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Similar to previous years, there is a remarkable agreement among forecasters as to the general direction of business activity for the coming year. The consensus is that 1962 will be a good year despite many overhanging economic problems. Many agree that 1962 has a potential to be substantially better than the previous year, but very few see the possibility of a super boom or speculative excess.
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31056
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The total enrollment in North Carolina higher education public schools has increased by 41.9% from 1946 to 1962, while the total for non-public schools has risen by 33.6%. Additionally, enrollment in public junior colleges has increased over 80% for this period.
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31061
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Even on the farm females are now the boss of the herd, but lack of male mates is resulting in better offspring. Recent refinements in artificial breeding are stirring up revolutionary trends in livestock. For example, in North Carolina, 35% of the dairy cows are bred artificially. The mechanisms of current artificial breeding utilize built-in insurance and use the best of the breeds, resulting in higher fertility and better animals, and it tends to be cheaper than traditional breeding that requires boarding of an animal.
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31060
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A growing number of North Carolina's cities, towns, and counties plan their development and growth through organizations. Community planning programs development plans and arrange solutions for growth problems, and are provided funding through Federal and state governmental grants such as the Housing and Home Finance Agency or the Division of Community Planning of the State Department of Conservation and Development.
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