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2,541
3,290
2,121
889


2,912
3,154
4,274
3,623
2,246
1,860


1,321


Wayne


3,831


Wilkes. -. - -


2,311


Wilson


3,352


Yadkin


1,873


Yancey .....


816






Totals


393,759


251,132


400,892


248,795







362



North Carolina Manual



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR AND AGAINST THE

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AT THE GENERAL

ELECTION HELD ON THE 3rd DAY OF

NOVEMBER A. D. 1970— Continued



4



County



Constitutional amendment per-
mitting three-fifths of the members
of the General Assembly to convene
Extra sessions of the General As-
sembly.



For



Alamance__.
Alexander..
Alleghany. .

Anson

Ashe

Avery

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen. ___.
Brunswick..
Buncombe..

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell...

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba...
Chatham. ..

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland...
Columbus. .

Craven

Cumberland
Currituck...

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe.

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville...

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood...
Henderson..

Hertford

Hoke



092

230

671

581

986

716

031

537

,010

858

053

217

420

,952

264

,907

953

,085

,769

,111

636

672

,810

,727

,514

,846

386

550

,966

,499

,237

,294

,835

,450

967

,516

314

,250

808

652

,948

,207

,299

,327

,832

747

800



.\gainst



4,625

3,145

916

1,218

1,383

558

1,230

421

1,137

2,304

5,085

6,503

6,784

5,710

228

1,755

1,112

8,797

2,183

1,514

290

449

4,950

1,801

1,844

4,316

340

247

9,128

1,866

2,382

4,714

1,423

9,627

2,198

8,940

188

663

930

882

11,648

1,724

3,301

3,343

3,089

381

583



Constitutional amendment revising
those portionsof the present or pro-
posed State Constitution concerning
State and Local finance.



For



1,



6,070

2,375

688

1,612

1,944

738

,905

515

1,039

1,866

9,308

5,627

5,431

4,845

232

3,836

944

7,946

1,741

2,169

622

680

4,773

1,728

2,275

5,116

.356

489

,847

,685

,274

,601

,736

14,497

945

9,870

320

1,.308

748

652

19,201

1,092

2,235

4,139

3,481

682

600



Against



4,480

2,922

880

1,078

1 , 349

498

1,272

422

1,059

2,197

5,185

6,005

6,538

5,561

230

1,708

1,008

8,552

2,039

1,302

288

419

4,581

1,713

1,940

5,016

345

285

8,454

1,766

2,240

4,882

1,448

10,799

2,103

9,138

163

690

931

853

10,823

1,794

3,208

3,322

3,272

400

790



Election Returns



363



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR AND AGAINST THE
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AT THE GENERAL
ELECTION HELD ON THE 3rd DAY OF
NOVEMBER A. D. 1970— Continued



County



Constitutional amendment per-
mitting three-fifths of the members
of the General Assembly to convene
Extra sessions of the General As-
sembly.



Constitutional amendment revising
those portions of the present or pro-
posed State Constitution concerning
State and Local finance.



For



Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lee

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

Mecklenburg.

Mitchell

Montgomery-
Moore

Nash

New Hanover
Northampton

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank. -

Pender

Perquimans..

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham.

Rowan

Rutherford.. -

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transvlvania.

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington. -



335
3-13
682
397
772
943
744

,646

,706
016

,831
349
215
776
765
466

,032
072
632
104
473
580
111
027
442
170
297
854
110
426
480
101
784
921
590
046
837
328
139
996
048
242
283
070
344
846
905



Against



272
5,471
1,387
4,016

845
1,056
4,464
4,194
1,413

397

982

3,097

14,619

626
2,171
3,333
2,636
3,460

891
2,334
2,758

620

710

947

294
1,143
3,296

486
4,516

956
4,374
3,748
8,631
4,367
3,989

722
5,114
2,485
3,484

672
2,283

163

2,627

1,618

12,243

1,409

709



For



312
5,636
2,683
2,249

770

898
3,582
3,690
1,722
1,009
1,561
2,299
23,855

750
1,768
3,378
1,915
4,386

565
3,049
5,357

659
1,006

982

423
1,199
4,921

824
4,237
1,344
5,506
4,110
7,697
3,884
3,621
1,123
4,132
2,304
4,953
1,034
3,073

