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The State port pilot. (Southport, N.C.) 1928-current, June 15, 1938, Image 1

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I H\f?st Of The Newi All The Time jrVL. TEN NO sitor Recalls Many Things In Southport Visi Mihington Man Retur Southport For Visi Hfter Many Years At Kmi' And Discover Hany Changes s formerly AT FT. CASWELi ?m To Old Fort Caswei Hjngs A Rush Of MemKries Of Former Years j0 Mind Of Visitor I ,BV A. K. DORER) H Pilgrimage to th H.,.. of the past was unlik lim. I made two years agi H sensed that dramatic e> n suddenly being brough vlfM a place, which had b< legendary in m ^Lnrv. Fort Caswell then looke H|v an'l dreary and reminde of ihat famous paintinj Island of the Dead". Pei Hs the weather in friendly cor y nged the picture t I resurrection, for it wa ire day in May. Under t sun from a clear sky, th rs of Southport shimmere fields of diamonds, and i iistance was Fort Caswel . she lies a pearl in th tic. There was a tense fee if expectation such as on iences on a beautiful morr t the opening of a grea al. e host was Rangwald Johr on of the late bandmastei I knew so well in m r days. Rangwald knew m E and lost no time in cor ; me to the old Fort, not dwell too much upo cenes of old Caswell. e> :o mention that the parad j had been cleared of th foliage and the grass cut fieers' quarters wore a ne' if paint. Thus my impres irought me closer to th 11 of old. I went over everj accompanied by my frienc onatelv known to his neigl n Southport. as "The Duk unswick". This time I ir i that portion of the Foi is separated from the ps pounds by a huge moun ced on both sides by a re call with steps leading ove ibankment down to the ol plant and Battery Cat i part of the scenery 'ontinued on page 4) tic Bits )f Big News i Events Of State, on and World-Wide erest During Past Week te Wreckage * SIS i.M iransconunentai ana wesici lr officials at Burbank, Cal M they had evidence the: ansport plane which disappeai I during a storm last March Ith nine persons aboard ha en found in Yosemite Nation! irk. xplains Stand Prime Minister Nevil chamberlain was jeered in tl House of Commons Tuesda when he announced that tl government, facing the risk ? war, is powerless to retalia against repeated bombings ar sinkings of British merchai ships in Spanish ports. Rath* than be drawn into the coi flict, he said, the governmei is warning British ships th; 'hev must enter forts in ti Spanish war zones at the own risk and can not rely < protection of the guns of ti British navy. Cries of "Sham' Shame!" from members of tl Lahorite opposition, echoir nation-wide resentment again ! government's failure take drastic action against tl Spanish Nationlists, greet* Chamberlain's announcement. )pp ses Dictators former Foreign Secretary A: lory Eden warned Saturds concessions to dicators" a the way to peace" and d ap(ied that the British gover ep' take a "clear stand" agai ; 11 In contrast to his vigo denunciation of Premier N J Chamberlain's policies herai, Eclen praised Secretai state Cordell Hull's plea Jui Nashville, Tenn., for ' 'l0Il? "nited public opinion" (Continued on page 4) I TH1 . 21 i Have O ' Wm |' |fj jBsj^B ie JB^ -. it i- M. B. \VATKINS y d Russ, Stanalar. ; Call For < a These Men Will Contesl e Nomination For Jobs Foi d Which Ganey, Watkini " And Mintz Received Plu ';1 rality I ' e FILED SATURDAY FOR 2ND PRIMARY it Contest For Office Thej i- Seek Will Be Settled On p, Saturday, July 2; Dey layed Filing Until y j Late ! There will bea second Demo I cratic primary in Brunswicl n county on Saturday, July 2, as ; result of a last minute move or e the part of three defeated candi ie dates Saturday. -1 With only a few hours grac< " to declare their intentions, Sher J- iff J. A. Russ, Walter M. Stana ie land and Luther C. Tripp filer 1 