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THE LIBR.\RY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINT.VNA 



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D96i 
1986 
SUBJECT I-Z 



KK«S|TV Of N.C. AT CHAPEL HJLL 




00040646275 
FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 




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An index to: 

Duiijnm iUorniug JfcvalD 

THE DURHAM SUN 



Subject Index 
January-December 1986 



Compiled by Herald-Sun Library 
Published by Herald-Sun Newspapers 
Durham, N.C. 
ISSN 0741-0328 



I - z 



6ee vol. 1 for A-H 






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 ill of 
this publication.) 



INDEXING DEPTH: 

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



ORGANIZATION: 



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. CRO''llb 

x-z 

IND-EX is divided into two 
sections: names of people and 
subjects. The name mdex 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.) 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



http://www.archive.org/details/index1986subjizhera 



Key to Symbols Used in IND-EX 



NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 

ED (Edition) 

1 1st. ed (Regional) 

2 2nd (Final) ed. (Local) 

3 3rd ed. (Orange County) 

SEC (Section) 
PG (Page) 
TYP (Type) 

A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the Editor 

MMap 

N News 

Obituary 

P Photo 

Q News in a Series 

R Review 

S Review in a Series 

T Cartoon 

U Column 

V Column in a Series 

W Literary Works 

ILL (Illustration) 



C Chart or Graph 
D Drawing 
M Map 
P Photo 
T Cartoon 



BYL( By-line) 



AlO ADAMS, ALLISON 
A20 ADAMS, JACK 
A54 ANDREWS, MARK 
A75 ARICHEA. MIRIAM 
A76 ARMSTRONG, ELSON 
A80 AUSLEY, JUDY 
BIO BANGLEY, JANE 



Bll BARR, DAVID 

B13 BERARDINO, MIKE 

B14 BERNHARDT, WENDY 

B15 BERRY, TOM 

B30 BEST, KIM 

B46 BOLICK, SANDY HOYLE 

B51 BONDS, LOU 

B56 BOST, TOBY 

B61 BOSWELL, CARL 

B67 BRITT, TONY 

B71 BROILI, SUSAN 

B81 BROWN, PAUL 

B85 BRUNEAU, DAN 

B90 BULLA, DAVID 

C04 CAMPBELL, DARLENE 

COS CARSON, AL 

C19 CARVER, VEN 

C36 CHANDLER, CHARLES 

C42 CHANDLER, TIM 

C49 CLAYTON, WARD 

C50 COLE, JOHN 

C52 COONS, KIP 

C56 COOPER, CHARLES 

C58 CORNEILSON, PAUL 

C60 CORNELIUS-BROWN, ANN 

C68 CROTHERS, TIM 

C80 CRUMP, EMILY 

C85 CRUMP, HARRY 

DIO DARGAN, WILLIAM T. 

D18 DASCENZO, FRANK 

D40 DILGER, PATRICK 

1)43 DIXON, WYATT 

D71 DRUM, KEITH 

D80 DUKE NEWS BUREAU 

D85 DUPREE, JIMMY 

F25 FEATHERSTON, AL 

F50 FISKE, DIANE 

F65 FOWLER, SCOTT 

F70 FRANCIS, JAMIE 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY 

G33 GENTRY, JERRY 

G50 GODWIN, JOHN 

G59 GREEN, ANN 

G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 

HOI HAAS. RENITA 

H03 HAM, JON 

H08 HARPOLE, LISA S. 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 

H30 HERRING, SEAN 

H41 HISKEY, MICHELLE 

H45 HODGES, BETTY 

H49 HODGES, ED 

H55 HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY 

H60 HOLMES, JACK 

H70 HOWARD, J. LEE 

H90 HUGHES, CATHY 

H95 HURD, SHERRYL 

J13 JENDRASIAK, JENNIFER 

J20 JIGGETTS, VICKEY 

J40 JOHNSTON, FLO 

J50 JONES, H.G. 

J54 JONES, LENORE 

J58 JONES, RICHARD 

K30 KEISTER, KEVIN 

K65 KNIGHT, MYRA G. 



K68 KNOX, HARRIETTE 

L20 LEDFORD. CHARLES 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 

L37 LEWIS, GORDON 

L38 LIDDY, CHUCK 

L40 LINEBERRY, DANNY 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD 

L46 LOOMSTEIN, DAVID 

L51 LORD, PAT 

L57 LOUGEE, GEORGE 

L90 LUCAS, LIZ 

M02 MCCAIN, LEAH C. 

M06 MCINTYRE, EDISON 

M07 MCLAIN, KAY 

M08 MCLAUGHLIN, MIKE 

MIO MCQUEEN, MIKE 

M14 MANN, STEVE 

M20 MERRITT, MARION 

M27 MERRITTS, JOAN 

M51 MICHAEL, KAMMIE 

M66 MOORE, HAROLD 

M69 MOORE, REBECCA 

M71 MORRIS, RON 

M97 MUSHAK, BETTY 

N50 NORCROSS, KATHY 

N80 NCCU NEWS BUREAU 

006 O'BRIEN, SEAN T. 

046 OLIVER, TOM 

P20 PEARSON, KIM 

P25 PERKINSON, SHARON 

P30 PETERSON, JOHN 

P38 PFUTZNER, LENORE 

P52 POTTER, MIKE 

R56 ROGERS, V.C. 

R66 ROULE, BOB 

R76 ROYAL, PAMELA 

S09 SATTERFIELD, CAROLYN 

S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 

S27 SERENO, JULIAN 

S31 SHARPE, JOHN 

S33 SHELL, JIM 

S36 SHERRILL. BOB 

S45 SINK, JOHN 

S51 SMITH, BILL 

S58 SMITH, DEBBIE 

S66 SMITH, R.C. 

S76 SPARKS, JIM 

S78 STAGG, BILL 

S80 STARR, MARY BETH 

S82 STEVENSON, JOHN 

584 STINNEFORD, MARK 

585 SUMMERS, LILA 
S92 SURRATT, LINDA 
T30 TAYLOR. ROLLO 
T37 THORNTON, JIM 
T85 TRUELL, MIKE 
U57 UPCHURCH, KEITH 
U80 UNC NEWS BUREAU 
W09 WALL, DON 

W13 WANG, GENE 

W27 WEIBLE, JACK 

W36 WHELESS, AL 

W60 WILSON. JIM 

W63 WINSTEAD-MANN, DEBORAH 

W66 WISE, JIM 

W82 WOODY, LAURA 

Y55 YOUNG, BOB 

ZUZEPP, CAROL 



By-line numbers beginning with X denote reporter 
combinations 



FEATURE 



NEWSPAPER 



DAY 



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ABBY SUN 

AFTER HOURS SUN 

AFTER THE DEADLINE HERALD 

ANN LANDERS HERALD 

ASK DR. LAMB HERALD 

BOOK COLUMN ( BETTY HODGES ) HERALD 

BOTANICAL GARDEN COLUMN SUN 

BULL'S EYE HERALD 

COMMUNITY NOTES SUN 

SUN 
CRIMESTOPPERS HERALD 
DAILY BREAD ( PURNELL BAILEY ) SUN 
DISCOVERIES HERALD 
DURHAM COUNTY FARM CORNER (CARL 
HODGES) HERALD 
ERMA BOMBECK HERALD 
FAMILY WEEKLY HERALD 
FILM PROJECTIONS ( AL FEATHERSTON) SUN 
FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT HERALD 
FREE OF CHARGE SUN 
FRIDAY HERALD 
GARDEN CLINIC SUN 
GOREN ON BRIDGE (CHARLES GOREN) HERALD 
HANDICAPPED MAILBAG ( BETTTE ELLIOTT) SUN 
HELOISE II SUN 
HOROSCOPE SUN 
HOUSE OF THE WEEK HERALD 
LITERARY LANTERN ( WALTER SPEARMAN ) SUN 
MERLE ELLIS-THE BUTCHER HERALD 
MINI-MOVIE REVIEWS HERALD 
MISS MANNERS (JUDITH MARTIN ) SUN 
ORANGE COUNTY FARM NEWS (DAVE WAR- 
REN) HERALD 
PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING HERALD 
PEOPLE IN BUSINESS HERALD 
PEOPLE'S PHARMACY (JOE GRAEDON ) SUN 
PERSONAL GLIMPSES HERALD 
PROMINENT DESIGNER ( PATTERNS) HERALD 
R.C. SMITH ( MOVIE REVIEWS) HERALD 
SCIENCE, MEDICINE NOTES HERALD 
SCOREBOARD ( SPORTS SCORES ) HERALD 
SERIES OF SKETCHES OF DURHAM AND HER SUN 
CITIZENS (WYATT DIXON) 

SHEINWOLD ON BRIDGE SUN 

SOAP OPERA SCENE SUN 

THE SOUTHERN GARDENER (W.L. HUNT) HERALD 

SPORTS FINE PRINT ( SPORTS SCORES) SUN 

SPORTS MONDAY SUN 

STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS HERALD 

SUNDIAL SUN 

TV WORLD HERALD 

TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH SUN 

TEENS HERALD 

TRIANGLE CALENDAR SUN 

WEATHER HERALD 

SUN 

THE WEEKEND GARDENER ( LIB GRIFFIN ) HERALD 

WHIRL HERALD 

WHIRL CALENDAR HERALD 

WORKING WOMAN (NIKI SCOTT) SUN 

THE YOUNGER SET SUN 



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DUKE HEALTH PROGRAM CELEBa^TTINC lOTH YEAR 

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TESTS, DRUGS CAN CONTR^ HYPER TENSION 

HYPERTHERMIA 

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SEE ALSO THERMOTRoir 

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REPUTATIONS ggrXOREAN RESEARCHER, OUKE CULLIOE IN COURT 

HYPNOSIS _ 

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UNC SEEir VOLUNTEERS FOR HYPNOSIS STUDY 
SELF-Ul^NOSIS SOOTHES YOUNG CANCER PATIFNTS 
SEL^FYPNOSIS MAY HELP DULL CHEMOTHERAPY SIDE EFFECTS 

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VERDICT FAVORS DOCTORS 

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SEE ALSO SOUTH KOREA 

S. KOREAN CAR EYPECTtO IN CITY BY NOVEMBER 
KOREAN CAR HEADING FOR DURHAM DEBUT 

1-40 

SEE ALSO TRI-40 

LUN5F0RD SKEPTICAL OF MERGER 

I-<iO TO BE NAMED FOR HARRIET PERKY 

PART OF FREEWAY TO BE NAMED FOR MISS PERRY 

NAME I-AO FOR GEN. SHERMAN 

GTE DENIED SPECIAL PERMIT FOR 1-40 UNIT 

PARK PLAN FACES REVIEW 

BOARD MEMBER WILLING TO DROP PUSH FOR ZONE 

ORANGE MAY Or(np USE CHANGE 

I-4P SECTION TO OPEN IN HAY 

SOME 1-40 WORK BEHIND SCHEDULE 

1-40 CONSTRUCTION BEHIND 

1-40 COMSTRUCTION WORKER DIES IN FALL FRO" BRIDGE IN ORANGE 

WRECK BLOCKS TRAFFIC ON I-B5 

MARY COHPER CENTER IS CLOSING 

SECTION UF 1-40 WILL BE NAMED FOR MOORE 

MEMORIES OF OAY-CARE CENTER WILL LIVE ON 

DEDICATION TODAY FOR SEGMENT OF 1-40 

I-4D STRETCH NAMED OAN MOORE FREEWAY 

STRETCH OF 1-40 NAMED FOR MAN WHO PAVED WAY FOR PROGRESS 

SECTION OF N.C. 54 CLOSING FOR BRIDGE 

JALKER, ET AL, VS. STATE IN C3URT ON LAND SALE PRICE 

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INIERChaNGE LAND DISPUTE 

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1-40 OPENING STILL ON HOLD 

ANOTHER 1-40 LINK OPENS THIS MONTH 

OANGEOUUS ROADS CAN RUIN TOURISTS" VACATION 

QUESTIONS RAISED ON PLANNING PACT 

WRECK ON 1-40 KILLS 3, INJURES I 

WATER ENCASEMENTS GOING UNDER 1-40 

1-40 WRECK NEAR CLEMMONS KILLS 3 

THE BENCH mark: AVERAGE NFw HOME IN DURHAM 183,500, STATE FIGURES SHOW 

1-40 EXTENSION MAY BE MARKET KEY 
CONSTRUCTION ON 1-40 

NFhFST section of 1-40 EXPECTED TO OPEN ABOUT JULY 17 

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PROGRESS PUSHES FARMER OFF LAND 

1-40 SEGMENT OPENS SEVEN MONTHS LATE 

LABOR MADE EASY 

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WHERE I«ltERST«If HIGHWAYS HEET 

I-<,0 INTERSECTION ZONING NEVER P«5SE0 INTO L*W 

STATE PANEL TO URGE RADIOACTIVE-WASTE BAN FOR I-<.0 

NUCLEAR HASTE BAN ON I-tO SOUGHT 

I-<.0 CORRIDOR PROMOTIONAL OlaiP FORMED 

BALKING COUNCIL OK S MIXED-USE ZONFS 

ONE KILLED AS FICKUR GOING WRONG WAY HITS CAR ON I-40 

GOLDKIST DECIDES NOT TO RELOCATE THE HILLSBOROUGH LIVFSTOCK MARKET 

COUNCIL PLANS BOOKLET TO GUIO= DEVELOPERS 

TRIANGLE J COMMITTEE DISCUSSES CHANCES APPROACHING ON 1-40 

EVENTS SPUR CHANGES IN I-«0 WORK SCHEDULE 

TOWNS MAY REGULATE I-'.O BUILDING 

MERE ARE CHANGES IN STATE HIGHWAY PLAN IN AREA COUNTIES 

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CAR FIRE ON 1-85 

TRUCKER HELPS OFFICER CONCLUOF I-B5 CHASE 

THREE INJURED IN COLLISION ON 1-85 

RIG JACKKNIFES ON I-B5; FUEL LEAKS; LANES BLOCKED 

HIGHWAY BLOCKED 

ACCIDENT BLOCKS TRAFFIC ON t-»5 

5 HURT IN * DURHAM WRECKS ON 1-65 

POLICEMAN STRUCK BY CAR ON 1-6 5 

2 MEN KILLED IN 1-86 ACCIDENT 

OFFICER HIT BY CAR IN •0000' CONDITION 

TWO MFN KILLED IN TRUCK CRASH 

WOMAN I'lJURFU IN 1-65 WRECK 

A»EA COUNTIES PREPARING PRIORITIES FOR HIGHWAY MEETING WEDNESDAY 

HIGHWAY NEEDS TO BE DISCUSSED 

WRECK BLOCKS TRAFFIC 

FLIPPED TRUCK CLOGS 1-85 NORTH LANES 30 MILES 

NO CHARGES YET FILED IN 1-85 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 

GROUP WANTS FREEWAY EXTENSION REDESIGNED 

1-65 TRAFFIC SNARLEO BY TWO TRUCK WRECKS 

POLICE MANAGEMENT FAILS 

JICKKNIFE 

TRANSPORTATION BOARD REJECTS BIO 

ARIZOMA MAN KILLED IN 1-85 TRUCK WRECK 

WOMAN PUSHES FOR STRICTER ENFORCEMENT OF NOISE LAW 

GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

TWO ACCIDENTS INJURE FOUR. TIE UP INTERSTATE 85 TRAFFIC 

1-85 HEARING TO BE IN DURHAM 

* WRECKS ALONG 1-65 HALT TRAFFIC 

HEARING MONDAY ON WIDENING 1-6 5 

CHEAPER EXPRESSWAY INTERSECTION PROPOSED 

RALEIGH WONT GET DURHAM ROAD MONEY 

PARTIAL EXPRESSWAY INTERCHANGE BEST USE OF LIMITED ROAO FUNDS 

DEAN FREEWAY EXTENSION ESTIMATED AT IA5 MILLION 

STATE OKS * DURHAM ROAD PROJEf. TS 

HERE ARE CHANGES IN STATE HIGHWAY PLAN IN AREA COUNTIES 

2 WRECKS SNARL TRAFFIC ON 1-85 

ROGUE CHRISTMAS TREE APPEARS ON 1-65 

A TREE SHINES ALONG 1-85 

1-85 CHRISTMAS TREE SHOULDN'T BE REMOVED 

•DAMAGE FREE' NO MORE 



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NEARLY 29 PERCENT OF LARGE TRUCKS FOUND TO BE OVERWEIGHT, STATE SAYS 

00 CERTAIN BILLBOARDS KEEP HIGHWAYS SAFER? 

"I" HOMES 

A LOT OF HISTORY FOUND IN OLD GRANVILLE HOUSES 



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SEE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 

IMPACT 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. DRUGS 

SEE ALSO SCH00L5, N.C.. DRUG ABUSE 

MEETINGS SCHEDULED ON ALAMANCE DRUG PROGRAM 



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IRM INSURANCE 

INSURANCE COMPANY MOVING HEAOOUARTERS TO CHARLOTTE 

ITT TELECOM 

RFCRUITfRS FLOCK TO RALEIGH AFTER LAYOFFS 

<ilO-'.30 FORMER ITT EMPLOYEES GET JOB OFFERS 

ITT IFLECOM LAYING OFF ADDITIONAL 200 WORKERS 

ITT PLANS 262 MORE LAYOFFS 

ITT TO FOCUS ON TELEPHONE TRANSMISSION FOUIPHENT 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE 

SJNFORD BLASTS BROYHILL AP T I CL E 

ITI TELECOM LAYS OF 109 MORE WORKERS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

I. L. "BUCK- DEAN FREEWAY 

SFE ALSO EAST-WEST EXPRESSWAY 
SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW CREST 
SUPREME COURT TO HEAR FEES CAS 
CRANE W"RK 

LAWYER: CREST ST. SPENT tlOO.O 
WORK CONTINUES 

GROUP WANTS FREEWAY EXTENSION 
INTERCHANGE SUGGESTED AT FREEW 
OEUICATION IS TUESDAY FOR 'BUC 
'BUCK' DEAN EXPRESSWAY TO BE D 
EXPRESSWAY TITLE HONORS 'BUCK' 
DURHAM FREEWAY CHRISTENED 
DEAN DESERVES HAVING ROAO NAME 
EVEN THE HONORING WAS UNDULY 
BRIDGE OVER FREEWAY 
BRIDGE PUG 

COURT RULES N.C. DOESN'T HAVE TO 
CREST STREET LAWYERS LOSE COU' T F 
CREST STREET RESIDENT LIKES RFLOC 
N.C. WANTS SCALED-BACK INTERSf.CTI 
WEST: FUNDS CUT MAY STALL ROAO WO 
STATE TO WIDEN WEST DURHAM ROAOS 
FREEWAY INTERCHANGE SHOULDN'T S": 
CHEAPER EXPRESSWAY INTERSECTION P 
RALEIGH WON'T GET DURHAM ROAD MON 
PARTIAL EXPRESSWAY INTERCHANGE BE 
DEAN FREEWAY EXTENSION ESTIMATED 
'BUCK' DEAN FREEWAY EXTENSION IHR 
STATE OKS t, DURHAM ROAD PR0JE:TS 
CITY TO CLEAR WAY FOR HIGH, AY. 3 

WEST Durham park land may bf solo 

WEST DURHAM MAY GET NEW PARKS 
"I BEAT DRUM- CONTEST 



ST. LEGAL FEES CASE 
E FPQM DURHAM 

00 AGAINST RUAO 

R60FSIGNED 
AY, GLOVER ROAD 
K' OEAN FREEWAY 
EDICATED TCOAY 
DEAN 

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IGHT ON LEGAL FEES 

ATBO HOME 

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RK 

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EY 

SI USE OF LIMITED ROAO FUNDS 

AT »45 MILLION 

■^AT TO DURHAM LUMBER FIRM 

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SUBJECTS 



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i BEAT DRUM CnNTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

1 BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

I BEAT DRUM CONTEST 

ICARUS 

•YOU WILL FLY HIGHER AND FASTER THAN YOU EVER DREAMED...' 

ICE 

ICE CLOSES SCHOOLS 

SLIDING WHILE ICE LASTS 

FIVE KILLED ON ICE-COATED ROADS 

ICE CREAM 

SEE ALSO ROYAL ICE CREAM CO. 

OYSARTSVILLE'S 'SNOW KING" SCOOPING UP HOT BUSINESS 

SICK GIRL HAD EATEN SUSPECT ICE CREAM 

KRAFT RECALLS POLAR B'ABS 

3 FROM N.C. COMPLAIN AFTER EATING ICE CREAM 

SOUTH GRANVILLE'S FAVORITE FLAVORS 

YUM. THAT'S GOOD 

ICE STORMS 

MOUNTAIN ICE STORM 

ICELAND 

ICELAND'S PRESIDENT REAGAN'S NEW FRIEND? 

LINKAGE (CARTOON! 

ICELANDIC POLICEMAN. SOVIET KGB AGENTS STUDY OF OPPOSITES 

GORBACHEV BREAKS PULE. ARRIVING EARLY 

STAR WARS SINKS SUM>"IT: 'HANG TOUGH' THE U.S. GAME PLAN AT REYKJAVIK 

FAILURE IN ICELAND LEFT SEEDS OF SUCCESS 

REAGAN SHOWS RESOLVE IN REFUSING TO SELL OUT 

EX-DEFENSE CHIEF LAUDS REAGAN ARMS MOVES 

MCNAMARA: N-PIANS risky; REAGAN OK ON ARMS 

MCNAMARA DOES FAVOR TO EXPLAIN 'STAR WARS' 

"STAR WARS" ICARTOONI 

REAGAN, GORBACHEV STICK TO THEIR GUNS 

THE SUMMIT ICARTOONI 

IN SEARCH OF PEACE 

WHAT SHULTZ DIDN'T SAY TIPPED PRESS OF REYKJAVIK FAILURE 

IDAHO 

WHITE SUPREMACY FANATICS 

OFFICIALS TO SEEK FAYETTEVILLE PLOT. IDAHO BOMBINGS LINK 

IDENTICAL TWINS - - 

SEE TWINS 

IDENTIFICATION CARDS 

SEE ALSO FALSE IDENTIFICATION 
SFE ALSO PRIVACY 

KIDS ID CARDS PROGRAM FAILS AT STATE DMV 

STUDENTS WILL TPY TO BEAT ID SYSTEM 

DEFEATING ALL-POWERFUL ID MAY BE SPORT OF YOUNG DRINKER 

ILLEGAL ALIENS 

SEE ALSO ALIENS 

SEE ALSO DEPORTATIONS 

SEE ALSO MIGRANT WORKERS 

ALIENS SKEW REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS 

SANCTUARY MOVEMENT BREAKS LAW 

VETO VIOLATES DOCTRINE 

IMMUNITY NOT ENTITLED 

NO TO SANCTUARY 

ILLEGAL ALIENS SWITCHING TO CONSTRUCTION 

ILLEGAL ALIEN DRIVER'S LICENSE BAN IS CALLED UNENFORCEABLE 

ACCOMMODATING ALIENS 

ILLEGAL DUMP I. -.G 

SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PCB I POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLSl 
PUT TRASH WHERE IT BELONGS 
GOVERNMENTS WILL GET 13.3 MILLION FOR PCB CLEANUP 

ILLEGITIMACY 
SEE BIRTHS, 



ILLEGITIMATE 



TT CRIME . 
ILLITERACY PROBLEMS 



ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS 

SEE BIRTHS, ILLEGITIMATE 

ILL INOIS 

SEE ALSO CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 
ILLINOIS IS BLUSHING 

ILL ITERACY 

SEE ALSO DUKE LITERACY PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM LITERACY COUNC I', 

SEE ALSO N.C. LITERACY ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO READING 

SEE ALSO TUTORING PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO WRITING 

MAKE PRISONERS LITERATE 

FORCED LITERACY NO SOLUTION 

BUSINESS CAN HELP STEM N.C. 

LITERACY MAY LOWER, WON'T END, RECIDIVISM 

STUDY ON WORK FORCE SHOWS DANGERS AHEAD 

OFFICIALS: ILLITERACY WILL BAR MQRE AND MORE FROM JOB'! 

'ILLITERACY LIKE A C ANCE R. . . UN SEEN. . . E AT I NG AWAY' 

COMBATTING ILLITERACY 

b^ MILLION AMERICAN ADULTS ARE FROZEN AT THE GRADE SCHOOL LEVEL lAOl 

AMERICA: 1 OUT OF 5 ADULTS CAN NOT READ THIS WORD... (ADI 

JOIN WAR ON ILLITERACY 

'WORD-BLIND' GRAHAM MAN FINDS SUCCESS AT N.C. 

SEPTEMBER INSIGHT 

CLASS GIVES ILLITERACY BAD NAME 

FALL LITERACY CAMPAIGN KICKED OFF AT LIBRARY 

DUKE PROGRAM TEACHES MAN, <.2 , TO READ 

A SHORTFALL IN L ITERACY 

INCENTIVES EYED FOR ILLITERACY PROBLEM 

N.C. YOUTHS MAY FACE PENALTIES FOR ILLITERACY 

ILLITERACY: PROGRAM TEACHES ADULTS TO READ 

ILLITERACY: STUDENTS, TUTORS m/jtchEO UP 

TENNESSEE CONGRESSMAN BACKS PRICE'S lOEA ON 

URBAN. RURAL DISPARITIES CITED BY SCOTT 

COVERING UP READING HANOKAP WAS WRONG 

•HISS SUDIE' IS LEARNING TO READ AT 09 

THIS ADULT CLASS FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE AFIRE FOR LEARNING 



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COMMISSION URGES IMPROVED LITERACY IN SOUTH 
INDUSTRY ATTACKS ILLITEOACY „^-,,. , ,,c 
LEARNING TO READ IS THE KEY T) BETTER LIFE 
CURE • INTERNATIONAL ILLITERACY- 
UPDATE ON LITERACY CAMPAIGN 
READING TUTORS NEEDED 

'^^"^^3??N^?PSi'Nk^l'E.R5T HAD A B.EA.M 

imm4culata school 

siste»°»i2S"k'ioms her abcs and also her rcr 
immaculate conception church 

' ^CITY. CHU'CH AGREE ON BASKETBALL COURT 

IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
LIVING NATIVITY 

IMMK.RANTS 

SEE itso S!s^'^IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 
FOR GERMAN IMMIGRANT, LADY LI'lERTY HAD WELCOHINC. ARMS 



SUBJECTS 



'"'sFe'IlSO U.S. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 
MfHERING tAe wave of MMMI&aANT CHIC- 
ACCOMMODATING ALIENS 

IMMOLATION 

SEE ALSO PURN VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES. INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES. 'J.C. 

"Ea2'-0?f1cERS°PUSh";oJsE AFTER man SETS HIMSELF AFIRE 

"'■^?rtL'iS"eOLLEGES..N,C.. IMMUNIZATION 

Ice tHr nnOH4M''clTY SCHOOLS. HEALTH OROGRA" 

sii JtsQ otiRHSS CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS. I M-UNI ZA TI ONS 

m ItlS -sE2iSJ's.°^-!!;rVMMUNIZAT!0N 

"l:^vJhlWlirr.i\tVA\'^iii'^'i t^o. vaccination 

dRANGE GETTING TOUGH ON PET "CCINaT ONS 

12^1 oS^T^Sr^EE^sfAT^Eif «;?£ ? On'^Ioh vaccine SUITS 

I FriSp2Tu5E APplovEO ONLY ONE SaLPRACTICE PROPOSAL 

pi^SUN.CPLLEr.ES, PARKS INCLunEO IN BUDGET BILL 

FIRST, ENSURE VACCINES 

COLLEGE STUDENTS LINING UP F0» SHOTS 

I-MUNIZATIJNS AVAILABLE AT OLK E 

ADULTS SHOULD ALSO HAVE SHOTS 

StSoENTS FACE SUSPENSION FOR SHGT^ RULE 

IMMIINI/ATION RULE MUST BE MADE FaIREk 

?V2?rP^SNir?3 ^cSSI!oii'^XglgArFSrag!:?^ULT obstetric INSURANCE 

I HP ftC T F ^ES 

"'..'clilS iS'siEflstSI'iJ'^N'A^ElAL DISCLOSURE ^^^ 
sSkSo SEEKSAUTHORITY TO |ET FEES ON DEVELOPERS 
IINC CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPER FEES SET 
DURHaS COUSCIL EYES RTP SERVICE CHARGES 

""'''' U^EPES^cSSJBiiENTS STOLEN FROM MOTEL 
I MFN SOB IMPERIAL ADO DESK CLERK 

gy^^'pO^Erlisg^^g^AUL POTP.TIAL PRIVATES 

""""cSEcS^TESr^nKE STANDS STILL. BUT NOT ThF playFRS 

""'sEE'ALSn''o|sEARCH TRIANGLE PARK. FREE TRADE ZONES 
SEE ALSO SMERAT"N IMPERIAL CENTER 

SIzONINc'sOUGHrFOR OFFICES AT IMPERIAL CENTER DEVELOPMENT 
HOTEL GOING UP 

'"'^"iL'h-'pJnNESr^tUrrG^SSTH ^E^OUPHAM-S FOREIGN IRAOE ZONF 

'"^rFP^lJiriDENTIF, CATION 
SEE I-POSTE'S , _ 

SEE POLICE IMPERSONATTRS 

Imports 

see also auto industry. imports 

SEE ALSO COUNTERFEIT LAPELS 

SEE ALSO FASHION DESIGNERS 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE LAWS 

SEE ALSO TaR IFFS . „„, ,. 

SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY, IMPOSTS 

"^OR'ErcN^ColPEV????^ 5lo?iR0IZING U.S. STANDARD OF L I V I NG- SPE AKER 
Sf'Fic?A[i^'J^Fll!rENCrciN'SiL"otF'HOSIERY IMPORTS 
e>;CAL«TlNG THE TRADE WAP 
?S^I^TEi'i?fH^ih\D^E'^'/?"Hrj.^^ JSgpESS. CARTOON, 

r.li linN^??'?TS5?^^^Ji2¥i^SE^i5SHlS^%^S^^E'!GN t-ade zone 



SLOW 

IMPOSTERS^^ FALSE IDENTIFICATION 
SEE ALSO HOAX 

SFE ALSO MISTAKEN IDENTITY 

SEE ALSO POLICE I»PER50NAT0RS . _ , „„_,, 
DFPUIJE^ SAY ■DOCTORS' HAWK -HEALING CARPET- 
HAN IS SENTENCE"! FOR SWINDLING 

IN GUI SF OF OLD WOMAN. SHE FOUND ISOLATION, 
ESCAPED PRISONER DIES OF GUNSHOT 

"""^^ IMPOTENCE CAN OFTEN BE CURED 

IMPROBABLE^STRING^B.NO^^^^^ FQR HELPING T„E ENO 
IN LIGHT OF HISTORY I COLUMN 1 



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7/17/86 
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9/17/86 
9/27/R6 
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H 3 b/06/8b S \ P •! MIO 

H 3 b/n/"b C 3 N J27 

S 2 7/11/86 C 1 N 

S 2 12/08/86 A 1 N h;o 



3/15/86 
3/17/86 
3/2A/fl6 
6/0<./n6 



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5/02/»b E 
6/05/86 E 



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H 2 10/08/86 A 12 

H 2 12/J''/86 B 1 

H 2 12/27/86 A 5 



S 2 2/19/86 C 7 N 
H 2 7/02/86 D 3 P F 



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PA'".': 543 



SEE ALS" K'.C. HISTORY 

•LIGHT OF HISTORY' EXTINGUISHED: WinELY-USEn COLUMN IS REPEATED 

IN SfARCH OF KITH AND KIN: THE HISTORY OF A SOUTHERN BLACK FAMILY IBOOKI 
HERS IS NO FAIRY TALE: BARNETTA WHITE TRACES HER ANCESTORS 
PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR SURPRISED: SLAVE ANCESTORS BOUGHT A FARM 

IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
SEE FERTILITY 
SEE TEST TUBE BABY 



INCEST 

BOND SET 
6-YEAR-n 
PEDIATRI 
PLEA BAR 
CHATHAM 
SEX CHAR 
MAN CHAR 
7<.-YE»R- 
SEX ABUS 
MOM SEEK 
HAN IS H 
UNC EXPE 
NEW ABOP 
ALLEGED 
INCEST V 
MOTHER C 
MAN FACE 



AT 1100.000 FOR MAN FACING SECOND ASSAULT TRIAL 
LO VICTIM TESTIFIES IN INCEST. CHILD ABUSE TRIAL 
CIAN SAYS CHILD WAS AP.USEO 
GAIN ENDS TRIAL IN SEXUAL-ABUSE CASES 
MAN CHARGED WITH INCEST 
GES BRING TERM OF 16 1/2 YEARS 
GEO WITH ASSAULT PLACED ON PROBATION 
OLD GUILTY IN CHILD SEX ABUSE CASE 
E REPORTS ARE ON THE R ISE 

S MORF THAN ".-MONTH TERM FOR EX-HUSBAND'S INCEST 
ELD ON INCEST CHARGE 
RT: MANY INCEST CASES UNREPORTED 
TION POLICIES OK'O 

SEXUAL OFFENDER TO GET NEW TRIAL 

ICTIMS FIND IT DIFFICULT TO SEEK, ACCEPT THERAPY 
HARGEO WITH KILLING INFANT 
S MURDER. INCEST CHARGES AFTER CHILD'S DEATH 



INCINERATOR ASH 

OPPONENTS SPEAK OUT ON INCINERATOR FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE 
NEW HEARING SLATED FOR WASTE INCINERATOR 
STATE DENIES BLADEN COUNTY INCINERATOR PERMIT 
RADIOACTIVE WASTE INCINERATOR PLANS RECEIVE SETBACK 
IRRATIONAL FEAR FOILED BLADEN INCINERATOR PLAN. BACKERS SAY 
U.S. ECOLOGY OROPS PLANS FQP INCINERATOR 

INCO ALLOYS INT'L. 

COMPANY PLANS »4 MILLION PLANT NEAR PITTSBORO 

INCOME. FAMILY 

SEE ALSO FAMILY BUDGET 
SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

INIFRNAL REVENUE SERVICE FACES FUTURE DIFFICULTIES 

INCOME. PER CAPITA. N.C. 

SEE ALSO PERSONAL INCOME, N.C. 

N.C. INCOME AVERAGE FURTHER BEHIND U.S. 

INCOME. PERSONAL. DURHAM 

SEE PERSONAL INCOME. DURHAM 

INCOME. PERSONAL, N.C. 

SEE PERSONAL INCOME, N.C. 



INCOME TAX DEDUCTIONS 
SALARIES 



I 



INCOME, PERSONAL, U.S. 

SEE PERSONAL INCOME, U.S 

INCOME TAX DEDUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO TAX FXEMPTTONS 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRFSS. 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS. _ _ 

J0R1AN ATTACKS SENATE PROPOSAL 

TAX REFORM STILL FAR OFF 

PLUGGING THE LOOPHOLES 

DEATH. TAXES, INEQUITIES 

A GOOD IDEA FOR DAY CARF 

NEW TAX BILL DOESN'T TRULY PROVIDE REFORM 

STATE WILL GET TAX BILL WINDFALL 

NFW Yi=AR'S TAXES TO BRING TEARS. CHEERS 

MARTINIS OR NOT, BUSINESS LUNCHES TO BE 80% DEDUCTIBLE 

CHANGE IN LAW SPURRING CHARITY DONATIONS 

INCOME TAX EVASION 

SEE ALSO TAX AMNESTY 
SEE ALSO TAX PENALITIES 
SEE ALSO TAX PROIESTURS 

MERGEP OF TAX AMNESTY BILL, STIFFER PENALTIFS PROPOSED 

N.C. LEGISLATORS EYE TAX AMNESTY PLAN 

OWNER OF DURHAM BUSINESS SENTENCED FOR TAX EVASION 

N.C. OFFICIAL URGES TOUGHER TAX LAWS 

SCHOOL USES STUDY CENTER AS COLLATERAL 

DON'T SCRIMP ON IRS 

JUDGE SHOULD LOSE PAY 

IRS AUCTIONING HOUSE. LAND TO COLLECT V70.000 IN TAXES 

IRS AUCTION OF HOUSF. LAND CANCELED 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN'S TAX PROTEST REJECTED 

COURT REJECTS APPEAL OF TWO TAX PROTESTERS 

A BILL FOR IRS BOUNTY HUNTERS 

ERRANT JUDGE DESERVES STIFFEST PENALTY POSSIBLE 

...IMPEACHMENT REALITIES 

INCOME TAX EXEMPTIONS 
SEE TAX EXEMPTIONS 

INCOME TAX FORMS 

VITA HELPS ELDERLY FILE TAxFS 

TAX AID DFFFRED AT FLON COLLEGE 

TAKE A BYTE OUT OF TAXES ( AO I 

COURT REJECTS APPEAL OF TWO TAX PROTESTERS 

SIMPLIFICATION? BAH! HUMBUG! 

MARTINIS OR NOT. BUSINESS LUNCHES TO BE eOt DEDUCTIBLE 

INCOME TAX REFUNDS 

SEE ALS" TAX REFUNDS 

IRS DIRECT TAX DEPOSIT TO CONTINUE 

IRS TO TEST ELECTRONIC REFUNDS IN DURHAM 

INCOME TAXES 

SFE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S., INCff'E TAXES 

SEE ALSO FLAT RATE INCOME TAX 

SEE ALSO Tax increases 

SEE ALSO TAXES, U.S. 
FEDS TRFAT N.C. WELL 
TAX SEMINAR PLANNED JAN. 16 
FREE TAX COUNSELING AVAILABLE 

DUKE ACCOUNTING OFFICE BUSY AT TAX-FILING TIME 
TAX LAWS TRIMMING FOREIGN GOLFERS' SCHEDULES 
TAKE A BYTE OUT OF TAXES (AD) 
TWO WOMEN FINFD FOR PROTESTS ON TAX FORMS 
STATE TAX OFFICE IS OFFERING HELP 
'CONTRACTING OUT' PLAN NEEDS TO BE REVISED 
DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR TAX RECEIPTS ARE? 
POST OFFICE TO HELP LATE TAX FILERS 
THEY'LL BE WAITING! 



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CHEER UP — IT'S APOIL 15 
SQUARE I tCARTOON) 
TAX OEAPLINE 

INTlRN^L^JElENiE'^slSvICE PACES FUTURE DIFFICULTIES 

?Snc''Tll7''Ee?ci5^NIC REFUNDS IN DURHAM 
TAX REFOR- WILL COST BLUE CROSS 

fFAis^FRoi'"lRs"DESCFNOING ON OuRHAH. CHAPEL HILL FIRMS 
iliSI TaSbIttlE EJECTED IN 1987 GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

INCOME TAXES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. REVENUES 

5FE ALSO PAYRTLL TAX 

SEE ALSC TAXES. N.C. ,-„^_ 

N.C. TAX LAW CHANGES TAKE EFFECT 

STATE OFFERS HELP ON TAX RETURNS 

S!c'?"A?pl?E«'s°"SHi^"V2h YEAR IN FILING THEIR RETURNS 

deaol!ne'*h£Re';°returns avalanche building 

STATE WILL GET TAX BILL WINDFALL 

INCORPnRATION (MUNIdPALI 
SEE ALSO ANNEXATION 
SFE ALSO CITIES. N.C. 

'%'0RM?NG"NE;'cI?'i'Es"iA5 BECOME HORf OIFFICULT IN STATE 
YiNCErilLLE BFCOMES AN OFFICIAL TOWN - AGAIN 

INCUBATOR FACILITIES PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS INCUBATORS 

^■NFi'"N"'r''^INCU^ATUR PROGRAM TO 'HATCH- SMALL BUSINESSES 
sSsiKeSS INcUbStoR program HAS CASH BUT RULE TOO STIFF 

INDECENT EXPOSURE 
SEE ALSO NUDITY 

SFE ALSO ';exual offense laws 

FEMALE UNC STUOFNT CHASED BY NUDE MAN 
INDECENT EXPOSURE CHARGE LODGES AGAINST MAN. W 
DURHAM YOUTH CHARGED WITH INDECENT EXPOSURE AT UNC 
MFBANF "AN CHARGED WITH INDECENT EXPOSURE 

INDECENT LIBERTIES 

SEE CHILD MOLESTATION 

THE INDEPENDENT (NEWSPAPER) ,„.„„, 

SEE NORTH CAROLINA INDEPENDENT (NEWSPAPER) 

INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS ASSOCIATION OF DURHAM 
OFFICERS INSTALLED 
LENGTHY SERVICE 

INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS OF N.C. 

"cOLORCRiFT^OrOURHAM IS NOW LARGEST FILM PRCCESSjjR IN U.S. 
N.C; INDEPENDENT AGENTS PONDER DwN I""! DURANCE FIRM 
IlJoEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS MAY FORM THEIR OWN COMPANY 

INDEPENDENT VOTERS ,.„ 

SEE ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION 

INDEPENDENTS SEEN AS SANFORD MARGIN 

INDERAL 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

''SY^y?EK"s^S"Sghg'HAY BE USED AS SPFR-ICIOE 

I NO I A 

"!Nc'b^gu?V?l?tlTJ"?i;RACTERISTIC OF SIKHS 

riEHRU: FuLBRIGhT program alive, well back IN INDIA 
PARAPSYCHOLOGY, EDUCATION "IS GR E A I LOVES 
MILITANT SIKHS. HINDUS SHATTER GANDHI'S DREAM 
COURSE SET ON BRITISH INDIA 

INDIAN OCEANS ARTS FESTIVAL 

SFE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. FESTIVALS 
SFE ALSO FESTIVALS. DURHAM 
FESTIVAL OF INDIA 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

INDIANA 

RDU T"E BEST CHOICE 
•FONY' EXCUSE 

"*°"vETF^kN"0LfTICIAN5 TAKING THE SPOTLIGHT IN TODAY'S PBI-APIFS 

INDIANA UNIV. (BLODMINGTON. INDIANA) 
HOOLIGANS CRUSH FREE SPEECH 

INDIANA UNIV. ( BLOnMI NGION, INDIANA) SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
D'=VILS "ATCH KNIGHT'S BEST? 
FANS: BOOK ABOUT KNIGHT IS ACCURATc 

INDIANAPnUS^iOO^^ BROTHERS SHOwED INDY A TRICK OR TWO 

INI^IANS, DURHAM COUNTY „ ,. 

SEE ALSO GREAT INDIAN TRADING PATH 

OWNER WON'T EXTEND OPTION ON INDIAN ilTE 

INDIANS, N-C. 

SFE ALSO ChEROKFE INDIANS ^^.., 

SEE ALSO CITUENS FOR bETTER GOVERNMENT 
SEE ALS" DROWNING CREEK RESERVATION 
SFE ALSf" HATTAOARE INDIAN NATION 

SFE ALSO LUMBEE INDIANS 

SEE ALSO MQRATJC INDIANS 

SEE ALSO N.C. INDIAN AFFAIRS CO-MISSION 

SEE ALSO '..C. INDIAN CENTER. INC. 

SEE ALSO OCCANEECHl INDIANS 

SFE ALSO TOWN CEEK INDIAN MOUND 

III lhl3 iiirvt'S^'Nl^^irnlpEL HILL CAROLINA INDIAN CIRCLE 
VFAR OF THE INDIAN: *,OOTH ANNIVERSARY SFTS STAGF 
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1/01/86 



SUBJECTS 



l/J'J/-!? 



LUMBEE DOCTriR S»VS HE STUCK n GOAL 

ARCHAEOLOGIST: N.C. SITE MAY HE INDIAN VILLAGE 

INDIANS TO HOLD THO-DAy GATHERING 

INDIANS RFHEHPER TRADITIONS AT ENO-OCC ANE ECH I PTHWOW 

PEMBROKE UNIVERSITY SERVES AS SVMPOL TO LUHPEE INDIANS 

TOWN CREEK SITE FOR BEGINNING OF INDIAN FESTIVAL 

LEI'S NOT FORGET NATIVE AMERICANS WHEN WE HONOR COLUMBUS' V 

BLACKS. INOIAN FILE SUIT TO HALT JUDICIAL ELECTIONS 

ANCIENT CANOES FOUND AS PHELPS LAKE SHRINKS 

ASK him: HE'S HAPPY TO TELL YOU INOIAN T4LES OF CHEROKEES 

INOIAN FAMILY HAS UNUSUAL CELEBRATION ON THANKSGIVING 

THANKSGIVING NOT ONE-TIME-THING FOR N.C. INDIANS. SAYS MRS. 

INDIANS HONORED 

CHEROKEES DISAGREE OVER CULTURAL EROSION 

INOIAN SCULPTURE FEATURED AT STAGVILLE'S OPEN HOUSE 

CHIEF LFAOS HATTADARE INDIAN NATION 

HOUSING PROJECTS AIMED AT HELPING INDIANS IN N.C. 

FIRM HIRED TO HELP PLAN N.C. INOIAN CULTURAL CENTER 



INDIANS, N.C.f RELICS 
SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
ARCHAEOLOGIST: N.C. 



SITE MAY BE INDIAN VILLAGE 



I 



INDIANS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO NAVAJO INDIANS 

YEAR OF THE INDIAN: <.OOTH ANNIVERSARY SFIS STAGE 

RALEIGH INDIAN EXHIBIT COMBATS STEREOTYPES 

UNC CONFERENCE TO EXAMINE HEALTH OF AMERICAN INDIANS 

LET'S NOT FORGET NATIVE AMERICANS WHEN Wt HONOR COLUMBUS' VOYAGE 

FIRM NOT INVOLVED IN RELOCATION OF nIG MOUNTAIN AREA INDIANS 

ASK HIM: HE'S HAPPY TO TELL YOU INDIAN TALES OF CHEROKEES 

NATIVE AMERICANS' ART RAISES ISSUE OF SURVIVAL 

INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT PROGRAMS 
PLUGGING THE LOOPHOLES 

DURHAM BANKERS: TAX PLAN TO CJ T LOAN FUNDS 
DON'T END IRA DEDUCTION 

INDONESIA 

SEE ALSO PALI 

SEE ALSO PANCE INDONESIA 

JOURNEY TO EAST ASIA BEGINS ON GOOD NOTE 

BUMPY KEEL NOT ROCKING REAGAN'S BOAT 

SUBDUED BALLYHOO GREETS A WEARY REAGAN IN INDONESIA 

A LONG PAY'S SEARCH FOR A PRESIDENTIAL NAME 

INDOOR AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

SCIENTIST: AIR POLLUTION INDOORS GREATER CHALLENGE THAN OUTDOOR 
ASSESSING RISKS CRUCIAL FOR MAKING POLICY. EPA OFFICIAL SAYS 
FOLK TALES ARE TRUE: OUST BUNNIES CAN BE DANGEROUS 
REYNOLDS CHEMIST SAYS VENTILATION CAN HANDLE SECOND-HAND SMOKE 

INDUSTRIAL BONDS 

SEE INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONOS 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C. GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 

BOARD RECOMMENDS REZONING FOR TREYBURN 

FIRM MAKES OFFER FOR SOUTHLANP PARK 

MARTIN WELCOMES iZO MILLION AGRICULTURAL 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LAND-USE PLAN 

SEE ALSO HEAOOUARTERS PARK 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, PLANNING AND OEVFLOPMENT 

COMMISSIONERS FEAR COMPETITIVE EDGE AT RISK BY UTILITY FEES 

SEWER FEES FRET COMMISSIONERS 

JAPANESE GROUP WUOS DURHAM AS SISTER CITY 

GE BRINGING 125 WORKERS TO PA^K 

GE BRINGING 125 WORKERS TO TRIANGLE 

IBM HOVE CONTINUES GROWTH IN DURHAM 

GE WORKERS COMING TO DURHAM 

RESEARCH RECTANGLE PARK? 

PUBLIC-WURKER UNION ASKS TRFYOURN STUDY 

PLANNERS SAY SERVICES KEY TO SOUTH DURHAM GROWTH 

PLANNING BOARD TO REVIEW SITE PLANS TONIGHT 

BELGIUM FIRM LEASES SPACE IN ALSTON PARK 

DURHAM LEADS STATE IN NEW JOBS 

DURHAM RANKS 2ND IN JOBS, INVESTMENTS 

N.J. COMPANY BUYS FIRST LAND IN TREYBURN PROJECT 

N.J. FIRM BUYS TREYBURN LAND 

UNDERWRITERS DEDICATES NEW LABORATORY IN PARK 

ORGANON TEKNIKA DEDICATES LAND FOR S30 MILLION PLANT AT TREYBURN 



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NDUSTPIAL DEVELOPMENT 
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VELOPMENT PARKS 
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 
VELOPMENT ASSOCIATION 

IN JAPANESE BUSINESS TIES 

VENTURE CAPITAL 

DIFFERENT 
ANO IN 'I.e. 
ITAL' TO INDUSTRY 
RUSH OV-R 

ROJ=CT 

BS, MONEY. PRESTIGE 

05T TRIANGLE JOBS 

LLIPER PROJECT COULD EASE GROWTH'S CHOKEHOLP. 

G PLANT NEAR MAIDEN 

RIP HAD RESULTS 

MAY BE TOO EXPENSIVE 

8S' WITH NEW INDUSTRIES 

LLIPER 

■S ECONTMV GENERALLY SOUND 

BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY 

RE ABOUT ATOM DUSTER 

CONDUCTING SUPER COLLIDER WOULD BE AN HONOR 

HAS NOT MADE ECONOMIC PRIORITIES CLEAR 
OUGHT FTR N.C FIRMS 
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7/15/86 


A 


9 




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H 2 


6/07/86 


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H 2 


e/ID/B6 


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1 


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P38 


H 2 


9/01/B6 


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H 2 


9/18/B6 


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11/27/86 


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11/27/86 


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11/27/86 


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12/39/86 


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12/27/86 


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H 2 


12/29/86 


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7/15/86 


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1/09/86 


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4/18/86 


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DATE 


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L 

PC L 


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P 


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N.C. EXPECTS SMJLL IMPACT FPO" TAX PLAN 


5 


2 


5/23/ef. 


A 


8 


1 






TYRRELL MAY GET Z FACTORIES 


H 


2 


i/i'i/'b 


C 


18 


N 






ECCNO"IC SHIFT COULn SPELL TROUBLE FOR N.C. 


H 


2 


5/27/80 


A 


li 


N 






BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 


H 


•7 


5/2?/P6 


A 


q 


rj 






N.C. MANUFACTURING CLIMATE UP. SURVEY SAYS 


H 


1 


b/n/'b 


C 


4 


N 






REPORT SAYS N.C. ATTRACTIVENESS REASON FOR MANUFACTURING RISE 


S 


2 


6/lf./96 


A 


s 


N 






N.C. TREE FARMER GIVfcS SURVIVAL TRAINING 


s 


2 


6/17/B6 


A 


10 


N 






SHEAKON HARRIS FNVIRQNS ARE GROWING 


H 


2 


b/2h/°b 


A 


1 


3 


P3S 




N.C. LAM HURTS FOREIGN BUSINESS RECRUITMENT 


s 


2 


6/2T/St, 


A 


16 


J 






HUNT TO HEAD TRIANGLE EAST 


% 


7 


7/U/»6 


A 


5 


N 






FARMLAND BILL SURVIVES CHALLENGE 


H 


2 


T\.h/^b 


c 


1 


N 


L<.1 




EDEN INVESTORS ASK DEVELOPER TO RETURN MONEY 


H 


2 


7/;3/?6 


c 


l<. 


ti 






PASTRY FACTORY PLANNED 


H 


■> 


3/l0/»6 


c 


6 


N 






GW, VOLVO PLAN JOINT VENTURE IN GREEr^SBOKO 


s 


2 


a/16/B6 


c 


1 


N 






HONDA WILL EXPAND SJEPSONVILL' PLANT 


H 


2 


8/21/86 


B 


ID 


N 






LANGUAGE SCHOOL URGED IN' TRIANGLE 


H 


2 


a/2T/8tj 





^ 


N 






GOVERNOR UNVEILS ECONOMIC PLAN TO BOOST EDUCATION, LABOR FORCE 


s 


2 


8/27/86 


A 


2 


N 






STATE ECONOMIC STUDY KEEPS 'BIG THREE- PRIORITIES 


H 


2 


8/25/F6 


E 


n 


N 


0<.6 




MARTIN ADMINISTRATION ASKED Tl RELEASE DOCUMENTS 


H 


2 


a/3D/>>6 


F 


A 


N 






SANFORO ENDORSES TAX REFORM BILL NOW BEFORE CONGkESS 


H 


2 


9/0';/f6 


L 


1 P 


N 


L*0 




LEGISLATOR SAYS BOARD TORPEDCSO INVESTING OF STATE PENSION FUNDS... 


H 


2 


9/I0/P6 


c 


A 


N 






DUKE POWER'S REQUEST DRAWS BIG BUSINESS 


H 


2 


9/1S/06 


E 


8 


■I 






FIGHT FOR NEW INDUSTRIES FIERCE 


s 


2 


9/23/"6 


A 


3 


J 






N.C. CRACKS DOOR TO INDUSTRIAL TAX INCENTIVES 


s 


2 


9/2<./e6 


A 


in 


J 






JAPANESE COMPANY TQ LOCATE PLANT IN GUILFORD 


H 


2 


lO/l 1/K6 


A 


1 3 


'1 






MARTIN, JORDAN DIFFER ON GROWTH PLAN 


s 


2 


10/n/Ft 


A 


o 


J 






FACTORY JOdS STABILUE, BUT S-l I F T EXPECTED 


H 


2 


11/13/B6 


A 


I'. 


N 






N.C. FAFTORY JOBS STABILIZE 


5 


2 


ll/n/B6 


A 


8 


N 






JORDAN OFFERS IDEAS ON HOW TO IGNITE N.C. ECONOMY 


H 


2 


11/13/B6 


A 


17 P 


N 


0^6 




BIPARTISAN SUPPORT SEEN ON FCDNOMIC PROPOSALS 


H 


2 


1 /li/Rb 


A 


10 P 


N 






$?0 MILLION YARN PLANT PLANNED IN NEW BERN 


H 


2 


I /I5/R6 


A 


ID 


*J 






GOVERNOR'S HOLLYWOOD TRIP WAS WELL JUSTIFIED 


H 


2 


I /2B/86 


A 


f. 


F 






LT. GOrf=RNOR TO ATTEND MEETING ON ECONOMY 


H 


2 


12/3'./»6 


D 


7 


N 






LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE TO SPEARHEAD PROGRAM ON ECONOMY 


H 


2 


12/17/86 


B 


8 


N 






BLIMP COMPANY BRINGS NEEDED JOBS TO SECTION OF N.C. 


H 


2 


12/27/66 


A 


8 


N 







INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, 
SEE ORANGE COUNTY. ^ 



ORANGE COUNTY 
.C INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 



INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. SOUTH 

panel: SOUTH MUST FIND OWN ECONOMIC SALVATION 
GOVFRNOPS DISCUSS GRASS ROOTS ISSUES 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, U.S. 
SEE ALS" TECHNOLOGY 

EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH: SCHOOL COMMITMENT KEY TO ECONOHIC dODM IN SOUTH 
study: some industrial STATES HOLDING GROUND WITH SUNBELT ON JOBS 
ATTITUDE OF JAPANESE SLURS PAST BFNEFACTOR 
MERE BILLIONS 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 

MEASURING DEVICE AIDS IN AERONAUTICS, JAW ALIGNMENT 

INDUSTRIAL ESPIONAGE 
SEE ALSO SPIES 

FBI AGENT SAYS DRUGS STILL MOST PERVASIVE CRI"E PROBLEM IN N.C. 
HAN SAYS FULL STORY TO COME OUT AT TRIAL 

INDUSTRIAL PARKS, N.C. 

SEE RESEARCH AND "EVELOPMENT PARKS 

INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONOS 
SEE ALSO PONDS 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C, PONDS 
SEE ALSO REVENUE BONOS 

ACTION STARTED ON BONDS FOR C= CL PLANT 

MAY INSIGHT 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

00 DEVELOPMENT BONOS SPUR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN N.C? 

INDUSTRIAL SECRETS 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO WHITE-COLLAK CRIMES 

MAN CHARGED WITH INDUSTRIAL SPYING 

MAN SAYS FULL STORY TO COME OUT AT TRIAL 

N.C. Changes trade-secret rul^ for health reasons 

MAN IS CONVICTED OF ATTFMPTIN- TQ SELL GLAXO SECRETS 
UNC-GLAXO DEAL INDICATES SECRET RESEARCH 
UNC FACULTY COUNCIL ADOPTS REPORT SEEKING MORE POWER 
GLAXO-UNC C"NTRACTS NEEDED OPEN MEETINGS 
BURLINGTON COMPANY SUES EX-EMOLOyEES OVER SECRETS 

INFANT MORTALITY 

SEE ALSO DEAIH PATE 

WOMAN SENTENCED FOR HIDING BpTH OF STILLBORN INFANT 

PRENATAL CARE FIGURES CAUSE SOME WORRY 

U.S. INFANI DEATH RAIE PERPLEXING TO CHILD-CARE SPECIALIST AT UNC 

EMPHASIS ON PRENATAL CARE URGEO 

STAGGERING HUMAN STATISTICS 

N.C. INFANI DEATH RATE SETS RECORD LOW 

LEGISLATORS FOCUS ON SOUTHERN YOUTH 

INFANT NUTRITION 

SFE ALSO BABY FOOD 
SEE ALSO NUTRITION 

PARENTS UFTFN OVERFEED BABIES 

INFANI SAFETY SEA 7 LDANER PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CHILD RESTRAINT SEATS 

SAFETY SEAT PROGRAM MAS LVIING PROOF OF ITS EFFECTIVENESS 
DURHAM NEEDS AGENCY TO RENT INFANT CAR SEATS AT LOW COST 

INF ANTIC IDF 

SFE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM 

SFE ALSO Child abuse, n.c. 
SEE ALSO Child abuse, u.s. 
aEE ALSO Children, muocer 

SEE ALS" MyRoEs. N.C. 

concealing oipth charged 

man sentenced for fatally shooting infani 

n.c. wjman gets 3 life sentences for infant deaths 

student pleads guilty to killing infant son 

woman sentenced fdr killing baby 

EOGECDMPE 0FFIC':RS INVESTIGATING BABY'S OFATH 
GOLDSPORO B«3Y'S DEATH INVESTIGATED 
WOMAN WHC BURNE" SON GETS 2 LIFE SENTENCES 
FORMER STUDENT GETS PRISON TERM IN BABY'S DEATH 

INFANTS 

SEE ALSO PAHY FOOD 

SEE ALSO BABY ON bqARD 

SFE ALSO BIRTHS 

SEE ALSO DIAPERS 

SEE ALSO PREMATURE INFANTS 



5/18/86 'J 1 
7/30/86 A 



H 2 3/17/86 A 

H J 6/J6/»6 C 

5 2 9/30/86 A 

H 2 12/1 1/86 A 



H 2 <./03/e6 C 13 



1/08/86 A 
5/04/86 C 



H 1 <./15/S6 C 1 

H 2 S/Ji/Bb C 5 

H 2 7/29/86 A 13 

S 2 10/06/86 A 3 



7 


1/07/86 


A 


6 


7 


5/JA/B6 


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/ ) 


7 


6/18/86 


I. 


IS 


? 


7/26/86 


H 


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13/17/86 


ri 


3 


1 


10/18/86 


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10/18/86 


A 


4 


1 


10/30/86 


B 


A 


, 


2/2D/°6 


B 


3 


7 


3/23/86 


( 


H 




5/2A/8b 


A 


1 




5/24/B6 


c 


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9/18/Ob 


H 


6 




11/17/86 


A 


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H I 5/29/86 B 1 N H6D 
S 2 10/06/86 A A L 



1/08/86 
1/16/86 
<./C8/Rb 
<./19/86 
5/16/86 
6/27/P6 
7/i<./8b 
8/31/''6 
10/10/86 



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N U U A L 
1/01/86 



I .N D E X 
U/3l/fl6 



SUBJECTS 



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l/C/rt? 



SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BARY 
SEE ALSn THINS 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF GIVING AWAY BABY 

•BABY DOE' SULING WON'T AFFECT N.C. LAWS — OFFICIALS 

NEwBOFN BABY FOUND 

JOHNSTON COUNTY BABY FQUNO ALIVE IN TBASH BAG 

BABY FOUNO IN GARBAGE BAG LISTED IN CRITICAL CONUITIOW 

INFANTS NEEDEn FOR STUDY 

STUDY SHOWS jay-car; no THREAT TU BINDING 

AILING INFANT'S PLIGHT TOUCHES CO"MUNIIY 

HUNTERS FIND NEWBORN BABY BESIDE ROAD 

INFANTS. APANDONED 

SFE CHILD ABANDnN'<ENT 

INFERTILITY 

SFE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. REPP01UCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY AND INFERTILITY DIV. 
SFE ALSO FERTILITY 

SMOKING. EXERCISE MAY REDUCE CAUSE OF INFERTILITY 

INFINITY ROAD 

REALTOR: COUNCIL VOTE ' ANT I-G" GWTH ' 

ZONING CHANGE REJECTION SHOWS CITY COUNCIL CARES ABOUT PEOPLE 

INFINITY ROAD WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE ALSO WATER TREATMENT PLANTS. DURHAM 

BONDS WOULD HELP FINANCE EXPANSION OF WATFR PLANTS 
FARRINGTON ROAD PLANT'S TESTS MAY BE MQOEL FOP FUTURE 
DURHAM MAY BE MODEL FOR WATER SYSTEMS 



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A 


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INFINITY WOODS 

REALTOR: COUNCIL VOTE 



'ANTI-GROWTH' 



INFLATION, U.S. 

SEE ALSO COST OF LIVING 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FOOD, COSTS 

SCL'S PRESIDENT SEES RATES ON INTEREST. INFLATION STAYING LOW 

INFLUENZA 

SEE ALSO AVIAN I 
SEE ALSO DISEASE 
FLU FORCES CL" 
FLU CUTTING AT 
FLU CAUSES EME 
32 STATES REPO 
FLU IS SPREADI 
FLU-LIKE BUG B 
FLU CAUSING E" 
ALAMANCE HOSPI 
BURLINGTON HOS 
OLDER ADULTS B 
FLU CAN BE AN 
INFLUENZA OUTB 
DURHAM PRACES 
FLU CASES INCR 
HOST SCHOOLS I 
■BUG' HITS nuR 



NFLUENZA 

S ISEE ALSO NAM'S OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 

SING 

TENDANCE AT MCDOWELL SCHOOLS 

RGENCY POULTRY RULES 

RT INFLUENZA 

NG IN NORTH CAROLINA 

ITES SCHOOLS 

PTY DESKS IN SO'<E AREA SCHOOLS 

TSLS RESTRICT VISITS DUE TO FLU 

PITALS LIFT RFSTRICTIONS ON VISITORS 

EING URGED TO GET THEIR FLU SHOTS SOON 

EPIDEMIC DISEASF--AND 'IT STILL KILLS' 

KEAK EXPECTED 

FOR ONSLAUGHT OF FLU 

EASE ON N.C. CAMPUSES 

N AREA FAIRLY F»EF OF FLU BUG 

HAM SCHOOLS 



INFLUENZA SHOTS 

'HIGH-RISK' PEOPLE URGED TO GET FLU SHOTS 

INFOCEL (FORMERLY FULCRUM COMPUTER CORP. I 

RALEIGH COMPUTER SUPPLIER BUYS O.C. SOFTWARE COMPANY 

INFOMARKFTING INC. 

DOSSIER: BARBARA SHORT 

BARBARA SHORT BEGINS NEW AD. PR AGENCY 

INFORM INC. 

INVESTOR FEAR ABOUT TAX REFORM IMPACT KNOCKS BACK AREA STOCKS 

INFORMATION RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO DIRECTORY OF DURHAM COMMUNITY RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO DISINFORMATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C DOWNTOWN INFORMATION OFFICE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM ENERGY INFORMATION OFFICE 

ELECTPQMCS DESTINED TO RECORD INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS E NETWORKS CORP. 

ISN CORP. IN RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK LINKED TQ 15 OTHER LAPS AROUND U.S. 

INFRACTIONS 

SFE ALSO "ISDEM'ANORS 

MANY TRAFFIC OFFENSES ARE NOW 'INFRACTIONS' 

INFUSIONCAPE 

HOME HEALTH-CARE FIRM OFFERS SERVICE 

INGOIO TIRE CO. 

INGOLO TIRE COMPANY: "UCH SUCCESS TO THE nuKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC lAOl 

INNER I TANCE 

SEE ALSO ESTATE PLANNING 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE POLICIES 
SEE ALSO WILLS 

N.C. LAW HURTS FOREIGN BUSINESS RECRUITMENT 

WOULD-BE MILLIONAIRE IS PATI£~1T 

AVERY COUNTY MAN WAITS PATIENTLY FOR t5 MILLION 

LLOYD FAMILY AT ODDS OVER ESTATE HANDLING 

INHERITANCE TAX 

SF£ ALSO TAXES. N.C. 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

THE INN AT 8INGH4M SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO "ED AND BREAKFAST HOTELS 
SEE ALSO PINGHAM SCHOOL 

RESTORED HEADMASTER'S HOME A BED- AND-BRF AKF AS T INN 

INNER ISLAND SURF SHOP 

FOR INNER-CITY SURFERS: A RIPPING GOOD TIME 

INNESBPUOK APART"ENTS 
SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

HEARINGS SET ON ANNEXATION OF FOUR AREAS 
CITY ANNEXES THREE TRACTS 
COUNCIL OKS ANNEXATIONS 

INNKEEPER MOTOR LODGE 

SEE ALSO HOTELS. DURHAM 

HOTFL PLAN Expected to draw fire tonight 

INNOCULATIONS 

SEE IMMUNIZATIONS 



S 2 1/07/86 C 



H 2 11/20/86 A 22 P II c.! 



H 




1/24/B6 


B 


A 


N 




H 




/2')/?6 


H 


lA 


M 




H 




/30/n6 


A 


1 h 


N 




H 




/3I/P6 


rt 




N 




H 




2/05/P6 


H 




N 




S 




2/U5/f>6 


A 




N 


S84 


H 




^/06/e6 


V 




N 


SHU 


H 




2/0B/P6 


1, 




N 


H60 


H 




3/13/86 


h 




\ 




H 




9/25/P6 


f 


l"- 


N 




H 




ll/l'</86 


(. 


1 ? 


N 




H 




12/IA/R6 


( 




N 




S 




12/15/86 


A 




N 




S 




12/15/86 


1 




■J 




H 




12/11/86 


A 


1 6 


N 


KO 


s 


2 


l2/l'?/86 


c 




N 


S92 



S 2 IO/DA/86 A I N M06 
H 2 <./06/86 C 13 N 



H 2 6/15/86 C lA P G 
H 2 6/29/86 12 P N 



H 2 12/3A/86 A 20 P U 141 

H 2 3/30/86 D 3 o U HA5 

H 2 '»/2'/R6 A lA N M97 

H ? 10/l9/«6 C 1 N 'J27 

S 7 12/13/86 C I N M06 

H 2 5/13/86 D 17 A 



S 2 6/27/86 A 16 

S 2 9/0A/86 C 9 

H 2 9/06/86 e A 

S 2 10/24/86 A 5 



H 2 12/05/86 A 



H 3 9/23/i>6 C ION ABO 
S 2 7/10/86 D 1 P F G59 



S 2 10/36/86 A 1 
H 2 10/21/86 B 1 
S 2 10/21/86 A 12 



S 2 1/06/86 C I 



N H70 
N ASA 
N H70 



M N T H L 



Y / A N ;j U A L 

1/01/S6 - 



INDEX 



s u e J E 



SEE ALSO HOTELS. N.C. 
THE LITERARY LANTERN 

STATE'S 6E0 t. BREAKFASTS. COUMTRY I N.M S BURCFONINl, 
REHflTC N.C. MOUNTAIN INN HAS '=XCLUSIVE CLIENTELE 
MOUNTAIN INN GIVES SHELTER TO HIKERS 

INOCULATION 

SEE IMMUNUATtONS 

INSANITY 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

DOCTOR: TREATMENT CAUSED IN5A>IITY 



INSANITY PLEA 
SEE ALSO C 
SEE ALSO M 
PLEA BAR 
INSANITY 
MANCUSO 
MAN RULE 
JURY SEL 
MANCUSO 
3 JURORS 
FIVE HOC 
ALL MURD 
JURY SEL 
12 JUROR 
SLAIN GI 
MANCUSO 
ORANGE M 
BURKE TO 
FEu MUSD 
MANCUSO 
JUOGE OR 
CLASSMAT 
PSYCHOL'^ 
DA PROOF 
EXPERTS 
PSYCHIAT 
EXPFRT C 
JURORS B 
TEACHERS 
MANCUSO 
TRIAL: 9 
MANCUSO 
STATE PS 
MANCUSO 
MANCUSO 
MANCUSO 
MANCUSO 
MANCUSO 
MANCUSO 
OA: I^ISA 
TRIAL RA 
HAN ACQU 
WOMAN IS 
INSANI TY 
JURORS N 

B'ikke ma 
KILLER 5 



RIMINAL SFNTENCING 

ENTAL HEALTH 

GAIN IN MURTER GET 

WILL OF MANCUSO'S 
CLAIMS INSANITY. P 
D ABLE TO FACE MUR 
ECTION SET TO BFGI 
JURY PICKS SLOW 

SEATED IN MANCUSO 
E JURORS ARE SEATE 
ERtRS ARE CRAZY 
ECTION PROCEEDS SL 
S SELECTEO FOR MAN 
RL'S MOTHER TELLS 
HAD NOTE TO 'KILL 
AN CLEARED OF MURO 

BE MOVED TO UMSTE 
EPERS INSANE 
S PARENTS OUTLINE 
DERS MURDER DEFEND 
ES CALL MANCUSO GE 
GIST SAYS SHE BELI 
S VALIDITY OF TEST 
AGREE MANCUSO INSA 
RIST SAYS MANCUSO 
ITES OEMQRSF BY MA 
EVHW MANCUSO'S ME 
I WORKER SAW NO UN 
DENIED MISTRIAL MO 
AVID MANCUSTS FAT 
WROTE THREAT IN GI 
YCHIATRIST DISPUTE 
MOTIVE SAID HIDDEN 
S FATE BEFORE JURY 
JURY AT STANDSTILL 
JURY STALLS; MISTR 
CONVICTED: JUOGE 5 
GETS LIFE FOR TEEN 
NITY HARD TO PROVE 
ISES nuESTIONS ABO 
ITTFD IN KILLING ■ 

CONVICTED OF BURN 

PLEA TO BE CHALLE 
EED GUILT BY INSAN 
Y BE OUT OF UHSTEA 
ET FREE AFTER DOCT 



S MAN IB YEARS 

OEFENSE 
LEAOS NOT GUILTY 
DER TRIAL 
N n "ANCUSO TRIAL 

TRIAL 
D FTR MANCUSO TRIAL 

OWLY IN MANCUSO TRIAL 

CUSO TRIAL 

OF ENCOUNTERS 

NOR'IA" 

ER BY INSA'JITY PLEA 

AO HOSPITAL 

PAST TRAUMAS 

ANT SENT TO BUTNER 

NTLE . LOVING PERSON 

EVES MANCUSO INSANE DAY OF SLAYING 

S ON MANCUSO 

NE : ACCUSED'S DELUSIONS DANGEROUS... 

ON M ISSION 

NCUSO AS SIGN OF HOPE FOR A CURE 

DICAL REPORTS. GRADES 

USUAL SIGNS IN MANCUSO 

TIO^ 

e «;STS UN JURY'S OPINION OF SANITY 

RL'S ANNUAL 

S CLAIM MANCUSO INSANE AT TIME OF KILLING 



lAL IS DENIED 

ETS LIFE PLUS 3-YEAR SENTENCE 
- MURDER 

UT INSANITY PLEAS 

USI REMAIN IN HOSPI TAL 

ING HER BABY 

NGED 

ITY OPTION 

D SOON 

ORS SAY HE'S NOW SANE 



INSECT REPELLENT 

OOH!. OOHI. THAT HUNTING SMELL! 

INSECT STINGS 

SEE ALSO EEES 

WARM WEATHER'S RETURN BRINGS BITING INSECTS 
THERE ARE DOS AND DON'TS TO FIGHTING SUMMER ITCHES 
MAN FLEEING FPOM HORNETS RUN "OWN. KILLEO BY TRACTOR 
ALLERGIES TO INSECT BITES CAN BE SEVERE 

INSECTICIDE 

SEE ALSO HERBICIDES 

SEE ALS" NATURAL INSECTICIDE 

SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 

SEE ALSO TOXAPHENE 

N.C. CROPDUSTER'S LICENSE SUSPENDED 

INSECTICIDE SPILLED NEAR HOME 

SEEDS. SEAWEED STRUGGLE ALONG IN SURVIVAL OF FITTEST 

INSECTS 

SFE ALSO FLEAS 

iEE ALSO YELLOW JACKETS 

INSECTS BECOMING MURE RESISTANT TO PESTICIDES 

PESTS BEST KILLEO WHILE STILL YOUNG 

FROM OUTER SPACE? 

DROUGHT KILLING INSECTS IN FORESTS 

INSECTS. PESTS 

SEE ALSO MUS3UITUES 

SEE ALSO PEST EXTERMINATORS 

SEE ALSO PINE BEETLES 

SEE ALSO TtRMIIFS 

SEE ALSO TICKS 

FIRE ANTS MARCHING ACROSS S.C. SOUTHEAST 

SCIENTISTS STUDY NATURAL INSECTICIDES 

UAGWORMS FEED ON MANY KINDS OF TREES 

DROUGHT BRINGING CUT POOR. THIRSTY YELLOW JACKETS 

DROUGHT SFNOS BUGS CRAWLING TO HUMANS 

INSIDE I SUN CULUMNI 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIOF 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INS IDE 
INS IDF 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDF 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 
INSIDE 



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PAGc 5^0 
l/0')/<17 


N F 
P 


s 

E 
DATE C 


T 

L 

PG L 


T 
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=>YL 


S J 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


e./l6/P6 A 
6/21/B6 L) 
a/06/96 C 
9/2''/"6 B 


7 
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2 


U 

'1 
N 
N 





S 7 10/07/B6 C I 



H 




3/0^/B6 


3 




^l 


sa2 


s 




3/l7/e& 


A 


I P 


•J 


T85 


H 




3/18/Pt. 


A 


I P 


w 


S8? 


H 




6/J*>/1o 


9 




N 




H 




3/04/B6 


A 




N 


S32 


H 




8/05/fl6 


A 


1 ^ 


N 


S8? 


S 




3/05/Rb 


A 


I P 


''I 


TU5 


H 




B/06/R6 


A 


1 P 


'J 


454 


H 




a/Oft/Rt. 


A 




L 




s 




8/0^/"6 


A 


I P 


N 


TS*^ 


H 




8/07/P6 


A 




N 


t^^ 


s 




8/07/Pfa 


A 


I P 


M 


re*; 


s 




3/0^/Sb 


A 


1 P 


^l 


r85 


H 




8/09/fl6 


A 




^J 


-(27 


^ 




8/0^/fi6 


B 




N 




H 




3/ll/Rb 


A 




L 




H 




8/17/Pb 


A 


I P 


^J 


sa? 


H 




a/l?/'*b 


c 




N 


.127 


S 




8/12/P6 


A 


1 P 


N 


T85 


H 




3/15/96 


A 


1 P 


N 


58? 


s 




B/n/flfa 


A 


1 ^ 


N 


T85 


H 




8/lA/Pb 


A 


1 P 


M 


S8? 


s 




8/l^/?b 


A 


I P 


■'I 


T85 


H 




8/lS/Pb 


A 


I P 


N 


S8? 


S 




8/IS/P6 


A 




N 


185 


H 




8/lb/«6 


A 


1 P 


M 


S82 


S 




e/i*)/fb 


A 


1 P 


'A 


Td"^ 


H 




9/l7/flb 


A 


I P 


N 


'".a? 


$ 




8/18/P6 


A 


I P 


N 


r65 


H 




8/l<5/Pb 


A 


i p 


M 


= 82 


S 




d/i'J/flb 


A 


I p 


M 


T8S 


H 




d/^^/fb 


A 


1 p 


'1 


Sb? 


s 




S/2n/Rb 


A 


i ° 


M 


TS'^ 


<; 




d/2l/R6 


A 


I p 


^1 


T85 


H 




a/22/'lb 


A 


I p 


N 


■=8? 


S 




8/27/nb 


A 


I " 


M 


Td'; 


s 




ti/Z2/f^b 


A 




^J 


T3S 


s 




8/2'/P6 


A 




F 




H 




8/26/85 


c 




^l 




H 




d/2^/86 


A 


10 


n 




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q/o?/fit 


A 


\ p 


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<;33 


H 




9/07/96 


D 




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I l/l^J/ffe 


A 




''i 


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H 


2 


U/21/P6 


B 




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W27 



H 2 3/16/B6 H U 



S 2 6/0<./°6 A 7 N 

S 2 7/0'/B6 A U 

H 2 6/U2/86 A 5 N 

5 2 a/06/B6 A LB N 



S 2 3/l2/°6 A I 
S 2 </D^/B6 A » 
H 2 U/06/B6 B <. 



S ' I/17/B6 b 1 

S 2 I/31/B6 ^ I 

H 2 5/2B/B6 C 3 

H 2 7/2'l/B6 C 7 



H 


2 


3/17/86 


e 




N 




s 


2 


3/17/B6 


c 




N 




s 


2 


<./^S/P(, 


A 




•1 




H 


2 


7/18/R6 


A 




f| 




s 


2 


7/<:6/B6 


A 


I T 


N 


S33 


c 


2 


l/J<t/B6 


A 




U 


T30 


S 


2 


1/11/B6 


A 




U 


T3C 


s 


2 


l/lB/«6 


A 




U 


T30 


s 


2 


1/2S/B6 


A 




u 


T3'' 


s 


2 


2/01/B6 


A 




u 


T30 


s 


2 


2/38/66 


A 




u 


T i" 


s 


2 


2/15/86 


A 




u 


^30 


s 


7 


2/27/86 


A 




U 


T30 


s 


2 


3/31/86 


A 




u 


T30 


s 


2 


3/J8/B6 


c 




u 


T31 


s 


2 


3/1S/86 


A 




u 


T3D 


s 


7 


3/2'/86 


A 




■J 


r3" 


s 


2 


3/2T/B6 


A 




tr 


T30 


s 


2 


<./12/86 


A 




u 


130 


s 


2 


<./l<>/86 


A 




u 


T33 


s 


2 


<,/26/B6 


A 




u 


T30 




2 


5/03/86 


A 




u 


T30 


^ 


2 


5/10/86 


A 




u 


T3" 


s 




5/17/B6 


A 




'J 


T30 


s 


2 


5/2<./B6 


A 




u 


T30 


s 


2 


5/31/86 


A 




u 


T3n 


s 


2 


6/D7/n6 


A 




u 


T30 


s 


2 


6/l<./86 


A 




1 1 


T3C 


s 


2 


6/21/86 


A 




'1 


T30 


s 


2 


6/28/86 


A 




u 


T30 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/35 



INDEX 
U/31/B6 



IMSIOF 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE ' 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIDE 

INSIOEO TRADING SANCTIONS 
SEE ALSO STOCK FRAUD 

NORTH CAROLINA BUSINESSMEN FEAR EFFECTS OF INSIHER TRADING 
BUSINESSMAN SAYS SEC DROPS INSIDER TRADING CHARGES 

THF INSIDEPS' GUIDE TO THE TRIANGLE ( BOOK I 
TRIANGLE: THE BOOK 

INSIGHT IDURHAH MOONING HERALD FEATUREI 
JANUARY INSIGHT 
FEbPUARY INSIGHT 
MARCH INSIGHT 
GROWTH IS IMMINENT 
MAY INSIGHT 
AUGUST INSIGHT 
SEPTEMBER INSIGHT 
DECEMBEP INSIGHT 
THE HUMOR WAS HELMS' 

INSOMNIA 

SEE SLEEP 

INSPECTIONS (CITY AND COUNTY OFFICFSI 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY PLANNING AND INSPECTIONS OFFICE 
SEE DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 

INSTALLMENT DEBT 

SEE CONSUMER nERT 



INSTI 
SE 
SE 
SE 



INSTI 

SE 
SE 



INSTI 
SE 



INSTI 
SE 



INSTI 
SF 



INSTI 
SE 



I TUTE, 
...THF 
UNION 

TUTE 
E ALSO 
E ALSO 
E ALSO 
PSYCHI 
DURHAM 

ITUTE F 
U.S. G 

TUTE 
E ALSO 
E ALSO 
5125,0 

TUTE 
E EVOL 

TUTE 
e UNIV 

TUTE 
E ALSO 
DUKE S 

TUTE 
E INST 



WEST VIRGINIA 

LATEST REPORTED GAS LEAK AT UNION CARBIDE... ICARTOONl 
CARBIDE PLANS TO SELL RTP AGRICULTURAL DIVISION 

OB PARAPSYCHOLOGY 

FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH ON THE NATURE OF MAN 

PARAPSYCHOLOGY 

PSYCHICS 
C DOES NOT RELIEVE IN EVIL 

INSTITUTE FOR PARAPSYCHOLOGY OFFERS FREE LECTURES 



OR SOUTHERN STUDIES 

OVEONMENT TOP LANDOWNER IN STATE 

OR TRANSPORTATION RESEAPCH 

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PRTGRAM COR LOCAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCIES 

TRAFFIC SAFETY 
00 GRANT HELPS KEEP TRANSPORTATION AGENCIES 'UP TO DATE" 

F CREATION RESEARCH (SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA! 
UTION 

F GOVERNMENT 

. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT 

F NUCLEAR POWER OPERATPNS 

NUCLEAR PLANTS, U.S. 
TUUENT WINS Sl.SOO SCHOLARSHIP 

F SOUTHERN STUDIES 

ITUTE FOR SOUTHERN STUDIES 



INSTRUMENT SOCIETY OF AMERICA 

RTP TRADE GROUP PUSHES FOR DEGREES IN INSTRUMENTATION 

INSULATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM EMERGENCY ENERGY COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO WINFERIZATION PROGRAM 

ENERGY-EFFICIENT HOUSES SAVE MONEY 

ADDING INSULATION REDUCES HEAT LOSS 

INSUL IN 

SEE ALSO DIABETES 

WOMAN MAY HAVE RECEIVED INSULIN INJECTIONS 



AUTO INSURANCE 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

CREDIT INSURANCE 

DENTAL INSURANCE 

DISAfllLITY INSURANCE 

DUKE UNIV.. INSURANCE 

DUBHAM, N.C, INSURANCE 

nuPHAM COUNTY, N.C, SELF INSURANCE 

DURHAM COUNTY HOSPITAL CORP., INSURANCE 

ESTATE PLANNING 

FEOERAL PfcNSIUN INSURANCE 

FIRE INSURANCE 

HEALTH INSURANCE 

HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE 

INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS OF N.C 

LIABILITY INSURANCE 

LIFE INSURANCE 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE 

NO-FAULT INSURANCE 

N.C. DEPT. OF INSURANCF 

N.C. INSURANCE RATING "UREAU 

PRICE-ANnE^SON ACT OF 1957 

PRODUCT LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES UNDERWRITERS LTD. 

SELF-INSURANCE POOL 



INSURANCE 


SEE 


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ALSO 


SEE 


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7/2f./°6 


A 


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8/02/B6 


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1" 


730 




S 2 


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B 






tl 


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S ? 


3/16/P6 


B 


, 




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8/21/86 


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9/27/86 


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C 


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0/25/B6 


B 






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12/03/R6 


F) 


1 




N 


L<.1 




H 2 


11/16/66 





1 


P 


F 


C 19 




H 2 


1/05/66 





5 


T 




A2D 




H 2 


2/02/86 


D 


5 


T 




G33 




H 2 


3/02/66 


D 


5 


M 




A20 




H 2 


3/12/66 


A 


A 










H 2 


5/04/66 


D 


5 


T 




4 20 




H 2 


B/03/66 


D 


5 


T 




A20 




H 2 


9/07/66 


D 


5 


T 




G33 




H 2 


12/07/86 


D 


5 


T 




A20 




H 2 


12/30/66 


A 


A 











H 2 <,/03/Hb A ATT C50 
S 2 1/Z2/Rb A 1 N "85 



S 2 10/31/66 B 1 " F S27 
S 2 12/02/86 A 10 N 



H 2 7/l<./66 B I 



H 2 7/D6/S6 C 7 M M97 



S 2 10/22/86 A in N 



H 2 9/14/86 14 N H95 



S 2 10/24/66 A 6 F G59 
S 2 10/24/66 A 6 F G59 



H 2 1/11/66 A 6 N 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
U/31/Bo 



SUBJECTS 



1/09/B7 



UMEB ORGANIZATION 
UREAU 



SPE ALSO WORKER" COMPENSATION 
PANEL TO REWRITE INSURANCE LAJS 
LONG: OROPPEO POLICIES "AY BE TIP OF ICEBERG 
THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS 

GOVERNOR PRAISES LEGISLATORS FOR noING GOOD WORK, 
INSURANCE PANEL MULLS EFFECTIVENESS OF LAWS 
INSURANCE CLAIMS UP 

INSURANCE AGENTS 

N.C. IN06PEN0FNT AGENTS PONDER OWN INSURANCE FIRM 

INSURANCE COMPANIES 

SEE INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

INSURANCE FRAUD 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 

SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE FRAUD 
SEE ALSO WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES 

GREENVILLE MAN GETS SIX YEARS FOR FALSE CLAIMS 

WAKE JUPY ACJUITS DURHAM TEACHER 

5 SENTENCED TO JAIL FOR STAGING PHONY ACCIDENTS 

UNNECESSA'Y INSURANCE 

ESC REPORTS ^05 PEOPLE CONVICTED OF FOAUD CHARGES 

HISSING BUSINESSMAN ARRESTED IN TENN. 

INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO INSUPA'ICE PREMIUM TAXES 
SEE ALSn NATIONAL INSURANCE CONS 
SEE ALSO N.C. INSURANCE RATING n 

BIAS IN BENEFITS 

COMPANY MAY RAISE PREMIUMS FQO 

INSURANCE INDUSTRY AT FAULT IN 

MARTIN: N.C. FACES CRISIS IN I 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY INSURANCE SES 

LEGISLATURE WILL HAVE SESSION 

THE INSURANCE SESSION 

FARM CREWS' INSURANCE CANCELED 

JONFS: INSURANCE WOES WIOESPRF 

INSURANCE COMMITTEES GIVE BILL 

LACK OF CONFIDENCE KEY TO I N SU 

ARROGANCE OF INSURANCE FIRMS L 

STOPGAP INSURANCE MEASURE UP F 

LAWMAKERS FIND SOLUTION NOT St 

LONG WANTS FIRMS TO SOLVE OWN 

INSURANCE aILL PASSES WITH E A' 

LEGISLATION MAY BRING INSURANC 

NEVER SAY 'NEVER' AGAIN (CARTO 

LONG: LEGISLATURE SHOULD EYE M 

PROCEDURAL EILL HAY BRING LONG 

INSURANCE FIR" TESTING ALLIANC 

SFLF-INSURANCE POOL EXPECTED T 

RATES SHOULD PENALIZE BAD. NOT 

AWARD LIMITS COULD EASE INSURA 

INSURANCE INDUSTRY PLANS PRDGR 

INSURANCE FIRMS TO "EGIN VOLUN 

LID ON MONEY FOR RAIN TOPS PAN 

CAP ON LAWSUIT AWARDS FOR PAIM 

LONG SAYS INSURANCE NOW AVAILA 

LAWYERS' GREED NOT CAUSE OF S3 

MALPRACTICE AWARDS CAP NOT LI< 

LONG SAYS N.C. RESIDENTS PAYIN 

INSURANCE FIRMS FIL^ COMPLAINT 

MORE INSURANCE COMPANIES SEEK 

IHORNPURG: INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

ASSEMBLY SHOULD DELAY INSURANC 

LAWYERS. LOBBYISTS DRAW BATTLE 

STAGE SET FOR LEGISLATIVE FIGH 

PANEL BACKS LIMITS ON DAMAGE A 

N.C. SHOULD REQUIRE INSURANCE 

FORMER INSURANCE AGENT IS SENT 

INSURANCE OFFICIALS OPPOSE FUR 

LEGISLATORS MUST ACT TO END LI 

BILL PROPOSES MORE AUTHORITY F 

LIMITS ON VACCINE LIABILITY OU 

HOUSE PANEL RAISES STAKES IN I 

TOUGHER AUTO INSURANCE REGULAT 

DEBATE Turning toward tighter 

LEGISLATOR QUESTIONS CAP ON AJ 
MALPRACTICE INSURANCE CURE SPA 
LOBBYISTS: INSURANCE FIRMS C GU 
PANEL BACKS MORE AUTHORITY FQ^ 
COMMITTEE VOTES TO RAISE CAPS 
POSSIBLE SHOWDOWN S^T ON TQO T 
HOUSE SETS UP CONFRONTATION OV 
DEADLOCK CONTINUES OVER INSUR« 
INSURANCE BILL ISSUE STILL BEI 
LEGISLATURE MUITS FOR WEEKEND; 
INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER 5 
SIX ATTCRNEYS GENERAL RAP INSJ 
N.C. INDEPENDENT AGENTS PONDER 
INSURANCE INDUSTRY HELD FACING 

INSURANCE POL ICIES 

SF6 ALSO ESTATE PLANNING 
SEE ALSO INHERITANCE 
SEE ALSO LIFE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO WILLS 

INSURANCE CANCELLATION CLOSES FIREWORKS PLANT 

INSURANCE PREMIU'' TAXES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. TAXES 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

INSURANCE COMPANIES CRITICIZE BILL 

FLAT TAX IS PROPOSED ON INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

LEGISLATURE QUITS FOR WEEKEND; CLOSE ON SEVFRAL ISSUES 

CONFEREFS CHOSEN ON INSURANCE BILLS 

INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER AUTHORITY 

INSURANCE RATES 

SFE ALSO AUTU INSURANCE RATES 
SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWA'OS 



1/11/B6 A 6 

2/0»/"6 A 6 

Z/lb/lb D 4 

3/JT/B6 A 9 

B/d'S/Bft C A 

3/IB/B6 I 



S ? 'i/lh/Bb A 16 



H 


? 


l/2<./B6 


r 


1 ^ 


s 


? 


3/0')/n6 


( 


1 


s 


? 


3/<!1/B6 


A 


1 I 


H 


■> 


7/1B/B6 


A 


A 


H 


? 


7/1B/86 


B 


h 


H 


I 


10/12/R6 


L 


1 1 





H 


2 


I/DB/86 


A 




F 




MALPRACTICE INSURANCE IN N.C. 


H 


2 


1/22/B6 


a 




N 




RISING COSTS--LAWYER 


H 


2 


l/2B/fl6 


A 


^ P 


N 


SB? 


NSURANCE 


S 


2 


l/ai^/Bb 


A 


i p 


N 




SION MULLED 


H 


2 


Z/U^/Pb 


A 




N 




ON INSURANCE 


H 


2 


Z/Ob/Hb 


A 




N 






H 


2 


2/J7/e6 


A 




F 






H 


2 


2/1 1/B6 


A 


ii 


N 




AD 


S 


7 


2/l2/l'6 


C 


1 p 


N 


WB2 


TENTATIVE APPROVAL 


H 


2 


2/13/90 


B 




N 


L4n 


RANGE WOES 


S 


2 


2/n/Bb 


A 




F 




ED TO ACTION FROM STATE 


s 


2 


2/17/66 


A 




J 




OR VOTE AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION OPENS 


H 


2 


2/ie/P6 


A 




N 




MPLF 


H 


2 


2/1B/B6 


A 




N 


L40 


PROBLEMS 


s 


2 


2/ia/B6 


A 




J 




E 


H 


2 


2/I'3/»6 


A 


i p 


N 


L40 


E RATE HIKE 


S 


2 


2/l'l/B6 


A 




N 




ONI 


H 


2 


2/2I/P6 


A 


A T 


T 


R56 


IGH INSURANCE PREMIUMS 


s 


? 


2/26/B6 


C 


1 p 


N 


M06 


• HOT LEGISLATIVE SESSION 


s 


2 


3/01/B6 


C 




J 




E WITH BANK 


H 


2 


3/0'./B6 


B 




N 




HFLP N.C. CITIES 


H 


2 


J/0'./B6 


A 


14 


N 




GOOD, DRIVERS 


s 


2 


3/11/86 


A 




E 




NCE CRUNCH 


s 


2 


3/13/66 


A 




c 




AM TO AID BUSINESSES 


H 


2 


3/2?/96 


A 




N 




lARY PROGRAM 


s 


2 


3/22/66 


A 


17 


N 




EL'S LIST FOR REFORM 


H 


2 


<./0'/B6 


A 




N 




ON LEGISLATIVE STUDY PANEL AGENDA 


H 


2 


A/13/R6 


c 




^l 


154 


BLE BUT CAN BE COSILY 


H 


2 


'./16/B6 


B 


^ P 


N 




ARING INSURANCE PREMIUMS — DUKE PROF. 


H 


2 


<./20/B6 


A 


15 


N 


A 54 


ELY 


H 


2 


4/30/66 


t! 




N 




G FOR LIABILITY LOSSES IN OTHER STATES 


H 


2 


3/02/66 


B 




N 




ABOUT N.C. TAXFS 


S 


2 


5/JO/66 


A 








N.C. TAX REFUNDS 


H 


2 


5/10/66 


e 




U 




HASN'T MADE CASE FOR CHANGES 


H 


2 


5/1A/86 


c 


1 P 


N 


L40 


E REFORM BILLS 


H 


2 


5/16/86 


D 




e 




LINES FDR DEBATE 


H 


2 


5/16/66 







U 


A20 


T ON INSURANCE 


H 


2 


i/Z-i/'b 


A 




N 


L4D 


WARDS 


s 


2 


5/26/86 


A 


I P 


N 




01 SCLOSURES 


H 


2 


5/2'>/66 


A 




L 




ENCEO 


H 


2 


5/27/66 


A 


22 


N 




THER DISCLOSURES 


H 


2 


6/05/66 


A 


14 


N 




ABILITY WOES 


S 


2 


6/0'./n6 


A 




F 




OR INSURANCE COMMISSIONER 


H 


2 


6/10/66 


B 




N 




ESTIUNED 


H 


? 


6/11/66 


C 




N 


L4D 


NSURANCE DEBATE 


H 


2 


6/12/86 


6 




N 


L40 


ION CONTEMPLATED 


S 


2 


6/12/66 


C 




N 




INSURANCE RULES 


H 


2 


6/1 3/66 


B 




N 


LAD 


AROS 


H 


2 


6/19/96 


B 




N 


L4D 


RKS DEBATE 


H 


2 


6/16/96 


E 




N 




LO BE FORCED OUT 


H 


2 


6/16/06 


C 




N 


L4'^ 


INSURANCE COMMISSIONER 


H 


? 


6/17/66 


A 


16 


N 


L40 


ON SUIT AWARDS 


H 


2 


6/20/96 


A 


16 


N 


L40 


REFORM 


H 


2 


6/27/66 


a 


1 P 


N 


L40 


EP CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGES 


H 


2 


7/10/66 


A 


19 


■'I 


L4n 


NCE REFORM BILLS 


H 


2 


7/12/96 







N 




NG CONSIDFRED IN SENATE 


S 


2 


7/1 V»6 


A 


11 


N 




CLOSE ON SEVERAL ISSUES 


H 


2 


7/13/66 


c 




N 


L4D 


UTHORITY 


H 


? 


7/16/66 


c 




^| 


L40 


RANCE INDUSTRY 


H 


2 


7/23/66 


A 


12 


N 




OWN INSURANCE FIRM 


S 


2 


)/26/66 


A 


16 


M 




CRISIS OF RESPONSIBILITY 


H 


2 


11/07/86 


A 


2 


N 





H 2 7/02/B6 D 



7/J3/66 A 11 

7/11/66 A 1? 

7/1 1/"6 C 1 

7/15/66 A 1 1 

7/16/96 C 1 




THE INSURANCE SESSION 

INSURANCE COSTS BLAMED FQR RURAL N.C. DOCTORS DROPPING OBSTETRICS 

SOME DOCTORS STOP DELIVERING 9 ao I F S 

RISING INSURANCE COSTS PASSED UN TO THE PATIENTS, DOCTORS SAY 

JONFs: INSURANCE WUES wIDESPRFAO 

INSURANCE COMMITTEES GIVE BILL TENTATIVE APPROVAL 

LACK OF CONFIDENCE KEY TO INSURANCE WOES 



H 2 


l/a'7/66 


B 


1 N 


r,3n 


H 2 


l/lD/96 


C 


5 N 




S 2 


1/16/66 


C 


2 "1 




H 2 


1/26/96 


A 


1 P N 


sa2 


H 2 


2/04/6O 





A N 




H 2 


2/05/66 


A 


1 N 




H 2 


2/06/86 


A 


I N 




H 2 


2/07/86 


A 


4 E 




H 2 


2/J7/86 


A 


q N 




H 2 


2/12/96 


b 


1 N 


sao 


H 2 


2/12/66 


B 


I N 


Sao 


S 2 


2/12/86 


C 


1 P N 


W82 


H 2 


2/13/66 


B 


3 M 


L46 


S 2 


2/13/66 


A 


4 F 





MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/66 - U/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



l/0''/S7 



c I"; I. p AVI 



HIGHER INSURANCE RATES DRIVE :)OCTORS TO "SAFETY' 

LEGISLATORS QUESTION OBSTETRICS INSURANCE HUE 

3RD COMPANY SEEKS POLICY AUTHT R I Z A T ION 

LEGISLATURE TG TACKLE INSURANCE PROBLEM IN SESSION THIS WEEK 

STOPGAP INSURANCE MEASURE UP FOR VOTE AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION OPENS 

LAWMAKERS FIND SOLUTION NOT SIMPtF 

LONG WANTS FIRMS TO SOLVE OWN PROPLEHS 

INSURANCE BILL PASSES WITH E A= E 

LEGISLATION MAY BRING INSURANCE RATE HIKE 

INGRAM IS NAGGING 

NFVER SAY -NEVER' AGAIN ICARTOQN) 

MORE HOMEOWNERS MAY HAVE OREA'IS COME TRUE 

LONG: LEGISLATURE SHOULD EYE HIGH INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

INSURANCE COMPANIES DEFEND H I', H RATES 

INVESTMENT CHANGES SPUR INSURANCE CRISIS 

AWARD LIMITS COULD EASE INSURANCE CRUNCH 

RISING INSURANCE COST THREATENS TOURIST ATIRACTIUNS IN THE SMOKIES 

ANGRY OOCTQOS WANT HEARING ON IN SUR ANC E-PREM [ U.^ HIKES 

N.C. POCTORS ASK HEARING IN INSURANCE FIGHT 

LAWYER CRITICIZES PROPOSED LIABILITY INSURANCE REFORMS 

SOARING PREMIUMS MAY HALT OfSTETRIC CARE IN 20 COUNTIES 

MALPKACTICE INSURANCE COSTS AFFECTING CARE, LAWYER SAYS 

INSURANCE ANSWER SOUGHT BY CITY OF DURHAM 

LONG SAYS INSURANCE NOW AVAILABLE OUT CAN OF COSTLY 

LAWYERS' GREcD NOT CAUSE OF STARING INSURANCE PREMIUMS — DUKE PROF. 

BLUE CROSS SAYS NEW PLAN HILL SAVE MONEY 

BLUE CROSS WILL USE RESERVES TO HOLD DOWN RATE INCREASES 

CAP ON CONTINGENCY FEES NEEDED IN N.C. 

CONSUMER GROUP REPORTS ON STATE INSURANCE RATES 

LONG SAYS N.C. RESIDENTS PAYING FOR LIABILITY LOSSES IN OTHER STATES 

FINANCIAL RISKS HAY CURa DRUNK DRIVERS 

MAJOR CONTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE "ANKED FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. 

LAWMAKERS STUDY PLAN TO LIMIT MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COSTS 

VICTIMS CALLED 'VICTIMS' IF LIAalLITY LAWS CHANGED 

MEDICAL INSURANCE EXPLAINED 

LEGISLATORS MUST ACT TO ENO LIABILITY WOc S 

BILL PROPOSES MORE AUTHORITY FOR INSURANCE COMMISSIONFR 

DEBATE TURNING TOWARD TIGHTER INSURANCE RULFS 

INSURANCE COST, NOT TORT REFORM, CONCERNS TAR HEELS, SENATOR SAYS 

LEGISLATOR QUESTIONS CAP ON AWARDS 

LOBBYISTS: INSURANCE FIRMS COJLD BE FORCED OUT 

PANEL BACKS MORE AUTHORITY FO' INSURANCE COMMISSIONFR 

TORT REFORM AMENDMENTS EXPECTED 

STATE HOUSE BACKS INCREASED AUTHORITY ON AUTO INSURANCE 

PANEL CHANGES MALPRACTICE, VACCINATION BILLS 

SOME LEGISLATORS TRYING TO HALT ABORTION FUNDS 

INSURANCE COMPANIES CRITICIZE BILL 

HOUSE SETS UP CONFRONTATION OVER CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGES 

INSURANCE MEASURES STALLED 

FLAT TAX IS PROPOSED ON INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

DEADLOCK CONTINUES OVFR INSURANCE REFORM PILLS 

LEGISLATURE QUITS FOR WEEKEND; CLOSE ON SEVFRAL ISSUES 

CONFEREES CHOSEN ON INSURANCE BILLS 

INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER AUTHORITY 

SIX ATTORNEYS GENERAL RAP INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

INSURANCE TOP ISSUE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES 

N.C. INDEPENDENT AGENTS PONDE' OWN INSURANCE FIRM 

COMMISSIONER SEES NO PROOF DOCTORS' INSURANCE IS UNFAIR 

LONGER LIVES WON'T BRING LOWER INSURANCE RATES 

INSURANCE RATING BUREAU 

SEE N.C. INSURANCE RATING BJREAJ 

INSURANCE REGULATION 

PANEL TO REWRITF INSURANCF LAWS 

CAR INSURANCE: IT COULD COST YOU MURE IF LEGISLATURE OKS PLAN 

PANEL BACKS MORE AUTHORITY EC '>■■•. .n ■ >.^ = ^r —u , , r , n..c„ 




INTANGIBLES TAX 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

STATE HOUSE TENTATIVELY APPROVES PLAN TO RAISE LOCAL SALES TAXES 
INTANGIPLES, INVENTORY TAX CUTS UNLIKELY 

INTEGON CORP. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CHAPEL PICKED FOR CHRISTMAS CARD 

INTEGRATED RESOURCES, INC. 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE ASSOCIATES LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 
N.Y. COMPANY PUYS TEER PROPERTIES 
SALE FINAL OF TEER HOLDINGS 
NEW COMPANY IS FORMED TO OWN, RUN GOVERNORS INN 

INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK 

TELECOM HELPS INSTALL 1ST VOKE-OATA SYSTEM 

INTEGRATIO", MILITARY 
SEE BLACKS, MILITARY 
SEE MILITARY 

INTEGRATION, SCHOOLS 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, DESEGREGATION 
SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., DESEGREGATION 

INTELLIGENCE 

SEE ALS" ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCF 

BEING BORN FIRST HELPS, STUDY SHOWS 

INTELLIGENCE AGENTS 
SEE 5PIF5 

INTER-FAITH COUNCIL FOP SOCIAL SERVICE 

INTER-FAITH COUNCIL VOLUNTEERS BUSY REPAIRING SEvFRAL HOMES 

GROUP TO SELL HOUSE MEANT FOR HOMELESS 

CHAPEL MILL-CARRBORO POVERTY PANEL'S TOPIC 

BENEFIT CONCEPT SLATED 

INTFRFAITH COUNCIL NEEDS HELP 

FINDING SHELTER FOR HOHFLFSS -IAS HER GOAL 

STORE HALTING SALES OF WINE 

THE 'WORKING POOR' A GROWING SROUP IN ORANGF 

MONEY AVAILABLE FOR HEATING AID 

COMMUNITY KITCHEN OFFERS TURKEY, TRIMMINGS FOR NEEDY TODAY 

INT£D-NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOODS 

GROUP: DELAY FINAL VOTE ON TR=Y"5URN 
WOMFN VOTERS ISSUE TkEYSU'N POSITION 
HAMNEP: 'VOCAL CLIQUE' IS AN TI -TR E YRURN 
DEVELOPER AGREEABLE TO TREYBURN CHANGES 
A SENSE OF COMMUNITY 



H 


2 


Z/li/Bo 


A 




c 




H 


? 


2/l<./n6 


b 




N 


L40 


H 


2 


2/14/16 


B 




N 




H 


2 


2/17/S6 


E 




rj 




H 


2 


2/in/!'6 


A 




N 




H 


7 


2/in/'i6 


A 




'J 


L40 


S 


2 


2/in/S6 


A 




J 




H 


2 


2/n/f 6 


A 




p M 


L40 


S 


2 


2/19/B6 


A 




N 




H 


2 


2/21/B6 


A 




c 




H 


2 


2/2i/et> 


A 




T f 


'56 


5 


2 


2/2<./R6 


A 




E 




S 


2 


llihfb 


C 




n ^) 


-106 


s 


2 


3/10/06 


A 




N' 




H 


2 


3/n/i'6 


A 




E 




s 


2 


3/13/66 


A 




F 




H 


2 


3/25/n6 


C 




N 




s 


2 


3/27/86 


C 




M 




H 


2 


3/2R/86 


C 




N 




s 


2 


'V/01/e6 


C 




N 




H 


2 


',/04/R6 


A 


13 


N 




H 


2 


'./10/96 


c 


n 


N 




5 


2 


'./1A/B6 


A 




N 


"69 


H 


2 


'i/13/B6 


6 




P N 




H 


2 


',/20/n6 


A 


15 


N 


454 


H 


2 


*/2'./'>6 


A 




N 


-I3n 


s 


2 


'■/2A/86 


A 




N 


wa2 


s 


2 


5/01/86 


A 




c 




s 


2 


5/01/F6 


C 




N 




H 


2 


5/02/86 


i) 




N 




s 


2 


5/03/36 


A 




E 




H 


2 


5/0A/86 


C 


20 


p U 


L41 


s 


2 


5/20/86 


c 




N 




H 


2 


5/22/86 


c 


14 


N 




H 


2 


5/26/86 


A 




L 




S 


2 


6/06/86 


A 




E 




H 


2 


6/10/86 


B 




N 




H 


? 


O/13/06 


i) 




N 


L4n 


H 


2 


6/l'./86 


c 




N 


L40 


H 


2 


6/18/86 


I'- 




N 


L40 


H 


2 


6/18/86 


c 




ti 


L4n 


H 


2 


6/11/86 


A 


If 


H 


L40 


H 


2 


6/l')/86 


A 


16 


N 




H 


2 


6/21/86 


c 




N 


L40 


H 


2 


6/25/86 


b 




N 


L40 


H 


2 


7/04/86 


A 


1 = 


N 




H 


2 


7/QO/86 


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/ANNUiVL INUex 

l/Cll/86 - 12/31/36 



SUBJECTS 



l/0'/l!7 



CITY nuOGET Hnins TSXESt HIKES W4TER-S6HER COSTS 
NFir.HPOP COUNCIL TO ELECT OFFICERS 

INTERCO INC. 

MANUFACTURING GIANT BIDS FOR LANc 

!NTERDFNn»INAII0N4L MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSD MINISTERSt DURHAM 

SEE ALSO MINHTFRS. N.C. 

CHAMBER PANCL SEEKS ANNUAL DURHAM FORUM ON EOUCATIO"' 

RECALL. OPPnSITION CONTINUING: 15 aLACK MINISTERS SIOF WITH MAYIR... 

MINISTERS' GRHUP 3ACKS OULLEY IN RECALL-BIO FIGHT 

GULLEY PREDICTED TO REMAIN IN OFFICE ,,,.,, ,.„, 

INTEHnENUMINATinNAL MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OF DURHAM AND VICINITY (AOl 

INTEREST RATES 

SEE ALSO BONO MARKETS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS LOANS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C. TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO LENDING LAWS 

SFE ALSO MORTGAGE RATES 

"THE'"SIRESs''!F'wnRK"lN''5N0ERMINE HEALTH OF EXECUTIVES AND SECRETARIES 
MORTGAGE RATES DROP BELOW 105; IN DURHAM 
SURVEY ON CHARGE CARD RATES OUTDATED 
I nuFR INTEREST RATES CALLED A PLUS FOR N.C. 

N.C. treasurer: F ALL ING IN TERE ST R ATE 5 TO BENEFIT STATE. FEDERAL GOV. 
MUNICIPAL BOND •'ARK':T RESURGENCE EXPECTED 
2 DURHAM HANKS BUCK HIGHER CREDIT CARD RATES 
EFFORT TO RFCnoIEY N.C. INTEREST LAWS TURNS TO PROPOSAL TO DEREGULATE.. 

panel urged id deregulate interest rates 

2 banks return to 1r% rate f0° credit-cakd ruys 

cpntinufo downward trend expected for interest ratcs 

more americans now shop for credit card with the lowest rate 

credit card rates come undef fire 

ncn« co^verts savings accounts to variarle rate 

state drops interest on cds to 1 7/81 

falling interest pates hurt consumer savings 

n.c. professor: we'll earn less on savings 

drop in prime rate beneficial to durham r.„. _ 

when refinancing car, think s^ or t - you pay faster, more cheaply 

paijel favors keeping limit on credit card interest rate 

THRCE banks look at moving their credit cakd operations 

MEDIA breeds consumer ADVOCATES IN LEGISLATURE 

economist: FURTHER DROPS IN LOAN RATcS, NO INFLATION 

DURHAM AUTOS SELLING WELL WITHOUT INCENTIVES 

DISCLOSURE TIGHTENS ON CREDIT CARD ISSUERS 

SAVINGS-BONO SALES SLIP , ,., 

SCL'S PRESIDENT SEES RATES ON INTEREST, INFLATION STAYING LO. 

FMHA DROPS EMERGENCY LOAN INTEREST RATE 

INTERFERON 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO CAtJCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

DURHAM-AREA RESEARCHERS SEE LIMITS TO INTERFERON 

INTERFERON DECISION TIMELY FO' UNC PATIFNT 

DUKE RESEARCHERS TESTING WART THERAPY 

'DESIGNER CLONING' AIDING SEARCH FOR CANCER TREATMENTS 

INTERIOR DECORATORS 

BE AN INTEKIUR DESIGNER 

UNRELATED ITEMS MAKE GOOD DEC3RATING ACCESSORIES 

HOME IMPROVEMENT AND INTERIOR DECORATING IDEAS lAOl 
CITY CITES DESIGN FIRM FOR VIOLATING ZONING LAW 
HOME CAN GET NEW TOUCHES 
YOU CAN BRIGHTEN YOUR OFFICE 

INTERLPUKIN-? 

'DESIGNER CLONING' AIDING SEARCH FOR CANCER TREATMENTS 

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF REVENUE 

SEE ALSO TAX REFORM ISEE ALSO NAMES OF TAX BILLS) 

SEE ALSO TAXES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO VULUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

ACTION fY IRS WILL GET LOAN D'^FAULIERS' ATTENTION 

TAX COSTS SEEM REASONABLE 

TAX WORKSHOP FOR BUSINESSES TO Be MARCH 7 

WOMAN LOSES TAX-FINE APPEAL 

TWO WOMEN FINED FOR PROTESTS IN TAX FORMj ,, ., 

N.C. TAXPAY':RS SLOWER THIS YEAR IN FILING THEIR RETURNS 

CHEER UP — IT'S APR IL 15 

TALK ABOUT TAXI'IG... 

WITHHOLDING REFUNDS WAY TO S T^ P DEADBEATS 

FREE TAX WORKSHOP NEXT WEEK 

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE FACES FUTURE DIFFICULTIES 

ITS AUUlTORS PRFPARC TO SWAP "ENCILS FOR COMPUTERS 

IRS TAKES LIEN AGAINST SHAW UNIVERSITY 

IRS DIRFCT TAX DEPOSIT TO CONTINUE 

SCHOOL USES STUDY CENTER AS COLLATERAL 

IRS FILES SECOND LIEN AGAINST UNIVERSITY 

DON'T SCRIMP ON IRS 

GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION PL« NS DRIVE FOR SHAW 

IRS AUCTIONING HOUSE, LAND TO COLLECT i?0,ODO IN TAXES 

IRS AUCTION OF HOUSE, LAND CANCELED 

A BILL FOR IRS ROUNTY HUNTERS 

FEDERAL TAX DEPOSITS TQPIC OF IRS SEMINAR 

IRS TO TEST ELECTRONIC REFUNDS IJ OURHA" 

IRS: CHURCHES NOT HURT BY RECALL BID 

IRS PLAN HELPS REDUCE STUDENT LOAN DEFAULTS 

NIGERIAN FUNDS. SHAW INVESTIGATED 

IRS SPOT-CHECKS DURHA" FIRMS 

TFAMS FROM IRS DESCENDING ON TURHAM, CHAPEL HILL FIRMS 

SIMPLIFICATION? BAH! HUMBUG! 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATORS 
AREA WINNERS CITED IN COMMUNICATOR CONTEST 

INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY 

NUCLEAR WARNING PACT NO GOOD IF NOT OBSERVED 

INTERNATIONAL BALLET COMPETITION 
SFE BALLET 

INTERNAI lONAL RIOLOGICALS AND BIOCHEMICALS PLASMA, INC. 
SEE ALSO PLASMA 

BUS statipn to be new plasma center 

PLASMA-COLLECION COMPANY TO JSE UNION TERMINAL SITE 
TSAILWAYS BUS LINE MOVES TO LASALLE STREET BUILDING 
NO PUS TO JMAHA, BUT WANT TO "IVE PLASMA? 

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKFRS 
SEE ALSO ELECTRICIANS 



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N N U A L 
1/01/85 



INDEX 
U/31/116 



SUBJECTS 



P4Ge S'il 
l/C/'lT 



UNION T4RGETS BURLINGTON, HBBSNE PLANTS 



INTERNATION 
I RM MP 
CHAOLO 
DELAYS 
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STATE- 
OURHAM 
DURHAM 
BUSINE 
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BUSINE 
i". r,RA 
PROGRA 
DOES R 
IIM TR 
MANUFA 

FuauA 

FIRMS 

RETAIL 

IBM TO 

UNC'S 

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AL KUSIN 
VE CONTI 
TTE PLAN 

PLAGUE 

UR HELCO 

BURROUG 

OR WORK? 

COMPAN IF 

CMARTERE 

S 5HARF 

CHAMBER 

SS HIGhL 

RP.'S TA 

SS HIGHL 

OUATE FR 

M SHOWS 

IP HAVE 

AINING P 

CTURERS 

GETS NEW 

SPONSQRI 

SALES I 

DIVEST. 

TANNER. 

ICA'S LE 

ALS: REP 

lA CARTE 



ESS MACHIN 
NUES GhOHT 
T GETS IB" 
IBM' 5 MOVE 
MES inM TO 
MS WELLCOM 

TRY ONE 
S RATED AM 
D BANKS SA 

DF RETAIL 

URGED TO 
IGHTS 

X RATE LES 
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OM STUDY 
STUDENTS T 
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ROGPAM PAY 
SPONSORING 

MARKETING 
NG maHkETI 
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NEWTON DIS 
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CRT MAY SP 
R OF IBM.. 



£S CORP. 

IN OURHAM 

PRINTERS 

TO NEW OFFICES 

PARK 
E TO CONTINUE CAPSULE DRUGS 
F THESE EXCUSES. THEN LOOK FUR A NEW JOB 
ONG U? ST IN U.S. TO WORK FUR 
10 HEALTHY 

-SALES PIF IN TRIANGLE IS STEADY AT 2Jt 
PRESS FOR REGIONAL PLA.JNING 

S THANi It IN 1985. SAYS CITUENS FUR TAX JUSTICE 

WORK OROGRAM 

HE WORKING MORLO 

SUPPLY OF COMMERCIAL HEAL ESTATE SPACE? 
ING OCR IN DOLLARS 

SI MILLION MARKETING LAB 

LABORATORY 
NG PROJECT AT FUQUA SCHOUL 
- PERK UP LACKLUSTER AUGUST 
Nl 

AGREE ON DIVESTMENT 
G5TTI\'G MESSAGE 
UR CHANGES IN WORKPLACE SMOKING 



INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 
12 TRIANGLE IBM EMPLOYEES TO GET 



EMPLOVtES 
A YEAR UFF TO TEACH AT UNIVERSITIES 



INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP.. RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK 

IBM MOVE CONTINUES GROWTH IN "UOHAM 

DELAYS PLAGUE IBM'S MOVE TO NEW OFFICES 

I-<.0 STRETCH NA"ED DAN MOORE FREEWAY 

IBM PLANS TO TRANSFER 400 TO ^TP 

UP TO <iOO IBM WORKERS MAY TRNASFER TO DURHAM 

SUIT DISMISSED IN IBM SHOOTIN". CASE 

CCB FINANCIAL CORP. REPORTS DISAPPOINTING PROFITS 

IBM RECEIVES ENERGY CONSERVATION Award 

SCL'S PRESIDENT SEES RATES ON INTEREST. INFLATION STAYING LOW 

INTERNATIONAL COFFEE ORGANIZATION 
SEE ALSO COFFEE 

34-YEAR-OLD COFFEE CARTEL AFFECTS MORE THAN POKES 

INTERNATIONAL DATE LINE 
SEE ALSO TIME 

WHATEVER TIME. IT'S STILL GUAM 

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF RALEIGH 
SFE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL STAGED 

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 

36 DURHAM SCHOOL BUSES EXPECTING RECALL NOTICES UN STEERING ARM PART 
SCHOOL BUSES BEING RECALLED 
SCHOOLS USING 27 DEFECTIVE BUSES 

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF APPLIED SYSTEM ANALYSIS 
INTERNATIONAL HIT SQUAD 

INTERNATIONAL LADIES GARMENT WORKERS UNION 

SEE ALSO AMALGAMATED CLOTHING A'J TEXTILE WORKERS UNION 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO UNIONS. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO UNIONS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO UNIONS. U.S. 

UNION FIGHTING PROPOSAL LIFTING BAN ON CLOTHING MAKERS WORKING AT HOME 

INTEDNATIONAL LAW 

INTERNATIONAL LAW PROFESSOR'S SPECIALTY 

INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 
SEE ALSO WORLD BANK 

GOP CANDIDATES WANT U.S. REMOVED FROM IMF 
REPUBLICANS CRITICIZE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 
CnvFRNOR CRITICIZES LFNOING T'lAT HURTS INDUSTRIES IN N.C. 

INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE KING'S DAUGHTERS AND SONS 
SEE ALSO KINGS' DAUGHTERS HOME 
inOTH ANNIVERSARY 

ELOSRLY WOMEN CAN LtVF WITH DIGNITY 
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS 

KING'S DAUGHTERS AND SONS HOLD CGNVENTION THIS WEEKEND 
BAZAAR PLANNING 

INTERNATIONAL PHYSICIANS FOR THE P'tVENTION OF NUCLEAR WAR 
SFE ALSO ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

EDITORIAL EMBARRASSING 

UNWORTHY PRIZE WINNER 

SOVIET DOCTOR SAYS FACTS ON RADIATION DISTORTED 

SOVIET PHYSICIANS MOUTHPIECE FOR GaVERNMENI 

SOVIETS CALL FOR ENDING ARMS RACE 

SOVIcT PHYSICIANS HAVE SOME INFLUENCE 

AWARD WAS NO GIMMICK 

INTERNATIONAL PHYSICS OLYMPIAD 
SEE ALSO PHYSICS 

U.S. PHYSICS TEAM TAPS DURHAM STUDENT 

INTERNATIONAL PRFSS TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 

HIGH POINT PunHSHER KE^^PS PR'^SS COUNCIL POST 

INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CORP. 

EXECUTIVE SAYS GOOD PEOPLE. GOOD MARKET FEED HIGH GRUWTH 

INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CORP. 
SEE ALSO DUKt UNIV.. SPEAKERS 

ITT TELECOM TO LAY OFF 1.200 'ALEIGH WORKERS 

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS 

SEE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD 0= ELECTRICAL WORKEOS 

INTERNATIONAL WATERS 

SEE ALSO UNIIEO NATIONS CONFERENCE ON THE LAW OF THE SEA 
N.C. SAILORS. MARINES PART OF 6TH FLEET 
KHADAFY-REAGAN GUNFIGHT: SHOWOOH'J WAS INEVITABLE 
LAW OF SEA MUST BE ENFORCED. DEFENDED 
HIGH SEAS VIEWS EXPLAINED 



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INTERNATIONAL WIVES GRPUP 

IRENE BAGWSLL CIRES fOR CHILDREN 

INTER>iSHIPS 

SFE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. OURHAH 

SEE ALSO PUSINESSFS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO PUSINESSFS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DUKE FUTURES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO JO" TRAINING 

SEE ALSO N.C.. INTERNS 

PROGRAM LETS TEACHER TEACH WHILE LEARNING 
N.C. GOVERNMENT INTERNS LEARN. GET PAID 
N.C. SUMMER INT^^RNSHIP HEADLINE IS JAN. 19 

INTERSCHOLASTIC TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

SEE U.S. TENNIS ASSOCIATION. BOV ' 



S 2 3/ll/e6 6 1 P F i^^ 



S 2 l/02/tb C 1 -I jn 
H 2 11/2T/86 E <. P N H08 
H 2 li/lO/Pb A 20 N US'- 



S INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 



H 


? 


10/23/B6 


>. 


N 




S 


/ 


10/27/S6 A 


^ 


F 




H 


^ 


11/03/86 A 


i, 


F 




H 


/ 


11/05/B6 C 


\ 


N 


M97 


S 


2 


11/QS/S6 C 


1 


N 


WH7 


H 


2 


ll/3n/P6 C 


9 


N 




s 


2 


12/02/l>6 A 


1 


M N 


WH' 


s 


2 


12/03/»6 A 


1 


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H 2 in^/^b A I'i N 

S 2 3/l(l/'>b a I N J8J 

5 2 './03/16 A 1 N W82 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



l/03/S() A 

2/i'i/e6 c 

<./25/P6 A 

5/32/»6 A 

12/2T/66 A 



S 2 12/31/''6 A 



5 2 
S 2 



10/11/66 A 
10/l<./»6 A 



4/l'i/P6 A 
7/23/96 C 



INTERSECTIONS 

SFE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

N.C. AGENCY WILL STOP RANKING INTERSECTIONS 

PUBLIC NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT BAO INTERSECTIONS 

GIVE INTERSECTIONS ATTENTION 

AIRPORT BOARD TO PROTEST NO OVERPASS 

AIRPO'T AUTHORITY HANTS TO IMPROVE INTERSECTION 

OFFICIALS SCRABBLE To FIX ROADS WHERE DANGER LURKS 

N.C. WANTS SCALED-BACK INTERSECTION FOR DURHAM 

WEST: FUNDS CUT MAY STALL ROAD WORK 

INTERSOUTH PARTNERS 

VENTURE CAPITAL COMPANY O'ENS IN OFFICE PARK 
TRIANGLE INVESTORS FIND CAPITAL VENTURES SAFE 
DURHAM MAN FUNDS DUKE SCHOLARSHIP 

INTERSTATE 
SEE I-<.0 
SEE 1-85 
SEE 1-95 

INTERSTATE-B^ 
SEE 1-85 

INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO BAflKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANKS. U.S. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF BANKSl 

INTERSTATE BANK MERGERS TAKE EFFECI 

INTFRSTATE BANKING BENEFITS ARE CITED 

NCNB SEEKS TO EXPAND TERRITORY 

NCNR TO BUY BALTIMORE BANK 

N.C. PANkS unlikely to expand into TEXAS 

N.C. THRIVES AS INTERSTATE BANKING CONCENTRATES POwER 

I.JTEHSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM 

TOLL ROADS BEST USED AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE 
INTERSTATES STUDIED FOR SCHOOL -BUS SAFETY 

INTERSTATE SECURITIES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 

REDWINE: WALL ST.. BANKERS LOCKED IN FIERCE FIGHT OVER FINANCIAL SERVICE H 2 10/05/S6 13 

INTERSTATE TELEPHQN'E AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

SEE GENERAL TELEPHONE CO. OF TH= SOUTHEAST 

INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY 

SFE ALSO OUKE UHIv. MEDICAL CENTER. RADIOLOGY DEPT. 
NEEDLE REPLACING SCALPEL IN SIME CASES. PRQF SAYS 

INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 

DOSSIER: WALLACE KURALT 

INTOX IMETER 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

NEW BREATHALYZER SPEEDS UP TESTING FQR DRUNKEN DRIVING 

INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 

OIL LEAKS FRU- BEACHED BARGF INTO INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 
FISHERMEN WATCH OIL WASH UP O-l THE SHORFS OF SHALLOTTE RIVER 
SHALLOTTE INLEI OIL SPILL CLEANED U° 
OIL SPILL IUVCSTIGATtO 

INTRAUTERINE DEVICES 

SEE ALSO PIRTH CONTROL 
SEE ALSO C4LK"N SHIELT 

lUO WITHDRAWAL REDUCES CONTRACEPTIVE CHOICES 

COURT SAYS HJMAN CAN'T SUE FO' COSTS OF RAISING CHILD 

INVENTIO'iS 

SEE ALSO NEW PRODUCTS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES LICENSING CONSORTIUM 
FERTILE MINDS SPAWN QFF9EAT INVENTIONS 
GIRL. 7. AND BOY, 13. ARE TOP INVENTORS 
DURHAM FIRM wEDS MEDICAL NEEDS. IDEAS 
WAVE-DRIVEN MACHINE TO PROOUC^ ELECTRICITY 
MODEL LUNGS. A|n FOR DEAF SPRING FROM THEIR B»S=MENT 
ENTRIES NEEDED FOR NEW-PRODUCT CONTEST 
•SIGNIFICANT MAN' LIKES ODD INVENTIONS. FEATS 

INVENTORY TAX 

SEE MANUFACTURERS INVENTORY TAX 

INVESTIGATIVE GRAND JURY 

DON'T GIVE GRANO JURIES THE RIGHT 10 WITCH-HUNT 

SENATOR IS REQUESTING STUDY OF STATE ELELTION PROCEDURES 

GRAND JURY PROBES HELD NEEDED TO STEM D°UGS 

HOUSE PASSES PILL ON INVESTIGATIVE GRANO JURIES 

N.C. TO GUE GRAND JURIES TWO-YEAR TRY 

PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BILL ENCOUNTERS SNAG IN HOUSE 

PRISON. COLLEGES. PARKS INCLU-iED IN BUDGET "ILL 

INVESTIGATIVE GRAND JURIES DEBATED 

PROSECUTORS AGREE TO PROCEED CAUTIOUSLY ON GRAND JURY PROVES 

INVESTMENT CONTACTS NETWORK 

SEE ALSO ENTREPRENEURIALSHIP 
SEE ALSO VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS 

UNC ANNOUNCES PROGRAM TO HELP MATCH ENTREPRENEURS. 

NETWORK pr'RMED TO AID ENTREPRENEURS 

INVESTMENTS 

SFE ALSO COLLEGES. 
SEE ALSO COLLEGFS. 



H 2 5/29/06 e ■= N 08" 
H 2 4/23/96 A 9 P G 



H 2 2/08/R6 C 3 P N "51 



3/19/06 B 

3/29/06 A 

3/23/06 A 

<./17/n6 C 



S 2 5/21/06 C 
H 2 8/30/86 



H ? 


2/20/86 b 


I T N '30 


H 7 


2/20/06 B 


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•1 <i-in 


S 2 


5/2'./P6 A 


1 


-. W82 


H 7 


8/04/P6 A 


1 I 


N 


H 7 


6/17/86 D 


1 ! 


N ■•9 7 


H 7 


8/17/06 C 


1 5 


N 


S 2 


I2/31/B6 A 


7 


N 



2 


6/17/86 


A 


4 


/ 


6/17/36 


A 


1 / 


7 


6/19/86 


A 


1 ' 


7 


6/2"/06 


A 


1 t 


7 


6/24/06 


C 


8 


7 


6/23/86 


A 


1 ■! 


7 


7/17/86 


A 


1 ' 


7 


7/21/86 


A 


1 ,' 


2 


10/07/86 


i. 


1 



INVESTORS 



S 2 12/03/06 C 1 
H 2 12/07/86 C 13 



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.s.. 



INVESTMENTS 
INVESTMENTS 



UULIUUIUXIUI^ 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 

1/01/86 - 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



'aCE 55 5 
I/C/IT 



SfE ALSn FIN'ANCIAL PLANNING 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SFE ALSO STOCK MARKET 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.. INVESTMENTS 

BROKER TO DISCUSS ETHICAL INVFSTING IN COURSE AT DUKE 

ETHICALLY CHOOSING STOCKS MAY NOT HURT RETURNS. DURHAM BROKER SAYS 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS HE KILL REPAY HIS INVESTORS WHO LOST MONE ( 

N.C. COMPANY ENJOYS hAVE OF MERGERS 

MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS POPULAR INVESTMENTS 



BROKER SAYS 



INVESTORS, DURHAM 

TRIANGLE INVESTORS FIND CAPITAL VENTURES SAFE 
ETHICALLY CHOOSING STOCKS HAY NOT HURT RETURNS, DURHAM 

INVESTORS, N.C. 

SFE ALSO VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS 

STATE EYES SOURCES FOR VENTUR= CAPITAL 
TRIANGLE INVESTORS FIND CAPITAL VENTURES SAFE 
PENSION FUNDS BETTER INVESTED IN BLUE CHIPS 

INVESTORS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

SEE ALSO VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS 

UNC ANNOUNCES PROGRAM TO HELP MATCH ENTREPRENEURS, INVESTORS 

INVESTORS TITLE CO. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

DOSSIFR: J. ALLEN FINE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

INVESTORS TITLE REPORTS JNO-QUARTFR PROFIT SURGE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

INVESTORS TITLE EARNINGS SET RECORD 

STATE-CHARTERED BANKS STILL GROWING RAPIDLY BUT PRUFITS SLIMMED 

INVISIBLE EMPIRE - KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SFE KU KLUX KLAN 

INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT 

SEE ALSO COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

MAN WITH HATCHET HELD IN ASSAULT 
BURKE HEARING HELD 

INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE ALSO MURDER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MURDER, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MUROEK. U.S. 

CONTRACTOR INDICTED IN WORKER'S DEATH 

UNEXPECTED GUILTY PLEA HALTS MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 

MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL ORDERED FQR BOURQUE 

GRANDMOTHER INDICTED IN BOY'S DEATH 

KNIGHTDALE MAN SENTENCED IN DEATH OF TEEN 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA NETS YOUTH 3 YEARS 

TEEN DRAWS 3 YEARS IN FATAL SHOOTING 

WOMAN SENTENCED IN DEATH OF G'ANOSUN STRUCK BY TRAIN 

WOMAN GETS SUSPENDED TERM FOR SLAYING 

MANSLAUGHTER, RACING CHARGES FILED IN DEATH 

COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS CONVICTION IN KIDNAPPING CASF 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE FILED IN TRAFFIC DEATH 

PLEA MADE IN AMTRAK CASE 

BROTHER, SISTER CHARGED WITH HEATH 

IOWA STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

IOWA STATE'S GRAYER GETS PACK'S ATTENTION 

IOWA STATE MOVING UP WITH COACH JOHNNY ORR 

STATE HOLDS OFF IPWA STATE 

WASHBURN, SHACKLEFORO PAINT N.C. STATE INTO NCAA FINAL 8 



IRAN 



..THE DEMOCRATS HAVE RFTAKEN CONTROL OF THE SENATE... ICARTOONI 
U.S. SHOULDN'T VIOLATE OWN TERRORISM POLICY 
SEE NO IRAN! HEAR NO IRAN! SPEAK NO IRAN! ICARTOONI 
WHAT PRICE HOSTAGES? 
MAKE ME AN OFFER ICARTOONI 
MEDIA ACTS IRRESPONSIBLY 

;:;i!f„y'!i- *'° '°e» what's going on with the iran situation... icartooni 

PRESIDENT REAGAN'S DEAL SHAMEFUL CONTRADICTION 

IRAN GETS THE ARMS. ..CAPITOL HILL GETS THE HEAD ICARTOONI 

FR07EN IRANIAN ASSETS ICARIOO'll 

...I'M NOT A PRESIDENT, BUT I PLAY ONE ON TELEVISION... ICARTOONI 

REAGAN IS TWU-FaCEO 

REWARDING ENEMIES POOR FOREIGN POLICY 

HELMS ASSAILS GOP CRITICS 

PRESIDENT SHOULD ADMIT HIS ACTIONS WERE »RONG 

THE GREAT AMERICAN SMOKE-OUT/THE GREAT AMERICAN SMoKE-SCRFEN ICARTOONI 

...WE HAVE NEVER. ..EXCHANGED ARMS FOR HOSTAGES!. .. ICARTOONI 

THE SCAPE-TURKEY. ICARTOONI 

MEDIA ENDANGER HOSTAGES 

WHAT DID THE PRESIDENT KNOW AND WHEN DID HE KNOW IT? ICARTOONI 

N.C. CONGRESSMAN CALLS ARMS SALES DISCLOSURES INCREDIKLE 

DEAL WITH IRAN COSTS REAGAN PUBLIC'S FAITH 

REAGAN SHOULD CONFESS 

REaGAN UNDOING HIMSELF 

CHIEF OF STAFF ICARTOONI 

SOME IRANIANS PFRSECUTED 

PRESIDENT REAGAN SHOULD BE APPLAUDED 

IRAN SCANDAL'S IMPACT ON STATE POLITICS UNCERTAIN 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: NOLO COMMENT ICARTOONI 

DON'T BLAME THE PRESS 

WHO'S HANDLING FOREIGN POLICY'' 

PRESIDENT'S SUMMONING COUNSEL IS APPROPRIATE 

THE PRESS NI8PLES AT REAGAN: "EEK! SHARK ATTACK!" ICARTOONI 

IRAN PERSECUTES BAHA'IS 

FIND A PEACEFUL SOLUTION 

PPESIOEM NEEDS POWER 

•GREAT CON-MUNICATOR' 

PEUPLF ARE WAK ING UP 

TAKING 'FIFTH' IS NO SIN 

DON'T RENEGE ON CONTRAS 

REAGAN AS SANTA CLAUS DELIVERING CONTRA AID ICARTOONI 

HAS PRESIDENT LOST HIS COMPETE^.CE? 

U.S. LAWS CIRCUMVENTED 

lOAN AFFAIR RAISES QUESTIONS 

...LUCKS LIKE RON'S IN TROU'L^... ICARTOONI 

YELLOW JOURNALISTS RELY ON HALF-TRUTHS 

WHO'S A FLUNKY? 

NOT ANOTHER VIETNAM'' 

FOCUS ON OTHER THINGS 

I'LL TAKE THE FIFTH. ..I'LL TAKE THE FIFTH... ICARTOONI 

GIMME AN I!... ICARTOONI 

NO Exr.uSE FDR 'FIFTH' 

IMMUNITY WOULD HELP IN SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH 

DEMOCRATS ARE CAUTIOUS 

I AM WILLING TO COOPERATE FULLY AT AN APPROPRIATE TIME... ICARTOONI 



S I r 
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DATE C PC L P '\tl 



H 2 5/D7/B6 B 3 N 

S 2 5/DR/86 CAN 

H 2 7/25/11(1 C 7 N 

H 2 7/3I/P6 C 12 N 

H 2 8/2A/R6 F I N 



S 2 3/IO/R6 A 1 
S 2 S/OS/nt) C <. 



H 2 1/15/16 8 I P N 0<.5 
S 2 3/ID/eo A I N WU2 
S 2 <./23/86 A A E 



2 


12/03/16 


C 


1 


N 


7 


2/14/16 


A 


1 1 


N 


^ 


4/0?/B6 


A 


1 3 


P G 


2 


5/13/86 


( 


A 


N 


7 


7/2?/B6 


A 


1 ' 


N 


/ 


3/0<)/86 


A 


1 1 


N 


/ 


10/26/86 


( 


5 


•J 


2 


11/27/16 


U 


p 


R U 



S 2 5/10/86 A 
S 2 lO/OA/16 B 



H 2 


1/09/86 


A 


1 




N 


SB? 


H 1 


1/17/86 


B 


3 




M 




H 3 


2/01/86 


C 


1 




N 


W27 


H 2 


<i/0'5/B6 


B 


2 




N 




H 2 


5/07/B6 


A 


12 




N 




S 2 


6/03/86 


C 


1 




N 


T85 


H 2 


6/0A/fl6 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


6/14/86 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


7/02/86 


B 


3 




N 


W27 


H 2 


7/20/16 


C 


6 




N 




H ? 


l/l''/86 


B 


16 




N 




H 1 


1/27/16 


B 


3 




N 




S 2 


2/11/16 


C 


11 




N 




H 2 


12/29/16 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


3/20/86 


D 


1 




N 


C36 


H 2 


3/21/16 


C 


1 




N 


C36 


H 2 


3/22/86 





1 




N 


C36 


S 2 


3/2?/a6 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


1 l/OS/16 


A 


4 


T 




C5n 


S 2 


11/08/86 


A 


4 








H 2 


11/10/86 


A 


4 


T 




R56 


H 2 


11/11/86 


A 


4 








H 2 


11/12/16 


A 


4 


T 




R56 


H 2 


U/13/86 


A 


4 








H 2 


11/14/16 


A 


4 


T 




R56 


H 2 


11/15/86 


A 


4- 








H 2 


11/15/16 


A 


4 


T 




C30 


H 2 


11/17/86 


A 


4 


T 




R56 


H 2 


11/11/86 


A 


4 


T 




C50 


H 2 


ll/l')/86 


A 


4 








S 2 


ll/l=>/86 


A 


4 








S 2 


11/21/86 


C 


9 








H 2 


11/22/16 


A 


4 








H 3 


11/23/16 


A 


4 


T 




C50 


H 2 


11/23/86 


D 


4 


T 




P56 


H 2 


11/25/96 


A 


4 


T 




GSn 


H 2 


11/25/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


U/2S/16 


A 


4 


T 




R56 


H 2 


I 1/27/86 


C 


16 








S 2 


11/28/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


1/21/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


1/3D/16 





4 








H 2 


l/3n/"6 


D 


4 


T 




R56 


H 2 


12/01/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/U1/B6 


A 


4 








S ? 


12/01/16 


c 


4 








H 2 


12/J'/86 


A 


4 


T 




C50 


H 2 


12/03/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/03/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/J'i/86 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/06/16 


A 


4 


T 




r. 50 


H 2 


12/09/96 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/09/16 


A 


4 








H ? 


12/09/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/0<'/P6 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/01/86 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/10/16 


A 


4 








H ? 


12/ 0/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/10/16 


A 


4 


T 




B56 


H 2 


12/ 1/86 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/12/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/12/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/11/96 


A 


4 


T 




C50 


H ? 


12/15/96 


A 


4 








H 2 


2/15/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/15/80 


A 


4 








H 2 


2/15/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


2/16/16 


A 


4 


T 




C5Q 


H 2 


2/11/16 


A 


4 


T 




056 


H 2 


12/18/16 


A 


4 








H 2 


2/19/86 


A 


4 








H 2 


12/19/96 


A 


4 








H 2 


2/l'?/"6 


A 


4 


T 




R56 



«0NTMLT/4NNU»L 



I \ E X 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



H^ST E'UOY THE OAT RACE 

DANIEL ORTEGA THROWS IBJECT AT RtAGArj ICARTDONl 

RELEASE OF HASENFUS HAS PRDPAOANOA COUP 

TO COMTPAS ICARTQONI 

EOMISTE^ f-AY GET POSITION IN SENATE PBOHE 

EDMISTEN "(elNG CONSIDERED FOR SENATE CD'HITTEE POST 

CHEERLEADERS HURT REAGAN 

A COHBaT-TESTEO EXPERT 

IRAN. ASSETS IN U.S. BANKS 

SEE ALSO HOSTAGES. INTERNATIONAL 
FROiEN IRANIAN ASSETS (CARTOON! 

