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for The State Vol. 19 Issue 23, Nov 1951
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Few people realize that distilling of whiskey is one of North Carolina's biggest industries, and it involves thousands of people and millions of dollars.
Despite having to watch the Palmer Memorial Institute go up on smoke, Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown, founder and president, has found that a purposeful smile and \"if you please\" are implements for crossing the color line.
The wreck of the steamship Metropolis is a catastrophe that shook America and led to the establishment of an all-year beach patrol by the Coast Guard.
The yam festival is a big affair down in Tabor City, and everybody turns out to pay honor to a crop which puts money in many a Tar Heel pocket.
In ten years, Winston-Salem's Wake Forest Medical Schools rank with the top three.