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A busy schedule of boating events occurred in North Carolina's waters this fall, beginning with the South Atlantic Regatta. This was followed by Labor Day races, moth boat races, and outboard motor races in other areas such as Elizabeth City, New Bern, and Washington.
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30167
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Considered one of North Carolina's most outstanding farm and civic leaders, Edwin Pate--of Laurinburg, North Carolina--has been elected as a member of the Board of Directors for Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. a graduate of North Carolina State College and member of the Board of Trustees for the Greater University of North Carolina, Pate will aid in the direction of one of the south's most extensive business organizations.
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30169
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North Carolina farms have produced a record $795,503,000 in products in 1950. North Carolina is ranked 13th in the country in the value of its agricultural receipts. Within this, tobacco is the king of cash crops for the state.
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30168
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North Carolina is one of a few states that paid out less in unemployment security benefits than it received in 1950. Only 6% of the population required unemployment compensation, mainly due to issues with work stoppages and strikes.
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30166
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North Carolina's 100 counties vary in age from pre-Revolutionary War to early twentieth-century. In fact, thirty-two of the counties pre-date the Revolutionary War, while four of the counties pre-date 1700. North Carolina counties can also be organized into seven general eras dictated by exploration, war, population growth and movement, geographic conditions, and industrial development.
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