IRAN. HOSTAGES 

SEE HOSTAGES. IRAN 

IRAN. MILITARY 

IRAT/ISAN ICARTOCNI 



IRANIAN HOSTAGES 

SEE HOSTAGES. IRAN 



DATE 

12/21/So 
I2/22/'<6 
IJ/ZS/Sb 

\Z/l<-/ft 
12/2=^/»6 
12/26/86 
12/30/Bo 



4 T T a5»> 

A E 

A T T rso 

I P N 

17 P N 



H 2 11/17/P6 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 9/2<./fi6 A t T T =56 



I 



ISAO/IRAN (CARTOON) 
GI«"£ AN I!... ICARTOONl 

'"^""W «c"rPEOPLE'lNOICTED IN CR? SS-PURNING PROBE 
IREDELL JURY HILL DECIDE IF MAN LIVES OR DIES 
NO ARRESTS "AOE IN SHOOTING OF DEPUTY 

'^'°'tkRh^^'ill,m°i,i: VETERAN SHERIFF OF IREDELL COUNTY 

IRELANn 

SEE ALSO GREAT PRITAIN 
SEE ALSO NORTHERN IRELAND 
SEE AISC ST. PATRICK'S DAY 

THE DIFFERENCE PETWEEN BALONEY AND BLARNEY 

IRISH CHILDREN'S SUM'^ER PROGRA>( 
SEE ALSO NORTHERN IRELAND 
TEARFUL GOODBYE 

IRON DUKE CLASSIC IGHLFI 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

LFAKE. FULMORF NAMED TO ALL-AMERICA TEAMS 
GA. TECH. MCDONALD LEAD IRON PUKE 
MCDONALD. JACKETS STING IRON DUKE FIELD 

IRON DUKES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 
FANFARE: CULLEN NAMED TO POST 
SPORTS TICKET COMPLAINT 

IRON STIRRUP CREEK 

COUNTY PLANNERS POSTPONE ACTION ON BETHFSOA PROJECT 
STIRRUP C»EFk wins REZONING BATTLE 

COMPANIES. COUNTY TRYING TQ ORGANIZE SEWER CO-OP 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

COUNTY PANEL OKS PLAN FOR 202 HOUSES , „ „ „„ , ..r 

COUNTY POARD ENOOPSFS REZONINO PLANS FOR LUMLEY ROAD. ROUGcMONT 

LIST OF HIGHWAY NEEDS GETS BOARD'S BACKING 

ZONING. SFwER ISSUES TOP COUNTY SLATE 

COMMISSIONERS APPROVE ZONING F Qo DEVELOPMENT 

COUNTY OkS park-area sewer SYSTEM 

CONSTRUCTION TO START SOON ON SEwER SYSTE" 

COUNTY OKS BIGGER OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION 

MANPOWER SHORTAGES DELAY SEWER WORK 

IRRADIATIO'i 

SEE ALSO FOOD PRESERVATION 
SFF ALSO RADIATION 

haw river company says radiation of food could be boon to hungry 

The irregaroless cafe 

an unusual carrot cake 

the irregaodless cooks cookl 
an unusual carrot cake 

irrigat ion 

keeping a thirsty crop wet 

drip irrigation: your best lhuid asset , „, ^, 

granville farmer reaps penefits jf decision made }l years ago 
ncsu professor is member of drainage hall of fame 

irvin inou'tries inc. 

parachute plants keep roxboro jumping 

islam (general heaoi'igi 
see also arab states 

see also duke univ. islamic and arabic development studies 

S'E ALSO JIHAD (SHIITE MOSELM FJNDAmENT AL I ST GROUP) 
SEE ALSO MUSLIMS , ,, 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAM^S OF CHURCHES) 
1960S BLACK LEADER ■<0W PREAChFS ISLAM 

ISLAMIC JI'-AD 

SFE JIMAD (SHIITE MOSELM FUNDAMENTALIST GROUP) 

ISLEP C ASSOC. INC. 

FIRM PLANS OFFICE PARK NEAR HAYTI 

DEVELOPERS SEE RISE IN hayTI hO»E SALES 

NEW hayTI PROJECTS. HOUSES PROGRESSING 

NEW IDEAS EMERGE FOR OLD CIVIC CENTER 

NCM ACQUIRES ROLLING HILLS DEVELOPMENT 

COUNCIL DIVIDED ON HOUSING PROPOSALS 

COUNCIL CHANGES METHOD OF PIC<ING PROJECT DEVELOPER 

ISOTECHNOLGGIES INC. 

TOWN TO GET 2 INDUSTRIES 

ISOTHERMAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

COLLEGE SEEKS PUBLIC RADIO STATION 

ISPAFL 

SEE ALSO EGYPT 

SEE ALSO JERUSALEM 

SEE ALSO "lODLE EAST 

SFE ALSO PALESTINE 

SEE ALSO PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION 

SEE ALSO ZIONIS" 

'WHAT'S GOOP FOR ISRAEL...' . , 

ISRAELI DIPLOMAT TO GIVE LECTURE ON U.S.-ISRAEL RELATIONS 



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?^rS^.°fec"^i=lcI?r^S^r " °^« '«n3? y?SJEL,TES 
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tii^fki fe^vfs°\s?^^jES°f8^R'5A^?r^NSi:rE8^?^SE^ sJaS^sBr.. 

ISRAEL. MILITARY 

•SOCIETr' NOT THE VILLAIN 

•WHAT'S GOOn FOR ISRAEL... • 
ISHAELI VIOLENCE IGSORED 
PEACE ELUSIVE IN MIDEAST 

ISRAEL, WEST BANK 

HELMS SAYS HE NOW BACKS ISRAEL 
ITALY 

SEE ALSO ROME. ITALY 

SEE ALSO SHROUD OF TURIN 

SFE ALSO VENICE. ITALY 

ITALY ir.NORFS LESSON OF AIRP05 

IT'S FROM THE ORANGE MAILBOX: NOTES 
GLISTENING PARAGRAPHS ANOSUCC 

tVFY'S OEPT. STORE 

IVEY'S OFFICULS STILL QUIET G 
I^EY'I TO RFPLACE MONTGOMERY 
BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 
DURHAM BUILDING GROWTH RANKS N 
IVEY'S OPENING TO BENEFIT DUKF 

'"^"'hi^lll'rVSi^ (SOUTH SQUARE MA 
|«3 S TO REPLACE MONTGOMERY J 
IVEY'S TO OPEN STORE ON OLD Wa 
MANAGER NAMED FOR NEW IVEY'S 

stSrTopens'"""" """"^ IN l:. 

NEW IVEY'S OPENS AT SOUTH SQUA 



IN POSITION ON WEST BANK LAND 



T BOMRING 

FROM A FEW COUNTRY ACRF^ 
INCT NUGGETS nrcoONTRYwISPOM 

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THE IVY ROOM (DURHAM, N.C. RFSTAURA 
DEVELOPERS FROM CHAPEL HILL RE 
PRESERVATION PLUS: AWARD WINNE 



J C r. GRADING COMPANY 

VICTIM OF DITCH CAVE-IN 'FAIR- 
JEM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 

NEW SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED 0) 
JFK TOWERS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 
III «|-S0 HOUSING, DURHAM 
Ice fMn Jv-I* ^lENDERSON TOWERS 
SEE ALSO MOREHEAO HILLS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
FLAGPOLE DEDICATED 
DURHAM'S 65-AND-OLOER POPULATI 
JUCCA 

SEE ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACT 
JVC INC. (RALEIGHI 

BOOM IN CONSTRUCTION IN DURHAM 

J. B. COLE POTTERY 
SFE ALSO POTTERS 

SEAGkOVE POTTERY FESTIVAL PLAN 

J. C. PENNEY CO. 

CLEARING THE RECORD 



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RO'S SITE 

'AN RATES, NO INFLATION 

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VAMP IVY ROOM BUILDING 

RS DISCUSS CHALLENGES OF CHANGE 



U.S. 501 SOUTH OF ROXBORO 



ON IS lot AND GROWING 
ION AGENCY 
CONTINUES BUT AT REDUCED RATE 

NEO 



YULE TREES, HALLOWEEN BATS HA<E FOR CROWDED SEASON 
D. SIMS AND CO. 



D^,^|1-2PERS AcouIRrNG GATEWAY CENTRE LAl 
fn^Sn^^^^t^E'S RESIGN FROM DALLAS DEVEL 
GUARDIAN PLANS M I N I-WAREHOUSE ON CLUB 



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F. WEBB HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE OXFORO WEBB HIGH SCHOOL 

F. WILK6RS0N CO. 

CREEDMOOH AWARDS CONTRACTS FOJ PROJECT 

J. HENDERSON TOWERS 
SFE ALSO JFK TOWERS 
SFE ALSO "OBEHEAD HILLS 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

party-givers Thanked 
lfe peeler co., inc. 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS SEC DROPS INSIDER TRADING CHARGES 
MILTON'S JEWELERS 

B;5JE"iI^AG^?ri°gtJiH^MN^??lis'"^'^''°'"'«'' 

INFFRKJO 

ARSON IS SUSPECTED IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM CTjc 
MANPOWER ADEQUATE AT OOWNliSN FIRE 
P. STEVENS CO. 

Snoi'-i'JJrJSIi ff^t'^ES COMMENT ON RUMORS 
SyStJ^5'fiV_LS SELLING DIVISIOM 



WORKERS MIXED OVER DIVISION SALE 
SI|V|NS COMPLETES PURC HA SE OF TEX T 
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BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 



TILE PLANT IN DURHAM 
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STEVENS PLANT STOfS POOnuCTIO^i EAOLIEO Than EXPFCTEn 

DOES OTP HAVE SEVEN-YEAB SUPPLV OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE SPACE' 

FIRE IGMTES IN FAN AT STEVENS" PLANT 

LINT IN FAN T01.ER START STEVE'lS BLAZE 

HIGH WAGES **AV HURT EFFORTS OF LEAF WORKERS TO FIND NFW JObS 

DURHAM CLOSINGS CHANGE LIVES 

HOW WILL DURHAM WEATHER ITS 8JSINESS TREMORS? 

ERWIN HILLS PLAOUE PRESERVED IN OVAL PARK 

STEVENS WORKERS SEEKING BACK PAY 

J. P. STEVENS CO.. SALES AND EARNINGS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

J. w. CAMPBELL ELECTRICAL CO. 

OWNER OF ELECTRICAL COMPANY DISAPPEARS 

JAP8ERW0CK 

SEE ALSO "ELTA SIGMA IHETA, INC. 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL BE PRESENTED AT JABBERWOCK 

JACK ASS ROAD 

KNIGhtoalE road dispute brings nuT STUBBORN STREAK 

JACK O'LANTERNS 

SEE ALSO PUMPKINS 

A FACE IN THE CROWD 

JACK RABBIT LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 

ARMED MAN ROBS ChAPFl HILL ST, LAUNDRY 

JACKSON STATE UNIV. SPORTS. cooTBALL 

EAGLES PLAN TO CRASH TIGcRS" HQL* DAY 

NCCU OPENER MATCHES OLD FRIEN?S 

EAGLES FALL DESPITE RECORD-SETTING NIGHT 

JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 

SMOKE FROM N.C. FIRE CLOUDS FLORIDA CITY 
WRESTLING ISN'T FOR GIRLS 

JACKSONVILLE. N.C. 

DOWNTOWN BLOCK CLOSED BY LEAK IN JACKSONVILLE 

WATER AND GASTLINE MIXTURE REMOVED 

WINDS KILL 3 IN JACKSONVILLE 

RESCUERS HOISTED DEMOLISHED TRAILER 

MAN SAYS 'THAT COUCH SAVED MY LIFE* 

PANEL TAKES ON RACIAL COMPLAINTS 

JACK';ONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 

BAND INSTRUCTOR IN JACKSONVILLE FACIJG CHARGES 

JACKSONVILLE POLICE DEPT. 

HOURS SURPRISE POLICE MOVING SOUTH 

JACKSONVILLE UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

HEELS TOP JACKSONVILLE, MURPHY'S 3<i 

U'lC-C DEFEATS DAVIDSON 

FOLLOW THE BOUNCING BALL 

UNC RILLS 

TAR HEELS ROLL OVER JACKSONVILLE 

JACOB B. FREELAND PROFESSOR OF ENDODONTICS I 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. PROFESSORSHIPS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 

bERGENHOLTZ NAMED UNC'S FIRST FoEEDLANU PROFESSOR IN ENOOCONTICS 

JACaUE F. MCALLISTER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 
APARTMENT COMPLEX GOING UP NEAR R TP 

JAIL-A-THON 

CANCER SOCIETY SCHEDULES JAIL-a-Ihon 

INCARCERATION FIGHTS CANCER 

jalL-A-THON IN ORANGE OPENS I'J UNIVERSITY MALL 

STUDENTS HAVE TEACHER 'ARRESTED' 

JAIL AND "AIL FUNO-RAISER SET AT NORTHGATE mall 

'DO NOT PASS GO... ' 

'BONDS' TOTALING HUBOC PLEDGED TO CR I ME STOP PER S 

•JAIL AND BAIL" A GREAT SUCCESS 

JAILS. DURHAM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY JAR 

JAILS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
S^E ALSO GUILFORD COUNTY JAIL 

SHERIFF IS FlNEC FO' GIVING L18U0R TD JAIL INMATE 

MECKLENBURG INMATES ALLOWED TO GO FREE FOR LONG PERIODS. RECORDS SHOW 

COUNTIES ARE RELUCTANT TO TAKE STATE PRISONERS 

JAILS. N.C. ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO ASSAULTS. 'J.C. 

SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C. ASSAULTS 

VICTIM OF GUILFORD JAIL BEATING DIES 
JAIL PfiATING TRIAL THIS WEEK 

JAILS. N.C. FIRES 

SEE ALSO F IRES. N.C. 
INMATES UNHURT 



IN PRISON FIRE 
C 



JAILS. N.C. PRISONER DEATHS 
SEE ALSO PRISONER DEATHS. 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS. N.C. SUICIDES 
ALAMANCE JAIL INMATE HANGS S EU F 
t2 MILLION LAWSUIT FILED OVER DEATH OF JAIL INMATE 
WAKE COUNTY INMATE DIES AFTER FALL FROM 5 TH FLOOR 



JAILS< N.C. 
SEE JAILSi 



SUICIDES 
N.C. PRISONER DEATHS 



JAILS. U.S. 

THREE PRISONERS CAPTURED AFTER ESCAPING CONWAY JAIL 

JAILS. U.S.. PREGNANT WOMEN 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
SEE ALSO WUMEN, CRI-INALS 

BABIES PORN 10 PRISON INMATES BEAR 



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SAMPSON JALAPENO BUSINESS HEATING UP 

JAMJS B. DUKE ENDOWMENT 
SEE DUKE ENDOWMENT 

JAMES F. SHEPARO L'SERTOMA CLUB 
LA SE=TOMA OFFICERS 
JAMES E. SHEPARO SERTDMA CLUB lADI 

JAMES F. SHEPARO S=RTQMA CLUB 



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THE J«MCS E. SHFPHEUO SERTDMA CLUB THANKS DURHAM liDI 

SERTOMA AWARD WINNERS 

CLUB HONORED 

SERTO"A CLUB AWARDS 

JAMES E. SHEPARO SERTOMA CLUB (ADI 

SERTOMA OFFICERS 

JAME? E. SHEPARO SOCIETY 

SHEPARD SOCIETY MEETS 

JAMES H. BREASTED AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SFTERS WINS LITERATURE AWARD 

JAMES M. JOHNSTON AWARDS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS ISEE AL SI NAMES OF SCHOLAR sm PS I 
7 STUDENTS. 3 TEACHERS GET UNC NURSING AWARDS 
JOHNSTON SCHOLARS ARE NAMED 

JANITORIAL SERVICES 

MISSING LETTER MUDDLES COUNTY BID PROCESS 

JAPAN 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC 
SEE ALSO CIFU. J 
SFE ALSO HIR05HI 
SEE ALSO NAGASAK 
SEE ALSO N.C. 
SEE ALSO TOKYO. 
SFE ALSO TOKYO S 

DUKE study: AG 

STOCKPILING FO 

UNC FACULTY ME 

DUKE SCHEDULES 

DUkF UNIVFRSIT 

IN THE SPOIL 10 

MADE IN JAPAN 

PROFESSOR TO P 

JAPANESE INTER 

REAGAN.. .TO FA 

JOURNEY TO EAS 

BUMPY KEEL NOT 

REAGAN. SHULT7 

DID YOU EVER H 

TARGET TURNED 

FORMER JAPANES 

ADF HEADS FOR 

LOWER TOBACCO 

JAPANESE FESTI 

JAPANESE FESTI 

A TASTE OF JAP 



BOMBS 

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MA 

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PAN CENTER 

JAPAN 

TRING QUARTET 

ING EASIER IN JAPAN 

R DISASTER 

MBERS VISIT JAPAN 

SYMPOSIUM ON JAPANESE CULTURE. SOCIETY 
SCHEDULES JAPANESE CULTURE SYMPOSIUM 
HT 

(CARTOON) 

RESENT LECTUKE ON JAPANESE CHURCH MUSIC 
EST WANES 

R EAST: -HERALD'S' HODGES HITTING THE ROAD TO JAPAN TODAY 
T ASIA BEGINS OM GOOD NOTE 

ROCKING REAGAN'S BOAT 

PLAY MAJOR LEAGUE BALL. BUT WHO'S ON FIRST? 
EAR THE ONE ABOUT THE.. .7 
TOURIST ATTRACTION 

E SAILORS GET LOOK AT WAR VICTIM, USS NORTH CAROLINA 
JAPAN 

PRICES BLAMED ON TARIFF DEAL 
VSL SUNDAY AT UNC 
VAL 
AN 



JAPAN. BUSINESSES 

C'ROLINA AMONG LEADERS IN JAPANESE BUSINESS TIES 

JAPANESE COMPANY OPENS DURHAM SALES OFFICE 

JAPANESE FIRM OPENS SALES OFFICE IN DURHAM 

OFFICIALS HOPE USER FEE WILL BOOST DURHAM TRADE iONE 

JAPANESE FIRMS GO FOR INDIVIDUAL; WHILE U.S. COMPANIES GO FOR JOB 

PASTRY FACTORY PLANNED 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

ARCHITECT ATKINS FIRST TAR HEFL IN JAPAN PROGRAM 

HONDA PLANT BRINGS JAPANESE TT STRANGE CULTURE 

EXCEPT FOR SOUTHERN DIALECT. JAPANESE ARE ADJUSTING TO. . .S WFP SONV I LL E 

IBM TRAINING PROGRAM PAYING OFF IN DOLLARS 

JAPANESE COMPANY TO LOCATE PLANT IN GUILFORD 

EMPLOYERS' "NEGATIVE SCREENING' IS WISE 

JAPANESE TRIP CAN FORGE LINKS 

WOMAN LEARNS TEAMWORK IN JAPANESE COMPANY 

JAPANESE FURNITURE MAKER ACQUIRES PLANT IN HIGH POINT 

JAPAN. CRIME RATE 

JAPANESE GANGSTER GETS WHAT HE DESERVES 

JAPAN. DANCE 

SEE ALSO DAI RAKUOA KAN 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ABkOAT 

GET READY 'CAUSE HERE THEY CO^E... 

ADF TOKYO 

JAPAN, ELECTRONICS INOUSTRY 
SEE ALSO ELECTRONICS 

SEE ALSO MICROELECTRONICS CFNTE' OF N.C. (STATE RESEARCH FACILITY) 
SEE ALSO MICROELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 
MICROCHIP TRUCE STEP TOWARD SANITY 

JAPAN. EXPORTS 

TEXTILE NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN U.S.. 



JAPAN BREAK DOWN 



JAPAN, FOREIGN RELATIONS 

ATKINS SELECTED FOR JAPAN PROGRAM 

CULTURAL. ECONOMIC TIES WITH JAPAN GET SUPPORT 

JAPAN. TOBACCO 

JAPAN PLANS TO KEEP PURCHASING U.S. TOBACCO 

JAPAN TOBACCO INC. TO BUY FLU'-CUREO LEAF 

IMPORTERS SAY 'LIBERALIZATION' HASN'T OPENdD UP JAPAN'S TOBACCO MARKET 

JAPAN SUSPENDS IMPORT TARIFF ON U.S. CICAREFTES, TOBACCO 

JAPAN RULE MAY AID AMERICAN CIGARETTES 

REAGAN SAYS JAPAN WILL SUSPEND TARIFF ON TOBACCO 

EFFECTS OF JAPAN'S TOBACCO POLICY UNSURE 

JAPAN, TRADE 

SEE ALSO FOI 
COUNCIL Ml 
CLEMENT S 
MAYOR REMi 
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GULLEY AN 
TOUGH TAL 
ALL-WOMAN 
MICROCHIP 
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BEFORE ST 
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BUSINESS 
ATTITUDE 
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IBM TRAIN 
CONFERENC 
JAPAN SUS 
JAPAN RUL 
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EMPLOYERS 
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[NG n JAPAN 
ARD SANITY 

WEEN U.S., JAPAN BREAK DOWN 
INESS. CHECK DURHAM RESOURCES 
N PPQ3RAM 
ITSUBISHI SEEKS MORE YEN FOR DURHAM 

RS PAST BENEFACTOR 

ING OFF IN DOLLARS 
ARAN IN TRADE PLANNED FOR RTP 
RIFF ?N U.S. CIGAREETES. TOBACCO 
CAN CI GARETTES 

USPEND Tariff on tobacco 

EENING' IS WISE 

FOR MORE N.C. GOODS FOR JAPANESE 



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S 2 11/18/R6 A 



S 2 3/12/06 C 



H 2 5/21/e6 b 3 N UBO 
H 2 ll/21/n6 U 6 N 



S 2 3/0I/B6 A S P N MOf- 



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C 


1 




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1/2B/R6 


A 


4 




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1/29/06 


C 


1 




N 




H 




3/0A/n6 


B 


7 




N 


080 


s 




3/05/n6 


C 


5 




N 




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3/07/86 





6 





N 




H 




3/21/86 


A 


4 


T 


T 


R56 


H 




3/30/fl6 


C 


9 




N 


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'./0'./e6 


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4 




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'1/25/86 


A 


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<./26/n6 


A 


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<./27/86 


A 


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H49 


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5/03/36 


A 


1 




U 


H49 


H 




5/04/86 


A 


1 




U 


H49 


H 




6/23/86 


A 


1\ 


P 


P 




H 




6/25/86 


B 


5 




N 




S 




7/31/86 





9 




N 




S 




10/15/86 


C 


13 




N 




H 




lO/2'3/86 


c 


7 




N 




H 




11/U3/86 


c 


1 


p 


P 


R7h 


H 




12/10/B6 


A 


18 


P 


P 


S76 


H 


J 


1/01/B6 


A 


12 




N 




H 




3/07/96 


A 


1 




N 


L41 


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3/07/86 


C 


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N 




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5/01/B6 


A 


20 


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5/19/B6 


C 


14 




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8/ 2/86 


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1/ 0/96 


c 


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9/10/86 


c 


3 




N 




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9/14/86 


D 


12 




N 




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10/02/96 


i 


16 


P 


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L41 


H 




lO/l 1/86 


A 


13 




N 




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10/13/96 


A 


4 




L 




s 




11/15/86 


A 


1 


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N 


«82 


H 


2 


12/07/96 


c 


14 


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12/10/86 


A 


13 




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S 2 12/26/96 A 



H 2 
S 2 



8/14/96 B 9 
8/21/86 2 
9/21/86 D 1 



H 2 8/08/86 A 



H 2 6/19/86 C 10 



9/09/96 
10/14/96 



3/21/96 
8/29/86 
10/02/96 
10/04/86 
10/J4/96 
10/07/96 
10/09/06 



14 
13 
11 
1 
12 

15 



2/07/ 

2/07/ 

2/18/ 

2/19/ 

2/20/ 

5/01/ 

5/25/ 

8/08/ 

8/18/ 

9/07/ 

9/09/ 

9/11/ 

9/30/ 

9/30/ 

10/01/ 

10/02/ 

10/02/ 

10/04/ 

10/04/ 

10/J7/ 

10/13/ 

10/16/ 



16 
19 
I 1 
1 
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N L40 
N L40 



N S5l 
N "69 
N S51 

N M69 

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U L41 

N rf32 

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N L4I 

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INDEX 
lJ/31/86 



S U b J E 



N.C. C1F><5 URGED TO CONSIOEI' TRA3B FAIR IN JAPAM 

TAR HrELS. JAPANESE DEBATE TRADE GAP 

ATKINS' TOKYO DIARY: JAPANESE WANT BALANCED TRADE. TOO 

JAPANESE TRIP CAN FORGE LINKS 

JAPAN '"OBACCn AND SALT CORP. 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

JAPAN TOBACCO INC. TO BUY FLUE-CURED LEAF 

IMPORTERS SAY 'LIBERALIZATION' HASN'T OPENED UP JAPAN'S TOBACCO MARKET 

JAPAN WHALING ASSGCIATIDN 

SHAH UNIVERSITY, WHALING MONEY LINK INVESTIGATED 
smith: some at sham KNEW OF CONTRACT 

JABVIK HEART 

SEE ALS" ARTIFICIAL HEARTS 
A hORTHWhILE EXPERIMENT 
BAPTIST HOSPITAL TO GET JARVK HEART 
HOSPITAL HANTS HEART PUMP. NOT JARVIK HEART 

JAVEL INS 

VILAS JOINS TOP SEEDS IN FOREST HILLS FijAL 8 

JAY HOSIERY MILLS INC. 

DURHAM TEXTILES INDUSTRY LED ■! Y SMALL SPECIALISTS 

JAYCEES 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO JAYCEES 
SEE DURHAM JAYCEES 

JAYWALK ING 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. DURHAM 

SFE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, N.C. 

HIT BY CAR, SHE'S CITED FOR JAYWALKING 

JAZZ 

SEE ALSO DUKE JAZZ 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV 
SEE ALSO EMANONS 
SEE ALSO JOHN COLT 
SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 
SFE ALSO ROCK CONC 
SFE ALSO BOCK 
SFE ALSO UMBRIA AT 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF 

CANNONBALL COLLE 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

ENERGY STARS IN 

HAPPY SURPRISES 

ALL THIS JAZZ 

JAZZ FESTIVAL SE 

JAZZ FESTIVAL 

BLUEGBASS AND JA 

A HOT WEEK FOR _ 

IN TH? SPOTLIGHT 

LET IT SNOW. LET 

JAZZMEN MAKE UP 

NEW '"ORE FOR LE 

MILES DAVI S TO P 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

AGE SUITING HELL 

JAZZ TRADITION G 

CURIOSITY LEO RA 

UNC JAZZ BAND GE 

HUTCHFRSON, DICK 

EMANONS JAZZ BAN 

IT'S JAZZY SUMME 

TRUMPETER CODRIN 

WITH JAZZ, 'PBE5 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

JAZZ PROF TAKES 

JAMMING 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

NEW ISSUES BRING 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

WALLACE JAZZ IN 

SOME 'NEW THING 

SMOOTH SOUNDS SU 

NEW RADIO SHOW F 

IN The SPOTLIGHT 

DURHAM 'HOT SCEN 

DREAM BANK GOOD, 

YOUNGSTERS CAN L 

REPUTATION BESTO 

COLTRANE ENTHUSI 

NEW BLACK-HAWK L 

JAZZ SINGER CARO 

A LEGEND LEAVES: 

GERRY MULLIGAN'S 

FRANK BARHAM PLA 

WONC EXPANDS ITS 

JAZZ IT UP This 

NEW ALBUMS SHOW 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

JAZZ AND CLASSIC 

COLTRANE TRIBUTE 

A KNOCKOUT GOOOB 

COLTRANE HONORED 

JAZZ FESTIVAL BE 

NEW ISSUES FROM 

JOHN COLTRANE: A 

UMBBIA JAZZ FEST 

NFH RECORDS PBEV 

UMBRIA JAZZ STAB 

BRANDON HARSALIS 

KETCH'S KIDS' CA 

HERMAN, HAMILTON 

DUKE JAZZ ENSFHB 

DIRTY DOZEN PUTS 

BLAKE'S POWER JA 

MIXED STOCKING G 

JAZZ TRIO IN CON 

JAZZ MOVIE HAS S 

IMPULSE RE-ISSUE 

JEANS 

SEE BLUE JEANS 



ENSEMBLE 
MARY LOU WILLIAMS JAZZ FESTIVAL 
AZZ ENSEMBLE 
RANE JAZZ SOCI ETY 

EBTS 
ROLL 

OUKE JAZZ FESTIVAL 
N.C. -CHAPEL HILL JAZZ LABORATORY BAND 
CTION COMING OUT OF THE VAULT 

JAZZ/DANCE 

FROM The UNDERRATED 



EUNION IN CHAPEL HILL 

ZZ ARE SIDE BY SIDE IN SKYLINE 

AZZ AT UNC, OJKE 

— THE JAZZ GOES ON 

FOR MISSING 

S' FILLS OUT PEPPER'S VANGUARD SESSIONS 

EBFORH AT UNC 

THE JAZZ PAIRING SHE AR ING-TORME 
ETS NEW CREATION 
MSEY LEWIS CAREER 
TS PICKUP BY 'BELLSON EFFECT' 
ERSON: VARIATIONS ON A THEME 
DIRECTOR RETIRING FROM ELON FACULTY 
' FOR DURHAM PARKS 
GTON SHOWS HE IS A MASTER 
ERVATION' IS TAKING MANY FORMS 

HOT STRETCH 



PACK BRUBECK- SMI TH COMBINATION 

RCB MANNER 

S FROM A PAIR OF 'CHANCE-TAKERS' 

NDAY SOOTHER 

EATUHES TRIANGLE JAZZ 

THIS WEEK' S HIGHLIGHTS 
E' IN RADIO SERIES 

IF NOT QUITE UP TO LEGENDS 
EARN JAZZ 

RED FOR SAXMAN PAUL GONSALVFS 
ASIS TO PLAN CELEBRATION 
ABEL FULFILLS HIGH EXPECTATIONS 
L SLOANE LEAVING AREA 

CAROL SLOANE GOES HOME 

'SOFT LIGHTS' Mir.HT BE ALBUM OF THE YEAR 
YS ON 

OURHAH JAZZ SHOW 
FALL 
OFF IMPROVISE" '5 '0BCH6STRA' 

L STYLES MIX--SOMETIMES 
S SET IN CARRBORO, DURHAM 
YE FOR CAROL SLOANE 

GINS 

A PAIR OF THE GREATS 

GIANT OF JAZZ IS REMEMBERED BY HIS NATIVE N.C. 
IVAL TO BEGIN WEDNESDAY AT DUKE 
lEW COMING JAZZ ATTRACTIONS 
TS WEDNESDAY 

CARRIES ON HIS FAMILY'S TRADITION 

MRUS CONCERT :lean combustion 
JAZZ blessing but VOCALS, setup hurt 

LF PLAYS tribute to JONES 

SOME N-^W in OLO ORLEANS JAZZ 
ZZ TAKES TOLL 

IG CLOSES SUN1AY JAZZ CARR MILL MALL STAND 
CERT WITH BRASS QUINTET 
FECIAL DURHAM FAN 
S BRING BACK '60S REVELATION 



JEFFERSON-JACKSON DAY 

FUND-RAISER ATTRACTING CANDIDATES 

JEFFERSON MARKETING CORP. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLJB 

JUDGE REFUSES TO DISMISS PART OF FEC SUIT AGAINST ORGANIZATIONS 
WHAT AN ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS SUIT! (CARTOONl 
JEFFERSON MARKETING INC. ORGANIZES SIX SUBSIDIARIES 



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1 

14 

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H 2 8/2'5/R6 
S 2 lO/OJ/Bo 


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H 2 10/21/86 A 11 
S 2 10/2<./86 C 10 



? 3/l0/n6 D <- 
1 11/25/P6 C 1 
1 11/26/86 C ? 



N 



H 2 5/0''/B6 C <■ N 

S 2 6/U2/P6 A 1 P N J82 



H 2 6/21/86 C 1 



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1/10/86 


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1/21/86 


A 


1 1 




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L34 


H 


2 


l/2<./B6 


D 


13 




B 


S66 


S 


2 


1/30/86 


D 


11 




N 




S 


2 


2/06/86 


D 






N 




H 


2 


2/07/96 









N 




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2 


2/07/86 


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B 


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H 


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2/21/86 


D 


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2 


2/21/86 


D 


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566 


H 


2 


2/25/86 


B 


5 




R 


S66 


H 


2 


2/28/96 


D 


f. 




R 


566 


H 


2 


3/05/86 


C 


7 




N 


U80 


H 


2 


S/li/Se 





6 


p 


N 




H 


2 


3/16/86 


A 


7 




R 


S66 


H 


2 


3/28/86 


D 


14 




R 


S66 


H 


2 


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7 


p 


F 


W66 


H 


2 


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D 


4 




B 


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H 


2 


<./25/B6 





4 




R 


5 66 


H 


1 


'./30/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 


2 


5/13/86 


B 


9 


p 


N 


W6^ 


H 


2 


5/13/86 


6 


9 




R 


556 


H 


2 


5/16/86 


D 


5 




P 


566 


H 


2 


5/16/B6 


D 


6 


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N 




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2 


5/<:3/86 





2 




R 


S65 


S 


2 


5/23/66 


C 


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P 


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H 


2 


5/30/66 





6 


p 


N 




H 


2 


6/06/86 


D 


4 




P 


5 66 


H 


2 


6/13/86 





6 


p 


N 




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2 


6/17/86 


c 


12 


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R 


5 55 


H 


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6/20/36 





3 




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5/20/86 





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6/26/86 


D 


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6/27/86 


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6/27/86 


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12 




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5 56 


s 


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7/32/86 


A 


6 


p 


P 


S27 


H 


2 


7/11/86 


'J 


in 




P 


5 66 


S 


2 


7/15/86 


A 


9 




N 




H 


2 


7/18/86 





11 




B 


5 55 


H 


2 


7/31/86 


A 


16 


p 


N 




H 


2 


8/08/86 





I 


p 


F 


J 66 


H 


2 


9/08/86 


D 


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B 


5 56 


H 


2 


3/10/86 


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2 


8/12/85 


B 


7 


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0/14/86 


D 


3 


P 


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H 


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a/18/So 





4 




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S55 


H 


2 


8/15/86 


D 


6 


P 


N 




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2 


8/20/86 





4 




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566 


H 


2 


9/05/86 


D 


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5 56 


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9/11/86 


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3 




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9/12/86 


D 


4 


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9/19/96 





1 


P 


F 


W66 


s 




10/02/86 


D 


3 


p 


N 




H 




10/03/86 


D 


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S55 


H 




10/03/86 


U 


5 




N 


060 


H 




10/14/86 


c 


8 




R 


S66 


H 




10/31/86 





5 




R 


565 


H 




11/04/86 


c 


5 


P 


B 


5 55 


S 




11/07/86 


c 


5 




N 




H 




11/14/86 





3 




R 


S66 


H 




12/09/86 


A 


13 




R 


566 


H 




12/16/86 


c 


5 


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12/20/86 


c 


4 




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12/23/86 


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11 


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12/26/86 


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1/23/86 
1/24/86 
2/24/86 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



J E C T S 



l/oo/s? 



C08FY DEBTS ILLEGAL. DEMOCRATS CONTEND 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB. EEC REACH AGREEMENT 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB EXPECTED TO FACE CHANGES 

ELECTION COMMISSION REJECTED PRnpnSAL TO INVESTIGATE COBEY 

EEC MFMBER CALLS PROBE OF COBF Y DEBT • SI LL Y • -- TAPE 

HELMS GROUP RAPS GULLEY IN NEW PAPER 

COMMISSION REJECTS FURTHER COIEY PROBE 

JEFFERSON MARKETING'S POLITICAL LOANS EYED 

AGENCY EXTENDED CREDIT TO HELMS. CONSERVATIVES 

JEFFERSON-PILOT CORP. 

DUKE GETS tl MILLION ENOO'JMENT 

NEW HAYTI PROJECTS, HOUSES PROGRESSING 

DUKE GROUNDBREAKING HONORS BRYAN 

ROSE'S CELEBRATES MILESTONE BY HOLDING (WHAT ELSE?) A SALE! 

ACT RECEIVES GRANT FOR MCNAIR ENDOWED CHAIR 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

JEFFERSON-PILOT'S ACC TV 

PIONEER RADIO STATION WPIG SIGNS OFF 

EASTERN FOOTBALL PROGRAMS STRIKE TV SYNDICATION DEAL 

JELLYBEAN THE CLOWN 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE END 

JEOPARDY (GAME SHOWI 

BEEBE'S 'JEOPARDIZED' 

JEREMIAH PROJECT INC. 

OLD IDEALS INSPIRE NEW 

JEPRY HEORICK MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS, N.C. 

GRANVILLE COUNTY GETTING TWO >1EW INDUSTRIES 

OXFORO MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC'S NEED FOR SPACE CALLED CRISIS 

BIDS FOR NEW CLINIC TO BE OPENED SEPT. 1 

JERUSALEM 

SEE ALSO ISRAEL 

JERUSALEM CEREMONY HONORS MRS. EVANS 

JESUS CHRIST 

'HE IS LOOSE! 



THINK TANK' 



CHRISTIANS RETELL ABSURD. SHOCKI NG . . . E A S TER STORY 



.C. ( MIL ITARY JETSI 



JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (ROCK OPERAI 

DIRECTOR WANTS TO GIVE 'REACH' TO 'SUPERSTAR' 
'SUPERSTAR' DOES WELL BY IMAGINATION 

JETS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, JETS, 
SEE ALSO AIRLINES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 

NEED JETLINER PARTS? CALL AIRPORT IN MAXTON 

JEWEL OF THE NILE (FILM! 
TRAVEL THROUGH FILMS 

JEWEL THFFT 

DURHAM C 
DEPUTIES 
THIEVES 
BURGLARS 
POLICE C 
JEWELRY 
TV, JEWE 
POLICE P 
THIEVES 
MAN ROBS 
THIEVES 
JEWELRY 
POLICE P 
115,000 
2 CHARGE 
»1 MILLI 
SON IS A 
SON CHAR 
SEARCH C 
MAN ASKS 
MAN CHAR 
JEWELRY 



RIMESTOPPERS 

INVESTIGATE THEFT 
TAKE JEWELRY FROM SNOWHILL ROAD HOMF 

STEAL DIAMOND EARRINGS 
HASE ENDS IN ARREST OF RALEIGH MAN ON 10 CHARGES 
IS TAKEN FROM MOTEL ROOM 
LRY STOLEN FROM FRANKLIN HOME 
ROBING JEWELRY THEFT 
WRECK HOME, TAKE JEWELRY 

RESTAURANT, GETS S700 
TAKE J USED CARS 
STOLEN FROM CHAPEL HILL STORE 
ROBING SERIES OF DURHAM THEFTS 
IN JEWELRY STOLEN FROM STORE 
WITH THEFT OF JEwFLS 
ON IN JEWELRY IS STOLEN 
CCUSEO AFTER 11 MILLION JEWELRY THEFT 
GEO WITH STEALING VAN 
ONTINUES AFTER JEWEL THEFT 

TO SEE JEWELRY, THEN STEALS WATCH 
GEO IN JEWEL THEFT 
STORE ROBBED 2ND TIME. SUSPECT SAME 



JEWELRY 

SEE ALSO EARRINGS 

SEE ALSO NECKLACES 

COLORFUL CHARMS ARE LATEST FA3 FOR LITTLE GIRLS 
NO HOLES REOUIREO: EAR CUFFS ARE CATCHING ON 

JEWS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-SEMITISM 

SEE ALSO BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 

SEE ALSO B'NAI B'RITH 

SFE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR JUDAIC STUDIES 

SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 

SEE ALSO "THE HOLHCAUST" 

SEE ALSO JUDAISM 

SEE ALSO JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION 

SEE ALSO KOSHER FOODS 

SEE ALSO RABBIS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES) 

SEE ALSO SYNAGOGUES 

SEE ALSO YARMULKE 

SEE ALSO YOM K IPPUR 

SEE ALSO Z lONI SM 

THE JEWI SH ChR ISTIAN 

NO "JEWISH-CHRISTIANS' 

UNC JEWISH FILMS OFFER THE UNUSUAL 

FREEDOM FOR ALL WORTH INDIVIDUAL SACRIFICES 

AN ACT OF RECONC IL lAI ION 

A TOAST 'L'CHAIM' 

CHARLOTTE'S JEWISH COMMUNITY SPELLS CHRISTIANS FOR HOLIDAY 

JIHAD (SHIITE MOSELM FUNDAMENTALIST GROUP) 
SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO MUSLIMS 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
NO TO THE MADMAN 

JIM'S PARTY STORE 

WRECK INJURES I 

JO jn DANCER, YOUR LIFE IS CALLING (FILM) 

FOR POYOR FANS, 'JO JO' IS AN ENTERTAINING MOVIE 

JOP APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 







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/ANNUAL InOEX 

1/01/86 - U/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



l/0°/17 



FIRMS WEIGH JHB Ci^ETENTIALS OIFFEBENTLY 

SIGNIFICANT DISCREPANCIES REP1RTE0 IN TRIANGLE JOB APPLICATIONS- 

JOP CORPS 

CHAMBER ENDORSES PLANS FOR GETTING JOB COOPS SCHOOL- 
AIDS TESTS PLANNED FOR JOB CORPS 

JOP DISCS ImINATIPN 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC TENURE 

SfE ALSO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO COMPARABLE PAY 

SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 

SFE ALSO EJUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

SEE ALSO EUUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 

SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 

SUPREME COURT RULES N.C. FARM AGENCY MAY DISCRIMINATE ILLEGALLY 

SUPREME COURT RULES EXTENSION SFRV ICE . . . V lOL AT ING l<>8* CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 

PTC HAY ESTABLISH GRIEVANCE RIAOQ 

AIDS BIAS CHARGE CITES N.C. h:!SPITAL 

PREGNANT FIREFIGHTER AS«EO TO RETURN 

CPCL OKOEREO TO HIRE BACK Z AT HARRIS PLANT 

CPCL PLANT ORDERED TO REHIRE ? WORKERS 

STEVENS WORKERS SEEKING BACK PAY 

J0« FAIR 

JOB FAIR 

A PERFECT FI T 

JOP SATISFACTION 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

SATISFYING JOP. HAPPY MARRIAGE CAN BRING LONGER LIFE. ..STUDY 
JOB SATISFACTION, VOLUNTEER WORK INCREASE LONGEVITY, STUDY SHOWS 
MOST FNJOY The RAT RACE 

JOP SCREENING 

SEE ALSO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S.. EMPLOYEES 

SFE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

SEE ALSO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

SEE ALSO JOB APPLICATIONS 

SFE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 

EMPLOYERS' 'NFCATIVE SCREENING- IS WISE 

JOB SEARCHING 

JOBS FUNDS SLATED 

JOB CLUB OFTEN FINOS ONE WORK IN \Z DAYS 

CAREER COUNSELOR FORMING NETWORK FOR JOP SEEKERS 

JOP SERVICE CENTER 

JOB CENTER PLACES 153 

267 FIND WORK WITH DURHAM JOB SERVICE 





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JOP TRAINING 

SFE ALSO APPRE 

SEE ALSO COMMLI 

SEE ALSO COMPR 

SFE ALSO INTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. 

SEE ALSO ON-TH 

SEE ALSO PRlSn 

SFE ALSO PKISO 

SEE ALSO VOCAT 

STATE OFFICI 

SCOTT PLANS 

•2 PLUS 2' P 

SCOTT'S PLAN 

PUTTING HCRF 

J. P. STEVENS 

SANFOPD SAYS 

70 STUDENTS 

DURHA** CUTS 

DISLOCATED T 

PROGRAM SHOW 

CHAMBER ENOO 

DURHAM CLOSI 

STATE PPOf.RA 

IRM TRAINING 

MARTIN UNVEt 

BOB SCOTT SA 

MCJOBS PROGR 



JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT 

SEE ALSO COMPREHENSIVE EMf-LOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 
<. COUNTIES FORM JOB TRAINING SERVICE AREA... 

STATE OFFICIALS CrtANbE MINDS IN JOB TRAINING SERVICE AREAS 
PERSON APPROVES BOAT ORDINANCE FOR HYCO LAKE 
JOB-TRAINING PROGRAM OFFERED IN CASWELL 
WELFARE MOTHERS FOCUS OF JOS-TRAINING PROGRAM 
DURHAM INDUSTRY COUNCIL INCORPORATES 
RTI REPORT URGES CHANGES 

JOCKEY INTERNATIONAL INC. 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

JOCKEY'S RIOGE. N.C. 

TRADITION FLIES HIGH 

JOE HIGHFILL CONSTRUCTION ,„ , „.^, 

THE STRESS OF WORK CAN UNDERMINE HEALTH OF EXECUTIVES AND SECRETARIES 

JOGGING 

SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 
SEE ALSO PREDICTION RUN 

JOGGING COMPANY 

DUKE SURGEON TO uFFER TIPS ON PROPER WALKING, JOGGING 

RAIN SCARES OFF WiMPS, JOGGER SAYS 

RUNNING INJURIES COMMON 

RUNNER'S HIGH 

RUN, WALK, JOG... A NO WIN 

THtRAOEUIIC JOG 

JOHN A. HOLMES HIGH SCHOOL IFOENTON, N.C.I 
SEE ALSO EOENTOM, N.C. 

EOENTON SCHOOL'S SENIORS INVITED To WHITE H"USE 
N.C. STUDENTS TOLD U.S. WON'T START A NUCLEAR WAR 
SOME SAY HE CARES: OTHERS FELT PATkO'.IZFU 
GOP TRIES TO Cash IN ON REAGAN POPULARITY 

JOHN A. MASON HOUSE 

CORPS SHOULD RECONSIDER ITS MASTER PLAN 

JOHN AVERY BOYS' CLOP 

MONEY SOUGHT FOR DURHAM GROUPS 

PROGRAM BLENDS FUN, LEARNING 

SENATE COMMITTEE OKS DURHAM, ORANGE FUNDS 



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NITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 

EHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 

NSHIPS 

COMMISSION ON JOBS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH 

E-JPB TRAINING 

NERS, N.C, EDUCATION PROGRAM 

NS, N.C. 

lONAL EDUCATION 

ALS CHANGE MINDS TN JOB TRAINING SERVICE AREAS 

TO UPGRADE JOB TRAINING 

LAN AIDS 'THE IGNORED' 

COULD CUT TRAINING FOR JOBS 

JOBS WHERE THE NEED IS 
WORKERS TO GET JOB FINDING AID 

LAYOFFS UNDERSCORE NEED FOR RETRAINING 
GET CERTIFICATES erom PRIVATE INDUSTRY COU.^CIL 
'WELFARE MOTHER' ^OLLS 

RIANGLE TEXTILE WORKERS RE-TRAINED IN AUTO MECHANICS COURSE 
S STUDENTS THE WORKING WORLD ' 

RSES PLANS FOR GETTING JOB CORPS SCHOOL 
NGS CHANGE LIVES 
M HFLPS WORKERS RETRAIN OP TRANSFER 

PROGRAM PAYING OFF IN DOLLARS 
L5 JOBS PLAN 

YS STUDY PROVIDES A CORNERSTONE 
AM HELPS DISABLEO SUCCEED, RELIEVE IN THEMSELVES 



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1/01/86 - U/31/e6 



S U B J E 



ALLOCATIONS OMITTED 
CONCENTBATICIN 

JOHN B. UKSTEAO HOSPITAL 
CAMP RUTNER MEMORIES 

9-ACRE PURCHASE OK • D FOR ENO RIVER STATE PARK 
MARY FARRELL HELPS M4NY 

STATE MENTAL PATIENT HAS EAR TORN IN FIGHT 
STATE PLANNING TO DEVELOP LOTS ON BUTNER TRACT 
JOHN UMSTEAD HOSPITAL TO HONCP EMPLOYEES 
ARE PATIENTS ONLY ONES WITH RIGHTS? 
N.C. HOSPITALS FOR MENTALLY ILL CAUSING ALARM 

HOSPITAL'S BOARD TO CONSIDER EXPANSION OF P SYC -11 A TR IC WARD 
BURKE MAY BE OUT OF UMSTEAO SOON 
GIFTS NEEDED FOR DURHAM RESIDENTS 
CENTER INMATES TAKE CHRISTMAS TO PATIENTS 
CENTER'S INMATES TAKE CHRISTMAS TO PATIENTS AT UMSTEAD HOSPITAL 

JOHN B. UMSTEAD HOSPITALt YOUTH CENTER 
SEE UMSTEAD YOUTH CENTER 

JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
GET our OF U.N. 

JOHN COLTRANE JAZZ SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO JAZZ 
ARTICLES ... 

COLTRANE TRIBUTES SET IN CARRBORU. DURHAM 
COLTRANE HONORED 
TAKE THE 'COLTRANE' 
JOHN COLTRANE: A GIANT OF JAZ7 IS REMEMBERED BY HIS NATIVE N.C. 

JOHN RYAN MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNEY 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

GA. TECH HOLDS RYAN GOLF LEAD 

JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

STAR SURGEON LEFT MARK ON CLASS OF '61 

JOHNSON C HIGGINS CAROLINAS INC. 

INSURANCE FIRM TESTING ALLIANCE HITH BANK 

JOHNSON C JOHNSON INC. 

BURROUGHS STUDYING CAPSULE SAFETY 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. 

COLLEGE EYES 1ST GOP CLUB ON RLACK CAMPUS 
CHAPEL HILL MAN SLAIN IN CHARLOTTE 
MAN CITED IN SLAYING OF MCCLAM 
TEMPLE SURGE STOPS UCLA 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 

DEFENSE GRABS BULLS BY HORN IN CENTRAL'S 20-10 TRIUMPH 
EAGLES' DEFENSE COMING OF AGE 

JOHNSTON, ZABOR C ASSOCIATES INC. 

FIVE TAR HEELS, FAMILIES MAKE FORBES' LIST OF <.00 RICHEST IN AMERICA 
CHAPEL HILL PROJECT NAMED FRANKLIN WEST 

JOHNSTON COUNTY, N.C. 

NUMBER ONE: DURHAM HILL LEAD TRIANGLE GROWTH DURING NEXT ?0 YEARS... 
BABY FOUND IN GARBAGE BAG LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 
BALD EAGLE'S KILLER SOUGHT IN JOHNSTON 

JOHNSTON COUNTY JAIL 

INMATES UNHURT IN PRISON FIRE 

JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 

MAXWELL TAYLOR: GENERAL AND STATESMAN 

JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS 
'INTENSE PROBATION' PROGRAM TO EXPAND 

JOINT ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 
SEE ORANGE/CHATHAM COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY 

JONBILL MANUFACTURING CO. 

STOVALL'S ONLY INDUSTRY CLOSES 

STOVALL STILL SEEKING INDUSTRY TO REPLACE JONBIL 

JONES DAIRY FARM 

BOOM IN CONSTRUCTION IN DURHAM CONTINUES BUT AT REDUCED KATE 

JONES ISLAND 

EXCLUSIVE N.C. HUNTING LODGE NEARS OPENING 

JONESTOWN 

SEE GUYANA 

SEE RELIGIOUS CULTS 

JOPDACHE 

SALE OF COUNTERFEIT JEANS BY SALVATION army CRITICIZED 
COUNTERFEIT JFANS GIVEAWAY TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING? 
COMPANY FINED S19,000 FOR SELLING JEANS 

JORDAN 

ISLAMIC STUDIES PROGRAM AT DUKE TO AWARD GRANTS 

MATH SCHOOL SERVES AS MODEL FOR JORDAN 

DUKE SENDING 10 FROM SOUTHEAST TO JORDAN 

STUDENTS TO STUDY IN JORDAN 

DUKE STUDENT SPENDS SUMMER IN JORDAN DUPING INTERNSHIP 

JORDAN, BROWN, PRICE AND WALL (LAW FIRM! 

'HOT' MUTUAL FUNDS OFFER PROFITS — BUT BE CAUTIOUS 

JORDAN DAM 

SEE 8. EVERETT JORDAN DAM 

JORDAN GROVE COMMUNITY 

CHATHAM DENIES TRAILER PARK 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

PROGRAM LETS TEACHER TEACH WHILE LEARNING 

CREDIT eiG BROTHER 

JORDAN STUDENTS WOW THEM AT SOUTH SQUARE 

WAITING 

SPRUCING UP THE GROUNDS 

TOP MARKETERS 

VANDALISM REPORTED 

HOT REHEARSAL 

JORDAN HIGH'S 'SUGAR' UP TO STARTLING STANDARDS 

STUDENTS REV UP FOR ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMS 

STUDENTS, PARENTS INVITED TO COLLEGE AID SEMINAR 



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NU4L INDEX 

1/01/86 - W/31/96 



SUBJECTS 



|>«GE 56". 
I/O'"/"? 



JPROAN ANNOUNCES SRI GRADING PERIOD HONOR ROLL 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

•PEST PART WORKING WITH KIDS' 

CLEARING The record 

TOGETHER AGAIN 

BUILDING BOOM has 3 SCHOOLS I'l COUNTY SCURRYING FOR SPACE 

«HAT UE THI'jk: JORDAN HIGH SC-'OOL 

COMPUTEP PLAYS TRUANCY OFFICE'' 

PFANUTS IN CyCRY 9ITE 

JORDAN CLUB COUNTS CARS TO HELP EASE TRAFFIC JA"<S 

MAN RCBPET 

JOPDAN HIGH SCHOOL. DISTRIBUTIVE E:<UCATIO.N 
JORDAN'S DEC HELPS ARTKIITIS 
PLANNING BANJUET 
TOP SELLERS 

JOPDAN HIGH SCHOTL. GRADUATION 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATIONS SCHEDJLED 

DUSHA" SCHOOLS TO CADUATE l.^00 

5 GRADUATIONS today: DURHAM HIGH TQ INO'XT «, INTO HALL OF FAME 

GRADUATION day: at NORTHERN HIGH, TWO WERE "ISSING 

GRADUATION SPEAKERS TALK OF PAST, FUTURE 

GRaOS GET DIPLOMAS AT SUMMER SCHOOL GRADUATION FRIDAY 

JOPDAN HIGH SCHOOL, STUDENTS 

BEING 1ST NEVER GOAL FQR TOP JORDAN PUPIL 

JORDAN RECOGNIZES STUOE-JTS 

HONORING STUDENT 

THE PUNKS WERE OUT 

INFORMAL SURVEY 

TOP SELLERS 

TEEN OPINION AT JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

INFORMAL Survey 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT ON POPE ROAD 

STUDENTS ESTABLISH hqOF MEMORIAL FUND 

SCHOLARSHIP FUND SET UP IN ME-ORY OF JORDAN STUDENT 

JORDAN HIGH GRIEVES FOR FELLOJ STUDENT 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASEBALL 

SOUTHERN POUNDS JORDAN IN BASEBALL 
SWING'S RBIS RALLY NORTHERN 
JORDAN CRUISES BY HILLSIDE, l^-'? 
ORANGF MAINTAINS 'HOPE' 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL IBOYSI 
JORDAN CLAIMS 1ST PAC-6 WIN 
JORDAN GETS PAC-6 itlN 
HILLSIDE TAKES FIRST PAC-6 WIN 
BURNETTE RALLIES JORDAN PAST VIKINGS 
JORDAN RALLIES PAST VANCE 
JORDAN GAINS CONFIDENCE, A PAC-6 WIN 
CHAPEL HILL RIPS JORDAN 
CHAPEL HILL CRUISES BY JORDAN 
BULLDOGS Claim win 0;ER JORDAN 
SPARTANS' SPURT FLOORS FALCON^ 
SHELTriN LEADS JORDAN 

FALCONS »!N AGAIN, EARN TOURNEY BERTH 
FALCONS SPOIL TIGERS' PARTY 
SOARING OVER TIGERS 

JORDAN NIPS TIGERS; PERSON WINS PAC-6 
PAC-6 PACKS TALENT 

CHAPEL HILL, DURHAM FIGURE TO BE AT HEAD OF THE CLASS 
FALCONS HOLD OFF SPARTANS 
FALCONS SURPRISE SPARTANS 
BROOKS, JORDAN NIP WEBB IN 3 DIS 
JORDAN STILL UNBEATEN 
BULLDOGS HAND FALCONS FIRST LOSS 
BULLDOGS WIN THIRD STRAIGHT 
ROCKETS ROAR RY FALCONS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL IGIRLSI 
JOROAN RALLIES PAST VANCE 
JORDAN GIRLS TOP PERSON 

LOOK FOR JORDAN'S FALCONS TO SOAR TO THE TOP AMONG AREA TEAMS 
FALCONS HOLD OFF SPARTANS 

JOPDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, CROSS COUNTRY (GIRLSI 

DURHAM ACADEMY, JORDAN DOMINATE CROSS COUNTRY 

JOROAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

JORDAN FOOTBALL COACH HAL KEITH RESIGNS 

KEITH RESIGNS 

JORDAN KEEPS LOOKING 

JORDAN NA-ES JUNKIN TO F in_ FOOTBALL POST 

FALCONS FINALLY DECIDE 

HEAD FALCON 

NO PUTS ABOUT IT, FALCONS WANT TO SOAR 

GETTING STARTED... 

CONDITIONING HIGH SCHOOLS' KEY CONCERN 

AS PANTHERS PROWL, ROCKETS AKO KNIGHTS PEAOY TO ATTACK 

FALCONS READY FOR RIVAL? 

SOUTHERN HOPES TO COME ?ACK AGAINST NEW-LOOK JORDAN 

SOUTHERN VS. JOROAN TONIGHT 

PARKER, WILEY SPARK SPARTANS 

SPARTANS RUN AWAY FPC" FALCON" 

WARRIORS 'DEFLECT' FALCONS 

SMITH'S TO LIFTS DURHAM PAST JORDAN 

JORDAN POSTS FIRST WIN UNDER JUNKIN 

NEEDING A VICTORY, ^A\.COH% CA'-E THROUGH IN A BIG WAY 

FALCONS SAV3R FIRST >iIN 

PERSON'S 2N0 HALF DRuPS JORDAN: ANDREWS SAILS BY SOUTHERN, 42-0 

ORANGF SHACKLES FALCONS AS BOYD BREAKS LOOSE 

HILLSIDE-JORDAN CONTEST MATCHES TEAMS GAINING HOHENIUM 

HORNETS STING JORDAN IN OT 

NUNN'S KICK STUNS FALCONS 

KNIGHTS STRIKE IN SECOND HALF TO CLIP FALCONS 

KNIGHTS RALLY BY FALCONS; SOUTHERN STUNS EAST WAKE 

MEYFR, FALCONS TREAT TIGERS T'' 31-21 LOSS 

PARKER, SOUTHERN EXPLODE PAST TROJANS 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SOCCER 

JORDAN SOCCER TIES WITH SANDERSON 
KICKS 

TIGERS Challenge falcons in pic-6 soccer showdown 

KNIGHTS STOP JOROAN, 2-0 

knights BLANK FALCONS 

JORDAN ADVANCES "ITH SwEEP OF CHAPEL HILL 

JORDAN IS SANDERSON'S 91ST VICTIM 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SWI-MIN". (BOYS) 
JOROAN SWIMMERS MAKE BIG SPLASH 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, SWI-MING IGIRLSI 
JOROAN SWIMMERS MAKE BIG SPLASH 

JCBOAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, T^NNI"; IGIRLSI 



DATE 

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167 


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SUBJECTS 



l/O-^/^? 



TILENTED FOURSO"E HAS FALCONS OFF TO 10-0 TENNIS START 

JORDAN WINS PAC-6 GIRLS TENNISi X-COUNTRY 

JORDAN NETTERS M IN PAC-6 

fO.V HELPS JORDAN TO TENNIS LEAD 

JORDAN'S GIRLS ENJOY FANTASTIC FALL 

FRY LFADS JORDAN TO TITLE 

JORDAN GETS TOP SEEDS 

FRY GIVES FALCONS FINAL HOPE IN li-A TENNIS 

FRY PLAYS FOR TENNIS TITLE TODAY 

JORDAN'S WONDER WOMEN 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. TRACK (POYSI 
HILLSIDE. JORDAN TAKE TRACK TITLES 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. TRACK IGIRLSI 
HILLSIDE. JORDAN TAKE TRACK TITLES 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, VOLLEYBALL IGIRLS) 
FALCONS FLY HIGH. DESPITE LOSS 

JORDAN OPENS RID FOR FOURTH STRAIGHT STATE VOLLEYBALL TITLE 
CORRECTION 
JORDAN SPIKE 

SOUTHERN BJUNCED FROM PLAYOFFS 
JORDAN WINS IN VOLLEYBALL 
FALCONS SPIKE TIGERS FOR 35TH WIN 
JORDAN'S GIRLS ENJOY FANTASTIC FALL 

JORDAN SPIKES SOUTH VIEW IN <>- A VOLLEYBALL SEMIFINALS 
FALCONS 00 IT AGAIN 

JORDAN FACES TUSCOLA AGAIN IN VOLLEYBALL 
JORDAN GIRLS GO FOR THE GOLD VS. TUSCOLA 
JORDAN ADDS '86 TITLE TO VOLLEYBALL DYNASTY 
JORDAN CAPTURES FOURTH STATE TITLE 
JORDAN VOLLEYBALL TEAM SPARKS SPIRIT AND PRIDE 
ANOTHER GRAND TRIP 
JORDAN'S WONDER WOMEN 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. WRESTLING 
MAT SHOWDOWN IS SET 

FALCONS PIN FIRST LOSS ON KNIGHTS 
TWO MORE N.C. PREP STARS PICK GAMECOCKS 
A SECTIONAL BATTLE 

JORDAN LAKE 

SEE B. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

JORDAN LAKE SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO P. EVERETT JOkDAN LAKE 

SHOOTING RANGE PLANS AT JORDAN LAKE MUST AWAIT STUDY OF EAGLE ROOST AREA H I 
NRA: money CAN BE RAISED FOR SHOOTING RANGE H ? 

JORDAN-MATTHEWS HIGH SCHOOL 

HIS CITY'S MAIN man: ROBERT SILER'S TOUTED AS STATE'S BEST... 

JORDAN-MATTHEWS HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. BASKETBALL (SILER CITY. N.C.I 
CHARGERS BOMBED BY JETS IN CENTRAL TAR HtEL J-A DUEL 
JORDAN MATTHEWS CLAIMS CENTRAL TAR HEEL TOURNEY 

JORDAN'S LF CHAROLAIS 

JORDAN'S STEAK HOUSE ROBBED 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE PROBE 8REA<-INS AT BUSINESSES 

JOSEPH A. C. WADSWORTH PROFESSORSHIP IN OPHTHALMOLOGY 

SEE DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. FNOOWED PROFESSORSHIPS 
SEE DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, T PHTHALMOLOGY OEPT. 

JOSEPH M. 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 

ANN 

COLU 

PHIL 

PHIL 

•HOP 

DUKE 

COLU 

DUKE 

SPEAi 

DUKE 

DUKE 

BRA I 

RESE 



AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
SO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
SO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER 
LANDERS TO SPEAK IN CEREMTNY AT DUKE 
MNIST TO SPEAK AT CEREMONIES 
ANTHROPIST BRYAN TQ BE HONORED TODAY 
ANTHROPIST'S BIRTHDAY CELFBRATED 
E': HIGH PRAISE LAUNCHES ^RYAN CENTER 

GETS »1 MILLION ENDOWMENT 
HNIST'S SECRET: SHE HAS BRIGHT FRIENDS 

GROUNDBREAKING HONORS BRYAN 
KING AT DUKE 

RESEARCH CENTER A BUILOIMG FOR HOPE 

RESEARCHERS BATTLE AL2HEIMERS 
N-TISSUE SHORTAGE SLOWING ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH AT DUKE 
ARCHERS NEED MORE BRAIN TISSUE 



JOSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN UNIV. CENTER 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV., BUILDING C RENOVATION PROJECTS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. UNION CRAFT CENTER 

flROADHAY IN DURHAM 

EXHIBIT RUNS THROUGH APRIL <• 

NEIL SIMON SAYS DUKE AUDIENCES WILL HELP SHAPE HIS NEW COMEDY 

SIMON SAYS HE LIKES PREVIEWING HIS PLAY HERE 

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

AMA JOURNAL HITS TOBACCO IN ENTIRE ISSUE 

JOURNALISM 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERSI 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
DUKE COURSE ON UNDERSTANDING MEDIA BEGINS THURSDAY 
PUBLISHER: JOURNALISM SCHOOLS ")EHIND TIMES' 
THE PULITZER PLATFORM 

BUDDING JOURNALISTS DESERVE PAT ON BACK 
MRS. KNOX STILL A PART OF 'THE LEADER- 
KENAN CONVOCATION TO EXAMINE MEDIA AND CITIZENSHIP 
LECTURERS: TV NEWS DECLINING; BROADCAST INDUSTRY IN CHAOS 
JOURNALISTS EXAMINE REPORTING OF NEWS WITH CRITICAL EYE AT. . .CONVENT ION 

JOURNALIST IN SPACE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO REPORTERS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SPACE SHUTTLE 
SEE ALSO TEACHER IN SPACE PROGRAM 

Z "HERALD" REPORTERS "READY TO GO' IF CHOSEN 

COULD I STILL GO? WOULD CHRISTA7 

COLE: JOURNALIST IN SPACE STILL GO 

N.C. SPACE JOURNALIST AIMS FOR BIGGEST STORY 

'YOU WILL FLY HIGHER AND FASTER THAN YOU FVER DREAMED...' 

SPACE JOURNALISTS TO BE INTERVIEWED ON UNC CAMPUS 

RESTON HOPING TO BE PICKED AS FIRST JOURNALIST TO RIDE ON SPACE FLIGHT 

EIGHT JOURNALISTS FROM SOUTHEAST SPACE FINALISTS 

JOURNALISTIC ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 

PRIVACY AND PROFESSIONALISM 

'EDIFYING" The public 

JOURNALISTS EXAMINE REPORTING OF NEWS WITH CRITICAL EYE AT. . .CONVENT ION 

MAINTAINING READERS" TRUST 







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H 2 6/27/86 A 

S 2 11/24/86 8 

H 2 12/06/86 A 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
- 12/31/56 



SUBJECTS 



YELLOW JOURNALISTS RELY ON HALF-TRUTHS 

JOVEN GROUP III , , ,,_ 

COUNTY PLANNING PANEL OK S REZ3NING "EOUEST 
FIRM WANTS LAND ZONED INDUSTRIAL 

HILL COUNTY PAY 125.000 TO ACCEPT INVITATION? 
COUNTY TO CONSIDER ZONING REOUESTS 

JOY FOOD STORE 

GUN-AN ROBS CLERK 

HAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY OF STORE 

JOYCE kilmer-suckrock wilderness area 

KILMER FOREST REOEDICATFO 

JUPAISW 

SFE ALSO HANUKKAH 
SEE ALSO JEWS 

A TOAST •L'CHAI"' 

JUCEA REFORM CONGREGATION 

SEE ALSO PETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 
SEE ALSO B'NAI B'RITH 
SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 
SEE ALSO JEWS 

STICKER PROGRAM TO AID MOTORISTS 

JUDGE PUELL'S LEGACY 1 BOOK I 
THE LITERARY LANTERN 

JUOGE GALLERY 

A MEETING OF "ETAPHYSICAL MI M5 S 
OE CHIRICO GETS RECONS IHER at ion 
ART EXHIBITS ARE HORROR SHOWS 
ANOTHER OPENING. ANOTHER SHOH. .. 
•TYPICAL ROCKWELLS* FOR N.C. CHRISTMAS 

JUPGES. DURHAM COUNTY 

SFE ALSO COURTS. DURHAM COUNTY 
OBSERVING COURT 

REAR SAYS SENTENCING SOBERING EXPERIENCE 
JUDGE TELLS OFFENDERS TO OBEY SOCIETY'S RULFS 
SNYDER GETS GRACE PERtOC. ANOTHER CONVICTED MAN DOES NOT 
SHENANIGANS FROM OLD COURT RECORDS ,„,,, 
JUDGES CRACK DOWN ON DELINQUENT COURT COSTS 
JUDGES ASK COUNTY TO VACATE BJILOING 

COURTS' CRACKDOWN ON FINES. C3STS FILLING COFFERS. JAIL 
JUDGE":' CRAC<DOWN ON FINES GOOD MOVE 

dSilF-'HS'E^Mi°^S §'RElS^ls'T\??S''pEr?CE CHIEF L.SSITER7... JUDGES SAY NO 

53y?.E'^?^ii 3S5^iyL^r!Hi;j8E'^o°s!;5i say in their punishment 

MS. JOHNSON TO OUIT COUNCIL 

JUOGE OVERSTEPS BOUNDS 

MS. JOHNSON LEAVING COUNCIL NOV. 30 , , ,„ .., .. 

CAROLYN JOHNSON SUB"ITS RESIGNATION TO CITY COUNCIL 

WHICMARO TAKES "^ATH xEONESOAY _ .„ 

JUDGE'S REMARKS IN CHILC CUSnOY CASE ANGER BOARD 

COUNTY OFFICIALS TAKE OATHS 

COUNTY HOLOS SWEARING IN CEREMONIES 

JUDGES. DURHAM COUNTY. ELECTIONS 

OURHAk'. ORANGE GEAR UP FOR RACES 

JUOr.E' REiO. LABARR5, TITUS FILE FOR RE-ELECTION TO BENCH 

COUNCILWCAN TO SEEK NEW DURHAM JUDGESHIP 



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CITY COl'NCIL "EMBER FILES FOR JUDGESHIP 

ALLEN. LEARY SEEK SHERIFF'S OFFICE; CHANEY 

JUDGE CHANEY FILES TO KEEP COJRT SEAT 

3R0 CANCIOATE FILES FOR JUDGESHIP 

MASON FILES FOR DURHA" JUDGESHIP 

ANDREWS FILES FOR JUOGE 

HUDSON ciLES FOR RE-ELECTION 

ANDREWS TO CHALLENGE LAOAORE FOR JUDGESHIP 

CANDIDATES FILE FOR JUOGE. CLERK, DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

CANDIDATES FILE FOR 3 POSITIONS 

FILING "^ND SETS STAGE FOR MAY. NOVEMBER 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY. ONE JUDGE HAVE OPPONENTS IN ELECTION 

RE-ELECT JUDGE LABARRE ( AD I _ ,^ , 

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES V^TE OK' D: NO DATE SET 

RE-FLECT JUOGE LABAPRE (AD) , „. 

CAROLYN 0. JOHNSON: VOTE FOR CO"PETENCy AND INTEGRITY... lAOl 

THOMAS J. ANDREWS FOR JUDGE lADl 

RE-ELECT JUOGE LABARRE lADl 

THOMAS J. ANDREWS FOR JUDGE lADI 

TAKE POLITICS OUT OF COURTS 

THOMAS J. ANDREWS FOR JUOGE lAOl 

HENRY E. MOSS FOR DISTRICT COURT JUDGE lAOl 

THOMAS J. ANDREWS FTR JUOGE lADl 

JUDGE LABARRE SUPPORTED , , „, 

OCTAVIA B. KNIGHT SAYS: RE-ELECT JUDGE LABARRE lADI 

JAMES 8. CRAVFN III: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUOGE (ADl 

JUOGE LABARRE RECEIVES PRAISE FOR HIS CONCERN OF CHILDREN 

BUSINESSMAN JIM DUNN SAYS: I SUPPriRT ANDREWS FOP JUDGE lADI 

PHYSICIANS PRAISE LABARRE 

WHOOPS! WE GOOFED: ANDREWS F0» JUOGE lADl 

ATTORNEY FACES INCU-BENT IN RACE FOR DISTRICT JUOGE 

CANDIDATES DISCUSS SPEEDY TRIAL LA» , , , „ , „, , ..„, 

COL. DICK MATTHEWS SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FUR JUDGE ^01 

PASTOR »ILL HARRINGTON SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUDGE lADI 

ANDREWS SUPPORTED FOR JUOGE , , .„ 

3 DURHAM LAWYERS COMPETE FOR NEW DISTRICT JUDGESHIP 

CONTE\OERS CITE CASELOAD CONGESTION 

RE-ELECT JODGE LAPARRE lAOl , , „, 

DFAN PAUL CARRINGTON SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUDGE I AD 1 

VOTE FOR COMPETENCY AND INTEG'ITY: CAROLYN D. JOHNSON lAO) 

YFSi COMPETENCE IS THE ONLY REAL I SSUE . . . HE NR Y F. MOSS I AD I 

ELECT ALLEN MASON DISTRICT COURT JUDGE lAOl 

JANE DAVIS ROURK SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUDGE lADI 

ELECT ALLEN MASON IAD) 

5 CANDIDATES RUN IN 2 DISTRICT JUDGESHIP RACES 

ELECT ALLEN mamn: DURHAM NEEDS an EXPERIENCED ''RIAL LAWYER.. 

EDUCATOR FURNFY BROWN SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUDGE lAOl 

BLA'K COMMITTEE REPORTEDLY BACKING CHALLENGERS TODAY 

LEGAL INTERESTS EVIDENT IN CAMPAIGN REPORTS 

VOTING PRECINCT TALLIES 

LABARPE TURNS BACK CHALLENGER ANDREWS 

MS. JOHNSON WINS PRIMARY FOR JUOGE 

CARR RETAINS POST OF CLERK OF COURT 

CHECKING TALLIES , „, , 

LABARPE. ""ARR WIN; MS. JOHNSCW TOPS 2 

JUOGE LABARRE: ThE JUDICIAL LEADE»SHIP DURHAM NEEDS. I AD I 

VOTE FOR CDMP'JTENCY AND INTEGRITY: CAROLYN D. JOHNSON (ADl 

pSt CnSSTROOM EiPERIENCE WHER^ IT COUNTS! ROBERT E. WHITFIELD (»0I 

JUDICIAL CANDIDATES CITE pRICP LEGAL EXPERIENCE 

WHITFIELD SUPPORTED FOR JEOGE 

GROUP ENDORSES MS. JOHNSON 



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HILLEBt SrEPHENSi THOMPSON ARE TOP DURHAM CAMPAIGN FUND-RAISERS 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CAROLYN 0. JJHNSON-OISTRICT COURT JUDGE ( AU I 

JUDICIAL CANDIDATES 

VOTERS TO CHOOSE NEW DISTRICT JUDGE 

RETURNS 

ELECTION 'Bb: DISTRICT JUDGE. SHERIFF 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNTY ELECTIONS: MRS. JOHNSON TURNS BACK WHITFIELD BID 

MS. JOHNSON WINS JUDGESHIP; LEARY: FIRING DIDN'T AFFECT ELECTION OUTCOME 

JUDGES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC C R I "E 5 1 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTE'< 

SEE ALSO Gag orders 

SEE ALSO JUDGES. N.C. MERIT SELECTION 

SEE ALSO LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS. N.C. 

SFE ALSO N.C. JUDICIAL OEPT. 

SEE ALSO N.C. JUSTICE ACADEMY 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

BUTTS APPOINTED DISTRICT COURT JUDGE 

BUTTS APPniNTED JUDGE 

WRINKLE IN SOCIAL SECURITY LAW MAKES JUDGE. 69, PAY TO WORK 

JUDGE SETS POLICY ON MAGISTRATES 

CHIEF JUSTICE ORDERS SLOWDOWN IN HIRING 

THREE JUDGES DECLINE TO TRY CASE 

JUDGE SAID BEHIND IN CHILD SUPPORT 

GUIDELINES RECOMMENDED FOR CHILD SUPPIRT PAYMENTS 

ERROR--NOT SYMPATHY — IS COURT'S SEARCH 

JUROR CITED FOR CONTEMPT GETS APOLOGY 

STANDING UP FOR TRUTH 

JUDGE BRANNON OWES GARY JUROR AN APOLOGY 

CONSCIENTIOUS JURORS DESERVE JUDGES' RESPECT 

HAN APPEALING '.'.-YEAR TERM F0» RAD CHECKS 

N.C. BAR PRESSES MERIT SELECTION 

THIS PUNISHMENT FITS THE C R I MC 

N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE TO RETIRE 

N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE RRANCH TO RETIRE IN SEPTEMBER 

EXUM SAYS HE WANTS CHIEF JUSTICE'S JOB 

BRANCH SHOWS CLASS IN DECIDING TO RETIRE 

HOUSE ENDORSES MEASURE TO KILL CONSECUTIVE TERM AMENDMENT 

MRS. BILLINGS NAMED NEW N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE 

GOP JUDICIAL SLATE UNVEILED; MARTIN PICKS WOMAN FOR CHIEF JUSTICE... 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST MARTIN ON COURT ISSUE 

NEW JUDGE SAYS JOB MUST WAIT A BIT 

WHICHARD unruffled by MARTIN'S CHOICE OF REPUBLICAN JUDGES 

PAROLEE BLASTS JUDGE WHO SENTENCED HIM TO <.4 YEARS 

LESSER OF THE SINS 

HELMS NAMED TO JUDGESHIP 

REPUBLICAN POLITICAL COMMITTEE CRITICIZES DEMOCRATS ON JUDGES 

MRS. MORRIS, RETIRED JUDGE. DIES AT 6<. 

APPARENT SUICIDE OF JUDGE SHOCK TO BRYSON CITY 

STATE CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS ELECTIONS DELAYING SOME CASES BEFORE COURT 

WHICHARD'S PRESENCE ENHANCES HIGH COURT 

WHICHARD TO TAKE OATH lOMORROJ 

EXUM, WHICHARD, WEBS TAKE OFFICES 

GOV. MARTIN TO APPOINT SMITH TO SUPERIOR COURT 

JUDGE IN CHRISTMAS COURT TRIES TO DISPENSE MERCY WITH JUSTICE 

JUDGES. N.C, ASSAULTS 

WAKE JUDGE WON'T BE TRIED FOR SHOVING 

WAKE n.A. WON'T PROSECUTE JUDGE ON SHOVING CLAIM 

JUDGES. N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C 

JUDICIAL ELECTION SUIT UNRESOLVED AS FILING OPENS 

JUDGE SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

N.C. FREEZES JUDGE SEATS 

SECOND FEMALE JUSTICE SEEKS ELECTION 

JUDGE HUDSON FILES TO KEEP BENCH SEAT 

JUDGE FILES FOR SUPREME COURT SEAT 

THREE DEMOCRATS. ONE REPUBLICAN FILE FOR ALAMANCE DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

JUSTICES. JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 

LATE FILINGS COMPLICATE COUNTY BOARD RACE 

STATE PLANS TO SUBMIT ELECTION INFORMATION TO JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

APPELLATE CANDIDATE INJECTS A RARE ISSUE 

JUDICIAL ELECTION SYSTEM REJECTED IN SIX DISTRICTS 

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES VOTE OK'D: NO DATE SET 

REVISION OF JUDICIAL ELECTIONS URGED 

SPECIAL PRIMARY PROPOSED JULY ^<J FOR SOME JUDGES 

GREENSBORO JUDGF CHALLENGES INCUMBENT FOR APPEALS COURT POST 

JUDGE LA8ARRE COMMENDED 

APPOINT N.C. JUDGES OR ALLOW THEM TO TALK 

INCUMBENT WINS APPEALS COURT RACE 

UNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES HIGH SPENDERS IN PRIMARY 

JULY Z9 PRIMARY APPROVED FUR 22 JUDGESHIPS IN N.C. 

JUDICIAL ELECTIONS DRAW CANDIDATES 

THQPN6URG FILES SUIT TO BLOCK RULING ON JUDGES' ELECTIONS 

JUDGE F, GORDON BATTLE FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

JUDGE CANDIDATES IN AREA UNOPPOSED 

COURT ASKED TO HALT ELECTION QF JUDGES 

SENATE VOTES TO CHANGE ELECTION OF JUDGES 

JUDGE ELECTION "ETHOO CHALLEN'jED 

JUDGE RULING SKIPS DURHAM. ORANGE 

SUPREME COURT RULING may SPEED END OF NUMBERED JUDICIAL SEATS 

ADMINISTRATION "AY BE BLOCKED FROM TRYING PRIVATE PRISONS 

SENATE'S RESOLUTION GROUNDS FLIGHT CLAIM 

BILL SETS TIME LIMIT FOR MARTIN TO SELECT JUDGES 

RACE FOR N.C JUDGESHIPS CALLED LIVELIEST IN HISTORY 

GOP TEAM PROMISES VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN FOR SUPREME COURT 

MERIT SELECTION OF JUDGES MAY GET NEW IMPETUS 

WHICHARD UNRUFFLED BY MARTUi'S CHOICE OF REPUBLICAN JUDGES 

U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE REFUSES TO BLOCK JUDICIAL ELECTIONS 

N.C HIGH COURT APPOINTEES KE'^PING SEATS IS GOP GOAL 

MERIT SELECTION OF JUDGES MAY HARBOR HIDDEN FLAWS 

...LET JUDGES CAMPAIGN LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE! ICARTOONJ 

•GAG RULE' IS CITED AS REASON BEHIND GOP JUDGES GROUP 

DEMOCRATS ASK CHIEF JUSTICE TO QUASH GOP COMMITTEE 

MUCH ATTENTION DRAWN TO N.C. JUDICIAL RACES 

DEMOCRATS AND GOP CLASH ON TAX STANDS OF SENATE CANniOATE": 

JUDICIAL CAMPAIGNING RENEWS INTEREST IN MERIT SELECTION 

ROSE RIDICULES GOP ALLEGATIONS 

DEATH PENALTY AN ISSUE IN CHIEF JUSTICE CAMPAIGN 

2 JUDICIAL CANDIDATES RAP PRO-BILLINGS PANEL 

MARTIN DEFENDS GOP CRITICISM IN JUDICIAL RACE 

BILLINGS SAYS SHE REGRETS GOP ATTACKS ON OPPONENT 

JUDICIAL RACES DELAY SEEN IF INJUNCTION GRANTED 

KEEP THE CHIEF JUSTICE 

COURT RACE NEEDS ATTENTION 

EXUM GETS ENDORSEMENT OF NCAE 

HIGH-POWERED POLITICS A NEW TJIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

VAN HECKE URGES DEMOCRATIC UNITY 

HIGH-POWERED POLITICS NEW TWIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

BRYANT TO FILL JUDGE'S SLOT 

TRIAL LAWYERS GROUP ENDORSES E XUM 



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BLACKS. INDIAN File SUIT TO MSLT JJ1ICIAL ELECTICNS 

H4RTIN HOPES TO RATTLE DE'^0 PI-ER STRUCTURE 

MRS. PILLINOS CRITICIZES PLANS ?y GOP GRUUP 

BLACK LAWYERS WANT JUDICIAL ELECTIONS HECn 

EXU" DISSENT IN ROOK CASE CRITICIZED 

ROBERT f. WHITFIELD. DISTRICT COURT JUDGE (ADI 

JUDGE REFUSES TO HALT JUDICIAL VOTE 

CAMPAIGN RULES MAKE PICKING JJOGES A GAMBLE 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ENDORSE EXJM 

DURHAM, ORANGE DAS AMONG 26 B» C< I NG EXUM 

DURHAM CONNECTION IN TUESDAY'S ELECTION 

VOTE -ARVIN GRAY, INCUMBENT SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE (ADI 

VOTE EXPERIFNCE: TH' TICKET F?R DEMOCRATIC JUDICIAL CANDIDATES (AD) 

JUDGE SARAH PARKER, INCUMBENT. NC COURT OF APPEALS lAOl 

RF-=LECT JUSTICE HARRY C. MARTIN (ADI 

WHICHARD MAKES HISTORY 

DEMOCRATS DOMINATE RACES FOR SUPREME COURT POSTS 

MARTIN'S PLEAS GO UNhEEOEO AS DEMOCRATS ELECTED JUDGES 

MERIT SFLECTION QF JUDGES UPG-D TO ENSURE A aUALIFlEO JUDICIARY 
DEMOCRATS' 'MERIT' JUDICIAL PLAN A SHAM 

JUDGES. N.C.. MERIT SELECTION _,, , , „,,.., 
MERIT SELECTION Of JUDGES MAY GET NEW IMPETUS 
MERIT SELECTION OF JUDGES MAY HARBOR HIDDEN FLAWS 
JUDICIAL CAMPAIGNING RE"EWS ItTEREST IN MERIT SELECTION 

JUDGES. N.C.. SALARIES 

SEMI-RETIRED JUDGES SALK AT LAW ON Taxes 

JUDGES. U.S. 

see ALSO COURTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO GAG ORDERS 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF JUSTICE 

SEE ALSO WO''EN. JUDGES 
SQU'JO JUDGMENT 

GROUP SENDS PAPER OUTLINING OBJECTIONS TO CURR IN NO"INATIO.N 
PAPER SAYS REAGAN TO NOMINATE CURRIN FOR JUDGESHIP 

JUDGES. U.S.. ELECTIONS 

RULES SHOULDN'T GIVE EDGE TO INCUMBENTS 

JUDGES. U.^.. IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS 

ERRANT JUDGE DESERVES STIFFEST PENALTY POSSIBLE 
...IMPEACHMENT REALITIES 

JUPGES. U.S.. UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
JUDGE SHOULD LOSE PAY 
IMPEACH NEVADA JUDGE 

JUDGES. WOMEN 

SEE WOMEN, JUDGES 

JUDICIAL BUILDING 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY JUDICIAL BUILDING 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT 1* 

SEE 14TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

JUDICIAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

APPOINT N.C. JUDGES OR ALLOW THEM TO TALK 

JUDITH OLNEY ON BREAD (BOOK! 

bread: JUDITH OLNEY TURNS TO HER FIRST LOVE FOR HER FIFTH BOOK 

JUGGLING 

JUGGLER LEADS BALANCED LIFE 

JUILLIARD STRING OUARTET 

TOP STRING OUARTETS TO PERFORM 

ART MUSEUM, ARTSCHOOL WILL HAVE NEW GALLERIES 



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JULY WAS ONE OF HOTTEST, DRIEST MONTHS ON RECORD 

JULY 4 

SEE ALSO FESTIVAL FOR THE ENO 
SEE ALSO FOLK LIFE FESTIVAL 
KEEP YOUR REVELRY 3UIET 
CROSS TO 8E IN 5TH KENAN SHOW 

INSURANCE WOES WO"J'T FIZZLE CITY FIREWORKS 
TAR HEEL TOWNS PREPARE FQR JULY 4 CELEBRATIONS 
THE POKE OF LIBERTY , , . ,. 

THE FIRST fourth: OLD SALEM R;-5NACTS 'SOLEMN THANKSGIVING'... 
CAR FPOM NJRTH CAROLINA IN 'G'iEAT AMERICAN RACE' 
23 COULD DIE ON ROADS DURING JULY 4TH HOLIDAY 
JULY 4 BONUS: GASOLINE PRICES 
HOLIDAY ALTERS TRASH COLLECTION IN DURHAM 
COMMUNITY HAS BEEN CLEANSED 
ORANGE ObSERVES JULY 4 

CLOSINGS. FESTIVAL MARK JULY 4 HOLIDAY 
FOURTH CF JULY FUN PLANNED IN TRIANGLE 
SIGNERS OF DECLARATION MADE OJR LIVES EASIER 
...GROW OLD WITH ME, ..MISS LIBERTY ICAPIOONl 
MOST WORKERS FREE TODAY 

BFACH BARRICADED TO VISITORS AT FORMER M40INA 

UNC SENIOR CHOSEN FOR LIBERTY BAND _„._ , 

HFAVENLY pyrotechnics: TRIANGLE SKIES LIGHT UP TO CAP 4TH' S TRADITIONS 
FOOT-SICMPIN' FUN UNOER WAY AT ENO 
PAUSE TO SAY THANKS TO FQUNDnG FATHERS 
CALDWELL HOLDS 1ST JULY 4 FET" 

MELON ASSAULT WAS NOT HOLIDAY TREAT IN PuTNER 
RESELLICN II: TIME TO DUMP BRITISH CULTURE 

FESTIVAL FOR THE END'S SPELL WOVEN BY CAUSES, CONTESTS, CRAFTS. CROWD 
PATRIOTIC CART 
RFADY FOR THE PARADE 
DURHA" SALUTE 

YOUNG FLAGWAVER , , .,., „ ,„,„,., 

LIBERTY DOESN'T CELEBRATE. PUT MAYOR SAYS IT'S PATRIOTIC 
FOUR JULY 4TH BIRTHDAYS SHATTERS ASTRONOMICAL ODDS FOR N.C. FAMILY 
NEIGHBORHOOD PARADERS 
23 DIE CN ROADS OVER FOURTH 
CONCERT RAISES »14.000 

JULY 7 (POOKI 

BOOKS RECOMMENDED FOR SUM"ER »E«DING 

JUMP ROPES 

ALL WRAPPED UP 

BOUNCING BULLDOGS ARE BIG HIT 

JUMPING 

THE IDIOCY OF HIGH-JUMPING 



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N.C. MARINE TRAINING AT U.S. JUNGLE OPERATIONS CENTER IN PANAMA 

JUNIOR LEAGU? OF DURHAM AND ORANGE COUNTIES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM JUNIOR LEAGUE. BARGAIN SALE 
DURHAM FUNU TO AID PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
PRIVATE AID FOR SCHOOLS SOUGHT 

PRIVATE HELP FOR SCHOOLS MAY PAY BIG DIVIDENDS 
JUrUOP LEAGUE COOKBOOK HAS CONTEMPORARY RECIPES 
LOCAL WOMEN WILL ATTEND JUNIOR LEAGUE CONFERENCE 
THE JUNIOR LEAGUE HAS COOKED JP SOMETHING EVEN MORE SPECIAL 
JUNIOR LEAGUE ACCEPTS FUNDING REOUESTS 
JUNIOR LEAGUE HONORS SUSTAINE' 
JUNIOR LEAGUE COMES OF AGE 
JUNIOR LEAGUE BARGAIN SALF 

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DURHAM AND ORANGE COUNTIES, BARGAIN SALE 
BARGAIN SALE BENEFITS COMMUNITY 
BARGAIN SALE ITEMS 

JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW AND SALE 

SFE DURHAM KIWANIS CLUB JUNI OR^ L I VE S TOCK SHOW AND SALE 

JUNIOR MISS 

SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

JUNIOR OLY>'PICS 

SEE AMATcUR ATHLETIC UNION 

SEE NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS SHORT COURSE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE N.C. ASA JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE REGION THREE JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB, DURHAM 

SFE DURHAM JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB 

JUNK Foon 

SFE ALSO FOOD 

SEE ALSO VENDING MACHINES 

N.C. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION OPPOSING PLAN TO UP SALES TAX 
KEEPING SLIM IN A WORLD THAT SURVIVES ON JUNK FOOD 

JUNK YARDS 

WRECKED AUTOS REPLACE CROPS ON ALAMANCE FARM 
TREES TO SCREEN SOME JUNKYARDS ALONG U.S. 70 
GRANVILLE COUNTY ADOPTS ITS FIRST LITTER ORDINANCE 

JURY DUTY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GRAND JU' Y 

•GUILTY. ..WITH REGRF T • — VERO IC T OF REPORTER ON JURY DUTY 

WRITER KIM BEST COMMENDED 

N.C. JURY PAY CRITICIZED 

FIRST FEMALE JUROR, SHE CAN'T MAKE IT THIS TIMP 

JUROR THREATENED WITH JAIL TE'H FOR READING ARTICLE ON DWT LAW 

JUROR CITED FOR CONTEMPT GETS APOLOGY 

JUDGE BRANNON OWES GARY JUROR AN APOLOGY 

CONSCIENTIOUS JURORS DESERVE JUDGES' RESPECT 

JUDGE FINDS JUROR'S EXCUSE CONTEMPTUOUS 

JURORS, NOT CRIMINALS, SUBJECT OF HUNT 

JURY SELECTION 

EXCLUDING DEATH FOES 

THE LAST THING LAWYERS WANT IS AN IMPARTIAL JURY 

EARLIER RULING AFFIRMED ON EXCLUDING JURORS 

JURY SELECTION SET TO BEGIN IN MANCUSO TRIAL 

MANCUSQ JURY PICKS SLOW 

3 JURORS SEATED IN MANCUSO TRIAL 

FIVE MORE JURORS ARE SEATED FOR MANCUSO TRIAL 

JURY SELECTION PROCEEDS SLOWLY IN MANCUSO TRIAL 

12 JURORS SELECTED FOR MANCUS3 TRIAL 

JURY CONSULTANTS TRY TO DECIPHER PROSPECTS 

JURY TAMPEPING 

SEE ALSO BRIBERY 

SEE ALSO COURTS, U.S. 

WHITE SUPREMACIST SEEKING NEW TRIAL 

JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS (FILM) 

DIRECTOR'S SITCOM STORY MAKES A FLQP OF 'FRIENDS' 



JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO STATUS OFFENDERS 

JUVENILE CASES UP 25 PERCENT IN UURHAM COURTS 

JUDGE GIVES JUVENILES CHANCE TO HAVE SAY IN THEIR PUNISHMENT 

JUVENILE CRIME 

SEE ALSO COURTS, DURHAM COUNTY, JUVENILE DIVISION 

SEE ALSO CRIMES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL RECORDS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINaUENCY 

STUDENT SLAIN AT NO»TMEBN HIGH: CHEERLEADER, 17, KILLED IN. ..PARKING LOT 

TFtNS HELD FOR ATTACK WITH KNIFE 

FIVE ACCUSED OF ATTFHPTEO ARSON 

DURHAM OFFICERS CHARGE 3 TEEN-AGERS WITH DAMAGING CARS, HOMES, BUSINESS 

YOUTH CHARGED WITH SHOOTING MOM 

12-YEAR-OLO RUNS THROUGH GLASS DURING CHASE 

TEENS ESCAPE FROM VANCE COUNTY JAIL 

TEEN SENTENCED IN BURNING CASE 

DURHA" TEEN CHARGED WITH 9 BUSINESS BREAK-INS 

JUVENILE CASES UP 2S PERCENT IN DURHAM COURTS 

16-YEAR-OLD TO FACE DEATH SENTENCE FOR SLAYING 

TWO I'.-YEAR-OLDS AR'ESTFD IN SCHOOL BREAK-IN 

3 TEEN-AGERS ARRESTED IN 9RFA<-IN 

'DR. GREEN" TEACHES BFST 

DURHAM JUDGE NIXES JUVENILE RAPIST'S RELEASE 

JUDGE SHOWS PROBLEM WITH JUVENILE SYSTEM 

TWO GIRLS CHARGED WITH MAKING BOMB CALLS 

CHARGES FILED IN BREAK-INS 

DURHAM MAN SAYS 3 TEENS MUGGED HIM 

VANDALS USE AX TO SMASH SIX HOMES 

CHARLOTTE POLICE SAY SPREE OF VANDALISM STARTED FOR RFVENGE 

NEW WEAPONS CHARGE: SNAKE FRIGHT 

JUDGE TRIPLES BOND ON STUDENT CHARGED IN SHOOTINGS 

DIRECTOR SAYS YOUTH HOME MAY HAVE TO BE REPLACED 

RULES LEAVE DELINQUENT YOUTH WITHOUT TREATMENT 

WOMAN ROBBED, THROWN OVER FENCE 

CHILDREN'S DOCKET FULL FOR SESSION 

ASSAULT CHARGE SLITHERS AWAY 

YOUTHS ATTACK PASSERSBY 

ll-YEAR-OLU'S CONVICTION OVERTURNED 

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NE.* LEAPS SOUGHT IN SCHOOL ATTACK 

TEEN-AGER FOUND HIDING IN BUSINESS 

TEEN-AGERS ATTACK. ROB MAN IN OURHA'< 

JUVENILE CRIME RATE DECREASING. DUKE UNIVERSITr RESEARCHERS SAY 

OISCIRLINE SPURNED IN OAH CAS? 

JUVENILE CRIMES DOWN AMONG TEENS OF 'SOS 

BOND REVOKED FOR Ifc-YEAR-OLO ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING CHILDREN 

TWO TEEN-AGERS CHARGED AFTER "REAK-IN THEFT 

YADKIN SHERIFF'S • SENT E'.'CE S • ARE CALLED IMPROPER 

JUVENILES ARE ARRESTED IN BREAK-IN AT BUSINESS 

LEGISLATORS FOCUS ON SOUTHERN YOUTH 

16-YEAR-OLO TO BE TRIED AS AO^JLT ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

E<ECUTEO KILLER'S VIDEOTAPE ADDRESSES TROUBLED YOUTHS 

RACISM IN NEW YORK 

18-VEAR-OLD IS CHARGED WITH M(IROER 

SHELBY YOUTH SENTENCED IN CHECK. CREDIT-CARD SPREE 

JUVENILE OELINOUFNCY 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL RECORDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY YOUTH HOJ SE 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE CRIME 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO STATUS OFFENDERS 

SEE ALSO YOUTH GANGS 

JUDGE TELLS OFFENDERS TO OBEY SOCIETY'S RULES 

JUVENILE CASES UP JS PERCENT IN DURHAM COURTS 

MARTIN CITES FAMILIES' ROLE IN PREVENTING DELINOUENCY 

THE INFLUENCE OF FAMILY 

RULES LEAVE OFLINDUENT YOUTH WITHOUT TREATMENT 

GRANVILLE COUNTY PLANNING BOARD TO ■!£ ESTABLISHED 

HIGH POINT DRIVEN TO CRACKDOWN ON CRUISIN' 

JUDGE GIV=S JUVENILES CHANCE TQ HAVE SAY IN THEIR PUNISHMENT 

STATE'S JUDGES POWERLESS WITH UNDISCIPLINED TEENS 

COMPUTERS ACT AS PROBATION OFFICER 

JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTE" 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL RECORDS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 

SEE ALSC N.C. OFFICE OF JUVENILE JUSTICE (PROPOSEDI 
JUVENILE CASES UP 25 PERCENT IN DURHAM COURTS 

PROBATION PROGRAM IS INTENSIVE: SOME FELONS PREFER PRISON... 
DIRECTOR SAYS YOUTH HOME MAY ^AVE TO PE REPLACED 
FOREST PRISON CAMP GOOD IDEA c 0" N.C. 

GETTING UELINCUENTS PSYCHIATRIC HELP PROVED FRUSTRATING 
STATE'S JUDGES POWERLESS WITH UNDISCIPLINED TEENS 
COURTS CAN AOD TO TRAUMA OF SE XUALLY- ABUSED CHILDREN 

K t J MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT INSTALLERS 

MISHAP KILLS WORKER AT HERALD- SUN BUILDING 

STATE BEGINS INVESTIGATION OF FATAL ACCIDENT AT HERALD CO. 

STATE TO PROBF WORKER'S DEATH 

K-KART (AVONDALS DRIVEI 

ROBBERS GET JACKET, WALLET 
SHOPPING CENTER SOLO 

K-MART STORES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

KGB CHICKEN 

SEE THE CHICKEN IFORMERLY KNOWN AS KGB CHICKEN OF SAN OIEGOI 

K.I.S. EOUIPMENT CO. 

DURHAM Taxi driver ROBBFD AT KNIFEPOINT 

KAISEH-PERMANENTF MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS 

HEALTH INSURERS VYING TO SIGN STATE .WORKERS 

H-C PACT INCLUDES MEDICARE RECIPIENTS 

STATE EXPANDS HEALTH SERVICES IN THREE COUNTIES 

WELFARE FAMILIES CAN BEGIN SIGNING FOR HEALTH PLAN 

KAISER ROTH HOSIERY MILL 

SFE KAYSER-ROTH HOSIERY CORP. OF BURLINGTON 

KALEIDOSCOPE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY DIRECTOR HONORED HERE 

THE KANGAROO POUCH 

SEE ALSC USED CLOTHING 

BABY CLOTHES ON A BUDGET: 



HAND-ME-DOWNS TURN A PROFIT 



KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 
SEE ALSO F0OT3ALL 

FOUR FROM N.C. SIGN WITH CHIEFS 

KANSAS CITY OQYALS 
SEE ALSC BASE»ALL 

ROYALS EANKING ON BANKHEAO 

KANSAS STATE UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

TAR HEELS SETTLF FOR 'UNCOMFORTABLE' Bl-a2 WIN 
HEtLS GET 'TOUGH' WIN OVER K-STATE 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

HOLLAND MILL SPEAK AT FRATERNITY MEETING 
N.C. CENTRAL FpATERNITY TO HAVE ANNIVERSARY 
8EAUTILLI0N HILITAIRE 
NCCU GETS FOUNDER'S DAY SPRUCING 

KAPPA DELTA PI 

SORORITY TU RAISE FUNDS 

KAPPA DELTA TO RAISE MONEY FOR CHILO ABUSE PROGRAM 

KAPPA SIGMA 

DUKE FKAT WI\S AWARD 

DUKE. UNC TEAMMATES FOR HOSPITAL 

UUKE. UNC FRATS HOLDING BENEFIT BEFORE BIG GAME 

GAM6BALL RUN 

KARACHI. PAKISTAN 

SEE ALSO PAKISTAN 

FAMILY LEARNS RELATIVE SURVIVED HIJACKING 
MASSACRE IN PAKISTAN SENDS OUT A MESSAGE 

KARATE 

SEE ALSO "ARTIAL ARTS 

SEE ALSO SELF-DEFFNSE 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE WOMEN'S Martial ART? 

WEAK PEOPLE BECOME POWERFUL AT MARTIAL ARTS DEMONSTRATION 
WOMEN'S KARATE SCHOOL USES NEW TEACHING STYLE 
9-YEAP-OLD KARATE COMPETITOR WINS AWARD 



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SUBJECTS 



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DURHAM HAS nm 'KARATE KID' 
COUPLE MIXES WORK. LEISURE 

KATE a. REVNDLOS HEALTH CARE TRUST 
SEE ALS": HEALTH CARE 

THE WATTS SCnnuL Of NURSING C^TS SSft.POl r.RANT 
ilOlfPOO PLEDGEO TO MCDONALD HUUSE 

KATE VAIDEN I BOOK I 

THE LITERARY LANTER'I 

RFVNOLOS PRICE'S LATEST NOVEL 'FIERCE VALIDATIOM' 

REYNOLDS PRICE ON STRENGTH: 'STAND UP AT SU^RISE...■ 

KATHLE'=N AND JOSEPH H. BRYAN YOUNG ARTISTS COMPETITION 
YOUNG ARTISTS COMPETITION LIV=N5 HULIOAY ARTS LULL 

KAYAKS 

SEE ALSO rOATS 

SEE ALSO WHITEWATER PAOTLINS 

N.C. MAN DROWNS ON WEST VIRGINIA KAYAKING TRIP 

KAYBE MACHINE CO. 

SEWING MACHINE PLANT PLANNED 

KAYSER-ROTH HOSIERY CORP. OF BJRLIMGTON 
SEE ALSO HOSIERY INDUSTRY 

CHATHAM PLANTS WILL MAKE LAMRS 

KEEP AMERICA BFAUTIFHL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM 

KEEP nuRHAH CLEAN 

KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM PLANS LOGO CONTEST FOR GRANVILLE CHILDREN 

JOIN AREA LITTER BATTLE 

'nOWNRlGHT UGLY' BARNS UNOER ATTACK 

KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL. INC. 
SEE ALSO L ITTER 
SEE ALSO N.C. CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL INC. 

VIDEO PRUMQTES KEEP NORTH CARTLINl BEAUTIFUL INC. 
KEEP N.C. CLEAN 

HAH RIVER SCHOOL WINS BE AU T I Ft C A T I ON AWARD 
STATE WILL ?e GETTING SPRING CLEANING IN FALL 
KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL AND N.C. CLEAN PLAN TO MERGE 

KELAND CO. 

THE 6FNCH MARK 

KELLOGG CO. 

TOQUBLESHOaTER COULD HELP TAM^ TIGER CRISIS 
KINSTON WOMAN SAYS RAZOR 3LA0F WAS IN CFREAL 
DURHAM COUNTY HELPING TO TEST MODEL 'i-H PROGRAM 

KELLY SE°VICFS 

LATE FOR WORK? TRY ONE OF THESE EYCUSES. THEN LOOK FOP A NEW JJ8 

KENAN (WILLIAM R., JR.) CHARITABLE TRUST QF NEW YORK 

SEE WILLIAM R. KENAN JR. CHARITABLE TRUST OF NEW YORK 

KENAN FOUNDATION 

FRIDAY ENDS 30-YEAR STINT AT UNC HELM 
FRIOAY LEAVES UNC OFFICE AFTE^ 30 YEARS 

KENAN PROFESSORSHIPS 

130 SCHOLARS EXPECTED AT KENAN CONVOCATION 

KENAN STADIUM 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL KENAN STADIUM 

KENAN TRANSPORT CO. 

KENAN REPORTS PROFITS UP 2 PERCENT OVER "6<. 

KENAN TANKER OVERTURNSi SPILLS JET =UFL IN S.C. 

ROSE'S CELEBRATES MILESTONE BY HOLDING (WHAT ELSE?I A SALE! 

KENAN TRANSPORT EARNINGS UP 1") » 

BEFORE STARTING HOME BUSINESSi CHECK DURHAM RESOURCES 

KENAN TRANSPORT PROFITS RISE 3 !« 

KENAN TRUST 

SFE WILLIAM R. KENAN JR. CHARITABLE TRUST OF NEW YOR< 

KENLY, N.C. 

TOBACCO MUSEUM LOCATED IN KENLY 

KENSINGTON TRACE (CHAPEL HILL CONDOMINIUMS) 
CnNOOMlNIUM BUILDERS SUfU BY lOMEOwNERS 
BROKERAGE LICENSE REVOKED 

KENTUCKY 

SEE ALSO LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 

OPPONENTS SPEAK OUT ON INCINERATOR FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE 
BUREAUCRATIC CHILD ABUSE 

KENTUCKY DERBY 

SEE ALSO HORSE RACING 
LIVING LEGEND 
OLD-TIMERS THRIVING IN PURSUITS OF YOUNG 

KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKFN 

PAGE SEATS: FEWER IS 3ETTER 

RJR NABISCO TO SELL KY. FRIED CHICKEN TO PEPSI 

RESTAURANT'S CASH TAKEN 

KENYA 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

2 UNC FELLOWSHIP WINNERS TO WIRK IN KENYA HOSPITALS 

A LIFE OR DEATH UU6STI0N 

PARTY SITE IS EPITOME OF CHRISTMAS; THREE CURRIFS SPICE UP KENYA SHOW 

KERLEY ROAO 

RE20NING DENIED NEAR ERWIN ROAO 

KERNERSVILLE. N.C. 

AUTHORITIES SEEK HASHISH OWNERS 

KEROSENE HEATERS 

KEROSENE HEATER FIRES RISE IN DURHAM 

KERR HOUSE lYANCEYVILLE, N.C.) 

HISTORIC PRESERVATION GROUP HAS TWO CASWELL HOUSES FOR SALE 

KERR LAKE 

LONELY DAY AT THE BOAT RAMP 

ROANOKE RIVER ASSOCIATION TO GET PROGRESS REPORT ON PIPELINE FIGHT 

VIRGINIA MAN BELIEVED DROWNED IN KERR LAKF 

SEARCH AT KEKR LAKE FOR MAN CONTINUES 

SPEEDBOAT disintegrates: 3 nU"HAM-AREA MEN HURT 



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W/31/36 



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3 H?N SUFFEO INJURIES IK KEaR L»KE BOAT liRECu 

LEGISLATO" REOUESTIVG tl 'MILLION FOK I"P«nvf HF>(TS AT KERR LAKE 

HALIFAX YOUTH 0=0WM5 AFTE" FLTAT DEFLATES 

JUST FLOATING 

KERR LAtE PARK "AT LOSE CANCE tq RECEIVE 51 "ILLION FROM STATE 

BEACH BARRICAOEI to visiters iT FOR-'ER "AQINA 

9-tfar-old girl orowss at lake 

body found floating is kerr lake 

bnoy is identified as franklin ><an 

heat wave keerinc lake office's busy 

mot weather and cheaper gasoline have incoeaseo visitors at lakes 

sees spoil field trip 

IT'S official: KERR LAKE BASS A WORLD RECORD 
CHATHAM, VANCE USE OF HONEY RAPPED 

KERR LAKF FOLK ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 

SPRING ART SHOW SET AT KERR LAKE 

KERR-TAH COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

kERR-Tab council to INSTALL OFFICERS 

KERR-TAO COUNCIL GIVES PERSON COUNTY 17, BOO FOR A RESPITE CARE PROGRAM 

KERRWOOD ESTATES 
HARD WORK 

KEY CO. 

ARE ADS GETTING 0UH1ER7 OR AR=: WE GETTING SMARTER? 
OFMAND UP '•hX FOR D'IR"AM-"ADE LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
KEY CD. HAS SHARP INCREASE 

KEY HOMES, INC. 

COUNTY PLANNING PANEL OK S REZ''NI:4G REOUEST 

NEW HOMES FOUND DEFECTIVE: CJVSULTANT SAYS TRDUPLE WnESPREAO 

DREAM HOUSE TURNS INTO MGHTHARr 

CITY CJUNCIL WILL SEEK PANEL TO CHECK BUILDING INSPECTORS 

COUNCIL ASKS STUDY OF INSPECTIONS UNIT 

SECOND LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST < EY HOMES 

L5WSUIT FILED AGAINST BUILDER 

HOME BUILDER DID FINE 

COMPLAINTS UNANSWERED 

SETTING RECORD STRAIGHT 

ALLEGATIONS UNJUST, SAY KEY HOMES EXECUTIVES 

COUNTY TO CONSIDER ZONING REQUESTS 

BOARD PERSUADED TO WITHDRAW ZONING APPROVAL 

KEY HOMES' REZONING PLEA DEEE'RSD AFTER CRITICISM 

PARKWOOD RESIDENTS CLASH with builder OVER FLOODING 

KEY HOMES ALL RIGHT 

KEY VOLUNTEER 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEER SERVICES BUREAU 
GIVING THE ORECIOUS GIFT OF TIME 
DURHAM GROUPS SAY 'THANKS' TO VOLUNTEERS 
IT WAS 'RED V PAY FOR KEY VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION EVENT 
ENLARGING DURHAM'S HEART 
HE'S A VETERAN VOLUNTEER 
THEY BELIEVE IN 'SERVICE TO MANKIND' 
HERE ARE Two MORE HONORFES 
TMEIR VISITS MAKE A OIFFERENC": 

THEY CJULDN'T 00 WITHOUT SHEL»Y TOOO. CHRIS HAMLcT 
THEY VISIT UMSTEAD, AID DISABLED ATHLETES 
SHE'S STILL LEARNING NEW THIN'.S 
STUOE'lT PUTS OUT FIRES 

KEYWANETTES 

SEE ALSO ROXoORi KIWANIS CLUB 

ROXBORO PROGRAM AIMED AT HELPING LATCHKEY CHILDREN 

KIODI KASTLE 

BURROUGHS WELLCOHE PRODUCES VIDEOS TO PROMOTE N.C. ZOO 

KIDNAPPING, CHAPEL HILL 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN SAYS MAN KIONAPPED, ASSAULTED HER 

WRIGHT APPEARANCE IS SET FOR MONDAY 

WRIGHT PLEADS GUILTY IN UNC STUDENT'S DEATH 

WRIGHT SENTENCED 

FOX DEFENDS HIS DECISION NOT TO SEEK DEATH PENALTY 

MAN SOUGHT FOR ASSAULT 

POLICE HOPE FOR LEADS ON ASSAULT 

HISSED CONNECTIONS: BREAK IN KIDNAPPING 0'=ATH RESULT OF PARENT'S HONESTY 

•IT WAS A VERY HARO THING TO 00.. .WE COULDN'T DO IT ON OUR OWN' 

APPARENT ABDUCTION REPORTED 

2 DURHAM MEN ARRESTED IN ROPBERY ATTEMPT 

UNC POLICE: AIL DONE TO AVUID COED MURDER 

INFORMATION ABOUT ASSAULT WITHHELD 

KIDNAPPING, DURHAM 

NCCU 'KIDNAPPING' TUR 
HAN CHARGED FOR ROLE 
OU>*HAM MAN ACCUSED OF 
2 MORE ARRESTED ON KI 
DURHAM MAN FACES KIDN 
GRAND JURY INDICTS '!E 
DURHAM MAN INDICTED F 
MOHAN IDENTIFIES ASSA 
DEFENSE PRESENTING Ev 
EVIDENCE PRESFNTEC IN 
WITNESSES: DEFENDANT 
JURORS PEGIN DELIPERA 
JURY HUNG IN ABDUCTIC 
(HIRHAM MAN HELD IN KI 
WITNESS SAYS DEFENDAN 
JURY GETS JOHNSON RET 
JdHflSON GETS 2 LIFE T 
JOHNSON DRAMS TWO LIF 
MEN JUMP IN CAR. STEA 

MAN GETS LESSER TERM 
MAN CHARGED WITH SEX 
ASSAULT IS REPORIEO 
POLICE SEEK KIDNAPPER 
MAN IS SOUGHT IN REPOI 
DURHAM MAN KIDNAPPED 
POLICE STILL SEEK MAN 
2 MEN CHARC^D WITH KI 
2 MEN CHARGED APTER S 
POLICE INVESTIGATE AS 
WOMAN SHOT, KIDNAPPED 
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IN NCCU JOAX 

KIDNAPPING' ASSAULT 
ONAPPING. ASSAULT CHARGES 
APPING C-'ARGF 

ThEA FOR KIDNAPPING, MURDER 
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ILANT IN COURT 
lOENCE l-i KITNAPPING AND ASSAULT TRIAL 

KIDNAPPING TRIAL 
AWAY WHEN CRIMES OCCI.iRRED 
TIONS IN KEJNAPPING, ASSAULT TRIAL 

ASSAUL T CASE 
ONAPPING CASE 
T ""OASTEO OF ASSAULT 
RIAL 

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PURSE, CASH 
IN THIRD TRIAL 
CRIMES 



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ON ROXPORO ROAO 

IN KION«PPING 
ONAPPING 

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KIDNAPPING, N.C. 

JURY ^ELECTION ?EGINS IN KIONAPPIHG TRIAL 
JUDGE DENIES MOTION TO DELAY 'ATTLE TRIAL 
DA. SON ENTERS PLEA IN AUNT'S ABDUCTIjN 
MAN GETS 12 YEARS IN ABOUCIIO"! OF MIS AUNT 
UNDFRWODD RULED COMPETENT FOR TRIAL 



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UNDERWOOD'S TAPFD SIATEMEMI 1= RE«U 
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UNDERWOOD GUILTY, GETS 32 YEA'S 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



'A'.d in 
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KIOHAPPING. ORAMGE COUNTY 

INMATE CHARGED IN OiiANGE ASSAULT 

INMATE IS CHARGED IN ORANGE ASSAULT 

CONVICT'S RECORD: VICTIM OECAPITATEO 

ACCUSED INMATE FACING HEARING 

INMATE FACES NEW CHARGE 

PRISONER FACES WEAPONS CHARGE 

GRAND JURY INDICTS ORANGE INMATE \u ASSAULT ON WHITE CROSS WOMAN 

GRAND JURY INDICTS CARTER IN ASSAULT CASE 

ZnO ORANGE ESCAPEE ACCUSED OF KIDNAP, RAPE 

ORANGE ESCAPEE ONCE FACED DEATH SENTENCE 

ORANGE ESCAPEE WAS IN VA.; DA AWAITS WORD ON FBI AID 

ESCAPEE SURRENDERS TO FBI IN UTAH 

ESCAPEE INDICTED IN ASSAULT 

79-YEAR-OLD DESCRIBES ATTACK TQ OPEN TRIAL OF ROdERT LEF CARTER 

8L0O0 TEST EVIDENCE HEARD BY JURY IN ORANGE COUNTY 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN ORANGE COUNTY ON t?S0,OOD BOND 

KIONAPPIMG, U.S. 

POLICE SAY MAN WALKED 30 MILES TO AVOID OFFICFRS 

2 CHARLOTTE MEN SENTENCED TO lEATH IN REFUGEE'S KILLING 

GOOD DEED IN DANVILLE ENDS IN DURHAM 

N.C. MAN CHARGED IN CHILD SNATCHING 

FORMER BEAUTY OUEEN ACCUSES PAPER OF LIBEL 

KIDNEY DIALYSIS 

SEE DIALYS IS UNIT 

KIDNEY DISEASE 

SEE ALSO DIALYSIS UNIT 

STUDY SHOWS STRONG FAMILY, EA^LY DEATH LINKED 
KIDNEY RESEARCH PROJECT FINISHED 

KIPNEY STONES 

SEE ALSO LITHOTRIPTER 

PANFL GIVES DUKE NOT ON LITHOTRIPTER: HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT. 

HOSPITAL SEEKS MOBILE USE OF KIDNEY DEVICE 

KIDNEY STONES TOPIC OF TALK 

UUKE'S KIDNEY SMASHER REuUEST FOR PATIENTS DENIED AGAIN BY STATE 

KIDNEY STONE TREATMENT ADVANCES 

USE OF KIDNEY-STONE SMASHER DESERVES OK 

DUKE LITHOTRIPTER USE GETS SENATE APPROVAL 

COUNTY GENERAL, MEMORIAL REOPEN LITHOTRIPTER TALKS 

KIDNFy TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS 
- SEE ALSO SOUTHEASTERN ORGAN PROCUREMENT FOUNDATION 
FROM DEATH, LIFE CAN COME 

BOY, 1, -TERRIFIC AFTER GETTING KIDNEY FROM MOM 
DUKE TRANSPLANT GIVES BABY A NEW CHANCE 
KIDNEY RECIPIENT STILL HOSPITALIZFO 

PANCREAS, KIDNEY ARE TRANSPLANTED INTO N.C. FAR"ER 
SING TO AID GIRL NEEDING TRANSPLANT 
RECIPIENT HAS AIDS ANTIBODY 
IMPLANT PATIENT'S AIDS TEST POSITIVE 
TRANSPLANT PATIENT TESTS NEGATIVE FOR AIDS VIPU^ 
i-YEAR-OLD GETS DAD'S KIDNEY 
EX-GOV. HOLSHCUSER RECUPERATING 
HOL5H0USEP LISTFD AS SATISFACTQOy 

Kins' GUIDE TO NORTH CAROLINA 
autho", author! 

kids on the block (puppet 5h0wi 

puppet show explains childhood disabilities 

kidz konzeot 

see also duke univ., concerts 

it's oqmpah time for gov. martin at 'kidz konzert' 
governor gets low down playing tuba in concert 

kill devil hills. n.c. 

see also kitty hawk, n.c. 
see also wright brothers 

conn. contender for flight honor catches criticism 

fly-in celebrates wilbur wright's birthday 

yeageb sets new re cord. . .back where it all started 

record flight puts yeager on cloud nine 

kimyoell furniture 

man charged in theft from store 
suspect arrested in furniture theft 
2 charged with kimbrell's bpe4k-in 

kimesville country store 

man charged with unlawful burning 

kimley-horn and associates inc. 
panel to mull treyburn foaos 

kincaio furniture company, inc. 
business highlights 
business highlights 

kindergartens, durham 

see durham city schools, kindfrgartfn 
see durham county schools, kindergarten 







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l/o^/H7 



SEE POIVATE MNOERGSRTE'lS 

KI'iOERGlRIENS. n.C. 

SEE its'" C4°LY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO PU'LIC P'EKI'JUERGARTEN 
SEE ALSO SCHO?LS, N.C. 

PHILLIPS: STATE SHOULD FUND Oa Y CAR^ >=0R ft-YE AR-OLJS 

fScE KINDERGARTEN CHECKUPS APPROVED 

QUALITY DAY CARE IS NEEDED IN STATE 

KING. N.C. 

KING VOTERS DEFEAT ABC STORE PROPOSAL 

KING KONG IFILM) 

IT'S PACK. ..AND IT'S NOT HAPPY. rCARTOONI 

KING KONG LIVES (FIL"! 

DAMAGED PATROL CRUISER TAKEN OUT FOR A R I OE 
WILMINGTON TAKES STAR BILLING 
NO STAR FOR KING KONG 

KING NACKEPEL ANO THE "LUES ARE PUNNING (SHGW) 
•MACKERAL* RUNNING AGAIN 
•MACKEREL' RUNNING 
•KING MACKEPEL' RUNNING IN VIRGINIA 

KINGS^ DAUGHTERS HOME 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL ORDER "F THE KtNG'^ DAUGHTERS AND SONS 
SEE ALSO SABA BARKER CIPCLE (OF KING'S DAUGHTER'S HOME! 
SEE ALSO WALK AND TALK CLUB OF njPMAM 
NCCU KICKS OFF INTERNATIONAL '=EST 
ELDERLY hOHEN can LIVE hITh DIGNITY 

KING'S DOMINION 

N.C. "AN JUMPS TO HIS DEATH 
N.C. "AN DIES JUMPING OFF TOM=R 

KING'5 MOUNTAIN. N.C. 

ROUNDUP GETS HQRSFS GMT OF TRSF'IC ON U.S. 7* 
RETIREO HANDYMEN RECRUITED TO HELP ELDERLY 
SJ6-MILLI0N HATER SYSTEM PUNNED 

KINGSTON. NEW YORK 

SEE ALSO NE« YORK 

IBM PLANS TO TRANSFER 4,00 TO ' TP 

UP TO ".CO IBM WORKERS HAY TPN»SFEP TO DURHAM 

KINGSTON HOSIERY MILL 

SEE ALSO HOSIERY INDUSTRY 

LOWE'S SEEKS REZONING: PROTEST PETITION INVALID 

KINGSTON TRIO 

N.C. SYMPHONY PLAYS SUHMERFEST CONCERTS 

KINSTON, N.C. 

DEVELOPER GETS EXTENSION ON PROJECT IN HENDERSON 

KINSTCN GROUP WANTS $35,000 BACK FROM KUGEL 

KINSTON MAN'S DEATH bLAMED ON HEAT 

KINSTCN WOMAN SAYS RAZOR BLADE WAS IN CEREAL 

FOUR KILLED IN WRECK NEAR KINSTON 

hEaO-ON collision kills 4. INJURES 1 NEAR KINSTON 

CHEMICAL SPILL INJURcS T IN KINSTON 

<.0 WUPKERS EVACUATED, 10 HURT IN KINSTON CHEMICAL SPILL 

Klf.'STON PLUE JAYS I BASEBALL TEAM! 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEA-iuE 

FA:,FAPE: EAGLES FLY NORTH 

KINSTON EAGLES IBASERALL TEAM) 
SEE ALSO PASEBALL 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

BULLS FALL IN OPENER WITH EAGLES 

BULLS BOw AT KINSTON 

BULLS-EAGLES TO PLAY PAIR 

bULLj-tAOLtS TU PLAY PAIR 

EAGLES' 12-'= VICTORY EVENS BULLS AT 5-5 

-5LLMAN. BULLS RALLY TO CLIP EAGLES 

BULLS' BALLY OVERCOMES 8-2 DE'=ICIT 

BULLS' RALLY KEEPS EAGLES GPOJNOED 

DEL ROSARIO SIDESWIPES EAGLES 

EAGLES EASE By BULLS AS LATE 'ALLY FIZZLES 

FREPYMOND. PULLS FLY BY EAGLES. 7-5 

FREOYMQNO'S RAR=: HR SPARKS BULLS BY KINSTON 

TORONTO'S PULLOUT LEAVES KINSTON OWNER SCRAMBLING 

BULLS WIN FIRST GAME FO" SPLIT WITH KINSTON 

BULLS SHUT DOWN EAGLES. 6-1 

Dn,.LESS ONE-HITS BULLS. KINSTCN PROVIDES HOMERS FOR 5-1 VICTORY 

SHADOW THROW 

DEFT DOWLESS ONE-HITS D'JRham 

EAGLES SOAr< PAST BULLS AGAIN. 9— i 

UPSTART EAGLES CRUSH BULLS AG- IN 

KINSTON GETS '=IRST SWEEP WITH 8--. WIN 

KINSTCN WILD PITCH GIVES BULLS lOTH-INNING WIN 

BULLS WIN 5TH STRAIGHT 

EAGLES' RALLY SNAPS BULLS' WIN STREAK 

BULLS' STPEAK ENDS AS EAGLES Fly HIGH 

EAGLES GET PULLS' ATIcnTION 

EAGLES SOAR AT BULLS' EXPENSE 

EAGLES RETAIN HEX OVER BULLS 

BULLS' LEAj JUST HALF-GAME 

EAGLES POLISH OFF BULLS. AGAIN 

KINSTON POLICE DEPT. 

POLICEMFN FIND HARD WORK IN SJN BELT 
H"URS SURPRISE POLICE MOVING SOUTH 

KIP8Y THEATER tHOxnORO. N.C.I 

SEE ALSO PALACE THEATER IROXBORT. N.C.I 

PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINMENT SOUGHT FOR KikBY CENTER 
PERSON OKS BUDGET WITH TAX INCREASE 

KISSING 

POINT MADE. KISS CASE DROPPED 

THE KITCHEN CASANOVA. A GENTLE"AN'S GJIOE TO GOURMET ENTERTAINING FOR TWO 
RENAISSANCE OF ROMANCE 

KITCHEN POLICE DUTY 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 
SEE ALSO U.S. MARINF COOPS 

MARINES CANCEL KP DUTY 

MARINES WIN A BATTLt 

IT'S NO JOKE. PRIVATE - HAVE A NICE HEAL 

MARINES SCRAPPING KP DUTY 

KITE FLYING 



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OH, WHAT A GREAT DAY FOR KITES— AMO THEIR 0WNFR5 
SLOW TAKEOFF 

KITE FLV eRINGS AIR SPACE WOES. FUN TO CARRRORO 
HIGH HOPES 

KITT'ELL. M.C. 

KITTRELL RECEIVES FUNDS TO IMPROVE ITS WATER SYSTEM 

PROTESTS CONTINUE AT GRnCFRY STORE IN KITTRELL 

HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL TRYING TO RFSOLVE CONTROVERSY IN KITTPELL 

ASS«ULI TRIAL IS POSTPONEO 

KITTRFLL STOREOWNER'S TRIAL CONTINUEO 

KITTRFLL GROCERY STORE OWNER ACOUITTEO OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

VERDICT DISAPPOINTS KITTRFLL GROUP 

KITTRELL CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR JUSTICE 

KITTRFLL GROCERY STORE OWNER ACOUITTEO HE ASSAULT CHARGE 
VERDICT DISAPPOINTS KITTRELL GROUP 

KITTOELL JOB CORPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYXENI, N.C. 

CHAMBER ENDORSES PLANS FOR GETTING JOB CORPS SCHUOL 

KITTRELL WATER ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO WATER AND SEWER LINES, N.C. 

KITTRFLL RECEIVES FUNDS TO IMPROVE ITS WATER SYSTEM 

KITTY HAWK, N.C. 

SEE ALSO KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO WRIGHT BR0THFR5 

INVESTIGATION SOUGHT ON THE FIRST FLIGHT 

FIRST-FLIGHT DERATE COULO MAKF HISTORY 

YEAGER SEEKS FLYING RECORD AT KITTY HAWK 

YEAGt" SETTING RECORD IN FLIGHT TO KITTY HAWK 

MAN WILL NEVER FLY SOCIETY CELEBRATING 'YEAR OF THE bUS ' 

YEAGER SETS RECORD IN TRIP TO KITTY HAWK 

YEAGEP SETS NEW RECORD. . .BACK WHERE IT ALL STARTED 

MAN'S DESIRE TO FLY GOT BIG BOOST IN N.C. 

A FLIGHT FOR HISTORY 

RECORD FLIGHT PUTS YEAGER ON CLOUD NINE 

KIWANIS CLUBS 

SEE CHAPEL HILL KiWANIS CLUP 

SEE DURHAM KIWANIS CLUB 

SEE FRIENDLY CITY KIWANIS CLUP 

SEE HONORABLE ELDERS KIWANIS CLUB 

SEE ROXBORO KIWANIS CLUB 

SEE TOBACCOLAND KIWANIS CLUB 

KIWANIS Family park (san^oro, n.c.i 

SEE ALSO SANFORC, N.C. 

TRIANGLE'S BEAUTY SAID KEY TO PROSPERITY 

KLAN-NAZI TRIAL 

SEE COMMUNIST WORKERS PARTY ^^____ 

SEE KU KLUX KLAN " 

SEE NAZI PARTY, N.C. 

KLANWATCH 

SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 

SOME SERVICE MEMBERS SAID STILL INVOLVED IN KLAN GROUPS 

CORRECTION 

KLAN WATCH SAYS HATE GROUPS THRIVING IN N.C. 

N.C. HAS MOST ACTIVE RACIST GROUPS 

KNEES 

LIGAMENT TRANSPLANT FOR KNEE INJURIES STUDIED AT DUKE 

KNIGHTDALE, N.C. 

KNIGhTOALE chlorine LEAK FORCES EVACUATIONS 
KNIGHTDALE ROAD DISPUTE BRINGS OUT STUBBORN STREAK 

KNIGHTS 

DAYS OF OLD'' 

KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE KU KLUX KLAN 

KNIVES 

GUN, KNIFE SHOW SET 

MAN WITH KNIFE ENTERS HOUSE 

'TERROR OF PEOPLE' CHARGE DISMISSED AGAINST KLANSMEN 

PANEL OKS 3<1 niLLS FQR SHORT SESSION 

OLD 'KUIFE TRADER" HARRIS WAS SHARP, BUT A CHICKEN OUTFOXED HIM 

HIGHER RETIREMENT BENEFITS BACKEq for LOCAL LAWMEN 

IS-INCH BUTCHER KNIFE CARRIED INTO SCHOOL 

MAN CHARGED WITH FIREARMS VIOLATION 

KNOLL MANOR REST HOMF 

ELDERLY MAN REPORTED MISSING FROM REST HUME 
MAN WANDERS AWAY FROM RESTHOME 

MISSING MAN, 76, FOUND OK AFTER NIGHT IN WOODS 
BETTER SUPERVISION NEEDED 

KNOLLS APARTMENTS (OLD CHAPEL HILL ROADI 
BUILDING BEGINS 

KNOLLWOOD SUBDIVISION 

TAINTED WATER FOUND IN 1URHAM 

SOME WELLWATEP CONTAMINATED IN NOBTHwEST CITY NEIGHBORHOOD 

7 OF 12 WFLLS TESTED CONTAMINATFO 

RESULTS MIXED FROM WELL TESTS ON KNOLLWOOD 

HEARING SET ON WATER LINE TO KNOLLwOOO 



IS EYE OF GIANT STEEL COMPANY 



KOPE-MIDREX RESEARCH CENTER 

SMALL OFFICE IN RESEARCH PARK 

KODAK 

SEE EASTMAN KODAK CO. 

KONG LIVES 

FILM CREW WANTS TROOPS TO GO AFTER KING KONG 

KONISHIROKU PHOTO INDUSTRIES CO. 

JAPANESE COMPANY TO LOCATE PLANT IN GUILFORD 
JAPANESE FIRM TO LOCATE PHOTOGRAPHIC PLANT IN N.C. 

KOPPERS CO. INC. 

SEE ALSO NELLO L. TEER CO. 

PROFITS INCREASE FQR PARENT FIRM OF NELLO TEER CO. 
MORE DURHAM FOLKS HAVE RETIREMENT CHECKS SENT TO BANK 

KOREA 

SEE ALSO NORTH KOREA 

SEE ALSO SOUTH KOREA 

TRGUBLESHCIOTEO COULO HELP TAMF TIGER CRISIS 
REPUTATIONS OF KOREAN RESEARCHER, DUKE COLLIDE IN COURT 



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•COREAH OtNCE 

SLD KTREANt NEK B»LL»O0'< ON D» NC E FESTIVAL'S 
bUDOHIST RITUAL ROOTS EVIOEMT I ■< SEIJ-JG-''U 
KOREA SHARES THE HEALTH AS 'LIVING TREASURE' 

KOREAN MAR 

MEMORIAL IPRROPRIATE 

KOONOG IKUSIC GROUPI 

A CELTIC C0"E9ACK 

KOSHER FOOnS 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE ALSO JEWS 

THE KOSHER DIET: 



CARD 
PERFOR'S 



HARJORIE iiEINER HAS CUT THE CALORIES IN JEWISH CUISINE 
CREAM 



TRUST CO. (KROGER BRANCH) 



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KRAFT INC. 

SICK GIRL HAO EATEN SUSPECT I 

KRAFT RECALLS POLAR B • AB S 

3 FROM N.C. COMPLAIN AFTER EaTINI, ICE CREAM 

KRISHNA 

SEE HARE KRISHNA 

KROGER CO. 

ALAMANCE WOMAN FILES SUIT FDR S13.a MILLION 

CCB MIGHT OPEN PRANChES IN CHARLOTTE KROGER STORES 

LOAF AND LOAN 

KROGER OFFICIALS UNDECIDED ON WHICH STORES WILL CLOSE 

KROGER STORE ILAKEWOCD SHOPPING C PI TER I 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH THEFTS OF =000. CLOTHES FROM STORES 

PURSE SNATCHER DRAGS WO"AN SEVERAL FEET 

FIRM SAYS 3 ORGANS MISSING 

MAN FOUND HIDING BENEATH PALLET IN STORE CHARGED 

MAN TRIES TO RO? W lOOW OF 'HERALD' 60ARD CHAIRMAN 

KROGER STORE IREGENCY PLA2A1 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C 
CCB EXPANDING 
BANK TO OPEN KRTGER dRA^CH 

KROGER STORE IROXBORO ROADI 

THIEVES TAK'^ CIGARETTES FROM 3 GROCER" STORES 

KRON MEDICAL 

SEE ALSO TEMPORARY PHYSICIANS 

SOME DOCTORS TAKING JOBS AS TEMPORARY PHYSICIANS 

KU KLUX KLAN 

SEE ALSO ARYAN CRUSADERS FOR CHRIST 

SEE ALSO ARYAN NATIONS 

SEE ALS? CROSS "URNINGS 

SEE ALSO klanwaTCH 

SEE ALSO \AACP 

SEE ALSO >JORTH CAROLINIANS AGAINST RACIST AND RELIGIOUS .(IDLENCE 

SEE ALSO Th= order 

SEE ALSO WHITE «NIC"TS OF LIBERTY 

SEE ALS": WHITE PATRIOT PARTY 

12 ("ORE PEOPLE INDICTED IN CRT S^-'URNING PROBE 

TWO DENY CR0SS-6URNING CHARGE' 

COUNCIL SAYS HATE GROUPS ON INCREASE 

HAT? GROUPS' GROnTH IS CAUSE FOR CONCERN 

FOUR KKK AFFILIATES IN WEAPONS ARREST AFTER TRAFFIC CHARGE 

T"£ HATE PARADE 

MILLER SAYS HE WILL ASK LEGISLATORS ABOUT RACE ISSUES 

KLAN TO MARCH IN VIRGINIA TOWN 

klaN-BELaTED activity by SOLDIERS ALLEGED 

KLAN: MARINES HELPED WITH SUPPLIES. TRAINING 

JURY CONVICTS SIX FORMER KLAN MEMBERS 

MILITARY AT CROSS PURPOSES 

MILLER NOT AN EXPPRT WE COULD BE PROUD OF 

OFFICER: CAP HELD WEAPONS 

WESTERN METHODISTS OPPOSE GAMBLING, PORNOGRAPHY. KLAN 

OFFENSE DEPARTMENT PROBING ANTI-KLAN GROUP'S CHARGED 

WHITE SUPREMACY FANSTICS 

KLAN COMBAT TRAINING DESCRIBE"^ 

MILLER SAYS HE 1ID NOT TEACH FIREARMS TRAINING 

WHITE PATRIOTS CONVICTED: FEDSRAL JURY ORDERS GLENN MILLER To SEVER TIES 

PROSECUTOR VOWS VIGOROUS FIGHT AGAINST KLAN GROUPS 

DEES UNDERSTANDS YET PURSUES <LAN 

MINISTER SPEAKS GUT AGAINST KLAN 

KLANSMEN, OPPONFNTS TO WATCH SIZE OF RALLY 

KLAN HOLDS RECRUITMENT -ARCHE? 

GLENN MiLLtR LOSES BID FOR NEJ trial 

GATHERING IS PLANNED TO COUNTER KALN "ARCH 

KLAN TRANSPORTATION. IF NOT POLITICS. CHANGES 

KLAN GROUP PLANS TO MARCH SUN^^AY 

SOME SERVICE "EMBERS SAID STILL INVOLVED IN KLAN GROUPS 

CORRECTION 

KLAN TJ USE LIE DETECTOR TESTS 

CHARLOTTE PHLICE, FIREMEN INT=RRURT KLAN MEETING 

KLAN WATCH SAYS HATE GROUPS THRIVING IN N.C. 

STATE TASK FORCE CREATED ON KLAN 

N.C. HAS MOST ACTIVE RACIST GROUPS 

KLAN 'KNIGHTS" PLAN MARCHES 

WHITE PATRIOT LEADER SAYS PARTY TO DI SBANtl 

FEAR "0TIVATE5 KLAN 

AUTHOR SAYS POLICE COULD HAVE PREVENTED GREENSBORO SLAYINGS 

KLAN GETS PERMIT FOR MARCH IN VA. ,„ . , , 

REPORT SAYS RFCENT LAWS ARE SLOWING RACIST GROUPS' PARAMILITARY TRAINING 

NEIGHBORHOOD FEARS KLAN PReSE"JCE 

REPORT: GAINS MAOF IN FIGHTING PARAMILITARY GROUPS 

RACIST GHCUPS USE COMPUTERS T^ ADVOCATE THEIR BIGOTED VIEWS 

COUNCIL OF CHURCHES MAS 6 ISSUES TN LEGISLATIVE AGENDA 

NAaCP protests KLAN MARCH IN GHA^LOTTE 

NAACP OPPOSING KLAN PARADE IN CHARLOTTE 

KLAN RECEIVES MARCH PERMIT in CHARLOTTE 

KU KLUX KLAN TO MARCH SATURDAY IN DOWNTOWN CHARLOTTE 

KLAN WON'T MARCH IN PARADE 

KLAN MARCH UNEVENTFUL 

POLICE DISGUISES BAD TACTIC 

MARTIN »S«cD TO ACT FASTER AGAINST RACIST VIOLENCE 

EX-KLAU LEADER SAYS HE WILL LEAVE THE STATE 

KUDZU DUBOSE ICOMIC STRIP) 

GOOD OL' BOYS MAY BE ON VERGE OF EXTINCTION 

KUNG FU 

SEE ALSO MARTIAL ARTS 
KUNG FU FIGHTFRS 

K,|AN7AA (AFRICAN FESTIVALI 

SEE ALSO AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAMES OF COUNTRIES) 
SEE ALSO HOLinAVS ISEF ALSO SPECIFIC HOLIDAYS) 



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DURHAM TO CELEBRATE FIRST KWAM24A EVENT 
KWAN24A BHINGS HERITAGE HOME 
LIdRARIES HAVE KWANZAA SHOW 
DURHAM CELEBRATES KWANZAA THU^SOAV 

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SEE ALSO DRUGS 

COFFEE AT A5U APPARENTLY SPIKFO WITH LSD 

50Q ARRESTS SEEN FROM DRUG PKOBF 

SUSPECTS INVESTIGATED ABOUT DRUGGED COFFEE 

LSD FOUND IN COFFEE FROM ASU 

TWO CHARGED IN DRUGGED COFFEE CASE 

LVG PSOPERTIES. INC. (CHARLOTTE, N.C.I 

EASTGATE IS SOLO TO MARYLAND FIRM FOR »7.3 MILLION 

L. E. WOOTEN CO. 

COSTS BLOCKING CKEEnHOOR GYM 

CREEOMOOK... WATER SUPPLY ADEQUATE IF TREATMENT PLANT CAPACITY EXPANDED 

SOUTH GRANVILLE WATER SYSTEM PROPOSED 

LA PETITE ACADEMY 

A MUSSEL ING WE WILL GO 

LA SERTOMA, DURHAM INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO DURHAM SERTOMA CLUB 
PRESIDENT VISITS 

LAPELS 

SEE CIGARETTES. LABELS 
SEE CLOTHING, LABELS 
SEE COUNTERFEIT LABELS 
SEE WARNING LABELS 

LABOR, U.S. 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF LABOR 

SOUTH MOVING AHEAD ECONOMICALLY BUT STILL PLAYING CATCHUP WITH NORTH 

LABOR DAY 

MADD LEADER URGES SUPPORT FOR 'ORAM SHOP' BILL 

HOUSE PASSES BILL ON INVESTIGATIVE GRAND JURIES 

HIGHER RETIREMENT BENEFITS BACKED FOR LOCAL LAWMEN 

TREASURE HUNT, FQLK MUSIC PLANNED FOR GARDEN'S LABOR DAY OPEN HOUSE 

GULLEY ON PROGRAM AT UNION CELEBRATION 

OPEN HOUSE WILL CELFBRATE FLORA 

ORANGE CO. TO OBSERVE LABOR DAY 

OFFICIALS URGE LABOR DAY DRIVERS To USE CARE 

DURHAM SCHOOLS, OFFICES WON'T OPEN LABOR DAY 

REGGAE, 'STARS AND STRIPES' CONCERT HIGHLIGHT LABOR DAY EVENTS 

LABOR DAY GAS IS AT 6-YEAR LOW 

LABOR DAY HOLIDAY CLOSINGS LISTED 

UNION OR NOT, WORKING PEOPLE GET PEST TODAY 

UNFORTUNATELY, SUME IN U.S. DON'T HAVE JOBS TO SALUTE 

BROOKS TOUTS TRADITIONAL wtiRK VALUES 

LABOR DAY DRIVERS CHARGED WITH Owl 

12 ARE KILLED IN HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS 

DURHAM MERCHANTS BUSY DURING LABOR DAY SALES 

1"! DIE ON N.C. HIGHWAYS OVER HOLIDAY 

CHEAP SHOTS AT LABOR 

ORGANIZED LABOR DECLINE HURTS N.C. 

LAPOR ' LAWS 

SEE ALSO CHILD LABOR LAWS 

SEE ALSO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 

UNION FIGHTING PROPOSAL LIFTING BAN ON CLOTHING MAKERS WORKING AT HOME 

LABOR UNIONS 

SEE UNIONS, DURHAM 
SEE UNIONS, N.C. 
SEE UNIONS, U.S. 

LACHN'ORA (PLANNED SUBDIVISION! 

LOW MORTGAGES FUEL HOME PRICE RISE 
HOUSING PLANNED 

LADD FURNITURE INC. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

LADD REPORTS 7.5t SALES GAIN 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

OUAPTFRLY SALES UP FOR LADD FURNITURE 



LADIES PROFESSIONAL GOLF ASSnCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOLF 



SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS 

LOPEZ READY FOR COMEBACK 



LEAD 



LUrci KtAUT l-UK LUMtbALK 

GEODES IS HENREDON FAVORITE 

TRIO SHARES LPGA HENREDON L! 

