3 A 4 E 
S 2 10/27/83 = 2 N 



S 2 <,/02/83 
S 2 <./02/e3 
S 2 <./07/83 



2/02/<'3 
3/09/83 
3/31/83 
5/27/83 
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10/06/83 



>1 1 


N 


l; 1 


N 


f 1 


N 


A l-> 


N 







1/1'./F3 
2/17/63 
2/2S/83 
3/0'./83 
3/05/83 
3/09/R3 
3/11/83 
3/12/F3 
3/17/83 
3/27/83 
3/27/83 L 
3/28/83 C 
3/29/83 A 
'./l'./83 D 
<./21/83 A 
<./21/83 
i,/23/B3 A 
<,/25/n3 A 
'./26/83 A 
',/28/83 A 
'./28/R3 C 
<,/30/83 A 
5/U1/83 
5/03/83 A 
5/0ft/83 i; 
6/08/83 B 
6/08/83 A 
6/10/83 A 
a/05/fi3 A 
8/06/83 1 
a/18/83 
9/09/83 
9/21/83 A 
11/09/83 B 
12/Q'./83 
12/15/83 



•<2 3 
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N K90 



6 P 
1 P 



IS P P 



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H ? 12/09/83 [) 



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M ' 7/15/83 C 3 
H ? a/10/83 l> •• 
H 2 8/13/83 3 



S 2 5/23/83 9 N 

S 2 6/23/83 I) 5 N 

S ? 2/28/83 A 3 N M23 

S ' 3/l6>83 A 1 N M23 

H 2 3/17/83 A 7 N 830 

H 2 I./09/93 A 10 N 



MUN TML Y/AN 



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l/Ol/Ul - 12/31/B3 



SUOJtCTS 



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CARQLINAS mOSPICAL AMU MFALTM StPVICFS INC. 
SEE ALSn HOSPITALS, COSTS 

SEE ALSn HOSPUALSi N.C. ISEE ALSO NA-IES OF SPECIFIC HQSPITALSI 
COUNTY r.ENcOAL JOINS MEOICAL 'JETuOKK 
COUNTY OENlBAL MOPES TO CUT HTSPITaL COSTS 
COU«T HILL HEAR FPA^^L1N COUNTY HOSPITAL OlSPUTE 
FRANKLIN POAHD WINS 1ST ROUND IN HOSPITAL FIGHT 
FRANKLIN HOSPITAL BTARO AHOLISmEU 

CAROUSELS 

CAROUSEL A.jlMALS TO GALLOP AGAIN SATURDAY 

CaRQJINOS 

OuNER SFLLS CAROUINOS PARK 

COMPANY SELLING CAROWINDS AMUSEMENT PARK 

CARPEflTtR'S CHfVROLET INC. 

OFFICERS FIND MAN UNDER DESK 
YOUR FAVORITE CHKISTMAS CAROLS 

YOUR Favorite Christmas carols 

AD SPURS HOLIOAY JOY 

CARPENTER'S INC. 

SFE CARPENTER'S CHevROLET INC. 

CARPOOLING 

SFE also gasoline CONSERVATION 

SEE ALSl TRIANGLE AREA RIOESHARIN'; PROGRAM 

AGENCIES CAMPAIGN FOR RIDF-SHARING 

CAMPAIGN BEGINS TODAY TO PROMTTE SHAKING RIOES 

CARPOGLING PUSH STARTS TODAY 

TRI-A-RID6 WORTH A TRY 

CABR UNITED "EThOOIST CHURCH 
HO, MO, HO 

CABRPORU, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR A BETTER CARRUORO 
SfE ALSO FIRES, CARRbORO 
SEE ALSO FRIENDS OF OLD CARREORl 

SEE ALSO RANGEuOOO SUBDIVISION (ORANGE COU.NTY, N.C.I 
TMEY'OE OFF! 
TREE TRIMMING PARTY 

CARRPORO, N.C, ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C. ANNEXATION 

ANNEXATION POSES PROBLEM FOR OwASA, ORANGE TOWNS 
JWASA studies ANNEXATION PROSPECTS 

CARRPORU, ^J.C., APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CaRKEORO. N.C, CONOOMINIUMS 
SEE ALSO OAKwOon APTS. ICARRB0R3, N.CI 

APARTMENTS APPROVED 

BUILDING PeRMIT DENIED FOR HOUSING COMPLEX 

CARRBORO PUBLIC HOUSING SITE WORK BLASTED 

PUBLIC HEARINGS TONIGHT 

CARRBORO "OARD TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS TONIGHT 

PLANS FOR 9 APARTMENTS APPROV= 

JUDGE SUPPORTS DEVELOPERS OF APARTMENTS 

CARRPORO, 'I.e., AUDIT 

AUDITING Cj'lTBACT AWARDED 

CARRPORU, N.C BUOGET 

TWO SHOW UP FOR HEARING 

AGaI«, CaRRoOOO MEETING ATTRACTS AUDIFNCE UF TWO 

CARRBOHP BUOGET CALENDAR READIED 

CARRaORC REVENUES LOOK SLACK 

CARCBOKO nuOGET SHORT 

la, 15^,565 IS SOUGHT FOR BuOOFT 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN STUDY POSSULF TAX INCREASE 

ALDERMEN GET SURPRISE VISIT 

BUOGET REOUFSTS TO BE HEARD 

CARRbORO BUDGET REOUcSTS TO B'^ HEAHD TUESDAY NIGHT 

PARADE OF RFJUEST5 HEARO 

ALOFRMEN HEAR BUOGET REQUESTS 

BUDGET DISCUSSION SET 

ALDERMEN PONDER 2-CENT TAX HI'E 

MAJORITY OF HOARD AGREES ON T» X HIKE OF 1.5 CENTS 

taafs to jump in CARRBORQ 

CARRBORO RETAINS TAX RATE UF ^'^.5? 

CARRBORO PROPERTY TAXFS TO "tlAIN SAME 

CARRBORO BUOGET ERRORS CAUSE FEAR 

CARRbORO ABLE TO ABSORB DROP IN FFtS, HUNTER SAYS 

RFv. WHITE SAYS KOSF Charge aimed at him 

CAR TOTAL incorrect 

LICFN'E RE^FNUES FXPECTFO TO < I SE 

CARRBORO CAB STICKER PRICE PI'. ING 

CABRbOKO'S Interim MANAGfcR reidy for anothcr pudget 

CARRBORO, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CASLf TELEVISION, N.C. 

ALERT TO OFFfR 35 CHANNELS BY MlJ-Hi't 

CARRBQOO, N.C, CITY EMPLOYEFS 

MAJORITY OF 30AUU AGREES ON TAX HIKF OF 1.5 CENTS 

CARRPQRO, N.C, Condominiums 

SFE ALSO CARRnOBO, N.C, APARTMENT, 

DFVFLOPFK TO APPlAL CONDOMINIJM KULING 
HEARING SET TONIGHT IN CARROQIO 

CARK90flu, N.C, norjATIONS CATALOG 

CARRBORO HAS DONATIONS C4TAL0". 



CaBRBOBO, N.C 

CARRbORO 

C akBBORO 

ALDERMEN 

FIRM PRO 

BOARD CO 

DOWNTOWN 

CARRBORO 

CARRBORO 

RFpOkT: 

STRICTER 

FRAriKL IN 

DOWNTOWN 

INDUSTKI 

CARRBORO 

TOwN MOL 

CONSULTA 

INFLATtO 

ZONING W 

GROUP AP 



, DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT 

BOARD HEARS ? REVITAL I?ATI0(1 PLANS 

ALOERMFN SCHEOULT SESSION ON RF V I T AL I Z AT I ON 

SEf^K HFARING ON GREE'JWAYS PROPOSAL 

POjES FIVE PROJECTS FOR CARRBORO 

NSIOERS PROJECTS 
DEVELOPMFNT IS FOCUS OF JOINT MEETING 
ALOcRMFN BACK 3 OF 5 DOWNTOWN PROJECTS 
HAS POOH TO GRnw 

CARRBORO EXPECTEO TO '.ROW 
ZONING RECOMMENOcU FOR CARRnORO 
ST. EXTENSION IS URG'D FOR CARRBORO 
OtVcLOPMFNT ON WORK SESSION AGENDA 

AL PARK MAY EE FIRST TQWNTOWN CARRBORO PROJECT 
GkOUPS MEETING ON OOJNTOWN PROGRESS 

DS MEETINGS ON DOWNTOWN RENFWAL 

NT'S PROGRESS CbITICI;EO 
VALUES CURBING DEVFLIPMcNI 

UULO AID DOWNTOWN GROJTH 

PROVtS CARRBORO ZONIN" PLAN 



H 2 

S 2 

H 1 

H I 

H I 



■^/ll/BJ C 

S/1 1/B3 B 

6/21/13 6 

6/2'./n3 II 

6/Z'5/R3 U 



N B30 
N M2 3 
N HfaO 
N H60 
N H60 



H 1 ',/2')/83 U I 



12/Z2/B3 C 
12/23/fl3 A 



H 2 5/2<)/n3 A i, 

S 2 U/2<)/03 U 1 n 

H 2 11/30/B3 D 1 

S 2 12/al/fl3 A <, 



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9/27/83 
9/27/63 
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N K90 
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H 2 11/02/B3 fi 1 P P S76 



S 2 U/07/83 C 1 
H 3 12/07/83 -J 1 



3 1/20/83 3 1 N B«6 

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2/23/03 


A 


3 


N 


8^6 


H 




5/2<./33 


H 


1 


N 


B<,f> 


H 




6/09/83 


R 


I 


N 


Wi6 


H 




7/26/83 


H 


1 


N 




S 




7/26/83 


A 


8 


N 




H 




11/12/83 


B 


1 


N 




H 




12/09/83 





I 


N 


H90 



H 3 3/09/03 B 1 



M 


3 


2/08/83 


B 


1 


N 


8^6 


H 


( 


2/ 1/83 


h 


1 


N 


B',6 


H 


3 


3/ 8/83 


h 


1 


N 




H 


1 


3/23/83 


H 


1 


N 


H<.6 


S 


7 


3/23/83 


C 


1 7 


N 




H 


3 


5/11/83 


1 


1 


N 


H46 


S 


2 


5/11/83 


A 


1 <, 


N 




H 


i 


6/03/83 


H 


1 


N 


B',6 


H 


1 


6/0<,/83 


B 


1 


N 


B<,6 


S 


? 


6/0'./R3 


A 


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N 




H 


3 


6/08/83 


H 


1 


N 


N)6 


S 


7 


6/08/83 


A 


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N 




H 


3 


6/U/83 


il 


1 


N 




H 


1 


6/16/83 


11 


1 


N 


B<,6 


H 


1 


6/23/B3 


H 


1 


N 


B',6 


S 


7 


6/23/83 


A 


s 


N 




H 


3 


6/29/83 


1) 


1 


N 


B^6 


S 


7 


6/29/83 


A 


1 ^ 


N 




S 


1 


11/33/83 


A 


1 


N 


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H 


( 


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H 


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N 


H-dl 


H 


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11/05/83 


H 


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S 


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11/05/83 


A 


3 


N 




S 


/ 


1 1/D5/83 


A 


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N 




H 


;» 


12/29/83 


A 


1 6 


N 


H6n 


H 


3 


12/31/83 


b 


1 


N 


H90 


H 


3 


'./10/83 


n 


1 


N 


N36 


H 


3 


6/23/83 


u 


1 


N 


B<,6 


H 


3 


9/28/83 


M 


1 


N 


H90 


H 


2 


10/25/83 


A 


8 


N 





H 2 2/09/83 C 1 





3/31/83 


1' 




N 






3/31/83 


A 




N 






',/21/83 


» 




N 






9/02/83 


H 




N 


H9(l 




9/02/83 


A 




N 






9/08/83 


B 




N 






9/09/83 


h 




N 


H9D 




10/21/83 


B 




N 


HVII 




10/21/83 


A 


1 / 


N 






10/22/83 


(, 




N 


H90 




10/2'./83 


A 




N 






1 /J2/R3 


C 




N 






1 /03/a3 


B 




N 


H9n 




1 /10/n3 


B 




N 






1 /10/83 


A 


1 A 


N 






1 /11/83 


B 




N 


H90 




1 /2''/83 


H 




N 


H90 


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ll/29/n3 


A 




N 




2 


12/02/83 


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U/31/B3 






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JnSrS TO BJ'l fOR CA3RE0B0 H*»-'H 
P3kTQ iCtKl'ir, MJYOK'S SFtr 



I5j?rursp^?gp. vM?Ht^ik;:c'E.os 

CAtinl"4r65 M" -IVOSAL PLANS 
pVkTC) 'aSt^S STBEFT PPOJECT 
SnJiJ BACKS iTKFET EXTENSIO;i 

ILl^Ttp- pnSTI TAX GOAL UNRFALrllC 

ELECTION "I'CANOnATE Af.AIN^T EXTFNOIN 



G FBANKL IN 



,HITE ..ANTS -iFw PANEL 



?L^n,?!A J f-rCAjplnkO ELF^riNS FxPRfSS VIFWS 

^i'RSin'J^CA'jAirN- SLATF VS. I NOcPENOFNTS 

5 fhif/JS^R^^'t'^S-iNG^rMcHOOL WARD Tn .t F.LLE. 

O..N&F COUNTY TURNOIlT^LlojT^ "ACES; THKFE tNDOKStO PY ASSnCIATION -IN. 



CARPBTlkn VOTERS cLtCT PHrTC hs yoh 



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CAkPe'''KO r 



iTlMiES HCaSlNG 



^r,^S?r's-?R?E^ Tfe"^«F""ER A.ETEK-LA-. PLANT 
i^Ho hAll^l gK%t^r^S\^SJ^^OR GKANT 



CARPBTir TO APPLY FOR FUNDS 



■..C. 



FESTIVALS 



''U'.Mr ',\V\Vni^1-^lh IS sc^rouLFo 

CARSPORO. 'I.e.. FIRE MYD'ANT RENTAL FEES 
SEE ALS^ FIRE HYDRANTS _ 

0NA5A CUSTO-EPS TO GET CHOICE 

iit"MlNC POOL OACK ON AGENOA 
CaPRIORO. -I.e.. GRFENWAY PLAN 

'^' apIrt"£nts approved 




O^ASO »ILLS G»EENJAYS PPOPOSAL 
CARRbPRO ?uARO KILLS GRtENJAYS PLAN 

^''«°?;^».;^R&-^A5^esrsR8S-^h;p'Er'iiLL 

""s^i"A;soi«tENjr3roLD CARRBOR. 
historical inventory PUPLISHST 
SciDk2eT HIGHLIGHTS CARRPOnO HISTORY 



Bgi^8f:S^nFS^Sl5?c?"?ESS/?'^^R^^u^t!? HOUSING 



^b5?lE?nH fJLfiHSS^irf^ GET FU.THEP STUDY 

? 8H?Frrci^I^^"^iyyg.'^t'A R 0^'i°SLOeR-AN SAYS 

cIrSboSc^LOERHEN DE-.; PERMIT FOR TO-NHOUSES 



CABRBOOO. -I.e.. LAND JSE 

public HEADINGS TONIGHT 

HEAR No SET TONIGHT IN CARR'IO^.O 



■tAYCjR'S OFFICE 
£fKS MAYOR'S nFFlCE 



CAB*aO»0. N.C.. 

J^ST^tr &"fob''ca5r^O«0 «iYTR „^„^„ 
PORTO JOINS RACE FOR -AYCS IN CARBBORO 
pnRTu SFEKING PAYOR'S SEAT 
THREE FUF FJH ELECTIONS 



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CANOIPATES All MAYOBAL PLANS 

POkTO FAVORS STIEFT PROJcCT 

SBlJUoSS'J^JrH^-^t^fASf^b'^Ii^PORU 

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1/17/8* 


s 


I 


T 


K F £ 


L 


Y 


p n HATE C BG L 


P 8YL 


M 1 12/0>./fl3 11 


1 


N 


S 2 1 2/07/ 83 A 


6 


N 


H ? \2/0'>/fi b 


8 


N 


H 2 12/20/n3 A 12 


N H90 


H 3 2/03/13 f 


1 


N B'.6 


S 2 2/33/'i3 A 


3 


N 


S 2 8/31/B3 C 




N B^e 


H 3 9/0'i/l'3 » 




N 


H 3 9/l<./n3 li 




N 


H 3 9/l6/fl3 t' 




N H36 


H 3 ')/23/'<3 fl 




N 


S 2 ')/23/'13 A 




N H90 


M 3 9/2A/»3 3 




N 


H 3 t/zi/ei C 


1 F 


1 N H90 


S 7 9/2P/83 A 




N W36 


H 3 ')/29/83 b 




'1 


M 3 10/06/83 1) 




N 


■; ? IO/0»-/33 A 


1 1 


N 


H 3 lO/JT/83 a 




N W36 


S 2 10/07/83 A 




N H90 


H 3 10/09/83 C 




N 


H 3 10/l'./83 e 




N H9n 


H 3 10/18/83 b 




N H90 


S ' 10/l''/83 C 




N 


H 3 10/22/83 C 




N 


H 3 10/25/83 B 




N 


H 3 10/25/83 8 




N 


H 3 10/29/83 C 




N 


H 3 11/05/83 b 




N M>*n 


S 2 1/J5/83 A 




N H9n 


H ? 1/06/83 




p F H90 


S 2 1/07/83 A 




N X69 


H ? i/a8/»j A 




N 


S 1 11/0 8 /I 3 A 




N W36 


H 3 ll/0'7/83 8 




P N H90 


<; 2 11/09/83 A 


6 


N H90 


H 3 1/26/83 P 


I 


M 


S 2 2/09/83 A 


1 1 


N 8'(6 


H 3 2/2A/83 U 


1 


N 8^6 


H 3 <./27/83 C 


1 


N 8^6 


<; 2 <./27/B3 A 


in 


N 


5 ? 6/09/83 A 


12 


N W36 



2 7/03/83 C 13 



3 7/20/93 3 1 ,N 

3 10/20/83 a 1 N H90 



s 


-, 


2/23/03 A 




N 


Rite 


H 




2/2i,/93 b 








H 




<,/Jfl/fl3 B 












i./2l/P3 3 








H 




5/11/83 C 












5/l''/''3 e 








«; 




5/l<'/«3 C 












5/2'i/83 B 








s 




5/2*i/R3 A 


^li 






H 


2 


12/28/83 C 


<r 


N 





H 3 12/15/83 B 1 N H90 

S 2 12/15/83 A 3 N 



H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 



5/24/83 6 
5/2'V/»3 A 
7/01/8 3 V 
7/13/83 B 
7/27/83 B 
7/30/83 C 
8/03/83 t 



N H90 
N H90 
N H90 



H 3 7/26/B3 3 
H 2 10/25/83 A 



SSOCI ATION uIN... H 3 



CARBBORf MAYOR TU LE ShOKN IN 



9/l<./83 11 
9/27/83 C 
9/27/B3 C 
9/28/83 A 
9/29/83 b 
10/l'./83 e 
10/18/83 B 
10/22/83 C 
10/23/83 A 
10/25/83 li 
11/05/83 3 
11/05/83 A 
U/06/83 D 
11/09/83 B 
11/09/13 A 
12/13/63 A 



N H90 
rj H90 



N 

N H90 

N rl90 

F H90 

N H90 

N H90 



N 



PAR< INj AREAS 



CABR80-<U. N.C.. PARK NG AREA, 
SFE ALSO CHAPFL MILL. N.C.. 

IfI also parking VIOLVTIONS 

CARRBORn PILL APPRCVeO 
PUBLIC HEARINGS TONIGHT 

'"''Bfi^^rl^V:^^ l°0li.: .PBROVAL 

SWIMMING POOL UNAFFORDAFLr 
faDMOnRil. N.C.. POPULATION 

■^ CASBBoAo Say nuTGBOw Chapel hill 

CABRBQRO. N.C.. PROPFRIY TAXES 



7/01/83 a 
7/26/83 B 



10/12/83 B 

10/12/83 A 

10/20/83 n 

10/20/8) A 

10/21/83 8 





N M90 




N 




H H90 




N 




N 



2 12/28/83 C A 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
U/31/B3 



PAGE 11 
l/17/8'i 



SEE ALSO CABRBORO. N.C.i TAXES 

MAJOBITV OF aOA«0 AGREES ON TAX HIKE OF 1.5 CENTS 

CARRnORO. N.C.. REVENUES 

CARRBORO SUOGET ERRORS CAUSE FEAR 

CARPBORO ABLE TO ABSORB DROP IN FEESi HUNTER SAYS 

REV. MHIIE SAYS ROSE CHARGE AIMED AT HIM 

CAR TOTAL INCORRECT 

LICENSE REVENUES EXPECTED TO 1ISE 

CARRBORO CAR STICKER PRICE RISING 

CARRaORO. N.C.. SEWER LINES 

SEE ALSO Chapel HILL. N.C.. SEHfRS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER AND SEwER AUTHORITY 
SFwER LINE IS ESTIMATED AT $1^0,000 

CARRBORO. N.C.. STREETS 

SEE ALSO CARRBuRO TR ANSPOR I A T I OS ADVISORY BOARD 
ROAD PLAN TO BE PRESENTED 
CHAPEL HILL THOROUGHFARE PLAN 
CONCERNS VOICED OVER ROADS PLAN 
WIDENING OF BYPASS RAPPED 
WIDENING OF HIGHWAY OPPOSED 
BOARD TO VOTE ON ROAD PLAN 
CARRBORO OKS PART OF THOROUGHFARE PLAN 
CABLE TV CHANGE ONE VOTE CLOSi=R 
PORTO FAVORS STREFT PROJECT 
PORTO BACKS STREET EXTENSION 
STRICTER ZONING RECOMMENDED FT R CARRBORO 
FRANKLIN ST. EXTENSION IS URGED FOR CARRBORO 
ELECTION '&■>: CANDIDATE AGAINST EXTENDING FRANKLIN 
THOROUGHFARE PLAN SURVIVES CARRBORO ALDERMEN INSPECTION 
NORTHERN LOOP GETS HIGH CAKRB3R0 PRIORITY 
BOARD: EXTENSION NEEDS MORE ST UOY 
CARRBORO SWITCHES iHOROUGHFARt PLANS 
CARRBORO ROAD PLAN STILL COOKING 

CARRBORO. N.C.. TAX RATE 

ALDERMEN PONDFR 2-CFNT TAX HKE 
CARRBORO RETAINS TAX RATE OF 69. jr 

CARRBORO. N.C .. TAXES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, PROPFRTY TAXES 
CARRBORO PROPERTY TAXES TO REGAIN SAME 

CARRBORO. N.C.I THAFFIC 

ROAD PLAN TO BE PRESENTED 

CHAPEL HILL THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

CONCERNS VOICED OVER ROADS PLAN 

WIDENING OF BYPASS RAPPED 

WIDENING OF HIGHWAY OPPOSED 

SESSION SET ON ROAD PLAN FOR CHAPEL HILL 

COUNCIL SETS FINAL HEARING ON ROAO PLAN 

BOARD TO VOTE ON ROAD PLAN 

CARRBORO OKS PART OF THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

FRANKLIN ST. EXTENSION IS URG'^O FOR CARRUORO 

ELECTION "63: CANDIDATE AGAINST EXTEnOING FRANKLIN 

CARRBORO. N.C. lO'lINC 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN GET WATERSHfO PLAN 

PROTECTING, DEVELOPING UNIVERSITY LAKF IS PLAN'S GOAL 

CARRBORO DENIES RESIDENTIAL INCREASE BID 

3RD HEARING SCHEDULFU ON OAKB'ilDGE 

TIGHTER ZONING NEEDED, CARRBO<0 ALDERMAN SAYS 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN DENY PERMIT FOH TOwNHOUSES 

waTFRShED zoning HEARING IS TTNIGHT 

WATERSHED HEARINGS SET FOR TO>JIChT 

BOAPO APPROVES UNIVERSITY LAK": ZONING CHANCES 

BOARD RESTRICTS DEVELOPMENTS «T LAKESIOF 

TOWN liOARO TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION AluUT WIRING 

HEARINGS SET FOR TONIGHT ON R' ZONING 

CABLE TV Change ONE VOTE CLOSER 

STRICTER ZONING RECOMMENDED FIR CARRrtORO 

FRANKLIN ST. EXTENSION IS URG"ID FOR CARRBORO 

SAFFELLE WITHDRAWS EXPANSION 'EQUFST 

BRIEFS FILED IN WHITE OAK-CAR^BOKO SulT 

INFLATED VALuFS CURSING DEVELOPMENT 

ZONING WOULD AID DOWNTOWN GROJ TH 

CARRBORO. WHITE OAK FILE OPPO'. ING BRIEFS 

GROUP APPROVES CARRBORO Z0NIN3 PLAN 

JUDGE SUPPORTS DEVELOPERS OF APARTMENTS 

CARRBORO ART SCHOOL 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

CARNIVAL TIME IN CARRBORO 

CHARLIE BYRD TO GIVE WORKSHOP 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

BUD THORPE C BECKETT: HOPE IN BLEAK PLACES 

'ANGER' POWERFUL DRAMA IN CAR3B0RD PRODUCTION 

•HAPPY DAYS' WILL bE HERE SOOM 

IT'S ALL IN THE MIND WITH 'DAYS' 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

LACK OF UNITY DISTUR£.ING IN G-"' OUP SHOW 

LIGHT ON THE CONCEPT 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

A NEW TOUCH IN AN OLD ART 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

WRITERS AND READERS TO MEET Ti FICTION FORUM 

•MISSISSIPPI' PERKS UP IN CABARfT PFRFORMANCE 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS wEfK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

WHILE SCRIPT FALLS SHORT, ACTTRS REWARD IN 'FIFTH' 

ARTS COUNCIL ANNOUNCES TOTAL IF 122,800 IN ARFA GRANTS 

PARADE OF REjUESTS HEARD 

PHOTOGRAPHY. WRITING COURSES PLENTIFUL THIS SUMMER 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

AMATEURS LIVEN CARRBORO MONDAYS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

* GRIN TO BRIGHTEN MONDAY 

A CASE FOR INDIANS 

NO Two PERFORMANCES EGGSACTLY THE SAME 

MUSICAL SUNDAY IS PLANNED 

CORRECTION 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT:- THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

*5I ?5 Sy^INESS: HOW 'SOMETHING TO FIRE HIS MINO' GREW INTO CARRBORO. 

ART SCHOOL OFFERS FILMS 

ART SCHOOL OFFERS CLASSES 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

MUSICAL HALLOWEEN 

TRANSACTORS DEBUT AT ART SCHOIL 

INTERNATIONAL MUSIC IS FESTIVAL PLANNED 

TRANSACTORS WING IT WITH IMPRTVS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

ARTS SERVICES DISCUSSED FOR THE HANDICAPPED 



N E 
P D 



S 

E 

C PG 



H 3 6/23/R3 



S I 
H 3 

H 3 



11/03/83 
ll/Oi/nS 
11/05/83 
1 1/D5/R3 
1 l/0'>/B3 
12/2'5/a3 



N H90 

N H90 

N H90 

N 
■N 

N H60 



H 3 5/19/83 B 1 





1/02/63 


A 


6 


N 






1/06/63 


B 




M N 


R56 




1/07/83 


H 




N 


B^6 




1/1<./R3 


H 




P N 


«i,6 




1/14/63 


A 




N 






<,/09/63 


(. 




N 






',/13/e3 


H 




N 


R<,6 




9/28/63 


h 




N 






10/18/63 


B 




N 


H9n 




10/19/83 


( 




N 






10/22/83 


r 




N 


H9n 




10/2'./e3 


A 




N 






10/25/83 


B 




N 






11/17/83 


n 




N 


H9n 




11/18/83 


H 




N 


H90 




11/16/83 


A 


1 •> 


N 






11/23/83 


B 


1 


N 


H9D 




12/29/83 


A 


15 


N 


H90 



6/16/83 B 1 N ^46 
6/29/63 B I N B<>6 



S 2 6/29/83 A 15 



H 2 


1/02/B3 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/06/R3 B 


2 '' 


N R56 


H 2 


1/07/83 a 




N H46 


H 2 


1/1<,/R3 B 


p 


N B4« 


S 2 


1/U/B3 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


3/07/83 C 


8 


N 


H 3 


3/09/83 B 


I 


N N36 


H 3 


'1/09/83 C 


1 


N 


H 3 


<>/13/63 B 


1 


N 846 


S 2 


lO/2'./63 A 


5 


N 


H 3 


10/25/83 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/06/63 e 


2 


N 846 


S ? 


1/06/83 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


2/09/63 C 


1 


N 646 


H 3 


7/27/83 B 


1 


N H90 


H 3 


7/30/83 C 


I 


N H90 


H 3 


8/03/83 B 


1 


N H90 


H 3 


9/13/63 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


9/13/63 A 


6 


N 


H 3 


9/l<,/a3 B 


1 


N H90 


S 2 


9/14/63 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


9/27/03 A 


3 


N 


5 2 


9/27/83 C 


3 


N 


H 3 


9/28/63 a 


1 


N 


H 3 


10/22/63 C 


1 


N H90 


S 2 


10/24/63 A 


5 


N 


H 3 


11/16/63 B 


1 


N 


H 3 


U/29/63 B 


1 


N W36 


H 3 


11/29/83 B 


1 


N H90 


S 2 


11/29/63 A 


5 


N 


S 2 


11/30/63 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


12/02/63 A 


6 


N H90 


H 3 


12/09/63 B 


1 


N H9n 


H 2 


1/07/83 


6 P 


N 


S 2 


1/13/63 D 


2 P 


F 671 


S 2 


1/20/63 D 


12 


N 


H 2 


1/21/63 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


1/21/83 


7 P 


F W66 


H 2 


1/26/63 D 


10 


u L3n 


S 2 


2/03/83 D 


4 P 


F h71 


H 2 


2/16/63 D 


1 1 


R W66 


H 2 


2/25/83 D 


6 


N 


H 2 


2/25/63 D 


1 2 P 


R 06 8 


H 2 


3/04/83 D 


1 P 


F W66 


H 2 


3/04/63 D 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


3/04/63 


9 P 


R L34 


H 2 


3/11/83 D 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


4/08/83 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


4/17/83 


3 


U H45 


H 2 


4/22/63 


6 


U L4l 


H 2 


5/06/83 D 


7 P 


N 


H 2 


5/20/83 D 


7 P 


R W66 


H 2 


6/04/83 A 


10 


N 


H 3 


6/08/83 B 


1 


N Nifr 


S 2 


6/09/83 D 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/10/83 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


6/17/83 


9 D 


U W66 


H 2 


6/24/83 D 


8 P 


N 


H 2 


6/27/83 B 


I P 


P F70 


S 2 


7/07/83 


7 P 


P F70 


H 2 


7/08/63 


1 P 


F W66 


S 2 


7/14/83 


7 P 


N 


H 2 


8/16/83 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/19/33 D 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


8/26/63 D 


ID P 


F L41 


S 2 


9/06/83 D 


4 P 


N 


S 2 


9/06/83 D 


6 


N 


H 2 


9/ 6/63 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


10/ 4/83 D 


6 P 


N 


H 2 


10/21/83 D 


6 P 


N 


S 2 


10/27/83 D 


3 P 


N 


S 2 


10/27/83 


9 P 


R A15 


5 2 


11/03/83 


P 


N 


H 2 


11/11/83 D 


I P 


F W6b 


H 2 


11/11/63 D 


6 P 


N 


S 2 


12/01/63 D 


2 


N 



«UNlHLT/»'» 



c»aRaQ«o PHY 'HAPPY DiYS- co= s in nyc 



I N J E « 
U/31/83 



S J U J E C I S 



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OMIVESSITY LAKE 3U1LITY IS JO^ 
C«RBBORO «L^ER«FN O^T -«TEr>|ri; 
paoTECIING. OEVELOPINC UNIVEB' 
C«a«bOaO JOINING ORANGE £CONO< 
t.rtRbORn BJARn TO T»KE PART Vl 
CARaaCRO CONTINUES HEARING 
HATERSMfO OFVfLnP-ENT EYEO 

"arbboro oks plock grant 

CARRaORC OE-IIES Kfl'Df 1'^ '-' 
AGAIN. CARR1JR0 MEETINO ATTOi- 
NeI SHOPPING CENTER PROPOSED I 
APARTMENTS APPROVED 
nfvELOPfR flINS FIGHT WITH GRE- 

rogers-tSiE" to take over a-et 
auditing contract awarded 

tillloKO BOARD HEARS | "EVIJAL 
CARRBORO ALOERMFN SCHEDULE SES 
CARRbORO GREENWAYS PROPOSAL S'' 
BOAaO TO VOTE ON ROAO PLAN 
CARRBORO 3KS part OF THOROUGH- 
i"°T "n OFFER 15 CHANNELS PY 
ALDERMEN SEfK HEARING ON GREEN 
CiRRanRO RECEIVES DEVFLOPHENT 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN OK BL^N TO 
GREENWAYS PLAN L U0K5 DOUBT f UL 
PLAN TO RESERVE GREEN SPACE I. 
UUUO NG PERMIT DENIED FOR hOJ 
CARRBORO ALOERMFN REJECT PERMl 
^BoIrO KILLS GREENWAYS PROPOSAL 
CARRBORO EOARO < I LLf ORE EN WA Y 
DWASA ATTEMPTS TO RESOLVE SPAT 

fSncs ok-d to improve SEwER LI 
ALDER-EN GtT SURPRISE VISIT 
ciRRBriRO pDRLIC HOUSING SITF . 
CARRBORO TO APPLY FQ; FUNDS 
PERMIT OK'D FOR PROJECT 
BOARD TOLD OF CIVIL ACTION 
CARRBORO BILL SET FOR VOTE 

oevelopfr -ill comply with OIT 

TAXES TO JUMP IN CARRRORQ 
ALDERMEN OK OAKWOOD PLAN 
fiRSBoSo ALDERMEN GIVE GO-AHEA 
BUILDING TOWNHOUSES TO GET FlF 
SlOERmEN TO DISCUSS WILDING L 
PROPOSAL OROERED ON CABLE REOJ 
CABLE FIRM ANn CARR'iORO TO N£^ 
PUBLIC HEARINGS TONIGHT 
CARRBORO BOARD TQ MOLD PuPLlC 
3R0 HEARING SCHEDULED QN OAKBJ 
TIGHTER iONING NEEDED. CARRBO! 
BOARD TO DISCUSS QAKBRIOGc PE3 

iownhouses to be OISCUSSEO 

CiRRBORO ALDERMEN DENY PERMIT 
IlDERmEN DIVIDED ON SALES TAX 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN BAlK 3 OF 5 
BOARD APPROVES U^llVERSITY LAKL 
TOWN POARD TO CONSIDER RESOLUT 
HEARINGS SET FOR TONIGmT ON R= 
OeIeCoPER TO APPEAL CONDOM NU 
CABLE TV CHANGE ONE VOTE CLOSE 
CABLE FIR- GETS TENTATIVE OK T 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN SUPPORT MORA 
CARRBORO BOARD BACKS WATER EXT 
CARRBORO WANTS COURTS, NOT P03 
BASKETBALL COURTS GET TOWN BOA 
SWIMMING POOL BACK ON AGENDA 
CARRBORO WON'T GET »55,OOD U.S 
SWIMMING POOL UNAFFOROAELE 
HEARING SET TONIGHT IN CARRPOJ 
HEARING PLANNED NOV. ' "N CABL 
DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT ON WORK S 
INDUSTRIAL PARK MAY BE FIRST 
OFFICIAL CONTENDS WAREHOUSE CO 
OFFICIAL FEARS POLLUT I ON OF LA 
CONSULTANT'S PROGRESS CRITKH 
PLANS FOR 9 APARTMENTS 'PPROVE 
ALDERMfcN'S WORK SESSION TO COV 
CARRBORO ALDERMEN TO HOLD wOR< 
THOROUGHFARE PLAN SURVIVES CAR 
CARRBORO SWITCHES THOROUGHFARE 
BRIEFS FILED IN -HITE OAK-CARJ 
CARRBORO, WHITE OAK FILE OPPOS 
CARRBORO TO FIRE MANAGER HUNT 
NO flESICNATION, HUNTER SAYS 
SuNTER TO RESIGN DEC. 30 AS MA 
JUDGE SUPPORTS DEVELOPERS OF A 
CARRBORO MAYOR TO BE SwORN IN 
TOWNHOUSE RULING TO BE CHALLE'J 
TOWN PLANS SEARCH FOR NEW MANA 



K 

PLAN 

ITY LAKE li PLAN'S GOAL 
IC POARD 
NEW GROUP 



CREASF PID 

TS AUDIENCE OF TWO 

N CARRtJORO 

NWAY PLAN 
EK-LAMb PLANT 

WaTION PLANS 

SION ON REVITALIZATION 

ARKS DEPATE 

ARE PLAN 

MlO-l''8<. 

WAYS PROPOSAL 

GRANT 

PPLY FUR GRANT 

CARRPORO MAY BE REJECTED 
SING COMPLEX 
T FOR PUBLIC HOUSING 

WITH CARRBORO ALDERMEN 
NE 



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CH re-juirehent 



TO HOUSING SITc 

iheb study 

IMITS 

dtiate on line passage 
hearings tonight 

lOGE 

ALDERMAN SAYS 

MIT 

FOR TOWNMOuSES 

DOWNTOWN PROJECTS 

ZONING CHANGES 
10>l APOUT WIRING 
ZONING 
M RULING 
R 

EXTEND L INES 
TORIuMS 
ENSION HALT 

RD'S APPROVAL 

, GRANT 



e TV EXTENSION 

ESSION AGENDA 

OWMTOWN CARRBORO PROJECT 

ULO ENDANGER LAKE 

KE 

ED 

ER THOROUGHFARE PLAN 
RBQRo'aLOERMEN INSPECTION 
PL ANS 

aoRO SUIT 

ING BRIEFS 
R 

NAGER OF CARRBORO 
PARTMENTS 

GEO 
GER 



CARRBORO BOARD 
TWO SHOW 
CARRBORO 
CARRBORO 
CARRBORO 
12. ISO, 56 
CAROBORO 
ALDERMEN 
BUDGET Rt 
CARRBORO 
PARADE OF 
ALDERMEN 
BUDGET 01 
ALOER-EN 
MAJORITY 
TAXES TO 
CARRBORO 
CARRBORO 
CARRBORO 



, jf ALDERMEN. BUDGET 
up for hearing 
bjoget calendar reaoi EO 
revenufs look slack 

njDGET SHORT 
'lLihSFti'1luD?"pn"sS^'U TAX INCREASE 

GET Surprise visit 

i'illl^ RE03eStI*"tO b^ HEARD TUESDAY NIGmT 

REjUESTS heard 
hear budget requests 
scussion set . 

PONDER i-CENT TAX H I < c 
Of BOaPO AGREES ON TAX HIKE OF 
JUMP IN CARRPORO , „ ^, 
RETAINS TAX RATE OF '.'';i<,,_, 
PROPERTY TAXES TO REMAIN SAME 
BUDGET ERRORS CAUSE FEAR 



I .5 CENTS 



CARRPURO BOARD OF ALDERMEN, E(.|CTnNS 

SEE ALSO CARRPORO. N.C.. ELECTIONS 

ROSE WON'T RUN 



E.-alSeSmIn SHARER WON'T RON IN CARR.ORO 
PATTERSON. WALLACE SAY NO TO > E-ELEC I ION 
ALDERMAN SEEKS MAYOR'S OFFICE 
1°>lfhtV}l CANDIDATES IN TOWN BOARD ELECTIONS 



BAKER FILES FOR CHAPEL H IL L-CA RRBORO 
TWO MORE CANDIDATES FILE 
CHESHIRE FILES FOR POST 



PC L P PYL 



2 12/0<)/P3 D 6 



1/D5/B3 C 
1/06/S3 B 
l/0ft/e3 A 
1/12/53 B 
1/12/63 A 
1/26/R3 B 
2/0''/P3 A 
2/0''/P3 A 
2/01/83 



H 3 2/U/n3 8 



S 2 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

5 ? 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

5 2 

H 2 

5 2 

H 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

H 3 



2/23/83 

2/23/P3 

2/2'./P3 B 

2/2'./83 B 

3/0O/83 B 

3/31/83 l- 

3/31/P3 A 

<,/0B/R3 b 

4/09/83 C 

i,/13/93 a 

<./19/B3 a 

4/21/R3 B 

4/27/83 C 

4/27/8) A 

5/19/83 b 

5/19/83 C 

5/24/83 fi 

5/24/P3 A 

5/25/93 B 

5/25/83 A 

5/27/83 P 

5/27/83 A 

6/03/93 

6/09/83 a 

6/09/P3 A 

6/10/83 6 

6/15/63 h 

6/15/B3 a 

6/17/B3 B 

6/23/P3 A 

7/07/83 B 

7/07/83 A 

7/13/83 B 

7/2D/93 P 

7/21/83 5 

7/22/83 C 

7/26/83 i 

7/26/83 A 

7/27/83 b 

7/30/83 C 

3/02/83 A 

a/02/83 A 

3/03/83 B 

9/08/83 P 

9/D9/83 b 

9/14/83 B 

9/27/83 A 

9/27/83 C 

9/29/83 a 

9/28/83 3 

9/28/83 C 

10/06/P3 B 

10/06/93 A 

n/12/83 a 

10/12/83 A 

10/20/P3 B 

10/2D/P3 A 

10/21/83 !i 

10/25/93 A 

10/26/83 B 

11/02/83 C 

11/03/83 8 

11/10/83 a 



N P46 

^l P4 6 

N 346 

N P46 

N 846 

N P4t 

N P46 

N 846 
N 



N P46 
N N36 



1 
1 
1 1 
12 
1 
I 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
13 
I 
11 
1 
5 
1 
3 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
__ _ 1 
11/10/83 A n 
11/11/83 9 
11/12/83 B 
11/16/93 B I 
11/16/83 A 9 
U/17/83 a 
11/23/83 a 
11/29/83 B I 
11/30/83 A 8 
12/07/83 B I 
12/07/83 A 6 
12/09/83 a I 
12/09/83 a I 
12/13/83 A 9 
12/14/83 B I 
12/22/83 A 12 



BOARD SEATS 
SCHOOL BOARD 



H 3 

rt 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

5 2 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

S 2 

S 1 



2/08/83 U 
3/1B/P3 B 
3/23/03 B 
3/23/83 C 
5/11/83 C 
5/11/93 A 
6/03/83 B 
6/04/93 B 
6/04/83 A 
6/08/83 B 
6/09/83 A 
6/14/93 B 
6/16/93 B 
6/23/93 B 
6/23/83 A 
6/29/83 a 
6/29/83 A 
11/03/83 A 



N B46 

N H36 

N W36 

N 

N 846 

N 046 

N '46 



N H90 

N H90 

N 

N 

N H90 

N H90 

N H9n 

N H90 



-1 
1 
1 

12 
1 

14 
1 
1 
2 
1 

10 
1 



N H90 
N H90 



N 

N h90 

N H90 

N H36 

N 

N P46 

N 

N H90 

N H90 

N 

N H90 

N 

N 846 

N 

N R46 

N 

N B46 



8/05/83 I) 
a/12/83 B 
9/05/8) U 
9/14/93 B 
9/16/83 A 
9/17/93 a 
9/17/83 A 
9/23/83 B 
9/23/93 A 
9/24/9) a 
9/27/83 A 



P46 
R46 



946 
946 



P46 
H90 



H90 
W36 



MUNlMLr/AN 



INDEX 
12/11/03 



5 U B J t C 



NaVEMUFR sth 



HH.LS9USIJUGM POLITICS HfATS \P AS TMRfE flLE 

THftfE fUF FOR FLECTlnuS 

CHAPEL HILL MAyOH SEiKS iND fRM; FILING ENOS TOOiy 

CCIMPETITinN CROUS IN ORANGE RACES 

ELECriGN -a): CANOIOATE AGAINST EKIFNOINo H'ANKLIN 

CITIZENS SmuLO GFT INVOLVED, CA'IOIDATES SAY 

CARRBOKO CANOIOATFS ASK CITIirN P AR r I C t PA T 1 ON 

CANDIDATES IN CARRflilRO FLFCTIINS EXPRESS VIFkS 

VOTE FUR DdllG ANOfRSON FOR CA-iRH.lRO UOARU UF ALOtRMAN ON NO 

!iR%'joSS"^L?iff,t;:^?rA?fs^?"iUrp?i;s?N?r"° "^ '^"'"'''' 

c':lRBiR'h'<;Gf?2rEr^c'T"JJS?o'H:;8r^ '""^ ^'*"°""" "^ association «,N. 

CARrtBOHO COHMUMTr COALITION 
SEE ALSO L IHERALS 

EX-ALOERMAN SHARER KON'T RUN IN CARRHORO 
FOuSMFt SEEKS SEAT 

CARRBORO COALITION TO -SIT OUT' ELECTION 
GROUP uON'T tNOOKSE CanDIOaTES IN ELECTION 

CARRRURU LOMMUNITY PARK 

SEE CARRtlOHO. N.C.. PARKS 

carrroro Elementary slhool 

assistant principal appointfd 

C ARRPORO MAYOR • i 
SfE CARPbORO. 



T S 












PACE 91 














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D DATE 


c 


PC 


L 


P 


9YL 




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b 






N 


M36 




3 'J/2')/SJ 


13 






^l 






1 1Q/07/B3 


B 






N 


•436 




2 10/07/83 


A 






N 


H<?0 




1 lO/2'i/n3 


B 






N 






1 10/27/83 


B 






N 


H90 




2 10/27/83 


A 






N 






2 11/05/83 


A 






N 


H<)0 




2 11/06/8 3 


A 


I 5 


P 


A 






2 11/06/83 


A 


16 




A 






? 11/06/83 







p 


F 


H90 




^ ii/oi/ss 


a 




P 


N 


H90 




2 11/0/83 


A 






H 


H90 





OFFICE 

N.C, MAYOR'S OFFI CE 



CARRRORO PLANNING OFFICE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL H I L L/C ARl BORO PLANNINu AREA 
CARReORO ALOEPMFN GFT HATERSHFD PLAN 
CONCERNS VOICED OVER ROADS PLAN 
NORTHERN LOOP CFT5 HIGH CARRBTRO PRIuRlTY 
BPARO: FxTENSION NtFDS MORE STuny 
INFLATED VALUES CURBING OEvELlPMFNT 
ZONING KOULO AID DOiJNTQHN OROJ TH 
PLANNING flOARO HEAD TO QUIT 
PLANNING flOARO HEAD 10 RESIGN 
WIDENING OF TOMS CREEK OtJECT'-D 
REVISED REPORT ON CARRBORO SUTHTTEO 

CARRRORO RECREATION OEPT. 

SFE ALSO CARRHORO. N.C, PARKS 

SEE ALSO CMAPFL H I LL /C AO RBORO RFCREAIION PHOCRAM 

CARRHORO DIKE EVENTS SLATED 

CHILOPENS' OOG ShOH is OCT. I 

ARTS CLASSES FOR YOUNGSTERS 

HALLOHtEN SAFETY GEAR IS AVAILABLE 

HALLOWEEN SAFETY MATERIAL AVAILABLE 

10-K RUNNERS REV i;P; CARRBORO RACF SUNDAY 

KARATE CLASSES SET 

SENIOR-CITIZEN EVENTS PLANNED 

HOLIDAY EVENTS ARF PLANNED F0< ELOERS 

CARRBORO TOUN MANAGER 

CARRBORO TO FIRE MANAGER HUNTER 

NO RESIGNATION, HUNTER SAYS 

Sy^^S. 19 RESIGN OEC. 30 AS MANAGER OF CARRBORO 

TOWNHOUSE RULING TO 8E CHALLENGED 

CARRBORO TAPS FINANCE HEAD FOl INTERIM POST 

TOWN PLANS SEARCH FOR NEW MANAGEi< 

CARRBORH'S INTERIM MANAGER READY FOR ANOTHER BUDGET 

CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY B1 ARO 
SEE ALSO CARRSORO. N.C, STREETS 

NORTHERN LOOP GETS HIGH CARRa3R0 PRIORITY 
BOARD: EXTENSION NEEDS MORE STUDY 

CARRBORO WATER QUALITY TASK FORCE 

CARRBORO ALDERMEN GET WATERSHED PLAN 

'^9IIS'J!J''S^'^f^f'-°''"<'' UNIVERSITY LAKE IS PLAN'S COAL 

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT EYEO 

'^^??59'"n WATER REPORT RAISES '(ANY QUESTIONS 

WATERSHED CHANGES SUGGESTED 

WATERSHED ZONING HEARING IS TTNIGHT 

CARRINGTON junior HIGH SCHOOL 
RELAXING WITH A BOOK 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH LISTS HONOR ROLLS 
^'^S'.^SI^" JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LISTS HONOR ROLL 
I yPyl"!' ''"' ARRESTED WITH WFAPONS AT SCHOOL 
BU I LD I NG A PATIO 
COMPUTER CAMPS ARE GROWING 

S?5g|STpI?LL''Gif erSs^" ^^''' '"^"""^ ""'^"^^ 
BOARD DENIES 1 OF 3 SCHOOL TRANSFERS 
FROM CLASS PORTRAITS COME CLASS FILMS 

?^'iSiN'T?"ypAcS^R's*2?ft""-J??F^3rIJ;^Tl"'"" °^ '"^ """ 
STUDENTS DONATE CANS OF FOOD 

CARRINGTON LISTS HONOR ROLLS FOR 1ST NINE WEEKS 
ftJi?J^;(P'-y"«^ S'l-E Of BOOKS STILL UNRESOLVED 

CARRINGTON Gym contracts Ok'D 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
NfKINNON MULOS CARRINGTON COUSARi 
CARRINGTON CHAMPS 

CARRINCTnN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. TRACK 
CARRINGTON TRACK BEST EVER 

CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, WRESTLING 

CHEWNING VS. CARRINGTON: WRESTLING WITH TRADITION 

CABRINGTON'S QUICK STOP 
ORANGE STORE ROflOFO 

store owner robbed, shot 
Cars 

see autos (see also names of sp^ciflc autos and auto ma nuf ac turf rs i 
cartfr-wfbber corp. 

more layoffs announced in lel 

CARfERET COUNTY. N.C. 

FAITH PRIVATE. NOT PUBLIC 

CARInoRAPHFR 

SEE ALSO MAPS, N.C . 
SEE ALSO MAPS. U.S. 

COMPUTERS SPEED UP MAPMAKING AT NCCU 

GRANT TO HELP NCCU DRAW COMPUTER MAPS 

CAR TOONISTS 



H 3 S/12/81 fl 1 N H90 

S 2 9/16/83 A S N H90 

H 3 10/06/83 a 1 N 

S 2 10/06/83 All N 



12/29/83 C It) 





l/06/fl J 


fl 




N 


R*ift 




l/07/fl3 


H 




N 


fii»6 




l/lfl/fl3 


h 




N 


H9n 




l/lfl/ft3 


A 


I S 


N 






l/i<9/fl3 


\y 




N 


H9n 




1 l/i'J/fl} 


A 




n 






ll/30/fl3 


( 


1 ? 


N 






U/3n/fl3 


A 




N 






12/lb/83 


H 




N 


H9n 




12/20/13 


A 


IJ 


N 


H90 





9/05/83 


A 


3 


N 




9/17/83 


b 


1 


N 




9/17/83 


e 


1 


N 




10/21/83 


B 


I 


N 




10/27/83 


b 


1 


N 




11/03/83 


b 


1 


N 




1 1/23/83 


c 


1 


N 




12/01/83 


u 


1 


N 




12/01/33 


D 


1 2 


N 




12/07/83 


b 


1 


N '3',6 




12/07/83 


A 


6 


N 




12/09/83 


B 


I 


N H90 




12/l'i/83 


B 


1 


> N H90 




12/22/83 


B 


1 


N H90 




12/22/83 


A 


1 2 


N 




12/31/83 


B 


1 


N H90 



H 3 11/18/83 B 



S 2 


11/18/83 


A 


15 




N 


H 2 


1/06/83 


E 


2 




N 9',6 


s 2 


1/06/83 


A 


3 




N 


S 2 


2/09/83 


A 


1 I 




N 


S 2 


2/12/83 


A 


15 




N B<.6 


H 3 


6/30/83 


B 


1 




N N36 


H 3 


9/13/83 


B 


1 




N 


S 2 


l/l<./83 


A 


6 


P 


P M66 


5 2 


<./0l/83 


B 


^ 




N 


S 2 


5/1 1/83 


A 


16 




N 


H 2 


6/07/83 


a 


U 




N 


S 2 


6/10/83 


A 


2 


p 


P T37 


S 2 


6/25/83 


A 


3 


P 


F C05 


H 2 


a/02/83 


B 


1 




N AS*, 


S 2 


8/02/83 


A 


3 




N COS 


H 2 


9/22/83 


c 


1 




N W2<. 


H 2 


10/31/83 


6 


1 


P 


F W2<i 


H 2 


U/22/83 


9 


I 


P 


N W24 


S 2 


11/22/83 


A 


5 




N CC5 


H 2 


11/25/83 


A 


1 3 




N 


S 2 


11/30/83 


c 


7 




N 


H 2 


12/15/93 


A 


14 




N W2<i 


H 2 


12/20/83 


A 


12 




"1 W2<. 


S 2 


2/18/83 





1 


P 


U CD9 


S 2 


2/26/83 


A 


9 


P 


P 



S 2 5/10/83 B A P F C09 
H 2 2/13/83 B 9 P F 866 



S 2 6/l<./83 A 3 
H 2 6/15/83 8 1 



M 2 1/27/83 A 2 1 N M27 
S 2 '1/09/83 A <, E 



S 2 <./18/83 C I P N M2J 
S 2 11/16/83 C 1 N C05 



MaNlHLY/A N N U 



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12/31/S3 



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1/17/8'! 



S I ' 

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DATE C PG L P 'VL 



SEE ALsn co-ic aoOKS 

III Itsn dS?J.»m horning MrkALD, CARtonNS 

ELEPnANTS AND DONKEYS 
^r?rs^fe?^5cS?^'?S.I"SiEJ.S«,GHUGH,S 

CARVER SI. p ^,[^,(; LOSES GROUND ,.,,,t 

|^7^TS"pA?TorhS5?J~iT^«rEfNEi?^"pAV,NG 

""•?2ii^!A['fiir^N5sgh''^!'^^i??;rorjs5Y^ij^hoATED 

GARY TO TREAT ROu' S HASTE 

""'iii!!rJii^^fN5ss?s''ir?i??732%rj^SY^?{^^uATED 



■^'""USICIAN IS 3URIE0 IN GUITAR- 



lAse cnfFiN 



.30 YEARS. 



"^^■"cUtlE -EMORIES TOOK THEN TO IRELAND 

CASIRAUON^^I^ KIND OF OFFENSE, TH^ CHOICE IS YOURS. 

CASTS (FOR dROKEN PONESI 

^^|-St^?E"c25^M?f ^THIETES PLAY AS THEY HEAL 

C.S-ELL^COUNTY, N.C^.^_^^ ^^^^^ 

^*^-^^cis^^L',:'JoSrHi5y°9UL FILED 
CASWELL^COUNTY^CnuRTHOUSE^^^ ,„,, 

"^"""STATE REAPS PROFITS FRO" CD-PJTER LIST 

CATARACTS , „ 

SEE ALSO PLINO 
SEEfJ^^SO VISION ^^^^ ;n PFOPLE OVER AGE -.O 

B^tni '^l^ll^l\o'n^l^ SUFFERERS 
'^*'"!'FRoli'""«HA« RECEIVE DEGREES FROM CATA-bA 
"''1^?il|Hni2^:trTlS?^^!ESlF, CANT STEP 
'""^SoPE^C^EASfcATA^BA ABC OFFiriALS 
'^''"?tl'A;i^:;'0FriC?2LS%""'sET"iF!3;EhES for meetings LA« 

^l;J:^^^E:HP:^Sp!?I^i^^?■s5lAKs open meetings la- 

&E^f^oSSf^^S^?a^^lrN^irLANT WITNESSES 

catamba valley mOSIERY E«PnSITION 
SEE also HOSIERY INDUSTRY 
^ HOSIERY FASHIONS 50 I-ATRIOTIC 
SHE LOOKS cVERYMHERE FOR IDEA, 

CATERERS. N.C. 

DON'T EAI--DINE! 

"^"''coi'prEl'S'wEs'sE-tR FEES. ClE«< S.yS 
HIULSMROUCH SUED OVER SEj-EJ =Ees 
SUIT SEEKS RECOVERY OF WATER, SE-ER FEES 

"'"p?ECHONf CAS'SUYS MlLLSeOROUGH FIR" 

^"^'fISH find early end dm hIGhhay 

^"""k'/sHSJwN^ BOMBS 

CATHnUC_pAUGHTE.S^OF^.HER.CA^^^^_^^ S"OH 
FLAG DONATED 

^ti^i^'^'sH n°^llH^S^s'^? ^^?VlC^O^ 
sSilNG FASHIONS SAIL INTO DURHAM Al bENEFIT 

leisure fashion 
spring pants 
auard winners 

^*'??^E'iLsS'HUhTERS. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. 

^"pRtll? E^^Ilirs'i-ElM-wITH C.WP 
pSpI TO ORDAIN CHARLOTTE PRIEST 

CATHOLICS 



ICARTOON) 



H 2 5/2n/83 A 4 E 

S 2 3/17/83 7 N 

c 7 3/2*1/93 OS N 

5 ? 9/29/83 3 P N B71 

H 2 9/30/R3 D 6 P N 



N S93 



N 137 
N K90 
N K90 



S 2 2/12/B3 A 3 



S 2 1/19/83 B 1 
S 2 ',/26/e3 B 
S 2 5/10/83 B 1 



S 2 3/07/B3 A I 
H 2 3/09/R3 6 ". 
H 2 3/25/83 t 1 



5 2 3/07/83 A 1 N 

H 2 3/08/B3 B 4 N 

S 2 a/05/63 All N 

H 2 a/21/83 B 1 P U H<,9 

H 2 12/11/93 D 5 T T P^S 

H 2 7/26/93 3 1 N B 30 

H 1 ',/16/83 B 1 N 

H 1 './29/93 b I N 

H 1 -./aa/gs b i n _ 

S 2 10/15/R3 A 16 N 



S 2 4/27/93 3 
S 2 5/19/83 C 
S 2 8/17/83 C 



S 2 5/18/93 A 19 



H 2 9/14/93 tl 
S 2 12/11/83 A 



2 10/29/93 A 



H 2 9/26/93 » , 3 

S 2 10/29/83 C 14 

H 2 11/10/83 9 2 

H 2 11/24/93 B 4 



4/22/93 
9/09/83 
9/14/93 
10/13/83 
U/12/93 
11/17/93 
12/15/93 



12 

16 

5 

23 



5/20/93 B 
5/20/83 



H4 5 
H45 



S 2 3/09/93 C 1 P F AI5 



0/02/83 6 
9/12/93 A 
0/12/33 A 



946 
W36 



2 6/05/93 C 13 



H 


2 


5/08/83 A 


15 


H 


2 


5/20/93 A 


4 


H 


? 


2/15/93 A 


6 


S 


7 


2/24/83 A 






? 


3/07/83 B 






7 


3/09/93 A 






7 


3/23/93 A 




s 


7 


3/23/83 B 




s 


7 


3/26/93 A 




s 


7 


4/D7/B3 A 




s 




6/16/93 A 





R91 
R91 

H4 5 
115 
576 
S76 
S76 



H 2 4/24/83 A 27 
S 2 6/09/93 A 11 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/83 - 1^/31/63 



P'lIFSr: CCIOS IMPACT MINIMAL 
AN UNCQNSCia-lABLE MUZZLING 
EDITOBIAL'S FACTS QUI Of CQNTFXT 

ANTi-c atmolic article was distortiun nf facts 

Cats 

SEE ALsn miss glamour kitty contest 

IN THf ANIMAL WORLD 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE pc T SfT 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WITH THE PF T SET 

FOLKS ARQUNO HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

ENTER CAT IN CONTEST 

RABIES IMMUNIZATION FOR CATS 1ETNG URGED 

CARRBORO'S 'CUBPY' IS AN ALL-AMERICAN KITTY 

CAT IS FINALIST 

LEUKEMIA STALKING CATS IN STATE 

CAT CAPER CAUSES CRISIS 

SHAME ON CHARACTER WHO COMMITTED CAT CAPER 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BRDUGHT 

VERT IGO 

INFORMAL DINNER 

''I??'''yil OF KITTEN PROMPTS CALL FOR TOUGHER PENALTY IN STATE 

ART FOR CAT LOVERS 

CATTLE 

SEE COWS 

SEE LIVESTOCK 



PACE 10 1 
l/lT/ai. 







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I 


r 


N F 




E 




I 


Y 


P 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


H 2 


2/05/83 


A 


7 




N 


H 2 


11/06/83 


D 


*. 




E 


H 2 


11/09/83 


A 


•y 




L 


H ? 


1 1/26/83 


A 


i* 




L 


H 2 


1/01/83 


C 




T 


U 


H 2 


2/17/83 


E 




n 


u 


H 2 


2/18/83 


E 







u 


H 2 


3/2<)/83 


t 




n 


u 


S 2 


'r/21/83 


D 


1 2 


p 


N 


H 2 


5/17/83 


A 






N 


H 2 


5/31/83 


a 




p 


F 


S 2 


6/07/83 


D 


1 2 




N 


H 2 


7/11/83 


A 






N 


H 2 


7/l'./83 


A 






L 


H 2 


7/20/83 


A 






L 


H 2 


8/10/83 


B 




n 


u 


5 2 


8/2<./R3 


E 




p 


P 


H 2 


9/06/83 


C 




p 


P 


H 2 


10/02/83 


B 


12 




N 


S 2 


12/08/83 


D 




p 


F 



...They explored danki park c« vern 

CEDAR GROVE RURITaN CLUB 

CEDAR GROVE FARM SALE SCHEDULFD FOR SATURDAY 

CEDAR GROVE SCHOTL 

COUNTY GETS Two GRANTS 

CEDAR GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURC^ 
HARVEST FESTIVAL SET SATURDAY 

CEDARWOQO VILLA TOWNHOMES 

CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON CEDARwTOD VILLA 
CguNULMEN VOTE TO GIVE ERWIN AUDITORIUM TO STATE 
COUNCIL OKS RE20NING REQUEST c OR NEW MOTEL 

CELANESE CORP. 

NFW POLYESTER YARN DEVELOPED 

""ilry»] 'K%ll°'.'^//n,V,l'A/lhc'Tfoy''' "" "''"" "ESEARCHl 



CELL 
CELLS 



BIOLOGY 

UNC RESEARCHERS STUDY CELLS 

•PRIMITIVE CELLS' STUDIED AS CANCER CURE 

UNC SCIENTISTS THINK THEY'VE FOUND NEW FORM UF BLOOD CELL 



CELLULAR PHQNt SYSTEM 

9^!J'f!; ^'"'^ SEEKS LICENSE ON CELLULAR PHUNE SYSTEM 
;wg GOMPANIFS TO SEEK CELLULA) PHONE SYSTEM 
TWO MORE APPLY FOB PHONE PERMI T 

MOBILE Phones spreading 

CEMETERIES. OuHhAM 

CREST STREET GRAVES TO PE MOVED FOR ROAD 

CEMETERIES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO GRAVE ROBBERY 

SEE ALSO GRAvEOIGGERS 

SEE ALSO GRAVES 

sll iUo ?fe28S?of!Fi^"^'"'' '«'^^SB^»°"5h. N.C, 
FRANKLINTON CEMETERY DAMAGED 
FRANKLIN MAN CHARGED IN CEMETERY DAMAGE 
CEMETERY RESTORATION SOUGHT 
SWAIN CITIZENS SUE FOR ROAD T3 CEMETERY 

CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 

SEE ALSO RECORD BURNING (MUSIC 1 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. CENSORS'lIP 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. U.S., CENSORS^IP 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION CENSORSHIP 

NEWSPAPERS BLAMELESS IN PLAYBTY AD DISPUTE 

DAMAGING DEMOCRACY 

iS^'t^'I^ GROUP TO SHOW FILMS LABELED PRuPaCANOA 

THE SHADOWY SIDE OF THE ADMINISTRATION 

JrfJi'^E;:?^.^'*'""""" 

c'?NloR?H?Jt'TSGL\*'SAS?'''°'"~"^ "" '""'"' '""" 

SOVIETS IN DARK ABOUT PLANE nCIDENT 

LAWS TOO OFTEN flACKFIRE 

WILL INVASION DECISION GAIN WIRLO SUPPORT? 

??,i?,i2^^^i't PS'IGER SIGNS NEE") IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 

inini ^??E^^^^^°2^ws "^ """^^ '^ '*•'• ""-"^^^ 

CENSORSHIP BREEDS 'LEAKS- 



CENSUS 
SEE 



U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 



CEHTFL CORP. ICHICAGni 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

rSn fn-olS'JcFIS^^y^fiiS^ °'* CELLULAR PHONE SYSTEM 

I2g sg3r^J^L^'?ol^^KoSi^^p^^s;T^"°^^ ''''"" 

NEW PHONE CHARGE REQUESTED ' 
CENTEL TU CONSOLIDATE OPERATIONS 

CENTEL EMPLOYEES 

SEE CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CENTENARIANS 

SEE ALSO AGING 

'i'^P'f '"^^ CFLEBRATES lOOTH 1IRTH0AY 
100'?ElRi°bLD"°"^ """"^ "ONTREO 
MISS OLLIE SUCCUMBS AT AGE 1 OS 



H 2 './29/83 A <i 

S 2 3/04/83 <, 

H 3 9/08/33 I 

S 2 11/09/83 A 5 



H 2 3/10/83 A 20 
S 2 3/29/83 A 1 
S 2 <./06/93 A 1 



H 2 1/22/83 A 



S 2 9/09/83 C I 



S 2 3/26/83 A 3 
H 2 4/2<./83 A 22 



H 2 3/08/83 B 1 

S 2 3/08/83 A 3 

H 2 3/09/83 B 1 

S 2 3/19/83 A 3 



S 2 4/27/83 A 



H 1 1/21/83 B 1 

H 1 2/15/83 B 1 

H 3 5/19/83 B 1 

H 2 9/21/83 A 7 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 1 
S 2 
2 



3/08/93 
3/08/83 
3/09/83 
3/09/83 
3/19/83 
10/12/93 



H 2 12/22/83 A 6 



1/18/83 A 
2/22/83 A 
5/02/83 B 
5/06/83 C 
5/22/83 C 
5/28/83 A 



N K90 
N K90 



N 

N M2 3 

N 

N CI 

N 
N 

N sa3 

N K90 



s 


2 


2/11/83 A 


4 


F 


s 


? 


3/08/83 A 


4 


F 


H 


7 


3/10/83 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/13/93 


4 


F 


H 


2 


3/15/83 A 


4 


F 


H 


2 


6/07/83 A 


A 


F 


H 


2 


7/28/83 


h 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/93 A 


A 


F 


S 


2 


9/17/83 A 


1 5 


N 


H 


2 


9/26/83 A 


<. 


F 


H 


? 


11/03/93 A 


4 


F 


H 


2 


11/05/83 A 


4 


F 


S 


> 


U/07/83 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 


U/19/83 A 


A 


F 


s 


2 


11/26/83 A 


4 


E 



N S83 

N m 

N 



MOSTMLV/A 



INDEX 
\2/3l/93 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 102 
1/17/94 



^^/«'|,S?i5^^ clLkl^Ilt^N "I'l W^?KENO AfFA.K 

oldest pov scout dies 
SospiJe"2l'a does organuatio'- pkcuo 
""III &u"e'um5. center for the study of aging and huhan development 

"''"suR3tY?'T'"HEtCs'NEEn TO 00 ■BETTER -ITH THEIR HEALTH CARE 
rPNTER fOR -ICROELfCTRONlCS IGENERAL ELEC TR I C-OWNEO 1 

L EEL NE A VALUED LINK 
CHAMBER MEMBERS TOUR CE PLANT 

"""fn^tailnsi STYLES MIX POORLY IN OallERY ShDH 

" ;p ; s -^-iMftriir""" 

cT^lE5/"iI[rEjrSlEiSfc^S?SMe ORIGINALS FOR HALLOWEEN KEVElERS 

""^"Nfi MATTER -HERE HE ENTERS. HE al-ayS WINDS UP IN THE CENTER 

'^=''""«l!J,'-CI?IEs'"5^AL"Tr)2!ls ELECTING THEIR GOVERNMENTS 
GUPTON NAMED MAYOR 



DATE 

6/l<./93 
6/21/83 
9/01/f3 
9/13/83 
9/17/93 
9/18/93 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PC L P 9YL 



6 P P 



H 2 11/29/93 A 6 P N 



S 2 10/21/93 A 11 



M 2 9/08/83 B I N 930 
S 2 9/13/83 A ' E ,, 
H 2 9/22/83 A 18 P R 576 



CENTRAL AMERICA 



ICARTOONI 



MERICA 

RICA: ■■LIMITED INVOLVEMENT. 

A-"eLL. WE'RE HERE. CAPT. R EA&ANI C ARTOONl 

!5vQ:5em'eS?""'cENTRAL amEK.CA 

QMMUNI iH 
AMERICAN ISSUES 

i;f?rTirTi'HEi5"Y'MSSlNGER (CARTOON, 

TH SIDES 

AGS 

~^a;°a??ENTI0N*T0 latin AMERICA (CARTOON, 

TAKE STEPS TOWARD REFORM 

DIVIDING NATION 

ARS AGO 

SPECT^'^nSt U.S. SABER RATTLING 

f ?HESI PeS?^E^^ .CARTOON, 



""'sEE^tso'ciTU.NS CONCERNED FOR 

&^f "S^Ltc"^' SnS'^5 CENTRAL a 
CUT OFF U.S. Ain TO ROTTEN R E; 
oEirAN WITH MAP Of CENTRAL AM- 
2in to EL SALVADOR--A CHOICE 3 
'si'^P^AolouNo'-ON CENTRAL AMERI 
rcKTRXl AMERICA THR6AT JUSTIFI 
"cISePRESE-iTATIVES OUESTION 
pJoPaCANDA on central AMERICA. 
CENTRAL AMERICANS DON'T WANT . 
MYSTERIOUS FIGURE 
;;;|Llc"!!fi?^ESRMES ON CENTRAL 

tSI? THROUGH RROPAGANOA FOR CE 
rChjTHAI AMERICA CLAIMS SHE'S ^ 
<t?JlHrER SELECTION RANKLES 63 
S'c BRIEFS: HELMS WARNS OF C^ 
^GMNISTRAflON PLOY DOES NOTHI 
MY ADMINISTRATION WILL FINALLY 

S»A^IISI!f-S^?^"^HURCH BODIES 

!f»HOnSI^'^^? A^^SeS^^In fray 
LATIN AMERICA TOOAY-AND 30 YE 
JalENTINE CHALLENGED ON ARMS, 
CENTRAL AMERICA: LANDS NEED R= 
rFRMANS SHARE OUR CONCERN 
sliciN'S RAGE OVER BAD NEWS H 
REAGAN: -NOW FIND OUT WHAT AIL 

'sS!^AP"c^LGi'lN"!lTIN AMERICA 
lAMPOONERY A BOOST TO SOVIETS 
liUITSRYOEfESsE IMPERATIVE 
PARADE fOR PEACE 

""I^E^-AfsS'clNtRA'rCAROUNrBAS; FINANCIAL CORP. 
^ ORlKEfQRD fORECLOSURE OK'O 

??n'ISES CCroVES'SlAl FOR CIVIC CENTER PROPERTY 

^^?s?2f ? sjo;^osrA^?iyu s^ATioN^^^^ 

SIX CCB EMPLOYEES PROMOTED 

tit ??3c°^:;SL^ER"s°:§fi§vl shift to holding COMPANY 

^?:"?o^?Si:H!°?o^:jR^gt? nn .se 

BANK GIVES SCHOI^AflSHIP 
^B&ge'});UA?'jMj}li?°FOU» CCB BRANCHES 

r^.ilOAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO.. DIVIDENDS 
" ' CC6 OECLaSeS 33-CENT DIVIDEND 

"""JL^rE^^i?' irSESc^SVniy-I.'pR^fi!? ^y^ar''" 

s^?XcS?fsr2lX'?IS5SS2n{5j:iS?YEAR 

EARNINGS AT CCB JUMP 37. S PER.EMT 

"^5??^f?s:ysH^:^5?^■s{:nK^:^^?5"su?.G COMPANY 

CCB INCOME INCREASES 38t „,.-,„. 

Wm^nMBryi:^ fOR NINE MONTHS 

CC8 DECLARES 33-CENT DIVIDEND 

CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK TRIANGLE BUSINESS INDEX 
•^^ ahsINESS ACTIVITY CAINS 

°a lANCLE INDEX UP 

BUSINESS INDEX RISES 



H 2 l/l'./83 ( 


U 068 


H 2 2/29/93 D 1 


P R G6P 


H 2 5/27/93 


U 06 6 


H 2 6/2<./93 D 1 


U G68 


H 2 1/12/93 D 


a P u C69 


H 2 10/29/93 B 


y P F H45 


H 2 U/27/93 D 


1 n F S36 


H 2 11/06/93 b 


1 N 


S 2 11/09/83 A 


6 N 


H 2 1/30/93 


4 L 


H 2 1/30/93 D 


5 L 


H 2 2/IA/B3 A 


<• L 

<, T T R56 


H 2 3/15/93 A 


H 2 3/27/83 D 


4 E 

4 T T R56 


H 2 5/01/83 D 


H 2 5/02/93 A 


4 E 


H 2 5/09/93 A 10 N 


H 2 5/19/93 A 


4 L 


H 2 5/23/83 J 


4 L 


H 2 6/01/93 A 


5 L 


H 2 6/03/93 A 


4 L 


H 2 6/09/93 A 


5 L 


H 2 6/l<./33 A 


t, L 


H 2 6/21/93 A 


4 L 


H 2 7/06/83 A 


5 L 


H 2 7/20/83 A 


i, T T R56 


H 2 7/23/83 A 


4 P E 


S 2 7/25/93 C 


^ c 


H 2 7/27/83 A 


4 f 


H 2 6/01/83 A 


t. T T R56 


S 2 8/05/83 C 


I N 


H 2 a/06/83 A 


11 N A20 


H 2 8/06/93 3 


5 P N 

1 P U H49 


H 2 8/07/93 C 


H 2 a/08/93 A 


<. E 


H 2 8/10/83 B 


1 P N 551 


S 2 a/15/83 A 


4 P J 


H 2 3/16/83 A 


A E 


H 2 a/ia/93 A 


I, E 


H 2 a/19/83 A 


4 T T R56 


S 2 8/18/93 A 


4 L 


H 2 8/19/B3 A 


A L 


H 2 9/26/83 A 


4 T L 


S 2 9/05/93 A 


A L 


H 2 11/10/83 C 


13 P P C56 


H 2 1/20/83 B 


I N CI 


H 3 1/26/93 B 


I N B46 
1 N 851 


H 2 2/02/B3 A 


H 2 2/02/B3 a 


1 N 

1 N K90 


5 2 2/02/83 A 


S 2 2/15/93 A 


5 N 

1 N K90 

1 P N S5l 


S 2/29/93 A 


H 2 3/01/83 A 


H 2 3/2'./B3 A 


20 N 


S 2 3/26/83 A 


2 N 

5 N L41 

1 P P T37 


H 2 <./01/93 B 
H 2 <,/12/93 B 


H 2 4/21/93 A 


20 N 


S 2 './23/83 A 


2 P N 


H 2 './2<./B3 C 


' 2 


H 6/25/93 A 


4 E 


H 2 7/01/93 B 


1 N 

N M51 

P P K30 

1 N T32 

1 N L".! 


H I 7/18/83 B 


H 2 7/19/93 A 


S 2 7/18/83 C 


H 2 8/28/83 B 


H 2 9/22/93 A 


p N 


S 2 9/28/83 A 


13 N 


H 3 11/12/83 B 


1 N 



2 10/20/83 C 13 



1/19/93 A 

1/19/83 A 

4/11/93 C 

4/12/93 B 

7/09/93 A 

7/11/83 A 



N S83 

N 



T32 



4/01/83 
7/09/83 
7/11/83 
7/20/93 
10/12/83 
10/20/93 



7 

1 

13 



2 4/07/93 A 20 C N 
2 5/19/93 A 22 C N 
2 a/14/83 D 10 C N 



MQhrMlV/ANNUAL 

1/01/83 - 



INDEX 
12/31/(13 



J e c I s 



P4ce 103 
i/iT/a* 



TRUNCLE Business up i.i pct. 

