of The News
411 The Time
'Mat TEN NO. 4
Miners In Tree
L C. Fergus, Mrs.!
, Arnold And Mrs.
,V[ Holden Were Win-'
; In Various Classify j
JrTER THAN EVER j
originality And Taste i
In Entries This j
Than Was Ever
?inncrs for the Christening
contest sponsored by
Woman's Club have
joenceil by the judges.
tlzc for the prettiest!
went to Mrs. L. I
K,, with Mrs. E. M. Hall i
Kgtcnorablc mention. Mrs.
Knccived u fruit cake.
at the home of
yn Arnold was adjudged
beautiful, with honorable j
K. going to Mrs. H. \V. j
winner received a gal-1
It J. Holden received first
^l$r having the most beautree,
with Mrs. F. M.
Bit receiving honorable!
,\><nrted cakes were
K in this division.
the colored residents :
IP Idly Eliza Wortham had '
K*: beautiful Christmas
gjm received a fruit j
: before in I lie history of
Repetition was tlicre keener
Re; shown in the contest, anil
S' uthport more
! .locked for the holiR?cn.
Great care and good I
- decorations were every^Ri
evidence and some con^R
?nt to considerable cs -if
Oi Big News j1
Rri Erenti Of State, J
Rtwn and World-Wid.
lereit During Past
Ihaknt Roosevelt disclosed
that the government I'
r?;!l begin training 20,000 11
Hh; students annually as h
pilots, giving the United I
^Rrs one of the most form-1 <
^Rlc aerial reserves in the 1
He said at his press 11
Bjtn e that preliminary j I
Br. call for start of the pro- 11
in several hundred col-1'
H during the school year 11
B*"1 under supervision of j1
H National Youth Adminls- ,
I'rtaib were worked ]
the Civil Aeronautics I;
Htior.ty. he said. Mr. Roosc-1
disclosure came after it j |
learned authoritatively j
^B?' plan? to send a special |
to the 76th Congress j
Be, for supplemental ntili- '
and naval funds to
^B gigantic, longrangc
bWcsy Dies 1
Zona 'lale Breese, the|]
rjied at Passavant ! ]
jita! Tuesday night of j;
pneumonia. She was 64. 1
came to the famous
^B8*' writer at 6:45 p. ni. t
* T.) after an ilhicss of t
^B'" three weeks. For most I
last week she had been 1
B" ''xygen. At licr bedside i
|B he died was licr hus- i
r1' IVilliam L. Breese, PortV*
'v'.- banker and indusBjJ*
whom she married in
tnt'J last night the noted '
^f"'r had been believed holdBi^rev,,
agamst the illness.
K Hull warned Amer- '
B8 tutioro last night they 1
B*p:,vc to e.\ert the "utmost t
H" resist the spread
B!*-- hemisphere of nillitar- .
H^ 'iteni3 which threaten tO|(
m*'- ""rid The head of j j
-toted ctates state depart-|j
^F ^Poke at a farewell dtn- ,
K tr fcpresentatives from
K-1 nations at the eighth .
B:'wn an conference. "We
Hjv 11 there lias been great jr
Kn:fi Ktween nations, the.
c'-iiired Hull said in hie 1
B *1 address." ... We s
K, ^4- sn much of the '
any form of <
Bt j'T/'"-- has completely \ an|X*t
kco-sr that might lui !
a page 4)
One Of Soutl
A. E. Peterson Died Mi
day Night In Brunswi
County Hospital As 1
suit Of Heart Attack
WAS WELL KNOWN
Was 88-Years Of Age I
Despite His Advance
Years Was Thoroughly
Independent Of AM
A. E. Peterson, well knc
Southpoit citizen, died Mom
night at the Brunswick Cou
Hospital as a result of an he
attack. He was 88 years of a
In many ways Peterson >
one of this community's ni
interesting characters. Despite
advanced years he was active i
industrious and gained his liv
solely by his own efforts.
He was a skilled and painst
ing craftman. and most of his i
jobs about town were for- c
pentry. But his first love i
horticulture and his pet hoi
was growing flowers about
home, where he lived alone.
A native of Sweden, he .!
away from home while still in
teens and came to America,
was employed by the family
the late E. B. Stevens in Chaci
and came here in 1888 with
employer. He never married a
so far as Is known, has no cl
n A? T.
It appears That Article
Recent Issue Of Natior
Publication Slightly F
CLARK SENDS COPY
HERE FOR STUE
Ramifications Of Perki
Leave Several Loopholes
It now appears that un<
alf?rm was experienced Iocs
over the possible harm t
might result for local boatn
from the international labor tre
which recently was given pu
city in this newspaper.