THREE ATOP HENREDON 

PAIR ATOP HENREDON; LOPEZ LURKING 3 BACt 

WALTON'S 63 TAK=S LEAD IN HENREDON 

KING RALLIES, NIPS CARNER IN PLAYOFF TO 



WIN HENREDON 



LADY JULIA IPLAYI 

PASSION, HUMOR PRESENTED IN EVENING OF ONE-ACTS 

LAI SSEZ-FAIRF 

GOVERNMENT POKING INTO FAMILIES DANGEROUS 

LAKE BEN JOHNSON 

HILLSBOROUGH ABANDONS RAISED LAKE LEVEL PLAN 

REPORT NOTES WATER SHORTAGE 

WATER SUPPLIES DWINDLE 

HILLSPOPOUGH TAXES INCREASED S CENTS 

VANDALS STINT HILLSBOROUGH'S WATER SUPPLY 

HILLSPOPOUGH POLICE SAY PAIR CONFESS TO VANDALISM AT 0AM 

2 CHAPGED IN ORANGE CO. WATFR LOSS 

HILLSBOROUGH RESIDENTS PITCHING IN TO CUT BACK 

•WADING' WATER BRINGS CHARGE 

ORANGF COUNTY GETS MANDATORY WATER MEASURES 

LIKE LIQUID GOLD: FOCUS IS ON WATFR IN AREA'S WORST DROUGHT IN 

A WASTE OF WATER 

TWO ACCUSED OF RELEASING WATER MAKE BAIL 

STATE WANTS MORE WATER FLOWING IN ENO 

LOW ENO HASN'T HURT CITY WATER 

HILLSBOROUGH FACES MANDATED WATER SAVING 

WATER AUTHORITY NEGOTIATING FT R USE OF PONDS, OUARRIES 

OWASA FINDS 'MYSTERY' POND; TOWN OKS HELP 

OWASA FIGURES CHALLENGED 

JUDGE FREES BROTHERS WHO LOWERED LAKE 



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w»TER-wiSTIN& DUO SHOULD 8E PJNIShEO 
OISCIPLINE SPURNED IN DAB CASE 
HILLSBJROU&H WANTS ACTION O'l BESSOVOIR 
RAIN BILLING RESERVOIRS IN C3JNTV 

LAKE aUTNER 

ORANOE TO GET LAKE ?UTNER MAT?R 

ORANGE KATER AUTHORITY WANTS AUTNER WATER FLOWUG AUG. 18 

OMASA Si^TS Au5. 18 AS DATE BUTNFR'S WATER FLOW BEGINS 

OWASA AIHS TO START WATER TRANSFER AUG. 18 

PLAN FOR DURHAM TO TREAT WATER FOR ORANGE OK • 

LAKE CAMMACK 

BURLINGTON WILL VOTE ON BONDS TO FINISH LAK^^ 

LAKE CITY, FLCRIDA 
SEE ALSO FLORIDA 

BANNING OF BOOK PROMPTS SUIT 

*"*" VIRGINIA BEACH OKS FEES TO PAY FOR LAKE PIPELINE 
VIRGINIA OKS PIPELINE DESIGN "ACT 

N.C. PONDERS POSSIBLE DEAL WITH VA. OVt» U.S. IT. WATER 
VIRGINIA REACH APPROVES PIPFLINF DESIGN CONTRACT 

PIPELINE OPPONENT PLEADS FOR HELP IN FIGHT „,„,.,. ^ ^.^^t 

ROANOKE RIvFR ASSOCIATION TO 3ET PROGRESS REPORT ON PIPELINE FIGHT 
ASSOCIATION'S LAWYER: ACTION EXPECTED SOON ON PIPELINE 
•NO DEAL IN WORKS' ON GASTON PIPELINE 
LAKE GASTON PIPELINE COHPRO"ISc R'^JECteD 
U.S. JUCGE ASKED TO MAKE DECISION ON LAKE PIPELINE 
FALLS LAKE DECISION DUE SOON , , , , 

N.C. OUESTIONS EFFECTS UPSTREAM OF PROPOSED PIPELINE 
LIGHTNING SUSPECTED AS CAUSE OF VA. FIRE 
VA. CITY TELLS N.C. NOT TO PE STINGY WITH WATER 

ROAfiOKE RIvER ASSOCIATION HILL REVIEW FIGHT AGAINST PIPELINE 
ARGI/MFNTS N^XT WEEK IN PIPELINE SUIT 
JUDGE HEARS LAWSUIT ON GASTON PIPELINE 
PROTECTING THE RIVER 

LAKE HOLT 

SEE HOLT LAKE 

LAKE HYCO 

SEE HYCO LAKE 

'"'"'^ CARS OAPAGEO AT LAKE LURE OFFICIAL'S HOME 
POLICE CHIEF OF LAKE LURE IS =IRED 

LAKE MACKINTOSH IPROPOSEDI 

BURLINGTON WILL vnT<= ON BONDS TO FINISH LAKE 
GRAHA", MEBANE PLAN VOTE ON WATER BONDS 
BURLINGTON "OVES FORWARD ON B?NDS 
SOME ALAMANCE VOTERS FACE BONO ISSUE CHOICE 
ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH TERM 

"■""see also "aTTAMUSKEET NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 
HATTA-USKEET HAS REFUSED TO BE SJPDUED 
MILITARY FLIGHTS WORRY WILDLIFE REFUGES MANAGER 
ARCHAEOLOGIST: N.C. SITE MAY ?£ INDIAN VILLAGE 

•■"^ MFBANe'"TO open RECREATION AREA AT LAKE MICHAEL 
GRAHAM. MEBANE PLAN VOTE ON WATER BONOS 

L AK E M I C H I E 

SEE ALSO LITTLE RIVER LAKE 

SEE ALSO LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 

BOAThOUSE TO BE CLOSED 

SOLITUDE 

MAYOR DEFENDS STEP HE TOOK ON TPEYBURN 

BONOS «OULD HELP FINANCE EXPANSION OF WATER PLANTS 

TRIANGLE AREA NEEDS RAIN, BUT LAK'=S HIGH 

DURHAM MAY BE MODEL FOR WATER SYSTEMS 

RDU FORECASTERS SAY RAIN MAY CONTINUE TO WEEKEND 

MAYOR ASKS DURHAM TO CONSERVE nATER 

DRY DURHAM URGED TO CONSERVE WATER , , ,. ,„„ ^coc u 

LIKE LIQUID GOLD: FOCUS IS CN WATER IN AREA'S WORST DROUGHT IN 100 YEARS H 

CITY WATER USE DIPS AFTER EDICT 

WATER CONSERVATION IMPROVEMENT NEEDED 

DURHAM BUYS WATER FRO" "UTNER 

LAKE LEVELS ,^_ 

PANEL FAVORS CHANGING RULES ON SAVING WATER 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

CITY'S WATER PLANNING A MODEL OF FORESIGHT 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS , , , 

DURHAM CLOUDINESS MAY HAVE SILVER LINING 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

RAINS TC AFFECT HARVEST 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

RAINS TC HELP WATER LEVELS 

WATER-TREATMENT PACT TO AID ORANGE 
LAKE LEVELS , , , 

RAIN FAILS TO RAISE LAKE MICHIE LEVEL 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKl''S!?HiE^uS''§"°NCHES. BUT CITY CONTINUES TO URGE CONSERVATION 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

WATER RULES TO EASE IF LAKE STABILIZES 

LAK^ LEVELS 

WATER RESTRICTIONS SHOULD CONTINUE, COUNCIL ADVISED 

RAINS FORCE DURHAM TO CLOSE 21 STREETS „crco„nTo 

STORM FLOODING DURHAM'S STREETS WAS ALSO FILLING ITS oESERVPIR 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/66 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 579 
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HEAVY RAINS FLOOD STREETS. BUSINESSES OF DURHAM 

LAKE LEVELS 

GULLEV TO END HATER RESTRICTITNS 

CONSERVATION PLAN IS WATER OVER DAM 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

THINGS JUST DUCKY AT LAKE MICHIE 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

NEW DURHAM RESERVOIR 70t COMPLETE 

DURHAM WATER OFFICIAL EXPECTS NO PROBLEMS 

DESPITE DRY SEPTEMBER. WATER-USE CURBS UNLIKELY 

SCATTERED SHOWERS BLESS THIRSTY DURHAM 

USE LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR FOR RECREATION 

LAKE MICHIE. HYDROELECTRIC GENERATORS 
SEE ALSO HYDROELECTRIC POWER 

CITY BOND ISSUE: HYDROELECTRIC POWER RETURNS 

ELECTRIC BONDS: PROFIT LIKELY 

BONO PACKAGE INCLUDES LAKE MICHIE GENERATORS 

LAKE MICHIE DAM 

CITY BOND ISSUE: HYDROELECTRIC POWER RETURNS 

ELECTRIC BONOS: PROFIT LIKELY 

HIGH AND DRY 

GULLEY TO END WATER RESTRICTIONS 

LAKE NORMAN 

TEEN DROWNS AT LAKE NORMAN 

bODY IS FOUND IN LAKE NORMAN 

MARIJUANA AMONG CROPS HIT HARD BY N.C. DROUGHT 

BOATS VANDALIZED 

MECK NECK PEOPLE ASK FOR SECESSION 

LAKE ORANGE 

LAKE ORANGE LAND OFFERED TO CTUNTY 

REPORT NOTES WATER SHORTAGE 

TRIANCLE J TO FLUSH PLAN FQR WATER BILL 

WATER SUPPLIES DWINDLE 

HILLSBOROUGH TAXES INCREASED 6 CENTS 

HILLSPOBOUGH SEEKS SOLUTIONS TO WATER CRISIS 

LIKE LICUIO GOLD: FOCUS IS ON WATER IN AREA'S WORST DROUGHT IN IDO 

STATE WANTS MORE WATER FLOWINS IN ENO 

LOW ENO HASN'T HURT CITY WATER 

DON'T RAISE LAKF 0AM TO BENEFIT OEVELOPFRS 

HILLSBOROUGH FACES MANDATED WATER SAVING 

HILLSBOROUGH WATER CONSERVATION HITS MANDATORY STAGE 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

HILLSBOROUGH BALKS ON WATER SALES REQUEST 

LAKE LEVELS 

OWASA STAFF PRESENTS 3 PLANS 

RAINS IGNORE ORANGE 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

OWASA FINDS 

LAKE LEVELS 

ORANGE OFFICIALS QUESTION FIGURES ON WATER SUPPLY 

OWASA FIGURES CHALLENGED 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

STORM FLOODING DURHAM'S STREETS WAS ALSO FILLING ITS RESERVOIR 

HEAVY RAINS FLOOD STREETS. BUSINESSES OF DURHAM 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

HILLSBOROUGH EASES WATER CONSERVATION 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

RAIN PA! SES LAKE LEVELS 

LAKE LEVELS 

HILLSBOROUGH ADMINISTRATOR: LARGER LAKE EASIER THAN TOTING BUCKETS 

MAYOR WANTS TO EASE RULES ON WATER USE 

HILLSBOROUGH WANTS ACTION ON RESERVOIR 

TWO PANELS TO TACKLE WATER PROBLEMS 

COMMISSIONERS FORM WATER STUDY PANELS 

WATER RULES EXPECTED TO BF LIFTED 

LAKES FALLING. BUT BUTNFR WA T= R ARRIVES 

ORANGE DELAYS NEW WATER-USE RESTRICTIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY ORDERING WATER CONSERVATION 

AUTHORITY STILL STUDYING PUMPING WATER TO HELP NORTH ORANGE COUNTY 

PARCHED ORANGE 

RAIN NOT MUCH HELP 

HILLSBOROUGH'S WATER LEVEL DIPS TO 65-DAY SUPPLY 

HILLSBOROUGH DENIED STATE LOAN FOR WATER PUMP, PIPE 

UTILITY FINALIZING PLANS FOP H ILL SliOROUGH WATER 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR PUMPED E^ipTY 

MOBILE HOME OWNERS WIN THEIR BATTLE 

RAIN FILLING RESERVOIRS IN COUNTY 

DESPITE RAIN, ORANGE STILL CONSERVING WATER 

HILLSBOROUGH LIFTS WATER-USE LIMITS 

OWASA LIFTS CHAPEL H I LL-C ARR BO RO WATER BAN 

1 ORANGE AREA STILL HAS WATER-USE CURBS 

ORANGE COUNTY LIFTS RESTRAINTS ON WATER USERS 



'MYSTERY' PONOi TOWN OKS HELP 





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LAKE PHELPS 

ANCIENT CANCES FOUND AS 



PHELPS LAKE SHRINKS 



""'"^ CAMPUS^'VILLAGE* TO OOUPLE SUE OF N.C. STATE 

LAKE RIDGE AERO PARK 

RESIDENCES ARE RISING AROUND OtO DIRT RUHHAY 

COpD"O0R... WATER SUPPLY ADEOJATE IF TkEATM^NT PLANT CAPACITY EXPANOED 
STATE OFFICIALS WANT TIGhTEP LAKE WATERSHED STANDARDS 
G^JANVILLE STUDYING POLICIES Tl PROTECT CREEOMOOR'S LAKE 
3IDS FOR SURVEY DELAY ANNEXATION OF LAKE ROGERS 

LAKE ROXPORO 

SEE ALSO ROXBORO RESERVOIR 

SUIT A&AINST ROXBDRCl HAS 3EEN ORUPPEO 
ROXPORO FILES ITS ANSWER TO LAWSUIT 
ROXPORO DENIES RESPONSIBILITY FOR 0AM 6REAK 
ROXPORO IS USING BACK-UP RESERVOIR 
CHANGE OF VENUE GRANTED ON SUIT 

LAKE WYLIE 

TWO BOATERS KILLED, 

LAKES, N.C. ISEE ALSO NAMES OF LAKE 
SEE ALSO RIVERS. N.C. 

YMCA OPENS <. LAKE ARE'S 

WATER WCES: DANCER RISES AS LAKES FALL 

owASA FINOS '"ystery' pono; t^wn oks help 

MEAT WAVE KEEPING LAKE OFFICERS BUSY . „_ , , 

hot weather and cheaper gasoline have INCREASED VISITORS AT LAKES 

LAKEVIEw SCHOOL (COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMI 

MAJOR SWYCERT REMEMSEREO AT FIRMER LAKEVIEW SCMOOL 
MEMORIAL FOR CUSTODIAN 

LAKEWOOO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE LAKEWOOO SCHOOL 



FOUR HURT IN SMASH 

;si 



LAKEWOCD PARK 

•MISS DURHAM- 



I-SSS REMINISCES 



LAKEWOOO SCnrOL 

MC8ILF LUNCHES MAKE SCHOOLS" =000 BILLS EASIER To SWALLOW 

IN LINE 

DURHA- LEADING THE WAY IN PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION 

LAKEWOOO SHOPPING CENTER 

PTA SHOP HAS MOVED TO LAKEWOOO 

GRAND OPENING 

PURSE SNATCHER DRAGS WOMAN SEVERAL FEET 

DURHAM ART GUILD OPENS NEW ME-BERS' SALES GALLERY 

WINN Olxlf CLOSES LAKEWOOO STORE: NEW STORE CIIEO 

WINNERS ANNOUNCED 

LAKEWOOO CENTER. INN SELL FOR ST. 9 MILLION 

WITTENBERG SEEKS TENANTS FOR LAKEWOOO CENTER 

DEER CRASHES INTO DURHAM BUSriESS 

DEER CRASHES INTO SHOP AT LAKEWOOO 

LAKewOOO SWIFT SERVE TEXACO STATION 
GUNMAN ROPS STORE OF S120 
ARMED MAN ROBS STEAK RESTAURANT 
GUNMAN ROBS STATION 
RALEIGH MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERIES 

LAI'EWOOO VIDEO ANO NFWS 

DURHAM P0CK5T0RE EMPLOYEES' SJ I T OVER PORNO LAW ARRESTS IS DISMISSED 

HEARINGS BEGIN IN DURHAM PQRN CASES 

JUDGE ORDERS NARROWING OF OBSCENITY CHARGES 

JUDGE REFUSES TO DROP DURHAM PORN CHARGES 

JUDGE REJECTS ARGUMENT THAT PORN LAW IS INVALID 

GRAND JURY INDICTS b ON OBSCENITY COUNTS 

JUDGE DELAYS PQRN TRIALS 

4 OBSCENITY TRIALS OELAYEO 

PORN TRIALS POSTPONED 

EX-FMPLOYEE GETS SUSPENDED TERM IN OBSCENITY CASE 

Ex-eOCKSTORE EMPLOYEE FINED 

FAIRCLOTh to test OBSCENITY STATUTE 

OPSCENITY TRIAL POSTPONED UNTIL OEC. 15 

OPSCENITY LAW CONVICTION GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE 

LAMAR UNIV. SPORTS. BASKEIRALL 

STATE ASSISTANT GETS LAMAR JO' 

SPRING LAMB: TRY A TRADITIONAL EASTER FEAST 
PRIZE LAMB 

LANCASTER COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA 
SEE ALSO S.C. 

TWO CAkOLINAS STAMP ANDREW JACKSON CLAI" 

LANCASTER STONE PRODUCTS (BUFFALO, N.Y.I 

COMPANY WILL TRY TO PREVENT JARRING BLASTS 

LAND LOS": PREVENTION PROJECT 
SEE ALSO BLACKS. FARMERS 
SEE ALSO FARMLAND 

LANO LOSS GETS 420,000 

LAND SALES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, LANO SALES 
SEE ALSO PROPERTY DISPUTES 

COUNTY SCHOOLS TO SELL LANU 

A BLOW STRUCK FOR THE HOARY PJCCOON „,,,, 

DURHA- H0ME3UYERS' OILEMMA: LOW INTEREST, HIGH LAND PRICES 

RALEIGH FIRM TO BUILD ORANGE INDUSTRIAL PARK 

GOVERNMENT TO BUY MOUNT CELO LAND 

LANO SALES, CITY- AND COUNTY-OWNED 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, LANO SALES 

SEE ALS" DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, LANO SALES 

COUNTY SCHOOLS TO SELL LAND 

LIBERTY PLAZA PROPOSAL SPURS "ORE INTERESTS 

EOGEMONT INCLUDED IN HCUSING PROGRAM 

PANEL OKS AGREEMENT ON BUILDING , . , , „ „. 

COUNTY SCHOOLS PLAN TO AUCTIO'l 66 ACRES NEAR TRIANGLE PARK 

COUNTY SCHOOLS RECEIVE 35 IN3JIRIES ON LAND SALE 

CITY TO CLEAR WAY FOR HIGHWAY, 3 PARKS 

WEST DURHAM PARK LAND MAY BE SOLO 

LANO SALES. FEOERALLY-OwNEO 



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P«r,e ill 
1/09/17 



SEE ALSO PRIV4TIZATI0N 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/OURHAM AIRPORT. LAND SALES 

WAKE FOREST U«1IVERSITY HWNS FARMER CONSULATE IN VENICF, ITALY 

LAND SALES. PRIVATE-OWNED 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM, PROPERTY SALES 
SEE ALSO EASEMENTS 

TEEO PROPERTY SALE A $70 MILLION DEAL 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

WITTENBERG REFUSES CITY BID ON LAND 

MAYOR: LAND DEAL CAN BE CLOSEO 

'^i^l^. £t'*IE5 DEVELOPER PLUGS OFFICE-TOWER PLANS 

WITTENBERG GETS HIS PRICE 

•RINKY-DINK- IS ONLY IN THE EYE OF BEHOLDER 

CITY TO STUDY WASTE DISPOSAL 

GARAGE LAND APPRAISAL VALUED AT 110 A SO. FT. 

41D-PER-F00T APPRAISAL FOR PARKING REVEALED 

WALKER. ET AL. VS. STATE IN CTURT ON LAND SALE PRICE 

PARKING-LAND DEAL NEEDED OPEN DOORS 

WRONG FORMULA LED TO GARAGE-LAND VALUE 

N.J. COMPANY BUYS FIRST LAND IN TREYUURN PROJECT 

MOUNTAIN RETREAT IS SOLO TO STATE 

DURHAM FIRM BUYS DEVELOPMENT 

HONEY EARMARKED TO PURCHASE LAND 

U.S. TO BUY 1.500 ACRES IN YANCFY 

DEVELOPER TO PAY FINE 

WELLONS FINED OVER "RICE OF LAKE LAND 

GLAXO BUYS RTF LAND 

GROUP WANTS INDUSTRIAL PARK ON FC« LAND 

TEERS SELL LAND FOR COMPLETION OF RESERVOIR 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

LAND PRICES HURTING PROGRESS ON ROADS. BOARD MEMBERS SAY 

0WA5A HOPES TO CLOSE TEER DEAL WEDNESDAY 

LAND SALES. STATE-OWNED 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE PROPERTY OFFICE 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/OURHAM AIRPORT. LAND SALFS 

BUTNER LAND SALE REGULATIONS PROPOSED 

?l!?f'-??S5„5"'5,F*''^ DIDNT TELL HIM SWAMPLAND WAS CONTAMINATED 

ARTS SCHOOL GETS t<.2i.000 FRO^ RETREAT SALE 

UNC BOARD STUDIES PLAN FOR GROWTH AT N.C. STATE 

LAND SURVEYS 

SEE ALSO BOUNDARY DISPUTES 
SEE ALSO SURVEYS 

RALEIGH OFFICIAL DOUBTFUL ABOUT HELPING SURVEY 

SURVEYOR SOUGHT FOR OFFICE PROJECT 

LAND USE 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. LAND USE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY. N.C. LAND-USE PLAN 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY. N.C LAND USE 

SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING 

ill JhiS ORUG?'?JuN?'Y.''S:^^fLA^^Tsl'' '"° "««"''=-" OEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 

GRANVILLE COUNTY TASK FORCE ADOPTS LAND-USE PLAN 

BATTLE LINES DRAWN IN CHEROKEF FOREST DISPUTE 

fS2S?J!;^S'-t°i*5 COMMUNITIES TO USE STUDENTS FOR RESEARCH 

COMMITTEE ENDORSES REPORT ON CITY THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

CITY COUNCIL TO STUDY AREA'S TRAFFIC DEMANDS 

HORRISVILLE PLANS ITS PRIME LOCATION 

MRS. HERON ATTENDS LAND-USE MEETING 

LAND VALUES 

SEE ALSO APPRAISALS 

SEE ALSO FARMLAND. VALUE 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY REVALUATION 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 

TREYBURN LAND'S COST OVERESTIMATED 

DEVELOPER TO PAY FINE 

LANDFILLS, N.C 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY LANDFILL 
SFE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY LANDFILL 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, LA 
SEE ALSO WARREN COUNTY. N.C, LA 

2 N.C. SITES SAID ON NUCLEAR W 

AREA COUNTIES EYE LANDFILL INS 

STATE ASKED TO PROHIBIT BURIAL 

DRY WFLL LEAVES STOVALL WITH H 

FIREMEN CONTROL LANDFILL BLA2F 

ALAMANCE JOINS AREA LANDFILL 5 

GRANVILLE DECIDES STANCES ON N 

FBI INVESTIGATING LANDFILL FIR 

LANDFILL RULES CALLED UNREALIS 

GROUNDWATER LANDFILL RULES ARE 

NUCLEAR WASTE LANDFILL IN WIL' 

HOUSEHOLD HAZAROQUS WASTES S TU 

DURHAM CITY PANEL EXAMINES THR 

CITY EXPLORES DISPOSAL SITE PD 



NDFILLS 

NOFILL 

ASTF STORAGE LIST 

URANCE PROGRAM 

OF NUCLEAR WASTES 
ATER WOES AGAIN 

TUDY PANEL 

UMBER OF RESOLUTIONS 

E 

TIC 

DEFENDED 
ES TAUGHT STATE LESSONS 
DIED 

EE-COUNTY DUMP PROPOSAL 
SSIBILITY 



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LANDFILLS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO DUMPS 

TOWN DUMPS CAN RE PEACHEE PLACES 

LANDLORD-TENANT LEGISLATION 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C 
SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 
SEE ALSO RENTAL PROPERTY 

LAW PROTECTS TENANTS, LANDLORDS 

LANDLORD-TENANT PROBLEMS 
SEE ALSO RENT CONTROL 

LAW PROTECTS TENANTS. LANDLORDS 

LANDLORD ENTITLE TO ASK FOR DEPOSIT 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH RENTING S A" E APARTMENT SEVERAL TIMES 

LANDMARK (NEWSPAPER I 

DESPITE CANCER, WINDSOR PLANS TO PUBLISH HIS FEISTY PAPER AGAIN 

LANDMARK CENTER (RALEIGH, N.CI 

PARK PLANNED FOR BUSINESS AT MORRISVILLE 

LANDMARK COMMUNICATIONS. INC. 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

LANDSCAPING 

SEE ALSO GARDENING, DURHAM 

^^f *k^9 TRIANGLE ASSOCIATION OF LANDSCAPE PROFESSIONALS 

LANDSCAPE DESIGN LECTURE PLANNED 

CHAPEL HILL DEVELOPMENT SNAGGFO AGAIN 

DON'T LITTER NATURE'S BEAUTY 

IT TAKES EXPERTISE: HOME LANDSCAPING BEST LEFT TO PROFESSIONALS 

LANDWRIGHT CORP. 



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I>4-,E i'J 
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OURHAX FIRM BUYS OEVELOPMFNT 

LiNO-lRIGMT «(UYS. "LANS TQ COMPLETE SOUTHE 1 STERN UURH4H DEVELOPMENT 

LANE COMPANY (FURNITURE I 

A GIFT FROM MOTHER TO DAUGHTER 
MlNUFaCTURING GIANT BIOS FOR LANE 

LANE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT CO. ( GREEriSoOKO. N.C.I 
NEW GROWTH TAKING ROOT AT DEAD PLANT 

LANE PUBLISHING CO. 

SEE THOMAS C. LANE PUSiLISHING C? • 

LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO AIN'T 

SEE ALSO BODY LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO CURSING 

SEE ALSO ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

SEE ALSO GRAMMAR 

SFE ALSO L INGUI5TS 

SEE ALSO OXYMORON SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC SPEAKING 

SEE ALSO Slang 

SEE ALSO SPEECH PATHOLOGY 
SEE ALSO WRITING 

PROFESSOR SAYS WORDS CAN GIVE AWAY AGE 

CORRECTION OFFICIAL GIVES SPACEY ANALYSIS OF DEPARTMENT 

WHEN PLURAL. GIVE 'EM CREDIT 

VERBAL POLLUTION 

AWESOME GROWS TIRESOME 

TRY SINCERE CHEERS 

PLAIN TALK FROM REAGAN'S "EN 

LAGNI4PPE IS SOMETHING EXTRA 

A LEXICON FOR POLITICAL STATEMENTS 

INSIDE 

SAY THAT AGa IN 

TO THE "USH-HEAOS: IT AIN'T FAIR 

LET'S REVIVE THIS SINGULAR CROUP 

PHYSICIAN. LINGUIST TRY TO HELP DOCTORS UNOFRSTAMO PATIENTS 

DUKF WRITERS TRY TO UNOERSTAN^ PATIENTS' TERMINOLOGY 

•NEO-TRADS:' ANOTHER MAPISON AVE. FLA SH- IN-ThE-PAN 

EOITI>:g The burfauc'ats 

language was victimized long ago by the greeks 

americans' informality obstacle in teaching 

LAOS 

GOLD "EPCHANT SAYS HE SAW AMERICANS IN LAOTIAN MINES 
FORMER SOLDIER SAYS DEATH PARTY ORDERED TO KILL POwS IN LAOS 
CARRBORO WCAN WANTS INFORMATION ON FATHER REPORTED MISSING IN LAOS 
kETIKED MAJOR FAILS TO APPEAR AT SENATE POw HEARING 

LAOTIAN REFUGEES 

SEE ALSO HMONG PEOPLE 

SEE ALSO REFUGEES 

SEE ALSO VIETNAMESE REFUGEES 

BURKE CO. OFFERS HAVEN FOR HMONG 

DEATH CUTS Short refugee's struggle to build a new life 

FAMILIES FROM LAOS BECOME INDEPENDENT IN NEW HOMES 

lar lubuvitch dance CO. 

LUBOVITCM MATCHES MASTERPIECES 

LAR LUBOVITCH ENCOUNTER JOYFUL OCCASION 

LARCENY 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY. INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

LARGEMOUTH BASS 

SEE ALSO PASS FISHING 

FEW YOU'IG BASS FOUNT IN JORDAN LAKE SURVEY 
N.C. "AY LIMIT BASS SUE AT LAKE 
BIOLOGISTS WORRIED ABOUT BASS IN JORDAN LAKE 
THOMPSON BEATS 'DRUM FEVER' 

LARYNGOTRACHFTITIS 
SEE ALSO POULTRY 
SEE ALSO POULTRY INDUSTRY 

POULTRY VIRUS FOUND IN CHATHA", ALAMANCE 

EXPERTS WORRIED BY POULTRY VIRUS OUTBREAK 

CLEARING THE °ECORD 

POULTRY DISEASE APPEARS TO BE DECLINING IN PIEDMONT 

LASALLE ST. 

ALZHEIMER'S CENTER PLANNED 
BRIDGE OVER FREEWAY 

LASEROCK 

SEE ALSO LASERS 

•LASER POWER' DEBUTS 

LASERS 

SEE ALSO LASEROCK 

SFE ALSO STAR WARS (MILITARY PR1GRAM1 
IN The SPOTLIGHT 
VET SCHOOL'S LASER TREATS ANIMALS 

THE LAST OF THE RED hqT LOVERS (PLAY I 
IN END. 'REO HOT' JUST CHEAP SHOT 

LAST RESORT RESTAURANT ICHAPEL HILL, N.C.I 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE PROBE BREAK-INS AT BUSINESSES 

LATCHKEY CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO Child Care 

SEE ALSO PHONE-4-FRlENO 

PHONC LINE STARTED FOR LATCHKEY CHILDREN 

ROXBORO PROGRAM AIMED AT HELPING L4TCMKEY CHILDREN 

4 PLACE TO GO... LIBRARIANS LEND BOOKS AND PATIENCE 

LATIN 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

ACADEMY STUDENT WINS ADVANCED LATIN HONOR 

N.C. BISHOPS WON'T ALLOW WEEKLY MASSES 

SCHOLARSHIP STARTED FOR LATIN MAJORS 

LATIN MAKING A COMEBACK IN NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOLS 

LATIN AMERICA 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AMERICA 

SOCIOLUGISI: DRUG PROGRAMS FAILING IN THE THIRD WORLD 
HAIG URGES TAKING DRUG WAR 'TO SOURCE' 

LATTA ROAD 

WELL WOES SPUR CALL FOR CITY WATER 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



CHANGED VOTE GIVES SUPPLY STO^ E PANEL'S OK 
VDTE CHANGE TIPS REJONING RULING 

LDWE'S SEEKS pezoning; protest petition invalid 

LOWE'S REZQNING REQUEST GRANTED av CITY COUNCIL 

SPLIT COUNCIL OKS SUPPLY-STORE ZONE 

COUNCIL VOTE CALLED IRREGULAR 

NEIGHBORS SUE TO BLOCK LOWE'S ZONING 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS SUE OVER REZONING FOR LOWE'S 

JUDGE'S INJUNCTION HALTS LOWE'S STORE TEMPORARILY 

RESIDENTS GET INJUNCTION AGAINST LOWE'S BUILDING 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS TRY TO OBTAIN POND 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS MEET BOND 

COURT BLOCKS NEW LDWE'S STORE IN NORTH DURHAM 

COUNCIL WON'T APPEAL RULING 

CITY COUNCIL WON'T APPEAL LOWE'S ZONING REVERSAL 

LATTA ROAD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION 

CnuRT BLOCKS NEW LOWE'S STORE IN NORTH DURHAM 
CITY COUNCIL WON'T APPEAL LOWE'S ZONING REVERSAL 
LOWE'S FILES APPEAL IN DENIED REZONING 
LOWE'S RULING A SHAKY NEIGHBOR VICTORY 
LOWE'S PLAYED BY RULES 
MAYOR ACTED PROPERLY 

LAUGHING CRINOIDS 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

LAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO HUMOR 

LAUGHING YOURSELF TO HEALTH 
UNC PROFS FORM 'HA HA' GROUP 

LAUNDERING MONEY 

SFE ALSO ORGANIZED CRIME (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
NIGERIAN FUNDS. SHAW INVESTIGATED 

LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANERS 

SEE DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRIES 

LAURA DEAN DANCERS AND MUSICIANS 

TWO FAMILIAR DANCE GROUPS TAKING NEW DIRECTIONS 

SHE CONTINUES TO SPIN OUT DANCES 

LAURA DEAN'S WORK SHOWS ARTISTIC GROWTH 

LAURA DFAN REJOINS DANCE. MUSIC 

SPELLBOUND BY LAURA DEAN 

LAUREL HILL. N.C. 

N.C. BOASTS LONGEST STRAIGHT SAIL STRETCH 

LAURINBURG. N.C. 

VICTIMS OF LAURINBURG FIRE IDENTIFIED AS THREE SISTERS 

LAURINBURG-MAXTON AIRPORT 
SEE ALSO AIRPORTS. N.C. 

NEED JETLINER PARTS? CALL AIRPORT IN MAXTON 

LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTE1 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTER ON CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 

SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C. 

CHATHAM, VANCE USE OF MONEY RAPPED 

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S BENEFIT AND RETIREMENT FUND 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES. RETIREMENT PLANS 
SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C. 

SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C RETIREMENT PLANS 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT PROGRAMS 

LOBBYISTS. .WILL SEEK REPEAL OF ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR LAW OFFICERS 

LAW OFFICERS' RETIREMENT PLAN BENEFICIAL 

POLITICS VS. BENEFITS 

EXTRA BENEFITS LAW WORKING. BUT EXODUS CAUSES CONCERN 

LAW ENGINEERING TESTING CO. 

DRILLING FOR SOIL SAMPLES 

CONTRACT FOR SITE TESTING APPROVED FOR ROU 

LAW OF THE SEA 

SEE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON THE LAW OF THE SEA 

LAW WEEK 

LAW WEEK OBSERVED 

LAWN MOWERS 

SEE ALSO GRASS (LAWNI 

TROUBLED CONFESSIONS FROM A NEAT-LAWN FREAK 

HOT WORK 

HOT WORK 

OUSTY DAYS 

WORKINo UNDER A CLOUD 

SPRUCING UP 

GOOD NEIGHBOR 

LITTLE HOUSF ON THE LAWN 

LAWS. N.C. 

SEE N.C. LAWS 



LAWSUIT DAM 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
LAWYER 
MALPRA 
CAP UN 
NO AGR 
JURY A 
ASSEMB 
LAWYER 
VICTIM 
STAGE 
DAMAGE 
MAJOR 
PANEL 
N.C 
SOME H 

study: 

DUKE F 
LEGISL 
JORDAN 
SOME D 
INSIDE 
BILL P 
INSURA 
LIMITS 
DEBATE 
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AGE AWARDS 

INSURANCE RATES 

LIABILITY INSURANCE 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 
S' GREED NOT CAUSE OF SOARING INSURANCE PREMIUMS — DUKE PROF. 
CTICE AWARDS CAP NOT LIKELY 

CONTINGENCY FEES NEEOE? IN N.C. 
EEMENT SEEN ON MALPRACTICE CAPS 

WARDS BRAIN- INJURED WOMAN %l.l MILLION IN TRAIN-CAR WRECK 
LY SHOULD DELAY INSURANCE REFORM PILLS 
S. LOBBYISTS TRAW BATTLE LINES FOR DERATE 
S CALLED 'VICTIMS' IF LIABILITY LAWS CHANGED 
SET FOR LEGISLATIVE FIG'^ ON INSURANCE 

LIMITS FOR MALPRACTICE FACE CHALLENGE 
CIVIL JUSTICE REFORMS PROPOSED 
BACKS LIMITS ON DAMAGE AWARDS 
MOULD HEOUIRc INSURANCE DISCLOSURES 
OPE 'SHORT' SESSION WON'T BE A FULL-COURSE LEGISLATIVE MEAL 

N.C. MALPRACTICE SETTLEMENTS UP 20nt 
YES MALPRACTICE COVERAGE OPTION 
ATORS MUST ACT TO ENO LIABILITY WOES 

LIKES IDEA OF SCRAPPING SHORT SESSIONS 
OCTORS SEEK STATE'S PROTECTION FROM VACCINE SUITS 



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S 2 12/27/86 C 1 N 



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S 2 7/10/86 U 2 P F B71 

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H 2 7/U/86 7 P F W66 

S 2 7/11/86 A 10 P R B7I 



H 2 9/30/86 B 6 P N 
H 2 12/0<./86 C 14 N 

H 2 3/20/86 A 10 N 



H 1 11/15/86 C I 



H 2 11/30/86 C 6 N 

H 2 12/10/66 A 4 L 

H 2 12/16/86 A 4 L 

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ROPOSES MORE AUTHORITY EQR INSURANCE COMMISSIONER 
NCE CHIEF WANTS SAFEGUAaOS FOR CONSUMERS 

ON VACCINE LIABILITY OUESTIONED 

TURNING TOWARD TIGHTER INSURANCE RULES 
NCE COST, NOT TORT REFORM. CONCERNS TAR HEELS. SENATOR SAYS 



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4/30/86 


B 4 


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5/01/86 


A 4 


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5/09/86 


B 1 


N 


L40 


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5/17/86 


A 13 


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5/18/86 


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5/22/86 


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5/23/86 


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N 


L40 


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5/26/86 


A 6 


N 




H 




5/28/86 


A I 


N 


L40 


s 




5/28/86 


A I 


P N 




H 




5/29/R6 


A 4 


L 




H 




6/01/86 


A 1 


C N 


X97 


S 




5/03/86 


A 2 


N 




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6/04/86 


A 1 


N 




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6/U6/86 


A 4 


E 




H 




6/07/86 


A 1 3 


N 




H 




6/07/65 


C 3 


N 




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5/07/85 


A 5 


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T30 


H 




6/10/86 


B 3 


N 




H 




5/10/P5 


C 1 


N 


L40 


H 




5/11/96 


C 1 


N 


L40 


H 




6/13/86 


6 1 


N 


L40 


H 




6/14/86 


C 1 


N 


L40 



HDNIHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

i/oi/eb - ia/3i/'>6 



LEGISLATOR QUESTIONS CAP ON AWARDS 

MALPRACTICE INSURANCE CURE SPARKS DEBATE 

TIME RUNNINr, OUT FOR TORT LAW REFORM 

TORT PEFORM AMENDMENTS EXPECTED 

COMMITTEE VOTFS TO RAISF CAPS ON SUIT AWARDS 

COMMISSIONER'S PQWERt JURY-AWARD CAPS INCREASED 

STATE HOUSE BACKS INCREASED AUTHORITY ON AUTO INSURANCE 

COMMITTEE OKS MEASURE TO LIMIT DAMAGES IN SUITS 

PANEL CHANGES MALPRACTICE. VACCINATION RILLS 

BILL LIMITING MALPRACTICE DAMAGES ON WAY TO SENATE 

DEBATE SCHEDULED TODAY ON TORT REFORM 

POSSI=ILE SHOWDOWN SET ON TQR T REFORM 

PANFL TIES TORT REFORM TO INSURANCE MEASURE , , 

SENATE TENTATIVELY OKS MEASURf TO PROTECT DOCTORS. DRUG MAKERS 

DAMAGE-LIMIT VACCINATION BILL PASSES SENATE BY 37-1 

SENATE APPROVES BILL TO LIMIT COURT AWARD 

SENATE PULLS TORT REFORMS FRC^ MALPRACTICE BILL 

•NO-FAULT- VACCINATION PLAN CRITICIZED 

SENATE-HOUSE SHOWDOWN SET ON VACCINE BILL 

PANEL REMOVES TORT REFORM PROVISIONS ,,,,^ ^l...,^cc 

HOUSE SETS UP CONFRONTATION OVER CIVIL JUSTICE CHANGES 

INSURANCE MEASURES STALLED 

VACCINE MEASURE ENACTED 

CONFEREES CHOSEN ON INSURANCE BILLS 

INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER AUTHORITY 

LEGISLATURE APPROVED ONLY ONE MALPRACTICE PROPOSAL 

SIX ATTORNEYS GENERAL RAP INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

MALPRACTICE STUDY COMMISSION SHIFTS EMPHASIS 

POLL SHOWS VOTERS BACK DAMAGE LIMITS IN SUITS 

EXPERT: TORT REFORM POLL FLAWED ,,,.„.^„ 

MEDICAL SOCIETY'S TORT REFORM POLL OUESTIONEO 

PANEL TO PUSH AGAIN FOR TORT REFORMS 

LAWSUITS. DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. LAWSUITS ,,.,, ,,.,.■, 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

COURT UPHOLDS JUDGMENT AGAINST DUNN 

MINISTER SEEKS 195.000 FROM CHURCH DEACONS 

CHURCH DISMISSES PASTOR; NEW CHURCH IS FORHFD „„,,,, ,, „,,„,, ten 

DURHAM BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEES' SUIT OVER PORNO LAW ARRESTS IS DISMISSED 

FEOERAL JUDGE DISMISSES SUIT BY ADULT-BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEES 

HEARINGS BEGIN IN DURHAM PQRN CASES 

EX-OWNER SUES AMBULANCE FIRM 

CAR DEALERSHIP CHANGES HANDS . ,,,^, 

HOWARD ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR CAR DEALERSHIP'S LIABILITIES 

COURT ALLOWS DURHAM WOMAN TO PROCEED WITH ASBESTOS SUIT 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME SUES FDA. LEDERLE OVER SALE OF DRUG 

WELLCOME SUES FDA. FIRM OVER >JEW DRUG 

NFir.HRORS SUE TO BLOCK LOWE'S ZONING 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS SUE OVER REZONING FDR LOWE'S 

JUDGE'S INJUNCTION HALTS LOWE'S STORE TEMPORARILY 

RESIDENTS GET INJUNCTION AGAIMST LOWE'S BUILDING 

LATTA RCAO RESIDENTS TRY TO OBTAIN BOND 

SCHOOL RESTRAINED FROM DISMISSING STUDENT 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS MEET BOND 

JUDGE BLOCKS DISMISSAL 

GROUP DROPS PLAN FOR TRFYBUPN SUIT 

ENO ASSOCIATION WILL DUCK LAWSUIT 

JUDGE BACKS BAN ON PUPIL DISMISSAL 

LAWSUIT AGAINST LEARY IS RESOLVED 

COURT UPHOLDS n MILLION JUDGMENT ,„r,„„r.o 

NEW HOMES FOUND DEFECTIVE: CONSULTANT SAYS TROUBLE WIDESPREAD 

SECOND LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST KEY HOMES 

LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST BUILDER 

SSS^^AViS^'SrS^uVF^t^lfLl^rc'^SNCIL OKS CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM BOUNDARY.. 

DURHAM. CHAPEL HILL END ANNEX SQUABBLE 

CHAPEL HILL WELCOMES ANNEXED AREA 

TRAUMATIC CUSTODY FIGHT MAY BE COUNTY'S LONGEST 

HASTING TAX MONEY 

COUNCIL AGREES TO SETTLE LAWSUIT 

CITY AGREES TO SETTLE SUIT 

PAIR AWARDED ta<..<.00 IN COLLECTION AGENCY SUIT 

SOCIAL SERVICES SEARS BURDEN OF SILENCE 

DEVELOPER TO PAY FINE , , 

LAWYER SAYS DEVELOPER RECEIVED WORK CHECKS 

HORNER SAYS CONTRACT WAS "GREATEST MISTAKE' 

DFVELOPFR SAYS LAWYERS FIRED HIM 

WHAT DID SUITS COST' SETTLEMENTS ARE ELUSIVE rn.:cT 

REPUTATIONS OF KOREAN RESEARCHER. DUKE COLLIDE IN COURT 

BPODIE SAYS NEWS REPORTS MISQUOTED HIM 

SOME CLAIMS DISMISSED IN SUIT AGAINST DUKE 

JUDGE DROPS DEFENDANT IN LAWSJIT AGAINST DUKE „,r,,nr.cT 

JUDGE CUTS 560.000. LEAVES t I. 1 3 "ILLION OF AWARD TO BIOLOGIST 

CREST STREET LAWYERS LOSE COU' T FIGHT ON LEGAL FEES 

COURT BLOCKS NEW LOWE'S STORE IN NORTH DURHAM 

FAIRCLOTH TO TEST OBSCENITY STATUTE 

LOwE'S RULING A SHAKY NEIGH8U' VICTORY 

BOARD UPDERFO TO REVIEW TEACHER'S FIRING 

LAWSUITS. INTERNATIONAL 

BHOPAL NO LEGAL SPORT 

LAWSUITS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO LIBEL 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO PRISONERS. N.C. LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/0URH4M AIRPORT, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO. LAWSUITS 

. "NFi'-pHRN^LAW UPHELD t ' ^'ic^'^i Ij UDGE REJECTS CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE 
STATE BANKS GROW PY 13%; CONSIDERED 'HEALTHY- 
JUDICIAL ELECTION SUIT UNRESOLVED AS FILING OPENS 
LASHLFY CONVICTED QF DISTRIBUTING UNSIGNED FLIERS 
PTL PLANE IMPOUNDED IN CHARLOTTE 

SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW CREST ST. LEGAL FEES CASE 
CHARLOTTE WOMAN IS AWARDED il. 2 MILLION FOR INJURIES 
INMATES FLOODING FEDERAL COURTS WITH SUITS „„^ ...,,. r ,r,M<: 

JUDGE REFUSES TO DISMISS PARI OF EEC SUIT AGAINST ORGANIZATIONS 
LAWSUITS FILED OVER TRAIN-CAR COLLISION 
WHAT AN ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS SUIT! (CARTOONl 
LAWSUIT FILED OVER SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION ACTION 
WOMAN JOINS LAWSUIT ON POWS. SAYING GOVERNMENT LIED TO HER 
ALAMANCE WOMAN FILES SUIT FOR H3.8 MILLION 
<. N.C. BOTTLERS PITTED AGAINST COKE AND PEPSI 

JACKSON SAYS BLACKS TO SUE OVFR ELECTIONS .,,,,,,, nco.oTMCMT 
STATE PLANS TO SUBMIT ELECTION INFQRMATIUN TO JUST I CE DEPARTMENT 
LAWYERS: GOVERNMENT NOT NECESSARILY DISPUTING POH CLAIMS 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDtX BV SUBJECTS 



PAGe S^S 



1/01/86 - 12/31/B5 - - - l/ug/a? 



»2 MILLION LAWSUIT FILED OVER DEATH OF JAIL INMATE 

FEDERAL ATTORNEYS URGE POH LA,VSUIT BE ORQPPFD 

LAWYERS AGREE POwS COULP STILL I^E IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 

COURT OISMISSFS SUIT OF HOSPITAL MANAGER 

VIRGINIA OKS PIPELINE DESIGN PACT 

HISSING IN ACTION: AFTER 20 Y5ARS. WIFE AND FRIEND OF POW WAIT... 

POH LAWSUIT PLAINTIFFS SEEKING EVIDENCE 

GROUP LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR SUPPORT OF POH PROBE „ ^ j,j„,no a ,. 

MONEY-RAISERS RAISE OUESTIONS H I V/inAl 1 I T N A S<. 

COLLINS (. AIKMAN IS SUING ROxnORO OVER HATER LOSS H 1 3/N/B? h 1 N 5 n? 

!^l''JJ^¥rI°„^'-^fnii5^';?!;''= tOVERMOR WILL CONTEST LAw LIMITING EXEC. POWER " " ^<-'-<-' '^ ' ^ ^ ^^ 

WE GOTTA no SOMETHING APOUT THE GOVERNOR'S ARROGANCE... (CARTOON! 

WILKES COUNTY SUING COMPANY OVER REVALUATION """"'-'=••• '>-"'>iiJu™' 

MARTIN SAYS HE DOESN'T FEAR RFTALIATION FOR FILING SUIT 

ROSE SAYS QUESTIONS RAISED ABOUT STABILIZATION INVENTORY 

BIGAMY SUIT FILED AGAINST FORMER DAVIDSON BASKETBALL STAR 

LET GOVERNOR GOVERN 

ANTI-TORACCO GROUP CLAIMS ASBESTOS-CANCER STUDY FOUND 

ANOTHER LAWSUIT FILED OVER COLLAPSE OF DAM 

ROSE SAYS MILITARY SHOULD INSPECT AIRCRAFT IT CHARTERS 

WILSON COUNTY VOTES TO ACCEPT ELECTION PLAN 

SUIT AGAINST ROXBORO HAS BEEN DROPPED 

MOTHER'S SUIT BLAMES RAILROAD FOR DEATH OF J-YEAR-OLD SON 

HEARING CONTINUED IN CHURCH DISPUTE 

CHURCH FIGHT LEADS TO TRESPASS CHARGE „ ^ -,, il,-o mi--, 

COMPROMISE REACHED TO SETTLE CHURCH DISPUTE H 1 Z/ii/al ST N SBO 

£M?,5coS:''S5i^'.J.?";?°^ ''°'' ""'"^ °'^ LFGISLATIVE STUDY PANEL AGENDA H 2 <,/l3/Sb CI N A5<i 

BuSINESSHIGHLIGHTS '"" .-_.- 

TWO OXFORD RESIDENTS SUE OVER ACCIDENT 

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR IN N.C. DIVORCE CASE 

CONGREGATION URGED TO QUIT CONVENTION 

SUPREME COURT TO HEAR EXTENSION SERVICE CASE 

CREEQMOOR SUIT MAY BE HEARD IN CIVIL COURT 

12 MILLION LAWSUIT FRED AGAINST FORMER PRINCIPAL 

PRINCIPAL SUED FOR t2 MILLION 

GLENN MILLER SAYS POLITICAL MOTIVES BFHINO CLAIMS 

PILOT WINS HOD. 000 IN LAWSUIT 

TAX STRUCTURE. BUDGET CUTS CITED AS KEY ISSUES 

MILLER'S GROUP TO DROP FIREARMS TRAINING 

PEPSI SUIT settled: coke goes to trial 

WASHINGTON GROUP SETTLEMENTS APPROVED 

ELON COLLEGE WOMAN SUES MAN CONVICTED OF BEATING 

TRUCKING COMPANY'S SUIT AGAINST BELK'S DISMISSED 

WOMAN SUES BEAUTY SALON FOR SI 10. 000 

JURY AHARns BPAIN-INJUREO WOMAN « 1 . ■) MILLION IN TRAIN-CAR WRECK 

FUND-RAISER RESTRICTIONS STRUCK DOHN 

N.C. MENTAL CARE RULING UPHEL:) 

COURT BACKS MENTAL CAPE CASE =ULING 

REVIEH GROUP NOT TARGET OF HOIAN'S LAWSUIT 

MAJOR CIVIL JUSTICE REFORMS PROPOSED 

CHARLOTTE LAHYERS FILE SUIT TO HAVE PRISON TORN DOWN 

TWO INMATES FILE SUIT TO CLOSE CRAGGY PRISON 

LJWYEPS NOT SURE WHEN 17 LAWSUITS IN GREENE CO. BUS TRAGEDY TO BE HEARD 

study: N.C. MALPRACTICE SETTLEMENTS UP 200» 

SOME DOCTORS SEEK STATE'S PROTECTION FROM VACCINE SUITS 

WOUNDED OFFICER SUES THE ESTATE OF HIS ASSAILANT 

COURT ASKED TO HALT ELECTION OF JUDGES 

COURT GRANTS NEW HEARING ON SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS 

LIMITS ON VACCINE LIABILITY OUESTIONED 

HILLSnORQUGH MAN WINS SUIT 

FEDERAL JUDGES OK REDRAWN N.C. DISTRICTS 

PIEDMONT TECH'S COX MUM ON GRIEVANCE. FIRING 

SENATE TENTATIVELY OKS MEASURE TO PROTECT DOCTORS. DRUG MAKERS 

PEPSI PAID 41.5 MILLION TO SETTLE SUIT 

ROXBORO FILES ITS ANSWER To LAWSUIT 

ROXBORO DENIES RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAM BREAK 

SHERIFF SUES TO KEEP RECORDS ZLOSEO AT JAIL 

LETTER TO 'MR. JUSTICE' LEADS TO STATE LAWSUIT 

INSURANCE COMPANIES CRITICIZE BILL 

FANFARE: STATE PLAYER SUES 

VACCINE MEASURE ENACTED 

BILL APPROVED TO ALLOW SUITS FOR CRIME ASSETS 

LEGISLATURE OUITS FOR WEEKEND; CLOSE ON SEVFRAL ISSUES 

LAWSUIT AGAINST JIM HUNT SHOULD HAVE BEEN DISMISSED. COURT PULES 

ATTORNEY FOR ASTRONAUT'S FAMILY SAYS LAWSUIT WILL PROMOTE SAFETY 

REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. DISPUTES CLAIMS 

KLAN COMBAT TRAINING OESCRIBEP 

FORMER GREEN PERETS DROPPED FROM POW SUIT 

LAHYERS FOR MARTIN, COUNCIL OF STATE SWAP CHARGES 

DEES UNDERSTANDS YET PURSUES KLAN 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL TRANSFER ISSUE SURFACES AGAIN 

FEDERAL JUDGE CLEARS WAY FOR v|.C. PESTICIDE TRIAL 

CHAPEL HILL COUPLE WINS AGENCY LAWSUIT 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST MARTIN ON COURT ISSUE 

N.C. QUESTIONS EFFECTS UPSTREAM OF PROPOSED PIPELINE 

SUIT PELAYS MEDICAL EXAMINERS HEARING 

FAMILY OF INMATE WHO SUFFOCATED FILES t3 MILLION CLAIM 

PLASTICS FIRM IS SUING 3* COCA-COLA BOTTLERS 

63 EARLY RETIREES FILE SUIT A3AINST AMERICAN TOBACCO 

VA. CITY TELLS N.C. NOT TO BE STINGY WITH HATER 

PARENTS HIN RULING ON SCHOOL TRANSFERS 

«6 MILLION SUIT FILED AGAINST STORE, MANAGER FOR ALCOHOL SALES... 

U.S. CHALLENGES SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS 

GOLDSBORO COUNCILMAN FACES EMPEZZLING CHARGE 

MARTIN LOSES VETO SUIT 

JUDGE HALTS SUIT BY GOLDSBORO CITY COUNCILMAN 

MARTIN TO APPEAL COURT'S DECISION ON HIS AUTHORITY 

SUITS NAME FORMER DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

BRODIE PREDICTS DISMISSAL UF SUIT AGAINST HIM 

BRQOIE: SEX-HI TH-P AT I ENT S COMPLAINTS PROBED 

EDEN GROUP IS SUING DEVELOPER 

DEVELOPER LOSES BROKER'S LICENSE AFTER LAND DEAL 

BOARD PROBES COMPLAINTS VS. EX-OUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

BRODIE DEPOSITION SAYS BRESSLER'S PATIENTS ISOLATED 

CASWELL BOARD DEFENDS VOTING SYSTEM 

VANCE MAN SUES OVER OIS»'ISSAL 

^J;2"'$^ nurses: OFFICIALS SAID OBEY MEDICINE ORDERS 

REPORT: NURSES COMPLAINED APO'IT DRESSLER 

DUKE TRUSTEES PONDER SRESSLER SUIT 

NORTH STATE DIRECTOR SUES OVER AMOUNT PAID FUR StL ASSN. 

BURLINGTON LOOKING FOR LIABILITY INSURANCE 

PROFESSOR IS SUING UNC BOARD 3F GOVERNORS 

SUIT MAY BLOCK VOTE ON N.C. JUDGES 

JUDICIAL PACES DELAY SEEN IF INJUNCTION GRANTED 

SUIT DISMISSED IN IBM SHOOTING CASE 

OnCTOR: TREATMENT CAUSED INSAMITY 

BRESSLEP SUIT CHALLENGES REJE:TED 

SUPREME COURT ORDERS TRIAL IN HOLLEY FAMILY'S BRAIN DAMAGE LAWSUIT 

CIVIL SUIT OVER CONTRACT DISMISSED 

SCHOOL OF ARTS STEVENS CENTER DISPUTE SETTLED 

SUIT CLAIMS PENSION FUNDS MISUSED 

BLACKS, INUIAN FILE SUIT TO HALT JUDICIAL ELECTIONS 

CHURCH FIGHTS BACK ON CHILD LIBOR 

FORMER PRISONER SUES OVER HARSH INTERROGATION 

DAVIDSON SHERIFF SAYS t2<. MILLION SUIT POLITICAL PLOY 





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MONTHLY/A 



SUBJECTS 



UNC OOOEREO TO FR?£ REPORTS 

JUDGE REFUSES TO HALT JUDICIAL VOTE 

BURLINGTON COWPANV SUES EX-EHPLOYEES OVER SECRETS 

LAWYERS DISAGREE ON DUKE SUIT 

UNC MUST OPEN ATHLETIC REPORTS 

53 HOSPITALS FILE LAWSUIT ON '<EOICARE 

LAWSUIT: N.C. PRISONS UNFIT FIR HUMANS 

PARK OFFICIALS TOLD OF GUARDS AGAINST LAWSUITS 

SUIT CHARGES OfOCRATS ORDERED FIRED 

COMPANY GETS PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION 

RADIO STATION FACES LAWSUIT 

CHANGE OF VENUE GRANTED ON SUIT 

SAVINGS AND LOAN BEING SUED OVER HANDLING OF LOAN 

PARENTS OF ><UROOCH RESIDENTS FILE SUIT SEEKING IMPROVEMENTS 

53 N.C. HOSPITALS JOIN MEDICARE SUIT 

OFFICIAL: MEDICARE SUIT WON'T AFFECT CARE COSTS 

JUDGE PPOHIPITS EXPANDING PARK FOR MOBILE HOMES 

COUPLE SUES CHARLOTTE "COUNSELOR* 

SEX COMPLAINT DISMISSED 

COUNTRY CLUB ORDERED TO PAY SOOO.OOO FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT 

SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS HEARINGS MAY BENEFIT 60,000 

SUIT CHALLENGES SCHOOL BOARD CHANGES IN 22 N.C. COUNTIES 

SPI DENIES FORCING CONFESSION 

STATE TROOPERS FOUND INNOCENT OF CHARGES 

COURTS REJECT BRITT'S INJUNCTION REQUEST 

COBLE DECLARED WINNER BUT SUIT PENDING 

DUKE POWER SUIT HIKES PROPERTY VALUE 

LAWSUITS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 

DAY-CARE CENTER OBJECT OF SUIT 

DAY CAKE CENTER EXPRESSES REG'ET OVER GIRL'S INJURY 
JUDGE TO BE ASKED TO EXTEND 0^ DER ON COKER PROPERTY 
HEARING SLATED ON COKER LAND 

LUMBER WORKER HURT IN ACCIDENT SUES EQUIPMENT MAKER 
■ FIREMFN DROP SUIT AGAINST TOWN MANAGER 
MAN HURT IN MISHAP SUES MANUFACTURER 
FIREFIGHTERS WITHDRAW SUIT AGAINST TAYLOR 
OIL COMPANY SUES OVER USE PERMIT 
OFF-DUTY OFFICER'S ARREST BRIMG5 SUIT 
JUDGE RULES AGAINST BARRETT IN COKER ESTATE SUIT 
SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PR1PERTY SUIT 
EX-HISS NORTH CAROLINA LOSES SUIT 
SLAVE CEMETERY STILL IN LEGAL LIMPO 
CONDOMINIUM BUILDERS SUED BY HOMEOWNERS 
I DOCTORS, 2 NURSES SUED OVER DEATH 

INVESTORS SUE PUBLISHER; SAY HOOK HAS BEEN ALTERED 
BOOK INVESTORS SUE CARRBORO PUBLISHER 
REASON FOR LAWSUIT UNCLEAR 
EX-OFFICER FILES COUNTERSUIT 

JUUGE SAYS TOWN WRONG TO SET SPECIAL CONDITIONS ON USE PERMIT 
CONSTRUCTION FIRM SUES 
PU2A CO. SUED FOR »l l/<, MILLION 
ESTATE SUING CENTEL, AMBULANCE FIRM 

JURY RULES OUKE POWER MUST PAY: HILLSBOROUGH MAN WINS 1600,000. 
OWNERS OF BUILDING GO TO COURT SEEKING TO EVICT MASSAGE PARLOR 
SUIT CLAIMS COUPLE LIBELED 
ELLENBORU MAH SUING DUKE POWER CO. 
RUTHERFORD MAN IS SUING UTILITY FOR NEGLIGENCE 
BREATH TEST PROMPTS SUIT 
CITIES TRY TO SETTLE ANNEXATION SPAT 
WID"W SUES MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY 
S763.617 JUDGMENT OVERTURNED 
DEifELOPER SUING TOWN OVER LAND 
SUIT CHALLENGES ANNEXATION 
SUIT SEEKS ANSWER ON DISPUTED LAND 

CHAPEL HILL SEEKS GO-AHEAO F0» MAJORITY OF ANNEXATION 
WALKER, OTHERS RECEIVE $95,000 LAND SETTLEMENT 
STOP OOSEMARY SQUARE PROJECT, SUIT DEMANDS 
ANNEXATION TO GO AHEAD 

SUIT EXPECTED 10 STALL BONOS FOR ROSEMARY SOUARE PROJECT 
DYING MAN SUES FIRM OVER INSURANCE POLICY 
COURT ORDERS EVICTION OF MASSAGE BUSINESS 
ANNEXATION LEGAL, TOWN ATTORNEY SAYS 
CHAPEL HILL LAWYER SAYS ANNEXATION OK 
ROSEMARY SQUARE DEVELOPER SEEKS ANOTHER EXTENSION 
HILLSBOROUGH REGAINS OLD SLAVE CEMETERY 
REPORTS SAY FIRE CHIEF DREW SUSPENSION 
MOTION FILED FOR DISMISSAL OF ROSEMARY SOUARE SUIT 
OIRT ROAU TO RESERVOIR ENDS IN COURT 
MARE'S INJURY BASIS OF LAWSUIT 

JUDGE DENIES REQUEST IN DISPUTE OVER LLOYO ESTATE 
ADAM C fvE LAWYERS ASK DISMISSAL OF CHARGES 
LAWYERS SEEK DISMISSAL OF ROSEMARY SQUARE SUIT 
JUDGE HEARS ARGUMENTS ON RUSE'^ARY SQUARE 
JUDGE DECIDES ROSEMARY SQUARE WITHIN THE LAW 
WELLONS WANTS NEW U.S. TO COMPLEX 
JUDGE TO RULE AGAINST ZONING «CTION 

JUDGE SIGNS RULING ON ROSEMARY SQUARE: IT'S CONSTITUTIONAL 
LAND PURCHASE ON AGENDA IN CHAPEL HILL 
JURY TO DECIDE TOWN'S LIABILITY IN BRUTALITY SUIT 

LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO CLASS ACTION SUITS 

SEE ALSO GASOLINE TANKS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO L IBEL 

SFE ALSO MgDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO SUBPOENAS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO TORT SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO WRONGFUL LIFE SUITS 

WHO'S SUING WHOM? 

LIIIGATIUN EXPLOSION 

THERE'S BETTER WAY TO HANDLE FRIVOLOUS SUITS 

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THE OALKON SHIELD... I AD I 

TORT SYSTEM OFF CENTER 

REPUBLICAN LAWYER CONTESTS JUDGE APPOINTMENT LAW 

<• TOBACCO GROWERS FILE SUIT OVER REBATES TO COMPANIES 

LAWSUIT AGAINST BAPTIST BODY A FIRST 

JONES: INSURANCE WOES WIDESPREAD 

LACK OF CONFIDENCE KEY TO INSURANCE WOES 

MORE THAN EARTH SHOOK IN GEORGIA THIS WEEK 

GEORGIA RIGHTS A WRONG 

LIABILITY SUITS CLIMB 

AWARD LIMITS COULD EASE INSURANCE CRUNCH 

UNREASONABLE DAMAGES ONE KEY TO LIABILITY CRISIS 

IMMUNITY NOT ENTITLED 

HAIRDRESSER INSURANCE COULD NEED TRIMMING 

JURY AWARD SHOWS WHY CAP ON DAMAGES NEEDED , , , 

TRIAL DATE FOR SUIT AGAINST LC M SPU'S DROP IN TOBACCO STOCKS 

LIBEL SUITS WILL BE SUBJECT OF PANEL DISCUSSION AT DUKE 

EXPERTS DEBATE LIBEL LAW AT OJKE 

FUR TO FLY IN LAWSUIT 





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N H U H L 
l/ni/86 



I N 3 E X 
W/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



= Ar,E iiT 
l/OT/n? 



WEATHER FORECASTS ARE VITAL TO MANY PEOPLE 

KLAN: MARINES HELPED WITH SUPPLIESf TRAINING 

FORECASTERS' WORK SAIO STATE-OF-THE-ART 

INSIDE 

THORN'lURG FILES SUIT TO BLOCK RULING ON JUDGES' ELECTIONS 

PANEL TO HEAR POW CLAIMS 

ASTRONAUT'S WIDOW FILES DAMAGE LAWSUIT 

PANEL CHAIRMAN NOT IMPRESSED WITH EVIOE 

INJURY COOLS BUONICONTI FOOTBALL FEVER 

LAWSUIT ON TOBACCO REBATES DISMISSED 

TEXTILE UNION SUING HURDOCK OVER PENSIC 

COVERING UP READING HANDICAP WAS WRONG 



5ENCE OF POWS IN ASIA 



. . . ON FUND 

LUVtKinJU UK KtAUlNU MANUILAK WAS WRONG 
ARGUMENTS NEXT WEEK IN PIPELINE SUIT 
PARENTS CHALLENGE TEXTBOOK BAN 
BANNING OF BOOK PROMPTS SUIT 

LAWYER-CLIENT PRIVILEGE OF CONF IDE^J T I AL I TY 
SEE ALSO PRIVACY 

UNC PROF: LAWYERS SHOULDN'T TESTIFY 

LAWYER FEES 

SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 

LAWYERS' GREED NOT CAUSE OF SDAPING INSURANCE PREMIUMS — DUKE PROF. 

CAP ON CONTINGENCY FEES NEEDED IN N.C. 

TAX STRUCTURE. BUDGET CUTS CITED AS KEY ISSUES 

LAWYERS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION 

BAR ADOPTS RULES FOR PROVIDINS EFFECTIVE LAWYERS FOR INDIGENTS 

SHULTS: LEGAL RIGHTS GUARDIAN FOR CHILDPEN, BATTERED WOMEN 

DEPUTY ATTORNEY RECALLS CHANGES. CHALLENGES 

LAWYER FACES DWI CHARGE AFTER WRECK 

LEGAL ADVISER 'RETURNS HOME' 

DURHAM LAWYER ARRESTED FOR FATAL GUILFORD SHOOTING 

DURHAM LAWYER HAKES COURT APP=ARANCE ON MURDER CHARGE 

TANGLE: SCHEME THAT TURNED SOUR HAY HAVE LED TO SHOOTING 

TANGLE: FRIENDS SURPRISED AT SANDERS' ARREST 

TANGLE: VICTIM IDENTIFIED BAN'iNG SCHEME'S MYSTERY HAN 

TANGLE: SON SAYS BROWN TRYING TO GET MONEY BACK WHEN HE WAS SLAIN 

GAMBINO: THEY WFRE GOING TO RIP ME OFF 

HEARING FOR DURHAM LAWYER POSTPONED 

DURHAM LAWYER'S HEARING RESCHEDULFD FOR MAY 27 

FBI TO PROBE ROBERTS FIRM 

DURHAM LAWYER HEADS ACADEMY 

BOND DENIED LAWYER ACCUSED OF MURDER 

FORMER NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN GETS AWARD 

DURHAM LAWYER NAMED TO POST 

ATTORNEY NAMED IN SUM"ONS 

DURHAM ATTORNEY INDICTED IN GUILFORD 

BAR REINSTATES DURHAM ATTORNEY 

AMERICA'S STRENGTH IS THE DIVERSITY OF ITS PEOPLE... (ADI 

LAWYERS OPPOSE EFFORT TO OUST MAYOR 

LAWYERS PUBLISH STATEMENT BACKING DUHHAM'S MAYOR 

GULLEY'S FRIENDS HAVE DISTORTED LANGUAGE IN PROCLAMATION 

DURHAM LAW FIRM TO MERGE INTO ONE OF LARGEST IN STATE 

LARGEST DURHAM, CHARLOTTE LAW FIRMS PLAN TO MERGE 

DOSSIER: ALLSTON J. STUBBS 

ATTORNEYS HONORED a 

•A LIFER': HAPPY LAWYER HAS JOB HE BELIEVES IN, TRYING TO SAVE CONDEMNED H 

LAWYERS, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ETHICS 

LAWYER'S LICENSE LIFTED FOR 6 MONTHS 

LICENSE IS SUSPENDED 

DISBARRED LAWYER LOSES APPEAL TO RECOVER LICENSE 

DURHAM ATTORNEY SUSPENDED FRQM PRACTICE FOR 2 YEARS 

LAWYER SUSPENDED 

LAWYER ACCUSED OF VIOLATING E'<PLOYHENT SECURITY LAW 

BAR REINSTATES DURHAM ATTORNEY 

STATE BAR REINSTATES DURHAM LAWYER 

LAWYER GETS 25 YEARS IN MURDER 

LAWYER FACES DWI CHARGE 

LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COURT-APPOINTED LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. N.C, 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF DEFENSE ATTORNEYS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ATTURNFYS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. SUPREME COURT 

PROSECUTOR LEADER IN WINNING DEATH SENTENCES 

GROUP SENDS PAPER OUTLINING OBJECTIONS TO CURRIN NOMINATION 

THINKING ABOUT SWITCHING CAREERS? 

HOOF IS NAMFO TO BOARD 

THE LAST THING LAWYERS WANT IS AN IMPARTIAL JURY 

LAWYER BLAMED IN ORDER GRANTI>4G NEW RAPE TRIAL 

GROUP OF LAWYERS EYE LEGAL CHALLENGES TO PLANT 

CITY ATTORNEY 'RUNS METER' IN INTERVIEWS 

LAWYER FINDS HISTRIONICS DRAW CROWDS AT FESTIVAL 

JUDGE TC LOOK AT LEGAL ASPECTS OF EMUEZZLING LAW 

NUCLEAR PLANT EMPLOYEES OFFER=D FREE LEGAL ADVICE 

DURHAM LAW FIRM TO MERGE INTO ONE OF LARGEST IN STATE 

LARGEST DURHAM, CHARLOTTE LAW FIRMS PLAN TO MERGE 

POLICE THWART ROBBERY-ASSASSINATION PLOT 

LAWYERS FOR CONDEMNED SAY EXECUTIONS DEVASTATING 

LEGAL-AID PROGRAM PLANNING BA'JOUET 

MEDIAN NET WORTH OF AVERAGE U.S. HOUSEHOLD IN 132.000 



LAWYERS. N.C. UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ETHICS 

STATE BAR DISCIPLINES TWO LAWYERS 
LAWYER SENTENCED 




LAWYERS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATITN 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO PARALEGAL 

SEE ALSO U.S. ATTORNEYS 

WHO'S SUING WHOM? 

LACK OF CONFIDENCE KEY TO INSURANCE WOES 



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6/01/86 

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3/28/86 >) 
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10/20/86 A '. 
10/31/86 B 7 
12/11/86 A 14 
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MONTHLV/AN 



NUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - U/31/flt) 



SUBJECTS 



UNRFASOMABLE DAMAGES ONE KEY TO LlABILITr CPI5IS 

UNC PBQf: LAWYERS SHOULDN'T TESTIFY 

LAWYERS LIBEL THEMSELVES 

CONSUMER SPENOING AT CHRISTMAS MAY RISE ONLY <.-5t 



LAHYERSi 
N.J 



U.S.t UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
. OFFICIAL FACES DRUG CHAR-IES 



DATE 

J/l^i/So 

8/11/86 

8/2»)/86 

11/16/86 



H J \Z/Z7/»b B 



>AOc 5nj 
I/0<'/H7 



ERA'S GETTING LEAD OUT GOES BEYOND GASOLINE 
UNIVERSITY LAKE DAYS NUMBERED. "ROFESSOR WARNS 

\>\n \.ll'^i^''\i'td%fl^1>l\-r^°l\l THE USE OF LEAD SOLDER IN PLUMBING 

DURHAM TESTS HATER FOP LEAD 

LEAD IN ENVIRONMENT LINKED TO CHILDRENS' HEARING LOSS 

'"^'sFE°ALSo'ouKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. POISON CONTROL CENTER 
SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 
SFE ALSO POISONINGS. N.C. 

EPA PANEL BOGGED DOWN BY QUESTIONS 

LEAD PELI'VEO MORE RISKY FOP WHITE M4LES. ".0-59 

EPA'S GETTING LEAD OUT GOES BEYOND GASOLINE 

LEAD IN WATER 

SCIENTISTS SHARE INFORMATION 

LATEST ROUND FIRED IN LEAD SHOT CONTROVERSY 
PHASE-OUT PLAN TO GET LEAD (SHOT! OUT BY "Jl 
N.C. FISHING. HUNTING COSTS SET TO SOAR 

THE LEADER (NEWSPAPERl 
RTP PUBLISHER DIES 

'LEADER' PUBLISHER RQY RABON. "iP 
A FRIEND'S UNTIMELY DEATH 
VILLAGE COMPANIES TO BUY 'LEAOER' 
MRS. KNOX STILL A PART OF 'THE LEADER' 

LEADERSHIP 

SFE ALSO BENJAMIN N. DUKE LEADERSHIP AWARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C. LEADERSHIP FORUm . , „ ^ 

TO BE LEADER. SAYS MILLIONAIRE, LOOK LIKE LFADER. ACT LIKE ONE 

RFYNOLDS FOUNDATION SEEKS SAI>4TS AT GRASSROOTS LEVEL 

WOMEN HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP 

LFADEBSHIP A CRITICAL INGREDIENT, S.C. GOVERNOR SAYS 

LEADERS NEED TO DELEGATE SOME DUTIES 

N.C. PEOPLE HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP 

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR WOMEN 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. CAREERS 
WOMEN TEACH BY EXAMPLE 

LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUOUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
SFE ALSO MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 

MINORITY STUDENTS LEARNING BUSINESS BASICS AT DUKE 

THE LEADS CLUB 

INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS 

LEAF TOBACCO EXPORTERS ASSOCIATION 

PROTECTION, HIGH PRICES THREATEN TOBACCO SALES, LEAF OFFICIALS SAY 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, CHAPEL HI LL -CARRBORO 
ORANGE MAY DROP USE CHANGE 
LEAGUE TO HOLD CANDIDATES FORUM 
CANDIDATES IN FORUM TODAY 

CANDIDATES' CnuNTOOWN: CONFLICT OF INTEREST AIRED AT FORUM 
ACCESSIBILITY AGREEMENT NOTED BY DA CANDIDATES 
SHERIFF. CHALLENGER DISAGREE ON DEPUTIES 
WOMEN'S LEAGUE TO HOLD MEETIN5 
LEAGUE TO HOLD SESSION ON BONDS 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, DURHAM 

WOMEN VOTERS ISSUE TREYBURN POSITION 

COMMISSIONER RAPS TREYBURN LETTER 

HAMNEP: 'VOCAL CLIOUE' IS ANT! -TREYBURN 

DEVELOPER AGREEABLE TO TREYBURN CHANGES 

COUNTY CLOSES TREYBURN MEETING 

PANEL ON EDUCATION AT NCSSM THURSDAY 

MONEY ISSUES TOP FORUM ON EDUCATION 

COUNTY'S PROPOSAL ON BOND REPAYMENT RAPPED AT FORUM 

BOND IS^UF FORUM DRAWS CRITICISM 

LEAGUE FORUM FOR CANDIDATES I? TONIGHT 

LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES' ACCORD ENDS VERY QUICKLY 

CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY BOARD URGES REJECTION OF BONDS 

CANDIDATE RAPS BONO ISSUE 

'PORK BARRELL' POLITICS SPARKS IRE AT FORUM 

HEAPING SLATED TONIGHT ON ' 2 OT 5 ' LAND-USE PLAN _ 

RALEIGH, WAKE GREENWAY SYSTEM BUILD WITH HELP FROM VOLUNTEERS 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS. N.C. 

PRE-ELECTION COVERAGE PRAISED 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, ORANGE COUNTY 

BOARD MEMBER WILLING TO DROP PU-^H FOR ZONE 

LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, LEARNING 

SEE ALSO DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 

SEE ALSO DYSLEXIA 

SEE ALSO WORD-BLIND 

PARENTS BACK SCHOOL FOR LEARNING DISABLED 

SPECIAL STUDENT CARE LACKING . , ,,,,, 

SHE HELPS CHILDREN WO'^K WITH, OVERCOMF LEARNING DISABILITIES 

SCHOOL PROGRAM'S COST PUT AT $2<.0,000 

WORKSHOP FOCUSES ON SPECIAL ETUCATION 

HOME EDUCATION HELPS CHILD ADVANCE 

UNC STUDY DISPUTES CAUSE OF LEARNING PROBLEM 

'WORD-BLIND' GRAHAM HAN FINOS SUCCESS AT N.C. STATE 

GRAHAM MAN WITH DYSLEXIA SUCCESSFUL N.C. STATE STUDENT 

BRAIN WAVES STUDY SET FOR READING DISABLED CHILDREN 

DURHAM ACADEMY DEDICATES BUILDING, HONORS BENEFACTOR 

SCHOOL MARKS GRAND OPENING OF NEW CENTER 

COVERING UP READING HANDICAP WAS WRONG 

SPECIALIST WORKING WITH COUNTY SCHOOLS 

CONSULTANT TARGETS EXCEPTIONAL PUPILS 

"LEARNING INFORMATION FOR TODAY" 
SEE PROJECT LIFT 

LEARNING RESOURCE NETWORK ^ . , 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING t* MILLION AT VtNTURE '86 

LEARNING SERVICES (ATLANTA, GEORGIA 1 



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RESIDENTS OPPOSE INJURY-CENTER PLAN 

LEASES 

ROOMMATES: SHARING CAN BE COSTLV 

LEASH LAWS 

SEE DOG CONTROL 

LEAVES 

SEE ALSO CO"POST 

FOLIAGE OBSFRVERS PREDICT GOOD COLOR IN MOUNTAINS 

fJlL CLEAnSp""'^ "*' PROVIDE GOOn COLOR SHoi IN MOUNTAINS 

FIRST TO FALL 

N.C. HAS MANY COLORFUL TREES IN FALL 

LEAF COMPOST GIVEAWAY (AD) 

TOWN TO COLLECT CUR8SI0E LEAVES 

upsetting''" '■"'•'•^'^^ LEAVES AT CURBSIOFS UNTIL MARCH I 

SAME OLD STORY 

THE LAST LEAF 

INFERNAL FOLIAGE 

DISAPPEARING ACT 

SUSPENDED 

THE -WRIGHT- WAY 

LEBANON 

SEE ALSO HOSTAGES. LEBANON 

AUTHOR SAYS MARINES DIED IN VAIN 

U.S. SHOULDN'T OPEN TALKS WITH TERRORISTS 

pfJcE'ELUSIvriN^MinEAST '-^■'^""^ MEMORIAL TO BEIRUT BOMBING 

BEIRUT POHBING MEMORIAL HILL 9E DFDICATED TODAY 

J^^K?? ?i-^."°'*°'"S SERVICEMEN KILLED IN BEIRUT 

DEDICATION OF MEMORIAL TO SLAIN SERVICEMEN 

LEBANON VOLUNTEER FIRE OEPT . 

SEE ALSO FIRE DEPTS., N.C, VOLUNTEER 
FIREFIGHTERS PRAISED 
HAN INJURED WHEN CAR JUMPS ENO 

LEOERLE LABORATORIES 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME SUES FOA. LEOERLE OVER SALE OF DRUG 
WELLCOME SUES FOA, FIRM OVER NEW DRUG 

LEE AIR CONDITIONERS INC. 

DOSSIER: JOE M. LEE JR. 

LEE COUNTY, N.C. 

ki^, ly^Si^!5lfi¥,*°'"5ED TO BOIL DRINKING WATER 
5<) LEE RESIDENTS WILL BE MOVED FOR WASTE CLEANUP 

THE LEFT-HANDED MONKEY WRENCH I BOOK I 

VOLUMF GIVES NEW MCKENNA PERSPECTIVE 

LEFT TURNS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC LAWS 
WHERE ARE WORST TURNS? 
MASS CONFUSION CROSSING 
NORTH DURHAM INTERSECTION OVERLOOKED 

THE WORST IN DURHAM 

AN INTERSECTION POISED FOR A CRASH 

SS^I^'tiJIA INTERSECTION IS IMPOSSIBLE 

TROUBLESOME INTERSECTIONS 
WHICH INTERSECTION IS WORST? 

LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO LAWYER FEES 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

MISSING LETTER MUDDLES COUNTY BID PROCESS 

LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

IE! ^1-12 "LCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 

CHANGFS SOUGHT IN DRAM-SHOP LAW 

NEW ALCOHOL POLICY APPROVED 

MALT BEVERAGE CHARGE LODGED 

BOARD MUM ON TEACHER 

!'2t!J'^,£!;^"'f° O"" SERVING ALCOHOL To MINOR AT PARTY 

LOOK FOR IT! A SERIES BY TOM OLIVER (ADI 

^ibeS^? i°.-iirr.°A°ik''h'iWA^^i 111 '"'" '^ """-^"-^ '« "'^^^ 

BEER PAR TO SUFFER FROM AGE 

?fftSlK,Tj''f,„"."-t„'"'i^ "EE" * LITTLE DIFFERENT CASE 
STUDENTS WILL TRY TO BEAT ID SYSTEM 

SDf]Sjr.',r''.?t'-;S''"^'*''"'- '° "'" BE SPORT OF YOUNG DRINKER 

K?,iS5I''5^*<'f ^° LEAVE MOST STUDENTS THIRSTY 

?L'fSi? Sf, H'^°!''?''E STUDENTS COMPLICATING DRINKING POLICIES 

£V?Elt 'ii,'-,'-' CHERNOBYL OF NEW DRINKING LAW? 

HIGHER DRINKING AGE CAN HELP YOUNG PEOPLE 

TOWN, CAMPUS HUSTLING INTO NEW SCHOOL YFAR 

DUKE, UNC HOIST DRINKING AGF TO 21 

CRUISING -THE ONLY THING TO DD • 

THIS IS GOV. "ARTIN WITH A MESSAGE FOR 

FORT BRAGG SOLDIERS TAKF AIM «r NEW LAW 

TOWN POLICE PREPARING FOR NEW DRINKING LAW 

nll?M^?M?''II^?'rS..*?P "'^ """SE PROBLEMS, ALCOHOL AGENT SAYS 

ORINKING-AGE CHANGE FUELS PREPARATIONS 

UNC ALCOHOL POLICY ICARTOONI 

?S'^"l!.,K"^n'-^i.SE*'' WORRIES ABDUT RAISING DRINKING AGE 

,',?:. '^P^^P**EAR-0LD5 DOWN LAST LEGAL BOOZE 

DRINKING-LAW PROTEST DAMAGES 'lUSINESSES 

CHAPEL HILL RAMPAGE INJURES J5 

ID TO IS FROM MELEE ARRESTED 

KSt!? .y'^'^-''!:"^ ''0 6N0 STUDENT STREET TAKEOVERS 

THERE'S NO EXCUSE FOR RIOTOUS BEER BUST 

.',Mr'^S,£';*°' STUDENTS MUST BEAR THE BLAME 

UNC PROTEST DAMAGE ESTIMATE LOWERED 

!^u9>,^^,*,"£l'-V°? DISAPPOINTED WITH DRINKING-LAW PROTESTERS 

CHANCELLOR 'DISAPPOINTED' WITH VANDALS 

no^ilfJir^f^.'^ly^" FOR ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF BEER 

SSJ.^'^J'^S I-'"' BEHAVIOR BOTH ABSURD 

URI^^KING LAW BELIEVED BOOST TO TEEN DRUG USE 

WHAT WE think: JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL 

INS IDE 

LAW MEANT TO SAVE LIVES 

DRINKING LAW WRONG 

ft'i„i!^^.9 ''°R TAKING POLICE HELMET IN CHAPEL HILL MELEE 

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S U B J E 



STUDYING TM5 HtYHrM 

•GREEKS' TO ENFORCE NEW DRINKING «GE 

50HF UNC STUDENTS TRY TO •<*<£ L4W WORK 

UNC STUDENT FORMS BEER EIGHTS UNION 

BEER RIGHTS UNION NEEDS ENOUGH MONEY COR CHARTER 

TRUE 'CHOIC^' ISSUES RETTFR FTR PROTESTS 

STUDENTS CHiRGED WITH SakING FAKE DRIVING LICENSES 

7 DUKE STUDENTS CHARGED WITH MAKING PHQNY LICENSES 

TOWN COUNCIL DECLINES TO ENDO'SE CAMPAIGN 

<.9 CITEn FOR ALCOHOL SALES 

f2^'3uE5TffeSfSlLL°THE"BEEl"o5'i?NE CUSTOMER IN AREA STORE PE CONSUMER? 

lirjZ?t'S^Rr^RS^g^5'YS ^^i?:L'J?^N?^'cfsE:'c'g5NTERFFITING CHARGES- 
ALCOHOL SALES SHOULD HE DECIDED BY STATES 
COURT OFFICIALS LET PUNISHMENT FIT CRIME 
41 STUDENTS ARRESTED IN FAKE 10 SCHEMES—SO FAR 



LEGAL EAGLES IFILM] 
•LEGAL EAGLES' 



A PLEASANT, FUNNY, DIPPY THRILLER 



LEGAL ETHICS 

III ALSO LAWYERS, DURHAM, UNETHICAL CONDUCT 
pE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C., UNETHICAL CONDUCT 

LEGAL ETHICS TOPIC OF FCRUM 

LAW SCHOOL SETS ETHICS CONFERENCE 

"'''^siJ^k'?3uirT3'l?VIFw CREST ST. LEGAL FEES CASE 

ITyr.': 'c?fsl ^?."|5lNrifD^ot^En"AE:;iSfT"5o"AO 

tJ^^E"?^:L^3g^t?S?^SR\i'|y?TTi\?^^?*'?0?'h^iATE 

tS3RT°Ruf^S N?c!'SJe?N^^'^Le TO REPAY CREST STREET LAWYERS 
fHFST STREET LAWYERS LOSE COU' T FIGHT ON LEGAL FEES 
FOSTER cSlLD CUSTODY FIgSt MAY COST SOCIAL SERVICES 
SOCIAL SERVICES MUST PAY FOR :USTODY FIGHT 

s?^; 3lFi^^,ri'N?^SHJ"^o&?f a5ii^'FY"^ir^REE lawyers 

^SSG^^i^Ea^ARSf IN°C^ILO CUSTODY CASE ANGER BOARD 
INDEPENDENT COUNSEL NOT CHEAP 

''"^SoStl2o^SiLt^S5bR^II'!;SS&^[iH^r?«nBLEMS 

^^"'SSBG^E'S^^Egs l|'g;l ^'eivICES FOR INMATES 

LEGENDS 

SEE ALSO FOLKLORE 
LEGENDS DIE HARD 
SALT AND MICE PART OF EASTERN 



N.C. NEW YEARNS LORE 



LEGION OF VALOR 

SEE ALSO VETERANS 

WAR HERO'S GREATEST FEAR: DISGRACE 

LEGIONNAIRES^OISEASE ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

r?G?iNSASR"^U DiMa^E gJc^ERI. FOUND IN N.C. WATER 
eIpFRTS CONVERGE ON HOSPITiL AFTER LEG lONNA ! R E5 • OUTBf 

LEGISLATIVE ETHICS COMMISSION 
SFE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

ETHICS PANEL STUDIES LOBBYING „„„„, 

LEGISLATOR SAYS COMPLAINT PRO'<PTEO PROBE 
N.C. JURY PAY CRITICIZED 



LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMISSION 



LEGISLATIVE STUDY COMMITTEES 
SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 

LEGISLATIVE VETO 
SEE VETO POWER 

LEISURE LIVING SHOW 

LEISURE LIVING SHOW SET 
LIVING SHOW MARCH 12-16 

LEISURE SERVICES INCENTIVE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO DURHAM RECREATIO" OEPT. 

OURHAH PARKS AND RECREATION SFEKS INNOVATIVE, 

LEMCn CONSTRUCTION COMPANY . , 

REYNULOS TOBACCO CO. DISPUTES CLAIMS 



DIVERSE PROJECTS 



THING 
LEMURS 

^^LFAPINg"lEMUr! heartbroken, MAYBE! HOUSEBROKEN, NEVER 

[?SJk?°^^n'v?SV%t!SE'SE^E5R?HE;f l^Oely subjects for behavioral study 

OUKF LEMURS STOLEN. ..TAKE BIT OUT OF CRIME 
IN SEARCH OF ENDANGERED LEMUR 
LAID PACK LEMUR 

LENDING LAWS ,,„ , 

SEE ALSO PANKING REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
EFFORT TO RECODIFY N.C 

'■^""'Sorf'than 100 FIREFIGHTERS CALLED TO FIPE NEAR LENOIR 
LENOIR MAN CHARGED WITH SETTING FOREST FIRE 

'^"°'5n^?liG7lw"cS:RGES POLITICAL. LAWYERS SAY 
LENOIR CnONTY^JAIL^^ RECAPTURED 

S HOSPITAL OF N.C. 



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12/17/86 
12/19/86 
12/26/86 



1/06/86 
1/30/86 
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2/02/86 
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7/31/86 
7/18/86 
8/01/86 



4/26/86 A 

4/<:'7/8b C 

6/14/86 A 

9/06/86 C 

9/23/86 B 

10/01/86 C 



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N W82 

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4/08/86 
4/17/66 



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5/06/86 B 



LENOX BAKER CEREBRAL PALSY AND CRIPPLED CHILDREN 
MRS. LEOIA HOKE, HOSPITAL TEACHER 
IN MEMORY 

TOURS HELD AT LENOX BAKER 
MOVIES FOR PATIENTS 

FAVORFO°PROJECTS^OLTED^N N.C. PORK BARREL CLASH 
MARTIN NAMES 3 TO HOSPITAL BOARD 



3/03/86 
3/18/86 
3/25/86 
3/27/86 
5/15/86 
6/25/86 
7/16/86 



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1/01/06 - 12/31/B6 



por.E <}''i 

1/01/07 



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OEAOLINE IS EXTENDED FOB CHILDREN'S CONTEST 

YOUNGSTERS CAN DISPLAY THEIR TALENT 

GAME PLAN";? 

HALLOWEEN PUNK IN" HEADS 

OUHE. UNC TFAHMATES FOR HOSPITAL 

DUKE, UNC FRATS HOLDING BENEFIT BEFORE BIG GAME 

GAMEBALL RUN 

SIG"A CHI TO GIVE 41,000 TO mSPITAL 

SANTA TC BE SEEN IN MORE THAN CHILDREN'S DREAMS 

STEADY HAND 

HOLIDAY SPIRIT 

LENT 

SEE ALSO EASTER 

CHIEF'S LENT OUT, SHE'S RISK-TAKER 

LEO'S SEAFOOD STORES 

CASE OF OYSTERS STOLEN FROM ALSTON AVE. STORE 

LESBIANS 

SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS 

SEE ALSO HOMOSEXUALS ANONYMOUS 

SEE ALSO SEX CHANGE OPERATIONS 

LIBPARY FULFILLED DUTY IN PERMITTING DISPLAY 

A SHOCKING DISPLAY 

GAY PARENTS: COURTS OFTEN SIDE AGAINST HOMOSEXUAL PARENTS 

"yOr'shSJlO JeCONSIOER ""^""SEXUAL PARENTS HAVE ON KIDS IS DEBATABLE 

DESPITE THREAT, MAYOR SIGNS PROCLAMATION 

GULLEY WON'T QUIT DESPITE OUSTER RID 

HUNDREDS STAGE GAY RIGHTS MARCH IN DURHAM 

LESOTHO 

STUDENTS NEED HELP 

LESSONS IN LOVE: BYRON'S DON JUAN I PLAY) 
'LESSONS IN LOVE' A ONE-SIDED STORY 

LETHAL INJECTION 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 

ROOK EXECUTED FOR SLAYING NURG E 

VICTIM'S FAMILY, FRIENDS REFUSE TO SUPPORT CLEMENCY FOR ROUK 

N.C. EXECUTES CONVICTED KILLER 

LET'S ACTIVE 

NEW EDITION LET'S ACTIVE IS SPACIER, WITH CRUNCH 

"LET'S TALK ABOUT IT" (READING PROGRAM) 

SEE ALSO DUKE UMIV. OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO LIBRARIES, N.C. 

DUKE, LIBRARIES OFFER DISCUSSION GROUPS 

LETTER CARRIERS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

MAILMEN DESERVE CREDIT 

A LI'L MAILMAN MUSIC 

MAIL DETOUR 

LETTER TO BREZHNEV (FILM) 

'LETTER TO BREZHNEV DELIVERS 
•LETTER' CASE OF CLASSY MOVIEMAKING 

LETTER WRITING 

SEE ALSO PEN PALS 
SEE ALSO WRITING 

LETTERS FOR PEACE OBJECT OF CTNTEST 

FOUND LETTER SPARKS SEARCH FQ' WINSTON-SALEM WOMAN 

WRITERS OFFER '0 I AL-A-LE TTER ' 

RALEIGH STUDENTS TO WRITE SOVIETS 

RALEIGH YOUNGSTERS HOPE LETTER WILL LOWER THREAT OF NUCLEAR WAR 

GERTON MAN TO GET LOST MAIL FROM WWII 

LETTER DATED 1928 IS FINALLY DELIVERED 

GREENVILLE WOMAN MISTAKEN ABOUT OLD LETTER FROM TEACHER 

SERVICEMAN'S LETTER FINALLY DELIVERED 

MAYOR THREATENED WITH 'WRATH DF GOD' 

SANTA'S SPIRIT LIVES IN PUPILS' LETTERS 

LETTERS 

SEE LETTER WRITING 

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (INDEXED BY TOPIC) 

SEE DURHAM MORNING HERALD, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 
SEE DURHAM SUN, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

LETTUCE 

GRANVILLE FARMER'S FUTURE IN LETTUCE 

LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO HUMAN T-CELL LEUK EM I A-L YMPHOMA VIRUS 

HENDERSON EVENT TO RAISE MONEY TO FIGHT LEUKEMIA 

LAST WISH OF ROY, <,: VISIT N.C. MOUNTAINS 

GA. BOY WHO VISITED N.C. MOUNTAINS DIES 

STUDY INDICATES PROLONGED CHE-" OTHER AP Y HELPS CURE 

LEUKEMIA SOCIETY GRANTS AWARDED TO SIX AT DUKE 

DURHAM-AREA RESEARCHERS SEE LIMITS TO INTERFERON 

LEUKEMIA GROUP HONORS 6 DUKE RESEARCHERS 

INTERFERON DECISION TIMELY FOR UNC PATI=^NT 

LEUKEMIA VICTIM CLAIMING VICTTRY OVER DISEASE AFTER MARROW TRANSPLANT 

BENNIE HOPES TO RETURN FAVOR, VISIT MAGNUM T.A. IN HOSPITAL 

EX-UNC SOCCER PLAYER DIES 

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 

THEY SHOULD CHECK BASKETBALL'S TOP 10 
KENTUCKY GOT PARKING LAND AT CUST, NOT FREE 
LAND SALE WAS "NO PROFIT' 
PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP SOUGHT LOW PROFILE 

LEXINGTON, N.C. 

AUDIT NOTES CITY LOST 'TENS OF THOUSANDS' 

5-YEAR-OLO BEATS OODS AFTER SUFFERING BURNS 

STRONG WINDS DAMAGE HOMES NEA! LEXINGTON 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO KIONAPPnG, KILLING GIRL 

WHITE SUPREMACIST INTERRUPTS mefxing ON RACIAL TENSIONS 

LEXINGTON MAY TRY 'SCHOOLS OF CHOICE' 

LEXINGTON OFFICERS MAKE DRUG SHEEP 

■LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER 

EX-ECU COACH SAYS RECORDS USE! IN PROBE WERE STOLEN 

LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAGE AWARDS 
SEE ALSO LIOUOR LIABILITY 



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9/19/86 
9/19/86 



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H 2 l/U/86 A 4 
H ? 5/31/86 C 1 
S 7 5/16/86 C 1 



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H 2 10/17/36 C 



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H 2 3/03/86 A 

S 2 <,/l<./86 A 

S 2 5/21/86 A 

H 2 5/22/86 D 

S 7 I0/07/B6 C 

H 1 10/03/86 B 

H 7 10/04/86 A 

H 2 10/30/86 D IP 

H 7 11/19/86 fl " 

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4/18/86 C 


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5/09/85 C 


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6/05/86 A 


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6/06/86 A 


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10/19/86 C 


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10/28/86 


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S 7 2/20/85 A 4 E 

S 2 2/20/86 C 1 N 

H 2 8/12/86 B 4 N 00'- 



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2/07/86 
3/21/86 
4/0'5/86 
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10/17/85 


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1/01/36 - 12/31/86 



S U B J t C I 



l/oi/n7 



SEE 4LS0 PRODUCT LUBILITY INSU'AVC? 

CHJ«HA" INSUBER OROPS SO-E CLAIMS IV RENEWAL 

TRIPLED INSURANCE COSTS WORRY HOSPITAL OFCKIALS , . , 

OUBHiS COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL PACING HIKE IN INSURANCE PPE"IUXS 

N.C. CITIES MAY iET RELIEF FR?H HIGH INSURANCE RATES 

CITIES PROMISED INSURANCE BRElK 

TORT SYSTEM OFF CENTER 

OORHA" TO ADOPT SELF-INSURANCE PLAN 

GENERAL ASSFMPLY SESSION IS URGFQ ASOUT IM^URANCE 

GRAfJVILLE OFFICIALS TOLD TO -HOLO LINE- ON FUND REQUESTS 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY INSURANCE SESSION MULLED 

LEGISLATURE WILL HAVE SESSION ON INSURANCE 

THE USURANCE SESSION 

AREA COUNTIES EYE LANDFILL INSURANCE PROGRAM 

CHANGES SOU'iHT IN DRAM-SHOP L> " 

JONFS: INSUPANC^ WOES WIDESPREAD 

INSURANCE COMMITTEES GIVE BILL TENTATIVE APPROVAL 

lacx of confipe-ice <ey to insjrance woes 
J=gislIt£re''to^t2ckle''insuran:e problem in session this week 

ARROGiNCE JF insurance firms led to action from state ,,,,,„ „„-.,, 

STOPGAP INSURANCE MEASURE UP ^00 VOTE AS GENERAL ASSE-SLY SESSION OPcNS 

LAWAKE'S FIND SOLUTION NOT SIMPLE 

LONG WAKTS FIRMS TO SOLVE OWN PROBLEMS 

INSURANCE BILL PASSES WITH EA'E 

LF&ISLATION MAY BRING INSURANCE RATE HIKE 

NEVER SAY 'NEVER* AGAIN ICARTOONt 

LONG: LFGISLATUOE SHOULD EYE HIGH INSURANCE PRE-IUMS 

SELF-INSURANCE POOL EYPECTED to HELP N.C. CITIES 

WASTE PROCESSOR may CLOSE FOR LACK OF LIABILITY INSURANCE 

INSURANCE COMPANIES DEFEND HIT.H RATES 

LIABILITY SUITS CLIMB ^ 

PROCESSOR OF HAZARDOUS WASTES MAY SHUT DOW.< 

AWARD LIMITS COULD EASE INSURANCE CRUNCH 

N.C. DOCTORS SAY LAWSUITS RAISING COST OF VACCINATION 

UNREASO'JAPLF DAMAGES ONE KEY TO LIABILITY CRISIS 

SjSINESSMfn URGE SliTE TO ALLOW WASTE PROCESSOR TO REMAIN OPEN 

CITIES STUDY SELF-INSURE FOR TRANSIT ,,,,, 

INSURANCE INDUSTRY PLANS PROGS AM TO AID BUSINESSES 

INSURANCE FIR"S TO BEGIN VOLUNTARY PROGRAM 

RISING INSURANCF COST THREATEMS TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN THE SMOKIES 

HAIRDRESSER INSURANCE COULD NEET TRIMMING „,,,„„, 

LAiYEB CRITICIZES PROPOSED LIABILITY INSURANCE REFORMS 

LID ON MONEY FOR PAIN TOPS PANEL'S LIST FOR REFORM 

JURY AWARD SHOWS WHY CAP ON DAMAGES NEEDED 

INSURANCE ANSWER SOUGHT BY CITY OF DURHAM 

PANEL BACKS LIMITS ON BUILDING HtlGHTS 

PROPOSAL ON SCREENING SUITS D':FER»ED , , „ , 

WATFR AUTHORITY APPROVES INSURANCE POLICY E'TENSIONS 

OMASA EXTENDS LIABILITY INSURANCE ,„,,.- 

LONG SAYS INSURANCE NOW AVAILABLE BUT CAN BF COSTLY _ „ ^ „„„^ 

LAWYERS' GRF£1 NQT CAUSE OF SOARING INSURANCE PRcMIUmS--DUkE PROF. 

NEW HIGH-RISK INSURANCE POOL IS WORKING OK — LONG 

CAP ON CONTINGENCY FEES NEEDEO IN N.C. ,. ^ ,^, 

CnNSU"ER GROUP REPORTS ON STaTc insUR'NCi: RATES ct.tc^ 

LONG SAYS N.C. RESIDENTS PAYIMG FOR LIABILITY LOSSES IN OTHER STATES 

TAX STRUCTURE. BUDGET CUTS CITED AS KEY ISSUES 

NO AGREEMENT SEEN ON -ALPRACTICE Caps ..-;-. 

THCONBURG: INSURANCE INDUSTRY HASN'T MiDE CASE FJR CHANGES 

POLICE PONDER POLICY CHANGE ON FUNERAL PROCESSION ESCORTS 

MlJHR CIVIL JUSTICE REFORMS PROPOSED 

PANEL BACKS LIMITS ON DAMAGE AWARDS 

N.C. SHOULD REQUIRE INSURANCE DISCLOSURES 

CAMP FOR HANDICAPPED SEEKS LIABILITY INSURANCE 

COST M4Y SHIFT VACCINATIONS TO COUNTIES 

DURHAM LEGISLATORS SEE LONG SFSSION 

LEGISLATQRS MUST ACT TQ END LIABILITY WOES 

INSURANCE COMPANY FOUND FOR CAMP FQR HANDICAPPED 

JORDAN LIKES IDEA OF SCpappING SHORT SESSIONS 

ROYALL PREDICTS GASOLINE TAX hike WILL PASS LEGISLATURE 

BILL PR0PnS=5 MORE AUTHORITY FQR INSU'ANCE COMMISSIONER 

INSURANCE CHIEF WANTS SAFEGUARDS FOR CONSUMERS 

ROYALL: MARTIN'S HIGHWAY PLAN UNLIKELY TQ PASS 

HOUSE PANEL RAISES STAKES IN INSURANCE DEBATE cc>,.t-,o <:..<: 

INSURANCE COST, NOT TORT REFORM. CONCERNS TAR HEELS. SENATOR SAYS 

lfgislator OUESTIONS Cap on ajaoos 

TIME RUNNING OUT FOR TORT LAW REFORM 
COUNTY DfFICIALS MULL SELF-INSURANCE "ITTV 
COMMISSIONER'S POWER, JURY-A»ARD CAPS INCREASED 
INSURANCE WOES WON'T FIZZLE CITY FIREWORKS 
[OM-ITTEE OKS MEASURE TO LIMIT OA"AGES IN SUITS 
BILL LIMITING MALPRACTICE DAMAGES ON WAY TO SENATE 
DEBATE SCHEDULED TODAY ON TORT REFO»M 
PAN-^L TIES TORI REFORM TQ INSJRANCE MEASURE 
SENATE APPROVES BILL TO LIMIT COURT AWARD 
•NO-FAULT- VACCINATION PLAN CRITICIZED „. .„_ 
INSURANfE CANCELLATION CLOSES FIREWORKS PLANT 

\^^f&l S!J^"?lfui's^^EC BEING CONSIDERED IN SENATE 

LEGISLATURE JUITS FOR WEEKEND: CLOSE ON SEVERAL ISSUES 

CDNFEOEFS CHOSEN ON INSURANCE BILLS 

INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER AUTHORITY 

SIX ATTORNEYS GENERAL RAP INSJRANCE INDUSTRY 

INSURANCE TOP ISSUE FOR S-ALL BUSINESSES „...,. 

BAR OWNFRS' 'HAPPY DAYS' PROMOTE INSURANCE SADNESS 

FALL ON PROPERTY CAN RESULT IN LAWSUIT 

N.C. INDEPEN3FNT AGENTS PON'^E' Own INSURANCE FIRM 

BURLINGTON LOCKING FCR LIABILITY INSURANCE 

POLL SHOWS VOTERS BACK DAMAGE LIMITS IN SUITS 

DUKE STUDIES NEW INSURA>:CE PLSN .,^„... , 

FAMILY DOCTORS CONSIDER SUIT OVER PREMIUMS 

PANEL 10 PUSH AGAIN FOR TORT REFORMS 

HIGHWAY PACKAGE WAS HIGHLIGHT OF LEGISLATURE 

LIP ON LIFE 

THE MEANING OF JANUARY <i 

NOT EVERYON'= LOVES PIGS«IN 

BEAUTICIANS ARE SPECIAL PEOPLE 

END-OF-JANUARY PARTY IDEA: HAVE A CRAD-IN 

COM-ON SENSE MOST UNCOMMON KIND OF ALL 

w^uLD ABLE ABE GET SUPPORT OF ARMCHAIR POLITICOS? 

CLEARING The RECORD , ., , „, 

MEATLOAF, COLLAROS, CREAMED POTATOES WAY TO HIS HEART 

CHIEF'S LENT OUT, SHE'S RISK-TAKEO 

SMILES WARM WINTER 

juat 15 A PRO? 

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN balONEY AND BLARNEY 

IMELDA'S SHOES NO SURPRISE 

EASTER MONDAY A REAL MYSTERY 

THINK UF DIETING AS SPRING TRAINING 

00 YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR tax RECEIPTS ARE? 

ARE WE HAVING A HUMOR C=ISIS? 

GO AHEAD, ASK IF SHE'S STANDING 

PROMS CHANGED, ME"OR|!S HAVEN'T 

ONCE A MOTHER ALWAYS A MOTHER 

A LOVE-HATE RELATIONSHIP WITH REUNIONS 



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MJN'S 3FST FRIEND ISN'T THIS ROMAN'S 

SAVING TkASH AND TRfASUIES 

GCAOUATIUN IS A HOT TIME IN THE QUO TOWN OCCASION 

PAPA: HF HAD A JOLLY DISPOSITION EXCEPT WHEN YOU CROSStO HIM 

SINCE WHEN Ai!E REDNECKS CHIC? 

LAGNIAPPE IS SOMETHING EXTRA 

JUST BE CREATIVE AND STAY HOME 

GOOD HEALTH BFST INHERITANCE 

SMALL THINGS TEST OUR PATIENCE 

LIS ON LIFE 

BEACH COTTAGE NAMES COME IN A WIDE VARIFTY 

MILKMAN, GROCFR WEREN'T ENOUGH. SHE'S AFTER BANKERS 

MOTHER'S MOTTO ABOUT LEARNING FROM OTHERS IS STILL HERE TO HAUNT 

THOSE LITTLF IRRITATIONS SHOULD REMAIN SMALL 

UNFORTUNATELY, SOME IN U.S. DON'T HAVE JU9S TO SALUTE 

HER HUS°ANO HADF SURE CHILDREN MAOE THE GRADE 

IT'S HARD TO MIND MANNERS WH£\t OTHERS OON ' T 

THOSE TRAINS STILL TICKLE HER SENSE OF ADVENTURE 

FOR FASHION, HE GOES RY WEATH=R 

TV MAY BE HITTING A NEW HIGH IN LOWS 

PLANNING FOR FUTURE TAKES TIME FROM PRESENT 

BOAROINGHnuSE GANG WAS A SUPPORT SYSTEM 

FLIRTING IS BACK (IT'S ABOUT TIME) 

THE PROFICIENCY OF BLIND NEVER FAILS TO AMAZE HER 

A SENSE OF HUMOR CAN HELP VOTERS GET THROUGH ELECTIONS 

THANKS FOR SATIRE 

WHISTLE STORY HAKES HER CONSIDER CONSFaUENCES 

THANKSGIVING DAY STORY MAKES J LOOK LIKE TURKEYS 

BRUSH UP HOLIDAY MANNERS 

SHE'S A PROFESSIONAL AT ART OF PROCRASTINATING 

SHE'S DREAMING OF A SAF= CHRISTMAS 

ON CASH GIFT: COLOR WAS RIGHT, BUT SUE WAS WRONG 

SHE IS THICK AND TIRED OF DIETING AFTER HOLIDAYS 

LIPEL 

see also lawsuits, u.s. 

see also newspapers. durham 

see also newspapers. n.c. (see also names of particular newspapers) 

see also newspapers. u.s. 

libel suits will be subject of panel discussion at duke 

experts debatf libel law at duke 

suit claims couple li^ieleo 

lawyers libfl themselves 

former beauty oueen accuses paper of libel 

liperal arts 

see also duke univ. master of arts in liberal studies 
see also humanities 

a useful education 

ourham-area colleges deny carnegie finding 

future leaders need well-ouunoed study 

triangle college students returning to liberal arts 

universities see upswing in liberal arts 

fordham: unc working on problems 

liberals 

see also conservatives 

see also durham county democratic convention 
the gentle activist 

INSIDE 

CONSERVATIVE. LIBERAL LABELS CONFUSE VOTERS 

TFACHING OF VALUES A DUTY OF SCHOOLS 

A NATION OF CONTRADICTIONS 

AMERICAN LIBERALISM TOPIC OF JNC CONFERENCE 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS STILL NEEDED, OFFICIAL OF NAACP SAYS 

SANFORO TIED TO LI8?RALS 

HOOLIGANS CRUSH FREE SPEECH 

SANFORO WOULD HELP LIBERALS 

APATHY HELPS LIBERALS 

LIBERALISM VS. CONSERVATISM 

SOUTHEASTERN PRFSIDENT DISPUTES CHARGES OF LIBERALISM 

LIBERIA 

ONCF A MISSIONARY IN LIBERIA, SHE'S LOOKING FORWARD TO lOOTH BIRTHDAY 

MISSIONARY, DAUGHTER SLAIN 

DURHAM MISSIONARY SLAIN; HOUSEBOY SOUGHT 

SUSPECT ARRESTED IN MISSIONARY'S SLAYING 

LIBERIA HOLDS MAN IN DEATH 

SLAIN MISSIONARY REMEMBERED AS 'LOVING WOMAN' 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR MISSIONARY, DAUGHTER 

LIBERTARIAN PARTY 

END FARM BUREAUCRACY 
UNFAIR TO LIBERTARIANS 
AMEN TO FALWELL 

LIBERTY 

SEE FREEDOM 

SEE U.S. CONSTITUTION 

LIBERTY, N.C. 

LIBERTY DOESN'T CELEBRATE, BUT MAYOR SAYS IT'S PATRIOTIC 
CLOTHING PLANT TO OPEN IN LIBFkTY 

LIBERTY BOWL 

SEE COLLEGE BOWLS 

LIBERTY CHFISTIAN ACADEMY 

LIBERTY VALEDICTORIAN LIKED FAMILY ATMOSPHERE 

LIBERTY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY, G°ADUATION 
DURHAM SCHOOLS TO GRADUATE I,'>on 

LIBERTY coop. 

SOUTHFRN LIFE BUY OK ' 
INSURANCE COMPANY SOLD 

LIBERTY FEOEPATION 

SEE ALSO CHRISTIAN ANTI-DEFAMATION COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 
SEE ALSO MORAL MAJORITY 

WHAT HOLDS FALWELL'S 'MAJORITY' TOGETHER? 

FALWELL PROMOTES PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH 

PEOPLE ARE NOT MACHINES 

CHRISTIAN ANTI-DEFAMATION COMMITTEE FORMED 

LIBERTY PLAZA 

LIBERTY PLAZA PROPOSAL SPURS MORE INTERESTS 

LIBERTY ST. 

RESIDENTS NEAR 'COKE CORNER' PLEAD FOR HELP IN STAMPING OUT DRUG TRADE 

ELM ST. RESIDENTS ASK WAR ON ORUG-DEALING 

CORNER DRUG TRADE HALTED. PANFL TOLD 

POLICE SAY DRUG SALES AT LIBERTY, ELM DRY UP 

LIBRARIANS, DURHAM 



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1/0<1/=I7 



A SONG OF THEIR OWN 

lIBRARlANSt I.e. 

LIBSABIANS EXPERT AT •TRIVIAL P'JKSUIT' 
LlaOAOIANS FEAR PINCH Fa OH Pff! ,\ lIwS 
J3as TO INCLUDE K0R5 Than TEAChERS 
JAN-^ WILLIAMS NAMED TO TOP Li5rary POST 

LIPRARIAWS. U.S. 

TAR HEEL BOOK COLLECTOR AND SChilaR found HUHOR IN HOBBY 

LIBRARIES. INTERNATIONAL 
THE LIBRARY OF LIES 

LIPRARIES, N.C. 

SEE ALS3 euTNER PUBLIC LIBRARY 

III ^'^^5 CREEOMHOR PUBLIC LIBRA" Y 

ill tl-ir, Si^l?;? COUNTY PUBLIC LTBRAOY, BRANCHES 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C, LIBBARI=s 

^' Nf^.5? JS?iL'§b^?l^^J5^rAk;f«^5■flI^^;.t?- 
o5;l!\?kgAkt?rGti^:;^§IlJusiy^i^^Ri3p^'"'•••^°" *PfX LIBRA 

LI35APIANS FEAR PINCH FRO" POBN LAWS 

p;ja??R§ iiiTuV:i.rz%i'i\°^..irsm'iiu. exp^rt say. 

N^?"":,:f;s.s"?,5j i.^^nrtiBRARY d im\i,iholil-" '"^ 



NEW HANOVER LIBRARY HAUNTED? 

G-ANT TO DEVELOP COHPUTFrizeO LIBRARY NFTwnPK 

auTNER. CREEO-OOk SEPARATE LIBRiRIESURGES AT H5ARING 



COXBATTING TEPRDRIS": WE CANNOT BE RFIlirTANT 

fS?t°£i^;iS-H5-i'^is'-"Tiig?^r.^!i2 I r- — LATION 

PU?| "C-FS SKEPTICAL CF BOYCOTT " 

INSIDE '-'8'*" SANCTIONS HAY CQaCE MILITARY STRIKE 

...He CALL IT "CONSTRUCTIVE A" PE ASEHFNT . " rrAOrnnMi 

E'lROPf S STAND RILiS. BUT IT'S u'oERSTANOABLE 

PSEiL'Jt =„""''' '*E1' AGAINST TERRORISM '"'"""■'^ 

COMMENTS ON SANCTIONS 

a.'^i SAILORS. MARINES PART OF 6TH FLEET 

S?J8J£^;S^t5rKSirAin^AlVg0-^?-'' "5 INEVITABLE 

lrB'V't'l^t^'rT,J^.'';'cl^Vo'^,''''' •''^'° "^ -"*^ HAPPENED. 

SHEER SFNSELESSNcSS 

COACH K (CARTOON) 

LEJEUNc MARINES OFF LIBYA 

N.C. NATIVE'S NAME IS ON LIBYAN -HIT LIST' 

L-s?e'B^?^Ri''?:irsi§RS?''«'^ terrorism 

c:5GH?"?!i'-?2rBiG'Lir ^''°"^'-' "'^^ ^'°"*'=' 

•OISINFOR-ATION' PLOY TAKES TRUST »S CASUALTY 
"co'^ipUll.'-hrtdhlil'i'"'"- ""^ TelRSg^iM^ARTOON. 



IKE 



ANS. NOT KHAOAFY 

I3YA RAID 
ACCEPT TFRRO" 



BEFORE ATTACK ON Ll'YA 
AN POMBING OF LIBYA 
ECTION DAY 



_. -ACKASS^S 
LYING NOT THE RIGHT WORD 

LIBYA. U.S. AIR ATTACK 

DURHAM REACTION SUPPORTING S TR 

CANDIDATES BACK U.S. AIR RAID 

DUKE PROFESSOR SAYS RAIDS WON" 

2 AOEA PROFESSORS EXPRESS RESE 

TAR HEEL REPORTERS IN MIDDLE D 

STRIKE AGAINST LIBYA JUSTIFIAB 

U.S. RAID GOOD MOVE IN ANTI-T= 

Sc!;,!??!'^';^'* '""QVES COURAGE 3 

!Sc'^Ii°t'^,^"'^ "Cll SHOULDN'T H 

THE SOVIET CANCELLATION ONLY T 

"TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI" I Ca 

N.C. NAVY SURGEON CHECKED U.S. 

JUNGLE LORD 

REAGAN 'SLAPPED' LIBYAN CIVlLI 

LIBYA EDITORIAL CORREtT 

ASU STUDENTS =EL£ASE SONG CN • 

RONALD REAGAN CRITICS READY TO 

AWAKE 10 OUR DANG=R 

ALLIES' RESOLVE HAY GROW 

JINNE'T SAYS REAGAN CALM JUST 

BOJEZINKSI: BLOCKADE "ETTER H 

VOTER ADVICE: STAY SOBER ON EL 

KILLING MORALLY .RO'IG 

LIBYA HAD IT COMING 

KHAOAFY WITHOUT RFMOkSE 

REAL BLOOD NOT KETCHUP 

IS DROPPING BOMBS AN AC' OF wa 

SEEK PEACEFUL SOLUTIONS 

BOMBING A BLOW TO PFACE 

FRANCE FORGETS HISTORY 

lERPO'ISM (CaoTOQNI 

I/JKE'IO^^ BETTER THAN BOMBS 

FRO" THEATRICAL MAYOR. A NO-NO 

•Care PACKAGES' TO LIBYA 

DESPAIR CM BOTH SIDES 

LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT" 

PEACE AT ANY PRICE 

DIFFERENCES MARK REACTION TO L 

STATE COUNCIL OF CHURCHES CONO 

professor: TERR-IRISM HA< NO SO 

INTERNATIONAL LAW PROFESSOR'S 

FREEDOM TO SPEAK CUT '^^^-"< ^ 

KEEP AMY OUT OF IT 

HIGH SEAS VIEWS EXPLAINED 

SILENCE NOT THE a"E9ICan way 

AMERICA'S THE GPEATFST 

IS GAOhAFI. oaffy-> 

NO TO THE MADMAN 

LICE 

III JJ-S3 gy;""" tlTY SCHOOLS. H'ALTH PROGRAM 

lice don't always heed good hygiene 
foa approves treatment developed in rtp 

NEW HEAO-LICc TREATMENT DOESN'T REQUIRt 3N0 DOSAGE 
LICENSE PLATES 

i^t ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 



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SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOOKING BEYnNO PROPFRTV TAX FOR REVENUE 

LICENSE PLATES. DURHAM 

A MINOR CIME? NOT To THE VICTIM 

LICENSE PLATES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. LICENSE PLATES 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE SUCKERS 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

MOTOR VEHICLES AGENCY EXPECTS BACKLOG TO LAST SIX MONTHS 

GANTT IS SEEKING PQyEO TO LEVY NEW LOCAL TAXES 

SALES OF VANITY LICENSE PLATES UP 

HIGHUAYS NAMED FOR SENATORS EAST ANO ERVIN 

OPERATOR LOSES STATE CONTRACT ON LICENSE TAGS 

LICENSE TAGS 

SEE LICENSE PLATES. DURHAM 
SFE LICENSE PLATES. N.C. 

LICENSING BOARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING SHARO 

SEE ALSO N.C. HILOLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSICU, LICENSES 

SEE ALSO NURSING HOME LICENSING ANO REGULATIONS 

N.C. LEGISLATURE STUDIES HOW TO SIMPLIFY LICENSING 

FIVE NAMEO TO IN-HOME AID PAN': L 

LEGISLATURE. ADMINISTRATION STUDY ONE-STOP LICENSING 

LICORICE PIZZA 

SEE ALSO RECORD BAR 

RECORD BAR SELLING 60 STORES TUTSIDE SOUTHEAST 

LIOOCAINE (DRUG! 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

LIOOCAINE UILL HELP REMOVE TICKS 

LIE DETECTORS 

SEE POLYGRAPHS 

LIFE EXPECTANCY 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO DEATH PATE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

LIVING AT THE EOGE: RESEARCHER: TRAINING "EN TO BE TOUGH RAISES RISKS 

CHINS UP. men: average age RISING 

U.S. MEN'S SURVIVAL RATES IMPROVING 

RESEARCHER SAYS SMOKING IS CUTTING WOMEN'S FOGE ON LIFE EXPECTANCY 

SCIENTISTS: 'THC PILL" HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON LIFE EXPECTANCY 

BIRTH CONTROL PILL HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON LIFE EXPECTANCY. RTP RESEARCH... 

LIFE SPANS ARE INCREASING IN CAOOLINAS 

SATISFYING JOR. HAPPY MARRIAGE CAN 'IRING CONGER LIFE. ..STUDY 

TAR HEELS LIVING LONGER. STUDY SHOWS 

JOB SATISFACTION. VOLUNTEER W3RK INCREASE L"NGEVITy, STUDY SHOWS 

LONGER LIVES WON'T BRING LOWER INSURANCE RATES 

LIFE EXPERIENCES INC. 

REAL LIFE: MENTALLY HANOICAPPEO BECOME HAPPILY EMPLYEO 
RUGPY TOURNAMENT TOMORROW 

LIFE FLIGHT 

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LIFE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE POLICIES 

COMPUTER CAN HELP YOU WITH INSURANCE 

RUMORS falsi: on veterans INSURANCE 

FLAT TAX IS PRQPOSEO ON INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

UYING MAN SUES FIRM OVER INSURANCE POLICY 

AN EARLY DEATH IN FAMILY LED TQ HIS CAREER IN INSURANCE 

LONGER LIVES WON'T BRING LOWER INSURANCE RATES 

LIFE MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 

WINSTON-SALEM WOMAN NAMED 'LIFE'S' PUBLISHEP 

THE LIFE OF HARRY L. DALTON. VOLUME I: THE EARLY DAYS IBOOKI 

CURATOR AT DUKE PAYS TRIBUTE TO BUSINESSMAN WITH BIOGRAPHY 

LIFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO MURDER. N.C. 

WRIGHT GETS LIFE TERM: YOUTH PLEADS GUILTY IN SLAYING OF COED 

rlRIGHT SENTENCED 

HENDERSON MAN GETS LIFE TERM 

CHARLOTTE MAN GETS 'REAL LIFE SE^JTENCE' FOR KILLING OFFICER 

N.C. WOMAN GETS 3 LIFE SENTENCES FOR INFANT DEATHS 

HAN RECEIVES TWO LIFE SENTENC'=S 

JOHNSON GETS 2 LIFE TERMS FOR ASSAULT 

MAN RECEIVES LIFE TERMS FOR MMROERS 

MAN IS GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE IN MERCY KILLING OF FATH'^R 

LIFE SENTENCES MIGHT GIVE TRAFFICKERS PAUSE 

MANCUSO CONVICTED: JUDGE SETS LIFE PLUS 3-YEAR SENTENCE 

MANCUSO GETS LIFE FOR TEEN'S ^URUFR 

MAN GETS LIFE TERM FOR KILLING TROOPER 

LIFE TERM GIVEN IN MURDER C A S^ 

WOMAN WHO BURNED SON GETS Z LIFE SENTENCES 

ASSAULT CONVICTION IN SECOND TRIAL BRINGS LIFE TERM 

CARTER GETS 2N0 LIFE TE°M IN ASSAULT CASE 

N.C. MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE I-l KI':E'S DEATH 

MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR 1!)83 SLAYING 

15-YEAR-OLD GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR TWO MURDERS 

LIFE-SUPPORT MACHINERY 

MACHINE IS HELPING KEEP INFANT ALIVE 

LIFEGUAROS 

RIGOROUS CONDITIONING KEEPS LIFEGUARDS FIT 

LIFELINE UNIT 

DURHAM COUNTY GENER AL . . . WE 'R E EXTENDING YOU THE LIFELINE (AOI 

HELP FOR LIFELINE 

ROXBORO CHARITY BALL TO BENEFIT LIFELINE 

LIFELINE GETS H.OOO DONATION FROM CLUB 

LIFELINE'S EXPANDED POOGRAM n COVER ALL GRANVILLE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE GROUP OPPOSES EXTRATERRITORIAL ZONING 

'LIFELINE' EXTENDED IN ORANGE 

'LITTLE BUTTON' SAVES LIVES 

LIFENET 

SEE ALSO MISSING CHILDREN 

SEE ALS1 NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN 

N.C. 'MISSING' CENTER JOINS U.S. NETWORK 

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY HELPS FIND CHILDREN 



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LIf E'SAVING 

SEE HEkPISH 
SEE RESCUES 

LIfESTVLES 

A CHANGING LlfE CALLS FOR A C'<ANGING LIFcSTYLE 
FAST-FOOD PLAfeS SPROUTING COMPACT ROLLING OESTAuRAHTS 

boaroinghouse gang HAS A supprRT system 

ARE CAR'= VE-^ICLES FOR YOUR DESIRES? ONLY YOUR MECHANIC KNOrlS FOR SURE 

LIGAMENT TRANSPLANTS 

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LIGAMENTS 

LIGAMENT TRANSPLANT FOR KNES INJURIES STUDIED AT DUKE 

DUKE RESEARCHERS WIN NATIONAL AWARD HOR LIGAMENT TRANSPLANT 

Lir.GFTT c "YFRS TOBACCO CO. 

SEE ALSO CHESTERFIELD CIGARETTE': 

STATE BANKS GROW BY 13X1 CONSIDERED 'HEALTHY- 

NOT S"UKE 

LLH GIRDS MILITARY SALES STRATEGY 

COUNCILMEN QUESTION HOLIDAY CLOSING OF DUMP 

DURHAM FARMERS AWAIT LEAF vnr= 

HISTORY OF TU8ACC0 WORKERS: PART OF THE FEMALE BLACK EXPERIENCE REVEALED 

TRIAL DATE FOR SUIT AGAINST Lt. M SPURS DROP IN TOBACCO STOCKS 

LONGTIMF PASSING, FLOWERS LONGTIME GONE 

TOBACCO LIABILITY SUITS RISIN' 

LCM LAWYERS TO APPEAL RULING ON CIGARETTE LABELS 

LCM 10 APPEAL WARNING RULING 

PAL'IER FILED SUIT 

LCM LOSES CONTRACT 

FURTHER WATER RESTRICTIONS THREATEN TRIANGLE BUSINESSFS 

•RIGHT TO KNOW': DURHAM CHEMICAL. TOXINS LAW HAILED AS MODEL FOR STATE 

HIGH Sir.N 

FIRM'S PROJECT CURBS WATER USE 

LIGGETT HAS 9UYER FOR O'lRHA" PLANT 

GRA'IQMET FINOS BUYER FOR LtM 

SlL"OUETTEO SPIOER-MAN AT WOR< 

LCM SALE TALKS "AY BE NEAR CONCLUSION 

LCM PUTS NEW SPSRK IN GENERIC CIGARETTE PACKS 

LCM ALTERS WORKERS' SHIFTS 

NEW YORK INVESTOR BUY^ LCM 

LCM WORKERS REACT POSITIVELY TQ DEAL 

GULLEY SURPRISEP AT SALE 

LCM IN DECLINE SINCE 1913 

LCM PLANT SOLO FUR 1137 MILLION 

LE BOW OUIET ENTREPRENEUR 

THE LCM story: FROM THE TOPS TO BOTTOM 

LCM OFFERS STAFF RETIREMENT PLAN 

LCM SALE GOOD NEWS =0' ITS WORKERS. CITY 

LCM EMPLOYEES OFFERED EARLY RETIREMENT PLAN 

ANALYST: BIG ToRicCO COMPANIES SHOULD STAY PROFITABLE 

NEW OWNERSHIP GOOD SIGN FOR L' M WORKERS 

CIGARETTE COMPANIES FACE STRUGGLE 

THE GREAT CHESTERFIELD "YSTERY 

SIGN OF CHANGE 

A NAME STANDING TALL 

CORPORATE 'PRESENT-ATIO'." 

LCM TO MEET CHALLENGE. DEY SAYS 

SIGN OF CHANGE 

LIGGETT E MYERS TOBACCO CO.. EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO LIGGETT GROUP. EMPLOYEES 
LCM ALTERS WORKERS' SHIFTS 
LCM WORKERS REACT POSITIVELY TO JEAL 
LCM PLANT SOLO FOR tl37 MILLION 
LCM OFFERS STAFF RETIREMENT PLAN 
LCM EMPLOYEES OFFERED EARLY RETIREMENT PLAN 
NEW OWNERSHIP GOOD SIGN FOR LCM WORKERS 
LCM TC CUT WORK FORCE BY "ARCH 1 
LCM PLANS EMPLOYEE CUTBACK 

LIGGETT c MYERS TOBACCO CO.. HISTORY 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HISTORY 

NEW YORK INVESTOR £)UYS LCM 

LCM IN DECLINE SINCE 1913 

LCM PLANT SOLO FOR 5137 MILLION 

THE LCH story: from the TOPS TO BOTTOM 

LIGGETT C MYERS TOBACCO CO.. SALES 
LCM HAS PLUNGE IN PRuFITS 

LIGGETT GROUP 

STATE BANKS GROW BY 13i; CONSIDERED 'HEALTHY' 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CIGARFTTE RULING IS LEFT INTACT BY FEDERAL COURT 

NE« YORK INVESTOR BUYS LCM 

LCM IN DECLINE SINCE 1913 

LIGGETT GROUP. c-PLOYEES 

SEE ALS" LIGGETT c myeRS TOBACCO CO.. EMPLOYEES 
LIGGETT kETIREES PLAN TO ATTflO FLA. MEETING 

LIGHTNING 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. LIGHTNI'IG 

LIGHTNING HELPS BRING ILLUMINATION ON WINTER STORMS 
FOREST OFFICIALS FEAR EARLY FALL FIRE SEASON 

LIGHTNING BUGS 
SEE FIREFL lES 

lir-HTS 

SEE ALSO STREET LIGHTS 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SIGNALS 
SEE ALSO VISION 

LIGHTS THAT LOWER SOUGHT FOR < ENAN 

BALANCING ACT 

LILLINGTON. N.C. 

MARIJUANA FIELD IS DISCOVERED NEAR LILLINGTON 

LIMERICK LANE 

PARKuOOO RESIDENTS CLASH WITH BUILDER OVER FLOODING 

LIMESTONE COLLEGE 

PERRY WILL COACH AT LIMESTONE 

LIMOUSINES 

LIMOUSINE SERVICE CRITICIZED 

SOVIETS AID TAXPAYERS WITH CUTS AT EMBASSY 

LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER 

HOSPITAL CHIEF: MORE MINORITIES WANTED 
DUKE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON TFEN STRESSF5 



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PA'-.e 517 
1/0T/T7 



TEENS UFFEREO POEVENTIVE MEDICINE 
ROAD RACE GETS "iClOD START 

DPur. nELivEar van stolen from health center 

LINCOLN CENTER EXPANSION OK'D 

HEALTH CENTER HARKS 15TH YEAR 

ATTENTION GRABBER 

CHRRECT DATE 

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EHPLOVEES HONORED 

irOUTH PRE-HOLICAY PARTY TURNS INTO 'NEAR RIOT' IN UURMAM 

OURHA" WOMAN IS ADVISER TO NC <i-H 

OFFICIAL DENIES FIGHT-HEALTH CENTER LINK 

LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERi BUDGET 

SEE ALSC LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, FUND RAISING 
SENATE COMMITTEE OKS DURHAM, ORANGE FUNDS 
ALLOCATIONS OMITTED 
STATE MONEY BUDGETED FOR LINCOLN CENTER 

LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, EMPLOYEES 

LINCOLN HEALTH CENTER WILL HONOR 15 EMPLOYEES 

LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, FUND RAISING 

SEE ALSO LINCOLN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER. BUDGET 
RACE TO BENEFIT LINCOLN HEALTH CENTER 

LINCOLN COUNTY, N.C. 

POLICE HOPE SLAYING ARREST ENDS LENGTHY FAMILY FEUD 
CONVICTFO KILLER'S FARM HIT BY ARSON FOR SECOND TIME 

LINCOLN DEVELOPERS 

COMMISSIONERS APPROVE ZONING FOR DEVELOPMENT 
COUNTY OKS PARH-AREA SEWER SY', TEM 

LINCOLN HOSPITAL 

HEALTH CENTER MARKS 15TH YEAR 

LINCOLNTON, N.C. 

ALCOHOL POISONING BLAMED IN DEATH OF 12-YEAR-OLO 
13-YEAR-OLD HAY HAVE BEEN DEAD WHEN LEFT ON SIDEWALK 
37 INJURED WHEN SCHOOL "US OVERTURNS NEAR LINCOLNTON 
CITY MANAGER FREED ON 2 OF 3 CHARGES 
DISMISSAL SOUGHT OF EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE 

L1N6BERGER CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

LINGUISTS 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 

DUKE PROF RAPS LANGUAGE PROPOSITION 

LINKS INC. 

LINKS AUCTION SUNDAY FEATURES ART, FASHION 

LINN-CORRIHER CORP. 

ROWAN INDUSTRY CUTS BACK TO SAVE WATER 

LINOTYPES 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPEHS. U.S. 

LINOTYPE: WORLD'S 'HTH WONOER, 



' NOW 100 YEARS OLD AND NEAR EXTINCTION 



LINPPO COMPANY 

PLANNING BOARD TO REVIEW SITE PLANS TONIGHT 

PARK PLAN FACES REVIEW 

PLANNING PANEL OKS PAGE RO. COMPLEX 

LINVILLE CAVERNS 

NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM TO ILLUMINATE LINVILLE CAVERNS FOR 'iOTH ANNIVERSARY 

LION'S CLUB, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CITY UF MEDICINE LIONS CLUB 
SEE ALSO DURHAM DIAGNOSTIC LION^ CLUB 

LIONS CLUB TO SELL BROOMS, LISHT BULBS 

LIONS CLUB'S BROOM, BULB SALE SLATED SATURDAY 

OFFICERS 

AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS CALLED MISDIRECTED 

•THE ONLY THING WE CAN'T 00 IS SEE' 

MEMBERS OF DURHAM LIONS CLUB... 

LION'S CLUB INDUSTRIES 
SEE ALSO BLIND 

DURHAM FIRM TAKES PART IN GERMAN EXHIBIT 
MEDIOCRE JOB OUTLOOK IS SEEN FOR THIS FALL IN DURHAM 
50 YEARS HELPING THE BLIND 
'THE ONLY THING WE CAN'T 00 IS SEE- 
LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES, INC.: 50TH ANNIVERSARY 
MEMBERS OF DURHAM LIONS CLUB... 

LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES PRAISED FOR USE OF RESOURCES, TALENTS 
HOW THEY no IT 
LUMINARIES MAKE THE EVENING SPARKLE 

HQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, BLOWING ROCK 

BLOWING ROCK ANO BOONE VOTE TODAY ON ALCOHOL SALES 

BLOWING ROCK, BOJNE APPROVE LIQUOR SALES 

STUDENTS AT APPALACHIAN STATE HAIL APPROVAL OF BOONE BEER, WINE SALES 

BOONE GETS LIQUOR SALES AFTER 37 YEARS 

LIOUOR-BY-THE-ORINK, BOONE 
SEE ALSO POONE, N.C. 

BLOWING ROCK AND BOONE VOTE TIOAY ON ALCOHOL SALES 

BLOWING HOCK, BOONE APPROVE LIQUOR SALES 

STUDENTS AT APPALACHIAN STATE HAIL APPROVAL UF BOONE BEER, WINE SALES 

BOONE BEER SALES FIVE WEEKS AJAY 

BOONE GETS LIOUOR SALES AFTER 37 YEARS 

LIOUOR-BY-THE DRINK, BURLINGTON 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C. 

ALAMANCE SURVEY SUPPORTS A VOTE ON MIXED DRINKS 

LIOUOR-BY-THE-ORINK, CONCORD 

CONCORD LIQUOR BALLOTS RECOUNTED 

PRO-LIQUOR GROUP CHALLENGES TALLY IN CONCORD VOTE 

LIOUOR-BY-THE-DRINK, GOLDSBORO 
SEE ALSO GOLDSBORO, N.C. 

SALISBURY, EAST SPENCER, GOLDSBORO VOTE FOR MIXEU OPINKS 

LIOUOR-BY-THE-CRINK , N.C. 
SEE ALSO PARS 

SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 
SEE ALSO N.C, LAWS 

SALISBURY, EAST SPENCER, GOLDSBORO VOTE FOR MIXED DRINKS 

AVERY VOTES NO TO ALCOHOL SAL? 

LIOUOR-BY-THE-ORINK, SALISBURY 
SEE ALSO SALISBURY, N.C. 









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9/27/86 


c 


? 





N 


C60 


s 


2 


9/27/86 


c 


i 


P 


p 




s 


2 


10/30/56 


A 


1 




^I 


TB5 


s 


7 


10/30/86 


A 


7 




f; 




s 


2 


10/31/86 


A 


5 




N 


rs'' 


s 


J 


6/27/86 


A 


13 




N 




s 


2 


6/28/86 


A 


13 




N 




H 


2 


7/03/86 


b 






*1 




s 


2 


9/25/86 


A 


lA 




*l 


'•106 



H 2 ^/30/86 C 1 



H 2 
S 2 



1/19/86 B 13 
ll/OA/eo B A 



8/12/36 C 
8/12/86 C 



W35 
"06 



S 2 9/13/86 A 1 P N 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 



13 
6 



2/11/86 A 

2/12/86 B 

2/18/B6 C 10 

3/27/86 3 

7/18/86 A 9 



2 


11/28/86 


A 


1 


N 




7 


<./29/e6 


B 


2 


P U 


445 


2 


10/14/86 


B 


s 


N 




2 


7/06/86 


C 


3 


p N 


P38 


2 
2 
2 


3/04/86 
3/04/86 
3/05/86 


e 

B 
C 


1 
1 
1 


N 
N 
N 


M06 
■^06 


2 


3/21/86 


A 


13 


N 





S 


? 


4/JD/B6 


A 


9 




^l 




H 


/ 


5/01/86 


A 


1 6 




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2 


b/Zh/Sb 


A 


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p 


p 


1- ;ii 


H 


2 


9/Q4/86 


1) 


6 




N 




H 


2 


lD/26/86 


1- 


1 


P 


F 


71 1 


H 


2 


10/29/86 


U 


2 


P 


k 




s 


7 


9/13/86 


A 


5 


P 


N 




H 


2 


9/14/86 


n 


1'^ 


L> 


U 


1 41 


H 


2 


10/14/86 


B 


3 





P 


"h*- 


H 


2 


10/26/86 


F 


1 


P 


F 


711 


H 


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10/29/B6 


1) 


1 


11 


F 




H 


t 


10/29/86 


1) 


2 


P 


F 




H 


/ 


10/3^/86 


K 


9 




N 




H 


I 


10/31/86 


A 


11 


P 


P 


L2'l 



H 2 11/04/86 B 2 P U H45 



H 2 3/18/86 A 12 N 

52 3/19/86 A 8 N 

H 2 3/20/86 B 6 P N 

H 2 4/27/86 C 12 N 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



3/18/86 A 12 

3/19/86 A 3 

3/21/86 b 6 

3/21/86 B 5 

4/27/86 C 12 



H 1 8/16/86 C 



3/21/86 B 
3/24/86 A 



H 2 9/11/86 A 21 



H 2 9/11/86 A 21 
S 1 10/01/86 A 5 



NONTHLT/AN 



I S E X 
12/31/B6 



U B J e C T s 



l/O'/B? 



N F 
P D 



DATE 



SALISPUPY. EAST SPENCER. GOLDSBORO VOTE FOR ><IxEO DRINKS 
LIOUOR^H0US||^^^ IN SOUTH RALEIG" IN ORUG. LI0U05 HOUSE RAIDS 

LIOUOR HfluSeS. OURHA'* 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES 

DRUGS AND WEAPONS SEIZED IN RA 11 ,„ , „ „.. _ „ 

POLICE INVESTIGATE REPORT QC attack BY TRIO ON "AN 

LIOUOR HOUSE RAID NETS Two AR'ESTS 

PflLICE CHARGE 2 MEN WITH ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS 

IHO ARRESTEE IN POLICE RAID 

LICUOR INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
LIQUOR INDUSTRY. 



H .' 9/II/S6 A 21 
H 2 7/26/96 C 3 



H 2 
S 2 

H 2 



l/07/(>6 

i/25/e6 

6/22/16 
10/ll/''6 
10/13/''6 



NOT TOBACCO, SHOULD BE FOCUS OF GOVERNMENTS 



S 2 2/2n/R6 A 



LIOUHR LIABILITY 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SFE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SEE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

^^N.ci^UN^VERSniFs'To'-CRlcK'DOJN ON ORINKING AT FOOTBALL TAILGATE PARTIES H 2 7/2J/86 C IC N 

S6-ILLI0N SUIT FILED AGAINST STORE. MANAGER FOR ALCOHOL SALES... H 2 8/2A/R6 C 6 N 



LIOUOR RAIDS 

SEE ALCOHOL. 



