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for The State Vol. 15 Issue 46, Apr 1948
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Years of planning and dreaming by the Durham Lions Club for creation of a permanent structure in which to carry on its program of training the blind and partially blind people of the community have come to a successful conclusion with the completion of a $6,500 semi-fireproof structure on East Main Street in Durham.
Hiwassee State Park, containing 800 acres and a number of buildings, has been created through lease of part of the old TVA village by the NC Division of Forestry and Parks. It will be open to recreational seekers with moderately priced furnished cottages available.
The Japanese cherry blossoms in Washington and the roses of Picardy have long been famed in story and song, but none of these excels in beauty like the apple blossoms in the mountains of western North Carolina.
Many interesting and dramatic events occurred during the lifetime of Governor Benjamin Smith, and even after his death his body was not permitted to rest in peace.