CENTRlL CAROL IN» TECHNICAL INSTITU'E 

CCTC TO PRESENT DIPLOMAS TmURS DAY 

CENTRAL ELE«ENTAR» SCHOOL ( Hi LL SBCP QUOH. N.C.I 
■60S RETURN TO CENTRAL ELEMENTARY 

CENTRAL SCHOOL'S MRS. PALLADIMO NAMECl COUNTY'S TOP TEACHER 
PALLADINO TOP TEACHER 

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 

SO YOU WANT TD JOIN THE CIA... 
THEBE'S NO JUSTIFICATION FOR INVASION 

CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
MS. WIOMAN TOPS AMATEUR 

UNION, CENTRAL PICKED CIAA'S TEAMS TO bFAT 
NCCU'S TATE TOP DEFENDER 
TWO EAGLES GET HONORS 

CENTRAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE CENTRAL MEOICAL INC. 

CENTRAL MEOICAL INC. 

IT'S TOUCH LOCATING COUNTY BUILDINGS 
LAND SiilTCH SET TO REHEOY BUILDING ERROR 
COMMISSIONERS FACE LAND SHOP 

CENTRAL MEOICAL PARK 

SEE CENTRAL MEOICAL INC. 

CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE 
THEY ARE TEACHING WITHOUT PAY 
COMPUTERS VERY EFFECTIVE AS TFaChERS OF READING 

CENTRAL PRISON 

SEE ALSO PRISilNS. N.C. 

CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYER SUPPORTS SUIT 

FORMER U.S. ATTORNEYS SAY TIMING OF SUIT IS STRANGE 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TAKES UNWISE ACTION 

INMATES MOVFO TO NEW PRISON 

PRISON OFFICIAL GOES TO BAT FIR A MURDERER TURNED HERO 

COURAGEOUS INMATE MERITS EARLY PAROLE 

INMATE DIES IN HIS CELL 

STATE CALLS FEDERAL SUIT ON PRISON BIAS 'FRIVOLOUS' 

STATE'S NEW GAS CHAMBER FOUND UNSAFE 

GALLOWS HUMOR 

GAS CHAMBER CALLED UNSAFE 

RACE DISCRIMINATION SUIT AGAINST PRISONS DROPPED 

INMATE DENIED CLEMENCY 

AIDS SUSPECTED IN INMATE'S DEATH 

3R0 INMATE HAS AIDS 

-IIJRY AWARDS INMATE $32,500 IN N.C. PRISON ABUSE CASE 

PRISON OFFICIALS PLAN NO CHANGE IN FIRE-HOSE POLICY 

CENTRAL PRISON INMATE FOUND DEAD IN HIS CELL 

COURT UPHOLDS N.C. ACTION IN PRISON HOSTAGE CASE 

PRISON PROVES TOUGH TASK FOR WRECKERS 

COMMON SENSE KILLS SUIT 

PASSING PARADE 

CASTLEBERRY IN CENTRAL 

PRISONER DIES: AIDS SUSPECTED 

GAS CHAMBER FALLS 

INMATE AT CENTRAL COMMITS SUKIOE 

CENTRAL PRISON, DEATH ROW 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 
INMATE ON DEATH ROW DIES 

CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

SEE ALSO CENTEL CORP. ICHICACOI 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES. N.C. 

SOME PHONE SERVICE SEVERED 

^^U'lk FIRM^SEEKS LICENSE ON :ellULAR PHONE SYSTEM 

TWO COMPANIES TO SEEK CELLULAR PHONE SYSTEM 

';I5'J?H.IE1-I''"0''e PLANS TO REIUCE RATE REQUEST 

UTILITIES AGREEMENT TO RAISE TAX RATE 

CENTRAL TELEPHONE GETS RATE HIKE 

NEW PHONE CHARGE REQUESTED 

CENTEL TO CONSOLIDATE OPERATIONS 

CENTURY III LEADERS 
AWARD PRESENTED 

CENTURY Jl (REAL ESTATE OFFICESI 

500 BLANK CHECKS TAKEN IN BREAK-IN AT REALTY OFFICE 
TWO MEN CHARGED WITH FORGING ZHECKS 

CENTURY Club 

SPRING FORMAL 

CERAMICS 

SEE Aisn DURHAM CERAMIC GUILD 
CERAMICS ON DISPLAY 

CEREALS 

CEREAL COUPONS TO AID MUSEUM 

CEREBRAL PALSY HOSPITAL 

SEE LENOX BAKER CEREBRAL PALSY » NO CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF N.C. 

CERTAIN SENTENCING 

SEE CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT 

STATE UPS INTEREST RATE ON CDS 
BANKS' RULES CHANGING 

CERIIflED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

CPA CONFERENCE SET AT DUKE DURING MAY 
DURHAM MAN ELECTED TO NATIONAL CPA POST 

CERVICAL CANCER 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO PAP SMEARS 

MERPES-CANCER LINK 'DISTURBING' 

C'EST LA VIE (RESTAURANTI 

"6^IS8^°5LlPiaA!sl^ig^rLlI?''fA^'°"'^'^^°"'"° 

Chad I 

SAND CASTLE ICARTOONI 

•A VERY ATTRACTIVE IDEA. MR. PRESIDENT..." ICARTOONI 

CHADBOURN. N.C. 



E 



DATE 


S 
E 
C 


PC 


! 


12/08/83 


A 


22 


3 


5/2^/83 


a 


1 



H 3 5/05/83 a 1 
H 3 U/OB/83 B 1 
S 2 11/08/63 A 11 



2/20/83 
ll/02/n3 



8/17/83 B 

8/28/83 G 

9/27/fl3 B 

10/04/83 D 



2 8/20/83 A 1 P N BSl 
2 8/24/83 a 1 N B81 
2 10/15/B3 A I N aei 



H 1 


1/21/83 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


9/22/83 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


1/02/83 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/02/83 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


l/0'./83 


A 


4 


E 


M 2 


1/19/83 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


1/20/83 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/27/83 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/16/83 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/27/83 


A 


5 


N 


S 1 


'./26/83 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


',/2a/83 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


<./2e/e3 


A 


17 


N 


H 2 


5/12/83 


D 


6 


N 


H 2 


5/26/83 


B 


I 


N 


H 2 


5/28/83 


A 


8 


N 


S 2 


5/30/83 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/05/83 


A 


9 


N 


S 2 


6/08/83 


C 


14 


N 


H 2 


6/14/83 


A 


12 


N 


H 2 


7/2'./83 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


8/03/83 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


8/07/83 


C 


5 


N 


S 2 


8/15/83 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


8/27/83 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


9/17/83 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/20/83 


A 


9 


N 


H 1 


10/15/83 


B 


1 P 


P 


H 2 


11/17/63 





6 


H 



H 2 10/06/83 A 



H 1 


2/09/83 B 




N 




H / 


3/08/83 B 




N 


1 41 


S 7 


3/08/83 A 




N 




H 1 


3/09/83 B 




N 




H t 


6/08/83 B 




N 


H6n 


H 1 


6/23/83 a 




N 




H ? 


10/12/83 A 




N 


1 41 


H 2 


12/22/83 A 


6 


N 





S 2 11/04/83 A 10 P P M66 



H 2 11/29/83 A 17 N A54 
H 2 12/01/83 B 4 N 



S 2 4/18/63 a 1 P P T37 

S 2 10/07/83 A 2 P P C56 
S 2 12/24/83 A 3 N J56 



7/17/83 
9/29/83 C 



4/24/83 C 
10/02/83 D 



H 2 4/22/83 A 



H 2 
H 2 



5/18/83 C 
5/24/83 B 



N 481 
N BBI 



8/10/63 A 4 T T R56 
9/21/83 D 4 T T R56 



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honthly/a'* 



NtlAL INDEX 



f.HttieS «£IURN 10 THEIP HO-ES NE.R CH.OBOO«~ 
'^""•'■^jSoCe ORDERS RESTITUTION fRO« FIR" 
^"'lifoJSE^S'J'v'.'ci.HeER ARTS SOCIETY 
'^"'StfDSLiS^'SA'HBER OF COH-ERCE 

CM»«>>«GNE 

^^ctE^?!?} MAS POP-UL.R lOE. 

'"""^EhiScFLLO^R^BSlLOINC COHPLETIOX DATE SET 

rS:N?^it8iiuILblNE'li RERORTEO HALF SOLO 

CHANGE ,. -EN'S COUNSELING P.OGR.« 0- OOHESTIC VIOLENCE, 
?eI IlSO BaTTEREO "OXEN 

itig S?-^I)^u2iS^' i^A COA inON FOR MATTERED -OHEN 
I^nII :ii'At\'l\Vl'^hlt%lVr.'.^^'^ LIVES 

CHANUKAH 

SEE H*NURK*H 

"1llltl8'fS^^SAl^^JHl2..,-u,,,,..oN 

SEE ALSO OOWNTOWN CMAPEL f'^keL hILL OFFICE , , 

II ItIS i^/p^oJSf/T i cJR Tfc^-Si^SSION. CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO HOTELS. CHAPEL HLL ^^^^^ ^_^., 

"^wIsa^t" ES ANKIiA?I0NSR0SP£CT5 

5 ;b5gr?L2s„:i^bs y§ «-i?iinger, 
'c^pft :;;itt. g s 2 n/; Ero^F^tcE 

ChIpIl HILL BUCKLES UP 



CHAPEL HILL 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
ANNEXA 
ANNEX A 
CHAPEL 
CHAPEL 

auASA 

BILLIN 

COUNCI 

OWASA 

HARK T 

PLANNE 

ANNEXA 

UNI VER 

PAYING 

2 CITI 

COUNCI 

ANNEXA 



N.C., ANNEXAT 

CaRRBOOO. n.c. 
I Chapel hill. ^ 

HON PLAN CLEAK 
HON POSES PROB 
„ILL ANNEXES T 
HILL ANNEXES 5 
STILL HULLS POL 
iGSlEt backs SEw 
L VOTES to RECO 
STUDIES ANNEXAT 
ME SOUNO OF ViL 
RS TO DISCUSS A 
TION STEP CLOSE 
SITY HEIGHTS SE 
FOR SEkER WORK 
ES .(ANT CONTROL 
L EXPECTED TO A 
TION IS APPROVE 



ION 

,:ctrp".">NG DISTRICT 
IeS'IoS^O^aIa, ORANGE TOHNS 

PACT ON ■iORTH SIDE 

7 ACRES OF LAND 

ICY ON AVNEXATION 

!nsider^h3TEl-notel tax 
ion prospects 

LAGE BOO" 

SAID KEY IN ANNEXATION 

PPROWE ANNEXATION 




^"*nk y^sh-ASE^MDE^iJuis 

SEE iLSQ OXFORD HiLLS aP 
SEE ALSO TI-BERLYNE SuBO 

III aCso university GARO 

"«NE? SOUGHT TO REPAIR 
fHAPEL HILL COUNCIL HE 
IpiRTSENI PROJECTS IN 
CHAPEL HILL GETS PROPO 
DEVELOPERS PROPOSE NEW 
RfSIDENTS OPPOSE OIFQR 

SIsioIntI rap QJFORD h 

OXFORD HILLS HEATEDLY 
APPROVAL SOUGHT FOR OF 
PINEY HOunTAIN CONTRaC 
CONSTRUCTION NEARS 
TIHSEBLYNE VILLAGE TO 
OFVELOPHENT HEARINGS 
DEaATE ON OXFORD HILL 
COUNCILHEN Tu»N DOKN 
PLANNERS TO AIR OFNSIT 



'PaPART^ENTS ICHAPEL hILLI 

c'::''!s;^0MiNiu-s 
ni^ro^.i^Hrpi^HV Vnc., 

e!; APARTMENTS ICHAPEL HiLL. 

*SaIs fS? oiER BOO HOUSING UNITS 

HOUSING 
HILLS PLAN 
ILLS PLAN 
OPPOSED 
VEL0P"ENTS 
T AMAR06 

SHARE It BONO SALE 
'continues at COUNCIL 
XFORO Hi LLS 



.C.l 



'^"'"'UsiNi pInE: TO^JeEP GEORGIA AUDITING FIRH 

^-?h?iitEL''H^::.^S^J^"H-S?s^3=;?ti^:ENT 

CHAPEL 



E C T S 

5 ' 
N E t L 

S DATE C PG L 

H 2 12/31/83 A 5 



PaGC 101, 
l/n/8'. 



2 2/10/83 A 20 



H 2 6/30/83 C 1 P F H95 



S 2 i./I6/83 A J 
H 2 './17/R3 A 4 
H 2 "./n/BS A 21 



3/2f>/83 B 
8/2T/B3 C 
9/2B/R3 a 
10/l')/83 a 
12/11/83 



U36 

U36 



2 10/31/83 A T 
2 U/21/83 A 1 



H 2 ''/03/83 

H 2 <./03/33 

H 2 './03/a3 

H 2 5/31/93 

S 2 6/27/83 

« 2 8^27/83 

H 2 9/09/S3 

H 2 10/02/83 

H 2 10/06/83 

S 2 10/20/83 



B<.6 
N36 



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l/l9/''3 a 
1/20/83 B 
2/15/93 B 
2/15/83 4 
3/17/83 B 
3/24/93 a 
3/29/fl3 a 
<,/03/93 
i,/03/93 D 
<,/16/B3 B 
<,/21/83 a 
5/17/83 B 
5/17/93 A 
6/15/93 a 
7/02/93 C 
7/06/93 a 



1 N 


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3/15/83 a 






3/15/93 A 






3/19/93 B 






4/06/83 A 






4/06/83 A 






6/21/83 B 






6/21/93 A 






7/06/83 6 






7/17/83 C 






a/16/83 C 






8/16/93 A 






8/23/83 A 






9/16/83 






9/20/83 a 






10/11/93 3 




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10/15/83 B 

<,/l3/n3 3 


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"yili'i?^iiiR-s"s"5ij^^ss^MErMsr-"-" 

fHAPEL MILL, N.C. BICYCLES 
'"see BICYiLt LANES 

ill %yiMKi';i""""- "'"' ■-"- - ■■- 



H90 

U36 



N KAS 



S 2 9/28/B3 A 1 ^ 

H 2 10/01/83 B 1 N Bdl 



1/1<./S3 B 5 

1/25/83 A 3 

2/23/93 6 1 

2/26/83 C 1 

3/09/83 B I 

3/25/83 A 16 

3/29/83 6 I 

3/29/93 A 3 

i,/l2/»3 6 1 



N 


N36 


N 


N36 


N 


W36 


N 


W36 


N 


M36 


N 




N 


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■tlUAL INOEX 

1/01/33 - U/31/(13 



n?aoiHu MPHOAY nu uSc OF FEnEiAU MONtY 
^AIFS Tnuc,( PBUPQ541 HEADED FIR HfARINt 
CHAPEL HILL uIO'-.cT SHOWS ? .bX SPEMUfMG INCREASE 
TnwN COU.vriL GETS PaOPOSEO 3U1CET 

rn«N rjiiNCiL tolo of 175,000 jim-jFall 

PIIBLK HEARINGS SFT ON "UOGFT. SPENDING PLANS 

aOAPO TAKINi-, U AGENCIES' CAS^ REOUFSTS 

illur.ET HEADING PLANNED roHlGHr IN CHAPEL HILL 

C'^U^lCIL"AN RaPPFU during HEARING 

NF., HOME Fuft .JaRKSHQP SOUGHT 

UnAPO IN ChaPFl hill to DISTRIaiirF 145,000 

HU'IAN SFRVICES RECUESTS ARE R' O'JCEO in l.3J,ft6? 

jwasa askfo to fix ScWERS ALOIG i CREFkS 

COUNCIL APpRuvts »3^,86^ for iuhan services needs 

UO MILLION CHAPEL HILL .SUDGEI OK'D 

Chapel hill rluOGET OK'D 

HtARl^G HINGES ON SChFOULF 0« 

CUR1 YOUR HUOGETS, TOWN OFFICIALS TOLD 

MANAGER SAYS TOWN bUOGET CAN >ISt •,% 

CHAPFL HILL, N.C., 8USFS 

SFE ALSO CHAPFl HILL dOARD OF Tl ANSPOR T AT ION 

sfe also chapfl mill transportation dfpt. 
Chapel hill eyes transit money 

BUS GUIVERI- UNIFORMS COMF OF^- TilF HANGFh 

Chapel hill hus drivers to we\k new unifuRms 

Chapel hrl driver in uniform 

higher prices for bus fares. "assfs urged 

HUS RlOfR FARFS, PASSES MAY KlSf IN LHAPfL HILL 
SURVEY: BUS RIDERS ARE 'PCItTTr SATISFIED" 
5US RI3fRSHl? SURVEY STUDIED 'Y PLANNERS 
BUS FARE INCREASE ON HOLD 

BUS ridfrSt{Ip in charfl hill orops in JUNF 

NURSING HOME FIRfc PROMPTS CALL TIP EMIRGtNLY PLANNING 

G BUS Rnurt TO niSSECT CAMPUS 

IIUS TICKET POLKy WOULD HIKE '■RlLFS 

rilARFL HILl, N.t., BUMNFSSL' 
Nf R STilwi ,jR, tr, 

SHUPS SltRINo STUDENT BUSINFs; 
7.<,00 ENROLLEO IN HEALTH PLAN 
NFw STORt IN GhAPEL HiLi 
CHAPEL I'ILL MERCHANTS R^POkT ' jU sk fluSINISS 

Smjppi RS JAM Durham storls 

Cmapfl HlLi, N.C., Christmas pahad' 

CmkISTMas PAMAUf SET FUR OEC. ) 
E°ANKLIN ST. CLOSED EOR PARAO 
SOMI LIKi. 11 WLl 
RAINto ON TmlIR parade ' 

ChAPFL HlLL, N.C., CIIY FHPLOYFfS 

1". OFFEP RESUMES FUR HOUSING JOl 

PANEL PARES DIRECTOR LIST UOWJ TO ", 

H0USI\G DIRFCTni SEARCH NAR80JS IN C.IARFL HlLL 

HU MILLION CHAFtL HILL BUOGET OK • u 

CHAPFL HILL, N.C., CONDOMINIUMS 

SFE ALSO CHAPEL MILL, N.C., APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO Chapel mill, n.c, mou'INg 

SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

SFE ALSO LAUREL HILLS I C ONOOM I NI UM i L 

ChaPEI hill gets PROPOSALS FCH OVER 

DEVELOPERS PRnpoSE NEW HOUSIN", 

PLANNING PuARO OKS CONDOS 

APPROVAL SOUGHT FOR OE VF1.0PMEN T « 

CONOOMIMUM SALES AIMED AT STJDE.JTS 

BOARD BACKS ADDITION OF 10 CQMJOMINIUMS 

CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCED 

DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS MONDAY 

COUNCIL -HEARS' -LIMIT DENSITY' 

CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON CONDOMINIUMS 



SUBJECT 



SUimivlSIDNI 

'lOU HOUSING UNI TS 



CHAPFL HILL, N.C. ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill town council, elections 

^ Lit?? Chapel HILL/CARRtiORO B3ARJ OF EDUCATION. ELECTIONS 
S^?Yco Jt^'^^'°''5 '*°^* 8: <. BOARDS HAVE OPENINGS 

ol'*2J°5Ifl''lki f^" "l*^ "<° SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 
Thr'Ie F'l'tE'FSR""ELE"c?iONs"-'-'"'"'"'""' '"°"'- """^ 

Uiihiiirok se;sNEo'7S'?5Kl^^lJes'"'' '"" "'" '""'' 

THORPF SEEKING CHAPEL HILL SEAT 

THORPE FILES FOR COUNCIL 

CHAPEL HILL MAYOR TO SEEK RE-= LECTION 

fn;!;Scr,V Ki- ?;'"" "^KS 2N0 T-RM; FILING ENDS TODAY 

i'irtVill'^' tPUWS IN ORANGE RACES 

RACES SET UP FOR mqsi SFATS AS FILING ENDS 

FORUM TONIGHT AT POST OFFICE 

IHUROUGHFARF PLAN APPROVAL IS EXPECTED 

Two FORUMS SCHEDULED NEXT weE< 

LEAGUf PLANS VOTER FURUMS 

CANOIOATtS FCflUM SUNDAY 

CAjDIDATES ARE DIVIDED ON CHA= EL HILL LIBRARY 

GROWTH ISSUE DOMINATES CHAPEL SiLL rXcES 

FIVE SeERlNG SCHOOL OOARO SEATS 

'• ELECTIONS SLATED IN ORANGE 

OrInS c'SSrT^ {SRSS.T'EioiT''^'^"'- ""■""' '" "' ^"•'-^■' 
2 CHALlFNGE?S elected to CHAP'L hill BOARD 
BAKER LEADS CANDIDATES IN SCMDOL HOARD RACE 
a .CHALLENGERS GET COUNCIL S'ATS 

'■'^"'^k.Pi'-k!,'^;'^" ELLCTIONS. fndoisfmfnts 
PACE PICKS 4 CANDIOATFS IN BmRO RACE 
5 BALKED FOR SCHOOL UNIT 

"^"'f'C HILL, N.C, EMPLOYEES 

SEE CHAPtL HILL, N.C, CITY lMPluYEFS 

CmaPFL HILL, N.C, fFuEKAL C. IMMUNITY OFvELOPMCNI FUNDS 
SEE ALSO FEDERAI CuMM.JNITY DLVEL OPME N T FUNDS '^"'"' 
t^wN JoN'T :,LI l/sccno GRANT 
f,':'??^ '"f- ''"'■ I'l'CCEI MfLTl-lOS 
NASSlf, ORJAUFUOI CLASH OVER CRANT 
GRANT LOSS CAUSES DISPUTE AT lEFTING 
TOWN MCR. POINTS flNuER AT AurHORIrv 
f;!Si;fi, ,';'^'- »"Nf«FS TRACT UN NUHIH SIDl 
COMMUNITY U'vfLOPMtNI MFAPING SCI 
MONEY SOUGHT TO REPAIR 79 APTS^ 

P-I*,f.r',, '"J;^,'^"'^""-"- HEARS PLAN Tj RENOVATE APARTMENTS 
COUNCIL VOTfS TO RLCUNSIOER HUrL-MnTCL ,;, '"^"'" "^ '^ ' ^ 



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HOUSING GRULlP EYES GRANT 



FEuEBAL GSANTS 



STREETS 




SEE ALSO APPLE CHILL FAIR 

IcF ALSO CmaPEl TmRILL 

sll ItsO F?STIFALL (CHAPEL "ILL. 



I E :t S FESTIVAL, N.C. 
&LEH«OaC PLANS FAIR 
FAIR FUN 



, GARBAGE cacLECTlON 




JURY STUDIES CANNADA CASE 



BFv^^S^^^'^'^-^"^ 



CHAPEL HiLLi 

Chapel 



Chapel hIll. h 
SEE CHAPEL 



H^C^-JE^^S?i7s°^^IV^?*2SvE.ENTS 
». r - "HANGOUTS" 

, S.C.. BARS 
"ISTCRIC.BuILnlNGS^ANO^yOUSES^^^. 



■^"'•■'^INGHiA SCHnOLTOai'iuCTioNh SATURDAY HORN. 
Sr? »E ?^ih?'S&El2 SEuli^?N OLD LA. OFFIC 




GOvERNME,.. - -- ,,,.. 
GRANGE CLOSINGS LI STlO 



GRANGE CLOSINUa LI51CU p MONJAY 

^jiN°!r!5u;:frES^? sgAo^j'"""^-''" 
fo^iH^ i^F^^iv^s^ssLroi p/i'^NG 

nnilDAY SCHEDULES ANNOUNCED 
SoST WORKERS GET HOLIDAYS OFF 

fu.oFi mTili N.Ci mOuSING 

Ml a'lSO ChIpeI: Hltt'HSSsiNG AWTHORITY 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

Souse ppoblem RRQ"eis I'lks 



TalM A5Gyr«?u$LS?^'^f;Jn 




GING SETTlE'<EnT 



COUNCILXEN TAKE OATH 



chapel hill, N.C. .land use 




CMAPEL HiLL 
SEEALSn 



N.C.. OFFICE PROPERTY 
CUROPA HILL 




DATE 



"./Ot/^i A 
T/l'./?3 b 
9/02/53 B 
9/02/83 A 
11/30/83 C 



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PUT THERE'S ENOUGH BEING BUILT. 



S«£ 
OF" 

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chapel 



cifc cohplE* approved 

nrilNr plans set FOR STUDY 
ItgiNG COMPLETION SCHEDULED 

1 HlLL, N.C, ORDINANCES 
USE PFRHIT -OVE GETS ;Np' VOI- 
rHAPEL HILL 'EGG LADY' GETS "«RN 
•FCC LAOY- IS TOLD SHE PROKE L AW 
HlA^IN^SARf SET ON ORDINANCE 



FOR OCT. 



ING FROM POLICE 



PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED 

'"-sl^El^sh'cl5^R80»Sr5:2^/?AS^.N- 
SEE iCSO PARKING VIOLATIONS 



VA 'L\\°a SnIv Of N c -ChIpEl hill, parking 
^1- "e H i-?^knSU^ ?UJ.NG DECK 




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parking lot offer on acenoa 
- qokntokn parking qn council 4:enda 

town council to vote on parkimg lot purchase 
council oks purchasing parkin", lot 

Chapel hill, n.c, planning nisTRTT 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill, n.c annexation 

SEE ALSO chapel hill, n.c, iONING 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill planning biaro 

PLANNERS TU GET PROPOSAL ON STRIP OF DURHAM COUNTY 
PLANNING AREA EXTENSION TO 96 CONSIDERED 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C POPULATION 
97,000 IN CHAPEL HILL' 
HABK THE SOUND OF VILLAGE BQO'l 
BOARD LOOKS AT TOWN'S GROWTH 
TOWN PLANNERS CONSIDER DENSITY RULES 
COUNCIL TO DISCUSS TOWN'S FUTJRE 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE PROPERTY TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C, REVENUE SHARING FUNDS 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill, n.c, buket 

'^2'S^!-^""-'- F*CES choices in its 1983-a<, BUDGET 
hearing MONDAY ON USE OF FEDERAL HONEY 
WATER TOWER PROPOSAL HEADED FTR HEARING 

CHAPEL HILL , N.C. , SEwERS 

SEE ALSO CARflHORO, N.C, SEWER LINES 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, WATER RATES 
5lE *'-5S "«50N FARM WASTEWATER TREATMEMT PLANT 
SEE ALSO ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 
OWASA STILL NULLS POLICY ON A^^NEXATIaN 
~ BILLINGSLEY BACKS SEWER LINE 

OWASA APPROVES BUDGET 

'i'i"(lr^llt "f't-HTS SEWEP FINANCING IS QUESTIONED 

PAYING FOR SEWER WORK SAID KEY IN ANNEXATION 

WATER BOARD MAY PAY FOR TOWN'S BONDS 

TOWN COUNCIL TO CONSIDER SEWE) IMPROVEMENT PLAN 

TOWN SEWER Plan approved 

HFARING TO FOCUS ON USE OF RUMOS TO IMPROVE SEWERS 
SEWFR LINE ISSUE ON AGENDA 

Chapel hill to get t5i9,ooo 

TOWN TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR SEWR WORK, STREETS 
SINK SMOKES? CONTACT WATER, SFWER AGENCY 

Chapel hill, n.c, streets 

ROAD PLAN TO PE presented 

CHAPEL HILL THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

CONCERNS VOICED OVER ROADS PLAN 

WIDENING OF BYPASS RAPPED 

WIDENING OF HIGHWAY OPPOSED 

MASON FARM LOOP DRAWS FIRE 

BOARD MFMBtR OPPOSES ROAD ON •'ASON FARM 

THOROUGHFARf PLAN THREAT TO MASON FARM 

DISAGREEMENT ERUPTS ON ORANGE ROAD PLAN 

mason farm under sifge 

panel: Put road loop below FA<M 

approval of i routes delayed 

fkJJ'W"',?9'"° '5KS CHANGES I-l ROAD PLAN 

SESSION SET ON ROAD PLAN FOR tHAPFL HILL 

COUNCIL SETS FINAL HEARING ON ROAD PLAN 

SOUTHERN ROAD LOUP RAPPED 

ROAO PLAN POSTPONED FOR A MONTH 

CHAPEL HILL DELAYS ROAD PLAN STUDY 

BILL WOULD HALT CONSTRUCTION 

TOWN PLANNERS BACK PARKER ROAT EXTENSION 

OWASA ASKED TO FIX SEWERS ALONG J CREEKS 

CHAPEL HILL TO GET »519,000 

I2SS '9 f^VIDE FUNDS FOR SEwCR WORK, STREETS 

THORuUGHFARF PLAN APPROVAL IS EXPECTED 

CHAPEL HILL GETS NEW ROAD PLAN 

TAYLOR TELLS EXTENSION PLAN 

VI!^:S*1Jf?': t?"-!- SUPPORTS NEW THOROUOHFARt PLAN 

THOROUGHFARE PLAN APPROVED BY TOWN PANEL 

ciSRRSR^ L?rruci''T2JiiiPJ''& i-!""^'- ""-I- THOROUGHFARE 
CARR80R0 SWITCHES THOROUGHFAfir PLANS 

ChAPEL HILL, N.C, TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 
BUDGET PLAN WONT MIKE TOWN TA X£ S 
«10 MILLION CHAPEL HILL BUOGfT OK • 

cmapel hill, N.c, taxes 

HI *|-|0 £Sil?I;""'f'" TAXES, CHAPEL HILL 
^^i.'t??..^?"'^'^'''* f"ESl ChaJel hill 

iA^?:'£itr?S¥jRi:;N,ljy?'f2x'^Y^s"^^"'^^ 
jsss ^?rtitK?^;iE\fSG'"" "'''' ^" "'^^ 

innkefpfhs vow to fight room tax 
town council gets proposed budget 

Chapel hill, n.c, teen center 

council to retain cable rate control for next 2 years 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. , TRASH COLLECTION 

SEE CHAPEL HILL, N.C, GARBAGE COLLECTION 

Chapel HILL, n.c, water lines 

COUNCILMAN CALLS FOR MORATORIUM ON WATER TAPS 

SSkJogK^^"'"^!- ""-L WATER TAPS URGED 

BROAOFOOT WANTS PERMITS TIED TO TAP MORATORIUM 

S^tR^tNE^SS^iSA^g^liS^^E?^^^'^ HEARING°%^°?ip""3AN 

HEARING SET ON WATER HOLD 

WATER-TAP MORATORIUM REQUESTED 

OWASA WOES GET HEARING 

OWASA SETS PUBLIC HEARING TODAY 

!:'I?'^'I!''.SE'' 0" HALT TO WATER CONNECTIONS 

JSItrSy .'-2^S^ OPPOSE WATER TAP MOrItORIUM 

MORATORIUM ON WATER TAPS PUT ASIDE NOW 

OWASA DROPS MORATORIUM 

'■"'?^fe H'tk','*''^-' ""E" R»TES 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill, n.c, sewers 

"«»5tl2v?''S!i5i = "*^E'' *"D sewer AUTHORITY 
mystery: where HAS ALL THEIR WATER GONE? 

"■"'fft 'I'.'t^V"-'^" ZONING 

III iHS rStSi'- "!'-'■• ''•'^•' PLANNING DISTRICT 

III tHR CM'PfC HILL PLANNING B1 ARO 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C, ZO'UNG 



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H 3 <./23/83 B 
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3/17/63 B 

3/2'./n3 B 

3/2<f/n3 A 

3/25/83 e 

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5/17/83 B 

5/17/83 A 

7/07/83 B 

7/09/83 B 

7/12/83 n 
8/31/83 
8/31/83 
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10/12/83 


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10/20/93 


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COUNTY PLANNING UOARO 
SHOPPING CSNTEI 

t^0^is°F;;^hgsFE'BY COH.ITTEE 
ET ON CROINANCE 
S SCHEDULED 
AR INGS "ONDAY 

• LIMIT OENSI TY • 
„ DO*N OXFORD Hi LLb 

"rEJECTsViTTLE hill PROPOSAL 
JECTS 16 APARTMENTS 
OVER OXFORD HILLS 

SEZONING DOES IQT "AXE SENSE 
|EJs°J;"0RD'ilLL .E20NING 
E OATH 

E PLAN TURNED DD-N 
DENY MCDONALD'S REQUEST 
ES HOLIDAY FOR < ING 
RMIT DENIED 



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AD OF EGAL DEPARTMENT NAME 



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CHlpEL'MRrfOLlCE CHANGES EYED 
STUdV CALLS FOR CHANGES 

CMAPFL HILL PALLET CO 
SEE ALSIDANCE 



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I^'tSf'-sIJiligmt- t2is weeJ's highlights 

ItgyLANO' SHINES, »ITHQUT STAJS 




panel: PUT ROAD LOOP BELOU F A< M 
-ISE "ECgMMENOATION 



^^niSn-i BEPUSE TO APPROVE LQ-IP 




NC Y PLANNING 



'""'"tH".ii\. '^T^l^Voll iWl'il'i FILL' A NECESSARY SERVICE 
CHAPEL HILL COMMUNITY SEIV I CE « E S TI TU T I ON PROGRAM 
SENTENCING PROGRAM AIDS COMMUNITY 

^"'"^^lS'c^^^R^^lu^'^Icumes chur:» 

^"*'^huSli.S?R;IcEs'A«NClFl'lN'">PEL HILL SEEK MONEY 
P^NEL LISTS TOP NEEDS FOR COUNCIL 
S^:R?^;?U"»"AP?r^HfrrTrO fTRiauTE ..e,DOO 
SERVICES COORDINATOR NAMED 

"'?|^E?iiVEL"SkL°5RKrP^??5f;Ji°'.'EPT. 

"'-yJlMPiiyii ^HIb^S ATTEND A CELEBRATION OF LIFE PARTY 

''UpIE hKlFiSe RATING to MOVE UP 

ll.r.,:VdJin^^U^^'t\:^ °^=E« inspection 

''''''llE^^^':BKiM^°AlVct^l^O „ITH A.SON 

TvL^hJ^n :y??%i^A^^-Na:ENT 

CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL 



S,^|"gS'EP WEEKEND 



huSilCULiM CHANGES PROPOSED 

BURGLARY CHARGES FlLcO ,jp nlUSPAPE" ahAkOS 



FOUND AT HIGH SCHOOL 



DETECTIVES 9EL I EVE STUOFNT 
POLICE FINGFRPRINT STUDENT 
POLICE CONTINUE P»UBc,„, 
rHiNGFS SPARK CONTROVERSY 
JUDGE HUNT TO SPEAK AT GRAOUaM 
BOARD bELAYS RENOVATION PROJE'-T 



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LUNCH ON CAMPUS 
CHAPEL HILL IF'ChFR 



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^h'a'peI: h l l JcheS "-ins fJcELLEnCE award 

5 ^^V^^uSISs^S^V ^EN AS NEEDED 
lisK FORCE LOOKS AT SCHOOL NEEDS 

■■"'"Vd^ Hui^^To's??'.; forR'Rii°'TO CHAPEL "ILL SCHOOL GRADUATES 
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CHAPEL HILL r»Kfi IIILt 
CHAPtl HILL hPS hOLI TFF NaRrnERu 
CHAPtL hlLL ■<!?', MILLSinS, 1^-1 
■<"CKEr; CLl'lCH TIE FUP P[G 5I< TITLF 

tisv PiXn rn '.ecgijl. 

Chapel hrl jIns; pfrson FLlMrN»rEo 

CHAPEL MILL HIGH SChOGL SPORTS. HASKEr^AUL 

Chapel mill Turns back joroan dlo 

SCCONn-OuARTER FLURRY SPARKS TIGERS' VICTnRY 

SPcCUL NA«E, SPECIAL PLAYER 

CHAPEL HILL SLIPS PAST VANCE, 58-5-* 

IIGFRS SPRINT PAST BULLDOGS 

CHAPEL MILL PROVES IT'S BEST I .M BIG Six' 

CHAPEL HILL FASTBRtAK RIPS KNIGHTS 

SKYING FOR ThF ILOCK 

sfab-perfect foul shooting pates tigers 
miller's tigers the perfect t=ah-> 

cmIiu^c'^'io 'IJ?^'c''3'^1!S^5' DA^iIS, TIGERS' MILLEI HN OPPOSITE SIDES 

5rj;";5 J'. PTS HELP CHAPEL HILL BY PERSON, 68-6i 

TIGFRS' hAHILIAR TACTICS HAND DURHAM bl--,! LOSS 

J'GErtS FRUSTRATING TO STRUGGLING BULLDOGS 

CHAPEL HILL OISPATCHES KNIGHTS IN BIG SIX AFFAIR 

Jl'ili? '^V'^'^ SHORTAGES OF EXPE^IF-lCE ANO INCHES 

CHAPEL HILL, SMITH BLOW OUT HTRNETS 

meticulous tigers attend to 0=tails 

Chapel hill. person meet 

chapel hill survives scare 

tigers rally by rockets 

behino SMITH, tigfks found way to survive 

;;?f?J ChUSH VANCE, finish 1 0- j [n LEAGUE 

TIuFRS PULL ON; SPARTANS SLIP 

SMITH'S SCARING BINGE PACES C^APEL HILL VICTORY 

RANMMO TURNS OUT KNIGHTS' II'.HTS »1LIUMT 

BIG SIX BFKTH ON LINE TONIGHT 

T GFRS POUT PERSON, ,IN BIG SIX TIILE 

Chapel hill STKFAKS by HUNTER HUSS 
CHAPEL hill J^JMPS HUSS 

chapel hill jrams top-rated P'. ge 

MATURE MANNING DRIBILES MORE LIFE INID PAGE LINEUP 
TAiK TO SINK PIRATES' SHIP 



TIGERS' 



l?^''^'X^° o^^L'^"9i''^ CHAPFl HILL FROM TITLE CHASE 

?^'-r?'"5,'''"f CP=Ar = D EQUAL FIR KNIGHTS' BROWNING 

i-fJS ''fI;.c"-'-f"'^ T"^"' <"'-^ CHALLENGE 

SMITH, CHIPFL HILL FAVORED TO SNARE FIFTH STRAIGHT TITlF 

GUARDS FEATURED IN ChAPFL H I LL -GR I MSL F Y CLASH 

SMITH SPARKS TIGERS' CHARGE BY GrImSLEy 

SMITH'S 31 DIRECT TIGERS OVER ENLOE 

SMITH'S ja KEY TIGERS' VICTORY 

SMITH'S «,<. KEYS TIGERS' WIN 

ChAPFL hill high iCHOOL SPORTS, FOTTBALL 

C"«PfL HILL FIRCS FOGTBALL COACH YUUNC 

LATt TO PASS BEATS CHAPEL HILL BY H-7 

CHAPIL HILL REMAINS WINLESS 

CHAPEL HILL GETS FIRST WIN, r -0 

CHAPtI MILL A 'DAVIO PL'YING ■.OLIATH' 

NURTMiKN -IPi CHAPLL HILL. 3i- J 

KMGhTS win nil 

BURTON POWERS NORThfRN nFFENS' 

HORNETS STING TIgFKS ON SCOTT'S (FLOVFRY 

BLOCKED KICK SAVES PLRSHM FOR U- 1 ) nIN 

hayfs. Three tos tame tigfrs. h-n 

i'mapfl mill high schuul sports, chls 
L'DY tiger; KOH 

CH^PlL MILL GIRLS SLIP PAST P R'.IN 

CHAPEL HILL, VANCF IN II I G SIX GIRLS FINAL 

VANCE ulKLi lOPPLF TIGERS 

CHAPEL HILL GlKLS CLAIM STATE TITLE IN CROSS COUNTRY 

CHAPFL HILL HIGH sniOOL SPORTS, 'IJ'CFR 

jnSKi:?: 'ciOAtWns'-wlN"' "'" " ""'"'< '■""f'^S 

TIGFRS "OVe Tfi SuCCfR SEMIS 

CMAPtL HILL GAINS SOCCER FINALS 

CHAPEL HILL CLAIMS STATE SOCCER TITLF 

SOCrtP TITL' "OSC'S SWAN SUNG T" TlGiRS 

CHAPEL HiLL HIGH IChOOL SPORTS, TEVNIS 

CHAPEL HILL NETS SECTIONAL TENNIS TITLE 

CH,(S OUO CAINS STATE SEMIFINALS 

CHAPEL HILL TENNIS TEAM PRJVI~ES PlFASANT SURPRISE 

CHAPcL HILL, -ISS SHAFFER WIN TIILES SURPRISE 

C"»PFL HILL HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZING "OMMITTCF 

CANDIDATES A,|E DIVIDED ON CHANEL HRL LIBRARY 

fhapfl mill motel ca. 

motfl eukopa sold to locals 

MOIfL EUKOPA manager VEPWOEP.UT Tj STAY 

CHAPFL HILL HOUSING AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO CHAPFL HILL, N.C., HOUSING 
TOhN WON'T GET »7'50,ODO GRANT 
£"»fEL HILL SETS nuDGET MEETINGS 
MOUSINu AUTHORITY APPROVES AD 
CHAPEL HILL POLICE CHANGES fy^D 
STUDY CALLS FOR CHANGFS 
NASSIF, 8ROAOF0OT CLASH OVER "RAJT 

iX^I'^ tSSs Causes dispute at 'ieeting 

J^^c^''"; <"1i^'^ FINGER AT AUTHORITY 
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r'n S'^ff? RESUMES FOR HOUSING JOB 
COMMUNITY DFVELOPMENT HEARING SFT 
TOWN MANAGER SEEKS ^ND ASSISTANT 

Sjl;;l,'*'S.oct'^i J? "f'"'' GEORGIA AUDITING FIRM 

PANEL PARES OIRFCTOR LIST OOWN TO ', 

HOUSI'IG OIR'CTOR SEARCH NAROOVS IN CHAPEL HIIL 

?E"!^t:;rT, = n*''fS''" '"^ CHOOSE CHIEF SBON '■ "" '" 

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;jE'?jNrC^IveS"llNl?"HS;N-AlN RESIDENTS Snu« 
pInEY in^NTAlN CariTBACT A-ARDFO 

'HSSsIN^'piNEu'M'.^'LIST CONCERNS OVER TAKEnvER 
hOUSINO GROUP EVES GRANT 

"•^sl^ 7i^TUl?irT'»roE)Kc^?"w^SOCIAL SERVICE 

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?^RilCe\E»OU?°«EHBERS -OOEL FASHIONS .T BRUNCH 

'^"'■'M 1}\n ch5J6l°h1l: .TTORt.FY'S OFFICE 
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SEE MINISTERS. N.C. 
^"'"^TH^^Lrr^H^N^^uiiH^eS^^^HANGING 

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Chapel hill ?i-JSF,'''Si?LrS.c. . planning district 

lit / ^^^----^SrO PLAN..N. ARE. 

^^conceSns Voiced over «o'OS pl'-'^ 

fi^^N^'LTD^SiiEE-S Ci ED 

rp?L^:;rL^i^N^Er"E^haS^^i^s r.ih.c dec. 

ESTES extfSsicn ouestioneo 

?2jSFr'H?LL°5 l2? °»oSS p'LAr''TU0Y 
^aSS^Th?'sOUNO Of VILLAGE BOO- 
SniSn APPROVES SHOPPING CENTER 
S ^ThrscSl^s\rN??2^T^0N 

tl^ ^^^^B^l^^^U., HEIGHTS 

^rlS'i SosI ' .N0e5'?RM?ERS IN CHAPEL HILL 

t?ioS "Q^aSES PARKING SOLUTIN ^^^^^ „j^^ ^,,„ „q t.X HUE 

r?u^^s^^iD^3N'?ss?;HiRi-°^SoP 

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i^Sr"DA?"A°?oSGi^ ON^AH-S HEAD TRAFFIC 

ss:.Si:5,s:."a;; sssss.,.. 

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fblSSrSa? Sejec s^U 'apUtSfSts'- 

COloSy LAKE PERMIT DENIED 

CAPTAIN promoted 
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S Ei "itt Sf'TirTrvl U*^?RE) AFTER BEING CHARGED WITH OU . 

SR;£jE°?3uN°TY"S'rSAK?"JEWER RU^ BUSTS 
SuSri ARIES FAIL IN CHAPEL HILL 
CHAPEL HILL BURGLARIES ARE DO^ N 

S'r'uNke'n'SrI^S^ rorTS^oSERINT, PRnPQSITlUN 

PoANT Qk"o TO FINANCE PROGRAM 

Is iflUS- VL?Jr{ASrrES?;ir?^ CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS 

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Sft ALbT fHAPFL HILL PUrtLIC iAF U PKHI.RAM, aFFILfifS 

OijHHA'" fitrinint, AS PULicc qfucfk 

FhaPFL MfLL PiJlICt STATinN 

ASSAULT CTNVlCriJNS UPHFLP 

THApfL HtLL PRF jFi^vAT inn sncitTy 

pjestiivAiioN scciFrr slatfs cihistmas tour 

GALA K ICHS OFF TUUS 

UNC CmiPLF FINOS nOEAM MOUSF I fi ULU LAU uFUCF 

CHAPEL MILL IS HQ5T fna CHKlSIMAi rouP s 

Chapel mill public lidRarv 

EIPCRTS m APPRAISt BOOKS 

Chapel hill kESIOEnrs lists wants 
is.oon pcokS to iJE srjLD 

some win, STIC LOSE IN "OOK APPRAISAL 

5'.'°" 55!;^ expected to DPAH FNTmuSIaSTIC TAh HEEL THRONG 

KN0t.LE3Ce, LOVE BARGAINS AT SALE 

LOCn ^EING SilUCHT 

CANPIOATES ArfC DIVIIEO "N CMA:> EL HILL LIbRARY 

LlbRAPY TQ -AOr ANNIUFHSARY 

CHAPEL HILL LIBRARY OFFERS BASIC TmINGS FOR PATRONS 

THE MAYOR M'i THERE, AS WAS BSRThGLOMEw 

folks aruuno here: how's that aga in? . , .l i ttl t known facts 
Chapel hill public safety program 

SEE ALSO CHAPFL hill FIRE DEPT. 

SEE ALSO Chapfl hill POLICE 3=Pr. 

SEc ALSO rO'<MAIin POST OPERATION PR}CEnuRt 

001 ARKISTb IN CmAPFL mill PIE 

KNOW The ENE^HY 

PLAN HELPS PSOS KEEP CALM 

Chapel hIll pu'ilic safety pRncRAx, officers 

SEE ALSn CmaPFL hill POl ice OFPf., OFFICERS 

OFFICER RAPS Chapel hill jail 

CmaPEL mill public WORKS OEPT. 

INCONSISTENT POLICY ON ""RUSH 1 EIOVAL 

CMAPEL mill RECREATION OEPT, 

SEE ALSO ChAP'^L MILL/CARSeoRO R-CREATIJN PROGRAM 
TAX-SUESIDI2E0 PROGRA-S UNUFRCUT YMCA 
LOGIC WRONG ON YMCA. RECREaTHN FEES 
PARKS JEPARTMFNT PLANS TRIPS 
MIKES, TRIPS ARE SCMEHULEO 
RECREATION CLASSES STILL OP^N 
POOL TO BE CLOSFD FOR 2-3 WEE'S 
POOL TO CLOSE FOR LEAK REPAIR 
CrilLUOEN'S PARTY AT CHAPEL MILL 

CMAPPL HILL RESERVOIR 

SEE CANE CREEK REStRVOIR 

SEE ORA»:GE WATER AND SEWER auTmtRIIY 

SEE JNIV. LAK': 

CHAPEL HiLL PtSlntNTIAL RETIREMENT CFnTER, INC. 
SEE ALSO CAROL wOnuS (RETIREMFNI COMPLEX! 
CnunT TELLS CAROL wlOCS TO PAY TAX 

CMAPFL MILL nOAJ 

RFMnvINC. OliSIACLt 

CmaPFL hILL StPvICF LEAGUE 

SEE CHAFtL HILL JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGIJt 

CrtAPFL MiLl ST. FAIR 

SEE F'STIFALL (ChAPFL HILL, N.C.I 

CmAPFL mILI TELtPHONf CO. 

ifE S'^UlMfBN MLLL IFLEPHDNE CO. 
SEc IFlFPHUNlS, N.C. 

Chapel hill town ll erk 

COUNCIL APPHOVLS HOLIDAY FOR flNu 

'■""''hsr'tL;'i'?''-'l5re'Ts''NR"'5h? ""'^'- ""■'• """'° "'= "LDERMENl 
PLANNING HOARD CHANGE OISCOSS''U 
COUNCIL MFM'LRS MEET WIIH F I R'l DOING STUUY 
CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL TO HOLD H^ARINuS 
CHAPEL HILL CYES TRANSIT MONEY 
CHAPLl MILL MAY PICK HARrETT «s ATTOKNtY 
HEAD IF LfOAL DFPARTMENT N'AMET 
TOWN HOIi'I r,tT iT'iU.uOO GRANT 

Chapel mill sets budget meetugs 
nas^if, bruaueuot clash over "rant 

GRANI LOSS CAIIS'^S DISPUTE AT ICFTING 

CHAPfL MILL ANNfXIS TRACT ON lUHIM S 1 01 

CMAPFL HILL ANN' XI S b7 ACRES IF LAND 

??,»5?f'^['I, .^'"tn^ SMALLER COUNCIL, CUT IN MAYOR'S PAY 

CHAPLL I'llL C0U-4CILMAN RAfS M\ YOll • S SAIAKY, stir OF L OuNC I L 

TDwN COUNCIL VUTlS TO SIIK Dl' AL Ftf HIKL LIIUNLIL 

CMAPtl MILL -lOAD PLAN CMANGF JRGED 

ROOM TAX SPURS MLFIlNf, 

CnuNLIL Sfl', FIrjAL OIARING ON ROAD PLAN 

COMMUNITY urvfLOPMLNI HIAHING SIT 

HFA%'Uu"lofil^MV"S^cSN5Ks' "-'" '" «'■■►'"'""£ «"R'"ENTS 

i 'V''f "-.y^fj "1 PLCuNSlOFR HlTFL-MOTFL TAX 

{■ANIL LISTS TOP NFtOS FDR COUJCIL 

COONCIL TOLD PEOPIE 'SLFtPINO ON STRCFTS' 

CMAPIL MILL COUNCIL OK S SOMML' JOPS PROGRAM 

P-ANFL PARES DIRECTOR LIST OOw-l TO ', 

Hi^ARING MOiiOAY ON USE OF EtOEJAL MONCY 

WATER TPwFR PRuPOSAL HEAOEO FOR HEARING 

RIGHT TO SPEAK OENIFj 

?2tS^, °!;f'??''5„'"'?f'' '««"-LRS IN Chapel mill 
iNn£L::!t{iN'?rcM^l.'S^i' "*" '"'^" iwin-traklrs 

STkALEY, WALLACF plan to seek RE-ELECTION 
OWASA ASKEO TO FIX SEWERS ALOIG /cREEKS 
TOWN COUNCIL URGES AUTHORITY 10 FIX SEwFRS 
HEARING IS SET ON WATER TANK 
£cJ?^r^';!iti- l^9U''CIL WANTS ROA) UPGRAOING 

NEXT Chapel mill mayor to gft smaller salary 

BUSINESSMEN URGE PRIORITIES FTR OoLnTOWN 



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5/30/83 A 5 


N 


H 3 


6/14/83 B 1 


N W)6 


S 2 


6/14/83 A 8 


N 


M 3 


6/17/83 B 1 


N w)6 


S 2 


6/22/63 A 7 


N 


H 3 


6/22/83 B 1 


N W36 


H 3 


6/29/83 B I 


N W36 


H 3 


7/06/83 B 1 


N w)6 


S 2 


7/06/03 A 1 


N W36 


H 3 


7/09/83 e 1 


N 


H 3 


7/12/83 8 1 


N H90 



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I N e « B 



S J B J E C T S 



PAGE lU 



bOQSOFOnl SFEKS SALES TIX STOHY 
SlLfS T«« ANSU|» SOUGHJ 



COUNCIL ■'E-jfaS A-AITING REPORT 



^ ^p^'^S'^Erj^o^S^^^ 'h^lr^fS V- « count; 

AGREEMENT MAY £'10 SUBOIVISinN DISPUTES 



aGREEmE . - 

tomn council to meet 



'.^SnCIL ACCEPfs LA^iEL HILLS AGREEMENT 
i'ii'iSli To V.l'.VkrsThf'ilill TO IMPROVE 



S^KER LINE ISSUE ON AGENOi 
I-"o. 15-501 INTERSECTION 
aOABO SFEKS REVIEW QF PLAN 
TO-N URGES HEARING ON SALES 
HEARINGS ASKEO ON SALES TAX 
DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS MONDAY 



ECT 
PS 



SSA ON OXFORD HILL CON? iNU^S AT COUNCIL 

^^ si^^Mrji^^f^riBsiTg'^ijro rTES"?i 

SS^So^ao^T^i^^Vs'^i^^RMrTS^TI O^^^^P^ORATORIUM 

PLANNING BOARD SETS HEARING 

CoiNC L MFM-JER PUTS BRQAO FOOT IN MOUTH 

HEARING BECOMES^'CANOIO CAMERA • 

HUMOR HELPS IN DULL JEETINOS 

^cS;js"ci;ii^EN^i3?^ 5Swn"ox?s§s° ?;s 

&:;?i!Hlp%r5?jrs3^P^Ru'SE2SHa^UGHFARE PLAN 
THOROUGHFARE PLAN APPROVEO.BY TOWN PANEL 
ORANGE PANEL BACKS BYPASS 

JSH^-^JS HL^fS^r^SSlSSJ^^riEXT . YEARS 
DEVELOPER^iUES OVER OXFORD HILLS 
CABLE RATES CONTROLLED 
DEVELOPERS FILE LAWSUIT 




ELECTIONS 

• C. ELE-IUNS 



UdO.DOO SOUGHT FOR PROGRAM 

NFu CHAPEL HILL COUNC I LMEN Gt T I . I WOKK 

COUNCIL APPROVES HOLIOAV FOR JIJ"-. 

DOjNIO»N PARKING ON COUNCIL A'. ENOA 

TO^N COUNCIL VOTF ON PARKHG LOT PURCHASE 

COUNCIL OKS PURCHASING PARKING LOT 

CHAPEL HlLL TOWN COUNCIL. BUOGEI 

ChJpEL H LL council plans BUDGET HEARINGS 
COUNCIL OCn PEOPLE -SLEEPING ON STREETS- 
BUDGET PLAN WON'T HIKE TOWN TlXEi 
ToSn COUNCIL GETS PROPOSED BUl.FI 

l?,r^>i'^.f.l\dflifo'u'l'u'i'ih: '^^InH^NG plans 
BUDGET HEADING PLANNED TONIGHT IN CHAPEL HILL 

^„r^N'^S?S^ir°E'rS?oSy"slf aS 'SriScEU 10 n2.562 

l"A^Rj3E^s';.^^r.SSrHSMiN"sirv?CESNEEDS 
tlO MILLION CHAPEL HILL BUDGET OK-D 
CHAPEL HILL BUDGET OK'O 
HFARINl, HINGES ON SCHEDULE OK 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL. 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. 

COUNCILMEN TO RUN AGAIN ccrrinN 

PATTERSON. WALLACE SAY NO TO 'E-ELECTION 
COUNCILMAN SMITH TO RUN AGAIN 
T^A c'SA^lL^nr^r IIS7s. CATES FILES IN HILLSBOROUGH 

^Sii?3*N"!r^lN^!bl?E'?Sp'?"Hrp5t HILL BOAKD 

"nOIOATES file for town and SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

THREE FILE FOR ELECTIONS 

THORPE SEEKING CHAPEL HILL SEAT 

THORPE FILES FOR COUNCIL „.,,, 

COMPETITION GPOMS IN ORANGE RACES 

NANCY PRESTON WILL PROVIDE L EA DER SH I P . . . I AD I 

CANDIDATES ARE OIVIOED ON CHA'EL HILL LIBRARY 

SS^^^IS^'s^Se'S^mUaSeS chapel HILL RACES 
i CHALLENGERS ELECTED TO CHAPFL HiLL BOARD 
I CHALLENGERS GET COUNCIL SEATS 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN COUNCIL. SWEARING- IN CEREMONY 
COUNCILMEN TAKE OATH 

'"*SFE ciipEL°SlLi:'MUlCIPAL BUILDING 

CHAPEL HILL TOWN MANAGER. ASSISTANI 

TOWN MANAGER SEEKS JNO ASSISTANT 

CHAPEL HILL TRANSPORTATION OE P T . 

Ill itlB C:;tpEt KlttSS^O-O^^HiNSPORTATION 
BUS FARE INCREASE ON HOLD 

CHAPEL hill/carkbopo. Thoroughfare plan 

ROAD PLAN TO BE PRESENTED 

CHAPEL HILL THQROUGHFARF PLAN 

CONCERNS VOICED OVER ROADS PL>N 

WIDENING OF BYPASS RAPPEO^„ 

WIDENING OF HIGHWAY OPPOSED 

MASON FARM LOOP DRAWS FIRF ^ . , ,„ ,,.„ 

?H"ss8u^^?2^??L^^°^^T^RE"?t^§^r'srF:s5'' 
iniiAr/i^vr.ufA'iroi2..i roa. pl.n 

BASON FARM UNDER SIEGF 

panel: PUT ROAD LOOP BELOW F A? M 

APPROVAL OF 2 ROUTES DELAYED 

SlAnSiNG BbARO ASKS CHANGES INROAD PLAN 

CHAPtL HILL ROAD PLAN CHANGE JRCcO 

SESSION SET ON ROAD PLAN FOR CHAPEL HILL 



S I 

N E EL 


T 
Y 


P n OATS C ?G L 


P BYL 


H 1 8/l''/fl3 fc 1 


^J 


S 2 3/I9/R3 A 7 


N 


H 1 9/20/83 C 1 


N W36 


H 2 a/23/93 3 1 


N 


S 2 9/23/fl3 A 3 


N 


S 2 a/23/93 t 3 


N 


H 3 3/2<./B3 b 1 


N 


S 2 9/2<./»3 A 5 


N 


H 3 8/26/B3 B 1 


N w 36 


H 3 9/27/83 C I 


N W36 


H 3 3/31/83 S I 


N W36 


5 2 3/31/33 A 12 


N 


H 2 9/0<./B3 A I T 


N 0<.6 


H 3 9/05/83 B 1 


N W36 


H 3 9/13/83 a I 


N W36 


S 2 9/l'./B3 C 3 


N 


H 3 9/l(=/93 B 1 


N 


H 3 9/20/83 B 1 


N H90 


5 2 9/20/83 A 5 


N 


H 3 9/21/83 a 1 


N W36 


5 2 9/21/83 A 10 


N 


H 3 9/22/83 C I 


N W36 


H 3 9/27/83 C 1 


N W36 


H 3 9/28/83 e I 


N W36 


H 3 10/01/83 B I 


N 


H 2 10/02/83 A P 


E 


H 3 10/0<./83 3 I 


N W36 


H 2 10/05/83 A A 


L 


H 2 10/05/83 A ■! 


L 


H 1 10/1 1/83 B 1 


N W36 


H 3 10/18/83 B 1 


N 


H 2 10/22/83 C 1 


N W36 


H 3 10/25/83 B 1 


N W36 


S I 10/25/83 C 1 


N 


H 2 11/12/83 b 1 A 


N 


H 3 11/1 2/83 B 1 


N 


H 3 11/15/93 B 1 


N W36 


H 3 U/15/8i 11 1 


N 


S 2 11/15/83 A 1 1 


N 


S 2 11/15/83 A 12 


N 


H 3 11/18/83 1 


N 


S ? 11/18/83 A 15 


N 


H 3 11/22/93 8 1 


N W36 


H 3 11/23/83 li 1 


N H90 


S 2 I 1/23/83 C 3 


N 


H 2 ll/2'./83 B ID 


N W36 


S 2 U/2'./83 C 20 


N 


H 3 12/03/83 U I 


N 


S 2 12/Qf'/B3 A a 


N . 


H 1 12/13/83 n 1 


N W36 


H 3 12/22/83 B 1 


N 


S 2 12/22/83 C 9 


N 


H 2 12/29/B3 A 15 


N 


H 3 2/23/»3 B 1 


N N36 


H 3 2/2f./03 C I 


N N36 


H 2 3/25/83 A 16 


N W36 


S 2 3/29/83 A 3 


N 


H 3 <./12/n3 n 1 


N H36 


H 3 5/07/33 U 1 


N 


H 3 5/10/93 B 1 


N B*.6 


H 3 5/19/83 C 1 


N W36 


H 2 5/22/93 A 8 


N 


S 2 5/23/83 a b 


N 


H 3 5/2'./83 e I 


N W36 


H 3 6/11/83 B I 


N W36 


H 3 6/IA/93 B 1 


N W36 


H 3 6/23/83 B 1 


N W36 


H3 6/28/83 B 1 


N W36 



6/28/83 
9/09/83 



H 2 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

S 2 

H 3 

H 3 



5/30/83 
9/05/93 
9/13/83 
9/15/83 
9/21/83 
9/22/83 
9/22/83 
9/23/83 
9/29/83 
10/05/83 
10/06/83 
10/07/83 
10/30/83 
ll/0'./93 
11/06/93 
11/06/83 
11/09/93 
U/09/93 



N W36 
N W36 



F W36 
N W36 
N W36 



3 12/06/83 B 1 P N W36 



H 3 "./Ql/RS 



H 3 6/01/93 a 1 



1/02/83 A 

1/06/83 B 

1/07/83 8 

l/I'./83 B 

l/l<./83 A 

2/01/83 a 

2/02/B3 B 

2/05/B3 A 

2/09/83 B 

2/09/83 A 

2/l<./83 A 

2/16/93 e 

2/23/83 B 

3/02/83 a 

3/Q5/93 B 

3/07/83 C 



N 


R56 


N 


9^.6 


N 


B^6 


H 




N 


Hi.6 


N 


N)6 


F 




N 


N36 



N 


m3& 


N 


uib 


N 





NrHLr/4N 



INDEX 



5 U 6 J 6 C I S 



l/l7/8<. 



I 



I 



COU'lCIL SETS FINAL HEADING ON KOAO PLAN 

SOUTHERN BOAO LOOP RAPPED 

R040 PLAN POSTPONED FOR A MONTH 

CHAPEL HILL DELAYS ROAD PLAN '.TUOY 

THOROUCHFARF PLAN AROUSES CONTROVERSY 

BOARD TO VOTE ON ROAD PLAN 

CARRBORO OkS PART OF THOROUCHFARE PLAN 

TOJN planners back PARKER ROA) EXTENSION 

^"J^!L?'!;t,''V*'"'"5 STUDY EXTENSION OF PARKER ROAD 

j boards refuse to approve l 01 p 

horf study urcen on southern loop 

board seeks review of plan 

thoroughfare plan approval is expected 

chapel hill gets neh road pla>j 

taylor tells extension plan 

unc-chapel hill supports new thoroughfare plan 

CHAPEL HILL'S Thoroughfare plan 

thoroughfare plan approved by town panel 

orange panel backs bypass 

SlCc'^ftJ" ^^-.^'^.''i nu'LOING CHAPEL HILL THOROUGHFARE 
?i5^lK'F5' MOUSING COSTS OISCIUPAGING SETTLEMENT 
THOROUGHFARE PLAN QUESTIONED 
?';S^!!J^^'5 i9'"^ SESSION TO CUrfER THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

carrboro aldermen to hold wor< session 
j'l'ssshsk''^'"?,?'-"* survives ca)r3uru aldermen inspection 
carrboro switches thoroughfare plans 
carrboro road plan still cooking 

Chapel hill/carrpgro asstciation 0= fducators 

^^1. ^t^S.I^*'^"ERS. chapel hill anO CARRBORO 
PACE PICKS <. CANDIDATES IN BOARD RACE 

CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO BOARD OF EOUCITIJN 
LONGER SCHOOL BOARD TERH EVAPTRATES 
SCHOOL REORGANIZATION NOT EXPECTED 
CURRICULUM CHANGES PROPOSED 
COURSE CHANGES OK'O AT CHAPEL HILL HIGH 

ScVoSr^EU'D^JlcK^? ?.8^l's " '''"' "'"- ""^" ''"'"'' 

IN ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD SETS 8 GOALS 

ORANGF SCHOOL OATFS ON AGENOA 

nS';'2?r ??ioS '''■"!'5 •'01-lCl' ON INQUIRIES ASiOUT CURRICULUM 

92;5^t;LI9"°°'- "'^'^ ""^ inquiries policy 

PROSPECTS DIM FOR EXPANDING GI FTEO CL A SSE S 
PLANS TO EXPAND PROGRAMS DIM 

lc'.'cl[ ^iil;D'JS"p?f]S?s"MSg?M^S?SF^'!53Rl?^'^ distribution OF FUNDS 

SCHOOL BOARn APPROVES GIFTED, TALENTED PROGRAM 

NEW PROGRAM APPROVED FOR CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS 

PLAN TO exTFNO SCHOOL YFAR, DAY UR AHS CR I T IC I SM 

BOARD OPPOSES SCHOOL YEAR PL4S 

BOARD DELAYS RENOVATION PROJE'T 

YEASWOOO IS NAMED PRINCIPAL 

GRAHAM ELEMFNTARY PRINCIPAL NAMED 

SCHOOL LUNCH PRICES ON BOARD'S AGENOA 

TEAChFKS back CO-PRINCIPALS 

TEACHERS FAVOR CO-PRINCIPAL SYSTEM 

SCHOOL BOARD WANTS IN ON ROYALTIES ACTION 

THORNTON WON'T SEEK RE-ELFCTPN 10 ■iOARO 

J'sS?fTO^"S?"MoI°»L"^'ptRS5ES"'''' ''" '"'""'^ '"^'"^ "°^'-f" 

5I'S5 IS "EMOVE ASBESTOS APPRIVED 

BOARD TO DISCUSS NEW POWER LHE 

EDUCATION A FAMILY TRAIT 

POWER LINE ROUTE TO CHANGE 

SCHOOL BOARD TO UISCUSS IMBALANCES 

?ri?P'cc??^''J^t"?"'"5 SHOULDN'T BE FORuOITtN 

PANEL SEEKS focus ON UNDER -AC H I E VER S 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER SEAWELL W0»K 

gf*?"''^ PJpr.RESS DIPS IN FEDERAL PROGRAM 

PROGRESS IN READING PROGRAM SAID SLOWER 

TEACHER PUBLICATIONS POLICY 0^1 SCHOOL BOARD'S AGENDA 

SCHOOL BOARD REVISES POLICY 0-1 PUBLISHING *''tNDA 

SSiiS\S'5^lc''!^tE5„1N PUBLISHING BY TEicHERS 

BOARD TO VOTE ON FOUNDATION 

?fi!^I!°!S„'''-»'^''ED fl" SCHOOL TRUSTEES 

ri!L?'-"9°'- BOARD APPROVES MONEY-RAISING 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRUOHO BOARD Mi=TS 



C PG L P RYL 



NG FOUNDATION 



i}lX .}'-"°"'- BOARD ALTERS SOCIAL STUDIES 
CURRICULUM CHANGES GET BOARD'S APPROVAL 
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL APPOINTED 



Chapel HILL/CARRBORO BOARO of education, BUDGET 

t?i^n.'- Sitt, ?'^"°°'-5' BUDGET P30PUSAL TOPS 1 1 <. MILLION 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS ASK FOP INCR:aSE IN FUNDS " ' L L 1 UN 

SCHOOL BOARO SENDS BUDGET PL AV TO COUNTY 

SChSoI: SoiRo'^frM??? ^£?°Plr=\^l^l ^k"^""'" '0 COMMISSIONERS 
wc.n^k,S'^,, '° MAKE ONE LAST PLEA FOR MONEY 
YEARWOUO IS NAMED PRINCIPAL 
COMPETITION GROWS IN ORANGE RACES 

'"*"'scH"&^^;!;?rAS ssi's^cSUer"^'^'- """"*" 



Chapel hill/carhburo boaro of educition, 
^"ott?2 ^f'??!';^?,"-!-' N'C. eleitiqns 



elections 



S2?^'fH5R^S?;r2^N^?^u5=AG\?S'"°^ "'"^ °"^'~" 

CANDIDATE ANNOUNCES 

r'.'-l'i'i QfENS FOR SCHOOL, TOWN RACES 

jj«?i clfl/Jkl f"" '■°"" 'NO SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 

Tntl cr"-^5, ^2S S^^'Pei- HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOL BOARD 

hoSn'seek? se2t "E'-afRs file to run for new terms 

STEVENS SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

i^.rJ^,'?"--^ MAYOR SEEKS 2N0 T=RM1 FILING ENDS TODAY 

I'iL^lk^^.i CANDIDATES IN BOARD RACE 

5 BACKED FOR SCHOOL UNIT 

TEACHERS ENDORSE FIVE CANOIDATES 

3 MEMBERS WILL BE ELECTED 

flyf SEEKING SCHOOL BOARO SEATS 

F^oiS-2oS?i«?L^jyEg"l3'iiTl llTol lo°lSg '° " "''-'° 
BAKER LEADS CANDIDATES IN SCHOOLSOARO RACE 

OEVfLOPMENT CAN BE CLEAN 

CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM STARTS 

?S;mI?I''°,I" direct TRAINING 

CHAMBER: TOWN SHOULD HELP BUILD TWO DECKS 

GROUPS SPONSOR COMMUNITY DAY 



H 3 


j/o/as 


t 




N 


N36 


H 3 


3/22/n3 


a 




N 


W36 


H 3 


3/23/B3 


9 




N 


W36 


5 Z 


3/23/83 


A 




N 




H ? 