220
3,399

936
14,761

801

878



Against



252
4,797
1,354
3,959

812
1,081
4,473
4,005
1,278

376

1,110

2,932

15,121

561
2,040
3,115
2,696
3,942

928
2,235
2,545

557

781

938

286

910
3,330

489
4,206

971
4,142
3,423
8,270
4,106
3,793

662
4,859
2,383
3,555

573
2,223

154

2,254

1,704

13,199

1,384

679



364



North Carolina Manual



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR AND AGAINST THE
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AT THE GENERAL
ELECTION HELD ON THE 3rd DAY OF
NOVEMBER A. D. 1970— Continued





K.




4




(^■)unty


Constitutional amendment per-
mitting three-fifths of the members
of the General Assembly to convene
Extra sessions of the General As-
sembly.


Constitutional amendment revising
those portions 0* the present or pro-
posed .State Constitution concerning
State and Local finance.




For


Against


For


.\ gainst


Watauga


2,195
2,434
3,169
2,927
1,652
1,796


1,651
4,268
3,007
3,766
2, 194
818


2,382
2,106
3,263
2,638
1,701
1,797


1 , 554


Wayne

Wilkes . . .-


4,478
2,792


Wilson.. ... .- .


3,924


Yadkin


2,150


Yancey.,


798






Totals


332,981


285,587


323,131


281,087



Election Returns



365



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR AND AGAINST THE

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AT THE GENERAL

ELECTION HELD ON THE 3rd DAY OF

NOVEMBER A. D. 1970— Continued



County



Alamance. .
Alexander. _
Alleghany. .

Anson

Ashe

Avery

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswiok -
Buncombe..

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell...

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee...

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland. .
Columbus. .

Craven

Cumberland
Currituck..

Dare

Davidson...

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe-
Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville...

Greene

Guilford....

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood...
Henderson..
Hertford...



Constitutional amend-
ment authorizing Gen-
eral Assembly to fix per-
sonal exemptions for In-
come Tax purposes.



For



6,061
2,354

692
1,708
2,099

818
2,013

533
1,127
1,820
9,561
5,772
6,270
5,110

282
3,760
1,039
8,372



,796

2,084

659

689

5,124

1,730

2,473

5,745

374

525

9,419

1,626

2,249

8,121

1,857

14,119

1,109

10,223

330

1,289

790

671

19,558

1,188

2,428

3,994

3,556

776



Against



4,767
3,003

937
1,092
1,268

501
1,247

433
1,025
2,398
5,578
5,985
5,913
5,553

206
1,892
1,037
8,396



104

1,436

268

448

4,436

1,805

1,951

4,419

341

275

9,753

1,918

2,256

4,865

1,409

11,792

2,072

9,304

167

706

938

837

166

1,710

3,141

3,646

3,492

387



11



Constitutional amend-
ment providing that after
June 30, 1971, the escheats
shall be used to aid North
Carolina residents en-
rolled in any public In-
stitution of higher edu-
cation in this State.



For



6,614
2,631

782
1,775
2,182

867
2,218

584
1,227
2,030
10,164
6,477
6,722
6,023

284
4,068
1,042
9,565
1,805
2,273

702

750
5,546
1,839
2,754
6,225

406

566

10,190

1,852

2,486

7,811

2,134

15,105

1,135

12,229

311
1,404

826

768
19,955
1,400
2,593
4,624
4,025

787



Against



4,058

2,648

786

958

1,147

391

1,035

381

922

2,078

4,668

5,107

5,279

4,490

197

1,481

994

7,124

1,992

1,274

209

370

3,941

1,656

1,655

3,792

295

205

8,511

1,650

2,072

4,839

1,178

10,363

1,968

6,793

175

615

872

780

10,285

1,518

3,030

2,828

2,837

359



Constitutional amend-
ment abolishing literacy
requirement for voting.