ILLICIT SALES 



LISTEN AND REMEMBER (OUTDOOR ORAMAl 
SEE ALSO OUTDOOR DRAMAS 

N.C. OUTDOOR DRAMA SEASON OPEMS THURSDAY IN WAIHAW 

LITERACY 

SEE DUKE LITERACY PROGRAM 
SEE DURHAM LITERACY COUNCIL 
SEE ILLITERACY 

LITHOTRIPTER 

SEE ALSO KIDNEY STONES 

"lANbrGIvEs"uKPi!o?''oN\lTHOTRIPTER: human resources OiS^JMENT. 
PANEL SEEKS CHANGES IN STATF RESTRICTIONS FOR MEDICAL SERVICES 
HOSPITAL SE^KS MOBILE USE QF kIOnEy qEvTCE 

DUKfIs KIDNEY S-ASHER REQUEST FOR PATIENTS DENIED AGAIN BY STATE 
DUKE SEEKS REVERSAL OF LITHOTRIPTER RULING 
USE OF KIDNEY-STONE SMASHER DESERVES OK 
HOUSE OKS BILL TO L^T DUKE US? KIDNEY-STONE MACHINE 
HOSPITAL DROPS PLAN FOR MOBILE KIDNEY MACHINE 
bILL ^ETS TIME LIMIT FOR MARTIN TO SELECT JUDGES 
DUKE LITHOTRIPTER USt GETS SENATE APPROVAL 
COUNTY GENEPAL, MEMORIAL REOPFH LITHOTRIPTER TALKS 
SHOCK WAVES BEING USED TO BOMBARD CANCER 

LITTFR 

SEE ALSO CLEAN COMMUNITY SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO KEEP N.C. REAUTIFUL. INC. 
S=E ALSO N.C. CLEAN AND BEAUTIFJL INC. 
SEE ALSO TRASH DUMPING 

TRASH REMAINS 

ANTI-LITTER CAMPAIGN 

PUT TRASH WHERE IT BELONGS 

KEEP DURHAM CLEANER. TIPIER 

POLICE CRACKING DOWN ON LITTERING 

FALLING DEBRIS MAY BRING TICKET 

LITTER FNFORCEMENT DECISION A GOOD ONE 

MC1RRIS»ILLE PLANS CLEANUP PRO'.RAM 

ORANGE CC^ANUP EFFORT 10 BEGIN ON MONDAY 

KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL WEEK lAOl 

LITTER GRABBER ARRIVES 

JOIN AREA LITTER BATTLE 

LITTER FIGHTERS 

CARRB^RO 'CLEAN UP' WEEK SET FOR "AY 12-16 

DON'T LITTER NATURE'S BEAUTY 

'KEFP THE SCENE CLEAN' WINS 

GRANVILLE CLEANUP PROMOTED 

STATE WILL BE GETTING SPRING CLEANING IN FALL 

GRANVILLE COUNTY ADOPTS ITS FIRST LITTER ORDINANCE 

CLEAN UP OR ELSE 

SFyEN GROUPS REGISTER FOR GRANVILLE CLEANUP 

LITTERFEST COMING UP 

OVER =^00 »AG5 OF LITTER CLEANED JP IN GRANVILLc 

'LITTERFEST' SCHEDULED ON SATURDAY 

CLEAN UP THROUGH LITTERFEST 

SPECIAL LITTERFEST HELPERS 

OOGGI'iG LITTER 

GRANVILLE PLANS TO GET TOUGH ABOUT LITTER 

SATURDAY TO 'G.LITTEk' in chapel HILL 

RED CROSS CLEANUP 

TFSTIMQNiAL 

DURHAM MAN SAYS CITY HARASSIfT. HIM 

KEEP N.C. BEAUTIFUL AND N.C. CLEAN PLAN TO MERGE 
WHY CAN'T INSPECTORS ANSWER HIS COMPLAINT? 
WHAT'S AGAINST THE LAW? 

LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS. DURHAM 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

LITTLE CPEFK (DURHAM COUNTY. N.C.I 

STATE APPROVES LITTLE CREEK STREAM GROUP 

'"' '■JJJhl ^S'l^ ir^'^Xn EXTEND O'OER ON COKER PROPERTY 
JUDGE RULFS AGAINST BAROETT IN COKER ESTATE SUIT 
SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PROPERTY SUIT 
SUIT CLAIMS COUPLE LIBELED 

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO PABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASt"ALL 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE FO"TBALL 

SEE ALSO NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO WRAL-TV IRALEIGH. N.C.I 

BAMBINO LEAGUE SELECTS ALL-STARS 

LL BASEBALL WILL RETURN TO Dl^iHAM 

'"'^SeI kLSo"pEf2ESct'' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 
COUNTY CHAMPS 

"•"ly f^Se5'5"8gb3?"'s!HOOL. LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE 

"" PLANNING COUNCIL CONDEMNS WASTE-SITE PLAN 



H 2 5/30/?b D ■; P N W6^ 



7 


3/j6/e6 


B 1 


n 


■>30 


7 


5/16/R6 


d 


N 


CO 


7 


5/2"/R6 


A 






7 


5/31/P6 


f 


N 


1 6U 


7 


6/03/96 


c 




C63 


7 


6/12/B6 


A 


• - 




7 


7/02/P6 


6 


N 


XiLl 


7 


7/0"./B6 


B 


1 


L6'.' 


7 


7/10/86 


A 1 






? 


7/12/P6 


(. 


N 


LW 


7 


11/13/96 


B 


N 


L60 


2 


11/17/86 


b 







H 2 


1/10/P6 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


1/22/R6 


A 


6 


L 




S 2 


l/23/°6 


A 


A 


L 




H 2 


2/17/S6 


A 


A 


L 




H 2 


3/20/96 


A 


20 


N 




S 2 


3/20/86 


A 


16 


N 




S 2 


3/29/86 


A 


& 


E 




H 2 


<./l7/96 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


'./lR/''6 


D 


A 


N 




H 2 


h/iZ/fb 


A 


9 


n A 




H 2 


4/23/R6 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


"./25/P6 


A 


A 


F 




S 2 


'./29/86 


A 


n 


p p 


R76 


H I 


<./30/n6 


C 


3 


N 




H 2 


6/09/86 


A 


<. 


L 




H 1 


6/20/B6 


b 


I 


N 




H 2 


7/30/86 


e 


2 


N 




H 2 


3/17/86 


C 


8 


N 




H 1 


8/20/96 


c 


1 


N 


sao 


H 2 


9/2'>/86 


A 


t. 


E 




H I 


9/l"/96 


c 


1 


N 




H 7 


9/13/B6 


A 


A 


E 




H 1 


9/26/96 


a 


I 


N 




H 2 


10/01/96 


c 


3 


N 




H 2 


lO/OA/96 


A 


A 


F 




H 2 


10/05/96 


c 


I 


P P 


9 76 


S 2 


10/06/96 


c 


3 


P ? 


R76 


H I 


U/16/96 


6 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/07/86 


c 


<; 


N 




H 2 


11/09/66 


c 


7 


P P 


K3C 


S 2 


12/11/86 


c 


I 


P P 


L3? 


H 2 


12/19/86 


A 


1 


N 


■;5i 


H 2 


12/19/P6 


c 


l« 


N 




H 2 


12/22/°6 


A 


A 


E 




H 2 


12/29/86 


A 


A 


L 





H 2 1/24/P6 e = N 
; 2 10/28/86 CAN 



H 3 1/07/86 C 1 

H 3 1/31/86 E 1 

S 2 1/31/86 A 9 

H 3 6/17/86 C 1 



N 



S 7 6/17/96 B 3 N 
S 2 9/26/96 2 N 



S 2 1/23/96 b 6 P P 



S 2 1/23/96 C 1 N W82 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGc 599 
1/09/97 



OURHAf" SEEKING TO KEEP TAP HATE'! SOURCES CLEAN 

QFFICTAL: THEVBURN MIGHT SET PRECEDENT 

OURHAK HIGH ON LIST FOR HATER DESIGNATION 

BOND oeCOCHENOS COUNTY OK HODTFIED TREY^URN REZDiNING PLAN 

A BLOW STRUCK FOB THE HOARY PUCCOON 

TREYBURN HATER PLAN IS DRAWING SUPPORT 

TREYBURN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY URGFD 

SITF PLAN FOR TREYBURN PROJECT GETS NOD 

LITTLE RIVER UAM 

NEW DURHAM RESERVOIR 70t COMPLETE 

LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SPACE TRAVEL STARTS HERE 

THEY BUILT THIS CITY WITH '"ILE OF 10XES' 
■AND JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE...' 
AUTHOR. AUTHOR! 

6 COUNTY SCHOOLS GET NEH PRINCIPALS 
PAINIFR RESCUED FROM HATER TO.JER AT COUNTY SCHOOL 

LITTLE RIVER LAKE 

SEE ALSO LAKE HICHIE 
LET THE FOLKS FISH 

LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C.. RESERVOPS 

SEE ALSO LAKE MICHIE 

RFMOVE POINTS OF WATER POLLUTION H 

A COMMUNITY TORN ASUNDER: ORANGE FACTORY RESIDENTS ADJUST TO NEW HOMES H 

ORANGE FACTORY DECISION TOOK TIME H 

TREYBURN REZONING IS APPROVED ~ H 

FARPINGTON ROAD PLANT'S TESTS MAY BE MODEL FOR FUTURE H 

DURHAM HAY ?E MODEL FOR HATER SYSTEMS S 

S. AFRICA STRINGS ATTACHED TO CITY-NCNB CONTRACT H 

LITTLE RIVER LAUNCH MAY AFFECT WATER S 

RESERVOIR ON THE WAY H 
LIKE LIQUID GOLD: FOCUS IS ON WATER IN AREA'S WORST DROUGHT IN 100 YEARS H 

CITY'S WATER PLANNING A MODEL OF FORESIGHT H 

ORANGE TO GET LAKE BUTNER WATER H 

NEW DURHAM RESERVOIR T0% COMPLETE S 

DURHAM HATER OFFICIAL EXPECTS NO PROBLEMS H 

LIMIT LAKE RESTRICTIONS H 

USE LITTLE RIVER RESERVOIR FOR RECREATION H 

RECREATION: ...HOW MUCH HILL 9E ALLOWED AT LITTLE RIVER PROJECT H 

WATER CONSERVATION IS A YEAR-ROUND JOB S 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS ACCEPTS CITY PLANS FOR LAKE RECREATION H 

LITTLE RIVER TOWNSHIP 

TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS: 



NO MORE TALK ABOUT ZONING 



LITTLEJOHN ASSOCIATES 

HAYTI PLAN PROMPTS CONFLICT OJESTIONS 

LITTLETON, N.C. 

LITTLETON FESTIVAL SATURDAY 

LIVER TRANSPLANT 

BRANDON, LIVER RECIPIENT, PLAYING HIS DRUMS AGAIN 

LIVER RECIPIENT RECOVERING HELL 

'.-YEAR-OLD CANCER VICTIM NOW HAS INOPERABLE TUMOR 

LIVER TRANSPLANT ADVANCES TO RE DISCUSSED 

6-MONTH-OLO LUMBERTON GIRL RECEIVES LIVER TRANSPLANT 

LUMBERTON BABY NEEDS 2ND LIVER TRANSPLANT 

N.C. INFANT 'DOESN'T HAVE MUCH CHANCE' UNLESS LIVER DONATED 

SECOND LIVER FOUND FUR N.C. 6-MONTH-OLD 

LUMBERTON BABY GETS 2ND LIVER TRANSPLANT 

N.C. LIVER TRANSPLANT PATIENT DIES 

LIVER RECIPIENT IS AWAKE. TALKING 

GIRL REJECTING LIVER 

LIVESTOCK 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN MINOR BREEDS CONSERVANCY 

SEE ALSO PEEF 

SEE ALSO BRANDING 

SEE ALSO COWS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM KIWANIS CLUB JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW AND SALE 

SEE ALSO HOGS 

SFE ALSO POULTRY 

SEE ALSO SWINE 

LIVESTOCK DEATHS BLAMED ON DOGS 

MANY FARM ANIMALS, ONCE COMMON, FACING EXTINCTION 

BEEF PRODUCERS UPSET OVER SLAUGHTER 

TAR HEEL LIVESTOCK SUFFERING, DYING 

GROUP WORKS TO PRESERVE RARE BREEDS OF LIVESTOCK 

LIVIN' E-Z (CHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 
LIVIN' E-Z (AD I 

LIVING-AT-HOME PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO HOME HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS. HEALTH CARE 

DURHAM PART OF NATIONAL PROJECT TO HELP ELDERLY REMAIN AT HOME 
DUKE TU HELP ELDERLY AVOID NURSING HUMES 

LIVING CHRISTMAS TREE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS TREES 

CHURCH SINGER MAKES COMEBACK SHE PROMISED 
CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR 

LIVING HISTORY 

SEE OUKF HOMESTEAD STATE HISTORIC SITE 
SEE DURHAM, N.C, HISTORY 

LIVING WATERS PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH 
EA5TEP DRAMA 

LIVING WILL 

SEE ALSO EUTHANASIA 

SEE ALSO FUNERALS 

SEE ALSO RIGHT-TO-DIE 

UNPLUGGED FEEDING TUBES NEH FOCUS OF RIGHT-TO-DIE DEBATE 

N.C. HAS LIVING HILL LAW 

SUFFERING SEEN AS ENEMY, NOT DEATH 



LIVING WITH THE NEH JERSEY 
SEE ALSO BEACHES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO NEW JERSEY 

DUKE GEOLOGIST'S BOOK 

LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE 

NCCU GETS LOW MARKS 



SHORE IBOOKI 

CITES NEH JERSEY SHORELINE WOES 



ON TEACHER EXAMS 

LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

EAGLES NIP LIVINGSTONE IN BULL CITY 

LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE SPORTS. FOOTBALL 



N 
P 


E 
D 


DATE 


S 

E 
C 


PG 


I 
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L 


T 
Y 
P 


»YL 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 

s 

H 

s 


2 


3/ 9/P6 
3/ 9/66 
3/ 9/P6 
3/2';/P6 
3/28/86 
3/28/86 
<./01/B6 
10/08/86 


A 

c 
c 

A 

B 
A 
A 

c 


1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 





N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


M97 
M97 

W36 
•<97 
M06 
W16 
■'Oh 


s 


2 


9/01/86 


A 


1 





N 


H70 


H 

H 
H 

H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2/09/P6 
3/15/Bt 
<./19/86 
<./2?/86 
6/2A/86 
9/16/86 


D 
C 
C 

c 
c 
c 


1 
3 

1 

i 
1 

3 


P 
p 

p 

p 
p 


F 
N 
p 
P 
N 
N 


r 19 

C50 
M66 
"66 
SB". 


H 


2 


U/12/86 


A 


A 




L 





2/28/86 

3/17/86 

3/17/86 

<./l5/B6 

5/13/86 

5/13/86 

5/23/86 

5/29/86 

5/07/86 

7/n/86 

7/25/86 

7/30/86 

9/01/86 

10/02/86 

1 1/18/86 

ll/2'-/e6 

12/07/86 

12/12/86 

12/19/96 



1 
1 
1 
10 
1 
1 
1 



F J5A 

N J5A 

N H36 

N M97 

N W8? 

N W36 

N ^"69 

P S76 

N M06 
F 

N "97 

N H70 



H 3 9/09/86 C 1 



S 2 6/16/86 C 1 



H I 9/27/86 C 1 





l/Vt/ab A 


3 


N 


130 




l/l'./R5 C 


A 


N 






',/D9/86 B 


A 


' N 






5/02/86 C 


9 


'1 


■)H(I 




5/29/86 


S 


N 






0/05/86 A 


1 9 


N 






6/05/86 A 


!■) 


N 






5/06/86 A 


1 


N 






5/07/86 B 


9 


'1 






6/17/85 C 


9 


N 






7/2<./86 A 


15 


N 






10/02/86 C 


B 


'1 





H 3 2/18/66 C 3 M 

H 1 2/26/86 B 5 N 

H 2 «/2e/e6 B 2 N 

H 2 7/12/P5 A 8 N 

H 2 8/0A/96 B 1 P N ni,n 



H 2 5/13/86 7 



H 2 9/05/86 B 3 N C60 
S 2 9/11/95 A 1 N HTn 



H 2 12/16/96 A 12 P M 
H 2 12/29/85 A 4 L 



H 2 3/30/85 A 1 P P L20 



M 2 7/07/85 a 2 
S 2 7/15/86 B 2 
H 2 12/09/96 B 1 



H 2 6/05/96 C 1"= P N DBO 

S 2 9/04/85 A 12 N 

H 2 12/05/86 C 2 P N 967 



MONTHLY/AN 



I M 3 E X 
12/31/86 



PAGc 600 
1/0O/17 



SOXF E4GLFS KILL CELEBRATE HO-eCOlING VS. LIVINGSTONE 

EAGLE AIR SHOW HITS CHARLOTTE 

EAGLES TAKE TO THE GROUND IN TRAPPING THE BEARS. 50-11 

LIZARDS 

SEE ALSO REPTILES 

BIG. FEISTY LIZARD TAKEN FOR 'GATOR 

LLAMAS 

N.C. LLAMAS GAIN IN POPULARITY 

LLOYD'S OF LONDON 

SELF-INSURANCE POOL EXPECTED TQ HELP N.C. CITIES 

LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO BANKS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO PUSINESS LOANS 
SEE ALSO HUME-EauITY LOANS 
SEE ALSO HOUSING. LOAN PROGRA»S 
SEE ALSO N.C. LAMS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 
LOAF AND LOAN 
CREDIT — HOW TO GET YOURS 



CS PANEL STUDIES LOBBYING 

INDUSTRY GOT A<A HELP 22 
YISTS' GICTS. FAVORS NEED 
CS COMMISSION APPROVES TOU 

PERSUADED TO DELAY NECOTI 
SPARES CJUNCILHAN FROM "IS 
CAL GROUP HIRES NATIVE OF 
L REJECTS LOBBYIST FEES 01 
DFAVER CASHFS IN 
L OK S 39 RILLS POR SHORT S 
STIGATIVE GRAND JURIES MAY 
E LOBBYIST REVEALS TRICKS 

LEADER URGES SUPPORT FOR 
ARANCE MONEY SETS BAD PPEC 

INFLUENCE PEDDLERS 
CS LEGISLATION NEEDS TO G? 
ER RESISTANT TAX REFORM (C 
NISTRATION MAY BE BLOCKED 
IC POORLY SERVED BY OFFICI 
HONORABLES. DISHuNORARIA 
MBLY HAS NUMBER OF MODERN- 
LOBBYISTS: LAWYERS AND FOR 
TE CONTINUES ON LOBBYISTS 
SYSTEM'S TOP LOBBYIST RETI 
EWIOE CITIZENS' LOBBY PLAN 
ILE LOBBY SPENT S3. 2 MILLI 

LOBBYIST WON'T OPPOSE BUS 



YEARS AGO 

TIGHTER RESTRICTIONS 

GH. NEW LOBBYING STATUTE 

ATIONS ON HMOS 

TAKE 

DURHAM 

SCLOSURE 

ESSION 

BE USED IN DRUG CASES 
OF GAME IN ASSEMBLY 
'DRAM SHOP' BILL 
EDENT 

FURTHER 
ARTOONI 

FRJM TRYING PRIVATE PRISONS 
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LOBSTERS 

SEE ALSO SEAFOOD INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO SHELLFISH 

91-YEAR-OLO LOBSTER RETURNED TO VIRGINIA 
LIVE LOBSTERS FROM MAINE 

LOCH NESS MONSTER 

SEE ALSO CREATURES AND MONSTERS 
DON'T 'MESS' WITH NESSIE 

LOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSn SCHOLARSHIPS ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS! 
SEE ALSr UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDENT AID 
FIRST LOCK SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED 

LOCKHEED CORP. 

DEFENSE CONTRACTORS' 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

LOCKRIDGE COMMUNITY IQRANGF COUNTY. N.C.I 
DESIGNS FOR LIVING 

LOCOMOTIVES 

SEE RAILROADS. N.C. 
SEE TRAINS 

LOCUSTS 

LOCUSTS ADDING TO PLAGUE ON STATE'S TREE INDUSTRY 

LOEWS CORPORAtlQN 

TO BE LEADER. SAYS MILLIONAIRE. LOOK LIKE LEADER. 
CIGARETTE RULING IS LEFT INTAZT BY FEDERAL COURT 

LOEWS FOUNDATION 

»5.000 GIVEN FOR BUSINESS ST1X)ENTS 

LUG CABINS 

«500 LOG HOUSE FULFILLS DREAM 
FIRE DESTROYS VACANT LOG CABIN 

'""''see also CONTESTS ISEE ALSO SPECIFIC NAMES OF CONTESTS! 
SEE ALSO SYMBOLS 

ORANGE HIGH STUDENT WINS LOGO CONTEST 

PROBLEM UF LOITERING NOT EASY TO SOLVE, POLICE CHIEF TELLS BOARD 
STORE HALTING SALES OP WINt 
CARRBORO STORE RESUMES WINE SALES 

LONDON. ENGLAND 

SEE ALSO GREAT PRIIA"' 
RDU AIRLINE WANTS 
CHARLHTTE. DURHAM 

AIR TfAvEL Expands 
ANALYSTS: AIRPORTS 
RDU MAY OFFPR INTE 
AMERICAN TO DOUBLE 
AIRPORT FOOD FIRM 
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CHAMBERS. CONGRESS 
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FAILURE OPENS DOOR 
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l^-ESICAN AIRLINES HUB Tn OPEN WITH MORE TRAFFIC THAN EXPEI"TEO 

TRIANGLE LOGICAL PICK FOR NEW LONDON GATE 

AMERICAN AIRLINES OFFICIALS PREDICT tSOO MILLION INFUSION INTO ECONOMY 

■LAND US IN LONDON' BANNER GETS OFF THE FLYING START 

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BOUND FOR LONDON 

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TAKING OFF 

LANDING IN LONDON: 363 MORE REASONS 

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AIRLINE MAKES TOKYO ONE STOP FROM ROU 

MOVE PRESERVED RDU'S BIO FOR LONDON FLIGHTS 

DESPITE FEINT. R DU VYING FOR SERVICE 

TPANSPOPTATION DEPARTMENT OP E^ S DOOR FOR 2 GATEWAYS 

ROU CHANCES CLIMB FOR LONDON FLIGHTS 

MARTIN, HARRINGTON URGE CITIES TO SET ASIDE RIGHTS-OF-WAY 

ORDER HELPS CLARIFY 'GATEWAY' COMPETITION 

HU HONOR GOES nRIIISH 

GATEWAY WOULD OPEN TRIANGLE TO A BRITISH INVASION, PANEL TOLD 

AGENTS SAY AREA TO LURE U.K. VISITORS 

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE TARGET TRIANGLE ISSUES 

JUDGE ACCELERATES SCHEDULE FOR SELECTING GATEWAY AIRLINE 

'LAND US IN LONDON' WINNER 

PEN PALS MEET 22 YEARS LATER 

STATE OFFICIALS VISITING ENGLAND, PROMOTE N.C. 

STATE OFFICIALS HOPEFUL ON N.C .-U.K. AIR LINK 

A GREAT GATEWAY CASE 

SUPPORT PILING UP FOR LONOON FLIGHT FROM ROU AIRPORT 

RDU'S COMPETITION FOR LONDON FLIGHT BANKS ON TRIANGLE 

FLIGHTS FROM ROU AIRPORT TAKE OFF 

LOWEST ROU-LONDON FARE WOULD BE ABOUT »400 

HARD HATS GATHER AT AIRPORT 

CHARLOTTE TO GET LONDON GATEWAY, SOME OBSERVERS SAY 

ROU OFFICIALS DENY REPORT ABOUT GATEWAY 

LET'S BE FAIR, OPEN ON GATEWAY DECISION 

'LAND US IN LONDON' 

LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO THE NIGHT IPLAYI 
BROADWAY SOUTH 
TICKETS TO GO ON SALE 
TICKETS AVAILABLE 

DUKE OFFERS CLASS ON O'NEILL PLAY 

COLORFUL IMPRESSIONS: A NEW ROUTE TO BROADWAY? 
'LONG DAY' OPENS AT DUKE MONDAY 

DUKE SEMINAR FEATURES ACTOR JACK LEMMON, DIRECTOR JONATHAN MILLER 
GLAXO GIFT GETS 36 OUK £ STUDENTS TICKETS TO GALA 
BROADWAY IN DURHAM 

JACK LEMMON LIKES THE QUIET PHONE 

SHORTER 'LONG DAY' SWEETENED WITH A TWIST OF LEMMON 
SHORT TALK ON 'LONG DAY' 

LEMMON: ACTORS MUST BE MjMICS. NOT PLAY THEMSELVES 
'NIGHT': THIS HOT AIR DOESN'T RISE 

LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

SEE ALSO Carolina godiva track club 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO CITY OF MEDICINE ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, CROSS-COUNTRY (WOMENI 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE ALSO FOOTFALLS ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO GREAT RALEIGH ROAD RACE 

SEE ALSO JOGGING 

SEE ALSO PREDICTION RUN 

SEE ALSO RUN FOR HEART 

SEE ALSO WALKING 

SEE ALSO WORLD RUNNERS 

FIFTH ANNUAL RUN FOR HEART SC^EDULEO 

CHAPEL CHILL RACE SET FOR MARCH I 

CHILL RACE MARCH 1 

•HEALTH NIGHT OUT' TO OFFER TIPS FOR WALKERS, RUNNERS 

ORANGE COUNTY SETS 2 ROAORACE EVENTS 

BUTNER POAO RACE SET 

STRONG LEGS RAN. ..SO PARALYZED MAY WALK 

HEAD-START QUALIFYING SILLY IDEA FOR OLYMPICS 

ROAD RACES SET 

MEASURING RACE COURSE NO SIMPLE MATTER 

ROAD RACE GETS GOOD START 

OFF AND RUNNING 

DURHAM RUNNER WINS ROAD RACE 

SHE WILL RUN ACROSS AUSTRALIA 

RUNNERS, SKYOIVERS GET IN LIC<S 

BT-YEAR-QLD HARATHONER STRESSES POSITIVE ATTITUDE 

LFGEN05 AND ENTHUSIASTS GRACE DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC RACE 

THE CRIME OF APATHY 

UNCOOKED SOW REIGNS OVER TODAY'S HOG DAY 

RUNNING INJURIES COMMON 

N.C. WOMAN BEGINS AUSTRALIAN RUN 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T STOP CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNER 

BLIND RUNNER KEEPS PUSHING 

ROAD RACE WILL HAVE MORE THAN 300 OFF AND RUNNING NOV. 2 

CARRBOKO ROAD RACE TO ALTER TRAFFIC FLOW 

GREGOREK SETS MARK IN OLD RELIABLE RUN 

'RUN FOR SIGHT' SET FOR NOV. 30 

DUKE, UNC TEAMMATES FOR HOSPITAL 

'RUN FOR SIGHT' RACE TO"ORROW 

'RUN FOR SIGHT' RACE TO BF NEXT SUNDAY 

RACE IS SUNDAY 

'BUN FOR SIGHT' SET FOR SUNDAY 

HE DOESN'T NEED SIGHT TO REACH THE FINISH LINE 

BLIND RUNNER REVS UP FOR TOMORROW'S RACF 

N.C. WOMAN RUNNING ACROSS AUSTRALIA 

PUDDLE-JUMPERS VIE IN 'RUN FOR SIGHT' 

FIRST RUN FATIGUE 

BLIND RUNNER 'INSPIRATIONAL' IN "RUN FOR SIGHT' 

N.C. WOMAN HOPES TO SET RECORD 

LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS 
SEE TELEPHONE RATFS 
SEE TELEPHONES, DURHAM 
SEE TELEPHONES, N.C. 
SEE TELEPHONES, U.S. 

LONG MEADOW PARK 

RIVAL GANGS CLASH AT DURHAM PARK 

LONGBRANCH SALOON 

RISING RANDY TRAVIS AT RALEIGH'S LONGBRANCH 

LONGEVITY 

SEE LIFE EXPECTANCY 

LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL (BOOK AND PLAY I 
WOLFE REMEMBERED 

SOMETIMES, YOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN 

WOLFE'S SPIRIT LIVES IN THIS "LOOK HOMtWARO. ANGEL' 
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ACTOR HURT, BUT UNC PLAY WILL GO ON 

INJURED ACTOR REPLACED IN PLAYMAKERS- PRODUCTION 

LORILLARO CORP. 

S5,000 GIVEN FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS 
LEAF PLAN MAY BE SIGNED TODAY 

LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO CALIFORNIA 
THE RESCUE MISSION 
...SUGGESTED DESIGN FOR A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MISS LIBERTY... ICART( 

LOS ANGELES DODGERS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

DODGERS NEW BAT BOY 

LOS ANGELES LAKERS 

LAKERS. BULLS TD PLAY EXHIBITION AT UNC 
ESPOSITO. 5 FROM PACK NAMED TT ACC SQUAD 
TWIN TOWERS, ROCKETS TAKE CONTROL OUT WFST 
LAKERS-PULLS A LARGE NBA LOCAL GAME 
JORDAN, WORTHY RETURN 
JABBAR: TRULY A BASKETBALL GIANT 

LOST AND FOUUD 

LOST ITEMS CROWD CITY HALL 

t2a<..05D IN CASH, BONOS STOLEN FROM PARKED CAR 

PURSE-MATCHER 

LUST COLONY 

SEE ALSO HATTAOARE INDIAN NATION 
SEE ALSO OUTDOOR DRAMAS 

PEMBROKE STATE PROFESSOR CLAI'^S ANSWER TO THE LOST COLONY'S FATE 

LOST COLONY SEARCH TAKES A FALSE TRAIL 

THREE HISTORICAL DRAMAS BECKON BEACHGOERS 

EX-DIRECTOR SAYS "LOST COLONY' ENDANGERED 

THE LONG DAY OF A SHORT CAREE' 

GROUP NEEDS i2.1 MILLION MORE FOR NEW ARTS CENTER 

CHIEF LEADS HATTAOARE INDIAN MATION 

LOTTERIES 

SEE ALSO GAMBLING 

GREENSBORO MAN AND HIS SISTER BEAT LOTTERY ODOS 
LOTTERY WOULD RELIEVE N.C. TAXPAYERS 
HONEY WOES SPOIL DINNER FOR OFFICIALS 
WEDDING PRESENT TURNS INTO S3. 25 MILLION GIFT 
N.C. EDUCATORS' GROUP TO ADVOCATE STATE LOTTERY 
MARTIN, JORDAN STILL OPPOSE STATE LOTTERY 
VOTE ON N.C. LOTTERY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 
THE PULSE OF AMERICA 

LOU GEHRIG'S DISEASE 

SFE AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS 

LOUISUURG, N.C. 

THREE LOUISBURG BREAK-INS PRORED 

FRANKLIN DEPUTIES SEEK ARMED ROBBER 

NEW HOUSES LOOTED 

FRANKLIN WILL LOAN 160,000 TO WATER AUTHORITY 

RAINS ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY HAVE LAKE LEVELS IN FRANKLIN RISING 

MONEY TAKEN FROM STORE'S SAFE 

POLICEMAN INTERRUPTS BREAK-IN IN LOUISBURG 

CRUISING "THE ONLY THING TO DT 

THE TOWN OF LOUISBURG ALSO IN POWER BUSINESS 

LIGHTNING BOLT FLIPS SWITCH IN LOUISBURG 

ARRESTS MADE AFTER CROWD GATHERS 

LOSER REQUESTS RECOUNT IN FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S RACE 

FRANKLIN ELECTION OFFICIALS DENY REQUEST FOR RECOUNT 

L0UIS8URG-AREA CHURCHES PLAN WALK FOR NEEDY 

MAN CHARGED IN LOUISBURG SHOOTING 

THREE BREAK-INS REPORTED 

LOUISBURG, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, N.C. 

AREA TOWNS GEARING UP FOR CHRISTMAS PARADES 

LOUISBURG, N.C, TAXES 

SQUEEZE play: LOSS OF R'= VENUE- SHA R I NG MONEY FORCES BUDGET JUGGLING 

LOUISBURG AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE LOUISBURG/FPANKL IN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE 

SEE ALSO CLIFTON L. BENSON CHAPEL AND RELIGIOUS LIFE CENTER 
■CAMELOT' ON STAGE IN LOUISBURG 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE DEDICATES C-IAPEL 
FRANKLIN WOMAN JOINS LOUISBURj COLLEGE STAFF 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE OBSERVING BICENTENNIAL 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE, CONCERTS 

LOUISBURG CHRISTMAS CONCERT TODAY 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE CHAPEL 

SEE CLIFTON L. BENSON CHAPEL AND RELIGIOUS LIFE CENTER 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE FOLK MUSIC AND D'NCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FOLK UANCING 

MUSIC, CRAFTS, TOURS PLANNED FOR FOLK FESTIVAL IN LOUISBURG 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE SPORTS 

LOUISPUfG FRESHMAN WINS CAR, MAY NOT GET TO KEEP IT 
THE FINAL VERDICT: LOUISBURG STUDENT CAN KEEP THE CAR 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE SPORTS, BASEBALL 

NOAH HANDLES VILAS WITH STRAIGHT-SET WIN 

LUUISUURG COLLEGE SPORTS, WOMEN 
LOUISBURG IW] 77, ESSEX 63 

LOUISBURG HIGH SCHOOL 

LOUISBURG HIGH SCHOOL VANDALIZED 

LOUISBURG SCHOOL GETS BOMB THREAT 

LOUISPURG HIGH GETS BOMB CALL 

PRINCIPAL NAMED FOR LOUISBURG HIGH 

LOUISBURG HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVES 1UMB THREATS 

L0UIS3URG LIONS CLUB 

HAY DISTRIBUTED BY LOUISBURG CLUB 

LOUISBURG NURSING CENTER 

PATIENT AT NURSING CENTER ASSAULTED 

LOUISBURG POLICE OEPT. 

SOME TOWNS LOSE TRAINED OFFICERS BECAUSE OF PAY 



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LOUISBURG THEATER 

SOME OUO OOHNTOMN THEATERS STILL npFN 

LOUISBURG/FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER DF COMMERCE 
TICKETS ALMOST GONE FOR FRANKLIN BANQUET 
TAX PLAN TOPIC FOCUS IN FRANKLIN 
MAVRETIC TO SPEAK IN LOUISBURG 

FRANKLIN UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURES CALLED MISLEADING 
SMALL BUSINESS WORKSHOP PLANNED 
FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER'S DIRECTOR RESIGNS 

LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. 

6R0DHEAD UNDER FIRE BY L SU ATHLETIC COUNCIL 
FANFARE: BKOOHEAD RESIGNS 

LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
DALE BROWN MEDIA'S FAVORITE 
ZND-HALF SURGE PACES CARDINALS 
FREAKY DEFENSE PROVED FLEETINS IN CARDS' VICTORY 

LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 
CRUM SAYS OBS. BACKS KEY AT LSU 
UNC AT LSU 

LSU STEPS ON TAR HEELS. 30-3 
TIGERS FEAST AT TAR HEELS' EXPENSE 
FOR TAK HEELS. TIME TO AVOID FAMIL'IAR FINISH 
HEELS MOVING IN WRONG DIRECTION 
CRUMMY LSU TRIP LEFT UNC REELING 

LOVE 

SEE ALSO ROMANCE IGENERAL HEADING) 

'■.9'!:^''°,'"^"°' '--^ '^ LIGHT UP YOUR LIFE — BUT WATCH OUT FOR OLD FLAMES 

MARRIED COUPLES MORE REALISTIC ABOUT LOVE. N.C. PROFESSOR SAYS 

LOVE TRACTOR (MUSIC GROUP) 

ON STAGE OR ON RECORD. LOVE TRACTOR STALLS OUT 

LOVEFEAST 

SEE MORAVIAN LOVEFEAST 

LOW-INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO SHARE THE WARMTH PROGRAM 

ASSISTANCE OFFERED ON FUEL COSTS 

APPLICATIONS FOR FUEL HELP BEING TAKEN 

HEATING-BILL AID AVAILABLE 

HEATING BILL ASSISTANCE APPLICATIONS OPEN TODAY 
ENERGY PROGRAM SEEKS LONG-TERM BENEFITS FOR LOW-INCOME CONSUMERS 

LOWE'S COMPANIES. INC. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CHANGED VOTE GIVES SUPPLY STO' E PANEL'S OK 

VOTE CHANGE TIPS PEZONING RULING 

PUBLIC BUSINESS SHOULD BE CONDUCTED IN PUBLIC 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CDLORCRAFT riF DURHAM IS NOW LARGEST FILM PROCFSSOR 

LOWE'S SEEKS REZUNING; PROTEST PETITION INVALID 

LOWE'S REZONING REOUEST GRANTI^D BY CITY COUNCIL 

SPLIT COUNCIL OKS SUPPLY-STORE ZONE 

COUNCIL VOTE CALLED IRREGULAR 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS SUE OVER REZONING FOR LOWE'S 

JUDGE'S INJUNCTION HALTS LOWE'S STORE TEMPORARILY 

RESIDENTS GET INJUNCTION AGAINST LOWE'S BUILDING 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS TRY TO OBTAIN BOND 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS MEET BONO 

DURHAM'S Share of retail-sales pie in triangle is steady at 22* 

LOWE'S SEPTEMBER SALES RISE 6» 

RETAIL SALES IN SEPTEMBER PERK UP LACKLUSTER AUGUST 

COURT BLOCKS NEW LOWE'S STORE IN NORTH DURHAM 

COUNCIL WON'T APPEAL RULING 

CITY COUNCIL WON'T APPEAL LOWF • S ZONING REVERSAL 

STURY UNNECESSARILY INSINUATED SLEAZINESS 

LOWE'S FILES APPEAL IN DENIED REZONING 

SECRECY UNWARRANTED IN REZONING DISCUSSION 

COUNCIL SNUBS PUBLIC SAFETY. ZONING ISSUES 

COUNCIL VETOES MOVE FOR PUBL IC -SAFETY VOTE 

LOWE'S RULING A SHAKY NEIGHBO' VICTORY 

LOWE'S PLAYED BY RULES 

MAYOR ACTED PROPERLY 

LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES PLAN FOR REORGANIZING. BUILDING 

aUILTING BEE 

SCIENCE WEEK LIFTS OFF 

LIFTOFF 

LOWE'S STUDENTS TRAVEL BACK I<4 TIME 

NEW SCHOOLS TOP WISH LIST 

LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE RESTORATION TO PRESERVE MgMORIFS OF 

UURHAM TAXI DRIVER "OBBED AT <NIFEPniNT 

AUTISTIC-TEEN PARENTS WANT PK"'GRAM MQVEn 

DURHAM SCHOOL BONDS SPARK CONTROVERSY 

HICKS STRESSES URGENT NEED FO' SCHOOL BONOS 

LOWE'S GROVE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
LOWES GROVE STATION OPENS 
SCIENCE WHIZZES 
INVENTIVE STUDENTS 
CIVICS LESSON 

HISSING LETTERS RETURNED, BUT WITHOUT 1350 IN CHECKS 
PARENTS UF AUTISTIC RAP LONG 1 US RIDE 
AUTISTIC-TEEN PARENTS WANT PRTGRAM MOVED 
SCHOOLS TURN DOWN PLEA TO MOVE AUTISTIC TEENS 
DOG CARE 
LOWE'S GROVE JUNIOR HIGH PRESENTS HONOR ROLL 

LOWE'S GROVE SCHOOL 

SEE LOWE'S GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHIOL 

LOWE'S GPQVE SCHOOL, LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE 

LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE RESTORATION TO PRESERVE MEMORIES OF 'OLDEN DAYS' 

LOWE'S INVESTMENT CORP. 
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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MOOSE LODGE 2045 

SEE ALSO WOMEN OF THE MOOSE 

THANKS GIVEN FOR PROJECT HELP 

LOYALTY 

WHISTLE STORY MAKES HER CONSIDER CONSEOUENCES 

LOYOLA COLLEGE IBALTIMOREl SPORTS. SOCCER 
DUKE SOCCER MEETS UNBEATEN LOYOLA 
BLUE DEVILS ROLL INTO SEMIFINALS 



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STONE COAL C18RIES OUKE TO SE'-IPINALS 

LOVOLA UNIV. SPO'^TSt BASKETBALL (CHICAGO) 

DEPTH. BEEJUNOING SEND WOLFPAtK RAMBLIN' PY LOYOLA H 2 

THREE-POINTERS THREATEN -PACK S 2 

LUCHV STRIKE CIGARETTES 

BUSINESS PRIEFING " 2 

DEMAND UP <.6t FOR DURHAM-HADE LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS H 2 

INSIDE 5 2 

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SFE ALSO INOIANSt N.C. 

GREENSBORO SCHOOL OFFICIALS P'OTESTINC NEW FEOEOAL RULES ON INDIAN PROG. H 2 

lUSCARGRA COLLEAGUES CRITICIZE CHIEF WHO SELLS HONOR AR Y. . . MEHBfcRSH I PS H 2 

PFM^ROKF STATE PROFESSOR CLAI-S ANSWER TO THE LOST COLONY'S FATE H 2 

PART [:jpiA.-g, SHE VALUES HERITAGE FKa^^ BOTH SIDES H 2 

LUM=EE DOCTOR S'YS HE STUCK TD GOAL H 2 

INDIAMS REMEMBER TRSOITIONS AT ENO-OCC ANE ECH I POHHOW H 2 

PEMBROKE UNIVERSITY SERVES AS SYMBOL TO LUM1EE INDIANS H 2 

OCPUTY KILLING LUM3EE ANGERS INDIANS. BLACKS H 2 

COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER 'ShOCKEO" ABOUT INQUEST INTO LUMBFE'S DEATH H 2 

LUMBER INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO FORESTRY 
SEE ALSO FORESTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO TI-BER 
SEE ALSO TREES 

LOGGERS COMPLAIN ABOUT LARGE SALES 

CHATHAM JOINS 15 COUNTIES IN JOOO FIGHT 

LUMBERTON. N.C- 

PROSECUTOR LEADER IN WINNING DEATH SENTENCES 

DEBUTANTE BEH4VES LIKE A PIC 

LUMBERTON RESIDFNTS EVACUATED AFTER CHEMICAL TANK CAR LEAKS 

LUM8ERT0N BABY NEEDS 2N0 LIVER TRANSPLANT 

N.C. INFANT "DOESN'T HAVE MUCH CHANCE' UNLESS LIVER DONATED 

SECOND LIVER FOUND FOR N.C. 6-MONTH-OLO 

COUNCIL OF STATE SUED OVER BUILDING DECISION 

MARTIN LOSES VETO SUIT 

MARTIN TO APPEAL COURT'S DECISION ON HIS AUTHORITY 

LUMINARIA 

ILLUMINtTING WORK 
LUMINARIES LIGHT UP WOODCROFT 
LUMINARIES JILL LIGHT RESERVOIR 
LIGHTING THE HAY 

LUMLEV ROAD 

STIRRUP CREEK WINS REZONINC BATTLE 

COUNTY TO HULL LUMLEY ROAD OEZGNING 

COUNTY PANEL DKS PLAN FCJR 2'^Z HOUSES 

COUNTY BOARD ENDORSES REZONING PLANS FOR LUMLEY ROAOi ROUGEMONT 

LIST OF HIGHWAY NEEDS GETS BOARD'S BACKING 

COUNTY OKS BIGGER OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION 

LUNAR ECLIPSE 

SEE ALSO ECLIPSES 

MOON TO ECLIPSE BRIGHT STAR TONIGHT 

LUNG CANCER 

SFE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO. HEALTH EFFECTS 

STUDY PREDICTS 50t INCREASE IN LUNG CANCER DEATHS 

ATTORNEY SAYS TTBACCO SUITS A' E STRETCHING LAW 

EPA INFORMATION SERVICE TO OPERATE AT PARK 

LUNG CANCER TREATMENT TO BE T1 P I C 

LUNG CANCER IS TOPIC OF 'HEALTH NIGHT OUT' 

LtM LAWYERS TO APPEAL RULING ?N CIGARETTE LABELS 

LCM TO APPEAL WARNING RULING 

PSL"ER FILED SUIT 

CANCER IN MAL^S MAY HAVE PEAKED , ,,„ 

•PASSIVE SMOKERS' AT HU''E INCREASE LUNG CANCER ' I SK 30X OVER UNEXPOSED 

KAOON SURVEY STARTS NEXT WEEK IN 500 HOUSES 

CANCER DEATHS DESTROY FAMILIES 

LUNG DISEASES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BETTER BREATHERS CLUB 

ill AtsD PUKruNVv^ SedIcIl center, allergy, CRITICAL CARE C RESPIRATORY DISEASE DIV 

SEE ALSO EMPHYSEMA 

SEE ALSO RESPIRATORY "EALTH CLUB 

SEE ALSO RESPIRATORY THERAPY 

STUDIES INDICATE BHOPAL SURVIVORS FACE LUNG PROBLEMS 

EXERCISE SE=Ms TO h=lp PEOPLE nHo HAVE Chronic lung diseases 

OUKE: exercise HELPS CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE 

CIGARETTE WORKERS FRUSTRATED BY MORAL CRITICS 

UNC RFSPIRATJPY HEALTH CLUO AIDS "ANY WITH LUNG DISEASE 

GROUP WILL HELP LUNG PATIENTS 

LUNG DISEASES RISING AT AN AL'RMING RATE 

LUNG THERAPY GROWS INCREASINGLY VITAL 

LIGHT EXERCISE APPEARS TO HELP PEOPLE wITH LUNu DISORDERS 

MACHINE IS HELPING KEEP INFANT ALIVF 

LUNG TRANSPLANTS 

TRUST FUND SET UP FOR WOMAN WHO NEEDS DOUBLE TRANSPLANT 

LUNGS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CHOKING 

SEE ALSO A IR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

SEE ALSO CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 

SFE ALSO ECMO (EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION! 

SEE ALSO HEIMLICH MANEUVER 

MODEL LUNGS. AID F QR DEAF SPRING FROM THEIR BASEMENT 

GAPS SAID KEEPING N.C. from COMPETING WITH SILICON VALLEY 

LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (DISEASE! 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES Qf SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
LUPUS AWARENESS MONTH 

LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES 

SOUTHEAST ASIAN REFUGEES SEEK RELATIVES LEFT BEHIND 
•BUT, DON'T YOU HAVE VIET CONS IN AMERICA'" 
N.C. PIEDMONT PREPARES FOR 200 VIETNAM REFUGEES 
MONTAGNARD REFUGEES ARRIVE IN NORTH CAROLINA 

LUTHERANS 

SEE ALSO N.C. SYNOD OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH 

SPREADING JOT IS HIS WAY OF SERVING THE LORD 

LUTRAVIL CO. 

LUTRAVIL PRESIDENT TO GIVE TALK ON JOINT VENTURES 

LUTZ CONSTRUCTION ro. 



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5/29/86 A 18 U L41 
8/30/86 B 1 U T30 



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2 
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2 

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1/02/86 
3/03/B6 
3/25/86 
6/DS/B6 
6/06/86 
6/06/36 
7/24/86 
8/27/B6 
9/03/B6 


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B 
B 
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12/15/86 
12/20/86 
12/23/86 


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4/01/86 
4/32/86 
4/02/86 
5/13/86 
10/14/86 


c 
c 
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2/ 9/86 


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3/31/86 


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4/01/86 


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4/28/86 


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4/29/86 


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5/02/86 


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6/25/86 


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8/04/86 


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3/12/86 


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8/19/86 


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10/36/86 


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10/11/86 


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12/2"/n6 


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12/31/86 


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2 


5/16/86 


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M 2 3/17/86 D m 
H 2 8/17/85 D 10 



H 2 10/16/86 A 



H 2 2/02/85 B 7 

H 2 U/16/86 A I 

S 2 11/21/85 C ? 

H 2 11/25/85 A 9 



S 2 7/14/85 B 1 P F S27 
H 2 10/09/86 B 4 N 080 



HONTHLT/ANNUAL INDEX 

l/0l/8(> - 12/31/B6 



CONTRACTS ABSOLVE CITr OF FIRE RESPONS IPI L I TV 

LUXuny TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES. N.C. 
REINSTATE LUXURY TAX 

LYING 

SEE ALSO FALSE TESTIMONY 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 

SEE ALSO POLYGRAPHS 

THE WORLD'S BIGGEST LIE 

LYING-IN-ROAD DEATHS 

SEE ALSO DEATHS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC 0RUNK6NESS 

'LYING-IN-ROAO DEATH- OLD SOUTHERN CUSTOM? 

LYME DISEASE 

SEE ALSO DISEASES ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
TICK-CAUSED LYME DISEASE NOTED MORE 

LYNCHBURG "ETS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 
BULLS ANNOUNCE '86 SLATE 
MAYOR. CASH HAVE FIRST-PITCH DUTIES 
BULLS OPENING SEASON ON OPTIMISTIC NOTE 
BULLS CHILL MBTS TO OPEN SEASON 
BULLS CLUTCH OPENING WIN 
BULLS DOWN METS AGAIN, 5-? 
BULLS REPEAT OPENING GAME SUCCESS 
METS FIND STOPPER. SUUELCH BULLS* RALLY 
JEFFRIES' BIG BAT BEATS BULLS 
METS' JEFFRIES SHACKLES BULLS 
BULLS. METS SPLIT OOUBLE-HEA D? R 
BULLS SPLIT WITH METS 

JEFFERIES' BAT. BULLS' ERRORS BRING ROOF DOWN ON DURHAM 
BULLS AWFUL IN LOSS 
BULLS AWFUL IN LOSS 
METS EXTEND STREAK. DOWN BULLS 
STREAKING METS DROP DURHAM 
METS CLAIM IQTH STRAIGHT WITH 3-HITTER 
COMMITMENT IS THE KEY UNLOCKING METS" SUCCESS 
METS GET NO. U WITH SWEEP 
METS LEAVE BULLS AIMING FOR 2M0 PLACE 
METS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SLOPPY BULLS DEFENSE. 4-1 
BULLS FALL TO LYNCHBURG 
BULLS LOSE A PAIR TO METS 
BULLS DROP TWO To NETS 
CASH THROWS FIRE AS BULLS TRIJHPH 
CASH HELPS BULLS STYMIE METS 

HOT BULLS BULLY METS. RETAIN SOUTHERN FIRST 
BULLS KEEP ROLLING. ROUT METS 
HARRISON HR GIVES BULLS WIN 
BULLS TAKE RARE SWEEP OF METS 

BAILEY'S CHANGES PUT BULLS' PITCHING IN SHARPER FOCUS 
BULLS SLIP PAST METS 
BULLS TOP LYNCHBURG. 11-2 
BULLS BLAST METS 

BULLS DROP METS BUT GAIN NO GROUND 
LYNCHBURG HOLDS OFF BULLS 
METS NIP BULLS IN IITH 

LYNOHURST FOUNDATION 

UNC EXPERIMENTAL TEACHING PROGRAM RECEIVES t215.0D0 
UNC FELLOWSHIP INSPIRES DURHAM TEACHER 
TEACHER SAYS UNC PROGRAM PUT HER IN CLASSROOM 

LYON PARK SCHOOL 

AIR CONDITIONER THEFT 

GUNMAN HITS SOUTH SQUARE MALL CAFETERIA 

ART GROUPS MAP OUT FULL SCHEDULE OF FALL CLASSES 

LYSISTRATA IPLAYI 

TEXTBOOK BY FIVE N.C. 



SUBJECTS 



PAGc 605 
l/0O/'17 



PROFESSORS BANNED FROM SCHOOLS IN FLA. CITY 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C Pf- L P P.VL 

S 2 B/lS/Rb C 1 W MOft 



H 2 12/03/B6 A i. L 

H 2 ll/08/fl6 A <. T E 

H 2 7/01/H6 A ' N 

H ? 5/06/86 B 1 N CbO 



MACARTHUR FOUNDATION 
THE NEXT STEP... 

MCCAIN HOSPITAL 

MCCAIN HOSPITAL HOME FOR SPECIAL PRISONERS 

MCCAIN PRISON 

PRISONER WINS N.C. CIVIL SUIT 

MCCOWN-MANGUM HOUSE 

EVENT CELEBRATES OPENING OF HJGH MANGUM MUSEUM 
HISTORIC CELEBRATIONS PLANNED 
OLD-TIMF CHRISTMAS WILL BE OBSERVED 

MCCOY VARIETY STnRF 

VARIETY STORE ROBBED 

MCCRACKEN PLACE TOHNHOMES 

SEE ALSO NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES 
SEE ALSO TOWNHOUSES 

GROUP PROVIDES SWEAT, BUT NO TEARS IN EFFORT TO REJUVENATE NEIGHBORHOODS S 2 6/05/86 

MCDEVITT t STREET 

MAJOR CONTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE RANKED FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. H 2 

BLUE BELL INC. STILL N. CAROLINA'S TOP PRIVATE COMPANY H 2 

MCDONALD'S 

SEE ALSO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE I DURHAM, N.C.I 

BURGERS GO UPTOWN: ELEGANCE E>4I6RS FAST FOOD INDUSTRY H 2 

GUNMAN ROBS MCDONALD'S IN OXFORD H I 

TOY GUNS CAUSE TENSE MOMENTS H 2 

BIG MAC. LITTLE MAC H 2 

MCJOBS PROGRAM HELPS DISABLED SUCCEED, BELIEVE IN THEMSELVES H 2 

MCDONALD'S (CHAPEL HILL BLVD.) 

MEDAL WINNERS S 2 

MCDONALD'S (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.I 

ARMED MEN ROB MCDONALD'S H 3 

MCDONALD'S CAPITAL CLASSIC 

SEE CAPITAL CLASSIC (HIGH SCHOOL RASKETBALLI 

MCDONALD'S SOCCER CHALLENGE 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 

UNC-GREENSBORO BOOTS BLUE DEVILS S 2 

MCDOUGALD TERRACE 

ALL SMILES S 2 

MCDOWELL COUNTY, N.C. 



S 2 


1/1A/S6 


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N 


P52 


H 2 


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G51 


S 2 


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B 




p 


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P52 


H 2 


<./ll/R6 


C 




p 


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S 2 


<./ll/R6 


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H 2 


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S 2 


'./l^/R6 


A 




p 


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P5? 


H 2 


<./L3/R6 


B 




D 


N 


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H 2 


5/13/R6 


C 






N 




S 2 


5/13/B6 


B 






N 




H 2 


5/15/P6 


D 






N 




S 2 


5/15/66 


B 






N 




H 2 


5/30/B6 


C 




P 


N 


G50 


5 2 


5/30/86 







P 


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P52 


S 2 


5/30/86 







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N 


P5? 


H 2 


5/31/86 


D 




P 


N 


G50 


S 2 


5/31/86 


A 


11 


P 


N 


P52 


H 2 


6/01/66 


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N 


G5n 


H 2 


6/01/86 


B 




P 


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H 2 


6/02/86 


D 




P 


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G50 


S 2 


a/02/R6 


D 




P 


N 


P52 


H 2 


7/01/86 


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N 




S 2 


7/01/86 


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N 




H 2 


7/03/86 


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N 




S 2 


7/03/86 


B 






N 




H 2 


7/17/86 







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N 


r,50 


S 2 


7/17/86 


B 




P 


N 


P52 


H 2 


7/18/86 


C 




P 


N 


G50 


S 2 


7/16/86 


D 




P 


N 


P52 


H 2 


7/19/86 


D 






N 


r.50 


S 2 


7/19/86 


A 


10 


P 


N 


P52 


H 2 


7/20/86 


B 






N 


G50 


H 2 


8/15/86 


C 






N 




H 2 


8/16/86 


D 






N 




S 2 


8/16/86 


B 






N 




H 2 


a/17/86 


B 






N 




H 2 


8/18/86 


D 






N 




S 2 


8/18/86 





6 




N 




H 2 


7/0<./R6 


B 


6 




N 


uan 


5 2 


8/11/86 


C 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


8/l<./86 


B 


5 




N 


uao 


H 2 


7/14/86 


A 


11 




N 




S 2 


7/l'./86 


C 


I 




N 




S 2 


8/21/86 





2 


M 


N 




H 2 


11/26/86 


A 


9 




N 




S 2 


6/19/86 


D 


4 


p 


U 


871 


S 1 


9/29/66 


A 


5 




N 




S 2 


10/20/86 


b 


s 




N 




5 2 


5/08/85 





11 




N 




S 2 


11/27/86 





3 




N 




S 2 


12/06/86 


6 


1 


P 


N 


05° 


H 2 


8/22/86 


B 


5 




N 





5/04/86 
6/12/66 



8/03/86 
11/18/36 
11/30/66 
12/26/86 
12/28/85 



1 P N S33 



L38 
P38 



5/29/66 B 
2/26/86 B 



4/I4/B6 D 
10/24/66 C 



9 P P F70 



MONTMLV/AN 



S U B J E C 



FLU FORCES CLOSING 

FLU CUTTING ATTENOiNCE AT HCOCwELL SCHOOLS 

COUPLE DETAINS TAX OFFICE WOR< ES S 

"CELHENEV MOBILE HOMES (US 70 1 
DOSSIER: C. E. hcELHENEy 

MCFARLANO'S GARBAGE SERVICE ?F DURHAM 

BROWNING FERRIS BUYS TRASH SERVICE 

NATIONAL CHAIN BUYS MCFARLANO GARBAGE SERVICE 

"ACCREGGR DEVELOPMENT CO. 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MCGUIRP MUCLFAR PLANT 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS. N.C. A".' D 5.C. 
OUKE POWER EMPLOYEES ARE AhARO-WI NNER S 
NUCLEAR PLANT. SHUT DOWN AFTER WATER LEAK FOUND 
DUKE POWER FACES 150,000 FINE 
DUKE TO REPAIR VALVES IN NUCLEAR UNITS 

MCKEVLIN AWARD 

SEE ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 

MCLAUGHLIN MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 

TRAILWAYS OPENS BUS SUBSTATION 

MCLEAN TRUCKING CO. 

MCLEAN TRUCKING SEEKS REORGANIZATION 

INSIDERS EKPECT MCLEAN TO CLOSE 

CLAIMS ARE FILED AGAINST MCLEAN FOR t70 MILLION IN RETIREMENT FUNDS 

TRUCKER CLOSES DURHAM BRANCH 

MCLEAN CLOSES TERMINAL 

HCLEAN TRUCKING HOPES TO RAISE OVER llOO MILLION 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MCH CORP. (RALEIGH! 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE 

MCMANNEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SEE ALSO METHODISTS 

BOAPD APPROVES REZONING FOR KIHES 
'HAPPY BIRTHDAY.' DEAR PASTOR 
AUTUMN'S BOUNTY 

MCPHERSON HOSPITAL 

EYE SEMINAR SET 

VISION TESTER FOR CHILDREN GIVEN TO MCPHERSON 

BE GENTLE! 

'RUN FOR SIGHT' SET FOR NOV. 10 

'RUN FOR SIGHT' RACE TOMORROW 

•RUN FOR SIGHT' RACE TO BE NE«T SUNDAY 

HE DOESN'T NEED SIGHT TO REACH THE FINISH LINE 

BLIND RUNNER REVS UP FOR TOMORROW'S RACE 

PUDOLE-JUMPERS VIE IN 'RUN FO' SIGHT' 

BLIND RUNNER 'INSPIRATIONAL' IN 'RUN FOR SIGHT' 

MCPHERSON HOSPITAL CALLED TRIANGLE'S 'BEST-KEPT SECRET' 

HOSPITAL Should keep its family atmosphere 



M C 



M construction CO. 

ROXBORO OkS agreement TO COMPLETE SEWAGE PLANT 
FIRM TO FINISH PLANT 



MAP INTERNATIONAL 

2 FROM UNC MED SCHOOL WIN FELLOWSHIPS 

2 UNC FELLOWSHIP WINNERS TO WORK IN KENYA HOSPITALS 

MBI BUSINESS CENTERS INC. 

MARYLAND CHAIN BUYS MICRO-SOUTH 

MCI COMMUNICATIONS 

STUDENT SAYS HE DIDN'T MAKE CALLS LISTED ON HIS 16,752 TELEPHONE BILL 
DUKE STUDENT GETS PHONE BILL OF t6,576 FROM MCI 
PHONE COMPANY MAKES SI. 000 GIFT 



MCR , 
MDC, 



INC. 

UNION TARGETS BURLINGTON, MEBANE PLANTS 



panel: south must FIND OWN ECONOMIC SALVATION 
ECONOMIC SHIFT CQULO SPELL TROUBLE FQR N.C. 
N.C. TREE FAR-ER GIVES SURVIVAL TRAINING 



MEnwELL (ACRONYM! 

MEDWELL SEEKS VOLUNTEERS 

MICA 

SFE MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT CORP. OF AMERICA 

MITRE CORP. 

LAB FUND STARTS 

OUKE LAB FUND ESTABLISHED 



M. G. 
MACE 



BOBBITT TRAVEL CLUB. INC. 
I.G. BOBOITT TRAVEL CLUB, INC.: WE SALUTE THE DUKE CLASSIC 



POLICE: CHASE BRINGS TRAFFIC CHARGES 

MACFIELO TEXTURING INC. 

PLANT CLOSING IN BURLINGTON TO COST 36<. JOBS 

MACHINE GUNS 

SFE ALSO GUNS 

EXPLAIN THIS, NRA! 
WEAPDMS INSANITY 
NRA TAKES POOR AIM 

TOY GUNS CAUSE TENSE MOMENTS 

MACK TRUCKS, INC. 

MACK TRUCK PLANT m»y LAND IN V.C. 

SPECIAL TAX LURES FOR INDUSTRIAL PROSPECTS SAID UNLIKELY IN N.C. 

MACKEREL 

SEE ALSO FISH 

DESPITE OPPOSITION, NEW RULES ON MACKEREL REMAIN UNCHANGED 
MAY BLITZ OF KINGS JUST AROUMO CORNER 

CONOITIONS ARE RIGHT ON COAST FOR A SPANISH (MACKEREL! INVASION 
AND THEY'RE OFF 

"ACKIE/BLALOCK INC. 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

MACON COUNTY, N.C. 

COYOTES FOUND IN CLAY, MiCQH 
l<. CHILDREN HURT IN BUS WRECK 



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2 
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l/2<>/»6 
a/02/B6 


a 

B 

A 


4 

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3 




N 
N 
N 




2 


a/03/P6 


c 


14 


p 


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2 

2 


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9/16/96 


A 

c 


1 

10 




N 
N 


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2 


7/18/B6 


A 


11 




N 




2 
2 


1/09/06 
4/16/36 


A 

D 


A 

4 




L 
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2 6/04/R6 U 
2 10/30/R5 D 



2 


U/13/B6 


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9 


7 


1/11/66 


p. 


3 


7 


1/12/86 


H 


4 


/ 


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A 


1 / 


7 


1/21/P6 


A 


1 


7 


1/22/96 


h 




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2/20/96 


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1 1 


2 


2/21/86 


A 


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H 2 2/04/96 A 



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8/06/96 


r 


1 




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=>/23/96 


h 


7 


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10/01/96 


b 


1 


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p 


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s 


7 


3/25/86 


r 


3 




N 




H 


7 


10/05/86 


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11/14/96 


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11/1<)/B5 


A 


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N 




s 


7 


11/22/86 


A 


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11/23/96 


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A 


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P 


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7 


11/29/86 


H 


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12/01/96 


h 


1 


P 


N 


suo 


s 


7 


12/01/96 


1, 


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N 


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12/16/96 


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H 1 4/18/66 B 1 
5 2 4/19/96 A 7 



S 2 5/24/86 A 24 
H 2 5/29/65 C ' 



2 4/06/96 C 12 



H 2 1/09/96 3 7 
S 2 l/10/''6 A 5 
H 2 5/06/86 A II 



H 2 7/13/96 C 14 



H 2 5/15/96 B 1 
H 2 5/27/86 A 14 
S 2 6/17/86 A 10 



H 2 5/21/96 A 



S 2 12/15/05 C 
H 2 12/17/86 C 



2 


5/13/86 


G 


13 o A 


2 


7/04/96 


C 


1 


N 


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5/01/86 


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I 


N 


2 
2 
2 
2 


5/29/86 

6/03/''6 

9/05/86 

U/30/'<6 


A 
A 
A 
C 


4 

4 
4 
9 


E 
N 


2 
2 


1/22/95 
3/J2/86 


A 
6 


2 

9 


N 

N 


2 
2 

2 


4/06/85 

5/11/96 

6/01/86 

10/10/96 


B 

B 
B 

a 


10 

11 

14 

3 


N 

N 

N 
3 P 


2 


9/30/86 


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7 


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2 
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2/09/95 
6/11/95 


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MONTHL*/AN 



- 4 L INDEX 

1/01/36 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



S I 

E L 

C PC L 



P40E 0-17 
l/OI/?? 



"A04G4SC4R 

IN SesRCH OF ENDANGERED LEMUR 

MADAME BUTTEBFLY (DPERAI 

CHOIRS SINGING FOR HOLIOArs 

•MADAME BUTTERFLf POSTER CONTEST ANNOUNCED 

MADE IN USA 

SFE ALSO PUSINESSES. N.C. 
WHY BUY FOREIGN CARS? 

N.C. OFFICIALS EYE BUY-AMFRIHN LAW 
CRAFTED WITH PRIDE IN THE U.S. CONGRESS ICARTOONI 
POLL: PEOPLE TURNING FROM TEXTILE IMPORTS 
BUY 'MADE IN THE USA- 
BUY U.S. PRODUCTS 

MADISON COUNTY, N.C. 

DOE RAPPED AT HEARING ON HUMP SITE 
VOTE-HUYINO PROBE MOVES INTO NINTH COUNTY 

MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE 

TOP COMES OFF COURTHOUSE 
TOPPING IT OFF 

MADRIGAL DINNERS 

SfE ALSO ELIZABETHAN BANQUET 

MADRIGAL DINNER COMING TO PERSON COUNTY 
•MADRIGAL DINNER- TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW 
•MADRIGAL DINNERS^ PLANNED 

MADRIGAL SINGERS 

N.C. STATE PLANS MADRIGAL DINNER 
OUKE GROUP TO SING MADRIGALS 

MAGAZINES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN WOMAN tVIOEOI 

SEE ALSO FORBES IMAGAZINEI 

SEE ALSO LIFE MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO MOTHER EARTH NEWS (MAGAIINEI 

SEE ALSO OREGON 

SEE ALSO PACE MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO PENTHOUSE MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO PLAYBOY MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO TIME MAGAZINE 

SFE ALSO U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT (MAGAZINEI 

SEE ALSO WE THE PEOPLE OF NORTH CAROLINA (MAGAZINEI 

MAGAZINE HIGHLIGHTS DURHAM COUNTY LIFE 

AIKLINt ARTICLE CITES DURHAM 

AIRLINE MAGAZINE FEATURES ARTICLE ON TRIANGLE AREA 

HAGAZINF^S MOTTO IS •THE SOUTH, WHOLE SOUTH, NOTHING BUT SOUTH' 

CAMPAIGNS FOR DECENCY CHIP AT MAGAZINE SALE' 

HEATHERLY, KURALT TO START MAGAZINE 

MAGGIE VALLEY, N.C. 

•GHOST TOWN" THEME PARK CHANGES HANDS 

MAGICIANS 

SEE ALSO SUPERSTITIONS ,■ 

•FAVORITE- NIECE STILL INTRIGUED BY HOUOINI 
HAGICIAN^S FAKE BOMB SCARES MAID 

MAGISTRATES, N.C. 

JUDGE SETS POLICY ON MAGISTRATES 

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING ' 

SEE ALSO ULTRASOUND 

ULTRASGUNO USES ON RISE AT DU^ E 

REP. PULLEY PRAISED FOR HOSPITAL EFFORTS 

N.C. MEMORIAL TO SHOW PUBLIC NEW DEVICE WEDNESDAY 

MAGNOLIA HILL FARM (WEAVER DAIRY FARM RQADI 
«T6:<,617 JUDGMENT OVERTURNED 

THE MAI (SHIPI 

THE BARGAIN BOAT: DUKE GEOPHYSICIST BUYS t7 MILLION SHIP FOR 169,000 

MAID OF COTTON 

SEE ALSO COTTON 

2 UNC SENIORS FINALISTS FOR 1987 MAID OF COTTON 

MAIDEN, N.C. 

GERMAN COMPANY BUILDING PLANT NEAR MAIDEN 

MAIDS 

SEE DOMESTIC WORKERS 

MAIL BOXES 

SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

UNUSUAL MAIL RECEPTACLES GIVE POSTMEN DOUBLE TAKE 

MAIL FRAUD 

SEE ALSO MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 
SFE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES AGAIN'. T ZFNO PONUER 

YANCEY HAN FACES 22 COUNTS OF VOTE-BUYING 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN GIVEN PRISON TERM FQR MAIL FRAUD 

SEVEN INDICTED IN •DIPLOMA MILLS^ PROBE BY FBI 

EX-SHERIFF ASKS FOR JURY TRIAL 

NEW YORK OFFICIALS PROBING CATALOG FuRNITURF COMPLAINTS 

HIGH POINT COMPANY SAYS IT WILL DELIVER ITS ORDERS FOR FURNITURE 

MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO DIRECT MAIL INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO MAIL FRAUD 

SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

INSURANCE FIRM TESTING ALLIANCE WITH BANK 

MAIL-ORDER SALES TAX WOULD BE NIGHTMARE 

ADAM AND EVE FIRM IN ORANGE COUNTY RAIDED 

FIRM PLANS RESPONSE TO RAID 

B'lB: BOAT OFFER MAY BE BOGUS 

N.C. HAS MAIL ORDER CHRISTMAS TREES 

MAILBOMBS 

SEE BOMBINGS 

MAILPOXES 

SFE MAIL BOXES 

MAIN ST. 

SEE ALSO N.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO WEST MAIN ST. 

TURN-OF-CENTURY FACADES TO RE-EMERGE ON MAIN ST. 

MAINSAIL OF NORTH CAROLINA LTD. 
ATLANTA FIRM SUYS MAINSAIL 



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5/28/86 
7/28/86 
a/28/86 
9/09/86 



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12/01/86 A 13 



<l/02/86 A 
10/07/86 B 



H I 11/12/86 
S 2 11/13/86 
S 2 11/27/86 



1 P N S80 



11/04/86 
12/09/86 



S 2 1/D2/B6 A 1 P N Wb2 

S 2 2/03/86 C 1 N M6'' 

H 2 2/0A/86 b 3 N 

H 2 6/09/86 b 5 N 

H ? 6/17/86 A 2 J 

S 2 10/17/66 C 4 N - 



M 2 10/01/86 B 3 



H 2 12/22/86 A 12 N 
5 2 12/22/86 C •; N 



H 1 1/09/06 B 3 N 



S 2 6/19/86 C 1 N 
H 2 7/12/86 C 3 N 
H 2 7/2'i/86 A 16 N 



H 2 8/08/86 B = N 

H 2 11/21/86 A 16 P N DBO 

S 2 12/02/86 A 10 N 

H 2 4/11/86 4 17 N 



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MAINSTBEAMINr. 

SEE CHILDREN, HAN0IC4PP5D 

SEE DURHAM CITr SCHOOLSt 0ETAI!D?D AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. BETA! DEO AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 

SEE MENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE SCHOOLS. N.C.. CURRICULUM 

SEE SPECIAL EDUCATION 

MAITLAND'S (RESTAURANT! 

PLANT'S CLOSING WON'T AFFECT HIS RESTAURANT. 

MAJOR AMBULATORY SURGERY (BO"KI 
SEE ALSO AMBULATORY SURGERY 
MEDICAL VOLUME EDITED BY DR. 



NANCE SAYS 



JIMMY DAVIS IS 'VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION' 



MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL. DRAFT 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

WITHOUT HANSON, TECH'S BROWN TOPS 

PIRATES CLAIM KING AS NO. I BASEBALL PICK 

BULLS CATCH VERY LITTLE HELP FROM BRAVES' LATEST DRAFT 

MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN. DISEASES 

LAST WISH OF BOY, <V : VISIT N.C. MOUNTAINS 

SICK CHILD LOOKS FORWARD TO MAIL 

J-YEAR-OLO GIRL LOSES FIGHT AGAINST CANCER 

AILING POY HAS WISH COME TRUE 

BENNIE HOPES TO RETURN FAVOR. VISIT MAGNUM 

FOR AMANDA, A WISH IS COMING TRUE 

VANCE STUDENT'S TRAVEL WISH TAKES WINGS TO DISNFY WORLD 

MALAR lA 

SEE ALSO MOS3UIT06S 

IMPORTED MALARIA CAUSING CONCERN 

MALCOLM BLUE HISTORIC CRAFTS AND SKILLS FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

MALCOLM BLUE FESTIVAL STARTS FRIDAY 

MALE NURSES 

SEE NURSES, 



IN HOSPITAL 



HALF 



UNC DOCTORS WARN 



MALKARA INVESTMENTS LTD. 

FIRM EYES DDWNTOWN LAND BUY 

DEVELOPER BUYS WAREHOUSES 

COUNCILMEN SAY PROPERTY FOR GARAGE SHOULD BE GIFT 

MAYOR: LAND DEAL CAN BE CLOSED 

COUNCIL RESOLUTION DECLARES 'INTENT TO BUILO' CIVIC CENTER 

COUNCIL ASKS LARGER ROD" FOR CENTER 

CITY REVIEWS OFFICE PROJECT 

CITY WOULD LEASE PROPOSED PAR<ING GARAGE 

CITY COUNCIL PLANS ACTION ON TWIN TOWERS PROJECT 

COUNCIL APPROVES GARAGE AGREEMENT 

CITY COUNCIL APPROVES TWIN TOWERS AGREEMENT 

GARAGE LEASE TO GET STATE REVIEW 

PRELIMINARY WORK STARTS ON TOWERS 

MALLARHE CONCERT 

GUITAR MUSIC FEATURED 

MALLARME FINALE MINES POETIC PAST 

CHAMBER MUSIC BY WOMEN COMPOSERS IS MALLARME OPENER 

MALLARME SERIES SET 

CONCERT TO FEATURE WOMEN'S WORKS 

MALLARME GROWS, MOREHEAO ADDS, DANCERS REUNITE 

MALLARME CONCERT GOES TIME TRAVELING VIA STRINGS 

MALPRACTICE 

SEE LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

MALROTATION 

SEE ALSO BIRTH DEFECTS 

OUKE TRYING NEW APPROACHES IN TREATING INTESTINAL DISORDERS 

MAMMOGRAPHY 

SFE ALSO BREAST CANCER 

BREAST X-RAYS FOR CANCER DETECTION NOT FOOLPROOF, 
X-RAY HELPS IN BATTLE AGAINST BREAST CANCER 
MORE WOMEN GETTING MAMMOGRAMS AT DUKE 
MORF U.S. WOHFN ARE HAVING MAMMOGRAMS 
MAMMOGRAPHY UNITS ADDED IN ALAMANCE 

SEE ALSO BLACK WOMEN 

•MAMMY' HELD SOUTH'S AFFECTIC^I 
"MAMMIES" WERE EXPLOITED 
MEMORIAL TO SUBSERVIENCE 

MAN WILL NEVER FLY MEMORIAL SOCIETY 

MAN WILL NEVER FLY SOCIETY CELEBRATING 'YEAR OF THE BUS' 

MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT CORP. OF AMERICA 
SEE ALSO GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY 

DURHAM IS GETTING LESS AND LESS OF THE TRAVELER'S DOLLAR IN CAROLINA 

MANAGERIAL TRAINING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EDUCATION 

AUTHOR CF BOOK ON MANAGEMENT TO ASSIST LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 

MANASSAS. VIRGINIA 

SEE ALSO VIRGINIA 

CONFEDERATES F A- AH-WU-U-D! 

MANFORO DEVELOPERS 

DURHAM PLANNING GROUP OK S BUILDING 2b GEER STREET HOMES 
DEVELOPER GRANTED THREE VARIANCES OVER OBJECTIONS 

MANGUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
AM I GERMAN? 
AUTHOR, AUTHOR • 

EQUIPMENT GONE FROM WORK SITE 
AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK IN ACTION 
THANKSGIVING TRUCE 
MANGUM ST. LUCIA 

MANGUM PRIMARY CENTER (BAHAMA, N.C.I 

SANTA'S SPIRIT LIVES IN PUPILS' LETTERS 

MANGUM ST, 

HOT WORK 

DON'T MOVE ESC OFFICE 

MANHOLES 

MANHOLE HUNT 



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1/01/66 - 



INDEX 
W/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PA'.d 609 
1/09/97 



PERSON COUNTY Bn»RO SUPPORTS CPCL'S EFFORTS ON NUCLEAR PLANT 

MANHUNTS 

SEE ALSO PRISONER ESCAPES. U.S. 

SHERIFF KEVIVES ART OF MAN TRACKING 

OUTER BANKS MANHUNT SCALED DOWN 

FAKE 'RAMeO' ELUDES POLICE IN SWAMP 

RAMBO-LIKE SURVIVALIST STILL ELUDES AUTHORITIES 

RFMOVES BULLET FRAGMENTS 

HUGE MOUNTAIN POSSE HUNTS SLIPPERY SUSPECT 

BROTHFR SAYS PRISON TERM MADE SHQRNOCK •COP-HATER' 

WOMAN WHO TAUGHT SHORNOCK SURVIVAL TECHNIOUFS SAYS SHF'S GOING AFTER HIM 

SUSPECT DIES IN GUN BATTLE WITH OFFICERS uui"v, nr i ck "in 

MOUNTAIN MANHUNT COMMANDER LAUDS POLICE COOPERATION 

SHORNOCK SOUGHT ENTRY TO STAFF MENTAL HOSPITAL 

•RAMBO' FREED FROM MENTAL HOSPITAL 2 MONTHS AGO 

•RAMBO' FUGITIVE WAS JUST -PLAYING A GAME" 

FATHEO OF WOUNDED S9I AGENT QUESTIONS RELEASE OF •RAHBO' 

PRECISION REQUIRED IN MENTAL DIAGNOSES 

MANHUNT SHOWS POLICE AGENCIES TEAMWORK IS KEY 

MANNERS 

TEENS SHOULD MIND MANNERS IN PUBLIC 

IT'S HARD TO MIND MANNERS WHEN OTHERS DON'T 

BRUSH UP HOLIDAY MANNERS 

MANNING. SELVAGE L LEE 

SOME ORDINARY FOLK SUGGEST THE PRIDE IS BACK IN DURHAM 
'NEW DURHAM' WINS P.R. PRIZE 

MANPOWER 

SEE COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT 

SEE JOB TRAINING 

SEE N.C. HEALTH MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

PANEL TOLD INDUSTRIAL RUSH OVER 

MANPOWER INC. 

SPRING LOOKING GOOD FOR THOSE HUNTING JOBS IN DURHAM AREA 
JOB PROSPECTS UP FOR DURHAM APEA 

MEDIOCRE J09 OUTLOOK IS SEEN FOR THIS FALL IN DURHAM 
DURHAM-AREA EMPLOYERS OPTIMISTIC 

MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 
SEE ALSO MURDER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MURDER. N.C. 
SEE ALSO MURDER. U.S. 

DRIVER FACES MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE IN DEATH OF BOY, 7 

NEWHILL MAN IS ACQUITTED ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE 

COURT OF APPEALS ORDERS NEW T5IAL IN PERSON COUNTY SHOOTING DEATH 

COURT KEEPS MURDER RULING 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA BRINGS 6-YEAR SENTENCE 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SENTENCED FOR MANSLAUGHTER 

DURHAM WOMAN KILLED AS AUTO STRUCK HEAD-ON 

VEHICLES COLLIDE; DURHAM MAN DIES 

DEATH BY VEHICLE CHARGE LODGED 

MAN IS SENTENCED TO HOUSE ARREST 

WOMAN GETS SIX YEARS FOR STABBING 

HAN PLEADS GUILTY. GETS FOUR MONTHS IN SHOOTING DEATH 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE TO BE FILED 

HENDERSON MAN CHARGED IN FATAL WRECK 

!'i^ 9PJ2SEO «'T" MANSLAUGHTER. ASSAULT FOR DURHAM MAN'S DEATH 

CONVICTED KILLER'S FARM HIT BY ARSON FOR SECOND TIME 

RALEIGH MAN FREED AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER 

MANSON, N.C. 

GROUND BROKEN FDR »3 MILLION PERDUE CHICKEN HATCHERY 

MANTEO, N.C. 

ACTORS RECREATE SHIPBOARD LIFE OF 1585 FOR TOURISTS AT M4NTEO 

GROUP NEEDS 12.9 MILLION MORE FOR NSW ARTS CENTER 

VICTIM OF HURRICANE CHARLEY DURHAM NATIVE, NORTHERN GRAO 

MANUFACTURED HOMES INC. 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MANUFACTURED HOMES CITED FOR GROWTH 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING 

SEE ALSO MOBILE HOMES 

BLIGHT OR BOON? MOBILE HOME CONTROVERSY CONTINUES 

MANUFACTURERS INVENTORY TAX 

INTANGIBLES. INVENTORY TAX CUTS UNLIKELY 

MANUSCRIPTS 

PERKINS LIBRARY EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON CONTINUITY OF FAMILY LIFE 

MAPS. DURHAM 

TRIANGLE J EXPLORES SPECIAL DATA MAPS 

MAPS. N.C. 

GRANVILLE. OXFORD BOARDS COMPLETE PLANT AGREEMENT 

SURVEYORS AT WORK 

ROXBORQ LAWYER: COUNTY'S ZONING MAP NOT OFFICIAL 

MAPS. ORANGE COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY GETS BETTER L00< AT ITSELF WITH MAPPING SYSTEM 

MARATHONS 

SEE LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

MARCH OF DIMES 

SEE ALSO BIRTH DEFECTS 

MARCH OF DIMES SETS WALK AMERICA KICKOFF 

MARCH OF DIMES WALK 

CHILI COOK-OFF IN WINSTON-SALEM 

MARCH OF DIMES MEETING SCHEDULED 

MARCHING BANDS 

SEE ALSO BANDS (MUSICI 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING AND SYMPHONIC BANDS 
SEE ALSO HIGH SCHOOL BAND FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND 

SEE ALSO ORANGE CHAMPIONSHIP INVITATIONAL MARCHING BAND FESTIVAL 
SPEEDWAY TRYING TO ASSEMBLE WORLD'S LARGEST BAND 



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ADAMS-MILLIS BUYS MARCO HOSIERY 

MARIA PARHAM HOSPITAL (HENDERSON, N.C.I 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. ISEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALSl 
HOSPITALS GET DUKE FUNDING 



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1 1/28/86 
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H 2 12/03/86 A 12 N 

H 2 5/18/B6 C a N 080 

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H 3 2/19/86 B 1 
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H 2 7/10/86 C 
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H 2 5/0A/86 C 20 N 

S 2 2/17/86 A 1 N M06 



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NU4L INOEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECT 



■>»'".£ 610 
1/0"/'? 



FOa'^EO TRUSTEES Of "AO U PAPH4H HOSPITAL HONORED 
HARtA PARHAM HOSPITAL OFFERS NEW SERVICES 

"ARIE AUSTIN REALTY CCPANY 

MARIE AUSTIN REALTY COMPANY: SUPPORT THE OUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC I AD 1 

MARIGOLDS 

ROSE ALREADY SWEET FOR 3 STAT=S AND D.C. 

MAR IJUANA 

SEE ALSn DRUGS 

SFE ALSO CRUGSt SMUGGLING 

SEE ALSO SENSIMTLLIA marijuana 

SEE ALSC TETRAHYDOCANNABINOL ITHCl 

DRUG CHARGES FOLLOW KAIO ON HTUSE 

DECLINE IN USE CF DRUGS IN SERVICES REVEALED BY SURVEY 

HOm risky IS MULTIPLE DRUG US!i DRIVING? 

COCAINE DEATHS SHOULD BE SUFFICIENT WARNING 

ELM ST. RESIDENTS ASK WAR ON ORUG-OEALING 

2 UNC DOCTORS NOTE ALCOHOL TO" PROBLEM, URGE DRUG TESTING RESTRAINT 

MARIJUANA, ARRESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, ARRESTS 

THREE ACCUSED OF SELLING maRIJ 
POLICE roNFISCATE POT, CHARGE 
2 CHARGED WITH PRUG SALE 
MAN ARRESTEO IN DRUG RAID 
ARRESTS MADE IN TAVERN RAID 
<.3 COUNTIES INCLUOEO IN DRUG ' 
ORANGE DRUG BUST BRINGS 16 AR5 
600 DRUG ARRESTS BEGIN ACRCSS 
DURHAM OESIOENTS ARRESTED IN 

2 DRUG ARRESTS RESULT FROM 5 E= 
TUC FOanhLIN men FACE DRUG CH4 
THREE CHARGED WITH havI'JG MARI 
GUNMAN ROBS PIZZA RESTAURANT, 
INMATE FACES DRUG CHARGE 
ROBBER STEALS WOMAN'S MONEY 
MAN'S COMPLAINT LEAOS POLICE T 
THIEVES TAKE RADIO 
SCO ARRESTS SEEN FRIM DRUG PR? 
ORANGE ARRESTS MADE IN DRUG RO 
DEPUTIES SrOVING WARRANTS FIN! 
ORANGE HAN FACES OBSCENITY CHi 
ARRAIGNMENT SET FOR HAN 0-N 0B5 
43 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA FQUNO I 
MARIJUANA RAID IN BURKE COUNTY 
1,3=". MARIJUANA PLANTS SEUEO 
6,000 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA SEIZ 
38 INDICTED IN COASTAL DRUG RI 
38 INDICTED IN SMUGGLING OF N6 
MARIJUANA PLOTS DESTROYED AROJ 
U MEN INDICTED ON MARIJUANA C 
ei-OURHAM OFFICER, BROTHER I N1 
MARIJUANA SEIZED AND MAN IRR E5 
S500,000 nOND SET IN MARIJUANA 
DURHAM "AN ARRESTED ON PEEPING 
9 ARRESTEO FOR GROWING "ARIJUA 

3 MELD ON MARIJUANA CHARGES; " 
TROOPERS GET SPECIAL TRAINING 
MARIJUANA MAUL HIGH FOR SUMMED 
POLICE CHARGE DURHAM mjn WITH 
MAN HELD ON PLOTTING 'POT' SAL 
3 CHARGED IN ORANGE COUNTY DRJ 
POLICE ARREST TWO ON DRUG CHAR 
•POT' S-UGGLING IN TOOTHPASTE 
BOND $1.25 MILLION IN G=AHAM : 
HENDERSON COUPLE FACES DRUG CH 



UANA 

3 WITH SELLING 



AID 

ESTS 

N.C. 

RUG BUST 

VING OF PAPER 

RG£S 

JUANA 

ESCAPES 



HIM 

BE 
UNOUP 

GUN, MARIJUANA 
RGES 

CENITY, DRUG CHARGES 
N TRUNK OF CAR 

REAPS 3.636 PLANTS 

ED ON 55-FOOT SAILBOAT 

NG 

RCOTICS 

NO ORA'iGE COUNTY 

HARGES 

ICTEO 

TED 

CASE 

CHARGE 
NA 

AN SOUGHT FOR BEATING WOMAN 
TO HELP CATCH DRUG SMUGGLERS 

SHOOTING INTO CAR 

G RAID 

GE5 

TUBE UNCAPPED 

OKE BUST 

ARGES 



AR IJUANA, CP 

SEE ALSO C 

MAR I JUA'; 
MAR I JUAN 
FOREIGN 
LAW OFFI 
1<.2 MARI 

BURKE LA 
MARI JUAN 
1, 3<)4 MA 
MARI JUAN 
MARIJUAN 
<.50 MARI 
MARIJUAN 
MORF "AR 
MARIJUAN 
MARIJUAN 
MARIJUAN 
$500,000 
l<i6 MARI 
101 MARI 
CONFISCA 
SWEEP FI 
FORMER 
DEPUTIES 
MARIJUAN 
FEDERAL 
SBI SAYS 



OPS 
SOPS 

A FARMER 
A FARM 
PILOTS T 
CERS IN 
JUANA PL 
W"EN CON 
A RAID I 
RIJUANA 
A A-ONG 
A PLOTS 
JUANA PL 
A FIELD 
IJUANA F 
A FIELD' 
A THRIVI 
A SEIZED 

BONO SE 
JUANA PL 
JUANA PL 
TING "AR 
NDS MAR! 
F F I C E R F 

FIND 80 
A HAUL H 
AGENCY R 

15a, 000 



POCAP'S SENTFNCING DELAYED UNTIL FRIDAY 
PERATOR FINED, GIVEN 4 MONTHS 
RAIN IN N.C. TO BE 'ORUGDUSTERS' 
VANCE DESTROY MARIJUANA 
ANTS SEIZED 

TINUE PULLING UP MARIJUANA 
N BURKE COUNTY REAPS 3,636 PLANTS 
PLANTS SEIZED 

CROPS HIT HARO BY N.C. DROUGHT 
DESTROYED AROIND ORANGE COUNTY 
ANTS DISCOVERED 
IS OISCOVEREO NEAR LILLINGTON 
OUNO IN CHATHAM 
S OWNERS' SOUGHT 
NG DESPITE HEAT. DROUGHT 

AND MAN ARRESTEO 
T IN MjalJuJMa C45E 

ANTS SEIZED BY LAWMEN IN ALAMANCE COUNTY 
ANTS FOUND IN TWO FIELDS 
IJUANA 
JUANA AT CHER"'KEE 

aces inoictment in marijuana case 

"arijuana plants 
igh for SUMME= 
epqrts cherokee national forest major marijuana sourcf 

marijuana plants destroyed in'e6 



MARIJUANA, HEALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS, HEALTH EFFECTS 

MARIJUANA'S EFFECTS REMAIN MYSTERIOUS 

MARIJUANA, LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO DRUGS. OECR IMINAHZ AT HN 
SEE ALSO DRUGS. LAWS 

LEGALIZE MARIJUANA IN lO-YEAR EXPERIMFNT 

"ARIJUANA, RESEARCH 

SEE MARIJUANA, HEALTH EFFECTS 

"AOIJUANA, SMUGGLING 

SEE ALSO DRUG DEALERS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 

28 PEOPLE INDICTED IN S"UGGLING CASE 

POT-FILLED SHIP SEIZED OFF H.C. COAST 

SHIP, MARIJUANA SEIZED OFF COAST 

6,000 POUNDS OF marijuana SEIZED ON 55-FOCT SAILBOAT 

11 MEN INDICTED ON MARIJUANA CHARGES 

MARIJUANA, TESTING 

SEE ALSO URINALYSIS 

MARIJUANA'S EFFECTS REMAIN MYSTERIOUS 

MARIJUANA: TESTING, DONE WROT. , CAN RUIN REPUTATIONS 

S-MINUTE "ARIJUANA TEST DEVELOPED 

WITHERSPOON TEST RESULTS A MISTAKE 

MARIJUANA, TRIALS 



S I T 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PG L P yYL 

H 1 2/20/B6 8 ^ N 

H I 7/17/36 B I N Han 



H 2 5/13/86 U 5 P A 
S 2 9/25/86 A 4 E 



H 2 


/09/86 


a 




N 




H 2 


/22/e6 


A 




N 




H 2 


/25/96 


B 




N 




5 2 


7/19/»6 


A 




= 




S 2 


8/07/86 


c 




^ 


H70 


H 2 


8/29/86 


A 


16 


N 


'J30 


H 2 


1/31/86 


c 




N 




S 2 


1/01/86 


c 




N 




H 2 


1/06/86 


B 




•1 




S 2 


l/OB/86 


A 




N 


T85 


H 2 


1/14/86 


c 




N 




S 2 


1/15/96 


A 




N 




S 2 


1/15/86 


A 




N 


881 


H 2 


1/16/86 


A 




'J 




S 2 


1/16/86 


c 




N 


T85 


H 2 


1/19/86 


t 




N 




M I 


l/2<./a6 


B 




N 




H 2 


2/23/86 


fc 




N 




S 2 


2/27/86 


C 




N 




H 2 


3/21/°6 


B 




N 




S 2 


3/27/86 


C 




N 




H 2 


3/29/06 


A 




N 




S 2 


<./2*/?6 


c 




N 




H 2 


5/15/86 


A 


19 


N 




S 1 


5/15/86 


c 




N 




H 2 


5/21/86 


c 




N 




S 2 


6/02/86 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/03/86 


c 




N 




H 2 


6/07/86 


e 




N 




H 2 


6/14/56 


A 


14 


N 




H 1 


6/19/86 


B 




N 




H 2 


7/02/86 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


7/09/86 


A 




N 




H 1 


7/in/86 


B 




N 




H 3 


7/23/86 


C 




N 




H 2 


7/25/86 


5 




N 




S 2 


8/05/86 


A 




N 


Ta5 


H I 


8/23/86 


C 




N 




H 1 


8/26/85 


C 




N 




H 3 


9/20/86 


C 




N 




S 2 


9/23/85 


c 




N 




S 2 


9/27/86 


B 




N 




H 2 


10/28/85 


B 




N 




H 2 


11/02/86 


C 




N 




S 2 


11/03/85 


A 




N 




S 2 


11/07/86 


c 




N 




S 2 


11/U7/86 


A 




N 


810 


H 2 


11/15/85 


A 


12 


M 




H 2 


U/15/86 


c 




N 




S 2 


12/17/85 


A 




N 


T85 


H I 


12/19/86 


B 




N 




H 2 


3/26/85 






N 


S«2 


H 2 


3/29/P5 






N 


562 


H 2 


4/11/85 




16 


N 




H 1 


4/12/86 






N 




H 1 


5/16/86 






N 




H 2 


5/24/86 




10 


N 




H 2 


6/14/86 




14 


N 




H 1 


5/19/85 






N 




S 2 


7/18/85 






N 




H 3 


7/23/96 






N 




H ? 


7/25/85 






N 




H 2 


7/30/86 






•1 




H 3 


7/31/86 






N 




H 2 


6/02/86 




10 


N 




H 2 


b/09/85 






N 




H I 


9/23/85 






N 




H I 


8/26/85 






'1 




H I 


a/27/96 






N 




H 2 


9/09/05 






P N 




S 2 


9/10/85 






P P 


S76 


H 2 


9/13/06 






'1 




H 3 


9/in/=6 






N 




H I 


10/17/85 






N 




H 2 


11/02/86 






•1 




H 2 


11/13/85 




21 


N 




H 2 


11/20/86 




26 


"1 




H ? 


1/14/06 


B 


1 


n N 


"30 



H 2 10/22/86 A 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



2/28/86 A 

3/07/85 A 

3/08/86 A 

7/0J/86 A 

7/25/85 B 



H 2 1/14/86 B 

H 2 1/14/86 B 

H ? 8/09/86 ti 

H 2 12/20/66 D 



I N B30 
1 N 830 



■Jfcl 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGt 611 
l/0<)/07 



SEE ALSO ORUGSi TalALS 

MAN in BE SENTENCED TODAY ON TWO MARIJUANA CHARGES 

MARIJUANA FARMER ROCAP'S SENTENCING DELAYED UNTIL FRIDAY 

DURHAM MARIJUANA FARMER SENTENCED 

MARIJUANA FARM OPERATOR FINED* GIVEN 4 MONTHS 

FORMER OFFICER FACES INDICTMENT IN MARIJUANA CASE 

MARINAS 

SFE ALSO BOATS 

REGULATIONS LEAVE STATE SHORT ON SLIPS FOR BOATS 

MARINE BIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO BIOLOGY 

SFE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MARINE LABORATOOY 
SFE ALSO UNDERWATER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE 
SEEDS. SEAWEED STRUGGLE ALONG IN SURVIVAL OF FITTEST 

MARINE RESOURCE CENTERS 

SEE N.C. MARINE RESOURCE CENTERS 

MARITAL RAPE 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO RAPE. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

STATE NEEDS LEGISLATION TO PROTECT WIVES 

MARKET SQUARE PARTNERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. FILMMAKING 

THIRD MPVIE STUDIO IN NORTH CAROLINA TO BE ANNOUNCED 
MARTIN ANNOUNCES FILM STUDIO WILL BE BUILT NEAR HIGH POINT 

MARKETING INDUSTRY 

MANUFACTURERS SPONSORING tl MILLION MARKETING LAB 

MARKFTTNG RESEARCH 

FUOUA GETS NEW MARKETING LABORATORY 

MARKSMANSHIP 

SEE ALSO GUNS 
SEE ALSO HANDGU'IS 

SH01TING RANGF PLANS AT JORDAN LAKE MUST AWAIT STUDY OF EAGLE ROOST 

NRA: money can RE RAISED FOR SHOOTING RANGE 

VOLUNTEERS TURN DUMP INTO SHOOTING RANGE 

HELP MADE RANGE POSSIBLE 

MORALE MUSI BE HIGH 

HARD HOSIERY CORPORATION 

ADAMS-MILLIS MAKES OFFER ON NEW YORK HOSIERY FIRM 

MARaUETTF UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

DON'T WEAR OUT THE DIAL: UNC-m ARQUETTE NOT ON AREA TV LISTINGS 

NO REST: HEELS AT MARQUETTE TOMORROW 

UNC-MARQUEITE NOT ON TV HERE 

MARQUETTE'S BEST CREATES CUNT'AST FOK UNC MEETING 

CHANNEL 2B TO JOIN TAR HEELS IN PROGRESS 

TAR HEELS RALLY. TRAP MARIUETTE 

THROWN COINS OUN'T BOTHER UNC S SMITHS 

HEELS SURVIVE WICKED WEEKEND 

EX-DEAC JOINS DUKIET 

MARRIAGE CHAPEL (ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.P 

CEREMONIES OVER FOR MARRIAGE CHAPEL 

MARRIAGE COUNSELORS 

TOUGH QUESTIONS NEED ANSWERS BEFORE ENTERING MARITAL THERAPY 
COUPLES CAN BUILD 'TOUGH MARRIAGE' 
NEWLYWEDS SHOULDN'T AVOID ARGJMENTS 
THERAPIST: TALKING CAN BE KEY TO HAPPINESS 
COUPLE SUES CHARLOTTE 'COUNSELOR' 

MARRIAGE IN THE MIDDLE YEARS (BOOK) 

DUKE PROFESSOR: MIDDLE YEARS ^F MARRIAGE AN OPPORTUNITY 

THE MARRIAGE OF BETTE AND ROD I PL AY ) 

CAST MAKES 'BETTE AND BOO' MOVING. HILARIOUS 



H 2 3/2')/a6 

H 2 3/26/86 

S 2 3/28/S6 

H 2 3/2''/86 

H 3 ■)/ia/86 



S 2 5/0'./86 C 11 



H 2 11/06/86 B 



H 2 <./02/n6 A 



H 2 U/16/86 C U 
H 2 11/18/86 B 12 



H 2 10/12/86 C 11 
S 2 la/13/86 A 7 



MARRIAGES 
SHE 
VALE 
'THA 
THE I 
SHE 

IT T 

TOWE 

ERIE 

THES 

•TRA 

THEY 

HE W 

AN 

THEY 

THEY 

BRIO 

HE J 

SPAR 

MATC 

SHE 

OEST 

MATC 

SHYN 

COUP 

THEY 

HE C 

THEY 

THEY 

FOOT 

CHANi 

'SOM 

THEY 

SHE 

IT W 

IT'S 

SHE 

HIS 

COUP 

ELEC 

GROO 

HER 

NEWL 

COUP 

MOTH 

FOR 

SYST 

FORM 

COUP 



. DURHAM 

STOOD HIM UP : BUT 
NTINE DAY: DAY FOR 
T QUIET GIRL' MARR 
R FIRST DATE WAS A 
CAN'T RESIST A BAR 
DDK TWO YFARS. BUT 
D CAR NETS HER A H 
NDS ARRANGED IT: R 
E TWO FIRST MET WH 
CEY'S MY KINO OF W 
"RE TOGETHER AFTER 
AS AFTER CAREER BU 
LLEBGIC REACTION 
TRAVELED THE ROCK 
MET 'SOME ENCHANT 
EGROOM THINKS THE 
UMPEO INTO HER HEA 
KS FLEW FROM FIRST 
HMAKING ACQUAINTAN' 
WAS WILLING TO WAI 
INY MATCHED THEM: 
HMAKERS HIT HOMERUi 
ESS COULDN'T KEEP 
LE REFUSES TO LET 
"RE GLAD MOM PLAYE 
DULDN'T TAKE HIS E 
MET AT A FOOTBALL 
MET AT 'CHOIR PRA 
BALL RIVALRY TURNS 
CE MEETING TURNS T 
EONE ELSE'S BOYFRI 
NEVER HAD AN ARGU 
IMPRESSED HIM: JEA 
AS SEVEN YEARS TO 

FAITH THEY RELY 
KEPT HIM ANXIOUS 
PERSISTENCE REWARD 
LE WED AFTER DAT IN 
TRONIC AGE ROMANCE 
M: FATE GAVF US SE 
HIGH SCHOOL BRUSH 
YWEDS ARE LONGTIME 
LE'S BQMANCF, WEDO 
ERS PLOTTED TO BRI 
WEDDING. LODGE TUR 
EM ALERTED HER TO 
ER SCHOOL SWEETHEA 
LE LOOKS FORWARD T 



ONLY ON FIRST DATE, NOW THINGS ARE FINE 

ROMANCE IS ALSO FOR WEDDINGS 
lEO 'THAT NERDY GUY' 
LL-NIGHT SCRABBLE GAME 
GAIN WHEN SHE FINOS ONE 

BARRY LASSITER FINALLY A';kED AGaIN 
USBAND 

ELATIONSHIP STARTED WITH BLIND DATE 
EN SHE STUMBLED ONTO HIM IN IRELAND 
OMAN' 

A WORLD WAR AND 1^1) YEARS 
T DONALD STAUFFACHER FOUND A BRIDE 
THEIR RELATIONSHIP A RESULT OF SHOTS 
Y ROAO OF ROMANCE 
ED EVENING' 

LORD HAO HAND IN THIS RELATIONSHIP 
RT: SKYDIVING INCIDENT BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER 



CE G 
T: P 
THIS 
N 

THEM 
JOHN 
D CU 
YES 

GA" 
CTIC 

ROM 
RO 
END' 
ME NT 
N TI 
DAY 
N: N 



ETS CREDIT FOP THIS UNION 

ATI=NCE PAID PFE FOR PAM RAY. EOOIE DICKERSON 
BRIDE, BRIDEGROOM ALL BUT GREW UP TOGETHER 

APART 

OEERF START QUARREL 
PID 

OFF HER 
E 

E' 

ANTIC 
MANCE 



LLMAN CAME ACROSS AS 'CONFIDENT' 

EWLYWEDS SAY II KEEPS RELATIONSHIP STRONG 



ED 

G EIGHT YEARS 

LEADS COUPLE TO THE ALTER 
CONO CHANCE 
OFF LEO TO OCTOBER WEDDING 

FRIENDS 
ING KEEPS IT ALL IN THE FAMILY 
NG Two TOGETHER 
NS INTO CATHEDRAL 
HIS PRESENCE 

RTS REUVITE AFTER SEPARATION 
CLOSE MARRIAGE 



s 

E 
C 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 


A 
C 

A 

c 

B 




N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


S02 
SB? 

Tas 

S82 



H I 


2/11/86 




1 N 


O",*. 


H 2 


2/13/86 


B - 


1 N 




S 2 


<./03/86 


1. 


1 P «1 


1 BS 


H ? 


',/08/R6 


A 


*• L 




H 2 


',/15/B6 


A 


A L 





H 2 2/16/86 D 13 



H 2 1/18/86 D 1 



s 
s 

H 

H 
H 

H 
S 

s 


2 
2 
2 

1 
2 

2 
2 


1/18/86 
1/18/B6 
1/11/86 
1/10/86 
1/20/86 
1/20/86 
1/20/86 
7/31/86 


A 
A 
C 

c 

B 
B 
D 

a 


8 

q 
6 

6 

2 
2 

7 

i 


P 
C 

P 
P 


U 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
U 
N 


018 
M14 

n4 

Die 


H 


2 


6/17/96 


6 


3 




N 




H 
S 
H 
H 

s 


1 
2 
2 
2 
2 


3/11/86 

'./30/86 

9/28/86 

11/03/06 

11/20/86 


B 
B 
E 
B 
C 


3 
1 
9 
5 

1 


P 


N 
N 
N 
N 

N 


D8D 
G59 


H 


2 


7/13/86 


C 


6 




N 


nao 



H 2 7/18/86 





1/05/86 


e 


6 


p 




C80 




1/12/86 


E 


8 


P 




cao 




1/19/86 


E 


6 


p 




cao 




1/26/86 


E 


6 


P 




CBO 




2/02/86 


E 


8 


P 




cao 




2/09/86 


E 


7 


P 




cso 




2/16/86 


E 


A 


P 




cao 




2/23/86 


E 


6 


P 




cao 




3/02/86 


E 


7 


p 




cap 




3/09/86 


E 


4 


p 




cso 




3/16/86 


E 


9 


P 




CdC 




3/23/"6 


E 


6 







CdO 




3/30/86 


E 


5 


p 




CBO 




4/J6/86 


E 


6 


p 




cao 




<./13/86 


E 


6 


p 




cao 




'./20/R6 




7 


p 




ceo 




<,/27/e6 




6 


p 




cao 




S/d'./Bi 


E 


7 


D 




cao 




5/11/86 


E 


7 


P 




cao 




5/18/86 


E 


6 


P 




HOI 




5/25/86 


E 


6 


P 




H45 




6/01/86 


E 


6 


P 




J40 




6/08/86 


E 


6 


P 




cao 




0/15/86 


E 


4 


P 




J4P 




6/22/86 


E 


5 


P 




Z 11 




6/29/86 


E 


4 


P 




Zll 




7/06/B6 


E 


6 


D 




H45 




7/13/86 


E 


6 


P 




H45 




7/20/86 


E 


6 


P 




cao 




7/27/86 


E 


6 


P 




C80 




a/03/86 


E 


6 


D 




1 11 




3/10/86 


E 


4 


P 




H45 




d/17/86 


E 


8 


P 




H45 




8/24/86 


E 


7 


P 




cao 




a/31/86 


E 


14 


P 




211 




9/07/86 


E 


8 


P 




ZU 




9/14/86 


E 


8 


P 




ZU 




9/21/86 


E 


7 


P 




can 




9/28/86 


£ 


6 


P 




ZU 




10/05/86 


E 


6 


P 




H45 




10/12/86 


t 


5 


P 




ZU 




10/19/B6 


E 


7 


D 




cao 




10/26/86 


E 


6 


P 




ZU 




1 /02/86 


E 


7 


P 




cao 




U/09/"6 





=; 






W09 


2 


1 /09/86 


E 


n 


P 




cao 




11/16/36 


E 


8 


P 




Z 11 


2 


11/23/86 


E 


7 


P 




H45 



HONTHLV/A 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



S I T 
E L y 
DATE C PG L P SYL 



STUDEMT, INSTRUCTOR OPT FDR LIFE COURSE 

BLIND DATE LEADS TO hEO'^lNG 

•HE'S UUIET BUI SINCERE' 

71ST anniversary: couple REFLECT ON YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE 

NOT? "E PASSED PEGAN ROMANTIC COURTSHIP 

AUNT THEIR MATCHMAKER 

MARRIAGES. INTERNATIONAL 

DISTANCE NO OBSTACLE TO HEDOIMG 

MARRIAGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO WEDDINGS 

A SONG OF THEIR OWN 

KRISHNA WEDDING AN ANCIENT RITUAL 

CEREMONIES OVER FOR MARRIAGE CHAPEL 

IS YEARS LATER, COUPLE WILL TRY TO WED AGAIN 

WOMAN IS GIVING "CHICKEN- GROOM SECOND CHANCE 

THEIR BUSINESS IS NOSTALGIA 

MARRIAGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BIGAMY 

SEE ALSO DATING FIRMS AND SERVICES 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO HONEYMOONS 

SEE ALSO WEDDINGS 

SEE ALSO WIFE ADVERTISING 
PROF: MARRIAGE CAN WORK 

•STANO-AND-FIGHT- ATTITUDE HELPS MAKE MARRIAGE WORK — PROFESSOR 
HEALTHY MARRIAGE NEITHER TOTAL BLISS NOR BOREDOM 
COURSE TO FOCUS ON MARRIAGE IN THE MOVIES 

OUKE PROFESSOR: MIDDLE YEARS OF MARRIAGE AN OPPORTUNITY 
WOMEN AND CAREERS 
THAT'S ALL FOLKS? 

SCIENTISTS SAY MARRIAGE AFFECTS MENTAL HEALTH 

MARRIED COUPLES MORE REALISTIC ABOUT LOVE, N.C. PROFESSOR SAYS 
SATISFYING JOB, HAPPY MARRIAGE CAN BRING LONGER LIFE. ..STUDY 



U/30/86 E 7 

12/07/R6 E R 

12/l<./86 E 10 

12/I'i/BS A 6 

12/21/06 E 1 

12/2°/S6 E 7 



F ca^ 

F m 

■= ra" 

F H",'; 

F H<>S 

■= ' 11 



S 2 10/06/n6 P 1 n F S27 



MARRIOTT CORP. 

MARRIOTT HOTEL PROPOSAL PASSES PLANNING BOARD 

IF ALL HOTELS PLANNED FOR DURHAM AREA ARE BUILT, 

MARS HILL COLLEGE SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
ELON SAC-3 PICK 

MARSHALL UNIV. 

FANFARE: MARSHALL SC PICK 

MARTIAL ARTS 

SEE ALSO KARATE 

SEE ALSO KUNG FU 

SEE ALSO NINJA 

SEE ALSO SELF-DFFFNSE 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE WOMEN'S MARTIA 

WEAK PEOPLE BECOME POWERFUL AT 

WOMAN'S KARATE SCHOOL USES NEJ 

NINJA MOVES LIKE THE WIND 

KUNG FU FIGHTERS 

INDUCTED 

MARTIN DEVELOPMENT GROUP. INC. 

DEVELOPER SUING TOWN OVER LAND 
TRIANGLE'S BEAUTY SAID KEY TO PROSPERITY 



L ARTS 
"ARTIAU ARTS DEMONSTRATION 
TEACHING STYLE 



MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CENTER FOR 
N.C. MUTUAL, SCHOOLS TO CLOSE 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL L? 
CHECK OF OPPORTUNITY MUST BE C 
PHILADELPHIA MAYOR SAYS U.S. P 



MARVIN'S VARIETY STOP 
STORE OWNER, THR 

MARX BROTHERS 

UNC PROFS FORM • 

MARXISM 

SEE ALSO COMMUNISM 
SCHOLARS TO EXAM 
MARX, ENGELS Mus 

MARY DUKE BIPDLE FOUN 
ARTS COUNCIL GIV 

MARY Q. COWPER DAY CA 
MARY COWPER CENT 
MEMORIES OF DAY 



SOCIAL Change 
ON KING HOLIDAY 

CTURE 

ASHED FOR U.S. POOR — GOOOE 

OOR DESERVE CHANCE 



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HA HA' GROUP 



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N GRAVES 



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LL LIVE ON 



MARY POTTER SCHOOL lOXFORD, N.C.I 
CHITCHAT 



MAPY REYNOLDS BABCOCK 
STATE SUFFERS HO 
ARTSCHOOL RCCFIV 
GRANT dOOSTS ART 
ENERGY, RFCYCLIN 
STATE PROFESSOR 

MARYLAND 

SEE ALSO ANNAPOLIS 
MD. JOINS SOUTHE 
THE TEST THAI TR 



FOUNDATION 
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SCHOOL 

G WORKSHOPS FU 
PLEADS GUILTY 



, MARYLAND 

RN MARCH PRIMA 

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CAPTAIN CABLEVIS 
HILL STATE'S MAS 
THE MANY MASKS 
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RETAILERS EMPLOY 

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BEGIN IN MAY 



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EL HILL 



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N N U A L 
1/01/B6 



INDEX 
12/31/B6 



SUBJECTS 



S 
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PA'it 613 
1/01/07 



DAY ACTIVITI'^S A HFE-HAWIINGI SUCCESS 



"ASONRV 

SEE ALSO BRICKLAYERS 
SEE ALSO BRICKS 

BRICK MASONS PLEDGE HELP ON MFMORIAL 

MASONS 

SEE ALSO DORCAS MASONIC LODGE 
SEE ALSO SI. JOHN'S DAY 

OnPHANACE PLANS CELEBRATION 

OOPHAMAGE'S FESTIVE ST. JOHN'S 

NEW OFFICERS 

LODGE CHIEFS 

NEu OFFICERS 

ENO INSTALLATION 

NEU OFFICERS 

MASS MURDERS 

SEE ALSO GENOCIDE TREATIES 
SEE ALSO MURDER. U.S. 

THE TRAGEDY IN OKLAHOMA 

ABERRANT BEHAVIOR COULD SIGNAL OANCER 

MASS SUICIDE 
SEE GUYANA 
SEE RELIGIOUS CULTS 
SEE SUICIDES. INTERNATIONAL 

MASS TRANSIT 

SEE ALSO SUBWAYS 

SEE ALSO TRAVEL. U.S. 

TRANSPORTATION STUDY TO FOCUS ON PRACTICAL DUE ST I ONS-OFF IC I AL 

TRIANGLE BUS SYSTEM CRANKING JP 

CAROBORO OFFiriALS EYE FINANCIAL FUTURE DUE TO LOSS OF FUNDS 

RFGIUMAL TRAFFIC AUTHORITY PROPOSED 

A GOOn IDEA. flUT... 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION NEEDED 

BONOS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION WILL FOCUS ON ELDERLY. HANDICAPPEn 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BONDS DESERVE PUBLIC VOTE ON NOV. 4 

SIX OTHER BONO ISSUES APPROVED 

CITY SHOULD IMPROVE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 

MASSACHUSETTS 

SEE ALSO BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS 

MASSACHUSETTS REPORT URGES BAM ON ALL SMOKELESS TOBACCO ADS 
MORE. NOT LESS. SEAT BELT USE CAN SAVE LIVES 

MASSAGE PARLORS 

SEE ALSO PROSTITUTION 

OWNERS OF BUILDING GO TO COURT SEEKING TO EVICT MASSAGE PARLOR 

MASTER CHARGE 

SEE ALSO CREDIT CARDS 

2 DURHAM BANKS BUCK HIGHER CREDIT CARD RATFS 

2 BANKS RETURN TO IBX RATE FOR CREOI T-C ARO'luYS 

MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

STRANGE RECALLS FALL FROM GLORY IN LAST MASTERS 

MASTERS IS WATSON'S IDEAL FOR GOLF 

GOLF'S LEGENDS NEVER LONELY AT THE MASTERS 

LEADERS SHOOT HOLES IN CADDY CONCEPT 

SEVE CAME TO PLAY 

AS PRICE TAKES DAY. NORMAN GIVEN LEAD 

PRICE OF FAME: A 63 

SUSPENSE MOUNTS AS MASTERS BATTLE 

IT WAS JUST TOO EARLY TO WRITE OFF NICKLAUS 

NICKLAUS MASTERS AUGUSTA WITH 65 FOR SIXTH JACKET 

NICKLAUS PROVES MASTER AT MAKING DREAM REALITY 

INSIDE 

FROM jack: TODAY'S CLUB FAD 

OLD-TIMERS THRIVING IN PURSUITS OF YOUNG 

"MATCHBOOK" political campaign IAPRIL. 1980) 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ELECTIONS 

THE MATCHMAKER (PLAYl 

VETERAN BUCK BACK AS • FOOL ' IN PLAYMAKERS 'MATCHMAKER' 
PLAYMAkERS scores 'MATCHLESS' PRODUCTION 
•MATCHMAKER' GOOD OLU-FA SH lONE D ROMANTIC FARCE 

MATERNITY BENEFITS 
SEE PREGNANCY 

MATERNITY FASHIG'IS 
SEE ALSO FASHION 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

MATERNITY CLOTHES NEED SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS 
MATFRNITY CLOTHES HAVE SPECIAL FEATURES 
CLOTHING MUST GROW ALONG WITH PREGNANCY 
KNITS GOOD FOR MATERNITY WEAR 

MATERNITY LEAVE 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

MATERNITY LEAVES NEEDED 

MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MATHEMATICS DEPT. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MATHEMATICS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO N.C. MATHEMATICS CONTE'^T 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCF EDUCATION NETWHRK 

COUNCIL AIDS CITY. COUNTY MAH TEACHERS 

MATH WHIZZES CLASH IN CONTEST AT OUKE: SCIENCE SCHOOL TEAM NIPS VA. 

MATH SCHOOL PLANS SEMINAR 

BUDGET CUTS TO COST 10 AIDES IN REMEDIAL PROGRAM 

7TH-GPADERS. PARENTS SEEK 'FRIENDLIER' MATH 

STUDENTS WIN MATH TOURNFY 

FAMILY MATH SET AT NEAL JR. HIGH 

CARNEGIE GRANT FUNDS PRF-COLLFGE PROGRAM 

TEACHERS SUPPORT MATH COUNCIL EVENTS 

'MATHLETE5' PRESENT SHIRT 

TRIANGLE STUDENTS IN MATH PROSRAM 

UNC HOTLINE HELPS TEACHERS WITH PROBLEMS 

TRIANGLE STUDENTS ON TOP MATH TEAM 

MATH SCHOOL MAY START PROGRAM FOR PUPILS DEFICIENT IN ALGEBRA 

EDUCATOR SAYS CALCULATORS HAVE PLACE IN CLASSES 

UNC GETS 1250.000 FOR MINORITY PROGRAM 

POWE TEACHER TABBED AS TOP MATH INSTRUCTOR 

DUKE TO HOST HATH CONTEST 

MATH COMPETITION SCHEDULED AT DUKE 

DAVIS ESTABLISHES tl.". MILLION FUND TO LURE TEACHERS FROM STUDENT n( 

MATRON'S CLUB 

MATRON'S CLUB OFFICERS 

MATTAMUSKEET NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFJGE 



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6/22/06 
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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



I N T E X 
U/31/B6 



SUBJECTS 



PAGC 61'i 



SWIMMING POOLS 



SEE ALSO LAKE MAITAMUSKEET 

MILITARY FLIGHTS HORRY HILOLI>=E REFUGES MANAGER 

MATTHEWS. N.C. 

TOMBSTONES BROKEN 

MAUPIN. TAYLOR. ELLIS AND AOAMS (RALEIGH. N.C.I 
POLITICS CHARGED AGAINST RECALL EFFORT 
RECALL OPPONENTS SEE POLITICS 

MAURICE J. KOURY NATATORIUM 

SEE UNIV. OF N,C. -CHAPEL HILL. 

MAX FACTOR AND CO. 

VANCE-GRANVILLE COLLEGE TO ADO CHEMISTRY CLASSES 

MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE (FILMI 

•MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE" PROVIDES 'MNIMUM ENTERTAINMENT 

MAXTON. M.C. 

•BIGGEST BELLY. PUTS SMALL TOWN IN NORTH CAROLINA ON THE MAP 
MAXTQN RESIDENTS CHARGE OIL PLANT ENOANGEPS HEALTH 

MAXTON OIL AND FERTILIZE" CO. 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
FIRE DAMAGES PLANT 
MAXTON RESIDENTS CHARGE OIL PLANT ENDANGERS HEALTH 



MAY 



IN THE MERRY MONTH OF MAY 



mayan art 

old inspiration meets new forms in sculptures 

maymfm 

see violence 

mayo clinic 

cancer scam nets woman 6-month term 

mayors. m.c. 

clarkton wondering if town has a mayor 
maoam mayor: being woman no handicap 

maze irock groupi 

maze lives up to its tcp billing in greensboro 

meaoowlands 

see also research and development parks 

durham is getting l^ss and less of the traveler's dollar in carolina 
plan due friday for industrial park on u0-acr6 site near hillsborough 
meaoowlands to have extensive recreation 

meals on wheels 

see also senior citizens 

see also volunteer services bureau 

they couldn't 00 without shelby tooo, chris hamlet 

money sought for durham groups 

senate committee oks durham. trange funds 

allocations omitted 

meals on wheels grateful 

holiday spirit lifts meals on wheels 

measurement, inc. (durham) 

conference: chance to tell government what you think 
measurement inc. has trouble recruiting in area 



MEASURING DEVICES 

MEASURING DEVICE AIDS IN AERONAUTICS 



MEAT PUPPETS IROCK GROUPI 

MELODIC SENSE UNDERLIES PUPPETS^ 



JAW ALIGNMENT 
SOUND TORNADO 



MEBANE. N.C. 

SOME WORKERS ARE CALLED BACK TO GE PLANT IN MEBANE 

MEBANE TO OPEN RECREATION AREA AT LAKE MICHAEL 

MEBANE PUTS LIMIT ON FOWL FL0':kS 

HILLSBOROUGH SEEKS SOLUTIONS TO WATER CRISIS 

BURLINGTON, GRAHAM, MEBANE A S< FOR VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION 

WATER AUTHORITY NEGOTIATING FIR USE OF PONDS, QUARRIES 

COUNTY AGAIN SEEKING WATER FRTM 3URLINGTUN 

MEBANE EXPECTING BIG TURNOUT FOR autumn FEST SATURDAY 

ARMED MAN ROBS STORE AT MEBANE 

MAYOR THREATENED WITH •WRATH OF GOO^ 

MEBANE, N.C, BOND REFERENDUM 

GRAHAM, MEBANE PLAN VOTE ON WATER BONDS 

THERE'S STILL TIME TO REGISTE' i^OR FLECTIONS, RSFERENDUMS 

SOME ALAMANCE VOTERS FACE SONn ISSUE CHOICE 

MEBANE PLANS JAN. 13 VOTE ON BOND ISSUE 

MEBANE VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MONDAY 

MEBANE. N.C. CHRISTMAS PARAOE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES. N.C. 

AREA TOWNS GEARING MP FOR CHRISTMAS PARADES 

MEBANE, N.C, ELECTIONS 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH TERM 

MEBANE, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 

GRAHAM, MEBANE PLAN VOTE ON WATER BONOS 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH TER" 

MEBANE AGREES TO SELL WATER TO OR ANGE -AL A MANC E SYSTEM 

MEBANE PLANS JAN. 13 VOTE ON ^OND ISSUE 

MEBANE VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MONDAY 

MEBANE MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURC^ 

PERSON CHOIR TAKES SONG LITER«LLY IN SHOOTING SPREE 
ANOThFR charge filed in SMOOIING AT CHURCH 
SHOOTING IN CHURCH BRINGS SENTENCES 

MEFANE MILL OUTLET 

MEBANE MILL OUTLET ROBB'^D 

WARRANT IS ISSUED IN OUTLET ROBBERY 

MEPANE PACKAGING CORP. 

SEE ALSO POXES , „ 

BOX art: she designs THE PACKAGES ON GROCERY STORE SHELVES 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

MEBANE POLICE OEPI. 

MEBANE COUNCIL SUGGESTS WAYS TO IMPROVE POLICE 
SOME TOWNS LOSE TRAINED OFFICERS BECAUSE OF PAY 

MEPANE TOWN COUNCIL . , 

MEBANE COUNCIL SUGGESTS WAYS TO IMPROVE POLICE 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P SYL 



H? 7/13/B6C lMN-197 
H 1 12/lft/86 C 3 N 



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H 2 11/21/86 A 18 N 



H 2 8/22/86 A 12 N 
H 2 ll/0<./»6 <. N 
H 2 11/21/86 A 18 N 



H 2 5/03/86 A 4 F 

H 2 1/31/86 D 12 ° R '■t6S 



H 2 3/16/P6 C 1 



H 2 3/28/86 A in N 

H 2 7/17/86 B 1 p N san 



H 2 8/08/86 D 3 R C85 



H 2 <,/27/86 C 13 U L<.1 
H 2 5/07/96 C 2 •( A3C 
H 2 5/10/86 C 1 " N B81 



5/18/86 
6/18/96 
6/27/86 
6/28/86 
12/01/86 
12/31/B6 



13 
13 



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H 2 2/05/86 A 11 



H 2 <./03/86 C 13 N M97 



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I 9/12/R6 B 



l/2<./86 E 
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H 2 7/06/86 E 
H 2 7/08/86 A 



H 3 1/25/86 C 
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MONTHLY/A 



NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



>A'-.i£ 615 
l/QP/R? 



MEBANE PUTS LIMIT ON FOWL FLOCKS 

HEBANE TOWN COUNCILMAN RESIGNS 

MEBANF TOWN COUNCIL TABLES ORANGE COUNTY'S OEOUFST FOR WATER 

MEBANE AGREES TO SELL MATER TO ORANGE-ALAMANCE SYSTEM 

MEBANE TOWN "ANACER 

NEW TOWN MANAGER CHOSEN IN MEBANE 

MECHANICS 

SEE ALSO AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
SEE ALSO SERVICE STATIONS 

BOO" LEAVES SERVICE JOBS BEGGING 

MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK (DURHAM, N.C.I 

MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK, REALTY SUBSIDIARY NOTF 15 PCT. 
DURHAM PANK'S NET INCOME RISES IS.it 

2 DURHAM BANKS BUCK HIGHER CREDIT CARD RATES 
ROAD RACE GETS GOOD START 

3 DURHAM COMPANIES RANKED AMONG LARGEST OWNED 3Y BLACKS 
MAGAZINE CITES DURHAM BLACK-OJNEO FIRMS 
2 BANKS RETURN TO 18» RATE FOR CREOIT-CARD PUYS 
DURHAM MAN, BANK KEY IN SHAW EFFORTS 

MECK NECK, N.C. 

MECK NECK PEOPLE ASK FOR SECESSION 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. 

MECKLENBURG BILLBOARD RULES D' AW CRITICISM 

N.C. COMMUNITIES NAMED FINALISTS 

MECK NECK PEOPLE ASK FOR SECESSION 

WAKE MAY OVERTAKE MECKLENBURG COUNTr Ai KUKULAIl 

CAROLINA SKIES ARE NOT FREE F" OM POLLUTION 

JUDGE IN CHRISTMAS COURT TRIES TO DISPENSE MERCY 

CHARLOTTE'S JEWISH COMMUNITY 'PELLS CHRISTIANS F 



PROFIT GAIN 



..Y AS POPULATION GROWS 
POLLUTION 

"■ ' ' WITH JUSTICE 
OR HOLIDAY 



MECKLENBURG COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

CHARLOTTE MAN SMELLS MONEY IN GARBAGE 
COMMISSIONER-PREACHER ARRESTED IN MECKLENBURG 
MECKLENPURG COMMISSIONER SAYS HE WILL NOT RESIGN 
MFCKLFNPURG COMMISSIONER PLEAOS INNOCENT TO ASSAULT 

MECKLENBUR''- COUNTY OFPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
COURT UPHOLDS STATE MEDICAID LIMITS 
ENDOWED CHAIR AT UNC TO BEAR NAME OF KURALT 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY JAIL 

DOCTOR: PRISONER SMOTHERED AFTER HIS MOUTH WAS COVERED 

WRONG MAN IS RELEASED FROM JAIL 

MECKLFNBURG SHERIFF BEING INVESTIGATED 

INMATE LOSES JOGGING, TRIP RIGHTS 

SHERIFF SUES TO KEEP RECORDS CLOSED AT JAIL 

PROBE SHOULDN'T CLOSE PUBLIC RECORDS ACCESS 

MECKLENBERG SHERIFF CUTS TERM 

MECKLENBURG SHERIFF SAYS HE WAS SET UP 

MECKLENPURG INMATES ALLOWED TO GO FREE FOR LONG PERIODS, RECORDS SHOW 

FORMER DEPUTY PLEADS GUILTY TO PLOT 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY SHERIFF 

MECKLENBURG SHERIFF BEING INVESTIGATED 
SHERIFF SUES TO KEEP RECORDS CLOSED AT JAIL 
PROBE SHOULDN'T CLOSE PUBLIC RECORDS ACCESS 
MECKLENBERG SHERIFF CUTS TERM 
MECKLENBURG SHERIFF SAYS HE w» S SFT UP 
FORMER DEPUTY PLEADS GUILTY TO PLOT 

MECKLENBURG DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 
CARTOONIST NEEDS A HISTORY LESSON 

MED CALL ISAN ANTONIO. TFIASI 

FRANKLIN CUMMt SSIONERS SET IN MOTION. .. SALE OR LEASE OF HOSPITAL 
FRANKLIN BOARD TO MEET MQNOAY ABOUT HOSPITAL 
LAND IS OFFERED FOR NEW FRANKLIN COUNTY HOSPITAL 

MEDALS 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR 

SEE ALSO DUKE MEDAL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MEDAL 

SEE ALSO MILITARY MEDALS 

SEE ALSO PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO PURPLE HEARTS 

SEE ALSO SPACE MEDALLION 

N.C. MAN FINALLY GETS WORLD WAR II MEDAL 

WAKE COUNTY MAN GETS MEDALS MTRF THAN A" YEARS AFTER WAR 

MEDIA 

SEE MAGAZINES 

SEE NEWS MEDIA 

SEE NEWSPAPER), 

SEE NEWSPAPERS, _ - ^ 

SEE NEWSPAPERS, N.C. 

SEE NEWSPAPFRS, U.S 

SEE RADIO 

SEE TELEVISION 

MEDIATION 

SEE ALSO niSPUTF SETTLEMENT CENTER, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ARBITRATORS 
SEE ALSO VOLUNTEER ARBITRATORS 

COURTS SEEK SOLUTION TO WORTHLESS CHECKS 

GRANT AIDS MEOIanON PROGRAMS 

COURT MEASURE DESIGNED TO SAV; TIME, mqney 

COURTS TO TRY NEW PROGRAM 

MEDIATION SAID »EST FOR SOLVING DISPUTES 

BAD-CHECK PROGRAM COULD PROVE SAVINGS 

BETTER PUSINESS BUREAU MEDIATION PROGRAM GETS RESULTS 

TURNING CONFLICT INTO AGREEMENT 

MEOICAIO 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HIGHEST IN ■'EDICAID R F 1 MBUKSEMENT 

COURI UPHOLDS STATE MEDICAID LIMITS 

COURT BACKS FEDERAL LAW ON metjcaID 

•RED TAPE' IN MEDICAID IS CRITICIZED 

BIDS FOR OFFICE SPACE TO P£ OPENED MARCH A 

COMMITTEE REFUSES TO ENDORSE PILL SEEKING TOUGHER PENALTIES FOR CRIME. 

RULfS LEAVE DELINOUENT YOUTH WITHOUT TREATMENT 

GETTING DELINQUENTS PSYCHIATRIC HELP PROVED FRUSTRATING 

INSPECTORS WILL VISIT LAURINBURG NURSING HOME 

DURHAM CUTS 'WELFARE MOTHER' ROLL^ 

STATE EXPANDS HEALTH SERVICES IN THREE COUNTIES 

WAY SEEN TU SAVE ON INMATES' "EOICAL FEES 

PLANS WOULD RAISE NUMBER ON MEDICAID 

MEDICAID CHANGES BEING CONSIDERED 

DURHAM'S NURSING HOME SHORTAGE NOT TO END SOON 

MEDICAID FRAUD 



DURHAM 
INTERNATIONAL 

(SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 



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H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
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3/04/86 
10/08/86 
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12/25/86 
12/26/86 
12/26/86 


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^1QNTHLY/a^^■^UAL 



INDEX 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO FRAUD 

SEE ALSn HEALTH INSURANCE FRAUD 

LAURINBUHO NURSING HQ«E UNDER PRJPE 

12 CHARGES DROPPED DUE TO DELAY 

DENTISTS' MEDICAID FRAun CHAR*,ES tllSMISSEO 

MEDICAL CARE, cost; 

SFE HEALTH CARE, COSTS 

"EOICAL EDUCATION , . _ 

SEE ALSO DUKE U^'^v. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO EAST CAROLINA UNIV. METICAL SCHOOL 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
SFE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS OROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO NURSING SCHOOLS. N.C. „^„,,,..^ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF "EOiriNE 

DIRECTOR TO LECTURE ON "EDICAL EDUCATION 

PHVSIC lAN-DISECTOR RAPS LACK OF HUMANISTIC TQUCH 

UNC MEDICAL STUDENTS TAKE NEW TEST ON PATIENT CARE 

DUKF fu'GERV PROFESSOR TO HEAT ACCREDITATION BODY 

DOCTORS GETTING SfCONO OOSE 0= TRAINING 

UNC SURGEON IS APPOINTED TO MFD PANEL 

PROFESSOR APPOINTED TO COUNCIL 

MEDICAL EMERGENCY SERVICE 

SEE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 

aEE ALSO LIThOTOIPTER 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 

SEE ALSO SCANNERS (MEDICAL EOUIPMENTI 

PANEL SEEKS CHANGES IN STATE RESTRICTIONS FOR MFDICAL SERVICES 

MEDICAL ETHICS 

SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 

SEE ALSO HU''AN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 

PULITZER WINNER ASKS DOCTORS TO RECOGNI7E INDIVIDUALITY 

BOOK EXPLORFS ETHICS QUESTIONS INVOLVING PRIMARY MfpiCAL CARE 

DOCTOR-PATIENT TIES DEFINE MEOICAL ETHICS 

KOOP: SOCIETY'S NEEDS MAY OVERRIDE FAMILY'S 

MEDICAL ETHICS TOPIC OF SERIES 

CHAPLAIN SAYS MED STUDENTS FACE TOUGH ISSUES OF ETHICS 

GOVERNMENT'S PLACF NOT AT HOSPITAL PEDSIuE 

UNPLUGGED FEEDING TUBES NEK FOCUS OF RIGHT-TQ-OIE DEBATE 

AIDS DRUG RAISES ETHICAL ISSUES ,, , 

ETHICS PROGRAMS TO HEIGH INDIVIDUAL DESIRES VERSUS PUBLIC GOOD 
MEDICAL ETHICS FOCUS OF TALKS IN PUKE SERIES 

MEDICAL EXAMIfjER 

SEE ALSO AUTOPSIES 

SEE ALSO CASHELL COUNTY CORONER 

SEE ALSO CORONERS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FORENSIC MEDICINF 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY C0RON=R 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICE OF CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER 

eXA" PROCEEDS STEP AT A TIME 

POLITICS OFTEN CLOUDED CORONE' RULINGS 

HOK do exams benefit SOCIETY? 

•OUINCY" FUN, BUT UNREALISTIC 

YANCEY CANDIDATES HOPE TO REVIVE DEAD OFFICE 

MEDICAL FEES 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, COSTS ^ , ,^^ 

PHYSICIANS' IMAGE A PROBLEM S'YS NEH SOCIETY CHIEF 

MEDICAL FOUNDATION OF N.C. INC. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF MtDICINt 
NEH AIRPLANES BFING SOUGHT F0=' HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER 

MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS 

SEE MEDICAL EOUIPMENT 

MEDICAL INSURANCE 

SEE HEALTH INSURANCE 

MEDICAL LABORATORIES 

OFFICIALS SEEK NEH PUBLIC HEALTH LAB 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE 
SFE ALSO INSURANCE 

MALRRACTICE INSURER -ONT ADD NEW CLIENTS 

COMPANY MAY RAISE PREMIUMS FEB MALPRACTICE INSURANCE IN N.C. 

JONES: INSURANCE HOES WIDESPREAD 

LACK OF CONFIDENCE KEY TO INSURANCE HOES 

LEGISLATORS QUESTION OBSTETRICS INSURANCE MIKE 

3R0 COMPANY SEEKS POLICY AUTHORIZATION 

FIRM HIK£C MALPRACTICE IN'^URA'ILE 35T% 

MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COMPANY RAISES RATES 

PHYSICIANS FIND FAVORITE MALPRACTICE OPTION BLOCKED 

LIABILITY SUITS CLIMB 

INVESTMENT CHANGES SPUR INSURANCE CRISIS 

AHARD LIMITS COULD EASE INSURANCE CRUNCH 

FINANCIAL RUIN LOOMS AS DOCTCS TRY TO SERVE 

ANGRY DOCTORS HANT HEARING ON INSURANCE-PREMIUM MIKES 

N.C. DOCTORS ASK HEARING IN INSURANCE FIGHT 

JURY AWARD SHOHS HHY CAP ON DAMAGES NEEDED 

MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COSTS AFFECTING CARE. LAWYER SAYS 

CAP ON LAHSUIT AHAROS FOR PAIN ON LEGISLATIVE STUDY PANEL AGENDA 

CONSUMER GROUP REPORTS ON STATE INSURANCE RATES 

MEDICAL MUTUAL HILL ROLL "ACK PREMIUM RATES 

THCPNSURG: INSURANCE INDUSTRY HASN'T "AOE C'SE FOR CHANGES 

LA^XAKcRS STUDY PLAN TO LIMIT MALRRACTICE INSURANCE COSTS 

LFGISLATCRS CONSIDER REVIVING STATC HEDICAL MALPRACTICE FUND 

study: N.C. MALPRACTICE SETTLEMENTS UP 200t 

DUKF FYES MALPRACTICE COVERAGF "PTION 

INSIDE 

MALPRACTICE INSURANCE CURE SPARKS DEbATE 

PANEL CHANGES MALPRACTICE. VACCINATION -JILLS 

BILL LIMITING MALPRACTICE DAMAGES ON HAY TO SENATE 

SENATE PULLS TORT REFORMS FROM MALPRACTICE "ILL 

LEGISLATURE APPROVED ONLY ONE MALPRACTICE PROPOSAL 

FAMILY DOCTORS DROP OBSTETRICS DUE TO RATES 

MALPRACTICE STUDY COMMISSION SHIFTS EMPHASIS 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE LOWER IN N.C. THAN MOST STATES 

53 HOSPITALS FILE LAHSUIT ON MEDICARE 

BABY DOCTORS LEAVING RURAL COJNTIFS 

FAMILY DOCTORS CONSIDER SUIT •'VER PREMIUMS 

CaM-ISSIONER SEES NO PROOF do; TORS' INSURANCE IS UNFAIR 

NFh vaccine law not working. OJCTOR tells panel ,.,r,,„..,r = 

STATE PANEL TO CONSIDER PROPOSAL FOR NO-KAULT OBSTETRIC INSURAi4CE 

53 N.C. HOSPITALS JOIN MEDICARE SUIT 

OFFICIAL: MEDICARE SUIT WON'T AFFECT CAPE COSTS 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE PROPOSALS ON STUDY PANEL'S AGENDA 



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7/07/86 


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187 


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2/13/86 


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2/14/86 


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2/14/56 


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3/05/56 


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3/10/86 


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3/13/R6 


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3/13/°6 


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3/2S/86 


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S 2 


3/27/86 


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H 2 


3/28/56 


C 




N 




S 2 


4/03/86 


A 




F 




H 2 


4/10/86 


c 


13 


N 




H 7 


4/13/''6 


c 




N 


A54 


S 2 


5/01/86 


c 




N 




H 2 


5/13/56 


A 




N 




H 2 


5/14/86 


c 




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L40 


S 2 


5/20/86 


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H 2 


5/21/-'6 


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L40 


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6/04/86 


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S 2 


6/07/86 


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T30 


H 2 


6/15/86 


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H 2 


6/25/=6 


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6/26/''6 


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22 


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L40 


H 7 


7/07/56 


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L40 


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7/17/86 


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L40 


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6/13/56 


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11/10/86 


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11/12/86 


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1/11/66 - 



OOCTOOS' GROUP SEEKS INSURANCE CHANGE 



INDEX 
12/31/Ro 



SUBJECTS 



CAf.e 617 
l/0'»/?7 



MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 



MEflCAL MALPRACTICF SUITS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, 

SF£ ALSO LAWSUIT DAMAOE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS. U.S. 

ii^ '!-?2 'i''^' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. "EDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. U.S.. I NCO'* PET ENC Y 

SEE ALSO SURGERY 

SEE ALSO WRONGFUL LIFE SUITS 
WHO'S SUING WHO"? 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE TO BE DISCUSSFD ON CARLE SHOW 
PANEL TOLD NOT TO FORGET MEOKAL MALPRACTICE VICTIMS 
PARTNERS WITH DOCTORS 

PRE-SCREENING MAY HELP LESSEN MALPRACTICE LAWSUITS TN STATE 
iSS^^SSf?oSr^lop'^gE\^?VFg?N^^",J^,I^s'- °°'™°^ OROPPING^BsfFTRICS 

aSEi^S I'.l'iiTill iS??| SS?5P^8^5gs^V& ?*sIJ|¥Jf' °°"°'^ ^'^ 

MEDICINE IS INEXACT 

AMERICA'S TORT SYSTEM IS WORKING FINE 

•WRONGFUL aiRTH' SUIT IS REJECTED 

2 DOCTORS. 2 NURSES SUED OVER DEATH 

PHYSICIANS FIND FAVORITE MALP'ACTICE OPTION BLOCKED 

INVESTMENT CHANGES SPUR INSURANCE CRISIS 

■>£:,'^°C^"'''' 5'" L'WSUITS RAISING COST OF VACCINATION 

A PATH TO LOWER HEALTH COSTS 

FINANCIAL RUIN LOOMS AS DOCTORS TRY TO SERVE 

SOARING PRcMIUMS MAY HALT OBSTETRIC CARE IN 29 COUNTIES 

PROPOSAL ON SCREENING SUITS D^FFRREO v-u;»ii.> 

physician: SUITS THREATENING "1 OC TOR -P A I lENT CONFI OENI I AL I TY 

MALPRACTICE AWARDS CAP NOT LKELY 

CAP ON CONTINGENCY FEES NEEOE'^ IN N.C. 