<./03/83 


D 




N 




H 3 


<./0'»/83 


C 




N 




H 3 


<./! 3/83 


a 




N 


R<,6 


H 3 


5/17/83 


B 




N 


W36 


S 2 


5/17/83 


A 




N 




H 3 


5/18/83 


c 




N 


MQt, 


S 2 


5/18/83 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 3 


9/05/83 


B 




N 


W3t> 


H 3 


10/20/83 


B 




N 


W36 


H 2 


13/21/83 


B 




N 


W36 


S 2 


lD/21/93 


A 


I 2 


N 




H 2 


10/22/83 


C 




N 


W36 


H 2 


IO/2'./B3 


A 




E 




H 3 


10/25/83 


ti 




N 


W36 


S I 


10/25/83 


c 




N 




S 2 


U/Ol/83 


A 




N 


nqo 


H 3 


11/02/83 


c 




N 


H90 


H 3 


11/11/93 


D 




N 




H 3 


11/16/83 


fc 




N 




S 2 


11/16/83 


A 




N 




H 3 


11/17/83 


B 




N 


HSO 


H 3 


11/23/83 


B 




N 


H90 


H 2 


12/21/83 


A 


15 


N 


H90 



H 3 10/15/83 I 



H 2 1/1 1/83 B 


I 


N 846 


H 2 1/16/83 A 


6 


N 046 


H 3 1/25/83 U 




N 846 


S 1 2/C3/R3 (1 




N 846 


H 3 2/09/83 B 




N 


H 3 2/15/83 a 




N 846 


S 2 2/15/83 A 




N 


H 2 2/20/83 A 


1 7 


N 


H 3 2/22/83 B 




N 


5 2 2/2 2/83 B 




N 


H 3 3/15/83 B 




N B46 


S 2 3/15/83 A 


1 2 


N 


H 3 ',/12/83 a 




N B46 


H 3 4/19/83 B 




N 646 


H 3 4/26/83 a 




N 846 


S 2 <./26/a3 H 


I 2 


N 


H 3 6/07/83 B 




N N36 


S 2 6/21/83 A 




N 


H 3 7/19/83 e 




N H90 


S 2 7/19/83 B 




N 


H 3 7/20/83 fl 




N 


H 3 8/13/113 C 




N H40 


H 3 8/16/83 C 




N H90 


S 2 3/16/83 A 




N 


H 3 9/05/83 B 




N H90 


S 2 9/12/83 B 




N 


H 2 9/12/83 B 




N H90 


H 3 9/13/83 B 




N H90 


S 2 9/13/83 A 




N 


H 3 9/24/83 e 




N 


H 2 7/26/83 8 




P F H90 


H 3 9/27/83 C 




N 


S 2 9/28/83 A 




N 


H 3 10/04/83 l< 




P N H90 


S 2 10/04/83 A 




N 


H 3 10/15/83 fl 




N 


H 3 10/18/83 B 




N H90 


S 2 10/18/83 A 




N 


H 2 11/07/83 A 




N 


H 3 11/08/83 B 




N H90 


S 2 11/08/P3 A 




N 


H 3 11/19/83 C 




N H90 


H 3 1 1/19/83 C 




N 


H 3 11/22/83 B 




N 846 


H 2 12/05/83 d 




N 


H 3 12/06/83 B 




N H90 


S 2 12/06/83 A 




N 


H 2 12/29/83 C 10 


N 


H 3 3/29/83 B 


1 


N 


S 2 3/29/83 A 11 


N 


H 3 5/03/83 B 


1 


N B46 


H 3 5/17/83 B 


1 


N 846 


H 3 6/21/83 B 


1 


N h46 


S 2 7/19/83 B 


1 


N 


5 2 10/07/83 A 


5 


N H90 


H 2 12/18/83 A 1 


1 P N H90 


S 2 a/31/83 C 


1 


N 846 


H 3 9/09/83 3 


1 


N 


H 3 9/13/83 a 


I 


N 


H 3 9/16/83 a 


1 


N W36 


H 3 9/23/83 B 


1 


N 


S 2 9/23/83 A 


3 


N H90 


H 3 9/30/83 a 


1 


N H90 


S 2 9/30/83 A 


8 


N H90 


S 2 10/01/83 A 1 


4 


N 


H 3 10/07/83 B 




N H36 


H 3 10/15/83 B 




N 346 


S 2 10/21/83 C 




N H90 


H 3 10/22/83 C 




N 


H 3 10/26/83 a 




N H90 


S 2 10/26/83 A 1 




N 


S 2 11/03/83 A 1 




N H90 


H 2 11/06/83 




F H90 


H 2 11/08/83 A 




N 


H 3 11/09/83 B 




N H90 


S 2 11/09/83 A ( 




N 


H 3 1/22/83 C 




N 


S 2 1/22/83 A 2 


P 


N 


H 3 2/08/83 a 1 


P 


P R9I 


H 2 3/18/83 A 4 




E 


H 3 3/24/83 B 1 




1 W36 


H 3 7/26/63 B 1 




N 


H 3 7/26/83 a 1 




N H90 


H 2 a/29/83 A 6 




N 



/ A P4 N U * L 



1 N t X 



S u n J E C T S 



PAr.e 11- 



RECOEiTION NEEO SEEN rnAPEL HlLL THOROUGHFARE 

C»RIS?H»S fARAOE SET <=0P DEC. 3 
CHAPEL H'LL/CARR|0»0 COHHUNITY ChO^^uS 

E^L^F^:lS^i:hi?.rlSS^^S^O.SAToR.A, 

'"'?lrA^s^o'^T*ElfHf»i^!Si?^I'S'^L^^NE'c"A^«eo" 

CHAHBER-JAYCEE A.<AROS oivcn 

"Ih^pI? :viinir.u'ii'--^^- -"^"o- day- 

^-"VH^'^sU^cfSrs^A^'e^TiaE 

"Secreation neeg seei 
Chapel hIll/carrbobo schools 

IP jti ?i 1 1/ SigiL-i^v^ 

teiliii 

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NO CARRflORO 

s'"aNO flUSINESS 

NTS IN Shelter 

Srq schools -v AVERaGc 

PRtScNTFD TOhORROW 

Ls' SEjicTEo'pnR state OE-^ONSTRATinNS 
HEAD START PROGRAM 

"SeJo-'hENOaTIOnS on AS6FST0S 

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7 SCHOOLS 

"fIp'solJISg ASBESTOS PROBLEM 

Jf^TO CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS 
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^ r^r, c .fHI^wE-^^NT STUDIES 
CHAPEL HlLL/CARRBOBC SCHOOLS. J^HK Vt j,,^^,^ 

"plSBiEts"S rIaOiS^PROGRaS 5AI0 SLOWER 

,r ^~. < ANNUiL TFSTING PROCkAM 

'"^'%^„'c'o'At"io"'^'i 'n'iT'al'^ tT.'i ^PLEA FOR MONEY 

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^i^^^ife:ii??^^r2S^ s=??^^''' --^"^ ^'"'°" 

^^0S?°^FuSe's" a/i^CH^fLS ARE S^IGHT^ ^^„ ^^^^, 
SCHOOL |0""/"f?J'5S2x KATE AT 55 CENTS 
?;A'SS5i"?^ na5I PR .-u,,,., ,,„S CISTRESS.NG 
IVrS^i^vrNfJiiN^^ES^St^ p'»Slt=MS WITH WINDFALL 

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PLAfJ TO EKTF'jn SCHOTL VEA«, 0\ Y JfiAWS CRITICISM 

SCHOOLS •U.TERESTEO' IS STRfTCHINC YEAR 

BOARD OPPOSES SChOGL YEAR PLAN 

SCHOOL DOOkS npfM THURSDAY 

TOO MOT TO LEARN? OlSmSS CLASS. OKOER CEILING FANS 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOLS OPEN 

SCHOOLS OPEN IN CARRbORO 

CHAPEL HILL/C ARHBORO SCHOOLS. C01PJTFKS 
SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

A TURTLE HELPS TEACHERS LEARN Nfw LANGUAGE 

SCHOOL'S Class is eok all ages 

SCHOOL officials: COMPUTERS FIR TOTS CAN WAIT 









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CHAPfL nlLL/CARHBORO 
SEE ALSO CHAPfL HI 
CUkR ICULUH CHANG 
COURSE CHANGES 
2 3 COURSES CuT . 
SCHOOL fiOARO Pla 
SCHOOL BOARD SUP 
SCHOOL BOARD APP 
NFH PROGRAM APPR 
READING PROGRESS 
PROGRFSS IN READ 
CHAPEL HILL-CARR 
AVOIDING SEX ABU 
CITY SCHOOL BOAR 
CURB ICULUM Chang 



SCHOOLS. ruRRICULUH 
LL/CARRPORO SCHOOLS. GROUPING 
6S PROPOSED 

D AT CHAPEL HILL HIGH 
26 AOOED AT CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL 
NS POLICY ON INOUIRIES ABOUT CURRICULUM 
PORTS MORF RtOUIRED COURSES 
ROVfS GIFTEO. TALENTED PROGRAM 
OVED FOR CHAP=L hill SCHOOLS 

DIPS IN FEDERAL PROGRAM 
INC PROGRAM S« ID SLDHFR 

BORO SCHOOLS WVc GRANTS TD 11 TEACHERS 
SE — NEH PROGRAM FOR 5TH GRADE 
ALTERS SOCIAL STUDIES 
E5 GET BOARD'S APPROVAL 



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Chapel hill/c arkrobo schools, oropiuts 

dropouts: chapel h ill-carrborl schools have loijest rats in state again 

Chapel bIll/c arrboro schools, empltyees 

SCHOOL pay 8ILL OFFFREO 
TEACHER PAYOAY TO STAY THE 5 Al E 

Chapel hill /c abrroro schools. ENRacMeMf 

OVER 8,000 PUPILS expected 

enrollment is up in city sch03ls 
money probably forthcoming 

Chapel hill/c arhboro schools, fund raiding 

see also fund raising (see also names of funo raising projects 
board to vote on foundation 

city school uoaro approves money-raising fgundation 
schools wishing for old bulbs. pancake turners 

Chapel hIll/c arrpuro schools. gift;u program 

SEE chapel HILL/CARBBORO SCHOOLS. GROUPING 

Chapel hill/c arrporo schools, grants 

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO schools '.IVc grants to 11 TcACHERS 
11 CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO TEACHERS BECEIVE GRANTS 

CHAPFL hIlL/C ARRBORO SCHOOLS. GROUPING 

SEE ALSO CHAPFL HILL/CARRPORO S: HOOL S . CURRICULUM 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN. GIFTED 

PBOSPECTS DIM FOR EXPANDING GIFTcO CLASSES 

PLANS TO Expand programs oim 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES GIFTED. TALENTED PROGRAM 
NEW PROGRAM APPROVED FOR CHAP;l HILL SCHOOLS 

chapel hlll/caflk°obo schools. kindergarten 

chapel hill schools to hold rfgistraflon 

kindergarten — a big step for " qm 

'angel' ok in kindergarten. but mom's a differe^jt story 

Chapel hill/c arr'iopo schools, linctln centfr 

food directors take a look at hi» school year 



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CHAPFL HILL/C ARRBORO SCHOOLS. LUNCH 
SCHOOL LUNCH PRICES ON BOARD'S 



PROGRAM 
AGENDA 



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Chapel hill/c arrboro schools, principals 
several in school system resigning 
co-principal appointed at phillips 
principal is transferred 

YEAPmOOD is named PRINCIPAL 
GRAHAM elementary PRINCIPAL NIMED 

TEACHERS Back co-principals 
teachers favor co-principal system 
assistant principal appointfd 

Chapel hill/c arrboro schools, pupil assignment 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill/carrborq srnoaLS. REoi str icting 
racial imbalances concern city schools 
school board to discuss imbalances 

Chapel hill/c arr°oro schools, reoistr icting 

SEE ALSO Chapel h ill/c ARRBORO s:hools. pupil assignment 
SEE ALSO orange county schools, reoistricting 
racial imbalances concern city schools 
SCHOOL board to discuss imbalances 

Chapel hill/carrborq schools. suMMfR session 
summer school courses set 
summer school registration un)er hay 
chapel hill-carrboro signs pu'ils for summer school 
summer school sign-up begins in chapel hill 

CHAPFL HUL/CaRRBORO schools. TEACHERS 

SEE teachfrs. Chapel hill and carrjord 
Chapel hill/carrboro schools, television 

SCHOOL kids get their own TV 'HOd 

Chapel hill/c arrpqbo schools, tuto! ing program 
see also tutoring programs 
learning after school; unc tutors helping out chapel hill-carrboro. 

Chapel hill/c arrboro united fund 
united Fund drive bfgins 
j330.000 goal for united fund 

united hay goal is «330.000 

UNITED FUNO TOPS GOAL 

CHAPEL hILL-CARRBORO united H» Y tops GOAL 

Chapel hill/c arrboro ymca 

SEE ymca. chapel hill/carrboro 

Chapel thrill 

SEE ALSO Chapel hill. n.c. festivals 

Chapel thrill Changing its tune 

CHAPEL Thrill concert hill be>iefit charities 



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SEE iLSO "EMTILLY SETAKOEO 

Chapel "III of nEniCATEO in jinF 

NEn CHAPEL 

500 CELEBBaTc *Gk£AT DAV« AT -lufljnCH 

T«E BELL TJLLS F0» JCirOUS OCCiSION 

Chapter la 

SEE ALSO EASkoupTCt 

CONCRFSS SHOULD TIGHTEN CMAPT'R 7 



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CriAKITIES 

SEE ALSJ EETTEi< cUSINESS BUREAU 
SEE ALSC FRAuO 

S^E ALSO FUNO RAISING 1 SEE ALSO NAMES QF FuNO RAISING PROJECTS C SPONSORING GROUPSI 
SEE ALSn r.REATER nyRHAM COMMUNITY FDUNuATTON 
SEE ALSO SOLICITING 

SEE ALSO SOUP KITCHENS , ,,,„,., , 

ONE...ThO...T-ftEE M J 3/20/'i3 C 

Salvation army conations still tjxn h 2 3/31/53 B 

PROFITEERS TA«E AOVANTAGE OF M'lGO LAW LOOPHOLES H 2 <,/2<./e3 A 

LOCAL CHARITIES SEE LITTLE PR3FIT FROM GAMES H 2 <./24/53 A 

SBI INVESTIGATES Those RUNNIN". "INGO Games H 2 'i/25/n3 A 

3ING0 ASSOCIATION HEAD DEFENDS Share Charities get h 2 4/27/93 a 

TIGHTENING 31NG0 LAW COULD BE wBJNG MOVE H 2 5/03/83 A 

A-PUIFE'S charity trip Over ElRLY H ? 5/22/83 A 

CHARITIES EXPECTED TO GET MOK? BINGO REVENUE H 2 9/13/83 A 

LEADERS f'Cc STARTING CHARITY FOUNDATION S 2 lO/0<./»3 C 

SENEVClENI agency for greater DURHAM BEING FuRMEO H 2 10/05/83 A 

TRADITION. CITY ISLENT AID OU' MAM FOUNDATION S 2 10/18/63 A 

JUDGE PARTIALLY LIFTS INJUNCTION ON 3ING0 LAW H 2 10/19/83 B 

£0 MEESE IMPRUDENT BUT NOT INi CCuRATE . . . H 2 12/15/83 A 

DURHAM HAS A GIVING HEART H 2 12/26/83 A 



CM»aiTY 

ACT OF CENtRdSITY 

PRACTICING What IHEY PREaCh 

Durham man SEEKS nONATIONS 

HE'S LOOMNG FOR A WAY HOME 

Y SEEKS HELP FOR EMPLOYEE. Family 

w. VA. TOWN GETS GICTS 

FlMILY APPRECIATES AID 

GIFTS ON WAY TO WEST VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA FAMILY GETS HOLIDAY HELP FkOM TAR HEELS 

RADIO STATION. JAYCEES HELP NE EOT 

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT HELPS NEEDY IN N.C. 

THIEF STEALS GIFTS But folks save FAMILY'S HOLIDAY 

ONE MORE SENSELESS TRAGEDY 

Charity league OF PuRhah 
see durham junior league 

Charles a. dan* foundation 

tsoo.ooo granted for disease work 

Charles a. dukEs award for outsianting volunteer service to duke univ. 
SEE ALSn Duke univ.. alumni 

SEE ALSO duke UNIV.. AWARDS 

ALUHN! establish AWARD TO HOKO R CHARLES DUKES 

Charles moulTon oance CO. 

HOULTON MDvES spark FIREWORKS 
MORE NOT MUCH FROM MOULTON 

I LOVE YOU'; MYNA BIRTS HEATH BRINGS TEARS IN S.C. 

T PARK ICHaRlOTTE. N.C.I 

OOw GOES TO JAIL FOR PROTECTION 
Cab STABBED TO TEATM 
AURANT TO USE S'ACE THEME 

Y LIGHTNING 

IFS CANNOT BAN ■ UNNECESSARY' NOISE 
ITS 

CIALS UPSET av GERMAN FILM 
S MOVIE PREMIER' 

Y MOVIE FANS TO GATHER IN CHARLOTTE 
FANS TRADE hERTES 

E: KIDS DON'T wl NT TO lEaVE CHARLOTTE MUSEUM 
OPOLITaN area £<CEEPS 1 MILLION POPULATION 
ES BEIUTY IN CHARLOTTE 
ERS MUST GLOW 

FROM TANK Car 
STILL PROBLEM 
ED FROM LEAKING CAR 
CHARLOTTE jFwISi CENTER 

CENTER FIRE 
ADE IN CASE 
N FILES SUIT ON LOSS OF TOMATO PLANTS 

CMARLOTTF, N.C. CIVIC CENTER OROPTSAL 

60.C0C SE4T Charlotte coliseum proposed 
new charlotte coliseum proposto 

Charlotte, n.c. ele'ttigns 

VOTER Turnout major factor in mayoral race 
Turnout seen crucial in charlitte election 
VOTERS IN Charlotte elect city's first black mayjr 
gantt wIns in Charlotte 

GANTT: OETERMINATION WAS KEY TO VICTORY 

GANTi SAYS His Election helps black candidates 

CMARLOTTF, N.C, TAXES 

HOTEL. MOTEL Tax proposal ORAjS PRAISE. CRITICISM 

Charlotte city council IS STuiYTiG local payroll tax 
motel tax begins in mecklenbu'o 

Charlotte airport 

see douglas airport (charlotte, 



Charleston, s.c 


SEE ALSO s.c. 


•gooobte joe. 


Charlotte, n.c 


SEE ALSO CROCKET 


WADING TQ WORK 


74-TEAK-OLD wl 


DRIVER OF TAXII 


CHARLOTTE REST 


youTh struck b 


COURT SAYS C IT 


DA FILES LAWSU 


CHARLOTTE OFFI: 


CHARLOTTE HOST 


THREAT ARREST 


ROUNDUP: COwdO 


Shazam; COMICS 


DISCOVERY plaC 


Charlotte metri 


POOR ARTIST SF 


CHARLOTTE JOGG 


CHLORINE LEAKS 


chlorinf leak 


Chlorine removi 


FIRE CESTojyS ( 


Two ChaRGEO in 


PLEA BARGAIN M, 


CHARLOTTE WOMAI 



N.C.I 



CHARLOTTf-DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL AIIPOMT 
SEE DOUGLAS AIRPORT IChARlOTIE, N.CI 

Charlotte fire dept. 

Charlotte firemen rescue baby from apartment fire 

cmarloiie MAYOR'S office 

voter Turnout major factor in mayoral race 
turnout seen crucial in Charlitte election 
VOTERS IN Charlotte elect city's first black mayor 

GANTI WINS IN CHARLOTTE 

GANTT: DETERMINATION WAS KEY TO VICTORY 

GANTT SAYS His ELECTION HELPS BLACK CANDIDATES 



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ScCOf.T «.C. 1IA-I£5E TH1«I TIES 

FriirtLjrrr mint mii,[-u" 

CHiRLjrrF MOTua ';p=:£naAv 

SEE ALSn STOCK Cia 'aCIMG 

'^Jo?,!?"?'" i''>»>>"'' "OCc Ar 'OO RACE 
HQL^E^T „IN'; POLE IN ChARLOTT- 

CHARtnifc TRACK PLANS EXPANSION 

RICHMrND Mj-iPS RaoSINS OFF 00' E IH CHARLilTrF TR I A I S 

?Ak r,'.\"t'°tA"Ur'^"-' '='"^1- 'Oi'iTslrSFrcH ' '■^ 

'5'^^^^ 'iEmcSI star JAiriNG TQ SMISJl 

UFf 9Y THE fAt?"?MCK' '^"^^ VICTORY AT CHARLJTTE 
?Fff; ?A'^a^c'^r'; ^^h'J SI^'?"" ''"' "^ «"'-" "-"'CTIQNS 
LESSOf.- FnOM PETTY: RAClflG NfE^S G0U1 NASCAh HASH 
CmaRLJTTF ".bus (NEWSPAPER] 

ciaoltite pap-^rs "erging news staffs 
Charlotte od'tRvfR inewspaperi 

MUTT x:;0 JtFF CHMIC TO FNO 

in^f'-T-^.''^'"''''' •^ERGrnr. NEWS staffs 

P^LL: PtOPLF alienated FRnn THEIR GO^EHNMFNT 

CMARLOTTF POL ICE ;jFPT. 

THEY JQSE Tl HERQIS"! 

>i^o, ^frJ'^i^^'.Jf'^f 'VtO IN KILLING OF PDLlCt"AN 

CHAPlTTTE PriLICFMAN ATTACKED 

PnLICE1«N KILLS GASTCNIA -AN 

o"Air,'-',hVzki'\i%ri:ii!,'i';\v ""'""'' "' charlotte officfk 

Charlotte ^pace STATijNSt inc. ire'tajranti 

CHARLOTTE RESTAURANT TO USeMcE THE is ^ 

Charlotte wri ifr' club 
see also uk1tf<s, n.c. 

SU.H-ER WORKSHOPS SET FOR PROSPECTIVF WRtlFRS 

':'^»'<l-JTT5/-LCKLEN6IJRr, JOARD OF EDUtATlON 

ChaPLOITE JOAPO OKS TEACHER C«RElb PrOGRA*! 



CtiARLOTTE/'MfCKLENbURr, SCHOOLS 




11 .\.".,1r'J ^""' FXCMPTION FOR lErKLENlllll-r, FNACIFO 

t^',y "".J'^^'r' "K'lPi'-ro FOR fiiM.NTARY sruurNis 

« rl^ ,;n,^'" ''"':'9'-' '-"E Ni-W PILICY ON HRlixuMONS 
?r':,t'J?^ " ■' I If' MANOAIU'IY SJMM,P SCHljPL 
>.[i^^, ''"■'-• >' STIJUFNTS HURT 
JACK IJ UAS1CS--A0AIN 



CHARLUTTf/"Al biGH TRAIN StPVICF 
SEE ALSO RAURJAOSt OURHA" 

iffc AIS^ TkAlfi. 




CHARTE-* MAMKf I I \C 

WOMAN BINS t'J^.OOl' IN SUIT 

CrtAKTLU PKOprKTII), INC. 

L.FVriOPCk WINS FIChT with Gof NWAY PLAN 
CAKOJI.Rr, CrFlN.AYS PKOPOSAL S'ARkS OLllATt 

ChAjF "^AS*. ANO CjPPFR CO. 
'•■ w IfuOSTKY 

CHAsr fciLMOMFToirs qf PirisiiuRi;H 

RlPliKT SAYS -(.C. JOT CKOWIH MAY LAG 
CHATHAM CENTRAL HIC.n SCHO.jL 

SEb ALSO Chatham county schools 
rfaGan to hear central Chatha' choir 
Chatham COUNTY. N.c. 

Ill tl-j'^ M5'„9"*''"*' RFSCUF Sgj40 PUN 

^ fniF^ic'-''?'^r^'*-'=T-^"'^ ORINK, CIATHAM COUNTY 

R p'^U"{^^0'^5nC^^ ;i^^KFV3?';'N^J?ALT^'^ 

Er/vior,"'^:;i^s%?^^^c^Nj?SR?r^ ^^ wu^^nimals 

SHOWDOWN ON WILD ANIMALS TONI'.HT 
DANGEROUS ANIMALS 

rt.lI'1:"-A".''' !"> PLANNED IN CHATHAM 
CHAI^uEi SOUwiT IN AE.ilAL SPRA/ I'lG L Aw 
i^ ='-lSi'5ci'''<f^^et) IN CHATHAM, LEE 
c'^Sb ""f^TS "F ALIENS FXPECt'o 

!'D?e -^?^'^"-''.' '='""5 Protest pailroao closing 

^\il'.^l?~.V,'n-ulrr.'?ulfnl'' '" ^"^" -5- CITIZENSHIP 
SOME Chatham people kANT TIGHTER HbRBICIQE PULES 
Chatham COUNIr. N.C., HUOGFT 
CHATHAM cILLS ARE FILED 

'"''"c^';AfriVyi5AR'D^;A•N'Tr'o7S!^IN?i"^^^"^"^ ^^"^""^ 

Chatham cuunTyv n.c... history 

AfCHMECIUkAJ. SURREY IN CHATHAM ALMOST FINISHED 
CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C., INDUSTRIAL U=VFLOPMb-NT 

CHA ^Iam 'Jf^::"''!39 '"tlUSTtt^.^atcRO TCB 
CHATHAM wFIGhS hiring REC"UIT'R 



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2 b/2',/1-s C 

2 lO/Oft/BJ D 

2 10/07/83 C 

2 10/01/33 C 

2 10/0')/R3 C 

2 10/lO/n3 A 

2 10/10/113 e 

2 n/ll/H3 B 

' 10/16/93 C 



N 

fl S91 

N 591 

F S-fl 

N 

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H 2 
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6/25/83 A 
6/29/63 A 
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H J 
H 2 
H I 

H 2 
H 2 
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1/17/B3 A 
3/03/13 D 
d/03/(i3 B 
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10/0<./n3 A 
10/26/'i3 ? 


A 
5 
1 
10 
R 
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N 
N 
N 
N 
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S 2 


3/U9/83 A 


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5/01/n3 


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12/1<./113 A 


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9/.?'l/l'J 11 
10/2n/ll3 V. 
11/02/13 A 


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1/21/(13 A 


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5/aA/03 A 


1 1 






5/0S/F13 A 


1 A 






5/0«/H3 


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F 




0/10/n3 6 


1 A 


N 




ii/li/n3 c 


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11/12/113 B 


1 


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HI 6/0 1/R3 II I 



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1/19/53 A 




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N L3D 


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5/12/53 A 


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5/13/P3 rt 
5/17/53 V. 




N H60 
N L30 


H 
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5/22/63 C 

6/07/53 S 

10/20/53 d 




N 
N 
N L30 



H 3 6/23/83 a 1 N 

H 3 12/06/53 e I N H60 

H 1 3/15/B3 b 1 n L3D 



H 1 1/22/53 C 1 N L30 
H 3 3/31/83 c 1 N 



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THATMiH couMr. -i.e.! rA< oiiE _ 

J APtA COUNTIES aOCPI tax n I <- 

rnATMAH rouNTY. -UC. JaTcS ANO ScicB PROPOSAL 
^ CHATHAH COO'ITY iATEi) CHI6F NA-EH 

CH.THA- COuM,.^M.r.^.^Z0.1Nt^^^^,^. C.pISSinN 

^?i;:i.r"o^ rA"«n"^IiS^?^rc^Ai^-t?f:A -MOn-s 

CMATMIM SOABO DfKFRS ACTION ON ZONIN>, 

c°srTh:rr,'^LTo?^rst^osE"D'E'5jri?-^NT -n»TOK,.H 

DEA->L!NE^ET F0« JO'Oar, l.A<E ;ONING 
CHATHAM aOAOO .AXTS OPOINANCE 

^'"'"SE"z8SV;:c'.^^r:i.^'iS-r,lo« CAK.UNA .EAOO.S 



CHATHAM CCriSTBuCTIO'l Xfl^MEO 

CHATHAM kEK.hS "I»In>- RECRUIT- « 



8^!!?t,^r^^^.^5??^?Si^^E^§^5|^S^fNrMOKATOR,OM 

OEAPLINE SET FOR JOIDAN LAHE ,'QNIHG 

CHATHAM oHaCO bants ORDINANCE 

'cMifS'AM ^^5N?y"21SE's''Ft:;t-TIM I-COSTRY HUNTtR 

^"*'"S3i8gv;:rAEiSiiRf.'H^Nr..^^Eii"J -.r- .-arcs 

rMATHAH COUNTY GOVERNMENT OFF J C E CT MPlE I 
CHATHAM PROJECT BEHIND SCHEOULd 

CHATHAM CUCINTY hIGH SLHOHL 

SFE CHATHAM Ce.tTBAL hIGh SChCOL 
see CHATHAM C1UNTY SCHOOLS 

'""■^5osWS'L"sH.^is"lRT,ST.S PAINTINGS 

'^"""c*HA^;i^;j'Jc3NTj''£5NAGtR "ESK.N'. 

CHATHAM bOARO «anTS i" D' '"'"'^E, , .. ,, 

ThaThaM DEiOLiNF SET FQR SPPLl CANTS ,.„ 

ChIihAM Cni-iTY mires FtiLL-TIMf I.DuSIRY HUNItR 

'-''"fl^mrl^^^^l^l^^^ S^St-NFM „FFICES IN OECLM.ER 
P TTSPORO FOUNTAIN PROPOSAL 0= M AIR 
^-l^K HN OFFICES ON SCHEDULE „,..^ 

PITTS=ORU'S NE, OFFICES NfARL» READY 

CHATHAM CUMNIY PLANNING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY, N.C.. ZONING 
ZONING OK" " " 



ZnNlNl, UR-0 FOR RETIREMENT VILLAGE crnEn 

iCENT MHITE CONCERNS IN CHATHAM TO BE hFIGhFO 



CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOL S^^^^^ HIGH S'-HOOL 
CHATHAM CONSTBUCnON MEI&HEn 

^""^'^aJSISSSlLS ARE FILED 

Check fraud 

see bad checks 

Checkers 

SEE ALSn Games 

COMPETING WITH The CHAMP 

Champion 
Checking account' 

111 ;t!S ^lNKsf"t. .SEE ALSO .. AMES OF 8.NKS. 
SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFcR 
''^c:S^3pf\"i-'ACcSuSVs"^RQMPT INOUIRIES IN N.C. 

SANK RAISING FEES 

OPENNESS uQRkS 2 J»YS 

STATE HANDLES OLD ACCOUKTS 

NCNe IS RAISING SOME OF ITS F- c S 

2^EE'Ks"TSSNlirP°iSJ-liE^St.^Tl&.Ell'Y^?^inNUES 

CHEERLEADERS 

GETTING RFAOY 
CHEERLEADERS 
ON SJUAD 

CMEtSc 

CHEESE GlVcAjA 
FREE ChEESc. '^ 
S.'.OO NEEOY FA 

FREE Cheese 

CHEESE r.IvEAHA 

Cheese, butter 

STATE "AS Il'fE 
EXPANDED GIVE* 
FOOD GIVtA.ly 
CHEESE. euTTE" 
CITIZENS PROTF 
HUOGINS" PRDPn 
PROGRAM NEEDS 
FREE FOOD OEC I 
COUNTY IS STUO 

MORE Eligible 

MORE TO GET F 



Y STARTS TUESDAY 

UTTER TO f.E GW=N TO POOR „,„,„a 

Mli!FS RECEIVE SURPLUS U.S. CHEESE, QuTTcR 
"i i^LES "oiLD -AKE MORE PEDFLE ELIGIBLE 

Y LIMITED T-1 FOOD-STAMP RECIPIENTS 

suGGEsf7oNS°Fo' Cheese, puiier program 

>.AY URGED 

'2aNOEo"'ouT to '.KOO DURHAM mousemolos 

,|Ii"ioSi'5'!i;E'^i?l5 UBilcSs TO ELDERLY 
HELP. NOT PROTESTS 
SION PROTESTED 
YlNG CIVEanAY E'PANSION 
FOR FREE FOOD 
EE FOOD 



S I T 

r; ^ ELY 

P D DATE C PC L » BYL 

11 5 b/Ol/'S != J "" 

H ? 10/2<>/?3 » " „ 

H 1 IZ/J^/eS P 1 N H60 



H 3 12/10/83 CI N H60 

H I a/lf/RS F. 1 N Htn 

H 3 './Ol/''3 I N 



H 2 


l/OS/63 B 1 


N 


H 3 


2/03/63 a I 


N H60 


H 3 


IO/0<./»3 B 1 


N H6D 


H 1 


11/08/R3 e 1 


N H60 


H I 


ll/2'./l"3 P. 1 


N H6P 


H 2 


12/06/R3 B I 


N 


H 3 


12/06/83 b 1 


N HbO 


M 3 


2/aS/R3 3 1 


N H60 


H 3 


3/OB/S3 a 1 


N H60 


H 3 


3/31/S3 B 1 


N 


H 3 


4/22/83 B 1 


N L3D 


H 2 


5/26/S3 B I 


N HbO 


H 3 


7/06/H3 b I 


N HbO 


H 3 


io/o<./P3 a 1 


N H60 


H 1 


Il/Ofl/83 U ' 


N MbO 


H 1 


ll/2<./''3 B 1 


N HbO 


M 2 


12/06/13 i 1 


N 


H 3 


12/J6/S3 rt 


N HbO 


M 1 


12/10/83 C 1 


N HbO 


H I 


12/20/P3 ft 


N HbO 


H 3 


)/jR/«3 a 


N -lb" 


m ? 


9/2''/aS 'i 


N 


H I 


ii/i6/a3 s 


N 



H ? 7/03/83 A 



3 U/l'/flS CI " .„ 

3 12/06/83 a 1 N HbO 

3 12/22/83 n 1 N 

I l2/2''/BJ a 1 N ilbO 



H 3 1/18/83 n 

H 1 9/08/83 a 

H 1 9/10/83 E 

H 3 ll/l l/»3 t 

H 3 12/22/83 S 



1 N L30 

1 P N L30 
1 N L3n 



H 2 l/05/fl3 a 1 N 

H 3 1/29/83 U 1 N Li" 



H 3 3/03/83 b 1 N HbO 
H 3 b/23/83 1 N 



p n? 

P S76 



H 2 2/0'>/83 b 1 
S 2 ll/l<»/83 A 1 



H 2 1/06/81 A 8 

H 2 ',/20/83 A 12 

S 2 7/16/83 A 4 

H 2 9/22/83 C 1 1 

H 2 9/24/83 B 6 



H 3 2/22/83 f ! H „^. 

H 3 11/29/83 B 1 ;i 046 

S 2 U/29/83 A ^ N 

H 2 3/21/83 a 1 P P F70 

S 2 9/13/83 C 6 N 

S 2 12/22/83 a 6 P P 



l/OT/93 A 
1/03/83 a 
1/26/83 C 
2/16/83 a 
2/24/83 C 
2/2S/83 A 
2/28/83 A 
3/0 1/83 A 
3/1S/83 a 
3/16/83 a 
3/16/83 a 
3/19/83 A 
3/24/83 A 
3/31/83 a 
4/16/83 A 
4/23/83 
4/28/83 



1 1 


N M23 




N M51 




N M23 




N »31 




N M2 3 




N 881 




N M23 




*! 




N 




N aei 




N M23 




N M23 




L 




N 831 




N MJ3 


1 1 


N 881 




N M23 



L Y / A N N 



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CmFMICJL LDMPA'IKS 

SEE, fLSO A^HAGEDpO.j CHEMICAL CU. 



Cirr NtEu^ ro oa.-j CHE-ticii cumpanies 
CHr2t-rI,''.,f!^r't''''''^ '"""''""*"•"■. rHr-ncAi.s 



OLAU JAMAGFS SALISIUPV PLANT 

COMICAL pmysr,<y iNsriTuTE of rn«icun.v 

GE JOlhS CuE-tlCAL PISTITUTE 

JAHA.VS ADVANCES SPDK RTP SIUHES JN CrtFMlCAL HISRS 
TkF CirHlCAL fFJPLE 1 rv Slin^l 

•TOWN Mrcrif|>j' SIRESSFS D^UC FIGHT 
■CMEMrCAL PEOPLE- SUPPaRTiiD 

CnEIICAL SOLVENTS, INC. 

CLEVELAND CT.HPAMY bHYS FAST niRHAM ruFMtrti ctuu 

FIRM-S FnPANStON PlXnS F?ED ''EETRG 

CmFUKAL iPILLS 

SFE ALSn AIR PuLLUTlCN 

SEE als" oil spill 

SE| ALSO WATER POLLUTION 
SEE ALS'^ WATER OuALITY 




l?inn, '= J'Jf^TIFIFO AS HYIRAUIIC FLUln 
SCHOOL "US, TANKER CGLLIOe ^ "- >-"ii' 

r^::rnif.*^^?y"^E^ INTO MARSH 



ChlorinE-gXs LEA, FHRCis ^SACiATlPN n 
^??;!f^'->,£"yNO. IN 'RO FORK C-'E = 



F UHC GYMS 




ji?j??""t°'-"e52c£S?^i ^"'-'CA. OAT. 



r^u^k?i^:!^;»t. SPILLED IN Ire-" 



FAMILIES RETURN TO THEIR HOME 

ChFMICAL .jarFaRI 

CHt"ICAL HtApflNRY NOT .N^CTEO 



Chemical maste oi>pusal 



NcAiJ CHAntinuRN 




lnntBUHDUNn STOKACF ICACTUSI 



SF.NTENCF F'tGuN'l., Vcrj CASE 
rnu-IluHI UA«RU CAP LIKELY 



C\US:. i]f LfAH 



c 5S?^^r^^Ai?!iS^^^'^?,;vM e^tiSn^^ff 

^iflr?';?!;^ '"»IC WASTE STulY 

cSv^'A,',^^GEeV?i;rrsfsi?-'«'^^"^ ^'^^ "^ '-'^• 
".f.-^.'^riv^n ^j^°F%^R-?r^' ^'Sr.^^. 

ChFMICAL WASTE MANAGFllcNT INC. 

F*ii2 ^Vli.^v^^■ll:Ah-^--t^'- SITE 



5/^n/fl3 c 


1 N 


LIB 


'j/OT/ni C 


S M 




fi/.if./nj c 


1 M 


M? 1 


O/J^/'M M 


1 i' N 


Wi^A 


7/l'./P3 f 


1 N 




7/20/n3 C 


1 N 


J56 


n/^'./nj i, 


1 N 




3/in/13 c 


I t* F 


H'.S 



5 ? i/l'./ilj :i 
H ? 3/ijl/n3 C 
S : 6/01/8] C 



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H 2 7/23/n3 A 



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y/2?/R3 

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1 

1 7 

1 ■* 

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S 2 2/2H/><3 A ? N 

H 2 7/J3/n3 A 16 N 130 



7 u/a3/n3 1' 

2 U/09/B3 A 



H 2 10/U7/a3 A 1 N L41 

H 2 10/23/83 a in N 

S2U/01/n3U I N 

S 2 11/09/R3 e I N K90 



1/20/13 
2/10/n3 
2/13/R3 
2/17/R3 1 
3/J7/a3 . 
3/aR/R3 1 
3/11/R3 I 
3/1I/H3 I 
3/I2/R3 ; 
3/12/n3 ! 
3/23/83 I 
3/2<./R3 t 
3/30/13 I 
'>/K/H3 C 
5/07/(13 t 
6/0?/n3 A 
6/2V«3 C 
7/03/R3 A 
7/11/13 A 
7/I2/n3 i) 
7/13/R3 Ij 
7/l'./R3 » 
7/U/n3 C 
7/1S/R3 A 
7/27/83 C 
'(/22/n! A 
9/2'./n3 B 
l)/2h/n3 A 
0/27/01 n 

l/oo/nj A 

2/17/fl3 A 
2/30/83 A 
2/31/83 A 



T P^S 

N 

N 

N 

H X54 

N F3n 

N M51 

N 151 

N 



N 


K^n 


N 


K90 


N 




N 




M 


K9n 


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N 


K40 


N 


K90 


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N 


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l/12/'ii h 
1/23/8) A 
3/2'./ri) f, 
4/l0/8i A 
'>/l<>/83 C 
5/OS/n3 !• 
6/23/83 II 
7/09/83 A 
7/22/8) 
9/oa/RJ t 
9/09/8 1 II 
9/11/83 P 
</17/fll A 
^/19/RJ A 
9/22/aj A 
9/23/83 u 
9/23/83 A 
10/12/83 C 
11/03/83 C 



N ,11,1 
^I 1(90 
N S51 



N 

N S51 

N K90 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N K90 

N -181 

F 

G 

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3 3/30/83 C 1 N L30 
2 */l2/a3 A 12 N 



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■•ATtllALS 



Chemicals .,-„, 

SEE alSl'' MA/AaunuS 

m Atlo TOm! ^r^SlA.CE CQNIRO. ACT 

SEE ALSO uMJNi. nu'MAM 

SEE ALSg UNID-'i. N.C. 



' 6/25/63 All N 830 

2 7/T3/B3 A IS N il3C 

2 d/0«./H3 A '*„■'„,„ 

2 9/17/83 = \ P N «3n 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

M 1 

H 2 



io/a'^/B3 c 

10/l<./"3 A 

10/1'./B3 C 

io/2n/»3 r. 

12/01/83 A 



"^Ei'^EsVEO-'cMESlCALS eEI^G ^VALUATSp AT KT, 

t ^^?r?n!i IS"£.5JCst^^?i iGf P » n / .CALS 

FAB-EKS fACE -OOE HEALTH RISKS Than ■inST--SCI EnT I ST 

""'"'V.ih S^fpL'uS^.iUD ON ETHIC. ^^^ ,,,,^ 

STjny; Chemical cdmBoS -tr 3E mOKE tjxic 
^sS^„?'^iiTH:i'p?np;:riAS?'f?r.«re« HE..3uroE .uLES 

STUINOEa BIOCIDE POLICY IS UK.EO 
ChEMOThcBaPT 

SEE IlsS -isiJUANA. MEDICAL USE 

SS^C br^MS„f*?,ru^EriJ CHEMTIHLRAPY 
DRjr, MAY HELP CANCER '"?««'■», 
" J»uGS IMPOOVE CANCta nuTLOO< 
PIONEFSING nSllG INVENTOR PRESSlS IN AT 78 
COURT RlbHl in MtLP GIBL 

""1i^?£-5^^s^s?J^;-is;iJpi^T|;A?>rsL'SAME 

i!i|S'RtSER^i^^SC%f;E?"21lEEj.-r,iJw^'M0u«TAn 

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S 2 
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H 2 
H 2 
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5/l-(/fl3 A 
S/23/n3 C 
5/25/83 A 
O/01/B3 A 
7/10/B3 
9/2'./e3 A 


1 
12 
11 

I 1 

A 


E 
N 
N 
N 
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E 


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H ? 
H 2 
H 2 


5/08/B3 
4/31/83 A 
7/17/83 C 
7/l>)/93 A 


7 
1? 

1 
10 


N 
N 
N 
N 



CMfkOHEc INDIAN RESEPVATIDN 

■■ B|g4mCk5 bINGL ORAJS 2,'.00 

BINGO -INN£»S GET »16,667 c» CH 

CrtEROKEc INOIA-15 

SEE ALSO INOIA.S 



INutANS IN \.C. CRITICIZE SOM; Rt-AHKS BY -AlTS 

Th"s OINGQ gI-E pays some BIG PAyOFE 

A SAO SCENE FOB Ch£Ro<EES 

OLAME luRlP'ANS FOR TRAIL OF TEArtS 

ChEOCEE NATIONS UILL MEET 



CHERHhEE NiJCLtAK PLANT 




DUKE PO-ER CANCELS PL'^J.^ ., , ^, 
DUKE Pu.ER CANCELS^NLiClEAR.PL=NT_ 



UKE Pu.ER '^•""^|'-5^'*y£hIS''-S'-"^F:i<S ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Of FUTURE 
"^'■'?^C?r""'uTILITI?s"boS--,UClEA»"rSjECTs"fSr COAL 

iukS pq^ER has PfiOPOsiL TO Pay for CANCELED PLANT 

^Ir J^SeS "eiuESTS customers Pay for plant 

WE'RE PAYING FOR NOTHING ,,,,^,^ 

Sure PO.ER REQUEST .-ill 3E CONTESTS') 

RATE Hl«£ JNJUSTJFIEO 

UTILITY hFahING tonight 

nii«F pnyER CALLED WASTEFUL 

£1 Bl k\ ^I'L^lf PIyJI^SSyBACK on PLANT 

2!;5LI"?OE'UYs"uKr?J-irMA.ING MONEY ON MISTAKES 

iSiirh^hlV^^'i^'i'^^l^'^^ -"TAL HEALTH PROGRAMS 

CmERRY point marine corps air STATION 
SEE ALSO U.S. MARINE CJRPS 
MHO'S GCLC3SICKING7 
MARINE SAYS SHE "»S ASSAULTEO 

B;^ ^^m:mhM^^ln^^^^i^-ro .c 



CHERRY TREES 

HILLSIDE HIGH BAND 



'.■CI'i: BANn Tn REPRESFNT N.: . IN WASHINGTON FESTIVAL 
ILLSI^E SANO IV.,"^j5'=jL"i IN CHERRY BLOSSOM PARADE 



SEE ALSO GAMES 

TEicSEriSsNED TO CHESS TO muIIVATE hIS STUDENTS 

'"^*^7-5.^?t'tS-nhouse project is -.ompleteo 
chester's tailors and alterations 

7 DOWN, 7 n GO FOR CENTER 

cmEwIng tobacco 

III :tl3 loBi«3 spitting COnTE'T 
she chews for a living 
chewi'jg. dipping risky, too 

folks around here: with The WE jET 

'"'-"UVFR'/ic}lON"ls"fOcSs%F «ILD£"S TEACHING 
iA^E -hEELE" SETS EiCELlcNT E<ampiE 

stuoents Choose boo«s 

TWO CMARGEO wlTH BRFAK-IN 

Two TEENS FACE BREAK-IN ClARGi^S 

TARGETS OF Thieves 

C-hJInIn^'j'n'JS^'hiCh-.eLEaSES honor ROLL 
WINGS OF EIRO' 

chewMng honor poll kELEaSEO 

SPARTAN SHOWS SKILL uiKjnm 

CamBOCIan MASTERS EN;,L ISm wII;' HONORS 
i-ERICANS CAN LEAON BY C AMBODI AN E XAMPLFS 
ChEwNInG LISTS HONOR GROUP ME'BERS 
ChIIIn NG PUPILS TO VISIT 'GRAVEYARD SHIFT- 
CLASS TO SEF 'DURHAM AFTER 0a> <• 



7/03/B3 C 1 
7/0'./83 a 1 



H 2 1/2D/B3 A I? N 

H 7 6/07/83 A I N 

H 2 7/10/B3 A <. e 

H 2 7/22/B3 A 4 L 

H 2 l2/l<./83 A 15 N 



2/05/83 A 
3/15/83 B 
3/16/83 A 
4/21/83 A 
4/30/83 A 
5/09/B3 A 
5/26/83 A 
7/01/93 A 
7/01/83 C 
7/28/83 A 
7/28/83 b 
7/2^/B3 A 
3/04/63 C 
3/05/33 e 
3/05/83 C 
3/17/63 a 
11/01/83 A 
11/10/93 



T32 
L41 
T32 



S ? 5/03/83 A 2 
H ? 9/17/63 A 1 \ 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



5/13/83 A 

1/10/63 A 

10/36/B3 B 

11/04/93 A 

12/10/83 C 



H 2 4/07/83 B 
S 2 4/07/83 A 



1 P N E05 



H 2 4/30/B3 A t P P T37 

H 2 5/01/63 A It N 

S 2 4/08/83 a 4 N sa3 

H 2 7/17/83 A I M F L41 



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1/10/83 


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p 


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6/11/83 


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12/13/83 


B 










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1/10/R3 






p 


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6U5 


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1/22/83 












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2/11/B3 














2/22/93 












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2/22/B3 












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2/29/«3 








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7 


3/11/93 












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3/12/83 




1 4 








7 


4/26/83 












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4/27/9! 












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4/21/B3 




14 








7 


5/06/83 












7 


5/14/93 












7 


5/19/83 




2U 








7 


5/24/93 












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5/25/93 













L Y / i N 



i J I) J c c r i 



iin-^nn socif. T» 



IFcS-JGErt IS AKIcSTFJ IN '<KEA'-l,g 

f '^".•.■'J*''^'-"'' SAM smLfN 

CMCWN MC AN.-IJUNCE'; HQ'IOO TOLL STuntjI? 
a^'tIU li^'AlJ fl^'INC "F TFArifr'^ 

c>5.Ip is'f\reo"' °"' '^'"" ''°""^ 

?;^^-;;:\-,i^?rJ^PArs"^^^ i^iu^ ^fIfor^^a"Sc"I",ssue 

T?!«'!'cl^,'53'^!''" RFSPonsibiLi TY 

TFAChES'S FUI\G WA'SN'T ««CIS1 

?2c ?,°f''' = ^ 1 Of 3 SCHOQL 'RAMSFFRS 

h"^?:;!;? A!i3'2'sin^Y """ "°''™ STUDENTS 



CMfri'iI'io JU-ilO^ HIGH SCHOOL SPIRTS 

.JHcuE THERE'S A nILL lAND AN AMATO 



THERE • 
BASEflALI. 



C.lE,NIfG JUNIUR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, 
CHc«N[nG Chfws up LOWES GROVE 

CriEiniNG Jij.'lIUR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. CIRI S 
CHEj;M..C TJUJNEY TQ-ORROU ^' ^'"-^ 

HANLEY PULLS UPScT; ClfEWN I NC i DVANC F S 
ChC„.|1>,g jni. 100 HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. JRFSTLING 

CHEWM IC v.. CaRAINGTON: WREST l I ,;G /i TH TR An I T I Of, 

Chicago, Illinois 

pay up...1^ else 

ChIlagO, ILLIMIIS, ELECTIONS 

5lN?"YPN'f "I'r^'l.^l lm''cLr°-'-'ti'"l'J," ^?,'J !"" once ■■•(Cartoon, 

ON-AGAIN, JFF-AGAIN f-KI'T.H. SEE JANc RUN ANYWAY ICARTOOr*! 
KAlISH, SOuIh ANO NOKTh 

No^^'-Ynr^A'^irj;;;;^ •*""«"= -""^ ^c"'^. nis,.ARMFNi 

mingkity Success not new 

ChICAMACIIMICO LlFfSAVING STATION 
if-r Al SO R t .L OL "1 

TAR HI [L LI'-lSAVK.G srAIIO,'* \: 

chuangs 

SFE HISPANIC', 

SEE Hf XICAN-A-frR ICANs 

THF CHKKfcN lfP.i>(cllLY 
SAFF at hOIIF 

chicKcn I'KIuGE 
FF-- - 
C 



fJOW A MUSL UM 



AS KGB ChICkFN of SAN niFGOl 



FSTIVAL AnO RIjN PLANNLO In CHATHAM 

?lJr?'\'^-,i:''' "^"^ '"C fATHFRS SA?u..OAY 
FOWL- hu-Uhi GHOSTLY PUN USE5 TO PROHOTE 



CrllCfttN FAflFK'; 

ChICKE.n i-akxCRS wOkrllEO 

Chilkfn hui I F>rr I ri vill' sr.i 
THiff GfTS gumak, Clothes 

CHlC»t».s 

SFl AIS'I PuuLr.(Y INOU'.IRY 

Chicki h' tj iir oesihgYiI. 

LM TL' Pt F P[ KS 

FuluRt PlRj: lii'jJY'S PtFH 10 

ChILO AbANt'Uf*MF:.T 

At'ANUONFU UAHY OISCOVFKFU 
i.'£J''I, '•'»'■ P"U^U A'lANDONFO 
9AbY ASAnOOOEO at AIHPUKT 



I'lAl CACKLt IN M uAVS 



AUPOT bAliY STILL UNIOCNriFiro 
LUKPLHAL FaClS CMAh'f 



^OmJ;: c"ai5'",KfaNt"'""- ""'" ""■" '■" ""fi* nnJPITAL FOR lESfS 
WOMAN WANTS HfR dOY 
BABY-S MDH SSNTTNCEO 
•lOTHER IS TOLD TO -GKOw UP • 

WOMAN GETS 15-YEAR SENTENCE t=lK LETTING BABY Olf IN wOUOS 
CHIlO AbUSF, N.C. 

let ?.'-5^ PATTFRfO WOMFN 



SEE Jttfl DO^'eS?k'Jic?eScf°'' "" '^""■^'EN »N0 fA-ILIES 



III Its" PS'iL'J'iT^igVE;!^ "'° =""•" "^'SE SERVICES 
SEE ALSO fiuRUFR, U.S. 



INC. (ALAMANCE CO. I 




RM 

S JfATH 



rHioP-,rVV-f„^"'J'^' BRINGS PRISIN TFR 
CHAOLTTTE COUPLf CHArGEO IN CHIl'l'^ 

cSVlg-a^^As" 'S,;"Hn.s olmh'^"'-'' ^ 

CHILD AEuSe TRIAL QPtWS 

CHILD WATCH FUTURE IS UNCERTAIN 

wioM.N coNvirTFD Of Aflu^i'i;rc'^, ^n 

ZiS.S'U ; '^IVFN SUSPE'IOFD SNTtNCF 

J rciA\r;J? = ?„fL%^"^-t? ^"" 



l/17/8<. 



S 2 



HATE 

6/U1/R3 

6/0 vnj 

i/03/"1 

7/07/83 
7/31/A3 
U/I l/IS 
(!/15/n3 
a/l6/R3 
3/il/B3 
11/23/13 
3/23/P3 

■7/15/13 
'J/21/'<3 
1/2i/Bi 

11/21/B3 



PG [ P HYL 



C05 
C05 



'I W24 



H 2 12/I5/P3 B 6 P P S66 
H ? './^■7/e3 J 1 F W2« 

■^ ? 5/07/B3 A <) N 



S 2 5/17/13 .1 2 
S 2 5/19/83 b 2 
S 2 5/20/83 3 



N 



H 2 2/13/83 d '7 o F R66 
<; 2 2/21/83 A i, F 



H 7 



2/25/83 A 
3/19/83 A 
3/20/83 n 
"./OI/PS A 
■•/H/RS A 
'./17/e3 
',/21/R3 A 



R56 
856 



S 2 12/16/83 C 



S 2 9/05/83 A 3 P P K3n 



H 3 3/12/83 P 1 N 

;; 3 ",/n/n3 u 1 N HOC 

H 1 ",/ 15/83 b 1 N 



H 2 <,/25/83 A J N 
H 2 12/2'7/8J A If. N 



M 2 


1/03/83 1) 


*. 


N 




H ? 


■./Ol/B) C 


1 


P P 


S76 


H 2 


1 1/1 1/83 A 


1 3 


M 


8)0 


S 2 


2/07/83 C 


2 


N 




H 2 


2/08/8) A 




N 




H ? 


2/20/83 A 


I 


N 




H 2 


2/21/83 A 


2 


N 




S 2 


2/2 1/83 C 


A 


N 




H ? 


2/22/83 A 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/22/83 l; 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/23/8) A 


1 3 


N 




S 2 


3/10/83 A 


5 


N 




y 2 


3/11/83 B 


5 


N 




S 2 


<./08/n3 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


'>/J9/e3 A 


10 


N 




H 2 


6/22/83 A 


12 


N 





2 i/^?/aj A 


5 


N 


2 l/2<?/«3 4 


•i 


H 


? 2/2fl/n3 C 


3 


P N F05 


? l/0l/fl3 H 


I 


N 046 


2 './OZ/in A 


^ 


M 


? 4/07/83 A 


1 


N 


? *t/l7/fi3 A 


I 


N 046 


2 './21/83 A 


I '^ 


N 


' 4/28/83 A 


I 


N 


2 5/34/83 P 


s 


N 


2 5/05/83 C 


I 2 


N 


2 5/07/93 A 


I 2 


N 


2 5/28/83 A 


3 


N 


2 6/t5/R3 C 


1 2 


N 


1 7/0?/fl3 C 


I 


N 


2 7/l'»/fl3 Li 


c; 


N 


1 7/21/83 H 


1 


N 


? 7/27/83 A 


1 


N 


2 8/05/13 A 


2 


N 


' 8/0^/8 3 A 


1 b 


N 


3 10/12/83 b 


1 


N W36 


2 10/12/83 A 


16 


N 


3 lJ/13/83 b 


1 


ri W36 


2 10/13/^3 A 


I 4 


N 


? 10/14/83 A 


1 3 


N W36 


? 11/03/83 C 


5 


N 


2 1 1/10/83 C 


6 


N 


2 Il/n/83 C 


5 


N 


2 11/15/83 A 


5 


N 



mqnthly/a ".'ioV ,; ,'- 



iiir.rp Hill F<^ UAY CAR6 CE'-'TER MAY STAY OPFN 
ivO?DlNG SEX A6USE--NfS PUGGRIM for 5TH SRAOb 

SlisrSS-sSiEH Sqh'n'Is CHARGE! IN DEATH UF OAUGHTER 
p53gSAM TrVes TT BREiK THE CYCLE OF CHILD ABUSE 

"^'Vii'ino'.^irh^fO -OHEN ^ 
SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILD MOLESTAIIO': 
SEE ALSO CHILOREN, "UROER 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 
SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

REPENT ANO GET WEALTHY 

DON-T BLAME PJEACHER FUR 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 123 
1/17/8'. 



ABUSE DATA 



HQRSEBiCK RIDE TO FIGHT CHILD ABUSE 

'^'"'•°G5aup"sEEHS°TIGHTES\uLES ON SCHOOL PADDLINGS 
rS?LO AID COMMISSION IS SEEKI'lG TRUST FUND 
CH to 5dSoCa?ES ASK LEGISLATORS FOR SUPPORT 
PROGRAM EYES TRUANCY 

CHILO AND PARENT SUPPORT SERVICES 

VOLUNTEERS GET RECOGNITION 




lES ABOUND 



CHILD CARE PROGRAM IS OFFERED 

DAY CARE HOMES STUDIED 

SUMMER PROGRAMS 

A TIMFLY CONTRIBUTION 

SUMMERTIME FUN 

COMMUNITY ASSFT5 

p'SJ?,5l5'S3StlTrf5°KE " S PUBLIC-SCHOOL OAY 
SSSmSn3s; ^EAOER BACK TEACHER PAY HIKE 



ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO S'.hOULS, AFTER 5C 

Itin TRI^IS INTERVENTION PRIGBAMS 

i^lR nuOHiM CITY SCHOOLS, DAY CARE PROGRAM 

ttsS duSha'm coInty scHonJs. child care cent 



AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAM 



CHILO CARE CENTERS 
SEE ■■ '" '■•■"=■ 
SEE 
SEE 

SEE ALSO DURhIm day ■CARE"COUNCiL 

in Jtl8 ?VSTp?^?^^??Rn5°?i^u;CH .DURHAM,, CH.LD care program 




rnNSOLIOATToN OF STATE GARAGE^ PROPOiEO 
£??TEfl BREiK OAY CARE IS OFFE>ED IN DURHAM 

FEDERAL SUPPORT VITAL FOR DAY-CARE AGENCIES 

CHILD APuSt TRIAL OPENS 

UOMAN CONVICTED OF ABUSING CHILT 

RIGGSBEE IS GIVEN SUSPENDED S=NTENCE 

inSiN 15 GIVEN SUSPENDED TERM 

js;iis'TSE'!:^'UY'^SA;:?^'^AY-cA.E center changes 

rY-?ARl''iN?TrhI?';pSif!jAL fro- board 
jJJgE rGlES DAY CARE CENTER HAY STAY OPEN 
DAY CARF WORKSHOP SET 

CHILD CARE CENTERS, CHURCH OPERATED 

"lENi^^R^SE^Ss c'8mP^EKII?'on CHURCH CENTER LICENSES 
fHlRl-H DAY-CARE CENTER EXEMPTION ADVANCES 
autSSeaJeRS DEFEND PRESENT CI EDIT INSURANCE 

'"'^°S^jS?0^^?Ei;^chi^P^H5i?t 5^r.SI?S\^^NTER LICENSES 




DAY-CARE LICENSE EXEMPTION APPROVED 
"C. DAY-CARE STANDARDS SAIOLOW 

correction 

CmIlo Custody 

SFE also alimony 

ili?:iH:'!^i:?^?»syi>°i^c2^?ssY-i?jHT 

hASKINS v. HASKINS 

IftS? p'r.m'iEi'oN SI.TF-S PULI:y UF RENTING HOUSES 

S2A?'Sif"fS?N?"S'F'5wORCE-a.ITLE STOkY, 

•FUR THE LOVE OF BETSY' 

ARTICLE SERVED A PURPOSE , ^„ 

GOVERNMENT HIDES CHILDREN FROI FaThFR 

cSipT SA?S LOVE PART OF CUSTODY RULING 

fees given ok in custody casev 

Child molestation 

SEE ALSO ChIlO ABUSE. N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHILO ABUSE, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

MAN IS Charged with assault 
TEEN FACES Charges 

HAN ACCUSED OF MOLESTATION 
MOLESTING CHILOREN CHARGED 
QRiNGE CONTRACTOR SENTENCED 



P D 

5 2 

H 3 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



DATE 



S 

E 

C PG 



ll/2'5/R3 B 
12/0I/n3 B 
12/06/R3 A 
IZ/OI/RJ C 
12/21/83 A 



H 2 6/16/83 A <. 
H 2 6/2<./il3 A <. 
5 2 11/09/63 A 10 



1/07/63 a 1 N |05 

2/28/83 C 3 P N 605 

3/01/63 6 1 N 046 

S 2 9/01/B3 CI N C05 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 3/21/83 A 
5 2 5/02/83 A 



3/0/83 
3/11/83 
'./10/R3 
5/10/83 
5/12/83 
5/16/83 
5/16/83 
5/19/63 
9/01/83 
9/06/83 
9/28/B3 
9/26/63 



R91 
S76 



1 P F H<,5 



I 

E 

N COS 

E 

N COS 



H 


2 


H 


/ 


H 




s 




H 




S 




s 




H 




H 




H 




s 




H 




H 




S 




H 




5 




S 




s 




s 




s 




H 





l/2fe/83 


A 


6 P 


N 




1/26/83 


A 








2/0^/83 


A 








2/0<?/83 


A 


^1 






2/l''/fl3 


1) 








^/Ol/83 


A 


10 






^/27/R3 


H 








^/2fl/F'3 


H 








fl/02/fl3 


A 


I I 






9/0?/fl3 


B 








9/08/33 


A 








10/12/83 


B 








IQ/13/B3 


tt 








10/13/83 


A 


1 t. 






10/1^/83 


A 


13 






11/03/83 


c 








U/Ofl/flJ 


B 








11/15/83 


A 








11/22/83 


b 








11/29/83 


B 








12/0^/83 


A 


10 







H 2 <,/l3/83 A 3 N 

H 2 5/0',/83 b 5 N 

H 2 5/06/83 A 7 N 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

M 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



4/13/83 A 

4/16/83 A 

4/22/83 A 

4/23/83 A 

5/04/83 B 

5/06/81 A 

5/07/83 A 

12/05/83 C 

12/06/83 A 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H I 

S 2 



2/25/83 B 
3/18/83 A 
4/03/63 E 
4/15/63 A 
4/16/83 A 
4/19/83 A 
4/21/83 A 
5/05/83 A 
5/12/83 A 
5/16/83 A 
6/09/83 B 
7/29/83 A 




HAN SENTENCED IN ABORTION C A S= 
RENT-TO-OWN MEASURE WINS JP^T^;'; '' 
!JUHY INDICTS fOBMER^CHARLOTTE TEACH 



«0nTl1L»/4N 



INDEX 
li/31/83 



SUBJECTS 






CHipft h\1:1 ata ?;JI.^ «";"!- T, KIDNAP CHARCfS 

?A%\ L^A^''""'; ^J??^ SaS^.e^" uonapp.mo. assault 
iRVSLi'?''2fe?5 CONVICTION °^ '^'^^ 

pf^sc'^i^.%\\^gc"Af5SS'y^%iif^s 5""^^ "«"-«" 

?iiB^i:^?ir£hB7f;:"i^^^OF-"?«'^^°-^-esTo. 

POLICE LOOKING FOR Me'n' Il^vOL V-: D '","cH , LO-LU» I NG 

Child POfiNncPAPMv 

SEE *LSn POflNOGPAPMY 

ll'^ni/r'o'nl"tl'o.l'^l ?I?f"L^"?^uc'^s^ fo«°'Ll^i slatoks 

ANTI-PORNOGRAPHy BILL ADVANCES 

i^siJ^ANJi^^^jSiSsi'T^^s^s^ir" '"' '^'^°"'-' 

Child phostitut ion 

SEE ALSO prostitution 
The IMMORAL c'XAMPLE 
rODAr-S HOVIES BECOME SIGNS FOR RFaLITy 

Child rearing 

^^LJ'-^S I*"'-'' chilohoud education 
BOTH Parents help babies to gqJ up — 

r^l^ll^c^k^ ruUGH, EVEN FOR -SINTS^ 
^to}^^5 OFFFRED FOR PARFNTS 
PARENTING REJUIBES SKILLS 
EXPENSE DELAYS CHILO-BEiRING 

Child rearing, costs 

^^i.?t59„'^""-D support 

8ack-t0-sch0^l may mean big bills 
Child restraint seats 

sel AtiS se-'r^EL^tf ''" '■''"" """'■<"•'' 
A'sAFl'liay"'"* """ '"J''^"«ED DISC 
IcfFL"'^^ ''OR Children 

LEGISLATORS TOLD CHILD-RESTrIi'L'-I?'.! T"" V^^ '^'= SEAT RESTRa 

Child safety 

see also safety 

Child support 

III Iti s"»"^"°«'''"''^^"cgi?? ""''^""^^ ^"'^°«^N 

SeI l[l°c, SfT?5;:i'T?"^;iT?"'- °' '°'''' services, child support 

PuPl iy.c"«?ff° ;;"" NON-SUPPORT 

CH^to's5p?ife SlLt^OFiiSp^'* ^^"■° SUPPORT. ALIMONY LAWS 

COMPUTER COMMISSION BILL OPPnSFn 

STATE HfLPS COLLECT SUPPORT OivMci..rc 

?^^SR'ciiE^"f^5ll„ET^N•^i d"" o'«^? c';?^r-- 

RuSf^T^r'^fl Jl^oi'odo GrSnt"^ "" ^""-^ 5"""°" 

So'-LONGfR E^Sy°T§\S*1lk"r-5V*'5'"<^ PAYMENTS 
STEADY CAINS MAO? "U I D CH I L |5- SUP POR T PAYMENTS 
SENA?f SHKo"3K"\i?L§'su^Wfc? ^VlT'' 

'""°»;.V^i"^S?^„^°|? 55a?^V,;™ -SSING PERSONS 

CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

:t|[] B'tR^yrc'^N^S^L"'* HOSPITAL. 
SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMiTF 

If :ttg StlJ^ISi^Y^ "^ GYNECOLOGY 
SEE ALSO PRENATAL EXERCISE 

COUPLE'S FIRST bSby ^'aLSO OJRHA 



N E 


E 


p n 


DATE C 


s ? 


n/on/n3 c 


H 2 


8/09/fl3 B 


S J 


8/Ofl/H3 A 


H 3 


ti/lO/e3 B 


S 2 


a/17/fu A 


H ? 


B/IB/R3 A 


H 2 


IO/23/J13 A 


H 3 


ll/lB/>i3 B 


N 2 


U/11/83 a 


H 2 


1 1/23/83 L 


H 2 


1 1/27/83 C 


h 3 


12/01/83 e 


S 2 


12/13/83 A 


H ? 


12/l',/e3 t 


S 2 


U/l<./83 A 


5 2 


12/15/83 A 


H 3 


12/18/83 fi 


H ? 


12/16/83 C 


S 2 


12/16/83 C 


H 2 


3/30/83 A 


H 2 


3/31/83 A 


H 2 


'./a'./83 4 


H 2 


<./07/a3 4 


H ? 


*/a8/B3 B 


H 2 


'./12/R3 e 


H 2 


4/13/83 A 


H 2 


'•/15/e3 4 


H 2 


'./29/83 A 


H 7 


5/28/83 A 


H 7 


7/15/83 C 


H 2 


7/21/83 4 


H 2 


7/22/83 C 


H 2 


<)/l 1/83 U 


H 2 


9/21/83 A 


S 2 


'./23/83 A 


S 2 


5/21/83 A 


H I 


5/2 7/83 11 


5 2 


7/08/83 B 


S 2 12/23/fl3 B 



''G I P TYL 



N W36 
N W36 



H 2 8/12/83 



EXPANDED 
INTS 



2/0<)/8J 
5/25/83 
5/28/83 
5/30/83 
6/26/83 
6/27/83 
7/07/83 
7/09/83 
8/10/83 



1 2 
1 



N 

N J56 

N 

E 



H 2 1/03/83 B 1 
S 2 1/03/B3 B 5 
S 2 3/09/83 4 5 



ENFORCEMENT UNIT 



1/18/83 

1/21/83 

1/23/83 

2/10/R3 

2/10/83 

2/11/83 

2/16/83 

2/16/83 

2/23/83 

3/17/B3 

3/22/83 

<./27/B3 

5/10/83 

5/25/83 

6/27/83 

7/02/83 

7/I7/B3 

7/19/83 

7/28/83 

8/20/83 

9/05/83 

9/06/83 

9/07/83 

9/07/83 

9/12/83 

0/02/83 

0/21/83 

0/22/83 

0/31/83 

l/2<./83 

1/25/83 



12 

1 

2 1 



N J56 

G J56 

G J56 

N 0",6 

r. J56 



N nai 

E 

N J56 



S 2 9/16/83 B I 
' 2 10/12/83 4 16 



BIRTHING KOUM 
UBSTETKICS-GYNtCOLUGY 



^s?'5^^Ti???gj5'Ifsi^i:ci?L°^l^i;;;\5i;-if;;i^4j5*?4L 



S 2 1/01/93 A 
H 2 1/04/83 B 
H 2 1/06/83 A 



N N U A L 



12/31/83 



PACE 12'' 
l/17/8<. 



W^^:^JBh^iiB^^\ii c2SE'ti>. 0..E. ... 

MIDklFE 6UL SPABKS nOlE B 1 9 TH S OEdATE 

tSinS delivered 61 FIREFIGmTEJS 
ioTHEa, bABY. NEED 1EDK4L haJmONY 
F01.«S ASOuSo HEBE: LIFE IN DUtMAI 

'"■^^I'Ilsd aoqlescence^^ ^^ 

111 ItIS ^SJe^Nol'S^AS^ScACY COJNCL OS CHILDREN ...0 YOUTH 

SEE ALSO MOHE INSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO OuINTuPLETS 

SEE ALSO SIAMESE TV.INS 

SEE ALSO TRIPLETS 

SEE ALSO TuINS 

CREATIVE UAITING 

CHERueS OF The LAKE COUNTRY 

DRAGON BUNTING 

PLAY BALL 

COOLING OFF 

LEATHERS IN PHOTO 

GETTING A LITTLE HtLP 

FRENCH T«IST 

AFTERNOON NAP 

auILDING A CLUB 

HELLO DOLLY 

TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF 

rtHILING AMAY THE TIME 

CHRISTMAS IS FOR CHILDREN 

CHILDREN, ACClOEvrs 

see accidents. children 

Children, advertising 

SEE Children, television 

c«iloren,^art^ toooler artists create a chads of color 

N?cI"sYipHON» INSPIRES artists 
AFRICA INSPIRES PRIZE art 

'F-Atrlll^Si^fcSS;? SrA^7?-vIT,ES FOR CHILDREN 

^"■tir^A^e^li'^f^.lllES. 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT. 

SSLiJ^sS::^:. 'tis SSONS' PROF ItI'lE at SChOOL-S -golden goose- STORE 

Children, cancer 



U.S. 

YOUTH 



^^S-QKlSu'^f'lNKED TO A CHILOHOOL CA'lCER 
OUKE STuoi: CHILD CANCER HlCH -HEN faTh 



OukE S 

SPRUCE PINE JOY 

js.oon I ' - ■ ■ " 



FAN OF REDSKINS 



ER SMOKES 



S RAISED FOR CANCER VICJI- 
• s clImc opened at DJK| 



burE-CLl-NIC-pROilDES- SERVICES TO ChIlHREN -ITH 5RAIN TUMORS 

SsiYSTIFYlNG CHILDHOOD CANCER GOAL OF MEETING 

YOUTH FACES FFAR. AS WELL AS JIScASE 

^eyJlR-OLS'nlSL^SUFFERING FRO-< CANCER ALMOST S-EPT PRESIDENT OFF HIS. 

HIGH-LEVEL PAL 

'""•°C0O;i£g°SCHQOL ATTRACTS INTER=STED YOUNG CHEFS 

CHILDREN. COST OF RAISING 
SEE CHILD REARING. COSTS 

'""se"a;so'?hVlDREN. MURDER 

SEE ALSO COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS 

GROUP OFFERS UNOERSTANOING TO bEREAVED PARENTS 

Children. dhuGS 

see also drug abuse 

"ItSHJ- ISSfV^NoJ^ChESf h'ar^'youngsters „ ^. 

cIu?i6n IS URGED I-i USE OF ANT 1 -P SYCHOT IC DRUG. 
ALLY DISTIIR"ED 



^"'t??^^A;sE''SJWK'ENC?l'EygT!§NALLY DISTURBED 

SEE ALSO Children, suicid'^s 




u 


c 


S 
£ 




p 





DATE C 


PG 




? 


i/09/ei A 


q 


H 


? 


l/21/'>3 


i 


H 


7 


1/21/P3 B 


I 


S 


? 


1/31/83 C 


<. 


H 


7 


2/20/^3 E 






? 


5/01/93 A 


in 




? 


5/05/n3 A 


6 


h 




5/0<»/83 A 


•i 


S 


7 


5/lD/a3 A 




s 


? 


6/lB/M A 


i 


s 


' 


7/07/n3 A 


lU 


H 


? 


3/31/?3 A 


6 


H 


7 


<)/23/93 




H 


2 


12/27/83 6 


I 



L 
E 
N M23 



3/17/83 C 


I P 


P 


M66 


&/21/83 3 








6/2^/83 C 








6/30/83 C 








7/06/83 C 








7/07/83 C 








7/13/B3 C 






KiU 


7/l'./93 A 


I P 






7/2^/fl3 A 








7/27/83 A 






-ilb 


9/07/83 C 








11/21/83 A 








11/2^/83 C 








W/23/S3 B 









2/19/13 
3/09/93 
6/0')/93 
6/23/93 
6/30/93 
9/09/83 



K 




P 


F 


h 








n 




P 


N 


n 




P 


F 


n 




n 


N 





12 





N 



S 2 7/0<./93 C 1 
H 2 9/01/93 S 1 
H 2 12/03/83 e 1 



K30 
F70 
L<.l 



1/21/93 
1/21/93 
3/02/93 
3/11/B3 
5/15/93 
5/17/93 
9/03/93 
9/D'./93 
9/2'/93 
11/02/83 
11/09/93 



5 
11 
13 
25 
10 

1 
17 



2 8/0'./93 C 1 P F M95 



S 2 12/17/93 A 19 
S 2 12/21/93 4 6 
S 2 12/21/93 A 6 



M A15 
N A15 



S 2 

H 2 



7/27/93 C 1 
7/28/83 C 2'< 



PROGRAM FOR -ILLIE M. CHILDREN 



III ItsO f;fENT iHe-.TIFICaTIuN program ITIPI 
iouCAlICN LAW THREATENED 

'p:*e^N3^0[el!°.5°?Ae^"VS-^>,V, COLLEGE STUDENTS 
^A^Ji:'icA^^S^N^ aSI ^S2 liTSSSc?^p'T?D-2S^°G,FTE0-PuP.LS PROGRAM AT COLLEGE 



1/15/93 
3/10/93 
3/19/93 
5/22/93 
6/06/93 
10/30/93 
H/l'./93 
12/03/83 
12/12/93 
12/22/93 



1/24/R3 
2/17/83 

2/17/93 
3/17/93 
3/50/83 
<./13/93 
'./15/93 
9/03/93 
9/04/93 
U/11/93 
12/29/83 



I 
15 



1 

3 

1 

15 

12 

16 



L30 

M2 3 
130 



N H23 
N «2« 



N H24 

N 



ML Y / A rj N 



i/ni/8) - 



I N E < 



s u 6 J e c r s 



SEE *LSO «uTI^M 




FORMULA PaaPOSEO FOR SOKE SCMIQL FIIN.l-; 

S!i;i!-,S'^'^"5SES TEST MoniFiCArioNS 

SE'2^rr.SE'°$sjoJ?.~j^gaH?SRr^'°*" 



PPEO CHILOREM 



CHILDREN, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO Children, hospitals 

s'li A*tig s^it?s^^•Rr"^ ""VICES 



STUOlf SHOWS LEAD AFFECTS ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY IN BRAIN 
ILOREN, HOSPITALS 
"loSti°p?E°^A'R£"c'^iLSfl'EN lol'A}1,''t-;^L<2''„hll',r"' HOSPITALS, 

Ho^^^f?iL-^Rr^N^Ss'v\Sp-ti%^srLUElJ"- --«--•' 



Children, 

HYPfRACTIviTY "has 'many CAUSES 

^^^sEi3c^E'^rA?^3N?"y?L[°iTlhi;'2iua"— 

Children, learning 

if! ?t|2 fr«tr';cir:DKSE^^?S3tAf?SN"'""^ "°^-" 




death 
APPEAL 



CHlLOrtEN, MENTALLY RETARDED 
SEE CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

Hi tif!''"'"^ DISABILITIES 
SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

CHILDREN, MURDER 

IH fl-IS Children, deaths 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 
SEE ALSO MURDER, U.S. 

?9Itl^" CONVICTED IN CIRL -S 

iJ'O'J'E^S SUBMIT -ILLUMS- .rKc.L 

JSuVr^E 8-1^' Hl^D^sTEA^Ti^^'*'^ .-YEAR-OLD BOY 
MAN CHARGED IN GIRL'S DEATH 

MnJ^cS:?"-?:?"' ''°"ND FROZEN 

-INSTON-SALEM WOMAN {? C^H^Ir^GeS^-U OEATh OF DAUGHTER 

Children, nutrition 
SEE ALSO nutrition 

?^'^Ti^i^h:???T;egsLi^rjp?;?"-----cowL 

SCHOOL FOOD ON GRIDDLE ° ACTIVITY AND DISCIPLINE 

BREAKFAST OF PI7ZA GIVEN OK 
BABY FAT LINkEo'tO VARfgryV HEALTH HOES 
CHILDREN, RETAPueO 

SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

CHILDREN, SAFETY 

SEE Child safety 
Children, sports 



jBcJ?fS?'5''f° "' PARENTS 

Jiii^ '5 FART OF COMPETITHN 

CTOR MAKES TRACKS FOR TRACK 

ORTS, CHILDREN TOP 1 C OF • Sea L TH NIGHT OUT- 



Children, STATE services 




PAGE I2i 
I/IT/S* 



s I r 

£ L Y 

C HG L P SYL 



SEE ALSO HEAOSTART 

Hi "-52 LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO MENTALLY RETARDED 

sIe ttso SPEciAc'-ESuCAn'SN 'E''"^*'""' "» ALL HANDICAPPED CHILDREN ACT, 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

SEE ALSO SPINA BIFIDA 

EOUCATIPN LAW THREATENED 



consultants: N.C. LEAbTo-f^ER STATES WITH PROGRAM FOR WILLIE M. 
CHILDREN, SUICIDES 

si ALSO imiim: uM: 

FOUR HOSPITALS TOLD TO ADMIT YOUNG PEOPLE 

Children, TELEVISION 



l/2<./B3 C 


1 N 


M23 


Z/C/XJ A 






^/^5/fl3 B 


'r N 




2/25/S3 C 






3/16/83 B 


1 P F 




3/30/83 A 


8 N 




'•/0'i/83 B 


2 P F 




6/07/83 A 


5 L 




6/15/83 B 


1 P F 




■5/07/83 A 


5 L 




9/09/83 B 


4 N 




10/l<,/83 a 


1 N 




12/19/83 A 


<. E 





5 2 7/14/83 A 
S 2 I 1/14/83 c 
S 2 12/12/83 A 



S 2 <r/29/83 B IFF A15 

H 2 7/31/83 D I P F B30 

S 2 10/12/83 C 12 u 

H 2 11/30/83 C 12 N 

S 2 U/30/83 A 8 N 



S 2 5/20/83 A 4 

H 3 10/08/83 C 1 

H 2 11/06/83 B 1". 

