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12552
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Centrally located between North Carolina's three largest Universities, UNC Chapel Hill, Duke, and NC State in Raleigh, the Research Triangle, is a technologically based research center for enterprise and industrial development. Several new companies moved to the triangle over the past year including: International Business Machines Corporation, the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, and Technitrol.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 33 Issue 9, Oct 1965, p13, 20, il
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30501
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North Carolina Governor Luther Hodges argues for the maintenance of the separate but equal policies of North Carolina's public schools. In lieu of integration, Hodges calls for voluntary changes in the hands of local school boards, rather than the abandonment of the public schools system due to integration.
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30634
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North Carolina Governor Luther Hodges recommends the separation of the Highway Department and prison system. Due to problems with training and pay, there have been difficulties gaining employees for important functions for both systems. As such, Hodges believes that the Highway Department should be restricted to highway work while the prison system should stand alone.
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30791
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The North Carolina Travel Council provides leadership in the state's tourism industry, which is currently comprised of loosely related businesses and thousands of independent operators. Providing a voice for the tourist industry to the state, the Travel Council also sponsors projects such as the anti-littering campaign, 'Keep North Carolina Beautiful' Program, and an informational sign program in cooperation with the State Highway Commission.
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