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“On Dec. 16, 1948, Ray Hewitt installed a telephone in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pace in Alamance County — the millionth rural telephone added by the Bell System since the end of World War II…. “[Hewitt’s wife] Martha, a telephone operator in Burlington, made the connections so Pace could speak with […]

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“As North Carolina Democrats go to the polls this Saturday to pick a candidate for United States Senate, the politicians here will be looking for the first clue to the political impact on the South of the Supreme Court’s ruling against public school segregation.” — From “North Carolina Poll Will Be First Hint of South’s […]

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On this day in 1952: Collier’s magazine profiles Grady Cole as “Mr. Dixie.” Cole, a homespun announcer who wakes up the Piedmont every morning on WBT, has been Charlotte’s premier celebrity since 1929. “Cole says he’s still not a professional radio man,” Collier’s notes. “But he snows under all rivals, and his droll news and […]

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