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KLUME TEN NO. 2C
lemocratic
I Votors I"
I Saturd
<fclr
For House Of Repre- r
tntatives Is Center Of
Major Interest as Cornells
Thomas Scores Viclory
Over Sentelle
|0ND PRIMARY
IS POSSIBILITY
Luhlicans Poll Few Overl
Lr Thousand Votes,
IVith Former Sheriff,
IF. L. Lewis, Leading
His Party Ticket
hemocratic and Republican |
L-s went to the polls Satur-1
j and cast the largest vote in
' history of primary elections
Brunswick county, and when '
I smoke of battle had cleared
ce was prospect of a second
mary "n'V three Democraraces
and one Republican.
Bunn Frink led the Demo- J
tie ticket with 1.631 votes |
linst his opponent. Bill Wells. [ a
piled up "25 in his first _
st for public office,
hief interest centered in the j
i for the nomination for House j
Representatives. Cornelius
imas won over R. E. Sentelle, j
t is the incumbent. Thomas'
i> was 1.229: Sentelle polled T
IK J Hokien, clerk of Superior I
K-f lost the Democratic nom-1
- to Sam T. Bennett. BenBt
had 1.247 votes to 1,083 for !
Thr three-cornered race for ^
po of Recorder's court gave
plurality to M. B. Watkins .
Ber \V. M. Stanaland and Dr. I
I P. Bishop, but there is the i
Bssibility of a second primary
Ire for this nomination. Watkins
Id 1.107 votes Stanaland 817;
fchop 413.
(Continued on page 6) ; a
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little Bits j 5
Of Big News |:
r
Newi Events Of State, c
Nation and World-Wide |e
Interest During Pest j h
Week s
j h
I tl
age-Hour Hill '?
h
A tacit warning by a group
of southern senators that they
ui'iilH filibuster aeainst a new i a
I .cage-hour proposal worried L
H congressional leaders Monday. *
I The leaders had hoped to dis- I
I pnse of the complex question j
I quickly, and adjourn by SatI
urday hut it appeared doubt- V
I ful whether their hopes would
I materialize.
Mluunii Meet
Stirring tributes that,
I brought alumni to their feet i
I twice in enthusiastic ovations j e
I wt'1 paid here today to Char- w
I les Thomas Woollen, control- j a
ler of the University of North I o
I Carolina, as graduates old and ' 1<
young paid long due homage j
I to a man who has been the j o
I tight hand colleague of four j t
I university presidents. Mr. Wool- a
I 'en's 38 years of devoted ser- i c
I vice to the university, during'
I which he has served the insti-; c
I tution in almost a dozen dif- j c
(Continued on page six)
PRECINCT
Hoods Creek
I Secession
H Frying Pan
Shingletree
hongwood
| ^
THI
I
And Repub
dominate Ti
lay's Primai
This News Stor
Forerunne
The Southport Civic Club
secretary says that the town
will be paid a visit by one
or more big naval vessels
during the summer. A standing
request for such a visit
has been on file with the
Naval Department at Washington
for some time and
since practically all of the
fleet will be in Atlantic waters
this summer, W. B. Keziah
feels that a good ship will
be scheduled to call here during
July or August.
As is was only recently announced
that the fleet would
be in Atlantic waters, Congressman
Clark was contact- !
ed 4his past week and urged
to follow up the standing reMay
Hold Secoi
To Nomina
*
lillon Ganey Led J. A.
Russ In Race For Sheriff 1
Rv Marcrin Of v fu.Ono I
Votes, But There Was I
Third Candidate
:andidates have
five days grace
n Event Second Primary Is
Called It Is Likely That
Run - Over Will Be
Held For Recorder
There is a good chance that
second primary race will to
ailed for to settle the Demcratic
nomination for sheriff and |
or judge of Recorder's court. |
'he fourth high man in the race
or county commissioner also is
ligible to ask for a run-over, I,
nd there is grounds for a second j I
ace to determine the Reptibli- j'
an nominee for judge of Recordr's
court.
Dillon L. Ganey led J. A. Russ
y 61 votes in the race for the c
hcriff's nomination, but Wrcnt "
fintz, the third candidate,, polled |
55. Sheriff Russ stated Tuesday
hat he was not ready to make
definite announcement, and he
as five days from the date
(Continued on page 6)
|P
iouthport Team j
.oses Two Games!
