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for Transylvania Tree Farms and Southeastern Real Estate and
Discount Company. Member Phi Alpha Delta National Law Fra-



art of Sampson
Tate of Caldwell
Taylor of Carteret



aylor of Transylvania
Tolbert of Iredell
Troxell of Rowan



mggs of Wake
Vaughn of Rockingham

Vogler of Mecklenburg



'nicker of Davidson
Whitley of Guilford
Whitley of Stanly



illiamson of Brunswick

Woodard of Johnston

Annie Cooper

Principal Clerk




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ternity; Present District Justice (President) of North Carolina
and South Carolina; P.A.D. Outstanding Student Award; Justice
I President) of fraternity chapter, selected second most outstanding
chapter in nation. Author of numerous newspaper and magazine
articles promoting Western North Carolina's timber industry;
published in Southern Lumberman Woodworking Digest; Wake
Forest Law Review; Book: Timber Mortgage Loans. Serving in
North Carolina's Air National Guard. President, Wake Forest
College Student Legislature; Vice President, Wake Forest Student
Body; President, Senate of the State Student Legislature, 1959;
selected outstanding Senior, Undergraduate School; State 4-H
Club Officer; member 4-H Club State Honor Club. Baptist: mem-
ber North Carolina Baptist Foundation. Address: Box 06, Brevard,
X. C, 28712.



NELSON WHITFORD TAYLOR, III

(Third House District — Counties: Carteret, Craven and Pamlico.
Three Representatives.)

Nelson Whitford Taylor, III, Democrat, of Carteret County,
representing the Third Representative District, was born in Beau-
fort, N. C, August 17, 1928. Son of Bayard and Jean (Thackston)
Taylor. Attended Beaufort High School, 1941-1945; The Citadel,
1945-1947; University of North Carolina, 1947-1949, A.B. in Po-
litical Science; University of North Carolina Law School, 1949-
1951, 1954-1955, J.D. Lawyer. Member Third Judicial District Bar;
North Carolina State Bar; North Carolina Bar Assn.; American
Bar Assn.; North Carolina Trial Lawyers Assn.: American Trial
Lawyers Assn. Chairman, Cumberland County Chapter, American
National Red Cross, 1962-1965; Vice President, Carteret County
Chamber of Commerce, 1966; President, Fayetteville Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, 1957; Solicitor, Morehead City Recorders Court,
1965-1966. Member Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks;
Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. Member St. Pauls Episcopal
Church, Beaufort, N. C; Vestry, 1966. Former member St. Johns
Episcopal Church, Fayetteville, N. C; Vestry, 1963-1965. Married
Nancy Derrickson. Three boys. Address: 2001 Shepard Street,
Morehead Citv, N. C.



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HOMER BROWN TOLBERT, SR.

(Thirty-ninth House District — Counties: Davie and Iredell. Two
Representatives. )

Homer Brown Tolbert, Sr., Republican, of Iredell County, repre-
senting the Thirty-ninth Representative District, was born in
Amity, N. C, February 25, 1916. Son of Herbert B. and Mary
(Stikeleather) Tolbert. Attended Troutman High School, graduate
of 1933. Farmer. Member Cleveland Lions Club, first Vice Pres-
ident; President, Wake Forest Club of Iredell County; served
three years on Board of Directors of North Carolina Cotton Pro-
motion; Chairman, Republican Party, Barringer Township. Mem-
ber Cleveland Baptist Church; Chairman, Board of Deacons, 1962-
1964; Church Clerk, 1956-1967; Sunday School Teacher, 1953-
1967; Church Treasurer, 1952-1956. Married Nellie R. Tucker,
December 19, 1936. One daughter: Mrs. Carolyn T. Jordan; two
sons: Homer B., Jr., and Carl P. Tolbert. Address: Rt. 2, Cleveland,
N. C.



SAMUEL A. TROXELL

(Thirty-fourth House District — County: Rowan. Two Repre-
sentatives.)

