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12720
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According to the author, a \"Historical Triangle\" should be created in southeastern North Carolina, as the area between New Bern, Wilmington, and Morehead City have a variety of attractions appealing to the tourist. The tour could take in Tryon Palace in New Bern, followed by a tour of Wilmington, finishing with Ft. Macon in Morehead City.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 12, Nov 1961, p9, 37, il
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12721
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John Wheeler, a prominent banker in Durham, commented that Negroes should be given more opportunity for industrial training. Author Jesse Helms sympathizes with Wheeler, but takes exception with his determined support of federal legislation requiring employers to hire job applicants based on race rather than experience. Segregation is at the core of Helms' article, as he points out that many people rallying against such treatment are in fact perpetrating its continuation.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 12, Nov 1961, p26
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12725
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According to the 1961 General Assembly's education bill, North Carolina teachers' annual salaries can be as high as $5,605.50. This salary is possible if a teacher holds a Graduate Certificate and has 13 or more years of experience. In some school systems, supplements up to several hundred dollars a year can be earned in addition to an annual salary, raising the earning to $6,000 for one school year.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 12, Nov 1961, p10
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12722
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The accompanying article is a pamphlet found in the Maryland Hall of Records and printed by The State. The pamphlet discusses the location of the Province of Carolina, a description of Cape Fear, the healthfulness of the weather, and the spaciousness of uninhabited lands. Early rights for the Province list liberty of conscience, freedom of religion, and freedom from certain customs charges.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 12, Nov 1961, p12-14, map
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12724
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O. Henry, author of literary works such as, CABBAGES AND KINGS, THE FOUR MILLION, and THE HEART OF THE WEST, is buried in Asheville's Riverside Cemetery. The inscription on his tombstone lists the interred as William Sydney Porter 1862-1910, the name a mystery to those searching for the famous author under his pen-name. O. Henry was born in Greensboro.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 12, Nov 1961, p22, por
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13448
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James A. Hendley of Stanley is an inventor and manufacturer, holding 40 patents, including those on a machine gun belt and armored vest used during World War II. Beginning his career at 14 years old as a textile worker in Connecticut, Hedley moved to the textile firm Talon in Stanley in the 1950s.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 12, Nov 1961, p11, 14, por
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