Vannnish Scored 11 T0 8 t
Victory On Local Din-1 j
mond Thursday, And Iv-!,
anhoe Nine Secured Re- J i
venge For Previous Dc-''
feat Saturday
Southport lost two losclv pla.v- f
d (ramos on her home field last i
'eek to bring her season's aver- c
ere down to the .500 mark. Out
f six games three have been c
ist and three won. 1
Wannanish took the measure 1
f the local lads Thursday by t
he score of 11 to 8. Thompson ! '
nd Willing shared the pitching: '
hores for Southport. t
Saturday afternoon Ivanhoc >
apitalized upon breaks and bunhed
hits to beat the local nine I
(Continued on page 6)
DUE
Judge Solicitor Senate
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60 j 13[ 31 391 63
110 41 44 88! 95 :
206 51 68 169 1941 I
79; 60! 37, 91 88,'
388 137! 240' 239! 389! 1
23 18 11 27 31
35 41 25 41 52
120 82! 129 51| 117 f
76| 104 99 59 122
108 70, 89 65 125 <
31 48 48 19 50,
59 85; 95' 46; 75
37 12 37; 9 38
108 79; 150 38| 130
42 18 30; 27 20
50 29 43 28 41
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A Good
6-PAGES TODAY
lican J
icket In
ry Election
y May Be
r Of Ship Visit
quest. At the same time Gov- p
ernor Hoey was advised of ,
the request for a visit and '
was asked to follow up with
a letter to the Congressman ?
and to make the visit one of
State, when and if a ship is
sent here.
Goverhor Hoey promptly
advised that he will take up
the matter with the Congressman
and will do all possible
towards having a ship r
or ships assigned for a visit. rl
It is understood that the Y
Naval Department will send r
the most desirable ship avail- )
able and that the time will v
be dependent on when such V
a vessel may be passing off f
South port.
f
nrl Pri maw
ite Candidates <
Add This To Your '
Fishing Methods
i
Oscar Sellers, Routhport j 1
boy, weilded a rustic implo- ; f
nient to moan advantage j 1
Monday on the finny tribe \ (
of the waters here about. | (
Oscar manned his rowboat r
and took off for the shallow i *1
water of the bay. He was j I
in search of flounders, and IJ
his only means of catching | j
them was on the sharp |r
prongs of a pitchfork. He [ t
came back with fifteen fish I
which averaged well over 15
three pounds each. J
I
Reynolds And >
Winborne Win ;
(weeping Victory For "Our \
Rob" In The Entire State q
Over His Only Opponent, >
Frank Hancock, Of Ox- 1
ford j*
|f
A sweeping victorv for Ren- 1
itor Robert R. Reynolds was con- R
icded yesterday by his opponent, A
lep. Frank Hanrock, Jr. as late "V
eturns front the Democratic].!
trimary for the U. S. Senate C
tushed Reynolds majority to
ibovc 100,000 votes. ^
Meanwhile, late returns con-11
inued to pile up votes for the i I
ncumbent, Stanley Winborne, c
>ver his opponent, Paul D. Grady, jv
n the race for Utilities Com- f
nissioner. j I
Brunswick county gave Reynolds
i flattering: majority over Han- i
ock, but Grady was the high ! 1
nan over Winborne for utilities ' s
. ommissioner. : i
From his home at Oxford, Han- 1
ock, who has represented the l f
Ifth district since 1930, made t
>ublic a telegram congratulating J
he senator and pledging him I [
'active support and sincere coop-I r
. ration in your every effort to i
ulvance the social and economic j i
velfare of our people." j 1
When the vote in yesterday's i
irimarv had been reported from ,
(Continued on page 6) ||
Complet<
House Clerk Recorder
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54! 105 109 106! 125| 9 197f 3'
14 81 41 66 70 31 77 2!
,39 260 240 8.3 437j 63 394! 5
11 11 28 14 29: 3j 20 2'
22! 26 38 j 45( 28 j 23| 20| 21
38 38 j 147' 143! 58 14: 82 10,'
55! 109, 58 108 71 112 24 4
41 63 93! 129 42 54 31i 91
251 201 51j 591 14 3| 91 6
71 39; 107 131 13 4 12 12
10 17 30 43 5 0 81 3
52' 65j 104 130! 54 46 65 7
401 28! -27: 55 4 16 15 2!
28 14 55 41 30 9! 161 4
25 972 1229 1247 1083 413.1107 81
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News paper I
Southport. N. C., V\
?one H. Lewis,
Of Whiteville
Died On Friday
lusiness Manager A n c
Publisher Of The New.'