against Dillon L. Ganey, M. B L Watkins and J. Roland Mintz foi a second race, e Each of these men was seconr ' to his opponent for the Demo "t cratic nomination in the priman election on June 4. Because thi d winners held a plurality and no d a majority they had a right t( !r request a run-over race. d It hardly is necessary to ex ?" | plain that Russ opposes Gane; I for the sheriff's nomination | Stanaland runs against Watkin; for the nomination as Judge o Recorder's Court; and Tripp con j tests the nomination of Mintz a |the third man on his party's tick et for board of county commis OlVllVi Funeral For Mrs. Florence Seller. Funeral services for Mrs. Flor ence Smith Sellers were conduc J ted from Hallsboro Methodis church Thursday by the Rev. J L. Jones. Interment was in Flyn: cemetery. Mrs. Sellers, widow of Guilfori 11 Sellers, of Supply, died at th " age of 79 in the Confederat lr widows' home at Fayetteville 01 r* Wednesday afternoon. ?! River Road Is Still Closet The river road will be close for nearly two weeks longer, ac le cording to statements of th le State Highway bridge buildinj ,y force. ic The bridge over Walden's Creel gave way under a heavy true! te load of logs, about three week id ago. Other emergency work pre ,t vented repairs being made imme ?j. diately. The workmen are no\ i- engaged in placing 39 fifty foo cresoted pilings at the bridge ,t The old decking is still in firs ]e class shape. ;?Schedule Two j. Baseball Game: St to Southport Team Will Pla; le American Legion Junior 5d Thursday Afternoon Ii Wilmington And Wil Play Coast Line Ther Saturday n- Two baseball gamesi both c ly them to be played away froi re home, are scheduled for th e- Southport team this week-end. n- On Thursday afternoon the 1< n- cal nine will play the America r- Legion Juniors in the Legion Ste e- dium in Wilmington. The manne in in which that hustling bunch c ry youngsters has been knockin le over opposition means that th 'a Southport team is in for a bus to afternoon. (Continued on page 4) E ST. A Gooi 4-PAGES TODAY pposition DILLON L. GANEY id, Tripp Second Primary * ? r Two Officials Attend School Two Brunswick county of' fioials left Monday for Chapel Hill where they have en r rolled for tup first term ot summer school. C. C. Russ is taking courses in sociology in connection with his work as superintendent of public welfare. R. I. Mintz, Register of Deeds, is taking several c j courses in the law school. 11 Serving as deputy Register 1 of Deeds during his absence is his brother, LeRoy Mintz, a recent graduate of North 5 Carolina State College, in ' Raleigh. ; Army Reserve h Re-Established > Provision Is Made By Cont gress To Pay Members j j Regardless Of Whether They See Active Duty Y | Major General George Van ; Horn Moseley, Commanding the s j Fourth Corps Area, which comf | prises the eight Southeastern -1 States, announces the reestablishs I ment of the Regular Armjf Re serve, effective July 1, 1938. The reorganization Of the Regular Army Reserve, authorized by the present Congress, has been sought by the War Department for many years and the enactj ment of this legislation is considered a very important addition to the National Defense Act. The Regular Army Reserve is t to be composed entirely or unf married men under 36 years ol n age at time of enrollment and who have served at least one j year continuously in the Regulai e Army and have been honorablj e discharged therefrom within the last three years. Enlistments ir the Regular Army Reserve wil be voluntary and will be for s period of 4 years. The Reservist will receive $24 I per year, payable in installments for each 4 month period comd mencing with date of enlistment While serving in the Reserve, a ' member may be ordered to active duty only in case of an emerb gency declared by the Presidenl ^ of the United