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30406
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North Carolina's travel and resort industry is getting an expanded Tourist Bureau. As a part of the Division of Commerce and Industry, the Tourist Bureau will embrace all fields of service from chambers of commerce and realtors to home-seekers and hotel establishment.
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30404
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Late July through September have heralded a record catch for billfish along North Carolina's southeastern coast. More sportsmen are fishing off North Carolina for big game fish than ever before, dubbing the state Game Fish Junction.
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30405
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On what was once swamp, a new development is taking place near the eastern end of the transcontinental highway in coastal North Carolina. Sea Level, 35 miles north of Beaufort, will have a modern inn on the coast with a restaurant, yacht dock, modern community hospital, private residential area, and business center.
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30412
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The United States Supreme Court has concluded that in the field of public education, 'separate but equal' no longer has a place, and segregation of children based on color has a detrimental effect. North Carolina now faces adjustment to the new legislation with number of students in schools, training of teachers and financial obligations.
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30408
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Across North Carolina, you are in convenient driving distance to take in the many attractions of autumn in the state. Surf fishing on the coast, golf in the Sandhills, and hiking and handicrafts in the western mountains offer residents and tourists an abundance of fall activities.
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30407
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With Bell Telephone Laboratories' development of a solar battery, more companies, states, and departments are looking to research the possibility of transforming solar energy into electrical energy. Functions such as solar heating are of particular interest, along with solar evaporation techniques and solar energy to create clean drinking water.
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30417
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State expenditures exceeded $190 million for the fiscal year of 1954, while revenue collections exceeded $184 million for the year. The majority of spending went to public schools and institutions of higher education, followed by state aid and charitable and correctional institutions.
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30416
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The first of what is known as the North Carolina works of the Western Electric Company was established in the state in 1946. Today, Western Electric, part of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, is expanding operations in Winston-Salem, Burlington, and Greensboro. More than 10,000 people will produce important electronic equipment for the armed services.