Samuel A. Troxel, Republican, of Rowan County, representing
the Thirty-fourth Representative District, was born in Lorane, Pa.
Son of John E. and Sarah Ann (Hertzog) Troxell. Attended
Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pa., 1909-1911 ; Catawba
College, A.B. degree, 1916; Lancaster Theological Seminary, Lan-
caster, Pa., B.D. degree, 1919. Retired minister and life insurance
agent. Held various positions of leadership and honor in the
former Reformed Church in the United States, 1923-1931. Member
committee of merger with Evangelical Synod of North America
forming the Evangelical and Reformed Church, 1932-1935, now
the United Church of Christ. Entered life insurance field, 1937,
with John Hancock Life Ins. Co., Boston, Mass.; leader in lives
insured, 1940-1941; member Million Dollar Club, 1945-1953. Served
as Lieutenant Governor, Zone 3, The Civitan Clubs of North
Carolina District, 1958-1959. Mayor, Town of Rockwell, 1957-1962.



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Active in Salisbury-Rowan Fund for ten years; member Board
of Directors for two terms. Minister, United Church of Christ,
L919-1945; active supply work since 1945. Married Trula May
Bost. December 1, 1920. One daughter: Sarah Catherine Troxell
Greene. Two grandchildren: Kevin Arthur, age 7, and Amy V.,
age 4. Address: P. O. Box 65, Rockwell, N. C.

HOWARD FADING TWIGGS

(Nineteenth House District — County: Wake. Four Repre-
sentatives.)

Howard Fabing Twiggs, Democrat, of Wake County, repre-
senting the Nineteenth Representative District, was born in
Cincinnati, Ohio, October 27, 1932. Son of Samuel Warren and
Ruth (Fabing) Twiggs. Attended Needham B. Broughton High
School. 1946-1950; Wake Forest College, B.S. degree, 1954; Wake
Forest College Law School, LL.B. degree, 1957. Lawyer. Member
Wake County Bar Assn.; North Carolina Bar Assn.; American
Bar Assn.; American Trial Lawyers Assn.; North Carolina Trial
Lawyers Assn. President Raleigh Jaycees, 1963-1964; Legal Coun-
cil, North Carolina Jaycees, 1964-1966; President, Wake County
Mental Health Assn., 1965; Chairman, Executive Committee, Wake
County Bar Assn., 1964; Director, Raleigh Chamber of Commerce,
L963-1964. Member Kappa Alpha Order, President, 1954; Phi
Delta Phi, President, 1957; Omicron Delta Kappa. Received Dis-
tinguished Service Award as "Young Man of Year" in Raleigh.
L965. 1st Lieutenant, J.A.G.C., U.S.A.R., 1957-1963. Episcopalian.
Married Anne Russell Miller, June 7, 1958. Children: Elizabeth
Anne; Mary Catherine and Jennifer Margaret. Address: 525 Mar-
lowe Road, Raleigh, N. C.

KARL W. VAUGHN

(Twenty-fifth House District — County: Rockingham. Two
liepresentatives.)

Earl W. Vaughn, Democrat, of Rockingham County, representing
the Twenty-fifth Representative District, was born in Reidsville,
N. C, June 17, 1928. Son of John H. and Lelia F. Vaughn. At-
tended Ruffin High School, 1941-1945; Pfeiffer Junior College;



Biographical Sketches 667

University of North Carolina, 1950, A.B. degree; University of
North Carolina Law School, 1952, LL.B. degree. Lawyer. Member
North Carolina State Bar Association; Rockingham County Bar
Association; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Draper Rotary
Club, President, 1955; Tri-City Rescue Squad, President, 1957.
Attorney for Town of Draper since 1955; Solicitor Leaksville
Recorder's Court, 1959-1960; President Rockingham County Young
Democrats Club, 1956; Secretary-Treasurer Rockingham County
Democratic Executive Committee. U. S. Army, 1945-1947. Repre-
sentative in the General Assembly of 1961, 1963 and 1965. Meth-
odist: Chairman Official Board, 1957; member Board of Trustees
since 1955. Married Eloise Freeland Maddry, December 20, 1952.
Three sons: Mark Foster, John Maddry and Stuart E.; one
daughter, Mary Rose Vaughn. Address: Fieldcrest Road, Draper,
N. C.



