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for We the People of North Carolina Vol. 22 Issue 8, January 1965
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The new North Carolina Governor, Dan Moore, is a man of patience and calm deliberation and has had a distinguished public career thus far. It is expected that the business-like efficiency of the new Governor will bring sound and dedicated progress to North Carolina.
In the search for oil across the country, people have come across shell-encrusted rocks in unexpected regions. Evidence of North Carolina's development over time is seen in the geological history and fossils found throughout the state.
There was an increase of $1.1 billion or 11.4% of total property valuations for North Carolina's 100 counties from 1962 to 1963. Additionally, the average county tax rate in 1963 of $1.268 was down from the high of $1.345 for 1962.