For



4,810
2,361

665
1,302
2,660

854
1,413

411

856
1,605
7,866
5,607
4,744
5,243

177
3,043

834
7,759
1,511
2,063

483

724
4,191
1,456
1,804
4,097

244

405
7,953
1,505
1,890
6,073
1,350
11,409

822
9,508

241
1,249

579

470
15,978

949
1,840
3,950
3,265

599



Against



6,150

2,824
1,003
1,565
1,296

570
1,973

681
1,343
2,734
7,510
6,362
7,559
5,665

317
2,800
1,290
9,291
2,461
1,525

457

473
5,470
2,095
2,762
6,096

496

444

11,096

1,964

2,922

7,058

1,956

15,433

2,231

10,214

280

655
1,151
1,058
15,758
2,016
3,761
3,857
3,856

655



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ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR AND AGAINST THE

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AT THE GENERAL

ELECTION HELD ON THE 3rd DAY OF

NOVEMBER A. D. 1970— Continued



County



Hoke

Hvde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lee

Lenoir

Lincoln

Maoon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

Mecklenburg...

Mitchell

Montgomery...

Moore

Nash

New Hanover..
Northampton..

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank

Pender

Perquimans

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham

Rowan

Rutherford

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania..

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake...



Constitutional amend-
ment authorizing Gen-
eral Assembly to fix per-
sonal exemptions for In-
come Tax purposes.



For



835

335
6,315
2,603
2,449

751
1,027
3,544
3,881
1,649
1,013
1,775
2,393
27,662

791
1,798
3,346
2,064
4,293

628
2,897
5,443

635
1,088
1,009

444
1,292
5,152

839
4,246
1,379
5,434
4,090
8,073
4,057
3,685
1,071
4,252
2,149
4,809

996
2,871

248

3,572

1,128

15,863



Against



577

264

4,603

1,471

3,975

852

1,001

4,707

3,950

1,488

402

960

3,048

12,397

587

2,125

3,321

2,631

4,251

912

2,546

2,698

615

742

984

291

989

3,370

489

4,499

1,048

4,377

3,789

8,266

4,115

3,897

738

4,881

2,619

3,873

654

2,522

159

2,319

1,554

11,788



6



Constitutional amend-
ment providing that after
June 30, 1971, the escheats
shall be used to aid North
Carolina residents en-
rolled in any public In-
stitution of higher edu-
cation in this State.



For



860

344

6,331

2,760

2,494

837

1,037

000

314

909

061

880



2,898

28,475

856

,920

,626

,401

,048

,596

3,296

4,913

779

1,134

1,079

451

1,244

5,441

905

4,407

1,510

5,882

4,219

8,806

4,556

3,918

1,138

4,482

2,345

5,276

1,085

3,224

255

3,846

1,135

16,678



Against



516

246

4,252

1.259

3,813

743

959

4,187

3,395

1,159

331

827

2,417

11,201

475

1,957

2,995

2,281

3,459

518

2,086

3,190

469

674

865

272

887

2,949

420

4,091

873

3,794

3,400

7,220

3,512

3,518

648

4,527

2,331

3,223

514

2,151

129

1,853

1,499

10,743



Constitutional amend-
ment abolishing literacy
requirement for voting.



For



682

209

4,338

2,431

1,956

628

727

2,519

3,879

1,519

1,065

1,394

2,581

18,861

837

1,694

2.678

1,413

3,606

1,429

2,176

4,470

486

832

795

331

1,050

3,326

886

3,728

1,072

4,450

3,421

6,190

3,742

3,123

821

3,465

2,173

4,436

1,049

2,774

180

2,694

830

12,569



Against



729

439

6,845

1,638

4,626

966

1,341

5,894

3,978

1,656

442

,460

.995

,523

657

,331

,201

,426

.544

957

,343

,840

783

1,087

1,219

412

1,277

5,424

536

5,307

1,431

5,445

4,681

10,357

4,504

4,560

1,034

5,730

2,742

4,305

689

2,713

261

3,398

1 , 893

16,315



1,
2

22 i

i!