Reporter Succumbed Ir
Wilmington Hospital Or
Friday Morning
UNERAL SERVICES
SATURDAY AFTERNOOh
lundrcds Of People Were
In Attendance At The
Funeral Of Newspaper
Man On Saturday
Afternoon At 3'30
O'clock
Pone H. Lewis. manager enc
mblishcr of the News Reporter
lied in Jsmes Walker Mcmorla
inspital in Wilmington Frldai
nnvning at S15 o'clock, nftei
iav!ng hepp j|1 for move than
,'eelt. Me was carried to tin
inspitnt five days before, bit
ailed to rcsoond to treatment.
Funeral rites were conductor
rom the residence Saturday nfte
loon at. 3:30 o'clock, end wen
ittendcd by hundreds of sorrow
ng friends and relatives. Dr
lscar P. Fitzgerald, of lire ? Vtti
wlist church, and Reverend R. C
Inntz, of mo nrsr i resuyiwim
hurch, were in charge of thi
ites.
Active pall-bearers were: N. P
Vhesnutt, J. S. Sehulken, .lohi
Albeit Thompson, Junius K
'owell,. P>. Lennox Gore, and J
\. Maultsby. Jr. Honorary pall
learers were: W. V. Hammonds
?. F. Taylor, Hon Reynolds. .Tame:
Jarper. Jr.. VV. F. Dyer. Georgi
"). Butler, David W. Cook, am
Teovge Applewhite, all memher:
if the News Reporter stiff: Drs
P. Formy Duval, W. A. Greene
T. C. Sadler, W. E. Miller. Floyi
lohnson, J. Albright, and S
V. Smith: A. W. Baldwin, J. A
Tuiton. E. L. Vinson. E. K. Proc
or. VV. H. Powell, J. Hormai
jeder, J. S. Mann, A. E. Powell
?r? Lee Greer, Pete Townsend
lohn Oarrell, B. S. Thompson, H
j. Lyon, Sr., State Treasure:
Tharles M. Johnson, of Raleigh
tobert J. Powell, of Favetteville
5eth L. Smith, David Smith
Jajor R. J. Lamb, S. L. Fuller
V. M. Roice, VV. W. Sehulken
I. N. Coburn, A. F. Powell
Ornest Harrelson, F. B. Gault. J
T. McKenzie, G. O. Rogers, Mor
ison Forny Duval, G. VV. Gold
. B. TUCker, Dr. M. S. Smith. J
tayon Parker, of Ahoskio: R. M
loiroyd. W. C. McNeill, Waltei
ligh, Oscar High. F,. L. Baldwin
I. L. Braxton, H. M. Leaman, E
f. Dewey, Bion Formy Duval
V. E. Thompson, F. M. Smith
. W. Wilson, T. J. Edwards, B
I. Jones and F. B. Poster.
Mr. Lewis was born in White
'511c October .'11, 1 FOG. the son o
he late David James ana mio
lowell I^ewis, and received hi
diication in the schools of White
illc, and attended The Citadel, ir
Charleston, S. C. ami Masscy'i
Business College in Richmond.
During the World War, he wa:
n the service of his country
laving served for several month:
it Camp Humphreys, near Wash
ngton, D. C. Upon his return t<
Whiteville, he was for a timi
issociatcd with his father here ii
he fertilizer business.
In 1923, he entered the news
>aper field, becoming busines;
nanager of the News Reporter
\t the time of his death he wa:
uidit secretary of the North Caro
ina Press Association, a membe
(Continued on page 6)
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e Official Prii
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Sheriff Coroner
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PORr
n A Good Com
Wednesday, June 8th, 19>
1 Coun
I
i BUSINESS TRIP?J. M
r of commissioners, S. B. FrinI
f to the board, left Monday
1 the final business in connect
Elect Officers (
American L,
! si
. Mrs. S B. I-l ink Is Re-Elec- j
ted President Of Auxili- j
i J ary Unit Of The Bruns- j
f' wick County Post No.
194, American Legion
1 ELECTION HELD ON
I MONDAv AFTERNOON
Other Officers Arc Named j
si And Chairman Of Com- j
f. I mittccs In Legion Or- '
i1 ganivation Are Aps
pointed By Post
' President
t Election of officers for the
Auxiliary of the Brunswick County
Post No. Kit, American Ecgi"
| on, was held Monday afternoon,
' with Mrs. S. B. Frink being elected
president of the locai unit for
another year.
r Mrs. Frink also was named
delegate to the State Conven'jtion.
which '."nil he held at Winsjton-Salem
on .Tune 26-2S. Mrs. F.
fijvl. Sasser was named alternate.