The newspaper write-up \
based upon an article which
peared in one of the more rep
able boating magazines?an a
ele written by a maratinc lawj
In response to a hurried
guest Congressman J. Bayi
Clark mailed a copy of this 1
to W. B. Kcziah, secretary of
Southport Civic Club. A care
reading fails to show wher
local boats will be adversely
fcctcd. However, there arc cert
references that arc not availa
ind there is a possibility tl
these may contain features i
revealed in the niain body of I
On the surface it appears u
here is not a single local sp
(Continued on Page 4.)
Taking the part of Bern
Nicmeyer in the piay "Sts
Door" at the Dock Street Thea
n Charleston. S. C., last we
Miss Mary Dick Cannon of Sou
>ort arid one of her schoolnia
it Charleston College won pra
for their performance.
Critics and the Chariest
icwspapcrs were especially c<)
nondablc <J the work of M
Cannon, who is the daughter
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cannon, e
is now spending the holidays to
n-ith her parents.
tVhile dog stories are got
he rohnds Bingo, the semi-cho
ate colored pooch of Mayor Je
Ericksen, should not be forg
Bingo was originally owned
tack Christian, at that tii
'ashicr of the Peoples Unit
Jank. Just how the dog came
eceive its name has not bt
Bingo took a fondness :
Mayor Eriksen wliile still a dw
er in the house of Christi
The Mayor reprociatcd and Bir
hanged hands for. some pccu
fry consideration. Thereafter
?ecanie, and still is, Soiithpoi
Jog Ho. 1.
For a time Bingo lost t
lonor. He w as stolen arid it u
wore tbac a year before hie v
ing Citizens Dies
hi? Hjs funeral- services were held
Tuesday afternoon at Trinity
| Methodist; church by Rev. E. M.
*V'S I Hall. Interment was in the Southe
' ,,,,,..,.1n itv, Ik/. f/.I1/1.1-i r. n
ljro | men serving' as-active pallbearers:
hLs J. Berg. W. H. Walker, A. E.
nil, I Stevens, Harry 'Aldridge, Warren
lose Hood, and Captain Charlie Svvann.
, ; ?
}ause For Alarm
*- 1 ?; ?
I*1 j Recorder's Court
oj Will Meet Monday
I V ,
I Despite, the fact that memjy
j hers of the board of county
commissioners in their last
ins ' '"ce'^K decreed that Monday,
January 2, should he observ"
cd as a county holiday the
Brunswick county Recorder's
court uIU hold its first Mon.
day session on that day. '
. . Tbe reason given is that
previous announcement had
'lat . been made that the change
ie" from Wednesday to Monday
7 sessions would become effec"
tlve next week.
Also out of luck so far as
*a5 < a Monday holiday is concernBP"
. ed are. the teachers and school
j children, for the public
r*'" i schools will o|?cn for work on
rcr that day.' rc
b Navassa Negro
Z Killed By Auto
u in 1 _
blpjCar Driven By R .L. Bor*
lat! deaux Strikes And Kills
not! Negro; Inquest To Be
the Held Thursday Night
lat Salter R. Blanks, negro resident
orttof Navassa who appeared to be
about 35-ycars of age, was struck
Thursday night by an automobile
driven by Raymond Lloyd Bor/!
deaux and died the following
morning as a result of injuries
igc Investigating officer* reported
tre that there was evidence indicating
ek, that the victim was intoxicated
th- and stepped into the path of the
tes n Bordeaux machine. The driver,
iseTwho was on his way to church
Iwlth members of his family, was
.on not hcjd.
ni- However, the following jury has
iss been enipannelcd by Coroner John
of i G. Caison for an inquest Thursmd
j day night: R. C. Holmes, R. M.
ere j Powell, G. F. Ganey, Ed Ganey,
j Carl West, J. F. Coleman.
i J e ...
fir To The Quail
ing | recovered. Likewise, on one or
co- tw o occasions when the bird
>hn punting season was eloped in
ot- North Carolina and still open in
Louisiana, Bingo has journeyed to
. ? the western state in company
me ' Mcssick for sonic post^
season quail hunting.
Paul would permanently ajtnex
Bingo and deport him to Louis;en
Ana if it were not for the fact
that Bouthport's mayor says no.
for Not only is Bingo credited with
el- a wonderful nose for finding quail,
an- lie has a certain other vary valuigo.able
and liighly esteemed attriin-!
bdtc. Mayor, Eriksen declares that
lio | when Bingo finds quail while
t's i tanging far afield and out of
tight he Will straightway return
jjj, and lead the man ujth t^ie gun
into good shooting petition b_fore
lie flushes the covey,
d News paper In
Riegel Company S
Large Paper Company Pur- Ca
chases Seedlings For Re- j
forestation Of Holdings'
In Columbus And Brunswick
TREES LAST YEAR
Definite Planting Program a
Will Enable The Company
To Have New
Pulpwood Ready For
Harvest All The
One hundred thousand forest thi
seedlings have been ordered from cn
the State Forest Nursery of the yes
Department of Conservation and j th<
Development by the Riegel Paper J So
Company with headquarters in 19;
Bolton, for reforesting portions of I '
its holdings in Columbus and j nu
Brunswick counties, Assistant j W
State. Forester F. H. Claridgc! Dc
said last week. I tic
Some 37,000 of these young j crc
j trees already have been shipped coi
j from forestry division's nursery j cei
j near Clayton and are now being I '
| planted under the supervision of; tot.