3,
5,

3,
3,



Election Returns



367



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR AND AGAINST THE

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AT THE GENERAL

ELECTION HELD ON THE 3rd DAY OF

NOVEMBER A. D. 1970— Continued





i




6


7


County


Constitutional amend-
ment authorizing Gen-
eral Assembly to fix per-
sonal exemptions for In-
come Tax purposes.


Constitutional amend-
ment providing that after
June .30, 1971, the escheats
shall be used to aid North
Carolina residents en-
rolled in any public In-
stitution of higher edu-
cation in this State.


Constitutional amend-
ment abolishing literacy
requirement for voting.




For


Against


For


Against


For


Against


Warren


888
863
2,657
2,483
3,363
3,301
1,597
1,741


1,339
726
1,415
4,220
2,823
3,432
2,262
863


1,059
1,024
2,557
2,674
3,461
3,421
1,736
1,758


1,289
564
1,339
4,025
2,505
3,240
2,018
837


932
671
2,758
1,658
3,397
2.009
1,535
1,839


1 605


Washington

Watauga.

Wavne ... ..


990
1,528
5,199


Wilkes


2,916


Wilson


4,797


Yadkin


2,382


Yancey


863






Totals


336,660


282,697


362,097


248,451


279,132


355,347



PART V

GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES,
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS



GOVERNMENTAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS



ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION

1925, c. 89; 1929, c. 100; 1931, c. 295; 1951, c. 768;
G. S. 143-4

Composition: Six members. Chairman of Appropriations and
Finance Committees of the House and Senate, and two members
appointed by the Governor.

Appointed by the Governor:

Thomas J. White Kinston

William Kenneth Anderson Newland

Appointed by the Legislature:

John J. Burney, Jr Wilmington

John T. Henley Hope Mills

Dwight W. Quinn i Kannapolis

Kenneth C. Royall, Jr Durham

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL HALL OF FAME

1953, c. 1129; G. S. 106-568.14

Composition: Eight members. Five ex-officio, three appointed
by the Governor.

James A. Graham, Commissioner of Agriculture,

Chairman, ex-officio Raleigh

Dr. George Hyatt, Jr., Director North Carolina Agricultural

Extension Service, ex-ofRcio Raleigh

V. B. Hairr, State Supervisor of Vocational

Agriculture, ex-officio Raleigh

Mrs. Harry B. Caldwell, Master of State Grange,

ex-officio Greensboro

B. C. Mangum, President, North Carolina Farm

Bureau Federation, ex-officio Rougemont

L. R. Harrill Raleigh

Dr. James Hilton - Winston-Salem

Mrs. Charles Graham - Linwood

371



372 North Carolina Manual

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE

Rev. s. 3931; Code s. 2184; 1901, c. 479, ss. 2, 4; 1907, c. 497,
s. 1; 1931, c. 360, s. 1; 1937, c. 174; C. S. 4667; G. S. 106-2

Composition: Eleven members. Ten appointed by the Governor.

James A. Graliam, Commissioner of Agriculture,

Chairman, ex-otficio Raleigh

J. Atwell Alexander Stony Point

James L. Sutherland Laurinbui g

G. E. Fisher Pendleton

Claude T. Hall Roxb oro

Fred N. Colvard Jefferson

George P. Kittrell Corapeake

Charles F. Phillips Thomasville

J. H. Poole West End

Henry Gray Shelton Speed

David Townsend, Jr Rowland

AIR CONTROL ADVISORY COUNCIL

1967, c. 892; G. S. 143-214,

Composition: Nine members appointed by the Governor.