H 2 12/21/83 A 6 



1/22/83 

2/05/83 

6/18/83 

8/06/83 

9/07/83 

9/07/83 

9/30/83 

10/22/83 

10/23/83 

10/25/83 

12/09/83 





L/02/83 e 


2 N 




1/02/83 E 


2 N 




2/29/fl3 B 


5 N 




3/03/83 C 


I 3 P F 




't/O't/83 A 


6 n F 




5/10/83 A 


■P N 




6/16/83 C 






7/05/83 b 


1 N 



S 2 3/15/83 A A L 

S 2 3/22/83 A 4 L 

H 2 8/05/83 A ID P F 830 

H 2 9/30/83 6 4 N 



S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
2 



2/07/83 B 

3/01/83 B 

3/09/83 A 

12/05/83 A 

12/12/83 A 

12/19/83 A 



SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL TFlFVT<:inw 
SEE ALSO TELEV SION CilSSferilP? 
SEE ALSO TELEi S ON VIOLENCE 

•MUDDLED THINKING. OOeIi!!" HEl P KIDS 



CHILDREN H 2 12/J2/83 A 16 



H 2 12/03/83 A 15 



M 2 6/25/83 A 4 



MQNiMLT/AN 



SUBJECTS 



1/17/8'. 



C PG L P BYL 



rv OR 

G«auP 
oaaup 



Nfl T TV? Z*P'S NO ANShEK , , 



children;^ gSSSlNflN VOTE' H»POY ■^GYS, G.RflELD... 



CmILOREN'S 
SEE iLSn 
BOOKS 
EOuCiT 
•WORK 
KID PC 
BOOK M 

THE CmILORE 
IN THE 
ACTING 

CMlLOllATCH 
SEE CHIL 



IrU^i^^s^? ^sSk? ^5rcs;pjs^s"§pi^;u butter 

OF art: Mis 5r,GIN IN LJCKY GLIMPSE OF CHILD 
l«£S FUELS MOH'S S- ALL BJ S InE S S 
AY BE BEST CHRIST-aS G IF T 

•slnTjlGHT-'-THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
SHINES IN -CHILDREN'S HOUR' 

D WATCH 



^""-%L GENERALISSIMO ChEF EATING EXTRA HOT. VOLATILE CHILE (CARTOON, 



EL GEN 

CHIMNEY ROC 
CHIMNE 

CHIMNEY SnE 
SWEEPI 

Chimneys ^ 

CHIHNE 
BRICK 
MONUME 
HEATER 

CHIMPANZEES 
SPACE 
SPACE 



y'hock'race neat week 

EPS 

NG JOB 



Y BEING SHORTENED 

BY BRICK 

NT TO THE PAST ^ ^ ^ 

S REauIRE PROPER MAINTENANCE 



CHIMP DIES AT zng 

PIONEER SERVED WELL 



"""'see also PEKING, CHINA 

"oR^'IStLfN'sCHMIDT TO SPEAK AJOUT CHINA 
MfISmN.C. SOUGHT TO CO TO CHINA 
THWARTING FRIENDS AND COURTIKS FOES 
BARKING UP WRONG TREE 

"^"""chiSeSE CHILDREN'S ART SHOW 

LITTLE MONKDY WITH HIS MOTHER 

CHINA. CIGARETTES ,„vITED Tl PRODUCE IN CHINA 

CHINA INVITES REYNOLDS INTO MVRKET 

PUNISHMENT IN CHINA 
"""'fnlNfACTION COULD HURT DURHAM'S DANCE FESTIVAL 

^"""iH^&'A^&ifR^EACTING 

CHINA, EDUCATION 
UNIV ' '" 

EDUC 

^"'"VolSIS^ilMNES KEEP l"^^,^\l„Tl Cf 

f;S-FSg:|»'SA'i!^Ei^i"Ail%:rCi5S°8ST over Chinese visitor 

'CHARLIE' WILL NOT VISIT N.C. 

CHINA, FOREIGN RELATIONS 

ASU HAS TV LINK wITH CHINA 

CHINA, FORE IGN TRADE 

SEE China, trade 

China, IMPORTS 

^MF;Vl?E^"iSMN";N8SsTR.ES AT IDOS 

priniclotm 'DUMPING' Ruled 

China, medicine 

see also acupuncture 

"!Hti-i? 'p2i5ici°Ai'LssiST.NT sees how ancient and modern medicine «u 

^"""dHY!ii'^?;FS°?"-S^ESJhATION 
China, TEiTILES 



;NlSEislT?''lN CHINA HONORS DU< E "Scf?l°?nnA 
EOUCiTION OFFICIALS PLAN TELECONFERENCE TOOA 



SfE iCSO TlillLf INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 

CHINA AND U.S. STILL I 5CU SS I^ G T|x T I L 
Nn pIoGRESS is REPORTED IN TEXTILE TAL 



E IMPTRTS 
_KS WITH CHINA 
FROM CHINA 



H 2 6/26/a3 D i 
S 2 8/03/83 C 10 

H 2 a/o'./a3 A u 



2 1 1/0^/83 3 6 P N 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

5 2 



3/16/83 C 
',/03/n3 
<./10/R3 D 
5/15/63 c 
12/l<./e3 A 



i,/08/93 U 
"./IS/aS D 



I F JU6 
3 P U Hh5 
3 P U H',5 



2 a/20/83 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 './17/B3 A 11 



H I 1/08/83 B 1 P P 



H 2 
S 2 



1/06/83 B 

1/07/83 B 

5/11/83 C 

11/26/83 A 



1/19/83 A 10 
1/20/83 A 4 



H66 

C56 
F30 



N 



S 2 1/01/83 A 16 

H3 3/16/833 1 '- 

H 2 '•/I't/Bl A 4 J 

S 2 12/19/83 A <. E 



S 2 6/30/33 D TON 
H 2 7/22/83 D <. P P 



S 2 6/20/83 A 2 
H 2 6/21/83 A 11 



H 2 2/10/83 A ". 

H 2 "./oa/es C 5 

H 2 4/10/83 D 4 

H 2 6/11/83 B 1 

H 2 6/22/93 A 13 



H 2 5/11/83 A 1 P N 

H 2 5/18/83 C 2 N 

H 2 5/19/93 C 9 N 

H 2 6/10/83 A 6 N 

H 2 5/12/93 B 5 N 



2 7/25/83 A 
2 8/23/83 A 



H 2 9/25/83 1 F B30 
S 2 9/07/83 C 1 N 




SENATORS PUSHED TEXTILE POLICY 



■rEE irs8^HlNA, IMPORTS 
iff ALSO FOfl£I&N TRADE 

^T^l^t^E^CUoill E;^2?;yTvI; ACCORD WITH CHINA 



H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

M 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

M 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

M 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



1/04/83 e 

1/12/83 A 

1/14/83 A 

1/16/83 

1/20/83 C 

1/23/83 A 

5/07/83 A 

7/25/83 A 

7/11/83 A 

a/Ol/83 H 

8/02/8) 

9/03/83 A 

8/20/83 A 

9/21/83 B 

U/23/fl) A 

9/13/93 B 

10/17/93 A 

U/04/83 B 

11/05/83 A 

12/01/83 C 

12/09/93 A 

12/16/83 C 

12/23/83 A 



7/31/63 A 1 
6/01/83 B 1 



HONTMLr/AN 



INDEX 
U/31/H3 



s u 8 J 6 c r s 



i/i7/a<. 



China grovf, n.c. 

F.MLY CURSE: CHINA GROVE WOM. N LAMENTS HEREDITARY DISEASE 

'""-°c^^rN^!uTp%^^N^[%'iR°r,e"°VaS^c^l^?„?!{?v^''^^^' ^•^•' 

OeiDSV.ULE HOuIe ON TjSR"SR\'S£'ioLIO.ys 
ChLORDANE 

7 OrSPLACEO av bug spray AUAfT Di AM 

kORK STARTS TO CLEAN UP TAINTED tp^ t 

CONTAMINATED MELL WATER iiuLEl aUay^ 
CHLORINE 

LEAKING CHLORINE AT POOL STOPPED 
CHLORINE GAS 

CHhoSCll Mf?5 f?OH T;J^°CaR 

cHt8S[;if ^ 25v j'^oreikK^rNG CAR 

CHLORINE LEAK IS CONTROLLED 
CHLORINE LEAK FORCES EVACUATITN 
CHLORINE LEAK HURTS FrR?FIGHTER 
CHOCOLATE 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

c'ss^F?^s'c^Ho^^crTE°c"3^?icH5Nrig^^;!^R^?g^e^A';f^ *«^ --^ ^^^ """«g. 

Chok ing 

see accidents, choking 
cholesterol 

Chore horkfrs 

SEE CHORE , DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. TP SOCIAL SERVICES. (ACRONYM, 
CHOKAN COLLEGE 

CHOWAN COLLEGE EYES FOUR-YEAR DEGREES 
CHOWAN HOSPITAL 

EOMISTEN SAYS BINGO PROFITS A^ E SIPHONED OFF 

Cho.an river 

ToS^S"§IlGS;,^fSE'?Lr3N = S:^?l,'^';f?J'' " COUNTIES 
ERA ASKED TO ARBITrStE RIVER^Jli^SVI^ 

ChRISMONS 

^^CHR"il2n£"?JL'"?5 OECGRATIONS 

CHRISHON TREE SPARKS SEASON AT AREA CHURCH 

CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH 

GUILD OFFERS ADVENT DANCES 

Christian academies 

ill ^R°V5S{^ l"c'Hl,hl'r «"^"' 

Chr istian act ion league 

ifc'J^Sc' '.lriV;,^V[lul:^\^^ '^^ CEVEL OF IT 

'""llE"c'K,Prc;5?^i^?Jlr 
Christian help center 

HELP CENTER'S HOURS CHANGE 

CHRISTUN METHODIST EPISCOPAL 

«"E 2I0N, CME CHURCHES DISCUSS MERGER 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

OySER RECEIVES Chiihcm tit. c 
«YSER DESERVES mSnoR ' ' "" ' 

CHR ISTIANITy 

SEE ALSO RELIGION 

r*iFv??I'°''"-'°-Sno'" °' c^^^^u..s 

?^i}S^Srwii|SJ5S?^7^?i'5?lYSTRuE 

Christmas 

III !!-|2 Christmas, Durham 

JlS^s SA"?i'v^[r;Sc%*SE'°^^' """^'^ 

III JLsn santa'claus ^ 

SEE ALSO SHARE YOUR Christmas; 
CHR STMAS SHOW OPENS THIS WE£< 

sfijpK^^si^^^f^s;'- ^ r 

S''S'!ii^F ^!u1I[%*rU E^ i°"^ °'^'-^ " ACKL.ND 

iFji^rj^if^s^jiniEff""*^' 

CHRISTMAS, CRIME 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. DURHAM 

CHRISTMAS, DURHAM 

It 8 iK!iF""""'«*°«."oi-J5 '"" WRESTLING, 

LHKisfMAS ON The Farm 



DATE 

a/OZ/83 
6/03/83 
8/03/n3 

a/jo/83 
a/ii/n3 

')/l3/S3 
10/17/83 



PG L P BYL 



H J 2/20/83 C 



H 2 7/10/83 D 8 
H 2 U/23/83 a 3 



2 7/23/83 A 5 N 830 
2 3/l>>/n3 6 1 N 830 
2 9/10/83 6 1 N 830 



2 


12/17/83 


2 


5/07/83 
8/02/83 
8/03/83 
8/0<./a3 
8/05/83 
8/1D/83 
')/01/83 
9/02/83 



2 2/l'>/a3 
2 10/27/83 C 



S 2 11/10/83 A 1 
H 2 11/11/83 8 5 



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8 


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3 


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7 


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H 2 11/30/83 A 7 N 

H 2 <./22/n3 A 6 N 

H 2 2/12/83 A 5 N 

H 1 6/23/83 b 1 N 046 

H 2 11/17/83 All N °^^ 

H 2 12/25/83 E 14 p u G78 

H 2 12/09/83 D I 1 P N 



H 2 4/17/83 D 
S 2 12/02/83 B 



H 1 1/08/83 B I N 

H 2 9/24/83 b 5 N 

S 2 6/06/83 C 1 P N 

S 2 6/11/83 A 4 E 



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H 2 7/22/83 A 4 L 

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12/21/83 
12/22/83 
12/25/83 
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12/25/83 
12/25/83 
12/26/83 



11/26/83 A 3 
[2/13/83 B 1 
12/14/83 C 6 
12/24/83 A 15 
12/25/83 C 6 






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N N U A L 
1/01/03 



I N E « 
- 12/31/83 



•IIS THf Se«SnN fGR 4RT5 AND E N TED I A I NHFN T 

OPEN'oanas TO the past today 

STEP INTO CHRISTHASES PAST ' 
FESTIVE DECORATIONS 
YUlETIOE at STAGVILLE 
HOLIDAY FOoDS FOa THE HMOLc 

S^^.grfau'Js St^VSSuSE SET Sir. 

S?^?''{51?\a3EN -ITH NAHES 

chsistxas Shdh -ell done 
Christmas greetings ,.,,- 

in ThF SPOTLIGHT: THIS wEEn'S 
GUILD OFFFRS ADVENT DANCES 
•BrIinSTORI- actor MILL PLAY S 
PARTY TIBE 
lilSHES COKE TRUF 
BREAKING Through 

HOLIDAY MAIL VOLUME xlLL PEAK 
BUILDING SANTA'S HOUSE 
PASSING PARADE 
TRADITION OF SHARING 
•CHRISTMAS' IS SUNDAY AT WEST 
THIS MOM HAD SPIRIT OF ChRIST- 
KiOLlDAY CELEBRATION SCHEDULED 
CHRISTMAS STORY 
19TH CENTURY CHRISTMAS 
HEcTINC OF T«n GENERATIONS 

TOYS FROM TOTS . 

MORE Than one KAY TO APPROACH 

POSTmaS's'saCk nuLGING AT CHR[ 

i"J{t"n"ma«E CHRISTMAS AS' 
YESTERYEAR: DURHAM GETS TASTE 
DUKE PLANS CHRISTMAS WORSHIP 
PUBLIC SAFETY SPONSORS PARTY F 
OLD-FASHIONED TREE 
LOOKEE THERE! 

f^tll'^^r, IJe^^^ELL .OUT EARLY 

NO WHITE Christmas seen 

FApilLieS GET YULE FOOD 
CHRISTMAS GIVING 

Si'Nr0^n^ErTS°?C0S| FORHOLI 
»HcN IS CHRISTMAS MORE THAN A 
SS'Ic^'SS^eI'f'SSIiS'ImONG EMPLOY 
WHY DOESN'T DURHAM 0EC03ATE7 
NO MAIL DELIVERY MONDAY 
DURHAM PSOS HELP BRIGHTEN CHRI 
CHRISTMAS IS FOR CHILDREN 
■75lkInG REINDEER- FRESENT Ch« 
FAMILIES SHARING HOLIDAYS mIH 

MAG c OF Christmas glitters in 

LilF shoppers: some DON-T MIN) 
HELPING The NEEDY 
SANTA'S ELVES COMPLAIN THAT NO 
MERRY CHRISTMAS DURHAM (CART03 
DURHAM CALLED GENEROUS 
riuNOREDS MERE DEDICATED TO SHA 



AR 
DAY 

HIGHLIGHTS 

CROOGE AT lAkEmOOD BAPTIST 



POINT 

AS 

SU-4DAY 



A SANTA 

SiMASTIMt 

tCIAL TIME FOR FAMILY 

OF 19Trt-CENTURY CHRISTMAS 



OR YOUTH 



OAY 

hOL I jay? 

ERS 

SIMAS FDR TWO FAMILIES 

LLE^'GE TO IMAGINATION 
FOREIGN GRAD STUDENTS 
BASEMENT 
THE LAST-MINUTE CROWDS 

ONE BELIEVES IN THEM 
Nl 

RING 



ChRISTMaSi DURHAM, 



DEPRESSION 
"cff ai'so'chRISTMaS. N.C. DEPRESSION 
SeI IlSO DEMESSIO:! (EMOTIONAL STATEl 
SEE ALSO MgmAL HEALTH 

CLASS SET ON FACING HOLIDAYS 
DOCTOR PERSUADES MAN NOT TO JJMP 



ChRISTmaSi history 



' SecIaC-eSSJiES: for ThESE 
I-AGES OF ChRISTMASES PAST 



lofr^nil h5"iA;NGErYbi:E OBSERVANCE varied 

Christmas* im£rnational 

k!L{°cSlTr.rSI°oISES»^3;SfRIES recalled 



sr.MF Christmas days mere unforgettable 
hajnT memory 



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ioR.ERS SAY THEY C0UL5 DO WITHOUT CHRISTMAS VACATION 

''i'^\:'jhnA'{ii ioC^s;; season 

s"pi?? ^°asllvE0'iT''If^E'S HISTORIC SITES 
10 A.M. TODAY IN SIl;R CITY 
A TRAVELER'S DELIGHT 
AN ENTERTAINING HOLHAY 

s is'^a living oak tree 

Busy playing Santa 
gives hand to santa 

l^SlSlN^f PRo'jIcTS UNIER may at MUROOCK CENTER. UMSTEAO... 

FESTIVE HOLIDAY SEASON 

n5^E?r!LoS'oJ CHRISTMAS EVE 

ANCfLS HOLIDAY CONCERT o,,. innrs HORNETS AND OTHFR... 

Mj^olf^s'rFSR°S2?^E;:!sEM^E'2^R?^^Ti2?''aiYfS?IPuNFORGETT.BLE 



RENTERS IN N.C. SAY SANTA SUUS SCARCE 

5^Rirpi?Tf^i"rEA7^ssi°N::!!°ROAos 

J"oei»^SSis°:cR'K"'Src*.R,STMAS GR.NCH 
ELP little girl get TTY she mANTED 

eV^'SIf't's'^^S? mil 5iv?iiMlLY'S HOLIDAY 



OEPl ESSION 



rMRISTHAS. N.C.» DEPRESSION 

tcf iisn CbrUtmaS. DURHAM. OEPlESblUN 
III Its" OEPRfIsION IEmOTIONAL STATEl 
"!HR*^l?M:l''iSl:iSA?'I:iO STRESSFUL TIME OF YEAR 



CHRISTMAS SALES RISE IN SUNBElT 
.hFAT. first sees green CHRISTMAS FOB 
S"ct MERCHANTS ANTICIPATE PROFITABLE 
HOLIDAY SHOPPING BRISK 
SHOPPFRS JAM DURHAM STORES 
DURHAM RETAIL SALES RISE 



RFTAU STORES 
CHRISTMAS SEASON 



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P Cl DATE C PG L P BYL 




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S 2 12/02/83 C 


1 P P S76 




H 2 12/04/63 


4 U r.33 




H 2 12/0<./63 E 17 P U qiB 




M 2 12/05/83 A 


6 P P C56 




H 2 12/05/83 A 11 P P F70 




S 2 12/06/B3 D 


1 n F 




H 2 12/OT/83 B 


1 P P C56 




H 2 12/07/83 B 


9 N 




H 2 12/07/83 B 


<) P P C56 




H 2 12/07/33 B 


q N 




S 2 12/08/83 A 


4 L 




S 2 12/08/83 C 


1 P P M66 




H 2 12/Q9/83 D 


8 P N 




H 2 12/0'>/83 1 


11 P N 




H 2 12/10/83 A 


7 P N 




H 2 12/1C/93 C 


1 P P C56 




S 2 12/10/83 A 


2 P P T37 




S 2 12/10/63 A 


3 P P T37 




S 2 12/10/93 A 


3 N C60 




S 2 12/l'l/B3 A 


3 P P K30 




S 2 12/10/83 A 


4 E 




S 2 12/12/93 A 


4 E 




H 2 12/13/93 A 


9 N 




H 2 12/l'./93 A 


4 L 




S 2 12/l'./a3 A 


7 N 




S 2 12/l'./83 C 


1 P P C56 




S 2 12/15/83 D 


2 P P F70 




M 2 12/16/(13 b 


1 P P S76 




H 2 12/16/83 C 


5 P P S76 




S 2 12/16/93 B 


I P P 137 




S 2 12/16/93 C 


I P P K30 




H 2 12/17/93 -J 


1 P F L30 




S 2 12/17/83 A 


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H 2 12/19/83 C 


4 P U GTS 




H 2 12/l='/e3 A 


1 P N M51 




H 2 12/l"'/83 A 


3 N 




H 2 12/l'>/93 A 


3 N 




S 2 12/l"»/93 3 


3 p p F7n 




H 2 12/2 /83 A 


14 P P K30 




S 2 12/2 /83 A 


1 P P C56 




5 2 12/2 /83 A 


' " fRI 




S 2 12/2 /H3 C 


I N COS 




5 2 12/21/93 C 


1 P P T37 




5 2 12/21/83 C 


1 P N J56 




S 2 12/21/83 C 


19 P P M66 




H 2 12/22/83 A 


10 P P C56 




H 2 12/22/83 B 


I N 




S 2 12/22/83 A 


I P F S09 




S 2 12/22/83 C 


1 P P T37 




H 2 12/23/93 A 


1 F 04^ 




H 2 12/23/83 A 


5 L 




H 2 12/23/83 a 


1 N 




5 2 12/23/83 A 


1 P N F30 




5 2 12/23/93 e 


2 P P M66 




S 2 12/23/83 C 


1 P F J56 




S 2 12/23/83 C 


1 N C60 




H 2 12/24/83 A 


1 P F 330 




H 2 12/2'./83 B 


' ' U? 




S ? 12/24/83 A 


15 P P |76 




H 2 12/25/83 C 


5 p F nai 




H 2 12/25/83 


4 T T R56 




H 2 12/2')/83 A 


5 L 




H 2 12/30/83 A 


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H 2 U/17/B3 a t 2 

S 2 12/19/83 A 3 N 

H 2 12/20/93 a 1 F 1-30 

H 2 12/25/93 C 1 y L57 

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H 2 12/23/83 B 1 



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11/24/33 B 

U/24/83 

11/29/83 B 



12/01/93 
12/03/83 
12/04/83 
12/08/83 
12/10/83 
12/11/83 
12/11/83 
12/11/83 
12/11/83 
12/13/83 
12/15/83 
12/16/83 A 
12/16/83 B 
12/17/83 A 
12/18/83 6 
12/20/93 a 
12/20/83 B 
12/21/93 A 
12/23/93 B 
12/24/93 A 
12/24/83 A 
12/24/83 A 
12/24/83 A 
12/25/83 C 
12/25/83 C 



IC 

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15 

15 

15 

1 

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J40 
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H60 
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F L30 
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2/13/83 
11/10/83 
11/23/93 
11/25/83 
U/26/83 
11/29/83 



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N N u A L 
1/01/B3 



li/3l/83 



SHOPUfltRS 04MPEN HEBCmaNTS- spistr 
CHfllSTmS SHOPPFHS EMPTYING N. c. ';rnoF 



FINISHING TOUCHES 



RES 
SHOPPERS 



MINI THf LAST-MINUTE CROHOS 

ifT.V.ll'ii'r'nll ISIr '""'^'' "^"'"" ^°» CHRISTMAS 
DURHAM HOLIDAY SALES SHOW BIG INCREASES 

Christmas, u.s. 

C"«fSI«*S COUNTDOWN bEGINS 
J. VA. TOWN GETS GIETS 
REAGAN Tn MFAO /-euro 
GI 



REAGAN TO HEAR CEMTRAL CHATHAI CHOIR 
GIFTS UN HAY TU WEST VIRGINIA ^"''"' 

?S5^';^^ri|j;?i^r,?if^:?o;.o.YHELP 



N.C. COUPLE BRING 'GIFT of' LOVE- 
FOLKS ARQUNO HERE: WHAT - - °" ^ 



FROM TAR HEELS 



^0 BRANCHLAND 



MESSAGE 



'""llE"A\S§*K8|;f^'?SiRs""" ^' "'""'^ "^''ES IN CHAPEL HILL 
lltl'''(cll°'o4°','oll'' '"'" ^^''■STM.S TOUR 
CANDLELIGHT TOUR IS DEC. ID. 1 I 

ini^lS^i'\n'l^?ll slviglsliAS TOURS 
CHRISTMAS Cards 

"llf^E^SL^S^n""' '"°^ 

SESR'Y^^?;;il^fSA"s°^^'=''" 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: MINUTE DRAMA 

FOLKS AROUND HErI: wil^V' f h^'S: f l MAN BROUGHT 

CHRISTMAS Carols 

YOUR FAVORITE CHRISTMAS CAROLS 

:rspC5rsiL'!D5;"j 1-5 "«°t^ 

RINGING JUT 

ONE PARENT SPOILS CONCERT 

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS 
SEE ALSO CHRISM0N5 
SEE ALSO CRAFTS 

III Jti3Saf!Di;?'?;;ETr'''"5 '"" 

"f '"LLECTS- ORNAMENTS 

sJS?LlGriNTcJ {c'^PRjSr"^^^^ 

^V^^IJSiifeE^L^iK^""^^"'^'^" 
AN OASIS OF GLITTER 

P^^iUS'h^'.EI'*"' "" " POISONOUS 
IT'S CHRISTMAS ALL YEAR LONG 
THE HANGING OF tSe greens 
'?■" J"" YULE WREATHS 

HfJ?A\'5ff?LJ$fYuT^^^;Ti3??^"'^^ 

i?c'8iII?S^s"Ln!Hf"5E'L^? "' ^^"''^ ""E ^OR FAMILY 

g»'5G°S'T'^°?!s?SS^'" ^'"''"^ 

CHRISTMAS TRAVELERS 

?HiT??'?:jE's?vsyr ""»*'£' 
HSS'j,2fs=3S'^i:^aE^ij^raBi^R;:^!?^jiR,ED 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS 

pSpCL'AR''?S5V!;;,5isSiSg'" '"''"• "q^- decorations 
Ho2E°°Ec'^ssi^l"?H^R"E^'SeR's?;-fIL°^^^^l^.''°t^5 

r?i"i:MiO"--^^ ^"i ^ s ' J -«i^jr?c.RTooN. 

^i^^rMl'lB^Br^'^^''^'^ CENTER. UMSTEAD. 

CHRIS^mI^'c'^OrIs ' '""-^ " * CHILD. EDUCATOR SAYS 
GIFTS ON WAY TO »*6ST vrfir.rwr* 
GIFTS ABE SFRIQUS BUSINESS 

THIN* BEFORE G?ilNG PETS ° ""^ ""^ 

5gL^^?ifUrfT'r^ --°--" "'"^"^'^^ 

L°i;?E'?HSp'SlRS^?uS?'Soi^? Sr^5f,^F'^:?¥ '?" f""'^'" 

C^"RMfil{"k^-""-^-^""oF";ou'N"!s?E%\'" 
NOW THAT SANTA'S BROUGHT THE rOYS... 

A Christmas memory 

•A CHRISTMAS MEMORY' WAS MEMORABLE GIFT 

'""JIJ^JS PARADES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BAHAMA CHRISTMAS PAHAn.- 
V4 .'MS CHRISTMis. oiSHAM'^*"°- 

fii a'lS's 5?R"rs^s'"'"'"'*5 -'""^ 

c'H3I?TSi^'-p;?;Ers??';ol'NOV .7 
PARADE ORGANIZER NA»eo ' '^ ' 

OEJoLf^J^Sf^'c^S ^° ORGANUE PARADE 
N."Es'Al£5^.Jlf??o"°'-'"'' ""^'^E PARTICIPANTS 
PARADE APPLICATIONS ARE DUE NOV. 1 



Page 1^9 
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N F 1 
P D DATE C 


1 T 

L Y 

fC L P 8YL 


S J ll/e9/«3 B 


4 N 


H 2 12/02/83 A 


4 T T R56 


S 2 12/13/83 A 


1 P N C60 


H 2 U/l')/83 F) 


1 P N 


S 2 12/l<i/n3 A 


1 P N C60 


H 2 12/2n/B3 fl 


1 P P M66 


S 2 12/23/83 C 


8 P P 


H 2 12/24/83 a 


1 F L 30 


H 2 12/25/83 c 


1 P P K30 


5 2 12/26/83 A 


I P F C05 


H 2 12/27/83 B 


1 P P 576 


S 2 12/27/83 A 


1 N C60 


H 2 12/10/83 A 


4 F 


H 2 12/19/83 B 


1 N 


H 3 12/20/83 B 


1 N HbO 


H 1 12/21/83 C 


1 P N 


S 2 12/21/83 C 


14 N 


H 2 12/22/83 e 


1 N 


S 2 12/22/83 C 


P P F 


H 2 12/24/83 a 


1 n u 


S 2 12/24/83 A 


4 E 


S 2 12/24/83 A 


4 E 


S 2 1 1/21/83 B 


1 N 


H 2 11/22/83 A 


6 P ^4 


H 2 11/27/83 E 


8 N 


H 2 12/04/63 E 


I N 


H 2 12/13/83 A 


6 P N 


H 2 1/09/83 12 n F 


H 2 12/11/83 C 14 P P Kin 


H 2 12/12/83 A 


6 P p Mb6 


H 2 12/15/83 B 


1 n u 


H 2 12/23/83 8 


1 n u 


S 2 11/29/83 


1 D A 


H 2 U/30/83 


1 A 


S 2 12/01/83 A 


4 L 


S 2 12/24/83 A 
H 2 12/25/83 


3 P P M66 

4 L 



1/D2/S3 C 
1/09/83 A 
10/29/83 A 
U/05/83 A 
11/24/83 A 
11/26/83 A 
11/29/83 C 
12/07/83 a 
12/10/83 A 
12/10/83 A 
12/1 1/83 C 
12/11/83 E 
12/13/83 B 
12/14/83 C 
12/17/83 A 
12/18/83 C 
12/19/83 C 
12/20/83 B 
12/21/83 A 
12/22/83 C 
12/23/83 A 
12/23/83 A 
2 12/24/83 A 
2 12/30/83 A 



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N C60 
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P M66 
P T37 



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11/27/83 E 
11/29/83 A 
12/01/83 A 
12/01/83 C 
12/02/83 A 
12/02/83 C 
12/04/83 
12/13/83 8 
12/14/83 A 
12/14/83 A 
12/15/83 
12/19/83 B 
12/19/83 B 
2 12/20/83 1) 

1 12/21/83 C 

2 12/21/83 A 
12/21/83 C 
12/22/83 B 
12/22/83 B 
12/22/83 C 
12/22/83 C 
12/23/83 A 
12/23/83 e 
12/23/83 A 
12/24/83 fl 
12/24/83 B 

- 12/24/83 A 
2 12/25/83 C 
2 12/26/83 C 
2 12/29/83 A 



F M95 
N B46 
N L41 
F J40 
T R56 



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9/02/83 C 
9/03/83 B 
10/03/83 C 
10/04/83 A 
10/11/83 C 
10/18/83 C 
10/26/83 a 



H T32 

N 

N F30 



y/ ANNUAL 

1/01/83 - 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



TklRteHS PkEPARE fa« PARADE 

22 FLOATS IN PASaOE LINEUP 50 FAR 

22 FLOATS IN CmRIST-^AS PAPAOE 

ourha" parade molds "message 

Christmas parade getting arty look 

christmas parade: expect some clowning around on the cltr 

gpeat leather expected for parade 

SUN Should Shine for holiday parade 

THEY'RE dreaming of a clean C-iRISTHAS 

THOUSANDS SEE mOLIOAY PARADE 

DRAGONS AND BELLS 

PARAOf ElCITEMENT 

HOLIDAY PARADE ONE DF THE BESr 

PARADE SATURDAY 

CHRISTMAS PARADES 

CHRISTMAS PaRaIESi N.C. 

SEE ALSO HENDERSON, N.C.i CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO ooxaORn, N.C. Christmas parade 

paraof entries nom available 

Christmas parades: Saturday In henofrsun 

paradfs: 10 a.m. today in s i l' k city 

hHRSE-an mas mIGh-SPIR ITED, PIlICF Say 

MAN RIDING HORSE Charged with dwi 

hgrscS banned from parade 

LDUIS^URG, f^JNN parades TODAY 

parade today in gqldston 
chr istmas Parties 

PUNCH. SYLLAbUB SPICE HOLIDAY GE T-TO&E IhERS 

partygoer'S key to success is diet, exercise 

Christmas shopping 
see christmas. sales 



STREETS SUNDAY 



CmR ISTMAS STAR 

SEE ALSO UNIV. 
THE Pn»ER <S 



ILL "3REHEAU PLANETARIUM 



OF N.C.-CmaPEL 

... . . .. SYMPOLS 

RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCES 
FOROMAM explains star RFmOval 

fordham made right decision a=jut star 
missing star drams complaint 
removing unc star uas m"ong decision 
planetarium star mon't be restored 
vf« christmas star 

A Christmas story ifilmi 

DON'T miss 'Christmas story- 

ChR istmas trees 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV.. ChRISTmaS TRcc 
SEE also trees 

me 'collects' ornaments 

Theater opening is very special event 

APHiDS Threaten Christmas tre=s 

Christmas aEFORF HALLOWEEN? 

MAN SELLS Christmas TREES 3Y mail ORDER 

ART MUSEUM TO LIGHT TREE 

TREE SALE aEGlNS 

TREE TRIMMING PARTY 

3RING[NG ChEER 

Christmas tree to b? lighted 

CHRISTMAS is a LIVI'<G OAK TREt 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

CHRISTMAS TREES SELL OUT EARLY 

KINNEY: Christmas TREES ARE JJST LIKE OLD FRIENDS 

INJURED BOY'S CHRISTMAS TREE HAS PEEN UP ALL YEAR 

MAKE Christmas tree a gift to biros 

hQm times do Change: yule observance VARIED 

Chromosomes 

SEE ALSO genetic research , ^, 

DO Chromosomes hold the key to control aging? 

r Mfi V ^ I FR CDfiP 

see also autos isfe also names of specific autos and auto manufacturers! 
The Chrysler deal mad strings attached 
workers' comp bill breezes tm> ough senate panel 
Chrysler silences critics 
chrysler's pay-back doesn't right a wrong 
CHRYSLER COMES Through 

CHUCK OavIS DANCE CO. 

BEAT GOES ON WITH Chuck OavIS COMPANY 
dance festival honors meritag= of americans 
learning to dance 

Chuckle 

see today's cmuckl6 

CMURCm OF CmR 1ST 

see united church of christ 

Church of cmrist icmapel hill cmu«:hi 
croup sfts series to woo followers 

Church of christ, scientist 
SEE Christian science 

"" WEST DURHAM church sets HARVtit CELFBRATIOW 

churcm of goc of prophecy 

prosecution ends testimony in ROaBERY OF CMURCrt 
MAN FREED OF Church RHBPERIES 

MAN FREED OF Church robbery Charge 

Church of jesuS Christ of latter day saints 
see mormons 

church of The holy family ichapel hill. N.C.i 

Chapel hill Church offers day care fjr Infants to ".-yEar-olOS 

Church of the latter day saints iG'EEn and watts sts.i 
SEE also mormons 

EMERGENCY fair SChEOULEO 

Church of the reconciliation 

CmuRCh Plans CONCERT TODAY IN CHAPEL MILL 

let 'em eat cake and 'cue 

Church schools 

see private schools 

cmurch st. 

HOUSE problem prompts talks 



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I'i'S •POUT HfluSE SOUGHT 
OINEr MOUNTAIN C ONTR AC T A«*ROf 
CHUDCM WOMFN UNI TED 

^EE *LSO MGHEN, MINISTERS 

W?l^?SS|Snyss".'^^Igy°^""« A-INIVERSARr 

church hdmen united 

chukch jorlo service 

1. 000 in "walk fjr hunger" 

CHUNCHES. CHAi>EL HILL 

GROUP SETS SERIES TO WOO FOLLIWERS 
CHURCHESt OuRhAM 

iiitirn L^ir. sf^tifp^E^^E^svE.^^ ^"»"'" 

JS;{?^^.5f^U^?V?^;f^;",",^CUL SERVICES 

EPISCOPAL CONVENTION PLANNED 
jll.irl'i'^V <^^'5 MINISTER 

METHODIST LAY RaClv PLANNED 
CHURCHES SET EVENTS '^"•*'"'^° 

jHu^FSEl'lLAT^gEcjAL^Rvfc^s"^''" °' <:""«" soores 

JiUf i?J?¥«':«S PLAN CONFERENCES "^ 
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ChSrcJeS^T-.^S'.'^^JM^^ED'J^EO AT SisplTAL 

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fEMl^J^/?SEGff'^?s"%'Ec'g?^5v^?P*?f'"„", V""'">«^ 

TrI^NGlJ r'"*!3|Ej''^"°°« SUNRISE services"'" "°"''* ''""'^'"f 

HS/o'c'?iTTw?\^R'y|TT^s"^^'^P„"" SERVICES 

?2ssdH?r?e2? e ' p'f^'*ic^''i^c°^«^•'^''=«-" 

MAY THE LORD 9LESS YOU 
f=lI"'''*°""'G CHURCH TIGHT FIT 

cHSScH-En%r?N^%^ofs?i.S'[?„^^?E-v;icE^r'^ "^'^"^ •'»-°°° 

F:ii^i^vs^;5jA°i^cii:ir:5^si^« 

TRI.'^J;E"*!HSI8ie\°p«ERVING CKJRCH.S BIRTH IN SUNDAY SERVICES 
S^fi?Er?Sr^lT^r^SfSA™ "^° -'" SERVICES SUNDAY 

null iT.'.r.'. '.'/.mi'llUa^ 
c%"S^H"El'???SiR%' "" o^'food 

GROUNDBREAKING INSURANCE 

chSr^^Ses'pl'a'n'eve'nts'' "E'"°°'sr conference a«aro 
Church remains in councii ■; 
churches plan Events 

KcH?M:,^?\V'?Y5if[Er' "■^""'^ """^^"^ 

KING MEMORIAL SERVICE SET 

H5c^^?''SSN3iUE^5!f^3i?Ic?^<^ 

ul ^EVff^T^S^^K^f^^? ^' -e.K AT WHITE ROCK 

J.ANgE*%'ilr.'^TE"?';j„F*5''?iETSff„J'' "'OQV GRACE 

L.TirBr^w>^sj'R* UfS"'"^^ "'^'ster 

pSo^'wu'P '3|I'4 associate minister 

^:;;i«CHEl ASfc3SN?i^icT^?Jtf,ir'^ " °""' ""''' 

';^^^--ss^e":J?fv?^ threatened 

CHu"ljHE°?'5Lffi?ii5E^f?'''°'' ^'SSIQnSeam 

ify:pT^rbPiniF"-GRiM---c-H 

p !SilH?|FBN?r---ClATION 
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OU«MA." C 

TPItNGLE 
11)1 INGLE 

iONE» sr 

• CO»'ING 
tREt CHU 
PlSTOSS 

•e»«iN5T 

TRUnClE 
JRSAN Ht 

irmngle 
churches 
churches 
FIVE NIG 
UNITY ON 
GROUP PL 
CHURCH A 



HURCHES SCHEDULE THAW SCIVING SERVICES 

Churches announce activities 
churches plan events 

■uGrtT FOR RELIEF P'OJI^^?. _ 
OF ChOHT- Dkama SCmEOulED 
rchfs announce Events 

n2-?'.??SS"-ILL PLAY SCROOGE AT LA^E-OOD BAPTIST 
r ^iiar wF ^ iNNfluNCE Cr«lSTH*b ALMVi'ica 

cSnoScUNG SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS 

PLAN HOLIDAY EVENTS 
r!F°HAL'r-J^^lS"S5R"H^i- CHURCHES IN .983 
ANS SHELTER HOME 
,CTIVITIES SCmEDULEO 



s u a J E c 



Churches. 

SEE AL 
SEE AL 
Chap 
N.C. 
HUNT 
CHUfl 
CHUR 
DAY- 
TAR 
yOuT 

J CH 

CHUR 

A«E 

ChuR 

ChuH 

HEAP 

CONG 
SOME 
ChuR 



SO COAL I I ION 
SO GENERAL R 
EL HILL 8APT 
STUDY LOOKS 
SEEKS ChuRC 
CH GROUPS PL 
ChES STRuGGL 
CARE LICENSE 
mEEL ChuRChE 
hS 3uRN rock 
aRGEO in Chu 
ch school mo 
ZION, C"E CH 
CH MEMBERS S 
iCh GROuP bat 
ING DELAYED 
RFGATION TO 

PREACHERS S 
CH TO VOTE 



OF CONCERNED CHURCHES 
APTIST CONVENI lOi 
I5TS "ARK •FREEDQ" DAY- 

AT CHURCH InFLJENCE 

:i'i,;i'.ui°jiruti °o> general assembly 

E TO AID POOR 

EX=^mPTION APPROVED 
S BEGIN CONFE'ENCE RITES 

RECORDS 

rch burnings 

VES INTO bar ^^„ 

5^N'la:gS^?'?t°7iE J°"b|t,ST PASTOR 
OFCIOE IF PASTOR WILL BE DISMISSED 
AY NO TO SS LAW 
IN PASTOR 



(•»*iirchfs. N.c.t Sunday schools 

"■^SEE ALSO vliATION BIBLE SCHOOL 

convention set 

ChESi N.C. TAKE 
COURT REFUSES TO 

■^"""JJiliRE'cF CHURCH-SOCIAL OR S» IR ITUAL--I5 ARGUED 

;;ifE?V-E;;RC^"n^?i*T'HAvE RESULAR FOOD-A,D PROGRAM 
RELIGION SHOULD BE UNIFYING 

CHURCHILL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 

^^EuJe'^EM^S'nISeD^huRChILL SCHOLAR 

'"""s:^ ^Fi^tN^ ur^Eu'iit^En-JLEEs 

SFFICEiS PROBE liD ROBBERIES 

■^■''-SIlElRcS'FiRM CONSIDERS RTP ^^„ 
V7 MILLION CENTER PLANNED F0» »", 

Research TRIANGLE to get Ntu plant 

CIGARETTE INDUSTRY ISEE ALSO NAMES OF CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS. 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 




CIGARETTE LIGHTER 



■^"^siriLSO CHINA, CIGARETTES 

III iti y^I'LU^SllilNa CIGARETTE 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 




^^^':^\^lin.^^-^i^^^ SMOKERS DUI 

?]i;i:??niEj^h':^;i«ii'^iei^^^?"i^N.oAMET 

"""OO? ^EMV^^ CONTAIN S-.NP HERB 

«!o;u\'E?n&?iNrsrAii^rNS-3KiNG ads dispute 
''^??rf^i:ccE;^iEAL'?s^yiECTs 



"""luilh'TE^.i^NINGS CALLED ATTEMPT 10 PENALIZE 

t?!^^i5?oaf ^i? JSSfea?lD't^S;JkTT^°2ARNING LABELS 

^■""!U1'rft?"e"pUc£s "E 30'C'. 

rciriShJc^NM? ?^0's0^N-?0-EVALUJTF JS-CIGARETTE PACK 
LL^'. NO CIGARETTE PRICE INCREASE StEN 



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i CI&A,iEirE FIRMS INCUEASE PRICES; Lt.H unnECiDtci 
CICARETFES. SALES 

JAPAN rO ALLJH SALES OF U.S. :ir,»BErrEs 

LOWER CIGARETTE TARIFF HAY HLH I LEAF SALES 

CIGARETTE SALES DECLINE UNCERTAIN 

ANALYSTS UNSURE ABOUT EFFECTS OF TOBACCO TA« HIKE 

LCM PRESIDENT: GENERIC CIGARETTF SALES RISING 

LCM LOOKS TO INTERNATIONAL MA)KET 

IJ*"^ lif^^'-"-LS9''5in£«6D IN CIGARETTE PACKAGE DROP 

NEh LCM CIGARETTE AIMED AT HISPANICS 

JOBACCO FIRM WILL INCREASE S 1/ E OF PACK 

CIGARETTE SALES DOWN NATIONWIOE 

SEAL HELPS SELL NO-NAME CICAR=TTES 

LAWS PROHIBITING CIGARETTE BRAND 

CIGARETTE FIRMS TARGET NEW MARKETS 

RJR'S OVERSEAS CIGARETTE SALES MEANS HUNDREDS OF PACK STYLES 

CIGARETTES. TAR ANO NICOTINE RATINGS 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECTS 

LOW-TAR CIGARETTES STILL DOMINATE MARKET 
?So?f'UKKFT"r?K*F"„,^L^^'\V?¥;Sl"^"'f CIGARETTES 



.- ■■•--•-■■■ ««»«'. i«ut 3CCi^ IN LJ 

'80S' SMOKERS LUF BLENDS, FILTERS 
COURT LIMITS TAR FIGURES 1n BA " 



TAR AND NICOTINE RATINGS 



RCLAY C IGARETTE ADS 

CIGARETTES. TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, TAXES 

FEDERAL CIGARETTE TAX HITS 16 CENTS 

iii "FOUESTS 1,900 WORKERS TO QUIT OR RFTIRE EARLY 
TOBACCO TAXES PLACED AT $6 .8 3 ILL ION IN ' 98 1 """'■' 
CIGARETTE SALES DECLINE UNCERfilN 

??fN p\'^^s^¥o^iS5"fiii^ niv.',in\r.:ni°ur'' ^^^'^ ■"""" 

R'%"T?'?fr;^tfri°f|IOER|0 IN CI GARETTE pICKAGE DROP 
?irllc^\i^iVU ^^^.Vf5 * "'"" 'DUALITY' DEBATE 
CIGARETTE SALES DOWN NATIONWHE 
;805' SMOKERS LIKE BLENDS, FILTERS 

L'22?'^2o;^?i?T?N°S'?!^^Si?T^E°gR'lNS"'^'' '" EXTENSION 

CIGARETTES, THEFT 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, THEFTS 

r^Jfoii^c"!!" THEFTS REPOHTET IN GEORGIA 

CIGARETTE-FILLED TRAILER IS STOLEN 

STOLEN TRAILER FOUND 

J375,000 BONO SET FOR SUSPECT 

DEPUTIES RECOVER STOLEN CIGARETTES 

CIGARS 

SEE ALSO CIGARETTES 

SEE ALSO C IGARETTFS. 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING C AMP A ICN 

MOW TIMES DO CHANGE: CITY GETS NEW RAILROAD 

CINDERELLA PAGEANT 

SEE DURHAM/RALEIGH TRI-COUNTY CINDERELLA GIRL PAGEANT 
CIOMPI QUARTET 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 

VIOLINIST TO PLAY WEDNESDAY 

CIOMPI Quartet to tour staif 

FOUR PLAY AS ONE IN CIOMPI CONCERT 

^i???l,°';';'<^" ^° ""l-*' BEETHOVEN 

CONCERT IS CANCELLED 

GIORGIO CIOMPI DIES AT AGE 65 

OUKE SYMPHONY PLANS CONCERT flu CIOMPI 

"""!iS^s? ?E3^u;!iRf?j3^«^N*'?SE'tg;;y;! "° '"''" ^'"^^^ 

CIRCUS WORLD lOY STORE 

l"K^I ^'ii^l'^l° »"^" VIOLATING FIRE COOES 

2. 000 PEOPLE SHOW UP FOR SHOT AT ONLY 20 OOLLS 

CITIES, U.S.. BUDGET 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 
SEE ALSO MAYORS. U.S. 

"l.tti?E~E£fE^^S?^l?SR"^SJ£!rUiI!cSs 

""'fiarii;xi'Fi«^°piris'j???ois?p "^ '-"" ""''^'' 

CITIZEN BAND RADIOS 

Iff iHn S£!^?'^!',',,£'IJ i'l'^^"'^ "NO CLUB 
SEE ALSO RADIO DURHAM C3UNTY lACRONYMI 

CB WILL AID LAW OFFICERS 

NEW CHARTER 

CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

"SF^'SFMS^Sr^oS^Sf"''-"''"^''' OMMISSION 
CITY SEEKS BOARD MEMBERS 
klIT,99^f'"'''^^5!T BOARDS, COMHITTFtS NEED MEMBERS 

CITIZEN'S ADVISORY 

SEE __ __^ .„^., 

GROUP NAMED ON TOXIC WASTES 
I2Jl^.''JI.'L?"'fl- N«*6UP RAPPED 
S^II 5. ^ft'^^'O^S FOR WASTE PANEL 



^.'?t;!°X'J'""' (COMMITTEE FOR HAZARDOUS ANO TOXIC WASTE 

. 3 i yjSoS ::Ai?rH^;TSf^?r8KiHrs°'^"-"S5[^ 



s 

TEE 



3f)Tc ^., rcfrcn^^J ''"" >*«STE PANEL TRIGGER PROTESTS 

??;i s? f§!;ii"R?p'o%'y°?i? """*" -'^^ « °^"*'e" 

"'UriLjg'dSIJlC^Jf-iSnE'gfi^asiL' UNDERGROUND STORAGE (CACTUS, 
^^Lji^?nMM}?9""5 WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 

AREA COUNTIES 'OFF THE HOOK' AS LANDFILL SITE 

PANEL STUDIES 9 BILLS TO HALT PRISON GROWTH 

'^''lll'*!,\£°;''i"EF ON TRANSIT 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 

CITY Bus GROUP EYEING PROPOSALS 



F 




S 




I T 
L Y 





DATE 


C 


PG 


L P 


2 


6/22/83 


A 


8 


N 


2 


1/20/83 


6 


2 


N 


2 


l/2<>/R3 


U 


1 


N 


2 


2/02/83 


A 


ID 


N 


2 


2/02/83 


A 


15 


N 


2 


2/08/83 


R 


I 


N 




2/08/R3 


A 


5 


N 


2 


'./2n/a3 


A 


I 


N 


2 


7/ 7/83 


D 


1 1 


N 


2 


8/ 2/83 


A 


6 


N 


2 


9/05/83 


A 


3 


N 


2 


10/27/85 


A 


1 1 


N 


2 


11/01/83 


A 


H 


N 


2 


1 1/08/83 


U 


8 


N 


2 


12/11/83 





I 1 


P F 


2 


3/29/83 


A 


2 


N 


2 


7/21/83 


c 


1<. 


N 


2 


9/19/83 


B 


12 


P N 


2 


10/15/83 


A 


5 


N 



2 


1/01/83 


C 




N 


2 


1/22/83 


A 




N 


2 


1/22/83 


A 




N 


2 


2/02/83 


A 




N 


2 


2/02/83 


A 




N 


2 


3/20/83 


D 




N 


2 


3/27/83 


A 




N 


2 


<./Q7/a3 


A 




N 


2 


'1/20/83 


A 




N 


2 


5/29/83 


A 




«( 


2 


9/05/83 


A 




N 


2 


9/19/83 


b 


I ? P 


'J 


2 


9/29/83 


A 




N 


2 


11/01/83 


A 


I if 


N 


2 


3/20/83 





9 


N 


2 


12/10/83 


A 


1 


N 


2 


12/11/83 


C 


1 


N 


2 


12/12/83 


B 


1 


N 


2 


12/I<>/83 


A 


1 P 


N 



S 2 5/13/83 C 12 u 0'.3 



H 2 


2/27/83 A 


19 




N 




S 2 


5/12/33 


3 




N 


A15 


5 2 


6/09/83 D 


10 




R 


86 1 


H 2 


10/18/83 A 


13 




N 




S 2 


10/20/83 


f. 




N 




H 2 


11/18/83 A 


1 


p 







5 2 


11/18/83 A 


1 


P 


N 





H 2 2/2'./83 C I P F H45 



H 2 6/25/83 All N 

H 2 12/01/83 A 15 P N CI 



H 2 1/24/83 A 



H 2 './21/83 CIO N 
H 2 6/19/83 C 8 N 



H 2 
S 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 



3/25/83 A 8 
'./18/83 A 3 



2/28/83 A 
3/12/83 B 
3/12/83 A 
4/29/83 A 
5/25/83 B 



S 2 11/03/83 C 

S 2 ll/0<./83 C 

H 2 11/05/83 A 

S 2 12/01/83 A 

S 2 12/14/83 C 



H 3 3/30/83 C 



1 



N K90 
N K90 



N J56 
N K90 



N L30 



H 2 <,/28/83 e I N 0<,6 
S 2 2/15/83 B I N K90 



1/01/33 



- U/31/93 



p»r.t O* 

1/17/9". 



a.lL I-.r. -AY -E»S FEOSSIL FUNDS FOa PalVATt ■lUS S*STE 

i'^oirn^s I'l-.G sTuoieo 21 'lus sysjf^ 

PjsfL -awrs CITY TO I«E OVER b'JSfS 

^5ps3i"fe =^i'^rJus°T2;?-o''iE'^^."k:cT,YE 

iursJsTlH PrSphUlS OESESVf -.LOSE SCRUTINY 



In juawAM 



^''UriA^^^£'?-ufiTj'eyIl?iSs CUNC^.NEO ABOUT K 
^'^liriL^n-n^^R^L^^JJE^l^I''^'"^"'' 

jaauP aLAsrs invasion 

CITIZENS cr'<c£a-.EJ foo MI&hEB Ei>UCiTION 

1.^ lS^2'3.^lH\i==N:i?6So «io»E> education 



PANEL 



CITWENS fl» A SAFfa east D0»MAH 

III :t|n H'A5I»5^Sr:AST| TREAT^NT. .MKHA-, 

?F'f???:^iiE^S*Asl ?brs'5f00,N IF CHt-ICAL FMM 

J2j5f "ntI 'sT^Tf to'taH'act-on on chemical firm 

~ ? JPIN ON NEEGFO A?QuT ChE'ICaL.JaTa 
pisSI^L' LI -ITS 0" SPEAKERS A'lGcK^POUPS 

;?t?SFNTr?rin^ ?j < ss'^i^St'^az^ros 

R'SIOE'.TS -ANT WASTE ACTION 

^Il^n st;ic;iSNrF:jr^5sTE p>.fl tricgf, prutests 

Z'GSCUPS NEurOAL IN HAYORAL »' CE 
lAL" IS CHEAP 
riTUE'lS NAtlOr.AL 3ANK OP,?"';"!" ,, »:Tn^N 

lusi.FssMEN ouY i Buii-0'''-'5„J?-!;!;]?J 

T-3 I-ivESt-aS dUY OO-NTOXN buIlDINgS 

="uriL^;i'c^?c^iKi?{" -'""!"''' 

'I 'Uc^lEA'sf^J^EsirsilS^P^ TILITIESAOENCY 
"ulTIFS ACCUSFO OF .-^VfRCMAR.ING 



r. IT17EN 



ilTtD roB PR'icatSS 



Iff il ^0 WA«t«vFN COUNTY. N.C. ^ ^ 



riT* ll'".Ml< ICA0»«FI jHII.*! 

'^' S-AROli LAwSfNCfc LiGMIS CAHARf 



CITY OF "E"ir INt , 
SEE JUKKA". -I.e. 



HFOICAL INDUSTRY 



^"IF?^.mtl^a?:N CITY SCM00L5 
SEE POLYE^TrR I'lCUSTHItS 

""Sft'^juir.i-. -..L.. LIVIC CFNTtR PROPOSAL 

SEE juJhI- CIVK CfcMER inLOl 

CVIC fcNTf^-;.^-..C.^^^,.,^„ J- J 

'ONVENTIGN C3"PFTITIUN INChfA'.cS 
iE'»E J" "I'.rtT TRACK 

CIVIC HUFloM AnAK.)S 

Ue ilSn o'Jnll f.A-B'-K OF CJMH^KCE 
ou«NS GIVfN CIVIC AKABO 
?.S2^Ns'rAinl i)U-»A.'S fXTLNMVE -EOICAL FACILITIES 

iiSNr.ti^p|^PLfA;J°EbSp!ELE=TSTRANOEO 

"''ih" = SI-2M COUNTY CIVIL PPEPARE7NESS 

^"^EE^i:r/i?5.ri?'^EPTIES uMO.. 

•"'"sEE'lfsa^-ERlCAN civil' lUFjTPS UNION 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SUSPECT'S RIGHTS 



III '.tin G'isfcUir'llG^TS COM-ISSION 
"spit-LSlNGFltES CIVIL RIGHTS MLlS 




fnE'^'iKEA-' PLoS 20 
CIVIL RIGHTS CuOTAS uRONG 



""UeTlI^'IeSIJa^^'e'Sployees ^ 

"lAj^S'Turrs'IEAUrT'cS^nNC .6TI.E-ENT PLAN 
JitENU^E E.PLilNS VOTE ON "CLTh CARE PLAN 



CIVIL SEPVlCE SYSTFM 



III A'tio ^?'''5FFfcF'-^J"'RSUNN:L -ANA.FhFNT 
"i»nat ON FiOERiL RtTI-EES SHRILL. UNFAIR 

'"'"IkE'ifsn'fiANCIPATION P.OCLAHATION 
SEE ALS1 N.C. HISTORY 



OATE 

11/19/33 
U/2'i/93 
12/QT/93 
12/?0/'3 
12/21/''3 
l2/22/'3 
12/22/n3 



C PG L P Gtl 



N <90 
N 046 
N PfSO 
N <90 
N SSI 
•i <90 



S 2 10/2T/93 C ' 



5 2 

H 2 



3/0'./B3 
3/10/93 



d/22/93 
a/23/93 
a/23/93 
9/09/93 
9/22/93 
10/31/93 
10/01/93 
10/0<./93 
10/0''/93 
10/29/93 
U/05/93 
11/05/93 
U/07/83 



«90 
'SI 
K90 
SSI 
<90 
SSI 
<90 
A54 
<90 
rC90 



H 2 a/26/93 E 1 
S 2 a/30/93 C 9 



H 2 3/10/93 
S 2 5/11/93 
H 2 6/21/93 



II 1 
H 1 



1/01/93 1 
3/21/9! '1 
■1/14/93 U 





HhO 


1 N 


HbO 


1 H 


L«) 



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H 2 './2!/"3 A ', 
H 2 10/O'i/93 ;' 3 
S 2 10/13/63 A ■. 



H 2 2/10/93 A 
M 2 2/10/H3 A 
S 2 2/10/83 A 



1 P N S«3 



M ? 7/01/83 A 
H 2 a/21/93 A 12 



5 2 '1/29/83 A 



S 2 
M 2 



2/01/93 
<./09/93 
4/15/93 
4/23/»3 
4/29/93 
5/29/93 
5/29/93 
7/16/93 
7/16/93 
8/15/93 
3/24/93 
a/26/93 
9/29/83 
9/20/93 



R56 
<45 



a/16/93 A 1 
3/17/83 1 



T32 
L4I 



H 2 4/14/83 A 5 



" L r / A M 



III •.'■5? H'y^sY 




I N t X 



flENTONVILLE 



TO BUILD PLANT IN STATE 



CIVIL WAR DEL ICS 

CIVIL uAK rosPEno 

SHOT HAO A LOT OF PUT LEFT 

CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS 
rrr n^tf^?*^" BIRTH 
CCC UNIT SETS REUNION 

'^""'cMlif'y^F'^V? "-"I'S 
RECEIVES AtaARO 

civiTAN Club 

^'ylTANS HQflQREn 

BATTEN GETS CIVITAN POST 
CLAMS 

SEf »LSO SHELLFISH 

SHFI f«:?tM^.^"^'-l-f'SH HARVESTI'IC 

ISif-. '5" ^'f "»» BF EASEO 

SOME N.C. SHELLFISHBEOp?a BF REOPENED 
CLIREMONT, N.C. 

SHATTERPROGF GLASS CO. 

'^'•"sel'll-^s^ ^^??f" FESTIVAL 
itt ALSO FESTIVALS, ftj r 

CLABKSvILLESETs'FESrivAL 

CLlRKTONi N.C. 

C^^\"JfSK Slt^ ?fN%MF''???.^?§- ^«^ 
^""Jg3s^^575Si ing'K^S EVIDENCE 

•^LASS AcrinN SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, us 

CL. 11 REUNIONS (GENERAL HEAOINCi SECURITY CUTS 

SEE REUNIONS (OTHER THAN°FaSily, 
•^l-'SSIC VENTURES LTD. 

s^rE'-oV^'Sn^s'TJ^R-^v^o"'^"" " °"«^ ^"noN 

FCC APPROVES SALE 0F°raOI0 STATION -0(,s 
CLAY COMMuNICATInNS INC 

GROUP BUYS NeJspJ^ER in SHELBY 
CLlir COUNTY, N.C. 

SEVEN Sentenced in vote-buyin", scheme 

CLAY COUNTY, N.C. Fl FrTIn.,t 

Em P»OPING VOTE FJiSD^^ 
JURY r lun r/- Tf . , , r'**UU I^ 




COUNTY POLITICS 

F6u(i'PE6pri'cDfi;fcTF*,!°nF"°;n^v."'j ■■ ™^^ 

FORMER SHERIFF^^iill? C(, .,"?J^" ^"' """' CHARGES 

rn„.,. ,'..' ""'""'"^ •"""I ■" VOTE-BUYING CASE 




cCArSH^SlF^^flNJ? f?U??Y 
CL-i? tH"ISl'E"lA?l''S3,;?%^Is?fS3«'^ "■"■'-o PROPERTY 
CLAYTON OURAND 

H'SH TECHNOLOGY 



SUBJECT 



•"■'?;.:« jfSK jrsKii '"■"- 



CLAYTON RELAYS 

SEE ALSO TRACK 

CLEAN :::":;• """" "" ^^^^ -^ — — 

"i«3^S?CL"?,?;J^T^S^'i?UNV,R0N.NT.L IMAGE 
CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 
SEf,*LSO LITTER ^" 

LITTER LESSENED, BUT DURHAM C.N DO BETTER 



PAGE 135 



Date 



E L Y 

C PC L P 9YL 



3/13/13 
3/13/83 

'./J3/n3 

■i/o^/ej 

11/08/P3 
U/25/83 
U/U/93 



E 

U 0',3 



H 1 9/i",/83 B 

H 2 12/10/83 A 

i 2 2/22/83 A 

S 2 7/02/83 A 



5 2 
S 2 



a/2'./83 A 2 
''/0<)/83 A 7 



S 2 6/09/83 A 
H 2 7/26/83 A 
S 2 8/30/83 B 



K30 
576 



"66 
'<66 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



2/13/83 A 
2/20/83 A 
2/25/83 A 



H 2 2/20/83 C 4 



H 1 7/14/83 B I 

H 2 1/06/83 A I 7 

H 2 1/20/83 C a 

H 2 9/21/83 A 6 



2 5/09/83 A 3 N 

2 6/01/83 A 14 N 

2 8/31/83 A 6 N 

2 12/08/83 A ° N 



S 2 3/15/83 fl I 

H 2 3/16/B3 B 1 

S 2 3/16/83 A 15 

H 2 3/17/83 A 18 



H 2 9/28/83 U 5 


N 


H 2 7/04/83 B 7 


N 


" 1 7/08/B3 A 10 


N 


H 2 7/10/83 C 1 


N 


" ? 7/11/83 B 14 


N 


H 2 9/08/93 C 20 


N 


H 2 9/22/83 A 7 


N 


S 2 9/22/83 C 2 


N 


" I 9/23/83 A 9 


N 


H 2 9/25/83 A 12 


N 


" 2 9/29/83 B ^ 


N 


S 2 9/29/83 C ' 


N 


H 2 10/07/83 A 12 


N 


H 2 10/09/83 B 14 


N 


H 2 9/21/83 A 9 


N 


» 2 9/22/83 A 7 


N 


H 2 9/23/83 A 9 


N 


" 1 ,9/25/83 A 12 


N 


S 2 10/06/83 C 1 




H 2 10/07/83 A 2 


N 


H 2 10/09/83 8 4 


N 


S 2 11/15/83 A 5 


N 


S 2 11/30/83 C 2 


N 


S 2 12/24/83 A 15 


N 


H 2 12/25/93 A 14 


N 


H 2 1/30/83 10 


F L41 
F L41 
N L41 


" 2 5/29/83 A 21 P 


H 2 9/0'./83 D 10 


> 2 10/08/83 A 9 P 


N 



H 2 5/01/83 B 8 N C36 
S 2 3/01/83 A a P N 
H 2 1/06/83 A 4 E 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U 4 L 
1/01/33 



1 N e X 

12/31/83 



SMKuBS PLA^4^E0 
CLEAN COMMUNIT 
CLEAN COMHUNIT 
HOPES FOR SUCC 
PUOl IC SERVICE 
ADDING IT UP 
CLOSE INSPtCTI 
'L ITTER-GI TIER 
BURTON SCMOnc 
DISPLAY AWARDS 
LITTE" DEVICES 
ROOfNHlZER HEA 
CLEANUP CROUP 
THEY 010 
NE» OFFICFkS 
ANT 1-L ITTER CR 
ANTI-LITTER GR 
TMO GENTLEMEN 
CARL HODGES HE 
HODGES NAMED P 
GROUP NAMES MA 
PARADE APPLICA 
2! FLOATS IN C 
IT'S TIME NOu 
THEY'RE OREAMI 



GROUP PLANS 05 IVt 
GROUP TO GIVE AWARDS 
ESS 



CAMPAIGN BEGI>IS 
WINS FLAG FOR CLEANING UP 

AT WORK 

DING CLEANUP gr:up 

ELECTS R0DENHU5R 



OUP NAMES BRITT CHAIRMAN 

OUP NAMES PANEL MEAD 

OF MERIT 

ADS GROUP 

ANEL CHAIRMAN 

ROY TO POST 

TIONS ARE Due N1V. 1 

MRISTMAS PARADE 

TO TIDY UP 

NO OF A CLEAN CHRISTMAS 



SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

CLEFT PALATES CAN BE FUEO „,^^„ 

SURGERY CAN CORRECT CLEFT PALATE DEFECT 
RIOICULEi DISCRIMINATION BEHI^IO HER 

CLF&G'S TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL, INC. 

tAlNTED WELLS PUSH SEVEN FROM HOMES 
CfliTAMINATED WATER TO BE CLEA'iED IN MONTH 
7 DISPLACED BY BUG SPRAY AWAIT PLAN 
WORK STARTS TO CLEAN UP TAINTFD WELLS 

^w?;:;*:i??;'2o?'s'i»rj^NArfv'^^Er?5R 7 residents 

'^^"'gfElisON-FS^llfT^ DISCUSSES HKING OF AO MCLELLAN 
MCNEELY QUITS DUKE TEAM 
MCLEClaN CONFIDENT OF JOB SECJRITY 
ATCMLEY RECEIVES VOTE OF CONFIDENCE 

jALL'pOSSESsInN\l&FR%EY IN <ECPING BENNETT AT fAY 
TIGERS GET LAST WORD 
SNIPES: JUST MEANT TO BE 




SI TE DISTURBS COACHES 



UNC VICTORY NAILS DOWN ACC BASEBALL TITLE 



CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

:\,i4:llT-l:l'\nUli^ TIGe-RS 

?rEMS?S"iT?iFi^??nNEXPERIE-,CF AGAINST DUKE'S 

DEVILS' FTS VOID TIGERS' 3-PaiNTERS 

IF YOU MISSEO IT, YOU MISSED IT 

OEVILS MOLD ON FOR NEEDED VICTORY 

TOP-RANKED HEELS VISIT CLEMSON 

TAR MFELS UOOGE CLEMSON'S UPScT SID 

mEELS STRUGGLE PAST TIGERS 

c\i"M*sS;^g^^i"FfNi^ S's^dItIVE IN RUNNING 

STATE DEFEATS TIGERS FOR LIFT DOWN STRETCH 

TAR HEELS OVERWHELM TIGERS, 91j90 

HEELS READY TO START 'TOURNEY ROAD' 

JENKINS SCORES IQ AS CLEMSON STOPS DUKE 

TIGERS KEEP OEVILS DOWN 

CAROLINA GIVES CLEMSON 6001 „e,,t 

JORDAN, OOMFRTY PICK UP SL «CK FOR T AR HEE L S 

HAMILTON'S RETURN GIVES TIGERS PROMISE 

CLEMSON STAYS UNBEATEN 

TIGER RAG TO RICHES 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

f'GE"5'' ior!5"AriON7"3EY'VE GIT 7<,,000 REASONS 
-Ng's^X;U8\SSBB"p"u'T?lSg"TiE;^^^>ZE ON CLEMSON FOES 
NEGATIVE STORIES »FF RONT S TO J . S. P AN AM EFFOR T 

EPPLEY Guides clemson rout of w. Carolina 

BOSTON COLLEGE SHOCKS CLEMSON 

•^ir^iuruiro.rui/^nriotvj.'iviir likely a savior 

'^\inr:hV4'on\l\] gyi;rl.Lt?'?ALLS short in final minute, 

OUKE'S LINE KEEPS TIGERS ON ICE 

f-?J3^?M?^r^aR^^rcIfc'MW^R^'Is TIGERS PREPARE FOR WOLFPACK 

TIGER COMEiACK SNARES WOLFPAC< 

'PACK FALLS TO TIGERS 

DRIVER'S Two TOS SPARK TIGERS' WIN 

ToOGH OPPONENT SUCH AS CLEMSJl TO CRUM'S LIKING 

REVENGE NO FACTOR, T I OEB S ' H A' PER SAYS 

TAR MFELS LOOKING TOWARD TIGERS 

MFELS STILL ATTRACT BOWL SCOUTS 

TIGERS TRYING TO SPOIL UNC BOWL "CHOICES 

DEFENSE LEADS TIGERS' VICTORY OVER TAR MEELS 

TIGERS PROVE TAR HEELS OVERRATED 

^V^^Sf^?^?:^! S^^IC^J^Y: 'LEMSON TOPS IN ACC 

TERRAPINS' SAO, SAD TRUTH: 'CLEMSON BEAT US BADLY' 

CLEMSON TOPS SOUTH CAROLINA 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. GOLF , , „ 
CLEMSON TAKES IRON OUKE LEAD 

rN^U^'cuS^S^ ;S"!lSc"5ls'?0%EPEAT ACC GOLF CROWNS 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS, SOCCER 

SEE ALSO SOCCER , , 

CLEMSON BLANKS NO. <. TAB HEELS 
BLUE OEVILS, TIGERS FIGHT TO STALEMATE 
SnC KNOCKS OFF TOP-RANKED OUKE WITH OVERTIME WIN 

CLEMSON UNIV. SPORTS. TENNIS 
CORRECTIONS 



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P DATE C PG L P BYL 




5 2 i/l'i/'^i A 


' P P T37 




S 2 3/04/83 C 


5 P N S83 




S 2 3/0'i/Bl A 


2 P N 




S 2 'I/I2/B3 A 


3 P P M66 




H 2 <./17/e3 A 


I N 




S2 5/0 2/93 A 


3 P P C56 




5 ? 5/1B/R3 C l* P P C56 




S 2 5/23/93 A 


6 N 




H 2 6/03/B3 C 


6 N 




H 2 6/03/B3 C 


1 P P C56 




S 2 6/0'./93 A 


3 P P C56 




S 2 6/22/83 C 


1 N T32 




H 2 6/23/83 A 12 N 




H 2 6/24/83 e 


5 P P F70 




S 2 6/2'./93 C 


4 P P F70 




S 2 7/2 2/93 C 


2 N 




S2 8/0 2/93 A 


9 N 




H 2 10/01/83 A 


4 E 




M 2 10/07/83 A 1 


.0 N 




S 2 10/08/93 A 1 


,5 N 




S 2 10/10/83 C 


I N 




H 2 10/26/93 B 


<> " , „ 




S 2 11/10/93 A 


5 P N rto 




H 2 11/21/93 A 


4 L 




H 2 11/27/83 


1 P F C19 




H 2 2/18/93 a 


5 N 




S 2 2/19/83 C 


6 N 




H 2 10/09/83 C 


1 F 




H 2 5/03/83 a 


1 N B30 




H 2 5/05/83 B 


I N 930 




H 2 7/23/93 A 


5 N 930 




H 2 8/l<!/B3 a 


I N B30 




H 2 9/10/93 B 


I N 930 




H 2 10/21/83 B 


1 N BiO 




H 2 1/09/83 U 


6 N 




H 2 1/12/93 C 


3 N 




H 2 1/13/93 


4 N 




H 2 4/06/83 A 


1 2 N 




M 2 ',/09/93 C 


1 U 071 




H 2 10/12/93 C 


1 N 




H 2 11/06/83 C 


3 P U 071 




H 2 11/06/83 C 


3 N S91 




H 2 J/Oa/83 B 


4 N 




H 2 4/23/93 B 


2 N M71 




H 2 4/24/RJ n 


1 P N M71 




H ? 4/25/93 a 


! N M71 




H 2 4/26/93 B 


2 U 071 




H 2 4/26/83 U 


2 P N M71 




S 2 4/26/83 B 


2 P N P55 




H 2 1/09/93 U 


? U M71 




H 2 1/08/83 B 


2 P N 071 




H 2 1/16/83 B 


4 P N C52 




H 2 1/29/83 B 


2 M M7 1 




H 2 1/30/9] a 


1 P N M71 




H 2 1/30/93 B 


3 P U 071 




S 2 1/31/93 


4 P U F25 




S 2 2/02/83 B 


1 P U F25 




H 2 2/03/83 


I N M71 




S 2 2/03/93 C 


I P U F25 




H 2 2/04/93 C 


1 P U M71 




H 2 2/06/93 B 


2 P F M7 1 




H 2 2/10/83 


1 N 071 




H 2 2/29/93 


^ ? ^. ?!1 




S 2 2/29/93 B 


2 P U F25 




H 2 3/03/93 D 


1 N P07 




5 2 3/03/83 B 


1 N 




H 2 3/12/93 


2 P N r52 




S 2 3/12/91 A 


9 P N 018 




H 2 11/23/93 


5 F 




H 2 12/11/83 B 


3 N 




H 2 12/15/83 C 


I P U 071 




H 2 8/03/83 B 


2 U 071 




H 2 8/05/83 C 


1 N S91 




H 2 8/29/83 B 


3 N 




H 2 8/31/93 C 


1 P G S91 




H 2 9/04/93 fl 


2 L 




H 2 9/04/93 B 


4 N 




H 2 9/11/83 C 


1 N 




H 2 9/15/93 


2 P N S91 




H 2 10/11/83 


2 N S91 




5 2 10/11/93 


1 P N F25 




H 2 10/16/83 C 


I P N C52 




H 2 10/16/93 C 


6 P N C52 




S 2 10/17/83 


4 P U F25 




H 2 10/19/83 C 


2 N 




H 2 10/23/93 C 


I N 




S 2 10/24/93 


4 P N 




H 2 10/30/93 C 


4 P N 




H 2 U/02/93 


2 N S9 1 




H 2 11/03/93 


I P N S91 




S 2 11/03/93 B 


1 P N 018 




S 2 11/04/83 


1 P N F25 




H 2 11/05/93 3 


2 N S91 




H 2 11/06/83 C 


1 P N S9l 




S 2 11/07/93 


3 P U 018 




H 2 11/09/93 C 


1 F S91 




H 2 11/13/83 C 


1 N 591 




H 2 1 1/13/93 C 


4 P N 




H 2 11/20/83 e 


4 P N 





2 3/12/93 J 
2 3/14/93 B 
2 4/15/83 C 



9/19/93 B 
9/26/83 B 
11/14/93 8 



H 2 4/19/93 U 4 



I N u E X 



SUBJECT 



'Af.e 137 

i/17/a^ 



Clfl)«» STEBLiNr. ropp. 

LAKfibORO RECEIVES D?VfLnPH£Nr iRANT 

''lekks, N.r. 

Sft CLEo<s nf cnuPi, M.r. 
clesks of oijHr, n.c. 