NO AGREEMENT SEEM ON MALPRACTICE CAPS 

MEDICAL MUTUAL WILL ROLL BACK POEMIUH RATES 

!-,;fi5!;5'9?S CONSIDER REVIVING STATE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE FUND 

VICTIMS CALLEP 'VICTIMS' IF LIABILITY LAWS CHANGED 

STAGE SET FOR LEGISLATIVE FIGHT ON INSURANCE 

DAMAGE LIMITS FOR MALPRACTICE FACE CHALLENGE 

MAJOR CIVIL JUSTICE R'=FOR-<S PROPOSED 

PANEL BACKS LIMITS ON DAMAGE AWARDS 

N.C. SHOULD REOUIRE INSURANCE DISCLTSURES 

study: N.C. MALPRACTICE SETTLEMENTS UP 200* 

DUKE EYES MALPRACTICE COVERAG= OPTION 

LIMITS ON VACCINE LIABILITY QUESTIONED 

PANEL CHANGES MALPRACTICE. VACCINATION niLLS 

POSSIBLE SHOWnOWN SET ON TORT REFORM 

SENATE PULLS T01T REFORMS FROM MALPRACTICE PILL 

PANEL OKS BILL CANCELING SUCCESSION VOTE 

LEGISLATURE APPROVED ONLY ONE MALPRACTICE PROPOSAL 

EAST BLAMED DOCTOR FOR DIAGNOSIS FAILURE 

S!;'JL,??'^L'^I;'!!:"?.',?^"Z parents are finding Their bundles of joy cost. 

PARENTS ARE picking up THE MALPRACTICE INSURANCE TAB 

WAKE HOSPITAL. DOCTORS SUFO 

COURT SAYS WOMAN CAN'T SUE FO" COSTS OF RAISING CHILD 

SUITS NAME FORMER DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

BRODIE PREDICTS DISMISSAL OF SUIT AGAINST HIM 

DUKE TRUSTEES CHAIRMAN SUPPORTS BRODIE IN SUIT 

MALPRACTICE STUDY COMMISSION SHIFTS EMPHASIS 

VERDICT FAVORS DOCTORS 

ACCUSATIONS ARE RIDICULOUS 

JUDGE SAYS TIME RAN OUT ON SUIT AGAINST oRESSLER 

MEDICAL SOCIETY'S TORT REFORM POLL OUESTIONEU 

NEW VACCINE LAW NOT WORKING. DOCTOR TELLS PANEL 

SltJ^A^t'?!^ Iup'p§Srg^gu'p''?Sg?,^b ""^ '°-""'' OBSTETRIC INSURANCE 

FORMER DUKE PHYSICIAN ADMITS TO MERCY KILLING 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE PROPOSALS ON STUDY PANEL'S AGENDA 

MEDICAL MISSIONARIFS 

SEE ALSO MISSIONARIES 

2 CHAPEL HILL GROUPS POSTPONE AID TRIPS 



MEDICAL MUTUAL 
COMPANY MA 
SOME OOCTO 
RISING INS 
HIGHER INS 
LEGISLATOR 
FIRM HIKES 
MALPRACTIC 
AWARD LIMI 
ANGRY DPCT 
N.C. DOCTO 
SCARING PR 
MEDICAL MU 
MEDICAL IN 
study: N.C 
FAMILY DOC 
COMMISSION 



INSURANCE OF N.C. 

Y RAISE PREMIUMS FOR MALPRACTICE IN5URANCF IN N.C. 

RS STOP DELIVERING BABIES 

URANCE COSTS PASSED ON TO THE PATIENTS. DOCTORS SAY 

URANCE RATES DRIVE DOCTORS TO 'SAFETY' 

S QUESTION OBSTETRICS INSURANCE HIKE 

ALPRACTICE INSURA'lCE MIX 
E INSURANCE COMPANY RAISES RATES 
IS COULO EASE INSURANCE CRUNCH 

ORS WANT HEARING ON INSURANCE-PREMIUM HIKES 
RS ASK HEARING IN INSURANCE FIGHT 
EMIUMS MAY HALT O'STETRIC CARE IN 29 COUNTIES 
lUAL WILL ROLL BACK PREMIUM RATES 
SURANCE EXPLAINED 

. MALPRACTICE SETTLEMENTS UP 2U0^ 
TORS DROP OBSTETRICS DUE TO RAIES 
ER SEES NO PROOF DOCTORS' INSURANCE IS UNFAIR 



MEDICAL PARK HOSPITAL 

GOOUP OF DOCTORS VOTES AGAINST SELLING HOSPITAL 

MEDICAL PRODUCTS. INC. 

OURHA>« FIRM WEDS MEDICAL NEEDS. IDEAS 

MEDICAL PRODUCTS SEARCH 

ENIREPRFNEURS WERE SEEKING t<, MILLION AT VENTURE '86 
DURHAM DEVELOPER URGES ONE PHTNE SYSTEM IN TRIANGLE 

MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS. MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 

SEE ALSO BIRTH RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO BRAIN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DRUGS. RESEARCH 

111 ALSO GtNlTVc'REStARCH"" '^^'*^^°' »EH*V0HIAL MEDICINE RESEARCH CENTER 

SEE ALSO HUMAN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO IMMUNISATIONS 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE. RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO VACCINE 

ALCOHOLISM: FACTS REPLACING MYTHS 

COMPUTERS PAVE WAY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 

UNC DEVELOPING TREATMENT FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS 

SATS MAY YIELD CLUE TO HEARING 

DUKE GETS GRANT FOR EYE RESEARCH 

DUKE WILL CONDUCT MEDICAL SURVEY 

STUDY SHOWS STRONG FAMILY. EA^LY DEATH LINKED 

DUKE HEART STUDY SETS ORIENTATION 

INSTITUTE LOOKS FOR LINKS BETWEEN CHEMICALS. DISEASE 

PARKINSON'S DISEASE VICTIMS VOLUNTEER FOR STUDY OF DRUGS 



P n DATE 
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2/J7/86 


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2/21/86 


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3/01/86 


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1/01/36 - 



Index 

12/31/96 



S U J E 



OUKE COHPSRING EFFECTIVENESS TF OOUGS TREATING OiSKINSON'S 

BIRTH STRESSES ARE PcNEFICUU 

SCIENTIST: LINKING LAI TESTS To HUMANS NOT EASY 

UNC MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS 11.5 MILLION RESEARCH GRANT 

OUKE LAB'S SNIFFING POINTS TOWARD 'lECHANlCAL WHIFFEPS 

■TALK APCUT HITLER... ■ 

SCIENTISTS SHARE INFORMATION 

N.C. STATE RcSEAHCHERS DEVELOP MOOEL OF SKIN 

OIET-MOOMONF TI? STUDIED AT U'l C 

UNC RESEARCH SH?iJS SPFRHlCInES CAN HALT CHLAMYDIA INFi^CTXCNS 

SPERMICIDES MAY PREVENT INFECTIONS 

OUKE GETS AIDS RESEIRCH GRANT 

DAY-CARE CHILDREN MORE LIKELY in "i ILL 

EXERCISF SEEMS TO HFLP PEOPLE MH] HAvF CHRONIC LUNG DtSFASfcS 

RFSEAPCH EXAMINES HOH ALCOHOL AFFFCTj UNaOHN 

OUKE: EXERCISE HELPS CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE 

H.O.: PUELIC FEAR TORMENTS Ans PATIENTS 

OUKE STUDYING PANIC ATTACKS 

OUKE RESEARCHERS TESTING HAPT THERAPY 

UNC RESEARCHERS GET GRANT FOR HERPES STUUY 

UNC ID ASSIST IN STUDY ON POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN VOTS. PREGNANCY WOES 

DUKE RESEARCH MAY SHED LIGHT ON MS 

SECCNO HEART ATTACK TARGET OF NEW OR'JG 

INFANTS NEEOEO FOR STUDY 

BRAIN HEMORRHAGING PROBLEMS CF PREMATURE BARIES UNDER STUOV 

PREMATURE INFANTS "TALK" WITH SLEEPING HABITS 

RTI AWARDED CONTRACT FQR "JUIT SMOKING' EFFORT 

DUKE GETS S5 "ILLION FOR "EOICAL RESEARCH 

RTI RFCEIVES CONTRACT FOR TESTING AIDS DRUGS 

INSTITUTE GETS !'..<. MILLION CONTRICT FJP AIDS STUDIES 

SPEAKER BLASTS 'HALFwAY' MEDICAL PROCEDURES 

OUKE GRANTS TO STUDY AIDS. ALZhfimeP'S 

SELF-HYPNOSIS MAY HELP OULL CHEMOTHERAPY SIOE EFFECTS 

RALL: FUTURE '"RIGHT FOR EN V t Rl NM£ NT AL HEALTH RESEARCH 

VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR DIABETES STUDY 

CAN RELAXING CUT BLOOD PRESSURE? 

LIGHT EXERCISE APPEARS TO HELP PEOPLE wITH LUNG DISORDERS 

MEDICAL PEVIEw OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEDICAL SOCIETY 
S^E ALSO PHYSICIANS, N.C. 

REVIEW GROUP NOT TARGET OF WOMAN'S LAWSUIT 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS. FEDFRIL AID 

SEE DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF "EDICIlE 

SEE FEDERAL A t D-TO-EOUC AT I ON 

SEE MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SFE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HRL SCHOOL OF MFOICINF 

MEDICAL TECHNOLuGISTS 

SFE N.C. SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

MEDICARE 

SFE ALSO HEALTH CARE. COSTS 
AP STORY HAD DISTORTION 
MEDICARE NEEDS CHANGING 

MEDICARE Changes forcing families to take over CCMPLE» health care 
FAMILIES "OPE DEPENDENT ON HOSPITALS FOR TRAINING 

DOCTOR SAYS PHYSICIANS FEEL PRESSURE TO RELEASE MEDICARE PATIENTS JUIKER 
MEDICARE CRITICS SAY PATIENTS PUSHED OUT 
MEDICARE RECIPIENTS OFFERED hmq PLAN 
AMA MOVES UN MEOICARE* SMOKING 

loot OVERCHARGE GETS U.S. PRO=iE UF HOSPITAL 
UNNECESSARY INSURANCE 

117 MILLION IN Unpaid bills uwed hospital 

AGENCY SAYS N.C. HOSPITALS AVERAGED tflTI.OOn PROFIT ON MEDICARE PATIENTS 

BILL AI-S AT INCENTIVES FOR HANDICAPPED 

HOME-TREATED PATIENTS NEED MgoICAOE MORE 

HMO PACT INCLUDES MEOICARE RECIPIENTS 

VOLUNTEERS WILL ADVISE ELDERLY A30UT INSURANCF 

S-' HOSPITALS FILE L»>SUIT ON MEDICARE 

MEOICARE HOTLINE SET UP 

WHERE'S THE PRICE TAG? 

53 N.C. HOSPITALS JOIN MEDICARE SUIT 

OFFICIAL: MEOICARE SUIT WON'T AFFECT CARE COSTS 

MEDICARE REPORT MAKES SENSE 

DOCTORS SPLIT ON MEDICARE-FEE IMPACT 

DURHAM'S NURSING HOMj SHORTAGE NOT TO ENO SOON 

MEDICINE. HISTORY 

SFE ALSO PHYSICIANS. U.S. 
OON'T DISCARD OLD CURES. 



HISTORIAN TELLS SCIENCE 



ME"ICIN£ MEN 

SEE ALSO FOLK MEOICtiJF 

INDIAN MEDICINE MAN URAWS MANY PATIENTS 
MEDICINE MAN HAS FAITH IN ULO REMEDIES 

MEDIC INES 

SFE CHINA. MECICINE 

SFE FOLK MEDIC INE 

SEE PHACfiACEuTICAL COMPANIES 

SFE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

MEDITRANS 

DOCTORS. 



HEALTH INSURERS WARY OF ' SURGE" Y -I N-EUROPE ' CLAIMS 



MEPSTAFF INC. 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. DURHAM 
SFE ALSO TEMPORARY PHYSICIANS 

SOME DOCTORS TAKING JOBS AS TFMPQRARY PHYSICIANS 

MEFKINS MAOIVA (KERR LAKEI 

dEACH BARRICADED TO VISITORS AT FORMER "ARINi 

MEGATESI CORPGRATIPN 

CALIF. FIRM JOINS MICROELECTRONICS CENTER AS AFFILIATE 

MELLO YELLO CLASSIC 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR PACING 

FANFARE: ORANGE COUNTY PACING 

MEMORIAL DAY 

SEE ALSO WAR MEMORIALS 

ALSTON TU S'bAK MEMORIAL DAY 

ROAD REMAINS SHUT WHERE TRAIN DERAILED 

OXFORD ORPHANAGE DIRECTOR TO SPEAK 

MOTOR CLUB PREDICTS 21 DEATHS ON ROADS 

BAILtY WILL SPEAK AT memorial SERVICE 

LEGION. VF,« PLAN MEMORIAL DAY SFRVICE 

N.C. GAS PRICES STABILIZING A^ MEMORIAL DAY NEARS 

HOLIDAY TO CLOSE BANKS AND OF'^ICES 

TROOPERS TO BE WATCHING ROADS TO VACATION SPOTS 

THOUSANDS GETTING AWAY FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND 

N.C. COAST OFFERS WIDE CHOICE OF BEACHES 

SILENCE ON MEMORIAL DAY 



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3/03/''6 


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12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



Part 619 
1/IJ6/07 



IS "EMORUL D»Y YANKEE HOLIOAV? 

CITY Mt"OPI»L DAY SALES BRISK 

PATROL: CRUNCH LOOMS FOR MULnAV TRAVELERS 

BOY ON PIKE. TRACTOR DRIVER A'GNG 17 RU»0 VICTI"; 

TAR HEELS HONOR VFTS IN SEHVKES v iv. i . i 

LF&ION'S MEMORIAL CEREMONY SET FRIDAY 

AMONG FRIENDS 

REMEMBER ING 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SEE N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

"&A5iiSgRrpSr[jSfTfX3gis'-iS"i[iij!icr°"""'-'' '^'""""^ ™"""^ °'= "-'""^^ 

MEMORY 

TALK SCHEDULED ON MEMORY LOSS 
REMEMBERING THE WAY WE WERE 
KEEP GOOD NOTESi DON'T LOSE THEM 
RESEARCH MAY HOLD KEY 10 MEMORY BOOSTERS 

MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE 

WHY DURHAM COULDN'T SAVE THAI tl MILLION ON PARKING GARAG^ 



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^i-59 'LAHANCE/CASMELL COUNTIES MENTAL HEALTH AGENCY 

ALSO ANGER 

ALSO CHILD PSYCHIATRY 

ALSO CHILDREN. EMOTIONALLY 3I':TUR8E0 

ALSO CHRISTMAS. N.C, DEPRESSION 

ALSO CHRISTMAS. U.S.. DEPRESSION 

ALSO DURHAM COMMUNITY GUIDANCE CLINK 

ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH AS5DCIATIUN 

ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD 

ALSO DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

ALSO EMOLOYFE ASSISTANCE PRTGRAM 

ALSO GREEN HOUSE (RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT HOME FOR GIRLS 

ALSO HEALTH 

ALSO INSANITY PLEAS 

ALSO MgMTAL ILLNESS 

ALSO NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 

ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

ALSO N.C. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

ALSO N.C. MENTAL HEALTH COMMISSION 

ALSO GHANGE/PEkSON/CHATHAM MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

ALSO PEER COUNSELORS 

ALSO PHOBIAS 

ALSO PSYCHIATRY 

MINARS FOCUS ON MANAGING STRESS 

if^Ji^n ??'' "^'SRIAGE AFFECTS MENTAL HEALTH 

U GIVES LESSON ON AGING, MENTAL HEALTH 

USES IN COUNSELING 

NY IN CRISI<: TURN TO FRIENDS 



MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 
SEE N.C. MgNTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 

MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL HEALTH SYSTEMS AGENCY 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS 

SEE ALSO CKANVILLE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CfnTER 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO JERRY HEORICK MENIAL HFALTH CLINIC 

SEE ALSO "ENTAL HEALTH HOSPITAL') 

Hi '!-5C ORANGE/PERSON/CHATHAM MENTAL HFALTH CENTER 

SEE ALSO RURAL HEALTH CLINICS. N.C. 

GRANVILLE COUNTY GETTING TWO NEW INDUSTRIES 

OXFORD MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC'S NEED FOR SPACE CALLED CRISIS 

MENTAL HEALTH GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

GOLF BENEFITS MENTAL HEALTH 

MENIAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

SFE ALSO COMMITMENT HEARINGS 

SFE ALSO COMPETENCY HEARINGS 

SEE ALSO DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION 

SEE ALSO HIGHLAND HOSPITAL (ASH?VILLE. N.C.I 

SEE ALSO MENUL HFALTH CENTERS. N.C. 

■REVOLVING DOOR' MENTAL CARE: QIIEST FOR ANSWERS 

I'n iZrtrf^J'-'^" POLICY CALLED 'MAJOR FAILURE' 

YOUNGSTERS' RIGHTS SUBJECT np DFBATF 

f.'JSVI" HOSPITAL DIRECTOR SAYS FIRING WAS POLITICAL 

VIOLENCE GROWS IN STATE'S FOU-I MENTAL HOSPITALS 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL PROOUCES MIRACLES 

DISCHARGED MENTAL PATIENTS CAUSING CONCERN 

RMiIi^S.,5''^„^JSASTER WAITS AT STATE MENTAL HOSPITALS 

3UESTI0NS ARISE OVER SAFETY AT MENTAL HOSPITALS 

MENTAL INSTITUTIONS CRYING FOR ATTENTION 

PATIENTS SHIFTED TO EASF CROWDING AT DI X HOSPITAL 

HOSPITAL CLOSING PROTESTED 

MORE SERVICES NEEDED FOR MENTALLY ILL 

CHERRY HOSPITAL OVERCROWDED 



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MENHADEN 

SEE ALSO FISH 

DEADLY DISEASE HITS MENHADEN IN PAMLICO RIVER 

MENNONITE CHURCH IN DURHAM 

COUPLE NAMED PASTORS OF DURHAM MENN0NITE3 

MENOPAUSF 

SEE ALSO ESTROGEN 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, HEALTH CARE 

ESTROGEN THERAPY CREATES FRUSTRATION, CONTROVERSY 
DUKE noCTORS USING NEW ESTROGEN PATCH »-'>5' 

MEN'S Fashion association 
SEE ALSO FASHION Shows 
all-american spring 

FASHION expert likes BASICS 

bold is better 

new ties in "tune" with today 

?S^IST?V^ggE'lr?ipo°R"f?N°??-rroSR7^V??i'^ ""^ "^"^^ "•'' °' ^^^^"" 
FOR FASHION. HE GOES BY WEATHER 

MENTAL COMMITMENT HEARINGS 
SEE COMMITMENT HEARINGS 



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ONLY N.C. HONORS DOROTHEA OIX'S WORK FOB "ENTALLY ILL S ? 12/u1/'?o A I =^ F 

MENTAL HF4LTH HOSPITALSt ABUSES 

SEE ALSO NURSING HOMES. N.C.. ASSAULTS 

DOCTORS" COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE VIOLENCE IN PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS H 2 9/06/S6 A 5 N 

DU HOSPITAL STUFF DEVUTED, SCAREn A^OUT SAFETY H 2 9/0B/n6 BIN 

DIX HOSP. PLANNING JARO CHANGES TO ISOLATE POTENTIALLY VIOLENT PATIENTS H ? 9/36/06 A 12 N 

APE PATIENTS ONLY ONES WITH RIGHTS? H 2 I0/n/H6 A A L 

PSYCHOLOGIST AT bPOUGHTON INDICTEO ON SEX CHARGES H 2 ID/3l/''6 A 15 N 

N.C. HOSPITALS FOR MENTALLY ILL CAUSING ALARM H 2 11/09/B6 C 7 N 

CONOITIONS AT MENTAL HOSPITALS 4RF GETTING HORSE, PANEL TOLO S 2 II/U/P6 A 1 N 

MENTAL HOSPITALS 

SFE HFNTAL HEALTH HOSPITALS 

MENTAL ILLNESS 

SFE ALSO ANTI-DEPRESSANTS 

SEE ALSO AUTISM 

SFE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIONAL STATFI 

SEE ALSO HELPLINE ITELEPHONE COUNSELING AMD REFERRAL SEPVICFI 

SEE ALSO INSANITY 

SFE ALSO MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALLIANCE FOR THF "ENTALLY ILL 

SEE ALSO NOVA PROGRAM (KINSTON, N.C.I 

SEE ALSO OkANGE/CHATHAM/PERSUN ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 

SEE ALSO PSYCHOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO "EACH (REASSURANCE FOR EACHI 

SEE ALSO ROWAN ADVOCATES FUR THE MENTALLY ILL 

SEE ALSO SCHIZOPHRENIA 

SFE ALSO STRESS 

SEE ALSO THOMAS S PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO THE TriPESHOLO (MENTAL HEALTH FACILITYI 

BIAS IN BENEFITS W ? 1/08/96 A 4 E 

COUPLE'S DAUGHTER NOW BACK AT HO.^F S 2 1/03/96 A = N 

•EVE' CHAMPIONS FIGHT AGAINST MENTAL ILLNESS S 2 l/03/»6 U I » N S27 

NEW LAK COULD PUSH STATE TO AID MENTALLY RETARDED MAN H 2 1/09/96 A 17 N 

CRITICS RAP HAY MENTALLY ILL TREATED S 2 l/l<./96 C 2 N 

MENTAL HEALTH GROUP WANTS STATE POLICY CHANGE S 2 1/15/96 C 16 J 

COLUMNIST: MENTALLY ILL DESERVE BETTER TREATMENT 5 2 1/22/96 C A u 

HAN WHO SAYS MEDIA SPIES ON HIM GETS 90 YEARS FOR MUROEP " 2 1/26/96 f 7 N 

YARBUROUGH TO BF TESTED S 2 1/29/96 C I N 

seclusion: when IS IT THE TREATMENT OF CHOICE' H 2 2/J<./9o 6 1 " F ^30 

'REVOLVING DOOR' MENTAL CARE: QUEST FOR ANSWERS H 2 2/10/96 A 9 N 

MENTAL HEALTH POLICY CALL'=D '"AJO" FAILURE' H 7 3/17/86 B ! N 

MOST STATES WOEFULLY WEAK IN CAPE OF SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL. GROUP SAYS H 2 3/19/96 C 5 N 

COUNTY MUST PAY FOR GIRL'S C A^ E : JUOGE ORDERS J 72 .OOO-A-YE AR TREATMENT.. H 2 3/21/96 A 1 N S82 

CARE OF MENTALLY ILL PEOPLE NEEDS BALANCE H 2 3/21/96 A A F 

MENTALLY ILL Ni E D SERVICES H 2 3/27/96 A 4 L 

PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF INCO"PFTENT PEOPLE H 2 '•/2?/n6 B 1 N 93n 

THACKCR AIOS MENTALLY ILL AT OUPHAM HALFWAY HOUSE S 2 5/09/86 5 I P F G59 

CLUB HELPS PE"PLE WITH MENIAL ILLNESS COPE WITH LIFE H 2 5/IA/P6 C 1 N '>31 

'I AM ALONE AND FRIGHTENED' H 2 5/l<./96 C 3 F 

N.C. MENTAL CARE PULING UPHELO S 2 5/19/86 A 1 N 

COURT BACKS MENTAL CARE CASE RULING H 2 5/20/86 B 3 N 

MARTIN BUDGET WOULD CUT J2.3 m ; L L I ON. . . FOR PROGRAMS FOR MENTALLY ILL S 2 5/29/96 C 6 N 

MARTIN'S BUDGET CUTS REQUEST ON PROGRAMS FOP METALLY ILL H 2 5/31/86 A I <■ N 

DISCHARGED MENIAL PATIENTS CAUSING CONCERN H 2 9/09/86 B I N C 60 

TRIAL WITNESSES OUOTE MURDER DEFENDANT: 'PEOPLE OUT TO GET ME' H 3 B/09/"6 6 1 N W27 

CRITICS SAY DISASTER WAITS AT STATE MENTAL HOSPITALS H 2 8/11/96 B 1 N 

QUESTIONS ARISE OVER SAFETY AT MENTAL HOSPITALS S 2 3/12/96 C 3 N 

MENTAL INSTITUTIONS CRYING FO' ATTENTION S 2 8/13/96 A 4 E 

MORE SERVICES NEEDED FOR MENTALLY ILL S 1 8/27/86 A 17 N 

SHIFT IN MENTAL CARC BURDENS N.C. PRISONS S I 8/23/96 A 5 N 

YOUTHS 'AGING OUT' OF WILLIE M PROGRAM WORRY LEADERS S 2 9/23/96 C 3 1 

FROM '3 FACES' TO ENERGY OF THREE PEOPLE H 2 10/05/96 C 3 P N 

KILLER SET FREE AFTER DOCTORS SAY HE'S NOW SANE H 2 11/21/96 B 1 'I W27 

'PAMBO' FREEO FROM MENTAL HOSPITAL 2 MONTHS AGO H 2 11/30/96 C 1 N 

PRECISION REQUIRED IN MENTAL 0IAGN05ES S 2 12/03/9O A A E 

ONLY N.C. HONORS DOROTHEA OtX'S WORK FOP MENTALLY ILL S 2 12/03/86 A 15 E 

BREAKING TH": CYCLF: DECENT PLACES TO LIVE FUEL HOPES. ..OF MENTALLY ILL S ? 12/06/96 BIN "Oh 

FORUM IS TONIGHT ON FINDING HOUSING FOR MENTALLY ILL S 2 12/09/P6 A 7 N 

NFH GLAXO COMPOUND MAY BE USED TO TREAT SOME MENTAL OISOROERS H 2 12/20/96 C 6 N 

TIME MAY MOT HEAL WOUNDS OF HEAVY COMBAT--S TUDY H 2 12/26/96 B ■= N OaO 

MENTAL PATIENTS RIGHTS ,. , ,,,,,.^ „ , ., „,„ 

PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF INCOMPETENT PEOPLE H 2 4/22/86 B I N 130 

N.C. MENTAL CARE PULING UPHELO S 2 5/19/86 A I N 

COUFT BACKS MENTAL CARE CASE RULING H 2 5/20/86 B 3 N 

VIOLENCE GROWS IN STATE'S FOU^ MENTAL HOSPITALS H 2 6/30/96 B 3 I 

ARE PATIENTS ONLY ONES WITH RIGHTS? H 2 10/10/86 A 4 L 

PARENTS OF MURDOCH RESIDENTS FILE SUIT SEEKING IMPROVEMENTS H 2 11/26/96 C 1 N S 80 

MENIALLY ILL 

SEE MENTAL HEALTH 
SEE MENTAL ILLNESS 

MENTALLY RETARDED 
SEE ALSO AUTISM 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO COMPETENCY HEARINGS 
SEE ALSO DOWN'S SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION CENTER 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CIIY SCHOOLS. R= TARDEO AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOP RETARDED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS. KFTARDEP AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM EXCHANGE CLUB S-IELTEREO WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR R':TAROEO CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO ORANGE I'lDUSTRIES (Oil IN HILLSBOROUGH 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ASSOCIATION FQR RETARDED CITIZENS 
SEE ALSO SHELTERED WURKSHOP 
SEE ALSO SPECIAL OLYMPICS 
SEE ALSO THOMAS S PROGRAM - - 

REAL LIFE: MENTALLY HANOICAPPFQ BECOMF HAPPILY EMPLYEO 

SPECIAL STUDENT CARE LACKING 

MORE PARENTS ARE KEEPING OISARLFO CHILDREN AT HOME 

PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF INCOMPETENT PEOPLE 

LOCAL SERVICES FUR RETARDED IS FORUM TOPIC 

PARENTS OF HANDICAPPED FILE COMPLAINTS AGAINST CASWELL SCHUOLS 

COUPLE VALUES INDEPENDENT LIVING 

MEMORIAL GETS BACKING FOR SANFQRD KIDNEY CENTER 

SUMMER CAMP TAKES DISABLED CHILDREN ALONG ROADS THEY'VE NEVER TRAVELED 

WOMAN WHO BURNED SON GETS 2 LIFE SENTENCES 

CLASSES FOR MENTALLY RETARDED NEED CHANGE 

AUTISTIC-TEEN PARENTS WANT PROGRAM MQVED 

ROXBORO BOARDING HOUSE. GROUP HOMES GIVE DEGREE OF NEEDED INDEPENDENCE 

EACH RESIDENT IS DIFFERENT AN^ AN INDIVIDUAL 

AMERICA HONORS RETARDED DURHA-4 ACADEMY WORKER WITH 'BILL SACKTER' AWARD 

DURHAM ACADEMY TO HONOR CUST03IAN 

DURHAM MAN WINS NATIONAL AWARD 

PARENTS OF MyRDOCH RESIDENTS ■= I L E SUIT SEEKING IMPROVEMENTS 

THANK YOU. SARAH HOGAN 

JURORS CUNSIOFRING SUIT AGAINST OUKE PY PARENTS OF RETARDED GIRL 

MEPHISTO (FUHI 

A FINE 'REDL' SURVIVES 'MEPHI-.TO' COMPARISONS 



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MEPCE CUNNINGHAM DANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
•NATIVE GREEN- 
FESTIVAL PUTS BEST FOOT FORHAiiO WITH CUNNINGHAM 
THAT'S DANCING 

••EBCFNARIES 

SEE SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE 

"EOCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MERCK C CO. tRAHWAY, NEW JERSEY) 

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT AT NCCU RECEIVES GRANT 

MERCURY 

REPORT: LAKE TO REMAIN TAINTE[1 

LAB DESTROYS A Ins-CONT AMINATED BLOOD FOUND IN TESTS 

FIRM ORDERED TO SUPPORT WOMAN POISONED ON JOB 

MEPCY KILLING 

SEE EUTHANASIA 
SEE LIVING WILL 
SEE RIGHT-TO-OIE 

MEREDITH COLLEGE 

MEREDITH COLLEGE GIVES F ALL- S? ME S TER DEAN'S LIST 

S2Si ','lf,E?Ff,J!=""'^*^ AGAINST ALLOWING MEN IN GRADUATE PROGRAM 

MEREUITH TRUSTEES DELAY VOTE ON ADMITTING MEN 

CLOTH. STITCHES MAKE HIGH ART 

MEREDITH WILL KEEP WOMEN-ONLY STATUS 

CARTER ON FALWELL: MN a VERY CHRISTIAN WAY, ...HE CAN GO TO HELL- 

FALWELL SAYS CARTER RAN MOUTH BEFORE MIND WAS IN GEAK 

PEACE-BALLOON LAUNCH SET AT MFREOITH COLLEGE 

MEREDITH COLLEGE. GRADUATION 

TRIANGLE STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM MEREDITH 

MEREDITH COLLEGE. SPEAKERS 

CARTER TO SPEAK AT MEREDITH COLLEGE 

MEREDITH COLLEGE. STUDENTS 

MEREDITH ANNOUNCES DEAN'S LIST STUDENTS 

DURHAM STUDENT INDUCTED INTO NATIONAL HONOR GROUP 

MEREDITH GUEST HOUSE 

IF ALL HOTELS PLANNED FOR DURHAM AR^^A ARE BUILT 

MEREDITH GUEST HOUSE HAS GRANT OPENING 

MEREDITH GUEST HOUSE OPENING 

CONSUMER SPENDING AT CHRISTMAS MAY RISE ONLY <,- 5t 

MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM. PROPERTY SALFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/CUUNTY GOVERNMENT MERGER 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY/COUNTY SCHOOLS. MERGFR 

SEE ALSO FIRST WACHOVIA CORPORATION 

III thl? °^lHi^h',T.l:.V,^2ili'"""' HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS. MERGER 

FIRM TO BUY LEXINGTON FURNITURE PLANT 

^nJSI''^?'', I!^° ALAMANCE HOSPITALS TO BE OFFICIALLY COMPLETED MARCH 

AOAMS-MILLIS MAKES OFFER ON NJ W YORK HOSIERY FIRM 

GROUPS TO STUDY PLANS. TAX MERGER 

INSURANCE FIRM TESTING ALLIANCE WITH BANK 

ANALYSTS SEE PIEDMONT-DELTA MFRGER FOR SURVIVAL 

FIRST FEDERAL DIRECTORS OK SALE TO RALEIGH COMPANY 

SCHOOL MERGER REMAINS POLITICALLY EXPLOSIVE ISSUE 

FIRST UNION TO CLOSE 2 BRANCHES 

NCNB TO BUY BALTIMORE BANK 

ADAMS-MILLIS BUYS MARCO HOSIERY 

SPECULATION ON BURROUGHS OFFES BOOSTS SPERRY STOCK 

CADBURY SCHWEPPES NEGOTIATING FOR RJR SODA SALE 

CCB MOVES TO EXPAND INTO BANKING IN CHARLOTfE 

PIEDMONT TAKES ANTI-TAKEOVER STEPS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

RAILROAD PROBF WON'T AFFECT MFRGER 

CITY AGAIN PONDERS MERGER WITH COUNTY 

ROXBQRO, PERSON OFFICIALS TOLT MERGER HARn TO SELL 

DURHAM COUNTY, CITY MERGERS OLD ISSUE 

RESULTS ARE MIXED IN MERGER EFFORTS 

2c?,EtIL ^5'-'* T*" MERGERS. NO N.C. CITY. COUNTY HAVE COHdINfD SO FAR 

HENREOON FURNITURE SALE ENDS ERA IN MORGANTON 

CCB APPROVES BANK BUY 

BLUE BELL MAY BE SOLO 

RJR NABISCO TO SELL KY. FRIED CHICKEN TO PEPSI 

DEBTS FORCE N.C. COMPANY TO SELL OUT 

N.C. COMPANY ENJOYS WAVE OF MERGERS 

N.C. SMALL 'BUSINESSES' PROFITS JUMP 

STEPMAN STOCK SALE AGREEMENT REACHED 

VILLAGE COMPANIES TO BUY 'LEAHER' 

OEREGULAI ION. MERGERS ADDING VOLATILITY TO UTILITY STOCKS 

VA. FIRM BUYS WELLONS VILLAGE 

GRANOMET FINDS BUYER FOR LtH 

DURHAM LAW FIRM TO MERGE INTO ONE OF LARGEST IN STATE 

LARGEST DURHAM, CHARLOTTE LAW FIRMS PLAN TO MERGE 

BROWNING FERRIS BUYS TRASH SE'VICE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

UNC study: mergers BENEFICIAL FOR ALL SIDES 

TAKEOVERS BENEFIT SHARtHOLDER? OF BOTH COMP ANF I S--UNC STUDY 

FARM FRESH, OPEN AIR MARKETS APPROVE MERGER 

HISTORICALLY, MERGERS HAVE NOT LIVED UP TO THEIR EXPECTATIONS 

NEW YORK INVESTOR BUYS LCM 

LtM WORKERS REACT POSITIVELY TO DEAL 

GULLfcY SURPRISED AT SALE 

LE.M IN DECLINE SINCE 1913 

INSURANCE COMPANY SOLD 

FIRST UNION PURCHASES FLA. COMMERCIAL BANK 

FIELDCREST TO BUY BI GELOW- SANF ORD 

AGREEMENT WITH WICKES BOOSTS COLLINS C AIKHAN STOCK 

MANUFACTURING GIANT BIDS FOR LANE 

BLUE BELL NOW ON VF CORP.'S PAYROLL 

NORTH CAROLINA BUSINESSMEN FEAR EFFECTS OF 

NCNB AGREES TO BUY BRITISH STOCK BROKERAGE 

CARBIDE MAY SELL UNIT OPERATING RTP PLANT 

STORY RAISES SOME TEMPERS AT NCNB 

l2yl^,'L'*.','^li,t!9k°'y<' COMPANIES EXPECTED TO CONTINUE EXPANDING 

REYNULDS-HABI5C0 MERGER HAY CHANGE FOCUS 

MERIDIAN BUSINESS CAMPUS 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 
HOTEL SOUGHT ON MERIDIAN CAMPUS 

S'^S'^flyi'^ CENTER MAY BE KEY TO ATTRACTING HOTEL 
MARRIOTT HOTEL PROPOSAL PASSES PLANNING BOARD 
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H 2 


9/21/86 


D 


11 


N 




H 2 


9/27/86 


A 


n 


N 




H 2 


10/26/86 


D 


13 


N 




S 2 


10/28/86 


A 


1 


N 


X47 


S 2 


0/28/86 


A 


1 


r M 


965 


S 2 


Q/2B/86 


A 


1 


N 


H7C 


S 2 


0/29/86 


A 


1 


H 


HO-" 


S 2 


0/29/86 


A 


9 


N 




S 7 


0/29/86 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


11/09/86 


c 


16 


N 




H I 


11/11/86 


c 


I 


N 




H 2 


11/19/86 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


11/19/86 


A 


15 


N 




S 2 


1 2/01/86 


c 


4 


N 




H 2 


12/07/86 


c 


6 


N 




S 2 


12/17/96 


A 


1 


^l 


W82 


H 2 


12/20/66 


c 


3 


N 




H 7 


12/26/06 


B 


4 


N 




S 2 


12/30/66 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


1/09/86 


A 


1 


N 


^8? 


S 2 


1/19/66 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


3/05/86 


6 


1 


N 


W36 


S 2 


3/05/86 


C 


1 


N 


M06 



«ONTHLT/iN 



■<U4L INQe» 

1/01/66 - 12/31/R6 



SU3JECTS 



I/O"/"!? 



PLANNING BOARD FACES LONG AGE^IDA 

OFFICE SPACE CO"PETITIOM KEEPS LEASING FEES LEVEL 

100 TO BE HIRED FOR PICKETT HOTEL 

WORK UNDER WAY ON PARK-AREA HTTEL 

PICKETT HHTEL 

INVESTMENT-3ANKING FIRM SELECTS OFFICE SITE , , ^^ 

RETAIL STORE LOSSES FROH EHPL3YEE THEFT ESTIMATED AT 17,125 A MINUTE 

MERIDIAN PARK 

SEE MERIDIAN BUSINESS CAMPUS 

MERRICK-MOORE SCHOOL 

ELEMENTARY MUSICAL 
TALENT IN DURHAM 

MESSIAH 

•MESSIAH* TICKETS AVAILABLE IN NOV. 
TICKETS TO 'MESSIAH" GO ON SALE SATURDAY 
TICKETS TO 'MESSIAH' MAY 3E ORDERED NOW 

MESTER'S TV (BROOKLYN. N.Y.I 

COLORADO FIRM TO CARRY SATELLITE STATIUNS IN TRIANGLE 
MICROWAVE TV STATION PLANNED 

METAL SPINE PROSTHETIC DEVICES 
SEE PROSTHETIC DEVICES 

METALS 

SEE GOLD 

METEOROLOGY , , ^„ 

DUKE METEOROLOGIST TO TEACH cr'URSE ON WEATHER 

"ETEORS 

SEE ALSO ASTRONOMY 
SEE ALSO PERSEIDS 

METEOR SHOWER MAY BE SEEN IN N.C. TONIGHT 

METER MAID 

CIVILIAN TICKETS PARKING OFFPJOERS 

METHANOL 

SEE ALSO GaSOHOL 

TRAIN OERAILa; I KILLED 

METHODIST COLLEGE 

2 FROM DURHAM MAKE DEAN'S LIST 

METHODIST COLLEGE TO GET FIRST BUILDING IN 25 YEARS 

METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO ORPHANAGES 

METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME OFFICE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS 

METHODIST RETIREMENT HOME CO''PLE» 

3R0 GRADERS SURPRISED OLD PEOPLE CAN 9E FUN 
NEW DIRECTOR NAMED FOR RETIREMENT HOMES 

"^ SEE ALSO CUKE MEMORIAL UNITED METHOOIST CHuRCh 
SEE ALSO DURHAM METHODIST MISSION SOCIETY 
SFE ALSO MT. PLEASANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
SEE ALSO N.C. UNITED "ETHOOIST CONFEkENCE 
SEE ALSO ORANGE UNITED METHODIST CHIiRCH 
SEE ALSC TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHJOCH 
SEE ALSC UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL WESLEY FOUNDATION 

VARIETY OF TECH'llOUES HELP CHURCHES GAIN NEW MgMBERS 

WHEN PLURAL. GIVE 'EH CREDIT 

BISHOPS' NUCLEAR STANCE LIKELY TO RILE 

BISHOPS' LETTER CALLED 'MORALLY WRONG' 

BISHOPS 'WAY OFF COURSE' 

CHURCH SHOULD LISTEN AND PRAY 

INSIDE 

BACKWARD Christian censors 

1.6D0 METHODISTS WILL OPEN A-OAY MEETING AT DUKE MONDAY 

METHODISTS ARE RETURNING TO UUKE 

METHODISTS AtiD DUKE MOLD OVERDUE REUNION 

MFTHODISM, DUKE AND DURHAM 

'ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS' HAS METHODISTS "iATTLING 

METHODISTS OPEN SESSION 

METHODISTS ORDAIN 26 ELDERS 

METHODISTS OPEN MEETING: OUK E REAFFIRMS CONNECTION 

METHODISTS CALL FOR TEST BAN 

THE CONCILIATORY TONE , „, ,^. 

'IN DEFENSE OF CREATION: THE lUCLEAR CRISIS AND A JUST PEACE" 

METHODISTS 'JRGE END TO U.S. NUCLEAR TESTING _ ^,, , ^__ 

METHODIST BISHOPS: NUCLEAR JR-S OFFEND GOO. SO REJECT Them 

METHODISTS AT DUKE ASK NUCLEA3 ARMS CUT 

N.C. CONFERENCE ANNOUNCES NEW PASTORAL APPOINTMENTS 

METHODISTS BACK ACTIONS ON SH=ARON HARRIS 

NEARLY 180 •'EThODIS'' ministers RECEIV= new APPOINTMENTS 

rANCEYVlLLE MAN WINS LAY AWARD 

WESTERN METHODISTS OPPOSE GAMOLING. PORNOGRAPHY. KLAN 

MFTMODISTS pack ANTI-HARRIS ACTIONS 

onward, christian voters (cartooni 

onward, christian peace-lovers 

grateful to bishops, paper 

hypocrisy in divestiture 

wars till kingdom comes 

blessed be our faithful dogs 

methodists are organizing new church in south durham 

a timely severance 

letter aimed at 'nuclear numbness' 

"^ " studies indicate 9h0pal survivors face lung problems 
scientists denied tests infor''ation 
lessons from shopal tragedy may save lives 
scientists seek india's help in bho^al research 
u.s. scientists want data on oeauly gas leak 
union carbide plans to sell rtp agricultural division 

"""'tanker^spillI solvent: geer st. area evacuated „ „ 

TANKER SPILL NEAR CEER ST. CLEARS AREA: NO ONE INJURED DURING MISHAP 

METHYLENE CHLORIDE ON HAZARDOUS LIST 

TANKER REMOVED; 24 RETURN HOME 

OFFICIALS LAUD EVACUATION REACTION 

OFFICIALS DID GOOD JOB WITH CHEMICAL SPILL 

SPILL HANDLED EXPERTLY 

CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICAL CATCHFS FDA It BIND 

METRIC SYSTEM 

THE SLOW CONVERSION 

METRHLINA INC. 

SEE ALSO ENERGY INFORMATION IN BRAILLE 



DATE 

5/36/B6 
d/lO/96 
<J/12/?6 
9/12/56 
<(/21/86 
1C/11/I?6 
I0/12/B6 



S I Y 

E L Y 

C PG L •> "YL 

N "06 
P N r60 



S 2 2/21/86 A 7 0S T37 
H 2 3/12/R6 A 4 L 



H 2 10/26/P6 C 10 
S 2 10/30/16 D 4 
S 2 11/07/86 C "i 



H 2 <./22/P6 6 4 N L4l 

S 2 4/22/B6 C 1 N W82 



HI 4/17/86 B 1 N 

H 2 10/08/86 B "= N USD 

H 3 10/23/86 B- 1 P N HlC 

H 2 11/01/86 C 1 N 



S 2 4/23/86 L 2 N 
H 2 10/14/86 C 12 N 



H 2 l/2';/»6 A 



H 2 5/22/P6 e I N P38 
S 2 6/02/86 C ? P N 



H 2 


1/06/86 




IC 


1 




H 2 


1/23/86 




4 


F 




H 2 


5/03/86 




6 


N 


A20 


H 2 


5/07/86 




4 


L 




H 2 


5/08/96 




4 


L 




H 2 


5/15/86 




4 


L 




S 2 


5/24/86 




3 


U 


TJD 


H 2 


5/2S/B6 




4 


E 




H 2 


5/31/86 




7 


P N 




H 2 


6/02/86 




1 


N 




H 2 


6/02/86 




4 


E 




H 2 


6/02/86 




5 


P J 




H 2 


6/02/86 




3 


N 




S 2 


6/U2/86 




I 


N 




H 2 


6/03/86 




I 


P N 


A 54 


S 2 


6/03/86 




I 


P N 


385 


H 2 


6/CI4/B6 




I 


N 


i54 


H 2 


6/04/P6 




4 


c 




H 2 


6/04/86 




5 


J 




S 2 


6/J4/86 




1 


•1 


8B5 


H 2 


6/05/O6 






1 


A 54 


S 2 


5/05/B6 




I 


o N 


■<a5 


5 2 


6/05/86 




10 


»I 




H 2 


6/06/86 




1 


N 


A 54 


H 2 


6/05/86 




6 


N 




H 2 


6/06/P6 




^ 


N 




H 1 


6/06/''6 






N 




S 2 


6/06/86 




1 


N 




H 2 


6/n/86 




A 


T T 


C5C 


H 2 


6/12/86 




4 


L 




H 2 


6/13/»6 




4 


L 




H 2 


6/15/36 




4 


~ 




H 2 


6/18/86 




4 


L 




H 2 


a/0<>/86 




7 


P N 


S2C 


H 2 


9/20/86 




7 


N 




H 2 


U/l"'/''6 




4 


E 




S 2 


12/06/86 




6 


'• 




H 2 


3/03/86 


A 


1 


N 


-57 


H 2 


3/13/«'6 


B 


1 


N 


M97 


H 2 


3/13/86 


3 


I 


N 


•'97 


H 2 


3/14/P6 


B 


1 


N 


M97 


S 2 


3/14/86 


C 


1 


H 


W82 


S 2 


7/22/86 


A 


1 


N 


= 85 


S 2 


5/21/86 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/22/°6 


& 


1 


P N 


A54 


H 2 


5/22/86 


A 


I 


M N 


C60 


S 2 


5/22/86 


A 


1 


P N 


Tas 


H 2 


5/23/86 


B 


1 


N 


A 54 


S 2 


5/23/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/27/86 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


8/06/86 


A 


18 


U 




H 2 


1/01/86 


A 


4 


E 





'b'iO- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY SUBJECTS PACi- (,.'3 

1/01/86 - 12/3I/R6 1/00/P7 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P n HATE C ^'J L " "YL 

DUKE POWER TO OFFER BRAILLE ELECTRIC BILLS S ? l/JT/et. A 1 N wa' 

DUKE POWER SERVICE FOR FLIND: BILLS IN RRAILLE H 2 l/ln/lt A 3 ri ■'97 

"ETROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

GRANTS ARE AVAILABLE F0° COMMJNITY PROJECTS H ? 3/07/P6 AH N 

TAR HEELS LIVING LONGER, STUDY SHOWS H 2 li/05/St A 1 N 

LONGER LIVES WON'T BRING LOWER INSURANCE RATES S I ll/OR/?! AT N W8? 

METROPHLIIAN MUSEUM OF ART 
SFE ALSO NEW YO»K 

MET SHOW A FRESH REVIEW OF OLD VAN GOGH TALE H 2 IZ/O-i/^b <. R '.68 

METROPOLITAN OPERA 
SEE ALSO OPERA 

OPERA STAR TO BE HONORED H 2 2/02/16 B II N 

MEXICAN-AMERICANS 

SEE ALSO HISPANICS 

study: BILINGUAL HISPANICS DO BETTER IN SCHOOL H 2 10/21/>'6 B 16 M 

MEXICAN FOOD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

DISPELLING THE MYTHS ABOUT MEXICAN FOOD H 2 5/15/P6 C 1 P F C 80 

MEXICO 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 

UNIQUE TRAVEL OFFER LEADS TO FBI OFFICE H 2 6/15/n6 C e N 

MEXICANS ADMIT CORRUPTION PROBLEM S 2 S/lR/n6 A <. II 

A TOUCH OF MEXICO S 2 12/17/86 A IP P P S7S 

MEXICO. DRUGS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

NEW HEAPING ON MEXICO PLANNED H 2 6/0<)/e6 A 1 P N 

HELMS" REMARKS CLOUD WORK ON DRUG PROBLEM S 2 6/13/B6 A 4 E 

"THOSE MEXICAN FOREIGNERS DOW-1 THERE ARE RAISING STUFF..." ICARTOONI H 2 7/05/n6 A 4 T T 

WHAT IS THE STRONGEST INTERNATIONAL OPUG LAW IN NORTH AMERICA? ICARTOONI H 2 B/22/P6 A ATT lib 

MEXICO. ECONOMY 

A NATION OF PESSIMISM H 2 12/02/86 A <. E 

MEXICO. ELECTIONS 

HELMS CALLS MEXICAN VOTE FRAUD S 2 6/17/86 A 1 P N 

HELMS CHARGES MEXICAN ELECTION FRAUD H 2 6/18/B6 A 12 P N 

THE HELMS VENOETTA AGAINST MEXICO ILL-SERVES OUR DELICATE RELATIONSHIP H 2 6/24/96 A S P J 

PHOOEY TO GOOD NEIGHBORS H 2 7/04/66 A 4 F 

PLACE BALLOTS HERE ICARTOONI H 2 7/14/06 A 4 T T P56 

MEXICO CITY 

WEEP FOR THE MEXICANS H 2 1/07/86 A 4 = 

COMPLACENCY PERILOUS AS MEGA CITIES MULTIPLY H 7 5/10/86 A 4 E 

MEXICO/U.S. RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN RELATIONS 

NEW HEARING ON MEXICO PLANNED H 2 6/01/86 A 1 P N 

HELMS' REMARKS CLOUD WORK ON DRUG PROBLEM S 2 6/13/B6 A 4 F 

HELMS CALLS MEXICAN VOTE FRAUO S 2 6/17/86 A 1 P N 

HELMS CHARGES MEXICAN ELECTION FRAUD H 2 6/18/86 A 12 P N 

helms: MEXICO DESERVES TO LIVF "FREE OF SOCIALISM' H 2 6/18/S6 A 12 N 

MEXICANS ADMIT CORRUPTION PROBLEM S 2 6/19/66 A 4 u 

THE HELMS VENDETTA AGAINST MEXICO ILL-SERVES OUR DELICATE RELATIONSHIP H 2 6/24/86 A ^ o J 

MEYERSON/ALLEN 

SEE HYERSON/ ALLEN 

MIAMI BLVD. 

DURHAM'S ROAD NEEDS ON AGENDA 

WIDENING WORK ON MIAMI BLVD. TO BEGIN IN MAY 

MIAMI DOLPHINS 

SEE ALSO PRO FOOTBALL 

•SKINS. DOLPHINS TO PLAY BENEFIT GAME AT NCCU 

MIAMI PROJECT 

SEE ALSO PARALYSIS 

STRONG LEGS RAN. ..SO PARALYZED MAY WALK 
BUONICONTI STRIVES TO HELP SON 

MIAMI VICE ITV PROGRAM! 

REALITY. TV DIFFER, SAYS DURHAM VICE 50UAD 

MICE 

SEE ALSO RATS 

WASTE-DUMP MICE SHOWED MORE DAMAGE H 2 10/23/66 B 10 N 

MICHIGAN 

BRRRRRRRRR H ? l/2'7/fl6 A 4 F 

MICHIGAN SENDS HAY FOR ORANGE FARMERS 5 2 8/21/86 A 1 5 ' N 

MICHIGAN. ELECTIONS 

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, AMEN H 2 8/IS/86 A 4 E 

MICHIGAN. SPORTS, For"TBALL 

SEE UNIV. OF MICHIGAN SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

MICHIGAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

SCOTT SKILES' SCOWL PUTS OPPONENTS IN A TRANCE H 2 3/21/B6 C 1 P N C36 

MICRO QUICK lOURHAM HERALD COLUMNI 

HERALD BEGINS NEW MICROWAVE CTLUHN H 2 6/05/86 C 1 P U 

MICRO-SOUTH CORPORATION 

MARYLAND CHAIN BUYS MICRO-SOUTH H 2 4/06/B6 C 12 N 

MICROBES 

SEE ALSO GENETIC ENGINEERING 

MIT SCIENTIST NOTES HAZARDS OF LAB MICROORGANISMS H 2 4/16/86 C 1 N ^3'' 

MICROCHIPS 

SEE ALSO COMPUTER CHIP 

RTP MICROCHIP SALES ON REBOUNO S 2 3/04/R6 A I P N wa? 

MICROCHIP TRUCE STEP TOWARD SANITY H 2 8/08/86 A 4 c 

GOVERNMENTS TOP LIST OF EMPLOYERS IN ORANGE COUNTY H 2 11/13/66 D 6 U L41 

MICROCOMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

DURHAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTE OFFERS MICROCOMPUTER COURSE S 2 1/24/86 A 11 N 

ACCESS TO COMPUTERS NOT EQUAL IN SCHOOLS DESPITE APPROPRIATION H 2 6/11/86 6 7 N U80 

BUSINESS BRIEFING H 7 7/03/86 A 19 P N 

COMPUTER SEMINAP SET S 2 3/04/86 C 10 P N 

MICROCOMPUTER COURSE SLATED H 2 10/31/66 B 5 N 

MICROELECTRONICS CENTER OF N.C. ISTATE RESEARCH FACILITYI 
SEE ALSn ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO JAPAN, ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 

MAGAZINE NAMES WORST ADVERTISEMENTS OF 19B5 H 2 1/16/86 A IB P N 

CALIF. FIRM JOINS MICROELECTRONICS CENTER AS AFFILIATE H 2 2/28/86 b ^ N 



? 

2 


4/10/96 
4/12/86 


A 
C 


1 

1 


>l 

N 




2 


5/04/86 


3 


6 


N 




2 
2 


3/30/66 
5/19/86 


C 
B 


1 P 
1 P 


N 
U 


951 
C52 


2 


2/10/86 


C 


1 


N 


T85 



HONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/36 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PASE b'l, 
1/01/17 



survey: OOHNTOHN WURKFRS want tORi RE S I AU" AMT 5i CLOTHING STORES 

NORTHGATE TO RE>40VATE STORAGE SPACE 

MARTIN NAXES 3 NEW DIRECTORS FOR MICROELECTRONICS CENTER 

MICROELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO JAPAN, ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 

MARTIN HELPS DEDICATE DU PONT CENTER IN PARK 
OU PONT OEOICATES NEW LAB AT SIP 

MICR0SCAPE5 

SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 

BIGGER THAN LIFE: MUSEUM OF LIFE E SCIENCE'S NEWEST EXHIBIT... 

MICROWAVE COCKING 

SEE ALSO COOKING 

HERALD BEGINS NEW MICROWAVE COLUMN 

MICROWAVE LABORATORIES INC. (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

INHIBITORS, CLONING LEAD DRUG INDUSTRY'S SPURT INTO BILLIONS IN BUCKS 

"' " NEW HFAT TREATMENT FOR CANCER AT OUKE CAN IMPROVE RECOVERY 
MICROWAVE TV STATION PLANNED 

Min AMERICA 

VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR TO CLOSE 
RECORD BAR CLOSING SUBSIDIARY 

MID-ATLANTIC CIRCULATION MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION 
TACKNEY TO PRESIDE OVER CONFE'ENCE 
TACKNEY TO PRESIDE OVER GROUP'S MEETING 

Min-ATLANTIC REAL ESTATE CORPORATION 

PA. DEVELOPER ERECTS 3R0 BUILDING 

Min-SOUTH INSURANCE COMPANY 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MIDAZOLAM 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

NEW DRUG MAY REPLACE VALIUM U SURGERY, DUKE DOCTOR SAYS 
SEDATIVE NOW AT OUKE MED CENTER TO BE USED NATIONWIDE IN SURGERY 

MIDDLE EAST 

SEE ALSO ARAB STATES 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO ISRAEL 

SEE ALSO U.S. OEPT. OF STATE 

OUKE PROF: U.S. FOCUS NARROW ON ARABS 

MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 

SEE CHAPEL HILL/CARRBOKO SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 

SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAN 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C MIDDLE SCHOOLS PLAN 

MIDLAND, TEXAS 

SFE ALSO TEXAS 

LASSITER CONSIDERED FOR TEXAS POLICE CHIEF 

POLICE CHIEF A CANDIDATE FOR TEXAS JOB 

LASSITER MAY INTERVIEW IN TEXAS 

TEX. TOWN CUTS FIELD FOR POLICE CHIfF JOB 

TEXAS OFFICIAL: LASSITER TO HAVE INTERVIEW FRIDAY 

DECISION IS PENDING ON NEW POLICE CHIEF 

TEXAS CITY HASN'T DECIDED ON POLICE CHIEF 

TEXAS TOWN DELAYS POLICE CHIEF CHOICE 

TOWN DELAYS CHIEF SELECTION 

LASSITER NOT SELECTED FOR TEXAS POLICE POST 

LASSITER DOESN'T GET JO? IN TEXAS CITY 

MIGRANT WOPKERS 

SEE ALSO FARM WO 
SEE ALSO ILLEGAL 

FARM CREWS' IN 

HEALTH OFFIC lA 

EXTENSION SAYS 

HEALTH OFFICIA 

SHELTER PLANNE 

WORKER SHORTAG 

n MIGRANT WOR 

ONE WORKER KIL 

MIGRANT FARM Wl 

11 MILLION SOU 

FEilER MIGRANT 

N.C. COUNTIES 

DROUGHT HARD P 

MIGRANT WORKER 

MAN SOUGHT IN 

MIGRATION 

SEE BLACKS, U.S. 
SEE POPULATION, 



RKER5 

ALIENS 
SURANCE CANCELED 
LS MAY STOP INSPECTING MIGRANT LABOR CAMPS 

CUTS HALTING TASK FORCE ON MIGRANT LABOR 
LS MAY CONTEST LABOR CAMP INSPECTIONS 
D FOR MIGRANT WORKERS 
E DELAYS HARVESTS 
KEKS INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
LED, Two HURT IN F IGHT 

CRKFR HELD IN SrA»8ING DEATH AT CAMP 
GHf TO FDUCATE -MIGRANT WORKERS' CHILDREN 
FARM WORKERS TO HELP WITH FALL HARVEST 
RUN SCHOOLS FOR MIGRANTS 
N MIGRANT WORKER S 

STABBED TO DEATH NEAR LOUISBURG 
FRANKLIN SLACING ARRESTED IN TEXAS 



MIGRATION 
.S. 



MIKE'S MINI MART (N. MANGUM ST. I 

MINI MART CLERK SHOT AND KILLED 

MURDER VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

2 CLERKS SHOT, ONE FATALLY, IN HOLDUPS 

D'IRHAM MAN CHARGED WITH CLERK'S MURDER 

MURDER SUSPECT FACES 2N0 CHARGE 

BROWN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED ARMED ROBBERY 

MIKES ON MAI'l OUAO 
SFE DEBATE 

MILAN WOODS 

EAST DURHAM SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION IS SCHFODLEO 
EAST DURHAM TO GET NEW SUBDIVISION 

MIL ITABY 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, MILITARY 

SFE ALSO ARMED FORCES, RESERVES 

SEE ALSO GREEN BERETS 

SEE ALSO JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF 

SEE ALSO KITCHEN POLICE DUTY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL DEFENSE 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

SEE ALSO PENTAGON 

SEE ALSO SOLDIERS OF FQRTUNF 

SEE ALSO STAR WARS (MILITARY PRtlGRAMI 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF DEFENSE 

MILITARY OFFICERS STEREOTYPED BY CARTOONIST 

MILITARY'S ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

FLY SOLDIERS SAFELY 

ANII-COCAINF ASSISTANCE RIGHT MOVE FOR U.S. 

SOME SERVICE MEMBERS SAID STILL INVOLVED IN KLAN GROUPS 

MILITARY, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P n DATE C PG L P PYL 

" ! 6/2J/56 C 13 P U CI 
S 2 6/23/n6 A 5 N 

S 2 10/27/86 CAN 



H 2 10/31/n6 
S 2 10/31/06 



1 =■ N L<,1 

1 P N W8' 



H 2 2/l'./e6 1 " F .I6»- 

H 2 6/05/fl6 C 1 o U 

H 2 e/07/B6 A 21 U L<.l 



S 2 1/11/B6 A 1 N WB? 

S 2 'V/2J/R6 CI N WO? 



S 2 7/02/R6 A 1? N WB2 
H 2 7/16/R6 C 12 N 



S 2 10/00/16 C 1 P N 
H 2 10/10/86 B 3 P N 



S 2 l/0'5/86 C 1 P N WB2 
H 2 5/13/86 C ". N 



H 2 3/07/86 C 5 N 08C 

S 2 3/in/fi6 B S N 



S 2 ')/12/86 C 1 



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7 


'!/2?/B6 


A 


1 P 


N 


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H 


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a 


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10/1 1/86 


( 


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N 


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s 


7 


10/1 1/86 


( 


P 


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H 


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10/14/86 


( 




N 


A 54 


s 


7 


10/20/86 


( 


1 " 


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T85 


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7 


0/24/86 


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0/25/86 


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7 


0/28/86 


A 


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2 


10/21/86 


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2/11/86 


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1 


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7 


5/25/86 


L 


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7 


6/11/86 


11 


4 


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7 


6/16/86 


1. 


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7 


6/1=1/86 


A 


1 5 


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7 


9/25/86 


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7 


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7 


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1 " 


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a/31/86 


1 


1 1 


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7 


'3/26/86 


(, 


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7 


10/05/86 


(, 


8 


H 


7 


12/01/86 


B 




H 


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12/03/86 


A 


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10/14/86 C 3 


N 






10/14/86 b 1 


'J 


T85 




10/15/»6 C 1 


N 


M51 




10/17/86 B 1 


N 


■"51 




lO/n/86 C 1 








10/20/86 C 2 


N 





H 2 
S 2 



8/24/86 F 
9/25/86 A 



H 


7 


1/07/86 


A 


4 


L 


H 


7 


4/07/86 


A 




J 


H 


7 


7/01/86 


A 


4 




S 


7 


7/2 1/86 


A 


4 


F 


H 


2 


9/10/86 


B 


3 


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MONTHLy/4 



N N y 4 L I N e X 
1/01/86 - lJ/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PACt 62tj 
1/09/B7 



SURVEY SHnH5 DRUG USE IN HRITARY DECLINING 

MILITARy, BLACKS 

SEE BLACKS, MILITARY 

WRITARY. RUPGET 

SEE ALSn DEFENSE CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO DEFENSE INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL SECURITY 
SEE ALSO U.S.. BUDGET 

ARMY'S DEBTORS 

OFPENDENCY ICARTDDNI 

HASTE IN PEAGAN SPENDING 

THU WOMEN FINED FOR PROTESTS ON TAX FORM'; 

^^f'y^^T^'^A?^'"" "°" iJis2\JpSoJ?S''^ 



TRY TODAY'S SPECIAL! 6UDCFT PIE A'LA MnnF irARTnilNi 
CHAPEL MILL WOMAN'S TAi PROTEST RFJfcTED "^*'"00'<' 
COURT REJECTS APPEAL OF TWO TAX PPOTESTERS 

•Vhe"efense"Save'"' ""'" ■' '°^' ?«p"ers too much 

?VSuGH''kJ^F| S^'SefenIe ■'•"■"''• '° "''"'"'• ""^« ESTABLISHMENT 
"M^ISSARY-USE BILL TOO COSTLY To DEFENSE 
'YEAR OF PEACE' ELUOES MANY PEOPLE IN WORLD 

MILITARY, COURTS MARTIAL 

Z PSYCHOLOGISTS CAUGHT BETWEEN) STATE, U.S. LAWS 

MILITARY, DESERTION 

SEE DESERTION, MILITARY 

MILITARY, DRAFT 

SEE MILITARY DRAFT 

MILITARY, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG APUSE 

DECLINE IN USE OF DRUGS IN SERVICES REVFAIFn fty ^iioui-v 
SURVEY ';Hnu<; noi.r. ,,5= IN military DECLINING ^'^''Vtr 



SURVEY SHOWS DRUG USE 



MILITARY, PX 

COMMISSARY-USE BILL TOO COSTLY TO DEFENSE 

MILITARY, PENSIONS 

SEE MILITARY RETIREMENT 

MILITARY, RECRUITING 

SEE ALSO MILITARY DRAFT 

SGT. CASEY TO BE DURHAM AREA ARMY RECRUITER 
DUKE POWER RUSES TO HAUL POTENTIAL PRIVATES 
MILITARY, SMOKING 

^^Lib^SJS?*'^'^'^' «NTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
ARMY RESTRICTS SMOKING 

t!!'-IJ'5?'' ""LES ON SMOKING APPLAUDED 
MARINES WILL START NO-SMOKING POLICY 
CPACKODWN ON SMOKING LAUNCHED BY ARMY 
5!,',XX.<'^I5 TOUGH ON SMOKING 
SURVEY SHOWS DRUG USE IN MILITARY DECLINING 

MILITARY AID (TO FOREIGN COUNTRIFSI 

J^Sf I- LEADER: CONTRAS NEED U.S. ARMS, CASH 

!fiPJ*^f KITTY/CONTRAS (CARTOONI 

AMERICAN AID IMPORTANT 

MISSILE LAUNCHERS FROM R. REA'.AN TO SAUDI ARAflTA rrAuTnn 

^Ek'iki itiio'.';°''.''d4ir"'' '"" ^°'''"" s'Afigi"Aisris? 



c 

y;5?.5i2 ^° CONTRAS HELPS FREEDOM'S CAUSE 

5Si?\^i^K\E"^r??A^y^^Nr^^°"^^"' «"'""" 

NICARAGUAN WAR CRIMES 

DON'T GIVE HONDURAS JETS 

REWARDING ENEMIES POOR FOREIGN POLICY 



F U.S. AID TO 'CONTRAS' 



""^i DAiti, INI tKNA T 1 ONAL 

rihu I2f I5H??.''''°^^5 COURAGE OF CONVICTION 
FROM THEATRICAL MAYOR, A NO-NONSENSE IDEA 
PHILIPPINES' BASES VITAL "-> " ^ c n i e lutA 



MILITARY BASES, INTERNATIONAL 
FD--* 
PH 
N.C. SOLDIER is ARRESTED 

EASTERN N.C. FOCUS OF DEBATE ON CIVILIAN-MILITARY AIR SPACF 

?^Sp^Mj?5src^"?rE;^2si?§N'^jij-^^r ^«°^^'^"-^«^ 

"IHTARY BASES, THEFT 
ARMY'S DEFITORS 

T4EET OF WEAPONS UNDER INVESTIGATION AT FORT noArr 
fS^T ?gt?R ^ISK^I^'^^ SECURITY ON AHmS "" ^""^^ 
FORT PRAGG GENERAL SAYS PILFERING NOT LARGE SCALE 

MILITARY BASES, U.S. 

!:5r',S!S"S^MILITARV SALES STRATEGY 

"'V.'iJ5;:.5*'-^5 OF CIGARETTES UNDER FIRE 

WEINBERGER URGED TO REJECT PRIPOSED CIGARETTE SALES BAN 
MILITARY COVERT AID 

Pnf.rt^'kk, 5;^'' '""" « MAN.., ICARTOONI 

£2^J''?T?2'-'9V'^J'-LEO A CONTRA-OICTION 

!Ja^^' ^e'^N Sf^eEr'T^Rt'oSn^ * ''* = '° 5^'^'™-" 'CARTOON, 

MEDIA ACTS IRPESPONSI«LY 

f2IV_?l''I !K?ytP..'iDl'.I..t"l..»';i 'QMS. WERE WRONG 




i5?i!,SC*"'ri*'-'S IMPACT'ON STATE POLITICS UNCERTAIN 
SS^^}°irAVTJ;?%^^iJ^° states: NLo'taMtj^'Nf'l^I^TOOM 
WHO'S HANDLING FOREIGN POLICY? 
?n,5?occ?'Ii,^l,'J '""'^" ^f' T^UST LEADERS 
CONGRESS MUST COMPEL REAGAN Tl CHANGE 

FSic^'5l?'E'D^ "rnT^y^A^R^^"'- '^ '-P^OPRIATE 
PRESIDENT NEEDS POWER 
'GREAT CON-MUNICATOR' 
TAKING "FIFTH' IS NO SIN 
DON'T RENEGE ON CONTRAS 

SA^%*?ES?Dl«rL'ott"H'h°!fei^i?^;jc%5°""* *'° (CARTOON, 

U.S. LAWS CIRCUMVENTED 

IRAN AFFAIR RAISES QUESTIONS 



DATE C 
a/06/R6 B 



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J/0T/fl6 A 


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2/20/86 A 


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3/06/S6 U 


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6/2<./B6 A 


7 


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9/07/86 C 


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10/05/R6 C 


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10/26/86 C 


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H 2 12/0'5/n6 C 



H 2 1/22/86 A 7 
H ? 8/06/86 B R 



S 2 Il/0<,/B6 A <, 



S 2 ',/2<./fl6 A 18 N 

H 2 6/0<,/P6 C ■; N W36 



S 2 


6/13/96 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


6/14/86 


A 


14 


N 




S 2 


6/26/86 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


T/08/86 


C 


6 


N 




H ? 


7/25/P6 


B 


6 


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H 2 


8/06/86 


a 


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1/17/86 


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3/06/86 


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4/18/86 


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5/26/86 


A 


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S 2 


6/06/86 


A 


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H 2 


6/30/86 


A 


4 


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S 2 


7/03/R6 


A 


4 


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H 2 


10/D7/86 


A 


12 


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H 2 


10/0''/a6 


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H 2 


10/14/86 


A 


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H 2 


11/05/86 


A 


4 


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S 2 


U/19/66 


A 


4 


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H 2 


4/17/86 


A 


4 


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H 2 


4/30/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


10/17/86 


A 


4 


F 




S 2 


12/04/86 


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H ? 4/16/86 b t. 

H 2 4/28/86 A 1 

H 2 6/13/86 A 18 

S 2 7/15/86 A 10 



2 1/15/86 A 

2 8/06/86 D 

2 9/23/86 B 

2 12/27/86 A 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



1/17/86 A 1 N W82 
3/05/86 AH N 
3/06/86 A 14 P ■] 



10/22/86 A 
11/10/86 A 
11/11/86 A 
11/12/86 A 
11/13/86 A 
11/22/86 A 
11/22/86 A 
11/23/86 
11/26/86 A 
11/27/86 C 
11/28/86 A 
11/30/86 
I2/UI/86 C 
12/02/86 A 
12/01/86 A 
12/03/86 A 
12/03/86 A 
12/04/86 A 
12/J5/86 A 
12/05/86 A 
12/08/86 A 
12/09/86 A 
12/10/86 A 
12/10/86 A 
12/10/86 A 
12/11/86 A 
12/12/86 A 
12/12/86 A 



C50 
R56 



C53 
R56 
R56 



4 T T "56 



HONTHLr/ 



^^UAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - IZ/^JaJ 



SUBJECTS 



:Hfe':i^-'?fS;!Jt'5T5 RELY ON HALF-TRUTHS 
FOCUS ON OTHER THINGS 

JE;:y?Ji;fs"2^^^:;5v?.i? ^"'^" "« '^^ truth 

ioST EN!ifei''?Hj°»5?°,'!c%''^ ""-'-■' »^ "* appropriate TI»E 

EoS ; f ?e\' \ti '",Vr p^s?rT?s^'?N" ^In?? j^^R^o^i *" ^""-^ ' 
i°Hnrd-ioni''.uirurc'j.° ^o.'ir.ihTo'.'^ur.e post 

A COMeAT-TESTEO EXPERT 
••ILITARY DRAFT 

SEE ALSn DRAFT RESISTORS 
SEE ALSO "ILITaPY, RECRUITING 
OON'T REINSTATE DRAFT 

MILITARY nnsPITALS 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, U.S. 

SEj ALSO "ILITapy physicians 

SF£ ALSO WOMACk AHMY "OSPITAL 

8R0YHILL CALLS FOR PROBE Op'Sa 3lC II CARE AT BASES 
"UIIARY INDUSTRIAL CCPLEX 

SEE ALSO DEFENSE CONTrScThr; 

IKE'i JARNING SHQULO NOT THWART STAR UAR< 

'l£5iy"Ri^s\b"gL!E-^rLL^».?'?rixr»'ci!?*^ 

FORT aRAGG TROOPS PLAN BIG F^LO EXERUSe'in OCT. 
"ILITARY mFDALS 

III Atso F.^SalP^'"""- """■ ^^ "°'°'' 

1ST BLACK MEDAL WINNER FROM N. C . 
"ILITARY MOBILIZATION 

HUGE PEACETIME OPERATION HAS 92ND AlKBORNE Ju-PING 
MILITARY NFwS IC"LU"NI 

SERVICES PROMOTE, R'=ASSIGN nCpHA" MCu 

T'A^psiR"v°r?E^^iN^Gi'D^?Lr"^ "--•"- 

t"vl^|::|?, ^pg%?T"' ''"^'^ '""^ PROMOTED 
TRIANGLF SERVICEMEN ADVANCE 

d'e^s^^'i^rSf^jise'l gsaii'^^o""^'" '' °"^"*'' -°''"' 

,',M22I„''lff"'" ACHIEVEMFNT ueOAL IN ARMY 

S|^VICE-EN TAKE PART N EXERCIS^ 
TRIANGLE SERVICEMEN PR 0-OTEn, HONORED 
I DURHAM "EN NAMED OFFICERS HUNUR.Q 

"ILITaCy PhysICU-jS 

SEE ALSO MILITARY HOSPITALS 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. 'J.S. 

O'JtTLP WHO TREATED EAST 'RELEASED' 

SnlG^N-§E%^iNjPDV?OR-?^?^{c^fJsS?.-ri??-Cg„,„, 

MIL itary reserves 

S?E ARMED FORCES, RESERVES 



... (CARTOON] 



"■ILITARY RETIREMENT 

tci tVfS £'^"^ SERVICE PENSIONS 
SEE ALSO DOUoLE-OIPPING 
SEE ALSO PENSION PLANS 
^^fow??. c^JH-^E^T PROGRAMS- 
TRIANGLE GROUP GIVES LOVE C 



OFFERING 



"ILITAOy SECRETS 
SEE ALSO SPIES 






MILITARY TRAINING 

N.C. - 

TEAR 
ESC 

MILITARY UNIFORMS 



FnR?°3SAfr''Tittr"9?I?r'''°'^'"'-'*>- SACRIFICES 

s?Jrch''r'SueV"!sene5'"^" °"' "^ "'^"-E ""^" 



ARMY RULE TAKFS STARCH OUT OF BUSINESSES 
MILK 

SEE ALSO DAIRY FARMERS, N.C. 
^^Li*-^^ "-C. MILK COMMISSION 

s:ry?h^Ti?„s^.rj??3!fA??SN^3;2S!,s?"?L?^-TS'irs?;^u.x 



PAGc t.;o 

1/0O/S7 



Date 

U/15/<16 

U/15/06 

12/15/<i6 

12/16/86 

12/17/86 

I2/18/P6 

I2/11/»6 

U/ll/At 

l2/l'J/fl6 

\i/l1/1b 

12/21/(16 

12/22/66 

12/23/06 

12/2-!/B6 

12/2"./n6 : 

12/2<./B6 . 

12/2';/»6 , 

12/26/06 J 

12/30/86 I 



S I 

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C PG L 



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C50 



H 2 12/02/06 A <, 



H 2 5/06/B6 <. 
H 2 5/2''/06 A IS 
H 2 10/31/R6 A 16 



S 2 
H 1 
S 2 



2/11/96 A 
2/17/86 A 
2/21/06 A 



5/06/P6 A in p p 
7/l<)/e6 C i N 
8/27/96 A =i N 



S 2 3/27/86 A 13 



H ? 10/17/36 A 10 p N 



1/31/Ft) 

1/08/O6 

1/15/P6 

1/23/06 

2/l<./86 

2/20/96 

2/2S/e6 

2/28/06 

3/05/86 

3/l'./86 

3/2<./86 

3/20/06 

'•/0'3/e6 

'>/21/P6 

5/12/86 

5/13/86 

5/21/96 

6/02/86 

6/04/06 

6/12/86 

6/26/B6 

7/J'./86 

7/16/86 

8/00/06 

3/14/86 

8/11/86 

3/20/96 

0/01/06 

0/18/86 

0/2''/86 

1/20/06 

2/09/86 

2/31/06 



11 

5 

17 

10 





3 


N 




10 


N 




12 


N 











6 


N 




3 


N 




2 


N 




S 


N 




1 3 


N 




17 


N 



12 
13 

17 



2 7/25/86 
2 8/12/P6 
2 8/14/86 



S 2 12/26/86 A 15 



S 2 7/26/86 A 4 

H 2 9/03/06 A 1 



H 2 4/06/B6 C 
S 2 9/25/96 C 
H 2 11/07/86 A 



S 2 4/02/06 A 4 

H 2 4/l'3/96 A 13 

S 2 4/22/96 A 4 

H 2 12/16/86 C 4 



2/10/06 3 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



CONTAINER SIZE DETERMINES THE PRICE OF MILK 

AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATING MILK TAMPERING REPORTS 

TAINTED MILK CALLED ISOLATED CASES 

KILLING DAIRY HERDS NO ANSWER 

BEEF PRODUCERS UPSET OVER SLAUGHTER 

INSIDE 

NO RESPECT FOP BUREAUCRACY 

MILK HELPS BRING SLEEP 

DEPENDS ON CONTAINER 

MILK PRICES HAY GO UP 6? A GALLON 

DROUGHT CUTS STATE MILK PRODUCTION 

DON'T KILL THE COWS 

PRICE PAID TO DAIRY FARMERS RAISED 

FIVE TAR HEELSi FAMILIES MAKE FORBES' LIST OF 400 RICHEST IN AMERICA 

MILKY WAY 

TIME RIGHT TO SEE MILKY WAY 

MILL CREEK 

113 MILLION DEVELOPMENT 



IN CHAPEL HILL 



GERS 



MILLBRnOK HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
POOL SPELLS EASY OPENING WIN FOR TI 

MILL8R00K HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. FOOTBALL 

HILLBPOOK'S RUN ATTACK TAMES TIGERS 

NORTHERN HOLDS OFF MILLIROOK 

NORTHERN DEFENSE DENIES -CATS 

ANOTHER GRAND TRIP 

MCCLAIN, KNIGHTS RIP WILDCATS 

NORTHERN'S 'COMPLETE EFFORT' STOPS 'CATS 

MILLER AMD HHOADS DEPARTMENT STORES 
CHAIN CLOSING THREE N.C. STORES 

MILLER'S GLEN RETIOEMENT COMMUNITY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE CONGREGATIONS IN MISSION 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMES 

RETIREMENT CENTER FUNDS SOUGHT BY 28 CHURCHES 

MILLIONAIRE 

SEE ALSO WEALTH 

WOULD-BE MILLIONAIRE IS PATIE'IT 

FARM AID SHOULD HELP POOR, NOT BIG FARMERS 

TRACKING RICH IS TETIOUS BUSINESS 

TAR HEEL NATIVE SAYS FAMILY TIES HELPED HIM TRACK RICH AMERICANS 

MILLS 

SEE ALSO PERRY'S MILL POND 
SEE ALSO WEST POINT HILL 

FOR MILL VILLAGE 'BRATS.' REUNION CAKE BRINGS SWEET MEMORIES 

HILTON. N.C. 

MILTON SHOOTING SUSPECT ARRESTED 

I MILTON ROAD 
COUNTY PANEL OKS REZONING NEAR NHS 

MILTON'S PIZZA HOUSE 

MAN ROBS RESTAURANT. GETS tTOO 

MIME 

SEE ALSO TOUCH MIME TRIO 

ARTSCHOOL MIME SHOW DELIGHTFUL. POIGNANT 

MINERAL SPRINGS ROAD 

BUSINESS CENTER PLAN ON AGENDA 

MINERAL SPRINGS VILLAGE 

DENIED REZONING REQUESTS ON COUNTY AGENDA 

MINERALS 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL N.C. MINERAL CLUB 

SEE ALSO COAL 

SEE ALSO GEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO GOLD MINE 

SEE ALSO MINING 

SEE ALSO PHOSPHATE 

SEE ALSO REED GOLD MINE 

SEE ALSO ROCKS 

MINERAL CLUB DISPLAYS CRYSTALS 

MINI MART lAIRPOPT ROADI 

Z DURHAM MEN ARRESTED IN ROBBERY ATTEMPT 
DURHAM HEN HELD IN ORANGE ROBBERY 

MINI-SOCIETY 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM 

MINIMUM SECURITY PRISONS 

SEE PRISONS. N.C MINIMUM SECURITY 

MINING 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA MINE 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COAL CO. 

SEE ALSO COAL 

SEE ALSO COAL MINING 

SEE ALSO GOLD MINE 

SEE ALSO "INERALS 

SEE ALSO OFF-SHORE MINERAL LEASES 

SEE ALSO STRIP MINING 

N.C. OFFSHORE MINING TO BE STUDIED 

MINISTERS. BLACK 

SEE ALSO BLACK CHURCHES 

SEE ALSO GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION 

N.Y. MINISTER TO SPEAK AT DURHAM KING EVENT 
CHANTED SERMONS SUBJECT OF RESEARCH 
REV. TURNER HELPED CAUSE OF WOMEN MINISTERS 
LECTURE: WHY BLACK MINISTERS CHANT 

MINISTERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CONTACT DURHAM. INC. ICRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAMI 

SEE ALSO CATHOLIC PRIFSTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO INTERDENOMINATIONAL MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER 

SEE ALSO WOMEN. MINISTERS 

MINISTER SEEKS $9S,000 FROM CHURCH DEACONS 
CHURCH OISHISSES PASTOR; NEW CHURCH IS FORMED 
HINISTcPS ASK ABOUT BOARD'S HIRING PLAN 
HOMOSEXUALITY ISN'T DESIGNER'S INTENT 

AN OPEN LETTER TO...WIB GULLEY...AND DON WI LHO I T . . . ( ADI 
CITY, HARCH OFFICIALS GLAO GAY-PRIDE PARADE PEACEFUL 
^ PASTORS FORM GROUP. SEEK TO RECALL MAYOR GULLEY 



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3/29/86 


A 


8 




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3/21/86 


A 


1 7 




N 




H ? 


<./l<)/86 


A 


A 




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5/17/86 


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5/18/86 


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6/25/86 


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6/26/86 


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7/27/nti 


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10/03/86 


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H 2 12/06/86 C 



8/30/86 U 

9/05/86 C 

9/05/86 D 

11/11/86 D 

ll/15/8(> 

11/15/86 B 



N 065 
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U 115 



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1 10/21/86 A 

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H 1 6/12/86 B 

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S 2 5/06/86 C 

H 2 3/05/86 B 

H 2 8/28/86 a 

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I :< D e X 

12/31/86 



MCELHUNEY IS CH4IRM4N OF MiVOO 
DISGRHCEFiJL PREICHERS 
MINISTERS SPOKE UNLOVINOLVt H« 
RECALL GROUP "EFTS 
MODERATE CLERGY GRO'JP BACKS GU 
SPREADING JOY IS HIS HAY OF SE 
ADDING UP THE PROTESTS 
RELIGIOUS GROUPS BACKING MAYO". 
PROCEDURAL QUESTIONS RAISED ON 
A STATEMENT OF SUPPORT I AO 1 
THOUGHTS ON RECALL 
DEBATE CONTINUES ON RECALL S T« 
RECALL. OPPOSITION CONTINUING: 
BIBLE HA2Y ABOUT CHRISTIAN ETH 
NOT A PERSONAL MATTER 
•RADICALS" CRUCIFY MAYOR 
WAR ON HUMAN RIGHTS 
MINISTERS' GROUP BACKS GULLEY 
HOMOSEXUALITY ANCIENT CHURCH-S 
BE IT RESOLVED.. .SOUTHERN BAPT 
RECALL MAYOR GULLEY tSOl 
...HE WANT TO EXPRESS OUR GR AT 
GULLEY PREDICTED TO REMAIN IN 
CLERGYMEN TAKE BOTH SIDES IN ", 
CHRISTIAN CONSCIENCE NEEDED IN 
PREACHERS HAVE RIGHTS. TOO 
ORGANIZED FOR INTOLERANCE 
MAYOR ACCUSED OF MIXING CHURCH 
GULLEY-RECALL EFFORT TIME. MON 
RECALL PETITION DRIVE ILL-CONC 
SIGN HERE TO RECALL MAYOR GULL 
GULLEY'S CRITICS PREACHING FAL 
DISCRIMINATION JUSTIFIABLE 
APOSTLES SIGNED THEIR PETITION 
HFEO JEFFERSON'S WARNING 
PLAN OF SALVATION 
MISSTATEMENTS ON PROCLAMATION 
STATE OFFICE APPROVES GULLEY ^ 
COVERAGE OF PRESS CONFERENCE B 
MAYOR GULLEY UNJUSTLY ACCUSED 
GULLEY SUPPORTERS DECEIVED 
MODERATES ON BOTH SIDES 
RECALL EFFORT HYPOCRITICAL 
•HOLY WAR' AILS DURHAM 
PROCLAMATION HAS SUPPORT 
MAYOR IS STEADFAST 
MODERATES ARE DECEIVED 
LETTERS ARE SERMONS 
GUTSY PASTORS 
•RIGHTS FOR SERPENTS' 
AIDS A 'TIME BOMB' 
JESUS SAID TO LOVE ENEMIES 
INTERnENOMINATIONAL MINISTER 15 
MAYOR: AIDS CENTER CLAIMS ARE 
RELIGION USED TO TRAMMEL 
PETITION DRIVE FUR RECALL OF M 
MINISTERS PETITION COMMISSIONS 
JAILHOUSE EVANGELISTS HAD CAPT 
MAN-MADE LIE PREACHED 
BIBLE TEACHES HAY OF SALVATION 



RECALL EFFORT 
TFFULLY 



LLEY 

RVING THE LORD 



CAMPAIGN TO UNSEAT GULLEY 



TEMENT 

15 BLACK MINISTERS SIDE WITH MAYOR. 
IC ON SEXUALITY 



IN RECALL-BID FIGHT 

TATE ISSUE 

1ST PASTORS AND MINISTERS... 1*01 

ITU1E TO MAYOR HILaUH P. GULLEY (401 
OFFICE 

ULLEY RECALL CAMPAIGN 
POLITICS 



POL ITICS 
EY WASTED 
EIVED 

EY (CARTOON) 
SE GOSPEL IN CONTROVERSY 

S IN BLOOD 



ECALL AFFIDAVIT 

lASEO IN SUPPORT OF GULLEY 



L ALLIANCE OF DURHAM AND VICINITY (AD) 
BIZARRE 

AYOR FALLS SHORT 

RS ON EVACUATION PLAN 

IVE AUDIENCE 



MINISTERS, 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO W 
SOUTHERN 
THE JEWI 
NO 'JEWI 
PROFESSO 
MINISTER 
REMAINS 
MINISTER 
RADIO PR 
N.C. CON 
A RELIGI 
CHARLOTT 
AUTHOR, 
N.C. BAP 
PASTOR M 
MINISTER 
THIS BAP 
BANKRUPT 
ASSISTAN 
OR. EOGA 
'ROCK OF 



MINISTERS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CATHOLIC PRIESTS 

SEE ALSO SERMONS 

SFE ALSO WOMEN, MINISTERS 

PREACHERS DEBATE VALUE OF GOSPEL OF PROSPERITY 

MINNESOTA 

SBI DIRECTOR WANTS TAX LAW TO TAKE PROFIT OUT OF DRUGS 

MINNESOTA MINING AND MANUFACTURING CO. 
UNC SHANTY TORN DOWN, 13 ARRESTED 

MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADINGI 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, MINORITIES 

SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP EDUCATION A^l D DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN BUSINESS INC. 

SFE ALSn N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY OFFICIALS 

MATH SCHOOL SEEKING MINORITIES 

GH'S MINORITY PROGRAM TO BE EXPLAINED AT NCCU 

HEALTH MEET FOCUS HILL BE MINORITIES 

DURHAM HOSPITAL SEEKS MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

MINORITY STUDENTS LEARNING BUSINESS BASICS AT DUKE 

HANDICAPPED FORGOTTEN 

DUKE SEEKS TO ATTRACT MORE MINORITY STUDENTS TO SCIENCES 

ETHNIC GROUP ENDORSES BROYHILL FOR SENATE 

MARTIN FYES ELECTION DEADLINE WITH COLUMN FOR MINORITIES 

MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. U.S.. ADMISSIONS 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. MINORITY ADMISSIONS 

UNC SYSTEM ADMITTING MORE STUDENTS WITH LOWFR SATS 

UNC GETS iZSO.OOO FOR MINORITY PROGRAM 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

TROUBLE PREDICTED FOR BLACKS UNLESS EDUCATION IS IMPROVED 

UNC CONSENT DECREE SUCCESS DEBATED 

UNC 10 CONTINUE PROCEDURES FOR GAINING BLACKS 

TWO FACTORS SEEN AS HAMPERING UNC ENROLLMENT GOALS 



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7/24/86 


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H 7 


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S 2 


a/01/66 


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8/04/86 


A 


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8/09/86 


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REA CONGREGATIONS IN MINISTRY 

ATHOLIC PRIESTS 

REATIVE MINISTRY ASSOCIATES 

EMINARY EDUCATION 

ERMONS 

OMEN, MINISTERS 

"APTIST MINISTERS HELCOME TUTU 
SH CHRISTIAN 
SH-CHR ISTIANS' 
" SAYS IT MAY BE TIME FOR 'CHURCH MARKETING' 

S BOOK OFFERS QUAINT VIEW OF NORTH CAROLINA 
OF MISSING MINISTER FOUND 

SAYS HE HANTS TO HELP OTHERS SHEO FUNDAMENTALISTS' GRIP 
E4CHER BLENDS MOUNTAIN RELIGION. HIGH-TECH RADIO SAVVY 
FERENCE ANNOUNCES NEW PASTORAL APPOINTMENTS 
OUS TEST 

E ADVERTISERS PLANNING PR A Y-FOR-R A I N EVENT IN STADIUM 
EVANGELIST VANCE HAVNER DIES 

TIST MINISTER STICKS BY HIS ANTI-FUNDAMENTALIST STAND IN PLAYBOY 
AKE5 SENSE 

SPEAKS OUT AGAINST KL AN 
TIST PREACHER EARNED HIS 4MENS 

EVANGEL 1ST STARTS OVFR 
T BAPTIST MINISTER IN MAKE FOREST SLAIN 
R FISHER, METHODIST MINISTER 

AGES' CHAPLAIN RETIRING FROM W. CAROLINA CENTER 



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B 


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2/02/86 


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1 


P F 


HOI 


H 2 


2/07/86 


A 


4 


1 




H 7 


2/13/86 


a 


1 


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S 7 


2/20/86 


A 


Ml 


F 


JSn 


H 7 


3/04/86 


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5 


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H 7 


3/08/86 


A 


6 


N 




S 7 


5/29/86 


A 


10 


P F 




S 7 


6/05/86 


A 


K) 


N 




H 7 


7/02/86 


A 


4 


1 




H 1 


8/01/86 


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1 


N 




H 7 


8/13/86 


( 


7 







S 7 


8/15/86 


A 


7 


N 




S 7 


8/16/86 


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4 


F 




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a/29/86 


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14 


N 




H 7 


8/31/86 


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11/31/86 


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H 7 


12/16/86 


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12/21/86 


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H 2 12/24/86 B 


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S 2 11/21/86 A 


1 N 



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1/23/86 C 


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7 


2/16/86 D 


1 s 


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7 


2/18/86 C 


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7 


5/21/86 C 


15 


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7 


7/1 3/86 C 


10 


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7 


7/29/86 A 


4 


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8/10/86 C 


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7 


10/30/86 B 


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3/13/86 C 


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INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



OAf.E 62S 
l/0'?/87 



MINORITy BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGFNCV 
SEE ALSO BLACK-GUNEO BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DUHH4M 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 
SEE ALSO TRIAD MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER 

GRANT RENEWED FOR BUSINESS GROUP 

BUSINESS CHAIN'S GRANT RENEWED 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 
SEE ALSO BLACK-OHNED BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PUSINESSES. SMALL 

REV. HARRIS TO TAKE PART IN PROGRAM 

MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO PLACK-OUNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO DAVIS-PACON ACT 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 

SET-ASIDE PROGRAMS DECISION NTT EXPECTED TO AFFECT N.C. 

PHILOSOPHIES BU^'P HEADS 

ARTS BUILDING ARCHITECT HANTS TO NEGOTIATE LOWER COST 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY MEETS MINORITY, WOMEN GOALS 

RDU CHANCES CLIMB FOR LONDON FLIGHTS 

COUNCIL QUESTIONS BID RULES 

MINORITY VOTERS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. VOTER REGISTRATION 
GOP MAY AID PUSH FOR PRIMARY 1ILL 
HICHAUX TRYING TO CHANGE PRIMARY LAW 
JUDGE RULING SKIPS DURHAM. ORANGE 
COMMITTEE'S INFLUENCE NEEDS MORE THAN EDICTS 
MARTIN, JORDAN CONTINUE SPARRING ON STATE POWERS 
BRQYHILL DEFENDS HIS VOTE ON SOUTH AFRICAN SANCTIONS 
DEMOCRATS SEEKING BALLOT SECURITY 

OEMOCATS PLAN TOCOUNTER GOP CHALLENGES TO VOTERS 
MINORITIES FORM BROYHILL GROUP 
DEMOCRATS TRY TO WOO WHITES. "LACKS 
BLACK PAC BACKS BROYHILL: SANFQRO LEADS 

MINORITY WOMEN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. BUSINESSES 

PANEL FAVORS CITY POLICY ON TENTS 

MINT MUSEUM 

SEE CHARLOTTE MINT MUSEUM 

MIRACLES 

AFTER TWO 'MIRACLES.' SHE'S GLAD TO BE HERE 

MIRANDA DECISION 

ROOK LOSES APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT 

MISCARRIAGE 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

HOSPITAL OFFICIALS SAY FETUS THROWN AWAY 
NEW PREGNANCY TEST HELPING EMBRYO STUDY 

MISDEMEANORS 

SEE ALSO CITATIONS 

SEE ALSO CRIMES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO INFRACTIONS 

STATE STUDIES WAYS TO GET MISDEMEANANTS OUT OF PRISON 

RALFIGH MAN GETS SUSPENDED TE5 M IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

MANY TRAFFIC OFFENSES ARE NOW 'INFRACTIONS' 

MISKITO INDIANS (NICARAGUA) 

CONTRA LEADER ASKS MONEY, SYMPATHY 
TRIANGLE'S LEFTISTS NOT BEING REALISTIC 

MISO 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN MISO CO. 

MISO: A NEW SOYBEAN FOOD PRODUCT IS JOINING THE NATURAL FOODS ARENA 

MISS AMERICA 

TAKE A WALK ON THE BOARDWALK JITH HISS NORTH CAROLINA! ( AO I 

THERE SHE GOES.. .MISS N.C. HEADS fqR ATLANTIC CITY 

MISS N.C. 'NOT NERVOUS.' PRACTICES "lANO PIECES AT BOARDWALK HOTEL 

MOMENT FOR RELAXING 

KICK OFF SHOES 

MISS N.C. SAUNTERS IN SWIMSUIT 

THERE SHE GOES 

FANS GIVE PAGEANT HOPEFULS SUPPORT 

TENNESSEE. VIRGINIA CONTESTANTS WIN PRELIMINARY ROUNDS 

REHEARSING 

MISS N.C. ENJOYING EXPERIENCE 

MISS TENN. WINS AGAIN; "ISS MICHIGAN TOPS TALENT 

I'JS? MISS DURHAM RECALLS DUKE. N.C. TITLE, miss AMERICA PAGEANT 

GETTING READY 

MISS TENNESSEE IS NEW HISS amfrica 

HISS AMERICA JUDGES FIND THINNER. KNOWL EDGABLE , CANDID CONTESTANTS 

HISS N.C. SAYS PAGEANT 'COULD HAVE USED A HOSE 'BOS-TYPE WOMAN' 

BORED WITH PAGEANT? 

MISS BLACK AMERICA 

NEW HISS BLACK AMERICA IS ALAMANCE NATIVE 

MISS DEAF N.C. 
SFE ALSO DEAF 

MISS DEAF N.C. TO MEET PUBLIC 

MISS DURHA" PAGEANT 

SALUTING VETERANS 

'MISS DURHAM' 1935 REMINISCES 

HISS DURHAM IS WINNER OF SWIMSUIT COMPETITION 

MISS N.C. HINTS TO SPREAD THE WORD: DUKE STUDENT ANXIOUS TO HELP... 

NAMED MISS N.C, nuKE GRAO TO VIE FOR HISS AMERICA 

DURHAM, DUKE CAN BE PROUD OF NEW MISS N.C. 

BEAUTY, BRAINS AND MURE 

KAREN S. BLOOHQUIST: MISS NORTH CAROLINA. 1086 

MISS N.C. NEW MISS DURHAM FEATURED IN PREVIEW SUNDAY 

QUEENS' DAY 

MISS N.C ENJOYING EXPERIENCE 

I'JST HISS DURHAM RECALLS DUKE. N.C. TITLE, MISS AMERICA PAGEANT 

DURHAM PAGEANT SET FQR NOV. 2J 

WOMEN LEAD OPPOSITION TO PAGEANT REQUEST 

IT'S "ISS DURHAM TIME 

COUNCIL DENIES 12.000 REQUEST FOR '86 PAGEANT 

CIIY DENIES FUNDING PLEA FOO "ISS DURHAM PAGEANT 

REASONS FOR REFUSING PAGEANT INADEQUATE 

COUNCIL CORRECTLY NIXES PAGEANT GIFT 

JAYCEES WON'T HOLD PAGEANT NEXT YFAR 



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MISS N.C. NATIONAL TEEN-AGER PAGEA^JT 
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"ISS N.C. WHFELCHAIB PAGEA'.T 
SEE ALS" HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO MISS WHEELCHAIR AMERICA 

3 FRO" OURHAM TO PE IN PAGEANT 

MOUNT HOLLY WOMAN CROWNED MISS WHEELCHAIR AMERICA 

DREAMS STILL DO COME TRUE. EVEN FOR PEOPLE IN WHEELCHAIRS 

WHEELCHAIR NO OBSTACLE TO SUCCESS 

"ISS TEEN-AGE OURHAM/ORANGE/WA'iE CONTEST 
SEE TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 

MISS WHEELCHAIR AMERICA 

SEE ALSO MISS N.C. WHEELCHAIR PAGEANT 

MOUNT HOLLY WOMAN CROWNED MISS WHEELCHAIR AMERICA 

"ISS WHEELCHAIR OF N.C. 

SEE MISS N.C. WHEELCHAIR PAGEANT 

"ISSUES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. ROCKETS AND MISSILES 
SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION. MISSILES 

SEE ALSO STAR WARS (MILITARY PROGRAM) 

S=E ALSO STINGER misSLES 

MISSILE CASINGS FOUND ABANDONED IN CATAWBA COUNTY 



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GOLD "EPCHANT SAYS HE SAW AMERICANS IN LAOTIAN "INES 

OFFICIAL DENIES POW REPORTS WERE COVERED UP 

WOMAN jriNS LAWSUIT ON BOWS, SAYING GOVERNMENT LIED TO H£B 

hENDON: OUR MEN ARE THERE — IT'S TIME TO GET THEM HOME 

FPR"ER GREEN BERETS SEEK EVIDENCE POwS BEING HELO 

MISSING IN ACTION: AFTER :? Y^A'S. WIFE ANO FRIEND OF POw ,AIT... 

GROUP LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR SJPPQRT OF BOW PROBE 

CARBbORC WO"AN WANTS INFORMATION ON FATHER REPORTED HISSING IN LAOS 

THE MISSING IN ACTION SPUR LO:aL INTEREST 

EX-SOLDIERS ABE SUBPOENAED TO GIVE TESTIMONY TO SENATE 

SENATE COMMITTEE SKEPTICAL ABOUT POW EVIDENCE 

PANEL CHAIRMAN NOT IMPRESSED WITH EVIDENCE OF POWS IN ASIA 

REAGAh' URGES UNITY IN SOLVING MIA ISSUE 

FORMER GREEN OE'ETS DROPPED F^ 0" ROW SUIT 

PCW-MIA REMEMBRANCE 
POw RECOGNITION 
MIA/POwS BEME"8ERED 

MISSING PERSONS, DURHAM 

OURHAM WOMAN REPORTED MISSING 

DURHA" WOMAN BEPORTEO MISSING CALLS POLICE 

WOODS CCMPEO AFTER WO"AN'S SUITCASE FOUND 

POLICE STILL SEEK HISSING WOMAN 

POLICE CONTMUE HUNT FOB MISSING WOMAN 

SEARCH FOR WOMAN CONTINUES 

DURHA" POY, I'i, MISSING AFTER FIGHT 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE PATIENT. 57, FOUND SAFE AFTER 

BODY IDENTIFIED AS DURHAM HAN 

BODY lO^NTICIEO AS OUBHAH HAN 

FINDING LOST ALZhEIMEB'S BATIENTS 

WOMAN SAYS SON IS MISSING 

SBARCH UNDER WAY FOR BOY, 14 

HISSING PERSONS, N.C. 



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I M E X 
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SSE 4LS0 DEBATE 

SEE ALSO PEOPLE ASSISTING VICTIMS 

WOMAN HISSING SINCE MAKING POLICE REPORT 

PARENTS. DEPUTIES SEEK MISSING GIRL 

GRANVILLE TFEN-AGER REPORTED "ISSING 

MISSING GIRL LOCATEr) IN WASHIMGTQN, O.C. 

OWNER OF ELECTRICAL COMPANr DISAPPEARS 

REMAINS OF " 1 5 S t NG MINISTER FTUNO 

200 IN SEARCH FOR MISSING GIRL 

MISSING MAN'S BODY FOUND ON HIS 9IRTH0AY 

MISSING MAN LEFT «12 MILLION BUSINESS BEHIND 

MISSING LAHYEB CHARGED KITH EMBEZZLING 

LOOKING FOR SISTER 

MAN MISSING FROM NURSING HOME 

FIVE TEEN-AGERS FIND BODIES M SUNKEN CAR 

DEPUTIES STILL HUNTING MAN "ISSING FROM REST HO"E 

OFFICERS SEEK CLUES ABOUT MISTING HAN 

N.C. 'MISSING' CENTER JOINS U.S. NETWORK 

83-VEAR-OLD MAN MISSING IN FRANKLIN 

HISSING HILLSBOROUGH MAN FOUND IN SOUTH CAROLINA 

aO-YEAS-OLD FRANKLIN MAN STILL MISSING 

MISSING FRANKLIN MAN IS FOUND IN THICKET 

ELDERLY MAN FOUND IN THICKET OIES 

REMAINS IDENTIFIED AS WAKE WOMAN 

MISSING BUSINESSMAN ARRESTED IN TFNN. 

HUNTERS DISCOVER REMAINS OF 81 DY 

PASSERBY FINOS BODY 

FAYETTEVILLE RESIDENTS HORRY 3VER DISAPPEARANCE. SLAYINGS 

MISSING WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN MARTIN COUNTY 

SBI ASKED TO JOIN SEARCH FOR WOMAN 

MISSING PERSONS. ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 

TWO PERSONS UNDER SUSPICION U HAYES-"!ANE DISAPPEARANCE 

FBI CAN'T ENTER BANE-HAYES DISAPPEARANCE CASE 

FBI SET TO AID CASE IN ORANGE 

ORANGE MEN STILL MISSING AFTE^ A YEAR 

HISSING HAN'S WIFE ASKED FOR POLYGRAPH 

FRANKLIN ORANGE MYSTERY SUSPECT 

SUSPECT IN ORANGE DISAPPEARANCES TRIES TO COMMIT SUICIDE 

MRS. BANE: 'CONSCIENCE IS CLEAR' AFTER POLYGRAPH 

SHERIFF SAYS MRS. BANE 'NEVER WAS A SUSPECT' 

FORMER OFFICER FACES INDICTMENT IN MARIJUANA CASE 

ELDERLY MAN REPORTED MISSING FROM REST HOME 

MAN WANDERS AWAY FROM RESTHOME 

MISSING MAN, 78, FOUND OK AFTFR NIGHT IN WOODS 

BETTER SUPERVISION NEEDED 

WOMAN MISSING IN HILLSBOROUGH 

ORANGE SEEKS LOST WOMAN 

ORANGE OFFICERS SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN 

HILLSBOROUGH HEN REPORTED MISSING FOUND SAFE 

HILLSPOFOUGH WOMAN STILL MISSING 

MISSING WOMAN'S NEIGHBORS FEAR FOUL PLAY AFOOT 

HISSING WOMAN'S PARENTS STILL STUNNED 

FAMILY, DEPUTIES STILL PUZZLED BY WOMAN'S DISAPPEARANCE 

MISSING PERSONS, U.S. 

TEN YEARS LATER, BISHOP MURDER CASE REMAINS OPEN 

MISSION AIR 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT 

MISSION AIR: VOLUNTEERS USE THEIR SKILLS TO HELP OTHERS 

MISSIONARIES 

SEE ALSO EVANGELISM 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL MISSIONARIES 

SEE ALSO MISSIONARY AVIATION INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

EDEN COUPLE WAS WITNESS TO TU'HOIL UNDER DUVALIFR 

DEATH UF A MISSIONARY 

MISSIONARY PILOTS LEARN TRICKY FLYING 

TWO PROFESSORS SEEK TAR HEEL ACCOUNTS OF EARLY CHINA TRAVELS 

MISSIONARIES RETURNING TO ZAIRE AFTER 25 YEARS 

ONCE A MISSIONARY IN LIBERIA, SHE'S LOOKING FORWARD TO lOOTH BIRTHDAY 

MISSIONARY, DAUGHTER SLAIN 

DURHAM MISSIONARY SLAIN; HOUS=BOY SOUGHT 

SUSPECT ARRESTED IN MISSIONARY'S SLAYING 

LIBERIA HOLDS MAN IN DEATH 

SLAIN MISSIONARY REMEMBERED AS 'LOVING WOMAN' 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR MISSIONARY, DAUGHTER 

MISSIONARY AVIATION INSTITUTE 
SFE ALSO MISSIONARIES 
SEE ALSO PILOTS 

MISSIONARY PILOTS LEARN TRICKY FLYING 

MISSISSIPPI 

REWARD FOR BOUNTY 

MISSISSIPPI CHIPS AWAY AT IMASE 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

OFLTA OFVILS FACE TALL TASK IN EAST AGAINST BLUE DEVILS 

DUKE IN 'NO-WIN' SITUATION 

DUKE BEGINS IN VALLEY ON TRIP TO NCAA TITLE 

FRO" ITTA BENA TO THE NCAA 

DUKE LEARNS A LESSON FROM MISSISSIPPI VALLEY 

DUKE CLIMBS OUT OF A DELTA VALLEY 

DUKE OVERCOMES UPSTART DELTA TIEVILS 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY'S RECOGNITION PEAKS, THANKS TO DUKE 

MISTAKEN IDENTITY 

SEE ALSO FALSE ARREST 
SEE ALSO IMPOSTFRS 

MIX-UP COSTS CHARLOTTE MAN PRISON TIME 

MISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO CANCER 
SEE ALSO CHR ISTMAS 

EATING MISTLETOE CAN BE DANGE'OUS 

MISTRIALS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, U.S. 

MISTRIAL RAISES OUESIIONS ON N.C. PORNOGRAPHY LAW 

ASSAULT TRIAL ENDS WITH MISTRIAL, PLEAS 

JURY DEADLOCKED; MISTRIAL DECLARED 

JUDGE DECLARES MISTRIAL IN DANBURY TROOPER CASE 

ll-l DEADLOCK EDS MCDOWELL'S ARMED-ROBBERY CASE IN MISTRIAL 

JUDGE DECLARES MISTRIAL 

MITCHELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

SBI PROBES FAKE CLASSES AT MITCHELL SCHOOL 
PROBE OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO WIDEN 

MITCHELL/GIURGOLA ARCHITECTS 

FIRMS DONATE AWARD TO LIBRARY 

MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP. 



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4/06/85 



D 




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c 



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1 
I 
1 
1 

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1 
1 
3 


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p 
P 
P 
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N 
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"71 
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H 2 3/15/85 C 



H 2 12/31/85 A 



3/14/85 

5/21/35 

5/06/86 

10/10/86 

11/U7/86 

U/11/85 



S 2 10/24/86 C 
H 2 11/09/85 C 



H 2 12/12/85 B 



INDEX 
12/31/80 



MONTHLY /ANNUAL 



PARENT FIRM PROMOTES MITSUBISHI CHIEF 

MITSUBISHI SEMIC^NnuCTOR AMERICA IMC. 
SEE ALSO SEMICO'IOUCTQR 

dHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON SMALL BUSINESS PLANNED 

SYMOHrNY LAYS PLANS FOR CONCEPT 

SEMICONDUCTOR PLANT'S BCSS IS RIGHT AT HOME 

RTP MICROCHIP SALES ON "EBOUNT 

ATKINS SELECTED FOR JAPAN PROGRAM 

TRAVELING PRESIDENT OF "ITSUBISHI SEEKS MORE YEN FOR DURHAM 

HITSU'lISHl TF AMERICA PRESIDENT TO USGE RTP PLANT BF EXPANDFO 

PARENT FIRM PROMOTES MITSUBISHI CHIEF 

A PERFECT FIT 

MOMAN LEARNS TEAMWORK IN JAPA'IESE COMPANY 

MITT'S NITTS 

DURHAM TEXTILES INDUSTRY LED 9Y SMALL SPECIALISTS 

MIXED DRINKS 

SEE LIOUOR-BY-THE-ORINK. N.C. 

MOBIL OIL to. 

•97 FESTIVAL GETS SlOCiOOO FROM MOBIL OIL 



SUBJECTS 



PAGc o?2 



MOBILE CITY BAND 

MOBILE CITY REUNION RARF , 



RESOUNDING SUCCESS 



T FAMILIES HOMELESS AFTER BOUNCY STORM 
INCREASE 



3-2 



MOBILE HOMES 

SEE ALSO MANUFACTURED HOUSING 

MOBILE HOME NEAR NEW HILL BUR>i S. KILLING HUSBANOt MIFF 

aUTNER PLANNING BOARD REVERSES REZONING ACTION 

MAN AND mCMAN DIE IN FIRE AT "OBILE HOME 

BLIGHT OR BOON? m:)3ILE "QME CDNTRPvERSy CONTINUES 

HOME SWFET MANUFACTURED HOME 

PERSON MOBILE HOME PROPOSAL C'lTICIZEP 

CEEDMOOR VOTES NOT TO SELL MATER TO PROPOSED PARK 

FIRE DAMAGES MOBILE HOME 

PFRSON CLOSER TO SETTING MOBILE HOME PARK RULES 

FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE hqme 

MOBILE HOME PARK DECISION APPEALED 

PFRSON COUNTY MOBILE HOME ORDINANCE OK "1 

GRANVILLE SUPERIOR COURT TO h; AR APPEAL 

CREEQMOOR STICKS TO DENYING Mi TER FOR PROPOSED PARK 

CREEDMOOR VOTES AGAIN TO KEEP wATFR from park 

N.C. MOVES INTO 2N0 PLACE IN -OBILE HOME SHIPMENTS 

STATE STUDIES NEW ZONING FOR ''GBILE HOMES 

OUTRAGE EXPRESSED OVER DRDINA-JCE ON MOBILE HOMES 

ORANGE PUARD ORDINANCE EMBARRASSING 

NEW ORANGE ORDINANCE IS AN UN*=AIR BLOW 

ORANGE COUNTY ORDINANCE CALLED ELITIST 

ORDINANCE REOUIRES AMENITIES 

EVERYONE THREATENED 

FLEETWOOD OPEN HOUSE 

RENT HIGH IN CHAPEL HILL 

TWISTER INJURES 5 IN N.C: 

PERSON OKS BUDGET WITH TAX 

RULING FAVORS TRAILER PARK FOES 

WINDS KILL 1 IN JACKSONVILLE 

RESCUERS HOISTED DEMOLISHED TRAILER 

MAN SAYS 'THAT COUCH SAVED My LIFE' 

FIRES DESTROY 2 MOBILE HOMES IN ROXBORO 

PLANNERS URGE ZONING EXCLUSION 

LO«-INCOME HOUSING STUDY OK'O 

MOBILE HOME OESTROYEO BY FIRE IN HILLSBOROUGH 

FIRE'S CAUSE SOUGHT 

TEMPERS FLARE IN HEARING ON MOBILE hqme ZONING 

THREE KILLED IN MOBILE hqme FIRE 

MOBILE HOME RESTRICTIONS OK" ' 

CHATHAM DENIES TRAILER PARK 

MOBILE HOMES BROKEN INTO 

MOBILE HOME OWNERS WIN THEIR ?ATTLE 

MORATORIUM SET ON MOBILE HOME' 

WOMAN DIES IN TRAILER FIRE 

JUDGE PROHIBITS EXPANDING PAR< fqr mqRILE HOMES 

CHATHAM BOARD ASKED TO DROP APPEAL OF RULING 

GOLDEN POND 3R0 HEARING BEING SOUGHT 

CONSTRUCTION FORECAST FOR STATE ROSY 

SBI ASKED TO JOIN SEARCH FOR WOMAN 

MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE UNII 

SEE AMBULANCE SERVICE. DURHAM C3UNTY 

MOBILE RESTAURANTS 

SEE ALSO FAST FOOD BUSINESSES 

FAST-COOO PLACES SPROUTING CQMPACT ROLLING RESTAURANT": 

MOBILE TELEPHONES 

SEE ALSO CELLULAR PHONE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES. U.S. 

MORE PEOPLE ARE DOING DEALS ON WHEELS 

MOCK JURY TRIAL 

LAWYER FINDS HISTRIONICS DRAW CROWDS AT FESTIVAL 

MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 
SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 

MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION IS SET 
TRADITIONS 

MOCKSVILLE, N.C. 

POLICEMAN DROPS HIS BID FOR REINSTATEMENT 

MOCKSVILLE TEEN-AGER GETS HEA^T TRANSPLANT 

JOHN FOSTER, "l. ONE OF STATE'S IST BLACK OFFICERS 

MODEL "OATS 

SEE ALSO BOATS 

MODEL BATTLESHIP SAILED INTO N.C. PORT BY RETIRED TEACHER 

MODEL CARS 

see ALSO AUTOS (see also names df specific autos and auto manufacturers) 

THESE DRIVERS GET THRILLS. SPILLS OF AUTO RACING WITHOUT DANGER 

MODEL TRAINS 

SEE RAILROADS. MODEL 

MODELS 

AREA STUDENTS TAKE AWARDS FOR MODELING 

DURHAM W0"AN ASPIRING MODEL 

YOUNG DURHAM DANCER CHOSEN TO MODEL FOR NATIONAL MAGAZINE 

FASHIONS SUIT LARGER WOMEN 

MODERN DANCE 

SEE ALSO DANCE 

FRANCE TO HONOR DANCE FESTIVAL'S REINHAOI 
FRENCH WILL HONOR DANCE FESTIVAL HEAD 



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H 2 1/03/P6 9 



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H 1 


1/29/P6 






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H 1 


1/30/86 


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H 1 


2/04/86 


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5 60 


H 3 


2/07/86 


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H 1 


2/19/96 


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S 2 


2/19/66 


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H I 


2/27/86 


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S 2 


2/2B/fl6 


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H 2 


3/23/"6 


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S 2 


3/31/86 


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H 3 


4/03/86 


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H 2 


4/11/86 


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H 2 


4/IS/86 


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H 2 


4/17/86 


A 




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H 2 


4/17/86 


A 




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H 2 


4/18/36 


A 




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H 1 


4/25/86 


B 




M 




H 2 


4/28/86 


A 




L 




H 2 


5/2D/86 


A 




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H I 


6/18/P6 


c 




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H 2 


6/28/86 


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sao 


H 2 


7/D3/86 


A 




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H 2 


7/04/86 


c 


4 P 


N 




H 2 


7/04/86 


c 




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H 1 


7/29/86 


b 




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S 2 


6/07/86 


A 




N 


aio 


H 3 


8/05/86 


c 




N 


Mln 


H 3 


a/06/86 


c 




N 




S 7 


8/06/86 


A 




N 




H 3 


10/J7/86 


B 




N 


L90 


H I 


10/14/86 


c 




N 




H 3 


10/14/B6 


C 




N 


MIO 


H 3 


10/21/86 


B 




N 


K65 


S 2 


10/25/86 


A 




N 




H 3 


11/04/66 


c 




N 


••10 


H 3 


1 1/11/86 


c 




N 


"10 


H 2 


11/15/86 


c 




N 




H 3 


11/29/86 


c 




N 


K65 


H 3 


12/02/86 


c 




N 


K65 


S 2 


12/11/86 


c 




N 




H 2 


12/21/86 


F 




N 




H 2 


12/31/86 


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12 


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H 2 5/19/86 A 2" P U L4l 



5 7 9/11/86 A 6 P F r.59 
H 2 7/05/86 A 11 H 



S 2 10/03/86 All N 

S 2 10/06/86 C I P P R76 



H 2 2/13/86 A 18 N 
H 2 7/09/85 A 15 N 
H 2 12/31/86 C 4 M 



2 4/21/86 3 7 P N 



H 2 12/29/86 c 1 p V sen 



H 2 5/08/86 C 6 N 

S 2 5/l?/86 A 6 P F S27 

H 2 3/2°/86 A 22 N 

S 2 10/J7/86 A 6 » F S27 



H 2 4/10/86 A 1 
S 7 4/10/86 A 3 



MONTHLY/A 



N f< U A L 
1/01/86 - 



1 n e X 

U/31/96 



SUBJECTS 



fA'-.E 633 
1/0^/17 



AOF •16: EXHItARATION. CONFUSION ANO QUESTIGN 



MOM -N' POPS RESTAURANTS 

SEE ALSO SESTAUPANTSt N.C. 

IT STARTED WITH: 'POP, FILL 



ER UP; MOM, FIX ME A HOT DOG' 



MOMENT OF SILENCE 
SEE ALSO PRAYER 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLSt N.C. RELIGla>) 
SEE ALSO SEPARATION OF CHURCH A^^ STATE 

STUDENT SAYS MOMENT OF SILENCE TOO SHORT 

MOMENT OF SILENCE 

MONA LISA IFILMl 

•MONA LISA' IS A TALE RF-TOLD WITH CLASS, POWER 
THIS 'MONA LISA' IS HAUNTING TOO 

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO FOOTPALL 

SEE ALSO SPORTS. TELEVISION COVFRAG? 
THIS STOCK'S PREFERRED 

MONDAY NIGHT LIVE 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO ART SCHOOL (NOW CENTER FOR VISUAL C PERFORMING ARTSl 
IT'S MONDAY'S 'BEST' 
IN THF SPOTLIGHT 
MONDAY NIGHT LIVE FINALE PROVES PLEASING TO EAR 

MONEY 

SEE CURRENCY 

MONEY MAILFR INC. 

ARE ADS GETTING DUMBER? OR ARE WE GETTING SMARTER? 

MONITOR FOUNnATION 

SEE USS MONITOR RESEARCH ANO RECOVERY FOUNDATION 

THE MONKEES IHUSIC GROUP) 

UNC CONCERT TICKETS TO GO ON SALE 

TICKETS GO ON SALE MONDAY FOR OCT. 17 MONKEES CONCERT AT UNC 

THE MONKEES SWING INTO CHAPEL HILL 

MONKEES ET 4L AWFUL AS EVER 

MONKEES ARE BETTER THAN OBSCEME NOISES 

MONKEY TOP 

SEE POWE HOUSE 

MONKEYS 

SEE ALSO LEMURS 

AFFECTIONATE MO"ENr 

DUKE HAN'S TASK: SAVE BRAZIL'S MONKEYS 

MONKS 

MONKS REACH OUT TO COMMUNITY 

MQNOOCTANOIN 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

DUKE DRUG MAY DISSOLVE GALLSTONES 

MONUSOOIUM GLUTAMATE 

MSG IS LOW IN SODIUM 

MONTAGNARD 

SEE ALSO HMGNG PEOPLE 
SEE ALSO REFUGEES 

N.C. NEW HOME FOR JOG VIETNAM REFUGEES WHO HELPED SPECIAL FORCES 

•BUT. DON'T YOU HAVE VIET CONG IN AMERICA?' 

N.C. PIEDMONT PREPARES FOR 200 VIETNAM REFUGEES 

JOO MDNTAGNARDS ARRIVE IN U.S. 

MONTAGNARD REFUGEES ARRIVE IN NORTH CAROLINA 

MONTAGNAROS GET TASTE OF AMERICA 

MONTAGNARO'S CHRISTMAS PEACEFUL AT LAST 

MONTALDO'S 

EX-EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH BREAKING. ENTERING 
FASHION SHOW WILL HAVE FLASHY CLOTHES 

MONTANA 

TAR HEEL BECAME LEADER IN MONTANA 

MONTESSORI SCHOOLS 

STUDENTS RAISE 11. nO CLEANING UP ROADSIDES 

MONTESSORI PROGRAM JOINS CITY SCHOOL 

5 TEACHERS GET SHORTER WORK Y=ARS 

MONTESSSOB I-POWE MERGER CREAr=S FIRST SUCH N.C. PROGRAM 

SCHOOLS WEIGH MONTESSORI IDEAL. PUPIL ACCESS 

KEEP FAIRNESS IN SCHOOLS 

CITY oOARD TO DISCUSS MONTESSORI PROGPA" 

MONTESSORI PROGRAM SPARKS DEBATE 

MONTESSORI ACCESS WIRRIES PARENTS 

MONTESSORI CONCEPT FINE. POWE DEAL NOT 

PROGRAM AT POWE REJECTED: SURPRISE VOTE ENDS MONTESSORI PLANS 

HAMMONDS WANTS NEW MONTESSORI VOTE 

MONTESSORI CLASS: EXPERIENCE IS CRUCIAL 

HAMMONDS: ACCESS. RACE WORRIES HURT MONTESSORI 

PUBLIC NEEDS TO KNOW BEFORE MAJOR VOTES TAKEN 

MONTESSORI ISSUE MAY BE REVIE'JED 

SCHOOL BOARD SNUBS MONTESSORI PROGRAM AGAIN 

SCHOOL POARO'S MONTESSORI VOTf WAS NOT PRE-ARPAGNED 

SFhOOL PUARD again pars HONTESSiiHI PLAN 

BOARD'S DECISION PRAISED 

MAN SYMPATHIZES ON MONTESSORI WOES 

SCHOOL PUARD'S SILENCE WAS CONFUSING 

LOST OPPORTUNITIES 

MONTESSORI OFFERED SPACE AT WHITTEO 

FAYETTEVILLE ST. SCHOOL TO GET NEW PRINCIPAL 

MONTESSORI SCHOOL MOVES INTO :hURCH: WHITTEn OFFER NIXED 

MONTESSORI GETS N'^W HOME 

'DOUBTS' SPUR MONTESSORI ENROLLMENT DIP 

PRIVATE SCHOOL CREDITS WOULD GIVE REAL CHOICE 

MONTGOMERY ANO ALDRIDGE TIRE CO. 
FLAKY ART 

MONTGOMERY WARD 

IVEY'S OFFICIALS STILL QUIET ON SOUTH SOUARE MOVE 
IVEY'S TO REPLACE MONTGOMERY WARD AT MALL 
IVEY'S TO OPEN STORE ON OLD WARD'S SITE 

MONTREAL EXPOS 

'YOUTHFUL' RAINFS KEEPS GETTING BETTER 
DURHAM NATIVE SHINES IN RETURN 

MQCN 

SEE ALSO FULL MOON 

RARE ALIGNMENT MAY BRING EXTREME TIDES NEXT WEEK 



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H 2 9/24/H6 1 



S 2 a/21/B6 U 7 P N 
H2 8/2?/ 86 6PN 
H 2 a/29/86 D 3 » C8S 



H 2 3/02/86 B 7 P U L<.l 



S2 9/13/ P6C 3 N 

H 2 9/l'./86 C 6 N UBO 

S 2 9/13/86 D 2 N 

H 2 10/24/86 U 3 P R L 4 1 

H 2 U/1I/B6 A 4 L 



H 1 8/30/86 C 1 P P 

H 2 11/11/86 B 4 P N 180 



S 2 4/23/86 B 1 P F G59 

S 2 4/30/86 A 1 N 
H 7 7/23/86 A 4 L 



10/06/86 

11/16/86 

1 1/21/86 

11/25/86 

11/26/86 

11/27/86 C 13 

12/26/86 b 4 



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1 
2 
3 



S 2 2/13/86 C 1 N 

S 2 10/27/86 B 1 P F S27 



S 2 1/23/86 A 



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5/29/86 





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6/30/86 


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7/03/86 


8 


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7/04/86 


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H 


2 


7/14/P6 


A 


4 


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S 


2 


7/15/86 


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1 


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S84 


H 


2 


7/17/86 


B 


1 


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7 


7/17/86 


C 


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S84 


H 


2 


7/24/86 


A 


4 


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H 


2 


7/29/86 


A 


1 


N 


J40 


5 


2 


7/29/36 


A 


1 


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SJ4 


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7/30/86 


A 


4 


L 




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2 


7/30/86 


C 


1 


N 


J 40 


s 


2 


7/30/86 


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7/30/86 


c 


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S34 


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2 


8/01/86 


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8/01/86 


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6/12/86 


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1 


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s 


2 


8/12/86 


A 


7 


N 


S64 


H 


2 


8/24/86 


c 


1 P 


N 


P33 


S 


2 


8/25/86 


A 


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2 


8/29/86 


c 


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584 


H 


2 


9/10/86 


A 


4 


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2 


12/27/86 


A 


1 P 


p 


T37 


s 


2 


1/16/86 


A 


1 


N 




H 


2 


3/01/86 


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1 


N 




s 


2 


3/01/86 


A 


5 


N 




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4/04/66 





7 O 


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P52 


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r.i«mw;iMiuMiMiwimwgw«MH 



LY/4NMU4L INUEX 

1/01/36 - l2/3l/8b 



SUBJECTS 



S I 

E L 
C PG L 



THE MOON PINNACE IROOKI 
NOVEL H4S VITALITY. 



SMOOTHNESS 



"OONLIGHTIMG 

SOME TEACHERS MOONLIGHTING TO PAY BILLS 

MOONSHINE 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL. ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO GaSOHQL 

CAMPAIGN KICKOFF 

NCAA DEFMS HO'EPRO INELIGIBLE AT HOUSTON 

VA. LAWMEN SAY L lOUOB STILLS BEING FIRED UP 

HOSPITAL RELEASES TEENS WHO 0» ANK ILLEGAL LIQUOR 

HE MAKES IT VERY PLAIN 'ALKEEHOL' NOT FOR SALE 

MOONSHINING ON THE RISE 

ARRESTS FOR MOONSHINE SKYROCKET 

MQORE. VAN ALLEN AND ALLEN 

SEE ALSO MOORE ANO VAN ALLEN 

DURHAM LAW FIRM TO MERGE INTO ONE OF LARGEST lU STATE 
LARGEST DURHAM, CHARLOTTE LAW FIRMS PLAN TO MERGE 

MOORE ANO VAN ALLEN 

SEE ALSO MOORE. VAN ALLEN ANO ALLEN 

SEE ALSO POWE. PORTER. ALPHIN. ANO WHICHARD 

DURHAM LAW FIRM TO MgRGF INTO ONE OF LARGEST IN STATE 

LARGEST DURHAM, CHARLOTTE LAW FIRMS PLAN TO MERGE 

MOORF COUNTY, N.C. 

FATAL FIRE FOP FIVE 

FIRE DRIVES PARENTS SACK IN ATTFMPT TO SAVE 5 CHILDREN 

FUNERAL SET TODAY FOR FIRE VICTIMS 

CLEANUP OF HAZARDOUS WASTES ON HOLD IN MOORE COUNTY TOWN 

OHIO MAN HOPES TO STRIKE GOLD IN MOORE COUNTY 

MAN SEEKS TO GET GOLD OUT OF MOORE COUNTY HILLS 

CHEMICALS CONTAMINATE EIGHT WELLS IN MOORE 

MOORE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

MOORE VOTERS OK TWO BONO ISSUES 

ORANGE LANDSLIDE PROPELS SENATORS TO NEW TERMS 

MOORE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SHOOTING VICTIM WAS SERIOUSLY ILL. DOCTOR S«YS 
WOMAN TELLS OF STRUGGLE WITH COCAINE ADDICTION 

MOORE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

MOORE PANEL TO CONSIDER SCHOOL BAN OF STEINBECK'S 'CRAPES OF WRATH' 

REPORT SAYS CENSORS SEEK TO BAN IDEAS 

4 DISTURBING TREND 

PUBLIC SCHOOL OFFICIALS SHOULD RESIST CENSORS 

WOMAN DROPS COMPLAINT AGAINST ' THF GRAPES OF WRATH' 

THE BACKLASH 

SCHOOL BOARDS SHOULD REJECT TRIVIAL CENSORSHIP 

MOORf COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 

SUSPECT'S DEATH BELIEVED SUICIDE 

MOORESVILLE TRIBUNE 

UNCLE DAN STILL ALIVE; READERS DROP 

MOPED 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 

DURHAM TEEN CHARGED WITH STEALING MOPED 

STOLEN GOODS 4RF RECOVERED; THREE 4RRESTeD 

CAR. MOPED THFFTS A PROPLEM FTR POLICE 

RISE IN CAR, MOPED THEFTS CONCERN POLICE OFFICIALS 

MAN SAYS HE WAS ABDUCTED, BEATEN, ROBBED 

TEEN CHARGED IN HIT ANO RUN 

MAN WITH PISTOL ROBS Ifc-YEAR-OLP EMPLOYEE 

MORAL MAJORITY 

SEE ALSO LIBERTY FEDERATION 

WHAT HOLDS FALWELL'S 'MAJORITY' 



TOGETHER? 



MORALITY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL FEDERATION FO' DECENCY 
TEACHING OF VALUES A DUTY OF SCHOOLS 
IS EVIL GOOD? 

TEACHING VALUES CAN THREATEN FREEDOM 
'VALUES' EDITORIAL JUST RIGHT 
NEED FOR VALUES DEVIOUS 
TRY SOME MORALITY PILLS 
MORALITY FROM EDITORIAL 

MORATOC INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 

ANCIENT CANOES FOUND AS PHELPS LAKE SHRINKS 

MORAVIAN LOVEFEAST 

FOLDING FOR FEAST 

CLUB WILL MAKE RESERVOIR BRIG-IT WITH CANDLELIGHT 

M0P4VI4NS 

SEE 4LS0 AMISH 

SEE ALSO PETHABARA (MORAVIAN CHURCH) 

MORAVIAN LEADER CITES GROWTH TBSTACLES 

MQRDECAI HISTORIC PARK 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

MOPEHEAD CITY, N.C. 

FOSSILIZED WHALE NECKDONE FOUND 

SYMPHONIC STRAINS TO WAFT ACR'ISS CRYSTAL COAST 

B'lnCE WORK 

SHARKS' UNC PROFESSOR IS HOOKED ON STUDYING THEM 

SPANNING POGUE SOUND 

MOREHEAO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
SEE MOREHEAO SCHOOL 

MOREHEAO FOUNDATION 

PRITCHETT TO HEAD GA. FOUNDATION 

PRITCHETT ANNOUNCEMENT SURPRISES N.C. EDUCATORS 

MOREHEAD FOUNDATION TAPS DIRECTOR 

MOPEHEAD HILLS 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO JFK TOWERS 

SEE ALSO J. J. HENDERSLN TOWERS 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITUFNS 

STORE OPERATOR GOES ON TRIAL IN THEFTS CASE 

POLICE TASK FORCE OUT TO GET nuRHAM 'FENCES' 

BONO DENIED AGAIN FOR MERCHANT 

22 CONVICTIONS ARE OVERTURNED IN BREAK-INS CASE 



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=000 BILLS EASIER TO SWALLOW 



RLINO IN N.C. 



WQOEHEAD HILLS NE IGHBOKHDOD ASSOCIATION 
RESIDENTS OPPOSE INJURY-CENTER PLAN 
A SENSE OF COMMUNITY 

"OREHEAD PLANETARIUM 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL MTREHEAO PLANETARIUM 

MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDENT 
MOREHEAO OFFICIALS SET FINAL INTERVIEWS 
60 RECEIVE MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIPS 
DURHAM STUDENTS AMONG M0REHEA3 SCHOLARS 

EX-SCHOLARS ASKED FOR HELP IN MATCHING CHALLENGE GRANT 
PERSON. GRANVILLE MOREHEAD AWARD NOMINEES SFLECTEO 
MOREHFAO FOUNOATION TAPS DIRE: TOR 

DURHAM, HENDERSON STUDENTS AMONG mqreHEAD FINALISTS 
MOREHEAD SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS NAMED 

MOREHEAD SCHOOL 

WHAT BIG EYES 

HOHILF LUNCHES MAKE SCHOOLS' 

YOUNG TALENT 

HONORING TEACHERS 

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IS... 

SOME ENCOURAGING SIGNS 

MOPEHEAD SCHOOL FQP THE BLIND 
SEE ALSO BLIND 

LOW ENROLLMENT THREATENS FUTU'E OF SCHOOLS FOR OEAF, 
ALUMNI DEFEND SCHOOL FOR BLIND 

MORGAN CREEK 

GREENWAYS REPORT DRAWS OBJECTION FROM RESIDENTS 

MORGAN ST. 

PACT TO PROVIDE OFFICE BUILOIMG PARKING OK'D 

TOWERS SITE MAY REQUIRE REZONING, STREET CLOSING 

COUNCIL OKS TOWERS' ZONING CHANGE 

BUSINESSMAN URGES COUNCIL TO < EEP RONEY STREET OPEN 

LET'S SEE EVIDENCE OF DURHAM'S FUTURE 

PROUD PAPA 

TWIN TOWERS 

DURHAM'S wall: THIS IS AN IRRITATION WE CAN LIVE WITH 

WORK IN PROGRESS 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE FAVORS NEW SIGNS ALONG MORGAN ST. 

MOPGANTOM, N.C. 

MAN IS CONVICTED OF THREE SLAYINGS 

IT WAS SO COLO... 

BLASTING OUTFIT 

MORGANTON OFFICER CLEARED IN SHOOTING 

IT'S NOT A STICKUP 

FAMILY WANTS TO PRESERVE SEN. ERVIN'S HOME 

SCHOOL LESS OF AN ORDEAL FOR STUDENTS WITH 'PARTNERS' 

MORGANTON POLICE OEPT. 

MORGANTON MAN KILLED BY OFFICER 

MORGANTON POLICE OFFICER CLEARED IN SHOOTING DEATH 

MORMONS 

A FAMILY FOCUS: LIFE IN UNC'S STUDENT FAMILY HOUSING 
FORMER BEAUTY flUEEN ACCUSES PAPER OF LIBEL 

MORNING SICKNESS 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

CRACKERS HELP STOP MORNING SICKNESS 

MOROCCO 

OR. WALKER HOST FOR FUND-RAISER 
SEE MOROCCO ICARTOONI 

MORRIS ROWLAND UTILITY INC. (RALEIJH. N.C.I 
CONTRACTOR INDICTED IN WORKER'S DEATH 

MORRI SON-KNUDSEN CO. INC. 

REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. DISPUTES CLAIMS 

MORRISVILLE, N.C. 

MORRISVILLE PLANS CLEANUP PROT.RAM 

CYANIDE FOUND IN N.C. -MADE EXCtDRIN KILLS WASH. WOMAN 

EXCEOPIN WARNING GOES NATIONWIDE; PLANT 'CLEAN' 

PARK PLANNED FOR BUSINESS AT MORRISVILLE 

SIGNIFICANT DISCREPANCIES REPaRTED IN TRIANGLE JOB APPLICATIONS — SURVEY 

MORRISVILLE PLANS ITS PRIME LOCATION 

MORROW MOUNTAIN STAT^ PARK 
SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C. 
TRAILBLAZER 

MORTALITY RATES 
SEE DEATH RATE 
SEE INFANT MORTALITY 

MORTGAGE RATES 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

FALLING MORTGAGE RATES FUELIN', SALES OF HOMES 
DURHAM HO'-EBUYERS' DILEMMA: LIU INTEREST, HIGH LAND PRICES 
CO:UI>IUEO DOWNWARD TREND EXPECTED FOR INTEREST RATES 
...AND IN TRIANGLE, TREND IS THE SAME FOR FAMILY HOMES 

MORTGAGE RATES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

MORTGAGE PATES DROP BELOW 10» IN DURHAM 
DURHAM VA LOAN RESTRICTIONS EASED 
DURHAM AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 
DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

MORTGAGE RATES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

ANOTHER RECORD YEAR SEEN FOR N.C. THRIFTS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 



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imti i'7iTrriiiiiiiiii<iiiiiii»ii/ii^wii 



MONTHLt/AN*JUAL 

1/01/86 - 



INDEX 
12/31/36 



SObJECTS 



Pake 6i6 
l/0''/'7 



THE STRFSS OF .tORK CAN UNOEOHINE HEALTH CF FXFCUTIVES AMD SECRETARIfS 
INTEREST RATE DIP HAS IHOUSAmS SEEKING REAL ESTATE LICENSES 
3ANK'5 "ESSAGE GETS REPLIES — IRATE PHOnE CALLS 
FIRST-TIHE BUYERS ELIGIBLE FO' 8.3X MORTGAGE RATE 
AGENCV HILL HELP PAY MORTGAGES 

•'ORTGAGE RATES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 

MORTGAGE LENDERS WANT INCOME PROM ESCROW ACCOUNTS 

TO PE LEADER. SATS MILLIONAIRE, LOOK LIKE LEADER. ACT LIKE ONE 

HOHE-nUYING MARKETS ARE EXPECTED TO CHANGE DRAMATICALLY IN 5 YEARS 

LDw MORTGAGES FUEL HOME PRICE RISE 

DURHAM-AREA MORTGAGE RATES 

MORTGAGES 

SEE ALST FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO HOIiE-EOUITY LOANS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. COSTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, LOAN PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES 

SEE ALSO VETERANS ADMINISTRATION MORTGAGES 

LAh SAYS BUYERS MUST BE NOTIFIED ABOUT FLOOD PLAIN 

DEMAND UP <,6t FOR DURHam-maOE LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS 

MORTICIANS 

SEE ALSO FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND "ORTICtAN ASSOCIATION OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO FUNERALS 

SEE ALSO N. C. BOARD OF MORTUARY SCIENCE 

SANDLIN TRIES TO RENEW HIS MQJTICIAN LICENSE 

S'NDLIN DECISION DUE IN MONTH 

LIVE LONGER. PRE-PLAN YOUR FLPIERAL — MORTICIAN 

POLICE PONOER POLICY CHANGE ON FUNERAL PROCESSION ESCORTS 

POLICE REVIEW THEIR FUNERAL ESCORT SERVICE 

MARKETING HITS MORTUARIES 

MORTON THIOKHL 

FOKMER ASTRONAUTS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR... ICARTOONl 



MOSES CONE HO 
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OPERATIC 
2 RECEIV 
ORGANS T 
DUKE DOC 
AIDS ANT 
DOCTORS 
DOCTORS 
TPANSPLA 
HOSPITAL 
LEGIONNA 
EXPERTS 
EAR IMPL 



SPITal IGREENSBORO. N.C.I 

RCHARGE GETS U.S. paQBE OF HOSPITAL 

N MAY HELP N.C. MAN HEAR GRANDCHILDREN 

E ORGANS FROM AIDS VICTIM 

RAN5PLANTE0 FROM MAN ilTH AIDS ANTIBODIES 

TOR: AIDS INCIDENT HA", LESSON 

IBODIES CASE AFFECTS TRANSPLANT TESTS 

RAISE QUESTIONS ABOUT ORGAN TRANSPLANTS 

SAY GREENSBORO TRANSPLANT CASE TAUGHT LESSONS 

NT PATIENT TESTS NEGATIVE FOR AIDS VIRUS 

UNIT IS Shut DOWN 
IRES' DISEASE BACTERIA FOUND IN N.C. WATER 
CONVERGE ON HOSPITAL AFTER LEGIONNAIRES* OUTBREAK 
ANTS GIVE GIFT OF SOUND 



MOSLEMS 

SEE MUSLIMS 

M0S3UITDES 

SEE ALSO INSECTS. PESTS 
SEE ALSO MALARIA 

LATE SUMMER RAINS BRING IN BUMPER CROP OF HOSOUITOES 

MOSS 

MOSS PLANTS ARE OFTEN MI S I DENT IF I ED 

MOST SERIOUS PROOUCTIONS 

3 ACCUSED OF FRAUD OVER DAVIS CONCERT 

TICKET CASE BONO CUT IS DENIEH 

BOND TERMS CHANGED IN CONCERT CASE 

CHARGE DROPPED IN CONCERT CASE 

Two RETURN FROM NYC. GO STRAIGHT TO JAIL 

FRAUD SUSPECT CUT ON BOND 

CONCERT WITHOUT AN ACT BRINGS INDICTMENTS 

TICKET SCAM CHARGES DISMISSED 

MOST WANTED LIST (CRIMINALS! 
SEE BIG SIX LIST 



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MAN CHAOGEO IN STABBING 

BURGLAR TAKES MONEY FROM MOTE'. 