States. Should such ^ an emergency occur, the Reservist will be furnished transportstion and subsistence allowances _ at Government expense from his ' home to the place where he is (. ordered for active duty. If found , fully qualified for active service, t the Reservist will receive an additional allowance of $3.00 pei month for each month alreadj served in the Reserve, up to dats of acceptance for active duty, provided such payment does not ex(Continued on page 4) 5 , Regardless Of 5 A This Was T e An alligator, or crocidile, (som< say one some say the other) measuring 11 feet three inches ir if length, was shot and killed in th< n harbor here Sunday morning. The ie alligator (or crocidile) hunteri were Harry Weeks, Billy Newton )- Crawford Rourk and Gus Mc n Neil. Mr. Weeks is credited yvitl i- having started the 'gaitor hun ir by placing a bullet from a higi if powered rifle through the head o g the saurian. ie The one bullet, although in i y seeming fatal spot, was no J enough. For more than threi hours men and saurian playe< ATE i News paper In Southport, N. C., We Pension Checks F For Confederate Widows Arrive f I Large Increase In Number Of Class "A" Widows This Year As Result Of Liberal Ruling By Attorney General r ? ONLY 6 CHECKS FOR CLASS "B" t Semi-Annual Payments For s Widows Of Confederate j a Veterans Arrived In j v Clerk's Office Mon- t day A. M. * o Semi-annual pension checks for k widows of Confederate Veterans t arrived here Monday morning, li and one noticeable change in this s payment is the increase in the 1 number of Class "A" widows. f Only two of the four recipients of class "A" payments in 1 December arc still living, but c eleven of the seventeen checks ^ received this week by B. J. Hoi- s den, clerk of Superior Court, for 1 distribution were for members of e this group. This change resulted from a '' more liberal interpretation by the attorney general of the meaning * of the term totally disabled. For merly it was taken literally, and - j class "A" payment of S150.00 twice annually went only to widows who were hopelessly bedridden or who were blind. This time the checks are for any widows who are physically unable to take care of themselves and to perform their usual daily duties. Class "B" payments are for widows who apparently are in good health. Members of this group receive $50.00 twice each year. Class "A" widows were: Mrs. R. E. Vereen, Mrs. H. V. Cox, | Mrs. Fannie G. Davis, Mrs. Alice W. McKeithan, Mrs. Mary E. Mitchell, Mrs. Annie L. Morgan, jMrs. A. G. Murrell, Mrs. Mary |E. Phelps, Mrs. Fannie Roberson, Mrs. Lucy A. Ross and Mrs. j Mary C. Swain. Class "B" widows are: Mrs. | Henrietta Carlisle, Mrs. P. M. iRuss, Mrs. Nancy Jane Sellers, s (Mrs. Rebecca Simmons, JtJrs. Hyjno Carolina White and Mis. Mary E. Wilson. 1, Celebrates 82nd Birthday Soon r Next Wednesday Will Mark j Eighty - Second Birthday j 1 Of Sergeant George W. Smith jr I Sergeant George W. Smith, re-,e i tired, will be 82 years of agejr . on the 22nd of this month. After1 ^ . serving his full 30 years in the ^ . army the sergeant settled down ^ i at Southport to spend the re- . mainder of his days. Basing their ; belief on his present robust con- . . dition, his friends hope that he ! has many more days to spend J I j here. . I Sereeant Smith says that he . has no living: relatives, so far'' r as he knows. He has never been . married and for the past several j ? i years he has elected to live alone I: in a small house near the railroad * ( station. There he does his own J housework and spends the reI mainder of the time reading: his 11 , mail. The monotony of his existi. ence is seldom broken, except for his trips to the post office and L the infrequent and brief calls i . that he makes on friends. A testimonial to his many!' (Continued on Page four) J David E. DeVane, 78,1 , Buried In Brunswick ' i Funeral services for David E. 1 I DeVane. 