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30875
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The United States is taking vital steps to strive for the goal of full equality under law for all people. Steps have been taken to strengthen legislation dealing with obstruction of justice, investigative authority for the FBI, power of the Attorney General to inspect Federal election records, programs of financial and technical aid to state and local agencies for school integration, provisions for education of children of members of the Armed Forces affected by desegregation closures, consideration of the establishment of a statutory Commission on Equal Job Opportunity Under Governmental Contracts, and the extension of the Civil Rights Commission.
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30876
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The telephone needs of North Carolina are rapidly expanding, and this has been keeping companies like Southern Bell very busy. Last year, more than 42000 telephones were gained in North Carolina, and the total cost of construction was over $21 million. New officers, cable projects, and extensions of current lines also took place in 1958.
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30874
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Many communities in North Carolina are showing their appreciation for the industries operating in their areas. Civic leaders, newspaper publishers, television and radio directors, and others offer invaluable service to industrialists as they help them become more acquainted with their communities they operate in.
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30877
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One of North Carolina's most beautiful natural attractions, Hickory Nut Falls is a plunging 400 foot waterfall flowing over granite cliffs. Hickory Nut Falls is located in Chimney Rock Park near Asheville with a trail that brings visitors to the top of the great cliffs and to the bottom of the falls.