James Blackwell Rt. 1, Yanceyville

Dr. David A. Eraser Chapel Hill

Lex Honeycutt Wilson

Samuel Gray Jones, Jr., Chairman Asheville

Dr. William M. Nicholson Durham

Dr. Glenn Ray Noggle Raleigh

Kester A. Sink Mount Airy

John V. Schweppe Shelby

Harry Vanderlinden Hickory

STATE BOARD OF ALCOHOLIC CONTROL

1937, c. 49, ss. 2, 3; c. 411; 1939, c. 185, s. 5; 1941, c. 107, s. 5;
1961, c. 916; 1965, c. 1102; 1969, c. 294; G. S. 18-37; G. S. 18-38

Composition: Three members appointed by the Governor.
Wm. Charles Cohoon, Chairman Raleigh



Governmental Boards and Commissions 373

Lawrence C. Rose Wrightsville Beach

Harold Edwards Charlotte

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM TO THE NORTH
CAROLINA BOARD OF MENTAL HEALTH

1969 c. 676; G. S. 122-8

Composition: Twelve members consisting of the Chairman of
the Senate and House Committee on Mental Health, one appointed
by the Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, one
appointed by the President of the North Carolina State Bar As-
sociation, four appointed by the Executive Committee of the Alco-
holism Programs of North Carolina and four appointed by the North
Carolina Board of Mental Health.

Harry L. Barrett, Jr., Chairman Charlotte

Charles H. Larkins, Jr Kinston

Mrs. Mary Alice Poor Raleigh

George M. Allen Farmville

David Swift Valdese

Dr. Benjamin M. Drake Gastonia

Hamilton Hobgood Louisburg

Joseph B. Raynor, Jr Fayetteville

Dr. Leon Robertson Rocky Mount

Rev. J. Murphy Smith New Bern

Marshall Abee Greensboro

Jack P. Gulley Raleigh

EXECUTIVE BOARD STATE DEPARTMENT OF
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY

Rev. s. 4539; 1903, c. 767, s. 2; 1907, c. 714, s. 1; 1941, c. 306;
1943, c. 237; 1945, c. 55; 1955, c. 543; C. S. 6141; G. S. 121-3

Composition: Seven members appointed by the Governor.

Josh L. Home, Chairman Rocky Mount

Dr. Gertrude S. Carraway New Bern

Harry Gatton Raleigh

Dr. Fletcher M. Green Chapel Hill



374 North Carolina Manual

Dr. Gordon Duffer Chapel Hill

Dr. Hugh T. Lefler Chapel Hill

Dr. Edward W. Phifer, Jr Morganton

Dr. H. G. Jones, Director Raleigh

NORTH CAROLINA ARTS COUNCIL

1967, c. 164; G. S. 143-403

Composition: Twenty-four members appointed by the Gov-
nernor.

Sam T. Ragan, Chairman Southern Pines

Mrs. Claude B. Strickland, Jr Winston-Salem

Mrs. Leslie N. Boney, Jr Wilmington

Mrs. Guy T. Carswell Charlotte

Harry L. Dalton Charlotte

Mrs. William W. Dodge, III Raleigh

Edwin Gill Raleigh

Mrs. Frank R. Penn Reidsville

Mrs. Nello Teer, Jr Durham

Henry Bowers Raleigh

Mrs. Jack A. Underdown Elkin

Mrs. Thomas J. White Kinston

Alfred J. Fletcher Raleigh

Mrs. Thomas E. Castelloe Raleigh

Mrs. John R. Morris Goldsboro

Thad G. Stem, Jr Oxford

Mrs. Camille L. Harris Wilkesboro

Mrs. John D. EUer, Jr Winston-Salem

Mrs. Norris L. Hodgkins, Jr Durham

Mrs. Alice P. Proctor Raleigh

Mrs. Charles M. Reeves, Jr Sanf ord

James Burdett Lawrence Rush Winston-Salem

Dr. Joseph Curtis Sloane Chapel Hill

Francis Speight Greenville

NORTH CAROLINA ARMORY COMMISSION

1947, c. 1010; G. S. 143-230

Composition: Five members consisting of the Governor, Attor-



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ney General, Adjutant General and two members appointed by the
Governor.