78, were conducted Monday afternoon at Mill Creek Bap- I . tist church in Brunswick county 1 by the Rev. B. R. Page, of Southr port, assisted by the Rev. L. R. . Jordan and the Rev. H. T. Dur den, of Wilmington. Mr. DeVane died at his Winna- I jbow home Sunday afternoon. Classification ough Customer, ? ( ; hide and seek. The men in row- , , boats getting in bullets now and , i then at the times when the gaitor ] > (crocidile) was visible on the sur- ] ; face. In all, seven bullets were 3 fired into it, but it is understood ] that several of these struck and 1 j merely bounced off the . thick ( t hide. " j l The reptile has been skinned i f and the hide will be mounted at 1 the Riverview Cafe. From all api pearances the creature weighed i t in the neighborhood of five hun-i( ;. dred pounds. The spread of ilst i J mouth was about 17 inches. .. A PORT A Good Comir dnesday, June 15th, 193 Museum Men In F< Town Tuesday SI lere For Purpose Of Secur- B' ing Herons From Battery Island To Be Mount- Atl ed And Added To Collec- ? tion I 1 Curatory H. H. Brimley and ( )irector Harry T. Davis of the itate Museum, at Raleigh, came i'iH i Monday night and spent yes- X erday here. The main object of he trip was to collect a few Fal elected herons from the rookery t Battery Island. These birds rill be mounted, together with heir young, and preserved in he museum for the inspection f visitors. Various other exhi- / iits were secured for display in inf< he museum while the party was cips lere. Allen Keen, a Raleigh high o" chool student interested in na- gra ural history, accompanied the of- sho icials. ted Both Mr. Brimley and Mr. Iat( Javis stated that the jaw re- Dir ently dug up at Southport and vlsi orwarded to them was thkt of p ome European. They determined thii his by the size, weight and gen- wh< ral character. They were unable tioi o say to what race the man be- mit onged. ordi Mr. Brimley had not been to COu iouthport in 30 years prior to anc his visit. He recently wrote the sta iouthport Civic Club and inquir- jur ,A oKnnf tVin "Whi+Hors Park H Jench" under the cedar tree near | he water front. From time im.-1 aemorial. and certainly within _ he memory of Mr. Brimley, loaf- ly. rs have congregated at this spot MM nd indulged in whittling anyhing and everything that was landy. The benches themselves lave usually been the heaviest ~ ufferers. Tuesday Mr. Brimley insited on f he Civic Club man accompanyng him to the benches, which' ire one of many generations that ? lave been placed there since he 'isited the spot 30 years ago. Seating himself, he drew out a e arge and keenedged pocket knife " end demonstrated his ability to c :arve on those benches just as d ndustriously as any of the many ? housands who have done the * lame^hing before him. r shallotte Has ; New Buildings ? Numerous New Places Of Business Have Been Erec- . ted There During The h Past Few Weeks j t ? Many new constructions are I eing built at Shallotte, in fact j nore new buildings are being [ _ rected than in many years. The Shallotte postmaster, W. t. Holmes is having a more con'enient postoffice constructed. Vork began on this last week, lie present post office building s owned by R. D. White. Roney Cheers who has operaed auto repair shop for many j 'ears is naving a larger garage milt. A new and modern barbershop s being erected and the owner, ] V. L. Swain, plans to have all . iccommodations of a first class larber shop. Mr. Swain has com- En ileted and now operates a new ma (Continued on page 4) be! Brunswick Negro wil Convict Is Shot po; An Oscar Pitts, state prison sup- . rvisor, reported Wednesday that n .prey Thomas, 25, negro senten- up :ed in April in Brunswick county ers ,o 10 to 15 years in prison for FJ' ;econd degree murder, was shot ^ ind