JAMES B. VOGLER

(Thirty-sixth House District — County: Mecklenburg. Seven
Representatives.)

James B. Vogler, Democrat, of Mecklenburg County, repre-
senting the Thirty-sixth Representative District, was born in
Charlotte, N. C, April 13, 1895. Son of the late James A. and
Susan Caroline (Alexander) Vogler. Attended Charlotte Public
Schools; Baird's Military Institute. Served as Secretary for the
North Carolina Food and Grocery Distributors Code Authority
during the N.R.A., organizing North Carolina under the National
Recovery Administration for the food and grocery industry. As-
sisted in the establishment of the U.S.A. Food Stamp Program
during the depression of 1929, in North Carolina. Has served as
President of the following: Asparagus Club International; Na-
tional Association of Food Trade Executives; Fair Trade Council
of the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County; Southeastern
Food Trades Executive Association; and Charlotte Chapter of
American War Dads. Has served in the General Assembly of
North Carolina during the following sessions: 1936 special; 1937,
1938 special; 1939, 1941, 1945, 1947, 1951, 1955, 1956 special; 1957,
1961, 1963, 1963 Special, 1965, 1965 Special and 1966 Special
Sessions. Chairman Mecklenburg Delegation to 1965 and 1967



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General Assembly. Has served as Chairman of the following Com-
mittees; Manufacturers and Labor; Counties, Cities and Town;
Public Welfare; Elections and Election Laws; Public Buildings
and Grounds; Committee on Printing; and Committee for the Blind.
Was appointed by Governor J. M. Broughton, in January of 1942,
as Director of the War Production Board Citizens Salvage Ac-
tivities in North Carolina and served in this capacity until March
li'll. Author of House Bill No. 815, introduced in 1941, by Bost
of Cabarrus, Vogler of Mecklenburg, and Rudisill of Gaston,
establishing the North Carolina Vocational Textile School; and in
1941 was author of Bill to exempt Food for Home Consumption
from three percent sales tax, which stayed in effect until the 1961
Legislature; was co-author of the First Free Text Book Bill; co-
author of Bill to establish Charlotte and Carver Colleges in Char-
lotte; Co-author of Bill to establish 4th Branch of University of
N. C. at Charlotte (1965). Member of Charlotte Optimist Club;
Travelers Protective Association; United Commercial Travelers;
32nd degree Mason, Masonic Fellowship Club; Excelsior Lodge
No. 261, Charlotte; Royal Arch Masons, Scottish Rite Mason,
Azusa Grotta and Shriner (Oasis Temple). Member of Memorial
Methodist Church. Married Lillian Raymelle Ketchie, June 12,
1916. Three children: Colonel James B. Vogler, Jr., U. S. Air Force,
Vice Commander, Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Rico; John T.
Vogler, and Mrs. Louis H. Layne, both of Charlotte, N. C. Ad-
dress: 2011 Randolph Road, Charlotte 7, N. C.

GILBERT WAYNE WHICKER

(Thirty-first House District — County: Davidson. Two Repre-
sentatives.)

Gilbert Wayne Whicker, Republican, of Davidson County, repre-
senting the Thirty-first Representative District, was born in
Davidson County, December 13, 1934. Son of Roy A. and Ila
(Brendle) Whicker. Attended Midway Elementary and North
Davidson High School, graduated, 1953; Reynolds Technical
School ; advancement courses, Wenoca Evening Schools at Western
Electric Company. Salesman. Member State Republican Executive
Committee; Treasurer, Sixth District Executive Committee;
Davidson County Executive Committee. Served in U. S. Army,
1955-1957, Specialist, 2nd Class. Member Canaan Methodist Church;



Biographical Sketches 66!*

Assistant Superintendent and Class President. Married Marie
Hill, October 15, 1965. One daughter, Michelle Ann Whicker.
Address: Rt. 5, Box 288, Winston-Salem, N. C.

CLYDE HAMPTON WHITLEY

(Thirty-second House District — County: Stanly. One Repre-
sentative.)