SOME CLERKS H.iEj?? cnLLEClin 1u^"?r??"-'' SUPPORT 

^teSJ^ 5!c|^t'SS/S£^""-" "-' -»"-nR« 

CLEVELAND COUNTY, »).c 

JUDCE ORDERS CLEVELAND COUNTr MAGISTRATE E,»EO 
CLIHATE 

III ^IIS '■' ?J1-LUTI0N 

At^S ifTlbR^SPS^r- """ 
ill .'tis w\':f,']^'R't SU"'"' ""'^^ lASHEV.LLE. N.C., 

'^'■""^uP?P^I"rP?Jf'"'' KEACrnR 

oirifn"^!:""^'^ RIVFR PROJECT 
oREEOcR fuNPS CUTOFF URGED 

CLINGENOaEL investment CIRP 

«n?F\%"f,tfjJi'f.?^J|,",/«fSIDtNI OF clingenoafl 
HOIEL tUROP. sSlo ""locus 

CLINIDN C.p\'flJ,Tl 'o'aToL'Al?. i^i^^E^"" 

'""^['■^^?S^^,^S:|n[°"""'" "^""""^ «"'^^ FDITORIAL SERIFS, 
CL IPPFO CHMMENTS 

CLOCKS 

Sfe ALSO TIME 

OFFICIALS ,Ftr RtOUFSTS FOR H,RE T , MC ,N THE DAV 
CinTMlNG 

SFE ALSO FASmIUN 

Sf| Jtin ;;:^^IC.PPLD, CLOT,„NG 

SFE Aisn iHOf. 
SEE Aisn ^uIT< 

NEW DESIGNS ..KF DRESSING LFS' DIFMCULT FuR HANOICARPtO 
CLDTHING, MlSinHY lUiLAKKCL 

SFE ALS.i rosniMFs 

SrNlA?/^;' '" CLOTHING 
VINIAT^L FAiMION I* Hi a OACCrfi- 

CLOUD -r^''"^^'''"^----'---- ,ONF„OME.,RI 

^^^?^i^^s'%?n:St^^?i!---R0,_^^^^ 

CLOUDS 

CLOUD FANTASIES 

^^""icii5^^nt^3ortSV^??8^Ei ""•' 

CLOvEHLEAF INTERCHANGE 

• -".O, IS-SUI INTERSECTION 

Clowns 

SEE ALSO CIHLIJj 

y,2i"t^'^ 's nf" fUN- 

LIBBAOy LU'IACV 

Cluhn On Duty 

CLUB ":::"" """= ^^^^ ^-^ ^^^ ^- ~ - - C.Y streets 

RDAD 0£\EuAL 

fLUB BLVD. SCmOJL 
HELPING GUI 



E I J 

f DATE C "G L P aYL 



" ■> <./i7/nj c 



t/^7/f!3 

lo/o^/■^3 

ll/lS/83 
1 1/JH/SJ 
1 l/2<)/fi3 



I ? 
1 2 
I? 
1 3 



THAT'S The Clowns* mutto. 



LlUf'?SlF"^?i^^ ""^5 °'= SCHOOLS 

Clydesdales 

r«0 pay UP CLYDESDALE SUIT AwARO 
CO-GFNERAI IUN 

sii 'tis ^r,^^u'?i!ik'ri\thn^y'^'^ 

STEAM MAY cil ENeSgy^OSTS "-'^ ■""'^' 
CO-OPS 

SEE ALSO BARTFR SYSTEI 

homemakfrs proouce'country market co-op 

COACH OF THE YEAR 

^^ll^0\lhknl'c'a2'dh^"'''''''"• "«CH OF THE YEAR 
MYEPS PARK'S SASSER HONORED 
COACHES 

SEE SPORTS, CJACHES 
COAL 



OF PARTICULAR ELECTRICAL UTIl 



COAL-FIRED LOcTohkl'^.rr'i'oU'lL^k 
'^"'^;c'^fy„''R;E'<. PLANTS 



s 

Eak 



JAMES .ATT AS SANTA ICARTOON, 
COALITION FUR F^JioOM 



" ? 5/J6/93 b 5 



"2 ')/2\/''i i 6 P N 
S 2 10/26/S3 C 6 N 
S ? 12/02/83 B 4 F 



H 2 3/2B/33 A 4 L 
H ? 'i/l'i/Ki c 5 N 



S 2 2/2>./n3 C I N 

" 2 12/27/83 n 1 n 

" 2 11/12/83 h 2 P N rih 

S .' 11/12/83 A 8 P ., fi. 



H 2 2/2S/83 A i, E 
H 2 8/09/83 A A E 



S 2 t)/3n/e! CI N T32 



n 2 l)/l?/83 U 2 P F H41 

" 7 2/a»./R3 I I P F 

" 2 8/20/8) A h F 

S 2 i/17/R3 u I P F ■171 

5 2 3/1 7/83 1 n F h;i 

S 2 8/01/H3 n I P p rj; 

" 1 7/22/83 H 1 N 

H 2 <</0'./83 A 1 T N 0<.f, 



H 2 6/10/83 C I P F M7I 

H I V,^V/.l b 2 P P cll 

•UNDAY ? ; i^'ii;?! ;.: ; ? i ;,'° 

H 2 ll/2<,/n3 i; 1 P P r37 

S 2 3/12/83 A 3 p p 137 

5 2 3/2»./83 A 1 p G f08 

N ? 5/17/83 B 1 P P n? 

H 2 3/04/83 (, , ,1 ^|3(, 



S 2 12/12/83 A 5 N 

" 2 10/21/83 I, ; p F rt<,5 

S 2 12/06/83 B 2 N 



" I 1/22/83 A 6 

M 2 5/15/83 A ,-3 

H 2 a/10/83 A 1<. 

" 2 11/2A/83 A 16 



S 2 1/14/8! A in n 

" 2 1/26/8 3 A 1 L 

S 2 i/12/83 A lA N 

S 2 5/26/83 A 1 N L38 

H 2 5/10/83 A A T T R56 



( . U A 1. 1 H I « 

l/oi/iii - u/Ji/n5 



J 11 J I C I i 



P n OATf 



PAr.t 111) 

l/17/«<i 



t L » 



IJKIN SFtuS POO CniFEOS 

ro«LiTij'i OF cnNC£o\Fo Cj.iuhchl'; 

^"h3»Ch c5'n5p"9AriLErpo»'<nG»A'Hic stores 

fJiSTAL 4ftFA MANiCEMfNT ACT 

If? N.C. CUASIAI MAMACftNT ACT 

COASTAL 0EVtiaPlFt4t, N.C. 
SFE ALSO PfcACHtS. 'UC. 
SEE ALSO PUILTI'.C i)E vFLOPr K' , , , 
SFE ALSO ENVIBOMMFNTAL PROTECIUN 

in StlS ^.'J'TnASlAL HANAGEMFNT ACT 

SEE ALSn nIcI coastal f<ESOu»CFS Ca-<"lSbION 

SEE ALSO nuTE^ EArnS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO UILOraNESi ARcAS. N.C. 

rs5flr,c.^'^F^u»RUuJ"oufiS V"MS ;.v be eno<nC 

CLl-ATE CHAM^>€ ULlULO AFFECT N.C. COAST 

COASTAL ZO*l£ MANACEMFNT ACT 

SEE N.C. COASTAL MANACE'<ENI ACT 



STjRE COBALT 



'""^"'sTATe rn issoe permit fcr fih' 

rOPb ST. MnoSlNo PROJECT 
SEE MOREMfAO HILLS 

"■^slEi5sES»'Ff ch^l^'hFalTh care center 

CUCA-CHLA BOTTLING CP. 
SPECIAL COKES 

COCAINE 

'luiirrlrC^??Ei?^i^J?S L'0U^.'n\ii 'I'^'U OKUO ,UST 
20 Penpti mElO ON DROG COUNTS AFTER CITY ShEEP 

5^51 ':linA'llV^°r'o\rt.\]'V^h^ AT STRFET OEALERS 

\t.ll'\V',^dUi'ir^'ciU IS >R«ESTEO ON DRUG CHARGES 

fo^^si^h'wNnTo'NflsT. PLEA.TQ OPOG CHARGES 

^io CONTEST^ PLEA ENTERED IN ORUo CASE 

FEOERAL JUOr.E CENSORS 5 L AJY6R 

•STEEL FOTTC'l* TRIAL BEGINS 

COCAINE TRIAL BEGINS 

A»r.llMFNTS ENJ IN COCAINE TRIAL 

'sTEELaOTTCM- GUILTY OF OSOG TRAFFICMNG 

COCAINE DEALER FREE ON PONO 

i; FACE CHAPF^ „ILL NARCOTICS '.HARGES 

I, FACE COCAINE Charges 

2 CITED OH ORUG COONTS 
1,40 "FM FACE OfluG CHARGES 

COCAINE SAIO PLENTIFUL IN N.C. ^..^ 

ifhnL^?C^?bJ"U.lb^lS5^C0!5?^?^!!:SEST,GATT0N 
COCAINE PRai^E REUUEST60 
kii:!5p^^?-^Ep2S^"Ayfl^!?N^s'rN^°THReECOONTIES 

lo^.Tc^'lf.rcVu&lo'ii'i, S"n"o^5^ COONTS 

MAN aCjUITTED of OR'JG Charge 

"ecial P«0SEruT0P TO proue cua nl use 

Durham man must face drug CHA-t,ES 

TEENS USING ILLICIT DROGS LES5--K00P 
SURVEY RESULTS STARTLING 
COCAINE PROBLEMS CORKING IN L))R"AM 
COCAINE aORTH l?l MILLION SEI?EO 
7 CHARGED FOR COCAINE 

DRUG Charges filed 

MAN CHARGED IN 5T0RE ROBbERt ,riF.,TlSTS FINO 

COCAINE INJURES LIVERS OF M I CF , SCIFjTlSIb UNO 

SlKrHEL'is'LRE'sTES'iGAlN. ChaRGEH IN COCAINE BUST 
MlNSInN-slLFMPoilCEsli COCAINE HAUL SET RECORO 
RA ID Y IElDS ORUG CACHE 

COCkF^GhTS^^^ BkFAK OP COCKFIGHT 

"■^"'GfRMiN COCKROACH HOST COMMON TJOAY 
ROACH STRATEGY INVADES HAVENS 
I 

COFFfe^HOoS| THE.,f«__^^^ MAKES ?f f ' J ' ^r.tJ'VHF ATRE 
•PAREFOnT- GOnO START FOR COFFEE HOUsF ThFaTkE 

'"' ''^^^UmE'Un°sS"AM. TURN LIFE ARO..NO 
""TUiVlii^r..'pLASTs'?J'pKQO,CE FNE.GY 

f obapitaiion 

SEE UNMARRIfO COUPlFS 

"'"'P'nipfiR'oj.flS SLATED .16.7 MILLION IN •». PUOGFT 
•BRIO'.ING' A PROBLEM 
bRIDoE OPENING SCHEDULE ANNOONCEJ 

COKER HILLS So'OlVlSION 

OMASA APPROVtS BOOGEI 

""■sil FEDERAL .UKFAU OF INVF S T IG AT I ON . "COLCUR" INVESTIGATION 

"^lEfi^^O^RrEr^ATrR PIPES 

"|o;^'?Ac"rSuF?l«fNrFR"0M -INT-H-S bLO-S 
FolGin WEATHER Coming ,. ,,„ti-iTv 

FOEEZr HIKES DEMAND FOR ELECT' ICITY 
COLD -EATH£3 MAY =!E CAOSE OF lAN-S HEATH 

CHORCH OPEN TONIGHT 



H 2 it/lo/Pi f I *. P N 
S ? './20/»5 C 1 "> N 



S 2 12/10/") A 1". 



H 2 lO/ll/m A 12 
S 2 10/12/Bl A 11 
S 2 in/26/«3 C 6 



I 6/29/H3 



2 <./2<./R3 « l» 



l/lt/SS 

2/in/R3 

3/09/63 
3/Q''/P3 
3/0<>/'t3 
3/01/13 
3/10/83 
3/11/93 
3/15/93 

4/20/93 
'i/2<./63 
5/l''/93 
5/20/e3 
5/20/93 
5/21/93 
5/21/93 
5/27/93 
5/28/93 
6/35/93 
6/06/93 
6/20/83 
6/22/93 
7/09/93 
7/a')/93 
7/U/83 
7/l'./93 
7/l'./93 
9/05/93 
a/19/83 
8/19/93 
3/2'./93 
<)/lO/83 
9/26/93 
5/26/83 
<)/27/93 
10/05/"! 
10/22/93 
10/23/93 
ll/0<./83 
ll/l''/93 
11/23/93 
ll/2<./93 
12/31/93 



1 P N A5« 



f 




N 


P^O 


f" 




N 


SH/ 






N 


fM! 






N 


Si/» 


A 




N 


P*0 


A 


i ^ 


N 


Jbb 


f 




N 




C 


9 







IC 

1 

I 
fc 

10 
I* 
5 



E 

N T33 



2 
I 9 



2 2/21/93 



S 2 3/17/B3 A 7 N 

H 2 10/13/93 C 15 N 

H 2 1/14/93 C 5 P F H66 

H 2 3/11/93 10 » M66 

H 2 5/01/93 J 3 P R H<,<» 



S 2 12/12/93 A 5 
H 2 12/15/93 A 12 



2/01/93 A 
3/23/9! A 
5/05/93 C 



H 3 4/27/93 1. 



H 2 

S 2 

S 7 

S 2 

S ? 



1/17/9) A 

1/19/93 :i 

l/n/93 C 

1/21/93 A 

1/21/93 C 



I 



I N (J £ A 
U / 3 i / !1 1 



s u b J e c T s 



Pint M-* 

1/1 7/9« 



P»iPA<IHO FilK ftijsr 
l=»ICIn NtalheS LINGrKl 
PSOJECIINC HIS POSIES 

^^Ti^S^*^V'? heads ru dush.. 

RFCGKD COLO ICES nuRHAH "' 

KE'^JfE'^"^^ CHtCLY IN Cir?"S,,V\" 
l^hj BRINGS JOO .EATMrn 

COLn CROSSING 

fOLKS APailNn HERE: The WAV THlNr^ .0- 
IRHAm Tn cic /■ Jii Ji n - "AT iH[ NbS ARt 

ToVr^^S^ FinoDEO WITH PLEAS flR HFI P 

ARTS COUNCIL BUILDING OaSa^E i? "exJeNSIVE. 

COLO WEATHER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO F«E£?E DAMAGE 

SEE ALSO FREEZING OEAThS 

SEE ALSO WEATHER, n.c. 

COLO FORCES HOMELESS TO SFFK hcio 

?C^?%?I^Ae?^?£?v? - ?L "^^ "^-^"^^E«^ 

^H?r!"3N"?sri?eL°'" "^° -^-"" 

cpn ^I'H^t iT. Se"?c'h'es 

wE5fHf«''I5,f?'t';.E'^°" "ORf" PILE 
pfpEf6URN'^\S\'plRf;!e5TArE 

^ES?^^j^G^tt^l^S2%3„-;? °oh',:\s IN ..c. 

CGLOS 

see ALSO COUCH medicimes 
COLE MILL Chukch jf Christ 

-ATSON IS NEW MINISTER AT COLE MILL CHu»CH 
COLE PARK PLAZA 

WORK BEGINS JN NEW PLAZA 

CHATHAM COMMSSIONERS OK CENTER ACCESS PLAN 
COL K 

SEE ALSO INFANTS, DISEASF<: ' 

COLIC IN BAPllS IS N^^^^r-S FAULT 
COLIFORm BACTERIA 

SEE ALSO eACTFRlA 

llc!h?f"^ SHELLFISH HARVESTING 

a?iy'^iRli"^^K"----?"-"«~--Ar,0N 

COLLAGEr'"' "' ""°" """ """ "''"" ""'"' .-ESTIGATION 

CncLARJS SPAKK HATE, LOVE 

COLLECTION AGENCIES 
SEE ALSD DEBTS 
SEE ALSll GARNISHMENT 

HOUSE VOTES in REMOVE PPwFR firms- EXEMPTION 
COLLEGE BaSkFTball 

SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO COLLFGfS, N.C. spnars 
HOYAS, PERHAPS? ^•'■•> iPlJRTS 

neki^Sril'tlL'^Vnl '"'^""^ CAPITAL 
"CtLb KFCLAIM jnp SPOT fN PHii 

END THIS RULE OF FOUUNG fSlu 

"'sEE^LSn'AT^;NWr"S^^!c^'""' regulations 

SUTTON AND RETURN TO SO-^9 -■ ui. c i ONl) Htr.ULATIQNS 
COLLEGE BOARD 

"ouxE^nFF'rr'r'i.'rj^ APTITUDE T£':ts 



DATE 



C PO L P BVL 



FTBALL 



3/iVn] f 

•♦/l^J/RS A 

'•/2')/»J C 

l2/2l/^i A 

l2/^'./a3 A 

Ii/J6/'13 A 

u/Jfi/aj 11 

lJ/i7/93 A 
12/J7/83 4 
1J/Z7/S3 C 

\!/n/ni c 
12/2B/83 A 
U/29/fl3 A 

12/21/83 A 
12/3D/R3 A 
12/3(1/B3 B 
12/30/83 A 
12/31/B3 A 
12/31/83 A 



N SB3 
P Mhf, 
N C05 



N L30 
N COS 



B3n 

B30 



P P T37 



N J56 
N K90 



1/21/83 

3/23/83 

3/2'./P3 

<./2n/S3 

<./20/a3 

'./21/83 

'./21/P3 

1 1/26/83 

12/20/83 

12/24/83 

12/27/83 

12/27/93 

12/28/B3 

12/28/83 

12/28/83 



I 


p p 


1 => 


N 




F 




N 




11 N 




N 




N 




N 




N 




N 


li 


|J N 



H 2 12/29/83 C 

H 2 10/23/83 A I n F ojo 
S 2 10/06/83 A 6 N 



H 3 2/26/83 C 1 N 

H 3 7/06/83 a 1 N H60 



S 2 7/13/83 A ,n 



2/18/83 A 1 t 
2/2 0/8 3 A 2 3 
2/28/83 A 3 
3/10/83 A 10 
7/27/83 A 3 
11/11/83 C 16 



H 2 7/27/83 U 1 P F 830 
H 2 9/04/83 C !<, N 930 

H 2 11/13/83 D 12 F GTB 



H 2 6/08/8 3 H 



2/03/83 
2/08/83 



3/07/83 U 7 
1 1/09/83 C A 
1 1/18/83 D 16 
1 1/23/83 n Q 
12/06/83 
12/18/83 



3 P u 071 



H 2 12/20/83 B 2 



"2 1/31/83 



S ? 2/09/83 C 10 „ 
H 2 11/21/83 A 10 N 



COLLEGE POWLS 

''^AnR'S]o"s^?E«i;^s"f^f:i""^^ "'^^ ^"^'^s 

Jt'b'InSoS" "^ °'"""^- ""^eo LIST 

£%KHir?iSVj^^^i:^r- -R DUKE 
:?%\^^,S^S'' ^°«'^'?C?uS^i^l ^T^.',fAT,vE focus 
"l^R^N^BS' ""O^'ECTS STILL Nur PEACHY 



S 2 2/18/83 C 1 
H 2 2/21/83 A 1 
S 2 2/21/83 C 1 



FOOTBALL, LIBERTY POWL 




1/03/83 
10/14/83 C 
11/01/83 B 
11/08/83 A 
11/14/83 B 
11/14/83 D 
11/15/83 B 
1 1/16/83 D 
11/18/83 C 
11/22/83 B 



M23 
046 



U Die 

N S9l 

IJ 018 

N 018 

N S91 

N F25 
N 

U 019 



T H L Y / 



S U 11 J f C t S 



PiGt I'.J 
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TIC<tT Vl"tS GIVE I-1DIC«IIUN ILL MOT PtaCHY 

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"'■'sFE^Atsn-ioULT EDUCATION 

III tttn lgu™?'lSNA'L°h^PORT,'i;llTY''cENTER 

in lllo ;:.'c':"sln"^lAf!SK of iniepem.fnt colleges ano universities 

1 ttso SVuFlsimS/PUBLIC s'oiGOlS ThI.NGLE hOUMDTABLE CONSORTIUM 
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4 N.C. COLLEGES, «»r,„'< £"„ 



v^'r ^CHiOLS lTsteo in MAGA/INL'S SUKVEY 
•^L^cGES GUARD AGMNST ABUSE IF COMPUTERS 



A3M1SSI0NS 



UIlEORO FACULTY 
V ITAL 



"^'■"u^^.YVl0-t"MOr\s■sTANOAROSALRFApY TOUGH 

FPIOAy: higher STanOABOS TO R; OUC F CATCH-UP WORK 
aOmISSIQN TO UNC SCHuOLS ■'AY ,ET TGUbHER 

COLLEGES. N.C, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

Wl liSl By^l:cll^^ll-^^r^^u'l^C..aUC BEVERAGES 

B03°£BS BE-ARE; tSe law CHANC=S TONIGHT 
"'-^lE'A^SO-CQLLEGESrN.C. TUITIONS 

loScAiioN CUTS TO BE niscussEn 

SaRKET PAYS BIG FOR N.C. UNIVERSITIES 

COLLEGES. 'I.e., CJMMfNCEMENT 
SYMBOLS OF aEGINNINGS 

CGLLEG'Si N.C. CURRICULUM 

COMPUTERS SPARK DEBATE AMONG '. 
EOUCATO"!; LIBERAL EOUCaTIJN V 
ECONOMIC PROGRAMS RANKED 

COLLEGES. N.C, OESEGREGATION 

^'fNc'R^ASE'fiESEGlKfliN" COMMUNITY COLLEGES TOLO 

fJXrb^N^E^^i^^ il]kn'Vcl°J.rol\^O..O.U.. PLAN 

rniiFGfS. N.C., FEDERAL AID 

SFE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. FEDERAL AID 
SEE aCso federal AID-TO-EOUCATPN 

CFF Also UNIV. OF N.C, OESEGRE.ATIDN „„,„^- 

"h ?ts lij siYfSifT5y^'^Li"t^^si?^Gs:ri?'pROPosAL 

EDUCATION CUTS TO BE SCUSSET 
INCREASED FUNDING FOR EDUCATION URGED 
PAPERWORK IS DRAFT RULE PROBL'M 
DRAFT PAPFRWUHK HAMPERS SCHOOLS 

^°^^^E^^^^E!-^OL'L^'SEir;!s:i'F,l:^uI.E PLACEMENT 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C 

^"jO^'^STroSl;'=''srNl&R'^hcE TOU.H MARKET AS FIRMS CUT BACK HIRING 
FUTURE TEACHERS hFaRINC ' JO"}' 

nt.r.fi4\i].ii'i'vr..".\v,ir, IMPROVING 

"'■'■"AuVlSM-ElfERT'cilTS AFTER GRA.T PPOBE 

"'^'^S^?kS:':U»I''1n*d'"y5^S for DAILY TAR .HEAL. 
HUMOR Af.D SENSITIVITY 

"''^'4olt£"BiRl?iG^S?'lN''fNipPROPR.ATE TREE ON FRESHMAN ELIGIBILITY 

"'^slfA^SO-DiiE'iNu':! SVUDENT HO. SING 

CoSdOMINIDm SALES SEEN INCREAMNG NEAR CULLECES 



CaLLE.GES,,N.C.._STUOENT^L0.NS__ ^^^^^,^^ ^^,^, 



SEE ALSO STUDENT LOAN PROCR»" SCHOLARSHIPS T STUDENT AID 
^"AR?i^?U^;:^SES°^AC^E^Pn ' D fl.^'"?PUCATIONS 

?SfEL^r'T"R?"?£ ?S?;iS? ^'K2SC?AL AID PROBLEMS 



"^'-'i^^is^iU'.O UNC^^C^HUOLS MAY -,ET TOUGHER 
''^iiril.-i-hi.mV.'^^'.C., BUDGET 



2/19/83 A 
•5/11/83 B 
6/22/83 A 
11/23/83 A 
U/2<./a3 C 
12/21/83 C 



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H 2 12/26/83 A lA 



H 2 1/02/83 E 8 N 

H 2 8/16/83 C 1 N 

S 2 9/07/83 A A f „., 

H 2 9/30/03 B 1 N B8I 



H 2 6/29/P3 » I 1 
H 2 9/11/83 B A 



H 2 5/08/83 D A 



H 2 1/02/83 A 12 N 

S 2 9/27/83 CI N C08 

H 2 12/22/83 A 7 N 



2 3/26/83 A 1 
2 5/22/83 A 10 
2 9/22/83 A 1 



«/Cl/R3 A 10 

i,/02/n3 A 8 

6/29/83 A 11 

6/3D/83 A 13 

7/22/83 C 1 

7/25/83 B 1 



H 2 4/10/83 A 1 

H 2 './15/83 B 1 

S 2 6/06/83 C A 

S 2 12/2A/R3 A 3 

H 2 3/13/83 A 15 



H 2 2/19/83 C 1 
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SEE ALSn CCJLLrCFS. 'J.^., FtOERAI 

SFE ALSO cuLLfcfs, uU., ruiiro-i 
SFc ALsn nir,MF< EnuCArioN COST' 
If^ .'US siuoENr AID iinc^A" 

c..t5? 5TlJ0rNr LOAN PROGRAM 
S^NFORQ: PRUATF TOLLECrs NEEI 




1^/31/93 



FUNDS PFB IN-STATE STUOENT 
Dt TkACKED 



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COILEOFS, U.S. 

ni itto° "o'r.rniiv"°"' 

III A'ts'g P«'j^?;'5tR^^°,i^^'^ "^^f« 

TMEY CAN TALK, TOO 
COLLFGFS, U.S., COSTS 

lie '■?|-l:i^''J' "•^•' TUITION 
SFE MIOHER EOUCATION, COSTS 
SEE STunENI LOAN PftlJGBAM 

COLLEGES. U.S. , CURRICULUM 

lei 'H^ UNIV. Of N.C., CURRICUIUM 

•^OLLFOFS, U.S., 'liStCKFCATlON 

^^^^^«?^U,^^'cfit^?fe^r^EfrT^;iUf?jE"S^^^^^"'""' 



CULLFCFS, 



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SFE ALSO roLLFCFS,' N.V;,' TuiffoNs" 

SFc ALSO COLLFCFS. U.i., TU T o^ 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL A I 0- ril siuC A T IT N 

SFE Sits "'fHE" tOUCATION, CO S^ 

If itiu ?CMOLA\'?ifpr''" ''''°""' 

SEE ALSO SIiJOrNT AID PROGRAM 

lie tl-12 sryoFur loan program 

SEE ALSO UN V. OF N.C.-C»APEr Hill 
LIBPABr MONFY BACKED '-""'^'- ""-L' 



SCHOLARSHIPS C STUUPNT 



CULLEuEi, U.S.. r.ftAOUATe HLaCFMFnT 

til :ti"o f;i^pts?^iNT:-sT^"°"*^^ ^-««^^' 

COLLEGE OFFICIALS.- JOB "pRO SPE' TS IMPROVING 



'iui'Eis^R?r£:i.'"^ 



RANK ING 



COLLEGES 
SEE - 

CQLLFGES, U.S., SINKINGS 

SEt ALSO Duke UNIV., Ranking^ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. Of N.C. -CHAPEL HI, I 
nniF^irr COMPARISONS '^^'- ""■'•• 
OUKE. YOU'.E THE TOPS «ITH COLLEGE RATING (,OUK 
COLLEGES, U.S., SPORTS 
UOSOS OR PRO.HISES' 
ACADEMICS COME FIRST 

FlLSrCHlR-^t""^ '°'' ""l-ErfS -ELCOME 
THE CLOUT HAS CA^CH-^2 

COLLEGES, U.S., STUDENT HOUSING 

FEDERAL AID FOR COMMUTER S«OUL A 



D DURHAM STUDENTS 



SFE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C., TUITIQVIS 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.sl FEDFRAI J.n 
III "Al?. ^J^"!" EDUCAT 5n, CO?t '° 

^^ A- L PI? t^^^i^^. 

E'S;ci?i^=Sp^^su??rM£?}^^^i^?N'gpiN^N^^,7r'°^ 

COLLINS C AIKMAN 

I COLLINS t AIKMAN CORP. D0U6LE; INCOME 
COLON CaNCFR 

SEE ALSO Cancer 

COLON CANCER, DIET LINK SAID 'OSSIdLE 

I^CILONIAL INN IHILCSBORnuGH, N.C.I 
TEEN CHARGED HITH RObflERY 
THE COLONIAL INN SOLD tS OR AN', E COUNTY PAIR 

"'-?cJ ':,'t):,M'''C'<FTT ROADI 
SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

FLIP-FLOP: INSPECTOR ON JOS 
COLONY LAKE 

aOARD OPPOSES COLONY LAKE PRDIFrr 

HOARD TO ADVISE AC A I N^ r PRO i c- r 

HORSE FARM STILL IN PfRiroiZc.,; 

COLONY LAKt PERMIT OENirb O""^"*^ 



COLOR 



NEW RESEARCH COLORS THINKING AUOUT WHAT -HITlTAIlS Can SEE 



COLOR Mt bFAUTIFUL, INC. 

SUIT NAMES DURHAM bCAUTY FIRM 

COLURCRAFT CORP. 
COLORCkAFT: 



COLORS 

StvERAL BAYS 



'UNKNOmN* UIIKHAM 
'CI SEE KFO 



IM t«l'ECTING SALES OF 1 1 so MILLION 



blLL'S SPONSOl DUESN'T WANT COMPROMISE 



COLJRIYMF 

■OPTION- lO-F'UY' 

'^'"•'sJ^|l»„f 0»OCASriNG SYSTEM 
CULUM6US COUNTY, N.C. 

C.-YER SAYs'SSoGE'^^lIf^^^fRi^p'^S "OCKEho 



CUUOR" INVESTIGATION 



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UPE cillEj psynFf scene 

^l'E?:;?EVs°^J?rss'E2"^rEr.:^ait^s«r?s^s"D,l^s t»u. 

3."5'*§iLtfl5Ms r?»;i/SE':oLoHaus cnoNfv jodoe 

JUDGE IS GulLTlr OP RiC HE Tf £» I'l G 

HUNT'S B;«3V4L OcCO'^HEN^cO 

OFFICIALS FIGHT IMAGE OF CULCT« , „ 

EPH STEN CONFIB-S GREEN UM&ER INVESTIGATION 

JUOGE HUNT SAYS SESIGNATiriN S?NT 

GRAND JURT SCHcOULED TO MEET 

Two PLEAD GUILTY IN VEHICLE CASc 

JURY sSbPOENAS VOTING RECORDS FRjH COLUMaUS 

2 5fn INOICTEO IN COLCOR PROB: ARE ScNTENCEO 

aOLTON ELECTION P^JCBE COMPLETE, RESULTS HIThhELO 

CJLU"BUS COUNTY 50ASri OF EDUCATION 
SCHOOL SUIT SETTLEMENT URGED 

COLUMBUS CDU'TY ShEkIFF'S OFFICE 
DEPUTY PLEADS GUILTY 

111 Itsn o"seAS?l*IsEE also nam-'s of specific diseases) 

rOMAS USED IN fii'AIN INJURY CASES 

iNjiREo boy's christAas tpef has '^EEN up all YEAK 
'^"'"\lK}^?'?LAiiri'; BE MORE DEFINITE SOON 

""' st^toi? j^iN:'55s?72Lir^op^}r''r.p^;??s^ir?E?!rsiSits'BE few. 

PLOT TOO PR'=0ICTARlE in "^ C TI"£' 

"-' ?!i?S.G3VNG"?ELAnhN?^IPS. COMEDY SPICE THE.. F» 
NFIL SI"ON PLAY SUFFERS FROM AN IDcNTITY CRISIS 

'"' '^g^f^^T^fDErFSLLs'sHORT IN nL:i-TIMtY .COHEOY. 

STSAY pip STEaCS SMO- AND MEAJTS OF •ERRuPS" CAST 

COMETS lASTRONOMYI 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 

CaTCh a COMET AT PLANETARIUM ^, . 
SPACE TRAVELER TO MAKE SCENE TVFK wFEKt'^U 
IN THE spotlight: THIS -EEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

'"""bURUNGTCiN, i,S£ENSBORa TO GET ECONOMY -COMhORT INNS" MOTELS 

CGMic Bonus .,,, 

SEE ALSO CAOfOONISrS 
COMIC bOO« S^AP 

"■""see also CARTOONISTS 

MuTT A.O JEFF STRIP ENDS 
MUIT AND JEFF C-IMIC TO END 
ShaZam; COMICS FANS TRADE hERIES 



COMMAND P05I UPc"ATION PROCEDURE , «,.,-„. 

SfE ALSO ChAPFl hUL public SAF'TY PRIGBA 



SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C. 

PLAN HELPS PSnS KEEP CALM 

"-"'^f.iS^MEi^l's UlJi^E'Soi'/SsT AIR SERVICE 

COMMERCIAL AIR SERVICE iNvoLvro IN lcCal suns 

COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO f IShING 

"|T*ATE"i,lvEs"ANS-fcR TO FISHERMAN'S SUIT 

STATE BANS Shellfish harvesting 

ShEllFISh dAN MAY be EASEO , , ^„ 

SOME N.C. SHELLFISH BEOS TO BE REOPENED 
aSSoEN OF PROOF CHANGED IN ORAM SHOP PROPOSAL 

MORE Shellfish beds closed 

SHELLFISH dAN TC 8E lifted ,,^,.„ 

n"?c': ?Il5sfAVEi'SHE\*LFl?H?^G'i«^fN SOME COASTAL AREAS 

FISHING PLAN REVISIONS ARE SOIGhT 

n.c. state's fish tale 

value of commercial harvest ip 

S°c":'m^;;^rm^S"5r"e"S'usy"S2ilT Brecon inlcT clear 

commission on correctional programs 
see criminal justice system 

COMMISSION aN EDUCATION FOB f COS"?' ^ , ^J'^"'" 

TrjRsrs5RS2riiii°?ic°?E!°^8t^i?:;cAT,oN study group 

JOBS HELD TIED TO SCHOOLS _ ,, ..^,, 

GOVERNOR SHEDS STICKY PROBlFM -ITh PANEL 
PANEL HEARS EDUCATION PROPOSALS 
STATE EDUCATORS HEAR PROPOSAL-, 

COMMISSION 0J,5"|,|^f^?,S?f ^ND-HANPO-ER MUST BE ENSURED FOR GROWTH IN N.C. 
COMMISSION ON FUTURE HIT _ _ , -.... 
HUNT SAYS REPORT OFFERS MAP Tl foTURc 
HUNT GETS 'ROADMAP' FOR FUIUR= OF STATE 

«oR«, GOALS OF Thousands 

mir.^. SirS^ilU??Elr^E!;:Ll?%'EDUCE OTHERS IN N.C. 



COMMITMENI HEARINGS 

SEE ALSO COMPEtENC 

SEE ALSO INVJLUNTA 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HE 

INVOLUNTARY COMM 

INGRAM WANTS REV 

EDUCATION OFFICl 

BILL WOULD -FILL 

HOUSE VOTES TO S 

AUTO DEALERS OEF 

N.C. CAR DEALERS 

The man whj MAS 

WIFE'S MENTAL IL 

BILLS AIM n SLO 

COMPBOMISE APPCA 
HEALTH LAW REVIS 
MfNTAL CARt LA 



Y HEARINGS 

RY COMMITMENT 

ALTH HOSPITAL' 

ITMFNT CHANGES ARE DISCUSSED 

ISIONS TO 'PRIHIBIT PRICE FUING' 

1l PROMISES COOPERATION 

GAP' IN N.C. COMMITMENT LAW 
TUOY MOVING OFFICES 
END PRESENT CIEOIT INSURANCE 

oppuse nEw Franchise bill 

LNESS GOES UNTREATED 

M 'REVOLVING lOOR' , , 

as NEAR ON ANTI-OUl ROADBLJCHS 

IONS PASS SEN' TF 

MAY NOT GET oe SI<ED EFFECT 



DATE C 

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1/29/R3 A 
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2/01/83 h 
2/02/B3 A 
2/03/83 A 
2/0fl/R3 A 
2/01/fl3 C 
2/l'>/e3 a 
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H 2 l/2"/n3 U RPR W66 

S 2 2/33/83 D 12 R R "('l 

H 2 './01/R3 D 16 U H<.S 

S 2 <./07/83 a 1 R AIS 



M 2 2/2''/83 D 7 P U W66 
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H 2 S/lO/83 A 1 N 
H 2 6/10/83 A 1 N 
H 2 6/1D/S3 6 P N 



H 1 10/13/83 C 1 N 
S 2 10/06/83 3 T N 



S 2 6/2A/n3 L 
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H 2 9/03/93 A 10 N 
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2/2'i/83 
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OSOUP FIGHTS OATt REOUESr 
COBMOOIIr CREOri CHRP. 

TOBJCCD PROGRAM IS 'RESCUEO' 

COMMOOIIV frtiuO 
SEE ilSO FRAuO 

PROGRAM SET UP TO CnHSAT C0HM30IIY FRAUfl 
COM«nN CAUSE 

C^?-TG^'^3.^.Wi^GR^SS^S-jRE-?.^F?fc'?^?„ „. .OB.Msr 
COMMUNICATION 

^^co=t>^ PU3LIC SPEAKING 

c'ss£&s,c';?^E^^?i^,^js^°siFig?-"^'^^"°''^ 8' -°«E- 

COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS D I u I s r nn 

2I^;°E^?i'5SRVlEigrs"^^ ^°'^'"^ ^" '«'-^^^ p.- 

COMMUNICATIONS bORKEBS of AMFRlfA 

m itfg 3svj:;f:^,?^^ ^^^"^"°^- co. 

:fI,^I"fsr^Ic^TT^^rf"^"-""-- 
H p?iKHri^is'^i?s^T-p:;?i^c^"°'"- 

N.C. TELEPHONE worker'! RE^pSS'ti'ng" BACK TO JONS 
COMMUNISM 

JlSTArE'cAsfRo'"^ *""'" "'N f'tlHTING COMMUNISM 

Hf^^asj?:s^s-""*-^-o^3^oN 

AN URGENCY ABOUT SOVIET flFA^nyr^Jr 
SIVIET UNION sSnuLO NOT 3e oS' ' i:j§otL 
COMMUNIST nOPkERS PARTY 

GR'slNSaSK*!;'- V" M?'?lY*SSfT„"[;f^nrFS"^'^'^^"'< 

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ANOThIR KLAN-N ''I-ANSMFN, NA/IS going TO COURT AGAIN 

Ny5E^5c?i5'•^^:^gcE^',^^^^ESl^T^"^" fjcF c„a„ges 

JuSct'lSlflJI'-^'lED ON SSSo " CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

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His ^'E',^^iNc'^s°j^'j^g.s3 rj""' -^' "- 

JUDGE TIGHTFNS RULES ON PRESS 
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'"BP'CING 'Sham- justice h 

Cap MOTIONS ARE SET t 

TRIAL DATE SET IN Cup LAuSulr i 

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"•'?P'I:ig'5ESESW1^3?L'[f:SuS,:?Y"'""^'' SCHOOLS 
SEc ALSO TRAINING SCHOOLS 

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111 'ill .['""EPrf SF'b'a-^.mirr cjllEGES and techmcal institutes 

III JlSO SiGiONAL EDljCATinNAL T:i»|.><INC CENTERS 
'EE ALS3 TECHNICAL IN5TITUTFS ,„„ ^„„ „ 

FINI^INu IlAKE SUCCESSOR Nn EASY TASK ^OP GROUP 

SCOTT TO SEEK CCIMMUSITV COLLEGE POST 

FORCER GOV. SCOTT <ANTS COHMONITY COLLEGES POST 

SCOTT NOT 3EST CkOICE 

|S?JJvlL^Sk'IJoJ?"T^'Hna°?^i-UNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

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SCOTT REFOCUSES ATTENTION OH P ROBLE-" OF I LL I IEk AC Y 

COM-UNITy CriLLECES HONOR SANFORDt t, aTHFRS 

N. C. Coi-UNITY COLLEGES -ERIT CONTINUEO SUPPOST 

GOVERNMENT APPEALS HESEGREGA TI ON OROER 

if^Tl-Sp'cML ?eSiSlItiS2'?0 SPAR. INCPr.SE IN APPROPRIATION REQUESTS 

SCGTT'siYS COLLEGES CAN-T UNITE TO REQUEST MONEY 

jYNN »iPS ccmSCnity college F=£0ER ROLE 

The TECHNICAL INSTITUTE ISN'T A JUNIOR CULLEGF 

nii;IllRF>lNG TRENDS* SEEN IN QT I ENROLLMENT FIGuRtS , ,. , 

SCOTt"55g?S JoM-SNITrcOLiEGEj TO COOPERATE FOR IMPROVEMENT 
MUNT PRAISES COMMUNITY COLLEG- HIGH-TECH ROLE 



liOABOS 0= TRUSTrES 

,.^. „ „. COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

CuMMuNItY COLLEGES TO InIkEaSE TUITION 



COMMUNITY COLLEG'^ SYSTEM, 
SEE ALSO N.C. oOARO OF 



COMMUNITY CilLLEoE SYSTEM, luDGEI 

OTI PROGRAMS FEEL FINANCIAL S^uEcZE 




'^AlT.rc'ilUrnl,":ll^''lU -.CHOOLS GET -ORE-SCOTT 

""'"SiijR^s^t^i^Grsi^-f ^^?ii^^h;v cnuRSE-PHK 

COMMUNITY COLLFGF SYSTEM, OESEGkEGJ T ION „,.,.„,,,,,,„ 
SEE ALSO luRHAM TECHNICAL INSTITjIc. OE SEGR E.,A I luN 
5FE ALSO UNIV. HF N.C, DE SFG-< t". AT 1 ON 
"C-M-UMTY cVlEGES l^T OESEr.R'GAIION OROl R 



INCREASE OESEGREGAlToN. COMMUNITY COLLEGES TULO 
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oil PROGRAM AIL KIGHI, -AY LO^E FUNOS ANYWAY 

COM-UNIIY Cr^LLEGES ^u!<MlT PLA-i 
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COMMUNITY OEVELJPMENI 



SEE GUMiJSJ'ciW SCMQULS, CO-MUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM 

ipl ^llHHAM COMMUNITY HEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

SEE DuShI- county SCmOULS. CO-MJNirY EOUCAflON PROGRAM 

seI federal community development funis 

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SEE aCso federal community oevEOPME.NT funds 

SEE ALSO URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTHN GRANTS 



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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT HT^^.i' 
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^^cit"faces"'no''pen«ltTover"e6'^emont funds 
Old mill Out of hu0"S may 

CITY TO HELP -OMAN RELOCATE aCJEk tlLAJE 

BROmN DEFEnOS RECORO of HOUSING RFHAdlLITATION 

EAST ENr PROJFCT AMAITS EOGEMINT ._^^,, 

I'it-.t: J^O ?JJ\^?S.'oSJ^5N^S"ool7l^^^rl?J|RAL FUNDS 

SiJ;;AM';?L!^N3? lh%Vi°. SS^^E-NATION PO-ER THIS YEAR 
CITY EYES PLANS TO SPfNO FuNDj 
BOB DAVENPORT IS NA-EO TO COlnCIl '.»,C»JJ„5EAI 
OEvELOPFR: -ILL PROJECT CAN STILL SUCCEED , „ „ ^,,, 
CITY URGED TO SEEK FUNDS FOR V REDEVELOPMENT PKOjECTS 

?"oi£c'K':;i::^! ijr.r^es js^rI^s? iVr; budget 

'^,r.'.[i n'.^Whrillu'^it'i S^^i JFTAILS UN HAYTI LOANS 

PANEL DELAYS ACTION ON FoNO FIR HAYTI FIRMS 

tl.78 MILLION GRANT OK ■ C FOR DURHAM 

FO^a DURHAM NEIGHPORBOOnS TO "E I"P"OVEO 

OFFICIALS TRY TO CUT FUNOS FO' EJCEMONI 

'^'•""s^^^?^sEtfH''5?JE?l;i^^^?6^?'l:"?N''"?TIT^E5ANT 

S".^?rro{;"N?rloSSS''lLrO^;fllf,ONEY FOR GRANT CONSULTANT 
APPLICANTS FOR IlOCK GRANTS S: EK til'' MILLION 
EXEMPTION oiLL FILED F0» PERS1N 
S4e MILLION IN GRANTS ANNOUNCF 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Fu'lOS „„_.,, ,,,^„, 
SEE FEDERAL COMMUNITY CEVFLOPMENT FUNDS 

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COMMUNITY EOUCAITON FAIR SET =38 SATURDAY 
TAAlOERMISr TO DISPLAY CRAfT 

COMMUNITY FOOD 3Ar,« OF N.C. 

"^GiIla'tSS? Itci.h APPROVE GL-.NING 8ILL 

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SEE ALSO VICTIM RfSTllOriON PLA>j 
VOLUNTEERS VALU43LE TO LIBRARV 

OFFENDERS ^HRK, WIPE OUT PFrninc 

p-1 VIOLATORS MA? DO C OMMUNI TV ^F R >, , r r 

NE. DRUNKEN DRIVING Lil;FycESOBi?ACLES 

""s^rA^sa^gRM^K^rssi^fss"'" '*^«-«e ^°--'^> 

ORUNK-DRIVER PROGRAM DIRECTOR ON JO'i 
COMMUNITY WATCH PROGRAH 

SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 

S^f„*LSO NEIGHtaORHGOO hATCH Pfln-fiay 

Mi'f; sifc^" iii^R^ p' ""'^ " --■"^^ 

COMMUNITY HELP SAID NFEPEO TO FIGHT CRIME 

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COMMUTING 

dUM RAP FOR MOTORCYCLISTS 

COMPARATIVE Fault claims: <;v<;tcu 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N.C^ 

PA;:?L^i;^^^rp^5Fnj°i;ij^cg;^««'TivE fault r^l 

COMPASSIONATE FRICHOS 

Iff it\°o ESl^?""- «""5 

G%^^S?''SF°^?RS°5^D-E^RSyiigf;;C^ fS^F'RE'Jy^'K Ji?|.fS« -"-^^ mother 
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^fI ;|-tS "ul"^"'- hfIlTh HOSPITAL' 

«f IM^r'^H"!;'-' RfTAROEn 
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SILL WOULO ALLOW SALES OF DOG-: fJJ RESEARCH 

COMPETENCY TFSTS 

5tt SCHOOLS. N.C., COMPETENCY T^STS 
COMPOSERS 

III 5t^3 m3!^^^JKs"^''" °^ COMPOSERS. 



AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS 



KLAUSMEYER TO HfAR KLAUSMEYER THIS SUNUAY 
COMPR|„E,s,VF EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 

A^t g Im%\^o";mIn\'; ,^ i; 

If it^S :^S'?,'i,S?:;r"'' ""6.0PMENT FUNGS 
itt ALSO JOB rRAINfMG PAOT htP 0<.^i o , /- t 

coNvtcrroNs of hobby, lfviuphfi '^'^^ 

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?E'?r: p2»'T"^il^«^^^,,^^*"r 0*= ^e.RCH FOR SUMMER JOBS 
ROBESON OFFICIAL IS INDICTED 
;feaT?flN^gR'g?O^E"^''^'"""'^ »' ^ CETA OFFICIALS 

Hs??l^i[^^^f-'"oS?AS--^ 

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'"„OHE"Tj?»r!"KHLfD NOT V lOL AJ ING N .C . LA« 
SCHOOL AITE-lOANCe LAU CHALLEN'E DENIED 

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COUPLE'S CHILDREN MUST AITtNO SChOCIL, Cnu»t SArS 
iOvERNHENT SHOULD NOT SCAR ACADEMIC SUCCESS 

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CU^PUIER^CHIP^^ AI-ING FOR COMPUTED THAT HELPS DESIGN COMPUTERS 

CUHPU.ER ERRORS^. LETTERS CO TO DEAD PEOPLE 

FOLKS AROunn HERE: WITH THE Hi TECH SET 
CUHPUTER EXCHANGE STORE ^^, 

[AM lll\\>V^fi'T»l''\\ll^lH^ -OOKED SO HOT. THE CO. CHANGED DIRECTIONS 

""^^e'^lsS'f^CIRONIL FUNDS TRANS=eR 
SEE ALSO FRAUO 

COMPUTERS ENTfR LIFE 



TfFNcSARGlnwITS TAPPING INTO CO-PUTER 
EThKaC 5sl OF CQMPUIERS SAID NECESSARY IN 
COLLEGES GUARD AGAINST ABUSE OF COMPUTERS 



OF COMPUTtR SCIENCE 



CQMPUTER^LITERACY^^^^ LITERACY7 
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\\\ itL" Still T.\v. ^?src";rcj^?i«. COMPUTERS 

III ttir. rRrM'c';T'Y-Sc'H°o"nE'^r2o«PUTE« PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C.. CIMPUIERS 

sll ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, COMPUTtRS 

SEE ALSO MICROCOMPUTERS 

III ItiS '^r.\\\\rX'll^... COMPUTERS 

\\\ ;tis "u'.i: 'sc":;s^^^SF^??r^^c^rv "s-^-^'^-^' "-"'"^ 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, COMPUTERS 

\n i\.\Z ItlllT.'A^nl^tWl INFORMATION 

III ItIS °S?S3Sh. N.C. COMPUTERS 

SFE ALSO 'CHOOLS, U.S., COMPUTE'S 

III Itla fELECJMiuNICAT IONS SYSTEMS 

SFE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL Hi LL DEPT, 

SEE ALSO USED COMPUTERS 

III ttlS VJi'Z^°.h'lVd.\\\T'^%] Mr2Ir'u?V?" '" '""'""" '""'" 

COMPUTERS SPARK DEBATE AMONG -.UlLFORO FACULTY 
COMPUTER REVOLUTION MOVES IN AT DUKE 
YOUNG INMATES USING COMPUTERS 

^SSptifrpSciEN'Tiifs PLAN WORKSHOP IN RTP 

lt>\lV^,t°l'l,r,r.\'iVi-i\ Ma^ RAPIDLY EXPANDS 

bpih's^''s:5°i«?i^o^g?ii!iii'':2^Acn?r 

SSc'sirT^M^MisT meIt COMPUTER AGE DEMANDS 
COMPUTER PrtObl A . ^ ,.^ 

iTiTE'HjS'st'coSMflTErENOORSES^INERIFS bILL 
Ncl -A? GET FEDERAL MONEY FO) SCIENCE AND MATH 
> DuN'T ARGuF WITH OUR COMPUTtR 

i?f;Assj^or^oS"rorA;^?oS^si II I ZED HOUSING, 

'cOmpHIIS INFUbSItION SHARPENS HE AR T -P A T I E NT CARE 

i?HSm|"GEf "w'-illIon for :umputfr research 

RKKOVER: b^ cSuTIohs IN USE OF COMPUTEBS 

a rKflVFB URGES CAUTION IN USE OF COMPUTERS 

HOTE? IN RALEIGH His COMPUTER TERMINALS IN ROOMS 

DON'T LET COMPUTERS REPLACE KNOWLEDGE 

MUSEUM TO GET COMPUTER EXHIBIT 

Se3''cOm?uTE°r"pROG«"SS"!5aNCED BY FUND-RAISER 

tll?T^^»^lV^T^ ';i';^{i2?E?°20JLTS MORE THAN CHILDREN 
DISCOVERY CoGlU LEAD TO AOVANtEO COMPUTERS 
•WISE" MOLECULE AMAZING 
GRANT AIDS COMPUTER RESEARCH 

'cS^?a;rRS^3i^"R5Sfl?^?Vtl°ArTlHERS OF READING 
COMPUTERS PROVE hORTH iri FIGHTING ILLITERACY 
COMPUTERS HIT POLITICAL TBAIL'. 
COMPUTER INTEGRATION IS ADVOCATEJ ,.,,„., 
COMPUTERS NOT BE-ALL. END-OFF OF FDUCAIION 



S I T 

NT c L Y 

p n DATE C PG L P 'lYL 

HjU/n/liA SON 

H 2 3/n/fl3 A 1 n F '(10 



1/26/0) 
T/l'i/nJ 
7/U/R3 
0/01/R3 
12/06/n3 
12/10/13 



6/25/B3 

7/lfl/13 

a/05/B3 

12/31/S3 



F CD'S 
N C05 

N ca5 

N COS 



H 2 6/23/H3 B S F B30 



? 9/15/83 11 1 
2 11/16/83 B 1 



Z 12/0'./ei C If' F 

2 12/0<./B3 D 10 P F CI 



S 
H 
S 

s 


2 

2 
2 
2 


2/12/R3 A 

3/11/83 A 

10/20/B3 A 

12/21/03 C 


3 

6 

1 

IS 


H 


2 


12/10/B3 C 


5 


H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 

2 
2 
-J 

? 

3 
2 


2/03/n3 A 
2/06/83 C 
2/26/83 C 
3/22/83 A 
5/OB/B3 C 
6/01/83 B 
7/23/fl3 C 
12/18/83 


1 a 

3 

6 
1 
A 
1 
1 
10 



F H90 

N L'f 1 



H 




S 




H 




S 




S 




H 




H 




H 




S 




S 




s 




H 




H 




H 




H 




H 




H 




^ 




S 




H 




H 




H 




H 




H 




H 




H 




H 




S 




H 




H 




H 




S 




H 




H 




H 




H 




H 




S 




H 




S 




H 




s 




H 




s 




5 





1/02/B3 
1/13/83 
1/16/83 
1/18/93 
2/0<./83 
2/12/B3 
2/12/83 
2/12/83 
2/12/93 
2/12/83 
2/16/83 
2/27/83 
3/06/83 
3/10/83 

3/12/83 A 

3/13/83 D 

3/17/83 A 

(./Ol/BS A 

<,/01/83 P 

-./U/B) A 

',/lS/83 C 

<./22/B3 P 

5/02/83 A 

6/0B/8) C 

6/23/83 B 

6/26/B3 A 

6/30/B3 fl 

7/12/83 A 

7/13/83 A 

7/l'./B3 C 

7/1S/83 A 

7/16/83 A 

7/17/83 C 

7/27/B3 B 

8/02/B3 B 

6/03/83 A 

8/09/83 B 

8/10/83 A 

"J/Oi/BS C 

<)/08/a3 A 

<)/22/B3 A 

')/26/B3 A 

9/29/83 C 

10/01/83 A 

10/15/83 A 



A 




N 




r 




N 


HJU 


n 




N 








N 


M?-l 


A 




N 


M^3 


A 




1- 




n 


1 n F 


HJO 





10 


H 





830 
B30 





N Ji6 




N 


1 p 


N 


1 p 


N 


fr p 


F 




N 




F 




N 




^J 




N 




E 




N 




N C05 




E 



I 



"Thly/annual 



INDEX 
U/31/83 



tp'Ji^^n^r.ti'ti^'ir^ui'oi^ necss^v .^ teaching 



FOR EXPeRIMENrS 



COHPuTtR PURCHASE DElavEO 
HOSPITAL HANTS COMPUTER 
COMPUTERS HELP CREATE -NATURE 
COMPUTER GEAR STOLEN AT UNC 
^?yi'^r = i" '5 STOLEN EROM UNC ". YM 
PEOPLE STAMPEOE TO BUY COMPUT=RS 
'.-M PLANS COMPUTER CAMP 
MAO COMPUTERS? NO HAY 
""Py/ERS fIGHTING GLAUCUMA 
CEkEAL COUPONS TO AID MUSEUM 
COMPUTERS LINK STUDENTS 

CON ARTISTS 

SEE FLIMFLAM SCHEMES 

"''tlE"~^SKSlM^'^c'i5^T5°?HE'SfFF^;i'^|?h?%iy5Vf?s""^'^ 

CONCERNED UNITED aiRTHPARENTS 
SEE ALSO ADOPTION 

OOLLS NOT ANTI-ADOPTION 

CONCERT DANCERS OF RALEIGH 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
CONCERTS, IN THE PARK (DURHAM, N.C.I 

«sJ"^K^G%°Iii""'^ '"'' ""'5 HIGHLIGHTS 




CONCRETE 

AN ALL-AMEkICAN CONCRETE MIXE* 

CDNOEMNA TION 

SEE ALSO EASEMENTS 

SEE ALSO EMINENT DOMAIN 



'^I'linLr^i'V.'^'l.'nk'r^.'^,.',]'''" CONDEMNATION 

f!t.8'';;i°?uMX'?Ai°"' "'" -°'-'>E«'"noN 

PROPERTY OWNERS DUE FAIR PRICE FROM CITY 



OV«"%",f«EPARES SUITS TO CONDEMN LAND fJr CENTER 
n.',Ii.£'t^?,5".'T5.'^9-r"E LAND FOR CENTER 




CONDEMNATION POWER OK ' D 

IT^illr, i'l'c!":!WiSSA2^°""' -UHORAWN 



CI Tr TO CONDEMN LANO 

°cp\tin ;ssj^}? ',r,,'rr>i\ ^iS"j„o.ECT 
s^sTAjcn^^ij^srs^'^ '^""-^ SE°?i^?8fi^&i land 




COfy DOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSn APARTMfNTS 



ill A'tIS ^gt?^,lG?'til.'^'""° '°'°' 




?itR?S*?guS^T"^f5E'3o^"?E"^"^"^"' 

? ^r5ro;s^°^u2f:;i^°^je^L'o?i;rN5 ?l'up '^ -^• 

^R?3g?s"ir7Hl'^5^L l!^^f^"^"'- ■^"^"» COLLEGES 




TRl ANGLE 



IS MIXED BAG 



fntTLt? "^J"" ""S CONOOMINIUI' 

I'^'otl ir. frffljjfo"" "'""■'" ''"'^^'O^ ■" SUITS. LIENS 
r'iiy?H)L'^l'-°^"*''' REJECTED 

?^E'^5D^'^rc^u'r?G^' franchise 

pESeeC^pS' V'IJE PLANNERS' EFFORTS 

PROFESSOR UIVES WARNING AflOUT BUILDING ON COAST 



PACE KT 
l/lT/8*, 



lO/JD/83 
U/U/n3 
1 l/lS/nj _ 
U/2<./83 B i: 



s 

E 

C PG 

I 
1 
1 



11/27/83 
I 1/30/83 
1 1/30/83 



J 12/06/83 



12/14/83 
12/15/83 
12/22/83 
12/2<./i>3 
12/30/83 



5 2 12/03/83 A 4 



H 2 3/1 1/83 D 6 P N 



H ? <)/02/83 6 
S 2 12/20/83 B 7 



H 2 2/0<./83 A 3 


N 


H 2 3/03/83 A .' I 


N 


H 2 3/23/83 A IS 


N 


H 2 U/06/83 A 7 


F 


S 2 11/10/83 A 4 


E 


H 2 0/23/83 6 


N L4I 


S 2 l/in/83 C 1 


N K90 


H 2 1/11/83 a 1 


N S51 


H 2 1/22/83 A 1 


N 


H 2 1/26/83 A 1 


N 


S 2 2/02/83 A 1 


N K90 


H 2 2/12/83 A 4 


E 


H 2 2/13/83 D 4 


E 


S 2 2/21/83 A 1 


N K90 


S 2 2/25/83 A 1 


N K90 


H 2 2/26/83 A 1 


N X53 


H 2 3/01/83 A 1 


P N S51 


S 2 3/01/83 A 1 


N K90 


H 2 3/015/83 A 1 


N S5 1 


S 2 3/D5/B3 A 1 


N K90 


S 2 3/10/83 C 1 


N 946 


M 3 3/11/83 B 1 


N B46 


S 2 3/12/83 A 1 


N K90 


H 2 3/16/83 A 1 


N S5l 


S 2 3/28/83 C 1 


N K90 


H 3 <,/Ql/83 B I 


N 846 


H 3 4/12/B3 8 1 


N 846 


S 2 4/12/83 A 9 


N 


S 2 4/13/83 A 1 


N K90 


S 2 4/16/B3 A 1 


N K90 


H 2 4/16/B3 A 1 


N 046 


H 2 5/27/83 B 1 


N S82 


H 2 5/29/83 A 1 2 


N 


S 2 5/31/83 C 1 


N L 38 


H 2 10/14/83 B 1 


N 046 


S 2 10/14/83 A 1 


N 846 


H 2 10/26/83 B 1 


N H60 


S 2 10/26/R3 A 3 


N C60 


H 2 11/07/83 A 1 


N 881 


H 3 12/01/83 B 1 


N 846 


H 3 12/08/83 d 1 M 


N B46 


H 2 12/0'3/83 B 1 


N 


S 2 12/13/83 B 1 


N C60 


H 2 12/14/83 B 1 


N H60 


H 2 12/31/83 B 1 P 


F 1.30 



H 2 


1/23/83 D 


10 


P F L4 


H 2 


1/24/83 B 




N 


H 2 


2/08/83 A 




P N 


5 2 


2/09/83 A 




N 


H 2 


2/10/83 A 




N 


H 2 


2/12/83 A 




N 


H 2 


2/13/83 A 




N 


H 2 


2/14/83 A 




L 


H 2 


2/14/83 A 




N 


P ? 


2/22/83 A 




N 


S 2 


2/25/83 A 




N 


H 2 


2/26/83 C 




N 


H 2 


3/15/83 B 




N 


H 2 


3/20/83 




E 


H 2 


4/01/83 A 




N 


H 1 


4/06/83 A 




N 


S 2 


4/15/83 C 




N SQ3 


H 2 


4/17/83 A 




N 


H 2 


4/17/83 A 


2 1 


N 


H 2 


5/03/83 A 




N 88 1 


S 2 


5/03/83 B 




N M23 


H 2 


6/U5/83 C 




N 


S 2 


6/07/83 B 




N 


5 2 


6/08/83 A 




N K90 


H 2 


6/14/83 A 




N 


H 2 


6/16/83 A 




N 


H 2 


6/18/83 A 




N 


H 2 


6/19/83 C 




N 


H 2 


7/02/83 A 




N 


S 2 


7/19/83 A 




N K90 


H 2 


7/20/83 C 




N S51 


H 2 


8/02/83 A 




E 


H 2 


8/03/83 A 




L 


S 2 


8/04/03 A 


I P 


N COS 



p 



mqntmly/an 



1/01/B3 - W/31/fl3 



s u a J t 



SE USED FOR cnhOGHlNIUNS 



JE20MNC Qf CnRN«»LLlS «0«D JLLO-5 NtH ClJNOO CaNSTRUCTION 

SOuTmFaSI SFTIIL SALES 'IDOhIn:; r.^T- 

nOUlO-flE mOOE buyers uISE TT tHECK LAND FACTj 

FORHE" SALVATION AR1» BUIL0IN3 TO " ■■"" ="° 

iicf ay THE FAST TRACK 

CONTRDVERSIAL COhOO hELCO-ES FIRST TENANTS 

LANO BOUCMI FOR MOUSING 

NEIGnBORHOCD HOUSING BUYS LAN3 

'■"'"SEE^ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 
t STRANGE BREED 



CONE MILLS CDKP. 

COMPLEX TO "c BU 
RESIDENTIAL DEvE 
FIRM NEEDS MORE 
CONE MILLS FIGhT 
MANY taORKERS AT 

mEstern pacific 

TESTIMONY TO 5c 

ctne acts to ecT 

CONE MILLS OFFIC 
EMPLOYEE GROUP T 
CONE MILLS TO SM 
CONE MILLS IS CL 
TEXTILES TARGETS 
COUNTY VJMS to h 
COUNTY MILL TRY 
CONE MILLS SAYS 
ESC 10 OPEN HILL 
SPECIAL OFFICE T 
1 TEXTILE FIRMS 
jriB-FINCING aSSI 

They prepare for 
about 20d cone m 



ilt around mill 

lopmpnt is planned in greensboro 

ccn; mills st:ck to take control 

conf^"llS^cite°family attachment to company 
called hell heeled _ 

LIMITED IN come mills TAKcOVER 
CK takeover , , 

lAL resigns a'io sells STuCK 

BUY CONE MILLS STOCK 

UT down HlLLS-lORDUGH TEXTILE PLANT 

OSING 

FOR TAKEOVERS 
CLP .ORKERS ,,, 

TO AID CONE MILLS EMPLOYEES 
FINANCES READY FOR ACQUISITION 
SBORUUGM DFFI:e to aid cone WORKbRS 
HELP MURKER'. FIND NF» JOBS 

mfnt private Turing i^a^ 

STANCE IS TAX MONEY .»FLL SPENT 

Future: PROGiAM to -iElp fjse textile job loss hoes 
ILLS horkErs are In program 



CONfEUERATf INN II-9'il , , ,^^ 

DURHAM -AN Facing assauit chaigf 

HAN ChARGEO in ROPBEKY try 

Gunman ROBS ORANGE mqtel 
ROBBERY CmaRIF filed 



confederation of inoepenotni order'- 
see ku klux klan 

CunferfnCE of non-alIgneo nations 
see non-alignfd movement ^ 

CONFIOEnCc games , ,, 

SEE ALSO FLIMFLAM SCHEMES 
SEE ALSO FRAjn 

FORMER CON ARTIST NOm FRAUD FIGHTER 

CONFIDENT lALl lY 
SEE PRIVACY 

CONFLICT OF INTERESTS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CnoF 

SF'l AGENIS FINISH PROBE OF UK: 

uNC VICE Chancellor issues apt 

JOANGF OA REVIEhS probe about 
OA STUDYING SBI'S RI^PORT ON U'l 
DECISION In linoleum CASE TO 1 

UNC SUSPENDS VICE Chancellor 

unC vice chancellor SUSPENDED 
PUNISHMENT FITS CASE „„,,. 

SLOAN'S LINK TO MAYTI PROPOSAL 

sloan may leave la. firm if h 
tho colleagues say hayti votes 
sloan reportedly cautioned not 

mRANGLE over hayti HORRIES NAT 
RECOMMENDATION TO DEVELOPER 

SLOAN NOTIFIES Clerk of hQRk > 

SLOAN DEFINES OPTIGNSi NEH HE 
SLOAN TELLS DURHAM CITY CLERK 
CONFLICT FOUND IN SLOAN CASE 
SLOAN SAYS FIRM TO DROP CLIENT 
COUNCIL HAS auROEN OF AVOIOINT, 
EOMISTcN 90mS out OF GREEN 1 NV 
GREEN INVESTIGATION HANDED TO 
EDMISTEN'S MOVE TOO LATE 
COUNCIL CAN'T AGREE ON MESSAG- 
SLGAN LEAVES COUNCIL TO AID MS 
REACTION MIXED ON BAN OF HAYTI 
FIvE RESIGN POSTS AFTER AUDIT 
NASSIF SEES NO CONFLICT OF INl 
R;P0«TER IN PUBLIC OFFICE IS '- 
CENTER URGED TO REPAY STATE 
2 ON BOARD C3UL0 GAIN FROM ROJ 
LLOYD: 1-40 ROUTE NO FINANCIA, 
SBI PROPES ALLEGED PLAN FOR Kl 
N.C. UNIVERSITIES REvIEh faCi*. 
UNC POLICY ON CONSULTING TO Gt 
AVOID CCNFLICT CANDIDATE 
PARK RANGER IN CHARLOTTE RESIj 
ARE STATE OFFICES BEING USED T 



OF KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 



DEAN 
LOGY, tXPLANATION ON FLOORINu 
FLOOR ING 
C DEAN 
£ ANNOUNCED TODAY 

FOR MONTH 

DjESTIONFD 
TESFST CONFLICT RULED 
SOUGHT BY SLOAN 
TO TAKE MAYTI CONTRACT 
HHITE 

ith minn. firm 

Should Choose „,„ 

of involvement hith developer 



CONFLICTS 
cSTIGATION 
ThO OAS 



yti project 
center investment 

REPORT 

EREST IN PROJECT 

ONFLICT 

TE 

BENEFIT 
CKBACKS 

TY CONSULTING HORK 
T REVIEH 

SUbSlOIiE CAMPAIGNS? 



CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION , ,, ,. 

SEE DURHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 
SEE MEALS ON hhEELS 

CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 

SEE ALSO Elections, Durham county 

SEE ALSO Elections, n.c. „,,,,,,t 

SEE ALSO fourth congressional DISTRICT 

SEE also senatorial campaigns 

SEE ALSl U.S. CONGRfSS 

C'SLE EYES CONGRESSIONAL RACE „„,,, 

FHRMJR STiT^ SENATOR PLANS TO OPPOSE BRUT 

hEnogn SI III seeks recount „,„.., 

PANEL DELAYS ISSUING RULING ON RECOUNT 
VALENTINE PLANS TO SEEK RE-6L:CTI0N 

valentine plans to run ?n0 the 
michaux, spajloinG may run 
FE. house Challenges expected 
congrfssman facf feh Challenges 
johnston eyfs congressional bid 

LEE MIY RUN FOR "iTH DISTRICT SEAT 

johnsion^says me hon'T run fo) congress „,,,„,,, ..,, 

COMMITTEE FORMEO TO BACK SPAUlUINC IN ^^g DISTRICT RACE 
STATE GOP LEADER ENCOURAGED A^tOuf • 9<. CONGRESSIONAL RACES 

'.ES^!p'a3lS|n'g'Ia'c«?3'^EE«% f>/.OS fur CONGRESSIONAL RACE 
MICHAUX, SP'ULDING Eye races FOR CONGRESS. A.G. 



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1/17/84 


N c 




L 


Y 




P D DATE 




PG L 


P 


9YL 


S ! 3/04/83 




1 


N 


K90 


H ? 8/2I/S3 




10 


N 


L41 


S 2 a/22/R3 




4 


E 




H 2 9/17/83 




1 


N 




H 2 10/10/83 




9 


N 




S 2 10/20/83 




6 


N 




S 2 11/30/63 


C 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 12/01/83 


C 


7 


N 




H 2 4/12/83 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 6/02/83 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 6/05/83 


C 


13 


N 




H 2 11/07/83 


A 


10 


N 




M 2 11/08/83 


A 


8 


H 




H 2 11/0O/83 


C 


14 


H 




H 2 ll/0<)/e3 


C 


14 


N 




S 2 11/10/83 


c 


6 


H 




H 2 11/16/33 


A 


9 


N 




M 2 11/13/93 


c 


5 


N 




H 2 11/30/83 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 12/01/83 


A 


1 


N 


H36 


S 2 12/09/83 


A 


S 


N 




H 2 12/12/33 


A 


8 


N 




H 3 12/16/83 


B 


I 


N 




S 2 12/16/83 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 12/22/83 


c 


11 


N 




H 2 12/24/83 


A 


1 


N 


M90 


S 2 12/24/83 


A 


IS 


H 




H 2 12/29/83 


? 


4 


H 




S 2 12/29/83 


A 


4 


E 




M 2 12/30/85 


A 


1 P 


F 


H90 


S 2 12/30/83 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 1/28/83 


c 


1 


N 




H 3 1/29/83 


a 


t 


N 




S 2 9/28/83 


c 


I 


N 




S 2 10/1 1/83 


A 


3 


N 





H 1 4/01/83 D 1 



S ? 


1/D7/83 




1 N 


S 2 


1/08/83 




1 N l«,6 


S 2 


1/11/83 




1 N H46 


H 2 


1/12/83 




4 N 


H 2 


1/31/83 




1 N 


S 2 


1/31/83 




I N B46 


H 2 


2/01/33 




1 P N !346 


S 2 


2/03/83 




4 E 


H 2 


2/10/83 




1 N S51 


S 2 


2/10/83 




I N K90 


H 2 


2/11/83 




1 N S51 


S 2 


2/11/83 




1 N K90 


H 2 


2/12/83 




1 N S5l 


S 2 


2/12/83 




3 N 


H 2 


2/15/83 




1 N S5l 


S 2 


2/15/83 




4 E 


S 2 


2/15/83 




5 N 


H 2 


2/23/83 




I N S5I 


S 2 


2/23/83 




I N K90 


S 2 


2/24/33 




4 E 


S 2 


3/07/83 




1 P U 


H 2 


3/08/83 




4 N 


S 2 


3/09/»3 




4 E 


H 2 


3/29/83 




1 N S51 


H 2 


4/15/83 




1 P N S51 


S 2 


5/18/53 




1 N K90 


H 2 


5/19/83 




9 N 


S 2 


6/18/83 




6 N 


H 2 


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8/10/83 A 

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9/11/83 A 

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1/22/83 C 

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congsessiomal Club 

see national conoressional club 

SEE N.C. CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 
CONG0ESSI0^AL DISTRICTS 

III IMS fUU^f" CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

Br^l^'B^EJ^l^l^ ^^^2^1^ .0 AEEECT SOIT 

^'^i^^:s'jO„sFf?^:r?^l"l:ii:s;^:'^fKT,oNs 

?f'^^?yf^l'' 6LAC^?°FAfi'SiR "^E^^^' '=OUNO IN ASSEMBLY REOIST 

-M?;:E'?rBrK^Mu?iE"N'rs?i?js'^ilric"^?;N\"«^'" 

S^^I^?IT?f?Ng'^J?;ys.'y'v?;'- STRENGTH 

CONGRESSIONAL RECORD 

STOP PRINTING ■FAMILY SCRAPBOIK- 
CONGRESSIONAL VETO 

c%'<!lE^?s^'n^^AL'^iE^3^'^^^o^^,^«^^^^'i,,,, 

CONNEMARA ICAKL SANDHuRG'S ESTATE] 

SANOoURC'S HOUSE: IT lfin«! .< .c r r 

" '■"""^ *S IE T»f MRIIfK STILL LlVEO THtRt 
CONUn; HOdlLf HUME, INC. (II s 7n, 
CONNER HUHES-'eIrnInGS TRIPU 
CuNSfRVATInN 

SEE ENvIhONMENIAL PROTECTION 
SEE KILDLIFE CONSfdVAIinN ™ 

CONSfRVATInN COUNCIL OF N.C. 

^3u'ij?rs?^o^sn^^?p^k'F"?°5r -'- 

CONSERVATIVES 

III ^'■>2 eunoamentalists 
SEE ALSn L iberals 
SEE ALSO NEa BICmT 

«E*»F , F£^-oS?'*5''fSS10NAL CLU1 
Wt'Mt LEFT HICHr rnNFiicPn 

^ir:;Ei^i^'i:;-°:i?°^^fcr^?^,--- 

P"ESS SHOULD APPLY -ULTRA' EVFNhJnOEOLY 

CONSOLIDATED VENTURES COBP. 

It Hii'-M^r' DEVELOPMENT PLANNEl 

M^NpihS^NsV'^Si^SEi? \ll°l'll° "''' SOLD 
JTP rn GET offices; HOTEL ' 

MARKET. IS THE WORLD READY FOB YOU AND YOUR MBA-- 
CONSPIRACY 

TWO CONSPIRACY ChJSgEO FILED >■ ^^EL . . . THE CITY- 

CONSTRUCTION CONTROL SERVICE rORR 

SLO°A.nE"?rGN "?«'oJ°c3i2crL'"' "°-"" 



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12/03/83 B 
12/20/83 A 
12/21/83 A 
12/23/63 B 



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4/2<./B3 B 
6/26/133 D 
7/08/83 C 
T/26/83 A 
7/27/83 A 
7/28/83 B 
7/29/83 A 
7/30/83 A 
8/01/83 A 
8/02/83 A 
3/03/83 A 
B/0<./83 C 
5/23/83 A 
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?^JfiE?^r^-f,0O.fO?^NERSH,P^IN^CENTER 



CUNSTRUCTIPN ITiOOSTkY 

III 'l-l" JUILOING LONSTRUCriON 

itis sai^s?tf!? c'g5fr"°"° 
;LS\^;;?^.^r['.'y?^rRY 

Ih5VS0 WOMEN IN CnNSTflScTION 

^ ? c' " ''""'' °'"^ ""^^'^^ ^"""^ -- -- SURGE 
SF%"?aCR^-Y^^:i^SS?C^SS,NG^AuTC,,NSPeCr,ON^FEE^ 

CONSULTING FIRMS 



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4/29/83 A 


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5 


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7 


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4/09/83 A 


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>AGE ISO 



N.C. urjl vfRSI TIPS KFvItk Faculty cijnsulTINC uOhk 

CONSULTANT'S PRnORESS CRITICUEO 

UNC POLICY ON CONSULTING TO OFT rfEvlEH 

CONSUMER EnuCATinil 

SEE CONSUWER PROTECT ION 

C0N5U"FR PBICE INUEX 

SEE ALSO CCnNOMY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FOOD. COSTS 

SEE ALSO INFLATION. U.S. 

MARKET BASKET SHOWS FOOD PRICFS UP <.» 