seriously wounded while tryi ma ng to escape. f Thomas was working with a ]ga oad gang in Scotland county. ^ Four Cases In c" County Court ov< Jse Of Intoxicating Liquor inj Had Its Influence In Every Case Tried Wed- ? nesday In Recorder's ^ Court ^ John Borlycorn and. his victims I iad a good day in Brunswick i -ounty Recorder's court Wedneslay as the defendants in each if the four cases were in court Wl lecause of drinking intoxicating eig beverages. we James W. Meacham, white, bn pleaded guilty to operating a Sa motor vehicle while he was under bre the influence of intoxicating liqu- ite >r. He was required to pay a ne' fine of $50.00, the costs in his the ;a.se and his driver's licenses eff ivas revoked for one year. dui William Henry Hammond, I ivhite, pleaded guilty of being W. Irunk on the public highway. Ci' Judgment was suspended upon tio (Continued on page 4) to ' f ' PIL lunity 8 PUBLISH! irm Worksheets L lould Be Filed y 18th Of Juneja tention Of Farmers Call;d To The Fact That Sheets Should Be Submit:ed To The County Of:ice old EETS ARE NEEDED Wi 0 COMPLETE RECORD co. aft rmers Who Expect To dui Take Part In This Phase Of 1938 Pro- Ha gram Should Sub- ani mit Sheets Early inl air ill farm work sheets showing fei jrmation as a basis for parti- Wi ition in the conservation phase Wa the 1938 Triple-A Farm Prom in the East Central Region inj uld be completed and submit- of to the local county office not th< :r than June 18, W. G. Finn, at ector of the East Central Di- wa on, announced. wi 'armers who expect to take in of 1 phase of the 1938 program, 1 3 have not submitted informs- dai l for their farms, should sub, work sheets by this date in pa er that the records of the sis nty office may be completed 1 I the checking of performance bo; rted as soon as possible after ho; le 18. tei Ir. Finn pointed out that the lip (Continued on Page 4) fai iteresting Devc Parvuprlinrr livgut Ulll^ .? ? N( Entire Family Suffers Poison Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hew- ?] tt and all the members of heir family except an infant hild were In a serious con- _ ition last night after eating ornbread for Tuesday dinner r hat was made from poison seal. According to report, Mrs. lewe'tt made up a batch of i read from meal that had pi con mixed with arsenate of er -ad for the purpose of pols- w ning tobacco hud worms. fa Ills poison?treated meal S< ins mistaken for the regular ce ood supply, and the mem- cc crs of the Hewett family pc iccame seriously ill soon af- b< er eating the bread. Their hf lome is in the Sauce Pan h; (immunity in this county. w ough To Lose * m fa Your Trousers? w id It Is Especially Bad jf When You Have Real ^ Folding Money Tucked a. Away In One Of The g. Pockets to 01 Even if you do own a thirty- in ht thousand dollar imported glish automobile with which to ke your fishing trips, it is ( igh luck to come something I :ter than two hundred miles, [ fishing and lose your pants th your expense roll in the :ket. ? That happened here this week. 'r , official of an internationally M own soft drii\k concern came c' from Georgia. Out of consid- to ition his name and that of his est is not being published. The te o men went out on a local it Sunday and the soft drink ? in discarded his trousers in ror of a less pretentious pair, ving a large roll of bills in > pocket and leaving the pants ded on the after deck of the Bt ift. ?ni Everybody and everything, ex- ty it the wind, forgot the pants ci< d the money in the pocket. The ur id snatched pants and money th arboard while no one was look- to th (Continued on page 4) de outhport Adve Soon Take Tor (Vccording to present plans y< PTF Radio Company at IJal-1 tx :h will immediately start a' tfi ekly series of Fishing News | pi jadcasts. B. Walter Huffington, to les Manager, says that these jadcasts will be devoted to news a ms, human interest stories, hi vs of the fleets and news of n( ! sea and inland waters, as ects people in the fishing instry. 