'" Other officers elected were
Mrs. F. B. Bond, vice-president;
Mrs. J. R. Hood, secretary; Mrs. ,
|R. C. St. George, treasurer: Mrs. j
" I'- B. Bond, chaplain: Mrs. Wayne
I.einert, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs.
Warren Brown, historian.
The following women were apr
pointed to sci-ve as chairmen of
j the various committees of the
j Auxiliary: Mrs. L. T. Yaskcll.
j (Continued on page 6)
Short Session
ha County Court
'I
, Three Ca3cs Were Tried
s Here In Recorder's Court
Wednesday Before Judge j
s j John B Ward
a Only throe cases were uispuw-.i
-' of here in Recorder's court last
i Wednesday before Judge John B.
s Ward.
i! Raleigh Best, white, plead guilty
to charges of simple assault
-. and was required to pay a fine
3 of $10.00 and the costs of the
. case.
s Elmer Mooney, white, was
-' found not guilty of charges of
r | making an assault with a deadly
weapon and setting fire to the
woods.
Ij (Continued on page 6)
in II
mary Election
COMMISSIONERS
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338 117 41 179! 1341 355 229 7i
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27 14 8 22 31 32 35! 31
101 21 19| 33 94 87! 133 5!
0 41 32 22 101 47 j 54 15
32' 57 27 59 115 69 53 T
18 17 18 43 59 40 14 1!
17 31 6 77 93 64 94 3
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13 6 20 28 43 20 1, 3
14 20 28 17 40 15 14 5
734 591 367 Sjj^ "930 1250 969 86
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munity
PUBLISH!
ty Officials la Chi
. Roach, left, chairman of th(
t, center, county attorney, anr
afternoon for Chicago, 111., \
ion with the refunding of Bru
3f Local (
jgion Auxiliary
ij ______ ?
Kirhy Store At
Supply Robbed c
~!
Thieves are back at their |
nkl tricks, and the G. W.
Kirby store, at Supply again C
is the victim. Robbers entered
that place of business
through a rear window Sun- T
day night and made a safe i
getaway with articles of
clothing and other merchandise.
There was no evidence
that the intruders attempted
to enter the cash drawer or
! safe, and the theft is believed
I to have been the work of jc'
amateurs. ai
The Kirby store was rob- 11(
bed on two occasions last w
year, the last only a few
weeks before the discovery of
the local hide-out of Bill ^
Payne and Wash Turner. J C
There was some evidence ! tt
connecting them, or their accomplices,
with the latter "i
robbery. e:
Burney, Sinclair 2
Win In Districtc
I n
John J. Bnrrey And David ll
Sinclair, Both Of Wil- ?
mington, Nominated For ff
Judge And Solicitor Res- f|
pectively 1 w
P.v a narrow margin of 2,000 r
' ctca in the entire district, David i
r.inclair of Wilmington, nosed out [
.Junius K. Powell. Columbus coun-'
ty's candidate. in tb' ace f??rol'cltor
of the eighth ludicial ^
district, ."no joiui j. r>ij.-ney, aiso|re
of New I-Ianover, received a large N
majority over his opponent, Clif-1 hi
Ion L. Moore, of Burgaw, in the! w
rare for district judge. |F'
Burncy carried New Hanover iec
and Columbus by five to one,!
Brunswick by nearly two to one. j
although he lost by a good ma- j
i jority to his opponent in Pender,
Moore's home county.
Complete unofficial returns |
showed, for judge: j bf
Burney Moore ] la
New Hanover 6.694 1.972 pi
Columbus 6.716 1,5431
Pender 243 3,1171 re
I Brunswick 1,531 888 jee
Returns
Board Education House
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5 18 36 28! 48 41; 34 29
5 49 46 1431 117 131! 7 10
l| 79 611 1051 95 941 22 48|
7 80 56 108 101 101 36 4|'
B 37 481 37) 23! 20j 24 53
BI 115 96! 111 15' 49 10 50
6 32 43 27 7 21 21 12
1 69 85! 140 65 56) 72 72
g 23 38 51 18 23 55 57
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,0T [
iD EVERY WEDNESDAY
(
cago Ki
=============--? j
HK'
El
H. ^'
fr
: Brunswick county board V'.
I R. I. Mintz, right, clerk
vbere they will attend to ut
nswick county bonds. of
Civilian's Camp I
Maps Program ;f
In This Section >
pi
~~ of
amp Located Near Bolton ic
Will Do Forest Fire Con- ai
trol Work On More Than w
cnn nnn n
VVV)VVV nvi wn
AMP WILL SERVE "
EXPANSIVE AREA
?f 71
he Camp Is Under Construction
At The Pr~sent A
T:""> To Serve Half A ^
Million Acres In Co- M
lumbus-Brunswick
P
The Civilian Conservation Corps 0,
snip being: established in this D
-ea a few miles South of Bol- w
in will do forest fire control
O!
