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B. Franklin Skinner is the vice president and general manager for Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company’s North Carolina operations. Recently, Skinner proposed a rate increase to maintain the company’s service and to keep up with growth in North Carolina. This article discusses Skinner’s background, contributions to the telephone industry, and current issues facing Southern Bell.
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32339
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In 1972, Colon Byrd, Jr., and Andrew Turik formed their own small business, Precision Cutting and Winding, Inc., to convert synthetic textile fibers products into usable fibers. Located in Kinston, their business has developed into a profitable company that is providing employment opportunities for many Lenoir County residents. This article discusses how Byrd and Turik developed the company and some of the financial challenges they faced.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 32 Issue 10, Oct 1974, p43-45, il, por
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32337
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The November electorate will contain a question asking voters to decide whether a new section should be added to Article V of the North Carolina Constitution authorizing local government entities to issue revenue bonds for the assistance of new and existing industry. This article examines the proposed bond and its implications.
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32336
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Rufus L. Edmisten, a native of Boone, has served as Chief Council and Staff Director of Senator Sam J. Ervin’s Senate Subcommittee on Separation of Powers since 1969. In this article, Edmisten discusses his candidacy for Attorney General and presents his views on key issues facing North Carolina.
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32333
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Former Attorney General, Robert Morgan, is the Democratic candidate to succeed retiring Sam J. Ervin in the United States Senate. This article describes Morgan’s political background, and his campaign on September 3 in Alamance County.
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Margaret McConnell Holt is a multimedia artist from Concord, North Carolina. Her work has been exhibited all over the world and is part of several North Carolina public art collections. This article discusses Holt’s background, artwork, and contributions to the art community.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 32 Issue 10, Oct 1974, p37-41, il, por
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32334
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William E. Stevens, Jr., is the Republican candidate for the United States Senate, and a furniture company executive by profession. This article describes Stevens’ background in business and politics, and follows his campaign in Orange County, North Carolina.
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James Carson, a native of Charlotte, resigned as Judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals to seek the office of Attorney General. In this article, Carson discusses his background and presents his views on key issues facing North Carolina.
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