Governor Robert W. Scott, Chairman, ex-ofRcio Raleigh

Robert Morgan, Attorney General, ex-officio Raleigh

Ferd L. Davis, Adjutant General, ex-ofRcio Raleigh

General William M. Buck Warsaw

General Daniel K. Edwards Durham

NORTH CAROLINA MUSEUM OF ART

1961, c. 731; G. S. 140-2

Composition: Fourteen members. Two ex-officio, eight appointed
by the Governor and four elected by the North Carolina State Art
Society.

Ex-officio:

Robert W. Scott, Governor Raleigh

Craig Phillips, Superintendent of

Public Instruction Raleigh

Appointed:

Mrs. L. Y. Ballentine Raleigh

Egbert L. Davis, Jr Winston-Salem

Edwin Gill Raleigh

Mrs. Ira Julian Winston-Salem

Mrs. Larry Cohen Greensboro

Thomas S. Kenan, III Durham

Smith W. Bagley Winston-Salem

Mrs. James Semans Durham

Elected:

Mrs. Arthur W, Levy, Jr Raleigh

Mrs. George W. Paschal, Jr Raleigh

Dr. Joseph C. Sloane Chapel Hill

Harry L. Dalton Charlotte

NORTH CAROLINA STATE ART SOCIETY, INCORPORATED

1929, c. 314; 1943, c. 752; 1961, c. 547; 1961, c. 1152;

G. S. 140-11

Composition: Sixteen members. Four members ex-officio; four



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members appointed by the Governor; eight members elected by

the Art Society.

Ex-officio:

Robert W. Scott, Governor Raleigh

Craig Phillips, Superintendent of Public Instruction Raleigh

Edwin Gill, State Treasurer Raleigh

Mrs. Julian Porter, Representative of N. C.

Federation of Women's Clubs Severn

Appointed:

Charles Stanford Raleigh

Mrs. George W. Paschal, Jr Raleigh

Harry Dalton Charlotte

Mrs. W. Frank Taylor Goldsboro

Elected:

Mrs. Claude Strickland Winston-Salem

Welch Harriss High Point

Charles Lee Smith Raleigh

Mrs. Ralph Reeves, Jr Raleigh

Mrs. Gordon Hanes Pf aff town

Mrs. Doak Finch Thomasville

Mrs. Agnew H. Bahnson, Jr Winston-Salem

Ernest A. Hamill Asheville



STATE BOARD OF ASSESSMENT

1939, c. 310; 1941, c. 327; 1947, c. 184; 1961, c. 547;
G. S. 105-273; 1967, c. 1196

Composition: Five members, one ex-officio, two appointed by
the Governor, one appointed by the Lieutenant Governor, and one
appointed by the Speaker of the House.

Cedric D. Langston Winterville

Thomas W. Alexander, Jr., Chairman Raleigh

John A. Winfield Rt. 1, Pinetown

William C. Stokes Reidsville

H. C. Stansbury, Director Dept. of

Tax Research, ex-officio Raleigh



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ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION

1949, c. 1086; 1965, c. 957; G. S. 113-254

Composition: Three members, two ex-officio, one appointed by
the Governor.

Dr. Thomas L. Linton, ex-officio Raleigh

Thorne Gregory, ex-officio Scotland Neck

Walton S. Grigg Point Harbor

ATOMIC ENERGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

1959, c. 481; G. S. 104C-3

Composition: Thirty-five members. Three ex-officio and thirty-
two appointed by the Governor.

