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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, October 20, 1986, Page 4, Image 4

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v:4The Daily Tar HeelMonday, October 20, 1986 1 : -I : I - . 't ft-: i: : i : . r din I I 1 " 1 ( 1 5?- -V I i 5: Exploring the unknown. And coming back with answers. That's what science and medicine are all about. . , That's what makes it so newsworthy. The questions. The challenges. The testing. Getting a little closer, and then a little closer still to something that mat ters, something that makes a difference, News coverage is like that. Digging a little deeper, gathering a little more detail. Being first, but also being sure. The Durham Morning Herald delivers the news, clearly and factually. On the scene and behind the scene. You learn something. Something that matters. It might involve science and medicine. That's a special beat at the Herald. In fact, the Herald is nationally recognized as one of the first newspapers to provide a regular science and medicine section. There are other sections, too. Sports, ' business, entertainment, food, edito rials... and the daily news and features . -about the events around. us. It's news well packaged, complete, fresh every morning. Small wonder that the Herald is the only paper in the state with a reporter selected to cover Reagan's sum: mit in Iceland. If you're ready for news you can trust, call 682-8181 for subscription in formation Or in Chapel Hill call 967-6581, The Durham Morning Herald. It's the best news of the day. ' 1 1 llie.Best News Of Ilie Day taSfifti'ii miff AP Photo

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