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION 

^^FOAM^°NSULATl"nN:''HoiI^"o?SPUT;o GOVFRNMfNT BAN AFFECTED ONE DURHAM FIRM 

CONSUMER PROTECTION 

SEE ALSO AUTOMOTIVE CONSUMER ACTION PRUGRAMS 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSn N.C. CONSUMERS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO WARRANTIES 

CONSUMER SKEPTICISM 

CONSUMERS' DILEMMAS 

EnMISTEN SAYS GM SETTLEMENT IS INADEOUATE 

AUIO DEALERS TO OFFER CONSUME' PROGRAM 

CONSUMERS UNION 

aEEB AD 'MISLEADING' 

CONSUMPTION TAX 

SEE ALSO TAXES. U.S. 

CONSUMPTION Tax: UNANSWERED O.IESTIQNS 

CONTACT LENS 

SEE ALSO ARTIFICIAL LEhiS , ,^, 

EYE COLOR; RALEIGH FIRM MAKES TINTED SOFT CONTACTS 
OPTICIANS DISLIKE CONTACT LENS RULES 

CONTACT TELEMINISTRY ORGANIZATION „„,,,.„, 

SEE CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PR0GRAM1 

CONTACT wefK 

SEE CONTACT DURHAM, 



ISC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGKAMI 



CONTEMPT UF COURT CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURTS, u.';. , , 

U.S. ATTORNEY IS THHtATENEO WITH CONTEMPT 

JUDICIAL DISPUTE RESULTS IN CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS 

FEDERAL JUDGE MALTS CONTEMPT ACTION AGAINST U.S. ATTuRNEY 

CONTESTS ISEF ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES OF CDNTESTSl 

SFE ALSO COOKING CONTESTS ,„ „,, ,,.,c t, 

SEE ALSO PICK THE WINNERS (DURHAM SUN SPORTS CONTESTl 
STUDENTS TO TEST MATH ABILITY 
JEEP WINNER 

STUDENTS RAKE IN maTm HONORS „ ^ 

CROSSWOFO PUZZLE CONTEST PRIZ= GOES TO DUKE JUNIOR 
WHEN YOU SAY DURHAM, WHAT COMFS TO MIND? 
PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED 
MUSIC CI^NTEST 
PHOTO WINNERS LISTED 
CONTEST OPEN FOR TEEN-AGE SCRIPTS 

CONTINENTAL AIRLINES 

NO EFFECT SEEN ON ROU AIRLINE 

CONTINENTAL CAFE 

IBOO SAID MI SSING 

CONTINENTAL CLUB 

SEE OIIRMAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

CONTINUING EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO ADULT fOHCAIluN 

DURHAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTE COMTINUING EDUCATION WINTER 1<>83 

CONTRACEPTION 

SEE BIRTH CONTROL 

CONTBACEPTI VF SPONGES 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

NEW CONTRACEPTIVE WILL BE SOL") IN FALL 

CQNIHACTOHS 

SEE BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
SEE MINORITY CONTRACTORS 
SEE PAVING CONTRACTORS 

CONTROL DATA CORP. 

GROUP SEEKS LAB HOME 

CONVENIENCE CORNER (CHAPEL HILL R04JI 
MFN ROB STORE 
TWO MFN ROB STORE 
TWO ARRESTED IN R061ERY 
2 MEN CHARGED WITH ROBBFRY 

CONVFNIENCE FOOD MART (ANGIER AvE.l 

POLIC^ SAY HOLDUP SUSPECT FOU'JO HIDING UNOtfl LEAVES 
CONFUSION SURROUNDS MAN'S ARREST IN KOBPERY 
POLlCf ARREST 2 MORF MEN IN RIBBERY OF FOOD STORc 
TWO MEN ROD FOOD MART 

I Charged in holoup of stokf 

CONVENIENCE FOODS 

PROCESSED FOODS STILL HAVE NUIRITIQNal VALUE 

CONVENTIONS 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COVVENTIOH 
CONVENTION COMPETITION INCREASES 
WE'RE ON RIGHT TRACK ' 

COME HOME, LIGGETT 
NO OOOM IN THE INNS 
CIVIC CENTER WILL BRING LIGGETI oACK 

COOKBOOK S 

SFE ALSO FUOJ 

MOTHER WONOFRFUL IS A CHEESEC«KF FXPFRT 

EATING, PREPARING SHELLFISH MADE FASY WITH NEW flUOK 

MR. PClfATO man: COOKBOOK AUTHIR ADVOCATES USE UF OEHYDBAIED SPUDS 

MS. ULNEY RUNNER-UP 



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SUBJECTS 



?SV' ''i^iA 'tCIOES FkOM 04y5 COMc dV 
•H«RVf ST' PUGMISES AUUNOANT GlOO FATING 



anoK 

YS 



CGOKIES 

CIHL SCOUTS GEAR UP FOR ANNUA. COOKIE SALE 
COOKING 

NINA PMlLPjrr IS AT HOME IN Jit KITCuFfu 

He« COOKIES ABE PERFECT EVEBY TIME 

OLO-f ASHIONrO COOKING 

A FAMILY OF cooks: HOLIDAYS 8MNG THt KING FAMILY INTO THE KITCHEN 
COOKING CLUBS 

R0X6OR0 GOuRMFf CLU'1 HEFTS. ElTS MONTHLY 
COOKING CONTESTS 

CUOKING SCHOOLS 

ISMt"!"S'.' != !>"'''■ COOKING SCHOOL 
IPUTHERN COOKING SCHOOL SET 
SCrtOOl OATE IS StPI. J9 

\n?;rl'!iu'['',?,%l l^'ilT^l\['i?,1l'"' """"UN BLFNOS -ITH THF OEMANOS., 

5?V«'3^rMU^rRlSS-„L^^N^^VS^S^|SE'flSniF's"^0^^-S^HOOL 
COOPfRATIVE OCEANOGfi«PHIC PROGRAM 
SEE OUKF UNIV. MARINE LABORATORY 

COOPERATUfFS 

III 'c^'-ill '"''"^ 

i^Ri?':lPd? --^ai^ST-iiSES-^"- »-- 

SENmi)*FoSuM''?nrrJJ?i''^ "^^"5 AND UPPOR TuNI T I E S 

SENIOR CITUtNS GrZtEFuL 

Mn^Pr?F*)=I,",'^AK^ » 50UND IDEA 

HOSPICE GALA DOES 0RGANI2 AT In-) pwniin 

SEAVER IS NE. P«e5IDENli!'coog'!lK!?ySc COUNCIL 
COORS SEER 

SEE ALSO ABC STORES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
SEE ALSO BEER 

111 i[ro i°,},r" ""'■"' ""E"'^"^ "• 
COORS TO BE SOLO IN N.C. 
fSSS? ^t?t!^ '° DISTRIBUTE IN >I.C. 

COPPER MINES 

SLAYING PLEA BARGAIN REJECTED 
COPYRIGHT LAW 

SEE ALSO TRADEMARKS 

LAU UNCLEAR ON HOME TAPING 
PO-ER LINE ROUTE TO CHANCE 

COPYRIGHT VIOLATION 

RECORD COMPANIES FILE SUIT? 

Ia^ ulic';iA«'"E^ :SSr?Aj'?Kr"'°^'^° '"^ " "'"OS "" "eRE 

FHr'ArF^??*";." 'V COUNTERFEITING 

BgiTL*^!^JIcW Oo5fidSX'g^^ ^'^"' ""■P-'eNT 
r"ciI^gFS"C?V;"poSt? H? ^^ ""^ SCHOOL 

2fTLF^M^'Tf «^FyfS^El",^%^!Sri3I'Tr^ ^^'^'^ 
U.S. HISTORY SHOULD NOT si ALL OWE d'a COPYRIGHT 

"""SSSA^'sHSfU^^R^lgE*" 

Cn"SSi?^oS"siU*hoa3" '" """'"^ 

CORCORAN UPTOWN (DURHAM RtSTAURANTI 
TWO RESTAURANTS OPEN IN OURHAH 
CORDLESS TELEPHONES 

^'^Irttl? "''BILE TELEPHONES 

STATIC HAMPERS SJM£ CORDL f SS, = HON E S 
CORN 

SEE ALSO GRAIN 
CORN BANK 

N.C. MAY HAVE TO IMPORT rnakj 
CONTAMINATEO CORN IS FOUNO 

CORN. SOYBEAN PRICES EXPECTED TO INCREASE DURING THE MONTH 
CJHNFA TRANSPLANTS 

S£E ALSO ORGAN OONQHS 

SH^RE'c^'fiE'D^ J?F?^%^'?fG\y''°'* '''"'" "^'"^-S HEATH 

CORNWAILIS ROAD 

^OJ ^H^ ^Ht^S^JrSJcS^"^"^^''' "^*° 

£PRwlLfl?%&!ST^^^S gg^"5?!=fi"-S NEW CONOO CONSTRUCTION 
NEW ROAD SIGNS WELCOME IN DURHAM AND CARKBORO 



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DUKf SEMOR GETS CORJ FEULOMSHIP 
DUUE SENIOi* .ilN'; GRANT 

COROLLA* N.C. 

CHROLLA IS NOT ALLUHED TQ INC.TRPORATE 

STATE LA»S ON QPI'lERir MAY QE CHANGEO NEXT YEAR 

CORONARY BYPASS SURGERY 

SEE ALS1 ritART SURGERY 
PASSING PARADE 
A "ORAL DILEMMA 

CQRPnRATC CONSULTING ANO OEVFLOPMEMT CO., LTD. 
RALEIGH fIRH MOVES TO &OEEN LEVEL 

CORPORATE GUARII ANSliI P PROGRAM 

NE« STATE PROGRAM A COMFORT 

CORP. FOR COOPERATIVE PuSINESS 

«ORKER-O.NEO FIRMS WILL GET ME L P 
nE« firm .fILL AID BUSINESSES 
COMPANY GETS OFFICIAL APPROVAL 

CORP. FOR Public broadcasting 

SEE ALSO Public broadcasting service 

RTI PREPARING SCHOOL SURVEY 

RTI TO STUOY TV USE IN CLASSR30MS 

CQRRECTICN £^'TE^PRISES 

SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C. 

PRISON AGENCY PROFIT 13. S MILLION 
INMATES MAKE SOAP, PRINT STAT= TAX FORMS 
PRISON PROJECT wJPkS 

CORRECTIONS 

SEE CUKMAM MORNING HERALD, CORRECTIONS 
SEE DURHAM SUN, CORRECTIONS 

CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

JUDGE DELAYS SCHOOL CLOSURE DECISION 

CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS ^^, 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, EMPLOYEE ThEFT 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO kHlTE rOLLAk CRIMES 

N.C. FIRM CHARGED KlTH filO-RIGGING 

COR-OPTION IN GOVERNMENT „„E,„,.nON, "ABSCAM" !NV|ST|GATIQN 

SEE ALSO FEnERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, ■•COLCOR" INVESTIGATION 

ill ALSO FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, RObCOR 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 

SEE ALSO SPECIAL PROSECUTORS ,, ^„ ^ ,„.,c 

OFFICIALS SAY FEDERAL JURY PBIBING WILKES CRuG TRADE 
AGENTS Examine campaign recoris , ^ „„ ,, c-, 

RFCQRnS SAY JFNRETTE TARGET 0= ABSCAM AS FAVOR TO FBI 

FORMER FtJI AGENT TESTIFIES JUIGE POCkFTEU 11,000 

TAPE CALLED PAYOFF SCENE 

SFCOND VIOEOTAPF SmOmN AT TR1.\L OF JUDGE HUNT 

DEFENSE'S WITNESS DENIES alL£".atiONS IN JUOGE'S TRIAL 

OFFENSE RESTS IN JUDGE'S TRIAL 

JURY DELIBERATES IN TRIAL OF 'OLUMBUS COUNTY JUDGE 

JUDGE IS GUILTY OF RACKETEERING 

HUNT'S REMOVAL RECOMMENDED 

OFFICIALS FIGHT IMAGE OF COLCOR 

EOMISTEN CONFIR'fS GREEN UNDER INVESTIGATION 

MR. GREEN'S TROUBLE 

SPECIAL PROSECUTOR MAY HANDLE PROBE OF GREEN 

wiLKES ALLEGATIONS SAID UNDER STUDY 

JUDGE HUNT SAYS RESIGNATION SfNT 

cOMISIEN BOWS OUT OF GREEN INVESTIGATION 

GREEN INVESTIGATION MANnED TO TWO OAS 

HUNT'S SENTENCING PHSTPHNEO 

E^MISTEN PLAYS POLITICS 

SENATOR FACES EXTORTION COUNT 

STATE SENATOR SURRENDERS, DENIES CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

SENATOR DENIES FELONY CHARGES 

NO RIGHT TO BENEFITS 

PUBLIC OFFICIALS SET BAD EXAMPLE 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY MANAGER F I R" D 

N.C. COURT BARS FORMER JUDGE FROM BENCH 

ROBESON COUNTY OFFICIAL CHARGED 

ROOESON OFFICIAL IS INDICTED 

0. A. WANTS PURCHASING LAW 

2 MFN INDICTED IN COLCOR PROBf ARE SENTENCED ,„,-., 

HOSPITAL HAT ION OF WAKE DA STALLS INVESTIGATION OF GREEN 

GREEN GETTING Raw DEAL ,„ *.«. , 

WIINESSFS: BRUNSWICK SHERIFF 'ROTFCTED DRUG OPERATIONS 

PAPER REPORTS GRAND JURY TQ MF E T ON GREEN PROBE ,,^,.,,,^j 

JUDGE BAILEY SAYS GRAND JURY wILL LOOK AT GREEN ALLEGATIONS 

WIKE GRAND Jury to WEIGH GREE1 EVIDENCE TODAY 

GRAND JURY SS«S GREEN PROBE 

GREFN FACEi BRIBERY CHARGES ,„,, 

GREEN ACCUSEJ GF CONSPIRING r: TAKc BRIBES 

GREEN'S TROUBLE CDuLD AFFECT RQYALL'S FUTURE 

GREEN SUPPORTERS TO MEET 

INVESTIGATION COULD GET GREEN OFF HOOK 

nAKE OA says grand JU'Y CHOSE NOT TO HEAR GREEN 

GREEN WARY OF AGENT 

TRANSCRIPTS REVEAL GREE'l, AGElT TALKS 

TRANSCRIPT OF REPORTED GREEN TALKS WITH AGENT 

GREFN «ON'T COMMENT ON CONVERSATION EXCERPTS 

INtUIRY UROCREO IN TAPES' STO'Y 

TRANSCRIPT DARKENS OUTLOOK FOR GREEN 

ELECTION-LAW COMMENT SPELLS OOOM FOR GREEN 

GREEN TAPES ANGER LAWYERS 

GRAND JURY ON GREEN TO M£fT 

PULLEY UPSET IVFR WAY WAKE DA HANDLED PROBE 

JIMMY OREEN IS INDICTED: LT. ",0V. FACES 6 CHARGES 

SOME LEGISLATORS MAINTAIN THEIR SUPPORT FOR LT. GOV. 

R. C. SOLES IS INDICTED 

GREEN NOT RESUIRED TO RESIGN HIS PuST 

STATE SEN. SOLES INDICTED ON 'OUR fEDFRAL CHARGES 

GREEN SURRENDERS, THEN IS RELEASED WITHOUT BAIL 

PAPER SAYS GRAND JURY WON'T P'uBE TRANSCRIPT LEAK 

ChaNGFS BAULY needed FOP N.C. ELECTION LAWS 

JIMMY GREEN WITH CIGARETTES ANO LIGHTED FUSE IN mOuTh ( C AR TOON I 

SPECIAL U.S. GRAND JURY wiLL NOT INVESTIGATE HOW NEWSPAPER ... 

GREEN AND SOLES AMONG FEW N.C. POLITICIANS EVER CHARGED 

FBI OPERATIONS OUFSTIONFD 

FBI FOCUSES ON CORRUPTION 

PLEAS ARE ENTERED BY FORMER OFFICIAL 



S 2 <./0<l/R3 A iO 
H 2 "./Zl/BJ C 11 



H 1 1/01/93 I) I 
H 2 7/13/93 A 7 



S 2 10/29/93 4 ". 6 

H ? 10/31/83 A A E 



H 2 "./lA/eS A 20 
H ? 12/l'5/93 A A 



S 2 9/16/83 C 1 
H ? <)/17/83 e 1 
H 2 9/22/93 A e 



H 2 1/13/93 B 5 N 

S 2 1/25/93 CI N EOS 



H 2 9/19/93 l> 9 
S 2 9/21/93 C I 1 
S 2 9/29/83 » A 



5 2 10/06/93 C 1 1 



H 2 5/12/83 B 



H 7 


1/07/83 


B 




N 


H 2 


l/lA/a3 


A 




N 


H 2 


1/18/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


1/25/93 





1 A 


N 


H 2 


1/27/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


1/29/93 


A 




N 


H ? 


1/29/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


2/01/93 


B 




N 


H 2 


2/02/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


2/03/93 


A 




p N 


H 2 


2/09/93 


A 




N 


S 2 


2/09/93 


c 




N 


H 2 


2/19/93 







N 


H 2 


2/2A/93 


A 




F 


H 2 


2/25/93 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


3/02/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


3/05/93 


b 


16 


N 


S 2 


3/07/93 


A 




P N 


H 2 


3/09/93 


n 




N 


S 2 


3/11/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


3/15/93 


A 




L 


H 2 


3/16/93 


A 




P N 


S 2 


3/16/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


3/17/83 


A 




N 


S 2 


3/18/E3 


A 




E 


S 2 


3/25/93 


A 




L 


H 2 


5/03/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


5/04/93 


A 


I 1 


P N 


H 2 


5/05/93 


A 


I 3 


N 


H 2 


5/12/83 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


5/12/93 


3 




N 


H 2 


5/2<./93 


A 




N 


H 2 


5/28/83 


A 




N 


S 2 


6/01/93 


A 




E 


H 2 


6/J2/93 


D 




N 


H 2 


6/07/93 


fi 


lA 


N 


H 2 


6/08/93 


A 




H 


H 2 


6/1 3/93 


a 




N 


H 2 


6/1A/93 


A 




P N 


S 2 


6/l<./e3 


A 




P N 


H 2 


6/15/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


6/15/93 


B 




P N 046 


S 2 


6/15/93 


A 




'I 


H 2 


6/16/93 


A 




E 


H 2 


6/16/93 


B 




N 


S 2 


6/16/93 


A 




U 


H 2 


6/17/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


6/17/93 


c 




N 


S 2 


6/17/93 


A 




N 


H 2 


6/18/83 


A 




N 


H 2 


6/19/93 


A 




E 


S 2 


6/19/93 


A 




E 


H 2 


6/19/93 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


6/20/93 


b 




N 


S 2 


6/20/83 


A 




N T32 


M 2 


6/21/93 


A 




9 N 


H 2 


4/2l/°3 


A 




N 


5 2 


6/21/83 


A 




N 


S 2 


6/21/93 


A 




N T32 


H 2 


6/22/93 


A 




P N 


H 2 


6/22/93 


A 




P N 


S 2 


6/22/93 


A 




N 


S 2 


6/22/83 


A 




E 


M 2 


6/23/93 


A 




T T R56 


H 2 


6/23/93 


c 




N 


S 2 


6/23/93 


11 




N 


H 2 


6/27/83 


A 




L 


H 2 


6/27/83 


A 


I ? 


N 


H 2 


6/29/93 


A 


1 1 


N 



MONTHLY/AN "I UAL 



INDEX 
12/31/83 



s u e J e c T s 



C PG L P 3YL 



SEN. SOLES PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHARGES 
JURY INCICrS 12 IN VOTE PROBE 
NINE PLEAD NOT GUILTY IN VOTE FRAUD 
STATE LAWS 3N BRIBERY MAY BE THANGEO NEXT YEAR 
ATTORNEYS FOR GREEN GIVEN TAP^S 
ATTORNEYS FOR GREEN GIVEN TAP'S 
TRIAL OF SOLES TO 6FG1N TODAY 
JURORS ARE SELECTED IN TRIAL IF SEN. SULfcS 
SOLES TRIAL DELAYED 

SOLES TRIAL POSTPONED UNTIL F-IIDAY 
SOLES TRIAL TO RESUME AFTER DELAY 

JURY HEARS ON TAPE THAT SOLES TRIED TO PAY FOR GOLD BRACELET 
FBI AGENT TESTIFIES IN SOLES TRIAL 
11 INDICTED IN ROBESON COUNTY CETA PROEF 
AGENTS WERE TOLD SOLES' APPROVAL NEEDED ON VOTE 
AGENTS SAYS SOLES WANTED HIS "OLITICAL ALLIES AIDED 
AGENT SAYS WILLIAMSON SUGGESTED 3RACELET FOR SOLES 
AGENT CONTINUES TESTIMONY IN TRIAL OF STATE SENATOR 
TAPES IN SOLES TRIAL REVEAL SMALL-TOWN L I FE i CONCERNS 
GOP LIKELY TO EXPLOIT CORRUPTION ISSUE 
LAWYERS FOR SOLFS QUESTIONING AGENT 

WILLIAMSON: AGENTS 'JUST PLAI>| GOOD TO ME WITH MONEY' 
RIGGINS TESTIFIES SOLFS GAVE HIM MONEY 
PETITION SEEKS REMOVAL OF RUTHERFORD'S SHFRIFF 
BIGGINS: MONEY USED 'TO SUPPORT TICKET- 
DEFENSE LAWYERS ASK FEDERAL J J OGE TO ACQUIT SOLES 
SOLES' JURY TO GET SINGLE CHANGE 
THREE OF FOUR CHARGES AGAINST SOLES DISMISSED 

OFFICER OF CONGRESSIONAL CLUB RAPS REMARK BY SOLES' LAWYER 
JURY GETS SOLES' CASE: RIGGINS GIVEN PROBATION 
JURY ACQUITS SOLES OF BRIBERY CHARGE 

JUDGE TO OPEN MOTIONS IN SOLES' TRIAL AFIFR REVIEW 
SOLES' VERDICT MAY BE GOOD SI'N FOR uREEN 
MALE PROSTITUTE WAS SENT TO S" Y - SOLES' LAWYERS 
SUPPORTERS HAIL SOLES' VERDICT 

JUROk says GOVERNMENT DIDN'T SHOW SOLES AUTHORIZED PKIBE 
BUNCOMBE PROBE ENDS 

GREEN HEARING IN BRIBE CASE IS POSTPONEO 
COLCOR SURVIVES ACOUITTAL 
STATE GETS CuSTOOY OF MUROER SUSPECT 
STATE AUTHORITIES TO GET EVIDENCE FROM SuLES TRIAL 
ATTORNEYS DISAGREE ON EFFECT IF SOLES' VERDICT ON GRtFN TRIAL 
11 INNOCENT PLEAS ENTERED IN lOflCOR CASE 

TRIAL DATE SET FOR 11 PEOPLE CHARGED IN ROBESON PROBE 
SOLES' LAWYERS BAP FBI TACTICS 
SBI PROBES ALLEGED PLAN FOR KICKBACKS 
FEDS CORRUPTED ELECTION PROCESS 
GREEN FACES TRIAL OCT. 17 
INNOCENT PLEA IS ENTERED FOR GREE'l 
DIETICIAN IS CONVICTED OF MISUSING STATE CAR 
SEMANTICS PROBLEM GETS CASE DISMISSED 
CLAY COUNTY POLITICS HAT F I EL D- MCC OY FEUO 
FREEN'S LAWYERS GIVE COURT HU"1 T AFFIDAVIT 
WILKES PROBE PROMOTED 
GREEN CHARGES ARE CLARIFIED 

JIMMY GREEN TRIAL ON BRIBE COJNTS OPENING MONDAY 
N.C. ELECTIONS DIRECTOR REVIEWING SOLES CASE 
SEVENTEEN POTENTIAL JURORS ACCEPTED FOR GREEN TRIAL 
GREEN'S ATTORNEYS ACCEPT THRE'= JURORS 
7 JURORS SEATED FOR GREEN'S TRIAL 

JURY Chosen for green'S trial 

FBI AGENT: GREEN INDICATED HE WOULD ACCEPT MONEY 

PAPER SAYS IT OBTAINED PROBE TAPES 

GREEN REFUSED BRIBES— TAPES 

LAWYERS SAY STATUTE IN GREEN CASE TOO VAGUE 

JURORS UNINFORMED ABOUT GREEN CASF 

1 CF 5 Charges AGAINST GREEN IS DROPPED 

GREEN TESTIFIES HE ATTEMPTED TO TRAP AGENTS 

SBI AGENT TESTIFIES EFFORTS MADE TO IDENTIFY DRDAK 

DEFENSE RESTS IN JIMMY GREEN'S TRIAL 

PRISON HEAD IS SUSPENDED AFTE' MISCONDUCT PROBE 

FINAL ARGUMENTS GIVEN IN GREEI DRIOEHY TRIAL 

JURY MULLS FATE OF JIMMY GREEV 

JURY ACQUITS JIMMY GREEN 

JURY ACQUITS LT. GOVERNOR 

GUILT IN GREEN CASE: SELF-APPOINTED JUDGES 

FEW SURPRISED WITH OUTCOME IN GREEN TRIAL 

ACME LT. GOV. CATCHING KIT ICARTOONI 

GREEN CHARGES COST 490.000 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES AGAINST ROBESON OFFICIAL 

OFFICIAL CHARGED IN BRIBERY CASE 

EX-SHERIFF GOES TO PRISON 

NO ONE JAILED IN AFTERMATH OF FBI PROBE 

FBI CRITICIZED ON BOLTON REFERENDUM 

CORRUPTION IN MILITARY 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 

STATE PROBES ALLEGATIONS ABOUT GUARO 

CORRUPTION IN SPORTS 

SEE SPORTSt SCANDALS 

CORVETTE CLUPS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND «UTO HANUF AC TURER S 1 
JUBILEE WILL TEST THE SILVER STREAK 

COSMETICS 

N.C. PLANTS MAKE MONEY ON HAk; UP 

COSMONAUTS 

SEE SOVIET UNION, SPACE RESEARCH 

COST OF LIVING INDEX, CHAPEL MILL 

-COST OF LIVING HIGHEST IN N.C. 
LIVING IN CHAPEL HILL SAID MOST COSTLY IN N.C. 

COST OF LIVING INOFx, N.C. 

COST OF LIVING HIGHEST IN N.C. 

COSIA RICA 

ll-DAY TOUR TO HIT POINTS IN '.OSTA RICA 

TROPICAL TKEATS OFFERED BY MUSEUI OF LIFE, SCIENCE 

COSTUMES 

SEE ALSO CLOTHING. HISTORY 
SEE ALSO HALLOWEEN COSTUMES 
SEE ALSO PERIOD CLuThINC 

COSTUME RENTERS IN N.C. S«Y SANTA SUITS SCARCE 

COTTON 

SEE ALSO POLL WEEVIL 
SEE ALSO BROwN LUNG DISEASE 
SEE ALSO HOSIERY INOUSTOY 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INOuSTRV 

N.C. PRODUCTION OF FEED GRAIN. COTTON INCREASES 



H 2 


6/30/B3 


A 


1 




n 




h 2 


7/J8/83 


A 


10 




N 




H 7 


7/10/83 


C 






N 




H 2 


7/13/fl3 


A 






N 




S 2 


7/l3/fl3 


A 






N 




H 2 


7/14/83 


A 


10 




N 




H 2 


,7/18/n3 


A 






N 




H 2 


7/l')/83 


8 


14 




N 




S 2 


7/19/83 


A 




p 


N 




H 2 


7/20/03 


A 




P 


n 




H 2 


7/22/B3 


A 






N 




H 2 


7/23/93 


A 






N 




S 2 


7/25/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


7/26/83 


A 




P 


fj 




H 2 


7/26/83 


A 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


7/27/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


7/28/83 


b 






N 




H 2 


7/2<)/83 


C 


1". 




N 




H 2 


7/31/83 


A 


10 




N 




S 2 


8/01/83 


A 






J 




H 2 


8/02/P3 


A 






N 




H 2 


B/03/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


a/0<./93 


A 


1 5 


P 


N 




H 2 


8/0'./83 


A 


1 7 




N 




H 2 


8/05/83 


A 


11 


p 


N 




H 2 


8/06/83 


A 






N 




S 2 


8/08/83 


A 




P 


N 




H ? 


a/09/83 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


8/09/83 


A 


1 1 




N 




5 2 


8/09/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


3/10/83 


A 






N 




S 2 


8/10/83 


A 






N 




S 2 


8/10/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


8/11/83 


A 




p 


N 




H 2 


8/1 1/83 


A 




p 


N 




H 2 


a/1 3/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


8/1 3/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


a/1 3/83 


A 






N 




S 2 


8/13/83 


A 






E 




H 2 


8/l'i/83 


c 


1 7 




N 




H 2 


8/14/83 


c 


12 




N 




5 2 


8/1 S/83 


A 






J 




S 2 


8/1 7/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


8/18/83 


B 






N 




H 2 


8/19/83 


A 






N 




S 2 


a/22/83 


c 






N 




H 2 


8/23/83 


A 






F 




S 2 


8/31/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


9/15/83 


A 




P 


N 




H ? 


9/21/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


9/21/83 


A 






N 




S 2 


9/28/83 


C 






N 




S 2 


9/30/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


10/02/83 


B 






N 




H 2 


10/03/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


10/16/83 


B 






N 




H 2 


10/17/83 


A 






N 




H ' 


10/1 8/83 


A 






N 




S 2 


10/18/83 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


10/19/83 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


10/20/83 


B 




p 


N 




H 2 


10/21/83 


A 




P 


N 


0<.6 


H 2 


10/21/83 


A 






'1 




H 2 


10/22/83 


A 




P 


N 


O^b 


H 2 


10/2<./83 


B 






N 




S 2 


10/2'./83 


C 






J 




H 2 


10/25/83 


A 




p 


N 


01.6 


H 2 


10/26/83 


A 




p 


N 


046 


S 2 


10/26/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


10/27/83 


A 






N 


046 


H 2 


10/27/83 


A 


1 1 




N 




S 2 


10/27/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


10/28/83 


A 






N 


046 


S 2 


10/28/83 


A 




P 


N 




H 2 


10/29/83 


A 




P 


N 


046 


H 2 


10/29/83 


A 






E 




H 2 


10/30/83 


A 




P 


N 


046 


H 2 


10/30/83 







T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


10/31/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


11/02/83 


A 


1 2 




N 




S 2 


11/11/B3 


c 






N 




S 2 


11/15/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


11/28/83 


A 






N 




H 2 


12/09/83 


A 






N 





H 2 3/25/83 A 



H 2 6/03/83 1 P F W66 
S 2 6/08/83 A 5 N 



H 3 10/1 1/83 b 1 N H90 
S 2 10/11/83 B 3 N 



H 3 10/11/83 V. 1 



H 2 8/04/83 C 1 1 
S 2 a/04/83 D 1 2 



H 2 12/21/83 A 1 



H 2 1/22/83 A 



MUNTnLY/A'iNUAL INuEX 



Subjtcrs 



PAf.e Us 
i/17/a* 



F«« eistcsfi QCficiALS roua te«iilf Ficuirr 

COTTON OUST 

SFc saOrf.N nJNf. ri?c*SF 

CjTtnn OUST atr,jL»TinjS ' 

SEE »l.S3 fRO»N luNG DISEASE 
SEE ALSn BECuLATanv AGENCIES 

EASING OF C3ITDN OUST ilULEl KlGrtEO 

MO oecisin:. "aoe tn dust stah-:aro 

E0UIP"ENT CALLED 3EST KAY TO PREVENT B«(1hN LUNG 

il'X \ir,'l.?cl m]ru°"AW''»ll, cut cotton oust E.POSU-F 
CnuOI bCEAnS NEW GaOuNO in respiratort illnfss CaSc 

Sif^f? ?S''Jla'Tic"°TES'T'ljE''iibl<iSr^a^- B-O-N LUNG ENTEKS Nt- ROUND 

cotton Oust: POLICY IS 3ev£RS=3; CQNIRUIS SOUGHT 

OSnA PLANS TJ PE«lSf COTTON OJST STANDARD 

BILL LI"|TING TAI BREAKS ADVANCES „ „ , 

3R0liN LUNG GROUP CALLS FOR ST'ONGES DUST jTANOAROS 

COTy (MAKE-UPt . „ 

N.C. PLANTS MAKE "ONEY ON MAK; UP 

"" 'cDuGaR "aulS girl in LENOIR 

COUGAR PlayEJ too ROuGm .„,,,, 

MAULING SHOUS SENSE IN PARRIN'. HILO 'PETS- 
SUIT FILED IN COUGAR ATTACK 
COUGAR ATTACKS CHARLOTTE UOHA-1 
COUGAR MILL BE OBSERVED FOR R»9lES 
COUGAR HILL BE SENT TO OUT-'-F- STATE lOV. 

COUGAR SENT TO NATURAL BRIDGE ZOO ^ , , c cr .^w 

DEMISE OF EASTERN COUGARS SUBJECT OF MOUNTAINS STUOY 

COUGH "EOIC INES 
SEE ALSO COLOS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS , ,„ 

COuCh is NATURE'S VACUUM ClEajcR 

COUNCIL CmoISIIAN academy 
SEE ALSO REOmOOO academy 

SCnOOLi SUPPORTERS LOSE , ^ , 

SCHOOL SEEKS COURT REVIEu OF JUDGMENT 

SCHOOL HANTS JUDGMENT SET ASHE 

ACADEMY DION'T KNCm ABOUT SUIT 

FAMILIES' SUIT AGAINST SCHOOL GOING TO TRIAL 

SCHOOL MILL GO TO COURT OVER lERTIFICATE REPAYMFNl 

COURT RULING NOT EXPECTED TO AFFECT DURHAM SCHOOLS 

REDMOnO ACADEMY CUTS STAFF 

COUNCIL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
PLAYER. COACH OR BOTH? 

""^ilSSSHAi^^RfrcSSScui'ciu^cL'^FiS m°.V.. ARTS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

COUNCIL FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO EUSriESSES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ENTREPRE'lEUKlALSHlP 

SEE ALSO VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS 

CIUNCIL FORMED TO ENCOURAGE b.lSINFSS , , , ^,,^c 

NFM TRIANGLE GROUP TO HELP. Ev COURAGE hIGh-GROmTh firms 

COtJNClL FOR WOMEN OF DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL OF MCcN 

COUNCIL .•"F CIVIC CLUPS OF GREATER IuRhAM 
RfNF«ING PATRIOTISM 
CalMESTOPPEOS PLAN 

CO IMESTOPPERS PROGRAM BEGINS TODAY 
CIVIC CLunS TO HOLD ANNUAL FEST AT 
TjO gentlemen of MERIT 
CIVIC CLUB COUNCIL. COUNTY SC-iOOLS 
SCHOOL MUSIC TO HELP CRIMESTOPPERS 
UNABASmFC, youthful PATRIOTISM 

MARKHAM's «oans SURPRISE spaulding 
spauloing responds to mayor 

CONCERT AlUS CRImESTOPPERS 

mayor's idea is a good one ,„^ , 

ouRham's top lammfn praise yojng people 
thanks for help in -durham sa-ute' 

DUKF TU SEcK "ONEY ON TV 

council of state 

see n.c. council of state 

council on environmental juality 

see also environmental prgtectiin agency 
el-nccu teacher nominated to »ost 

councilville community 

county gets tmo grants 
cduncilvillE gets grant 

counterfeit labels 

see also fashion designers 
SEE ALSO Imports 

FAKE ITEMS CAUSE CONCERN 
COUNTERFEIT MONEY 

SEE ALSO Currency 

SEE ALSO FORGERY 

BOGUS BILLS FOUND IN VANCE 

DAVIDSON MAN BEING TRIED ON CO UNTf R FE I T iNC CHARCt 

JURY CONVICTS N.C. MAN. 6^, OF POSSESSING FAKE "ONEY 

GREENSBORO INVENTOR SENTENCED 

CANNON PLEADS GUILTY TO CHARGES 

COLORED HONEY? NOT RAD 

"^"sEE alSo'naTIONal association 0-= COUNTIES 
SEE ALSO N.C. TOmnShIPS 

COUNTIES FORCED TO SPEND LOCA^ "ONEY 

MANY COUNTIES IN N.C. READY FIR SALES TAX HUE 

URBAN CCUNTIES UNHAPPY ABOUT SALES TAX SPLIT 

IS N.C. COUNTIES OK TAX 

SOME COunTIFS hurry TO ADOPT TAX INCREASE 

COUNTRV CLUBS 

'^C0UNT2T''ciu»sf 'TmPlaST bastion of EXCLUSIVITY' 

N.C. BAR OElIcaTION opposes resolution against club BIAS 

CLjBS SEEK NO handouts. omE n: explanations 

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SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO PMirsrClANS, n.c. 

ECU PHYSICIANS SEE PATIENTS MR ,,nCTaRS ATTENCIN. COUPSfS 
COUNTRY MUS IC 

XcSnEECH^I'^uSIc""-" ""'"^ A.CHIVES 
CDUNTr MANAGERS, N.C. 

COUNTY HANACEPS- DUTIES AND S«LARIES VARY 
CauP OE TORCHON (fILH) 

•COUP OF TORCHON' PROVOCATIVE FILM 
COUPONS 

CEREAL COUPONS TO AID MUSEUM 
COURAGE 

MUSICIAN STARTING OVER AFTER lOSINC J IN Family 
COURT-APPOINTtO LAUYFRS 
SEE ALSO LAUyFRS, N.C. 

SEE^ ^^ 

' -. -- . ,,q|(;j:^jj 

ti^JI'rSLl^Pf.-vOEo'FOR 40 DAYS 

^^^^^ri^^,g,-5;2^?u^?3SM^3R";c'Trc^rN. LA. 

i,°nTildT''' "*^^"5 LEGAL 'ai'^ for INDIGENT 

liERS^fifre M^;°B\'"cUs?Y.*ri-!?r^?o's?L^^-"' ^ 
s^g2^sj^g^f";?jr5:H^H^:fi?:^«y.^^^?eR 

rOURT-MARTI AL 

SEE MILITAKY, COURTS MARTIAL 

COURTESY 

THANKS FROM A YANKEC 
...AND FOR REFLECTION 

COURTESY TITLES 
SEE ALSO NAME', 

SALLY RIDE SLIGHTFO 



COURTS, OURHAM ClUNTY 



NG 




Iff f,'-52 PRETRIAL NEkS COVERAGE 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC OE FENDER S. DiyBHi M 
III Jl-fS ?"'■'• CLAIMS cSSrt''"'' 



^^f.*'-^!? '^•5' aANKRUPTCY'cOURT 
LAUYtSS FOR THE POOR 







COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 



DirfyiSf" COUNTY, BAILIFFS 



ER BAILIFF 



COURTS. ,„„ 

SEE ALSO COURTS 



DURHAM COUNTY, COST-; 
Avfiv^rSPi',"^' DURHAM fOUNTY, FINES 
AVERY TRIAL MAY BE COUNTY'S HTST COSTLY 



COURTS, puJHAM COUNTY 



«ii, UU^HAM COUNTY, EMPinvppc 

III a'MS coi;rt^,'X;rS;S'-?pS^^y 

COLVARD EXPECTS ANYTAlXG^fio^^feg^llcNlvE JUROKS 
COURTS, fyOHAM COUNTY, FINES 

ill :tis isigfh w^F ?r'^' "5TS 
""?E'l•A?r."iu^lNrE''c^^7^'"^^ °" '""" 

THE SUN, STATE HELP TROUBLED YOUTHS 
COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY, TRIAL WATCH^R^ 

TART-TONGUED COURT -iTCHER^^iuSTS DEPUTY 
COURTS, N.r, 

III AtlS G"iG"yR^%»f '^^""' «^'" 

itis Js^v^5iT^^•• 

Ill iti Pr- cSSJf'a^^A'pVE^Lr '" °' '"' "-'5 

Itl3 Sofic^rs!^. ""' 



UOMAN SPENT II DAYS WAiri»,r- 



HUD SUPPORT BILLS SIDETRir^Fn 
OURT HOLDS MAN 010 NOT GET FA ?i 



FOR HER TRIAL bEFa„E CHARGE DISMISSED 



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l-AKf JUDGE:, rfl.L L»HrE«S TO S'EEO UP 

Cnum SYSTEM GETS TOP RANKING fnR EFFICIENCY 

""sEe'aLSo'c JJRTS. tluRHAM COUNTY, FINFS 

LFGiIlaTOP CHARGES STATE •TAI.ORING' HASTE SILL 
mHuSE votes to study MOVING OFFICES 
??OPQS£0 INVESTING OF COURT FJNOS SPARKS DEBATE 
SENAT^OKS BILL TO LET HERCIIAITS RAISE INTEREST 
SOME CLEKKS riAVEN'T CTLLECIEO 0«I FEcS 

COURISt N.C.. NEWS COVERAGE 

SEE ALSO PRETRIAL NEn5 COVERAGE 

TRIAL JUDGE: PUDLICIIY 'A FACT OF LIFE- 
COURTS. N.C.. PM^IOGRAPmY 

"^Tv'^^SR^'caSISrcl EXPERIMENT SOES SLOWLY 

CAMERAS TO i£ ALLOWED AT JIMMY GREEN'S TRIAL 

CnilRTS. N.C TELEVISION COVERAGE 

rJ COURT COVERAGE EXPERIMENT SOES SLOWLY 
CAMERAS TO BE ALLOWED AT JIMMY GREEN'S TnlAL 
COURTROOM CAMERAS PRAISED 

COURTS. M.C.. VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO ASSAULTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C. ASSAULT' 
MElPFUL INMATE'S SENTENCE PAR: 

COURTS. ORANGE CnjNTY „, „ -, 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY COURTHCu'E 
ORANGE COURT FACILITIES SAID "QOR 
OFFICIAL RAPS ORANGE COUNTY C3URT FACILITIES 
CLERKS ACCEPT Owl WORK 

'"''"sEe'alSo'conTEMPT OF COURT CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO FOURTH CIRCUIT COuR T OF APPEALS 

SEE ALSO GAG OROERS 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. U.S. 

SFE ALSO PRETRIAL nEwS COVERAGE 

SEE ALSO U.S. COURT OF APPEALS 

'nAS'i.i-^l\.lTfl'l\liuol TO RESTRAIN U.S. COURTS 
EAST'S IDEAS WOULD LEAD TO LE^AL CHAOS 

"""'X'R;'s;s5E^'!?Vs°S^riA;:KING FOR EFFICIENCY 
LAWYER RECOMHENOED FOR FEDERAL JUDGESHIP 



COURTS-MART lAL 
SEE MILI lARY, 



COURTS MARTIAL 



COVcRT INTELLIGENCE GaThFRING 

SEE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 
SEE POLICE. U.S.. UNDERCOVER AG'NTi 
SFE SPIES 

COWBOY FILMS 

SEE CPw'OYS , „ 

SEE OLD wESTCR.i FILM CLUB 

SEE Also OLD WESTERN FILM CLUl 

"1t''s'?aS"Ju?h sic: TliF NEXT SATURDAY IN SILER CITY 
HONORING OJR COWBOY HEROES ^.,„,. ,. r...oinTTF 

?2E^?A^G'EJ3'rs?R'E^i: l?L"E»"?fTY? R^L^r^^l^^^N YESTERYEAR KIO 
IT'S TIME TO SEE OLD WESTERNS aGAI'j 

SEE ALSO I IVESTOCK ' 

SPRING CLEANING 

BEEF HEROS'"'nuTRITION IS CRITICAL NOW 
CRAbS 

"cRJa^FESiiiiL a"favorite of the seafood lovers 

CRAFT ShOnS , ,„ 

III a'l'sO c'RA^NVI-r 'cOUN ; ARTS > NO CRAFTS BAZAAR 

cff ilso kerr lakf folk arts ano crafts show 

sIe 1ls3 loS?sb5rg coClege fulJ music and dance festival 

WOOD noMINAlES IN CRAFT SHOW , r ^r ,: 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
FRANKLIN 9a;aar THIS WEEK 

crafts display is this weekend 
mpmemakers produce country maiket co-op 

CpipTS^ CHRISTMAS FOCUS OF STATE'S NOVEMBER EVENTS 

craft fair planned 

""see also Christmas oecurations ^^. ,,„ 

111 also duke univ. union craft center 

see also growth management planninu 

see also hillsborough crafters 

see also industrial development. n.c. 

see also womancoaft 

CRAFT WORKSHOP SCHEDULED „ ,,, „ c.rcut 

MULTI-CRAFTS OCCUPY TALENTtD AND ITChY FINOFRS 
SYMPOSIUM FOCUS ON ARTS 

HILLSBOROUGH CRAFTERS FIX UP 'I Ew OU'Rl" S , „„ . , ,,,„, 
CRAFTS WORKSHOPS TO COVER ENERGY, FOOD. DECORATIONS 

CRAFTS FAIR 

SEE CRAFT SHOWS 

CRAFTSMEN 

SEE ALSO FULK ART 

SEE ALSO FURNITURE DESIGNERS 

"?S;!i?J''2H[??L%S WOOD INTO WIND TOYS 
"'"^cSiieFRRlES HARVESTED FRuM 60.5 TO GRACF HOLIDAY TABLES 
"""'iTRAOnrrcSlNES: MACHINERY HLFTS LQ.DS W 1 T„ AGILITY 



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? DOUN, 7 rn GO FOR CENTES 

CDAVEN COUNTY HJ5PI lAL 

HOSPITAL, PAPER SETTLE OISPUTf 

CRAnFISM 

NCCU GOURMET fOGK IS A PRACTIIEO HAND AT CRAwFTSm COOKERY 

CRAYONS 

meltto crayons make magic 

creatine kinase ><9 

study: Exertion umlikely to cuse heart damage for maratho;* runners 

CREATIVE CI VI tan CLUH 

SEE also C IVl TAN CLUB 
CREATIVE CIVITAN 

CREATIVITY 

FRESH APPROACH HELPFUL 
INSIDE LOOK AT ZANY SEMINARS 

CREOI T 

SEE ALSO OEPTS 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO HQMEN, CREDIT 

MERRILL LYNCH OFFERS PERSONAL CREDIT LINE 

.JACHQVIA OFFERS SIGNATURE LOA>iS 

STANDING CREDIT FOR FIRMS SEEN 

•0PTI0N-T0-3UY' BILL'S SPONSOR DOESN'T WANT COMPROMISE 

CREDIT CAkOS 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, CREDIT 

CREDIT CARD CHANGES EYED 

TELEPHONE CREDIT CARDS USED IN "ILLING CHARGtS 

BANKERS MAY SEEK Hir.MER CARD =EF5 

MAN HELD IN CARD THEFT 

JUDGE SAYS "ANrS allowed TO CIARGF CREDIT CARD FEES 

STATE HOUSE APPROVES iJO CREDl T CARD CHARGE 

BILL PROPOSES INTEREST PATE AUTHi]RITY 

STATE SENATE TO CONSIDER INTEREST LIMITS 

COMPROMISE SOUGHT ON INTEREST RATES BILL 

BANKING. MERCHANT GROUPS HACK BILL 

USING THOSE CREDIT CARDS MAY ;OST MORE 

CREDIT Card fees being decided 

on YOII KNOW ME? (CARTOONI 

BAMKINo LAWS; FFw LEGISLATORS SAY THEY UNOCRSTOOU REVISIONS 

A POOR WAY TO LEGISLATE 

NCNH ANNOUNCES FEES FOR CARDS 

N.C. CAR DEALERS OPPOSE NEW FIANCHISE BILL 

SENATE OkS bill to let MERCHANTS RAISE INTEREST 

STATE SENATE KILLS MERCHANTS' C»EOIT RATE mIkE 

SENATE KILLS BILL TO RAISE INTEREST RATES , 

MERCHANTS' CREDIT RATE PILL RSVIVFO ' 

HOUSE COMMITTEE 0<S BILL TO MAKE SLAVERY A FELONY 

SANK CAPO COMPETITION DEVELOP'; 

CREDIT CARD FEES INCREASE BAN* COMPETITION 

SOME BANKS SOFTFn CREDIT-CARD FEES WITH SWEETENERS 

MAN HELD IN ROeBERY OF STATIO*! 

cca TO Charge iiu for credit :abo use 

MAN IS ACCUSED OF THEFT AT 0U< E 

CARDS STOLEN 

NCNB TO INTRODUCE NEW BANK CAIO 

CREDIT INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

PAYNE: CREDIT INSURANCE RATES TO 1 HIGH 

AUTO DEALERS DEFEND PRESENT C'EDIT INSURANCE 

BILL TO LIMIT CREDIT INSURANCE PREMIUMS RAPPED 

CREDIT INSURANCE BILL REJECTE") 

MOUSE KEEPS BILL ALlVE 

CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE 

INGRAM BACKS CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE BILL 

CREECH LAW 

SEE PUBLIC LAW 9'.-l<r2 lEOUCAIION FOR ALL 



(ANOICAPPEO CHILDREN ACTI 



CREEOMOOR. N.C. 

SPILL NEAR CRFEOMOOR STOPPED 

THE QUIET LIFE STILL THRIVES IN CREEDMUOR 

CREFOMOOR FIRM IS NOT CLOSING 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT 

CREEOMOOR STORE NOT CLOSING 

CREEOMOOR HOPING LAKE WILL AID TOWN'S ECONOMY 

CREEDMOnfl HOPING LAKE WILL AP TOWN'S ECONOMY 

IVAC EXPECTS GROWTH AT CREEDMTOR 

CREEOMOOR. N.C, ELECTIONS 

BIG CITIES. SMALL TOWNS ELECTING THEIR GOVERNMENTS 
ELLINGTON ELECTED OXFORD MAYOl 

CREEOMOOR POLICE OEPT. 

DURHAM MAN TO LEAD POLICE IN IREEDMOOR 

CREEKS OF FEARRINGTON 

SEE ALSO FEARRINGTON HOUSE RESTAURANT 
SEE ALSO FEARRINGTON PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT 
aalGHTLEAF SQUARE AMONG WINNERS OF NEW AWARDS 

CREMATION 

SEE ALSO PET CREMATION SERVICEi 
BILL BACKS BIGHTS OF DECEASED 
Two SISTEPS LOSE ACTION OVER " ODY 
CREMATION SERVICE FOR ANIMALS GROWING 

CRESSET BAPTIST CHURCH 

ACTEENS VI SI T CAMPBELL 

CRESSET ChPISTIAN academy 

CRESSET ACADEMY LISTS HONOR RILL 

EXAMINE EXHIBIT 

CRESSET NAMF5 HONOR STUDENTS 

COURT RULING NOT EXPECTED TO AFFECT UURHAM SCHOOLS 

BOMB Threat poooEn 

CHRISTMAS GIVING 

CREST ST. 

EXPRESSWAY LAND PURCHASE HAS STARTED, OFFICIALS SAY 

CREST ST. RLANS DUE 

CREST STREET REBUILDING CLEARS ANOTHER HURDLE 

MRS. DEL CASTILHO ON PAYROLL TO COMPLETE CREST SI. WURK 

CITY'S Chances good for big federal grant 

CREST ST., HAYTI ON AGENDA 
CREST ST. MOVE MAY JAR STUDENTS 
COUNCIL ACCEPTS BID FOR HAYTI TRACT 



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CITY ELIGlDLt eon H 

CI ry GETS OK ON unAr, 

CBcSI SIREcT CRIVFS 

COUNCIL MILL niscuss 

TOANSPOS T4T ION PACT 
CEST STSeeT PUPILS 
CStST STREET SCHOOL 
C«EST ST, VOTERS TO 
CREST ST. SCHOOL VOT 
CREST ST. SCHOOL VOT 
EIPRESShAV hQBK HAY 
CITY TO CONHEHN LANT 
CREST STREET HESIOEN 
II .78 Ml LL ION GRANT 
POUR DURHAM NEIGnnOR 
CREST STREET RESIOEN 
REAL SHORT election: 
HELPING CITY'S VOTER 
tbOOiOOn HOUSING LOA 
STATE ACUUI"tS MOST 
ADJUSTMENT UNIT GRAN 



.2 MILLION FEDERAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT 

GRANTS 
in RE MOVE FOR RQaO 

STREET BI 
TO BE STUf'ieO dY PANEL 
TOPIC 

VOTE FNDOlSfO 
DETERMINE SCHOOL DISTRICI 
E SET 

E SET FOR JULY 12 
8EGIN NEXT YEAR 

TS TO MOVE NEXT MONTH 

OK*n FOR TURHAM 

HOODS TO IE IMPROVED 

TS VOTE n ATTEND CITY SCHOOL SYSTcM 

ONE POLL ON PORCH, 5 VOTERS 
S IS PART OF HER THERAPY 
N APPROVE" FJR CREST ST, 
LAND NEEDFO FOR E»P"ESSWAY 
TS 0AY-CA5E CENTER CHANGES 



DURHAM COUNTY 
C, 

U.S. 



CRESTVIEW APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

CREST ST. MOVF MAY JAR STUOfNIS 
CREST STREET SCHOOL VOTE ENDOISFO „,„„,,, 

CHEST ST. VOTERS TO DETERMINE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
CREST STREET RESIDENTS TO MOVE NEXT MONTH 

^^INFANT MONtTOp'lNG PROGRAM GROJl'lG AT N.C. MEMORIAL 
CRIB DEATH CLAIMS LIFE OF DUR1 AM BOUNTY CHILD 
PSYCHOLOGIST: BABY'S CRIES MAY RtVEAL APNORMAL I T 1 f S 

CklCKtTS 

SEE ALSO INSECTS 

CRICKET SAVES MAN 

CRIME I 

SEE ARSON 

SEE ASSAULTS. OURHA 

SEE ASSAULTS 

SEE ASSAULTS 

SEE ASSAULTS. _ 

SEE EMBEZKEMENT 

SEE FORGERY 

SEE FRAUD 

SEE MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE MURDER f DURHAM 

SEE MURDER, INTFRNAT lONAL 

SEE MURDER, N.C. 

SEE MURDER, U.S. 

SEE RAPE, DURHAM 

SEE RAPE, N.C. 

SEE RAPE, U.S. 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SFE ROBBEOY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

CRIME. COSTS , ,,,,c 

VICTIMS PAY FOR INEPT JUSTICE 
CASHING IN ON CRIME 

CRIME, STATISTICS 

SFE ALSO CRIME PATE. OURham 

SEE ALSO POLICE INFORMATION NET.IORK 

SEE ALSO STATISTICS 

BURGLARY DIPS, SAY FIGURES 

OURHAM CRIME STAYS ABOUT EVEN IN '32 

OURHAM CRIMF MARKS TIME 

N.C. CRIME PATE UP 1.6X IN 1'9<I2 „ , , 

JUVENILE CRIME RISES OVER F I RS T S I X-MONThS 

JUVENILE CASES INCREASE; VIOLENT CRIME RISES. TOO 

CRIME DIPS Tt IN N.C. 

N.C. CRIME ON DECLINE 

CRIME, SYNDICATED 

SEE ORGANUFO CRIME 

CRIME COMMISSION. GOVtRNOR'S 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL CODE, N.C. „ „ „ ,r t.ccr» 

SEE ALSO N.C. DFPT. OF CRIME CO-ITROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

GOV. MUNI TO PLUG -SAFE ROADS AC T • 

TOUCHER JUVENILE LAMS SOUGHT 

^:?ri?SS5''?SS5rrT?^«??HBSI^ft^i;?^^NfSMUN,TY PROBLEM 

bIhama judge appointed to crime information group 

JUDGE READ reappointed TO CRIME PANEL 
SENTENCES LESS VARIED UNDER ACT 

CRIME PREVENTION 

SFE ALSO COMMUNITY WATCH PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CRIME STOPPERS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM PUBLIC SAFETY PIUGRAM, C 

SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PRO'.RAM „ „ ,, ,.cct» 

SEE ALSO N.ct OEPT. OF CRIME COlTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

SEE Also REACT ClUU of OURHAM ClUNTY I ACRONYM 1 

GOOD FXAMPLf FOR ALL 

ALAMANCE CRIME STOPPERS SUCCESS CITED 

INMATES WARN YOUTH ABOUT PRISIN 

COMSiN?T} wATCH INTEREST COOLS IN SURLINGTUN 

FINGERPPl-lT PROGRAM MAY EXPAN1 

POLICE GOING TO SET UP • hOUSE< EE P 1 NG • IN FEW 

POLICEMEN AT FEW GARDENS 

CHAPEL HILL STARTS PROGRAM TO EIGHT CRIMt 

CRIME STOPPFRS PROGRAM STARTS 

FORMER CON ARTIST NOW FRAUD FIGHTER 

CARRIFR'S ALERTNESS LEADS TO ARRESTS 

CITWCM c» IME-FI GHTERS HELPIN; TO MAKE 

•DOMESTIC OFFFNSE'--THE ENEMY IS CRIME 

ELDERLY OFTEN MORE VULNERABLE TO CRIMF 

BBEAK-INS: MOST OF STOLEN PRO'ERTY NEVER RECOVERED 

PSOS THWARTED A BREAK-IN 

BR AVU 

INTENSIFY ATTACK ON CRIME 

CRIME CONFERENCE SLATED , ^ ^ 

FEW GARDENS RESIDENTS. POLICE MEET ON CRIME 

CRIME VICTIMS 'FIGHTING BACK' 

POLICE USE DECOY TO LURE MUGG'RS, PREVENT CRIME 

CRIME RATE, Chapel HILL 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL MILL. N.C. 
BURGLARY DIPS. SAY FIGURES 



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PAGE I '.9 
1/17/9'. 



SEE ALSri CSIME . STaI ISIICS 

SEE ALSn POLICE INFOR><»riQN NEI.lOPK 

SEE ALSn SIAHSTICS 

OUKMA" CRIME STAYS ASnuT EVEN IN • iZ 

DURHAM CRIME MARKS TIME 

DURHAM CRIME DIPS I2i 

DURHAM CRIME DROPS 

COUNTY RESIDENTS NEED PBQTtCIIJN 

a«EAK-lHS: MOST UF STOLEN PROPERTY NEVER RECOVERED 

DURHAM CRIME ORHPS 91 

CRIME RATE. N.C. 

SEE ALSO UNIFDRM CRIME REPORT 
ROXBQRO CRIME ^ATE UP IN \9H2 
N.C. CRIME RATE UP 2X IN 1982 
VIOLENT CRIME IN N.C. UP S» DJRIrjG 1982 
N.C. CRIME RATE UP 1.6X IN 1912 
CRIME DIPS TX IN N.C. 
N.C. CRIME ON DECLINE 

CRIME RATE. U.S. 

SEE ALSO WHITE COLLAR CRIMES 
UNHELCUME MIJDLFMAN 

CITIZEN CRIME-FIGHTERS HELPIN". TO MAKE A DENT 
•DOMESTIC OEFENSE'--THE ENEMY IS CRIME 

CRIME STATISTICS 

SEE CRIME, STATISTICS 
SEE CRIME RATF. DURHAM 
SEE CRIME RATE, N.C. 
SEE CR1"E RATE. U.S. 

CRIME STOPPERS. nu"HlM 

SEE ALSO CRIMF PREVENTION 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL Hi TNESS 
SfE ALSO BEWAOa 

ALAMANCE CRIME STOPPERS SUCCESS CITED 

CHAPEL HILL STARTS PROGRAM TO FIGHT CRIME 

CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM STARTS 

N.C. HOUSE TENTATIVELY APPROVES LANDFILL REGULATIONS 

CRIME STOPPfRS OFFER REWARDS 

C» IMESTOPPERS PROGRAM BEGINS TODAY 

•HERALD" SERIES TO HELP SOLVE CRIMES IN AREA 

CRIME OF The week 

CRIME OF THf WEEK 

CRIMESTOPPERS PROGRAM ENLISTS SUPPORT OF CITIZENS 

SOURCES LA« REVIEW SOUGHT ' 

CRIME FIGHT TAKES COOPERATION 

NEW LAW FAVORS CROOKS 

WELCOME CR I'lESTDPPERS 

CRIME OF THE WEEK 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

HOUSE PANEL TO REVIEW CONTROVERSIAL NEW LAW 

CRIMESTOPPERS HELPS POLICE MA< £ ARRESTS 

POLICF HELPED IN CAPTURING ! -"SCAPEES 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS CRIME OF THE WEEK 

PROGRAM PROVES WORTH 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHOULD RECONSIDER THIS NEW LAW 

CRIME OF The week 

C» IME OF THE WEEK 
CRIME OF THE WEEK 

CRIME OF The week 

CRIMESTOPPERS PPOGRAM LEADS T] CHARGES 

CRIMESTOPPERS LEADS TO ARREST 

CRIME OF THF WEEK 

PROGRAM FIGHTS '^REAK-INS 

CRIME OF THE WEEK 

TWO GENTLEMEN OF MERIT 

CRIME OF THE WEEK 

CRIME OF The WEEK 

CRIME OF The week 

CRIME OF THE WEFK 

C»I-E OF THF WEEK 

CONCERT AIDS CRIMESTOPPERS 

DURHAM'S TOP LAWMEN PRAISE YOJNG PEOPLE 

CRIME OF THE WEEK 

TIPS AIO ARRESTS 

CRIME OF THE WEEK 

CRIME OF IhF week 

CRIME OF The week 

CRIMESTOPPERS AIDS IN ARREST 

CRIME OF The WEFK 

CRIME OF The WEFK 

CRIME OF The WEEK 

CRIME VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO RAPt VICTIM ASSISTANCE PRICRAM 
SEE ALSO SE'lIOK CITIZENS. CRIME VICTIMS 
SFE ALSO VICTIM RfSTITuTION PLA^J 

EDMISTtN UNVEILS PUN TO AIO VICTIMS OF CRIME 

PROGRAM SOUGHT TU HFuP CRIME VICTIMS. WITNESSES 

HELP FOR CKIMF VICTIMS 

N.C. HOUSE TENTATIVFLY APPROVES LANDFILL REGULATIONS 

VICTIMi PAY FOR INEPT JUSTICE 

HOUSE APPROVES FILL TO ShORTE'i SESSION 

PROPOSED INVESTING OF COURT FINDS SPARKS OEHATC 

TOPSY-TURVY JUDICIAL SYSTEM NF EDS SCRUTINY 

HE'S LOOKING FOR A JAY HOME 

Two YEARS AFTER MUGGING, 'I'M STILL ANGRY^ 

CRIME VICTIMS' AGENCY FORMED 

A COMMON FRUSTRATION 

MARKHAM^S «0,<DS SURPRISE SPAU, OI'lG 

MAYOR'S intA IS A GOOD ONE 

DOCTORS lEARN to HELP ASSAULT VICTIMS 



CrIMF WATCH PkOCRAM 

SEE COMMUNITY WATCH PROGRAM 
SEE NFlGneORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM 

CRIMES. DURHAM 

SFE ALSO Christmas, crime 

SEE ALSO Duke UNIV.. crimes 

see also juvenile crime 

see also property crime 
Thievfs get ANTIOUES 
Thievfs hit stereo Shop 
kindness PACKFIRES 
je-Elry, stfrfo stolen 

tools valued at IZ.'.SD REPORT-; 
On& ATTACKS, BITES OwNER 
Cash, jewelry taken FROM HOME 
POLICE LOOK FOR ARMED MAN 
MICROWAVE STOLEN 

POLICE SEEKING Two ASSAILANTS 
SHOOTING VICTIM CRITICAL 
OFFICERS PROUE TWO ROBBERIES 



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DIIUHA" CRIMf STiVS ABOUT EvEN 1 'I '82 
THIFVfS TAKE FUI'NIIURE. 0«1LL 
ODKHA" CilHE "ABHf ri"E 
SIc«En, IV SlflLEN 
HAN eEAIEN WITH STICK 

?5;:?c'ESS;^?TlSrTlSSS«fFT of tools. JEWEUY 

OFFICERS PRTBf CAFE bCEAK-IN 

SanOGHN FIREQ AT REPAIRMAN'S FEET 

RESTAURANT ROBBFU 

BURGLARY NETS TH I E VE S C A SH, FTOn 

San CmaRGEQ .ilTH iTH GUI OFFE'iSE 

2 OURha" hen MtlJ IN ROBBFRY 

DIA-OHO RING REP0RT6U STOLEN 

VIOFU RfCGRTtR, TELEVISIONS STOLEN 

housemulo gooos stolen 

TILLERf PLOW SAID STQLFfJ 

clothes. cash stolen 
jEuElry stolen 

IKi'e"»S"/s?nSES; possible link prttbed 
CASH, jebEloy are stolen 
thieves get cash 

ROaPERY PROBEO „ ,c„e.rc 

JEwFLPY STOLEN FROM RESIDENCE 
DEPUTIES PR03F GUN. TV THEFT 
TRAILER THEFT REPORTED 
RIDING LAWN 'lOV.ER STOLEN 
ELECTEICAL ITEMS STOLEN 
BrIeFCASE REPORTED STOLEN FRGI CAR 

J^l^c'e FhI»"'"rhI3'man -ith burglary 

iltl'-uli i^P:5R?''?H^FrS'F'TEL£V,SI0N. CAMERA 

TV CA-E'A STOLEN 

TELEVISIONS STOLEN 

J ARRESTED IN BPEAK-IN 

MAN B'LD FJR BREAKING WINDOW 

THlEvfS HOG" FISHING TACKLE 

GASOLINE. BATTERIES ARE STOLE'l 

OEPUTIE' INVESTIGATE THEFT OF 3 RINGS 

motel robbery reported 
man >ounoed in game rqq;< 
heloinc torch, tools are STOL'^N 

SHUTS FIRED IN HiNOOrt 
TV. COOKING ITEMS STGLEN 
GUNS. TELEVISION STOLEN 
JE-ELRY, CASH REPORTED STOLEN 

man gfts ".th dui charge 

police pr05' ! armed robberies 

furniture is stolen 

Thieves take gold, cash 

man's boots are stolen during halk 

ASSAULT CHA»GE I S FILED 
EOUIP-ENT jAin STOLEN 

jf.elry is stolen 

durham crue drops 

2 kobbed at gunpoint 

COINS. Guns taken FRUM hume 

jEafcaY taken from room 

CLOTHES SAIO STOLEN 

HOUSEHOLD GOODS STOLE'l 

WOMEN ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

2 ARR-^STEn IN bR£AK-IN 

TfRE, STEREO EOUIPMENT STOLEN 

MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

MAN CHARGED AFTER BUSINFSS BRFAK-IN 

MAN SUFFERS WOU'IJ r n ,, T 

MAN IS SENTENCED ON GAMBLING COUNT 

POLICE ARREST TEENS IN PREAK-IN 

SS^eI? ^B^^i-?'?".E5ft-°'ASGEI 

:inTaWl,itt,"6l\uOOO: .AR.ANT ISSUED 
DEPUTIES Charge 2 MEN WITH ATTEMPTED CAR theft 

thievfs take stereo items 

2 men arrested for stealing gas 

oui. DRUG Charges lodged .,.,„, 

ROBBERS FIRE AT WOMAN. ThEN EjCAPF 

woSiN icCUSFD OF KICKING DEPUTY IN FACE 

HOGS. OfuMS REPORTED STOLEN , , , „. ,,„,,», 

VIDEO EOUIPMENT. STFRFO. TELEVISION STOLEN 

JEWELRY. STEREO EQUIPMENT IS STOLEN 

CAMERA REPjBTFO STOLEN 

TOOLS ARE STUl EN 

DURHAM MAN struck; 2 GOLD K 1 N. S . 

MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING nccirto 

DURHAM MAN Charged JITH ASSAULT jn offiCbR 

POLICE INVESTIGATE ThEFT OF H.SOO FROM FIRM 

DEPUTIcS INVESTIGATE ThEFT 

TEEN CHARGtn WITH BRLAK-IN 

CASH. jFwELRY SAID STOLEN 

^Erf^T^s'^I^oTorE!: from STRVKE station 

SILVER STOlFN 

TRUCK DRIVER R01S hITChhIKER 

chandelier is stolen 
teens rob durham couple at ho" e 
jfwelRy reported stolen 
cash, jewelry said stolen 

Jti;!?l^rA§ci*S55H;M"2"A^''wITH attempted PURSE THlFT 

^ha': :r. ^|pS???";e^e"o tak-n at home 

ROBBERS GET TELEVISION 
ANTIOUE FURNITURE STGLEN 

LAWN moher is stolen 

MAN SHOT Dufil'lG CONFRONTATION 

PIKE STREET MAN REPORTS THEFT OF DRUMS 

OFFICE FCUIPMFNT STOLFN 

ITEMS STOLEN FROM nOMF 

OFFICERS PROBE THEFT OF GUNS. 

EQUIPMENT STOLEN 

OFFICERS QUESTION MAN IN BREA> 

DIAMOND RING IS STOLEN „ _,, 

mCaT PUMP IS STOLEN FROM WORK SITE 

CAR BROKEN INTO DURING BALL GAME 

STEREO ITEMS STOLEN 

SILVER REPORTED STOLEN 

MATERIALS STOLEN 

LUMBER REPORTED STOLEN 

TAPE DECK SAIO STOLFN 

COPYING MACHINE IS STOLEN 

POLICE PROBE ThEFT OF STEREO ITEMS 

POLICE INVCSTIGATF CAR THEFT 

GUNS. jEwELRY STOLEN 



CASH ARt REPORTED STOLEN 



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N.I.. CRIME Rate up 1.61 IN 19.|i 

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CRIMINAL CODE, N.C. 

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III ^1-5? f "CLIISIONARY RULE 
SEE ALSn FINOFKPHINTS 

SOURCES LArt RFViei SUULH? " ^'"^° NfGULAnONS 

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NE, LAj, FAVORS CROOKS " ' '^"^ ''"^^S 




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SCE iLS^ ''.r. 5UP0E-E CHbT 

SEE «LSn PLFi SAaCAlNiNG 

SEE ALSn POLICE, ■i.e. 

^FE AL^3 « PEc'^Y-Tfl I AL LECIjLATn.S 

IDAHO KEfns-t LA, ON INSANITY OEEENSE 

PRISON Of^lCIAL: PUflLiC IS SCAPta 

VICTI-S PAT ETh INEPT JUSTICE 

^^^JJJE^ulir^uou^frL^srsrE.N^.nsscjynNr 

mEL"S' spokesman SATS HUNT • PTL I T ICIZ IMf. CkI"F FIGmTINi,' 

CalKINAL HfCCKDS „r,„o„t 

SEE ALS1 ExPJNCTinN OF RECOIOS 
SEE ALSO Juvt'iILE CODE 
SEE ALSr JUVE'MLE CRIit 
SEE ALS" JUVENILE DELINJuFNCT 
SEE ALST JUVENILE JUSTICE STSTe- 
aiLL -julO clear ARSEST RECOR-IS 

SENATE OKS ''ILL TO CLEAN LE'^AL SLATEi 
dLL PURPORT NG TO HELP ■ "'-OC; NTS TO BE S luO I Eu 
alS«S OUTWEIGH GAINS IN aILL TO cRASE BECOROS 
ERASING OF BECOROS TPPOSED . . , „ .,- 

AUin OEalERS DEFEND PRESENT C»EOIT INSuBaNCE 
STATE SEnItf APPBOV^S PLAN LIMITING SESSIONS 
ABBEST ERASURE PROPOSAL KILLEI „,,„„„, 

BILL -JULO LET JUDGES SEE JUVENILE BECOBOS 

^Jtl^^PP-OVFi^TO^PROTea^ONFIuENTIAL INfOR-ATIQN 
CRIMINAL HFhAolLl TATION 

III nl3 llW^^lll'. nIc:. education program 

SuPPLT and -lE-IANO 
CkMINAL SENTENCING 

SEE 'tso Coi!iuN?T?SERv!CE RESTITUTION PROJECT 

SEE ALSn CEATM SENTENCES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO INSANITT PLEAS 

SEE alSD JAILS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO L IFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO PLEA bargaining 

III ALSO VICTIM RESTITUTION PLAN 

PROPOSAL ON VERDICT CRAUS SPL T 

HUNT SETS GOALS TO CONTROL CRIME 

IDAHO RCFDRMS LA, ON INSANITT DEFENS- 

SFNATE ENDS CDM-ITTEE ROLL CALLS , „ , ^ „^ ,,.., 

LIVING kITM OEA-^LT ERROR PENALTT ENOUGH FOR TEcN 

senItf Rejects roll call votes in committees 
lie-detector test rullnr overturned 

DEATH CiB DRIVER TO SPEND ,EE<ENiJS. SUH-ER IN JAIL 
MAN APPEALS 25-TEAB TERM, GET! 50 TEARS 
BILLS' goal: "ALT PRISON GROmT H RATE 

?JnEl'baCKS hACKNET cILL on P^OBATiriNERT SENTENCES 
REDUCED BIGAMT PENALTY BEJECT'^D 
^B'l"Lru^^^N2"5S^Gl"s°'TS'?ufp^^0'^^jE%'fSrSENTENCES FAUS 

LngHT'sEN?lNc'Es"a;}S^GE TO FRIENDS DF OLU MAN 

HERE'S ONE REASON CRIMINALS «JN FREE 

ALTERNATIVE SENTENCES ON INCREASE „,,„,, 

nORSES and INSURANCE OFFICIALS CLASH GVEB biLL 

hhaT «IND JF justice was THIS' 

-N?: '^^iTlN?i's ^A^J'^T.^'Y^^lrV^ AVERY'S PRISON TERM 

LGC« The DOOkS. PLEASE 

OFFENDERS -OULO LEND A HAND .,.,, Mnnti 

Pf. O^^AT lONART PROGRAM SHOULD Be -.TATE MOOEL 

CnuPT BACKS FAIR SENTENCING A' T 

SENTENCING PROGRAM AIDS COM-UNITY 

SON'S SENTENCE IS TOO HARSH 

FPRI. FPR CPIPT ZRPGBA.S 

STuni: NE- LAW PRODUCES FAIRE^l SENTENCING 

SENTENCES LESS VARIFD UNDER ACT 

iit/'^.irtV."^ 'I fe^^E^sirf^-'e^OICE IS TUUBS...3D TEARS... ICARTOON, 

CBIMINAL SUSPECT'S RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO CIVIL BIGnTS 

^8 TEAKS mE'E taken FRO" HtB 

SOURCES LA, REVIEW SOUGHT 

PaoStCuTOBS UPSET BY EVIDENCE LAW c w i . u. 

HUNT -It call special SESSION on DISCnvEKT LAW 

ORANGE CJUiTt mat make FEwtR ^RUG QuSTS 

LEGISLATOBS°jLUNS£RfD «!TH DliCnvFRT LAW 

'''"!N;h^SN?!l)S^JS??&"l^'i;rU|eVT Tj subC.;:m,ttee 

HtluSE TABLES BILL TO ALLOW 00, S IN HOTELS. MjItLS 

"'U| 1lS0"cSn'IcT nS2H"AS::'lNC. ir-ISIS INTFRVLNTION PROGRAM, 

III Itso f>?tpCtNE'?nIiHAM CRlSr. TELEPHONF SiRvICEl 
SEE AIS- HASSLE H^uSE ICRISIS mTLlNEl 

COUNIT'S FMFRGfcNCT 'UNO SAID 'tXMAuSTfU' 
HELPLINE NEEDS AIDES 
rwTSIS- ThF last tear of the CAKTES PilFSIUENCT I BOOK 1 
'"'^'tAeCakTEB crisis: a FLAIB Of FICTION 

"■■"slE'iLSD^ANtl-NUCLtAR MOVfMfNT 

rp?rr,'iUJ?T;''^NAEiR"'sssci";s'^rrs5?i'. of nuclea« plant 

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H6MRERS HAY »»URCMASe CLU6 
rBgirniitl G^:r?5uJ^E'^'E.^k"sOLO TO ITS MCmbEkS 

'^''''tti^.l.^^'i^A^^^ STOP CLASSIC ^ ^,^„^ ^„,^. 
IN SPITE Of THE CLOUDS. CLASSIC'S STABS SHiNc 

CBOiSOAlLE INL| ^^ ,^ rKOASOAIlE 

SuioivISION OWNERS FILE SUIT AGAINST AMTCKS 

amick foreclosu'E case continieo 

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Subjects 



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CKO«SD«ILE ^(JtDl VISlnij 
SEE CROiSOAlLE [NC. 

