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11217
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In the November 6 election North Carolinians will vote to decide whether or not counties will have the local option to serve mixed drinks. This article provides information on what a \"For\" or \"Against\" vote will mean in the individual counties.
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11215
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William L. Bondurant is Governor Holshouser's Secretary of Administration, a job that is generally rated as one of the most demanding positions that the state pays a salary for. Bondurant is discussed in this ongoing series of brief profiles of major newly elected and appointed state officials.
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11216
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Thomas H. Wright, Jr. is president and chairman of the board of Wright Chemical Company located in Wilmington. He is featured in We the People of North Carolina magazine's Businessman in the News.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 31 Issue 10, Oct 1973, p14, 16, 18, por
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11220
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In 1923, J. Spencer Love formed a new textile company in Burlington and named it Burlington Mills. This year the company, now Burlington Industries, is celebrating its 50th anniversary as the world's largest textile manufacturer, with 84,000 employees and plants in 91 communities and in 10 other countries. Projected sales for this year are expected to reach $2 billion.
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11219
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Since 1960, J. Marse Grant has served as editor of the BIBLICAL RECORDER, the official journal of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. He is a longtime leader in the fight against liquor by the drink in the state. He discusses why voters should defeat the issue.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 31 Issue 10, Oct 1973, p26, 50-51, por
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11218
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Ryan is chairman of the statewide Citizens for Choice and Control which is coordinating the campaign for passage of the mixed drink sale issue on the November ballot. He discusses why voters should pass the issue.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 31 Issue 10, Oct 1973, p25, 49-50, por