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for The State Vol. 21 Issue 19, Oct 1953
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One of the fascinating opportunities in North Carolina is the profession of \"chiefing\" practiced in and around Cherokee. This is the business of putting on feathers and standing in front of some souvenir shops. Some thirty chiefs work at Cherokee tourist places.
Internationally famous and hailed as \"America's Most Modern and Spectacular New Building,\" the State Fair Arena is being dedicated at the 1953 State Fair to year round use as North Carolina's exhibit, meeting, education, recreational, and inspirational center.
Long a leader in technological developments in the South, State College has accepted the challenge of the Atomic era by pioneering in the establishment of the first non-Atomic Energy Commission research and training project in Nuclear Engineering in the country.