CRncKtrr pjkk iCMAonTTt. >i.c.i 

SEt ALSO ChARLJTTF, f.Ic. 

FUF HITS UASEdALL PAPK IN CH«RLiJTTF 
CROOKS flAHBtCuE ' 

fIBFRCLASS Z30: GASTON'S ANIMALS ON SILENT PROHL 

""sEE^SLSo'^SJi?!,' '" "ELIEVE HOPLl HUNGER, 

?nit! '''^" HUNGER CHANGES ROUTE fRQM SCENIC TO am 

^:gSo^tfc^^2^;s^^^HS^G?g^^'^ ^^"'^"'^ """ 

The number is OnuBLEO 
^'Sk'S '^"P'' "*'■'' '■0 *'D 'HE HUN-.RY 
CogP WALK A -MIRACLE nf CARING' 
MORE THAN 1,000 EXPECTED IN WALK 
•aj WALK 3ICGEST Of THEM ALL 
CROP WAL^ SUCCESSFUL IN OURHAH 
""LU'-rEfR DFOICATEO TO CROP WALK 



CH2p-'',*nET'??'!'^L""FI '" 5L0WLY; TOTAL REACHES I 
CyR"l'NG'?SR'T';F''^5NG\'?""' "'" '"'" "" "'°'- "°"» 



«19,000 
"AOGUR 



CROP WALK TO PE FILMED 

CROP DAMAGE 

SEE ALSO F^EE^t DAMAGF 
COLO: N.C - 



t3o?L'.';'^?,Sf;'^" GROWERS WATCH THFRMJHETERS 

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S5I."-onSt* IS HURTING DURHAM PHJPUCE 

^ir, '"??!, "M AS HEAT G%ES"S"_ 



- •cIcSE'i'fU^^ 5"'* DISASTER RELIEF from heat 
:;.^?Sf?^ COUNTING LOSSES = ROM HFAT WAVF 
V,' AGRICULTURE LOSSES SEPHuS 
<T: DROUGHT IS "AJOR N.C. ISSII' 



°Uf>HAM (kESIOENTS COPE WELL WITH HEAT 

N.C '' 

HUN 

HUNT: DROUGHT Is ..,. .jj,,- 

'>r'c^''l,'ioLL'ii^^if.K'-H'' PRODUCT IDN BY ABOUT lot 
cJSc ?^''''5^'^5 DOOUGHT AIO FOR FARMERS 
f^Rf'*^'-,"'^ PLEDGED ON DROUGHT LOSSES 

N°T- p" Viri'"-^ iSo^g^L^Ac'F"— - -- 

N;C. CROPS Shrivel under sun 



GRAHAM SEEKS Ain FOR N.C. FARIERS 

ir^wls r'?H25r^','^°„*^ "-^"d'" Tf, AREA 

*m"3as ITirU Iffect'""'"' '"" "°' '" "-«^ 




l.^ff t^"" FAi<"El!S GFT DISASTE? DESIGNATInN 

H I" 3:;^?i"" f^srjR^5E^T\; "-«-^ — -n' 

s??f iAr^°, ^;^J^5''3^5 won-t get loans 

SPECIAL LOOK AT FARMERS' WOES VOwFD 
^^n?S? S2iJ','U" '^" DROUGHT AID 

N??=^^R^^E^ls°[i?rsASS"?^^,«5«V'""^^ 

CROP DUSTING 

CHANGES SOUGHT IN AEXIAL SPRAYING LAW 
CROP INiUKA.jCE 

APPLICATIONS FOR CROP INSURANIE DUE MARCH 31 
CROPS 

SEE ALS.l MARIJUANA, CROPS 

."■t° '-jf.iiER.H?LPs'?8M^'c"^5J?'^ REPORTING SERVICE 

UREASES 



N.C. production' OF FEEd''GRMN, COTTON 1 'IC a 

CHURCH CROUP MAY PUSH NEW CRO^S 

N.C. FRUIT CHOP DECLINES 

r'^it^y- "-C- FARMERS TO REDUC- CROPS 

CROP SWAP SIGNUP OEAULINE MIR^H 11 

"AffK SYSTEMS URGED FOR FaSm? 

CROP Swap signup ENDS TODAY 

cJap's:A"p''^?D?"GE'"oK"°'' '"'^ "'"^ 




MORE GRAIN EXPECTED TO BE PLAMEU IN N.C 
CROSS 

CROSS DOESN'T VIULATE RULES 

CROSS Burnings 

^^L!m^ "" <i-jx KlAN 

n?gn?,i^^"E^^° "* ""SD'S YARD 

S^f^UEl 5** CROSS TURNED IN » ST ' YARD 

cSSss fl^II^S-IS "f'-" "^ ■'"O^^ PLACE. T°"£ 
CROSS IS 3U»NED ON MINISTFR'S LAWN 



P DATE C 
H 2 11/17/83 b 



PG L P BYL 



H 2 l/i3/a3 10 P F CI 

5 ? './12/n3 A 1 N 

H 2 3/l')/a3 8 1 P F W36 



H 2 


2/l')/fl3 A 


7 


N A20 


H 2 


3/05/83 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


3/in/B3 C 




D N £05 


H 2 


3/12/83 A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


3/l<./83 A 




L 


S 2 


3/15/93 A 




L 


H ? 


3/10/83 A 


I I 


N 


H 2 


3/21/83 A 




P N A20 


S 2 


3/21/83 A 




P N E05 


H 2 


<./28/83 C 




P F 


H ? 


5/07/83 A 




P N 


S 2 


7/07/83 D 




P F 87 1 


H 2 


T/07/83 A 




E 


H 1 


9/30/83 (J 




N HOO 


H 1 


3/23/83 b 




N 


S 2 


4/26/83 A 




N E05 


H 1 


5/11/33 C 




N 


H 2 


7/03/83 A 




N 


S 2 


7/20/83 A 




P N T32 


H 2 


7/22/aj A 




P N 


5 2 


7/22/83 A 




F 


S 2 


T/27/83 C 




N C05 


H 1 


7/28/83 E 




N 


H 2 


9/06/83 B 




N 


H 2 


3/23/83 A 




P N 


S 2 


b/23/»3 A 




N J56 


S 2 


3/25/03 A 




N 


H 2 


8/26/83 A 


1 5 


N 


H 1 


9/26/83 3 




N 


S 2 


8/26/83 A 


1 2 


N . 


H 2 


*/01/83 C 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


9/02/83 A 




N 


H 2 


■>/03/n3 C 


1 2 


N ■ 


H ■> 


9/05/83 A 


I A P N 


S 2 


9/05/83 A 


1 7 


N 


H ? 


9/08/83 A 




N 


H 2 


9/08/83 C 




N 


S 2 


9/09/83 A 




N T32 


H 2 


9/11/83 A 


1 r 


F 861 


S 2 


9/13/83 A 




N T 32 


H 2 


9/15/83 A 




N 


H 2 


9/15/83 A 


•, T 


T R56 


H 2 


9/16/83 u 




N 


H 5 


9/20/93 A 


9 P 


N 


S 2 


9/20/83 a 


8 


N 


H 2 


9/22/83 A 5 


N 


H 2 


9/2<./83 A 


1 


N 


H 1 


9/30/83 t 


1 


N 


H 2 


0/06/83 3 


I P 


N L30 


H 2 


0/22/83 A 


5 


N 


n 1 0/25/83 B 


1 


N 


H 2 10/27/63 A 1 1 


N 


H 2 ia/28/n3 A 


t 


N 


S 2 10/2B/83 C 


8 


N 


H 2 U/Oit/BS A 


fc 


N 


S 2 1 1/23/R3 A 


1 


N J56 


S 2 12/27/83 C 


4 


N 



H 2 3/26/83 CI N L30 

S 2 3/10/83 C 2 N 



f 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

I 2 

S 2 

H 2 

; 2 

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; 2 

< 2 
( 1 
i 2 
1 2 
I 1 

2 
I 2 

2 

2 

2 

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2 

2 
2 

2 

1 1 

2 1 
2 1 



1/1 3/83 C 8 
1/22/83 A 5 
1/22/83 A 6 
1/22/83 A 15 
2/20/83 A 26 
2/26/83 A 3 
3/10/83 fc 4 
3/11/83 A 2 
3/15/83 B 1<. 
3/22/83 H 1 
3/2A/83 A ft 
3/21/83 n 
3/2't/83 A 
'>/10/n3 A 
5/UA/83 
5/17/83 C 
5/25/03 A 
5/2 7/83 r 
7/12/83 
7/1A/83 
3/1A/83 A 14 
8/15/83 ') 10 
3/17/83 C 1 8 
9/17/83 12 
0/0 3/8 3 I' 5 
1/14/83 B 12 
1/15/83 b 1 
2/08/83 A 4 
2/27/83 C 4 



10 



N M23 

N 

n M23 

N 

N M2 3 



N L3a 
F 

N F05 



» 2 5/12/83 6 



2 1/04/83 B I N 

2 1/04/83 n s N 

2 1/05/83 A 1 N A54 

2 2/17/83 C 12 N 



1 •< n t « 

12/31/33 



LINCOLN SHESIFF-S UFPUTIES LOIK INTO C«0|S BURMNCS 

anti-Sl»n gooup s»y$ n.c. KLA-I IJST JANG£«0US 
CPOSS buafiei in jNC-o CnAPLAII"; "APO 

'■■"°t|i''K'"HlLL?l''E''H.CH SCHJOL S'Q^TS. C«OSS-CnoN.»Y PUNNING 
SEE ALSI LCMi-31STANCE RUNNING 

^^C"tpEL "'fGiaLS CLAIM STATE TITLE IN CkOSS COUNTRY 
STATE'S SPRINGS .(IN"; "iCAA »3.H N'S TITLE 

C»CSS-AL«S^,^^^^ „0UL0 HELP AT JUDICIAL 3UIl:1ING 
COLO CROSSING 

""-"fN-Es'^TGlfuRS-'BID-RIGGING PK^bE FAR FRO. UVEP 



S u li J C C T S 



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S I T 

C L Y 

C PG L P 3YL 



GVER 



LACROSSE -.QACH FIND TRuE HAPPINESS MltH. 



"''-"fNv^fT?JiVSJl?''B^8:R.GGING PR>bE FAR FRO- 

'"' ^5i!^iS^!oi?iS; T^^JfR^piRM ^PERA 

^ INSURANCE FIRMS EnPANfl Irj DURHAM 

i.S. INSURANCF PLANS CONSOLIOSTIuN IV OURHAM 
INSURA-'CE FIRM PLANS NEW IFF r t iUILOINC 
OFFICE PUILDING GOING ON FO»n;R GPANDMET LAND 

"'^'J^-SiYPlJliSHnSslSROJECT IS rOMPLETEO 
CRYSTAL PINES II NO.i UNDER HAY 

CUB SCOUTS ,,„ ^^ . ^ 

SEE ALS) eUY SCOUTS. 'I.e. 
A DAY AT ThF RACES 

'''^'^SEc ALSC NuN-iLlGNtO MOVEMENT 
VINTAGc C-ST^n 

CU3A -AY RE REAOY FOR SOCIAL JPHEAVAL 
LATIN AMERICA TOGAY--AND 30 Y=A»S AGO 

CuPAN MISSUE CRISIS 
SEE ALSf MlSSlLtrS 

hrong tapes releaseo 

CUCUMBERS^ AROUND HEP£: mHH THE F.RM SET 

'■"''° scary'-cujo- rates praise, a earning 

cjlbreth junior high school 

teachers bach cn-principals , ^„.^ 

traffic lights PEOuESTEH for CuLJBcTh 

SCHOOL'S CLASS is for all ages 
cullen custgms 

A jPRhahOLIC: can 

'^'^'"'' CULP INC. TO OFFER SO-E STOCK 

■^■"■'"cHlsricT'l'SN COULD HURT DURHA. 'S OANCf FESTIVAL 
CHINA OVERREACTING 

CUL lURE 

•CULTURAL IMPERIALISM' 

CULTURE WEEK IN N.C. 
SEEALSCARTS.N.C. 

AhaRDS to b£ GIVEN ON CULTURE HtcK 

CULTURE fiE* Planned in ralEI.h 

•30S, SRIDGE CULTURE TOPICS 

CUM-PARA PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER r,ntc T^IC CiMMCP 

SELLaRS department store in p. aZa to close ThIS SUMMEP 
Cumberland county, n.l. ^^^t 

\r'At'r.°Ojlr^o'U'^i.'A,'ut^ul"o, food stamps 

Cumberland COUNTY courthouse [oukthouSE 

Jan charged in pSmb cIse held under u million bono 
Cumberland county manager ^.o^-, 

CUMBERLAND county MANAGER F I RF 

^'^''"S^E"'?2L'E^^"H"B7JEtT3^nIeL?E;'5EPU»TER INJURED 
ShDT REPORTER'S CONOITION SERIOUS 
MENTAL health director shot OV CE--AUTOPSY 

'"'■"ShrpVT:rTS"pi"Y"si:2riui:ioN to settle lwu fraud case 

'""see'^also cuunterfeit money ' 
see also pennies 

see ALSO U.S. MINI 

U.S. MINI STR iKf S IT P ICn 
COLORED MONFY-" not BAD 

CURMCULOM^ CITY SChOULS. CURRICJLUH 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 

SEE READING 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, CURRICULUM 

CuRHI £-* ANO I vF S 

Hl'Ar.'l^'.i\^k»n^' i«iLIZE. AMERICAN MYTHS 
CURKlTuCK PANaS 

''isSl;i?inN''D°F ?jrRifu«'0uTE= '.AN.S may BE ENOING 
REFUGE PLANNED FOR CURKITUCK 

CURRnuC«_CUUNTY.^N.C.^^^,,,^ COROLLA ROAD 
CURRITUCK INTFRfSTEO IN SHARING MATER 
CURRITUCK £y;S pipeline .iATER 



H 2 "./Ob/a) A P 
H 2 la/26/83 A t 
M 2 ll/02/n3 A 12 



H 2 ll/D5/'13 e 3 P N 
S ? U/22/B3 B = N 



H ? 1/12/83 A <, P P J')l 
H 2 12/30/B3 A 6 P P T37 



S •> t>/>l/P3 A ■; 
S 2 b/2l/R3 A * 
H 2 5/OS/B3 C 10 



S 2 1/J5/S3 A 1 

H 2 1/06/B3 t I 

5 2 9/lA/fl3 A 1 

H 2 9/IS/B3 a 1 



5 2 <./38/B3 b ' 
H 2 <,/21/B3 A JO 



N T32 
N L«l 



N sa3 



N 



M 2 2/13/83 C 1 P P R91 

H 2 3/11/83 A 4 E 

S 2 S/l')/fl3 CI N KSO 

H ? a/09/"3 A A E 

5 2 11/07/83 « '• 6 

H 2 7/2T/33 3 I U 

H ? 3/26/83 n "• R S66 

H 3 9/16/83 C 1 N H')0 

H 3 10/01/83 B IN 

H 3 10/01/33 B I P F H90 

.PROCESSOR'' H 2 2/06/83 10 P F H45 

H 2 7/21/93 C 1 1 N 

H 2 <,/08/83 C 5 N 

H 2 <i/lO/83 D A E 

M 2 4/J5/83 A A E 



S 2 9/D9/83 b 6 N 

S 2 11/03/83 10 N A15 

H 2 U/0'./83 D 11 N 



H 1 7/06/93 1 



H 2 2/19/83 A 16 
H 2 10/26/83 A 11 



H 7 10/06/83 A 1 P N 
H 2 10/07/83 A 7 N 



H 2 4/03/83 A 8 



H 2 9/27/83 A 3 
H 2 9/28/93 B 6 
H 2 8/2P/83 A 1 1 



H 2 9/09/83 A 9 



S 2 9/0a/P3 A A F 
H ? 12/23/S3 A A E 



M 2 7/15/83 D 1 " J "" 
H 2 7/29/83 D 1 2 R G6B 



S 2 10/12/83 A 18 N 

H 2 12/30/83 C 3 u M60 



S 2 3/09/93 C .:0 N 
S 2 U/21/B3 A 2 N 
H 1 U/22/83 8 1 N 



T M L Y / A N 



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S cl 3 J E C T S 



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CURKiruCK nuTtrt OANnS SEFuGt 

Sf| ALSO WILDLIFE SANCniABY 

I»lA'?s'Fuf^tE'?u%'M f^r'°!iR? '''''"'•" "'^"^'^E «""" 

CU^kITUCk SGUNp") 

CLI««iruCK: aA<S flSHING'S HEAtftN CU EARTn 

CURSI.NG 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 

PLcflGEK A3MITS Tu -KISS' RETCt'T 

CUSSIN' OK, dur DISTURBING 
ruSTOM HOLDER S INC. 

CDMPANr SEEKS TO BRFAK AWAY F^- J1 UDI 
CUSTOM TINT LA8S 

EYE COLOR: RALEIGH firm MAKES TINTED SOFT CONTACTS 

CyCLOSPURIN A 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

TRANSPLANT IMPROl/EMENTS SOUGHT BY OUKE SC I f N T I S T S 
CYPRESS GLEN KFTIREMFNT COMMUNITY 

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY LANU TO ,16 OFOICATEO 

CYPRUS 

CYPRUS: ANOTHER CRISIS THE U.'. JOESNM NFFD 
TURKEY AFTER EATING CYPRUS (CArTOONI 

CYSTIC FIBRuSlS 

FIBrJsi's'fIGhT "^"'"^ '^'"''"^I' G.ANT FOP CENTER 
U'lC GETTING H.US.OCO TO STUIY CYSTIC FlBRn^H 

^^^sifc^^lt^^nl^i If^;i'^'^nK?^;SE ^'° '^^f" ^'"-^'^ 

V2hwP"^Fjg«^Rtl?H^ l^fi\ ^sJ^E'Llr--^'^ 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 

MOORE TO SE^VE ON N.C. CYSTIC FIBRUSIS POARO — 

CiECHuSLOVAKlA 

PEACE IMPOHTANT TO CZECHS 

OCM BUS LINE lOANVILLE, YIRGINIAI 

ROXPOB] MAN HANTS TO RUN BUS '.tRVICF 

NEW BUS SERVICE RUNNING BETWEEN ROXBORO. DURHAM 



NT II I 

P DATE C CG L P 8YL 



H ? d/05/n3 A 1 1 
H 2 10/1 l/n3 A 1 ? 



1 1/13/33 C 14 



H 2 l/C<./a3 B I N 

H ? <,/ll/B3 ,1 1 N 

H J "./iJ/BS A fl N 

H ? 10/27/83 A 4 E 



H 2 10/28/B3 C 5 N 

H 2 5/28/83 A 3 N 

H 2 1/23/83 A 7 N 

S 2 5/U/83 A 6 N 



H 2 U/ig/BS A <, E 

H 2 ll/2<,/«3 A A T T R56 



S .' i/i'./Hi A 1 

H 2 3/18/83 A A 

H ? 3/18/83 A 11 

S 2 D/04/83 C 1 

H ? q/OT/BS A 1 3 

S ? '7/15/83 A 1 3 

H 2 I l/l 1/83 B 1 



N W3ft 
F 

N 830 

N M23 



I (ACRONYM) 



0UKH4H TECH TAPES TO FEATURE 3LACKS 

OES IDIEThylSTIlHcSIROLI 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

COMPENSATION SYSTEM FOR DES VICTIMS PPOPnSFn 

THE UNMENTIONED CANCER: A ^I l^L ER ' 7^ Ar^SS^^^BE STOPPED IF FOUND 

oipscaw 

see federal bureau of inve st i gai ion , oipscam 

DMSO 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PAIN RELIEVERS 

O-SO-S GARLIC QOOR MAKES RELIABLE TESTING IMPOSSIBLF 
DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO PIOTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

III fll-52 GENETIC RESEARCH 

^^L*t^° MEDICAL RESEARCH 

HOORICH GIVEN AWARD FOR RESEARCH INTO DNA 



SEE DRUNKEN DRIVING 

DUPAC PROGRAM 



DUI 
DuPAC 

see duke univ 

Dairies, n.c. 

see dairy earmers. n.c. 
DAIRY Farmers, n.c. 

Ill III! S.'c^: M^t/?'cSSM"?^^f^N*^'"^''"^" 

D.\^SY''^iSAE8"r??EK*?K??^ "c"omII>W ^f-^f"" "'"• ""LINING SALES 

li^o'??!'- OAIRY INCOME DECLINES 

DAIRIES ARC CRACKING DOWN ON PILFERING OF MlLK CRATES 

DAIRY Farmers , U.S. 

-cS9fi*l'*5'*^ "'5 "AN ON UAIRY FAKMER FEFS 
iENATf BACKS MOVES TU CUT OA H Y SUPPlirU 
DAIRY INDUSTRY WINS VOTE ON Sj B S I D I F S 
SENATI APPROVES DAIO? SUBSIDIFS " 

P»"ESIDEN?"5?''N?'I;t 'l'° "«"«f ':'J«'"'<''5 HELMS 
ucimJ .,o-r5'''^5 ""-'< SUPPORT ULL 
HELMS URGED RFAGAN TO S I ON' L E' F-0 A I H Y Hi. I 
THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS? "■ '" 

DALLAS (TV SFRIESI 

'CULTURAL IMPERIALISM- 
DALLAS COw.luYS 

COWBOYS SluN MIKt TISSAW 

DAMES AT SEA (PLAYI 

OPPRESSION CORN A IREAI IN •DAMES- 
DAMS, N.C. 

^^L^t^" HYDROELECTRIC POWER 

FIRM MAY 8UILD DAMS IN fl.C., .C 

NEIChPORS PROTEST P')ND • S FLl'cTuAriON 

DAMS POSSIBLE SOLUTION Tu PHO' P^A T t S 

SMALL DAM PROPOSAL MAKE S GOOD SFN SE 

Dan river in.c. riveri 

-ARRcN WILL JOIN STATE IN EIGlTING PlPtLINE 
DAM RIVER, INC. 

DAN RIVER BOARD APPROVES MERGER 

DAN RIVFR BOARD UK S MOLD ING CO SpA NY PLAN 



S 2 ',/2D/e3 C lA N 

S 2 7/25/83 C 1 N CD5 



H 1 2/11/83 b 1 N H60 
H 2 2/17/83 e 1 N H60 



S 2 2/19/83 C 1 



,„ ,.,„^ 5 2 7/25/83 B 1 N 

IN TIME H 2 1J/02/B3 b 11 P N 830 



S 2 6/01/83 C t 



S 2 ',/15/83 A 1 1 



H 1 2/12/83 C 1 

H 2 2/26/83 A 10 

S 2 6/15/83 C 1 3 

H 2 9/30/83 A 1 I 



S 2 
H 2 



1/05/83 b 

10/08/83 A 

11/10/83 A 

11/18/83 C 

11/19/83 A 

11/30/03 A 

11/30/83 A 

12/29/83 A 



1 



N 



H 2 <,/J5/a3 A 4 F 

S 2 5/25/83 B 2 N 

H 2 10/23/83 D 7 P R C19 



2 2/27/83 A 1 1, N 

1 9/09/83 n 1 N 130 

2 9/12/Bi A 1 N 0<.6 
2 9/15/83 A 4 e 



H 1 12/28/fl3 b 1 



H 1 1/05/83 B 1 N 
H 2 1/06/83 CRN 



LT/Af*SUAL 



l/Ol/el - 12/31/81 



U E J £ C T S 



0«" "ivfk-! FnuoTH OUARIEK SM-yS LJSS OF tlO.O MILLION 

o»'< Rivfk JiaeCToili APPROVE srjc* plan 

TEXTILES TABiiETS FOS TAHEOVERi 



T DATE C -T. 

? l/iJ/PJ C -^ 

2 2/16/83 A 10 

1 "./i'/ej 3 1 

2 12/12/^3 A 8 



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AERCIC OAMLr 

AFOICAN DANCE 

ACEKICAN DANCE FFSTIVA'. _ 

AMERICAN MODERN CANCE CAIJCUj 

"allET 

bell» dancino 

ChAPEL WILL BALLET CO. 
CmINA, DAfiCE 

concert dancers of ral-k.n 
Duke oance croup 

Duke UNIV.i DANCE PROu-'AM 

EASY MOVING OANCE CO. 

FLAMFNCO OANCE 

FOLK OANCINC 

FRAN< HOLDER DANCE CO. 

JCSE LiMON DANCE CO. 

"ARIA PENIT2 SPANISH DANCE CO. 

-COERN DANCE 

♦lErf PERFORMING DANCE CD. 

>:.C. DANCE ALLIANCE OF DURHAM 

N.C. 3ANCE ShOmCiSE 

N.c. DANCE Theatre 

ChIO 3ALLET 

PAUL Taylor oance co. 

PILOEJLUS 
°EVIFi.St OANCE 
SCOTTISH DANCING 
StUARE DANCING 

^;;;J: JPNMc"GilENS?0.0. DANCF wOR.ShOP 
TrACHF.,5 ATTEND 'UPOATE' 

^il4iNC?h'?GiAKi'M0NE; FOR HEART RESEARCH 

fnergy: 

• AfGDI THIS SEASON 

Mil 15 LOOKING "^OP APPlAUS = 

OFFERS ADVENT DANCES 

"•""or^lRriEARN HEALING STEPS 

"'"^'ijloiA MlA IS LOOKING FOR APPHUSE 
DANSYNC: A REVEL IN AKBIGUITY 
QANSYNC .EAVES SPELL 

""""lifelaK^i^'lHiVo 97 STILL REM^M^EREO 

?;g''i^lY^iiElilAl2?S'Ni?R5^';2'S.NVILLE. VA. 
IaRREN WILL join state IN FIGHTING PIPELINE 

iIaPSOnE I drug 1 

SEE ALSO TRUtS 

see also leprosy 
The armadillo hflps 



SETiLSOocEiA Aca£S_Li!<liE?.?*'If!5;?HiP against dare CO. 



OABE COuMY 

"oJrt^rules'in'favor'of'SStfr supply 



DARE COUNTY SCHG.TlS „^„,, 
STUDENTS HELP STUDENTS 

DARLINGTON RaCE«AY 

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IpSbISMAN triumph puts BONNETT on RIGHT track 
ALLISON «INS southern TO JIOE-< POINTS LEAD 

OAR TRAIL 

SFF ALSO Games 

f"E FELLOWSHIP KEEPS IT GOING 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE SPnRTS. BASKETBALL 

TAR hEELS destroy OARTMOuTm. 103-58 
TAR HEELS ROLL TO O-POIM VICTORY 

"*" Si?i"'EN£S:L"pRINTS. BINDS SCHOOL CO:iPuTER manuals 
RIDICULE. OISCRIHINATION BEHIND HfR 

°*'"'R00FEi''ESTAOLlSHeS LIEN AGAIN'! NINTH ST. PROPERTY 
OilAFLOW HEAD SA?S nlSPUTE INVOLVED IN LIEN 

OAUGHIFRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTPN. GENERAL OAVIE CHAPTER 

",nlTd ^liciE'lEMrEls MOOEL FASHIONS AT BRUNCH 
GOOO CIT IZENS 

DAUGHTERS "F The CONFEDERACY, UNITE 

SEE UNITED daughters OF THE CONFcOE»aCy 

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iMREf PLACES ARE SElECTFD FOR TRADE ZONE 
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DAVIDSON. ELON HOLD GBADUATIO-iS 
DAVIDSON GIVES DECREES 

DAVIDSON COLlEGc. STUDENTS -.I,' 

LA« EIAMS OF 49 STUDENTS LJS/ IN MAIL 
OAVIOSON LAM SCHOOL TESTS LOST 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE SPOR TS . BASK ET BALL 

Ei".:?l,^S:^L';]i'D'E5t;^ ^L.^^PAST OAVIOSON. 
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FILM ABOUT NUCLFAP ATTACK HAS TAHF 
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5i?o^,'> J"f TECHNOLOGY 

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TV 'HYPF" SKEWS POLICY 

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SEE ALSO Camps (SEE also 

«EADY FOR CAMP ^° 

?f,r,°crlJ ?J^^ ANYTHING TO DO! 

ENO 5CIFNCE CAMP PLANNED 

OAV CARE 

SEE CHILD CAKE 

DAY Care centers 

SEE CHILD CARE CENTFRS 
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 

ll'hlVM^'oul-'''"" ""E AGAIN 

TORN CLOCKS BACK 

•lESET CLOCK TONIGHT; GET EXTRA HOUR'S SLEEP 
"AYLILIES 

AN EYE-OPE. (ER 

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TWO MEN ROb OAY-S INN HOTEL 

OAYTONA soo 

^^LP'-,^9.yi^'' "" FACING 
KACING'S ILLOGICAL TRACK 

OE POORTfRE CORP. 

STRIKE VIOLENCE FLARES AT DEPTORTERE PLANT 
OEAF 

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5F6 »LS>1 CRIIINAC SENTENCING 
SEE »LSn DEATH SENTENCESi U.i. 
SEE ALST E«eCUTIONi, N .C . 
SEE ALSO GAS CriAKBEP 
SEE ALST L 1ft SENTENCES 

MBS, BaBPIElO'S appeal MEikn , ^ 

klDCE LA» SOUGHT TO PBOTECT NJUNTAIN SurLU.E 

N.C. "AN SENTENCED TO OEATh 

N.C. DEATH 9JW POPULATION GRQ«1N^ 

ei-MAhlNE 0=^15 DEATH SENTENCE 

BILL TO ALLJ- EXECUTIONS BY IMJFCTIDNS CnALLtNGFU 

t 8U«««E DEBATE oven KILLING PFJPLf 

FDM STtN SAYS [lINCO PROFITS »' E SIPHONED OFF 

gSTlLOTINF FRFCTED « STATE LfGISLATjBt ICaRTOONI 

CALLOUS HUMDR , ,„ , , 

END OF DEATH PENALTY SOUGHT 

GAS C"Af<aEr< CALLED UNSAFE 

rT:?rs?iiW-?ik?Erg.f[*'T3 ^^S'hrATH PENALTY 

?;?cS*^^i"l5 ^^'/e^T^En^a'-'hShaNE ALTERNATIVE 

A STRINGE IDEA 

JURY SENTENCES "AN TO OFATh 

huffstetle^ to die in gas CHA-BEK 

"*Ie3s"c0HP°BILL BREEZES TVAOU&h SENATE PANEL 
2 N.C. "EN GET DEATH SENTENCES 
LETHAL INJECTIONS: A NE- SALES ?ITCH 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT OPTIONS BACrSEO 

k,Vc:'''drdVl°^''^nVuii 3^^5?ir-LETHAL infections 

^e'nIt^ g!J£S T^^'aI^^ lethal i-,jectidn choice 

CO"" TTEE APPROVES REVISED BILL ON LANDFILLS 
LEGISLATGRS «0RK ON HANGING BILL 
HOUSE CCM-ITTEE APPROVES CHOICE OF EXECUTION 
DEATH SENTE-jCE LEFT INTACT 

k^;r'hN'?ii^ji^oV^;;feicrj^^^^G final vote today 

GALLGHS HU."OR . ,,.,„, 

SENATE APPROVES OEATh BY INJECTION 

Vna-E YOUR PJISoK': INJECTION OR C.AS IC'kTOONI 

HnuSE APPRJVES nILL ON AUTOMOBILE OFALEO FRANCHISES 

2f- RULING'S IMPACT IN N.C. IS UNCERTAIN 

AcJu LE 3eR SaJsRULING HAY "f AN ^ORE EXECUTIONS 

CONOE-NED N.C. "AN TO GET CHOICE OF EXECUTION 

COURT UPHOLDS N.C. DEATH SENTENCES 

DEATH SENTENCES LEFT INTACT 

DEATH SENTENCES 

Ntc.'sSJRE""cJ3R?'lEM0VES KIvETT FOR HlSCONDUCT 

COuRT REJECTS huTChINS- APPEAL ^^,,^,_,^ 

N.C. OFFICIALS PREPARING FOR rXECUTIJN 

DEATH SENTENCES* U.S. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-DEATH PENALTY 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO ELECTRIC CHAIR 
SEE ALSO EXECUTIONS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO LETHAL INJFCTION 

DEATH ROW book: 'a CLASSIC CASE- 
•FAR WOFSE Than HANGING' 

fe^SfH''lNSHE'J!s^?iAMBE» WAS -OT CRUEL. UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT 

SpPEAlS COURT RULES N.C. CAN EXECUTE WOMAN 

PASSING PARADE 

A MORAL DILE""A 

DFaTh SENTENCE UPHELD „,„„rc 

DEATH PENALTY FOES 1 EDOUBL ING EFFORTS 

EXECUTION IS EVERYDAY NEwS (CARTOONI 

OEATH THREATS 

ROSE GETS OEATH THREAT 

DEATH VALLEY, CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO CALIFORNIA ,,,,,, 

THE LOwEST GETS THE HOTTEST 

°^'^"cOld"°e1thc« may be CAUSE OF "AN'S OEATH 
•MR. GREEN' DIES IN THE COLD 

MAN FOUND DEAD IN CAR THAT BU'NEO ,„,,.„, 
OFFICERS CLOSE TO IDENTIFYING 'MR. GREEN' 
AUTOPSY SHOWS "AN DIEO IN AUTO FIRE 
POLICE SEEKING MJN'S IDFNTITY 
DURHAM DA PROBING DEATHS OF F«THE«. SON 
CASTLEBFRRY AUTOPSY DUE 
INFORMATION OF AUTOPSY UNAVAILABLE 
"AN'S DEATH NATURAL 
DEATH PROPED 

PRISONER DIES AT DURHAM UNIT 
WOMAN'S DEATH SAID BY NATURAL CAUSES 
POLICE PROBING DEATH 

BnOY FUUNO AT GURLEY. LEE STRFcTS 
AUTOPSY INCONCLUSIVE IN OEATH 
BODY FOUND NEAR MAIN SI. 
BODY FOUND 

MAN'S BODY IDENTIFIED 
MAN'S BODY IS IDENTIFIED 

DEATHS. N.C . 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO WRONGFUL OEaThS 

"AN FOUND DEAD IN BURNING AUIT 

MARINE KILLED 

RALEIGH DEATHS RULED NATURAL 

HERMIT'S DEATH STILL A MYSTERY 

MAN APPARENTLY SUFFOCATED 

DEATH PROBED BY SBI 

SBI CLOSES ITS PS06E OF DEATH 

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III Itsg l^.l'oW"" ""'''^■" 

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o.Jf.'-^ 9'' ^ "fBT STORIES 

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DURHAM DEBUtIXtES PRE^ENffi'^^fJi^i;"^ ^CtNE 
DEBUTANTES BOH TO SOC 1 E?y AND f R Jo I T I ON 
OePuTANTES 

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l"V,''r.[t""'' "^""^ "QOEL'%A'?;i,UNS AT BRUNCH 
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DEBUTANTES HONOREO 

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DECEMBER 

SCHUOPhrENIC DECEmIER 

DECLARATION OF 1 NDE RE NOENC E 

DEEP RIVFR 

COURT URDEK CnuLU BLOCK DEEP ,IVER POWER STATION 
DEEP RIVER CITIZENS COALITION 

PANEL REMOVES oa!J frcm°bill: .-oes elated 

DEEP-SEA OIVING 

SEE ALSO OIVING 

III IMS HJPERUARIC CHAMBER 

^^IcJL^" OFF-SHORE DRILLING 

GERMANY CONTINUES OIVE WORK 
DEER 

BUCK DEER COLLIDES WITH CAR 

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SfE Ch1»<a, OcfECIHRS 

SEE SOVIET UNION. DEfECTOSS 

(lEFENSc coMOACtnas 

SEc ALSO FEOEaAL CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO MILITARY! BUDGET 

2 SE«IMARS TJ GIVE AID GN SJOllNG 
VALfNTI'lE URGES LAKE HEARING ATTENDANCE 
HEARING EIA'<1N£S "ILITaRY COHTRACTS 

A CASE nf cnRPORATE greed 
valentine: defense cuts neeoe' 
his dream a goco idea 
military contracts sought for n.c. 

defense spending 

see military, buoget 

oeinstiiutional l.'atmn „„,,.,- 
see alsn mental health hospital^ 
"here have all The patients g:}ne? 

OELINUUENT Taxes ^r,,r 

SEE DURHAM CITY TAX OFFICE 
SFE DURHAM COUNTY TAX OFFICE 
SEE TAXES. DURHAM 
SEE TAXES. Cu'HAM COUNTY 

DELOITTE. MASKINS AND SELLS lAUDlT-IRSi 
AUDITING COMTRaCI awarded 

DELTA AIRLINES 

NONSTTP FLIGHTS PLANNED 
ROU GATE SPACE SIUOIEO 

DELTA DELTA DELIA SORURITY 

6URCLAK ENTERS SORORITY 

DURHAM MAN FACES CHARGE OF BUfOLARY 

8URGLAKY CHARGED 

DELTA KAPPA Camma SOCIETY 
NEit INITIATES 

DELTA SIGMA '"f 'i|J„|^^^' 

^^SORbft'lTY*OFFERS WORKSHOP 0,4 STUDENTS' 



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^ti. TA TEAM 

SEE ANTI-TERRORISM PROGRAM 

DEmoCkaCY 

SEE ALSn FREEDOM 

■OARTICIPATORY DEMOCRACY- 

POQPAGANCA PROJECT: MONEY DOwv A PaThGLE 

U.S. CONSTITUTION HOLDS ANSWERS 

DEMOCRAnC NATIONAL CJNVENTIDN 

SEE ALSrj CONVENTIONS ^ ,^, 

DEMOCRAT DELEGATE FILING DEADLINE SET 
HUNT: RULES -ON'T HURT JESSE JACKSON 
HUNT DEFENDS DEMOCRATIC PARTY RULES 
JACKSON WON'T WIN BY CREATING CHAOS 

°^-°"BfIi'-3i:i"AtVE5'^3Si!Jli5'*vu¥rFog£t)rA"" 

"TEE';iL'Ai"JSuN?fSI3nCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PA^TY 
SEE DURHAM DEMOCRATIC WOMEN 

°^''s£6'IlSn''DSRHAM''co;NTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
III ALSO DURHAM COUNTY OEMOCRAIIC PARTY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM DEMOCRATIC WOMEN 
SEE ALSO FRANKLIN COUNTY OE-OCRATIC PARTY 
SEE ALSO N.C. YOUNG DEMOCRATS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY DE-OCHATIC PARTY 

N.C. DEMOCRATS LOOK FOR '93 GAINS; GOP TO 

GOP SCOFFS AT speech; DEMOCRATS CAUTIOUS 

GOP PANELISTS BACK REaGAN; DEMOS. MONDALE 

DEMOCRATS FOCUS ON JESSE HELMS 

EOMISTEN TOPS PDLL IN WAKE 

DEMOCRATS TO CHANCE QRGANUATIGN IN I'Ja'. 

C|;;S^Sf!5c"Hi?iH*Ai'bpSE?S ELECTIONS BOARD CHANGES 

DEMOCRATS TT LAUNCH FUND-RAISING EVENT 

-Dl^SPRAfr^oS; ".'o'4'JM\i?^--''.ln THIS YEAR PUSSIELE PDLITICAL MOVE 

pQICe TG mEaO OfHOCflATS 

OUrtE PRPP MfAnS JEHnCRATS , ,^^ ^ 

's°/c^lr.hul^ll"\Vo\o'inr:uiy ii^af camp.,gn funds 

oemocoats gatmeR'-candidatls. too 
n.c. democrats to hear senator 

EDMlSTEN HAS ANGERED WESTERN ^£"QCRaT5 

ATTORNEY GENERAL CHIOEO FOR hTNORING REPUBLICAN 

KLANSMAN CHASING DONKFY (CARIOONI 

EDMlSTEN IS A GOOD DEMOCRAT 

HUNT QUESTIONS AD DISPUTE „ c „, , r . T . n., 

SMEAR CAMPAIGNS WILL "UR T N.C. 'S REPUTATION 

DEMOCRATS CONCERNED ABOUT FUNDS 

HUNT: CAMPAIGN NOT HURTING DEMOCRATS 

UNC PROFESSOR SAYS GOP haS GOT D SHOT 

lirMtllcVM 5sl''VirESSUr?0 HELP THEMSELVES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL FEOEKATION OF DEMOCRATIC WOMEN 
HS"lN5"NiMlilTED'"T0 LEAD DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S GROUP 
S?5ncSi;?lc"D^^^E5:''Hil^?S'i;s ARE HERE AGAIN. DAMMIT , CARTOON, 
SANFQRD TO LEAU nOLLINGS' COMMITTEE 
ELEPHANTS AND DONKEYS ., ,. 

aOTH PARTIES COMMIT 'DIRTY TRICKS' 
THE CUTTING EDGE 

DtMOL II ION 

SEE WRECKING 

DEMONSTRATIONS , , , 

SEE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 
Sfc ALSO COLLEGES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO LUNCH COUNTER "SIT-INS" 
SEE ALSO NONVIOLENCE 



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niLPH Sampson leads uva. pRnr=sr Mjpru 

NOW PLANS IHSURANCE PPOTESI HDAr 

m2^«'^'9"''5 insuhance offices 

UN ON ro PICKET CONFERENCE SP=AKERS 
REACAN APPOINTEE PROTESTEO ^'^ '^'•""^ 

I r;?l''S=°f salvadorans PRorEsieo 

!„^*SF OF BAD MANNERS 

PROTESTERS ASSEMBLE 

UAR PROTESTERS URGE FAST 

OUR OEAO DESERVE 4 OIE-IN 

K^lr"a'J?v t?4""^ '"O" COMMEMORATION 

MiS^H'tti^LuLVS'"""'" ™ """a" 

JnTPSif- "''"'^" PLANNED 
EDITORIAL A WET BLANKET 

? Sf,?F^.^TS^^5T":'"S MARCH PLANS 

K?S^Isn?s?nrS7,rE°ftlAR'""" "'''" 

ARRIVING FOR MARCH 

THE "DREAM" PLUS ?0 

LOCAL MARCHERS CARRIED BANNER 

S?i^F^R^SuS'V8%R^a^Ti!^^ °"""^- ^""^^^ ^- 

Giir.^S'pgJVI^^ '" "POTEST FO, PEACE 

SJ5JIJJ INTERVENTION 
SJ^TEST VIGIL SLATED 
PARADE FOR PEACE 

sli itsn ?fpVS''/0«ANGE DENTAL HYGIENE SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO TEETH IMPLANTS 

''Ufe^gE!i^'r-c2R%^iiGl^rrT^Si^^ """°^ ^' DENTISTRV 
FIGHTING TOOTH ntCAY °^ 

EFW UTIL UE COUNTY DENTIST 

PI AW^f^ll?, '''■k'?''"5''f° TOOTHPASTE TOO, 
PLASTIC SEAL URGED FOR KIDS" TEFTh 

''ENTAL CARE MONTH 

R. N. HARRIS SCHOOL WINS DENTAL PRIifc 

°''"'*k^f9'J''"»f '0*1 "F N.C., INC. 

OFNTAL CROUP SELECTs'rilj'FROM JURhAM as OFFICERS 
DENTAL HEAL TH 

KITS PROMOTE DENTAL HEALTH 

DENTAL HYGIENISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DENTISTS. N.C. 
"U,W^?S^27^;:f??'S^,!p?^NTAL ASSISTANTS 

DENTAL BOARD'S RULE UPSET 

DENTISTS CALL RUL ING M I S f AK E 



PROFESSOR SAYS 



DENTAL INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
CLAIM UNPAID 



DENTAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

DOc"TU'"ic'Ji??T „'S^ EG.N IN ^uRHAM 
DENTAL PATIENT AWARDED «65, 001 

DENTAL RESEARCH 



oSVS ""f-!' o'^'^tIl^rVr" "'f^" ^^"'^ '0 IDENTIFICATION 
P»ENAT»L FLUORIDE EFFECTS DEBATED dY RESEARCHERS 

DENTAL Support associates, int 

Pl^"L'!^?f?l;^'«" «"NOUNCED 
FILL-IN DENTISTS OFFERED 

DENTISTS, Durham 

^^Ir,.*t5" OURHAM/ORANGE DENTAL STriFTv 

^?ii";TvrT?t°Ls^n'5j;?'5?°'"'°^^^ 



JSPENSION 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 



DENTISTS, N.C. 

SfE ALSO DENTAL CARE 

III :tis M'.j^k.r'''""''' ''•'^• 
'"E;i^Tf?,^'*^icL"R^?iSG-sv;?ftE"'^^ 

gf;*'": SUPPOrS fWm ANNOuNcId 
FILL-IN DENT STS OFFERED 
DENTAL PATIENT A WARDED »65 ,001 
DENTURES 

SEE ALSO DENTISTS, N.C. 

IMPLANTS GIVE DENTURE ALTERNATIVE 
DENVER BRONCOS 

SEE ALSO FODTBaLL 

DUPREE SIGNS WITH BRONCOS 
DEPT. OF ENERGY 

SEE U.S. DEPT. OF ENERGY 

DEPRFSSION lEMOIIONAL STATEl 

n" c^-giTT^Ai; N~?rhE^R^rsf?^r 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS "tPRESSION 

0F^5ES??D^'.||g 1L,'$l,iV,''U?'' "' "'" '"' °"^^ °"E 
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?'FVrEl'SU?F^^i?r?o"rTS AN INTRODUCTION BY HO-ARO HUGHES 
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"'^^eI iLSo'-SEnt'lSsINESSES 

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?2^I?l' l;i5 CHILD DfEO PF aVEJOnSf 
•HUMAN fRROR- CAUSEO CHILO'S TEATH 

IIOXTN 

SEE ALSO HA^AKOOUS MATCBIAL'; 

s^p^rcVLs^?:-'iSE-??R^^^'^!!urc^?^^ 

EFffCTS Of OInXINS DESERVE FULL iTUDY 
DIPLOMAS 

SFE ALSn COLLFbfS, U.S. 

FAKF DIPLOMAS TAftr.ET Of PROBE 

INDICTMENTS -ifINC Slur.HT IN PIONY COLLECf nFrRFF^ 

o^"f!A-i^v^^3^N^'""°"^' 

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"ip'l0'N'orl'3fiP0MA°S ""''-"'" ""-'-^ ^""^ CUNTROVERSY .T S.C. 

;5IoTT^i^lL'^??LSlil^s'l[RrDf?2^jFA"i?Ly-"- 

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PROBATION PROGRAM LEADS LAHBREAKtRS TO DIPLOMAS - 

dipscam 

SEE FEDERAL UUKEAU OF INVESTIGATION, DIPSCAM 
IIRECTOR lES 

«HAT'S IN A NAMf? MONEY, FOR ]NE THING 
DIRT BIKES 

SEE ALSO bicycles 
SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 

BUES CRASH: FATHER DIES, 



SON INJURED 



DISABILITY PENSIONS 

HUNT PLANS FREEZE OF PENSION :uTOfFS 
DISARMAMENT 

sfE ALSO noMjs 

SEE ALSO SALT II 

A RUSSIAN EKILE-S ADVICE ON FIGHTING CUMHUNISM 
DISASTER AIO PRUGRAMS 

16 COUNTIES SEEK C ROP-OI SAS TEl AID 

HuVr DR^S^yH^f'!! M^! 0%°^ c'.^'fssS^'" ""« ""' 
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l\'^r.,m^A S??;°iYfL'°5 ° i- Slfei!£T RELIEF 

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C0N'?lE"sSSJ^\^K^^°?0'??5R"gRijaH"f AID 

!?^£iJt t"'^" "■ FARMERS' WOES VOuFD 
U, P?l^?E'^^iE^^;Ef?o"e ? ? 

"'^flP" EVACUATION PLANS 
SEE ALSO SURVIVAL 

FUHl'.°fn^P'^ iitr '^O'iCES EVACUATION 

OIS.STER-CQNtkSL PLAN IS^'NE'^rcOMPLETION 
DISCIPLES Of CHRIST 

CHURCH IS NO Cult 

OlSCLOSURE ACT 

SEE Criminal evidence 

loiSCnvERY LAH 

' SEE CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 

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T WANT TO LEAVE CHARLOTTE MUSEUM 



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seE AGE 01SCSI^^I^l»IICN 

SFE JOB oiscai"in«tlcs 

SEE «ACIAl OISCBI-flNinON 
SEE SEX OISCAIHINATION 
SEE SE« SIESEarTPcS 



"'"'JicUNEfsEEN CuriINC NUHBEX IF JISfAStS 
DISEASES ISfcE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES. 
Ill It'sS ttz^EI-E^-S DISEASE 

111 itlS "Ekeua nervosa 

ill ItIS Ull^ltno DISEASE 
SEE ALSO COLDS 

III i[l°0 l?STIC FIBPOSIS ^^^ 

U= ALSO ENrESBACTER CLOACAE 

SEE ALSC EPIOEMIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO fPHc^lt.,,, 

SEE ALSO fvE niScASES 

SEE ALSO GLAUC3"A 

SEE ALSC GgsORRHi:' 

SEE ALSO "c-CPrilLlA 

SEE ALSO mEPaTIIIS , „„^. 

SEE ALSO hCnIIsGTOS'S ChOREA 

III aCIo infants, diseases 
sfE ALSO infections 

III ttl^ [^^V^^NitREs disease 

III :tlS tf^lS^^.SE.SE 

III ttIS SccipAUON.L -EALTH DISEASES 

SEE ALSO OSTcOHYELITIS 

II iti^ ;ii'AtT.;hii^iVoi\ DISEASE 

SEE ALSO PSORIASIS 

III ttIS IISWfcO-.-lNEO IH-ONE OEFICUNCY 

SFE ALSO SHINGLES IDISEASFl 

SeI ALSn SICSLE CELL anEIIa 

III ttIS T^S;ic-?«nCK SrNOPO^E 

|fe also TURNER'S SYNORONE 

SEE ALSO VENEREAL DISEASE 

"IaM^; Vulil PRODUCED SY«PTO«-; OF OlSE'SE 



niSPoTf SEIILE-fc-jr C^ME' 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C . 




srrp2T?'ji;:tc's i;i'A'R^rp[AQuE lu nf-spapf« 

"'^'°i^.^K'iSS5K:Vi'sS&!ifpSSFtfi?ipAT .COOL'S 
"'^rEE'lLtn'oSRMlVD'lSTRICT aTTORNFy'S DFFICF 



iGOLDEN GOOSE" STORE 




nivtRSiFiEP Fuels of mIlSON 
grounosreamnc meld 

"'"see alsi deep-sea diving „, „, 
III aCso scuba diving IACRONY"! 

BE AT-Tnf— <EAT LrAP 

""SEE^LSO ALIENATION-OF-AFFECIIDM 
SEE ALSO »LI"0NY 
SFE ALSO ANNuLIENT 

|e= also Child custody 

SEE also Fa-ILY structure 
^NUPTIAL KNOTS CUT EARLY 

DIVORCES DECLINING 

BELC. TMt GUTTER ,,„, ' 

un SFnFFi4lNG DUALITIES 

:Van?I silT SEEKS iJJ. 000 

■FOB TmE love of EcTSY- 

divokce not a stigma 

"'"""'sliATOR-SUbn FOR DIVORCE 

ahIiay figures IN DIVORCE SUIT 
HASKINS V* HASKINS 

2iAr^is^5inT'S^''§.S3ScE-..TTLE STORY, 
I-.AY BUSINESS oiscyssEo 
f-FlJ8ii.Y"t^5So5/i ;P0 IN .HW.Y CASE 

::i5^rGj3^pi''?^pv i? : t^?^SI^r^4NDMENT 

lai<yE» mITmOrakS from amkay c»st 




2 1/06/93 C 11 



2 I0/0<>/S3 u 3 F 9i0 



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2/a5/»3 
3/a')/(>3 
3/16/83 
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4/30/83 
5/0O/83 
6/06/83 
ll/0'./«3 
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3/13/83 1 

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7/30/83 C 1 

7/30/83 A 1 

9/03/'>3 S 1? 

9/0'./83 C ' 
a/05/83 A 

9/12/83 a 1 

a/13/93 A 3 



S 2 a/0'./93 A 5 



2 7/15/83 A 1 P <30 



2/26/83 
3/21/83 
i./15/e3 
<./l<>/93 
<,/JO/83 
5/05/93 
a/22/83 



3/25/83 A f 

<,/02/83 3 

<,/a3/83 E 1 

'./ll/e3 A 7 

<,/21/93 A 5 

5/03/83 8 1 

5/12/83 A 5 

5/25/83 B I 

0/23/93 A 15 

1/24/83 A 9 

7/0<)/83 S 1 



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"'"' ^I?6-Uil£dSeER T.OPhUS Cf.TE- 



STAGE AT 01 »1E Classic 



2/0'./e3 A 

3/0'./83 A 

3/11/83 e 

4/17/83 A 

6/16/83 » 



2 1/28/83 C 



unthly/an-^ual 



N y £ X 
12/31/83 



Pace 175 
1/17/81 



DIXIE classic gains fast FOLLTUIUG 

niXON MOUSE 1 MILLSPORUUGH) 
RESTORAIION SET 

OUPSON d JOMNSONt INC. 

tJI'5.J"S'^"*Sr DEADLINE SOUGHT UY DEVELOPER 
CENTER OEVcLOPER SAYS 0?A0L1N^ MOT SOUGHT 
CITY COOL TO DEVELOPER'S TERMS 
DO»NIOHN CENTER ILLS DEPRE SS I-J GL Y FAKILIAR 
f^r^kt 19 ?"T CENTER DEVELOPERS NEXT LeK 
CENTER DEVELOPERS WONT I-ROS- LAND DEADLINE 
NO DEADLINE SET ON CENTER LANl 
OWNERS REJECTED DEVELOPERS' OFFER 
?cJrlo'?fTc°o,"^J;c'?l'?. 9'^. "CENTER OFFICE BUILDING 
CENTER SITE PLANS TO GET EXAMINATION 
^"UI'-LilKGES DEVELOPER TO STA^T 5UILDING CENTER 
TIME FOR BRICK AND MQRTAR 

VIcJ t"mo\oSple{'- "'^' "-"^ CENTER DEVELOPMENT 

Pll-'JI ON CIVIC CENTER KEEP CROPPING UP 

CENTER CONTRACT CHANGES DEFINF DEVELOPER'S DUTIES 

POWELL IMPATIENT WITH DEVELOPER "UUtb 

FRIDAY IS CENTER RESPONSE DEADLINE 

CENTER CONTRACT DEADLINE WON'T BE MET 

ill\hyi 5ss^?c.',^f lii^it^^DS^^y^.j^w^^sEESin^^sv^ooSr^'^^ '" "'^ 

CENTER DEVELOPER ASKED TO DEPISIT CASH 

PnwELL ASKS 101 CENTER DEPOSIT 

TIME IS RUNNING OUT ON PROJECT'S TevELOPtR 

IF CITY'S PROD Fails, soot our OtVELOPEP 

PnwfLL, DOBSON t JOHNSON TALK' OELAYcO 

CIVIC CENTER DEVELOPERS GET SHORT MEETING DELAY 

ilVr'i^'irAV3hiTo\rs']oV\',-,'it''' COMMITMENT ON HOTEL 

COJNCILMEN SKEPTICAL OF DEVELOPER'S PLEDGE 

RS^rS"- SHOLIl-D DEMAND CIVIC CFNTER DEADLINES 

DOBSON C JOHNSON PLAYING "HERf WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH" 

YF^JJ^SJ^? :^it"^ FORESTALL C] N S T» UC 11 ON OF C I V IC C fS TE R 

TEXAS OEVElOPFR eyes DURHAM'S CENTER PROJECT 

CIVIC CENTER INTERESIS TEXAS -IDM 

TEXANS ARE WELCOME TO SPUR CIVIC CENTER 

CONTRACTS FOR CIVIC CENTER PLEDGED, FAIL TO MATERIALIZE 

pFVELOPFR GFTS OFFER ON DOWNTTwN PROJECT ■""^"I'LIZE 

Jcr^g ^t^K J?N??R'lri^T^A^^'^"FRS5"Jrv?L^Si?R 
^^T'u.rc'lik'iil I'o'ir ^«- '''" ^"" C'Vlt^L^^SlLR 

P??^9^ ' JOHNSON REVEAL IHEIR TIMFTABLE FOR CIVIC CFNTER ItARTnONl 
SECRECY UNDERMINES CONFIDENCE IN CUU.JCIL LENItR UARTQONl 

CIVIC CFNTER IN TROUBLE 
CITY COUNCIL SHOULD SHARE BLA"E 

FIRM GIVES POWELL SECR ET T I MET ABL F 

. ':"'?':iA^''ti '2 5^^ '^""C CE'ITEH SCHEDULE 
C^NSE'»"?^E'?A°Br? „Xf"i'n'g" T.jTB.'n ^°"~''°^ 
o'.TLof^i'L'r.r.'i 5!^r^?N?^»'^?;5,f!~'" DEVELOPMENT 

FIRM WRONG TO ASK FOR SECRECY "'"'^' '^'-"'^ 

"5^c"?ENli;"T?iEfrBLr?S'7l^i^JS ""'" ""' "' '^''' 
CENTER SCHEDULE SPURS DOUBTS 
CENTER DEVELOPER EXPECTS OUST-K 
I,''?rc''cn)-,°^''?V°"'-° DOUBLE UE AGGRAVATION 

;ftfepF'R°yrS^A0iSuJ!y\^?r5E%^°fT^\^fffLE^''cV.CE 

ii'.ni s^;?Li2is%:2Ns^^?^^^TA¥"^^ Vo:i'\.i'!.iii'e..oH., 

".^'IrV^!. J^'-'- "^ ABOUT THE TEVELJPfR 

JOHNSON: PACT WITH CITY CAN'T BE LEGALLY ENDEO 

COUNCIL SETS FINAL DEADLINE FIR OEVELOPFR 

CI'J,S»Y 5|v£„ DEVELOPER'S CONTRACT 

RnXl^P'^f'*^ MANNERS AGGRAVATE PROBLEM 

DOBSON C JOHNSON: WE HAVEN'T TONE ANYTHING ICAKTOnwi 

f ?;S:;"I'" ^»|ceo to center oeSflopers '"'<^°°'" 

CITY TALENT URGED FOR CENTER 

UTILIZE LOCAL TALENT 

VOTF OUT THE CIVIC CENTER CROjD 

Snofk^'^f^/^K MALT ON TALK AIOUT DURHAM CIVIC CENTFR 

DEVELOPER DEEPENS FEARS BY SCTLDING CIIY. MEDIA 

iii'h'.ni%n",ro4n'i'-m ■^^-■"■^iii^s sis^^oper says 
3?^?^^%!]£%'^^n-}j^mS:"5SmSi^^^^"»^ 

DOBSUN C JOHNSON: "GO 'WAY!" I CAR TOOM 

^ES'T^^^S^jL'^TfSrsi?S'n£?^roi'sui?il^^ '"' "'^"^^ "'^'^ "'" "^ ' ^f"^ 

?fVn2''l'i',l V},^1,'")^ -'"^^ " l-*LIGHING MATTER 
GET ON WITH BUILDING THE CIVIC CENTER 
?SnSrJ°c^?i'5''9;¥,°f>"^'-°f«ENT LONG, TORTUOUS 
rVuYf'rl^fSI ^9V% ""'■f ■" CENTER DEVELOPER CHOICE 
CIVIC CENTER: COUNTY ASSURED )OLE IN SELE C T I NG OF VFI npFO 
CITY COUNCIL ID DECIDE ON DE VE LOPER • S CON TR AC I ""^'■°'^" 
COUNCIL DELAYS ACTION ON I SSUE OF DEV FLOP ER 
DEVELOPER DENIES DEFAULT ON CFNTER 

o2''IH- '^i^'I^'' '0 NASHVILLE TT DISCUSS CIVIC CENTFR 
POwELL, DEVELOPER TO CONFER' '='-"^» v- i V I L LtNltK 

POWELL TO VISIT FRIM FOR TALKS ON CIVIC CENTFR 
CITY MANAGER'S TRIP TO NASHV IL L E DEL A YED 
DEVELOPER'S DELAY MORE OF THE sSmE 

^hL',', h?r.r,'. f3%iL'K"^,^s"c'i5T;^'?^s?K^ANT 

?V^w"ruS°?E'^?iriEE^?'5?R%^'"^^"«°" ^'^"^''^^ "'^ 
f'^P,V?r ^k'.li Sc^'^I!" STRATEGY DISAPPOINTING 



P D DATE C JG 
H 2 3/06/83 b I I 

S 2 10/12/83 C 1 



COUNCIL LOois RE^rTO ACT ON DeJeLoPER " "^ 
CIVIC CENTER CONTRACT: LITTLE OONF, LITTLE Ow 
THE TEXT OF THE CIVIC CENTER CONTRACT 



1/06/B3 

1/06/83 

1/07/83 

1/08/83 

1/18/83 

1/25/83 

1/26/83 

2/U/83 

3/12/83 

3/22/83 

3/2'./n3 

3/27/63 

3/31/83 

4/01/63 

<./02/83 

'./05/83 

'•/22/63 

'1/27/63 

'./2<)/83 

5/02/83 

5/05/83 

5/06/83 

5/08/83 

5/12/S3 

5/13/63 

6/01/83 

6/01/63 

6/03/83 

6/05/83 

i/O-J/B] 

6/10/83 

6/1 1/83 

6/12/83 

6/15/83 

6/15/83 

6/16/83 

6/20/83 

6/21/83 

6/21/83 

6/22/83 

6/2<./n3 

6/2'./83 
6/2<./83 
6/21/03 
6/2')/83 
7/01/83 
7/02/83 
7/02/83 
7/05/83 
7/06/83 - 
7/06/63 
7/07/63 , 
7/08/83 , 
7/10/63 1 
7/15/83 1 
7/18/83 I 
7/l'J/83 I 
7/21/83 I 
7/21/83 / 
7/21/63 < 
7/21/83 / 
7/22/83 1 
7/22/83 A 
7/22/83 C 
7/23/83 C 
7/24/83 C 
7/24/83 
7/24/83 
7/26/83 A 
7/26/83 fl 
7/28/83 A 
7/26/83 A 
7/28/83 A 
7/28/83 A 
7/2<)/63 A 
7/2'3/83 A 
7/30/83 A 
7/30/83 A 
7/31/83 D 
6/01/83 A 
8/02/83 A 
3/02/63 A 
6/04/83 A 
6/04/83 4 
8/04/83 C 
8/05/83 A 
3/06/83 A 
3/10/63 A 
3/11/83 A 
6/12/63 A 
8/12/83 A 
8/12/83 A 
3/12/83 C 
3/12/83 C 
8/13/83 A 
3/14/83 D 
3/14/83 
3/16/83 A 
8/16/83 A 
9/17/63 A 
3/l')/83 A 
3/21/83 A 
3/25/83 A 
8/26/83 A 
3/29/83 A 
3/30/83 A 
8/30/83 A 
9/02/63 B 
9/02/83 A 
9/03/63 C 
9/07/83 B 
9/09/83 A 
9/09/83 A 
9/12/83 A 
9/14/93 A 
9/14/83 C 
9/16/63 A 
9/19/83 A 
9/18/93 
9/18/83 



BYL 

W60 



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N K90 
N 551 



N 


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N 


K9n 


N 




N 


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K90 


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N 


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N 


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N 


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N 


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N K9Q 

N S51 

E 

E 

N S51 

N 861 

N K90 

N 

N S5l 

N K90 

N S51 

F 

T R56 

N K90 

N S51 



N S5l 
N K90 
N K90 
N 55 1 
N K40 



N K90 
N 551 
N K90 
F 

N 551 
N K9n 
N K90 
N S51 



N B81 

N K90 

N 881 

E 

T R56 

N K90 

N 861 

E 

N B81 

N 

E 

N K90 

N S5 1 

N K90 

E 

T 856 

N K90 

N S51 



' N K90 
N S51 
N L41 
E 

N K90 
N COS 
N K90 
E 

T 856 
N S51 
' N B61 
E 
L 

N S51 
N K90 
N 381 
N S51 
N S51 
N K90 
N 

N K90 
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N 
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iRi:i#f ;;i>kllf:.. 

iJH^li S l^«L,,c .,,,. .... 

rCKiTFB Plan Nt^t.tii*'*' "r.rcriu' riN f-MTt" PALI 
OtiICR ACTION '-'f^V^^er^TCD panP^SFD 

?bs^^i.:;?i?^ ' ; p ,fri??i^5E??'^> to settu 

iSy:;^iECT"a '..iSs ""JS^J'^'lar" OR CIVIC CENTER 
°j?[;^J"TSif? Ri?'»?? So^S CnuNCa SE.T -EEK 

"^^ "Sf^SKElfniE -."SIC 

"'^^?^iL?^ .M-.L ATTACKS 

^"„.J^i°,,fSir ITES 0.-,|« ^^ ,,,,,.ATHE. HOU-.TAI. 

fr^LUs -A»N MMi^EN OF IOCS 
^t" Ittacked by dog 

8n^"sH0T'-IN OEER CO-POUNO 
?y!5i^t'JiSA foUcliAN SHOOT. 000 



OOG^COKTJOt ^^„^^, ^3^„ 



T, ANIMAL C:iNTaOL ADVISORY CO-'-IITEE 
SEEALSO OU»MA» tUOiTY ANIMAL LJ 






JS?S2l^*U1EsS . P 1-^ PROBLEM -a.TH rACKLI.. 
iSr-r^^N^-SPTj La-E ,„., „o,,,, CANINE .ANEATERS 

PYTHONS. KANGAROOS LESS "UR"i 

""'^ '•iyl^JoKES OOG EEES, TAGS 



1 



DOG SrtO.«S 

SiSo^pS^ THE SHO- 

^j« esHi^:-^? oSii^iAT.oAY 

ANGEL ANO DOLLY 
FINAL IOUChES 



OOGf IGHl INC. 



OOGS 



li?^%'lkI^:^IUc'iSENA LEA,S TO ,0-PLOS AR.ESTS 

III itis ^^iri^^ ??si 



III ttsn "reuLL TERRIER? 

Ill it g POLICE OOGS 



•m(mm^^"''—' 




CAST 



SET 



fB^M^'^-'- '^ 



NOT ENOUGH M'*|_,. y.TH Th6 P? T SET 

r''y»%iV^H';:lo AFTER OISPUTE A.C.T OOGS 

GO TO ''OU" "I^I^I^S D.--NO ANCHORS. THOUGH 
^?J!^^l?^Rf:C^K°gN';;NGINGB.LL 



DATE 



S 

I PC 



q/lO/03 A 

■j/zo/ns A 

9/20/B3 A 
9/2n/93 A 
9/21/83 A 
9/2l/"3 A 
9/21/P3 a 
9/2'./'!3 A 
l/Z'./RS A 
9/27/13 A 
9/27/83 C 
10/07/63 A 
lQ/lS/fl3 A 
lO/31/'i3 A 
U/01/n3 A 
11/03/S3 A 
12/06/33 A 
I2/09/B3 A 
12/09/R3 A 
12/09/83 A 
12/1V»3 A 
12/Hi/"3 A 
12/16/83 A 
12/17/83 A 
12/17/83 A 

12/18/83 
12/l8/''3 
12/20/93 A 
12/23/83 A 
12/2'./83 B 
2/30/83 » 
12/30/93 8 
12/30/83 A 



N K90 
N S51 
N <90 
F 
N SSI 

e 

T 9S6 

N S51 

N 

N 551 

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E 

N K90 

N K90 

N S51 

N K90 

N «90 

•l <90 

N SSI 

E 

N K9(1 



F 




F 




T 


RS6 




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1/09/93 A 
2/21/93 A 
1/13/93 A 
3/23/93 A 
3/24/B3 A 
3/2S/93 B 
4/09/93 3 
<,/lO/n3 D 
5/05/93 C 
6/17/93 A 
a/03/93 A 
8/10/93 A 
8/10/93 C 
9/11/93 A 
8/11/93 C 
a/15/93 A 
a/17/93 A 
9/20/93 A 
12/16/83 A 



1/19/83 ft I 

2/09/83 B ^ 

2/22/93 A •■ 

5/26/93 b I 

5/26/93 A ' 

6/01/93 A •• 

6/2'./83 A 5 

8/09/83 A 5 

3/20/93 A •• 

9/07/93 B I 

9/21/83 9 I 

9/21/83 A 10 

10/0<./|3 3 1 

U/2B/93 A 5 



-27 

M27 



e<>6 

81.6 



H I 2/23/33 3 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 3 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



3/23/83 A 17 P 
3/2''/.?3 ASP 



3/30/93 A 
9/17/83 3 
10/02/83 3 
10/03/83 B 



p p F70 



10/20/93 A 16 
10/23/83 9 1 
10/2<./93 C 1 



K30 
K30 



S ? 10/31/93 C 
H 2 11/01/83 A 



1/05/83 B 
1/15/B3 
1/29/93 B 
2/11/93 C 
2/16/93 B 
2/17/83 
2/21/83 B 
2/23/93 B 
3/03/83 
3/0<./93 9 
4/19/93 B 
5/12/93 3 
5/13/93 A 
5/21/93 B 
6/02/83 A 
6/08/93 A 
6/08/93 11 
6/15/83 A 
6/17/83 A 



1 p P 991 



T37 
C56 
A15 
330 



P F A15 



T37 
H66 



N f^ u A L 
1/01/63 



SUBJECTS 



PACE 177 
l/17/e<t 



fF»EK BE ING iTuniEO 

fiUKS AfiOUMO HERE: with THE P' T SET 

SHUT UP, TJU om MUTTS ! 

PUPPIES NEED CUO&LING 

SoG'Ql'Tff-cI" "" *"EHPT TO REPEAL SUCCtSSldN 

FOLKS ABOUNO HEPE: KITH THE PET SET 

f"l-l<| APOU'iQ HEBE; WITH THE PET SET 

Inbif 'SS""" "fE- l-'fE 1"! DLRHAH 

EOLKS AROUMO HEBE: WITH THE P- J SET 

p?i?fNG"g'.'S2s"""' """ '"^ "■' 5^' 

OOG OA^F 

HOW TENDtB IS TOUR PET? 

DOG WOUNOEU by POLICEMAN'S SHITS 

BARKING UP WRONG TREE 

OQGSi LOST 

ESil^ o??,'^?^,"f'''= ""'^ ^»i MAILMAN JROUGHT 
WOMAN REFUSES CASH, KEEPS MISSING OOG 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: WHAT THE MA LMAN BROUGHT 

FOLKS ABOUND HEBE: WITH THE Prr SET """"''"^ 

F1LKS ABOUNO HEBE: WITH THE pc T SFT 

FOLKS ABOUNO HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

FOLKS ABOUNO HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

OJLLHOUSES 

MAN ATTEMPTS WORLO'S LARGEST ^ATCH HOUSF 
DOLLS 

Of^^fS l-"EO IN TALKING DULL' 

HFLLO OOLLy 

POPULAR TOYS VANISHING 

cA?S9 ''%'i''^^ 5"'^" "'' '"0" SHOT AT ONLY 20 DOLLS 
FOLKS AROUNO HERE: THE WAV THINGS ARE "ULLS 

0^:["^"i>°oVl!,i,°%h,T'^'n^' ""'•^-"''^'■5 SIMILAR 

A HERD OF CAdPACE HEADS 

rSI^J" SJS.J"^"" '0 CABBAGE PATCH 

CONE HOSPITAL TO RECORD DOLL •BIRTHS' 

MAKE A LITTLE CABBAGE MAGIC 
OOLLS TO BE USED TO AID GIRL 

SHE STITCHES FOR HAPPINESS OF YOUNGSTERS 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO BATTEREO WOMEN 

Hi uis ^;3?:;s^^r,s?^~N!c""'"'- "'^ "■^'^""^ o" °^""^" violence, 

SEE ALSO Child abuse, u.s. 

see also FAIILY STRUCTURE 

cE- f!-5H f'!!-'' VIOLENCE AND RA=E CRISIS VULUNTFfRS 

lU t[l°a U?l^,Jiri°D'E^'*" INTERV=NTI0r^l0GV"liM"'""'^ 

EX-HUSBANO is ACCUSED OF 2 KILLINGS 

30Y. u. Charged in death '^"■'•""'^ 

?9^ft!SL'"'< charged IN SHOOTIMG 

standoff ends peacefully 

MAN GIVES UP after STANDOFF 
DURHAM HAN Takes PSYCHIATRIC EXAMS 

Ao^t^^f°rS"'*;"' '" J'lL TODAY 
2"*NGf COUNTY WOMAN SLAIN 

Sn"?rTE?R^'*:D\8?i?^-s"s&^V"'^'^ "^^"^" °" "^-^ 

MAN*'^L?''29?J'' "ECEIVES TWO G^AMTS 

MAN Shut wife, THEN HIMSELF. POtlCE say 

-OUNOED MAN'S COND I T ION srABL= 

N.C. MAN HELD IN CAR ASSAULT 

MAN FATALLY SHOT; H FE F AC ES C H ARGE 

AN 'OLD ChEERLEAOErI SeaOS CRlSfs IrjGRAm 

'""'PE'iL"si°^irTlR?g''wg;;J^" '^"SE SERVICES INC. (ALAMANCE CO., 

SEE ALSO Child abuse, n.c. 

ALAMANCE PROGRAM IS SEEKING S-IELIFR 
OQMINO'S PIZZA IMC. 

liisAc"? 'A'\'i'olW° " «"° 

THEFT LINKED TO 'POWERFUL HUNCER' 
DONNA'S FOLLY 

VINTAGE FASHION IS HER PASSIO'I 
DON'S PLUMBING CO. 