Clyde Hampton Whitley, Republican, of Stanly County, repre-
senting the Thirty-second Representative District, was born in
Stanly County, October 3, 1918. Son of M. D. and Ida Rose (Herrin)
Whitley. Attended Ridgecrest High School, 1924-1936; ICS Busi-
ness School, 1940. Plumbing and heating contractor. County Com-
missioner; Purchasing Agent, 1956-1958. Representative in the
General Assembly of 1961, 1963 and 1965. Member of Mission
Baptist Church; Teacher; Sunday School Group Leader in the
Stanly Baptist Association, member Stanly Baptist Executive
Committee. Married Opal J. Almond, December 16, 1939. Children:
Tony, age 24, June, age 22; Gail, age 17, and Judson, age 9. Ad-
dress: Box 2310, Charlotte Road, Albemarle, N. C.

DANIEL P. WHITLEY, JK.

(Twenty-sixth House District — County: Guilford. Six Repre-
sentatives.)

Daniel P. Whitley, Jr., Democrat, of Guilford County, repre-
senting the Twenty-sixth Representative District, was born in
Albemarle, N. C, December 2, 1918. Son of Daniel P. and Ruth
Irene (Snotherly) Whitley. Attended Public Schools of City of
High Point through 1934; High Point College, 1934-1936; Uni-
versity of North Carolina, 1936-1938, A.B. degree; University of
North Carolina Law School, 1938-1941, LL.B. Lawyer. Member
High Point Bar Association, President, 1960; North Carolina
Bar Association; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. Lt. Commander,
World War II, 1941-1945, and Korean Conflict, 1951-1953. Member
High Point Friends Meeting; past President Men of the Meeting,
1958-1959. Representative in the General Assembly of 1965. Mar-
ried Sally Edgerton, December 21, 1941. Children: Daniel P., IV
and Ann Edgerton Whitley. Address: 1101 Clyde Place, High
Point, N. C.



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ODELL WILLIAMSON

(Thirteenth House District — Counties: Brunswick and Columbus.
Two Representatives, i

Odell Williamson, Democrat, of Brunswick County, representing
the Thirteenth Representative District, was born in Ash, N. C,
November 19, 1919. Son of John Bun and Love William-
son. Graduated from Waccamaw High School. Real estate de-
veloper, farmer and merchant. Methodist. Captain Field Ar-
tillery. U. S. Army. April 29, 1942-October 31, 1945. Repre-
sentative in the General Assembly of 1947, 1949, 1953, 1963 and
1965. Married Virginia Alma Williamson, November 24, 1940.
Address: Shallotte, N. C.



BARNEY PAUL WOODARD

I Fifteenth House District — Counties: Johnston and Wilson.
Three Representatives.)

Barney Paul Woodard, Democrat, of Johnston County, repre-
senting the Fifteenth Representative District, was born in Prince-
ton. X. ('., November 23. 1914. Son of John R. and Elizabeth
(Wall) Woodard. Attended Princeton High School, 1932; Uni-
versity of North Carolina, B.S. in Pharmacy, 1938. Pharmacist,
owner of Woodard Drug Store. Member N. C. Pharmaceutical
Association; National Association of Retail Druggists. Past Presi-
dent, Lions Club. Mason, St. Patrick Lodge #617, past Master;
past President Johnston County Shrine Club; member Princeton
Town Council, Secretary and Treasurer; served two years as
President of PTA; sixteen years on Princeton School Committee,
last two years as Chairman; two years as President, Johnston
County School Board Association; twelve years as Chairman,
Princeton Boy Scout Committee, now serving as Finance Chair-
man, Princeton District. Member Tuscarora Council of Boy Scouts,
acting Chairman, Nominating Committee, 1967 ; member Executive
Board, Boy Scouts, Johnston County. Methodist; Assistant Sunday
School Teacher; member of Official Board. Married Annie Louise
Sugg, September 6, 1941. Children: B. P. Woodard, Jr.; Dianne
Louise; Michael Sugg, and Joy. Address: Princeton, N. C.