COUNTY ckS BIGGER OAK G'OVE SUBDIVISION 

MAN "BUYING" CAR STEALS IT FROM LOT 

MOTELS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOTELS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO N.C. MOTEL ASSICIAtION 

IF ALL HOTELS PLANNED FOR DURHAM AREA ARE BUILT, 

STONE BUYS MQTEL. LAND "iEAR TOwER 

1-85 MOTEL GETS NOD FOR TALLE' SIGN 

MOTELS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO HIGHWOnOS HOWARD JOHNSON IR4LEIGH) 
SEE ALSO HOTELS. N.C. 

POLICE REPORT SERIES OF MOTEL ROBBERIES IN Two COUNTIES 

MOTEL GETS BCMB THREAT 

ROU BEST WESTERN MAY MOVE 

HOTEL, MOTEL TAX FOR DURHAM 0< " D RY SENATE 

MOTHER EARTH NFwS (MAGAZINE! 
SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 

"MOTHER EARTH NEWS" MAGAZINE SOLO 

CHANGED MOTHER CARTH NEWS MAY BE MQVEO TO NEW YORK 

WHAT ON (MOTHER! EARTH, IT'S JUST NOT SAME OLD MAGAZINE 

MQTHER-OF-THE-YEAR, OURHAH 

NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FQR MOTHERS OF YEAR 
NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FQR MOTHER OF YEAR 
MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

MOTHERS 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS, ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO SINGLE MOTHERS 

SEE ALSO SURROGATE MOTHER 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, CAREERS 

FOR TEEN MOTHERS, LIVING, DlgAMING GO ON 

WOMEN HAVE BERN MISLED 

N.C. WOMAN GETS 3 LIFE SENTENCES FOR INFANT DEATHS 

NEVER TOD LATE TO HONOR MOTHER 

MOTHER'S day: FOR SOME. A T I MC OF LONELINESS 

ONCE A MOTHER ALWAYS A MQThER 

MOTHER OF 14 KIDS HAS 10 GRADUATES — AND COUNTING 

MY MOTHER'S DAY COLUMN MADE THIS READER ANGRY 

A BUSY MOM 



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IJ/31/R6 



wnHJN SENTENCED FOR KILLING CHILD 
WOMAN IS CONVICTED OF BURNING HER 8A8V 
NOMINEES SOUGHT FOR HONORS 
MOTHERS SURVEYED ON OUTSIDE IMTEREST3 
■> MOTHER'S RONE M4RR0M GIFT OFF'^RS NEW LIFE TO SON 
HIDEAR RELATES JOY OF RAISING 16 CHILDREN 
DEADLINE SET FOR MOTHERS' LITERARY CONTEST 
MOHAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING FAMILY 
N.C. WOMAN LOCATES MOTHER WHO LEFT HER ".0 YEARS AGO 

THE MOTHERS IMUSIC GROUPl 

OF THE COMNFLLS. THE CHURCH AND THE MOTHERS 

MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNKEN DRIVING IHAOni 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

HOW TO DRIVE WHEN YOU'RE DRUNK. SPONSOKFD BY M.A.D.D. CADI 
HADD FOCUS ON PROMS. GRADUATIONS 
owl SCOREBOARD (ADI 

MADO LEADER URGES SUPPORT FOR 'ORAM SHOP' BILL 
OWI SCOREBOARD ( AD 1 

POLICE CHIEF CITES EPIDEMIC: WAR DECLARED ON DRUGS 
owl SCOREBOARD lAOl 
DRINKING LAW WRONG 
DON'T PAROLE DRUNKEN DRIVER 
MADD DOESN'T KNOW 
MADD VIGIL SCHEDULED TODAY 

MOTHER'S DAY 

SEE ALSO r.RANOPARENT'S DAY 

TAKE A HIKE. SEE A PLAY. MEET A MUMMY! ENTERTAINING MOM 

NEVER TOO LATE TO HONOR MOTHER 

MOTHER'S day: for SOME. A TIME Of LONELINESS 

MY MOTHER'S DAY COLUMN MADE THIS READ^^R ANGRY 

MOTHS 

MOTHS DESTROY CLOTHING 

MOTION PICTURES 

SEE FILM INDUSTRY 

MOTOR OIL 

HOUSE ENDORSES MEASURE TO KILL CONSECUTIVE TERM AMENDMENT 

MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

CHECK OF AUTO INSPECTORS TURNS UP LOT OF VIOLATIONS 

MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C. LICENSE PLATES 

SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES. N.C. 

CAR FEE BACK IN TOWN 

CARRbORO TAGS DUE 

CARRBORO APPROVES LOWER HEIGHT LIMITS ON SO»e BUILDINGS 

CRACKDOWN PLANNED OVER AUTO STICKERS 

DEAOLINF IS EXTENDED 

VEHICLE STICKERS SENT OUT 

CITY SEEKS HIGHFR AUTO LICENSE TAX 

OPrRATOR LOSES STATE CONTRACT ON LICENSE TAGS 

MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. PROPERTY TAXES 
SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
SEE ALSO TAXES. N.C. 

TAX SWITCH PROPOSED FOR MOTOR VEHICLES 

CHANGF IN MOTOR VEHICLE TAX P.^SITIVF AND NEGATIVE 

MOTOR VEHICLE TAX MAY BE TRADED IN 

LEGISLATOR WANTS AUTO TAX REFORM 

«5 AUTO TAX ON COUNCIL'S 1987 LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 

LEGISLATIVE LIST MAY INCLUDE NEW FEES 

MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. MOTORCYCLE 

MORRISVILLE MAN KILLED IN MOTORCYLE ACCIDENT 

MOTORCYCLE WRFCK KILLS BRAGG SOLDIER 

GRANVILLE HAN KILLED IN MISHAP 

BIKE WRECK KILLS BRIDGES 

MOTORCYCLE WRECK KILLS MAN 

POLICE SAY BIKE HIT CAR. CAUGHT FIRE 

MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN ORANGE COUNTY 

MOTORCYCLE GANGS 
SEE ALSO GANGS 

VIRGINIA AUTHORITIES BLAME SIX MURDERS ON BUNGLED DRUG DEAL 

MOTORCYCLES 

SEE ALSO DIRT BIKES 
SEE ALSO HELMETS 

TEENS CHARGED IN motorcycle THEFTS 

OFF-DUTY OFFICER CHARGED 

CYCLIST CHARGED AFTER LEADING CHASE 

A DOC AND HIS BIKE 

MOTORCYCLIST LOSES CHASE 

MOTORCYCLIST CHARGED AFTER lOD-MPH CHASE 

POLICE: SHOT FIRED AT CYCLIST 

TWO ACCUSED OF STEALING MOIORHIKES 

MOTORCYCLES. THEFTS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS. THEFTS 

STOLEN MOTORCYCLE RECOVERED: 2 HELD 

MOTOROLA INC. 

PERSON COUNTY TO PURCHASE COMMUNICATIONS EOUIPHENT 

MOUNT. WHITE. KING. HUTSON. WALKER AND GARDEN 
DURHAM INDUSTRY COUNCIL INCORPORATES 

MOUNT AIRY. N.C. 

REFRIGERATOR EXPLOSION CAUSES 135.000 DAMAGE 

MT. AIRY BREAKDOWN 

TOWN WARNS 13 FIRMS TO STOP POLLUTING WATER 

MOUNT CELO 

GOVER^■MENT TO BUY MOUNT CELO LAND 
MOUNTAIN LAND OWNER READY TO DISCUSS SALE 

MuUNT EVEREST 

HIGH ROAD TO HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE 

MOUNT GILEAD BAPTIST CHURCH 



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DURHi" CHURCHES &?T GRANT TO DEVcLOP SQC I »L HIMISTRIE!: 

MOUNT HOLLrt N.C. 

ANNEXATION 9ATILES PLARE ACROSS NORTH CAROLINA 

MOUNT MCPE FINISHING CO. 

HILLHEN. RETIRED CHAIRMAN Of FfJISHING COMPANY. DIES 
ROBERT OODDS MILLIKrN. TEXTILE EXECUTIVE. DIES 

MOUNT MITCHELL 

MOST TREES STOP MOUNT MITCHELL DEAD OR DYING 
TREES DYING ON N.C. MOUNTAIN: SCIENTISTS STUMPED BY CAUSE 
RESEARCHER: FORESTS SICKENING ON APPalaChIA'S hI&h SU"miTS 
GOVERNMENT TO BUY MOUNT CELO L AN3 

MOUNT NOPIAH ROAD 

ZONING REQUESTS TO RECEIVE ATTENTION OF COUNCIL PANEL 
CITY EXPLORES DISPOSAL SITE POSSIBILITY 

"T. Pleasant u''Iteo "Ethooist church 
SEE ALSO "ETHOOISTS 
THE JEfllSH CHR ISTIAN 

MOUNT SYLVAN RURITAN CLU9 
NEW OFFICERS 

MOUNT SYLVAN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
CHURCH RECEIVES «20.000 GRANT 
BAZAAR ITEMS 

MOUNTAIN CLIMSIIiG 

HIGH ROAD TO HIMALAYAN ADVENTJRF 

MOUNTAIN DANCE AND FOLK FgsyivAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 
IN The SPOTLir.HT 

""'""^SURpif'cOUNTY^FOLKS CALL MOUNTS IN VIEW ESTATES -FBI HILL' 

MOUNTAIN MOMEN 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, HISTORY 

MOUNTAIN WOMEN PERFORMED CHORES ABOVE THE CALL OF DUTY 

MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO ANDES MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO ROAN MOUNTAIN 
LUREO BY THE UNTIMELY 

MOUNTAIN COUNTIES HIGH IN HIGHWAY FUNDS 

HIKERS FIND MOUNTAIN TRAIL POSTED . _ , » 

RECORD NU-a^R CF TOURISTS hFA^ for N.C. MOUNTAINS TO ESCAPE HEAT 
LATE 'UMMER RAINS MAY PROVIDE GOJO CDLOP SHO« IN MOUNTAINS 
SC'=NIC "OUNTAINTOP BECOMES TOPIC OF EMOTIONAL CONTROVERSY 
MOUNTAIN LAND OWNER READY TO OISCUSS SALE 

"OVIF THEATERS 

SEE ALSO PALACE THEATER IROXBORO. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO THEATERS. N.C. 

ON 5TAGF 

THE PALACE "AY BE THEATER AGAIN 

JAMES BROTHERS WERE bIG DRAWS IN ROXBORO 

MOVING AND STCRAGE 

SEE ALSO MOVING COMPANIES 
SEE ALSO THUC<IN* HOVERS 

ON FIGHTING THE blG bOYS AND THE GOVERNMENT 

1<.IH MOVE IN 15 YEARS LIKE HEADING FOR HOME 

ALAS. FAREWELL 

MOVING COMPANIES 

SEE ALSO MOVING ANO STORAT.E 

ON FIGHTING THE BIG BOYS AND THE GOVERNMENT 

MR. DID 

REAPY TO ROLL 

MR. EO (TELEVISION SHOWl 

SLUR AGAINST MR. EO CASE OF CENSQO-MANIA 

MR. HjAGIE IWILLOWDALE SHOPPING CE'lTERI 
SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS. DURHA" 

MR. HOaGIE restaurant is ROBBED 
1 CHARGED. 2 HURT IN SCUFFLE 

MR. UNC CO'!TEST 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. STUDENTS 
OOOOPS. MR. UNC 

MRS. PENNYFEATHERS PLAYERS 
UNBEARABLE EXCITEMENT 
FREE OF CHARGE 

MUCH A'^O aB'JUT NOTHING 

ACTORS ENJOYING UNC -ADO' , ., , 

PLAYMAKERS "MUCH ADO" IS A REVISIONIST PELK-HT 
THERE'S 'MUCH AOO' ABOUT BARD'S PLAY 

MUD CRFEK (DURHAM COUNTY 1 

SOUTHWEST OUiiHAM NEEDS IMPACT STU'^Y 

CMMISSIUN RAPS DURHAM PLANNER S 

CITY NEFQS TO EASE PRESSURE IN NEW HOPE COkRIOOP area 

COUNCIL. PLANNERS TO OISCUSS COMPLAINTS 

ZONING PANEL TO VOICE GRIEVANIES TODAY 

POLITICS RAPPED IN ZCNING RE3JEST 

PLANNERS. COMMISSION "A'E PEACE 

ZONING POARO GRIPES LEGITIMATE NEWS STORY 

PANELS FORMED TO EASE COUNCIL-PCZ TALK 

"""^''laShl'^Y CONVICTED 0"= OISTRIBUTINi UNSIGNtP FLIERS 
DIRTY CAMPAIGNS HURT POLITICS ANQ THE STaT; 

BROYHILL'S MOO-SLINGING IS DISAPPOINTING ,..„„ 

RULES FOR POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS CHANGE IN •9<.; NEGATIVE AOS TABOO 

MJGGINGS 

SEE ASSAULTS. DURHAM 

SEE ASSAULTS. DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ASSAULTS. N.C. 

SEE ASSAULTS. U.S. 

MUIRHEAO PLAZA 

REACHING OUT 

A TASTE OF SPRING 

CITY THAI CARES 

MULBERRY HILL 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PASE 619 

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COUflTV SCHOOLS NEED t6l MILLION 

75<i-4CRE PROJECT TO GO IN S. TURH4M 

2 LAND PARCELS BOUGHT FOR HOP": VALLEY FARMS 

HOPE VALLEY FARMS TO SEEK ANN=]<ariON 

CITY COUNCIL OKS PEVELOPMENT PACT 

CITY OKS HOPE VALLEY FARMS PACT 

FIR" SHOWS PLANS FOR HO»E PROJECT 

RE20NING FOR HOPE VALLEY OK'O 

MULCHING 

SEE ALSO GARDENING, DURHAM 

MULCHES ACT AS DEFENSE AGAINST WEEDS 

MULES 

HULE MARKET 

MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING 

SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES 

SEE ALSO TOWNHOUSFS 

MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS POPULAR INVESTMENTS 

11.6 HOUSING UNITS A DAY HERE BUILT IN DURHAM DURING FIRST NINE MONTHS 

MULIIFIBER ARRANGEMENT 

SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

TEXTILE PACT GETS 5-YEAR EXTENSION 

MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM DOARO OF REALTORS 

HOUSING OFMANO. LOW INTEREST RATES BUILD STRONG MARKET 
TRIANGLE DEVELOPER GETS LESSON ABOUT AREA BROKERAGE 

MULTIPLE PFRSONAU ITIES 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

•THREE (PLUSI FACES OF E V^ • HAPPILY NOW ONLY ONE 

'EVE- CHAMPIONS FIGHT AGAINST MENTAL ILLNESS 

•EVE* NOW -FREE" AFTER <.<> YEA^S 

FROM '3 FACES" TO ENERGY OF THREE PEOPLE 

CHILD ABUSE DEVASTATING 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 

N.C. FIRE KILLS INVALID MOTHER. 3 CHILDREN 
DUKE RESEARCH MAY SHED LIGHT ON MS 

MUNICIPAL BONDS 

SEE ALSO BOND MARKETS 

MUNICIPAL BOND MARKET RESURGENCE EXPECTED 
TAX ON BOND INTEREST "WOULD NIT TROUBLE" N.C. 
U.S. TAX BILL COULD AFFECT CIVIC CENTER BONOS 
RFPORT ON CENTER BONO EXEMPTION DUE THURSDAY 
BONO TAX COULD COST CITY, COUNTY MUCH 



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MURALS 

BID APPROVED FOR CLEARING AIRPORT LAND 
AIRPORT BUYS MUSEUM MURAL 
AUTUMNAL MURAL 

MURDER. CARRBORO 

POLICE: FISHER STILL SUSPECT IN CARRIE MILKERSON KILLING 
MAN GETS LIFE TERM FOR SLAYING 

MURDER, CHAPEL HILL 

COURT ACTIUN EXPECTED IN STEWART SLAYING 
WRIGHT APPEARANCE IS SET FOR MQNDAY 
ARRAIGNMENT SET IN MURDER CASi^ 
WRIGHT PLEADS GUILTY IN UNC STUDENT'S DEATH 

WRIGHT GETS LIFE TERM: YOUTH PLEADS GUILTY IN SLAYING OF COED 
FOX DEFENDS DECISION ON DEATH PENALTY 
WRIGHT SENTENCED 

FOX OFFENDS HIS DECISION NOT TO SEEK OEATH PENALTY 
HOW FRANTIC SEARCH LEO TO HOPELESS "AGE 
THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY MADE RIGHT DECISION 
STOP THE CRIMINALS 
CARL FOX ACTED CORRECTLY 

HISSED CONNECTIONS: BREAK IN KIDNAPPING DEATH RESULT OF PARENT'S HONESTY 
'IT WAS A VERY HARU THING TO 00. ..WE COULDN'T 00 IT ON OUR OWN- 
CHAPEL HILL HAN SHOT TO DEATH 
HAN RULED ABLE TO FACE MURDER TRIAL 
TRIAL DELAYED 

WIFE CHARGED IN MAN'S DEATH 
DEFENDANT RULED COMPETENT 

WOMAN OECLAREO INCOMPETENT FOR TRIAL IN HUSBAND" S SLAYING 
WITNESSES RECALL SHOOTING SCEME IN BURKE'S MURDER TRIAL 
TRIAL WITNESSES OUOTE MURDER DEFENDANT: 'PEOPLE OUT TO GET ME' 
ORANGE HAN CLEARED OF MURDER TY INSANITY PLFA 
BURKE TO Bt MOVED TO UMSTEAO HOSPITAL 
JUDGE ORDERS MURDER DEFENDANT SENT TO BUTNER 
ONE YEAR LATER, EFFECTS OF CO-ED'S MURDER LINGER 
UNC POLICE: ALL DONE TO AVOID COED MURDER 
MAN ACQUITTED IN KILLING MUST REMAIN IN HOSPITAL 
SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS TERM IN 1<)S<. SLAYING 

MURDER, nuRHAM 

SEE ALSO FELONY MURDER RULE 

SEE ALSO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

GRAND JURY INDICTS YOUTH FOR •MURDER AND ASSAULT 

^MySftl^Tlbl?'!* AT NORTHERN HIGH: CHEERLEADER. 17, KILLED IN. ..PARKING LOT 

DURHAM TEEN CHARGED WITH GIPL'S DEATH 

NORTHERN PREPARED TO HELP STUDENTS COPE 

SHOPTFNED DAY BRINGS SOLACE TO STUDENTS 

STUDENT HELD WITHOUT BONO IN SHOOTING OF CLASSMATE 

SHOOTING PLANNED, REPORTED NOTE SAYS/COURT SOURCES: PAPERS IN. ..TRUCK 

SCHOOL AUDITORIUM SITE FOR "ISS RUSSELL'S RITES 

FAMILY, FRIENOS PACK SERVICES FOR SLAIN STUDENT 

SHERIFF SAYS YOUTH ADMITS ROL"? IN CRIME ON RECORDING 

SLAIN STUDENT GRIEVED 'IN SEASON OF SORROW' 

MURDER SUSPECTED AFTER BODY FOUND 

MAN. T,, CHARGED IN NEIGHBOR'S DEATH 

LAST RESPECTS 

deputies: TAPE TIES HANCUSO TO SLAYING 

A COMMUNITY IN PAIN 

2 ARRESTED FOR MURDER 

16-YEAR-OLD CHARGED IN SLAYING OF ACQUAINTANCE, 18 

MURDER DEFENDANT APPEARS IN COURT 

MANCUSO TRANSFERRED AFTER SUICIDE TRY 

MANCUSO MOVED AFTER APPARENT SUICIDE TRY: CASE GOES MONDAY TO GRAND JURY 

MANCUSO INDICTED FOR SLAYING CLASSMATE 

GRAND JURY INDICTS STUDENT FO'! MURDER 

MAN MURDERED AT PARTY AT DUKE 

SUSPECT SOUGHT AFTER SLAYING ON DUKE CAMPUS 

SUSPECT IN SLAYING TURNS HIMSELF IN 

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154 


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1/26/86 


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INDEX 
lJ/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



'AGE 6'i0 



M4NCUS0 ARRAIGNMENT SET 

FUNP TO HONOR SLAIN STUDENT 

MANCUSO'S HEARING DELAYED ONE MHNTH 

MOTIONS FILED FOR MANCU50 

LAWYERS TRY TO 9AR DEATH AS PENALTY 

GRAND JURY INDICTS GILL FOR MJROEP 

M4NCU50 FACES NEW CHARGE „.„-„ , 

HANCUSO ARRAir.NKENT SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 3 

SUSPECT IN DECAPITATION FOUND COMPETENT FOR TRIAL 

Z MEN INDICTED ON MURDER COUNTS 

SON TO STAND TRIAL IN FATHER'S DEATH 

MANCUSO HEARING RESET FOR MARCH 17 

So*:iS"D'5uK'?"?i[^';cfrB^?HE°A^fSS''rjDNAPP,NG. MURDER 

DURHAM MAN INDICTED FOR G I RLFi) I END' 5 DE A IH 

PLEA BARGAIN IN MURDER GETS MAN 16 YEARS 

2 HELD. 1 SOUGHT IN MAN'S DEATH 

MURDER NETS MAN Ifl YEARS .„,„,t.. 

MAN FOUND BEATEN DIES AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

MAN DIES FROM BEATING; THREE CHARGED 

TEEN SOUGHT IN DEATH 

THIRD SUSPECT IN BEATING DEATH SUOREJDEOS 

16-YEAR-OLD 10 FACE DEATH SENTENCE E3R 5LAYING 

WITNESS RECALLS FIGHT BEFORE FATAL SHOOTING 

DURHAM MURDER TRIAL TESTIMONY RESUMES 

5SR?'c'^N?!^.^ES'SErySilM5rt. DURHAM MURDER TRIAL ^ 

HARRIS CONVICTED OF MURDER; SENTENCING SLATED M0.40AY 

MURDER SENTENCING IS MONDAY 

INSANITY WILL BE MANCUSTS DEFENCE 

COURT DELAYS HEARING IN UPSHU" MURDER CASE 

HARRIS GETS 15 YEARS FO^ MURD=R 

MANCUSO CLAIMS INSANITY, PLEADS NOT GUILTY 

HARRIS GETS 15 YEARS ''OR MURDER 

SuRHiM ►■Sn CfiARGED IN SHOOTIN' AT DUPLEX 

MURDER CHARGE FILED AFTER FRIDAY SHOOTING 

MAN DRAGGED 3Y VAN AT COURTHOUSE DIES ,^^^^ 

DURHAM MAN IS KILLED STOPPING VEHICLE THEFT 

WOMAN. 31, SLAIN PY SHOTGUN BLAST; BOYFOIEND CHARGED 

RUSSELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND HITS 415.000 

HOLLAND CHARGED WITH MURDER 

MANCUSO BACK IN DURHAM BRIEFLY 

TEEN SHOT TO DEATH 

MAN CHARGED IN TEEN'S DEATH 

3 MEN IMDICTEn FOP FATAL BEATING .-.t- 

SOBBING DEFENDANT GETS ?5-YEAR TERM IN WOMAN'S DEATH 

COVINGTON'S MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD ,^„^,„., 

TEEN'S ATTORNEYS SEFK TO PREVENT DEATH SENTENCE 

MANCUSO MOTIONS TO BE HEARD MONDAY 

jSocf Ru1:Es'prSse!u?URs"ca&nSV'sEEK death penalty for MANCUSO 

CHARLOTTE HAN SLAIN IN RTP 

MAN SHOT TO DEATH NEAR G0VERN:)RS INN 



BULLET SLUG IS SOUGHT IN SLAYING 
OFFICIALS RULE OUT DRUGS. R0B5ERY 



IN RTP SLAYING 
WOHAn'CHARGEO" WifH MURDER 

DURHAM WOMAN HELD FOR MURDER „,t^l, 

DURHAM BOY FINDS FATHER SHOT TO DEATH IN DITCH 
BOY FINOS FATHER SLAIN 

POLICE PRCBE DURHAM SHOOTING ,,„.„ 

MANCUSO TO BE RETURNED TO OUR-I AM COUNTY TODAY 
MANCUSO RETURNS TO DURHAM TODAY 
MANCUSO RETURNED TO DURHA"; AJAITS TRIAL 
NAACP SAYS POLICE MURDERED MAN 
UNIDENTIFIED HAN FOUND SHOT DEAD 
HILLSBOROUGH MAN FOUND SLAIN ^ItAR LAKE ROAD 

BODY FOUND IN DURHAM WAS HILLSBOROUGH MAN'S 

AUTOPSY CONFIRMS SHOOTING 
DURHAM MAN SHOT TO HEATH 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED WITH MURDER 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER „^.,^ 

MAN IS INDICTED IN G IRLI'R I EN D' S DEATH 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

MANCUSO MURDER TRIAL SET TO OPEN .,„,.. 

JURY 5ELTCTT0N SET TO BEGIN" IM MANCUSO TRIAL 

SECURITY TIGHT FOP MURDER TRIAL 

MANCUSO JURY PICKS SLOW 

TELEVISING OF TOIAL CRITICIZED 

3 JURORS SEATED IN MANCUSO TRIAL 

FIVE MORE JURORS ARE SEATED FTR MANCUSO TRIAL 

JURY SELECTION PROCEEDS SLOWLY IN MANCUSO TRIAL 

12 JURORS SELECTED FOR MANCUS? TRIAL 

SLAIN GIRL'S MOTHER TELLS OF ENCOUNTfcPS 

SlTflESS DETAILS GIRL'S SLAYING BY MANCUSO 

mJn SHOT AT hSrDEE'S DIES; MULDER CHARGED FILED 

Jt^?V^?s"S?F^°'HEJ°BRS!l;kR''?S«'GED IN SHOOTING DEATH 

MANCUSO ADMITS SLAYING IN TAP= PLAYED TO JURY 

MANCU'^O DEFENSE BEGINS ON MDNIAV 

FEW MURDERERS INSANE 

PARENTS KNEW OF MANCUSO'S CRU' H 

c"LTs^.5S;is'c'S[L''^AKt'i^si"!ErTL^L'?S'v'7Sa PERSON 

2t?c£ot?h\sT'TYs'sHi"gi^rEvls°M^ANCUSO INSANE DAY OF SLAYING 

OA PROliFS VALIDITY OF TESTS ON MANCUSO 

ESgERT^AjREE'MANCUSo'lNSAN.:: ACCUSED'S DELUSIONS DANGEROUS... 

WHERE'S JUSTICE IN SHOOTING DEATH? 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER „.,„„,. 

PSYCHIATRIST SAYS MANCUSO ON MISSION 

EXPERT CITES PEMUPS'= BY MANCUSO AS SIGN OF HOPE FOR 

JURORS REVIEW MANCUSO'S MEDICAL REPORTS. GRADES 

TEACHERS. WORKER SAW NO UNUSUAL SIGNS IN MANCUSO 

MANCUSO DENIED MISTRIAL HOTIffI 

fS^ALS'^klil^'2rNciVs"'Ei!?? S^??rON"55kY'S OPINION OF SANITY 

^?K^^?S?C°SI^TR'7?f'^l5?u?ls'cCAfnt^CUSO INSANE AT TIME OF KILLING 

MANCUSO MOTIVE SAID H I UD EN 

MAN INDICTED IN APRIL DEATH 

MANCUSO'S FATE BEFORE JURY 

MANCUSO JURY AT STANDSTILL , ,„ 

MANCUSO TRIAL JURORS TO DELIBERATE FURTHER 

UNANSWERED QUESTIONS „,.,,„ 

:iTul°0 i'n'.l^mhk'hoirUrk tU^'^.tll 3-YFaR 5E.NTENCE 

MANCUSO GETS LIFE FOR TEEN'S -"U^OEH 

da: INSANITY HARD TO PRPVF 

TRIAL RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT INSANITY PLEAS 

ATTORNEYS FOR MANCUSO TO FILE APPEAL 

HANDGUNS MAKE KILLING EASIER 

MANCUSO'S LAWYER FILES NOTICE OF APPEAL 

PREMEDITATION WAS PROVED IN MANCUSO CASE 

MOTIONS FILED IN MANCUSO CASE 

STEPHENS OPPOSES MANCUSO M0TI3NS 



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1/01/36 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



TIP LFADS POLICE TQ 800V OF UJRHAH HAN 

OOEISFR Sr. MAN FOUND MURDERE'^ 

STUOEMT SHOT TO DEATH IN DORMITORY AT NCCU 

NCCU STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH AT 0OR"ITOHY 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

POLICE >'AY HAVE SUSPECT IN NCCU STUDENT'S DEATH 

INSANITY PLEA TO BE CHALLENGED 

MAN SOUGHT IN SHOOTING AT NCCJ 

WOMAN'S MUROE" 'JUST HAPPENED.* DEFENDANT SAYS; TERM lo YFARS 

o1jRHA"''cr!mEs'tOPPERS*'' "■ "^"^ ''°'* ''"■'l-LY SHOOTING WOMAN IN BACK 

IJ-YEAR TERM IMPOSED FOR 3N0-DEGREE HUROER 

MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST IN DECAPITATION 

DURHAM GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO ON MURDFR CHARGES 

PARKER SENTENCING MONDAY 

MAN'S BODY FOUND; SLAYING SUSPECTED 

MURDER CHARGED IN STARoING 

SENTENCE PEfJOING IN MURDER 

CR IMESTOPPERS SEEKING LEADS U FATAL SHOOTING OF MAN 

MAN GETS 50 YEARS FOR FATHER"! DECAPITAtlON 

DURHAM MAN FOUND KILLED 

MAN FOUND SLAIN IN OLD PUILDING 

POLICE SEEK MAN FOR KILLING 

POLICE SEEK MAN CHARGED IN STA8"l|MG 

SECOND FATAL STABBING IN J DAYS INVESTIGATED 

POLICE STILL SEEK MFN FOR MURDER 

WOMAN INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGE 

MAN CHARGED WITH MAY BEATING DEATH 

BITTLE CHARGED WITH MURDER 

MINI MART CLERK SHOT AND KILLFD 

HUROER VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

Z CLERKS SHOT, ONE FATALLY, IH HOLDUPS 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH CLERK'S MURDER 

MURDER SUSPECT FACES 2ND CHARGE 

BPOWN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED ARMED ROBeFRY 

MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD IN SPLIT VOTE 

MAN CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER. ASSAULT FOR DURHAM MAN'S DEATH 

WITNESS: BROTHER TULD HER OF DEATH THREATS 

>5,D0n REWARD SET IN SLAYING 

MURDER TRIAL TESTIMONY: NEIGHBOR HEARD MOANS, GROANS, SCUFFLING 

DEFENDANT SAYS STABBING VICTIM MADE ADVANCE 

JURORS TO BEGIN DELIBERATING IN MURDER TRIAL 

MAN ARRESTED IN MURDER CASE 

DURHAM CklMESTOPPFRS 

WILKERSON CHARGED WITH MURDER 

JUDGE APPOINTS LAWYER 

DEFENOANT SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS IN SLAYING 

MPS. VOLLMER INDICTED IN DEATH OF HER HUSBAND 

MAN IS INDICTED FOR STABBING DEATH 

WIOOW IS CHARGED IN DENTIST'S DEATH 

MRS. VOLLMER ARRESTED IN DENTIST'S SLAYING 

MPS. VOLLMER'S ARRAIGNMENT SET 

MRS. VOLLMER WAIVES FORMAL ARRAIGNMENT 

2 INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES 

SHOT MAN COLLAPSES IN POOL HALL 

DURHAM MAN Shot to OEATH at pool HALL 

ATTORNEY APPOINTED FQR MURDER SUSPECT 

2N0 MAN SOUGHT IN KILLING 

POLICF CHARGE DIFFERENT BROTHER IN SHOUTING 

POLICE ACTIVELY PURSUE CASES IN 5 YET-UNSOLVED MURDERS 

VICTIMS, KILLERS IN EACH CASE OFTEN VERY SIMILAR 

HAN CHARGED IN GIRLFRIEND'S 0= A TH 

SHUT IN CHEST FATAL TO WOMAN 

STABBING FATAL ON BERKLEY STREET 

BOYFRIEND CHARGED IN SLAYING OF WOMAN 

POLICE INVESTIGATE STABBING DEATH 

POLICE IDENTIFY STABBING VICTIM 

MAN CHAP&EO WITH MURDFR 

WOMAN SHUT IN HEAD DIES; CHARGE CHANGFD TO MURDER 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 2 MEN IN SLAYING 

MARTIN OFFERS REWARD IN NCCU KILLING 

MU=DER, DURHAM, UNSOLVED CASES 

POLICE ACTIVELY PURSUE CASES IN 5 YET-UNSOLVED MURDERS 
VICTIMS, KILLERS IN EACH CASE OFTEN VERY SIMILAR 

"URDER, INTERNATIONAL 

COMBATTING TERRORISM: WF CANNOT HE RELUCTANT 

ITALY IGNORES LESSON OF AIRP05T OOMBING 

MISSIONARY, DAUGHTER SLAIN 

DURHAM MISSIONARY SLAIN; HDUS=BOY SOUGHT 

SUSPECT ARRESTED IN MISSIONARY'S SLAYING 

LIBERIA HOLDS HAN IN DEATH 

SLAIN MISSIONARY REMEMBERED AS 'LOVING WOMAN' 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR MISSIONARY, DAUGHTER 

MURDER, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, MURDER 

SEE ALSO INFANTICIDE 

SEE ALSO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTFR 

3FE ALSO LIFE SENTENCES 

SEE ALSO MANSLAUGHTER 

POLICE SAY FIRE VICTIM SPRAYED WITH KFROSENF 

ELDERLY WOMAN CHARGED WITH KILLING 

13-YEAR-OLD GIRL STABBED TO DEATH IN FAYETTFVILLE 

REFUSAL TO TESTIFY NETS PRISON SENTENCE 

NURSE'S DEATH BEING INVESTIGATED 

FRANKLIN WOMAN HELD ON MyRQER CHARGF 

MOTHER CHARGED IN STRANGULATION OF <.-YEAR-OLD 

WOMAN POSTS BONO IN SLAYING CASE 

BODY FOUND AS CAR PULLED FROM LAKF; TWO CHARGED 

EXECUTION CASE APPEAL IS PLAN^IED 

MURDER CONVICTION OVERTURNED 

OFFICERS SAY ? SLAIN WOMEN W E^ E FROM WAKE COUNTY 

BODIES IDENTIFIED AS RALEIGH SISTERS 

CHARLOTTE SLAYING CALLED SELF-DEFENSE 

MURDERED WOMAN'S CAR "ARKED AT AIRPORT 

POLICE HOPE SLAYING ARREST ENDS LENGTHY FAMILY FEUD 

I'JSS MURDER CONVICTION OVERTURNED 

WAKE MAN CHARGED IN SLAVINGS 

HAN IS CONVICTED OF THREE SLAYINGS 

HOKE SHERIFF SAYS BLOOO FOUND IN HOUSE MATCHED DEAD WOMAN'S 

OXFORD MAN IS CHARGEU IN MURDFR 

JURY MULLS SENTENCE FOR 3 HUROER COUNTS 

WOHAN SLAIN IN PERSON COUNTY 

£y9yjX-^'?''" ""^ ADDED TO FBI'S BIG SIX FUGITIVE LIST 

OXFORD MAN HELD IN PERSON SLAYING 

EXECUTION SET FOR FEB. I <i 

END MAY BE NEAR FOR CONVICTED KILLER JOHN WILLIAM ROOK 

TRIPLE-SLAYING NETS MAN 3 LIFE SENTENCES 

HAN WHO SAYS MEDIA SPIES ON HIM GETS BO YEARS FOR MURDER 

MAN GETS BO YEARS IN SHOUTING 

MAN SAYS BROTHER CONFESSED TO KILLING IFEN 

NO PUBLIC PROTEST DESERVED 

MURDER OF ROCHE 'CHILLING,' JUDGE SAYS 

GROUP TO INVESTIGATE MURUER CONVICTION 



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S 2 10/08/86 


A 


14 N 




S 2 1Q/J9/86 


A 


16 N 




S 2 10/09/86 


c 


9 N 




H 2 10/14/86 


c 


? N 




S 2 10/14/86 


B 


1 N 


T85 


H 2 10/15/86 


C 


I N 


M51 


H 2 10/17/86 


E 


1 N 


■151 


H 2 10/l9/n6 


C 


1 N 




S 2 10/20/86 


C 


2 N 




H 2 10/22/86 


C 


1 ^' 




S 2 10/28/86 


C 


1 N 




H 2 10/29/86 


c 


5 N 


S8? 


H 2 10/30/86 


B 


1 N 




H 2 0/30/''6 


B 


3 N 


S8? 


H 2 0/31/86 


B 


5 N 




H 2 1/01/86 


E 


3 N 




H 2 /D2/»6 


C 


1 N 




H 2 11/03/86 


c 


1 N 




S 2 1/03/86 


c 


8 N 




H 2 11/04/86 


A 


9 N 




H 2 11/04/86 


c 


1 N 




S 2 U/04/"6 


A 


1 P N 


Ta5 


S 2 11/04/86 


A 


11 N 




H 2 11/05/86 


c 


1 P N 




H 2 11/08/86 


c 


3 'J 




S 2 11/10/86 


c 


1 N 




S 2 11/17/86 


A 


7 "1 




H 7 11/18/86 


c 


7 'i 




S 7 11/22/86 


A 


1 N 




H 2 11/23/86 


c 


1 '1 


"51 


H 2 11/25/86 





4 '1 




H 2 11/25/86 


A 


6 P N 




H ' 11/26/86 


c 


I N 




S 2 11/29/86 


A 


1 C N 


T85 


S 2 1/29/B6 


A 


1 N 


T85 


S 2 2/05/86 


A 


1 '1 




H 7 2/05/66 


d 


5 M 




H 2 12/06/86 


B 


1 N 




H 2 12/06/86 


B 


9 '■I 




S 2 12/06/86 


8 


1 N 




H 2 12/07/86 


C 


5 N 




S 2 12/08/86 


c 


I N 




H 2 12/09/86 


c 


6 N 




S 2 12/16/86 


A 


6 N 




H 2 12/17/96 





6 •! 




S 2 11/29/86 


A 


1 r N 


T85 


S 2 11/29/86 


A 


I N 


Ta5 


H 2 1/02/86 


A 


4 = 




S 2 7/14/86 


A 


4 E 




H 2 11/27/96 


A 


1 P N 


"02 


S 2 U/27/86 


A 


1 P N 


592 


H 2 U/28/86 


t 


1 N 




S 2 11/28/86 


C 


1 N 




H 2 11/29/86 


A 


9 N 




H 2 11/30/86 


c 


7 





H 2 


/01/n6 


C 




N 


H 2 


/U2/86 


S 




N 


H 2 


/03/''6 


A 


12 


N 


H 7 


/03/B6 


6 




N SB? 


H 2 


1/03/66 


e 




N 


H 1 


1/03/86 


B 




N 


H 2 


1/04/86 


A 




N 


H 1 


1/04/86 


B 




N 


H 1 


1/J9/86 


B 




N 


H 2 


l/l 1/86 


B 




N 


H 2 


1/12/86 


B 


1 1 r 


■1 


H 2 


1/16/86 


A 




M 


H 2 


1/17/86 


A 


12 


M 


H 2 


1/17/66 


B 




N 


H 2 


1/13/86 


U 




N 


H 2 


1/19/66 


B 


13 


■■1 


H 2 


1/22/86 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


1/22/86 


A 


9 


ri 


H 2 


1/23/86 


D 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/23/86 





6 


N 


S 2 


1/23/86 


A 


1 


N "03 


H 2 


1/24/86 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


1/24/86 


a 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/24/86 


C 


7 


N 


H 1 


1/24/86 


B 


1 


M 


S 2 


1/24/B6 


C 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/25/86 


c 


12 


N 


H 2 


1/26/86 


B 


7 P 


N 


H 7 


1/26/86 


B 


7 


N 


S 2 


1/27/86 


C 


B 


N 


H 2 


1/31/86 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


2/03/86 


A 


4 


c 


S 2 


2/04/86 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/05/B6 


A 


14 " 


N 



HON T H L r / A N^.^y^A^L _ I^:.^D^E„X flv SUBJECTS "A-.i^e.l 



MU*060 TRIAL BEGINS TODAY IN HENOEKSgN „,,„„^„ ..., 

TESTI-QNY ENDS ON N'^W TBUL IN KinNAPPING. "UBDFD CASE 
COUOT DENIES BOOK STAY OF EXECUTION 

^HEOIFF IS FINEO FOR GIVING LI dUOO TO JAIL INMATE 
COURT POSTPONFS ROOK EXECUTIO"! 

woSAli;'^CONVICTFD''oF'HIRING MAN 10 KILL HFH HUSBAND 

HCMncDSON MAN GETS LIFE TERM 

JUDGE RULES MAN TO STAND TRIA. IM FATHER'S DEATH 

MiiBPFR rn4Br, F nROPPFO; Man RELEAS^O 

CHARLOTTE MAN GETS 'REAL LIFE SE^^TENCE- FOR KILLING OFFICER 

RFCORDlNGSi PHOTOS FOUND IN HIME OF SLAIN DOCTOR 

1 KILLED, I HURT DURING SHOOTING AT RESTAURANT 

ONE KILLEOi TWO INJURED BY RO'BERS ,„-,. 

POLIC^: VICTIM'S BROTHER HELD SHOOTING SUSPECT 

WOMAN BLUDGEONED TO DEATH WITH HAMMER 

MAN INDICTED IN SLAYING OF TEEN „„^„,„ 

POLICE SAY 3UNN MAN APPARENTLY WAS MURDERED 

WAKF JURY INDICTS DURHAM WOMAN 

SBI SAYS MURDER CASE HANDLED PROPERLY 

OXFORD MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYING 

THOMAS PLEADS GUILTY „^.,u 

TAXI ":tPVICF OWNER FOUND SHOT TO DEATH 

SUSPECT ARRESTED IN STEAK HOUSE SLAYING 

^.^EIGrMA'N'pEEADs'GitLlY TO^^SoER IN DEATHS OF DAUGHTER. STEPDAUGHTER 

CoSrV^OF ipPEALs'oRDERS NEW T5 I AL IN PERSON COUNTY SHOOTING DEATH 

THIRD MAN ARRESTED _ „, ,„ «^.t.. 

GROCERY STORE OWNER NEAR RED SPRINGS SHOT TO DEATH 

THREE PEOPLE ARRESTED IN SLAYING OF oncTuR 

DISCOURAGING ROBBERS PLAN OF RESTAURANTS 

COURT BLOCKS N.C. MURDER EXTRADITION 

MURDER CHARGE FILED IN ALAMANCE 

MURDER ChAR'-.E filed 

DEPUTY'S BODY FOUND . ,„ 

TWO FUGITIVFS ARRESTED IN CLINTON , ,^„ 

GREENSBrio DENTIST CHARGED WITH KILLING WIFE, DAUGHTER 

30DY OF MURDER VICTIM IDENTIFIED „-.tu 

66-YEAR-OLD HICKORY WOMAN FOUND STABBED TO DEATH 

MURDER SENTENCES UPHELD „, ^,,„ 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO KIDNAPPING, KILLING GIRL 
COURT DECLINES TO REVIEW "VERT URNEO CON VI C T ION 
DURHAM WOMAN QUESTIONS MACUONALD WITNESS RELIABILITY 
JUDGE WON'T DROP CHARGE 




ltr.li\:'u'AV'l',h\ll'iVC°- MOVED TO CENTRAL PRISON 

NO PAROLE VIOLATION NOTED IN MURDER CASE, OFFICIAL SAYS 

BOND DENIED DURHAM LAWYER IN ^-UROER CASE 

BOND REFUSED FOR LAWYER HELD IN LOUNGE SLAYING 

GAMBINO: THEY WERE GOING TO RIP ME OFF 

SCOTLAND COUNTY MAN GIVEN DEATH SENTENCE 

STUDENT PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING INFANT SON 

SOLDIER TO PLEAD INNOCENT 

OARRYL HUNT FACES SECOND MURDER CHARGE 

HEARING FOR DURHAM LAWYER POSTPONED 

DURniM LAWYER'S HEARING RESCHEDULED FOR MAY 27 

WARRANT SERVED ON INMATE CHARGING MURDER IN I'SBJ 

HEARING CONTINUED 

^S?iL^°Pn5S?^G"S?f"aSAjFSs NA-E WEAVES THROUGH PLAN... 

HICKORY POLICE GO DOOR-TO-DOOR IN MURDER INVESTIGATION 

CAMPBELL SIUOENT DISCOVERED SLAIN 

DENTIST IS DENIED BOND ON MURDER CHARGES 

OAUCHTEBS CHARGED IN DEATH 

MURDER TRIAL MOVED TO BUNCOMBE COUNTY 

OFNTIST INDICTED ^„, r.„r,r,c 

THREE MCDOWELL DEATHS CALLED -JRDERS, SUICIDE 

WOMAN SENTENCED FOR KILLING B» JY ,,.,,, „ccirco.5 tap 

AGENT SAYS TWO MEN'S PRINTS F^UNO ON SLAIN OFFICER'S CAR 

COURT KEEPS MURDER RULING ,„,„„,-„ 

MAN CCNVICTEU OF MURDERING STATE TROOPtP 

NEW TRIAL IS DROERED IN MURDER CASE 

^S^rEi'^ArgArE'^SlAT^^P^f^lLlY ^TSLAYING OF WOMAN. CHILDREN 
JAILER SAYS BRAY BOASTED OF SLAYING 
THREE IflOICTEO ON MURDER CHARGE 

Sray'r^Ce"?"'? [?^F°SE'!iflNCE FOR MURDER OF STATE TROOPER 
BRAY SENTErgCED TQ LIE": •93 YEARS FOR SLAYING 
SLAIN COUPLE IN BUNCOMBE IDENTIFIED 

li?ER'ci?v'iiK"G?Tr'^D-??ir?^S«'F3R FATAL SHOOTING, THREE ASSAULTS 

BUZZARD RDCK MURDERS PERPLEX INVESTIGATORS 

KILLERS DENIED APPEALS . „, 

SOLDIER IS ON TRIAL IN THREE SLAYINGS 

MURDER HEARING DELAYED by TEST TIG 

LINK PRCBED IN OVERLOOK SLAYINGS 

IREDELL JURY WILL DECIDE IF MAN LIVES OR DIES 

HAN RECEIVES Two LIFE SENTENCES 

REWARD CFFEREO IN FORT TRAuG '.LAYING 

JURY SENTENCES "AN TQ DIE EOR MURDER OF TEEN-AGER 

THERE WAS ONLY I MURDERER. BU' SHERIFF HAD 2 CONFESSIONS 

SUPREME COURT REFUSFS T" HEAR TMQ APPEALS 

THREE MEN PLEAD INNOCENT IN E'^ATING DEATH 

tOUR I THROWS OUT MURJER CONVICTION 

EARLIER RULLJG AFFIRMED ON E XC LUO I NG JURORS 

BLOOMS ON 'DADDY' ROSES' REMIND E J^ ": * i^. ' I^^ GRIEF 

PARTIAL SKELETON IDENTIFIED AS WEST JEFFERSON HAN 

JUDGE IMPOSES I^-YEAR TERM IN MURDER CASE 

MAN FOUND SLAIN ,,,...-1: 

^r^'sirMSN?"Ty'^IJ!5U^^sE^DrER?P.f.^S'ES'TK,AL ^ 

l1S?,il\ ^?^'D?^ENDiN'f In ltiHV-n\il ^M?in^SHE HOME OF THREE VICTI" 

e;RTikh%s?prc;;^R^gE'?sib;R^^?^G'U?E'"^5RDER 

l?c'lN^'B^SS'ii"liG lc'!5iiSrE^'-F0i\'AWYER CHARGED WITH MURDER 
STATE OPPOSING BID FOR NEW TRIAL IN MURDER CASE 

one worker killed, two hurt in fight 
yanCEyville man charged in death ,„,,.,,, 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN CARTERET COUNTY 



5 I 
N F EL 


T 
Y 


P D DATE C P'- L 


B ^YL 


H 1 Z/Jft/'b t I R 


•1 


S 2 2/Jt>/1b A I 


N TS-i 


S 2 2/0%/B6 C 5 


N 


H 2 2/at/P.b B 5 


N 


H 2 2/ \/'b A I 1 


N 


H 2 2/17/16 A <. 


L 


H 2 2/IS/B6 B <. 


N 


H 2 2/ "i/Bb C 3 


N 


H 2 2/2n/R6 C <■ 


*l 


H 2 2/22/n6 A 12 


J 


H 1 Z/Z^/'b 6 3 


N 


H 2 3/02/B6 B ' 


N 


S 2 3/03/66 A I 


N 


H 7 3/04/96 A ID 


N 


H 2 3/J4/«t b "^ 


N 


H 2 3/04/<?6 d 14 


n 


H 2 3/0'i/B6 A I? 


*! 


H 1 3/05/P6 b 1 


N 


S 2 3/0^/»6 C 1 


N 


H 2 3/06/fl6 A II 


N 


H 3/06/86 b I 


N 


S 1 3/07/86 A 3 


N 


H 2 3/I1/B6 C 12 


^J 


H 2 3/U/°6 C 12 


N 


H 2 3/12/86 e 3 


N 


H 2 3/15/66 C 16 


N 


H 2 3/1B/86 A 1 ? 


N 


H I 3/1R/B6 C 1 


N L4'^ 


H 7 3/20/86 3 


N 


H 2 3/21/86 A 12 


N 


H 2 3/21/86 b 5 


•! 


H 1 3/21/B6 B 3 


N 


S 2 i/ZP/'b A 1 T 


N 


H 1 3/25/86 C 1 


N 


H 2 3/26/86 •) 3 


N 


S 2 3/26/86 A 11 


N 


H 2 3/27/86 A IR 


'i 


H 2 3/27/66 A 11 


N 


H 2 <./Jl/86 A 11 


M 


H 2 4/32/86 A 11 


N 


H 2 4/03/86 A U 


fl 


S 2 4/D4/B6 A 1 


N 


H 2 4/05/86 A 6 


N 


H 7 4/05/86 C 5 


N 


H ? 4/07/86 A 8 





H 2 4/JR/86 A <■ 


M 


H 2 4/11/86 A 13 


N 


S 2 4/lD/a6 C 1 


N T85 


S 2 4/10/86 C 1 


N 


H 2 4/11/86 A 1 


N B51 


H 2 4/11/86 A 16 


N 


S 2 4/11/86 A 1 


N T95 


H 2 4/12/86 A 1 


N X18 


H 2 4/12/P6 A 1 


N S87 


H 2 4/l'/B6 A 1 


N L4l 


H 2 4/12/86 A 1 


N B51 


H 2 4/12/B6 C 5 


N 


H 2 4/13/86 C 1 


N 


S 2 4/14/86 A 7 


N 


H 2 4/15/86 C 1 


N =51 


S 2 4/15/86 A 1 


■1 T85 


H 2 4/16/86 C 1 


N S92 


H 2 4/17/86 A 1 


N X 18 


H 2 4/17/86 U 6 


'1 


H 2 4/l<>/96 B 3 


N 


H I 4/IR/86 C 2 


N 


H 2 4/20/86 A 1-= 


N 


S 2 4/22/86 A 1 


N T85 


S 2 4/23/66 C 1 


N 


H 2 4/Z4/e6 A 19 


'1 


H 2 4/24/86 B 3 


N 


S 2 4/24/96 A 1 


■1 T55 


H 2 4/25/86 A I 


N 51 


H 2 4/2R/86 e 3 


N 


H 2 5/01/86 b 2 


N 


H 2 5/01/86 8 7 


N 


H 2 5/05/86 C 5 


N 


H 2 5/06/fl6 C 4 


N 


S 2 5/06/86 C 6 


N 


H 7 5/n/86 D 4 


N 


S 2 5/16/86 C ■■ 


N 


H 2 5/17/86 A 14 


N 


S 2 5/r'/86 A 1 


'1 


H 7 5/2"/86 A 12 


N 


H 2 5/20/86 3 3 


N 


H I 5/20/96 C 3 


N 


H 2 5/21/86 A 14 


N 


H 2 5/21/86 B 2 


N 


H 2 5/21/86 B 2 


N 


H 2 5/22/86 D 4 


N 


H 2 5/27/86 4 


N 


S 2 5/22/86 C 8 


^l 


H 2 5/23/86 A 14 


*1 


H 7 5/23/86 A 14 


N 


H 3 5/24/86 C 1 


N 


H 2 5/25/80 C R 


N 


S 2 5/27/96 A 1 


N 


H 2 5/29/86 t 3 


N 


S 2 5/29/86 C 1 


M Ta5 


H 2 5/ZR/86 A 15 


N 


H 2 5/Z9/86 U 5 


N 


H 2 5/30/66 C 4 


N 


H 2 5/JO/86 C 4 


N 


H 2 5/31/86 C 5 


N 


H 2 6/J2/86 B 2 


N 


H 2 6/03/86 A 10 


»J 


H 2 6/04/86 A 6 


N 


H 2 6/04/86 4 


N 


H 1 6/04/°6 C 1 


N 


H 1 6/04/86 C 3 


N 


H 2 6/06/86 A 12 


N 


H 2 6/06/B6 A 17 


N 


H 2 6/10/96 B 3 


N 


H 2 6/1 1/86 B 4 


N 


H 2 6/13/86 C R 


N 


H 2 6/14/''6 B 3 


N 


H 2 6/15/B6 C 6 


N 


H 2 6/16/86 6 





S 2 6/17/80 C 3 


^1 


H 2 6/19/86 A 12 


N 


H 7 6/19/86 C 3 


N 


H 2 6/1R/86 A R 


N S62 


H 2 6/1R/B6 A 15 


N 


H 2 6/1R/86 A 15 


N 


H 2 6/1R/86 8 3 


N 


H 7 6/20/86 A 17 


N 



MONTHLY/A 



NUUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/B6 



WITNESS TESTIFIES HE 54H HENNI S AT luSDEK SCENE 

ASHEBORO SHOOTING LEAVES TEEN DEAOt 2 MEN HOSPITALIZEn 

EYE-rilTNtSS TESTIMONY CORROaQ'ATEn 3Y OTHERS IN HENNIS* HIJRDEB TRIAL 

BDND DENIED LAWYER ACCUSED OF MURDER ••jki-'ck . k i al 

STATE RESTS IN fayeTTEVILLE MIROER trial 

MAN RECEIVES LIFE TERMS FOR MJRDERS 

BOND AGAIN DENIED FOR DURHAM LAWYER 

R9X»0Ra MAN GUILTY IN RE-TRIAL FOB MURDER 

WOMAN GETS SUSPENDED TERM FOR SLAYING 

JURY DEADLOCKED IN MERCY KILLING 

HENMS TRIAL GQFS TO JURY 

MAN GUILTY OF MURDER FOR KILLING ILL FATHER 

STATE SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS MURDEO-KI SNAPPING CHNVICTION 

MAN IS GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE IN MERCY KILLING OF FATHER 

JURORS TO RESUME DELIBERATION' TODAY IN FAYFTTEVILLE MURDER TRIAL 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH THREE SLAYINGS IN 1981 =•"-'-= ukucr 1 k i «l 

FORT BRAGG S6RGEANT CONVICTED OF SLAYING 3 

ROOK LOSES APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT 

JURY PONDERING SENTENCE FOR SLAYER 

DURHAM ATTORNEY INDICTED IN GJILFORO 

CONVICTED KILLER SENTENCED To DIE 

He<l THINKING TREATS MURDER LKE DISEA'^E 

MAN INDICTED FOR STRANGLING FORSYTH WOMAN 

EASTbURf FIGHTS ANGER, TRIES Tu MOVE ON 

N.C. EXECUTION MAY HINGE ON GA , CASE 

5 FACE "URDER CHARGES IN AUTO SELLER'S DEATH 

MAN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

FPRMEP GASTONIA POLICEMAN SENTENCED FOR SLAYING 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

WOMAN FOUND SLAIN INSIDE BURNING HOME 

MURDER Charged in charlotte case 

DROUGHT MAY HELP SOLVE DOUBLE MURDER CASE 

WOMAN HACKED TO DEATH 

APPEAL CROPPED IN ASSAULT CASF 

EVIDENCE ELUSIVE IN MURDERS 

FIGURE IN MURDER CASE ARRESTEE ON OLD CHARGES 

SECOND-DEGREE MURDER PLEA ENTERED BY ALSTON" IN SHOOTING 

BODY FOUND IN CALDWELL THAT OF HOSPITAL PATIENT 

SUSPECT'S FATHER CHARGED WITH PLOTTING TO KILL WITNESS 

CUSTOMER, CLERK FOUND SHOT AT STORE 

N.C. COURT GRANTS NEW TRIAL TO GIRL CONVICTED OF MURDER 

LAW OFFICERS BELIEVE FOUR SLAYINGS LINKFO 

GRANVILLE MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING 

N.C. MURDERER RECEIVES STAY 0= EXECUTION 

OXFORD MAN HELD IN SHOOTING DEATH 

OXFORD MAN DIES FROM GUNSHOT 

2 PEOPLE IN ROBESON DIE OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS 

EX-OFFICER SHOT TO DEATH WHILE HELPING WITH HAY 

RASH OF MURDERS BAFFLES RANDaPH, CALDWELL POLICE 

RIDS SAYS HIS COMPANION KILLED HIGHWAY PATROLMAN 

BURLINGTON POLICE SEEK 2 SUSPECTS IN SLAYING 

OXFORD MAN FATALLY SHOT; ONE WOUNDED 

2 HELD IN SLAYING OF BURLINGTON MAN 

LAWYERS APPOINTED FOR SLAYING SUSPECTS 

JURY FINDS RIPS GUILTY OF STATE TROOPER'S MURDER 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

MURDER SENTENCE 

JURY CONVICTS PRISON ESCAPEE OF KILLING HIGHWAY PATROLMAN 

I KILLED, 1 WOUNDED IN WAR6H0JSE SHOOTING 

MAN FIRED FROM WILSON WAREHOUSE RETURNS WITH GUN, KILLS 2 COWORKERS 

MAN GETS LIFE TERM FOR KILLIN''. TROOPER 

LIFE TERM GIVEN IN MURDER CASF 

HUSBAND CHARGED AFTER WOMAN DIES 

FANFARE: DUCKETT CHARGED 

MIGRANT FARM WORKER HELD IN STABBING DEATH AT CAMP 

'78 MURDER CASE PENDING AGAINST HIGGS 

UNC study: race, LOCATION FIGURE IN CHANCES OF MURDER CONVICTION 

ATTORNEY SAYS STUDY WILL AID ' OOK • S CASE 

WOMAN'S MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD 

MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD 

MAN FACING "iRD MURDER TRIAL 

TWO INDICTED IN ALAMANCE MURDFR CASE 

30DY BELIEVED THAT OF MAN CHAOGED IN WILSON SHOOTINGS 

DIX HOSPITAL STAFF DEVOTED, SCARED ABOUT SAFETY 

MAN STOPPED FOR SPEEDING WANTED FOR RALEIGH MURDER 

TWO TEENS CHAOGED WITH MURDERS 

APPEALS DWINDLING FOR ROOK; EXECUTION SET FRIDAY 

VICTIM'S SISTER NOW FAVORS DEATH PENALTY 

DEATH ROW INMATE: 'I'M GOING TO PAY, ARE YOU?' 

SILER CITY MAN STABBED TO DEATH 

ROOK'S ATTORNEYS, EX-TEACHER SEEK DELAY OF FRIDAY EXECUTION 

GRANDSON IS CHARGED IN DEATH OF WOMAN, 96 

U.S. COURT OF APPEALS DENIES STAY FOR ROOK 

NEW TPIAL ORDERED FOR BURLINGTON MAN 

NEIGHPOR SAYS WOMAN LOVED THE GRANDSON ACCUSED OF KILLING HER 

MAN IS SENTENCED TO LIFE PLUS ".0 YEARS FOR SLAYING 

TWO MEN PLEAD INNOCENT TU SLAYING IN BURLINGTON 

MARTIN DEFENDS DENIAL OF CLEMENCY FOR ROUK 
EXECUTION WAS BARBARIC 

GOVERNOR RIGHT TQ DENY CLEMENCY FOR MURDERER 
HIGH POINT POLICE PROBE RASH OF HOMICIDES 

ASHE MAN SEEKS NEW DEATH TRIAL 

NEW TRIAL SOUGHT IN MINE MURO=R CASF 

DURHAM LAWYER SENTENCED IN GUILFORD LOUNGE SLAYING 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN IS KILLED IN SHOOTING 

LAWYER GETS 25 YEARS IN MURDER 

N.C. MARINE'S APPEAL REJECTED 

MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING FOUND DEAD 

CHARLOTTE MURDER SUSPFCT SURRENDERS 

CASWELL MAN RECEIVES SENTENCE FOR SLAYING 

MARTIN OFFERS REWARD IN MURDER CASE OF FRANKLIN WOMAN 

JURY SPLIT IN MAN'S SECOND MULDER TRIAL 

CREEUMOOR RESIDENT IS CHARGED IN FATAL BEATING OF DURHAM MAN 

FORSYTH JURY CONVICTS MAN OF mupqfr 

MAN IS CONVICTED OF BEATING D^ATH 

PROBATION OROFREO IN SHOOTING DEATH 

CREEDMOOR MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF DURHAM MAN 

FRANKLIN TEEN CHARGED IN 'LAYING 

FORMER ORISONFR SUES OVER HARSH I NT FRROGA T ION 

DEATH OF FETUS LEADS TO DOUBLE MURDER CHARGE 

WOMAN KILLED IN SHOOTING AT RALEIGH HOSPITAL 

AUTOPSY REVEALS HOMICIDE CASE 

FOUR GASTON COUNTY RESIDENTS PLEAD GUILTY IN MURDFR CASE 

TWO HELD IN SLAYING 

THREE GFI MAXIMUM SENTENCES AFTER PLEADING GUILTY IN SLAYING 

CHAPEL HILL MAN SLAIN IN CHARLOTTE 

MAN ACQUITTED 

MAN CITED IN SLAYING OF MCCLAM 

MAN IS CHARGED AFTER CO-WORKER IS FOUND SLAIN 

NEW-TRIAL BID IN MINESHAFT MURDER DENIED 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN MURDFR, ROBBERY 

N.C. "AN GETS LIFE SENTENCE I'J WIFE'S DEATH 

RALEIGH MAN GETS LIFE FOR MURDER 

GREENSBORO MAN'S DEATH BRINGS LIFE SENTENCE 

BURKE MAY 8E OUT OF UMSTEAO SOON 

MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR 1983 SLAYING 



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PAGE bU*f 
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ALLc&eo SEXUAL OFCENOER TG GET HEW TRIAL 

KILLEO SET CREE AFTER OOCTOO S SAY H^'S NOW SANE 

RALEIGH MAN FOEEO AFTER PLEAOInr. GUILTY 10 MANSLAUGHTER 

RELATIVES SAY TEEM-AGER OIDH'T mean T" KILL FATHER 

TWO LOUISXURG TEENS CHARGED h! TH XURDER 

MAN SENTENCED FOR SLAYING. ASSAULT 

GUN BATTLE LEAVES 1 DEAD. SFA'KS "ANHUNT 

VICTI"S. KILLFRS IN EACH CASE OFTEN VERY SIMILAR 

VANCE COUNTY HAN SHOT TO DEATH; FATHER WJUNOED 

CUMBERLAND COUPLE KILLED: TWO SOLDIERS ARE CHARGED 

MAN SOUGHT IN FRANKLIN SLAYING ARRESTED IN TEXAS 

SOLDIERS CRDEPEO HELD IN -URDFR CASE 

TEEN CHARGED WITH MURDER OF e?-YEAR-OLD GRANDFATHER 

MAN BFING SFTURNED TO FACE CHARGE 

WOMAN CONVICTED UF SUFFOCATING "OTHER 

■OUNGFONS AND DRAGONS' »00K TIED TO TWO SUSPECTS IN SLAYING 

ASSISTANT BAPTIST MINISTER IN WAKE FOREST SLAIN 

ROSEBCRC RESIDENT SOUGHT IN SLAYING ARRFSTEO IN FLORIDA 

MAN KILLED, WOMAN HURT IN SHOOTINGS IN SALISBURY 

MAN KILLED, WOMAN WOUNDED IN ? XECUT I DN-STYL E SHOOTING 

FATHER, SON KILLED IN N.C. SM00T3UT 

3 CONVICTEO OF KILLING ASHEVILLF "AN 

S'l DENIES FORCING CONFESSION 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING FAMILY 

THREE DAVIDSON PEOPLE H^LD IN SLAYING 

THREE TENNESSEE MEN CONVICTED OF KILLING ASMEVILLE CITY E-PLOYEE 

MOTIVE IS SOUGHT IN FAMILY SHOOTING 

SLAYING SUSPECT'S FATHER =EARS INFLUENCE OF 'DUNGEONS C DRAGONS' 

REWARD POSTED IN FRANKLIN SLAYING 

MAN ARRESTED; MURDER CHARGE DROPPED AGAINST ANOTHER 

FIREFIGHTFRS FIND STABBED MAN IN BURNING HOUSE 

PREGNANT WOMAN SHOT AND KTLLEO 

RETIRED PHARMACIST KILLED IN HO"E 

15-YEAR-OLD GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR TWO muroERS 

MOTHER Charged WITH killing infant 

man faces murder, incest charses after child's death 

bullet kills man near graham 

fayfttevillf residents worry '^ver disappearance, slayings 

s5,6on reward posted fqr suspect in slaying of rjcky mount woman 

MAN ACaulTTED IN "URDER CASE IS SHOT TO OEaTh 

MISSING WOMAN'S BODY FO^JND IN MARTIN COUNTY 

PROBAELE CAUSE FOUND IN ROWAN MURDER CASE 
S9I ASKED TO JOIN SEARCH FOR JQMAN 

MURDER. N.C, UNSOLVED CASES 

VICTIMS, KILLERS IN EACH CASE OFTEN VEkY SIMILAR 

"URDFR, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. 
HEARING SET JAN. 10 

MAN SHOT TO DEATH AT PARTY; BROTHER HELD 
ACCUSED MURDERER IN COURT 
UNDERWOOD RULED COMPETENT FOR TRIAL 
5 JURCRS SELECTt^D IN UNOERWOOO TRIAL 
HAM"EO MU'DSa TRIAL TO OPEN 
UNDERWOOD MURDER TRIAL UNDER WAY 
WITNESS CHALLENGED IN MURDER trjjl 
UNDERWOOD MURDER TRIAL »ESUME= 

JURY TO HEAR TAPE OF unDERhOOO'S statement to POLICE 
TAPES ALLOWED IN UNDERWOOD TRIAL 
UNDERWOOD'S TAPED STATE"ENT I« READ 
UNDERWOOD DEiaES "UPQER CHARGr 
UNOERWOCD DENIES ROLE IN SLAYING 
ORANGE COUNTY HAMMER MURDER GOES TO JURY 
UNOERWOCD FOUND GUILTY OF SEC ND-OEGR EE MURDER 
UNOERWOOO GUILTY, GETS 32 YEA'S 
UNDERWOOD GETS 32-YEAR JAIL TERM 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL ORDERED FQR BOUROUE 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO SHOTGUN SLAYING 
CRUMP GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE 11 PARKER SLAYING 
CRUMP GETS 20 YEARS FOR SLAYING 
CHAPEL HILL MAN GETS NEW TERM FOR MURDER 

CHAPEL HILL MAN GETS LIFE PLUS 30 YEARS IN RESENTENCING 
MAN GETS NEW SENTENCE IN ORANGE CO. OEATH 
WOMAN HELD IN SLAYING 

HFAPING SLATED MARCH 17 FOR DJRHAM MAN'S DEATH 
WOMAN FACES TRIAL IN SLAYING 

EFLAND WO»AN TO BE TRIED ON SECOND-DEGREE MURDER 
MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO SECOND-DEGREE "UPDER 
JONES GETS 15 YEARS FOR SHOOTING DEATH 
MAN DIES OF GUNSHOT wOUNO; WI=£ CHARGED 
ALSTON FOUND COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL FOR MURDER 
ALSTON plEaos GUILTY TO ••JROER , , . .„,, 

N.C. COURT GRANTS NEW TRIAL TO GIRL CONVICTED OF HUPOER 
LAWYER SEEKS PSYCHIATRIC HEARING FOR EX-PSO 
OOANGE TEEN-AGER FACES MURDER CHARGES 
11-YEAH-OLO IS CHARGED WITH MJROER 



"ORDER 

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,S. 

SO Child abuse. Durham 

ST CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

so Child abuse, u.s. 
SO children, murder 

so INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGi 
so MANSLAUGHTER 
SO MASS MURDERS 

"AN CONVICTED OF KILLIN 
YEARS LATER. BISHOP MURD 

MAN SENTENCED TO DIE FO. 
ER WEST VIRGINIA GOVEONO 
ER GOV.'S DAUGHTER WAIVE 
GES DROPPED IN 1991 SHOO 

VIRGINIA COURT WITHDRAW 
INIA AUTHORITIES ?LAME S 
APCHEP: FEwFR KILLINGS I 

PROF SAYS PORBERY OEATH 
ARLOTTE MEN SENTENCED TO 
H CAROLINA MAN CHARGED I 
CPIME AND THE SYSTE" 
ILLE YOUTH CHARGED IN SL 
CLEARED F"R MEN'S MURDER 
MURDERERS ARE CRAZY 
N SLAIN IN ROBBERY OF HE 
TLE PROGRESS' MADE IN SE 
FACES SENTENCING IN BUS 
OE 
SM IN NEW YORK 



G S.C. TRCPPER 

E» CASE Ri:MAINS open 

R SLAYING OF TEEN-AGER 
R' S DAUGHTER Charged IN SLAYING 
S EXTRADITIC.N 
TT NG OF EVANGELIST 

S MURDER WARRANTS AF.AINST COUPLE 
I« "uRDERS ON BUNGLED DRUG DEAL 
N ROBBERIES 
S DROP 
-lEATH IN REFUOFE'S KILLI»IG 
N 3 SLAYINGS 

AY ING 
TRIAL 

R 1-95 HOTEL ROOM 

ARCH FOR TWO MEN WANTED IN KILLING 

D» IVEO' S DEATH 



MURDER ATTEMPTS, DURHAM 

MAN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MuTUER 
POLICE ARREST MAN FOR ASSAULT WITH CAR 
WOMAN SHOT AS POLICE APPROACH COUPLE 
MAN GIVEN DRUG OVERDOSE 
MAN SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS FOR ASSAULT 

MURQCR ATTEMPTS, N.C. 



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SUBJECTS 



GUILFORO MAN, 61, IS DE«D AFTER SHOOTING, POLRf CHA 5"= 
FRANKLIN MAN CHARGED WITH 8URMING HIFE 
MAN IS CHARGED WITH BURNING ESTRANGFO WIFE 
Fni AND SBI ARE SEARCHING FOR HAN 

"UODFR-FOR-HIRE 

WOMAN CONVICTED OF HIRING MAN TO KILL HER HUSEANO 
MURDE" SENTENCE 

MUOOER-SUICIDE 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO SUICIDES, U.S. 

WOMAN, "AN DIE IN KINSTON SHOTTING 

THREE MCDOWELL DEATHS CALLED "UROERS, SUICIDE 

TWO DIE IN SHOOTING 

RALEIGH MAN SHOOTS GIRL, KILLS ^ELF 

ABERRANT BEHAVIOR COULD SIGNAL DANGER 

MURDOCH CENTER 

8UTNER ROAD RACE SET 

RENOVATIONS GREATEST NEED, 9U0GET PANEL TOLD DURING BUTNER TOUR 

PARENTS OF MURDOCH RESIDENTS FILE SUIT SEEKING IMPROVEMCNTS 

MURDOCH RESIDENTS GET CHRISTMAS PARTy 

ALL SMILES 

SCHOOLCHILDREN PLAV SANTA TO MURDOCH'S HANDICAPPED 

MUPOOCK CENTER (SHOPPING CENTERI 
SHOPPING CENTER SOLO 



MURPHY, N.C. 

DINNER TRAINS, 



EXCURSION TOURS EYED 



MURPHY HOUSE RESTAURANT 

RESTAURANT TO CARRY ON CHRIST'<AS TRADITION 

MUFPHY'S ROMANCE IFILMI 

•MURPHY'S ROMANCE' AN ENTERTAINING LIGHTWEIGHT 

MURRAY ENTERPRISES (CAPE CORAL, FLA. I 

SEE ALSO PLANTATION PARTNERSHIP (CAPE CORAL, FLORIDA) 
FORCED CLOSING THREAT FACING STORES AT CENTER 

MUSCLES 

MUSCLF MISCONCEPTIONS: RESEARCH TEAM LEARNING MORE ABOUT ... STB A INS 
VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR MUSCLE STUDY 

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

PHONE COMPANY HAKES 11,001 GIFT 

REAL HOPE AT NEW HOPE 

DURHAM LETTER CARRIERS RAISINS MONEY FOR MOA 

FIRST CPOSSROAOS WINE FAIR WAS A BIG SUCCESS 

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK CITY 

TOULOUSE-LAUTREC EXHIBITION: AN ERA PRESERVED BY GENIUS 

MUSEUM OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS 

MUSEUM DIRECTOR SEES WOMEN'S ART ON WAY UP 

MUSEUMS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NA«ES OF MUSEUMS) 

SEE ALSO CLEVELAND COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

SEE ALSO DISCOVERY PLACE (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO GENERAL WILLIAM C. LEE AIRBORNE MUSEUM 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY MUSEUM 

SEE ALSO N.C. MUSEUMS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO MUSEUM OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-W ILHI NGTON MUSEUM OF WORLD CULTURES 

AVA GARDNER WILL NOT ATTEND MUSFUM FEST 

AIRBORNE MUSEUM TO OPEN IN 0U>1N HONORING GENERAL FROM WORLD WAR II 

SMALL CLEVELAND CO. MUSEUM BIG SUCCESS 

ERVIN MUSEUM PROPOSED 

MUSEUM WEEK BEING OBSERVED 

PRESIDENT IS SELECTED FOR OLD SALEM MUSEUM VILLAuE 

MUSEUMS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATIONAL HISTORY 
SEE ALSO HIGH MUSEUM OF ART 

OUT-OF-STATE MUSEUMS VIE FUR MONITOR ARTIFACTS 

93-YEAR-QLO LOBSTER RETURNEO TO VIRGIK'M 

FIVE MUSEUM GROUPS SEEK 'MONITOR- ARTIFACTS 

5 MUSEUM GROUPS ARE VYING FOR MONITOR ARTIFACTS 

MUSHROOMS 

NATURE'S DECORATIONS 

■IMPORT' MAY BE GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO TOBACCO 

MUSIC 

SEE ALSO BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO PIG BAND SOUND 

SFE ALSO PLUEGRASS muSIC 

SEE ALSO BLUES '^US IC 

SFE ALSO PRIGHTLEAF MUSIC WORKSHOP 

SEE ALSO CHAMBER MUSIC 

SEE ALSO CLASSICAL MUSIC 

SEE ALSO COUNTRY MUSIC 

SEE ALSO DOWNTOWN LUNCH CONCERT SFRIES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MUSIC TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO GOSPEL MUSIC 

SEE ALSO HYMNS 

SEE ALSO Jill 

SEE ALSO N.C. SYMPHONY 

SEE ALSO RAGTIME MUSIC 

SEE ALSO RAP MUSIC 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, MUSIC 

SEE ALSO ROCK 'N' ROLL 

SFE ALSO SONGS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL OEPT. OF MUSIC 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, MUSIC 

SEE ALSO ZYDECO MUSIC 

RAP: YOU CAN'T HUM THE TUNE 

TUNES, TIMES MELLOW AT RECORD CONVENIION 

EVERYTHING'S COMING UP MUSIC 

DUKE OFFERS FREE MUSICAL EVENTS 

ENGLISH COMPOSER PREMIERES NEW WORK 

MUSICIANS TUNE UP FOR HOT TIM'S 

YANCEYVILLE MAN LIKES TO KEEP TIME WITH HIS BONES KNOCKIN' IN RHYTHM 

SEARCHING FOR NIGHTLIFE: A COLUMNIST'S GUIDE TO DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL 

MUSIC FOR THE BRAIN 

MUSIC LOFT 

THIEVES TAKE MUSIC ITEMS FROM VAN 

MUSIC THERAPY 



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MUSIC THEOAPIST SOOTHES PATIE>JTS WITH ALZHEIMER'S 

"USICAL THEATE'! 

SEE ALSO THEATEOSt U.S. 

OUKHAM FORMS OWN OPERA PROOUC'ION COMPANY 

MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO C lOMPI OUAPTET 

SEE ALSO COMPOSERS 

SEE ALSO CUPHAH SYMPHONY 

SEE ALSO FLUTISTS 

SEE ALSO FOLK SONGS 

SEE ALSO JAZZ 

SEE ALSO N.C. SYMPHONY 

SEE ALSO ROCK CONCERTS 

SEE ALSO BOCK 'N- ROLL 

SEE ALSO VIOLINISTS 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, MUSICIANS 

ONE-HIT SOLOIST REACHING OUT FOR 'RADICAL ECLECTIC LIMELIGHT 

SONNY TERRY, T,, DIES 

SONNY TERRY'S MAGICAL BLUES 

HARMONICA GREAT IS BURIED 

MOOING MUSIC? 

PRESERVATION SOCIETY ENJOYS DURHAM'S MUSICAL HERITAGE 

CHAMPAG^'E CHARLIE! 

JOHN COLTRANE: a giant OF JAZZ IS REMEMBERED BY HIS NATIVE N.C. 

SAXOPHONIST 3L0WS FRESH AIR INTO CLASSICAL MUSIC 

A MUSICIAN WHO FOUNT A WAY 

NOONTIME CONCERT 

MUSICIANS TAKE BLUES FROM TOBACCO TOWNS TO CARNEGIE HALL 

FOREVER COUNTRY: BUT FRESHENING UP THE MUSIC IS WHAT RICKY'S OUT TO DO 

REOPATH TO PERFORM 

ARTISTS SALUTE FANS AT DURHAM CONCERTS 

LIVE. IN CONCERT... 

SAXOPHONIST JO PERFORM IN NEW YORK 

MUSICL'ND GROUP 

RECORD BAR SELLING 60 STORES ^UTSIDE SOUTHEAST 

MAJOR CONTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE RANKED FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. 

R. DILLARD TEER FAMILY HONOPEO FOR HELPING SET UP CHAIR AT ECU 

MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO BLACK "USLIMS 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEAOINGI 

SEE ALSO JIHAD (SHIITE MOSELM FJNOAMENTAL I ST GROUP! 

SEE ALSO RELIGION ISEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHESI 

DUKE PROFESSOR TO PRESIDE AT CONVOCATION 

POISONER WINS N.C. CIVIL SUIT 

MUSSELS 

SEE ALSO SEAFOOD 

A MUSSELING WE WILL GO 

MUSTARD 

SOME LIKE IT HOT 

MUTUAL FUNDS 

SEE ALSO STOCK MARKET 

'HOT' MUTUAL FUNDS OFFER PROFITS — BUT BE CAUTIOUS 
EXPLAIN 'GINNIE MAE' 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
MUTUAL SCL'S PROFITS JUMP <.6» 
MAGAZINE CITES DURHAM BLACK-OWNED FIRMS 
HOT? YES BUT NOT THAT HOT 

MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNORETTE (FILMI 

NO WHITEWASH AT THIS 'LAUNDRETTE' 

CANDOR AND SKILL MARK ADMIRABLE 'LAUNDRETTE' 

MYERSON/ALLEN 

DEVELOPERS SEEK LOAN FOR OURH«M HOSIERY MILL 

COUNCILMAN CALLS FOR CAUTION ON DURHAM HOSIFRY MILL LOAN 

THJRUUGHFARE PLAN FOR TREYBURN GETS COUNCIL'S OK 

DURHAM OKS LOAN FOR HOUSING PROJECT 

CITY NEEDS SOME RESULTS ON EOGEMONT INVESTMENT 

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. 

SOUTH CAROLINIANS WARNED AGAINST SE» WALLS 

'SUN FUN' AT "Y8TLE BEACH: JU^E FESTIVAL KICKS OFF SUMMER SEASON 

KEEP "EETINGS AT HOME 

WHERE'S THE PIG? 

N.C. GIRL KILLED IN FALL FROM BALCONY 

SECOND STATE TEEN DIES AT S.C. SEACH 

OUT-OF-STATE CAMPAIGNING 

RIGOROUS CONDITIONING KEEPS LIFEGUARDS FIT 

CONDO OWNERS WAITING FOR CHECKS 

MYSTFKIES 

MYSTERY AT DUKE: 



WAS RQXBORO WOMAN'S DEATH A RARE ACCIDENT — OR MURDER' 



"YTH, MEDIA, AND SOUTHERN MIND 
THE LITERARY LANTERN 

NAACP 

SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 

NAACP MEMBERS PROTEST APARTHEID 

NAACP LEADER: BLACKS ARE LOSING G'OUNO IN SCHOOL 

CASWELL BOARD DEFENDS VOTING SYSTEM 

WILLIAMS TO GIVE SPEECH AT NCC U 

NAACP, DURHAM CHAPTER 

LEADERSHIP OF NAACP TO CHANGE 

FLORINS RCBERSON TO LEAD NAACP 

DURHAM NAACP GETS BLEAK REPORT ON PUBLIC HOUSING 

KUDOS TO JAYCEES AND NAACP 

EX-NAACP HEAD PRAISES COURT'S RULING 

NAACP SAYS POLICE MURDERED MAN 

LASSITEO CALLS MuROER ACCUSATION RIDICULOUS 

COUNCIL WANTS REPORT 

RETIREE GROUP SEE«S DEATH PR03E 

OXFORD MANOR INCIDENT REOUIRES IMPARTIALITY 

LYNCH-MOB ATTITUDE 

JUDGING WITHOUT FACTS 

ACCUSATION IRRESPONSIBLE 

FAMILY AND WITNESSES OUESTIONEO POLICE ACTIONS IN SHOOTING OEATH 

NAACP HONORS nuRHAH ACTIVIST 

NAACP DINNER TO HONOR ACTIVIST ELMO MANGUM 

CHAMPION OF RIGHTS HONOREO 

NAACP HONORS LABOR ACTIVIST AT FUND DINNER 

ROBERSON ELECTED NAACP PRESIDENT 

NAACP, N.C. CHAPTER 

ELECTION OF N.C. COMMISSIONERS REVIEWED 

FORMER S. AFRICAN BEAUTY OUEEN JOINS FORCES TO PATTLE APARTHEID 



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SUBJECTS 



FBI PROBING CONf R0NT4TI0N ON MARCH 

SUIT "AY BLOCK VOTE ON N.C. JJOGES 

JUDICIAL RACES DELAY SEEN IF INJUNCTION GRANTED 

BLACK LAWYERS WANT JUDICIAL ELECTIONS HELD 

NAACP PROTESTS KLAN MARCH IN CHARLOTTE 

NAACP OPPOSING KLAN PARADE IN CHARLOTTE 

NAACP. VANCE COUNTY 

KITTRELL GROCERY STORE OWNER ACQUITTED OF ASSAULT CHARGE 
VERDICT DISAPPOINTS KITTRELL GROUP 

NAACP'S LEGAL DEFENSE FUND 

ATTnpr EY SAYS STUDY HILL AID ROOK'S CASE 

NAP CONSUMER ELECTRONICS CORP.-MAGN AVOX 
PLANT IS EVACUATED 

NASCAR 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

ELLIS TAMES IMAGE FOR NASCAR CIRCUIT 

RACERS STAGE HAYRIDE 

NASCAR SUSPENDS SPORTSMAN LEAIER 

GOODYEAR TIPEO OF HEAR, HANTS LESS WEIGHT 

NASCAR ANNOUNCES NEW SERIES 

NATO 

SEE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION 



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PERSON COUNTY PETITIONS SEEK N.C. 49 WORK 

n 

AREA COUNTIES PREPARING PRIORITIES FOR HIGHWAY MEETING HEDNESDAY 



H 1 lO/2;'/e6 C 1 N 

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LIST OF HIGHWAY NEEDS GETS BOARD"^ BACKING 

HIGHWAY NEEDS TO BE DISCUSSED 

SECTION OF N.C. 54 CLOSING POD BRIDGE 

CHAPEL HILL MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON N.C. 54 BYPASS 

AUTOMOBILES JAM UP ALONG N.C. 54 AFTER LINE IN CENTER OF ROAD MOVES 

SCHOOL BUSES GET CAUGHT IN BOTTLENECK 

<=i 
PARKWOOD FIRE CHIEF: TRAFFIC SIGNALS NEEDED AT WRECK SITE 
HIGHWAY 55 NEEDS SIGNAL. MORE PATROLS 
S17 MILLION MALL. OFFICE COMPLEX PLANNED 
LIST OF HIGHWAY NEEDS GETS BOARD'S BACKING 
HIGHWAY NEEDS TO BE DISCUSSED 
BUSINESS CENTER PLAN ON AGENDA 
TURN SIGNAL NEEDED 



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20-YEAR LAND-USE PLAN LIKELY BY JUNE 

OEVELOPWENT GETS MIXED REACTION 

1-40 INTERSECTION ZONING NEVER PASSED INTO LAW 



3 2/14/86 b 1 N '110 
3 4/04/86 8 I N Ml-J 
3 10/23/80 B 1 N 881 



HOME BUILDERS TARGET EAST DURHA" 

DURHAM BUSINESS GROUP TO 0FFE5 ZONING SOLUTION 

DURHAM COUNTY ZONING BOARD TO PONDER OAK GROVE REQUESTS 

OAK GROVE RESIDENTS STALL REZONING EFFORT 

DENIED REZONING REQUESTS ON COUNTY AGENDA 

NCA INC. 

UNION TARGETS BURLINGTON, M6BANE PLANTS 

NCM DEVELOPMENT GROUP 

SEE ALSO N.C. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
NCM ACQUIRES ROLLING HILLS DEVELOPMENT 
NCM BUYS ROLLING HILLS DEVELOPMENT 
1-40 CORRIOOR PROMOTIONAL GROiJP FORMED 

NCNB NATIONAL BANK 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL BANK 



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SEE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 

NABISCO INC. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

NAGASAKI, JAPAN 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO HIBAKUSHA (ATOMIC BOMB VICTIM51 

SEE ALSO JAPAN 

ATOMIC-BOMB SURVIVOR RECALLS CRYING, LEVELING OF BUILDINGS 

NAGS HEAD, N.C. 

DEVELOPER PURCHASES LAND IN NAGS HEAD 

NAIS'^ITH AHASO 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 

DUKE'S DAWKINS HIN5 1986 NAIS^IITH AWARD 
OAHKINS NATION'S TOP PLAYER 

NAMES 

SEE ALSO COURTESY TITLES 

SEE ALSO NICKNAMES 

SEE ALSO N.C, NAMES OF TOWNS 

SEE ALSO PERSONAL NAMFS 

SEE ALSO ROADS, N.C, NAMES 

AGAIN. IT'S RALEIGH-OURHAM 

A HARFBRAINED IDEA 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? BABY LABELS RANGE FROM BOOZE TO BIKFS 

EVEN BROTHERS DISAGREE ON FAMILY, TOWN NAME 

KEEP NAME SHORT 

BEACH COTTAGE NAMES COME IN A HIDE VARIETY 

MANY TAR HEELS USE INCORRECT NAMES FOR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

THE ACC NAME GAME 

NANCE FURNITURE CO. 

'RED' NANCE OIES AT 75 

NANCY SUSAN REYNOLDS AWARDS 

SEE ALSO SHARDS 

SEE ALSO Z. SMITH REYNOLDS FOUNOATION INC. 
REYNOLDS FOUNDATION SEEKING UNSUNG HEROES 
REYNOLDS FOUNDATION SEEKS SAMTS AT GRASSROOTS LEVEL 
•UNDERDOGS' WIN FOUNDATION'S REYNOLDS AWARDS 
N.C PEOPLE HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP 

NANDINA (PLANII 

EVERGREENS FARE WELL INDOORS 

NANNIES 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 



H 2 3/28/R6 A 13 N 



S 2 4/17/86 C I P N S84 
H 2 4/19/86 B 3 N 



H 2 3/14/85 C 1 N 
S 2 3/14/86 D 2 P N 



7 


1/28/86 A 


4 


F 


7 


6/09/85 A 


4 


1- 


7 


b/Z2/Kb C 


7 


N 


7 


7/06/85 C 


e 


N 


7 


7/18/86 A 


4 


c 


7 


8/04/85 A 


6 


U 


/ 


9/04/86 A 


9 


N 


I 


10/15/86 D 


1 


U 


2 


4/18/86 C 


1 P 






4/08/86 

4/17/66 

11/15/86 

11/18/86 



1 

13 

1 

7 



N 046 

J 

N 046 

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H 2 12/21/85 E 12 



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NANNY TO THC RESCUE 

NANNY FINDER? 

NANNY TO THF RESCUE 

^*''''25WG^ria'?bR^??"p;AN PROVOKE DISAOREE«ENT 

NANTAHAL4 POWER AND LIGHT CO. „.,^, ..,. 

COURT RULES AGAINST N.C. IN RATES CASE 

NANTAHALA RIVER 

HFADECI FOP HHITEWATFR7 HERE'S SOME INFORMATION 
CRACKDOWN PLANNED ON NANTAHALA ROATERS 
DROUGHT HURTING HYDROELECTRIC PLANTS 

'"'°^l?2;lo''RfTl°;:ER SELLS GOURMET FOOD STORES 
RFCORn RAR SELLS STORES IN ? TOWNS 

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 

SFE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

SEE ALSO ORUG ABUSE. PREVENTION 

''^^o'n'ilPjTd 5?"sIS5giLr°W??rcOCAINF ADDICTION 

''*-" 53^groirA7P^i?K"E^ECTION TO HEAR DISCRIMINATION CHARGE 

NATHAN A. WOMACK SCHOLARSH I P AWARD .,,... 

SYLVA PHYSICIAN WINS UNC • S H01ACK AWARD 

NATIONAL ABORTION RIGHTS ACTION LEAGUE INARALI 

^^PRQ-CH0ICe''a0V0CATE5: WOMEN WILL DECIDE ISSUE 
ABORTION RIGHTS LEADER CAMPAIGNS IN STATE 

NATIONAL ACAOEI'Y OF ARBITRATORS 

SFE ALSO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 
SEE ALSO MEDIATION 

SEE ALSO VOLUNTEER ARBITRATORS „^„, 

UNC PROFESSOR NAMED PRESIDENT OF U.S. ARBITERS 

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 
SEE ALSO SCIENCE 

INTERNATIONAL HIT SQUAD , ^. „, ,,,=.,rcc 

N.C. STATE PROFESSOR ELECTED TO ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 
POLL DEVASTATING: SCIENTISTS AGAINST -STAR WARS- 
SCIENTISTS ARE BEST 'OWLS' ON STAR WARS 
STUDY URGES SMOKING BAN ON DOMESTIC FLIGHTS 

SCIENCE ACADEMY CRITICIZES AIR QUALITY IN JETLINERS ^ „ , ^„ 

•PiSSIVE SMOKERS' AT HOME INCREASE LUNG CANCER RISK 30» OVER UNEXPOSED 

who's right about soi? 

national achievement scholarship program for outstanding negro students 
see also scholarships isee al s: names of scholar ships i 
<( students win scholarships 
scholarship semifinalists are named 

national aeronautics and space administration 

^"nc'"v?siting prof^blahes politics for putting damper on space program 
president to lead nation's tribute friday 
area services to remember cre-i 
chapel hill-carrboro grant begun 
clearing the record ,. ,, ^, 

duke historian calls for fewe' manned flights 
durham-poru expert heads shuttle probe 
new unc tfchnique may aid nasa investigations 
memper of nasa to speak at duke 
the nasa image 
nasa astronomer to speak at duke , ,^.„tr,r,m, 

...MAYBE WE COULD DELAY THIS PARTICULAR LAUNCH... (CARTOONI 
SPACE ASTRONOMY FINDING HISSING PIECES OF PUZZLE ,,.„,„„„, 
...HERE COMES ONE OF THOSE LITTLE FOREIGN JOBS... ICARIOONI 

THE Sight stuff/the 'IT might' stuff icartooni 

SHUTTLE DISASTER LANDS DUKE T=ACHFR ON TV 

'i'vOU W°LL FLy'^HIGHEr'^ANO FASTER THAN YOU EVER DREAMED...' 

;^?rTON'H^p5Nrfo''°Bj'J'?!KEj\rF^RST JOURNALIST TO RIDE ON SPACE FLIGHT 

NASA (CARTOON) 

ROGERS COMMISSION BOOSTS QUALITY CONTROL 

YFAGER^SAYs'shUTTLE TRAGEDY SHOWS MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS OF NASA 

SAFETY OF ASTRONAUTS SHOULD BE TOP PRIORITY 

SPACE PROGRAM NEEDS VISION 

ROBOT PROJECT FUNDS STALL , „,^ ,, 

ACTOR FIGHTS WRIGHTS' FIRST FLIGHT RIGHTS 

ASTPONAUT'S WIDOW FILES DAMAGE LAWSUIT „^,„,^„„ 

N.C. CENTRAL STUDENTS TOLD NASA ON WAY TO RECOVERY 

nIsS OFFICliL:SPiCE RESEARCH WOSTH EXPENSE. HELPS ECONOMY 

ASTRONAUT BACKS SPACE SHUTTLE TRIPS 

NATIONAL AGING FOUNDATION 

SfI also OUKe'^UNIV. center for THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO GER lATR ICS 

DUKE JOINS NATIONAL AGING FOUNDATION 

DUKE GRANTS TO STUDY AIDS. ALZHEIMER'S 

NATIONAL ALLERGY FOUNDATION 
SEE ALSO ALLERGIES 

ALLERGY FOUNDATION A PRODUCT If POLLEN 

NATIONAL ARCHIVES 

REMINISCES MADE PUBLIC 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE 
SEE NAACP 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE AN:) UNIV. BUSINESS OFFICERS 
DUKE STUDIES NEW INSURANCE PLAN 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES 

"luOGET-CUTUNG^LAtl'pREOCCUPIES OFFICIALS AT CONFERENCE 
SCHOOL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS GETS NATIONAL RECOGNITION 
5 COUNTY PROGRAMS WIN NATIONAL AWARDS 
MRS. HERON ATTENDS LAND-USE MEETING 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSIERY MANUFACTURERS 
SEE ALSO HOSIERY INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

U.S. HOSIERY MILLS BATTLE INVADERS 



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S 2 6/17/86 A 1 N 



S 2 5/1S/R6 D 3 F °71 
H 2 6/13/>i6 A ^0 N 
H 7 7/27/86 C "^ N 



S 2 2/05/86 C 1 
H 2 2/06/86 b 3 



H 2 8/05/86 B 1 P F C60 
H 1 'i/25/a6 B 3 N 
H 2 7/10/86 A « N 



H 3 1/23/86 B I R N BID 
H 3 9/2<./86 C I N TIO 



H 3 


5/15/86 B 


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7/03/R6 A 


4 


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H 2 


8/13/66 D 


4 


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H 2 


6/14/86 A 


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H 2 


11/15/86 A 


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C6D 


H 2 


12/24/66 A 


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H 2 


9/26/66 B 


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B30 


H 2 


1/30/86 A 


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P N 




H 2 


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H 2 


1/30/06 A 


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1/31/86 A 


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S 2 


2/12/86 A 


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H 2 


2/16/66 


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T T 


R56 


S 2 


2/17/66 C 


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H 2 


2/25/86 A 


4 


T T 


C50 


H 2 


2/25/86 b 


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T N 


B30 


H 2 


3/04/86 A 


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T T 


C50 


H 2 


3/13/86 A 


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H 2 


3/17/86 A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


3/31/96 A 


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a54 


H 2 


3/31/86 A 


4 


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H 2 


4/19/86 A 


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T J 


H49 


H 2 


4/21/86 C 


10 


M 




H 2 


4/27/86 C 


10 


o M 


W27 


H 2 


5/14/86 A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


6/I1/B6 A 


4 


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H 2 


6/12/86 A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


6/13/86 A 


16 


N 




5 2 


6/14/86 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/20/86 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


6/26/86 A 


20 


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H 2 


7/12/86 A 


8 


R N 




S 2 


7/16/86 C 


10 


P N 




H 2 


10/24/86 C 


6 


N 


C60 


S 2 


10/24/66 C 


1 


P N 


IB5 


S 2 


11/17/86 A 


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S 2 1/28/86 A ? N 

S 2 10/21/86 A 1 ■) B(j5 



H 2 9/16/06 C 2 
H 2 12/23/86 A 4 



S 2 10/29/85 A I N H8? 



H 2 3/04/66 8 1 

H 2 7/18/86 A 14 

H 3 7/19/86 C 1 

S 2 11/24/86 C 3 



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NATICNSL ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

DUKE STUDIES NEW INSURANCE PLAN 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLL Ei I A TE ATHLETICS. FOOTBALL 
FANFARE: ALL-NAIA TEAM 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS 
SEE ALSO LETTER CARRIERS 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

DURHAM LETTER CARRIERS RAISIN: MONEY FOR MOA 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NEGRO BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLU8^ 
DURHAM GROUP TO HONOR MRS. LUCAS 
MRS. LUCAS WINS SOJOURNER TRUTH 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REGIONAL COUNCILS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE J COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 

NARC PRESIDENT-ELECT HOWES PRACTICES WHAT HE TEACHES 
HOWES HEADS NATIONAL GROUP 



DURHAM CHAPTER 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION, 
SEE WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION 

NATIONAL ATHLETIC TRAINERS* ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO SPORTS (GENERAL HEADING! 

MORE TRAINERS SOUGHT FOR N.C. SCHOOLS 

NATIONAL AUDOBON SOCIETY 
SFE AUDUBON SOCIETY 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 
SFE ALSO PASKFTBALL 

CHARLOTTE PUSHES FOR NBA FRANCHISE 

•THE PIG 0' WEST OLD-TIMERS SHUT DOWN EAST 

SHULER KILLED IN CYCLE COLLISION 

THE SMALLEST NBA STAR 

TWIN TOWERS, ROCKETS TAKE CONTROL OUT WEST 

FANFARE: CHARLOTTE WOOS NBA 

N.C. MAKES NBA PITCH 

FANFARE: NBA TIX IN CHARLOTTE 

CHARLOTTE SELLING NBA TICKETS 

CHARLOTTE SELLING NBA TICKETS 

PRO HOOPS' RESURGENCE SHOWS IN N.C. 

FANFARE: NBA TONIGHT AT STATE 

FANFARE: THEY'RE HOPING 

LAKERS-eULLS A LARGE NBA LOCAL GAME 

CHARLOTTE TOPS NBA TICKET GOAL 

JORDAN, WORTHY RETURN 

JABBAR: TRULY A BASKETBALL GIANT 

CHARLOTTE NBA CHANCES GOOD? 

IF CHARLOTTE GETS NBA TEAM, D'lESELL WANTS TO COACH IT 

FANFARE: ORIESELL FLIES SOUTH 

DRIESELL INTERESTED IN CHARLOTTE NBA POST 

FANFARE: LEFTY IN THE NBA? 

SHINN: NBA COMING 

IN NBA, AGONY OF 'DE-FEET' SPELLS MAJOR PROBLEM 

CHARLOTTE SURVIVES CUT OF HOPEFUL NBA CITIES 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, DRAFT 

SEE NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION DRAFT 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, RECRUITING 

POLYNICE'S LAST MOVE AT UVA. SIMPLY STUPID 

PEARL, BEDFORD MOVE ON TO NBA 

FIVE UNDERCLASSMEN AVAILABLE FOR NBA DRAFT 

NBA EYES DAUGHERTY 

76ERS MAY PLAN A PHILLY SUB — TRADE PICK AWAY 

FIRST AND FOREMOST... 

FRANCHISE PLAYER MISSING, BUT DRAFT IS PLENTY DEEP 

DAUGHERTY 'SAFE' PICK 

WASHBURN HIGH ON GOLDEN STATE DRAFT 'WISH LIST' 

TfcERS STILL UNSETTLED ON FIRST SELECTION IN 1986 NBA DRAFT 

DAUGHERTY NO. I PICK IN DRAFT 

NBA FANS WANT INSTANT STARS 

TIME'S THE PEST JUDGE OF TUESDAY'S WINNERS 

DAUGHERTY AWAKES TO CLEVELAND 

A BUMPER CROP 

SURPRISES HIGHLIGHT NBA DRAFT 

ALARIE SAYS DENVER WAS HIS FI^ST CHOICE 

BIAS" DEATH QUELLS ACC'S DRAFT ELATION 

BETTORS BEWARE OF WILANOER 

FANFARE: MOST NBA-DRAFTED SENIORS NOT GRADS 

ALARIE SIGNS WITH NUGGETS 

ALARIF SIGNS WITH NUGGETS 

NATIONAL BIOMEDICAL SIMULATION RESOURCE 
SEE ALSO BIOMEDICAL SIMULATIONS 

SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTERS IN RES=ARCH SET AT DUKE 

NATIONAL BOYS INT ER SC HOL AST IC CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE U.S. TENNIS ASSOCIATION, BOY'S INTERSCHOL ASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 

NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

RTI AWARDED CONTRACT FOR 'OUIT SMOKING' EFFORT 
DUKE GRANTS TO STUDY AIDS, ALZHEIMER'S 
2 FROM DUKE ON TEAM MAKING AIDS PROGRESS 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS 
SFE ALSO EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 
FEDERAL WORKERS LEAVE EARLY 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH 
UNC STUDENTS GET GRANTS 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS LABORATORY 
SFE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

n HEALTH STATISTICS WORKERS RECEIVE DIRECTOR'S AWARUS 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO L IFENET 
SEE ALSO MISSING CHILDREN 

N.C. 'MISSING' CENTER JOINS U.S. NETWORK 

NATIONAL CHILD WELFARE LEADERSHIP CENTER 

AUTHOR OF BOOK ON MANAGEMENT TO ASSIST LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PROPOSITION 48 

NCAA TO CLEAR AIR ON PROPOSITION 48 NEXT WEEK 
THE NCAA'S CHANGING WINDS WORTH TRACKING 
ACADEMICS NOT ALL OF NCAA CONVENTION 
UNC PANEL STILL BEHIND PROPOSITION 48 



S 2 10/29/86 A 1 N we;? 

H 2 11/18/86 e 4 P N 



H 2 8/15/86 B 



H 2 5/25/86 C 7 N 

S 2 ^/2b/Bb B 1 ■> F G59 



H 2 4/07/86 B 4 P N M?? 
S 2 6/06/86 C 2 N 



H 2 12/28/86 B 7 



1/16/86 B 
2/09/86 C 
3/21/86 C 
5/07/B6 
5/23/86 C 
6/24/86 B 
6/24/86 D 
6/29/86 B 
7/15/86 D 
8/07/86 B 
9/28/06 B 
10/14/86 
10/16/86 
1C/18/R6 
10/18/86 
10/19/86 
10/20/86 
10/22/86 
11/07/06 
U/ll/86 
11/12/86 
11/13/86 
11/25/86 
11/30/86 
12/19/86 



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6/06/86 


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H 2 


6/1S/86 


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H 2 


6/15/86 


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6 


P 


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S 2 


6/16/86 





4 




N 




H 2 


6/17/86 


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P 


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H 2 


6/17/66 









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6/18/86 


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6/18/86 


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6/18/86 


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6/21/P6 


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6/22/86 


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6/26/86 


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S 2 10/21/66 A 1 M 865 

S 2 12/05/86 A 1 N 



H ? 10/18/86 C 1 N 

S 2 1/08/86 C 7 N 

H 2 4/04/86 A 15 rj 

S 2 8/15/86 A 1 N 385 

H 2 11/16/86 C 4 N 



H 2 1/09/06 1 N DTI 

H 2 1/10/86 CI U D71 

H 2 1/10/86 C 1 N 071 

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TO NC4A TITLE 



MONTHLV/4 



BUiCK SCHOOLS. 1C40EMICS CONCF«N fJC14 

NCAA BENDS ON PROPOSITION <,I9 AT CONVENTION 

IN NCAA BATTLES. SMALL SCHOOLS HAVE BIG VOICE 

NCAA gyPRACES ORUG TESTING 

FRIDAY. POULTON CHAGRINED 

PROPOSITION <.R (CARTOONI 

NCAA SLOWLt MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION 

FPE5HMAN ATHLETE PLAYING RULES SHOULD STAY TOUGH 

DON'T PENALIZE ATHLETES ^,„ , 

ECU FINISHES REPORT ON POSSIBLE VIOLATIONS 

ECU INVESTIGATION SHOWS VIOLATIONS 

ATHLETES SHOULD BE STUDENTS 

FRIDAY SETS INTO MOTION UNC LEADERSHIP CHANGE 

GEOPGIA RIGHTS A WRONG .., „,,. ^ 

SURPRISED COACHES TAKE SHOTS AT 3-POINT RULE 

NCAA TO 0UE5TI0N r,A>iECOCK BAS<ETBALL 

NO ACTION TAKi^N ON ATHLETICS PROPOSAL 

COLLEGE SPORTS CLEAN-UP PRODUCING A NFW ATTITUDE 

ACADEMIC HOOPLA , ^ ,^ „ ^ 

SWOFFORD: TICKET PULE ALMOST UNENFORCEABLE ,,,,., 

spangler: unc to defer action on athletic policies 

action on athletics regulations postponed by unc system board 

swofforo against 'unilateral' change , „ , ,, 

fordham. poulton. others oppose fposh eligibility in two sports 

athletes need more time for academics 

major issues await ncaa at next month's convention 

college presidents cite problems 

ncaa rules should make no exceptions 

National collegiate athletic association, baseball 
florida state tops molfpack 
n.c. state eliminated; ga. tech edges navy 
diamond chips 
ga. tech splits. faces rematch 

national collegiate athletic association. basketball (meni 
basketball notes 

lefty surely oohn. but not out at maryland 
ncaa merry-go-round ,,^ „ 

cremins. sutton. kirk discuss ncaa field ^, , , 
predictions pointless as final four countdown begins 
selection committee finds 6<. th pick the hardest 
top seed duke. 5 other acc teams make ncaa field 

1936 NCAA DIVISION 1 MEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 

ESPN TO CARRY DUKE 

ACC TEAMS FACE POCKY NCAA PATH 

"i'^t K^^VrSrayllONTME^Nts'SK^E^LLL championship TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS 

SirTrgl5{Es%'^jE'¥2frTS?l^^?N'lAT^-Gi?SirBLUE DEVILS 

FOR PACK. THREE MINUTES KEY TT TOURNAMENT FUTURE 

TAR HEELS FACE PROBLEMS IN INJURIES. IST-ROUNO FOE 

UTAH 'AT HUME' AT WEBER STATE 

DUKE IN BLACKOUT? 

DUKE IN 'NO-WlN' SITUATION 

WOLFPACK FACES ROUGH ROAD 

MARIST A MYSTERY TEAM 

OIIKE GAME NOT ON TV 

DUKE BEGINS IN VALLEY ON TRIP 

FROM ITTA SENA TO THE NCAA 

UNC GETS HEALTHY FOR NCAA TOLPNEY 

FLIGHT 1067: ROD SERLING'S UNC EXPRESS 

;^ibb|"S!if:''?is^?TBS"LL°£SrT|^ TRAVELING COUNTRY WATCHING GAMES 

UNC SEEKS WINNING CHEMISTRY 

NCAA PITCHES TENTS IN GREENSBORO 

IT'S DO-OR-OIE TIME FOR HEELS 

IOWA 'AT HOME" VS. N.C. STATE 

TAR HEELS ESCAPE UTAH IN WEST REGIONAL 

DUKE LEARNS A LESSON FROM MISSISSIPPI VALLEY 

DUKE CLIMBS OUT OF A DELTA VALLEY 

YOUNG WOLFPACK. HAWKEYES LOOK FOR IMPROVEMENT 

DEPAUL USES SUE TO OUST VIRGINIA ,,,„,cc 

PRICE SPARKS GA. TECH WIN; VILLANOVA HOLDS OFF HOKIES 

HEELS 'ON TRACK' 

UNC BACK ON TRACK 

TAR HEELS WAKE UP IN UTAH 

DUKE OVERCOMES UPSTART DELIA OEVILS 

NO. 1 DUKE WORRIES ODU ^, ^^ ,,„. 

YOUNGER MEYER DIRECTS DEPAUL IN UPSET OF UVA 

ODU TAKES LESSON FROM 15T OUKE FOE 

TAR HEELS FIND TOURNEY TOUCH 

UNC CLEARS THE AIR IN UTAH MOJNTAINS 

WOLFPACK PULLS ONE OUT, 66-6*. , ,„^., 

DESPITE LACK OF RESPECT, DEVILS ARE GREAT 

'CLEAN' GENE'S BLAZERS FACE UNC 'MACHINE' 

UAb'S MITCHELL TO TEST TAR HEELS 

WOLFPACK HANGS ON AT THE END 

OUKE GETS IT TOGETHER TO ROUT OLD DOMINION 

UNC UTILIXZES DEFENSE TO REACH ROUND OF 15 

AMAKER DUKE'S MR, T WHEN IT COMES TO D 
WOLF, HALE PLAY WELL WHEN UNC NEEDS IT 

WOLFPACK GETS PIECE OF THE (LITTLE! ROCK ,„.„.„„ rn..c 

PAT BOONE AND HIS LITTLE ROCKS BELIEVE IN THEIR JOURNEY GOALS 

DEPAUL TAKES ANOTHER STEP. NO. 1 BLUE OEVILS NEXT FOE 

JAMMING WITH DAVID ^, ^ 

BOLTON GIVES PACK ESSENTIAL MR. PRIME TIME 

STATE SURVIVES J-OT STRUGGLE 

BLUE OEVILS DISPLAY KILLER INSTINCT 

HEELS BACK ON TRACK, IN SWEET 16 

NCAA DIVISION I BASKETBALL FINAL 16 

LOUISVILLE, UNC CLASH 

BOLTON SPARKS WOLFPACK IN ESCAPE 

DEPAUL PROVES POINT IN PAIR OF UPSETS ,„„.,,,,.= 

ROBINSON LEADS NAVY CHARGE IN 97-85 UPSET OF SYRACUSE 

NO. I BLUE OEVILS WANT PRESSURE ON DEPAUL 

CRUM: UNC'S SIZE PROBLEM FOR CARDINALS 

KANSAS THE FAVORITE IN MIDWEST REGION 

TECH'S WEAL DISCIPLINED 

THE LATEST LINE 

COACH K PREFERS UNDERDOG ROLE , _ 

COACH V'S REPETITIVE PERFORMANCE BRINGS 

OEACS COULD HAKE BIG BUCKS IF ACC TEAMS 

UNC MEETS TOUGH CARDS IN HOUSTON 
WAGNER IS CARDS' ACE- I N- THE-HTLE 

UNC FACING LOADED DECK 

"cvlNa.^'picI CONCENTrIte'oN SURVIVAL IN NCAA TOURNEY 

DEPTH GIVES OUKE TOURNAMENT EDGE 

TAR HEELS HOPE TO STAND TALL AGAINST CARDS 

THIS TIME AROUND. SMITH'S TIGERS NO NCAA CINDERELLA 

IOWA STATE'S GRAYER GETS PACK'S ATTENTION 

SHUE FIRED BY BULLETS. REPLACED BY LOUGHERY 

ACC STILL NO. 1 

CRUM, SMITH IN RARE SHOWDOWN 

MATCHUPS CRUCIAL TO TAR HEELS 



IN NCAA WINS 

MAKE IT TO FINAL FOUR 



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H 2 


1/13/B6 B 




M 071 


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l/li/Pt 




N 071 


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1/15/96 B 




U 071 


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1/15/10 B 




N 071 


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1/15/86 D 




N 


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1/16/86 A 


4 T 


T P55 


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1/16/86 D 




U 071 


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1/16/86 A 




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1/22/95 A 




L 


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1/23/96 




N 


H 2 


1/24/86 C 




N 


H 2 


1/29/86 A 




L 


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2/ 4/86 A 


1 P N MIO 


H 2 


2/17/86 A 




c 


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4/03/96 


1 n M 


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7/04/86 C 




M 


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8/04/86 B 




N 


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9/19/86 A 




F 


S J 


8/19/86 D 




U '•25 


H 2 


9/29/86 B 1 




N 


S 2 Il/l<./R6 A 




N L90 


H 2 11/15/86 C 




N L90 


H 2 


1/16/86 B 




N 


H 2 


1/19/R6 B 




N 


S 2 


1/21/85 A 




F 


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2/15/86 B 




N 


H 2 12/21/86 B 




N 


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12/30/95 A 




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5/23/86 C 




N 


H 2 


5/24/85 




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5/24/86 A 




P U P52 


H 2 


5/26/86 D 




N 


S 2 


2/05/86 




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2/14/86 C 




U 071 


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2/26/96 




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S 2 


3/D1/86 A 




C U F25 


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3/09/86 e 




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3/09/86 B 




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3/10/86 D 




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3/10/86 D 




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3/10/96 D 




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3/10/86 




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3/11/86 




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3/11/86 




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H 2 


3/12/86 




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3/12/86 D 




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3/12/96 




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3/12/86 D 




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P U 018 


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N 018 


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3/14/85 C 




N C52 


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3/14/05 C 




P M 071 


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3/14/86 C 




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3/19/86 D 




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1/01/66 - li/31/FI6 . V. = . c >. , ^ l/5<,?,t 



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LOUISVILLE RALLY KNOCKS OUT T4 R HEELS, iJi,-?") u , 

DUKE. DFPAUI MATfM '".nai^ "^ ' ^ ' " ? 



S I T 

E L y 

DATE C PC L P -lYL 

DUKE. OEPAUL HATCH GOALS = = <-5> •• i ■< H | 3/2/86 1 »! C|f 

CINDERELLAS: THE SMART INAVYI AND UGLY (CLEVELAND ST.l u I ?/l /§S ? 1^? 

SCOTT SKILES- SCOWL PUTS OPPONENTS IN A TRANCE S I l/l}^2J r J o t^ ?T' 

IOWA STATE MOVING UP WITH COACH JOHNNY ORR 2 I I^I^Sf f " t^ P,i 

PERSON, AUBURN TOP UNLV J u,^r H | 3/21/66 CI N C 36 

CARDS DEAL TAR HEELS OUT S | HiiClt n ? p f^?i 

REMEMBERING THE CLASS OF '86 t | ?<|}<25 ° S ^ ^ 

DUKE FACING -RIG- DEMONS | f H?HS* R ° I 2i2 

SEC IN SPOTLIGHT IN NCAA ACTION | | H|M5? S 1 „ ^ "^^^ 

BL-u^D ,;;!L%^^j??rFig^;%«!rL ^Ss;"g^^:iL^" syndrome.... .cartoon, „o 

IrAT^^Sh^D^s'b^FP^TwI ^TaI^^'^ ^"''•' '°''' K ! ' W 

DEVILS DISPATCH DEPAUL | | ?/^l^o? ? , n " " 

DUKE CONTINUES METHODICAL MARCH TO FINAL <. II l/ll'>2? . In 

NAVY, ROBINSON S0UEE2E PAST CLEVELAND STATE I I VAViVl f iR 

WASHBURN, SHACKLEFORO PAINT N.C. STATE INTO NCAA FINAL 8 II l/ll/?J J f? 

ERNIE, SHACK COME THROUGH FOR HOLFPACK N THE CLUTCH S | VAVlH n 4 

ir.^I^nl, f.'JO'J'-AS LIKELY WON'T PLAY IN IOURNaSFNT S ? ?/?l/5^ K - 

SLUE DEVILS, NAVY ALIKE IN PURPOSE " f< HZ 3/22/66 t 

MtODIE IN THE MIDDLE GETS DUKE'S ATTENTION u I X'lWiVt 2 ! 

!lR%^UAfriASS^%"TfG^^sV^I.-"?2^ ^"" -^ "'-"^ ^-^5 S ; B 

|SKE7ibSis^f??^i??tE°F^:sr§F-^ALLAs S 

DESTINATION DALLAS: DUKE SINKS NAVY IN EAST H | l/|MSJ i | 

KANSAS TAKES STATE IN STRETCH i c 3 i H 2 3/2^/86 B 2 

FOR MYERS. CLOSE, BUT NO CIGAR S I ViM/iH i ? 

EC STAS Y. . . AGON Y 3/2H/r6 B 3 

OUKE TOTALLY DOMINATES NAVY ^ ? I/IwSa n 5 S m c,t 

BLUE DEVILS' DESTINY IS IN DALLAS I | \',W,Vl R I S m nf = 

•PACK CAN'T SUITE WEAVE SEOUEL TO MIRACLE OF '83 I | \',M'/VL n 2 p ^ ^'' 

WOLFPACK LOOKING TO THE FUTURE .v v-lc u o) S 2 3/24/?6 D 4 R N 

KANSAS WANTS REMATCH | | |<|5<2J g f J^ 

HOW GOOD IS DUKE? UNIMPOSING DEVILS MERELY 36-2 I I i/j^/ba r ? , nia 

DUKE'S CONSISTENCY MASKS ACHIEVEMENTS I | 1,12/21 ! ^ ^ ^'^ 

BIG GAMES BRING OUT BEST IN HENDERSON I | \',\V,Vi n ? o m c; 

DAWKINS SMALL IN STATURE, BUT BIG IN BOX SCORES I I 3/pJ/§5 S \ '^ '^ '^ " 

F NAL FOUR TICKETS FOCUS IN FLIMFLAM ^'-U'<" S 2 3/26/86 3 N 

DIALING FOR DALLAS, THE HOOPLA REGINS H I i/It/bS n i rsj 

OUKE TICKET OFFICE RUSY FOR FINAL <. H I i/It/Sa n \ l^ '^^ 

DATELINE: DALLAS ^ | I/It^IS g ? n m 

DUKE-KANSAS: A CLASSIC MATCH I I l;!,^!? i I S n ni» 

DALE BROwN MEDIA'S FAVORITE | \ V/WiW % \ I ^l ^\\ 

BLUE DEVIL SPECIAL ^fit/Sb B I P N F2S 

sii?;NAi5gK^^A?i^5i:'¥;5r?as^ ii.r.i'r:.T.T.\'i\it s^M^a favorites S f vB'^ i \ ° I nu 

?^^;j?SJ'2Xs°JifeSrEJ?!Ni^'T7?Lf "'^^^•••°'^" °' bVSe'-^r"!?^ ^2E^??rS3KF H p 

BASKETBALL, TEXAS STYLE S I l/IS/S^ f I w 

MAYOR HEADS FOR DALLAS TQ PULL FOR BLUE DEVILS S I 3/ln/66 r 1 P ^ 

KANSAS NEXT HURDLE FOB DUKE'S BEST "cviLJ 5 2 3/26/66 C j ^ ^^ ^ ,, 

BIG EMBRACES FINAL FOUR | I V/?«/^t S m ^fl 

DATELINE: DALLAS | I l/!2;5? S ! n ^ ^'^ 

LOUISVILLE GETS THE NOD OVER L SU II l/IS/nt R i i u ct>c; 

BLUE DEVILS HAVING A 'MISERABLE' TIME S I 1/15^66 D ? U 07? 

Dl 'SI-DAY HAS ARRIVED U % l/lo/qj R i o u ?Il 

KANSAS CHARM " 5 3/29/86 D 1 P N C52 



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MR SrAR^F*"-^ RECEIVE TOP BILLING AT FINAL FOUR H 2 3/29/9I D 2 



TRUE BLUE 



2 3/2''/06 3 P P K30 
5 2 3/2''/66 A 1 P P F7C1 



DAriLINE-'giMr' ^"^"^^ °'' '^*'"*"^S S 2 3/29/56 A 8 P U 01« 

NcII'-iSoPLA'i'-BIT MUCH \ \ YA^'H J | ? [J ^,5 

DUKE BASKETBALL PROGRAM ON SOL in GROUND I I 3/29/66 A 9 P 11 F26 

BLUE DEVILS AREN'T TOO SERIOUS I I {Al'/lh A 9 P N TIB 

TD^i.t?"55^i^E^^Aj?s"!^AjD'iKArs** ^"'"^^ ^"'"^ «'^ ^^'"^ G.VE...VICTORY H p y C 

rT^r^ESffrA^^D-jSR^^jN^tir"-^ '^ "''°^- ^'"°«'' „" °^ 3J4 

r^o"?Xi^Sg??'" "^«- '^"'^ ^«^ ""^ °^ '"^ '«"°E I O^^S I ? ^^ CS2 

STAYING LOOSE ^ | l/l?/S? ? '? S m 

Sili^iE^^ib^E ^SViir^^^ ^^" ^"'"^"^ S r^ ^!^ 

FINAL FOUR MATCHUPS H I 3/lI/PA n \ I H " 

^O^R^ER; P^???sJ^N?'khriES??L^'llc^fy^? '.luZ '^ ^^^°"'^ PREPARATION H 2 3/3,^| 8 1 P U D7, 

S^^^tM'PvJ???^ ^S? Jiilifs J Ks I I \^ I \ll^. 

FINALLY. IT'S DOWN TO THE VERY BEST I I 3/31/P6 n 3 P u ni6 

FFRRY DUKE'S 'TIMELY' FRESHMAN I | 3/3 /nt S 4 p Sf= 

DJ??riNf •"oALLis""' ""' ^"' ^**'°' ' 2 3'/3'';;Sg 8 5 P •,' 2^1 

LOUISVILLE DEFEATS DUKE H I i/nf/nS S t ►! ?I5 

OUKE CAMPUS: GREAT SHOW. BAD ENDING M 2 ^/O /2? i o , As! 

SACK TO NORMAL OR BATTER UP? H I 2/ni/6A i i c 

f55R!l!l^|-| i?' g'-'J? OEVILS 69: DUKE DIDN'T GIVE UP, DEVILS JUST GAVE OUT H 2 V/0\/«6 1 C U n71 

T??'K?if c"h^A?°e5 CONTINUE IN DALLAS K | .^'g,'/^?^ g j^ „ ."J , go 

BLUE^DEVIL FANS WELCOME TEAM AT ROU AFTER DEFEAT " I t/o\/pt ° I P n S3<. 

COLD SHOOTING ENDS DEVILS' DREA-S I I i'/ol/^^t D ! S N n ?S 

EIJi'L ANALYSIS: SIX REASONS WKY DUKE LOST ^ f S/0 /56 D P U Dll 

HENDERSON'S CAREER BIGGER THAN ONE GAME S 2 J/01/66 n 7 P H F?l 

SAfEUNE:'SSL\As""' '-°""''"-'-''' """^^ 5 I t/°\/ito 3 S N f|I 

rsAMITF^TX'knJr""'^"*''" TEA- — SAY THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES THIS SEASON H 2 t/02/86 A I P N A 5' 

R.',^?£?9"*I"^*'T DOESN'T OVERSHADOW DEVILS' DEEDS H I t/oi/lb B 2 P li rs' 

2ocK^'?!l„"°'«°*'' "<■<;"'' LOUISVILLE WAS BETTER H 2 4/S2/B6 t 5 P u 07"l 

ALL'ourFOR'l?°AL!:"'°' ""°' " ' '^^2/6? B 2 N ^" 

R,'i!!i gJI"!;?"!-'- "*''• ""5 STILL NO. 1 FUR EACH OTHER S 2 J/02/86 A t P N " ''' 

DUKE BASKETBALL TEAM GOOD EXAMPLE OF CLASS S i 2/n2/B6 A 4 = 

DUKE SENIORS LEAVE SPECIAL LEGACY I | Z/SI/pS S 1 » 11 nil 

£f?Jt.f9S!;:S t'I'Uli REPORTS RUFFLE CARDS H 2 J/Sf/SS 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY'S RECOGNITION PEAKS, THANKS TO DUKE H 2 J/06/86 " 3 N 

DID IMMANUEL KANI COACH THE BLUE OEVILS? H 2 J/07/86 A 4 1 

OUKE ^RIIOMUES IDEALS OF COLLEGE ATHLETICS S 2 J/07/6? 12 J 

ACADEMIC CASUALTIES I | J/iJ^n? S 5 1 F75 

NCAA NOT READY TQ FOLLOW TERPS' MOV= I I a/lS/Rfc n 1 i^ " 

RlS?°2;;j YS-Til ^?^? ""°'= '*°- ^' S ^ l?^!^;^J 8 1 P :i F25 

THE NEW I-POINTpS- ^^ri^ 1 I„F . , .VHP. " 2 11/18/66 D 14 P F 071 

SASKETBAir SotfI^' ' ^ "- "^ ^ * LAYUP' H 2 U/2<./66 6 2 J G50 

BASKETBALL NOTES ; 3 12/11/66 B 1 U Fjs 



umss^M 



MONTHLY/* 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - l2/31/'i6 



SUBJECTS 



Of.i 652 
l/O'/OT 



M»SSI"INO PLANS ASSAULT ON 3-POINTER 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSICIATIONi BASKETBALL (WO«ENI 
FHUP ACC TE4MS GET WO'<EN'S BIDS 
TAR HEELS HOLO "FF BEZELS 

P.M. DIGEST: GENS LITTLES REPLACES GEORGE K«RL 
WOMEN'S TICKETS SELL SLOH 
TROJANS STOP UNC WCEN 
PIRATES EDGE WOLFPACK IN NINT^ 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. CROSS-COUNTRY 
Fanfaoe: farmer hINS REGIONAL 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. FOOTBALL 

APPLEV.MITE LANDS 'T ECU AFTER TRANSFER REVERSAL 
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP UP FQR jRSBS 

SS'^H^'Xili^? iEc.i?ii!E!u'?S^?BAl:L PROGRAM GETS M,LO PROBATION 

HARVEY ELIMINATED FRO- LIST 

NORTH DAKOTA STATE 33 WINS HA-'LON HILL 1*0?"/, ^„== „^.„^ 
PATERNO EJP^CTS NCAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFF WITHIN THREE YEARS 



lATF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. GOLF 

ESM*: RECEIVE NCAA TOURNAMENT GOLF BIOS 

S AIM FOR NCAA TOUR-fcY 
GOLF TOURNAMENT: ACC F0UR5OMF EYEING GOLF TITLE 
FOR NCAA LEAD: ACC GOLFERS SHARE TOP SPOT 

IMS FOR TEAM TITLE 

COWPOYS ON TOP 

N AGAIN FOR A"ATEUR ACE 

TATIONS PUT PRESSURE ON vFRPLANK 

TATIONS PUT PRESSUR= ON vFRPLAl.K 

TATF LEADS MARATHON AT NCAA TOURNEY 

N BUT NOT OUT, STAG= LATE RALLY FOR GOLF TITLE 

ILE YOU WORK THEME SONG IN DEACS' NCAA CHARGE 

DEACS WIN NCAA TITLE S 
GIVES DEACONS NCAA TITLE 



NATIONAL COLLE. 
FOUR ACC T 
UNC GOLFER 
NCAA -EN'S 
DEACS TIED 
VERPLANK A 
VERPLANK 
GOLF IS FU 
HIGH F«PEC 
HIGH EIPEC 
OKLAHOMA S 
DEACS. COW 
WHISTLE WH 
VERPLANK . 
LATE SURGE 

NATIONAL CCLLEGUTF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. GOLF IWOMEN) 
DUKE 7TH IN NCAA WOMEN'S GOLF 
P.M. DIGEST 

DUNLAP, GATORS LEAD NCAA WOMEN'S GOLF 
OUNLAP helps GATORS DEFEND NCAA WOMEN'S GOlF TITLE 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. LACROSSE 
THREE ACC TEa-S GET LACROSSE BIDS 
COLLEGE NOTES 

UNC GOES TO "ARYLANO IN NCAA LACROSSE 
UNC EAR'.S BERTH IN LACROSSE FINAL FOUR 
SAME FOUR KNOCK ON DOOR FOR NCAA LACROSSE TITLE 
IT'S HEELS VS. CAVS FOR LACROSSE TITLE 

NCAA LACROSSE: T»R HEELS. CAVALIERS VIE IN ALL-ACC CH AMP lOrjSM I p game 
UNC CAPTURES LACROSSE TITLE 
TAR HEELS TOP CAvS FOR LACROSSE CROWN 
VICTORY SWEET FOR UNC 
ACC EARNS LACROSSE HONORS 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. PROPOSITION 48 
SEE ATHLETES. ACADEMIC STANDARDS 
SEE NATIONAL CJLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
SEE PROPOSITION 48 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. SOCCER (MENI 
FANFARE: SOCCER EXTRAVAGANZA 

DUKE GETS HOME FIELD FOR NCAA FIRST SOUND 
DUKE GETS HOME EDGE IN NCAA 
DUKF SOCCER TEAM STARTS NCAA "LAY 
DEVILS FOOT GAMECOCKS IN 1ST »OUND 
UNC WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM ADVANCES 
STONE PACES DUKE HIN 

STATE GETS DUKE PLAYOFF GAME , _ . 

DUKE. N.C. STATE RENEW FEUD FOR REGIONAL CROwN 
BLUE DEVILS STOP STATE IN SOCCER 

^LSE^gESjLs'^o'ISsrSSfM'L'fe^OLA IN NCAA QUARTERFINALS SUNDAY 

RENNIE'S SOCCER SUCCESS IS TINTED RED. WHITE AND BLUE 

OUKE SOCCER MEETS UNBEATEN LOYOLA 

BLU= DEVILS ROLL INTO SEMIFINALS 

FANFARE: SIGNIFICANT OTHERS 

STONE GOAL CARRIES DUKE TO SEMIFINALS 

DEVILS TWO WINS FRO- THEIR OREA- „ ,„ , .,„ 

SChhlAR-ATHLETE B»AGGING rights AT STAKE IN DUKE-HARVARD CLASH 

KERR'S PAIR L'^ADS DUKE ?Y HARVARD. INTO NCAA FINALS 

gtviigrfs^iR^^rss? ru^i'.v^^^^i'^E'i'ii\^ soccer tea- 

gScJ^'ValsIoR?: dSk^ t'cfw^TEAM PLANS TO ACHIEVE WHAT. ..OTHERS DION' 

BLUE DEVILS FACE FAST-RISING JIPS 

BRIOESMAIOS GET CHANCE FOR "OJSUcT 

OUKE DOES IY: wins SuCCER TITLE 

DUKF'S NCAA CHA-PS FULFILL DREA- ,,..„„ ,„ ro 

POSITIVE PLUE DEVILS FULFILL EXPECTATIONS IN NCAA RETURN TRIP 

DUKE HAILS ITS FIRST TEAM TO CAPTURE NATIONAL TITLE 

BLUE DEVILS EARN NCAA TITLE ,„. - 

DUKE'S SOCCER TEAM SNARES NATIONAL TITLE 

t4C AM CHAHPS 

OUkE'S KERR NAMED SOCCER "LAY^R OF YEAR 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. TENNIS ,,„,„, ,.„ 

HALLOOR'O-J'S 65 LFAOS -CMORIALi NICKLAUS LURKS ONE SHOT BFl.INO 
FRENCH OPEN TENNIS BEGINS TODAY 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. TRACK 
ACC DUEL CONTINUES IN NCAAS 

STATE RUNNER OuITS RACE. - AK ES SUICIDE ATTE-PT 
TWO WOMEN TOP TRIPLE JU-P RECORD 



H 2 12/12/B6 C I T " 



Ex-hILL5IDE"sTAR COUNCIL WINS NCAA HURDLES TITLE 
STATE TEA-MATE SAYS PRESSURE !>ECA»E TOO MUCH FOR 



P.M. DIGEST 

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON AIR OUALITY 
SEE AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 
SEE AIR OUALITY 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS 

^^IvanGELISM^SIro to DEFINE. RELIGIONS PANELISTS SAY 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES . . 

TAR HEEL LEGISLATORS. LOB=>YlSTS INVAOE LOUISIANA 

N.C. HEARS NEW IDEAS ON FUNDING POISON CONSTRUCTION 

LEGISLATORS CONFERENCE yi^loS many PREDICTIONS for SOUTHERN PRImjry 

ADULT RURAL EDUCATION OFTEN GEARED TO URBAN LIFE 

NATIONAL CONGRESS OF CITIES ..^, 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES 



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PACE 653 
l/09/a7 



CnuNCIL TO ATTEND CONFERENCE 3N CITIES 

NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

SEE ALSO JEFFERSON MARKETING CO"?. 
SEE ALSO N.C. CONGRESSIONAL CLU» 

BROYHILLt FUNDERauRK: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? 

BROVHILL'S VOTING RECORD CHASTISED 

BOMBAST THAT DIVIDES 

THEIR CONSERVATISH HAS LITTLE LEG ROOM 

JUDGE REFUSES TO DISMISS PART JF FEC SUIT AGAINST ORGANIZATIONS 

WHAT AN ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS SUIT; (CARTOON) 

WRITER SHOWED CANDIDATES" DIFFERENCES 

MAGAZINE SAYS GOP HOLD ON SENATE SEAT IHREATENtO 

MORE NEGATIVE NONSENSE 

CLUB'S DIRTY TRICKS 

BROYHILL'S RECIPES HAVE CONSERVATIVE FLAVOR 

TRYING TO SHED CLUB IMAGE 

JEFFERSON MARKETING INC. ORGANIZES SIX SUBSIDIARIES 

SET POLITICAL RECORD STRAIGHT 

PRICE SAYS 'SHADOW CAMPAIGN' RUN FOR COBEY 

FETZER IS TAKING POST WITH RALEIGH COMPANY 

6R0YHILL ATTRACTS BUSINESS 

COBEY IN DEBT TO CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? 

HUNT, HELMS GROUPS WINDING DOWN 

BROYHILL'S VOTES WERE RIGHT 

BROYHILL'S 'POSITIVE CAMPAIGN' DRAWS JOD AT JORDAN HIGH RALLY 

THE CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ENTERS LOCAL POLITICS (CARTOON) 

VOTERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ISSUES. ANSWERS 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB HURTS FUNDERi^URK 

BROYHILL TAKES LEAD IN GOP RACE 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ACCUSES BROYHILL OF ATTACKING HELMS ON WASTE BILL. 

GOP LEGISLATOR SAYS FUNOERBUR<'S ADS INCLUDE DECEPTION 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB CHARGED WITH 'POLITICAL TERRORISM' 

CAMPAIGN ALLEGATIONS CAN BE ELUSIVE AS AIR 

NEGATIVE ADVERTISING 

NO, YOU GET IN THE BOTTLE! (CARTOON) 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB WILL HALT A NT I -BRO YHI LL ADS AFTER PRIMARY 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB STIRS FLAP OVER LOAN BY BROYHILL 

JIM BROYHILL'S VICTORY A REPUBLICAN COMEBACK 

THE CLUB (CARTOON) 

HIGH-ROAD POLITICS SUCCESSFUL THIS YEAR 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB'S DIRECTION) IS UNCERTAIN AFTER FUNDERBURK'S LOSS 

THE CLUB CAN'T SURVIVE IN THE MIDDLE GROUND 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB, FEC REACH AGREEMENT 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB TACTICS HELD UNFAIRLY CHARACTERIZED 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB EXPECTED TT FACE CHANGES 

A BLUNDER ADMITTED 

REAGAN SEEN HELPING UNITE STATE GOP 

SANFORD BLASTS BROYHILL ARTICLE 

BROYHILL RIGHT CHOICE 

POLITICS CHARGED AGAINST RECALL EFFORT 

RECALL OPPONENTS SEE POLITICS 

BOTH SIDES PLAYING HARDBALL IN RECALL BIO 

CLUB'S NEW MAGAZINE HAS NO OLIVE BHA.^CHES 

PACS SPEND 471 MILLION 

CLUB HAS HAND IN HIRING AT F M^ A , POSE CHARGES 

JEFFERSON MARKETING'S POLITICAL LOANS EYED 

AGENCY EXTENDED CREDIT To HELMS, CONSERVATIVES 

CANDIDATES GET LITTLE DIRECT AID FROM CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 

VALENTINE OUTSPENDS HCELHANEY 3 TO I 

SEEDS OF 19<J0 VENOM MAY HAVE BEEN SO,JN 

DALPIAZ, GASTONIA BUSINESSMAN, PROPOSED FOR GOP CHAIRMAN 

IT'S BACK. ..AND IT'S NOT HAPPY. (CARTOON) 

REPUBLICANS MEET IN EFFORT TQ END FEUD 

NATIONWIDE GOP EFFORT BEHIND HELMS 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

SEE ALSO N.C. COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

CHURCH GROUP TOUR DROUGHT- STRt CKEN AREAS 
TASK FORCE TOURS PARCHED DAIRY COUNTRY 
RELIEF FROM CHURCH COUNCIL 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 

COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN TO MEET 

WOMEN HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP 

TUESDAY TALK 

NATIONAL CRIME INFORMATION CENTER 
SEE ALSO CRIME, STATISTICS 

COMPUTERS REPLACE BLOODHOUNDS TO CATCH ESCAPEES 

NATIONAL OFar 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO TRADE DEFICIT 

SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET 

SEE ALSO U.S., BUDGET DEFICIT 

WASTE IN REAGAN SPENDING 

DISTRIBUTE THE DEBT 

<r RTP COMPANIES RATED AMONG B?ST IN U.S. TO WORK FOR 

LAWMAKERS RAISE DEBT CEILING AND HEAD HOME 

SHEER TERROR NEEDED TO HELP FIGHT DEFICIT 

NATIONAL OFFENSE 

SEE ALSO MILITARY 

DEFENSE CAN BENEFIT FROM FRFS^ APPROACH 
GROOM'S MAIN ISSUE IS DEFENSE 

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, U.S. 

BENNETT CALLS GOVERNORS' REPO'T ON EDUCATION 
N.C. NEEDS RENEWED COMMITMENT JO SCHOOLS 

NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK (SEE NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 
SEE AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK 
SEE DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS 
SEE DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO ARTS, U.S. 

DANCE FESTIVAL RECEIVES GRANT 

MAGAZINE WINS NATIONAL GRANT 

ADF HITS MATCHING GOAL 

DANCE FESTIVAL RAISES FUNDS F3R ENDOWMENT 

NOONTIME CONCERT 

KWANZAA BRINGS HERITAGE HOME 

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES COMMITTEE 

FREE LECTURE SERIES OFFERED 

UNC, DUKE FACULTY MEMBERS OFFERED HUMANITIES FELLOWSHIPS 

NATIONAL ENgulRER (NEWSPAPER) 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/1 



S U B J E C 



..."N.C. ST4TP FOOTHALL JDINS NSTIOM'S TOP TWENTY"... (CiRTOONI 

NATION!!. FEDERATION FOR DECENCV 

SEE ALSO MORAL ITY 

SEE ALSO PORMO&RAPHY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

CAMPAIGNS FOR DECENCY CHIP AT MAGAZINE SALES 
PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM GETS 130,000 AWARD 
•RESPECT SEX* COURSE IS NEEDED IN SCHOOLS 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, SMALL 

PLANS DISAPPOINT SMALL-BUSINESS GROUP 



NATIONAL FfDFRATION OF MUSIC CLUPS 

MUSIC CLUBS' COMPETITION SETS N.C. 



AUDITIONS 



NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION HALL 3F FAME SCHOLAR- ATHLETES 
SEE ALSO PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME 

SFE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS! 
DEROGATIS, SPURRIER TO BE INDUCTED 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

SUTTON'S GUTTY APPROACH GARNE' S PHOENIX TITLE 

THE NFl'S NEWEST WATERBOY (CARTOON) 

USFL USFFUL IN BRINGING MORE INTEREST. PLAYERS TO STAGNANT NFL 

THE UPSTARTS 'BLEW IT' 

BENNETT, CARR CUT BY NFL 

NFL DREAM MERITS NO REPLAY 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT 

UNC'S FRANKLIN LOOKS FOR SECOMO CHANCE 

ACC DPAFT PICKINGS SLIM 

EIGHT HOURS SPENT WAITING AND SEEING 

an GOES 1ST: ACC FINDS GOING SLOW 

I, lAR HEELS GET LATE CALL IN NFL DRAFT 

FOUR FROM N.C. SIGN WITH CHIEFS 

NATIONAL FORUM OF BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

COUNTY MAY HELP TRAIN S. AFRICANS 
COUNTY MOVING ON PLANS FOR COURTHOUSE 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 

COLUMBUS CONTROVERSY IS TEMPEST IN TEAPOT 

NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOVERNORS, U.S. 

martin: GOVERNORS RECEPTIVE TO GRAM»-RUDMAN 

BENNETT CALLS GOVERNORS' REPO'T ON EDUCATION 'MODEL' FOR REFORM 

GOVERNORS' PROPOSALS ON EDUCATION BACKED 

MARTIN COOL ON SCHOOL PROPOSALS 

LET TEACHERS TEACH; STOP EXPERIMENTING 

PRIVATE SCHOOL CREDITS WOULD GIVE REAL CHOICE 

NATIONAL GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE 

SEE NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION 

NATIONAL GUARD, N.C. 

