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for The State Vol. 17 Issue 23, Nov 1949
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Some of the more unusual events in North Carolina history are the judge that went to jail and the jailbird that was elected to legislature.
Hotels in North Carolina may come and go but according to satisfied customers the Yarborough Hotel in Raleigh will go on forever. Many famous people have stayed there.
The newest gadget from the Sperry Corporation is the Zero Reader and it is the latest invention for promoting safety in flying during adverse weather conditions.
Cherokee Chief Yonaguskah was responsible for what probably was the first prohibition pact ever to be signed in the United States.
In 1869, as revealed from an early booster booklet, North Carolina had more preachers than lawyers.