Dr. A. C. Menius, Jr., Chairman Raleigh

James A. Graham, ex-officio Raleigh

Dr. Craig Phillips, ex-officio Raleigh

Dr. Jacob Koomen, ex-officio Raleigh

H. B. Robinson Raleigh

Forrest H. Shuford, II Raleigh

Mrs. L. Graham Walton Whiteville

Dr. William L. Wilson Raleigh

Atwell Alexander Stony Point

Charles D. Barbour Durham

Killian Barwick Elizabeth City

Dr. C. E. Boulware Durham

William P. Saunders Southern Pines

Brig. General M. I. Shuford Jacksonville

Charles H. Wheatley Charlotte

Dr. Barnes Woodhall Durham

Dr. C. C. Carpenter Winston-Salem

Frank Crane Raleigh

E. C. Fiss Charlotte

Dr. Paul Gross Durham

George R. Herbert Durham

John V. Hunter, III Raleigh

A. L. Jameson Williamston

Edwin L. Jones Charlotte



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Charles J. Nooe Leaksville

Dr. James S. Raper Asheville

Emil T. Chanlett Chapel Hill

Dr. Clifton E. Crandell Chapel Hill

William F. Henderson Raleigh

Dr. John I. Hopkins Davidson

Dr. H. Brooks James Chapel Hill

Dr. Leo W. Jenkins Greenville

T. H. LeCroy Rocky Mount

Dr. Robert J. Reeves Durham

Dr. Lewis C. Dowdy Greensboro

STATE BANKING COMMISSION

1931, c. 243; 1935, c. 266; 1939, c. 91; 1949, c. 372;
1953, c. 1209; 1961, c. 547; 1969, c. 920; G. S. 53-92

Composition: Thirteen members. One ex-officio, twelve appointed
by the Governor.

Edwin Gill, State Treasurer, Chairman, ex-oflficio Raleigh

George B. Collins, Sr North Wilkesboro

N. K. Dickerson Monroe

Lewis R. Holding Charlotte

Hal Hoyle, Jr Lincolnton

Samuel L. Phillips Spruce Pine

Mrs. Melba G. Smith Belhaven

Charles M. Reeves Sanf ord

James T. Moss Youngsville

N. Graham Smith Burlington

R. Patrick Spangler Shelby

Thomas B. Watkins Charlotte

John A. Williams, Jr Raleigh

THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE BAR COUNCIL

1933, c. 210; 1937, c. 51; 1955, c. 651; 1961, c. 41; G. S. 84-17

Composition: Thirty-four members. Four ex-ofRcio as officers
of the North Carolina State Bar, and one each from the thirty judicial
districts of the State.



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Officers:

Leon H. Corbett, President Burgaw

H. Kenneth Lee, First Vice President Asheville

W. D. Sabiston, Jr., Second Vice President Carthage

B. E. James, Secretary-Treasurer Raleigh

Councilors:

Charles H. Young, Past President Raleigh

Claude V. Jones, Past President Durham

Robert G. Sanders, Past President Charlotte

Martin Kellogg, Jr Manteo

John C. Rodman Washington

Luther Hamilton Morehead City

R. D. Johnson, Jr Warsaw

Aaron Goldberg Wilmington

M. Scott Benton Roanoke Rapids

Henry C. Bourne Tarboro

C. Brantley Aycock Kinston

W. L. Lumpkin Louisburg

C. Woodrow Teague Raleigh

Kenneth R. Hoyle Sanf ord

George S. Quillin Fayetteville

Davis C. Herring Southport

E. K. Powe Durham

Emerson T. Sanders Burlington

W. E. Timberlake Lumberton

W. Marion Allen - Elkin

Arch K. Schoch, IV High Point

Max Busby Salisbury

W. D. Sabiston Carthage

W. P. Sandridge Winston-Salem

Lester P. Martin, Jr Mccksville

John E. Hall North Wilkesboro

Frank H. Watson Spruce Pine

Walter T. Carpenter, Jr Lenoir

George J. Miller Charlotte

Grady B. Stott Gastonia

Joel B. Adams Asheville

Ralph H. Ramsey, Jr Brevard

Glenn W. Brown Waynesville



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STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND

1935, c. 53, s. 1; 1937, c. 285; 1969, c. 1255; G. S. 111-1

Composition: Nine members apijointed by the Governor.

Herbert L. Hyde, Chairman Asheville



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