LIENS FILED AGAINST PROJECT 

°'^"''„^S''° "f Flowers whFn Pm ofat iin.iKi 

PROUD WORDS FROM ELDER iv C OME UPoS'^SY-P. THE T I C EAR 
OOOMSDAr 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

MINISTER WRITfS NEWSLETTER TELLING OF SECOND COMING 
OQPCaS MASONIC LOOGE 

see also masons 
Planning banquet 

OFFICERS INSTALLED 
DCSIC LODGE 2a 

Tcli.iri'o', '" 'ELEBKATE 

noBiS' Game room 

MAN WOUNUEO IN Game room 

ONE WOUNOEJ AS SHOTS FIRED INTO GAME BOOM 



DATE 



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6/lH/n3 A 

6/in/(i3 A 
b/zo/m A 

6/Z1/R3 II 

7/07/83 A 

7/20/83 B 

7/20/R3 A 

3/30/63 U 

9/U/n3 B 

<>/17/B3 B 

'5/23/R3 B 

10/12/83 B 

10/23/113 C 

10/25/83 B 

10/27/63 B 

U/23/R3 C 

11/27/B3 A 

12/02/83 A 

12/17/83 A 

12/l')/83 A 



K30 
T37 



1/06/63 
1/13/83 
1/20/83 
5/25/83 
5/26/83 
8/2'./n3 
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1 u 

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1 D II 

1 n u 

1 u 

1 n u 

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1/20/83 A 
3/02/83 A 
5/2'./83 B 
')/07/83 C 
11/20/63 A 
12/D1/63 A 
12/01/63 B 
12/02/63 A 
12/02/63 C 
12/03/63 A 
12/03/63 A 
12/04/83 
12/06/83 A 
12/06/83 C 
12/14/33 A 
12/15/63 
12/16/63 B 
12/16/63 n 
12/17/83 A 
12/19/63 U 
12/20/83 A 
12/23/63 C 
12/25/83 C 



F70 
M66 
64 6 
L41 



1/11/83 t 

3/27/83 A 

3/26/B3 A 

4/16/83 A 

5/12/83 A 

5/13/83 E 

5/13/83 C 

6/12/63 A 

6/13/83 C 

3/15/83 C 

3/16/83 A 

a/16/83 C 

8/17/83 B 

0/22/83 C 

10/31/83 A 

11/05/83 a 

11/05/83 A 

11/20/83 A 

11/21/63 A 

1 1/21/83 A 

12/15/83 8 

12/30/83 B 



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A54 

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H 1 1/20/83 ii 1 N 
S 2 3/03/83 C 1 N 
H 3 3/04/83 B 1 N 



H 2 2/06/83 E 1 P F 

H 2 3/26/83 A 3 N 

H 2 9/16/63 D 3 o u H'ti 

H 2 1/11/83 A 10 N 



S 2 1/07/83 A 12 P P T37 

S 2 7/16/83 A I 1 P P F70 

5 2 11/30/83 C 7 N 

S 2 12/05/83 C 8 P P F7a 

S ? 3/17/83 C 1 N 

M 2 3/18/83 6 1 N 



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12/31/83 



S U B J E C 



DGBQThE* UII MOSPITiL lR»LflCn, N.C.I 

oil Cni«P«Q"ISE SEEHS REASlNJaLE 

SfM^L^E.LVii'-olsECTDR S.rS 01 « "OPOSAl -O^-T S.VE HONEY 

yE"S!;'i£^.!7^t°^^i^oP'fsuSPE.OEC 

OIX M0SPIT4L MILL LOSE 35 oEO'; 

8'u So'sI-'itIl h.S TR1U9LE MLLlNC SO-E ST.PF POSTS 

f § Lh.^.r:in?Jo!?4^^;!.;^j op.-s 

LOSC-TEOM C»«e cuts PliNNEO «I DIX 

l;r^3?i^T;^^s.?°^si^sssi.E"p.T,E.Ts 

OOUCMNOIS^^^ officials: OOUOHNU l-E. 1 1 '.0 CONTESTS FINISHED 
DQUtLiS AIBPORT ICMASLDTTE. N.C.I 

"council bac^s C5ANI for ROU 
AIRPORT SUEO OVER NOISE 
Ekfs^ ruI"vrv^/s"Tl"AJSEl?"0S. OF S..I MILLION A.A.O 

OOVE HONTINi 

SEE ALSO hoNlI'tC 

OOVE SEASON JPENINC 

OGl. CriEMICAL CO. 



"leSfeR"? 'oTsJirE^'.CANCER EPIOEMC- 

^F^if ^F^"?gl,Sl"3i;E^y^^L ST.O, 
CHEMICAL SPILL FORCES EVACUATION 

OOWNTO-N CHAPEL "ILL ASSOCIATION 
"U^pfsEEKf^^ ?{i^DEN?-'BUSINESS 



CE><TEi< PROPOSAL 
3EVEL0PMENT 



nOWNTOMN DURHAM DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
•iFc ALSO OURmA^, N.C.t CIVIC LtN 
SEE ALSO CJRHAH, S.C., DO-NIOWN 

ljri^^E^L?!^:22lMr!^k'ci;f ^^^^i» sessions .rouoht o 

':S^SII?J?:^^^e:^5rS23^cI !r^E.5^-^.LL BE BUILT 
CESTE' DEVELOPER ExPcCTS CUSTrR 



Sel|'?K5=^T&iiCk5^SE£?°^§NC. TORTUOUS 
«l3c?;r5FJ7JISrIf??Nb DISTRICT MEETING 

°'""*^??2E?:irrsA«E?'?o open next -ee« 

I'LL TAfE ONE OF These ... 

GARDEN'S GIFTS 

THE °o-josi^iG^i"°KrTjHi'.;^'A';"oi:NT3.N motel 

DO-NTO-NER FIRE PR03E CONTINUES 
FfRE iSvESTIGATION CONTINUES 
AUTOPST IS PLANNED ON OOOV ,,,., 
SE.*;iCES PLANNED FOR MRS. nhITIED 

"""Uf ALSO DROUGHT. U.S. 

"5£TeI°an''SS«SER helped company LOCATE -ATER 



CORRECTION 

SFE MILITARY DRAFT 
DRAFT RESISTERS 



SEE ALSC AHNESTT INTERNATIOSAL 
?fI also MILITARY DRAFT 

SEE itsn WAR besistfrs- leaguf 

COLLEGE AlO OFFICIALS HESITANT 



ON DRAFT Check 



PASSING PARADE 



DRAG RACING 

III itlc "S eSnaSional "OTROD ASSnCIAMON IIH.A, 
III ALSO ROCaINGhAM INIERNATIONAL DRaGiay 
SEE ALSO ROiaORO IRaG-ay 
SEE aCsO 5T0C« car "aCI'-G 

ROXPORO DRAGS SET , „ , -■ 

HILL »1NS aoxBORO dsag race 

ROCilNGHAM riRAGS aESET 
SoQRE GETS -BIGGEST -I-. 
MOORE «INS ROCKINGHAM 
RFYNOLOS' "ILLIAMS JlN 
RACER LIkES CHALLENGE 
mCSORICKS JlNS 
DURHAM DkIvERS mIN 
FISHER' BULLOCk "In 
FUNNY CARS "UN TOMORRO.) 
MiLLIAMSi FISHER MIN 
" Cl AMS TAKES TITLE 

Sdqoe -INS |'<o i"«A u;l6 , ,. 

OONNl' mOOkE: 'DESTINY'S darling 
National Champ SET FOR ROXBHRT 

OR* I SAGE j w: ^ 



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2 5/14/13 A 


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2 5/15/R3 A 


7 


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2 5/IT/93 B 


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2 5/19/93 6 


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6 


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2 s/lT/93 n 


5 


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2 9/17/93 A 


1 1 


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2 9/19/83 A 


b 


N 


2 9/21/83 A 


b 


N 


2 10/13/83 C 


5 


N 


2 U/09/R3 A 


7 


N 


2 12/12/53 A 


12 


N 


2 12/15/83 A 


15 


N 


2 12/21/93 C 


19 


N 


< 2 12/22/83 A 


7 


N 


H 2 12/29/83 B 


3 


N 


H 2 './a5/e3 A 


9 


N 


S 2 3/09/93 a 


1 


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H 2 <./16/83 A 


1 


N 


H 2 5/29/33 J 


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N 


H 2 7/24/83 A 


4 


N 


H 2 9/02/83 C 


3 


C N UbO 


H 2 5/10/83 A 


8 


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S 2 7/15/93 A 


4 


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S 2 10/26/83 A 


1 


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S 2 


1/01/83 


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7/29/93 


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9/06/"3 


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3/10/93 


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9/21/''3 


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5/25/83 


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C 


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8/09/93 


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S 2 7/07/93 2 P N 
H 2 7/12/83 A 8 N 



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4/J1/83 
4/05/83 a 
4/29/83 
5/04/93 
5/02/83 
5/l»'/93 
6/24/93 
6/27/83 
7/11/93 
7/19/83 
7/22/83 
3/22/93 
9/06/93 
9/14/83 
10/21/83 
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BOARD roLO nf CIVIL Acrion 

8^:it3?|g:i^^E^s°7S^^A!rg.JUS".?""'»^"^'" 

DRAKES 8RANCH IdnjK I 

POETIC VOLUME IS TREND REFLECT ION 
DRAM SHOP LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

i^fillUi^riu r\oriicn i*».^,_ 



s"pSNso2s°s^^i;LLrES^PE??*gifS; i;:i''i2rTA^L''^ ^ "c^f° 

HUNT DENIES RUSHING DRUNK OR?VNC 6U,'° ^^ """" 
LEG .?l?5v2f;L^'^I "'•''= T5''isH oi 'law 
klSi^ttJ'^,^ Jf^ft^^-OR.K.PN DUI LAWS ' 



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A-ENO"ENTS TO ORAM SHOP PROPOsIl UIIL nc rnru 
HUNT USING WRECK ACCOUNTS TO P USHlFf I ?].T?n, 
HUNT: DRAM SHOP BILL TO 8f SEST l- ^ 1= ' SLAT ICl 

SMT^k^JJ^^O^ PROPOSED DRAM SHIP STATUTE 
PUT RESPONSIBILITY WHERE IT BELONGS 

:EM"2s:Li'?EA-g"L°E°iRS?^« 

? H" ""^^^'0~ ™-^"S"^g0P0SAL 
^o'^^"- OKS ANTI-OUI PACKAGE ""l'"SAL 



SIDERED 
CN 




FOR ICARTOONI 



^Mll^^viim^''^^'^^'-' " ' 




KES EFFECT OCT. 1 



COURT RULES dAR LIABLE FOR DA-l »r " < 
I'ES^NS^SJ^^iw'S^ S 5 --"' 

SI'S£SlRrT3L5 = ?O^^C^E' ^ dT^ '" 
ORAM SHOP LAWS TO FAclSEiSU MOST DIFFICULT TEST 
The DRAUGHTSMAN'S CONTRACT IFILMI 
IrTSEEn"'' """I-ER WITH Bric 



AC< HUMOR 



DREAMS 

SEE ALSO SLEEP 



PW?^?,;!,??"! WITHOUT A DREAM 
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS FREUD WAS DiEAMING 

DREDGING 

HSS?5s-gXEiG?2G°?L^?§i^SSi5A?h'^SAN RATIONAL 



ORIFTwOOO 

TREASURES IN ThF 

DRINKING WATER 

SEE WATER QUALITY 



H 3 
H 3 
S 2 



6/1^/93 u 
6/17/83 Fi 
6/17/83 » 



B46 

B<.6 



l/l?/«3 
1/13/83 
1/13/83 
l/U/83 
l/l'5/«3 
1/20/83 
1/21/33 
1/22/83 
1/25/93 
1/27/83 
1/28/83 
1/21/93 
2/02/83 
2/03/83 
2/0^1/83 
2/0<./8! 
2/07/83 
2/0'?/S3 
2/10/83 
2/10/83 
2/10/83 
2/1 1/83 
2/12/93 
2/15/93 
2/15/83 
2/15/93 
2/16/83 
2/16/83 
2/16/83 
2/19/83 
2/20/83 I 
2/22/93 , 
2/28/83 , 
3/02/83 , 
3/03/93 ( 
3/0<./83 I 
3/05/83 ; 
3/05/P3 ; 
3/0<>/93 i 
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3/10/93 A 
3/10/93 A 
3/11/93 a 
3/16/93 A 
3/23/93 A 
3/30/83 A 
3/31/93 A 
5/10/93 B 
5/25/83 A 
5/26/83 A 
6/03/83 A 
7/21/83 A 
7/22/83 A 
8/19/93 A 
9/30/93 B 
10/19/93 A 
11/08/83 A 
U/0<)/83 A 
12/31/83 A 



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S 2 7/21/83 1 1 R u B71 



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6/09/83 
6/1 1/83 
6/1 1/83 
8/27/83 
10/25/83 
11/29/93 



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DRINKS 

Intrl '■?t, HOLIDAYS WITHOUT ALCOHOL 

PUNCH. SYLLABUB SPICE HOL I DA Y CE T^ TOGE THER S 

?i'S:f!i'i^:^fi'^«lp-3-reEN^T0_PREVENT^TEENAGE^^ 

DRIVER EDUCATION 

SfI S^Jr'SR??^;,"^ r»yF?^l\??lr«l EfUCATION 

SEE SCHOOL s!'N!ct,'SR*fJjRSS*S5cJTlgi!""°'' '"OCIATIUN 

ORIVFR'S LICENSES 

SEE ALSO Traffic SAFETY 

co£o«5J[^8!^a ^gi?S-5"?i^'^ ""'"E"^- licenses by age 



S 2 9/17/93 A 5 P P S76 



S 2 12/16/93 B 1 
H 2 12/22/93 C 1 



C DRIVING ^ I VAVAl t t 
S 2 <./08/83 a 1 




DRIVING WITH REVUKED^Ll't'^^^e ,„ „E.^ ,,„ 



1/19/93 A 
1/22/83 A 
1/25/83 A 
2/11/83 A 
2/19/83 A 
2/25/9J A 
2/29/93 A 
3/02/93 A 
3/03/83 u 
3/04/83 A 
3/09/93 C 
3/22/93 A 
4/30/83 A 
6/28/83 A 
6/29/83 A 
7/13/83 A i 



MONT ML 



INDEX 
12/31/93 



L., C»AC.5 DOWN ON PEOPLE DRIVING .FTER LICENSE SFVOKEO. 
'Eii^'*s!oX"'Hls'DMVER-5 LICENSE «Q-E F«0« ThE SEA 
CHANGES ABE IN 0K3E9 
S«'W"^^S?3!5l5rrrE!JNl G^ ^v; TO LHSE LICENSE 

[f^EJ^E^^EiE^Srs'ilpECTED T. USE 
"«"'gE?TUE^Kr.^5.?y^S;^ LICENSE IS AN O.OEAL 

ir^.lVd m^'.li'-riu^llh ' NORTHERNER-S PERSPECTIVE... 

PUBLIC SERVANTS INEFFICIENT 

|!;ini?"wil?"plEc'EOE 'oJlvER-Ll CFNSE kENE-al 

C'J ^? rjHl§s'^lE'."c^?0°5r.§;5Efei^\^?!ENSE HFEICE 

NICE WORDS FOR LICENSE BUREAU 

°"'"SruNk"oS^5e»S should face harch penalties 
CHANGES ARE IN ORDER 

nftlvING vIHlaTIO'iS .„ ^ 
SEE TRAFFIC VULATIDNS 

"""s^e'duRha- city SCHOOLS, DROPOUTS 
SEE SCHOOLS. N.C., OROPtluTS 

r,ar.,r^r fMAPFL HlLL L CARRBORn 

'"Lli'L'A.^''sPuA"S.TIAL "EASURFS 3F CONSERVATION 
hS"N^?iN0i?,i!*n^rs1^??J[i?'-ATF« PURCHASES 

olid to CONSIDER VOLUNTARY C3NSt»VATI0N 
Bth'lJ'll^^^"^^'!^ SaU; -0 ORANGE 
f^liF^nKKpsSSNc'Hls^'SANDATnRY STEPS NE»R 
hillA SfFICIaL F?[f'sTING OF :CINSERVAT10N 
LAKE LEVEL DECLINES ,,,r^t' 

UNIVtRSITY LAKE un»N A6 }' CHt . 
LAKE -IROPS TO CRITICAL LEVEL 
CONSERVING WATER NOW MANOAtORY 

J^E^S^tfMXtnMI-bnr^N^^S^^ «EER .CARTOON. 

^::i^rJSSpl"cSrDIT; to issue saving DEVICES 

POLICE GET WATER CALLS 

5:U"a "p^^^'eJU°?0-/s^^Ia?I0N TIPS 

s:ib'c^i?^;^I?-'^^^^^sr^^,^s'---^""' "" "'"-^'^"^ 

ChIpEL HILL CARS MASHED IN OU)HA« 
SSrv^»^S?V"Y'LAlP»iii?NS STaBl;^^ 

?"a "FArpsfssT-'sJfSiVii^s^;" 

TORRID si-ifR ENDS IN -hIHPER 

HEAR NG ON -ORATORIUM SET 

rM'fllt: rD;J?"D'"DE.A^g"SlLp\TAMLUE UNUERSUY LAKE 

CARRBORO ALDER-EN SUPPOR T «ORA TO* I U-S 

EDITORIAL 'R't^HTaN TARGET 

CHAMBER GROUP SCUSSES -"ATER 

OWASA SETS PUBLIC HEARING TODAY 

c"rbORO -ants COURTS, 'jOJ.S'^hNNECTIONS 

"A^'.-^Sij^^Rf oS'p^ e'Sa^ij'ta^^'^o aJ^s-jSh 

BuM-EYE VIE- aF UNIVERSITY LAKE 

iy.ir.iVu'^ ^D^^-A ?.srsu?n?iDE now 
3::t5?R???;\:?'rsris ./3.NCHES 

OWASA TO KEEP BUYING UAlt" 

0-aSA LIFTS CURBS 

^^l^r^iiJs'-SS'cHlihksTN CONSERVATION OKDINANCE 

"°3^H'uL:^s?;tJ^^?°SE?^!y^oNG. dry spell 

Vf^WAs'"" sSh.ER to REHE-BEH, TOO HOT TO FOkGET 
DRY TIKES AT LAKE H'CHlE 
RAIN HAS LITTLE EFFECT 
Ie'rE SInGIN- in The RAiNt 

wclls not yet running dry 

till '.rcl\.rn.\r.h.p/l^^h - concern yet 

0^^id^Oi^rdf!^l%b-^A^Er?OLO 

'so'm?'dS»h"h f'.S'ers hit by dr:ught decide to OUIT 

1083 BRINGS 000 -EATHER 



SUSPENDED 




N.C. CROPS SHRIVEL UNDER ^U';'_,.. 

c^s;;:t;;i^^^^E'^?Tg.fcRo;*s,rAhERAKEA 

OROii&HT KILLS MARnwnpns 

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9/07/83 6 
9/08/83 A 
9/08/33 
9/08/83 B 
9/03/33 A 
9/09/83 U 
9/09/83 A 
9/10/83 A 
9/12/63 C 
9/12/83 3 
9/13/83 A 
9/13/83 A 
9/1A/83 C 
9/19/83 A 
9/20/83 n 
9/23/83 A 
9/23/''3 D 
9/27/83 C 
10/03/83 A 
10/06/83 B 
10/10/83 A 
10/12/83 E 
10/12/93 
10/12/33 e 
10/12/83 A 
10/13/83 
10/1A/R3 
10/15/03 B 
10/20/83 C 
10/20/83 A 
10/2A/83 A 
10/25/93 rt 
10/25/83 C 
11/12/83 e 
11/17/83 C 



N n<tt 
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N R*.fr 






M 






N 






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N '^'-fa 




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T »56 




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a/06/83 a 

8/06/83 B 
3/20/83 A 
9/11/83 A 
9/12/93 b 
9/13/83 A 
9/1A/B3 A 
9/1A/83 C 
9/15/83 A 
9/28/8J A 
10/13/83 8 
10/2A/93 A 
10/25/83 B 
11/11/93 e 
11/17/93 A 
11/19/93 
U/19/83 A 
U/2A/83 B 
12/28/P3 A 



N M90 

N SA6 

N H90 

N 

N B',6 

P M66 

N 

N B',6 

N 8*»6 

N n'.6 

N T»6 

N K^S 

N 81,6 

N 8A6 



E75 
■*66 
881 

T32 

J56 



1 p 


N 


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I p 


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7/01/93 B 
8/26/83 A 
9/02/83 A 
9/03/93 C 
9/05/93 A 
9/05/83 A 
9/06/8) B 
9/08/83 A 
9/08/83 C 
9/03/9) A 
9/09/93 A 
9/10/83 A 
9/10/83 A 
9/15/93 A 



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SmI'I '1^15 ''*'ION»L DROUGHT ClUSOINarOK 
Hura URITEi SEACaN TO SPUR F A- M 8 Fl t c f 

HJINJ ro SEEK GOVERNORS' SUPPoJr]" nRnurHT 
SOME LEAF EIRHEBS GE T ni SA 5rE! OF w rS . I ini 
LOANS OFFERED TO flRHiHMT BY oloi^H? " 
CONGRESSMEN ASKED TO SPUR DRniTHr »lS 

|a»f «Hn LOST CROPS HoKV? g??-'tKI^s"° 

SPECIAL LOOK AT FARMERS' JOES 5nuFn 
35 MORE COUNTIES GET DROUGHT A in 
DROUGHT RELIEF 8EC0ME S POL I T I" AL 
DROUGHT SEVERELY CUT ALL N.V. FIELD CROP^ 
16 HOPE N.C. COUNTIES Et IG i BU FOR DrSSghT AID 
DROUGHT, OOANoE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

??*5A TO CONSIDER VOLUNTiRrCTN-ERVATION 
STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO CON^FHU" UflTPO 
DURHAM MAY NOT EE A8LE TO SELL SJtIS TO ORiNrf 
CHAPEL HILL'S HATFR LoES WAltR TQ QRAN&E 

ni'!<."'i?cL; INCHES; MANDATORY ^TCPS NEAR 

L^JMVd'l.t'ci'ilil '"'' °' :0NsiR5A?f55 

IT'S LOW 

WATER CONSERVATION RULES MAY "E INuriKFn 

LAKE DROPS TO CRITICAL LcVFI 'NVOKEO 

ii'iM^V'*'^ !(?'" "0" •^ANDATOKY 
SATURDAY WATER USE SPURTS UP 

DROUGHT, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DOWSING 

^s;?RfcS5fSR^r^A???^'^?;ESs?N^;'aLuisf ".Vo'" '^ -^^ 

DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO ADOICIION 

SEE ALSn CHILDREN, DRUGS 

SEE ALSO DRUG OVERDOSE 

A'tln^"u";SA^''^0-ZL',?[oTA^:A^[^^^gR"SG^-J^,^^,"5^ 
m til'. SVf??:,5?"SJ;^G° B e'^ '^'""'- '^""OL -» ««U0 TREATMENT 

III At!3 r.nT,ur.:i:rh«',',s'''" ^^^^^ 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. DRUG Aa/SF 
"iH;'-^2,t!ilr2?V^-^SS°?""f''^ «0^'NlSrRAT10N 

KuSo^iS nI^C^y'r^aSSJ;" ""5^- "-"^^E" """Vl-O 

DRUG USERS 'lEED TO LOVE SELVE" 

STuDY: TEEN SMOKING LINKED TO ORur il<lf 

MFFT?Nr.;^uy, P'k^""'" "auSE COMMON 
wttriNOS HILL OEaL with nnurf 

drS?\::,',^i'"^' ""E"" Kg^fight 

•CHEMfCAL PEOPLE* SUPPOHTeo 

drug ABUSE, athletes 

BASEBALL UNION OFF BASE 

-f^nOMl-HR's'T'-H^Mo"""" '"""-' ^ '"" '"""'^ f"^5 
ELLER WINNING HIS 'FIFTH SUPF8 Hnui i 

gSu^S c'llc^ywT?5E"'^"' 

DRUG ABUSE, CHILDREN 
SEE CHIljREN, DRUGS 

DRUG ABUSE. MILITARY 

SfE MILITARY, DRUG ABUSE 



DRUG ABUSE. PREVENTION 



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B 




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A 




N 


2 9/21/(13 


A 




^l 


2 9/21/fl3 


A 


1 "i 


N 


? 9/22/fl3 


A 


1 S 


N 


2 9/2i./83 


A 




N 


2 9/26/83 


A 




N 


1 9/30/fl3 


B 




N 


2 lO/05/fl3 


b 




N 


2 10/22/83 


A 




N 


t 10/2'i/fl3 


R 




N 


2 10/27/83 


A 


1 1 


N 


2 10/28/83 


A 




N 


2 10/28/63 


C 




N 


1 11/1S/P3 


R 




n 


2 11/29/93 


A 


15 


N 



H 3 


8/18/83 


fi 


I 


N 


- 


H 3 


a/25/83 


e 


1 


N 


9'.6 


S 2 


8/25/83 


A 


I ^ 


^1 




S 2 


8/26/83 


A 


6 


'■I 




S 2 


8/26/83 


A 


6 


N 




5 I 


8/26/83 


A 


1 


N 


J56 


H ? 


a/29/83 


A 


t. 


E 




H 3 


8/30/83 


b 


I 


\ 


R<*6 


H 3 


8/30/'13 


R 


I 


N 


R46 


S 2 


8/30/83 


H 


6 


N 




S 7 


9/02/83 


A 


1 P 





M66 


S 2 


9/03/P3 


A 


1 


N 


C05 


H ? 


9/05/83 


R 


t 


N 




S 2 


9/06/83 


A 


9 


N 


'^6 


H 3 


9/13/83 


R 


I 


N 


R^6 


H 2 


9/16/03 





(. 


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9/29/83 


A 


17 


N 





3/1D/S3 

3/18/83 

6/J3/83 

7/13/13 

9/10/83 

')/ift/R3 

10/03/83 

10/J4/83 

1 1/03/83 

1 l/j5/P3 

U/D')/a3 

11/15/83 

1 I/ia/83 

I i/n/83 

1 1/31/83 
1 1/36/83 
l3/0'?/a3 
13/l'!/83 



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N 


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FE. GARDENS POLICE STATION STIRS DEBATE 
DRUG ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

DRUG ADS LIKELY TO INFLUENCE )E0UEST3 FOR NEW MEDICINE 
DRUG COUNSELING AND EVALUATION SFBKirc^ 
SEE ALSO DRUG TREATME-^T PROGRAM 

H?SnKi^S''^"'-E''5 lDrkINC IN SlRHAM 

SI5gi^BS?rJwi?ES^??*rs''fo%f|"™^ -^'»°""5 

DRUG INDUSTRY 

SEE PHARMACEUTICAL CuMPANIES 
DRUG OVEflOOSF 

SEE ALSO ORUG APUSE 



7/06/83 
7/30/83 
3/22/83 
8/23/83 
a/27/83 
9/D1/83 
10/03/83 



2 11/19/83 A 1, 



1/2D/83 
3/05/93 
3/l<,/83 
3/16/83 
3/18/83 
3/25/03 



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N S5l 



S ? 5/05/83 C <. N M23 



S 2 9/26/83 CI N r3? 

S 2 10/21/83 A I ;! F50 

S 2 11/0 5/8 3 A 3 N COS 



MINI STRA flJN 



5VEK00SE OF DRUGS 
TVERDUSE 



13"vFj5"'^rR "gSPIfALIZED FOR 
TEEN STILL HAS HAL LUf I Na T t nw ^ 

2rjr2^SsSs^i^?fA?°rii?i/^L^oR^DocTOR 



1/21/83 
1/22/S3 
1/29/83 
1/30/83 
6/05/83 



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N N U A L 
1/01/03 



I n J E X 
12/31/C3 



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i,/l6/B3 i 

"./ZZ/flS 

5/21/n3 

S/Zi/Bi 

5/25/B3 

5/28/33 

5/20/('3 

5/311/85 

9/19/83 



0„UG |NIfM.G guOS ^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ 

sSlfFING MG « BIG HELP 

JrlfS??" S.i"«SG Cm€CK OlON-T Mil «EAL PSHBLEH 

nftuG TmcRaPV 

SEE CHE"0TM6»tP» 

IKUG TRcAIxENT PaaCKAN 



S 2 6/0'./a3 » 



^^E»i^^^«ii-E;;T'?^siJ.''?.SED 



DRUGS 

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HI XING 

OOUC A 

ALLESC 

A 0»UG 

DEVICE 



jCCUTanE (ACNt DOUGl 

ACTIFED 

ICCLOVIR 

PABBIIURATES 

COCAINE 

CDUGM -EOICINES 

CYCLnSPD»IN » 

PsPSONE (0«U'".1 
DlLAiJOID 
hASHiSM 
HEROIN 

INOERAL 

INTERFFRON 

Lsn 

lGRaZEPam 

WAR I JuANA 

"■ETHAjUALONt 

MjOA'^OR IDRUGI 

I-INOXIDIL 

NEUROLEPTICS ,„„., 

N.C. ORUG TASK FORCE 

QRAFlEX IDRUGl 

ORPHAN DRUGS 

prp I "ANGEL OuST"i 

PAl-. KFLIEVERS 

PFOPLE'S PmaRHACY ,.^ 

PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES 

PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

OUAALUOE 

STFkOIOS „ ., 

TAGAMET (ORUGI 

tRANOOUUERS 

li^'^Uc -tOIClNES CA. «AK| VOO CRAiV^ „^.^,,, 
-|ifhS^fsi§U -Nqj VEDICINETAKFN 



=^EiSii^!?:°tsiNH;ui^uiGrsoisoNs 



""-ioSiir^ll^^^S'-cjAjS^f^^lcTEO 

^p3;;^crS'A?i'2Ei? SSi^CS. DETON.Ta.S 

HAN FACES DRUG CHARGES 

°0t^i°A^l%?f J^o£Nr2?lT;£,s POLICE PRCeE 

g.cTON "E**!,^t,^^s°BjGlK ROUNDUP IN PIG DRUG BU5I 

'j ;rE".uisi?D''irGiii.vaLE 

:A;."Al\E"HSpse:^"HE'F^'cAsris .r^esteo on drug charges 

SSSniriAN^JREST'^S 5^i?N'0NSRnG CHARGE 

»,rPEOPrE'A.Rl^TEn*EN'op5G CHARGES 
S ur ^tSdENTS face DJuG CHARGES 

|%S5?fTl3i?f!S^U^ 5 NTS 

T>:i' c'SS^^J'SAfHSS^pis^ :iuG busts 

p"kF eSsTS DESERVE APPLAUSE 



INVESTIGATION 



l/2f./B3 A 12 
3/0''/83 3 

3/10/B3 : I 

3/23/83 C « 

10/16/83 S 3 



F30 
H23 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

M 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 3 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

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H I 

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H 1 

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H 2 

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S 2 

M 2 



1/06/83 B 

1/07/83 a 

1/07/83 A 

1/1',/B3 e , - 

l/n/33 A 11 

1/17/83 C ° 

l/ig/fl3 C 

l/2<)/83 a 

2/1A/B3 A 

2/27/83 A 

3/06/B3 A 

3/07/83 C 

3/08/83 A 

3/0')/«3 A 

3/0''/a3 C 

3/10/83 a 

3/11/B3 B 

3/13/R3 A 

3/15/83 A 

3/15/83 A 

3/16/83 B 
3/17/83 A 
3/17/83 B 
3/19/83 
3/I9/83 
3/26/83 
3/31/83 
A/06/83 
',/n/B3 
<,/22/83 
5/06/83 
5/13/83 
5/1A/83 
5/19/83 
5/27/B3 
5/2B/B3 L 
6/0A/e3 A 
6/05/83 C 
6/06/B3 A 
6/07/83 B 
6/09/85 E 
6/15/83 A 
7/1A/93 e 
7/1A/B3 U 
7/l'./83 C 
7/l'./R3 C 
7/15/63 B 
7/16/83 C 
7/23/93 C 
7/28/83 A 17 
7/28/83 A 1 
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CH4P6L hILL lit F«CeS LtD COU'ITS 
l^'^ii',,'^ ':„'*'-■% ^f-ONfl MAN OH D^UG CUIIMTS 

Cni%J GliAPD SEI765 KLFASURE [llAT 
HF-PIN SALE IS CnARCeO; MAN JARtn 
DA PLANNING in DISMISS DRUG ClUNTS 
fnoTBALL PLAVFR FACES OnUG Cn»«C6S 
DURHAM MAN MUST FACF ORIJG CHA'GFS 
OPG IS USEU IN ORUG hLAST 

DOG usen IN Douc raid 

COCAINE hORTm 133 MILLITN SFI'eCl 

COUPLE ARHESTFO ON OKUG CHARGES 

CnuPL? FACES ORLIG CHARGES 

7 CHARGED FCk CnCAI«<E 

DRUG CHARGES FILED 

17 ARE Ii-.DICTED IN INVESTIGATION Of FOOD STAMPS 

DURHAM MEDICAL fXAHIMFR INDICTED 5IAMPi 

DURHAM OOCTriR FACES DOUG CHARGES 

DURHAM MAN FACES 3 CHARGES 

JflHAN ARRESTED, CHARGED KITM TAKING LSD TO INMATES 

KflMAN HELD ON LSD CHARGES inhaici 

14 Charged in ALAMANCE DRUG PROBES 

K ARRESTEJ FOR ALCOHOL 

M KE HELMS ARRESTED AGAIN, CHARGED IN COCAINE OUST 

CHEMIST FACES DRUG CHARGES 

LEE FARMER ARRESTED ON DRUG C^AI<GFS 

DRUG ARRESTS MAOE IN LEE 

POLICE ARREST 2 DURHAM MEN ON ORuC CHARGES 

3 ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID: 1 ESCAPES ^"'^"^"^ 

DRUGS, CONTAMINATION 

SEE ALSO FOOD CONTAMINATION 

N.C. CUNSUMERS CHECKING PRODUCTS MORE CLOSELY 

DRUGS. DRIVING VIOLATIONS 
SFE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO Drunken driving 

OUI MEANS DRUGS. TOO 

LEGISLATORS hFAP more financial PLEAS 

liF«A«E OF DRUG EFFECTS -"LCAb 

DRUGS, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO marijuana, HEALTH EFFE- TS 

COMPENSATION SYSTEM FOR DE S VICTIMS PROPOSED 
DRUGS, LAWS 

lii ^'-59 MARIJUANA, LEGISLATION 

'^^„i^^" "•5- '"'L.G ENFORCEMENT i DM I N I 5 TR A T I ON 
WORKERS' COMPENSATION RATE lilLL OKio 
PANEL APPROVES PILL TO CHANGE B I NGO R EGUL AT IGNS 
GOVERNMENT SUES FIRM FDR • E XC= S S • DRUG 5 A LE S 
BURROUGHS DENIES CHARGES 
VALENTINE PLANS EFFORT AGAINST DRUG PUSHERS 

DRUGS, MARIJUANA 
SEE MARIJUANA 

DRUGS, PRESCRIPTION 

SEE PRESCR IPTION DRUGS 

DRUGS, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

DRUG LINK TO VIOLENCE UNPR0VE1 

Sci'^.y^^J'"^ "0'' ui«ecr CAus; of violent sfhavidr 

?^?'??'sT'?ALVED"''SN£E't^AS:r '''""' .N^'p'p^Sj?,:;i°"DRUGS 

5^s:if;jys?r?Dr^sf^r-«-""-^^ATiENTs 



PAC.t in J 
1/1 //a'. 




?r,,95 ^5" '^^'-^ TREAT ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
ANXIOUS? VOLUNTEERS WANTED uiirAic 




DRUGS, SMUGGLING 

III '1^52 ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, 

SEE ALSO MAOIJUANA 

SEE ALSO MARIJUANA, SMUGGLING 

SEE ALSO N.C. DRUG TASK FORCE 

officYals '-"----5 ""■"""^ 



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l??Tj°?.f:!^rS^ EXTORTION COUNT "°^' 

SF'JI?0R"KENIEs"FtL"8N?'?,^lRgf?'" ""^PIRACY CHARGES 
MILITARY WILL HELP STOP DRUG TRAFFIC 
HIOH HAULER, IRUNSwICK CO "^"''■"- 



iTri?iR\;?r^sSuS^g"sfFiT^s^w',r'sAYs 

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WERE FEDS IN BEAUFORT BRIBE TRY? 
WILKtS PROJF PROMOTED 

2EfM>,''sFlJ"£r"'!iS 5^' "< CHAUOTTE 
HfcLMi SEEKi NEW DRUG LAWS 



DATE 



6/0<./n3 C 

0/05/13 J 

a/07/l!3 C 

t/l 1/P3 A 

3/1J/I13 C 

a/17/n3 S 

a/23/13 c 

^/2'</ni A 

'i/i8/ii3 e 

<)/l')/S3 C 
'>/27/fl3 k 

1/n/^-i c 

''/27/fl3 C 

io/a5/R3 c 

10/J2/n3 A 
10/26/R3 A 
Il/03/fl3 A 
11/D3/R3 A 
ll/D5/fl3 A 
n/U/«3 
11/1<./P3 
ll/l''/n3 



11/22/R3 n 

11/23/83 C 

11/2A/R3 

12/01/R3 

l2/0''/R3 

12/1 1/83 

12/16/03 

12/20/P3 

12/21/n3 

12/21/83 

12/22/(13 



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1 
1 
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2 

2? 

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5 2 l/27/<!3 A 

H 2 1/28/83 H 
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H 2 1/31/83 A 1 I 
S 2 <./a6/fl3 A 8 
S 2 7/21/83 B 1 



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6/25/83 


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12/0>)/83 


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1 



H 2 


1/1 1/83 


A 


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330 


5 2 


1/1 1/83 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


2/D6/83 


C 


I 


N 




H 2 


2/27/83 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


<,/22/e3 


A 


1 7 


N 




S 2 


5/17/83 


B 


in 


N 




H 2 


6/01/83 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


6/D7/83 


A 


6 


F 


330 


H 2 


6/25/83 


A 


1 1 


N 


330 


H 2 


7/08/83 


A 


A 


e 




H 2 


7/10/83 





1 P 


B 


C19 


S 2 


7/27/83 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


7/28/83 


c 


24 


N 




H 2 


7/30/83 


c 


I 






H 7 


<)/02/83 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


9/05/83 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


10/16/83 


A 


7 C 


A 




S 2 


11/10/83 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/11/83 


B 


5 


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•pui- NO CRIME, c^u»^ Riafi 

MAN HEADED TO cau»r ACAItl ON TuJ CmSOGE 
A-ENOMENTS TJ ORAr. SHOP PRQPO<-,AL HILL 3F CON^IIlFBFn 
HUNT USINr, ,,RECK ACCOUNTS TH P 3s.i LEG I SL A T I ON 
HUNT: 004- SHOP BILL TO aF HEST '■"^ ' ^'■'" ^'"^ 

CHjRL'of?E'^'^^'KR'lS?!^^-?^^5^'"°'"^''"f'"' ""^""^ 
PANEL AMENDS PROPOSED ORAm'shIP STATiITt 
PUT RcSPOriSIblLITY WHERE IT arLONGS 
TEkm fop DJI, MANSLIUCmTER is PROTESTED 

ti^^^jirT;5 ?^'„s^sS'MP° "'""" " "'" °^ 

•DRAM SHOP' LAW WOULD BE PROPER 

LAuVtRS «OULO REAP The PROFIT" 

tf5JI'-?JP"5r''?EP4RINO ACTION ON HUNT'S ANTI-OUI PACKAGE 

LIMITED DRAM SHOP PROPOSAL ADVANCES 

:"»;m SHOP' BILL HILL BE PASSED 

?I^I°f','I5 JOESTION ORAM SHOP PROPOSAL 

<EnfV^^S,L,"'5i;';*;j^f "-'"S SFEM CAUSING RATE PROBLEMS 

SENATE PANEL OKS DRUNKEN ORIvlNG BILL 

PANEL OKS ANTI-DUI PACKAGE 

S?^"G^nniJa^ ^ErTiNci^JgS IN_GREENSBORO 

c!?Fs,f jn'^J^ti '-'«5 SHOULD BF E'JFORCEO 

SAFE ROADS ACT OESERVFS SUPPORT 

INjRAM SEES INSURANCE NFEO IF DRAM SHOP LAm H pmpn 

P'NEL REJECTS DRINKING AGE iMEKoMENT '^ PASSED 

f.^T';°"J.^I'-'- I^LEARS PANEL ONLY TO RUN INTO A SNAG 

INSURANCE PANEL HAY CONSIDER 5AFE ROADS a II 

^i:.M'ss^'7^?iRr^c"rL°i;y?rso^;.^G^^;^"°^"*^ 

p°le': r^o?"guTn'iNf^i^57S^E';?H"^^'°^^ »'^'^'"° 
lllit\l^ii'.'ir^',r'ur.". iN^ z,'^.iT.A'-ru?^w, 
Lvp^°l"h"°^""-"5fS'i^UHfr i^i °- 

io°.i^,'^V^"''^^ SENTENCING Of TEEN-AGFR IN FOUR FATAL ITIFS 
GErT^SgH>SriE°^?L% ■""""'''■' "°'' "' -""y^Ou'llU'o'lhl ,CA 
LIVfNG V. I Tm OeAOLY FRROH PENALTY FNQur.M t^Dft TFCW 

KR'So^fSF^;;j;;s^^H^rLJ2'°^ ^''^ ^o"if"^>'ir.'di'. 
^uSj^^lPoKK^ji^i^^i^r^jf^SN"^ '°^' 

SFNATF APPROVES DU I MEASURE 

HUNT ENOORSES LANDFILL BAN OF SOME HASTE 
BILL hUULD HAVE EVEN GRAMPS IT'S 
INSURANCE PLAN FLAwEO 

c^o^^^?^?f:^.r:::E'Sit;is'jiK5RE"%'?u?fg'"^""^"'^^ 

r^S'-ki .^^o'l* """ "E" f'l-l- STRENGTH 
^o?,9 ?'-^° flJOYEO BEING 'HHEievER THE ACTION »AS' 
PRESS SHUULO RESIST bFIIIG USET AS TOOL ^ ' ^" "•=■ 
CAR HITS G^nuP LEAVING PARTY 

^n5f.Jfr2A?K's°^i! ih'.f.''^'' •''' ""^EC^- 

!^M?"S,f!''^i'^i'ES ORtJNK ORIvIN: LAW 

^"'^"f'J'l-L CALLED UNCONSTITUTIONAL 
CAR HITS S»F£PER; ONE MAN KIL £0 

cik''lT2il;h''-^'R^RG?'S"Air!';hir. ^\ "'-"" '"'''" -'o^'noNs 

MONEY, PUBLIC SUPPORT BOLSTER ANTI-OUI FFFnflT 

WOMAN LISTED IN FAIR C ONO I T I 3 , AF T E R AC C I SeS J 

A ^S•^S"''»^ ?""•'" '=''» ""' LAW GRANTS 

a D TO UP ORINKING AGE TO ^1 SET FOR HOUSE'S ni;I nni 

?fil "inJ't'i t^l.'-k'*'^ WON'T R=0uCfSrINKIN&^ °'" °"-'- 

Ollr^U^S^'lED^rSlg" ""■ ""■'• ^-""TED TO BE TODAY 

JND MAN CHARGED WITH 2 GUIS 

HOUSE APPROVES HUNT'S DU I SlL : AGE HELD TO 10 

? ^PR^i^S^Es'Sfei^K^^^UYSGTL ?fA" fo 

" ?P"t' ""-' r-S^G^f^EuJ'^bN^ir" "-- -'- — 

MAN GETS ".Th DuI CHARGE 

p:r. nrs''.!,'.oV'.'oi °o'.\%r-i¥o:.'' "^"^^' '^"«' ""—^^ 

tecn gets suspended term in D('ji case 

^l aST?"i»"E"sfSLir,^EiSRT.^r^:;?K^' ^--^ "- -'^ 

PAC-MAN TO THE RESCUE? 

TIGHTEN DUI PENALTIES 

PANEL OKS COMPARATIVE FAULT BILL 

TRACTOR TRAILER OVERTURNS 

EOMIsTEN SAYS BINGO PROFITS A! E SIPHONFO OFF 

rL'?rK??E"ji?';;K?^^«i^E'"iDv' n" F'^'" -'-^^ '° "'^ ^-^ 

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So'ills'^E'c3ir'TS?L^E?t«^5SG?f'" ^"' 

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PROGRESS BEING MinE ON Oul PA" kaGE 

SN°Fnr?^^vfc"l ^5ti?°FrR Jc^^rolif C^^f?S^" 
gu"?r'S;r!H\»TErL^0^2^.^° ''"^ '"^'°"i«— ORIVERS 

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HUNT SAYS OUI LOOPHOLES WILL (E CLOSEn 
QUI ARRESTS IN Chapel HILL RTE ^'-"^^° 

PATROL SAYS OUI ARRESTS UP 7 PERCENT DURING 19d3 



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rr/E?AFSs?E2^iT^:;f?"^Trs^jE^r^ss's success s 

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STATE TO lUVtSTIGAT? ALCOHOL SALtS TO MINORS „ 

MAN CHARGED AFTER CHASE „ , , u S 

s;'?t'SESsn!;:nsp"iSLR^^fE";FoS"BN?oRrvERs ADVANCES 

HOUSE TABLES BILL TO ALLOW OO.S IN HOTELS. MOTELS „ 

GREEN AIDE SEFKS HELP ON Jul -ASE H 

iiTCBMATIVP SENTENCES ON INCB-ASE . H 

NUBSESm^NSUflANCF OFFICIALS CLASH OVFK MILL ^ 

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CRACKOOWN ON DRUNKEN ORIVERS J ^ T S <• I -t ARkFS I 5 „ 

COUPLE IS HOSPITALIZED AFTER TwO-CAB COLLISION 5 

JS^N^JtUtvl-.E^MEASuRE "LLE} r^P .CHIEV = M|NT J 

SAFE ROADS ACT TRAINING PLANN:D FOR SEPTEMBER ^ 

LFT DRUNKS ORIVF LIGHTWEIGHT AUTJS < 

mi'^':' i'l^'.W.VVll BEFORE DRIVER CAUGHT ^ 

^i^??k?'^S!sM^f?;y ;?LS?r0RIVFR after crash ENOS chase [ 

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OuSi.i'SMAnh HOPES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 
OFFICERS PKOaf STORE BREAK-IN 

S;S&"FSLKS:"'TH?Yi^E FIGHTING ".KUNKEN DRIVING 
BFUU1"E fcOOZE WARNING LABELS 
SENTENCING PROGRAM AIDS COMMUNITY 
Owl VIOLATORS MAY DO COMMUNI TY c By I C E 

??,^S5""?^lc'yAL".S?"c Is^E '■oivi'l^P AR TO .E WORKING 
5 C?i:aw OFFKeSs PBEPABE fOR DRUNK EN-OB 1 V I NG LAW 
SSiNK'SSlvEBS SHOULO f ACE HARSH Pf''{LT fS 
anOZEBS OEwARFt the law CHANGiS 'onighi 

dbunSfn obivlrs face revocation ,if licenses 
ourhI- p6liCc plan rjo special ow roundup 

fe-Yr.^-S[^?"^?S'K^E-TU«^sSS?r^U^ IN .CARTOON, 

He^ i?'2^f?S^^I^Eg?^?N^S;!?D''l? fei? -WS 

'TVSSt^^s"ppiREN?LY"sTAYING OFF THE ^HADS 
FFwFR OBUNKFN OB VERS NABBEO IN OURHAM, ORANGE 
SbSnSen d5'v1MG IrRESTS DECLINE UNDER NEW L»W 
oul LAW PASSES 1ST TEST 
^SInT^O.-HS FINANCE PROGRAM 

hSnT BACKS HJ'-IOA". SJi??^!"!^ "" '" 

S5^Nr!^^vi'r;'^n?QS.AT'5^uL*%.lv,:RS 

^?2"0RUNrE:;3Sib^NG'r.rDBA-S Sn.F CHALLENGES 

IT TAKES I[Mt TO CHANGE ATTITIDFi 

p5o GOES Ti SCHOOL TO E«PLA1N NEW LAw 

P50 TELLS TFENS APOUT DWl LAW 

ill'l.'A'cil :;':r? rfS.^K*? : oafo.o resident 

CHAPEL HUL owl ARRESTS DECLINE 

l"Ni»?^-3LS"?;i^^E*a ;§?;'' 

? ■fNl7?itM?:'lSI^s'rrSS'.i» NEW owl LA- RISE 

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nul f-J" CONSTITynO'lALirT gUESIIJ.lfn 

""ALD-5UN FMPLOYEE FACES DwI Ch"&f " "^ '''*' 
OPIVtl. ChA«:EO AFTER WREC« 

^gn"^^^rS^c\'3^VL?Sl.^MpS^^?B^,irBE",'V^^"^U.HT RISE. 

owl LAa RULED LfuAL 

TICKETS SOAR IN S-MONTh PERIOI 

NEiV LAW IS «t*RINr, OOHN ON DRIVERS WHO DRINK 

IAN RioiNC HORSE Charged WITH owl 

MAN SENTENCED IN TRAFFIC OEATl 

HORSES BANNFO FROM PARADE 

HAN GETS JAIL FOR DRUNKEN ORWIHG 

SAFE RQAOS ACT CITED IN FATALITIES DECREASE 

owl LAW PROVES WORTH Liiici ucLKfASt 

rfuo^f!'.^ "'4;"^;;" ''"'SON TERM FOR TRAFFIC OFFENSES 
CaMPaIoN: ..FT DRUNKS OFF THE i OAO "i-rcN^tb 

i255ir'SSc?2lr^ ?"?„■* ""OIJ' ALCOHOL 
MAKING PRESENCE KNOWN 

WAKF DISTRICT ATTORNEY SETS LIMIT IN DwI CA^FS 
la-YEAR-OLO GETS 3 YEARS IN OVI CASE " 

S^r '■ = = c5'J^^"f5 -°"f HOLIDAY SPIRITS 
?HiNGE=f 2R^':i??"EhSR? '' '"'° '°' °"'"^ 
OFFICERS CHARGE DURHAM MAN IN HiT-ANO-RUN WRFfK 
?"UNKFN DRIVER CHARGED WITH O^ATri BY VEHICLE 
TWO MEN KILLED IN WAKE WRECK vchillc 

fAu',l jAil^c"""" '°'' """' '" '*-^- 

BABY SERIOUSLY HURT IN WRECK 

PS^;,5t!!?''.'-5'<5 fO FACE YEAR'S MOST OIFFICULT TEST 

ES't'I ?^M"^ "£'5 OF NEW DRIVING laL ^ "^^ 

HOTELS AID •6', REVELERS 

DRUNKENNESS 

SEE PUBLIC ORUNKENtSS 

DRV CLEANERS AND LAUNDRIES 

Vr'-'^.h ""^fiU"- OISACREF ON PLAN TO MOVF LAUNDRY 

f9f Jf';, "95PITAL NEEDS OWN LAINDRY 

STATE PRISONS TO DO LAUNDRY FIR INSTITUTIONS 

OUANEK. STEWART ASSOCIATES. INC. 
PACI IS SOUGHT FOR STAGE 

OUBUSE PROPERTY 

KEEP EDGEMUNT ON HULDi PANEL IRGES 

OuCK DECOYS 

CDNOLEY PRODUCES TRIBUTE TO OlD-TIMF WATtRFnuLERS 
nuCK HUNTIfiG 

SEE ALSO HUNTI'tG 

IJJ LIKE FITS OF PASSION 

UaM S?lK^'AV^^L5^Fa?'pSMTlCr"-"' UHITAUONS 
rf*rFRfJWl. HEARINGS ApPtAR All 'FlHlPll* MP 

-E'Jf«f°«L, should find SoSe IN bCtner AR-" 

BLACK OUCK SEASON CURTAILED 

FIRST OUCK TF THE SEASON 

Sctf'!,.?"'^^; A DECLINE WITHOUT SOLID ANSWERS 

DEALING WITH OUCK, DECOYS AND A PLACE TO COMF Tn 

Rf3^^if?l n'^J WITHOUT RULES ^SRwjTERfow"'^ " 
?lf„^t'"^5 OuCK HUNTERS' TUNEIP 

CONOLEY PRuDUCES TRIBUTE TO OLD-TIME WATERFDulFRs 
HYPOTHERMIA BIG DANGER FOR eOATFRS ""^RFOwLcRs 
HUNTERS RESCUED FROM FALLS L A< £ 
OuCK STAMPS 

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£ ALSO BLACK OUCK 

OyCf HANGS OUT AT DURHAM STo'r' 

COLd'^OUc"' ' DECLINE WITHOUT SOLID ANSWERS 

DuCKS UNLIMITED 

SEE ALSO HUNTING 

si'p^vifsi ^sjovrfiiSG^n" "'''""" 

?VS"?,''.?y,^£"f°"'-ES BANOUET 
RTP SLATES DUCK HUNTERS' TuNEJP 

".^E?!ia?K°!i"E!pri:!A,[??I^?Ac'f.;VE 5f"°J,n^„AG.NG and 

ALZHEIMER'S DIMS 8R IGHT HI SoS, b5t 'cSND°i''oF HOPE IS BURNING 
OUKE ARTIST SERIFS 

SEE DUKE UNIV. ARTISTS SERIES 

OUKE AWARD 

SEE ALSO AnARDS 

Wtsf G'E?f-|S?E'ND"L"Y"AiSlc'r ''"'''"'" ^"»"° 
DUKE CAMPUS CLUB 

SEE DUKE UNIV. Campus CLUB 

OUKE CANCER INFORMATION ScRVICE 
SEE CANCcB INFORMATION SERVICE 
SEE OUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CA^CFR CENTER 

DUKE Chapel 

SEE OUKE UNIV. Chapel 

^""E^HAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCI 

sIe ttlo SfTUlST?'"- ^"""° «=f".:iOIST CHURCH 
SUSY HAriDS 

DUKE Chronicle inewspaperi 

MAGAZINE SEEKING MODELS 

UNC PAPER If CRITICUED FOR UMNG AD 

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DUKE CAMCE REACHES JUT 

"^"tErS?Sn'Si«c UNIV.. ENDO'.MENTS „ ^,,^,„^ 
ill ALSO (IUkI UNIV.. r.IPTS C FU-IO RAISING 
DUKE r.ETS i2 MILLION 

Si2:fi^5ih«A;'SEcl?tE^ G«A.n Uf .5n.2l3 

«AOE NAi-EO TRUSTEE 

PMnn-MFNT GIFTS TOP tie HILLPN 

n <E "nDO-MENT StTURN IMCREAS= NEARLY ".01 

l"ouKE TRUSTEES "LEOGE l". MILLION 

""" ApSrtIeNTS RAISE BATTLE CLOUDS OVER OUKE P3»EST 
FORESTRY MACHINES TO BE SHOWN 

DUKE GARDENS ^ ^ „„r..c 

SEE SARAH P. DUKE GARDENS 

DUKE riOHESIEAO AND ina»CCO f*CI9SJ,9°5?Tl* 
SEE DUKE HGHESTEAO STATE HISTORIC SITE 

"""^ p(]SlIcS'e6s"5?0 on TRAEfIC LT.HTS 

!;?;'ii:rrb??JinrE5^5;§^r^,TH STOPLIGHTS 

DUKE HOMESTEAD STATE HISTORIC SITE 

"fng^.^?0'2gs^52'-?}^5^"EXPANDE. I. DURHA- 

^rTOS^EiKENo'iT^SS^E HOMESTE.O 

HAi RFllRNs''Tn'l9TH CENTURY flR ^UPPtR 
fuTHf SPOIL GhT: this WEEK'S HibHLlGHIS 
PeJSn^ BILLS under' ANY NAME STILL WEST 

royall: homestead grant was a mistake 

Ti^'lSrslSfrlG^Vt'fSlS WEEK'S highlights 

IS IT kEAOY? 

ROuGhING II 

^^n^n'E'^^oV^'l^K^Tt^THISWEEK.SHlGHLlGHTS 

JOIN ThF Fun AT THE HERB PARTY 

f rn^ilViSf ^itrciA^T AT 7TH MOCK LEAF AUCTION 

r.-Tirlp^?t?GiT? Th^^s'SeEK-S HIGHLIGHTS 

^SiJ^VlAg^r^PEN HOUSE 5ET SU.DAY 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HI&HLIbHli 

OUKE"HUMES?Eln TO BE OPEN ON 10N0AYS 

°"'' ?S|SiY"k0LL aOHR' -AS A «EAL ^UO 
FAKE BOMB LEFT AT DUKF HOSPITAL 

SSlL^lir, TO UFAR ANLYAN'S NAMF 
??J;|R^^^8^L^'^ "nSfpiTAL .M.RACLLS. 
DUKE DUCTOaS' SKILL ENDS SHOULDER PAIN 



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DUKE ':;2ttVcl^U^^iDuh HOSPITAL ♦ 81 0, 000 AHE AD UF BUDGET 
OUKE HOSPITAL RATES BEING HEL^ IN CHECK 

OUKE HOSPITAL. CHARITY PATIENTS 

"&UK^'SF?rc!Ar"nrS*l:NPAU"BILLS THREATEN HEALTH CARE 




"""IffALSn'^iK^S^iS. MEDICAL CENTER. NURSES 
see ALSO NuRSEst OuRhA.'^ 

SrSc'Ss^;§N"ET"EDSl?SJ5°SN CTSTS OF HOSPITAL CAKE 

Duke hospital. efOIATRICS fFNTER. UEPT. OF PEDIATRICS , 

lsi^%?^i:"^^si!s^"?ii!ir:3'ciiLSs^^:?jn^55AU%;Mo 

DUKE TO SEEK MONEY ON TV 

OUKE HOSPITAL 
SEE ■ -- - 
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""" firB ^^il ???S^S?^75U«HAH HOME 

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ANLYAN HONORED 



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SEE ALSO POISONINGS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO POISONS 



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S Jl '5 LOulClL PLACE fOR PO I"; Oil- I UFO CFNTEB 

OUKE UNIT Mil BECOME FISST 5 r« TF POISON CENTES 

SSJE'I'tun?arc'Hn^jr " '"°""^ STATEWOE SERVI 

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OUKE 

OUK 

OUK 

OUKF SOUTH FACELIFT SEEN 

TAR HEEL? iJLUE 0EV1L7 

l<^ OUKE TRUSTEES PLEDGE »<, MILLION 

OUKE JAZZ FNSEHULE 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 

MAMPTO,M PRAISES JUKF PROGRAM 

Rf5d oPJi'^l''^ A GOOD TIME FOR SAMPTON 

OEAR old DUKt THY JAZZ HE BRING... 

nuK| MFMOKIAL UNITED METHOOIST CHU' CH 

Sli JtIS S^^So^y^?!' '""'" METHODIST CHURCH 
cSyN?;,1^fiR%^ CONCERTS. REVIVALS 

DUKE MOTOR LODGE ICHAPEL HILL ST. I 

ROoBEOS FIRE AT HOMAN. THEN ESCAPE 
WOMAN ROdflED AT MOTEL cilakc 

OUKE PARK 

bACK TO NATURE 

A DISCJVERV 

GETTING WET 

J LI TTlF REFheshmENT 

OFF Tn tmf races 

HORSING ARUUND 
SUMMER FUN 

OUKE PLAVERb 

m tl-13 5"?"f« THEATER AT DUKE 

SEE ALSO THEATERS, DURHAM 

2?9r"?S!^i'* °" "^ """E PLAY? 

BRIGHT IDEA FALLS SHORT IN OLD-TIHEY •COMEDY- 
2^!^^ PLAYFHS TRY HARD, BUT IT I SN • T IN THE SC R I PT 
PRODUCTION Of •BErir- SCHEOULET SCRIPT 

SinjI \l S'5fU"BING AND WELL-DONE 
rm Ir -J^??"!?'-;.""^ POWERFUL Draia 

PL"tY!R|%l|MMR'?^|„fc°6 ""'"*" ^ '''"'' 
PRICE SHEDS LIGHT ON -EARLY DARK- 

VSOE "gR^^^3cf?0N^f ^L^^lsl :iA''hi^ — " -"'" 
UN STAGE: TREAT, DISAPPOINTMENT IN IIIIKF OMF Arrc 
OUKE PLAYERS TO PRESENT EXPERfMENTAl VSeATtB ?^ECF 
OUKE PLAYERS PRESENT EXPERIMENTAL THEATER PIECE 
OFFBEAT OFFFHINGS BY GUILD PLAYERS P'tCc 

ouke play to compete ""■"' i-laylks 

duke poison control center 

see duke hospital poison control center 
Duke power cg. 

^^Ljt^.P,''!.'''"'""^''^' PhOGRAM 



DEFAULT IN WASHINGTON STATE MAY AFFECT N C iiTri IT 
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s3me'fa'c'?\u22?JL?^-o^°*'°""^ """AL-BURN 

???cJi°:jL?l'S^° ''°" EMERGENCY FuEL 

freeze hikes demand for electricity 

ouJf SSwfS L*?, ,"VI "O"" nuclear plant 
ouke power will sell coal mines 

9l^5^„SS"E" 5hUTS DOWN N-PLANT 
ipO.OOO FAMILIES WITHOUT ELFCfRICITY 
OUKE POWER STOCKHOLDERS TO GET PROFIT 
OUKE WINS, CONSUMERS LOSE P"DFIf 

Ml2^s?a'!'!?^n?tJc''^L°"''E POwei WINDFALL 
MINISTRIES ORIVE TOPS SlOO.OQl 
OUKE POWER SEEKING RATE INCREASE OF 7 »,ni 
OUKE POWER HOPES REQUEST IS FaJorahlF * 

P%a:^^^SS^i-Tfe'II^ 0?^^ ' «?ii!^Ti^ERS 

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CVtRYONF SEFMS TO BE A BROKER 

Pa'sSING%2r.0e"'"" '° " '" ^^"~'^ '^"'^ "^ MCGUIRE 

Sr.fb*t!I'5„''"E'- LOADING OELAYET 

°'il ?OWER ROOSTS FUND TO PROVIDE FUEL TO NFFDY 

StILI???!? r^i^S'^JSL^V^''""^ FJND PROGRAM "^"^ 
!ilitc.rh,f9''^' AUCTION RAPPED 

DU?E PoilS •-f'?.'^.5""?ngN ATTEMPT 



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VESTMENT IMAGE 




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CtilITIFS FACE'^DILEiMi "^" '^^^ CUSTOMERS IN DURHAM 
HOMES GET ENERGY AIO FROM FIRH 

IT/.l'yll °c'iNL["''ll,Jrj'° -"'""^ TO FALSIFY RECORDS 
DUKE POWER CANCELS NUCLEAR PUNT 

SlJJ^'SSw^^-S;; lin '.IIIVi^kI "'""' "^-"^ '° ouestions of future 

DUKE POWER TO SELL VIRGINU ClAL MINES 



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DUKE HELPS INSULATE O'.J HOMES 
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oSkE POWER OFFICE IN CHAPEL HILL 

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rpLI5°Fj,f |A5sTu«E"J"rM"lNG MONEY ON MISTAKES 

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ANCIENT GRAPPLER OF MADAGASCAR 

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riE5"irE%t'ES?:JU^^5Kr?UND-R.>S,NGG.LA 

OunE SPQftT5 MALL JP PAME 

rGlE'"A-i;:E"UDu2V?ES ,NT0 DU<E-S hall Of FAME 

SuKE CERE-ONIES SET TOMORROW 

CORRECTIONS 

OuKE Sr. SENIOR ClIIiENS CENTER 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
GRAY FU»ES PRESENT GIFTS 
END 10 MANDATORY RETIREMENT U> GEO 

OUKE SYMPHONY^^^ WIND SYMPHOf-Y 

SEE ALSO OuRHAM SYMPHONY , „,. , c T 

ALlIn oONE TO CONDUCT LAST CONCEkT 
BONE TAKES LAST BOw 

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7/11/83 A 
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7/20/83 A 
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DUKE SYMPHONY PLANS CONrEST FIR CIOXPI 

DUKE UNIV. 

SEE ALSO ImE SUHtn (STaTuFI 

seasch shOms pabemtSi teachers noiNr, inn 

OIRECTiriNS TO OUKE: BETTER SI:nSNEEOeS 

"'7iP|A?J;S" ••• "^ «°^''t'I^S'AS'0UNQ°iCARr00Nl 

BROADCASTING DELAYED 

MOVIE MAY BE FILMED AT DUKE 

MOVIE SCOUTS STILL 'HUNC, UP' IN CHAPEL HIl. 

°':'Sf = ?*^ •l-'-t"' FILMING ON CAMPUS 

KARNER MAKING MOVIE AT DUKE 

DUKE UNIV., AOMINISTRAT ION 

SEE ALSO nUKE UNIV. PRUVUST 

SVl'L"'"''"^"'- '<«MEO DEAN AT DVRTMOuTn 
BINDEWALO GETS DURE POST 

HAVELY QUITS DUKE TO HELP IN -1 UN T DRIVE 
DUKE UNIV., ADMISSIONS 

Ut ^'■52 2""i UNIV., ENROLLMENT 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., STUDENTS 

fi'^l!'!*'' ereshmen for duke tocgh PRoriss 

CDURSF hike WOULUN'T AFF EC I P 1 ANGL f PUP 1 L S 
fn|-Mrt'?°V''!° "PE: WITH THE Hi GHER EOUC A ION SET 
S?rVf9l.^'^y''"l" »D"'SSION STANDARDS 
REGISTRAR: OUKE NFEOS MONEY FOR STUDENT AID 

OUKE UNIV., ALDNNI 

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MEDIA BLAMED FOR STATE OF PRE', IDENCY '-"'"="'-' 

ALUMNI ESTABLISH AHARO TQ H0N3R CHARLES DiikF^ 

DUKE SURVEY OF ALUMNI SE EK S O NF 1 SeNT I AL V^ I^S 
OUKE UNIV., AKChITFCT 

JS^E"5:;K??'^^^^^^g,iVSES?l"'' ALTERNATIVES 
OUKE UNIV., AUAROS 

''0UKE'SuR?E?s"ES0RT''il^S*pSl2.-"" Q"TST.NniNG VOLUNTEER SERVICE 
DESIGNS HONORED 
T«S'«?n'mI}:;%^^?^^"^ -"-5 ""»5 FOR QUALITY 



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f.'JS^ I" ''E'^ 1ST NEu OUKE ALUMNI AWARD 
!?°2S^^'';,'"'OVI0ES FOR DUKE PRIZE IN ARTS 
tl.Oon ARTS PRIZE ESTABLISHED AT DUKE 
pUKF UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT H IM S THO AWARD :, 
ALUMNI ESTABLISH AWARD TQ HONIR CHARLES DUKES 

Duke univ., pell 

DUKE UNIV., BROAO.AY AT OuKE SERIES 
^4,r'-!2„?y'''^ER THEATER AT DUKE 

? ?«c? = '-^nJ'^^;^?'' ""E HEADED HERE 
TICKETS FOR MIME AVAILABLE 



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OUKE TRUSTEES OK SCHOOL INVESTMENTS 



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DUKE UNIV.. PUILOING PROJECTS 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., INVESTMENTS 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., iROPfRTY • 
SEE ALSO JOSEPH M. - - "'^^'" 

OUKE RENOVATIONS 

DUKE SOUTH FACELIFT SEEN 

NEW OORM GETS PRELIMINARY OK 
OUKE UNIV., PUSES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., BUSES 

WHY DON'T THEY walJ? ^"^ 

Duke UNIV., CHRISTMAS TREE 
OUKE UNIV., COLlFGF bowl 

OUKf UNIV.. CUMMENCtMENT 

SEE ALSO OUKE UN IV,. HQNOHARy nPCRFP^ 
SPEAKFR IS NAMED FOR oSkE °f""S 



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Rn5^ EXFRCISES PLANNED T0MQRH3W 
OUKE wist TO PICK MRS. SEMANS 
SYMBOLS OF RECINNINCS " *"^ 
SPEAKER URGES COMPASSION 
DUKE GRADS CELEBRATE COMMENCEMENT 

Duke UNIV., COMPi/TFRS 
SEE ALSO CUMPUTFRS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPUTFR K A4 p 

COMPUTER REVOLUT ON MOVES l5 AT OUKE 

CLASS BANKING ON COMPUTER 

COMPUTER BECOMES TEACMFR^S PET 

MICROCOMPUIFRS AID DWE ^ " 

COMPUTER CENTER OPENS MONDAY AT OUKE SCHOOL 



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H 2 


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DUSE GETS i-rEAR COMPUTER SIl/l» 

S£;e"u'c"u5E TELfCLASS PROGKAM 
CO'<PuTEI!S LINK STUDENTS 

PIANO RECITAL SET TucSDAT 

PIANIST Tn GIVE RECITAL 

C2NCERI PLANNED 

Voi^lVo :;SJc%' ?k^rs^?s'?SS0A, RECITAL AT DU.6 

OUKC PLANNING RECITAL 

ANDRE mATTS .(QNnERFUL 

GUITARISTS PERFORM AT DUUE 

P:i:i?ii"suS^LPi5os 3i5ru^?PuGHi AT ou. 

afRLICZ- 'REQUIEH' AT OukE 
BBAvaS FOR VIOLINIST UTO UGH 1 
SlOLIN RECITAL SET ■.CNOAY 
FRENCH RECITAL TODAY AT 3 

^F'lI's?'3Ej?P?rNT SI'IrT*^ PRIZE TO GIVE RECITAL 
ORGAN RECITAL PLANNED 
CELLIST'S RECITAL IS TODAY 

^'.i'cll'iTohlTui'Th UU. ORGA. RECITAL 
iFIIyC STRING OUARTET WILL PLAY AT OUkE 
RECITAL PLANNfO AT OUKt 

I'ii.r^.'iL^.U l'i,n''kll'iV'>\\ CONCERT HERE 

!?y2N:?Hr^ir^ii::^^fe^^:??ie?^joj%;?^ CHAPEL 

CONCEOrS FRC- BACH SChEOULED 

•MUSICAL menagerie; SET __ „!-«, irHTS 

J:;AifER^ssI\ra:L'SPpri5l^?'s;;t^'^v;isoAY 

ClONEL hahPTuN to be at duke 
ivIFi «.ING' BOOSTING Ou<e JAZZ 
ORGAN RECITAL SET FOK SUNDAY 
AN ILL hlNO 3L0WS GOOD 

iJ«JTDN prSises duke "OGRAM 

PIANIST 10 GIVE DUKE RECITAL 
? CONCERTS TO HONOR LUTHER .,c, 

Dl«F hSsIC STUDENTS GIVE PERFTR-ANCES 
CONCERT TODAY BY "S. FuNARO 

i?3wN°ls'An«CFPTIQN.L PIANIST 

"-^rllVo '.T.'ulf.l'. |E-.NA«S 
SEE ALSO OU«E UNIV., SYMPOSIA 
SEE aCSO DU«E UNIV.. WORKSHOPS ,,,.„„. 

^ DUKE CDNFERENCE SET ON INTERE I DU=«MA 

TOP EXPERTS TO EYE INTlPEST. ECONOMY 
PREVIEW OF THINGS TO C QM E 

?SiiFy^^l^rMhEJ^?Y^]|MriA^8''S^?E?SSS'cS;j^l0L DEVELOPMENT 
:H°?U^SSSsi^^S^FiS^^CpjN'jRg^5!T,VlTY 

iill'lW.ul^. PJ^-ASi-'lcSi-'pRTDUCTIVITY BE INCREASED BY THE -AY... 
NEIGH50SS MUST BAND TO SAVE COMMUNITIES 
EDUCATORS TO HOLD MEETING IN DURHAM 
DUKE PLANS COURSES, WORKSHOPS 

"""bfiJ;! £S?j:;"^ilL°SlNG PROJECTS 

""'lerlLsS cSiSPs. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ROBBERY 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CAMPUS POL 1-E 
EMPLOYEE FOUND DEAD IN HOSPITAL 
SCALE IS STOLFN 

Curriculum 



ompCi'ter revolution moves in JJ.OVStc SCIENC 

ANFORD DISCUSSES PLAN TO BETTER ARTS, SCIENC 



DUK E UN I V 
COMP 
SANFOfl 

DUKE UNIV., DANCE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
"^.S^T^gArEl-'pf-FO^rn'.T DUKr 

TJ.n'jll SIJ^eS^S^hE. tS JOINING duke- S PROGRAM 
VISITING ARTIST JOINS DUKE DANCE PROGRAM 

°"" S;?r£;uV?EN?"GAMeS DEPART 0U<E UNIV. DOPE SHOP 
A ChSlLENGE to PLAY VIDEO GAMES 

""'IeE^IlsS gSJc'JSli!' STUDENT HOJSIWG 

NEW OfiKM GETS PRELIMINARY OK „.,,.. f 

'iii.r^iviin :jA?N"?f £?rgu;;rDSss?iSi? 

""'lEfiLsA Itll Sm?"' -est CAMPUS 

SrD'E5l?!!oN?"Gi^i's'8EP.RT DU.E UNIV. DOPE SHOP 

ESCAPING HEAT 
niiKP UNIV.. East CamPuS LIBRARY ' 

SEE ALSO Duke Oniv., libraries 
"ouJe MuSEuS £>iialT: MOTIFS 0= -aR, 

nuKE UNIV., employees 



INJUSTICE 



SEE ALSO DUKE HOSPITAL. £MP 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., STAFF 



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DON • I •badmoutm" duke 

DUKE SETIREE riFFICEKS 

DUKE UNIV., ENODKNENTS 

SEE «LiO OU«E tNOOwMENr 

ill i.4R R"S'= UNIV., r,lFTS C FUMO RAISING 

SEE ALSO nURHAM/OUKE CAMPAIGN 

ii'ii^'l^ '" "'"'f fuiiiDN GOES rn trusiees rnnoRBny 
endohment provides for duke pmze in arts """"*""" 

J,','2?2 i»'r5 PRI7E ESTABLISHED 1t dOkE 

9V5rLS''^"'^'^f°'i^ RFSEARCH ENJOHED 

oIFT SET FOR EYE CENTER 

MORNADAYS" GENEROSITY TRUE lEaSURE OF SUCCESS 
S^M ENDOWMENT RETURN INCRtAS; NEARLY lox 
DUKE TO SEEK $150 MILLION 

DUKE UNIV., ENERGY CONSERVATION 

DUKE Energy management works; electricity sills climb 

OUKE UNIV., ENERGY MANAGEMENT COURSE 

SEE ALSO ENERGY CONSERVATION. OiJRHAM 

OUKE ENERGY MANAGEMFNT WORKS; ELECTRICITY biLLS CLIMB 
OUKE UNIV., ENROLLMENT 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., ADMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., STUDENTS 

OUKE UNDERGRADUATE LIMIT WILL BE 5,700 

OUKE UNIV., FACULTY 

OUKE ZOOLOGY FACULTY RANKS FI=TH IN STUDY 

l?^",?;^ IC'-'^SS"' "ETIREO PKOf^SSOR 

SOVIET PLANNERS FINALLY MEET 1UKE ECONOMIST 

SANFORO DISCUSSFS PLAN TO BE TT ER AR TS , SC I ENCf S 

SOCIETY HONORS DUKE'S COLTON iCltNCfcS 

DUKE APPOINTS FOUR TO FACULTY 

OUKE TEACHERS HONORED 

I ?»"SF%?^§R'?"lT^^5KS^^gET'°pS?,Vg''?iA?^5^''« "°"^ 

my^GSV'T^ Tt^ssIe^""' "' """"'^ 

GRANT HELPS CRIME STUDY 

COOK TO STUDY VIOLENCE OF ROblERY 

DUKE PROFESSOR fMERITUS TO RE'EIVF AWARD 

i NaSed Jacows"^ "'"" "'-'■O-'S OF SCuKcE SOCIETY,- 

8I8LICAL SCHOLAR: GOO GAVE HIX A TASK; HE FULFIIlFD 

?i'Ry^E'jEr^S2E"?S^?' °'"' AN.QUNCE^ FULFILLED 

OUKE AjAROS PROFESSORSHIPS 

S?Vc.S."'LF*" TEST OF -FOAM METAL- 

nL^f*SSS^"> ^'^ TEACHING TALEVT dEING DRAINED UFF 

So'^^r^S'^u^?;^.;;'"'" '5 CREATOR OF A OREAM 

SSERG^i^Sp^ni^'ti^SSY'"*"'" °'"' °' """"' "'■^EGE, DIES 

??'^rD?S=°2En FOR RESEARCH IN JLTRASOUND 

SfOCPTOP FRANK SMULLIN DIES AT 40 IN HIS STUDIO 

OUKE FACULTY MEMBERS OPPOS£ FOREIGN POLICY 

DUKE UNIV., FELLOWSHIPS 

III f,4S "?E:'^iJ«E "NlV. FELLOWSHIP 

SEE ALSO WASHINGTON POST-DUKE U-(IV. FFLLOWS 
OUKE SENIOR GETS CORQ FELLOWSHIP '^'^'■'■"''^ 
PV^InJE'CHER NAMED FELLOW FOR RESEARCH 
ILf'ii'* gy^E FORESTRY SCHOOL DET FELLOWSHIPS 
ENGLISH FELLOWSHIP ENDOWED ci.LU«5r,iKl 

DUKE UNIV., FINANCIAL AID 

PeI 5ti8 °,%'oe^.VU ^^R3gfe;!2^""^ 

ToU h^u\i.'uillA'jf,lll'l't ''""''" "° '"PLICATIONS 

OUKE UNIV., FiRes 

SEE iLSn FIRES. DURHAM 

OUKE UNIV., FOREIGN STUDENTS 

III '42 2'J''E UNIV., STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INTERNATI 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 
FOREIGN STUDENTS WELCOMED 
OFFICIAL WELCOME 



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