81 Mr. Huffington has requested m B. Keziah, of the Southport cl ;ic Club, to sponsor that por- p< n of the broadcast pertaining tl Southport. He stated that as fr OT f ED EVERY WEDNESDAY ightning Kills I Shallotte Boy 1 met Herth Williams, Son Of Mr. and Mrs. Zazdie Williams, Of Shallotte, ?| Struck By Lightning On Monday fames Herth Williams, 6-yearI son of Mr. and Mrs. Zazdie lliams, of the Shallotte Village nmunity, was killed Monday **' :ernoon by a bolt of lightning ring a severe electrical storm, rwo other persons, Roger Wil- Ni ms. 16, cousin of the victim, I i Mrs. Henry Williams were ured by the bolt The Williis youth was stunned and sufed a severe burn and Mrs. lliams, aunt of the dead child, s knocked unconscious. ca Die Williams boys were play; in the rear yard of the home Burt Williams, next door to > residence of the bolt's victim, mc the time of the tragedy. It we s raining and Mrs. Williams wh is sitting on the front porch the home. fis Mo buildings were reported Be maged by the lightning. Hi rhe child is survived by his po rents and three brothers and ml ters. thi Funeral services for the dead lig y were conducted from the in me of the parents Tuesday af- ta: noon by the Rev. C. N. Phil- mi s. Interment was made in the co nily cemetery. sis an ilopment |E |n? 1 T ha rishenes .Inc.* ' qu jw Seems Likely That Ad- ^ justment Between City wi Officials And New Offi- th cers Of N. C. Fisheries, na Inc., May Be Made w< ITY MAY DICKER Sc FOR NEW OWNER wl yc ne Live Wire Contact AI- ^ eady Has Been Made th And Representative Has se Been Here jc Matters relative to the local 0( ant of the North Carolina Fish- m ies, Inc., seem to be in a fair s| ay to be adjusted to the satis- bi ction of the city officials and si mthport citizens. Since the re- til int change in presidents of the te incern a committee has been ap- Ci >inted, composed of three mem- in irs of the board of directors, and in is been given the authority to si indie things in a manner that ould be satisfactory to all. At di meeting a few days ago com- al ittee members left it up to the B ty aldermen to arrange a satis- L .ctory lease or sale of the plant, tt The committee showed a most tti insiderate attitude, paving the ay for operation of the plant SI the city found someone to H ase or buy it. The statue of the \\ hole matter is that Southport ra )pears to be in a fair way to Pi it its money back, and the plant gi i start operating, thus carrying ri it its original object of provid- H g employment. (Continued on page 4) d: a 1ourt Convenes in Monday Morning & ol The June term of Brunswick P< >unty Superior court for the R ial of civil actions convenes th onday with Judge N. A. Sin- at air, of Fayetteville, scheduled of i preside. No cases of unusual public in- B rest are scheduled for trial. H M Officials Back h< From Chicago ^ J. M. Roach, chairman of the unswick County Board of ComIssioners, S. Bunn Frink, counattorney, and R. X. Mintz, >rk to the board, returned Satday from Chicago, 111., where ey spent last week attending business in connection with e refunding of the bonded inbtedness of Brunswick county. rtising Will The Airwaves it no definite day or hour has ;en set for the presentation of lis weekly feature. He is simy lining up the arrangements > obtain material each week. In short, WPTF is asking for weekly bulletin outlining the ghlights of the week's fishing :ws at Southport, both commeril and sport Hereafter parties id individuals, as well as boaten, who make outstanding catles should see to it that a re>rt reaches Mr. Keziah in order lat it may be put on the air om Station WPTF. ' ^ fill' I rii'liiiliii Hi , The Pilot Covers j 3runswick County i $1.50 PER YEAR I wo Southport I Boys Drown In I Lake Near Here I liott Moore And Robert I Jorgensen Come To Tra- B gic End Thursday Night I While Fishing In Pretty 1 Pond, Near Southport I DAT OVERTURNED fl WITH BOTH BOYS 9 either Could Swim, And 9 n Resulting Excitement, j] Both Were Lost In Nar row Pool Of Deep 9 Water I A. moonlight fishing party I me to a tragic end Thursday ;ht when Elliott Moore and I ibert Jorgensen, two of the H >st popular boys in Southport, m ire drowned in Pretty Pond I len their small boat overturned. 