OCCUPATIONS OF MEMBERS OF THE
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF 1967



SENATE



ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC
RELATIONS

Kemp, Ed

BAKERY BUSINESS

Parrish, C. U.

BANKER

MacLean, Hector

BUILDING CONTRACTOR

Allen, J. F.

CATTLE RAISER

Gentry, Worth

CORPORATION EXECUTIVE

Moore, Herman A.

CORPORATION PRESIDENT

Shuford, Adrian L., Jr.

DAIRYMAN

Scott, Ralph H.

EDITOR AND PUBLISHER

Futrell, Ashley B.

FARMER

Austin, Jesse H., Jr.
Gentry, Worth
Green, James C.
Hancock, Wills
Henkel, C. V.
Simmons, LeRoy G.
Whitehurst, Sam L.
Wood, George M.

FERTILIZER DEALER

Gentry, Worth



GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Coggins, Jyles J.

GRAIN DEALER

Wood, George M.

HOMEMAKER

Evans, Mrs. Martha W.

INSURANCE

Alford, Dallas L., Jr.

LAND DEVELOPMENT

Gilmore, Voit

LAWYER

Allsbrook, Julian, R.
Bailey, J. Ruffin
Boger, John R., Jr.
Bridgers, Vinson
Briggs, Bruce B.
Bryan, T. R., Sr.
Burney, John J., Jr.
Byrd, Joe K.
Currie, Claude
Ellis, Albert J.
Griffin, C. Frank
McGeachy, N. Hector, Jr.
McLendon, L. P., Jr.
MacLean, Hector
Morgan, Robert B.
Warren, Lindsay C, Jr.
White, Jack H.
White, Thomas J.



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LUMBER BUSINESS

Bagnal, Harry
Gilmore, Voil

MANUFACTURING

Brumby, Mrs. Mary Faye

MANUFACTURER-FARM
MACHINERY

Harrington, J. J.

MERCHANT

Norton, Clyde M.

MINING MANUFACTURER

Dent. R. Theodore

MOTEL OPERATOR

Gilmore, Voit

NURSING HOME
ADMINISTRATOR

Allen. J. F.

OIL BUSINESS

Perm, Frank R.

PHARMACIST

Henley, John T.

REAL ESTATE

Alford, Dallas L., Jr.
Hancock, Wills
Henkel. C. V



Matheson, Don S.
Maxwell, Charles K.

RESTAURANT OPERATOR

Gilmore, Voit

RETIRED UNITED STATES
PROBATION AND
PAROLES OFFICER

Osteen, John L.

SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION

Currie, Claude

SECRETARY

Nielson, Mrs. Geraldine R.

TEACHER

Nielson, Mis. Geraldine R.

TEXTILE MANUFACTURER

Rauch, Marshall A.

THEATER BUSINESS

Buchanan, Harry E.

TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
OPERATOR

Green, James C.

TREE FARMER

Gilmore, Voit

TRUCKING

Norton. Clyde M.



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



ACCOUNTANT

Poovey, J. Reid

AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS

Billing's, Claude



Euliss, Jack M.
Gunn, John 0.
McGlamery, Wiley A.
McMillan, R. D., Jr.
Ragsdale, Hugh A.



Biographical Sketches



673



AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY
BUSINESS

Raynor, Joe B., Jr.

BANKER

Gregory, Thorne
Jones, Arthur H.
Paschall, J. Ernest (Retired)

BOTTLER

Roberson, Willian R., Jr.

BROADCASTING

Clark, Chatham C.

CONTRACTOR

Hutchins, C. Edley

CORPORATE DIRECTOR

Bowles, Hargrove (Skipper),
Jr.

CORPORATION PRESIDENT

McKnight, E. M.

DAIRY FARMER

Boger, Gilbert Lee
McGlamery, Wiley A.
Stanford, Donald Mclver

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Ingle, Ronald K.

FARM MACHINERY

McMillan, R. D., Jr.

FARM SUPPLY STORE

McGlamery, Wiley A.

FARMER

Auman, T. Clyde
Barbee, Allen C.
Burden, Emmett W.
Collier, Clyde M.
Eagles, Joe E.