'ork on more than 500,000 acres w
f "very Inaccessible" land, Assls- u
int State Forester W. C. Mc- p
ormick, of Raleigh said during v
le week-end.
This area, he said, has been ^
musually troublesome" for forit
fire wardens.
Plans call for a 120-foot fire J
tiservation tower on the camp
te, with telephone connections
i six surrounding towers, Mc- 1
ormick said.
Later, he added, a short wave
idio sending and receiving staon
will be installed in the cental
tower, in the heart of the
reen Swamp area. The cars of
irest rangers and county forest
re wardens will be equipped
ith receiving and sending sets.
outhport Man
Awarded Medal\
R. O. Johnson, of Southport.
'orld War veteran, this week
ccived a bronze medal from j
ew York state in recognition for
s services during the war. He j
as a regular army sergeant at
t. Terry, N. Y., when the UnitI
States entered the conflict.
\lect Principal
Lei and School
T. R. Garret, of Ahoskie, has
:en elected principal of the Lend
school for next year. He reaces
W. E. Fiyler.
With the election of Mr. Gartt
all principal positions in the
>unty system have been filled.
Sheriff Recorder
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9
The Pilot Covers 9
Brunswick County H
$1.50 PER YEAR H
lompetitionln I
Jouthport Baby I
Show Is Strong I
fter Being Postponed For 9H
Almost One Week This
Event Finally Was Stag- H0
ed Last Wednesday Af- flfil
ternoon By Circle Mem- flH
bers M
IGHT FLOATS IN 9|
THE BABV PARADE M
he Town's Entire Popula:e
Turned Out For The flB
Parade Of Floats That H
Marched Through fly
Entire Business Hb
District
Twenty-four Southport babies,
ocked out in thcli Sunday be
itered the Baby Show that was BKS
Id last Wednesday afternoon MK
ider the auspietes of the circles ?M
Trinity Methodist church. fMB
Outstanding feature of thp show nOj
as the parade of floats that jj|Hj
ound its way through the busl- 9H
>ss dlstriet and brought alt
at activity to a full pause while 2H|
le little lads and lassies passed SBn
Patsy Burris, daughter of Mr.
id Mrs. S. I. Burris, won first
ize in her white sailboat. See- H
id prize winner was little Charne
Newton, daughter of Mr. OH
id Mrs. C. .t. Newton, in. her
heel-mounted swing. The rustic
mahout of Master Dannie Hnr- K^B
inson and Mary Anc Lounghlln |^B|
on a special prize for originality. HI
Prize for being the prettiest U3rf
Irl under two years of Hge went MIB
i Gertrude Gause MrNeill. dnug- 8MB
tor of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meeill;
second place was won by R
vis Sellers, daughter of Mr. and JjflD
Irs. R. K. Sellers.
Patsy Burris won the first
rizc for being the prettiest girl 98H
ver two years of age. Jaeque SB
artyn Larsen was second place iBKll
'inner in this division. SjUt
LeRoy Clarke Fergus, Jr., son IjHWI
f Dr. and Mis. L. C. King.is. BHf
as voted the handsomest boy
ndcr two years of age: second B^B
lace in this group went to Billte
/atts White, son of Mr. and BOB
irs. W. E. White. MB
Handsomest boy over two ycar3 IBB
' age was Joe Young, III, son I
' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young, Jr.; 18B
(Continued on page 6) HH
Tide Table I
Following Is Ihe tide table B8
f ir Snulhport during Ihe nest ^^B
week. These hours are appro- |HB
xlinHtely correct and were fur ^Bfl
nlahed The State Port Pilot |H|
through the coiirtea.v of the |^B
C?|ie Feitr Pilot's Aseoclatlnn. 88
High Tide taw* Tl*
TIDE TABLE
Thursday. June !) 8H|
4:15 a. m. 10:52 a. m. QOB
5:20 p. m. 11:38 p. in. MB
Friday, June 10 Bfl
5:84 a. m. 11:38 a. m. 988
0:13 p. m. p. in. B^B
Saturday, Junp 11 HK
6:17 a. m. 12.22 a. m. H
0:51 p. m. 12:21 p- m.
Sunday Junp 12
6:59 a. m. 1:05 a. m. HH
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