9 The boys were members of a H hing party that included W. E. H 11. Vallee Frcdere and Otto fl ckman. They had gone to the H nd, which is located about ten 9 les from Southport, to try H eir luck for trout in the moon- fl ht. Moore and Jorgensen were fl a small rowboat a short dls- H nee from shore, and other fl jmbers of the party heard the H mmotion when their boat cap- fl Neither of the boys could swim H d their companions hurried to- B 11 ? brtln Hof/tPfl ini Ult'IU tu unci I1C1|#. uviviv . ey could reach their side both B d disappeared beneath the sur- fl ce. and an automobile was Bt ickly dispatched for Southport fl spread the alarm. The accident . 9 currcd about 10 o'clock and it fl is not until after one o'clock fl at the bodies were located in a B .rrow slip of deep water. fl Both of the drowned youths fl ire members of prominent B lulhport families. Jorgensen H no was 21-years-of-age, was the B lungest son of Mrs. Emma C. H irgensen, and in addition to his B other is survived by two bro- jl crs, William and Neils Jorgen- 9 n, and one sister, Miss Vera fl irgensen. H The Moore boy was 16-yoars- n -age and was the eldest son of .t.B r. and Mrs. Joel L. Moore. One M ster, Josephine Moore and a B -other, Joel L. Moore, Jr., also B irvive. The youth was to leave fl lis week for Ft. Bragg to at- B nd Citizens Military Training 9 amp and he already had sent B his reservation to the Citadel, 9 Charleston, S. C., for admls- B on thi3 fall. M The Jorgensen funeral was con- H idea at 2:30 o'clock Saturday 9 ternoon from the Southport . B nptist church, with the Rev. A. 9 . Brown In charge, assisted by B le Rev. E. M. Hall, pastor of B le Trinity Methodist Church. fl Active pallbearers were: Dan B lannon, Lenwood Spencer, Jack fl ickman, Eddie Spencer, Howard fl ratts and James Smith; hono- B try?William Walker, Ralph nelps, W. E. Bell, Herbert Rod- 9 >rs, John Shannon, Harry Aiddge, Price Furpleas and Egan fl ubbard. Sr. g The Moore funeral waa eon- M icted at the Tnnity Methodist fl hurch two hours later at 4:30 B clock. The Rev. Mr. Hall waa charge of the final rites, and B misting him were the three B her active ministers of South- B ?rt, the Rev. Mr. Brown, the fl ev. A. H. Marshall, pastor of ,fl ? St. Phillips Kpi.scopal church id the Rev. J. R. Potts, pastor IB ' the Presbyterian church. B Active pallbearers were: Victor B artell, Samuel Holden. Jack X ickman, John Lancaster, James cKeithan and James Hood. Jr.: fl inorary: London Spencer, Law :B (Continued on page 4.) fl Tide Table I Following Is the tide table for Southport daring the mat fl week. These hours are appro- B xlmately correct and were for- B nlsbed The State Port Pilot through the courtesy of the fl Cape Fear Pilot's Association. B High Tide Low TUto B TIDE TABLE fl Thursday, June 16 B 9:30 a. m. 3:111 a. m. B 10:01 p. m. 3:42 p. m. fl Friday, June 17 B 10:19 a. m. 1:29 a. m. B 10:38 p. m. 4:23 p. m. fl Saturday, June 18 B 11:03 a. m. 5:09 a. m. 0 11:18 p. m. 5:07 p. m. Bj Sunday, June 19 B 11:49 a. m. 5:51 a. m. B p. 5:57 p. in Jb Monday, June 20 B 12:01 a. m. 6:36 a. m. M 12:40 p. m. 6:53 p. m. H Tuesday, June 21 fl 12:51 a. m. 7:25 a. m. J B 1:36 p. m. 7:55 p. m. I fl Wednesday, June 22 | fit 1:49 a. m. 8:19 a. m. I B 2:35 p. m. 9:00 p. m.| M

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