Everett, J. A.
Palls, Robert Z.
Fenner, Julian B.
Forbes, W. A. (Red)
Gunn, Jno. O.
Haynes, Jeter L.
Isaac, Mack S.
Jernigan, Roberts H., Jr.
Kiser, Roger C.
McFadyen, Neill L.
Mills, Fred M., Jr.
Ragsdale, Hugh A.
Speed, James D.
Tart, C. Graham
Tolbert, Homer B.
Williamson, Odell

FOOD DEALER EXECUTIVE

Vogler, James B.

GAS AND OIL

Collier, Clyde M.

(J RAIN DEALER

Forbes, W. A. (Red)

HARDWARE MERCHANT

Culpepper, W. T., Jr.

HOMEMAKER

Chase, Mrs. John B.

HOSIERY MANUFACTURER

Gunn, Jno. 0.
Mauney, W. K., Jr.
Merritt, Hugh L.

HORSE BREEDING

Baugh, Philip Jackson

HOTEL OPERATOR

Barbee, Allen C.



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INSURANCE

Baugh, Philip Jackson
Burden, Emmett W.
Collins, P. ('.. Jr.
Harrill, William I).
Hunter, Thomas I!.
Kincaid, Donald R.
Troxell, Samuel A.

LAWYER

Andrews, Ike F.
Bailey, Wesley
Britt, David M.
Britt, William R.
Bryan, Norwood E., Jr.
Bunn, Thomas D.
< :n son, James H., Jr.
Clark, George T., Jr.
Clark, Richard S.
Edwards, Elton
Elliott, Guy
Ervin, Sam J., Ill
Exum, James G.
Garren, Don H.
Godwin. Philip P.
Hamrick, Claude M.
Harkins, Herschel S.
High, Sneed
Hill, William L., II
Hofler, W. Hance
Horton, I. Joseph
Hunter, G. Patrick
Johnson, James C, Jr.
Johnson, Samuel H.
keatherman, Clarence E.
Love, Jimmy L.
McMichael, Jule
McMillan, A. A.
Paschall, J. Ernest
Penny, Wade H., Jr.



Pickard, M. Glenn
Ramsey, James E.
Rountree, H. Horton
Short, W. Marcus
Staton, William W.
Stewart, Carl J., Jr.
Strickland, Thomas E.
Sugg, James R.
Taylor, Charles H.
Taylor, Nelson W.
Twiggs, Howard
Vaughn, Earl W.
Whitley, Daniel P., Jr.

LIVESTOCK FARMER

Collins, P. C, Jr.

MANUFACTURING

Craig, H. Max, Jr.
Hege, Joe H., Jr.

M FAT PACKING OFFICIAL

Jernigan, Roberts H., Jr.

MERCHANT

Eagles, Joe E.
Garner, C. Roby, Sr.
Johnson, Hugh S., Jr.
Mills, William D.
J. F. Mohn
Ramsey, Liston B.
Williamson, Odell

MILLING BUSINESS

McGlamery, Wiley A.

MOTEL OPERATOR

Blake, Colon
Burrus, Archie

MORTICIAN

Bumgardner, David W., Jr.



Biographical Sketches



675



NATIONAL SALES MANAGER
OF RADIO STATION
WAVS

Beatty, James Tully (Jim)

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER

Greenwood, Gordon H.

OWNER EXTERMINATING
COMPANY

O'Hanlon, I. H.

RETAIL FURNITURE
BUSINESS

Royall, Kenneth C, Jr.

PHARMACIST

Tate, Earl H.
Woodard, Barney Paul

PLUMBING AND HEATING
CONTRACTOR

Whitley, Clyde Hampton

POULTRY FARMER

Billing's, Claude
McGlamery, Wiley A.

PRESIDENT RADIO AND T.V.
STATIONS

Roberson, William R., Jr.

PURCHASING AGENT

Hege, Joe H., Jr.

REAL ESTATE

Baugh, Philip Jackson
Burden, Emmett W.
Craig, H. Max, Jr.
Harrill, William D.
McFadyen, Neill L.
Roberson, William R., Jr.
Williamson, Odell



RESTAURANT BUSINESS

Blake, Colon
Burrus, Archie

RETAIL-ROSES STORES

Church, John T.