SEE N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 

NATIONAL GUARD, U.S. 
SEE ALSO U.S. ARMY 

GUARDSMEN FROM 11 STATES COMING TO FORT BRAGG 

NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES CORP. 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE ,.,, 

N.C. TOWN FIGHTING Tu KEEP ITS ONLY DOCTOR'S OFFICE 
KEEPING SMALL-TOWN OOCTOR WORTH EFFORT 

NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY AOH I N I S TRAT I ON 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 
SEE ALSO SPEED LIMITS 
SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 

SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 
DEATH STATISTICS QUESTIONABLE 

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

USS 'NORTH CAROLINA' DESIGNATED AS NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK 

NATIONAL HONEY QUEEN 
SEE ALSO HONEY 

NATIONAL HONEY QUEEN HOPES EXPERIENCE HILL HELP CAREER 
OUEEN A«D HER COURT 

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 
SEE ALSO HUMANITIES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES 
SFE ALSO N.C. HUMANITIES COMMITTEE 
HUMANITIES CENTFR GETS MELLON GRANT 

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER 
SEE ALSO HURRICANES 

19dS HURRICANE DAMAGES TIED TT DEVELOPMENT 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 
SFE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 

TIME MAY NOT HEAL WOUNDS OF H=AVY COMBAT — STUDY 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 

SEE ALSO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY ANO HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 

^ UNc'"T0 assist IN STUDY ON POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN VDTS, PREGNANCY WOES 
PETITIONS TO DUKE POWER ASK FDR IMPROVED SAFETY 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY ANO INFECTIOUS DISEASES 
SEE ALSO ALLERGIES 

PANEL SAYS STUDIES OF AIDS DRUG SHOULD CONTINUE 
RTI KECEIVES CONTRACT FOR TESTING AIDS DRUGS 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

INTELLECTUAL SILLINESS 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES (RTPI 

NEW SCIENTIFIC TOOL MAY HELP IN SMOKING STUDY ,^ „ 

<)7 INSTITUTE WORKERS SCORN AIDS MISINFORMATION, DONATE BLOOD 

RALEIGH MAN PICKED TO HEAD NI':HS PROGRAM 

STUDIES INOICATF BHOPAL SURVIVORS FACE LUNG PROBLEMS 

SCIENTISTS DENIED TESTS INFORMATION 

LESSONS FROM BHOPAL TRAGEDY MAY SAVE LIVES 



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NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - U/31/86 



SCIENTISTS SEEK INDIA'S HELP IN DHOPaL 5ESEARCH 

U.S. SCIENTISTS WANT DATA ON OEADUV GAS LEAK 

TOXICOLOCr CONFERENCE BEGINS 

SCIENTISTS CALL U.S. -SWEDISH TOXICOLOGY MEETING A SUCCESS 

CDNFEHENCE GOAL: -ALL WET* PE'EARCH 

POLLUTANT CONFERENCE STRESSES TIMING: DIFFERENT LIFE-CYCLE STAGES... 

SCIENTISTS' goal: FISH CHECK UATER POLLUTION ^.'^lc 5i.i,ci... 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE NAMES DIRECTOR OF PLANNING 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENTISTS GET AWARDS 

FEDERAL BUDGET CHECKS INSTITUTE'S GROWTH 

2 DUKE SCIENTISTS GET RESEARCH GRANTS 

HOUSE. SENATE MAY INCREASE BUIGET FOR PARK INSTITUTE 

DURHAM INSTITUTE PLANNING ANNIVERSARY 

DUKE MARINE LAB GETS »1.5 MILLION IN GRANTS 

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR NAMED AT RESEARCH PARK INSTITUTE 

RTP INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 20TH Y^AP 

^lNF[°?S:D'pLA^I!'?SSuL'5'KEEp''wArTE^ ''""" '° " """ ^"= '^"""^ "•^- 

SUBCOMMITTEE PLANS HEARING A8TUT DROUGHT 

PANEL TOLD WAYS TO AID IN DROUGHT LACKING 

LIBRARY. OFFICES TO BE RELOCATED AT INSTITUTE 

U.S. PUDGET SNAGS CAUSE RTP CLOSINGS 

FEDERAL WORKERS LEAVE EARLY 

Z AGENCIES FIRST IN PARK TO OFFFR EMPLOYEES DAY CARE 

PARK'S FIRST DAY-CARE CENTER IS DEDICATED 

TRACER OF CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICALS HOPES COMMON LINK EMERGING 

SUPERfUND REVISIONS MAY BEEF UP RESEARCH cnt:nl.ir,i, 

iuESTONls TO^BE^BSERVEd"' ^"""''-^5 """ COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 

PROSE OF FOOD 4D0I T I VE S " SOUGHT 

NEW PREGNANCY TEST HELPING EMflRYO STUDY 

SURVEY SUGGESTS RADON-CANCER LINK 

RALL: future bright for ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH 

IJKi=I.'"''5.."5^"'-'' "ECALLED AT INSTITUTE'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY 

FEDERAL AGENCIES TO COOPERATE ON HAZARDOUS WASTE RESEARCH 

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRAINING PROGRAM OUTLINED BY INSTITUTE 

' NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH 

y^'.^S MORE BLOOD-CLOT PREVENTION WOULD REDUCE DEATHS. UNC PROF SAYS 

GRANT TO HELP DOCTOR STUDY PLATELETS 

UNC MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS i<> .5 MILLION RESEARCH GRANT 

UNC BOARD STARTS tlOO.OOO S. AFRICA SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

HEALTH INSTITUTES' GRANTS TO UNC UP 37« 

STUDENTS BEGIN RESEARCH PROGRAM AT N.C. CENTRAL 

8 GET HEALTH INSTITUTE GRANTS 

SCREENING FOR AIDS VIRUS MAKES BLOOD SAFER — UNC EXPERT 

PHONE LINE OPENED FOR AZT OUESTIONS 

RTI RECEIVES CONTRACT FOR TESTING AIDS DRUGS 

INSTITUTE. NOW IN 20TH YEAR, SRAPPLES WITH COMPLEX ENV IBONMENTAL STUDIES 

RALL: future bright for environmental health RESEARCH 

EARLY DAYS WARMLY RECALLED AT INSTITUTE'S ZOTH ANNIVERSARY 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH 

SEE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

COLLEGE WOMEN SMOKING MORE THAN COLLEGE MEN 

NATIONAL INSURANCE CONSUMER ORGANIZATION 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

CONSUMER GROUP REPORTS ON STATE INSURANCE RATES 

LONG SAYS N.C. RESIDENTS PAYIMG FOR LIABILITY LOSSES IN OTHER STATES 

NATIONAL INVITATIONAL BA5KETPALL TOURNAMENT I POST- SE ASON I 
GRANT, CLEMSON COOL RAIDERS 

NATIONAL INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT IWOHEN'S BASKETJALLl 

jEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL IGE-JERAL; SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 

I DUKE WOMEN WIN IN NIT 
OUKE WOMEN NIP WEST TEXAS STATE 
IRISH DOWN DUKE IN NIT CONSOLATION 

NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 

SEE NATIONAL INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT ( PO ST- SEA SON I 

NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASA JUNIOR OLYMPICS 
SEE ALSO TRACK 

EIGHT N.C. BOXERS WILL BATTLE FOR BERTHS IN JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

■JUNIOR BOXERS STRESS STYLE OVER POWER 
JUNIOR BOXERS FINISH WITH POMP, PIZZAZZ 
REGION III JR. OLYMPICS TO OPEN 

NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS SHORT COURSE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SWIMMING 

JUNIOR OLYMPICS SWIMMING MEET STARTS FRIDAY AT DUKE 

NATIONAL KIUNEY FQUNOATION 

KIDNEY RESEARCH PROJECT FINISHED 

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONGRESS OF CITIES 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE 

CITIES URGED TO KEEP UP 'PRESSURE FOR RESULTS' 

COUNCIL TO ATTEND CONFERENCE ON CITIES 

NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BLACK PHYSICIANS 

SEE ALSO OLD NORTH STATE "EDICAL SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. 

DURHAM DOCTOR HEADS NATIONAL BOARD 

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS 

16 SENIORS NAMED SCHOLAPSHIP FINALISTS 

IS FROM ACADEMY ARE NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS 

MATH STUDENTS ARE FINALISTS FOR MERITS 

8 IN AREA ARE NATIONAL "ERIT 3CHJLARS 

7 FROM MATH SCHOOL GET AWARDS 

MATH SCHOOL TOPS STATE IN MERIT AWARDS 

U WIN »EOIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

7 WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

7 STUDENTS WIN MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS 

130 IN AREA NATIONAL MERIT 5F MI F I NAL I STS 

TRIANGLE SCHOLARSHIP SEM IF INAL I STS NAMED 

NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS. U.S. 

AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS HELP INSU5E FREEDOMS 

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 

•NATIONAL NIGHT OUT' BACKS CRIME PREVENTION 
'NIGHT OUT' SET TO FIGHT CRIME 
'WE'RE TRYING TO GET PEOPLE OUTSIDE' 



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SEE ALSO CLIMATE 

SEE ALSO USS MONITOR 

STORMS GIVE SCIFNTISTS PLENTY TO STUDY 

5 MUSFU" GROUPS ARE VYING FOR MONITOR ARTIFACTS 



NATIONAL OPERA CO. 
SEE ALSO OPERA 

N.C. COMPANY PRESENTS OPERAS THAT ARE NOT 



TOO HOITY-TOITY' 



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NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 
WOMEN HAVE "EEN MISLED 

ESSAYS AbOUT WOMEN HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT 
NOW PRESIDENT ELEANOR SMEAL TT SPEAK AT DUKE THURSDAY 
NOW HEAD WANTS TO "MAKE UP NATION' 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN, CHAPEL HILL CHAPTER 
CHAPEL MILL NOW CHAPTER ELECTS OFFICERS 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

SFE ALSO PARKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PARKS, U.S. 

PARK RANGERS TO BURN THICKETS 

LAND BUY TO HELP RIVER 

SHOTS FIRED AT PARK RANGER WHD SPOTTED STOLEN PLANE 

ARMED MAN BELIEVED TO BE HIDING ON HATTERAS ISLAND 

OZONE CALLED THREAT TO NATURE AS PANEL REVIEWS AIR STANDARDS 

VIPS ENJOY VACATIONS AT TAXPAYERS' EXPENSE 

GATE TO PROTECT RARE "ATS 

DHS GPAO'S LADYLOVE EVER ON HIS MIND 

DEBATE SWIRLS AROUND N.C. LIGHTHOUSE 

SUPERINTENDENT CHANGES FOR SH3KY MOUNTAIN PARK 

NATIONAL PIG DAY 
SFE ALSO PIGS 

SOCIETY GOING WHOLE HOG FOR DEBUT OF 600-P0UN0 NOTED LUMBFRTON BEAUTY 

NATIONAL PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS, U.S. 

COOPER TO BE HONORED BY UNC PHOTO GROUP 

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO 
SEE ALSO RADIO 

COLLEGE SEEKS PUBLIC RADIO STATION 
TAXES FINANCE NPR BIAS 



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SEE ALSO 

SEE ALSO M 

SEE ALSO H 

SEE ALSO N 

CENTENNI 

CHURCH N 

IN REGIS 

HISTORY 

BENNEHAN 

COUP THOU 

3 DURHAM 

RESTORED 

HISTORIC 

TWO-BLOC 

MATH SCH 



STEP OF HISTORIC PLACES 

URHAM, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 

ISTQRIC PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF N.C. INC 

ISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIFTV OF DURHAM 

ATIONAL HISTORIC SITES 

AL OF DURHA" CHURCH RENEWS INTEREST IN DUKE FAMILY 

AMEO TO HISTORIC PLACES LIST 

TER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

PRESERVED: PITTSBORO PARTNERS ADAPT OLD HOME TO OFFICE 

-CAMERON LISTING POSSIBLE IN NATIONAL REGISTER 

SE RENOVATION NEARS EM D 
AREAS LISTED AS HISTORIC 

HEADMASTER'S HOME A B ED- AND-BRFAKF A ST INN 
PRESERVATION GROUP HAS TWO CASWELL HOUSES FOR SALE 

K CARRBORO DISTRICT PLACED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 

OOL TO DEDICATE WATTS HALL 



NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL 

STUDY URGES SMOKING BAN ON DOMESTIC FLIGHTS 

NATIONAL REVIEW IMAGA2INEI 

MAGAZINE SAYS GOP HOLD ON SENATE SEAT THREATENED 

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GUN CONTROL 
SEE ALSO GUNS 

SHOOTING RANGE PLANS AT JORDAM LAKE MUST AWAIT STUDY OF EAGLE ROOST AREA 

NRA: money can ^E RAISED FOR SHOOTING RAfjGE 

CONGRESSMEN STALKED ON HANDGU>J BILL 

CONGRESS BLINKED FIRST IN GUN CONTROL DEBATE 

GUN GROUP LIKELY TO BACK BROYHILL IN SENATE RACE 

EXPLAIN THIS, NRA! 

FIREARMS IN THE HOME A HAZARD TO RESIDENTS 

NRA TAKES POOR AIM 

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH 
CONLEY AWARDED GRANT 
SCIENCE WEEK LIFTS OFF 
GRANT AWARDED 

TRIANGLE COMPUTER UNIT ADOS NETWORKS 
HONORS GO TO TEACHERS 

UNC AMONG SCHOOLS IN COMPUTER NETWORK 

DUKE SEEKS TO ATTRACT MORE minority STUDENTS TO SCIENCES 
RTP RESEARCH PROGRAM r.ETS 11.2 "IllION 
MUSEUM TO RECEIVE «2a7,69<l FO' EXHIBITS 

LIFE-SCIENCE MUSEUM TURNS <,0, GETS GRANTS TOPPING 4310,000 
JUAKE CENTER CHOICE OF N.Y. QJESTIONABLE 

NATIONAL SCIFNCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO SCIENCE 

SCIENCE SCHOOL TEACHER RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD 

NATIONAL SECURITY 

SFE ALSO MILITARY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 

FORMER U.S. DIPLOMAT TO TEACH UNC COURSE 

EXPULSION OF SOVIETS A GOOD MDVE TQ PARITY 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: NOLO COMMENT (CARTOON) 

NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL 

WHO'S HANDLING FOREIGN POLICY? 

PRESIDENT'S SUMMONING COUNSEL IS APPROPRIATE 

TAKING 'FIFTH' IS NO SIN 

REAGAN AS SANTA CLAUS DELIVERING CONTRA AID ICARTOONI 

NO EXCUSE FOR 'FIFTH' 

NATIONAL SOCIALIST PARTY OF N.C 
SFE NAZI PARTY, N.C. 

NATIONAL SPELLING BEE 

SEE ALSO SPELLING BEE 

N.C. GIRL SPELLS PAST 1ST ROUND IN SPELLING BEE 

NATIONAL SPOPTS FORUM 

NATIONAL SPORTS FORUM SET FOR DUKE APRIL 7 

SPORTS-LEARNING CLASH FORUM'S FOCUS 

FRIDAY TO EMCEE SPORTS FORUM 

COSELL. PHELPS IN SPO°TS FORU'« AT DUK F MONDAY 

CHEATERS 'RIP OFF' COLLEGE SPTRTS 

DIGGER PHELPS KEEPS HIS PRIORITIES IN FOCUS 



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COLLEGE SPQ5IS EXPERTS ADVISE CTACH. DISCUSS SHOKTCOMINGS AT OUKE FQRUH 

NATIONAL STARCH AND CHEMICAL CO. (FORMERLY PROCTOR CHEMICAL CO. 1 
TOXIC CLOUD ESCAPES. CLOSING ?0«0 IN SALISdURY 

NATIONAL TEACHERS OAY 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS. U.S. 
HONOR OUR TEACHERS TODAY 

NATIONAL TEACHERS FXAHINATIDN 

SEE ALSO QUALITY ASSURAMCE FOR PROFESSIONAL PFRSONNEL 
SFE ALSO TEACHER EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. U.S. 

SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS SAID REFLECT'^D IN FXAM 

fejjc^^^scH^a^^'ME'^^oSifv 'I'ATAo'^irjr.dnw.^'H''" ""'"'^ ^' "'"' 

'^'ctiWATol'Ml^R'^l SVffAEnlSlxSSs"-' ""'"^^ °^ ^"""^ ^"^ 

PROPOSED CHANGES IN TEACHER EDUCATION EYEO WITH CONCERN 

NATIONAL TEACHERS FORU" 

SEE ALSO EDUCATION COMMISSION OF THE STATES 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. U.S. 

PERSON TEACHER SELECTED TO ATTEND NATIONAL FORUM 

NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO CHEMICALS 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
SEE ALSO TOXICOLOGY 

LAB IN PARK SAYS SPY DUST NO THREAT 

NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY B0A50 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO TRANSPORTATION 

HIGHER MINIMUM AGE PROPOSED F5R SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 

BOARD SAYS HUMAN ERROR CAUSED AIR CRASH 

SHOULD EPILEPTICS DRIVE TRUTHS? 

SEAT BELT REPORT SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

NTSB SEAT BELT REPORT UNDERMINES STATE LAW 

NO SIGNS OF MECHANICAL FAILURE FOUND IN HELICOPTER CRASH 

SAFETY POARD SEEKS CAUSE OF CHARLOTTE PLANE MISHAP 

JET ACCIDENT PROBE EXAMINES nuCHOOHN 

I'^yS5I'5*''°'' = ,''^0't»I'ONS JET HAS TRAVELING TOO FAST AS IT LANDED 

PILOTS THOUGHT CHARLOTTE LANDING maS ROUTINE 

NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION 
SFE ALSO RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION 
CHEAP ELBOH GREASE WOULD HELP DOWNTOWN 

NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHARLOTTE/MECKLENBURG JRBAN LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANMING 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES 

RIGHTS LEADERS LAUD BROUN 

NCCU PROFESSOR REPORTER AT MEETING 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 
SEE ALSO METEOROLOGY 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT. WEATHER FORECASTS 
SFE ALSO WEATHER, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO HEATHER. N.C. 
SEE ALSO WEATHER. U.S. 
SFE ALSO WEATHER FORECASTERS 

ROU HOUSES TUP N.C. WEATHER STATION 

MARCH WINDS TO BRING STATEWIDE TORNADO DRILL 

LAST BIG CHILL EAGERLY AWAITED IN STORM STUDY 

HEATHER FORECASTS ARE VITAL TO MANY PEOPLE 

FORECASTERS" WORK SAID STATE-OF-THE-ART 

DROUGHT PART OF PATTERN OR FLJKE7 

METEOROLOGIST SAYS DROUGHT HASN'T BEEN WASHED AWAY 

NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. WILDLIFE FEDERATION 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 

WILDLIFE FEDERATION WANTS EOU« L USER-FEE FUNDS 

PHASE-OUT PLAN TO GET LEAD ISHOTl OUT BY '91 

NATIONAL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA BLAZE 

^'^F.ftF«E?"!3oMEN's'pSo\"oOPs'slT"'"-= "^ *'" ^° HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOLI 
FANFARE: LUCAS JOINS NHBA 
FANFARE: WOMEN ON HOLO 

NATIONAL WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. POLITICIANS 

WOMEN'S GROUP EYES STATE CABLETS 
GOVERNOR GETS HIGH MARKS FOR MIRING WOMEN 

NATIONWIDE INSURANCE CO. 

HAKF JURY AC3UITS DURHAM TEACHER 

NATIONWISE 50C 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

BONNETT RELIEVED BY NATIONWISE WIN; HALTRIP GAINS 15 

NATIVITY SCENE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS 

ICE. THIEVES AND FIRE 
LIVING NATIVITY 



DO IN NA TIVITY SCENE 



NATURAL GAS. RATES 

SEE ALSO HEATING FUEL PRICES 
SEE ALSO UTILITY RATES 
.NATURAL GAS COMPANY SEEKING RATE INCREASE 
COMPLAINT FILED ON NATURAL GAS PRICES IN STATE 
PUBLIC SERVICE CO. RATES MAY DROP. THEN INCREASE 
DEMAND UP '.'.» FOR DURHAM-MADE LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS 
PRICE CUTS MAY EASE GAS RATE INCREASE 
NATURAL GAS PRICES GOING UP THIS WINTER 
NATURAL GAS BILLS TO RISE 

NATURAL GAS COMPANY GRA'ITEO RATE INCREASE 
PUBLIC SERVICE CO. GETS RATE INCREASE 
NATURAL GAS PRICES ABOVE AVERAGE IN N.C. 

NATURAL GAS LEAKS 
SEE GAS LEAK 

NATURAL HOME FURNISHINGS ICHAPEL HILL. N.C.I 



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2/23/86 C 15 P N 
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10/24/86 
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H 2 12/23/86 A 10 P P R76 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/Ho 



l/0O/'7 



ELECT" IC4L EXPLOSION CAUSES S'.OO 0AM4GE 

"JATUSAL INSECTICIDE 

SEE ALSO INSECTICIDE 
SEE ALSr PESTICIDES 

SCIENTISTS STUDY NATURAL INSECTICIDES 

NATu«AL^RESOy|CES^D|rENSE_COUNCIL .^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^, ,^ REGULATION DEBATE 

NATURE 

WEST POINT NATURE PROGRAMS OPEN 

NATURE CONSEPVANCY 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATURE CONSERVANCY 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE LAND CONSERVANCY 

SKINNER WILL HEAD CONSERVANCY GROUP 

NATURE HlHES 

^^NIGHfsOUNOS^*'cATCHING THE NOCTURNAL SERENADE AT JEST POINT CN ENO 
NATURE SERIES 0"ENS AT ENO PAJK 
HIKERS AT ENO PARK LEARN ABOUT TREES 
NATURE WALK. TALK PLANNED 

"**" SELF-HYPNOSIS SOOTHES YOUNG CANCER PATIENTS 

NAVAJO INDIANS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS. U.S. 
THINK OF THE NAVAJO 

NAVAL ACADEMY 

5 STUDENTS N0"INATEO FOR SERVICE ACADEMIES 
LADY LIBERTY R EDEDICAT IIN HAS SOME OJRHAM FLAVOP 
ANNAPOLIS: WHERE GENTLEMEN (AND LADIESI BECOME OFFICERS 
•NO PROBLEMS. JUST CHALLENGES' 

NAVAL ACADEMY SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

NAVY SINKS WILMINGTON „ ,_ . 

CINOERELLAS: THE SMART INAVYI AND UGLY (CLlVELANO ST.) 

NAVY. ROBINSON SCUEEZE PAST CLEVELAND STATE 

BLUE DEVILS. NAVY ALIKE IN PURPOSE 

MIODIE IN THE MIDDLE GETS OUKE'S ATTENTION 

DUKE PRCVES ITS METTLE EAST OF DALLAS 

DFSTINATIHN DALLAS: DUKE SINKS NAVY IN F»ST 

DUKE TOTALLY DOMINATES NAVY 

OAWKINS S"ALL IN STATURE. BUT BIG IN BOX SCORES 

WOLFPAC! TO TIP OFF WITH NAVY 

BRUISED WOLFPACK OPENS IN TIP-OFF 

STATE SINKS NAVY ON 3-POINT BOMB 

•PACK THREE-POINTERS SINK NAVY 

NAVAL AIR FORCES 

^^NAVY^IS^sIekINg'tO expand RESTRICTED AIPSPACE IN N.C. 

•TOP gun' not about air force 

NAZI PARTY. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARYAN NATIONS 

SEE ALSO CODE NAME: GREENKILL IPQOKI 

^^AUTHOR SAYS^POLICE COULD HAVE PREVENTED GREENSBORO SLAYINGS 

"'" AUSTRIa's^walChEI- as EX-NAJI: 2 UNC PROFS OFFER DIVERSE VIEWS 
WALDHEIM (CARTOONl 

NEAL JUNIOR hi;h SCHOOL 

NEAL ANNOUNCES HONOR STUDENTS 

7TH-GRA0E'S. PARENTS SEEK 'FRIENDLIER^ "ATH 

WRITING WINNER 

FAMILY FIGURING 

FAMILY MATH SET AT NEAL JR. HIGH 

NEAL JUNIOR HIGH RELEASES HONOR ROLL 

AUTISTIC STUDENTS FACING PROBLEMS 

PARENTS OF AUTISTIC RAP LONG BUS RIDE 

AUTISTK-TEFN PARENTS WANT PROG^^AM "OVEP 

SCHOOLS TURN DOWN PLEA TO MOVF AJTISTIC TEENS 

NEAL LISTS HONOR ROLL 

NEAL JUNIQ! HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. BASKETBALL 
CONFERENCE AND TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 

NEAR MISSES 

SEE AIRPLANES. 



-NEAP MISSES- 



NEARLY NEW SHOPPF 

SEE ALSO CUKc'uNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. FiCUL'Y WIvES 

SEE ALSO USED CLOTHING 

THRIFT Chop PROCEEDS PUT ENDOWMENT AT 41 MILLION 
DURHAM NATIVE PERFORMS SOLO IN DURHAM CONCERT 

NEARSIGHTEDNESS 
SEE ALSO EYES 

DUKE DOCTOR: CLEAR-LENS SURGERY RISKY 

N^RftA^K A 

THE IWO-WOMAN CONTEST SHOULD NOT BE UNUSUAL 
MORE. NOT LESS. SEAT ?ELT USE CAN SAVE LIVES 

NECKLACES 

COLORFUL CHARMS ARE LATEST F AO FOR LITTLE GIRLS 



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M 2 <./0'i/P5 12 P N 

5 ? 9/11/P6 C 7 N 



NEEDLEPOINT 

HOOKED ON NEEDLEPOINT: 



NEEDLES ^ ^ 

^^NEEOLES^REPLACING SCALPELS. SAYS OUKE RADIOLOGY PROF 
NFEOLE REPLACING SCALPEL IN SOME CASES. PROF SAYS 

NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES 

SF£ ALSO DURHAM COMMUNITY OEvELOP"ENT PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING. DUR 

SEE ALSO ■ ' 



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3/08/86 
3/14/86 
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4/11/86 
4/30/86 
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S 2 11/06/86 A 1 N S33 



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THE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER 

S6E ALSO NEWSPAPERS. DURHAM 

NE«SPAPER KEEPS SISTERS HOPPING 



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1/01/B6 - 



INDEX 
12/31/06 



SUBJECTS 



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NEI&HBCIKHOnoS 

SFE ALSO INTER-MEIGHBORHOOO COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO WATTS HOSPITAL-HILLANDSLF NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION 
CITY LIAISON C3UESTI3N DISCUSSED 
EVENTS SIGHT DOWNTOWN. NE I GHBO RHonoS 
A SENSE OF CO"MUNITY 

LAND SUBDIVISIONS HURTING NE IGHBORHnQOS 
NEIGHBORHOOD 0RGANUATI0N5 ( AD I 

NELLO L. TEER CO. 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO KOPPERS CO. INC. 
SEE ALSO TEER OUARRY 

TEER GETS tJO MILLION ARMY CO'ITRACT: LOOKING "ORE TO CAROLINAS FOR WORK 

MAJOR CONTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE RANKED FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. 

TEER GETS t20 MILLION PROJECT 

TEER GETS «20 MILLION PROJECT 

AUTHORITY AWARDS lU* MILLION CONTRACT FQR AIRPORT WORK 

PROFITS INCREASE FOR PARENT FIRM OF NELLO TEER CO. 

MORE DURHAM FOLKS HAVE RETIREMENT CHECKS SENT TO BANK 

NELSON COMPANY 

RE20NING WANTED FOR HOTFL; DEVELOPER ALSO PLANS SHOPPING CENTER 

PLANNING BOARD OKS HOTEL. CENTER ZONING 

MINISTERS PETITION COMM I SS lONF R5 ON EVACUATION PLAN 

CITY OF MEDICINE LOSING WILLIE M HOUSE BOTHERS MJM 

HOTEL RE20NING WINS APPROVAL 

PLANNING BOARD MAKEUP STUDIED 

COUNTY OKS BIGGER OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION 

NELSON'S WOUDS 

RE20NING WANTED FOR HOTEL; DEVELOPER ALSO PLANS SHOPPING CENTER 

NEO-NAZIS 

HATE GROUPS' GROWTH IS CAUSE FOR CONCERN 

NEPAL 

HIGH ROAD TO HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE 

NEPOTISM 

LEARY. COUNTY OFFICERS DENY ALLEN CHARGE OF NEPOTISM 

NERVES 

NEW DUKE DRUG TREATMENT AIDS NERVE INJURIES 

NETHERLANDS 

EXCHANGING MEMORIES 

UNC EXPERT WANTS NEW DRIVERS LICENSING SYSTFM 

ART MUSEUM OFFERS A LECTURE SERIES ON DUTCH ART, CULTURE 

FREE CELEBRATION PLANNED ON ST. NICHOLAS DAY 

NETWORK PRODUCTS 

TELECOM HELPS INSTALL 1ST VOICE-DATA SYSTEM 

NETWORKING 

CAREER COUNSELOR FORMING NETWORK FOR JOP SEEKERS 

UNC ANNOUNCES PROGRAM TO HELP MATCH ENTREPRENEURS. INVESTORS 

NEUROSCIENCES 

OUKE PREPARING NEUROSCIENCES PROGRAM 

NEUSS RIVER 

SEE ALSO FALLS LAKE 

GETTING DEEP: CORPS OF ENGINEERS. DEVELOPERS AT ODDS OVER NEUSE... 

LAW SAYS BUYERS MUST BE NOTIFIED IBOUT FLOOn PLAIN 

RALEIGH, CORPS SIGN PACT ON FALLS LAKE WATER 

CHEMICAL KILLS FISH IN STRETCH OF NEUSE 

FISH-KILL SPILL IDENTIFIED AS SEWAGE WASTE 

'SEWAGE-TYPF WASTE' BLAMED FO^ NEUSF RIVER FISH KILL 

FISH KILL BLAMED ON WASTE FROM DAIRY FARM 

USE OF ENO. NEUSE PUBLIC HEARING TOPIC 

NEVADA 

TRANSPORTATION USURPING STATES' RIGHTS 
IMPEACH NEVADA JUDGE 

ERRANT JUDGE DESERVES STIFFEST PENALTY POSSIBLE 
...IMPEACHMENT REALITIES 

NEW AGE MARKETING 

ENTREPRENEURS HERE SEEKING S* MILLION AT VENTURE 



'86 



I 



NEW BERN. N.C. 

GOVFRNOR'S EASTERN OFFICE IS CRITICIZED 

DEMOCRATS SHOULD STOP EASTERN OFFICE CRITICISM 

EASTERN GOVERNOR'S OFFICE UND-R FIRE 

AMMONIA LEAK IN NEW BERN SENDS 1? PEOPLE TO HOSPITAL 

PROPE IS SOUGHT OF AMMONIA LESK 

HISTORIC HOMES, BUILDINGS OPEN FOR NOVEMBER TOUR 

NEW BERN RADIO STATIONS ARE SOLD 

t?0 MILLION YARN PLANT PLANNED IN NEW BFRN 

NEW BIRTH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 

CHURCH DISMISSES PASTOR: NEW CHURCH IS FORMED 

NEW DURHAM CORP. 

CITY REVIEWS OFFICE PROJECT 

CITY WOULD LEASE PROPOSED PARKING GARAGE 

COUNCIL APPROVES GARAGE AGREE^'ENT 

CITY COUNCIL APPROVES TWIN TOWERS AGREEMENT 

GARAGE LEASE TO GET STATE REVIEW 

PARKING RATE HIKE SLICED IN PANEL'S PROPOSAL TO CITY 

LOWER BOND RATING WILL COST DURHAM »l MILLION EXTRA 

NEW DURHAM PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C IMAGE 
CHAMBFR CAMPAIGN NETS RESULTS 

NEW DURHAM CAMPAIGN ALREADY YIELDING DIVIDENDS, OFFICIALS 
A BANNER YEAR IN GIVING 
•NEW DURHAM' WINS P.R. PRIZE 
•NEW DUtHAH' CAMPAIGN GETS PUBLIC RELATIONS AWARU 

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 

A PRINCIPLED PATRIOT 

NEW FEDERALISM 

SEE FEDERALISM 

NEW FORTIS CORPORATION 

COUNTY PLANNERS POSTPONE ACTION ON BETHESDA PROJECT 

STIRRUP CREEK WINS REZONING BATTLE 

COUNTY TO MULL LUMLEY ROAD REZONING 

COUNTY PANEL OKS PLAN FOR 202 HOUSES 

COUNTY BOARD ENDORSES REZONING PLANS FOR LUMLEY ROAD. ROUGEMONT 

LIST OF HIGHWAY NEEDS GETS BOARD'S BACKING 



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6/03/05 
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NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/96 - IJ/31/R6 



PLAK'NINC OOAR'^ "AKE'JP STUOIEO 

COtiSTBUCTIGN INOUSTRY PAY? N.C. BIG OIVIOEMOS 

ALLENTON TO APPEAL OAK GRQVE REZONING PLAN 



HiH GRASS REVIVAL 

RUSH DUES MAKE -"USIC; 



REVIVAL UORTH STAYl'li FTR 



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S 2 3/13/"6 C 1 P -1 T89 



y!L"FlRFs" McJl"ER PREDICTIONS KEEPING N.C. OFFICIALS ANXIOUS 

RESULTS APE MIXE3 IN •<ERGER EFFORTS 

GRANVILLE DECIDES STANCES ON -JUMBER 9F RESOLUTIONS. 

WRONG NAME QN EALLOT IN 2 COU"TIES 

ROSE TO -TAKE ACTION- OVER BALLOT ERROR 

SHHH! THE GHOST IN The LIBRARY IS READING BOOKS 

NEi. HANOVER LIBRARY HAUNTED? 

NEW HOPE AUDUBON SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO AUDUBON SOCIETY 
SFE ALSO PIRO.JATCHERS 

JOkDAN BOAT 8«N PLANS DROPPED 

STUDY HAY BE CONDUCTED OF BALO EAGLES AT JORDAN 

NEW HOPE CHURCH P3AD 

CARRbORC TO PURSUE SEPARATE PLANNING PACT 

BOARD J^EWE" WILLING TO DROP PUSH FOR ZONE 

WILLHCIT: JROP ZONE FRO" LAND-USE PLAN 

BOARD VOTES FOR DROPPING ZONE , „„ . , ^ 

WALKER. ET »L. VS. STATE IN COURT ON LAND SALE PRICF 

COUNTY Considers site for elexentary school 

SITES EVEO FOR ORANGE'S NEW SCHOOL 

NEW HOPE CREEK 

REZONING DENIED NEAR ERWIN ROAD 

OFFICE PARK PLANNED NEAR SOUTHERN HIGH 

SOUTHWEST OURHA- NEEDS IMPACT STUDY 

ACCIDENT PROMPTS LEFT-TURN SHNAL 

COMMISSION RAPS DURHAM PLANNERS 

CITY NEEDS TO EASE PRESSU'E IN NEW HOPE CORRIDOR AREA 

COUNCIL. PLANNERS TO DISCUSS COMPLAINTS 

ZONING PANEL TO VOICE GRIEVANCES TODAY 

PLANNING. ZONING PANEL TO GET CITY COUNCIL FORUM 

POLITICS RAPPFD IN ZONING REUJEST 

PLANNERS. COMMISSION MAKE PEACE 

ZONING PUARD GRIPES LEGITIMATE NEWS STORY 

PANELS FORHFO TO EASE COUNCIL-PtZ TALK 

NEW HORIZONS PROGRAM 

SEE FAIR HOUSING ACT 

NEW JERSEY 

SEE ALSO LIVING WITH ThE NEW JERSEY SHORE I BOOK 1 

DUKE GEOLOGIST'S BOOK CITES N= W JERSEY SHORELINE WOES 
WASTE-DUMP "ICE SHOWED MORE DAMAGE 
N.J. OFFICIAL FACES DRUG CHARGES 

NEW MEXICO 

SPARING THE MURDERERS 



NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA 

MAN EXTRADITED FROM LA. 



ON ORJG CHARGES 



NEW PERFORMING DANCE CO. 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRANTS 

WUNC GETS DENNETT "AIRES" FOR BIRTHDAY 

NEW PERFORMING TO HAKE SPOLETO DEBUT 

NEW PFRFOPMING SHOWS RESULT OF TRANSITION YEAR" 

SCMETMIKG NEW FROM NEW PERFORMING 

NEW PERFORMING SHOWS RICH VISIONS 

NEW PLAYS RISING 

SEE ALSO PLAYWRIGHTS. N.C. 
NEW PLAYS READ 

NEW PRODUCTS 

SEE ALSO PU5INESSES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO INVENTIONS 

ENTRIES NEEDED FOR NEW-PRODUCT CONTEST 

"^^ "HOL^HilROOrPURNiD'TRINITY w=SL£YAN CHURCH BECOMES BEAUTICIANS' SALON 

NEW OIVEP 

Two DROWN AFTER JUMPING OVERBOARD 
MAN SAVES TEEN FROM RIVER 

NEW RIVER MARINE STATION 

MARINE CUPTER CRASHES. CREW SAFE 

NEW STORIES FROM THE SOUTH: THE YEAR'S BEST 1996 

YEASTY COLLECTION OF STORIES HAS STAMP OF SOUTHERNESS 

"^^ ICY ROADS CAUSE NEW YEAR'S DAY DEATHS OF SEVEN 
MAN'S WIDO- SAID HE DIDN'T THREATEN OFFICER 
SALT AND MICE PART OF EASTERN N.C. NEW YEAR'S LORE 
TIME OFF HIGHLIGHTS HOLIDAY 

NEW YEAR'S EVE 

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ANTI-nwI CAMPAIGN WORKED IN STATE 

HOLIDAY owl ARRESTS TOTAL 6 

HOLIDAY CWI ARR^^STS DOWN FROM LAST YEAR 

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CELEBRATE AT The CAROLINA 

COMPANIES OFFFRtNG ' TOW-FOR-Ll FF • 

FULL FuBCE ON ALERT FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS 

NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS 

EFFORT TO KFEP RESOLUTIONS WILL BENEFIT MANY IN '96 

TEEN OPINION AT CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

INSIDE 

TO MAKE OR TO BREAK THAT NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIUN 

NEW YJRK 

SEE ALSO CITY COLLEGE OF NEH vo^K 

SEE ALSO KINGSTON, NEW YORK 

SEE ALSO METROPOLITAN MUSEU" OF ART 

study: N.Y. BIGGEST TOBACCO BENEFICIARY 

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NFW YRRK AIR RETURNING TO RDU 

NEW YORK CITY 

SEE ALSO BROADWAY (NEK YORK C I TY I 
SEE ALSO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART 
FEOS TREAT N.C. HELL 

CALL IT CHARITY. BUT IT'S A RIPOFF 
DISPLACFD OURHAMITES UNITE IN NEW YORK 
UNC PROF GETS N.Y. TAXI POST 
THE CRIME OF APATHY 
THE PRICE OF LIBERTY 
THAMK5. BUT NH THANKS 

TRIANGLE WIND TUNNEL ONE OF 2 THAT CAN TEST 8IG-CITY TOWERS 
FROM PLOWS TO ROBOTS. SHAFTS TO MODELS 
TOBACCO AND ENTERTAINMENT 

JOBS ►MSMATCHED: UNC PROFFSSO:! HIGHLIGHTS 
RISING "BOVE THE GARBAGE 
RACISM IN NEW YORK 

NEW YORK METS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

METS USE COMBINATION OF OLD. NEW IN STREAK 

MURPHY KEEPS STREAK ALIVE 

COMMITMENT IS THE KEY UNLOCKING METS' SUCCESS 

NEW YORK TIMES (NEWSPAPER) 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS. U.S. 

THE LABOR FORCE IN TRIANGLE INCREASING BY <,5 PEOPLE DAILY 
N.Y. TIMES SAYS DURHAM 'HOT' 
CHERNOBYL PLANT 'DEFICIENT' 

NEW YORK YANKEES 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

FISHER SATISFIED BY YANKS' TRAVEL PLAN 

TAR HEELS SAY TOMMY JOHN SET AS PITCHING COACH 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

FUY SOLDIERS SAFELY 

NEWLYWED GAME (TV 5HQWI 

THREE COUPLES PICKET TO PLAY 'NEWLYWED GAME' 
COUPLES REVEAL ODD FACTS ON GAME SHOW 

NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA 
SEE ALSO VIRGINIA 

BONO CONSIDERED FOR VIRGINIA JOB, BUT OUT OF RUNNING 

BOND GETTING VARYING STORIES ABOUT JOB OFFER 

BOND OUT OF RUNNING FOR VA. JOB 

COUNTY MANAGER WITHDRAWS NAME FOR VIRGINIA JOB 

NEWS AND OBSERVER 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH TIMES (NFWSPAP^RI 

FRANK DANIELS. NLO BOARD CHAIRMAN. DEAD AT SI 

STATE NEWSMAN DIES 

COVERAGE OF REAGAN BIASED 

UNC ORDERED TO FREE REPORTS 

UNC MUST OPEN ATHLETIC REPORTS 

COURT DISSOLVES STAY IN UNC ATHLETICS CASE 

MORE OPENNESS. NOT LESS. NEEDED IN N.C. 

NEWS COVERAGE 

ALL BAD NEWS? NOT IF YOU THINK ABOUT IT 
LIBERTY'S TORCH-BEARER MOLESTED BY HUCKSTERS 

NEWS LEAKS 

SEE ALSO DISINFORMATION 

THE FIVE W'S OF JOURNALISM (C'RTOONI 

SPY TRIAL REVEALS CIA SECRETS (CAI^TOONI 

OFFICIALS SHOULD LEARN FROM E'JROR^ OF l^T* 

UNTIL THREATS ARE CARRIED OUT. WE'RE THE HOSTAGES 

HELMS DENIES leak: AIDE CALLEO SOURCE 

HELMS' AIDE IS THE FOCUS OF FBI PPOBE 

HELMS: U.S. FINANCED EL SALVADOR CANDIDATE 

NEWS MEDIA 

JUSTICE BURGER TURNS AROUND 

OPEN MEETINGS LAW HEAOEO FOR EARLY, PROLONGED DEBATE 

PUBLIC NEEDS TOUGH OPEN MEETINGS LAW 

NEWSMEN SHOULD TAKE DRUG TESTS 

MAGAZINE EXECUTIVE CALLS TV N^WS 'NATIONAL TRAGFOY' 

■^9^5 ";J til ''5 EXAMINE REPORTING OF NEWS WITH CRITICAL EYE AT. . .CONVENT ION 

AIDS RESEARCHERS: REPORTING MFTHOOS HINDER EFFORTS 

NEWS OF ORANGE COUNTY (NEwSPAPERI 
STUDENTS AT THE POLLS 
UNAUTHORIZED SIGNATURES 
ACCUSATIONS CALLED UNTRUE 
STUDENTS HELPED ON THEIR OWN 
ORANGE commissioner: ad 'An ERROR' 

'NEWS OF ORANGE COUNTY' SOLD TO VIRGINIA COMPANY 
BUTNER-CREEDMOOR PAPER UNAFFECTED BY SALE 
WOMAN LEARNS TEAMWORK IN JAPANESE COMPANY 

NEWS STORIES. 1985. DURHAM 
JANUARY INSIGHT 

NEWS STORIES. 1935. U.S. 

COMBATTING TERRORISM: WE CANNOT BE RELUCTANT 
TOUGHENING AGAINST HORRORS 

NEWS STORIES. 1986. DURHAM 

1986: DURHAM'S YEAR OF CHEERS AND TEARS 

NEWS STURI'S. 1986. N.C. 

TORNADO PROVED DEADLIER IN N.:. THAN HURRICANE CHARLEY 

HIGHWAY PACKAGE WAS HIGHLIGHT OF LEGISLATURE 

N.C. FARMERS TO REMEMBER 'THE YEA". OF THE DROUGHT' 
1986: ENDEARED PATRIOT SMITH SUCCUMBS 
1996: PARCHED; RECORD DROUGHT FAKES N.C. FARMS 
1986: NATIVE SON KILLED IN SHUTTLE TRAGEDY 

„„.„ r. ?■ 1''86: ...FIRES NDT NEAR AS DESTRUCTIVE AS '85 

ROAD-PLAN COMPROMISE HIGHLIGHTS SHORT SESSION 

ABANOONING 'NEW IMAGE.' DEMOCRATS FALL IN BEHIND AN OLD PARTY WARHOR SE 

NUCLEAR DUMP IGNITES FUROR 

N.C. AVOIDS WASTE COMPACT 

SEN. EAST'S SUICIDE SHOCKS STATE 

1986 A YEAR OF CONTRASTS FOR 1QRTH CAROLINA SPORTS 

SINGER'S DEATH SAD MILESTONE FQR 19B6 

NEWS STORIES. 1996. U.S. 

TAR HEELS IN 1986: NATIVE SON KILLED IN SHUTTLE TRAGEDY 

NEWS TO GO (HERALD COLUMN I 
SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE 
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NEWSPAPER-IN-EOnCATION WEEK lADI .,,-, 

NFWSPAPER-IN-FOUCITION WEEK DAILY ACTIVITIcS 
NFHSPAPER IN EDUCATION WEEK 
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NEWSPAPER RECYCLING 

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NEWSPAPERS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA TIMES INEWSPAPERI 
SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
SEE ALSO DURHAM SUN INEWSPAPERI 
SEE ALSO EDITORS 
SEE ALSO THE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER 

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SEE ALSO GREAT IIRITAIN, NEWSPAPERS ,,..^.„ 
BRITISH PRESS A FOUNT OF POIGNANCY, AMUSEMENT 
MEDIA ACTS IRRESPONSIBLY 
LIFTING MEDIA BANS COULO HtLP S. AFRICA 

NEWSPAPERS. N.C. ISEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERSI 
SEE ALSO COMMON SENSE INEWSPAPERI 
SEE ALSO DUKE AWARD 
SEE ALSO EOITHRS 

SEE ALSO HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE INEWSPAPERI 
SEE ALSO JOURNALISM 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPER INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF AFTERNHON NEWSPAPERS 
SFE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO REAL ORANGE 

SFE ALSO REPORTERS. N.C. . . 

SFE ALSO SUUIHEPN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO TRIANGLE WOMEN IN C 0"MJ NI C A I IONS 
SEE ALSO THE WARREN RECORD IN.C. NEWSPAPERI 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS ,,„ 

GREENSBORO NEWSPAPER ENDS AFTERNOON EDITION 

JOURNALISM HALL UF FAME TO INDUCT FOUR NEWSPAPERMEN 

NEWSPAPER BUILDING DESTROYED "Y BLA2e .,,,„., ., ., 

CONSERVATIVE EDITOR KNEW POLI'ICAL CONVICTIONS AT 11 

•NEWS UF ORANGE COUNTY' SOLO TO VIRGINIA COMPANY 

^o'^l'.hr^cJ/d'^', SU^i^R^^L'SSfTC^SeLISH HIS FEISTY PAPER AGAIN 

"see also AMERICAN NFWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NE-ISPAPER EDITORS 
SEE ALSO ASSOCIATED PRESS 
SEE ALSO EDIT'IRS 
SEE ALSO FEDERALIST PAPERS 
SFt ALSn JOURNALISTIC ETHICS 
SEE ALSO L INQTYPES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEE< 
SFE ALSO NEW YORK TIMES (NEWSPAPERI 
SEE ALSO PULITZER PRIZE 
SEE ALSO OEPOPIPRS, U.S. _ , .„,„, 
SEE ALSO SLHOJLS. U.S.. NEWSPAPERS 
SEE ALSn TIME. INC. 
SEE ALSO TIMES-MIRROR COMPANY 
SEE ALSO WALL STREET JOURNAL INEWSPAPERI 

HARKI THE SOUND OF A HAPOWOOD COURT 

DUKE COURSE ON UNDERSTANDING "EDIA BEGINS THURSDAY 

PUBLISHER: JOURNALISM SCHOULS 'BEHIND TIMES' 

COMPETING NEWSPAPERS NOT ALWAYS SETTER — DUKE STUDY 
THE FIVE W'S DF JOURNALISM ICARTUONI 
AMeRlCAII NEWSPAPERS HELP INSURE FREEDOMS 

IS&SNALISTs'-EXAMlliE'REPORTING OF NEWS WITH CRITICAL EYE AT. , .CONVENT ION 
LAY OFF. PRESS 



S 2 7/05/B6 
H 2 11/13/86 
S 2 12/16/86 



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7 


9/02/86 B 


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9/25/86 B 


1 






7 


12/03/86 A 


1 1 






7 


12/29/86 C 


1 




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1/17/86 C 


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T46 


S 2 


1/27/86 P 


6 


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H 7 


2/01/86 C 


3 P N 


A54 


H 2 


4/27/86 


4 


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H 2 


5/28/86 C 


12 


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H 2 


6/UI/B6 




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MONTHLr/AMMUAL INDEX 

1/(11/86 - U/31/B6 



SUBJECT 



PAOE bhi 
I/0''/97 



DOIM'I BLAME THE PRESS 

A DISTINCTION NEEDEn 

THE PPES5 NIBBLES AT PEAGAN: 

FIND A PEACfFUL SOLUTION 



'EEK! SHARK ATTACK! 



THE NEXT STEP... (DURHAM SUN COLUMN I 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
THE NEXT STEP... 
THE NEXT STEP... 
THE NEXT STEP... 
THE NEXT STEP... 

THE NEXT ZENITH BAND 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE FNO 

NICARAGUA 

SEE ALSO CONTRAS 

SEE ALSO SANDINISTAS 

RFBEL LEADER: CONTRAS NEED U.S. ARMS, CASH 
WHY INVITE CGMTRA LEADER? 
TERRORISM IN NICARAGUA 

CONTRAS ARE OPPOSED 

CONTRA SUPPORT WRONG 

NICARAOUAN TO SPEAK; PROTEST SET 

CONTRA ORGANIZER: GOOD GUV OR BAD GUr'' 

CONTRA LEADER TO SPEAK AT UNC HEONESOAY 

U.S. SHOULD STOP GIVING AID TO CONTRAS 

CALERO SELLING TERRORISM 

PROTEST DEMONSTRATION EXPECTED FOR CALERO 

FREEDOM OF SPEECH 

CONTRAS CONDUCTING A WAR OF TORTURE 

NICARAGUAN'S SPEECH DRAWS 150 PROTESTORS 

REBEL SAYS FREEOOM STIFLED BY SANDINISTAS 

LEADER OF CONTRAS DENIES LINK TC< CU 

DUKE UNIVERSITY POLICE PROVIDE TIGHT SECURITY TO AOOLPO CALERO 

CONTRA •TOU= VOICE- OF -IICARAJUAN PEOPLE. CALERO SAYS '""'-'=''" 

•HYPOCRITES' DESERVE PUBLIC'S CONTEMPT '-"'•tRU SAYS 

RESTRAINT IN PROTESTS UPHOLDS BASIC FREEDOM 

DON'T SUPPORT CONTRAS 

WE CAN'T IGNORE THREAT 

AIDING TERRORISM WRONG 

CONTRA LEADER ASKS HONEY, SYMPATHY 

LOOKING AT NICARAGUA THROUGH AMFRICAN EYES 

LOGIC WAS TORTURED 

A SHULTZ FAIRY TALE 

FEED THE KITTY/CONTRAS ICARTOONI 

DIPLOMACY BEST IN NICARAGUA 

ONE DOESN'T TURN DOWN AN INVITATION TO LUNCH AT THE WHITE HOUSE 

;.:^'^^?2^^ INCLUDING THE ROSE-COLORED LENSES... ICARTOONI 

ENOUGH 1 s ENOUGH 

HEL"S: CENTRAL AMERICA 'AT STAKE' 

OPPONENTS OF AID TO CONTRAS S«ID 'GUILTY OF BAD JUDGMENT' 

CONTRA AID SUPPORT IMPERATIVE 

PRESIDENT BUCKING PUBLIC ON NICARAGUA 

NICARAGUA: ARE RIGHT AND WRONG THAT CLEARS 

AGAINST ALL TYRANTS 

SUPPORTING AID 

BEST ANSWER ON REAGAN REQUEST NOT YES OR NO 

UDUM CALLS FOR STRICTER POLLUTION CONTROLS 

U.S. SHOULDN'T BACK CONTRAS 

RFACAN LOSES ON CONTRA AID 

PEOPLE WANT PEACE 

VANDALS SPLATTER PAINT ON GOP HEADQUARTERS 

INSIDE 

...YOU DEMOCRATS WON THE FIRST ROUN"... (CARTOON) 

STRAIGHT ANSWERS NEEDED 

DUKE PROFESSOR: NICARAGUANS HAVE NEEDS THAT MUST BE SUPPORIFD 

BUDGET PINCH AFFECTS HOUSE COFFEE LOVERS 

group: NICARAGUA IS VIABLE DE'^OCHACY 

THANKS TO VALENTINE 

CANDIDATE URGES SUPERFUNO BE INCREASED TU «5 BILLION 

WHAT IF ORTEGA WROTE A THANK-YOU LETTER? 

PLAUDITS TO CONGRESS 

I^'VASION WAS A BLUNDER 

CENSORING NICARAGUAN PULPITS UNCONSCIONABLE 

EX-AMBASSADOR DISPUTES REAGAN 

EX-AMBASSADOR: AIDING CONTRAS COULD LEAD TO SENDING TROOPS 

EVENT TO PROTEST CONTRA AID PLAN 

TAX PROTESTERS 

WE'VE WAVERED FROM GOOD NEIGH30R POLICY 

AMERICAN AID IMPORTANT 

ACCEPT NICARAGUA'S PKOP^SAL 

VALFNTIME WANTS NEW POLICY ON CONTRA AID 

VALENTINE URGES NICARAGUA B^EAK 

A BRUTAL POLICE STATE 

A TASTE OF THE TRIANGLE 

PRESIDENT ON SHAKY GROUND 

'A^Mi^USasPcES^SL'S'-^plci"' CONGRESSIONAL PROBE OF CONTRAS 

CONTRA SUPPORT A GAMBLE 

U.S. AID TO CONTRAS HELPS FREEDOM'S CAUSE 

U.S. OWES RPPARATIONS 

SANFOPD'S 'FACTS' UUESTIONEP 

SANCTIONS NOT EFFECTIVE 

SANDINISTAS NOT PUPPETS 

ROBERTSON BACKS REAGAN ON S. AFRICA 

POLITICS OF HUNGER 

FASTING VFTERANS 

NICARAGUAN: SANDINISTAS WILL SURVIVE CONTRA WAR 

5£iT'^f,inIr2l5'K'5ofi5.!^'-'-°"^'^"' BECAUSE OF U.S. AID TO 'CONTRAS' 
WhiA I LULIKlbS? (CARTOUNI 

FASTING VETERANS APPEAR IN RALEIGH TO PROTEST CONTRA AID 

'DISIMFCRMATION' PLOY TAKES I5UST AS CASUALTY 

NICARAGUAN AFFAIR REGRETTABLE 

NICARAGUAN WAR CRIMES 

ONE SMALL STEP FOR A MAN... (CARIOONI 

SLOPPINESS SUGGESTS CIA WAS NIT INVOLVED 

NICARAGUAN JUSTICE (CARTQONl 

NO SYMPATHY, PLEASE 

PROTESTING THE FIGHTING 

DON'T GIVE HONDURAS JETS 

U.S. POLICY TOWARD NICARAGUA 'ARROGANT' AND 'OUTRAGEOUS' 

ESCALATING TOWARD WAR-) 

CONTRA POLICY CALLED A C ON TR A- DI CT I ON 

NEWS item: the CONTRAS OPEN A RADIO STATION... ICARTOONI 

FAbCINATEO BY THE BUARRE 

DURHAM VIGIL SET TO PROTEST TRAINING 

NOT ANOTHER VIETNAM? 

MURDERING CONTRAS DON'T DESERVE HELP 

CHRISTMAS WISHES FROM REAGAN TO ORTEGA ICARTOONI 

NICARAGUAN FREEDOM FIGHTERS DiSERVE AID 

NICKNAMES 

SEE ALSO NAMES 

GOOD NICKNAME NEEDED 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? N.C. HIGH SCHOOLS DOTTED WITH GRYPHONS, WHIRLIES 



P DATE 

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2 IZ/03/P6 

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S ? 1/22/86 A 
H ? 12/05/86 C 



MONTHLY/4 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGc 6<><. 
1/0O/17 



C PC. I. P '^YL 



green- t0b4cc0 illness blameo on nicotine 

"' n'gerian woman gets 6-year te=h for .jelfare fraud 
nigeklan funds. shaw investigated 

a Nir.HT AT THE ALGONQUIN 
■ALGONQUl'l" JFHEL OF 



THE NIGHT flF THE IGUANA (PLAYI 

« WORTHY EFFORT FALLS SH0» T 



CO'^EDY 
I'l 



IGUANA' 



STATE BANKS GROW BY 15%; CONSIDERED 'HtALTHY- 

SEARCHING FOR NIGHTLIFE: 4 COLUXNIST'S GUIDE TO DURHAM, 

BUSINESS OWNERS FIRST HAD A O'EAM 

"NIGHT CLUB* FOR DURHAM TEENS OPENS 

TFEN-AGFRS ARE FLOCKING INTO. NOT OUT OF, BARS 

MGHT„A-KS^,MU5IC_GR0UP.^^^^ BLUES FRO« HAWKS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

NINA'S SCHOOL OF DANCE ^ „ 

DURHAM BALLERINA IS bUOOING STAR 



CHAPEL HILL 



1/2 WEEKS ( FILM) 

AIMLESS. PUNCHLESS 



'9 l/Z WEE<S" A WASTE OF THE 



H ? t/O'i/llb A 11 



H 2 1/03/P6 : 1 N S82 

S 2 10/23/R6 CRN 



H 2 11/07/86 ° •> Lil 

H ? 5/21/86 ^ " M66 

H 2 1/05/86 U 1" U L<.1 

H 2 9/05/86 7 P R CS5 

H I 10/11/86 C 1 P 'I 

S 2 11/22/86 A 9 P N 

H 2 11/23/86 A 10 N 0<.6 

H 2 6/20/06 D 2 R CB' 

S 2 3/20/86 B 1 P F G59 

H 2 4/25/86 D 3 ^ "66 



SEE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SY'.TEM (911) 

1950'S 

CHORAL PREPARATIONS 

''"'"'reunion set for •60S-VINTAGF 'BRIGHT MISFITS- 
HARRY'S: ir WAS A TIME FOR YOUTH AND HIGH PASSION 
AT LEAST '60S LABEL MANIA HAS PRIVATE 

NINJA 

SEE ALSO MARTIAL ARTS 

NINJA MOVFS LIKE THE WIND 

NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.I , . 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (N.C. AND U.S.) 
D.G. MARTIN IN RACE 

JUSTICES. JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 
REP. MCMILLAN WINS IN 9TH DISTRICT 
N.C. OEMUCRATS RECAPTURE TWO SEATS IN U.S 



HOUSE: ONE RACE UNDECIDED 



NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

SEE ALSO l-iTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

WATERS SEEKS RE-ELECTION IN 9T H DISTRICT 
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES VOTE OK'U! NO DATE SET 
JUDICIAL ELECTIONS DRAW CANOIOATcS 

NINTH ST. GROCERY STORE NOW IN ERWIN SOUARE 
SHEARON HARRIS FOES PLAN MONEY-RA I SERS 
SHOP FOR C.A.S.H. (IDl 
NOT ALL FLYERS. POSTERS RADICAL 

NINTH STREET BAKERY 

TUAN EXHIBIT HELD AT BAKERY 
ANOTHER OPENING. ANOTHER SHOW... 

NINTH STREET GALLERY 

THE MANY MASKS OF FREOERICA HALL 

NINTH ST. POST OFFICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POST OFFICE ^ ^^^^^ 

SOMF DURHAM POST OFFICES WILL BE GETTING NEW ADDRESSES 
POST OFFICE EXTENDS HOURS ON SATURDAYS 

NIPPON TELEGRAPH L TELEPHONE CO. 

NORTHERN TEl'eCoS"sIGNS «250 MILLION CONTRACT WITH JAPANESE CORP. 

NITRIC ACID MAY HAVE REACHED CATAWBA RIVER 



S 2 5/21/86 C 18 P o R76 



H 2 0/25/86 B 1 N H81 
H 2 7/13/86 ; P U L<.1 
S 2 11/28/86 C 1 >l HOT 



S 2 7/31/86 1 '• F ■>71 



H 2 2/01/86 A 8 

H 2 2/0<./86 D <. 

H 2 11/D5/86 B 2 

H 2 11/06/86 A 22 



H 1 1/16/86 1 P N 

H 2 4/15/86 C I N L40 

H 1 5/30/86 3 1 N L4n 



S 2 1/21/86 B 1 N Wa2 

H 2 6/25/86 A 1 J •<97 

S 2 6/27/86 A 10 A 

S 2 8/08/86 A 4 L 



S 2 6/23/'>6 C 4 N 

S 2 10/02/86 D 1 F 97\ 



H 2 7/11/86 D 1 P F J66 



H 2 7/19/86 C I 
S 2 10/17/86 A 11 



H 2 5/20/86 A 9 
H 7 5/2D/86 C 3 



N 



NITROUS OXIDE 

CAR WRECK. 



FIRE BLOCK TRAFFIC 



H 2 6/19/86 A 24 N 

H 2 9/30/86 C 1 P N 



SEE ALSO PRUGS 

^^F0a''aPPRi1|VES BURROUGHS WELLCO-'E CREAM RINSE FOR HEAD LICE 
FOA APPROVES TREATMENT DEVELOPED IN RTP 

NO-FAULT INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AU'O LIABILITY INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE _ _,. 

SFNATF-HOUSE SHOWDOWN S^ T ON VACCINE PILL „,,^t„,, .„ r , ,o . .,i- c 
STATE PANElT TO CONSIDER PROPOSAL FOR NO-FAULT OBSTETRIC INSURANCE 

NO NET COST TOBACCO PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

LYNG OKS NEW FEES ON LEAF 

NOPEL PEACE PRUF 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

E0ITQ3IAL EMBARRASSING 
UNWORTHY PRIZE MINNfk 
ELIE UIESEL'S NOBEL PRIZE 
WIESEL 4 DESERVING 'JINNFR 
AWARD WAS NO GIMMICK 

N08EL PRIZES (GENERAL HEADING) 
ELIE WIESEL'S NOBEL PRIZE 

NOBEL WALL'S GROCERY 

GUNMAN POPS DURHAM GROCERY. ESCAPES 
ROBBER STRIKES STORE EMPLOYEE 
STEREO THEFT INVESTIGATED 
TEEN CHARGED IN THREE R0B3ERIFS 

NOISE POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO POLLUTtOtI , ^ ,.,„ 

PAYMENT FOR WORK-RELATEO EAR DAMAGE MAY BE EASIER 
WOMAN PUSHES FOR STRICTER ENFORCEMENT OF NOISE LAW 
CHATHAM BOARD AUTHORIZES DRAFT OF NOISE ORDINANCE 

NOI SES OFF (PLAY) 



H 2 5/23/86 8 1 N 
S 2 5/24/86 A 7 P N 



H 7 7/07/86 C 1 P "I 
S 2 11/27/86 C 17 N 



H 2 7/26/86 A 14 N 



H 2 1/01/86 A 

H 2 1/03/86 A 

H 2 10/13/86 A 

H 2 10/24/86 A 

H 2 10/26/86 



H 2 10/18/86 A 4 



S 7 8/04/86 C 1 

H 2 8/05/86 c ' 

S 2 8/06/86 A 17 

H 2 8/28/86 B 4 



H 2 1/26/86 B 14 N 

5 2 8/14/86 C 1 P N H7T 

H 2 10/07/86 B 7 •( K65 



HONIHLY/4 



NNU4L INOEX B 

1/01/86 - \^/i\/1b 



SUBJECTS 



l/0<)/17 



•NOISES OFF- OPENS »T OUKE 

HARRISON: •NOISES OFF^ TRUE TO LIFE ON ST4&F 

•NOISES OFF^ WAS A aiOI 

NOLAREC INDUSTRIES 

CHATHAM PLANTS WILL MAKE LAMP5 

NOLICHUCKY RIVER 

RAFTING DOWN THE NOLICHUCKY 

HEADEO FOR WHITEWATER? HERE^S SOME INFORMATION 

NON-ALIGNED "OVE'IENT 
SEE ALSO CUBA 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN RELATIONS 

VARIETIES OF 1RD WORLD LEADERS (CARTOON) 

NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 
SEE DRUGS 
SEE OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS 

NONVIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO VIOLENCE 

A TIME FOR WAR... 

NOONTIME CONCERTS 

SEE DOWNTOWN LUNCH CONCERT SERIES 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

SEE ALSO VIRGINIA 

COURT'S BUSING RULING WORRIES EXPERTS 
GETAWAYS: HOLLERIN', HARBOR -H' HOGS 

NORFOLK DREDGING CO. 

VA. COMPANY PLEADS GUILTY TO CONSPIRACY 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILWAY 

RAIL CHAIRMAN AT THROTTLE DURING WRFCK 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? IN RAILROAD'S CASE. CONFUSION 

DINNER TRAINS. EXCURSION TOURS EYED 

NORFOLK STATE UNIV. 

TALLY. MITCHELL POWER NORFOLK ST. 

NORFOLK STATE UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 
NCCU. NORFOLK DROP GAME 

NORINA INSTRUMENT CO. 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING f, MILLION AT VENTURE 
ONE TOO MANY VCR REPAIRS 
CARRBORO COMPANY BUYS AM STATION 

NORLINA. N.C. 

TIME TELLS COUPLERS PLIGHT 



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RHaM LAWYtK 



NOPHAN BLOCK REALTORS 

ARE AOS GETTING DUMBER? OR ARE WE GETTING SMARTER? 

NORTH AMERICAN AERODYNAMICS 

PARACHUTE PLANTS KEEP ROXBORO JUMPING 

NORTH AMERICAN VIDEO. LTD. 

DURHAM VIDEO STORES RECOVERING FROM LAW 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT (MEN^Sl 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

BRADLEY WINS N-S "EDAL WITH 2-UNDFR-PAR 70 
BRADLEY HEADS N-S OUALIFYING 
NICKLAUS, BRADLEY WIN IN N-S GOLF 
NICKLAUS IN. BRADLEY OUT IN NTRTH-SOUTH 
BECK TOPS NICKLAUS TO ADVANCE IN N-S 
BECK, ANORAPE ADVANCE TO FINAL RQUNO OF N-S 
WAKENS ANORAOE CLAIMS NORTH-SOUTH GOLF CROWN 
ANDRAOE WINS N-S 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMATFUR GOLF TOURNAMENT (WOHEN^SI 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. SPORTS 

SHANNON ADVANCES IN NCS 

SHANNON WINS WOMEN'S NCS 

NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION 

SPAIN'S NATO VOTE STRENGTHENS ALLIANCE 

NORTH CAROLINA: PEOPLE AND ENV I RON'1 ENT S ( BOOK I 
THE COST OF BEING BUCOLIC 
THREE ASU PROFESSORS SAY N.C. RESOURCES ARE BEING STRAINED 

NORTH CAROLINA: THE COLORFUL LAND COLORING BOOK 
SEE ALSO COLORING BOOKS 

•INFORMATIVE^ TAR HEEL COLORING BOOK IS INFORMAL TEACHING TOOL 

N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE RULES 
SEE ALSO GOVERNMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
SEE ALSO SEPARATION OF POWERS IN GJVERNMENT DOCTRINF 

ACTION HEATS UP ON SEPARATION OF POWERS 

STATE AGENCIES PUBLISHING LAW CAUSING HITCHES 

PAIIE'iCE. RULF-MAKERS 

s<.35.'3 MILLION SPENDING BILL 4ITS MAJOR ROAnBLQCK 

JUDGE REFUSES TO OVERTURN 1985 LAW ON APPOINIMENT 

N.C. AIR SPACE 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE AIRPLANES 

EASTERN N.C. FOCUS OF DEBATE IN CIVILIAN-MILITARY AIR SPACE 

N.C, AIRPLANES 

SEE N.C. STATE AIRPLANES 

N.C. ROAROS AND COMMISSIONS 
SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARDS 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

ACTION HEATS UP ON SEOARATION OF POWERS 

MARTIN SAYS GOVERNORS SHOULDN'T APPOINT LEGISLATORS TO "OAROS 

6 NAMED TO STATE PANEL 

CENTER URGES bO BOARDS BE AHOLISHEO 

BOARDS, COMMISSIONS DRAIN STATE RESOURCES 

<.! BOARDS NO LONGER FACING AX 

UNNEEOEO STATE BOARDS CONTINUi^ TO SURVIVE 

HOWARD NAMED TO STATE POST 

PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BILL ENCOUNTERS SNAG IN HOUSE 

TWO FROM DURHAM NAMED TO BOARDS 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL IS AUTHORIZED TO STUDY TEEN-AGE PREGNANCY 



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aURLIKGTON OOCTOa ON STUDV OA'JEL 

ROYALLt HUNT 4RC APPOTSTE") TO STATE 5TU0» CHM"! SS TONS 

NEv. STATE 3UILDING COMMISSION URGED 

LEGISLATURE. AOMINISTRaT nn STUDY ONE-STOP LICENSING 

N.C.. 50N0 ISSUES 

SEE ALSO StHOOLS. N.C.. BONO ISSUi^ 

REPORT PROPOSES BONO ISSUE ANT INCREASE IN C-ASOHNE TAX 

PAh^L HIV URGE BONO VOTE. GAS TAX INCREASE 

RAMSEY RAPS BONO ISSUE FOR HnHUAYS 

CLOUD OVER BOND MARKET CAUSING WORRIES 

N.C. VOTERS OK FEKER ISSUES 0= BONOS OUPING '85 

HHEN CHAMBER VOTED ON SHEARON HARRIS. ONLY GULLFY VOTED NC 

MARTIN'S SCHOOL BONO PLAN CEStRVES DEBATE 

COLLEGES. AIRPORTS a:,0 SEAPORTS GET PERMISSION COR Tax-fxEMPT BONDS 

ROYALL harpoons MARTIN'S BOND PLAN FOR SCHOOL Fm.OS 

N.C. BOND RATING 

SEE ALSO N.C. REVENUES 

SEE ALSO N.C MUNICIPAL BOND IN?EX 

N.C. TAX-FREE BONO INDEX SLIPS TO 8.}t IN OFCEMPER... 

ROYALL HARPOONS MARTIN'S BONO PLAN FOR SCHOOL FUNDS 

N.C. BONDS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON. N.C. BONOS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C.. BONOS 
SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONOS 
SEE ALSO N.C MUNICIPAL BOND I W E X 
S=E ALSO REFERENDA 

KATES ON N.C. TAX-EXEMPTS CONTINUE DECLINE IN JANUARY 

N.C TOWNS. COUNTIES UNCERTAIN ABOUT »0N0 MARKET 

ACINISTRATIJN MAY BE BLOCKED FRQ" TRYING PRIVATE P°ISONS 

YIELD ON N.C TAX-FREE BONOS DIPS TO 7.05t 

MARTIN PROPOSES J2.2 BILLION PLAN FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

N.C. BOOKS 

SFc BOOKS. N.C. 

N.C. PUOGET 

SEE ALSO N.C 
SEE ALSO N.C. 
SEE ALS'i N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C 
ALSO N.C 



ESCHEAT FUND 
REVENUES 

STSTE EMPLOYEES. HIRING FREEZE 
ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 
DIVISION OF PURCHASE AND CONTRACT 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C. OFFICII OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT 
SEE ALSO N.C STATE AUDITORS OFFICE 
SEE ALSO REVENUE-SHARING FUNDS. N.C 
SEE ALSO STATE AID TO PRIVATE SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO USER FEES 

SURPLUS GETTING INADEQUATE? 

TAR HEELS UPBEAT ON SCHOOLS BJT CAUTIOUS ABOUT ECONOMY 

MANY TAR HEELS SAY FINANCES REMAINED STEADY DURING 1995 

GOVERNOR ORDERS STATE HIRING SLOJEO 

PANEL PEGS noT NEEDS AT SJOO -ILLIDN 

STATE REASSESSING FUNDING FOR PROGRAMS 

DISTRIBUTION PLAN FOR WATER G'ANTS IS CALLED UNFAIR 

U":E OF ECONOMIC GROWTH FUNDS IS CRITICIZED 

STATE TAX OECLI'.E SPAOKTNG CONCERN 

STATE AGENCIES PUBLISHING L«w CAUSING HITCHES 

POLICE CHIEFS ASKED TO BACK BILL 

LF&ISLATIVE LEADERS WANT MORE COMMUNICATION ON BUDGET 

C"VERNOP HILL TRY TO "EET REOUEST FOR BUDGET PLANS 

CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT AUDIT CITES WEAKNESSES 

ECONOMIC REALITIES WILL BE SHSPING POLICY FOR MARTIN 

LEGISLATORS OBJECTING TO SOME OF HIGHWAY PLAN 

NCAE OPPOSES GOVERNOR'S PLAN ON GENERAL FUND 

GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED PAY RAISE IS TOO LOW 

MARTIN LISTS PUOGET PLANS 

DEMOCRATS SEE FLAWS IN martin' S BUDGET PROPOSAL 

RAMSEY SAYS BILL WOULD KILL BJDGET COMMISSION 

TOP AOMINISTRATORS SHOULD SAC-IFICE TOO , __ ^^^ 

LEGISLATORS TO SEEK HIGHER PAY INCREASES FOR STATE EMPLOYEES 

MESIT FACTC EXCLUDED IN GOVERNOR'S PAY PLAN 

ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS ENDW SE MARTIN'S BUDGET 

FEDERAL CUTS LIKELY TO BE SMALL IN N.C 

GOVFRNOR DISMISSES CRITICIS" OF BUDGET AS 'FuN AND GAMES' 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S SHORT SESSION LONG ON SIGNIFICANCE 

GOVERNOR REBUTS LEGISLATORS' ATTACKS ON BUDGET 

COURT WON'T RULE ON STATE BUDGET PANEL _, „ „..^. 

STATE 3"PPE>'E COURT DECIDES TO STAY OUT OF ARGUMENT OVER BUDGET PANEL 

MARTIN'S BUDGET TRUTH CONFUSING 

COMPUTERS GIVE OUICK ANSWERS TO BUDGET QUESTIONS 

SOME HOPE 'SHORT' SESSION «0N' T 3E A FuLL-CDURSE LEGISLATIVE "EAL 

LFGISLATUPE CONVENES TO GRAPPLE WTTH RuAD FUNDING, STATE BUDGET 

HIGHWAY PACKAGE DIFFERENCES RrMAIN 

HIGHWAY PACKAGE SHOWDOWN COULD CO'-E EARLY NEXT WEEK 

HIGHWAY PACKAGE DIVIDED BETWEEN COMMITTEES 

EDUCATION OFFICIALS OPPOSE PROGRA" SHIFTS 

SENATOR IS REQUESTING STUDY of STATE ELECTION PROCEDURES 
BILLS SEEK money for LOCAL PROJECTS 

SUPERSUE VIEWED DIFFERENTLY B' ? PARTIES 
LEGISLATIVE PANEL OK S «'• I S MILLION IN SPENDING 
LOCAL APPROPRIATIONS IN PACKAOE 
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE APPROVES SEVERAL PROVISIONS 

SENATE VOTES FOR HIGHWAY FUNDING PACKAGE 

ALLOCATIONS OMITTED 

NO. 31 N.C. COULD ADVANCE TO ^6TH IN TEACHER SALARIES 

BUDGET PROVISIONS ADVANCE AMID SO"E GRUMBLING 

SZ MILLION FOR NCCU ADDED TO 'J.C. 3JDGET 

BUDGET AUTHORIZES 12TH DURHAM MAGISTRATE 

MORE NCCU REPAIR FUNDS 5UDGET=D 

STATE MONEY BUDGETED F0= LINCOLN CENTER 

N.C. BUDGET PROCESS SAME OLD ' ONG AND DANCE ROUTINE 

HOUSE LEADERS STUNG BY PROPERTY TAX VOTES 

HOUSE APPROVES 5'.35.9 MILLION SPENDING BILL 

DURHAM! PROJECTS GET MONEY FRQm STATE 

1<.35.R MILLION SPENDING BILL ^|TS MAJOR ROADBLOCK 

WATKINS REaLJEST HOLDS UP BUOGEI 

HOUSE cNOS STALL, OKS BUDGET 

H^USE APPROVES STATE TRANSPORTATION BUDGET 

LEGISLATURE ENACT? BUDGET SUPPLEMENT 

SENATE ENACTS STATE BUDGET SUPPLEMENT 

PRISON, COLLEGES, PARKS INCLUDED IN BUDGET "ILL 

BUDGET PANEL TOUR BEGINS IN BUTNER , ,, 

RFQUeST FOR TWO 87-89 BUDGETS CAUSES WORRY ABOUT POSSIBLE CUTS 

STATE HANTS YOUR IDEAS ON SPE'JOING i'•^ "ILLIJN 

HERE ARE SO'lE IDEAS FOR SPENDING K.7 mjllIUN 

NEW WAYS SOUGHT TO FINANCE PA)KS; ENTRY FEES SCORED 

PANEL PONDERS PARKS PROPOSAL 

N.C. GENERAL FUND COLLECTIONS UP 

ASSEMBLY SHOULD CHANGE FUNDING OF LOCAL PROJECTS 

HIGHER EDUCATION Funds rank N.C. PTH IN NATION 

N.C. TAX COLLECTIONS RISE SLOWLY 

MARTIN MAY BE DEFENDING EXECUTIVE PORK BARREL 

LEGISLATORS ANGERED BY PARKS mqnEY USE 



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1/00/17 



F'JND PROPnSED TO WATCH 00NATnf4S FOB "ARKS 

MARTIN ASKS PANEL'S ADVICE IN SFTTIMG BUDGET PRIORITIES 

MARTIN OOUSTS EDUCATION PLAN TO GFT FULL FUNDING 

GOVERNQP SEEKS ADVICE ON SPENDING PRIORITIES 

JIM MARTIN AND "LE BUDGET" ICARTOHNl 

FUTURE POLE OF N.C. BUDGET GRDUP UNCLEAR 

STATE LEADERS BACK AWAY FROM EDUCATION PROMISES 

STATE FINALLY MAKING EDUCATION WISH LIST 

LEGISLATIVE SURVEY FINDS LITTLE SUPPORT FOR TAX INCREASES 

LAWMAKERS BACK BEP, UNSURE ON MARTIN BOND PLAN ' "'^ '^'='' ^"^ ^ 

N.C BUDGET CUTS 

GOVERNOR ORDERS STATE HIRING '.LOrfEO 

DEFICIT-CUTTING MEASURE MAY CHOP FUNDING FOR STATE 

GOVERNOR ORDERS HIRING SLOWOOUN 

VALENTINE: NEW TAXES MAY BE UMAVOIOABLE 

STATE REASSESSING FUNDING FOR PROGRAMS 

CHIEF JUSTICE ORDERS SLOWDOWN IN HIRING 

N.C. FACES DEEP CUTS IN FEDERAL SERVICES 

GPAMM MAY COST N.C. 1202 MILLION 

GRAMM-RUDMAN COULD AFFECT EVERYBODY'S EVERYDAY SERVICES 

STATE WON'T HALT ART MUSEUM AND SYMPHONY FINDS 

GOV. "ARTIN PRAISED FOR STAND ON CUTS IN FEDERAL SPENDING 

EXTENSION SERVICE MAY LOSE 10^ AGENTS '-i="r:'<»L iKCNUlNG 

DEFICIT CUTS REDUCE FUEL AID 

1.060 STATE JOBS TO BE ELIMINATED 

CUTS HAY HIT PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

MARTIN'S BUDGET CUTS REQUEST ON PROGRAMS FOR METALLY ILL 

STATE STOPS SELLING CRAFTS MADE BY BLIND 

WILLIE M HOUSF TO BE CLOSED 

WILLIE " FACILITY MAY CLOSE 

?iiii!f,.5,T.,''°?„''!*Q,'''-89 BUDGETS CAUSES WORRY ABOUT POSSIBLE CUTS 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES REFUSE TO PARE BUDGETS 

UNC HIRING IN LIMBO 

SIX HEALTH AGENCIES IN N.C. ARE LOSING FEDERAL MONEY 

CAPITAL HEALTH AGENCY BRACES FOR CUTOFF OF FEDERAL MONEY 

GRAMM-RUDMAN CUTS ARRIVE; TAR HEELS FEEL EFFECTS 

N.C COMPTROLLER 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL IS AUTHORIZED TO STUDY TEFN-AGE PREGNANCY 

N.C.t COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COMPUTERS 
CENTRALIZED TEACHER PAYROLL SCRAPPED 

N.C COUNTIES 

SEE COUNTIES, N.C. 

N.C ECONOMY 

SEE ECONOMY, N.C. 

N.C EMBLEMS 

SEE ALSO N.C SHELL 
SEE ALSO SCOTCH BONNET 

HOW THE SCOTCH BONNET WON OFFICIAL STATUS 

N.C ESCHEAT FUND 

SEE ALSO N.C, BUDGET 

INTEREST ON UNCLAIMED MONEY USED TO MAKE LOANS TO NEEDY STUDENTS 

N.C EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO AGRICUL 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN 
SEE ALSO N.C F 
SEE ALSO N.C. - 
SEE ALSO N.C. 
SEE ALSO TARIFFS 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE 

BUSINESS HIGHL 

DECLINING DOLL 

FIRST UN I ON : E 

STATE OFFICF P 

VALUE OF STATE 

STATE BOOSTS H 

STATE DRUMMING 

JAPAN TOBACCO 

INTERESTED IN 

TOKYO TELEX IS 

N.C. FIRMS URO 

TAR HEELS. JAP 

'PROTECTIONISM 



ruRE, EXPORTS 
• N.C. 
TRADE 
OREIGN TRADE 
OREIGN TRADE ZONE 
EVENUES 

INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 
IGHTS 

AR OVERSEAS HELPS SOME N.C. BUSINESS 
CONOMY TO GAIN MOMENTUM THIS YEAR 
ROVIOES ANSWERS TO FOREIGN QUESTIONS 
'5 MANUFACTURING EXPORTS DECLINES 
OHEGROWN PRODUCTS 

UP EXPORT TRADE WITH CHINA 
INC. TO BUY FLUE-CURED LEAF 
PUERTO RICAN TRADE? SEMINAR IS TUESDAY 
SUES CALL FOR MTRE N.C. GOODS FOR JAPANESE 
ED TO CONSIDER TRADE FAIR IN JAPAN 
ANESE DEBATE TRADE GAP 

COULD BE GRINCH THAT STEALS ECONOMIC RECOVERY 



N.C FILMMAKING 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA ATLANTIC PROOJCTION CO. 

SEE ALSO DE LAURENTIIS ENTER TA nMENT GROUP 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C FILM MAKING 

SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO FILMMAKING 

SEE ALSO FDUNTAINHEAD PROnuCTIONS 

SEE ALSO MARKET SOUARE PARTNERS 

5iP °!-|H '^•<^' OFFICE OF MOTION PICTURE DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO A SINGING STREAM 

N.C. FILMMAKER IS SUBJECT OF COURSE 

FREE SHOW ON SUNDAY 

EARL 0UEN5BY GETS CREDIT— IN DUKE MOVIE COURSE 

GREENVILLE MOVIE CALLED 'REAL PIECE OF HISTORY' 

FILM UPSTARTS LIKE N.C. ARE WTRRYING CALIFORNIA 

REAL-LIFE 'ROCKY': FILM MAY BE MADE IN N.C. 

MOVIE MAKING A BOON TO THE T A5 HEEL STATE 

siS"?'? ?SE*°Sonv'i?iSii^§vSE"kKi.° Vo^Vir -""*"' °'° "'"'""■'' "°""''' 

•GOnO OL ' BOY' ALL MADISON AVE. ON FILMS 

HIGH POINT RESIDENTS ARE STAR'JTRUCK 

ANSON COUNTY TO HONOR SPIELBE'G FOR MOVIE 

ANSON COUNTY HOLDS OWN MOVIE AWARDS CEREMONY 

5P!J.'^SIJ''„^° ''"■'' SCIENCE FICTION MOVIE IN ANSON COUNTY 

•COLOR PURPLE' SWEEPS FELIX AWARDS 

HIGH POINT "APKET HANDY FOR MOVIE FURNITURE NEEDS 

FILM CREW WANTS TROOPS TO GO AFTE» KING KONG 

OLD MOVIES OF SMALL TOWNS NOW HISTORIC DOCUMENTS 

DAMAGED PATROL CRUISER TAKEN OUT FOR A RIDE 

GRANT AWARDED TO CARRRORO FILMMAKER 

•MUROER WITNESS' DIDN'T NOTICE MOVIE CA-ERAS 

FILM CREW TO USE DUKE MARINE LAB 

CREW FILMING FROM MARINE LAB 

CATTLE CALL LEADS TO EXTRA CAIEER 

WILMINGTON TAKES STAR BILLING 

THE LONG DAY OF A SHORT CAREE' 

19 MOVIES EXPECTED TO BE SHOT IN N.C. THIS YEAR 

CREEDMODR FAMILY PORTRAYED IN UNC GOSPEL MUSIC MOVIE 

FILMMAKER OWENSBY OBSESSED WITH LIFF 

FILM FEATURES CREEDMOOR FAMILY'S MUSICAL TRADITIONS 

AN INSIDE VIEW 

MAGAZINE ARTICLE LED DE LAURE<1TIIS TO WILMINGTON 



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12/31/8() 



SUBJECTS 



PA'".t 6ia 

l/0''/''7 



SHE'S IN NEW PRYOR CILM 

NO STAR FOR KiW, KONO 

LOVE STORY ABOUT CHOPIN. GEORr.E SANO FILMED IN STATE 

THIRD MOVIE STUDIO IN NORTH CAROLINA To BE ANNOUNCED 

MARTIN ANNOUNCES FILM STUOIO HILL BE BUILT NEAR HIGH POINT 

STUDir-S FIRST FILM TO BE BASED ON LIQUOR AGENT 

DEMOCRATS CRITICIZE MARTIN'S TRIP TO TINSEL TOWN 

MARTIN SAYS HOLLYWOOD TRIP HELPFUL FO N.C. FILM INDUSTRY 

GOVERNOR'S HOLLYWOOD TRIP WAS WELL JUSTIFIED 

N,C.. FOPEIGM TRADE 

SEE ALSO FURtIGN TRADE 
SEE ALSO N.C. EXPORTS 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK. FREE TRADE ZONES 

STATE OFFICE PROVIDES ANSWERS TO FOREIGN OUESTIONS 

ALL-WOMAN TRADE GROUP GOING TO JAPAN 

STATE DRUMMING UP EXPORT TRAO= WITH CHINA 

N.C FOREIGN TRADE ZONE 
SEE ALSO DUTY-FREE ZONE 
SFE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

SEE ALSO N.C. EXPORTS ,„ ^, 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK. FREE TRAOc ZONES 
FOREIGN TRADE ZONE SHOWS DECLINE FROM INITIAL YEAR 
SLOW BUSINESS STUNTS GROWTH OF DURHAM'S FOREIGN TRADE ZONE 

N.C. FOREIGN VISITORS 

TARGET TURNED TOURIST ATTRACTION 

FORMER JAPANESE SAILORS GET LOOK AT WAR VICTIM, USS NORTH CAROLINA 

THE BRITISH HAVE LANDED— SIX ROY SCOUTS VISIT 

N.C. GOVERNMENTAL POWERS 

LEGISLATIVE REMINDER: FORGET POWER-STRIPPING 

N.C. GOVERNORS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNORS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO r.OVERNOR'i MANSION 
SFE ALSO CUBERNATHRIAL CAMPA 
SEE ALSO GUBERNATORIAL SUCCE 
SEE ALSO N.C. LIEUTENANT GO 
SEE ALSO N.C. CONSTITUTION 

HOW TIMES 00 CHANGE: AILIN 

MARTIN SAYS GOVERNORS SrtOU 

N.C. GOVERNOR HAS LIITLF P 

MARTIN SAYS HE DOESN'T FEA 

LET GOVERNOR GOVERN 

VID^^U PRO'^OTES KEEP NORTH 

LEGISLATIVE REMINDER: FORG 

VETO POWER REFERENDUM IS S 

GIVE VOTERS A VOICE IN DIS 

FOUR FORMER GOVERNORS SUPP 

HOUSE APPROVES l'.35.9 MILL 

JUDGE SAYS GOVERNOR CAN'T 

FORMER GOV. DAN MOORE DIES 

SANFORD SAYS MOORE EARNED 

DAN K. MOORE: MOUNTAIN GOV 

EX-GOV. MOORE REMEMRERED A 

GOOD DAYS FULL OF ARQMA 

MOORE HELPED LEAD N.C. TO 

700 ATTEND FUNERAL SERVICE 

MARTIN. JORDAN CONTINUE SP 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL ENDORSES 

POLL SHOWS SUPPORT FOR GUB 



...OFFICIALS 



N.C, HISTORIC HOMES 

SEE HISTORIC HOMES AND BUILDINGS. N.C. 

N.C. HISTORICAL MARKERS 
SEE HIGHWAY MARKERS 

N.C. HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CIVIL WAR HISTORY 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY MARKERS , . , 

SEE ALSO HISTORIC PRESERVATION FOUNDATION OF N.C, INC. 

SEE ALSO IN LIGHT OF HISTORY ICOLUMNI 

SEE ALSO N.C, QUADRICENTENNIAL 

SEE ALSO N.C MUSEUM OF HISTORY ASSOCIATES 

SFE ALSO N.C. SOCIETY OF COUNTY AND LOCAL HISTORIANS 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV. CENTE^INIAL COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO ORAL HISTORY 

l^JTH CENTURY SCHOOLS TRAINED ""LACK TEACHERS 

GREENVILLE MOVIE CALLED 'REAL PIECE OF HISTORY' 

TAR HEEL BECAME LEADER IN MONTANA 

QUILTS TEACH HISTORY PIECE PY PIECE 

MINISTER'S BOOK OFFERS OUAINI VIEW OF NORTH CAROLINA 

DONALDSON WAS FORCE IN N.C. ARCHITECTURE 

DIRTY CAMPAIGNS HURT POLITICS AND THE STATE 

REMEMBER VEAZEY RIOGE? ,„ , , „,, 

HE SIGNED WHEN IT COUNTED'-A SOOD REASON FOR LIBATION 

N.C. CULTURE GOT A BOOST WHEN HISTORY, FARMING GROUPS MFT 

1ST BLACK MEDAL WINNER FROM N.C 

TAR HEEL BECAME PREACHE". HORSE THIEF 

A^Gu'lDE TO OUR PAST: LECTURE SERIES EXAMINES WHO WE ARE... 

N.C.'S PORTRAITS OF FAITH 

CHANCFLLOR TAYLOR FOUGHT FOR J NC LIBRARIES 

MATTAMU5KEET MAS REFUSED TO BC SUBDUED 

TAR HEEL STOLE FEB. 2? FROM GEORGE WASHINGTON 

CARTOONIST INFLUENCED IR76 RACE 

SCHOOL FLOATS MAKE HISTORY 'EXCITING 

OLD MOVIES OF SMALL TOWNS NOW HISTORIC DOCUMENTS 

N.C. MAN DOCUMENTS SHALL CAROLINA TOWNS 

3 THOMAS SETTLES UNSETTLING FOR TAR HFEL HISTORIANS 

N.C FOLK HERITAGE FEATURED 

TAR HFEL POOK COLLECTOR AND SCHOLAR FOUND HUMOR IN HOBBY 

TWO PROFESSORS SEEK TAR HEEL ACCOUNTS OF EARLY CHINA TR A VF L S 

N.C. ELECTRIC CHAIR TOOK 172 LIVES „„.,., 

SEARCH FUR AFRICAN FOREBEARS BRINGS MAN 10 NORTH CAROLINA 

TAR HEEL SIGNER OF DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE GOOD ORATOR 

HORACE GREELEY WED IN WARRENTON 

N.C. FORT DEFIANCE BOTH BUILT RY LENOIR 

CARTOONIST NEEDS A HISTORY LESSON 

EARLY N.C TRAVELER WAS NOT COMPLIMENTARY 

ASHFVILLE STILL AFFECTED BY FLOOD 70 YEARS AGO 

ANNIE OAKLEY THRILLED PINEHURST RFSIOFNTS 

THE TOWN THAT TIME REMEMBERED 

TOMBSTONE OF TOM DOOLEY'S VICTIM STOLEN 

CALL-IN SHOW SET 

TWO CAROLINAS STAMP ANDREW JACKSON CLAIM 

ACTORS RESTAGE 16TH CENTURY SHIP LIFE 

DESCENDANTS OF SLAVES TO HOLD HOMECOMING AT N.C PLANTATION 

POLITICS WERE HOT AND SOMETIMfS BLOODY 

GRAHAM RESIDENT RECALLS HEYDAY OF OLD OPERA HOUSE 

MORTON BUSY TENDING GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN 

LIBRARY COLLECTION HAS MOVIES' PHOTOS TO CHART DURHAM HISTORY 



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IGNS 

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VER-IORS 

G GTVERNOR STRUNG-WILLED 

LDN' T APPOINT LEGISLATORS TO BOARDS 

OHER TO GRAB 

" RFTALIATION FOR FILING SUIT 

CAROLINA BEAUTIFUL INC. 

ET POWER-STRIPPING 

OUGH T 

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ORT NUCLEAR PLANT 

ION SPENDING BILL 

OVERRULE COUNCIL OF STATE 

: DUKE HOSPITAL ANNOUNCES DEATH OF' EX- JUST ICE 

PLACE IN HISTORY 

ERNOR WAS BALM NORTH CAROLINA NEEDED 

S QUIET. TOWERING MAN 

BETTER TIMES 

S FTR GOV. MOORE 

ARRING ON STATE POWERS 

SHIFTING ELECTION OF GOVERNOR. 
ERNATORIAL VETO 



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INDEX 
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SUBJECTS 



PAGE 6ft9 
l/0<)/S7 



survey nocuments historic buildings 

gold: gfolocists find deposit'; in piedmont slate belt 

•LIGHT OF history- extinguished; widely-used column is repeat^o 

PRUE-WINNING author SURPRISED: SLAVE ANCESTORS BOUGHT A FARM 
BOOK FOCUSES ON N.C. FOLK POTTERS 

N.C., IMAGE 

SEE ALSO N.C, RANKING 

"THE TARHEEL STATE" (CARTOON! 

■EUROPE NEEDS YOU MORE- 

ADS TO PROMOTE N.C. WIN AWARD 

N.C, INTERNS 

SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

N.C. GOVERNMENT INTERNS LEARN, GET PAID 

N.C, INVESTMENTS 

HUNT URGES CHANGE IN PENSION INVESTMENT 

PANEL DRAFTING BILL TO COVER INVESTMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA 

STATE OFFICE PROVIDES ANSWERS TO FOREIGN QUESTIONS 

LEGISLATOR SAYS BOARD TORPEDOED INVESTING OF STATE PENSION FUNDS... 

N.C. PANEL REACHES COMPROMISE ON SOUTH AFRICA ISSUE 

N.C. LAWS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO ELECTION LAWS 

SEE ALSO LANDLORD-TENANT LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO L lOUOR-BY-THF-DMNK, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLES 

SEE ALSO N.C CONSTITUTION 

SFE ALSO N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. HEALTH PLANNING A^ D CERTIFICATE OF NEED LAW 

SEE ALSO N.C STATE PEKSONNEL ACT 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC 0RUNKENF5S 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL OFFENSE LAWS 

SFE ALSO SPEEDY-TRIAL LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO "SUNSET" LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO WILDLIFE LAW 

N.C TAX LAW CHANGES TAKE EFFECT 

NEW PORN LAW UPHELD: N.C. ...JUDGE REJECTS CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE 

REPUBLICAN LAWYER CONTESTS JUTGE APPOINTMENT LAW 

CAR OWNERS HAVE RECOURSE WHEN MECHANICS HOLD CARS 

LIVE LONGER, PRE-PLAN YOUR FUN ER AL--MOR T I C I AN 

FORMS TO HELP IN DISPUTED REPAIR BILLS NOW AVAILABLE 

MONEY-RAISERS RAISE QUESTIONS 

EFFECT OF MANDATORY SEAT-BELT LAW IS WEARING OFF A BIT, SURVEY SAYS 

PROFESSOR SAYS LAW THREATENS FREE SPEECH 

COURT SAYS INTENT TO DISCRIMINATE MUST RE SHOWN... 

MARTIN SAYS HE DOESN'T FEAR RETALIATION FOR FILING SUIT 

WILL STATE'S MASK LAW SNARE EASTER BUNNY, MICKEY MOUSE? 

N.C. OFFICIALS EYE BUY-AMERICAN LAW 

LIO ON MONEY FOR PAIN TOPS PA^JEL'S LIST FOR REFORM 

RESEARCHER SAYS SEAT BELT LAW NOT REALIZING POTENTIAL 

YOUNGSTERS' RIGHTS SUBJECT OF DEBATE 

CROSSOVER VOTE RULING HAILED 

CHAIN-LIKE LETTER NOW IN DURHAM I LLEG AL — OFF I C I AL 

LAW LINKING CHILD SUPPORT, WELFARE WRONG, JUDGE RULES 

i,,MR''J.T?,:F^2?i£T.'J;£%';?'E'*'=ST LAWS TURNS TO PROPOSAL TO DEREGULATE... 

FUND-RAISER RESTRICTIONS STRUCK DOWN 

JUDGE UPHOLDS PORNOGRAPHY LAW 

N.C. SHOULD REOUIRE INSURANCE DISCLOSURES 

NEW AMENDMENT SPARKS COHTROVER SY 

KEEP YOUR REVELRY OUIET 

OPEN MEETINGS LAW CAN USE %OIV= TEETH 

'BABY DOE" RULING WON'T AFFECT N.C. L A WS--OFF IC I AL S 

SUPREME COURT RULING MAY SPEED END OF NUMBERED JUDICIAL SEATS 

N.C. LAW HURTS FOREIGN BUSINESS RECRUITMENT 

72 VIOLATIONS WILL BECOME INFRACTIONS BEGINNING SFPT. 1 

^:,^;^'^i*i^?S^"''f S TO CRACK noJN ON DRINKING AT FOOTBALL TAILGATE PARTIES 

JUDGE TO LOOK AT LEGAL ASPECTS OF EMBEZZLING LAW 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST MARTIN ON COURT ISSUE 

JUDGE STRIKES DOWN SECTION OF OWI LAW 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS LAWS RULING BINGO 

FANG THE FISH IS SWALLOWED BY STATE LAW 

NEW LAW ALTERS STATUS OF TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

INSANITY PLEA TO BE CHALLENGED 

SEAT-PELT LAW TURNS I, WILL GET TOUGHER IN JAN. 

AFTER INITIAL FANFARE OBSCENITY LAW FIZZLES 

CHILD SUPPORT LAW PRAISED 

DEFINITION OF PORNOGRAPHY STILL ELUDES LAWMAKERS 

OFFICIALS BLAME RISE IN DW I ARRESTS ON REDUCED PUBLICITY 

CHANGES CONSIDERED Tu MAKE VOTING EASIER 

MORE, NOT LESS. SEAT BELT USE CAN SAVE LIVES 

CHILD SUPPORT LAW CALLED INCREDIBLE SUCCESS 

SEAT BELT LAW WILL START CARRYING FINE ON JAN. 1 

NEW VACCINE LAW NOT WORKING, DOCTOR TELLS PANEL 

ANNEXATION ISSUES OFTFN LAND IN COURTS AROUND N.C 

STATE COULD SAVE ON HEALTH C A5 E WITHOUT CONSULTANT 

PRISONERS' CHANCES FOR EARLY RELEASE INCREASED 

LOW BID SOMETIMES NOT IN CITY'S BEST INTEREST 

LAW USED TU SEIZE CASH, CAR 

SEAT-BELT FINES BEGIN NEXT WEEK 

BUCKLE UP OR COUGH UP $J5 F I NF THURSDAY 

DURHAM POLICE PLAN SEAT-BELT ENFORCEMENT 

OAY-CARE HOMES GET NEW RULES BUT NO INSPECTORS 

N.C, LEGISLATORS 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, LEGISLATORS 
SEE N.C GENERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATORS 

N.C. LEGISLATORS, U.S. CONGRESS 
SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS 
SEE ALSO FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (U.S.I 
SEE ALSO U.S. CONGRESS 

BATTLE VOWED TO BLOCK NUCLEAR WASTE SITES IN N.C 

LCM GIRDS MILITARY SALES STRATEGY 

SENATOR EAST SHOULD RESIGN 

ROLL CALL 

N.C. CONGRESSMEN SPLIT ON BUDGET LAW 

AN ISSUE OF SENIORITY 

ROLL CALL 

HOUSE REFUSES TO FORCE CUT SUGGESTIONS 

CONGRESSMEN STALKED ON HANDGUN BILL 

ROLL CALL 

SENATE VOTES LACKED CLASS 

HOUSE VOTE ON CONTEMPT BIO 

CONGRESS SHOULD HELP MACDONALD 

ROLL CALL 

ROLL CALL 

REAGAN LOSES ON CONTRA AID 

ROLL CALL 

ROLL CALL 

AREA LAWMAKERS' VOTES ON GUN CONTROL RECORDED 



S 

E 
DATE C 

10/Z2/e6 E 
10/22/n6 A 
I0/2O/P6 A 
U/ID/P6 B 
I2/30/B6 a 



PG L P "^YL 



1 N H<,5 

1 M N S31 



J5D 

seo 

G50 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



4/02/86 

<,/lD/e6 

11/21/86 



H 2 11/27/86 E 4 P N HOB 



<./l'?/»6 
<,/19/B6 
5/12/86 
9/10/B6 
12/02/86 



S 2 


1/01/86 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


1/04/86 


A 




N 




H 1 


2/01/86 


C 




N 




H 2 


2/20/86 


B 




N 


F50 


H 2 


3/07/86 


a 




P N 


J54 


H 2 


3/01/86 


D 


10 


M 




H 2 


3/10/86 


A 




T N 


A 54 


H 2 


3/15/86 


C 


16 


N 




H 2 


3/18/86 


B 




N 




H 2 


3/1=1/86 


B 




N 




H 2 


3/21/86 


A 


13 


•1 




H 2 


3/21/86 


A 


17 


N 




H 2 


3/22/86 


A 


10 


P N 




H 2 


4/02/86 


A 




N 




H 2 


4/10/86 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


4/15/86 


A 




J 




H 2 


4/20/86 


C 




N 




H 2 


5/06/86 


A 


11 


M 




H 2 


5/11/86 


C 




n 




5 2 


5/12/86 


A 




J 




H 2 


5/17/86 


U 




N 




H 2 


5/ 8/86 


c 




N 




H 2 


5/2'5/B6 


A 




L 




5 2 


6/06/96 


A 




G 


G59 


H 2 


6/08/86 







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S 2 


6/10/86 


A 




p 




H 2 


6/15/96 


c 




N 




H 2 


6/24/86 


A 


9 


N 




5 2 


6/27/86 


A 


16 


J 




H 2 


7/26/86 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


7/27/86 


C 


10 


N 




S 2 


7/31/86 


c 


4 


N 




H 2 


9/03/86 


c 




N 




H 2 


8/05/86 


B 




N 




S 2 


a/20/B6 


c 




N 




H 2 


■3/01/86 


B 




N 




H 2 


9/02/86 







N 




S 2 


9/03/86 


A 




r., 


S33 


S 2 


10/01/86 


C 




N 




S 2 


10/08/86 


A 




F 




S 2 


10/15/86 


A 




ri 




S 2 


10/21/06 


A 




J 




S 2 


11/06/86 


A 


n 


rj 




S 2 


11/13/86 


C 




J 




S 2 


11/17/86 


A 




E 




S 2 


11/17/86 


A 




J 




H I 


I /19/e6 


C 




M 


L4n 


H 2 


1 /22/86 


C 




N 


L40 


S 2 


1 /24/36 


A 









S 2 


I /27/86 


B 


11 


N 




H 2 


12/09/86 


A 




N 




5 2 


12/11/86 


A 




E 




H 2 


12/25/86 


B 




^l 




H 2 


12/27/86 


C 




f| 


H6D 


S 2 


12/29/86 


A 




N 




S 2 


12/31/86 


A 




N 


765 


S 2 


12/31/86 


C 


1 


N 





H 2 


1/I7/B6 


A 


1 2 


N 


S 2 


1/17/96 


A 


1 


N W82 


H 7 


1/20/86 


A 


it 


E 


H 2 


1/26/86 


A 


14 


N 


S 2 


1/27/86 


A 


6 


N 


H 2 


1/29/86 


A 


4 


L 


H ' 


2/02/86 


A 


14 


N 


H 2 


2/09/96 


B 


1 1 


N 


S 2 


2/13/86 


A 


4 


U 


H 7 


2/23/86 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


2/29/86 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


3/02/86 


A 


in 


N 


S 2 


3/J4/96 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


3/09/96 


A 


1 4 


N 


H 2 


3/16/96 


( 


1 3 


N 


H 2 


3/21/86 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/23/86 


r 


1 3 


N 


H 2 


3/30/86 


r 


1 3 


N 


H 2 


4/13/86 


A 


I'J 


N 



MONTHLV/AN 



INDEX 
- 12/31/H6 



SUBJECTS 



PS't 670 



SFRICA SANCTIONS 



WRITERS OFFER 'OIAL-A-LFTTER' 

HOUSE "EMBERS REVERSE OECISIO-I ON THEIR ALLOWED OUTSnE INCOME 

ROLL CALL 

ROLL CALL 

ROLL CALL 

8R0VHILL IS AMONG RICHEST IN HOUSF 

N.C. PELEGATION SOLIDLy SUPPORTS NEW TRADE PILL 

N.C. REPRESENTATIVE LISTED AMING WEALTHIEST IN HOUSE 

RTLL call: WHERE THEY STAND 

HOUSE TRADE BILL TANTAMOUNT TO WAR 

ROLL CALL 

ROLL CALL 

AREA LAWMAKERS" VOTES RECORDS"! ON C0NTRA5. JUDGES. TAX AHNE5TV 

SFN. EAST FOUND DEAD: POLICE ? AV AILING JUNIOR SENATOR APPARENT SUICIOe 

SHOCKED N.C. LEADERS LAUD EAST'S SERVICE AS COURAGEOUS 

REAGAN SAYS SEN. EAST •QUIET, EFFECTIVE LEGISLATOR" 

N.C. OFFICIALS EXPRESS SORROW TO EAST FAMILY 

EAST'S DEATH SHOCKING 

BROYHILL LIKELY EAST SUCCESSOR 

BROYHILL FXPECTFD TO REPLACE EAST 

SEN. JOHN EAST: BRAVE AND LIKEABLE 

JOHN EAST SERVEO HIS STATE ANO NATION WELL 

AIDE SAYS EAST TOOK DRUGS FOR DEPRESSION 

LEADERS ATTEND MEMORIAL SERVKE FOR SEN. EAST TODAY 

EAST EULOGIZED AS COURAGEOUS PATRIOT 

MARTIN MAY PICK EAST SUCCESSOR TOMORROW 

BROYHILL T4PPF0 TO FILL EAST'S POST 

BROYHILL CHOSFN TO FINISH TER" OF SFN. EAST 

5R0YHILL APPOINTMENT IS GAMBLE FOR GOP 

ROLL Call 

BROYHILL SWORN IN AS SENATOR 

EAST HONORED AT BROYHILL'S SWJARING IN 

ROLL CALL 

HOUSE REJECTS FHRCEO CONTROLLER REHIRING 

APPEALs'^COURT NOMINEE IS WELCOMED "JO THE PIT' ^„.,^„.„ 

AREA LAWMAKERS GO ON RECORD 0^ KEY ISSUES BEFORE CONGRESS 
FOUR CONGRESSMEN SUPPORT ROU'S GATEWAY BID 

Sg!^ ^.^tr^^f-cE^s'sS^E^ ^IOSSSax bill despite voter COMPLAINTS 

COLUMN'S ANALYSIS OF BROYHILL MISSES MARK. IS ALSO NEGATIVE 

VOTE ON TAX REVISION DESERVES FACTUAL BASIS 

ROLL CALL 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

VALENTINE. COBEY BACK TAX BILL 

ROLL CALL 

LET'S HOPE WHITLEY, HELMS WERE WRONG 

REAGAN. N.C. SENATORS WRONG NOT TO BACK 

ROLL CALL 

HOW OUR LAWMAKERS VOTED , ^,„ ,.,,,„ = „ 

BROYHILL RELISHES IMAGE AS WASHINGTON INSIDER 

CONGRESS TACKLES DEFENSE BUDGET. IMMIGRATION REFORM 

ROLL CALL 

GOP TO LOSE COMMITTEES GRIP 

SENATE SHIFT COULD FREE HELMS TO PURSUE CAUSES 

SFN. SANFORD TO HE SWORN IN ON DEC. 10 

H^LMS PREPARES CHALLENGE FOR FOREIGN RELATIONS POST 

BALL IN JUblLANT DEMOCRATS' CTURT 

SANFORD EAGER TO SHARE NEW IDEAS _ ..,„^„,„. ^ 

N.C. CONGRESSMAN CALLS ARMS SALES DISCLOSURES INCREDIBLE 

PRICE IN ULTIMATE POLY SCI GRAO SCHOOL: CONGRESS 

DECEMBER INSIGHT ,,,„, 

SANFORD TO TAKE OATH ON CAPITOL STEPS 

1,000 PEOPLE TO ATTEND SANFORD SWEARING-IN 

SEN. SANFORD WILL TAKE OATH OF OFFICE TODAY 

TAR HEELS RALLY FOR SANFORD CSREMONY 

N.C.'S JUNIOR SENATOR BRINGS ENERGY TO JOB 

SANFORD SETS GOALS AS NEW U.S. SENATOR 

IT WAS SANFORD PAY AT THE CAPITOL 

TEXT OF SENATOR TERRY SANFORD' S SPEECH 

BYRO: SANFORU ARRIVAL IS 'GREAT DAY' FUR STATE 

THREE NEWCOMERS LEARNING ABOUT LIFE IN CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON, D.C. BUS STOP (CARTOON] , , ,. 

DEMOCRATS SAY TEXTILES WILL BE CONGRESSIONAL ISSUE AGAIN 

TRADE IMBALANCE BIG NEW ISSUE FOR N.C. DELEGATION 

RFP. WALTER JONES NOW DEAN OF N.C. DELEGATES 

N.C. LICENSING BOARDS 
SEE LICENSING BOARDS 

N.C, LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GOVERNORS 

CHANGE URCEO IN EDUCATION LEADERSHIP „„,,,. r .c.nci. 

MAVRETIC PLAN WOULD G I VF STATE EDUCATION A HIGH-PROFILE LEADER 

AMENDMENT ON SUCCESSIVE TERMS OFFICIALLY DIES 

EOMISTEN CONSIDERS RUN F0» L T. GOVERNOR 

SECOND GRANVILLE LEGISLATOR EYES LT. GOVERNOR BID 

GILMORE PLANS BID FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

CRAWFORD 'ABOUT DECIDED' TO RUN FOR LT. GOVERNOR 

N.C, NAMES OF TOWNS 
SEE ALSO NAMES 
SEE ALSO N.C. TOWNSHIPS 

YANCEYVILLE BECOMES AN OFFICIAL TOWN - AijAIN 

EVEN BROTHERS DISAGREE ON FAMILY, TOWN NAME 

N.C. OFFICE BUILDINGS 

SEE N.C. STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

N.C. OFFICE PROPERTY 

SEE ALSO ruRHAM, N.C, OFFICE PROPERTY 
SEE ALSO N.C STATE PROPERTY OFFICE 

OFFICE VACANCY RATE 30* IN AREA 

OFFICE VACANCIES EXPECTED TO 3 I SE 



N 



'''"tar''heIl^oil^refinery owner sees profits in gas shortage 



N.C. PER CAPITA INCOME 

SEE INCOMF. PER CAPITA, N.C. 



N.C, PERSONAL INCOME 

SEE PERSONAL INCOME, 



N.C. 



N.C, OUAOR ICENTENNIAL , ,,,.. 

SEE ALSO AMERICA'S -.OOTH ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE 

SEE ALSO NORTH CAROLINA'S <.00 YEARS: SIGNS ALONG THE WAY 
YEAR OF THE INDIAN: <.OOTH ANNIVERSARY SETS STAGE 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

GARDEN CLUBS UNITF TO BEAUTIFY DURHAM 
ELIZABETH II SETS SAIL 



N F 


S I 
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P 


DATE C PG I 


P RYL 


S 2 


A/l<./P6 A T F 


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H 2 


<./20/n6 A n 


N 




H 2 


'./27/B6 A 19 


N 




H 2 


5/04/96 C 17 


N 




H ? 


5/U/"6 A 12 


N 




H 2 


5/1B/96 A 11 


N 




H 2 


5/23/86 C T 


H 




H 2 


5/2'«/fl6 A I 


H 




S 2 


5/23/H6 C 6 P N 




H 2 


5/25/B6 C 13 


N 




H 2 


5/2n/86 A 4 


F 




H 7 


6/09/06 A 15 


^l 




H 2 


6/15/R6 13 


N 




H 2 


6/22/06 A 17 


N 




H ■> 


6/21/86 C 9 


N 




H 2 


6/30/R6 A 1 P N 




H 2 


6/30/86 A 1 


N 




H 2 


6/30/86 A <- 


M 




S 2 


6/30/86 A I 


N 


533 


S 2 


6/30/86 A I 


N 




S 2 


6/30/86 A 1 


N 




H 2 


7/01/86 A I 


M 




H 2 


7/01/86 A 4 


E 




S 2 


7/01/86 A <. 


F 




S 2 


7/01/86 e 6 


N 




S 2 


7/01/86 B 6 


N 




H 2 


7/02/86 C 6 


n 




S 2 


7/02/86 A 2 


N 




S 2 


7/03/O6 A I 


P N 




H 2 


7/0<./86 A I 


N 




S 2 


7/04/06 A 4 


F 




H 2 


7/06/86 A 14 


N 




H 2 


7/15/86 A 1 


p ^l 




S 2 


7/15/H6 A 1 


n N 




H 2 


7/20/86 A 13 


N 




H 2 


7/27/86 A B 


N 




H 2 


8/03/86 A 1* 


N 




H 2 


8/10/86 C 16 


N 




S 2 


6/13/86 A 16 


N 




H 2 


8/17/86 C 10 


J 




H 2 


8/23/86 C 1 


N 


M97 


H 2 


8/24/86 C 10 


N 




H 2 


9/14/86 C 16 


N 




H 2 


9/15/86 B 1 


N 




S 2 


9/16/86 A 4 


L 




S 2 


9/17/S6 A 4 


c 




H 2 


9/21/86 9 


N 




H 2 


9/25/86 A ' 


N 




S 2 


9/26/86 A I 


N 


"06 


H 2 


9/28/86 A 15 


N 




S 2 


9/30/86 A 4 


E 




S 2 


10/02/86 A 4 


L 




H 2 


10/05/86 C 16 


N 




H 2 


10/12/86 C 16 


N 




S 2 


10/15/86 A 8 


P N 




H 2 


10/19/86 C 14 


N 




H 2 


10/26/86 C 9 


N 




H 2 


1/06/86 A 2 


J 




S 2 


1/17/66 A 6 


N 




S 2 


1/17/86 A 9 


'1 




S 2 


! 1/19/86 C 13 


J 




5 2 


1/20/66 C 9 


P N 




S 2 


1/25/86 t 4 


P J 




H 2 


1/27/86 C 16 


N 




H 2 


2/05/86 A ,' 


J 




H 2 


2/07/86 D 5 


T J 


A20 


H 2 


2/09/86 C 1 


P N 


L40 


S 2 


2/09/86 C 1 


P N 




H ? 


2/10/86 b 4 


N 




S 2 


2/10/86 A 1 


N 


H09 


S 2 


12/10/86 A 4 


F 




H 2 


12/11/86 A I 


P tl 


L40 


H 2 


2/11/66 A 1 


N 


L'.P 


H 2 


12/11/86 A 16 


P F 




S 2 


12/ 1/66 A 1 


P N 


H09 


H 2 


12/ 2/96 A 21 


P N 




H 2 


12/14/86 D 4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


12/16/86 B 3 


N 




S 2 


12/17/66 A 5 


J 




H 2 


12/27/86 C 4 


N 





H 7 


6/19/86 A 


17 


N 




S 2 


7/07/66 A 




J 




H 7 


7/15/86 A 


1 1 






H 7 


10/19/86 C 




P N 




H 1 


10/21/86 rt 




N 


1146 


H ' 


12/17/66 B 




N 




H 1 


I2/30/°6 b 









H 1 
H 2 



7/02/86 t I 
7/06/96 C 8 



H 2 10/12/86 F 1 N 
H 2 11/16/86 F I N 



H 2 4/17/86 A 17 



S 2 1/09/86 U 1 

H 2 5/16/86 D 6 

H 2 5/27/66 A 6 

S 2 6/U5/86 4 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAOe 671 

i/jo/er 



PC- L P =>yL 



.OFFICIAL SAYS 



N.C.i RANKING 

SEE ALSO DUP.HAM, N.C.. RANKINGS 
SEE ALSO N.C.. IMAGE 

N.C. FARMERS FIRST IN TOBACCO, SWEET POTATOES. TURKEYS 

RANKINGS OF ISO 'HUNGER COUNTIES' 

N.C. RANKS 27TH IN PUPIL EXPENDITURES 

N.C. SAT SCORES AMONG LOWEST IN U.S. 

TAR HEEL PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN DESERVE BETTER 

ACCOUNTABILITY NEEDED IN SAT-^ANKING DEBATE 

MOST STATES WOEFULLY WEAK IN CARE OF SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL, GROUP SAYS 

NORTH CAROLINA SHORTCHANGED 

ASHEVILLE <i9TH? THAT'S PAND MCNALLY'S RATING 

N.C. RANKED IST ON DUMP-SITE LIST DUE TO STUDY ERRORS. 

DUKE POWER NUCLFAR PLANTS RAT=D AMONG BFST IN NATION 

<,7 N.C. NURSING HOMES SAID VITLATING STANDARDS 

STATE'S RURAL HEALTH CARE PRO'.RAM CITFD 

ECONOMIC SHIFT COULO SPELL TROUBLE FOR N.C. 

SPEAKERS OPPOSE N.C.'S RANKING FOR RADIOACTIVE DUMP 

RALEIGH MAYOR SAYS CITY WILL CONTINUE FAST GROWTH RATE 

STATE LAGS BEHIND IN WAGES 

N.C. MANUFACTURING CLIMATE UP, SURVEY SAYS 

FIRM PREDICTS NORTH CAROLINA'S LOW WAGES WILL CONTINUE 

REPORT SAYS N.C. ATTRACTIVENESS REASON FUR MANUFACTURING PISE 

NO. 31 N.C. COULD ADVANCE 10 2 tiTH IN TEACHER SALARIES 

N.C. <.9TH AMONG STATES IN SPENDING FOR ITS PARKS 

SURVEY RATES TRIAD NORTH CARaiNA'S BEST BLACK ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 
CHILOPEARING BY UNMARRIEQ WOM= N HITS RECURD LEVEL 

HOW BIG IS IT? AREA'S POPULATION SBTH IN NATION^ 

SAN FRANCISCO BECOMES ".TH LARGEST U.S. CITY 

WOMEN OWN NEARLY ONE-FOURTH OF U.S. BUSINESSES, CENSUS SAYS 

LOW-LIFE FRESNO PRETTY FRIENDLY 

CITIES FAVORABLE TO WORKERS 

CENSUS FIGURES SHOW SUN BELT GAINING POPULATION MOST RAPIDLY 

SOUTHEAST IS THF L E A ST-F AVUR ABLE REGION FOR WORKERS. STUDY SAYS 

study: south poor PLACE FOR wnRKERS 

THREE COUNTIES ADDED TO LIST F qr WASTE SITE 

N.C. INFANT DEATH RATE SETS RfCORO LOW 

STATE STUDIES WAYS TO GET MISDEMEANANTS OUT OF PRISON 

SAT SCOPES SHOW NO GAIN THIS YEAR 

MANY SOUTHERN 11 TH GRADERS NOT READY FOR COLLEGE READING 

WILMINGTON 4TH IN U.S. IN FAST-FOOD CONSUMPTION 

N.C. <>3PD IN WORK CLIMATE STUDY 

N.C. BOASTS LONGEST STRAIGHT RAIL STRETCH 

MORE WORK NEEDED ON READING, WRITING 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE LOWER IN N.C. THAN MOST STATES 

N.C. HAS MOST ACTIVE RACIST GROUPS 

LIFE SPANS ARE INCREASING IN CAROLINAS 

N.C. DROWNING RATE ABOVE NATIONAL AVERAGE 

STATES THAT STILL REGULATE SEX 

WOMEN'S GROUP EYES STATE CAfllNETS 

PUBLIC NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT BAD INTERSECTIONS 

PRIVATE STUDY PREDICTS FEWER VOTERS AT POLLS 

HIGHER EDUCATION FUNDS RANK N.C. RTH IN NATION 

GOVERNOR GETS HIGH MARKS FOR HIRING WOMEN 

N.C. SENATE RACE COSTLY 

HOSPITAL ROOM COSTS IN N.C. SE CONO-LOWfc ST IN NATION, STUDY FINOS 

DUKE PROF: MORE, BIGGER NURSING HOMES NOT ANSWER TO STATE'S SHORTAGE 

ALASKA LEADS NATION IN SPENDING FOR EDUCATION 

INCORPORATIONS IN N.C. TOP NATIONAL RATE 

STUDY: SOUTH UNFAVORABLE FOR WORKERS' PAY 

N.C. NEEDS RENEWED COMMITMENT TO SCHOOLS 

SLOW PRISONER GROWTH GOOD NEWS FOR STATE 

DOCTORS FAVTR N.C. 

N.C. 2N0 IN SUBSTANDARD HOUSING 

TEXTILE WORKERS SHOW INCREASE 

DIFFERENCES FOUND IN N.C. TEACHER PAY RANKINGS 

N.C. SHOWS BIGGEST DECLINE IN PERCENT OF MALE SMOKERS 

TAR HEELS TO SAY GOODBYE TO B= LOW-AVERAGE ELECTRIC BILLS 

POPULATIONS STABLE IN '66 

N.C. THRIVES AS INTERSTATE BANKING CONCENTRATES POWER 



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N.C. REVENUES 

SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C, BOND RATING 

SFE ALSO N.C, PUDGET 

SEE ALSO N.C, EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO N.C OEPT. of REVENUE 

SEE ALSO REVENUE-SHARING FUNDS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

STATE TAX DECLINE SPARKING CONCERN 

TREND OF STATE REVENUE COLLECTIONS DISPUTED 

TAX PLAN COULD COST tlo MILLION 

LOWER INTEREST RATES CALLED A PLUS FOP N.C. 

N.C TREASURER: FALLING INTEREST RATES TO BENEFIT STATE, FEDERAL GOV. 
' LEGAL OPINION SOUGHT ON SPENDING thl MILLION 

STATE COLLECTIONS UP 

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOOKING BEYOND PROPERTY TAX FOR RFVFNUE 

ECONOMIC REALITIES WILL BE SHAPING POLICY FOR MARTIN 

VALUE OF STATE'S MANUFACTURING EXPORTS DECLINES 

MARTIN LISTS BUDGET PLANS 

CITY, COUNTY TAX COLLECTIONS LISTED 

GGVERNOP DISMISSES CRITICISM DF BUDGET AS 'FUN AND GAMES' 

N.C. GENERAL FUND COLLECTIONS ARE UP 

N.C PANEL OKS l/2e SALES TAX HIKE 

GAS TAX COMPROMISE ON WAY TO SENATE VOTE 

STATE TO GET tI7.3 MILLION FR3M OIL OVERCHARGES 

STATE EXPECTS LITTLE IMPACT FROM TAX OVERHAUL 

N.C. GENERAL FUND COLLECTIONS UP 

STATE WILL GET TAX BILL WINDFALL 

N.C. TAX COLLECTIONS RISE SLUWLY 

N.C, 5HFLL 

SEE ALSO N.C, EMBLEMS 
SEE ALSO SCOTCH BONNET 
SEE ALSO SHELLS 

HOW THE SCOTCH BONNET WON OFFICIAL STATUS 

N.C, STATE AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE HELICOPTERS 

LAWSUIT AGAINST JIM HUNT SHOULD HAVE BEEN DISMISSED, COURT RULES 
NFW AIRPLANES BEING SOUGHT FOR HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER 

N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 
SEE ALSO N.C CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO N.C. CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION 

MASTER PLAN TENTATIVELY APPROVED FOR STATE GOVERNMENT COMPLEX 

LEGISLATORS ENDORSE BUILDING COMMISSION 

PANEL SOUGHT TO OVERSEE STATE BUILDING 

STATE BUILDINGS PLANNED, BUT BEAUTY QUESTIONED 



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SEE ALSO N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. 



N.C. STATE CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO "OILOl'.'G CONSTRUCTION, CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 

OPERATOR LOSES STATE CONTRACT ON LICENSE TAGS 

N.C. STATE EHPLOtEES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE. COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE FMPLOYEES. SALARIES 

SEE ALSO N.C GENERAL ASSfMBLY, E'<PLOYEES 

'- ' STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION 

STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION 
STATE PERSONNEL ACT 
STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION 
STATE PERSONNEL PRIVACY ACT 
SEE ALSO PRISON?, N.C, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO STATE EMPLOYEES OF N.C. INC 

LEGISLATURE OCCUPYING BUREAUCRAT 

LONG PERSUADED TO DELAY NEGOTIATIONS ON HMOS 

STATE EMPLOYEE ADVOCACY SYSTEM PROPOSED 

MARTIN SUPPORTS PLAN TO PRQTEIT CAREE" STATE EMPLOYEES 

GOVER'.'OR RIGHT TQ SEEK EMPLOYEES" PROTECTION 

3<i MARTIN MORKERS ON STATE PAYROLL 

DISCREPANCIES FOUND IN STATE JURKERS" FILES 

SUPREME COURT TO hear EXTENSITN SERVICE CASE 

1,060 STATE JOBS TO BE ELIMINATED 

FORMER HOSPITAL DIRECTOR SAYS FIRING WAS POLITICAL 

EX-ATTORNEY GENERAL AIDE GETS HEARING ON DISMISSAL FROM JOB 

KIDS ID CARDS PROGRAM FAILS AT STATE DMV 

SUPREME COURT RULES N.C. farm AGENCY may DISCRIMINATE ILLEGALLY 

SUPOE''E COURT RULES EXTENSION SERVICE ...< lOL ATI NG 1964 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 

FEDERAL JUDGE CLEARS HAY FOP M.C PESTICIDE TRIAL 

MARTIN PARTIALLY LIFTS MIRING FREEZE 

STATE EMPLOYEES' PANEL PROPOSES SMOKING LIMITS 

STATE E-PLJYEES FACE SMOKING ISSUE 

MARTIN SAYS STATE E"PLOYEES BENEFIT FRO" STRONG ECONOMY 

STATE EMPLOYEES HEAR LT. GOV. CRITICIZE MARTIN 

STATE WORKERS STAMP OUT ANTI-'MOKING PLAN 

AIR UUALITY STAFF WILL "E RED>JCED 

Z CHAPEL HILL EMPLOYEES TO R E: £ I VE STATE AWARDS 

SUGGESTION WINS E-PLOYEE t5,0?0 

INSURANCE CHANGES TO GIVE STATE WORKERS FATTER CHECKS 

CHANGES IN STATF EMPLOYEE CHA'ITY PLAN CRITICIZED 

SOME TO GET WEEK OFF AT CHRISTMAS 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, EXPENSE ACCOUNTS 

SEE N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES. TRAVEL EXPENSES 

N.C, STATE FMPLOYEES, FRINGE SENEFITS 
SEE ALSO FRINGE BENEFITS 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES. RETIREMENT PLANS 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

BENEFITS URGED FUR PART-TIME N.C. EDUCATORS 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, HIRING FREEZE 
SEE ALSO N.C, 'iUOGET 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, LAYOFFS 
GOVERNOR ORDERS HIRING SLOWDOWN 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, FRINGE BENEFITS 
LONG PERSUADED TO DELAY NEGOTIATIONS ON HMDS 
LONG DELAYS NEGOTIATIONS ON H3MS 
STATE WORKERS CAN GET H-OS 

BLUE CROSS PLAN MADE AVAILABLE TO STATE WORKERS 
STATE EMPLOYEES. IT'S A MATTE' OF TIMING. IAD) 
HEALTH INSURERS VYING TO SIGN STATE WORKERS 
STATE WORKERS TO PICK HEALTH "LAN BY MAY 23 
STATE EMPLOYEES' INSURANCE POLICY CHANGES ADVANCE 
HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN UNCERTAIN 

FUTURE OF STATE HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN UNSURE 
INSURANCE CHANGES TO GIVE STATE WORKERS FATTER CHECKS 

REPORTS SAY BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD GETTING STATS CONTRACT FOR INSURANCE 
STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH PLAN BACK IN BLUE CROSS" MANOS 
WAY SEEN TO SAVE ON INMATES' MEDICAL FEES 
DISPLEASURE, NOT BIDDING, COST EDS STATE'S HEALTH PLAN 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES, HIRING FREEZE 
EXTENSION SERVICE MAY LOSE 103 AGENTS 

N.C, STATF EMPLOYEES, MERIT PAY 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C, MERIT plan 

STATE'S MERIT PAY SYSTEM MAY » E IN POLITICAL TROUBLE 

N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES, OFFICE SPAC = 

SEE N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. LEGISLATIVE 



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iUILDING 



N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, PENSION FUND 
SEE ALSO PENSION PLANS 

HUNT URGES CHANGE IN PENSION INVESTMENT 

PENSION FUNDS BETTER INVESTED IN BLUE CHIPS 

TAX BREAK SOUGHT FOR ALL PENSIONERS 

LEGISLATOR SAYS BOARD TORPEDOED INVESTING OF STATE PENSION FUNDS. 

PENSION FUND TRUSTEES MADE RIGHT nfCISION 

STATE EMPLOYEES SCARED OF VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTING 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, POLITICAL ACTIVITIES 

STATE EMPLOYEES FORMING POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE 

N.C. STATE FMPLOYEES, RETIREMENT PLANS 

SEE ALSO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S BENEFIT AND RETIREMENT FUND 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, FRINoE BENEFITS 
SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C. RETIREMENT PLANS 
STATE EYES SOURCES FOR VENTURE CAPITAL 

N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, SALARIES 

SFE ALSO DIRECT DEPOSIT PAY SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES, FRINGE BENEFITS 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE EMPLOYEES, MERIT PAY 

SEE ALSO TEACHERS. N.C, SALARIfs 

STATE EMPLOYEES &PUUP TO SEEK tz,000 RAISE 

COUNTY FOARD REVIEWS STATE-MANDATED POLICIES 

MARTIN WILL RECOMMEND 3.ZX PAY RAISE 

MARTIN TO PROPOSE 3.Z» PAY INCREASE FOR STATE WORKERS 

GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED PAY RAISE IS TOO LOW 

PAY HIKE PROPOSAL CRITICIZED 

CIVIL SERVANTS IGNORED 

MARTIN LISTS BUDGET PLANS 

TOP ADMINISTRATORS SHOULD SACRIFICE TOO 

COUNCIL OF STATE BACKS 20 PERCENT RAISES 



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LEGISLATIVE SECRET OF HAPP INES S— SPEND I NO 

!;iS!5'-JT955 TO seek higher pav increases fur state employees 

MERIT FACTOR EXCLUUED IN GOVERNOK'S PAY PLAS cnrmTCC:) 

PANEL OKS 3") BILLS FOR SHORT SESSION 

SOME HOPE 'SHORT' SESSION WON'T BE 4 FULL-COURSE LEGISLATIVE MEAL 

S5S"HS; = LiJJs'^?SK?^?^^'EoLE'?l?hSr^ '''"""'" °N^'™«TlirsS.Eftk issue 

ROAD FUNDS. TFACHER PAY NEED TOP PRIORITY 

MOST POWERFUL DOESN'T MEAN BEST PAID 

TEACHERS MAY GET BIGGER RAISE THAN OTHER STATF WORKERS 

STATE EMPLOYEES WORRY ABOUT PAY wy^KEKi 

EtX^^.^'JE^BACKEO FOR GOVERNOR, CABINET, COUNCIL 

MARTIN LOSES TRANSFER BATTLE OVER T EACHFR-P AY I SSUE 

OUTRAGEOUS PAY HIKE 

,*ji5J;?."'t'-'S*' SPENDING BILL HITS MAJOR ROADBLOCK 

WATKINS REOUEST HOLDS UP BUDGET 

LEGISLATURE ENACTS BUDGET SUPPLEMENT 

SENATE ENACTS STATE BUDGET SUPPLEMENT 

ELIMINATING JOB WOULD HAVE SAVED EVEN MORE 

^JJ^E,'?°t)PERS' PAY RAISES CRITICIZED 

UNC OFFICIALS GET UNUSUAL RAISES 

FORMER LEGISLATOR HAY GET PAY RAI^E 

JJ""*^; SJ';6 EMPLOYEES SHOULD RECEIVE PAY RAISF 

ZX SEEN AS TOP RAISE FOR N.C. EMPLOYEES 

N.C., STATE EMPLOYEES, STATE AUTOS 

SEE N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES, TRAVEL EXPENSES 

N.C STATE EMPLOYEES, TRAVEL EXPENSES 
SEE ALSO EXPENSE ACCOUNTS 

STATE MAY PAY 'HILLS' FDR FREE ROOMS 
STATE TRAVEL POLICIES TO BE RE-EXAMINEO 
TRAVEL EXPENSE ABUSE UNWORTHY OF EDUCATORS 
STATE AUDITOR TO BROADEN MOTEL BILLS PROBF 

N.C, STATE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

fcJIf.".?!;;?!^ If!'I*^''"='-'' APPROVED FOR STATE GOVERNMENT COMPLEX 

LEGISLATORS ENDORSE BUILDING COMMISSION 

STATE BUILDINGS PLANNED, BUT BEAUTY QUESTIONED 

N.C, STATE HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE AIRPLANES 

STATE ASSIGNS HELICOPTER FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT 

N.C, STATE OFFICE BUILDING 

SEE N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

N.C, Tax rate 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 

OVERHAUL MIGHT DRIVE UP STATE TAXES 
INSURANCE COMPANIES CRITICIZE BILL 

N.C, TOWNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO CITIES. N.C 

SEE ALSO COUNTIES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO INCORPORATION (MUNICIPALI 

SEE ALSO N.C, NAMES OF TOWNS 

SEE ALSO SMALL TOWNS 

N.C MAN DOCUMENTS SMALL CAROLINA TOWNS 

N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. 

ACT STATE TO HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE 
AC T PLANS TO NAME BUILDING FOR HCNAIR 
JACKSON TERMS BUDGET-CUTTING LEGISLATION UNFAIR 
MCNAIRS BATTLE LOSS OF ASTRONAUT RON "NI-AIK 

N.C ACT STATE UNIV., ADMISSIONS 

,WES'£«PIELO IS NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN 

UNC BOARD SETS LIMIT ON QUT-0': - STA TE STUDENTS 

N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. 



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HELPING OTHERS REALIZE THEIR DREAMS WAS MISSrnN nF AFT roftnii 
MATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATES PRAISE aItRONAiJt "oR H?S DEOIcItION 

N.C. ACT STATE UNIV., ENROLLMENT 

jJESTERFIELD IS NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN 

NEW POLICY ON ENROLLMENT TO HAVE EFFECT AT ACT STATE 

N.C. ACT STATE UNIV., GRANTS 

ACT RECEIVES GRANT FUR MCNAIR ENDOWED CHAIR 

"''-t.zr'-l ST'I^."'^'^-' SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

SEE N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

N.C ACT STATE UNIV., STUDENTS 

ASSAULT IS CHARGED IN HAZING INCIDENT 

2 DURHAM STUDENTS WIN RJR NABISCO SCHOLARSHIPS 

N.C ACT STATE UNIV. SPOlIS 

ACT IMPROVES TO 6-0 

UNC SYSTEM'S POLICIES FOR ADMITTING ATHLETES EXAMINED IN REPORTS 

N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

•SicK"^"TR5!J^Ef ^^Jf'^^T-" °'" '^"^'^ 

KANSAS 71, N.C ACT 46 

FANFARE: A C TOPS 

2Sof';'?i"J''.5;" CHAMPS NOT L00< IMG PAST ACT 

HOOSIERS ESCAPE, FACE ECU TONIGHT 

HORFORD'S OEBUT OFFSET BY DARTMOUTH 

N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

HOOKER'S PASS LIFTS ACT 
ACT IMPROVES TO 6-0 

"ids °AfX'^§l I'ir.Wr """-" '"=''' '^"'^ ■»" 

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SFE 4L30 F»H[LT MEOICINE 

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LIFESTYLE DETERMINES USE OF PAP TEST 

PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBING EXERCISES 

3UITTING SMOKING IS DIFFICULT, BUT CAN BE DONE 

CHANGES IN >1QLES SHOULD BE CHSCKEO 

FAMILY DOCTORS DROP OBSTETRICS DUE TJ RATES 

STINGRAY NON-AGGRESSIVE BUT DANGEROUS SEA ANIMAL 

FAMILY DOCTORS CONSIDER SUIT "HfER PREMIUMS 

OOCTOaS' GROUP SEEKS INSURANCE CHANGE 

N.C. ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS. N.C. 

INSURANCt INDUSTRY AT FAULT IN RISING COSTS — LAWY 

INVESTHFNT CHANGES SPUR INSURANCE CRISIS 

DURHAM LAWYER HEADS ACADEMY 

MAXWELL NEW PRESIDENT OF TRIAL LAWYERS GROUP 

TRIAL LAWYERS GROUP ENDORSES E xum 

N.C. AD VALOREM TAX DIVISION 
SEE ALSO TAXES. N.C. 

MAVRETir ISN'T GIVING UP ON ENDING PROPERTY TAX 

N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE :OURTS 
SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 

CHILD SUPPORT LAW CALLED INCREDIBLE SUCCESS 

REPORT PROPOSFS CRIMINAL JUSTICE REORGANIZATION 



N.C. 



AOULT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 
DUKE EMPLOYEE WINS AWARD 



N.C. 



AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION ml CONSERVATION SERVICE 
3.700 N.C. FARMERS SEEK FEED HELP 



N.C. AGRICULTURE QEP». 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 

N.C. AIR QUALITY COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO AIR QUALITY 

AIR (JUALITY STAFF WILL "iE REOJCED 

N.C. ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY 
SEE ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTPOL BO»RO 

SEE ALSO ABC STORFS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSf^ DURHAM COUNTY ABC 

ARE BOOZE POSTERS INCREASING ABUSE? 

