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Material for this article is drawn from the two-volume work, North Carolina Roads and Their Builders, by Waynick and Harden, and covers the commission's history from the Craig Administration, 1915-1917, to the Holshouser Administration, 1973.
In this continuing series of articles on the various departments of North Carolina state government, Waynick discusses the workings of the Public Works Administration and Reemployment Office as it affects North Carolina.
Capus M. Waynick was a member of the State Senate and the Chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee on Constitutional Amendments in the General Assembly of 1933. As part of a two piece debate over revisions to the state constitution, Mr. Waynick offered the pro argument for amending the state constitution.
A major project of the North Carolina State Board of Health and the Zachary Smith Reynolds Foundation is in the fight against venereal disease. The state has opened more than 300 hundred clinics for the treatment of such diseases and is providing information for understanding the problem.