RETIRED

Barr, Basil D.
Jemison, Howard A.

RETIRED EDUCATOR

Phillips, C. W.

RETIRED GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYEE

Godwin, R. C.

RETIRED MINISTER

Troxell, Samuel A.

RETIRED SALES ENGINEER

Calvert, Richard B.

SALES EXECUTIVE

Barbee, Allen C.

SALES MANAGER

Jordan, David D.

SAVINGS AND LOAN

Mullinax, Loyd A.

SUPERVISOR CANNON
MILLS

Quinn, Dwight W.

SUPERVISOR CHAMPION
PAPERS, INC.

Messer, Ernest B.

SUPERVISOR EQUIPMENT
INSTALLATIONS

Mitchell, Austin A.



(57(i Nori n Carolina M wuai.

IEACHER TOBACCO WAREHOUSEMAN

Haynes, Jeter L. Fenner, Julian B.

K!se C r ai Ro D e r n C ld R " WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR

TaX'c.Traharn Whicker, Wayne

WHOLESALE SPORTING

TOBACCONIST GOODS BUSINESS

Forbes, W. A. (Red) Hunter, G. Patrick



PART VIII
OFFICIAL REGISTER



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

President Lyndon B. Johnson, Texas

Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, Minnesota

THE CABINET

Secretary of State Dean Rusk, New York

Secretary of Treasury Henry H. Fowler, Virginia

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, Michigan

Attorney General Ramsey Clark, Texas

Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien, Massachusetts

Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall, Arizona

Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, Minnesota

Secretary of Commerce Alexander Trowbridge, New Jersey

Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz, Illinois

Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare John W. Gardner, New York

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Robert C. Weaver, New York

Secretary of Transportation Alan S. Boyd, Florida

NORTH CAROLINA SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS

SENATORS

Sam J. Ervin, Jr Morganton

B. Everett Jordan Saxapahaw

REPRESENTATIVES

First District Walter B. Jones Farmville

Second District L. H. Fountain Tarboro

Third District David N. Henderson Wallace

Fourth District James C. Gardner Rocky Mount

Fifth District Nick Galif ianakis Durham

Sixth District Horace R. Kornegay Greensboro

Seventh District Alton A. Lennon Wilmington

Eighth District Charles R. Jonas Lincolnton

Ninth District James T. Broyhill Lenoir

Tenth District Basil L. Whitener Gastonia

Eleventh District Roy A. Taylor Black Mountain

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

Earl Warren Chief Justice California

Potter Stewart Associate Justice Ohio

Hugo L. Black Associate Justice Alabama

Byron R. White Associate Justice Colorado

William O. Douglas Associate Justice Connecticut

(Vacancy) Associate Justice

William J. Brennan, Jr Associate Justice New Jersey

John M. Harlan Associate Justice New York

Abe Fortas Associate Justice Tennessee

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS IN NORTH CAROLINA

JUDGES

Eastern District Algernon L. Butler Clinton

John D. Larkins, Jr Trenton

Middle District Edwin M. Stanley Greensboro

Eugene A. Gordon Burlington

Western District Wilson Warlick Newton

CLERKS

Eastern District Samuel A. Howard Raleigh

Middle District Herman A. Smith Greensboro

Western District Thomas E. Rhodes Asheville

UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS

Eastern District Robert H. Cowen Williamston

Middle District William H. Murdock Durham

Western District William Medf ord Waynesville

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
For the Fourth Circuit

<dge J. B. Craven, Jr Morganton

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Walter J. Hickel Alaska State Capitol, Juneau

.lack Williams Arizona State House, Phoenix

Win! limp Rockefeller Arkansas State Capitol, Little Rock

Ronald Reagan . . . California State Capitol, Sacramento

John A. Love Colorado State Capitol, Denver

John 1 >empsey Connecticut State Capitol, Hartford

Charles L. Terry, Jr Delaware State House, Dover

Claude R. Kirk, Jr. Florida State Capitol, Tallahassee



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