BAR OWNERS" "HAPPY DAYS" PROMT TE INSURANCE SADNESS 
GREENSBORO ABC STORES PLANNING DISCOUNT SALES 
TINY BOTTLES OF BOOZE PACK BIS SALES APPEAL 

N.C. ALCOHOLIS" RESEARCH AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM. BUNCOMBE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

UNC POOFS GET GRANTS FOR ALCOHOL RESEARCH 

N.C. ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 
SFE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

•REVOLVING DOOR" MENIAL CARE: aUEST FOR ANSWERS 
CRITICS SAY DISASTER WAITS AT STATE MENTAL HOSPITALS 
OUESTIONS ARISE OVER SAFETY AT MENTAL HOSPITALS 
MORE SERVICES NEEDED FOR MENTALLY ILL 

N.C. AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

FANFARE: N.C. AMATEUR OPENS 

SIMSON BUILDS LEAD IN NC AMATEUR 

STATE'S LANKFORD WINS N.C. AMATEUR IN PLAYOFF 

N.C. AMATEUR SPORTS 

SEE ALSO STATE GAMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 

PROGRAM WILL FNLIST ATHLETES TO FIGHT CRIME. DRUG APUSE 
N.C. ATHLETES CAN HELP FIGHT CRIME AND DRUGS 
OLYMPIC FESTIVAL MAY NET t9 MILLION FOR N.C. 
SPORTS FESTIVAL TO BE EXPENSIVE. LUCRATIVE 



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SEE ALSO N.C. BUDGET 

N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET PANEL FACES LOSS OF POWER 

ABC RULING GRANTS MORE POWER TO TOP STATE OFFICIALS 

RAMSEY SAYS BILL WOULD KILL BUDGET COMMISSION 

COURT WON'T RULF ON STATE BUDGET "ANEL 

STATE SUPREME COURT DECIDES TO STAY OUT OF ARGUMENT OVER BUDGET PANEL 

SENATOR IS REQUESTING STUDY 0= STATE ELECTION PROCEDURES 

BUDGET PANEL TOUR BEGINS IN BJTNER 

RENOVATIONS GREATEST tiEED. BUDGET PANEL TOLD DURING 8UTNER TOUR 

FUTURE ROLE OF N.C. BUDGET GROUP UNCLEAR 

N.C. AGENCY FOR PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

SEE AGENCY FOR PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIV. 
SEE N.C. AtT STATE UNIV. 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 

SEE ALSO AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SECRETARIES 

SEE ALSO AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION OFFICE 

SEE ALSO A-H CLUBS 

SEE ALSO GARDENING. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. FARM BUREAU 

FARMERS GET TELEPHONE COUNSELING 

10.000 N.C. FARMERS MAY CALL IT JUITS THIS SEASON 

EXTENSION SAYS CUTS HALTING TASK FORCE ON MIGRANT LABOR 

UNC BOAPD SETS LIMIT ON OUT-0=.-ST ATE STUDENTS 

REP. CgPEY SAYS HE WILL SEEK SUPPORT FOR EXTENSION SERVICE 

EXTENSION SERVICE MAY LOSE 100 AGENTS 

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SUPREME COURT RULES N.C. farm AGENCY may DISCRIMINATE ILLEGALLY 

SUPREME COURT RULES EXTENSION SERVICE ... VIOLA TING 196A CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 

•DOWNRIGHT UGLY" BARNS UNDER ATTACK 

RUSTIC SHACKS PART OF SOUTH' S HERITAGE 

MANY PEOPLE ARE CANDIDATES FO^ BURNOUT 

LEADERS NEED TO DELEGATE SOME DUTIES 

4-H TEENS TRAINING TO BE VOLUNTEERS 

OURHA" WOMAN IS ADVISER TO NC <.-H 

GRANVILLE STUDYING POLICIES TO PROTECT CREEOHOOR'S LAKE 

CHESNEY TO BE NEW DURHAM EXTEMSION CHIEF 

N.C. AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO FARM CREDITS 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULFJRE 
FARM BOND AUTHORITY BILL OK'D 
LEGISLATURE PUTS STATE IN Farm-loan BUSINESS 



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SUBJECTS 



PAHF 67 5 
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OLVMPIC PLANS TAKE SHAPE 

TORCH RUN SIGNALS GAMES' OPENING 

COMPETITION JUST 1 ASPECT OF STATF GAMES 

HEAT HASN'T MELTED SPIRITS AT THE FESTIVAL 

FESTIVAL OFFICIALS PLAN TO EXPAND D'AW 

SPONSORS' LIST GROWS FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL OFFICIALS PREDICT SUCCESS 

U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL'S MASCOTS 3EARS UNVEILEO 

P.M. DIGEST 

FANFARE: N.C. BIDS AGAIN 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL TO SHINE LIGHT ON DURHAM 

PREPARING FOR A GRAND FESTIVAL 

FESTIVAL SITES BEING CHECKED 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL OFFICIALS TOUR SITES 

'B7 FESTIVAL GETS SIOO.OOCI FRTM MOBIL OIL 

R^Kf 19 "9ST TRACK EVENTS FOR U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

WADE STADIUM MAY HE FESTIVAL CLOSING SITE 

DURHAM EVENTS TO OPEN. END OLYMPIC FEST 

N.C. ART SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ARTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 

ROOF REPAIRS WAY DRAW MORE MUSEUM VISITORS 

f)'^* fSI ^S'^JS^^ ^'I ^^"* O^E' MEMBERSHIP DUTIES TO MUSEUM 

N.C. ART lOARD ADOPTS PLAN; TREASURER QUITS 

il'.j^.^2'^if'„5'^f S MUSEUM CONT'>OL OF MEMBERSHIP 

MUSEUM OF ART BOARD TO TACKLE BASIC TASKS 

CLUB WILL MAKE RESERVOIR BRIGHT WITH CANDLELIGHT 

N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO ARTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO ARTS AOVaCATES 

N.C. AUTHOR LOOKS AT 'STATE OF THE ARTS' 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRAVT5 

ARTS IN DURHAM GET «6T,3i7 

DURHAM ATTORNEY ON ARTS COUNCIL 

DURHAM ATTORNEY ON ARTS COUNCIL 

DURHAM RECEIVES N.C. ARTS COU»ICIL GRANTS 

!S}J'i'^tlI§?^9''55 '■"' FESTIVAL'S RESOURCES 

ARTS' EFFECTS ON N.C. ECONOMY CITED 

N.C. ART MUSEUM WANTS TOUR GUIDES 

ARTS ADD TO HEALTHY ECONOMY IN N.C. 

TRIANGLE WRITERS GET GRANTS 

AREA ARTS GROUPS GET GRASSROOTS FUNDING 

TAR HEELS' TREASURED QUILTS 

KWANZAA BRINGS HERITAGE HOME 

ARTS COUNCIL PROGRAM AIMED AT HELPING THEATERS IN N.C. 

N.C. ARTS FESTIVALS 

SEE ALSO ARTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALSi N.C. 

N.C. ARTS FESTIVAL PLANNED FOR U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

N.C. ASA JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPICS 
SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 

STRETCH AND STRAIN... 

SOFTBALL ACTION IS HOT FOR TH=SF GIRLS 

N.C. ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO ASSOCIATED PRESS 
SEE ALSO N.C. PRESS ASSOCIATION 
SUN EDITOR HEADS AP NEWS COUNCIL 
VAUGH4N GETS PRESS AWARD 

N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR HOME CARE 
SEE ALSO HOME HEALTH CARE 

FIVE NAMED TO IN-HOME AID PANEL 

N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 

III A'ts'g 2E"5V;i:L5"^E'flRSlD"'^""°'' ""' ''E"''°fO CITUFNS 

"W^?5sSl!?^'^ &2^;!';5F'?S?^riJS'i'«S?foS^'"''^° "''""' 

LOCAL RESIDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF AFTERNOON NEWSPAPERS 

^^iw5t^9,Ii'"^''*''E''S. N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR NEWSPAPERS) 
EXPECTED MAIL YDU NEVER GOT? O'CONNOR MIGHT HAVE IT "twii-aptRS l 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS. LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS. N.C. 

BLACK LAWYERS BACK GOALS 

BLACK LAWYERS WANT JUDICIAL ELECTIONS HELD 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS 

TEEN-AGERS LEARN BROADCASTING 
ROXBORO BROADCASTER ELECTED TT POST 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE 
SEE ALSO POLICE. N.C. 

POLICE CHIEFS ASKED TO BACK BILL 

N.C. ASSOCI 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 

AREA C 

LEGISL 

OPEN M 

GRANVI 

COUNTY 

LANDFI 

ASSOCI 

SMALLE 

NCAE I 

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OUTLAW 

ASSOCI 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF DEFENSE ATTORNEYS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 
HOOF IS NAMED TO BOARD 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS 

III :tlS ?^SCA?IS^^'°"'"°'' °' "UCATORS 

III ;tl3 'pS'l/.J^PA'tsJ^Jl?^ COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION 

III JttS ?^S|S^^n''S^??' ''•^• 

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EDUCATORS SUPPORT ORANGE CANDIDATE 
EDUCATORS SUPPORTING VERLA INSKO 



ATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. V.C. 

DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
OUNTIES EYE LANDFILL INSURANCE PROGRAM 

t^Vi^G^'riii r.iii ?uiEfif!'RY^?^Ri^ss?''jrH^p^" ^" '^"^^^ 

'-rnMSf9J9L^elI*^£S5 ON 'lUMBER QF RESOLUTIONS 

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LL RULcS CALLED UNREALISTIC 

ATION'S NEW LEADER URGES UNITY 

R COUNTIES RAP LOCAL PAY SUPPLEMENTS 

S PLANNING TO FIGHT PROPOSED SUPPLEMENT BAN 

G SUPPLEMENTS WOULD DAMAGE SCHOOLS 

ING SUPPLEMENTS WON'T H^LP 

ATION CONSIDERS 'WARRANTLESS' ARRESTS 



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7/03/86 


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7/15/86 


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7/17/86 


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H 2 7/13/86 B I P II C3f 



S 2 9/22/86 C 1 P -I 
S 1 9/22/36 A 3 N 



H 1 10/03/86 B 1 N 



H 2 9/14/86 D 
S 2 10/03/86 B 



S 2 4/18/86 A 13 



S 2 2/26/86 A 5 
S 2 10/22/86 C 15 



S 2 6/25/86 B I P F S27 
H I 10/14/86 C 3 '1 



H 2 2/06/86 B 



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H 2 

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H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

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2/27/66 
6/23/86 
8/07/B6 
8/14/86 
8/17/86 
8/17/86 
8/19/86 
8/20/86 
8/24/86 
9/03/86 
11/27/36 



S 2 5/13/86 C 



H 2 2/08/86 A 8 N 

H 2 3/04/86 A 10 N 

S 2 3/04/86 B 6 N 

H 3 3/05/86 B 5 N 



MONTHLY/AN 



NU4L INDEX 

l/01/a() - U/31/16 



SUBJECTS 



'A"E 676 



DURHiM CaNDIDSTES SUPI'ORT'^O 
CANOIDATE SAYS II I"; TIME TC ^ 
SOME EOUCATIQN GROUPS SUPPORT 
NCAE LEAOER SAYS TEAC"EPS MOPI 
NCaE OPPOSES GOVEBNTR'S PLAN 1 
GPGUPS PACK HS. THOMPSOM 
NCAE CHOOSES PRESIDENT AND PR= 
STATE'S MERIT PAY SYSTEM MAY => 
SHORTAGE CF TEACHERS SAID REEL 
TEACHERS' GPOUP SAYS GOV. MART 
GOV. "ARTIN SAYS SCHOOLS TO BE 
NCAE HANTS TO SET RULES FOR T= 
NCAE IS PLANNING TO FIGHT PPQP 
GOVERNORS' PROPOSALS ON EOUC AT 
MARTIN COOL ON SCHOOL PROPOSAL 
BENNETT'S PROPOSAL ORAWS L I T TL 
EDUCATORS BACK PRICE IN RACE f 
TEACHERS IREO OVER UNPAID TRAI 
N.C. MAY HAVE TO PAY $10 MILLI 
EXOM GETS ENDORSEMENT OF NCAE 
TWO GROUPS ENDORSE MILLER OVE^ 
TOP BLACK NCAE OFFICIAL. CHAVI 
N.C. EDUCATORS' GROUP TO ADVOC 
BUNCOMBE TEACHERS RAP CAREER P 
DURHAM SCHOOLS' NSHSLETTER GET 
MARTIN. JORDAN STILL OPPOSE ST 
EDUCATORS QUESTION PAY PLAN 
VOTE ON N.C. LOTTERY SHOULD BE 
GET-RICH-OUICK HOAX 
TEACHER-PAY PLAN HAS 3 AOVANTA 



ND 'MADNESS' OF REJCAN BUDGET CUTS 
AOOITIjVAL TRAINING FOR TEACHERS 
NG FOR 10 PERCENT RAISE 
■ GENFRAL FUND 

SIDENT-ELECT 

c IN POLITICAL TROUBLE 

ECTEO IN EXAM 

IN 'NEEDS IMPROVEMENT' ON EDUCATION 

TOP PRIORITY FOR 1<»87 
ACHERS 

OSEO SUPPLEMENT BAN 
ION BACKED 
S 

E SUPPORT FROM EDUCATORS 
OR HOUSE 
HING TIME 
ON FOR EDUCATOR TRAINING 

MRS. NEAL FOR HOUSE 
S EULOGIZED AS PIONEER 
ATE STATE LOTTERY 
LAN 

S EDUCATORS' AWARD 
ATE LOTTERY 

CONSIDERED 

GE3 



N.C. ASSOCIATION OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND MORTICIANS 

SEE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND MORTI:mn ASSOCIATION OF N.C. 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRIVATE COLLEGES 

PRIVATE COLLEGES CITE mOHTH TO N.C. ECONOMY 
PRIVATE COLLEGES TO SEEK TUITION SUPPORT INCREASE 
GROUP SEEKS MORE AID FOR IN-STATE STUDENTS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO PLACK-OhnED BUSINESSfs 
SEE ALSO MINQRITr CONTRACTORS 

BROYhILL in area courting MINORITY BUSINESS LEADERS 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY OFFICIALS 
SEE ALSO MINORITIES (GENERAL HEADING) 
REV. JACKSON STRESSES ECONOMIC JUSTICE 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOARD OF REALTO'S 

SEE ALSO N.C. REAL ESTATE LICENSING BOARD 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE FIRM^ 

CHAPEL HILL REAL ESTATE AGENT IS NAMED N.C. BROKER OF YEAR 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL AOMI NI S'' R« TORS 
HAMMONDS HILL HEAD ADMINISTRATORS 
HAMMONDS ELECTED HEAD OF STATF GROUP 
HAMMONDS' ELECTION PRESENTS CHALLENGES 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF TENNIS PROFESSIONALS TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 

FANFARE: ATP STOP IN C AR Y 

N.C. ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ATTORNEYS 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN. CAREERS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, LAWYERS 

GROUP ENDORSES MS. JOHNSON 

N.C. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE 

ATTORNEY GENERAL ASKS FOR RULING ON AUTHORITY 

GOVERNMENT 'BALANCES' BUSINESSES. CONSUMERS. ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS 

PUZZLE OVER TREYBURN SOLVED 

THORNIURG TO FIGHT RATE HIKE 

CHURCH GROUP SEEKS ATTORNEY GENERAL PROBE IN WOMAN'S ARSON CASE 

LETTER TO 'MR. JUSTICE' LEADS TO STATE LAWSUIT 

SIX ATTORNEYS GENERAL RAP INSURANCE INDUSTRY 

DUKE POWER PRAISED AT HEARING ON RATE REQUEST 

DUKE POWER LOWERS PROPOSED RATE HUE AS REVIEW BEGINS 

SPEAKERS PRAISE. CHIDE DUKE POWER 

N.C. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIAIIO'I 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, DEALERS 
SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

TAR HEEL CREDIT INSURANCE RAN<ING GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

N.C. AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION AODPTS CODE QF ETHICS 

N.C. Car dealers adopt ethics Codf 

AUTO DEALERS mqvE TO IMPROVE ETHICS 

N.C. AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY REINSURANCE FACILITY 
SEE AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE N.C. REINSURANCE FACILITY 



.C. AWARD 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 

GOVERNOR PRESENTS N. 



C. AWARD TO FIVE PEOPLE 



BAC" FESTIVAL 

N.C. BACH FESTIVAL OPENS IN RALEIGH WITH ORGAN CLASS 

BACH FESTIVAL BEGINS 

BACH FESTIVAL EVENTS CONTINUE 



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A 


17 


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<./01/B6 


A 


11 


N 


2 


<./l'5/E6 


A 


12 P 


N 


2 


'./2n/B6 


c 


16 


N 


2 


4/2e/R6 


c 


1 


N 


2 


5/07/(16 


B 


2 


N 


2 


5/29/96 


A 


11 


J 


2 


6/aS/86 


A 


17 


N 


2 


7/l<)/B6 


A 


8 


N 


2 


7/25/96 


A 


3 


N 


2 


7/30/96 


A 


l*- 


J 


2 


3/20/96 


B 


2 


N 


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8/25/96 


B 


u 


N 


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8/25/96 


A 


1 


N 


2 


■S/0<./86 


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7 


N 


3 


9/06/86 


c 


1 


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9/11/86 


A 


11 


N 


2 


10/07/96 


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10/J8/B6 


A 


12 


N 


2 


11/03/96 


B 


6 


N 


2 


U/05/96 


C 


a 


N 


2 


11/26/96 


A 


14 


H 


2 


U/26/96 


A 


3 


N 


2 


11/27/86 


B 


9 


N 


2 


11/27/86 


C 


13 


N 


2 


12/03/°6 


A 


15 


N 


2 


I2/J7/96 


D 


A 




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12/11/96 


A 


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12/22/86 


c 


10 


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H 2 U/21/96 C 11 
S 2 U/27/86 E 9 



H 2 9/30/86 C 



H 2 <,/13/86 A 1? 



H 2 10/19/86 F 1 I- N 



S 2 4/25/86 A I P N 
H 2 4/26/95 C 2 N 
S 2 './28/P6 A A E 



H 2 9/13/96 <• 



H 2 11/01/96 B 



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1/09/96 


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1/31/96 


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N 


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6/21/96 


(, 




N 


S87 


7 


7/05/96 


h 




N 




7 


7/23/86 


A 


1 7 


N 




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9/04/96 


H 




N 


A 54 


<■ 


9/04/95 


(1 




N 


046 


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9/04/85 


L 




N 


W82 



H 2 3/13/96 All N 

H 2 11/21/86 A 17 N 

S 2 11/24/06 B 6 N 

S 7 I2/05/O6 A 9 J 



H 2 11/27/86 » 9 P N 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



4/15/96 C 5 
4/17/86 D 4 
4/25/96 B 14 



N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

SFE ALSO BAPTISTS 

SEE ALSO GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVE'ITION 

POLITICAL LUNCHEON PROPOSAL RAPPED AS "UNHOLY ALLIANCE- 
BAPTIST GROUP DELAYS ACTION 0"J WAKt FORFST PROPOSAL 

WAKE FOREST UNIV., BAPTIST CONVENTION WORKING TO RESOLVE TRUSTEf OISPUTF 

BAPTIST OFFICIAL SEES LITTLE INCENTIVE FOP CHURCHES TO PURGE TH^IP ROLLS 

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY, BAPTIST CONVENTION FACE 'DIVORCE' 

WFU, BAPTIST CONVENTION PROPOSAL WOULD SEVER TI=S 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL ASKED TO DEFINE ABORTION POLICY 

BOARD OKS WAKF FOREST AGREEMENT 

HOSPITAL'S ABORTION POLICY CU'=STIONED 

BAPTISTS EXPECT PEACEFUL MEETING 

BAPTIST DELEGATES VOTE TO END FORMAL TIES TO WAKE FOREST 

BAPTIST SKIRT FLOOR FIGHT OVE" ABORTION 

BAPTIST DELEGATES SAY ABORTION DEBATE WAS LIMITED 

N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO COURTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRIMINAL JUSTICE System 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION 





3/15/B6 




15 




5/29/86 




9 




5/29/96 




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6/03/86 




1 7 




8/29/96 




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9/06/86 




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9/23/86 




1 




10/02/86 




15 




10/02/96 




1 ^ 




U/10/96 




1 1 




11/12/96 




4 




11/13/96 




1 4 




11/14/86 




21 



MONTH 



LY/4NNUAL 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
li/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGt 1,7 7 

l/0'5/n7 



SEE ALSO l^TH JUOICUL DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO JUDGES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO LAWYER';, N.C. 

BAR ADOOTS »ULES FOR PROVIDING EFFECTIVE LAWYERS FOR INDIGENTS 

STATE BAR DISCIPLINES TWO LAWYERS 

LAWYER'S LICENSE LIFTED FOR 6 MONTHS 

LICENSE IS SUSPENDEO 

DISBARRED LAWYER LOSES APPEAL TO RECOVER LICENSE 

MARSH ELECTED AS COUNCILOR OF STATE BAR 

WOMEN, BLACKS ELECTED TO STATE BAR COUNCIL 

BAR COUNCIL CHANGES POLICY 

STATE BAR ORDERS FAYETTEVILLE LAWYER SUSPENDED 

N.C. PAR PRESSES MERIT SELECTIOM 

BROYHILL, SANFORO TO MEET IN FQRuM 

KEEP MEETINGS AT HOME 

BROYHILL, SANFORO DEBATE AT LAWYERS' BEACH RETREAT 

SANFORD, BROYHILL SCORE WELL AT LAWYERS' FORUM 

LAWYER SUSPENDED 

FORMER NCCU LAW SCHOOL PEAN GETS AWARD 

DURHAM LAWYER NAMED TO POST 

BAR REINSTATES DURHAM ATTORNEY 

STATE BAR REINSTATES DURHAM LAWYER 

PANEL DISBARS LAWYER CONVICTED IN COCAINE CASE 

GOLDSPORO COUNCILMAN FACES EM^EJZLING CHARGE 

FARMERS TO GET FINANCIAL HOTLINE 

COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST ROXBO'O LAWYER 

DEMOCRATS' 'MERIT' JUDICIAL PLAN A SHAM 

N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 

EDUCATORS: BAR EXAM GRADING CHANGFQ 

FEWER LAW GRAOS PASS N.C. BAR EXAM 

3 OF 12 CENTRAL GRADS PASS B A^! 

T\% OF NCCU LAW STUDENTS PASS BAR EXAM 

TRIANGLE LAW STUDENTS ACE BAR EXAM 

STATE BAR EXAM SCORES IMPROVE 

BAR EXAM SCORES SIGN OF PROGRESS AT NCCU 

N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

SEE ALSO PIOTECHNDLOGY 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETICS 

DUKE CENTER GETS S<.06,T<>5 GRANT 

N.C. SEEKS BIOTECHNOLOGY LEAD 

OTHER STATES NOW SEEK BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY 

RESEARCH MONEY AWARDED 

MARTIN'S REVERSAL ON BIOTECHNOLOGY BUDGET ENDS FEUD 

BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER'S GRANT AWARDS DEFENDED 

businessman: biotechnology center GRANTS FAVOR COLLEGES 

BIOLOGICAL THERAPY OF CANCER FEATURED AT OCT. 10-11 CONFERENCE 

D?^UR!i^?.5;V9o'^''".;""*"^ SEARCH FOR CANCER TREATMENTS 

BIOTECH CENTER PLANS BUILDING 

•THRILL OF DISCOVERY' SHARED AT BIOTECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 

fi'?'^'£';'I!?t?S*;„fi''IE?'5,XEAR SPENT ON HELPING UN I V ERS I T I E S— R EPORT 

N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER WANTS A FEW WITH GOOD IDEAS 

HEAD OF BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER LEAVING 

N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO PLACKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAJCUS 

yi ?|-52 ti'E- GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 

'^ii^S^X CAMPAIGN SAID NOT EFFORT TO UNDERMINE SANFORD 

JACKSON SAYS BLACKS TO SUE OVFR ELECTIONS 

SENATE CANDIDATE SAYS HE IS RUNNING TO WIN 

TRIBUTE PAID CONGPESSWOMAN 

COMMITTEE'S PICKS DAMAGE ITS CREDIBILITY 

REV. JACKSON TO ADDRESS N.C. CAUCUS 

JORDAN JOINS CRITICISM OF RAINBOW COALITION 

N.C. BOARD OF AGRICULTURF 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 
FLU CAUSES EMERGENCY POULTRY RULES 

N.C. BOARD OF ALCOHOLIC CONTROL 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

N.C. BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD URGED TO Take MORE CONTROL 

PANFL TO STUDY CHANGES IN SCHOOL STATUS 

ki9.ll„''ii^%^^ MARTIN OF BREAKING PROMISE TO IMPROVE EDUCATION 

PENDER SCHOOL SCAM CAUSING NEJ GUIDELINES 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES BOARD ADOPTS RULES TO HALT FAKE CLASSES 

N.C. BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES, "UOGET 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES REFUSE TO PARE BUDGETS 

N.C. BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

BOARD SUSPENDS DENTIST'S LICENSE 

STANLEY FLEMING 1ST BLACK ELECTED TO DENTAL BOARD 

N.C. BOARD OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

POPF, BROYHILL NAMED TO STATE POSTS 

N.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC IN 
MARTIN BELIEVES TAX HIKE POSSI 
SPANGLER NEW UNC PRESIDENT 
NEW UNC HEAD SAID STRONG, APLE 
CD. SPANGLER PICKED TO RFPLa: 
HUNT, JORDAN APPLAUD SELECTION 
PRITCHETT TO REPLACE SPANGLER 
STATE SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN NA 
SCHOOL PUSES BEING RECALLED 
SPANGLER BRINGS CONTROVERSIAL, 
SCHOOLS MERGER UNNECESSARY 
ONE SCHOOL SYSTEM PER COUNTY u 
MARTIN BACKS EDUCATION BOARD A 
SURVEY SHOWS SUPPORT FOR BASIC 
study: N.C. TEACHERS INCREASIN 
DRUMMOND NAMED TO N.C. BOARD 
TELEPHONE EXEC NAMED TO EOUCat 
BOARD OF EDUCATION LOWERS PRO'' 
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO UR 
STATE BOARD SENDING CONTRADICT 
TEACHERS PROTEST LOWER PASSIN', 
N.C. EDUCATORS OUESTION SCHOOL 
LT. GOV. JORDAN SAYS HIGH FAIL 
THRESHOLD FOR VICTORY IN PRIMA 
CHANGE URGED IN EDUCATION LEAD 
HOUSE REJECTS SFNATE EDUCATION 
MAVRETIC PLAN WOULD GIVE STATE 
EDUCATION BOARD APPROVES EXPAN 



STRUCT I ON 

BLE TO AID EDUCATION 



E FRIDAY AS UNC SYSTEM PRESIDENT 

OF SPANGLER 
ON BOARD 
MED 

AGGRESSIVE STYLE TO NEW POST 

RGEO 

PPOINTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENT 

EDUCATION PLAN 
GLY WHITE FEMALES 
F EDUCATION 
ION BOARD 

OTION TEST MINIMUM 

GE LEGISLATURE RAISE TEACHERS' PAY 1% 
DRY SIGNALS 

SCORE ON TESTS 

CONSOLIDATION PLAN 
URE RATE ON TEACHER EXAM POINTS UP CRISIS 
RIES MAY BE LOWERED 
ERSHIP 

BILL 

EDUCATION A HIGH-PROFILE LEADER 
SrON BUDGET 



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5/31/86 


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6/23/86 


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7/18/86 


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H 2 


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10/21/86 


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H 2 


1/07/86 C 


10 


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S 7 


3/27/86 A 


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3/2B/P6 C 


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H 7 


8/29/86 A 


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8/29/R6 A 


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1/16/86 C 


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H 7 


6/24/86 A 


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H 7 


9/07/86 B 


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9/03/86 A 


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9/03/86 A 


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M97 


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10/12/86 C 


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10/12/86 C 


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12/13/86 C 


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1/31/86 


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H 7 


2/03/86 


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2/21/86 


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H 7 


3/03/86 


11 


1 P N 


H 7 


5/I5/R6 


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H 2 


7/13/86 


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7/21/86 


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14 H 


H 2 


1/30/86 


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16 N 



H 2 


5/14/85 


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3 


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H 2 


7/18/86 


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H 2 


10/11/86 


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12 


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H 2 


11/14/86 


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19 


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S 2 


9/13/86 


A 


3 


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H 2 


2/16/86 


B 


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H 2 


7/30/86 


C 


14 


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H 2 


12/02/86 


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1/16/86 


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1/31/86 


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2/0 /86 


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O f| 




H 2 


2/09/86 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/13/86 


A 


19 


N 




S 2 


3/36/86 


A 


1 


N 


sa4 


H 2 


3/07/86 


B 


1 


P M 


046 


H 2 


3/19/86 


A 


7 


P '1 




S 2 


3/26/86 


C 


3 


J 




S 2 


3/27/86 


A 


3 


J 




S 2 


4/01/B6 


A 


2 


N 




H 1 


4/02/86 


B 


5 


N 




H 2 


5/09/86 


C 


5 


N 




S 7 


5/09/86 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


5/12/86 


A 


4 


p 




H 2 


5/2n/R6 


C 


12 


fi 




S 7 


5/21/86 


A 


10 


J 




H 2 


6/07/66 


B 


9 


N 




H 2 


6/18/86 


B 


2 


N 




H 2 


6/19/86 


A 


17 


N 




H 2 


6/25/86 


A 


10 


N 




S 7 


7/07/86 


A 


3 


J 




H 2 


7/U8/86 


D 


4 


N 





«0NTHLY/4 



N N U 4 L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/Xo 



SUBJECTS 



l/0=/?7 



NCCU GETS LOW H4RKS O'l TE4CHE? EX4MS 
COHPETEHCV TEST WOULD 3" 9rP4SSED 

^e«ii".?shs^fT°.js ?si?iTE^KcJ%*i^^M2^^jjr "'^'^''"" 

i°SisT°^Sticlli§-'; ll',\l°u'' '° '= '°'"'"'' '°'' ""^"-"^ SCHOOLS 

?2?i ZE4CHER 4I0ES STILL Di>Ivf PUSES IN PERSON SND C»4NVILlE 

k2IL95,X°"",'S?'' 8US OtIVERS WTULO LE4VE ROUTES UNCILL<=D 

OPPOSITION SEEN Ttl TE4CUER TRal'JING REPORT ■!-<--" 

SSlJEI^ °Z ED'JCATION CONSIDERS 'lEH 4CCRE0i T4T10N FOR SCHOOLS 

JORDAN TU PUSH FOR EDUCATION ^OARD CH4NGES scMjULi 

UNC STUDY DOQPS CUTTING OF APPROVAL PROCESS 

LOCAL DISTRICTS H4VF BOCK CONTROL 

N.C. ejARO OF E0UC4TI0N DIRECTOR "RAISES WORK OF TEACHER PREP P4NEI 

EpuC4TI0N PROPOSAL STOPS SHORT OF •T4KING OVER" LOCAL SYSTF&S 

SCHOOL =04R0 HANTS SNOH DAYS TO BE MORK DAYS 

Sf^SS^j^S"-" SCHOOLS SHOULD STICK TO BASIC EDUCATION 

PRITCHETT ANNOUNCEMENT SURPRISES N.C. EDUCATORS 



N.C. BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ruRHAH COUNTY B04R0 OF 
SEE ALSO ELECTION lahS 
SEE 4LSP ELEtnoNS, N.C. 

CANDIDATES. SUPPORTERS PACK ST 
REVIEW OF SCHOOL ELECTIONS TO 
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES VOTE OK' 
STATE CROSSOVER VOTING DECISIO 
SPECIAL PRIMARY PROPOSED JULY 
PROJECT WESTVOTE T4LLY: 1,0 C01 
CONFUSION FEAREO with TWO SENA 
BALLOT MAT CONFUSE VOTE'S 
FRANKLIN ELFCTION OFFICIALS 0= 
HEARING TO BE HELD ON 6TH OIST 
ELECTION RESULTS CERTIFIED 
STATE B04R0 DENIES RECOUNT ON 
FRANKLIN TO NEED 4N INTERIM SH 
HEARING CONTINUES ON RECOUNT 
C08LE-BPITT 6TH DISTRICT RECOi 
VOTE RECOUNT WON'T STOP BRITT- 
SUIT CHALLENGES SCHOOL BOARD C 
ELECTIONS 304RD TO CERTIFY CO:; 
ELECTIONS BOARD PLANS 10 CERTI 
SRITT'S REiUEST TO POSTPONE C 
PANEL URGES WAY TO LI»IT WRIT? 
ELECTIONS BOARD MISFILEO COMPL 



ELECTIONS 



4TE ELECTIONS B0AR3 

MEAN "ORE PAPERWORK 

0: NO DATE SET 

N DRAWS PRAISF 

Zt FOR SO»E JUDGES 

VICT IONS 

TE RACES ON BALLOT 

NY REQUEST FOR RECOUNT 
RtCT ELECTION DISPUTE 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S RACE 
ERIFF 

NT OROEREO 

S CHALLENGE 

H4NGES IN Z? N.C. COUNTIES 

LE WIN 

FY CUBLE WINNER 

BLE'S CERYIFICATION OENIED 

-IN VOTES 

4INT 480UT FLIER 



N.C. aOAF.O OF LAW ExiMINERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

FEWER LAW G'ADS PASS N.C. BAR EX 4" 
3 OF 12 CENTR4L GR40S P4SS P 47 
OURHA" L4WYER N4ME0 hE4n OF LAW BOARD 
STATE BAR EXAM SCORES IMPROVE 
HICH4UX NAMED HEAD OF LAW BOARD 

N.C. B04RD OF MEDIC4L EXAMINFRS 
SEE 4LS0 "EOICAL EXAMINER 

BOARD REVOKES DOCTOR'S LICENSE 

DOCTOR APPEALING BOARO'S DECISION ON H0ME0P4THY 

BOARD LICENSES 69 PHYSICIANS 

MEDICAL BOARD REVERSES RULING ON DOCTOR'S 4''PHET4Min£ USE 

PHYSIClISs^icEHSEo'' "^"'^''"^ 5'"'^ MEDICAL M4L0R4CT1CE FUND 

STATE MEDIC4L Bd4R0 LICENSES 'l£W PHYSICIANS 

JJ.?!^^!!^'"'^''- EXAMINERS BOARD LICENSES l'.6 PHYSICIANS 

SUIT DEL4YS MEDICAL EXA-INERS HF4RING 

SS9I£'ii„SS;;°,"'5 REPRIMANDED 7 DOCTORS FOR SEX WITH P4TIENT5 

B04RD PROBES COMPLAINTS VS. EX-OUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

REPORT: N.C. OQARD INVESTIGATING PRFSSLEk 

BOARD OF -eoical Examiners grants n^c. physician licenses 

2 DURHAM noCTORS OENIED RE IN ST ATE-ENT uiLC^sci 

STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER QUITS AFTER 18 YF4RS 

DURHAM DOCTOR DENIES CHARGE OF DRUG 43USE 

DIET CLINIC DOCTOR DENIES ORLC 4BUSE 

ST4TE LICENSES 183 PHYSICI4NS 

DR. D4NIEL NAMED TO MEDICAL BOARD 

N. C. POARO np MORTUARY SCIENCE 
SEE ALSO MORTICIANS 

UNC OFFICIAL SLOWED SANOLIN PAYMENTS WITNESS 

SANPLIN DECISION EXPECTED IN 30 DAYS 
. SANOLIN DECISION DUE IN MONTH 
SANOLtN'S LICENSE REVOKED 
30AR0 BARRED FROM TAKING MORTICIAN'S LICENSE 

N.C. BOARD OF NURSING 

SEE ALSO N.C. NURSES EXAM 

SEE 4LSC NURSES. N.C. 

4CCREDIT4TI0N RENEWED FOR NURSING PROGRAM 

on GETS OK ON PROGRAM in NURSING 

90 PERCENT OF UNC NURSING 6R40S PASS EXAMINATION 

N.C. BOARD OF PAROLE 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF 4DULT PROBATION AND PAROLES 
SEE N.C. PAROLE COMMISSION 
SEE PAROLE 

N.C. BOARD OF REGISTERED PRACTICIMS COUNSELORS 

NORTH CAROLINA HAS OVER <,00 CAREER COUNSELORS REGISTERED 

N.C. BOARD OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

SEE N.C. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 

N.C. BOARD OF TR4NSPnRT4TI0N 
SEE 4LS0 N.C. DEPT. OF TR4 
SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF 
SEE ALSO TR4NSP"RT4TI0N 

JUDGE DIS-ISSES CHARGES 

iA.9 MILLION CONTRACT OK 

PART OF FREFWAY TO BE N4 

NAME 1-40 FOR GEN. SMER" 

SLOW-DRIVER LAW MAY BE C 

TRANSPORTATION BOARD 4PP 

DURH4M'S R04D NEEDS ON 4 

WIDENING WORK ON MI4MI B 

MEETINGS BEING HELD UN T 

TREYBURN FIGHT CONTINUES 

TR4NSP0RT4TI0N 304R0 REJ 

C0NTR4CT JW4R0ED FOR WIO 

C0NTR4CT AWARDED FOR WID 

B04R0 REJECTS BIDS ON RO 

CH4NGE IN TI-<ET4aLE GOOD 

DURHAM CETS HIGHW4Y FUND 

B04RD APPROVES ROAD PROJ 

HIGHWAYS N4''E0 FOR SEN4T 

RESOLUTION BLISTERS STAT 

EVENTS SPUR CHANGES IN I 



NSPORTATION 
HIGHWAYS 

AGAINST JENO PONDER 

'0 FOR U.S. 64 IMPROVEMENTS 

MED FOR MISS BEPkY 

AN 

OSTLY. UNNECESSARY 

ROVES C0NTR4CTS 

GEN04 

LVD. TO BEGIN IN MAY 

RANSP0RT4TI0N PLAN 

TO BOIL 
ECTS "IP 
ENING R040 
ENING ROAD 
AO PROJECTS 

FOR STATE ROADS 
S 

ECTS 

OPS EAST AND ERVIN 
E OVE? U.S. 70 INTERCHANGE 
-4 WORK SCHEDULE 



N E 




t 




. Y 




P P 


DATE 


C 


PG 


P 


"YL 


S 2 


9/04/56 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


9/04/e6 


c 


2 


N 




H ? 


9/05/86 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


9/05/96 


A 


IP 


N 




H 2 


9/06/86 


e 


3 


N 




H 2 


9/0B/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 1 


9/18/66 


b 


1 


N 


sac 


H I 


9/19/06 


e 


I 


N 




H 2 


9/19/P6 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


U/C7/e6 


A 


15 


N 




S 2 


1/37/R6 


c 


7 P N 




S 2 


11/12/86 


c 


13 


N 




S 2 


1/17/86 


A 


1 


N 


S92 


H 2 


1/2P/R6 


c 


h 


N 


L9P 


S 2 


11/27/86 


A 


9 


N 




H 3 


2/32/86 


c 


I 


N 


L90 


H I 


12/05/86 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


12/17/86 


A 


2 


N 





S 2 


1/0 7/R6 


C 


3 


N 




H 2 


1/16/86 


b 


3 


N 




H 2 


4/15/96 


C 


1 


N 


L4n 


S 2 


4/22/86 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


4/25/R6 


6 


^ 


N 




H 2 


9/02/n6 


E 


7 


N 




H 2 


10/25/86 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


10/25/96 


C 


1 P 


N 




S 2 


11/14/86 


C 


I 


N 


885 


H 2 


11/26/S6 


c 


2 


N 




H 2 


11/26/86 


t 


7 


N 




H I 


11/26/86 


C 


1 


N 


L40 


H 1 


U/27/86 


B 


1 


N 


H60 


S 2 


12/04/86 


A 


2 P 


N 




H 2 


12/J7/56 


C 


5 P 


N 




H 2 


12/G9/06 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


12/10/96 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


12/16/96 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


12/17/96 


E 


5 


N 




S 2 


12/17/66 


A 


21 


N 




H 2 


12/27/86 


A 


<; 


N 




H 1 


12/31/96 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/27/96 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/29/86 


c 


6 


N 




S I 


8/2^/86 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


8/30/86 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


8/30/86 


A 


2 


N 




M 2 


1/17/66 


c 


16 


N 




H 7 


1/23/86 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


2/29/96 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


4/04/86 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/21/96 


a 


2 


N 


L40 


S 2 


5/21/86 


A 


19 


N 




S 2 


6/26/86 


c 


7 


N 




S 2 


7/09/86 


c 


2 


N 




H 2 


8/09/»6 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


9/08/96 


s 


2 


N 




S 2 


9/11/96 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/12/86 


c 


4 


N 




S 2 


10/19/86 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


11/17/86 


c 


1 


N 


385 


S 2 


11/21/86 


A 


1 P 


N 




S 2 


12/02/86 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/03/86 


t 


I 


N 




S 2 


12/06/96 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


12/31/86 


c 


6 


N 




H 2 


1/23/96 


b 


1 P 


N 


046 


H 2 


1/29/96 


c 


3 


N 


046 


S 2 


1/27/86 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/09/86 


c 


1 P 


N 


046 


H 2 


5/13/96 


b 


1 


N 


S92 



H I 

H 2 



6/07/86 C I 
6/13/96 e 1 
3/30/96 C 1 



S 2 4/16/86 4 



H 2 


1/09/86 




16 


N 




H 2 


2/15/96 






N 




S 2 


2/19/96 




10 


N 




H 2 


2/25/96 






L 




S 2 


3/14/96 






c 




H I 


3/l5/°6 






N 




S 2 


4/10/»6 






M 




H 2 


4/12/96 






N 




H I 


4/30/96 






N 


H6C 


S 2 


5/16/96 






M N 


M06 


H I 


6/14/96 






N 




H 1 


7/15/86 






N 




H 2 


7/16/»6 






N 




H I 


9/13/86 






N 




S 2 


9/17/85 






E 




S 2 


9/29/95 






N 




H 2 


I0/ll/»6 




12 


N 




H 2 


11/15/96 






N 




H 2 


11/19/86 






N 




S 2 


11/21/96 






N 


WH2 



MONTHLY/ 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SUBjeCTS 



l/C/'i? 



N.C. WANTS 5C4L?D-B4C< INTERSECTION FOR DURHAM 

WEST: FUNDS CUT MAY STALL RnAO WORK 

FREEWAY INTERCHANGE SHOULDN'T BF DELAYED 

CHEAPER EXPRESSWAY INTE0S6CTIDN PROPOSED 

STATE OKS <. DURHAM ROAD PROJEZTS 

»3.1 BILLION STATE TRANSPORTATION PLAN APPROVED 

HERE ARE CHANGES IN STATE HIGHWAY PLAN IN AREA COUNTIES 

CONTRACTS OK'D FOR HIGHWAY W0-! K IN AREA 

NEW ROAD PLAN INCLUDES 35 COU'I TY PROJFCTS 

STATE APPROVES ROAD MONEY 

MARTIN NAMES DEMOCRAT TO TRANSPORTATION BOARD 

GODWIN'S APPOINTMENT IRES REPJBLICANS 

NAME OMITTED FROM LIST 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

LAND PRICES HURTING PROGRESS TN ROADS. BOARD MEMaFRS SAY 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

SEE ALSO GARDENING. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO GARDENING. N.C. 
SEE ALSO HORTICULTURAL THERAPY 
SEE ALSO PLANTS 

PESTS BFST KILLED WHILE STILL YOUNG 

FAMILY-ORIENTED WILDLIFE PROJECT STARTING IN CHAPEL HILL 

WHERE'S HERBS' IN COURSE AT UNC BOTANICAL GARDEN 

MOSS PLANTS APE OFTEN MI SI DENT I F I FD 

HERBS SUBJECT OF NEW COURSE 

BOTANICAL GARDEN HOSTS HOR TI CJ LTUP AL THERAPY PROGRAM 

TRAILING ARBUTUS CAN BE FOUND ONLY IN WOODS 

NORTH CAROLINA BOTANICAL GAPDFN PLANTS BLOOM IN MANY HABITATS 

BAGWORMS FEFD ON MANY KINDS OF TREES n» p> 1 i A i i 

HERB SALE PLANNED 

SWEET SHRUB HAS UNUSUAL FRAGRANCE 

NOW IS THE TIME TO GROW SOMETHING CARNIVOROUS 

lRT?iF'i?rs'-LS5i^5 *d3!e3°'' "'CRANT and MAKING COMEBACK 

THE MAXIMUM GARDENER 

HERBS HISTORICALLY PROMINFNT 

HERB VINEGAR PRESERVES SUMMER ALL YEAR 

?I'.°".!?5„''*'<'^ BIOLOGIST TO HEA5 N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 

HUMMINGBIRDS ARE ATTRACTED TO BEEBALM 

FLOWERS' BEAUTIES ATTRACT POLLINATORS 

SOME POLLINATORS ATTRACTED TO PLANTS BY ODOR 

CACTUSES ARE GREAT SURVIVORS 

ENGLISH COUNTRY PEOPLE HAD COTTAGE GARDENS 

"p|"lig^SE^wItL'?'EtES^irE ftS^'f ° "" "«^EN'S LABOR DAY OPEN HOUSE 

NATURE PROVIDES FOR PLANT PROPAGATION 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

DIVISION SHAPES UP SOME PLANTS 

OSAGE ORANGE TREE IS T0UGH-L03K ING 

PERSIMMON TREE IS ORNAMENTAL AND PRODUCES WONDERFUL FRUIT " 

N.C. HAS MANY COLORFUL TREES IN FALL 

DO HERBS PROTECT AGAINST WITCHCRAFT? 

HOUSE PLANTS' LIGHT NEEDS VARY 

AUTUMN IS GOOD TIME TO CLEAN GARDENING TOOLS 

SYCAMORE TREES HAVE UNIQUE MOTTLED BARK 

WAX MYRTLE STAYS GREEN ALL WINJTER 

POMEGRANATE IS ANCIENT FRUIT 

CINNAMON IS GROWN IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN LAUDED FQP SAVING STATE'S WILOFLOWERS 

FRUITCAKE INGREDIENTS COME FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE WORLD 

N.C. BOTANICAL GARDENS. DIRECTOR 

UNC BOTANICAL GARDEN SELECTS NEW DIRECTOR 

N.C. BOYS CHOIR 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOYS CHOIR, INC. 
N.C. BOYS CHOIR TO SING TONIGHT 
CHOIRS SINGING FOR HOLIDAYS 

N.C. BOYS STATE 

SEE BOYS' STATE IWAKE FOREST UNIV. I 

N.C. BRICK ASSOCIATION 

BATTLESORO COMPANY OPPOSES BRICKBATS OF N.C. TRADE GROUP 
BRICK MASONS PLEDGE HELP ON MEMORIAL '""uc i.kjuk 

N.C. BUDGET ADVISORY COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

N.C. BUILDING CODE COUNCIL 
iEE ALSO BUILDING COO^S 

WATER HEATER PROPOSAL REJECTED BY COUNCIL 
PANEL REJECTS WATER HEATER PULE 

SENATE COMMITTEE VOTES TO STRIP LABOR DEPARTMENT OF DIVISIONS 
N.C. BUILDING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C. CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORITY 
NEW STATE BUILDING COMMISSION URGED 

N.C. CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE BUILDING CTNSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BUILDING COMMISSION 

LEGISLATORS ENDORSE BUILDING fOMMISSION 

P«4EL SOUGHT TO OVERSEE STATE BUILDING 

NEW STATE BUILDING COMMISSION URGED 

N.C. CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

MASTER PLAN TFNTATIVELY APPROVED FOR STATE GOVERNMENT COMPLFX 

N.C. CAPITOL 

SEE N.C. STATE CAPITOL 

N.C. CAUCUS OF BLACK DEMOCRATS 

SEE N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCU' 

N.C. CENTER FOR CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHERS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO PHOrOCRAPHY 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRANTS 

PHOTOGRAPHY IS FOCUS 

"•"^J^CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO MISSING CHILDREN 

'J21''D^Sf!r,?-'*',w^SE?'i!65 I'* '^•t' "ELD PARENTAL ABDUCTION CASES 

t r '^'£??I?.,^Y^??fJEI"*'' ^° MISSING CHILDREN PROBLEM? 

^AS;. ^?I5SING' CENTER JOINS U.S. NETWORK 

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY HELPS FIND CHILDREN 

N.C CENTER FOR PEACE EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO PEACE 

SPACE-DEFENSE PROGRAM DEBATED 



DATE 

12/0'/86 
I2/03/R6 
IJ/0<./86 
12/D6/R6 
U/12/86 
12/13/P6 
12/13/86 
12/13/86 
12/13/86 
12/l''/n6 
12/20/86 
12/2D/86 
12/22/86 
12/23/86 
12/30/86 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG I P \YL 

1 M N J3? 

1 P N 'J 67 



N O'.'' 

N ras 



N 
N 
N 046 



S 2 


1/31/86 


P 




N 


H 2 


2/13/86 


A 


2«» 


N 


H 2 


2/21/86 


c 




N 


S 2 


2/21/86 


B 




N 


S 2 


3/01/86 


A 




P N GS*? 


H 2 


3/U5/a6 


A 




N 


S 2 


3/28/86 


U 




N 


S 2 


'./04/86 


B 




N 


S 2 


<>/ll/86 


B 




N 


5 7 


<./25/86 


A 




N 


S 2 


5/01/86 





ID 


N 


S 2 


5/16/86 


b 




N 


S 2 


5/22/86 


D 




I 


S 2 


5/23/56 


B 




N 


S 2 


6/2D/P6 


B 






H 2 


6/2^/86 


A 




F 


S 2 


6/27/86 


B 




N 


S 2 


6/27/86 


B 




F 


H 2 


6/28/86 


B 




N 1180 


S 2 


7/18/86 


B 




N 


5 2 


7/25/86 


B 




N 


S 2 


3/01/°6 


B 




N 


S 2 


8/08/86 


b 




N 


S 2 


8/15/86 


B 




N 


tf 1 


3/16/86 


C 




N U80 


S 2 


8/21/86 


A 




P N S27 


S 2 


8/22/86 


A 




N 


H 2 


B/2'?/86 


D 




P N 


S 2 


10/03/86 


B 




N 


S 2 


io/n/e6 


B 




F 


S 2 


10/17/86 


e 




p 


S 2 


10/2<./86 


A 




N 


S 2 


10/31/86 


b 




F 


S 2 


1 /07/86 


B 




F 


S 2 


1 /l<./86 


A 




F 


S 2 


1 /21/B6 


B 




F 


5 2 


12/05/86 


C 




F 


S 2 


12/13/86 


B 




F 


5 2 


12/1^/86 


B 




F 


H 3 


12/22/86 


B 




N 


S 2 


12/26/86 


B 




F 



S 2 b/Z'i/lb A 3 



? 5/2«/86 B 
2 12/16/86 C 



2 3/31/86 C 2 
2 10/02/86 A 13 



6/11/86 
6/12/86 
7/n/96 



H 2 ll/l<)/e6 A 11 



5/U/86 
11/18/86 
U/19/B6 



H 2 5/IA/86 



S ? 2/21/86 A 
S 2 11/13/86 



3/12/86 C 

5/26/86 C 

8/15/86 A 

8/18/86 A 



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N 

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11 



H 2 10/28/86 C 



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SUBJECTS 






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P^ACE C^NTE? SEEKS OIALCOUE 

NUCLEAR AOMS. PHHER TOPIC OF :ONFERENCE 

•MAP TOYS" — 00 They GLOSIEY VtR, OR STIR IMAGINATION? 

CHARACTERS OFTEN SYMBOLIZE BATTLE OF GOOD A^iAINST EVIL 

N.C. CENTER FOP PUBLIC POLICY OESESRCh 

TAR HEEL CREDIT INSURANCE RAr«<ING GETS HIXEO REVIEWS 

ROYAlL and RA-SFY rated MOST EFFECTIVE LEGISLATORS 

LET The VOTERS RANK EFFECTIVE LEGISLATORS 

DURHAM F»RES WELL IN LEGISLATIVE CLOUT 

KEEN EYE NEEDED TO CULL LESSON from LEGISLATIVE RANKINGS 

STUDY SEES 'PHANTOM JOBS' ■.IT-' NEW INDUSTRIES 

STUDY CONCLUDES MARTIN HAS NOT MADE ECONOMIC PRIORITIES CLEAR 

CENTER URGES ".O BOARDS »E ABOLISHEO 

BOARDS, COMMISSIONS DRAIN STATE RESOURCES 

GROUP TRIES TO AVOIO BIAS IN STUDYING STATE POLICIES 

TOP Lf'aPrlSTS: LAHYERS AN") FQOMER LEGISLATORS 

OFBATF CONTINUES ON L"BBYISTS 

PROFIT MOTIVE G'OJS IN N.C. MIISPITALS 

ARE PROFIT HOSPITALS GOOD FOR N.C.7 

00 DEVELOPMENT BONDS SPUR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN N.C.? 

N.C. CENTER FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. CENTER FOR PLBLIC TELEVISION 

N.C. CENTER CN CRIME ANO PUNISHMENT 

SEE ALSO CRIMES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMfSl 
SEE ALS? LAM ENFORCEMENT 

NEW DIRECTORY KEY, N.C. OFFICIALS HOPF, IN OVERCROwDEO PRISONS 

POLL FINDS ALTERNATIVE PUNISHMENT SUPPORT 

N.C. CENTRAL POISON 
SEE CENTRAL PRISON 
SEE POISONS, N.C. 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

FEBOUARY INSIGHT 

THE TRIANSlE SALUTES PLACK HiSTCKY MONTH 

GM'S "INuRITY PRCGRJ^H TO BE EXPLAINED AT NCCU 

PLAN i<aULO MAKE NCCU ACADEMIC HEAVYWEIGHT 

YEAR CF THE FLAG 

PRESENTING FLAGS 

3 DURHAM AREAS LISTED AS HISTORIC 

FUTURE OF DURHAM AND NCCU DISCUSSED 

N.C. CENTRAL RESPECTS TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE 

N.C. PIOTECHHCLOGY CENTER WANTS A FEW WITH GOOD IDEAS 

TRAILWAYS TO OPEN STATION NEA» NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., 75TH ANNIVERSARY 

PLAYMAKEhS HILL BENEFIT FROM AUCTION 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

GLAXO CONTRIBUTES 1100,000 TO NCCU ORIVE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ACCREDITATIONS 

NCCU TO NAME =<UILDINGS HONORI><G HALKER, 
NCCU GETS LOW MARKS ON TEACHER EXAMS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ADMINISTRATION 

RICHMOND APPOINTS b TO NCCU PTSTS 
CENTRAL NAMES ACTING DIRECTOR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ADMISSIONS 

OUT-OF-STATE PUPIL LIMITS NO PROBLEM 

NCCU NIGHT LAW SCHOOL RAISING STANDARDS 

MS. LINNEY IS NCCU CAREER COUNSELOR 

NCCU RAPS CAP ON OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS 

NCCU INVITES STUDENTS 

NCCU REVISES PLANS for HIGH SCHOOL Day 

DURHAM-AREA COLLEGES DENY CARNEGIE FINDING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ALUMNI 

NCCU ALUMNI PICK NEW PRESIDENT 

AFTER HALF A LIFETIME, ALUMNUS SHOCKED UPON RETURN TO NCCU 

..S. PEARSON SOURCE OF PRIDE 

ALUMNI HONORED AT NCCU FUND RAISER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AUDIT 

OFFICIALS SAY NCCU FINANCES WELL MANAGEO 

NCCU TRUSTEE STANDS BY HIS CHARGE OF POOR MANAGEMENT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

NCCU TO HONOR nOmEN for SCHOOL CONIR I auTI ONS 
NIGERIAN WINS ACADEMIC AWARD 
NCCU PICKS TOP ATHLETES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BLACK Myj (£ ARCHIVES A 

SEE ALSO P.LACKS. MUSICIANS 

NCCU'S BLACK MUSIC ARCHIVES ATE 4VAILA6LE NOW 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BUDGET 

NCCU BOARD REFERS RECUEST TC INCREASE FEES TO PANEL 

NCCU TRUSTEES DELAY FFE-INCREASE VOTE 

FE£ INCREASES AT NCCU DRAW TRUSTEE'S FIPC 

OFFICIALS SAY NCCU FINANCES wELL MANAGED 

i2 MILLION FOO NCCU ADDED TO ';.C. BUDGET 

SI.?7 BILLION BUDGET URGED fo' UNC 

UNC APPROVES BUDGET, NEW H?,500 POSITION 

UNC BOARD OF GOVERNORS SETS SALARIES, NE« BUDGET 

HCCU STARTS WINNING BATTLE OVER ENROLLMENT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
CENTRAL TO DEDICATE NEW BUILDINGS 

NCCU TO NAME BUILDINGS HONORING WALKER, D». EDMONDS 
iZ MILLION FOR fXCU ADDED TO N.C. BUDGET 
MORE NCCU REPAIR FUNDS PUOGFTED 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CAREER COUNSELING ANO PLACEMENT ■?UREAU 
MS. LINNEY IS NCCU CAREER COU^ISELOR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CHANCELLOR 

MINIMUM SCQRES FOR OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS MULLED 

NCCU NAMES CHANCcLLlR 

NEW CHANCELLOR, FAMILY 

TYRCNZA RICHMOND NAMED CHANCELLOR OF N.C. CENTRAL 

APPOINTMENT OF RICHMOND GIVES FACULTY CHANCE TO UNITE, 

RICHMOND SEEKS NCCU RESEARCH 

A LEADER WITH NOBLE GOALS 

NEW NCCU LEADER has GOOD COALS FOR UNIVERSITY 

WALKER MQRC THAN CARETAKER 

RICHMOND TAKES NEW JOP IN STRIDE 

CONTENDER FOR NCCU POST DIDN'T GET WORD 

FEBRUARY INSIGHT 

FRIDAY SETS INTO MOTION UNC LEADERSHIP CHANGE 

NCCU BOARD REFERS REiUEST TO INCREASE FEES TO PANEL 

CENTRAL'S TRUSTEES CONFIRM WALKER'S CHANCELLOR STATUS 



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7/21/06 


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9/04/96 


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1/22/06 


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1/21/06 


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1/20/96 


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3/17/R6 


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10/07/86 


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10/2<./06 


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S92 


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5/16/86 


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8/DO/06 


A 


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N 


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H 2 


9/15/86 


A 


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12/29/96 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/31/06 


c 


1 


N 


F53 


H 2 


5/01/86 


B 


1 


N 


F50 


S 2 


3/l3/"6 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


<./04/86 


b 


3 P 


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H 2 


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p 


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N 




S 2 


2/21/06 


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G59 


H 2 


2/20/06 


A 


14 


N 


F50 


S 2 


2/21/56 


c 


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584 


H 2 


4/17/06 


5 


1 


N 


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H 2 


4/30/96 


c 


1 


N 


F5C 


H 2 


7/02/86 


3 


I 


N 


046 


H 2 


7/25/96 


B 


1 


N 


MIT 


H 2 


8/01/65 


c 


1 


N 


M19 


S 2 


a/01/96 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


9/24/86 


A 


4 


c 




H 2 


4/02/96 


B 


4 


N 




H 2 


6/19/06 


!• 


1 


N 


J40 


H 2 


7/0?/O6 


e 


1 


N 


046 


S 7 


7/02/86 


c 


u 


N 




S 2 


1/29/06 


c 


3 


N 




H 3 


1/10/P6 


B 


1 


N 


sal 


S 2 


1/10/06 


A 


I P 


N 


X43 


S 2 


1/11/06 


c 


1 P 


p 


S7' 


H ? 


1/11/96 


A 


1 


N 


F50 


H 2 


1/U/P6 


A 


I P 


N 


F50 


S 2 


1/15/06 


A 


1 P 


N 


J13 


H 2 


1/17/86 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


1/17/96 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


1/22/96 


A 


P 


N 


J13 


H 2 


1/27/95 


A 





N 


F50 


H 2 


1/29/06 


c 




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H 2 


2/:i2/i't 





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J 


r.33 


S 2 


2/14/96 


A 


1 P 


N 


MIO 


H 2 


2/20/96 


A 


14 P 


•1 


F5C 


H ? 


2/20/96 


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MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL INOex 

l/0l/8ft - U/3l/n6 



SUBJECTS 



1/09/17 



NCCU TRUSTEF5 DELAY FEE-INCK EA SE VOTE 

WALKER DESEOVfS SPECIAL PLACE IN NCCU HISTORY 

DR. WALKER DESERVES HONnR 

DR. WALKER MAKES LAST RFPORT 

rSALUTs'?^ ^"''WALK?""'" "OJECTIONS MAY BE TOO HIGH 

FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES AT NCCJ HONOR WALKER 

WALKER WRAPS UP CHANCELLOR TERM 

NCCU SHOULD CONTINU? TO BE IN GOOD HANDS 

CHANCE TO PLAY "(ASKCTBALL WAS WALKER'S SALVATION 

LEROY WALKER: ATHLETE ANO EDUCATOR 

COACHING TECHNIQUES USEFUL IN TOP JOB 

A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY 

IN COACHING OR OUT, HE'S THE "EST 

RICHMONO ANO WALKER HAVF MUCH IN COMMON 

EXCELLENCE: A SHAREH RESPONSIBILITY 

WALKER GETS ELEGANT TRIBUTE 

WALKER HAD FOUR PREDECESSORS 

TEACHER BY EXAMPLE 

NCCU'S LEROY WALKER SOLO DURHAM, STUDENTS 

OFFENSIVE TREATMENT 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

WHITING HADE MAJOR CON TR IBUT IONS TO NCCU 

MAKING The ROUNDS 

CHAMBER RECEPTION FOR RICHMONO 

WHITING DESERVES CREDIT FOR LEADERSHIP 

NCCU DAY TO HONOR FOUNDER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CHANCELLOR'S SCHOLARS 
NIGERIAN WINS ACADEMIC AWARD 
300 ACHIEVERS HONORED AT NCCU AWARDS DAY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., MOMORARY DEGREES 
TUTU WILL BE NCCU COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER 
TUIU TO SPEAK TO NCCU GRADUATES 
NCCU TO DISTRIBUTE TICKETS FO? TUTU 
TUTU TICKETS ALL TAKEN 
TUTU WILL SPEAK TO NCCU GRAPS 
BISHOP PREDICTS REVOLUTION IN S. AFRICA 

TUTU SPEECH HIGHLIGHTS GRADUATION CEREMONIES TODAY AT N.C. CFNTRAI 
TUTU URGES NCCU GRADS TO TEAR DOWN APARTHEID CENTRAL 

NCCU STUDENT CLAIMS EAGLE BLOOD 

HJoov", jyj.^jc*^ '■'"^ RUNNING OUT FOR SOUTH AFRICA 

HAh'PY GrADUAJF 

ASKS FOP HELP 

TUTU STILL MANAGES GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR 

BLESSED EVENT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONCERTS 
IN THF SPOTLIGHT 

CHOIR MADE SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDAY MORNING 
JAZZMAN HEATH PLAYS NCCU FRIDAY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONFERENCES 

JIKFEPS HEAR 4 UNC CHANCELLORS IN FORUM 

UNC CHIEFS EYE COMING CENTURY 

NCCU SETS CANCER CONFERENCE 

CUTTING BLACKS' CANCER RATE IS FOCUS AT NCCU 

CONFERENCE SET ON EnuCATION OF BLACK CHILDREN 

U.S. CONGRESSMAN AMONG SPEAKERS AT EDUCATION MEET 

CONGRESSMAN TO SPEAK AT NCCU TOMORROW 

yo'l,*,o,^t"SSt5.J*'° ""T MEETING MINORITY NEEDS 

TROUBLE PREDICTED FOR BLACKS UNLESS EDUCATION IS IMPROVED 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONSTRUCTION 



SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV 



I BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CONVOCATION 

RICHMOND TO LEAD CONVOCATION 

RICHMOND LAUDS NCCU'S INCREASE IN ENROLLMENT 

RICHMOND CALLS FOR EXCELLENCE c'xJLUMtNi 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. CRIMES 

^^It?,!;5?.,'^*'^V<^E''''RAL UNIV., ROPBERItS 

.UyS^I^I ^"°I TO DEATH IN DORMITORY AT NCCU 

NCCU STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH AT DORMITORY 

SSli'^^nri? V.'.^fo^yl'^EJT IN NCCU STUDENT'S DEATH 

HAN SOUGHT IN SHOOTING AT NCCU 

MURDER BRINGS TIGHTER NCCU SECURITY 

tiffH IS'^y?i^I.^''''°'<T A POSITIVE UNDERTAKING 

NCCU TO TIGHTEN CAMPUS SECURITY 

NCCU ACTS DECISIVELY IN BOOSTING SECURITY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CURRICULUM 

'^.iiV. PL'^IS INSTITUTE ON JOB DEVELOPMENT 
NCCU TO GET GRANT 

NCCU PLANS EVENING DEGREE PPOr.RAM 
DURHAM-ARFA COLLEGES DENY CAR'IEGIE FINDING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., DORMITORIES 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT HOUSING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., DRINKING POIVIi EGES 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS, ALCOHOLIC EFVERAGES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., EMPLOYEES 

f,?f.V^f„'^"""'E MADE AGAINST NCCU WORKFR 
NCCU EMPLOYEE FACES COCAINE COUNT 
NCCU TO HONOR OFFICE WORKERS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ENDOWMENTS 

NCCU BOARD TOLD ENROLLMENT UP, STUDENTS BETTER OUALIFIED 
N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ENROLLMENT 

nMi^^?^JJ'',i'^''°'-'-"E'"' SLIPS SLIGHTLY FROM FALL 
OUT-OF-STATE ouOR LIMITS NO PROBLEM 
SrJr,°DTlJ'I^„STUOENT LIMITS AT UNC RIGHT 
"9£y,'''>*'S CAP ON OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS 

FIRST-SESSION SUMMER ENROLLMEMT BREAKS RECORD AT Nrril 
NCCU SUMMER ENROLLMENT BREAKS RECORD ^^" 

Irf;.^^!:"''*'- respects tradition of excellence 

P?inS'^nl'M^T'^'^£y:i ^RnWTH projections MAY BF TOO HIGH 
READY OP NOT, HERE COME THE CTLLEGIANS 

NEW CHANCELLOR SAYS NfCU'S FINANCIAL Ain rN r,nnn SHiDC 
K^^r, S?A'S?s'2'T£NfK?°t'-?f''! UP, STuSenT B^TTtHulr "iEO 
ENROLLipSf^Ei'^rKcrS''"-' °' " ENROLLMENT 

si^tiKSijg 'cTd ^'oS-"Eic^rL°E^c'r '" E^-^OL^-^fNT 

NIGHT DEGREE ENROLLMENT PLEAS! S NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., EVENING COLLEO'^ 

HCCU PLANS EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM 

Srru £iri?*trI2„°''''f'' NIGHT SCHOOL DEGREES 

NCCU NIGHT SCHOOL BIG EDUCATION BOOST 



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2/21/86 


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2/2<./B6 


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6/19/B6 


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584 


H 2 


6/2<./96 


A 


4 




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H 2 


6/2'J/B6 


A 


1 


P 


N 


J 40 


S 2 


6/10/86 


C 


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N 




5 2 


7/01/B6 


A 


A 




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S 2 


7/21/116 


A 


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N 


584 


H 2 


7/2,'/n6 





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7/2?/fl6 


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7/22/B6 





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7/22/B6 





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7/22/nb 


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7/2?/86 





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7/31/86 


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a/2?/=6 


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8/2S/06 


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9/00/86 


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M66 


H 2 


9/10/B6 


c 


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p 


Mt,6 


H 2 


9/19/86 


A 


A 




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S 2 


10/20/86 


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H 2 


<./0'>/86 


B 


3 


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<./05/86 


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S 2 


3/31/86 


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H 2 


'./02/86 


A 


10 




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H 2 


4/23/86 


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12 




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H 2 


5/J9/86 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


5/09/86 


A 


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p 


N 




H 2 


S/in/at 


A 


1 


p 


N 


F50 


H 2 


5/10/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 




S 2 


5/10/B6 


A 


1 


p 


N 


SBA 


S 2 


5/1^/86 


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■1 


584 


H 2 


5/11/86 


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5/11/86 


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S 2 


5/12/°6 


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S 2 


5/14/86 


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S 2 


5/23/86 


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10 


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11/27/86 
12/16/86 
12/16/86 
12/17/86 
12/18/86 



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8/31/86 


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S 2 


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B 




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C 


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J 40 


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1/23/86 


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5/20/86 


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S 7 


5/20/86 


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H 7 


5/26/86 


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J4P 


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9/24/86 


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4 




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H 7 


9/25/86 


8 


1 




N 




S 2 


10/02/86 


A 


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H 2 


10/03/86 


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N6H APES OPPJBTUNITIES 

NCCU SETS QBtFNTATION FOR EVE'UNG DFGBtE WORK 

NIGHT DEGREE FNROLLHENT PLEAS=5 NCCU 

NCCU TO TIGHTEN CAHRUS SECURITY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., FACULTY 

JFS5 POME FILES FOR COU'T CLE-K 

NCCU PROFESSOR FMERITUS OF EN'".LISH, OR. CHARLES RAY 

NCCU PRnp: HAITI WON'T -ISS OJVALIER 

FUNERAL SERVICES SET FOB ortf. CHARLES RAY 

SHE LKES TO SPFNO TIME WITH STUDENTS 

NCCU STARTS FUND FOR RAY 

HISTORY OF TOBACCO WORKFRS: PART OF THE FEMALE PLACC EXPERIENCE RFVEALED 

a'=VFRLY JONES A ROLE "OOEL HEISELF 

NCCU'S SPENCER WINS PRI7E FOR CHOPAL MUSIC 

DAD'S LOVE FOR FLAG LED TO SPFCIAL '^ILL. WHITE HOUSE VISIT 

MAKING PLANS 

NCCU PROFESSOR REPORTER AT MEETING 

FACULTY OFFICERS 

NCCU PROF NAMED TO PANEL 

OR. ROSS PUTLER BROWNE. EOUCATOR. RIGHTS LEADER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. FLING ON THE WING 

FLING ON THE WING TOMORROW AT NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. FRATFRNITIES AND SORORITIES 
N.C. CENTRAL FRATERNITY TO HAVE ANNIVERSARY 
NCCU STUDENTS IN MELEE 

200 PEOPLE INVOLVED IN NCCU DISTURBANCE 
2 ARRESTED FOR SMASHING WINPOJ 
NCCU FRATERNITY PAIR ARRESTED AFTER FRACAS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. GIFTS AND FUND RAISING 

GLAXO CONTRIBUTES 1100,00:1 TO NCCU DRIVE 

RTP FIRM WINS TOP ADVERTISING AWARD 

TAX RULES WOULD CUT CAHRUS GIi=TS 

•OUCH,' SAY TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES TO TAX CODE 

WELLCOME FUND GIVES SIOO.ODO TO N.C. CENTRAL 

SHEPARO SOCIETY MEETS 

ALUMNI HONOREO AT NCCU FUND RAISER 

DONATIONS SURGE TO BEAT TAX LAWS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., GRANTS 

CHEMISTRY Ut^PARTMENT AT NCCU RECEIVES GRANT 

NCCU TO GET GRANT 

N.C. CENTRAL GETS $138,551? FO' GERONTOLOGY PROGRAM 

NCCU RECEIVES GRANT 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. HISTOKY 

CHANCE TO PLAY PASKETBALL WAS WALKER'S SALVATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., HOMECU"ING 

NCCU HOMECOMING EVENTS CONTINJE 
HOMECOMING KEY CCR NCCU 

RECEPTION FOR WALKER TO BE HELD SATURDAY 
NCCU GETS FOUNDER'S DAY SPRUCI NG 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., HONORARY DEGREES 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., COMMENCEMENT 
NCCU SET TO HONOR KENNE'^Y 

KENNEDY TO RECEIVE DEGRFE AT ■i .C. CENTRAL'S AWARDS DAY 
TUTU WILL SPEAK TO NCCU GRAOS 
BISHOP RREOICTS REVOLUTION IN S. AFRICA 
TUTU SPEECH HIGHLIGHTS GRADUATION CEREMONIES TODAY AT N.C. CENTRAL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ORIENTATION 

N.C. CENTRAL TO HOST PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS 
1,000 STUDENTS EXPECTED TO VISIT CENTRAL 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., PARENTS DAY 

NCCU PREPARES EVENTS FOR PARENTS' WEEKEND 
NCCU PARENTS WEFKENO SLATED FOR APRIL <i-e> 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. ROBBERIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., CRIMES 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SECURITY POLICE 
DEALER REPORTS CAR STOLEN FROM HIS LOT 



.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 

SFE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS ISSE ALSO NAMES 
NCCU STARTS FUNO FOR "AY 
NCCU ESTABLISHES RAY SCHOLAPS-lIP 



SCHOLARSHIPS! 



N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SECURITY POLICE 

SFE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., ROF<dFRIES 
TATS COMPLETES COURSE 

MURDER PRINGS TIGHTER NCCU SEIU'ITY 
NCCU SECURITY EFFORT A POSITIVE UNDERTAKING 
COMPLETES CnuRSF 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SEMINARS 
NCCJ PLANS ? SEMINARS 
SEMINARS SLATED AT N.C. CENTRIC 
GM OFFICIALS WILL VISIT AT NC: U 
NCCU SETS HOME ECONOMICS SEMINAR 
NCCU PANELISTS OISCUSS CHANGES IN PHOTOGRAPHY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPEAKERS 

ELECTFOMC AGE WORK TOPIC OF 1CCU TALK 

EX-XEROX EXEC T1 talk AT NCCU 

NCCU AUDIENCE TOLD: KEEP KING'S DREAM ALIVE 

CELEBRATION SPEAKER 

REP. CO'JYERS WILL SRcAK ON JAIL CROWDING 

JUSTICE SYSTEM CLASS-CONSCIOU' , MICHIGAN CONGRESSMAN CHARGES 

NCCU LIBRARY COLLOOUIUM IS APRIL S 

TUTU TO SPEAK TO NCCU GRAOUAT'S 

NCCU oepicates complex 

BANOUFT SCHEOUC^O 

BISHOP PREDICTS REVOLUTION IN S. AFRICA 

TUTU SPEECH HIGHLIGHTS GRADUATION CEREMHnUS TODAY AT 

TUTU URGES "ICCU CHADS TO TEAR DOWN APArThEIo 

BISHOP TUTU SAYS TIME RUNNING OUT FOR SOUTH AFRICA 

ASKS FOR HELP 

•SHUG' SURE WILL BE HERE 

N.C. CENTRAL STUDENTS T?LD NASA ON WAY TO RECOVERY 

NASA official: space RESEARCH WORTH EXPENSE, HELPS ECONOMY 

MYTHS ABOUT AIDS PERSIST, DOCTOR TELLS NCCU AUDIENCE 

RUFFIN TO SPEAK AT NCCU 

DUKE orcF: aids THREATENS HETEROSEXUALS 

GPOKIHG NUMPER OF LOw-INCOME BLACKS <ITH CANCER ALARMING NCCU SPEAKER 

NCCU LECTURES SLATED 

CUTTING BLACKS* CANCER RATE IS FOCUS AT r.CCU 

RUFFIN URGES NCCU AUDIENCE TO LIVE UP TO SHEPARD'S LEGACY 

REP. PLUE TO BLACKS: PREPARE FOR HIGH TFCH 

WILLIAMS TO GIVE SPEECH AT NCCU 

U.S. CONGRESSMAN AMONG SPEAKERS AT EDUCATION MEET 



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4/03/86 






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N iNl U A L 
1/01/86 



I N e X 

12/31/16 



SUBJECTS 



"AGl ^■'3 



CONGRESSMAN TO SPEAK AT NCCU TOMORRRH 

U.S. SCHOOLS SAIO NOT MEETING MINORITV NEEDS 

TROUBLE PREOICTED FOR BLACKS UNLESS EDUCATION IS IMPROVED 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SPORTS 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV.. SIAFC 
MAKING PLANS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT FE'=S 

NCCU BOARD REFERS REQUEST TO INCREASE FEES TO PANEL 
NCCU TRUSTEES DfLAV FEE-INCREASE VOTE 
FEE INCREASES AT NCCU DRAW TRUSTEE'S FIRE 
NCCU TRUSTEES HIKE STUDENT FE=S 
NCCU TO TIGHTEN CAMPUS SECURITY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT HEALTH 

liSfl^, 59'.?9,SEFEPS REQUEST TO INCREASE FEES TO PANEL 
NCCU TRUSTEES DELAY FEE-INCREASE VOTE ^ 

COLLEGE STUDENTS LINING UP FO^ SHOTS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT HOUSIN'"- 

STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH IN DORMITORY AT NCCU 
NCCU STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH AT DORMITORY 

KF,^tiES°^g?Nj?^?,^K??fe^II!c^' 'illullT/'''^ ""^^ OUAL.FIED 
NCCU SECURITY EFFORT A POSITIVE UNDERTAKING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENT LOANS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, STUDENT LOANS 
SEE ALS^ STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM 

AID CUTS WORRY DURHAM-AREA ';CMOOLS 

¥lt.£?(*c'^l!=h2S, J'^S NCCU'S FINANCIAL AID in GOOD SHAPE 

TRIANGLE SCHOOLS HURT BY AID CHANGES 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., STUDENTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., SECURITY POLICE 
NCCU 'KIDNAPPING' TURNS OUT TO PE HOAX 
MAN CHARGED FOR ROLF IN NCCU HOAX 

^^^^rU^s^si^ JSi^ioM^iSRi^.""' ^^"^ 

"ci^SErElsirF^Atli ^^m^s'tER^DeIn^S C1H="' """"""= '-°'^" •=°'' ''*^'- 

NCCU STUDENTS IN MELEE 

?''9„SI9Stl INVOLVED IN NCCU DISTURBANCE 

2 ARRESTED FOP SMASHING WINOOJ 

DONATIONS 

NCCU STUDENT CLAIMS EAGLE BLOTD 

HAPPY GRADUATE 

NCCU NAMES DEAN'S LIST FOR SPRING 

WELCOME, STUDENTS, YOU MAY GET HOOKED 

FIRST-DAY BREAK 

STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH IN DORMTTORY AT NCCU 

NCCU STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH AT DORMITORY 

BLACK STUDENT GROUPS MEET AT NCCU 

FRESHMAN DYNAMO AIMING FOR THE TQp 

CHILLY WAIT 

MARTIN OFFERS REWARD IN NCCU <ILLING 

'^•'■;ct^^J'?n'-rti^,'^;?. STUDENTS, ALCOHOtlC BEVERAGES 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ALCOHOLIC PEVERAGES 
Sni^^'IlSr'SSrJ? ki^^'S "°5T STUDENTS THIRSTY 
DUKE, UNC HOIST DRINKING AGE To il 

"'•'-• ilnn?5!ft"Eily,V', SUMMER APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 

STUDENTS BEGIN RESEARCH PROGRAM AT N.C CENTRAL 

N.C CENTRAL UNIV., SUMMER SCHOOL 

NCCU, UNC STUDENTS FACE TUITITN HIKE 

fJ??J;^,f.55pN SUMMER ENROLLMENT BREAKS RECORD AT NCCU 
NCCU SUMMER ENROLLMENT BREAKS RECORD >■" " " "h-lu 
ANATOMY VENTURE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., TUITION 

NCCU, UNC STUDENTS FACE TUITION HIKE 

N.C CENTRAL UNIV., TUTORING 
SEE ALSO TUTORING PROGRAMS 

NCCU TUTORING PLANS DESERVE FUNDING BOOST 

N.C CENTRAL UNIV., WORKSHOPS 

NCCU PLANS PUPPETRY WORKSHOP 

SPEAKERS CLASH ON PRISON OVERCROWDING 

N.C CENTRAL UNIV. AWARDS DAY 

;i??u ???^S''''^"^t;''' ^'3 SPEAK AT AWARDS DAY AT NCCU 

NCCU SET TO HONOR KENNEDY 

NIGERIAN WINS ACADEMIC AWARD 

IJfNNEPY ID RECEIVE DEGREE AT M .C CENTRAL'S AWARDS DAY 

300 ACHIEVERS HONORED AT NCCU AWARDS DAY ""*'<05 "AY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. BOARD UF TRUSTE=S 

"OLLANO WILL SPEAK AT FRATERNITY MEETING 

NCCU ROARD REFERS REQUEST TO INCREASE FEES TO PANEL 

CENTRAL'S TRUSTEES CONFIRM WALKER'S CHANCELLOR STATUS 

PLAN WOULD MAKE NCCU AC A OEM I C HE A VY WE IGHI STATUS 

NCCU TRUSTEES DELAY FEE-INCPEASE VOTE 

Sr^^fSr^lH^r^ ^''ECI'l- PUiCE IN NCCU HISTORY 

Pfp,, INCREASES AT NCCU DRAW TRUSTEE'S FIRE 

NCCU TRUSTEES MIKE STUDENT FEFS 

OFFICIALS SAY NCCU FINANCES WELL MANAGED 

ol\\\l'i\Vl,ll\'T,,V<,nn^'i'''''''^ °' ""^ ""NAGEMENT 

u»FI^tJ°^^;--„?y,',VS'^JS HONOR IMG WALKER, DR. EDMONDS 

K r^?tSrDj, '''^^'-'^LS"""^" PROJECTIONS may BE TOO HIGH 

H;f,*. S^NTRAL TO OFFER NIGHT SCHOOL DEGREES 

^f^H ???52 '^°'-° ENROLLMENT UP, STUDENTS dETTER QUALIFIFD 

NCCU STARTS WINNING BATTLE OVER ENROLLMENT "UALlHtD 

NCCU DAY TO HONOR FOUNDER tNKULLMENI 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 

"^C^h^?Ic"K^1^5FrIKfi5N^Ay;S^^iL'iL'°'"^*"°^" ^'""^^^ "^'^^^ 

'•'• Sc'^j'stAiir^-siSi^iis^ ^"^''" ^*''^'^'' 

N.C CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY 

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT AT NCCU RECEIVES GRANT 
N,C;^CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF DRAMA 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. NEW UNIV. THFATPF 

N"UV5 'HOME' COMPETES IN COLLEGE THEATER FESTIVAL 

?5f;^Lt'J^5"sI9^^K^i"Ar^!c5^''"'^^*' ■'^" 



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N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P nVL 

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S 2 12/17/86 A 1 P N S92 
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H ? 2/2n/R6 A 14 P N F5n 

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S 2 <./17/g6 C 1 N '84 

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H 2 2/20/^6 A 14 o r^ P5Q 
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2/11/86 


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2/20/86 


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2/20/86 


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2/20/86 


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M 2 2/21/86 U 12 P4 W66 
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NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/66 



SUBJECTS 



l/OO/"? 



WALKER SAYS 



S 1 T 

E L V 

C pr L p BYL 



NCCU'S 'STEP ON A CRACK' IS I>ISIGHICUL FAMILY FUH t 

IN END. -BEn HOT- JUST CHEAP SHOI H 

•PUOLIE' TO OPEN OCT. I AT NCCU S 

GALA OPENS "PURLIE' S 

PARTLY NEW -PURL IE" OPENS NCCU DRAMA SEASON H 

NCCU "PURLIE" TUNEFUL SATIRE H 

•PURLIE" POKES FUN S 

NCCU STAGES VIOLENT "EXTREMITIES" H 

FAULTY SCRIPT CAUSES PROBLEMS FOR NCCU"S "EXTREMITIES" S 

HEAVYWEIGHT PLAY DOME WITH PR3 SKILL AT NCCU H 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DFPT. OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF ENGLISH 

NCCU CHAPTER OF HONOR SOCIETY RECOGNIZED 
NCCU STARTS FUND FOR RAY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF HEALTH EDUCATION 
DUKE PROF: AIDS THREATENS HETEROSEXUALS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 
NCCU LECTURES SLATED 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF HOME ECONOMICS 
NCCU SETS HOME ECONOMICS SEMINAR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS 
ACTUARIAL SCIENCE COURSES OFFERED 
REP. BLUE rn RLACKS: PREPARE FOR HIGH TFCH 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF MUSIC 

NCCU OPENS NEW BLACK MUSIC ARCHIVE 
HOLIDAY SPOTLIGHT'S ON ART 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF NURSING 
SEE ALSO NURSES, DURHAM 

9?J OF NURSING SCHOOL GRADUATES PASS TEST 

EX-CHAIRMAN OF NCCU NURSING DEPT. 1ST RECIPIENT OF AWARD NAMED FOR HER 

NCCU GRAD RECEIVES AWARD NAMED FOR HER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. MCOOUGALO GYMNASIUM 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION COMPLEX 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 

NCCU DEDICATES COMPLEX 

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES GRANTS FOR SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 
NCCU SEEKS TRAINING FOR WORKERS OVER 5", 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF 'OCIOLOGY 

NCCU PROF: HEART ILLS HIT CAL>< FOLKS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT 
CENTRAL NAMES ACTING DIRECTOR 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
NCCU NAMES FUND-RAISER 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. EVENING COLLEGE 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., EVENING COLLEGE 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. FOUNDER'S DAY 
NCCU DAY TO HONOR FOUNDER 
RUFFIN TO SPEAK AT FOUNOEP"S DAY 
RUFFIN TO SPEAK AT NCCU 
NCCU GETS FOUNDER'S DAY SPRUCING 

RUFFIN URGES NCCU AUDIENCE TO LIVE UP TO SHFPSRO'S LEGACY 
RUFFIN LAUDS CENTRAL FOUNOER: SHEPARO KEPT WOLF FROM DOOR 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. MCDOUGALD GYMNASIUM 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION COMPLEX 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPO'TS 
NCCU DEDICATES COMPLEX 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. MUSEUM OF ART 

MUSEUM'S CHOICE: YOUNG ARTISTS' SHOW WORK AT NCCU 

NCCU TO SHOW GEOFFREY HDLOEP PAINTINGS 

"GEOFFREY HOLDER: PAINTER" 

THIS ARTIST A MAN QF MANY TALENTS 

COLORFUL IHPR^SSInNS: A NEW ROUTE TO BROADWAY? 

FRO" HOLDER. WAITING WOMEN, D'APEO WITH COLOR 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE &RA^)TS 

"AFTERNOON OF ART' PLANNED 

ART RECEPTION SALUTES EXHIBITION AND PATRONS 

PHUTOGRAPHY SUBJECT OF FREE EVENT 

PHOTOGRAPHERS TO DISCUSS WORKS "Y U.S. RLACKS 

NCCU PANELISTS DISCUSS CHANGES IN PHOTOGRAPHY 

PENDERGRAFT ELECTED TO MUSEUMS PQARO 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. N^H UNIV. THEAT'E 

SFE ALSO V'.C. CENTRAL UNIV. OEPT. OF DRAMA 
"PURLIE" TO OPEN OCT. I AT NCCU 
GALA OPENS 'PURLIF' 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND PECREATION COMPLEX 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. MCDOUGALD GYMNASIUM 
SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPCIS 

CENTRAL 10 DEDICATE NEW BUILDINGS 

NCCU DEDICATES CQMPLtX 

NCCU TO NA.-IE PUILDINGS HONORIiG WALKER, UR- EDMONDS 

WALKER SAYS NCCU'S GROWTH PROJECTIONS HAY 6= TOO HIGH 

DURHAM EVENTS TO OPEN, END OLYMPIC FEST 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

TYRHNZA RICHMOND NAMED CHANCELLOR OF M.r. CENTRAL 

APPOINTMENT OF RICHMOND GIVES FACULTY CHANCF TO UNITE, .. 

LONG: LEGISLATURE SHOULD EYE HIGH INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

NCCU GIVES YOUTH A HEAD START IN COMPUTERS 

NCCU HAKES MBA COURSES MORE FLEXIBLE 

NCCU AIDS HOSPITAL IN MARKfcTIMG SURVEY OF PATIENTS 

PATIENTS RATE HOSPITAL MOSTLY GOOD IN SURVEY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

NCCU GETS LOW MARKS ON TEACHEl EXAMS 

ID SCHOOLS TOLD 10 SHAPE UP TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

A JUST EDUCATION REVIEW 

NCCU HOARD TOLD ENROLLMENT UP, STUDENTS BETTER OUALIFIED 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF law 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF RUCK LAWYERS 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

NCCU NIGHT LAW SCHOOL RAISING STANDARDS H ! 

NCCU 'MOOT' LAW TEAM TOPS IN AREA S 2 



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1/01/66 



INDEX 
lZ/3l/«6 



SUBJECTS 



l/C/"? 



NCCU LAW TEAM TASTES REAL LEGAL wnRLD 

FFhFR LAW GRAOS PASS N.C. BAR EXAM 

3 OF 12 CENTRAL GRADS PASS 8A^ 

STUDENTS HONING LEGAL WITS FOR NATIONAL CONTEST 

NCCU LAW STUDENTS FIGHT LOSS OF FARMS "-'"""=^' 

J^??M^.",.,'J^J" '-'" SCHOOL -^EAN C=TS AWARD 

'^59^.w'ri^„^°'""^'' ASSOCIATE LAW OEA'l 

ASSOCIATE DEAN NAMED FOB NCCU LAW SCHOOL 

71* OF NCCU LAW STUDENTS PASS bAS EXAM '" 

TRIANGLE LAW STUDENTS ACE BAR EXAM 

BAR EXAM SCORES SIGN OF PROGRESS AT NCCU 

S^SnEhrnlJ^^^SJ^EKy^"" ""*'" ""^ U^"^6LFISH EFFORTS 

'•'•^§;3f??u"'^y;Ni^?DTB?^i*sii?gS'^^'°^^ 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SCHOOL OF LAW. DEAN 

WESTERFIELO IS NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN 
NEW NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN CHOSEN 

'•'• iL^^c'?5hNyc''A^GE'SS?K°^Sf,c''8?'5c\r?A;r°^"'^'™ ''''"" 

£?f,'^''.'9ST' ''^'"''" LAWi WILL BE AIRED 
NCCU LIBRARY COLLOUUIUH IS APRIL 5 
LIBRARY SERVICES PROGRAM SET AT CFNTRAL 
NCCU LIPKARY ALUMNI TO HEFT 
FORUM WILL FOCUS ON VIOLENT CRIME 

"'•'^?^f^t"'?"-,'JNIV. SCHOOL OF NURSriG 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF NURSING 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS 

SEE ALSO FOWLING 

SEE ALSO BULL CITY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

tif il^l?. Jl-f* "NTRAL UNIV. MCODUGALO GYMNASIUM 

NCCU PICI^s'TOP^lTiLEIES^" ''"^^■"'- EDUCATION AND RECREATION COMPLEX 
reports: ATHLETES' GRADUATION RATE OUTPACES OTHER! 

''•''• ';lf;J??Vc"5*iy;r?fy''J5j basketball (heni 

JENNETTE TRIGGERS EAGLES* ROUT 
EAGLES WIN EASILY 

EAGLES Even record 

UNION UPENDS EAGLES 

CENTRAL FALTERS AFTER BIG RALLY 

JENNETTE PACES EAGLES 

SMITH NIPS EAGLES 

5EN\'E'Ttrt!^'s%'iL^J°""^-"'^"'""=^°'^ 
CAUE LEADS ACT OVER CENTRAL 
JENNETTE SPARKS IMPROVING EAGLES 
N.C. CENTRAL 59, WSSU 58 
JENNETTE LIFTS EAGLES 
!^:5,v£ENTRAL 86. BOWIE ST. 67 
EAGLES PUNISH BULLDOGS 
EAGLES TRIP ST. AUG'S 

EAEtll I?e"IlAy%Is""""'- ^""" 5"™ 
EAGLES WIN 6TH STRAIGHT 
EAGLES EXTEND STRING 

c^fl^=?°!;i-i J";!'"' 5ETS UP SOUTHERN DUEL 

EAGLES ONE STEP FROM PLAYOFFS 

MIKE BERNARD WORKS MIRACLE WITH EAGLES 

MIKE BERNARD COACH OF THE YEA^ IN CIAA 

EAgCeS F?u"BY'EIGHr"^'-''^' ="" '=°'' CIAA SOUTHERN TITLE 

EAGLES FALL IN TOURNEY 

EAGLES FACE GRAMBLING AGAIN 

•TO THE HOOP Y-ALL': ACC TEA 

EAGLES' SIGHTS SET HIGH 

EAGLES SET SIGHTS HIGH 

c?!=r;5 ?8 '■"'^5 BLUE OVER WHITE 

EAGLES LOOK TO SOAR IN CIAA 

EAGLES OPEN TONIGHT 

EAGLES DOWN VIRGINIA STAT'^ 

EAGLES PREPARE FOR FRJNCIS MARION 

PATRIOTS WINNERS IN EAGLES' NEST 

POOR SHOOTING IS COSTLY TO EAGLi^S 

HAMPTON 71, N.C. CENTRAL 66 

HAMPTON SURGE STOPS EAGLES 

ACC TRIP SEEKS HOME COOKING 

TALLY, MITCHELL POWER NORFOLK ST. 

NORFOLK RIPS NCCU 

EAGLES OPEN BULL CITY PLAY 

CENTRAL'S EAGLES AIM FOR 'BULL CITY' CROWN 

EAGLES NIP LIVINGSTONE IN BULL C Ty 

EAGLES SOAR INTO TITLE GAME 

i;?|-p5 FINALLY PULLISH ON TITLE 

i'^til Sir^^^/gr" ""^^ ^"* '"'' 

EAGLES END LONG DROUGHT WITH WIN OVER SAINT PAUL'S 



TEAMS, NCCU BEGIN DRILLS 



6n-«7; NCSU IWI 73, WFU 66 
'HAPPY HILL' DREAM 



"'•'^* Nrrn''fb,'^lli^-ul''°5.'5'.8*S'<ET8ALL (WOMEN) 

nE'cU IKl IJ; "bI;,?4I! :?= "-^'^burg ,w. 

NCCU IWI 97, FAY. ST. 78 

N.C. CENTRAL'S FULMORE FULFILLING A 

CENTRAL WOMEN IN CIAA SEMIS 

FULMORE LEADS NCCU WOMEN 

UNC OVERCOMES GA. TFCH IN OT 

NCC'S^S ^ytM3R%' 1t:'° '° ALL-AMERICA TEAMS 

NtcS\§5^S Vl.WUl'ltV '"' °"''"' """' '^'""5 OUT 
HAMPTON (Wl 9"), N.C. CENTRAL <■ <, 
HAMPTON SURGE STOPS EAGLES 
"^[■fl FINALLY BULLISH ON TITLE 

llim Eir^L^"!?^ '"'' ''"' ''"' 

EAGLES END LONG DROUGHT WITH JIN OVER SAINT PAUL'S 

*'•'-• £!'!!If,fl'- "t*'"' SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

PATTON, KEARNEY IN ALL-STAR CLASH 
P'^fl,SKSF-"*''OED IN SPRING GaSf" 
LATTIMORE LAN'T WAIT AS EAGLE': TRY TO Fl Y 
JfR'APINS TABBED FUR ANOTHER TITLF 
N.C. CENTRAL PRACTICE OPENS WITHOUT OAKIFV 

iHE;-ghF"----°« °"""°" 

NCCU key: DEFENSE, BALANCE 

ff5tf5 fOPE HARVEY'S ARM TICKFT TO WINNING SEASON 

LATTIMORE LIKES EAGLES' CHANCES AGAINST HIS aCmJ^MATER 







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1/06/86 
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1/13/06 
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1/16/86 B 
1/19/86 C 
1/20/86 
1/21/86 U 
1/2A/P6 
1/26/86 C 
1/27/86 
2/01/86 
2/01/86 
2/07/86 
2/11/86 
2/10/86 
2/13/66 
2/13/06 
2/16/86 
2/17/86 
2/18/86 _ 
2/18/36 D 
2/20/86 ■ 
2/21/86 
2/23/86 
2/2A/86 
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11/16/86 B 
11/18/66 D 
11/24/86 D 
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11/28/86 D 
11/30/36 B 
12/01/86 
12/02/06 D 
12/02/86 D 
12/03/86 D 
12/0<./86 D 
12/0'./86 C 
12/05/86 c 
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12/31/B6 



SUBJECTS 



1/00/17 



BIG GOAL 



LIVINGSTONE 
50-17 



HARVEY FOB HEISMAN: LOW BUDGET, 

EAGLES FACE TOUGH FOE 

EAGLES PLAN TO CKASH TIGEFS" HOLY DAY 

NCCU OPENER MATCHES OLD FRIENDS 

EAGLES FALL DESPITE RE CORO-S ET T I NG NIGHT 

EAGLES" NUHRERS ADD TO CONFIDS'SrE 

EAGLES FLY, BUT NOT QUITE TO VICTORY 

MASSEY'S SUMMER LESSON LEARNED 

SOME FAGLFS WILL CELEBRATE HCECQUING VS. 

EAGLE AIR SHOW HITS CHARLOTTE 

EAGLES TAKE TO THE GROUND IN TRAPPING THE BEARS. 

EAGLES' OFFENSE DISCOVERS TIHFLY RUNNING ATTACK 

EAGLES HEAVY FAVURITE VS. ST. PAUL'S 

MONTGOMERY AT CENTER OF EAGLES' GOOn FURTUNE 

EAGLES AT HOME AGAINST SAINT "AUL'S 

EAGLES SOAR TO NEW LOWS AS FLAGS WAVE IN <,Z-1S WIN 

FLAGS. FOOTBALLS FLEW AT NCCU 

EAGLES OVERCOME REFS. ST. PAUL'S 

BRIGHT LIGHTS WON'T KEEP EAGLES' EYES OFF TIGERS 

EAGLES NO LONGER IN AWE OF TIGERS 

GRAM8LING WARY OF 'WISER' EAGLES 

MCNEILL FEELS EAGLES ARE READY 

REMATCH MINUS LAST YEAR'S HYPE 

EAGLES CAN'T GET OVER HILLISI, FALL TO TIGERS 

GRAMBLING SWEATS OUT WIN VS. EAGLES 

EAGLES' mission: ERASE "ISCUES, MISFIRED MISSILES 

FAYETTEVILLE TESTS EAGLES IN NEW RULE 

BFTHEA READY FO" 'HOMECOMING' 

EAGLES' LINE DIGGING IN TO PROTECT HARVEY 

DIVISION II PLAYOFF DRIVE IN EAGLES' EYE 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL UNDER THE LIGHTS 

EAGLES BREAK BRONCOS BEHIND CLARK. HARVEY 

NCCU SCRATCHES NORFOLK 

CLARK. HARVEY LEAD EAGLES' PARADE 

CENTRAL. NORFOLK DROP GAME 

NCCU. NORFOLK DROP GA"E 

'THE SEASON': ONCE AGAIN, w- S STATE BATTLE DECIDES HOW FAR EAGLES FLY 

CENTRAL NEEOS 'MAJOR' VICTORY 

HAYES BACK HQME FOR BIG GAME 

EAGLES' SENIORS POINTING tq wI NSTON-S ALEH STATE 

EAGLES HOPE TO RAM W- S STREAK 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL UNDER THE LI'HTS 

RAMS POOT EAGLES. 22-21 

EAGLES FIND LOSS HARD TO SWALLOW 

LATTI^OPC: EAGLES WON'T GIVE UP AFTER LOSS 

EAGLES' SCHEDULE SET 

FRUSTRATED CENTRAL LOOKS TO COME BACK 

AERIAL DISPLAY EXPECTFO DURING EAGLES' ENCOUNTER 

EAGLES' YEAR ON LINE 

HARVEY. EAGLES HAVE SIGHTS SET ON PLAYOFFS 

EAGLES WANT REVENGE 

NCCU PACK FRO" TWO WEEKS OFF 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL UNDER THE LISHTS 

EAGLES' DEFENSE TAKES STAND AS NCCU POPS VIKINGS, 31-1^ 

EAGLE 'D' PUTS DAMPER ON VIKES 

RECORDS ASIDE. HANK WANTS EAGLES UP FOR BOWIE 

NCCU HEAVY FAVORITE 

EAGLES LOOK TO ADD TO BOWIE'S LOSING STREAK 

LACKLUSTER EAGLES MUZZLE DOGS. 26-7 

EAGLES LOWER SIGHTS. TAKE AIM AT FAST FINISH 

HOMECOMING KEY FOR NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL'S GOOD HANDS PEOPLE 

DEFENSE GRABS BULLS BY HORN I'l CENTRAL'S 20-10 TRIUMPH 

EAGLES' DEFENSE COMING OF AGE 

PRIDE. REVENGE ON LINE WHEN EAGLES HOST ACT 

EAGLES AIM FOR AGGIES 

BLACK CLEATS, NICKNAMES. HARD HITS 

TIGERS BACK IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT 

N.C. ACT -NCCU: EAGLES EYE STOPPING AGGIES 

BATTLE OF QBS STRICTLY ONE-SIIEO. ; _ : 

CENTRAL SNAGGED ON HUOK(ER) IN YEAR-ENDING LOSS 

ACT SOLVES MUO. ROUTS CENTRAL 

EAuLES' CLAPK A FOUR-TI"E ALL-CIAA PICK 

WHAT'S REALLY THE PROELEM WITH NCCU FOQTQALL? 

FANFARE: HARVEY A FINALIST 

NORTH DAKOTA STATE OB WINS HA'LON HILL TROPHY 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPORTS. SOFTBALL 
SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 

WHITEVILLE STAR PACES NCCU 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPURTS HALL OF =AM£ 

NCCU INDUCTING SEVEN INTO SPQP TS HALL OF FAME 
N.C. CENTRAL HALL OF FAME TO INDUCT SEVEN MEMPcRS 

N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. TOURING CHOIR 

NCCU CHOIR SETS OUT ON NORTHEASTERN TOUR 

N.C. CEREUBAL PALSY HOSPITAL 

SEE LENOX BAKCR CERFBRAL PALSY « NO CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF N.C. 

N.C. CHILD ADVOCACY INSTITUTE 

CUTS "AY HIT PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

POVERTY AFFECTING MORE AND "O^ E N.C. CHILDREN. SAY EXPERTS 

STATE'S JUDGES POWERLESS WITH UNDISCIPLINED TEENS 

PRESCHOOL CLASSES. N.C. EDUCATORS SAY. OFFER INVALUABLE START 

N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS. LICENSING REOUIREMENTS 
DAY-CARE HOMES GET NEW RULES lu'' NO INSPECTORS 

N.C. CHILD DAY CARE LICENSING POARD 

SEE N.C. Child day ca°£ commission 
N.C. citizens for business and indjstry 

SEE ALSO ruSINESSES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO industrial DEVELOPMENT. N.C. 

SEE ALSO WE THE PEOPLE OF NORTH CAROLINA IMAGA2INEI 

KENAN RECEIVES AWARD 

DURHAM BUSINESSMAN GETS GROUP'S CITIZENSHIP AWARD 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

GRAVES TC HEAD nuSINESS GROUP 

MAJOR TAX BATTLE EXPECTEU IN 1937 GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

MARTIN URGES FLEXIBILITY ON BASIC EDUCATION PLAN 

N.C. LOBBYIST WON'T OPPOSE BUSINESS TAX HIKE 

LAWMAKERS BACK PEP. UNSURE ON MARTIN BOND PLAN 

N.C. CUIL LleERTIES UNION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 
PORNO LAW TO BE TOPIC OF FQRU'l 
BANDS TO PROTEST OBSCENITY LAW 
FORUM ON PORNOGRAPHY LAW SLATED 
PANEL DEBATES N.C.'S NEW OBSCENITY LAW 
•FLECTHONIC WARDEN' PROPOSAL CRITICIZED 
HOUSE ARREST NOT 'FASCIST' 
CIVIL RIGHTS SPEECH 



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FORUM SCHEDULED ON ToeACCG AO^ 

LAWYER SAYS OPUr. TESTING A THREAT TO PEOPLE'S RIGHTS 
PANEL DEBATES CIGARETTE-AO BA>J c. rLC b Mi,nii 

fs9;.£'V"-„k'2^'""'ES UNION DIRECTOR TO RETIRE NEXT YEAR 
GRAHAV AWARD TO BE PRESENTED TO DURHAM MAN 

N.C. CHOREOGRAPHY PRDject 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 

HOME-GROWN DANCE FLOURISHES AT ADF 
CHANGES NOTED AT ADF 

N.C. CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL INC. 

SEE ALSO KEEP N.C. PEAUTIFULi INC. 
SEE ALSO LITTER 

KEEP N.C. BEAI/TIFUL ANO N.C. CLEAN PLAN TO MERGE 

N.C. CLOSEO JUNIORS TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE N.C. JUNIOR CLOSED TENNIS T? UR NJAMCNT 

"'•'-?c9''?!-JX'9'^,i'"'*"^5T THE DEATH PENALTY 
SEE ALSO ANTI-DEATH PENALTY 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCESt N.C. 

Ill StiS ?^^Jt!T?EK^^"S^c^: "'■ 

u'ilZ\I^U°.fT/hrph^iin'-H,n''\hL''''''''' """"' "°""'NG EXECUTION 
EXECUTION FOES "EG MARTIN FOR ROOK'S LIFE 

N.C. COALITION FOR CHOICE 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 

MEETING TO AIR ABORTION ISSUE 

"•'sErjtlJ'S^N^i^A^SlS'""'-'-' ■'-'- "*° t>ISABLED CHILDREN 
PARENT IDEAS SOUGHT 

N.C. COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 

11^ ifl-fS COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

^^S ^'•^J '^•f- COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

S'f- ii^Jlfi £?2!'^Sc'S OISTRa: TING DANGEROUS 
N.C. BEACHES NEED BETTER DEVELOPMENT 

'^•C- COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
^Ef„*t50 '^•C. COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 

SlyTH CAROLINIANS WARNED AGAIVST SEA WALLS 

PFttSrT'kL?!?"'iI,l'^^'n°^l'-°'' ""(^^ ^0 RELOCATE RQAD 
PERMIT DENIAL KILLS COASTAL DEVELOPMENT 

N.C. CODE OF JUDICIAL CONDUCT 
SEE ALSO ETHICS CODE 
SEE ALSO JUDGES, N.C. 

CAMPAIGN RULES MAKE PICKING JUDGES A GAMBLE 

N.C. COLLEGE 

SEE N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. 

N.C. COLLEGE FOUNDATION 

MORE LOANS AVAILABLE 

• ??^uV,'f;„.5^y''E''^'> ""-'- BE ABLE TO BORROW 

«5<, MILLION IN AID WENT TO STUDENTS IN '85 FROM N.C. COLLEGE CoUNDATinN 

N.C. COMMISSION ON INDIAN AFFAIRS 

SEE N.C. INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION 

''•'^' COMMISSION ON JOBS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO JOB TRAINING 

AREA BUSINESS LEADERS NAMED T: JOBS PANEL 
DURHAM BUSINESSMEN ON PANEL i-Anr-L 

PANEL TOLD INDUSTRIAL RUSH OVER 
DR. RICHMOND HEADS PANEL 




"•'•s4Tia'i!;?."^oJ?fl?iHSJ'""*' ^' '"^ "•5- CONSTITUTION 

G'?SR"rHl^taEK'^"SSSo''c"HS?C%'-^ • ""-EMORAT.ON 

R"ES5?^^D^?utl^l^ ""'jI^I'^JiS^^ruf^O^'IlMa^g" '"'' 
CONSTITUTION CANNOT BE FORCE FED TO PUBLIC 

c^gti^5r^;'gKN^frTb;iaS°"«^^ '^" °" "^^ 

'•'sFPfJ!E:^KS!TiC i^^HiJSrs^^S^J^^i^^l '^"""^^ 

N.C. CONGRESSIONAL CLUB 
SEE ALSO CONSERVATIVES 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CLU" 
"maJt?S ^SkiJiCJV,""'"''''^' "N^«'"UTIaNS 
??iJ'I^ CHOICE STIRS GOP FUSS 
IT'S BACK. ..AND IT'S NOT HAPPY. (CARTOONI 

N.C. CONSERVATION COUNCIL 

SEE CONSERVATION COUNCIL OF N.C. 

N.C. CONSTITUTION 

SEE ALSO AMENDMENT 3 

III Jtt8 h"u"nUJ.ln^:'l^'r^nlViVoT''- ■'^"^^^'^^ 

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tJ.'t^J^SS^-CnOL TO MOVING ELECTION YFAR 
SENATE RACE TOPS BALLOT FOR TJ ESO AY • S PR I ► 
VOTER SHOULD DEFEAT PROPOSED AMENDMENT 



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SPONSOR SA»5 UNCEOTAI'J VOTEPS SHJULO REJECT ELECTIONS CHANGF 

EARLIER RULI.'^C AfPISMED OH EXCLUDING JURORS 

SENATOR IS REQUESTING STUDY 0= STATE ELECTION PROCEDURES 

GIVE VOTERS A VOICE IN DISCUSSION OF VETO 

CHANGE URGEC IN EDUCATION LEADERSHIP 

COH"ITTEE WANTS SUCCESSION OfF BALLOT 

SENATE PANEL VOTES TO CANCEL =!EFE"ENDUH ON SUCC'=5SI0N 

N.C, AMENDMENTS BACK AGAIN 

HOUSE ENDORSES "EASURE TO ML. CONSECUTIVE TERM AMENDMENT 

AMENDMENT ON SUCCESSIVE TERMS OFFICIALLY DIES 

OEMOCPATS -COME in SENSES' 

JUDGE TO LOOK AT LEGAL ASPECTS OF EMSFZZLINC LAW 

RULING "AY JFi^ECT OWI L»W 

COLLEGES IN N.C. PUSH CONS Tt TJ TI ONAL AMENOMFNT ON BONOS 

VOTERS FACE PROPOSALS ON SCHQ-'LSi AIRPORTS 

AMENDMENT 3 SUPPORTED 

N.C.'S SEAPORTS t AIRPORTS NE=0 YOUR HELP: VOTE FOR AMENDMENT S3 (API 

HERE'S SAMPLE OF BALLOT TO EE USED I^^ DUKHAM COUNTY ON TUESOAY 

a PPOPOSEP iM=NDMENTS MAKING SECOND APPEARANCE ON BALLOT 

SAMPLE BALLOT FOR TOMORROW'S "LECTION... 

3 STATE AMENDMENTS REASONABLE PROPOSALS 

ELECTION 'a>): CONSTITUTIONAL IMRNDMENTS 

THREE AMEND-ENTS APPROVED BY VOTERS 

0':Mn(.PATS ELECTED IN ORANGE 

COLLEGES. AIRPORTS AND SEAPORTS GET PERMISSION FOR TaX-fxfmPT BONDS 

GOV. MARTIN LOSES alD TO OVERTURN LAW 

UNC POLL: TAR HEELS FAVOR VETO POWER 

POLL SHOWS SUPPORT FUR GUBERNATORIAL VETO 

N.C. CONSUMER OROTFCTION DIVISION 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER PROTECTION 

LEGAL HELP IS AVAILiBLE TO HARASSED DEBTORS 

N.C. CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION 

•-UFFIH MONSTER' DESIGNED TO PROTECT PLUMBING 
MS. MCLENOON TO HEAD GROUP 

N.C. CORRECTIONAL CENTER FOR WOMEN 
SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, PRISONERS 

BABIES BURN TO PRISON INMATES BEAR 'TERRIBLF 

LEGISLATURE SHOULD LOOK AT PRISON PROBLFHS 



N.C. COUNCIL OF Churches 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CKJRCHES 

TUTU TO TAKE PART IN SERVICE AT DUKE ON SUNDAY NIGHT 

CHANNEL 11 TO BROADCAST TUTU'S WORSHIP SERVICE 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST MINISTERS WELCOME TUTU 

SI1,7?1.1? COLLECTED CURING TJTU'S APPEARANCE 

CHURCH COUNCIL WILL SPONSOR FORUM ON POLITICS, RELIGION 

COUNCIL PREACHES TOLERATION I-J SCHOOLS 

STATE COUNCIL OF CHURCHES CDN'^EMNS BOMBING OF LIBYA 

SMIThfielD MaroR HITS HOUSING PROJE''T PLAN 

COUNCIL OF CHURCHES HAS 6 I S SJ E S ON LEGISLATIVE AGENDA 

CHURCHES LAUNCH HOUSING CRUSAOE 

N.C. COUNCIL OF GARDENING CLUBS 
SEE ALSO GARDENING, N.L. 

GARDEN CLUBS UNITE TO BEAUTIFY DURHAM 

N.C. COUNCIL OF STATE 

WARREN HOSPITSL'S REQUEST FOR AID TO REOPEN DENIED 
9-ACRE PURCHASE OK'O FOR ENO RIVER STAIF PARK 
TOP ADMINISTRATORS SHOULD SACRIFICE TOO 
COUNCIL OF STATE BACKS 20 PERCENT RAISES 
MERIT FACTOR EXCLUDED IN GOVERNOR'S PAY PLAN 
PAY RAISE dACKED for GOVERNOR, CABINET, COUNCIL 
COUNCIL UF STATE SUED OVER PUILDING DECISION 
LAWYERS FOR MARTIN, COUNCIL 0= STATE SWAP CHARGES 
MARTIN LOSES VETO SUIT 

JUDGE SAYS GOVERNOR CAN'T OVERRULE COUNCIL OF STATE 
MARTIN TO APPEAL COURT'S DECISION ON HIS AUTHORITY 
STATE WILL SPEND tlOO,OOD ON DISPOSAL SITE CRITERIA 

N.C. COUNCIL ON AGING 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

N.C. COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL 015 A'> IL ITI ES 
SEE ALSO DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIFs 
SUPPORT IS CONNECTION 

HUMAN SERVICES "ODEL PROGRAM c 39 DISABLED SET TO START AT RTp 
GROUP AIMS TO UPGRADE SERVICE' FDR DISABLED 

DAVIDSON Care for handicapped seeks funds 
N.C. council on economic education 

N.C. EDUCATORS STRESS BASIC ECONOMICS COURS'^S 

N.C. COUNCIL ON ThF HOLOCAUST 
SEE ALSO "THE HOLOCAUST" 

STATE COUNCIL ON HOLOCAUST GETS TO WORK 

N.C. COURT OF APPEALS 

SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

COURT UPHOLDS JUDGMENT AGAINST DUNN 

SENTENCE OVERTURNED ON NUMBER QF CHARGES 

N.C. APPEALS COURT RULES ON DURHAM LARCENY CASE 

SEN. ROYALL, HOMEOWNERS LOSE "MFRALD ISLE EFFORT 

EMERALD ISLE WINNER IN RAMp-6=ACH CASF 

193S MURDER CONVICTION OVFRTURNFO 

NEW TRIAL QRUFREO FOR MAN WHO FOUGHT PULICE IN HIS HuME 

PAYMENT FHR »ORK-CELATED EAR DAMAGE MAY SE EASIER 

DISBARRED LAWYER LOSES APPEAL TO RECOVER LICENSE 

COUNCIL OF THE BLIND LOSES FIGHT OVER BINGO 

N.C. SUPREME COURT REVERSES ALAMANCF MAN'S CONVICTION 

COURT DISMISSES SUIT OF HOSPITAL mimjgeR 

COURT RULES ON INSURANCE, 3RD PARTIES 

STATE COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ASSAULT CASE 

COURT RULING BREAKS NEW L=GAL GROUND 

ERROR--Nur SY"PATHY — IS COURT'S SEARCH 

COURT QF APPEALS ORDERS NEW T'liL IN PERSON COUNTY SHOOTING DEATH 

COURT SAYS INTENT TO DISCRIMINATE MUST "c SHOWN... 

COURT REFUSES TO EXPAND LEGAL DEFINITION TO INCLUDE FETUS 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS PERMIT = OR CANE CREFK 

MURDE'' SENTENCES UPHELD 

STANDING UP FOR TR UTm 

COURT DECLINES TO REVIEW OVERTURNED CONVICTION 

LANDOWNER UNSURE OF NEXT STEP IN FIGHT 

BURLINGTON ZONING CASE SENT BACK TO C"URT 

GREENSBORO JUDGE CHALLENGES I'JCUMOENT FOR APPEALS COURT post 

COTTON "ILLS TOLD TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS 

TOBACCO BAN AT SCHOOLS IS UPHELD 

COURT UPHOLDS S3 MILLION JUDGMENT 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN WINS SUIT 

DURHAM MAN'S BYSSINOSIS CLAIM UPHELD 

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lj/31/n6 



SUBJECTS 



l/o-J/ny 



COURT ORDERS BENEFITS 

J?Sc,S?f''L'"?r';i KfVItW 4CPEAL IN CANE CREFK CONDEMNATION CASE 

LAliSUIT AGAINST JIM HUNT SHOULD HAVE BEEN DISMISSED, COURT RULES 

TRAUMATIC CUSTODY FIGHT MAY B= COUNTY'S LONGEST ^-^UKi Kuuti 

WHICHARD PLANS TO SEEK STATE SUPREME COURT SEAT 

MRS. BILLINGS NAMED NEW N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE 

?S£^ f9°.li''^- JUDGESHIPS CALLED LIVELIESl'lN HISTORY 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS ARSON CONVICTION 

ARSON CONVICTION UPHELD 

1763,617 JUDGMENT OVERTURNED 

hHICHARD UNRUFFLED BY MARTIN'S CHOICE OF REPUBLICAN JUDGES 

PAROLEE BLASTS JUDGE WHO SENTENCED HIM TO i.A YEARS •'"""=^ 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS LAWS RULING BINGO 

MOORMAN WINS APPEAL ON RAPE CONVICTION 

MOORMAN WINS APPEAL; 12-YEAR SENTENCE STANDS 

MORMAN DECISION IMPLIES RAPE VOT A SERIOUS CRIME 

DANGEROUS PRECEDENT SET IN MOtlRMAN CASE 

MRS. MORRIS, RETIRED JUDGE, DIES AT 6A 

RETIRED COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE MURRIS 

COURT SAYS DOT NOT NEGLIGENT IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED FOR BURLINGTON man 

JUDGE OPDEKS MRS. BULLOCK TO 5EGIN SERVING SENTENCE 

HIGH-POWERtO POLITICS NEW TWIW IN JUD I C I AL R ACES 

MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD IN SPLIT VOTE 

THURMOND CAMPJIGNS FOR BROYHILL AND COBEY 

WOMAN GETS LITTLE HELP from U.S. JUSTICE SYSTEM 

Z2 CONVICTIONS ARE OVERTURNED IN BRFAK-INS CASE 

COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS CONVICTION IN KIDNAPPING CASE 

MORE OPENNESS. NOT LESS, NEEDED IN N.C. 

ORR WILL STAY ON COURT OF APPSALS 

NORTH CAROLINA TOWNS BATTLE OVER ANNEXING SAME LAND 

COURT OVERTURNS ONE OF LAWYER'S SENTENCES 

EXUM, WHICHARD, WEBB TAKE OFFICES 

BOARD ORDERED TO REVIEW TEACHER'S FIRING 

COURT DENIES FOUR APPEALS 

S''i''^15„??'^y^5^ ^° POSTPONE CtlBLE'S CERTIFICATION DENIED 

N.C. APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS OBSCENITY LAW 

N.C. COURT OF APPEALS, ELECTIONS 

JUSTICES, JUDGES TO FACE OPPO'ITION 

APPELLATE CANDIDATE INJECTS A RARE ISSUF 

1^^^^,?"^^ "^f5 BALLOT FOR TJESOAY'S PRIMARY 

JUDGE SARAH PARKER INCUMBENT, N.C. COURT OF APPEALS (ADl 

INCUMBENT WINS APPEALS COURT^ACE "''I'tALi lAUl 

DEMOCRATS PREPARE FOR COURT RACES 

MERIT SELECTION OF JUDGES MAY GET NEW IMPETUS 

WE CAN BE PROUD OF JUDGE EDDIE GREENE. IAD 

2!oS9?,iI5„°9"I'**TE RACES FOR SUPREME COURT POSTS 

MARTIN'S PLEAS GO UNHEEDED AS DEMOCRATS ELECTED JUDGES 

N.C. COURTS COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO COURTS, N.C. 

REVISION OF JUDICIAL ELECTIONS URGED 
LIMITS ARE PROPOSED ON BYPASSED APPEALS 

N.C. CREDIT UNION COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO CREDIT UNIONS 

ED POPE REAPPOINTED TO COMMISSION 

N.C. CREDIT UNION LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO CREDIT UNIONS 
SUPPORT RECEIVES THANKS 

N.C. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING AND STANDARDS COUNCIL 

sys::iM" 5gFS'L^'rwi^si§\'?ST?ifc^T^^«-^''""""'^^' ^^"^'^'"^^ 

N.C. CULTURE WEEK 

SEE CULTURE WEEK IN N.C. 

N.C. DANCE ALLIANCE OF DURHAM 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

WUNC GETS BENNETT 'AIRES' FOR BIRTHDAY 

N.C. DANCE THEATRE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

N.C. DEBUT FOR MOULTON DANCE 

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES AT UNC OPENS OCT. 30 

N.C. DAY CARE COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. CHILD DAY CARE COMMISSION 

N.C. DAr CARE LICENSING OFFICE 

SEE CHILD CARF CENTERS, LICENSIMG REQUIREMENTS 

N.C. DEATH PENALTY RESOURCE CENTFR 
SEE ALSO ANTI-DEATH PENALTY 
SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

•A LIFER': HAPPY LAWYER HAS JD B HE BELIEVES 

N.C. OFBUTANTE BALL 

SEE ALSO DEBUTANTES 

ANNUAL DEBUTANTE BALL TO BE H^LO IN SEPTEMbFR 
YOUNG WOMEN IN N.C. DEBUTANTE B«LL 
DURHAM DEBUTANTE WILL ASSIST IN BALL 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C. 

SANFORD: 'DEMOCRATS PARTY OF COMMON S^NSE' 
S?yj,J"^'*5°'' "URTS PARTY, WILTER TELLS N.C. DEMOCRATS 
DEMDCRATS LESSEN INTERNAL BIC<ERING ut"JLi<Aii 

5JS£'^S°i UNITY WILL PREVENT DEFECTIONS 
DEMOCRATS FIND UNITY, LOSE PI?AZZ 
DETERMINED DEMOCRAT HAKES POI'IT 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTED 
SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C. 

DEMOCRATS BACK WHICHARD FOR STATE SUPREME COURT 

N.C. OEPT. OF ADMINISTRATION 

STATE COULD GET 'PROTON BUSTER' 

ASBESTOS REMOVED FROM STATE BJILDING UNDER RENOVATION 
N.C. OFPT. OF AGPICULTURF 

lii ?M2 .^'J' AGRICULTURAL FINAVICE AUTHORITY 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE 
SEE ALSO U.S. OEPT, OF AGRICULTURE 

Psrr-/p'«"'-!""«°^?^^'« "^«=""o^'N-STPATOR 

;!A^j^^M"U"SiM?S'!§'f^iAjiS°P§??'' ""'"' '" ^"^--"Sro 

fSSm^JSJS IS?SS'R?T?'=^![;*hK"S' '=0LL0WED CROP'S HISTORY 

LEGISLATURE PUTS STATE IN FARM-LOAN BUSINESS 

FEDERAL JUDGE CLEARS WAY FOR N.C. PES T K I PE TP I AL 

HAY, THANKS! THOUSANDS OF DONATED BALES OF HAY ARRIVED YESTERDAY IN N.C. 



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7/16/B6 

7/20/66 

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7/31/(16 

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8/06/86 

3/08/66 

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B/I<»/86 

8/20/66 

9/03/66 

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9/10/R6 

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9/13/66 

9/17/66 

9/17/86 

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10/30/66 

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11/19/66 

ll/l'>/e6 

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11/27/66 

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12/17/86 

12/17/86 

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2/JA/B6 

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12/31/n6 



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"AGE fO 

i/c/ev 



ALAMANCE OFFICIALS CALL TO GET HAY OISTRIBUTED 
ECONUXIST: SOME FAR4Ei^S HURT, BUT NOT PRODUCTION SYSTEM 
GOOnER GROWERS PUSHING PEANUTS 

N.C. DEPT. OF COMMERCE 

SFE ALSO U.S. OEPT. OF COMMERCE 

COMMtPCE CHIEF EXPECTS SO-SO YEAR 

STUDY SEES "PHANTOM JOBS" WITH NEW INDUSTRIES 

GOV. MARTIN SAYS STATE'S ECONOMY GENERALLY SOUNO 

MORE OEFENSE DOLLARS SOUGHT F:iR N.C. FIPHS 

STATE OFFICE PROVIDES ANSWERS TO FOREIGN QUESTIONS 

FEDERAL PANEL WILL TOUR DROUGHT-STRICKEN STATE 

3 DURHAM GROUPS GET GRANTS 

N.C. FIOMS URGED TO CONSIDER TRADE FAIR IN JAPAN 

N.C. OEPT. OF COMMERCE. SECRETARY 

STATE'S COMMERCE SECRETARY QUITTING 

MARTIN 'TALKED WITH" BROYHILL ABOUT N.C. CUMMERCE POST 

POPE APPOINTED CUMMERCE HEAD 

POPE. BROYHILL NAMED TO STATE POSTS 

N.C. DEPT. OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES AMD TECHNICAL INSTITUTES 
SEE ALSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYST^^M 

SCOTI URGES COOPERATION TO BATTLE EDUCATION CRISIS 
PIEDMONT TECH SMALL BUSINESS CENTER PLANNED 
PIEDMONT TECH RECEIVES JB.OOO GRANT FOR WOMEN'S PROGRAM 
CFTI EYFS NEW FRAUD POLICY 



N.C. DEPT 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
CORP 
CORR 
JUDG 
INMA 
MS 

PR IV 
INMA 
N.C 
MECK 
'BRI 
ORANi 
RAPI 
PSYC 
PLAN 
WAY 
STAT 
REPO 



OF COR 
SO N.C 
SO PRISO 
ECTION 
ECTIONS 
E ORDERS 
TES STAG 
MCLENDON 
ATE PRIS 
TE LOSES 
OFF IC la 
LEN9URG 
CK" BUIL 
GF FSCAP 
STS SHOU 
HDLOGICA 
REORGA 
SEEN TO 
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RT PROPG 



RECTIONS 
DIVI SION 
NS, N.C. 
FFICIAL 
DEPARTME 
LEGAL S 
E wr^RK S 

TAKES C 
ONS SEEN 

JOGGING 
LS FEAR 
SHERIFF 
OS CHARA 
EE ONCE 
LDN"T BE 
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NIZE CRI 
SAVE ON 
SAVE ON 
SES CRIM 



OF PRISOMS 

GIVES SPACEY ANALYSIS OF DEPARTMENT 

NT AUDIT CITES WEAKNESSES 

ERVICES FOR INMATES 

TOPPAGE AT CALEDONIA 

OURSE 

SAVING N.C. 11.8 MILLION 
TRIP RIGHTS 
LEGAL ACTION OVER PRISON CONDITIONS 
SAYS HE WAS SET UP 
CTER 
FACED DEATH SENTENCE 

OUT ON WORK-RELEASE 
ING DONE ON PRISONERS 
MINAL SERVICES 
INMATES" MEDICAL FEES 
HEALTH CA3E WITHOUT CONSULTANT 
INAL JUSTICE REORGANIZATION 



N.C. DEPT. OF CQRRFCTIONS, EMPLOYEES 

SIX PEOPLE INDICTED IN '5EATIN'. OF TWO INMATES 
FIVE Of SIX PLEAD INNOCENT IN BEATING CASE 
PRISON EMPLOYEES WARNED AGAINST CURSING AND SLURS 

N.C. DEPT. OF CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 
SEE ALSO CRIME COMMISSION, GOVERNOR'S 
SEE ALSO CRIME PREVENTION 

AID IS SOUGHT FOR BATTERED WO^EN 
SENTENCING OPTIONS MAY ADD EXPENSES 



N.C. 



DEPT. OF CULTURAL RESOURCES 
CALL-IN SHOW SET 



N.C. DEPT. OF ECONOMIC RESOURCES 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES ANO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

N.C. DEPT. OF EDUCATION 

SEE N.C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

N.C. DEPT. OF HEALTH 

SFE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N.C. OEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO BLIND 
SEE ALSO JAILS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF 

RULES APPROVED FOR PREGN 

STATE OKS FUNDS FOR SEX 

HELICOPTER SERVICE OK'O 

BBB CHIEF ASKS PROBE OF 

APPEAL PROCESS DELAYING 

DURHAM WOMAN ON TASK FQR 

DUKE'S KIDNEY SMASHFR RF 

DUKE SEEKS REVERSAL OF L 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY OVE 

USE OF KIONEY-STONE S"AS 

GETTING DELINQUENTS PSYC 

LACK OF ACTI VITI ES AND C 

PREGNANCY PREVENTION PRO 

PERSON COUNTY HOSPITAL W 

HOUSE OKS BILL TO LET DU 

DURHAM DAY-CAPE CENTER F 

VACCINE MEASURE ENACTED 

INSTRUMENT FALLS OFF PLA 

OFFICIALS SEEK NEW PUBLI 

STATE EXPANDS HEALTH SEP 

DURHAM SOCIAL SERVICES R 

PANEL TO INVESTIGATE WIL 

5 NAMED TO FETAL ALCOHOL 

WAY SEEN TO SAVE ON INMA 

RADON SURVEY STARTS NEXT 

STATE COULO SAVE ON HEAL 

<. FROM DURHAM ON AIDS PA 

BETHESOA RESIDENTS PUSH 

ELIGIBLE FAMILIFS URGED 



N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, BUDGET 

MAHTIM'S BUDGET CUTS REQUEST ON PROGRAMS FOR METALLY ILL 

KIRK SUPPORTS SLOCK GRANT APPROACH TO COUNTIES FOR SOCIAL SERVICE. 

N.C. OFPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FACILITY SERVICES 
DUKE MAY ADD h OPERATING ROOM"; 
DRUG-At)USE CENTER RECEIVES LICEMiE 
STATE TO PRESS EFFORT TO CLOSE NURSING HOME 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF HEALTH SERVICES 
SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 

N.C. OEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF SERVICES TO THE BLIND 
STATE STUPS SELLING CRAFTS MAOE BY 1LIN0 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 
SEE ALSO VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION OFFICE OFFERS ASSISTANCE IN MANY WAYS 

N.C. DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 



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H 2 12/02/86 A 1 



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H I 7/l<)/fl6 C 

H 2 7/21/36 A 

S 2 10/08/86 A 



YOUTH SERVICES 

ANCY OREVENTION PLANS 

COUNSELING 

FOR MFMORIAL HOSPITAL 

FUND DRIVE 

NURSING HOMF ADDITIONS, LEGISLATIVE PANEL TOLD 

CE 

QUEST FOU PATIENTS DENIED AGAIN BY STATE 

ITH0T5 IPTER RUL ING 

RTURN BAN ON CONTRACEPTIVES IN SCHOOLS 

HER OF SERVcS OK 

HIATRIC HELP PROVED FRUSTRATING 

OSIS CITED IN NURSING BED CHANGE 

GRAM GETS *30,000 AWARD 

ILL APPEAL DECISION 

KE USF KIDNEY-STONE MACHINE 

INEO t 1,5D0 

TFQRM AT DU PONT, CAUSES 'MELTDOWN" 

C HEAL TH LAB 

VICES IN THREE COUNTIES 

ECOGN' ZED FOR INNOVATION. INITIATIVE IN 3 AREAS 

LIE M CHARGES 

SYNDROME PANEL 
TES" MEDICAL FEES 

WEEK IN SOD HOUSES 
TH CA^E WITHOUT CONSULTANT 
NEL 

FOR S^WER SYSTEM 
TO APPLY FOR FOOD STAMPS 



S 7 


1/ 0/86 


A 


1 7 


1 




S 7 


3/ 2/86 


A 


16 


N 




H ? 


4/ 2/86 


B 


4 


N 




H 2 


6/ 8/66 


1 


\ 


N 




S 2 


6/ 4/86 


A 


3 


N 




H ? 


6/ 6/86 


A 


1 ' 


N 




H ? 


6/28/86 


A 


t ■" 


N 




H 2 


6/28/66 


A 


I"- 


N 




H 2 


7/10/86 


A 


16 


N 




H 7 


7/l')/B6 


( 


1 F 


W27 


H ? 


8/15/86 


H 


1 


'1 


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S 2 


9/lR/e6 


A 


4 


F 




H 2 


9/0S/R6 


h- 


I P N 


310 


H 3 


10/26/86 


1 


1 


fl 




H 2 


11/21/36 


A 


2.' 


N 




S 2 


11/27/66 


H 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


U/20/86 


A 


12 


N 




H 7 


5/30/36 


C 


A 


N 




H 1 


6/U6/86 


h 


t. 


N 




H 2 


12/0'./86 


t 


6 


N 





S 2 3/07/86 C 1 N M69 
S 2 3/26/86 A 16 N 



S 2 8/07/86 9 



H 2 


1/02/86 


e 3 ^ 




S 2 


1/25/86 


A 


N 




H 3 


2/01/8t> 


c 


N 


= 10 


S 2 


2/06/86 


c 


N 


W62 


H 1 


3/01/86 


c 


N 




S 2 


5/07/86 


A 1 = 


N 




H 2 


5/31/86 


c 


N 


C60 


H 2 


6/03/86 


c 


N 


C60 


S 2 


6/0<./B6 


A I 


J 




S 2 


6/12/86 


A i 


E 




H 2 


6/15/86 


c 


N 


S82 


H 1 


6/2<./86 


B 


N 


Sd" 


H 2 


6/27/86 


B ( 


N 


J 40 


H 1 


6/23/86 


c 


N 




H 2 


7/02/86 


B 


N 


X30 


S 2 


7/08/86 


A 


N 


M06 


H 2 


7/17/66 


D < 


N 




H 2 


7/19/86 


C 


N 


H95 


S 2 


9/17/86 


C / 


N 




H 2 


9/20/86 


B 


N 




H 2 


9/24/86 


A 1 


P N 




H I 


10/15/86 


C 


^1 




S 2 


10/16/86 


A 1 


N 




H 2 


1 1/21/86 


A 2 


N 




H 2 


I 1/27/86 


E 


N 


C6n 


S 2 


11/27/86 


3 1 


N 




S 2 


12/23/86 


A 


r N 




S 2 


12/23/86 


c 


N 


■tQh 


H 2 


12/25/86 


C I 


N 




H 2 


5/30/66 


A 1 


N 




5 2 


11/21/86 


C 1 


J 




S 2 


10/16/36 


A 


N 


W82 


S 2 


12/10/86 


C 1 


1 N 




H 2 


12/2<./B6 


c 


N 


C60 



S 2 8/14/86 C 16 



H 2 10/15/86 C 



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HONTHLT/4 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/B6 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



Cage 6^1 

1/Q<)/R7 



Pr, L P rlYL 



SEE N.C. DIVISIDN OF VOUTH SERVICES 

M.C. DEPT. OF HU"AN OESOURCES. SECRETABY 

BUTNEP BOARD SNIFFING AROUND FOR RIGHT DOG ORDINANCE 

'''''SEE^ALSO°CHARlt'l'ES^^°"'"'^'' SHLICITATUN LICENSING flRANCH 

SEE ALSO SaLICITuIr'' '^^' "'"^° '^""^^ °'' ''"'^° RAISING PROJECTS C SPONSORI 

s^sl5:R'M?E^rR^?lr'!5e^^?ssr "' '°^'" ^"^'^.tor 

'•'sFrSLSO°^A?^Sg?ius'5S'^?i'?{E5?JiJKTrS.?;"''°°"^ ''''' °'""°'' 
PERMIT ISSUED FOR WASTE 

PUBLIC COMMENT NOT EXPRESSED QN INCIUERATOR 
HAZARnOUS WASTE VIOLATIONS ON RISE 

N.C. DEPT. OF INSURAN 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
MARTIN: N.C. FAC 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
LEGISLATURE WILL 
LONG: DROPPFD Pn 
INSURANCE COMMIT 
LEGISLATURE TO T 
STOPGAP IMSURANC 
LAWMAKERS FIND S 
LONG WANTS FIRMS 
INSURANCE SILL P 
LEGISLATION MAY 
NEVFH SAY 'NEVER 
LONG DELAYS NEGO 
SURCHARGE ON YOU 
LONG SAYS INSURA 
INSURANCE DEPART 
INSURANCE FIRMS 
HAIL OF CRITICIS 
SENATF CUMMITTEE 
SALE OF HEALTH I 
VOLUNTEERS WILL 
INSURANCE INDUST 



H 2 2/06/86 C 1 



CE 

ES CRISIS IN INSURANCE 

INSURANCE SESSION MULLFD 

HAVE SESSION ON INSURANCE 
ILICIES "AY HE TIP OF ICFUERG 
TEES GIVE BILL TENTATIVE APPROVAL 
?'^lit!,''^l"''"^CE PROBLEM IN SESSION THIS WEEK 
OLunON NOT SIMPLE°^^ '^ GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION OPENS 

TO SOLVE OWN PROBLEMS 
ASSES WITH EASE 
BRING INSURANCE RATE HIKE 
' AGAIN ICARTOONI 
TIATIONS ON WMS 
NG DRIVERS EY=0 

NCE NOW AVAILABLE BUT CAN BF COSTLY 
MENT AUTHORISES NFW FIRM 
FILE COMPLAINT ABOUT N.C. TAXES 
:M HITS TWO AUTQ INSURANCE PROPOSALS 

VOTES TO STRIP LABOR DEPARTMENT OF DIVISIONS 
NSURANCE TO ELDERLY UNDER SCRUTINY """^'""^ 
ADVISE ELDERLY ABOUT INSURANCE 
RY HELD FACING CRISIS OF RESPONSIBILITY 



N.C. DEPT. OF INSURANCE. COMM I S SI o'l £R 

.^"f ''„E?VZ925 "^'^'' '^E»RI'■'G ON INSURANCE-PREMIUM HIKES 

^;C. PgCTHRS ASK HEARING IN I>ISURANCE FIGHT 

?.',tL^??P'^5'^5.S'^''^ AUTHORITY FOR INSURANCE COMMISSIONER 

in,^y?'L'9,6.'^"'" ^>''*^i SAFEGUARDS FUR CONSUHFRS 

HOUSE PANFL RAISES STAKES IN INSUOANCE DEBATE 

I9"GH=R AUTT INSURANCE REGULATION CONTEMPLATED 

?M?Ml;.Jy"l-'i^S TOWARD TIGHTER INSURANCE RULES 

,'niySf^^? '^75I'„'^°T ■fORT REFQJ.vl, CONCERNS TAR HEELS. SENATOR SAYS 

LOBBYISTS: INSURANCE FIRMS COULD BE FORCED OUT 3cr-i«iu bAri 

?n>JfAc?tSlf,L?2''R,*yl"C"<''^'' ''O' INSURANCE COMMISSIONER 

iO»'ili^lOHiK'% POWER. JURY-AWARD CAPS INCREASED 

llSJf VJ^FrSot'^lciliSSEJ^ED AUTHORITY ON AUTO INSURANCE 

?cI^;tn'^'^S ^^"^ REFORM TO INSJRANCE MEASURE 

f.^.^Mj!.;?'^?"*'^^ ""-L TO LIMIT COURT AWARD 

INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER AUTHORITY 

N.C. DEPT. OF JUSTICE ■ " 

SEE N.C. JUDICIAL DEPT. 

N.C. DEPT. OF LABOR 

?..1E^I!^,!"?'"'5 WILL RE PRESENTED IN ROXUORO 
UNC OFFICIAL SAYS 8 UNAPPROVED COOLERS INDISPENSABLE 
¥jL-, ^t^.J^S^? TRADE-SECRET RUL'^ FOR HEALTH REASONS 
TEEN BUS DRIVERS CONCERN LABOR SECRETARY 

ilSSJI 'TgS?^'^I^Dlf?IEr^AL'°W^J5';Atfii^' DEPARTMENT OF DIVISIONS 
PLANI IN FRANKLINTON HONORED FOR SAFETY 

N.C. DEPT. OF LABOR, APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO GRAY WORKS INC. 

??S52'ncS2^'kg,Ji'^^''E''"'ED CRAFTSMEN, APPRENTICES 
STATE DEVELOPING NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 



N.C 



DEPT. OF LABOR, MINE AND OUARRY DIVISION 
HOWARD NAMED TQ STATE POST 



N.C. DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

SEE N.C. DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLFS 



N.C. OEPT. OF 
SEE ALSO G 
SEE ALSO L 
SEE ALSO N 
QUALITY 
STATE OF 
RHODES W 
DURHAM 
NUCLEAR 
OFFICIAL 
BURLINGT 
HOUSE TO 
POLITICA 
N.C. '•It 
NATURAL 
LEGISLAT 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
ROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING 
AND USE 

.C. MAIN STREET PROGRAM 
MAIN CONCERN OVER N.C. WATER 

A.N^s'liiTiS^^^SE?'F5^0'cHiSEF'''*'""''= ^^^'^ "^« 

g5Sp'^?l'Ti"?JiLM%g^STlD^^^ut-*^° 

S..^tX voluntary watershed plan WON'T WORK 

ON TO SEEK LESSENING OF PENALTIES IMPOSED BY STATE 

GOV. martin: DON'T USE 17 PATROL T ROOPERS FDR SECUR I TY 
u ^Mn2r''f?i'Jljn°'' "^EUD CAST SHADOW OVE R ' BE S T ' ENO FF STI VAL 
H AMONG STATES IN SPEMOING FQR ITS PARKS i-traiiVAL 

RESOURCES OEPT. FINES UNC-CH 112,700 
ORS ANGERED BY PARKS MONEY USE 



N, 



C. DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH 
SEE N.C. HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION 



N.C. OEPT. OF PUBLI 
SEE ALSO EDUCAII 

SEE ALSO N.C. an 

PUBLIC PREKIND 
RULE MAY WORK 
NEW VERSION OF 
TEACHER AIDES 
PHILLIPS: STAT 
CHAPEL HILL-CA 
CONTROVERSY OV 
LT, GOV. JORDA 
PRESCHOOL EDUC 
MAVRETIC PLAN 
OUTRAGEOUS PAY 
1A35.P MILLION 
ELIMINATING JO 
FORMER LEGISLA 
STATE TRAVEL P 
TRAVEL EXPENSE 
STATE AUDITOR 
CENTRALUEO TE 
SCARBOROUGH JO 



C INSTRUCTION 

ON 

ARD OF EDUCATION 

ERGARTEN IDEA STILL ALIVE 

HARDSHIP ON ADULT BUS DRIVERS 

TEST SEEN LIKELY tn REDUCE SCORES 
TALKING BOYCOTT OVER NEW RULE 
LSSSy-O FUND 01 Y CARE FOR <.-YEAR-GLDS 

?§"?Rn;.?VK!:','?c?,92^9'-5 second, third in per pupil spending 

f, ■■fSy'^'n^'*' CENTERS HURTS HIRING PRACTICES 

.rfn^.^rt^i'" FAILURE RATE ON TEACHER EXAM POINTS UP CRISIS 
ATION FOR HANDICAPPED STIRS QUESTIONS "'"^ "'' ' ■< I i 1 b 
"hike ''"'- '^'^- FDUCATION A HlGH-PROFILt LEADER 

SPENDING BILL -IITS MAJOR ROADBLOCK 
8 WOULD HAVE SAVED EVEN MORE 
TOR MAY GET PAY RAISE 
OLICIES TO BE RE-EXAMINED 

ABUSE UNWORTHY OF EDUCATORS 
TO BROADEN MOTEL BILLS PROBE 
ACHER PAYROLL SCRAPPED 
INS CHILD FOOD PROGRAM 



G GROUPSI 






H 2 


2/0S/F6 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/lD/(16 A 


1 


T N a 54 


H 2 


2/ll/'16 t. 


1 


M 


H 2 


3/27/B6 A 


1 3 


N -(97 


H 2 


6/I6/B6 A 


17 


H 


S 2 


2/04/R6 A 


I 


P N 


H 2 


2/05/86 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/06/86 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/08/R6 A 


8 


P N 


H 2 


2/13/86 b 


3 


N CO 


H 2 


2/17/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/18/66 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/18/86 A 


I 


N L40 


S 2 


2/18/86 A 


8 


J 


H 2 


2/19/P6 A 


1 


P H L<,n 


S 2 


2/19/86 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/21/86 A 


t* 


T T R56 


H ? 


2/21/86 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


',/0^/R6 A 


1 1 


^l 


H 7 


<./18/86 B 


6 


P N 


H 2 


•»/l'5/86 D 


't 


N 


S 7 


5/09/86 A 


S 


N 


H 2 


5/15/86 B 


1 


N L4n 


H 2 


7/10/B6 C 


9 




H ? 


8/24/96 C 


^ 


N 


H 2 


9/17/86 B 


! 


P N 


H