GORDON ALLAN “”JACK”” AULIS, a North Carolina journalist died of a heart attack in Raleigh, at the age of 73. Throughout his career, Aulis worked in radio, television, and newspapers. He began his career in 1951 at The Daily Advance in Elizabeth City, N.C. He later moved to the WGAI radio station in Elizabeth City and then The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va. In 1968, he joined The News & Observer in Raleigh.

By: Vernelle Dorvil JAMES E. CHARLET, 90, former publisher and general manager of The Leaf-Chronicle, a daily in Clarksville, Tenn.,

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Sixteen students have been chosen as the 1999 Associated Press Interns. The summer internship program, is open to students of Black, Latino, Asian, and Native American decent, who are either juniors, seniors, or in graduate school. The finalist were selected from over 100 applicants nationwide.

By: Vernelle Dorvil Listed below are the names of the finalist, the Universities attended, and the AP’s host bureau location

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COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER CO.

By: Vernelle Dorvil ROBIN LORENZEN to vice president of promotions for the company, from promotion director.?(Editor & Publisher Web Site:http:www.mediainfo.com)

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EAGLE-TRIBUNE

By: Vernelle Dorvil STEVE LAMBERT to editor of the Lawrence, Mass., paper, from editor in chief of the Delaware County

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GANNETT CO.

By: Vernelle Dorvil MEREDITH A. BROKAW, founder of Penny Whistle Toys Inc. in New York City, and author of children’s

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NEWS & RECORD

By: Vernelle Dorvil LINDA AUSTIN to managing editor of Greensboro, N.C. paper, from editor of The Philadelphia (Pa.) Inquirer.ALLEN JOHNSON

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THE SUN

By: Vernelle Dorvil PAUL BARBETTA to director of customer satisfaction for circulation department at the Baltimore daily, from director of

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