| the forestry in charge of the I poi
paper company's holdings of some 19:
-30,000 acres. The young trees cig
are being planted on cut-over and pai
burned-oycr areas. The first ship- aci
ment is composed entirely of abi
slash pine. In all, the company yci
will plant 60,000 slash, 30,000
loblolly and 10,000 long leaf pine tol
! Last winter this same company av<
bought and planted 73.000 pine
I seedlines from the Clayton forest c<
nursery. A-majority survived ami
are making a good growth, Claridgc
"The result obtained from last f(H
year's plantings were so satisfactory
that the company is plan- <
liing to carry on a systematic th<
prograjm of reforestation in cut- (
| over and burnt-over areas by us- bui
ing seedlings from the State For- thi
est nursery," Claridge said. cei
By following a definite plant- ag
ing program, the company can pei
have a new crop of pulpwood i
ready for harvesting within 15 to pn
20 j'cars, Claridge pointed out ye:
By careful and proper cutting, est
this new growth will yield a con- wa
tinuous crop of wood year after las
Negro Facing t
Ernest Wilson Held On
First Degree Murder
Charge Following Coro- "
ncr's Inquest Last Night j
Ernest Wilson, 16-ycar-old colorcd
youth, is being held for trial ccr
at the next term of Brunswick sea
county superior court on charges bu:
of first degree murder following 19f
tho fatal shooting of Asbury $5,
Harker, colored, Sunday night (MX
near Thornasboro. 1
Harker was shot in the head 00(
and chest with a shotgun blast pas
through the window of his home du<
and he died msianuy. ne n?u uw
had trouble earlier in the after- in
noon with Wilson while both were av<
at church. It is charged that ccr
] Wilson went to the home of an las
I uncle, procured a. gun and shot J
'Marker shortly after nightfall. ma
A coroner's jury returned a bca
I verdict of guilty at their hear- nc\
i ing last night at Thomasboro and 1
ordered Wilson held for trial.
Serving on the jury were Craven
Nelson, R. O. Lewis,' Laccy Ben- p
nett, Martin Bennett, R. J. Som- C/
mersett and A. D. Long.
Among The Moat Enjoyable (
Contributions To The
Christmas Season Were J
The Church Programs req
Among tlic most beautiful fea- j-2
tures of the Christinas season fjoi
were the special programs at the wci
various' churches; , - I
At the South port Baptist I wit
church the girls choir under the qua
direction of Rev. A. L. Brown Foi
contribute (J beautifully to the pro- pe
gram of song an<J story render- the
ed during the Sunday evening er
service. Hie Baptists held their tioi
Christmas-tree program on Mon- tow
day night, at which ,tinic a page- put
ant was presented under the di- sill
rection of, Mrs. B. R. Finoh and pib
Mrs. George Whatlcy. | Coi
At .the Trinity Methodist church j , 1
apeciii m'Jsic featured the morn- j ins
ing worshrip service' and in the the
evenihg there was a special I tie]
Christmas, story. - |cha
(Coitiued 08 Page Foiir) ,fax
A Good Com:
lnesday, December 2?
late Weed Crop
Those For 1937.
irolina's Principal Cash
Crop Dropped In Value
As Compared With That ,
Of The Year Preceding
UNGS 23 MILLION ,
LESS THAN IN 1937 1
timated Seasonal Averge
On Tobacco Was 23
Cents A Pound, A Cent
Less Than The 1937
Irunswick farmers should nianiit
a keen Interest in the fact
it the State's principal cash ,
>p?tobacco?brought less last :
ir by $23,000,000 than in 1937, j
; Cooperative Crop Reporting 1
rvice reported yesterday in Its
18 survey. 4I0IIM
rhc report did not list estiitcs
on farm cash income but
, H. Rhodes, chief of the State '
partment of Agriculture s taliss
division, said "estimates on
>p values for the year were '
isidcrably less than farmers re- ]
,ved for their 1937 products." ,
rhc final estimate on the 1938 ,
iacco crop was 319,230.000
unda, 13 per cent less than '
17's record crop but nearly '
;ht per cent more than the
st 10-ycar average. The 603,000 '
res cultivated in tobacco is
out 11 per cent below last
rhc estimated seasonal average
>acco price was 23 cents a .
1 ~ * i ik,... tu? tniT I
Liiiu, ti ct-iii. 1C99 umu t??v ico i
crage, indicating a crop valuo
$119,187,000 this year eomparto
the $112,726,000 of 1937.
iVcreagc decreased during the
ar in all flue-cured tobacco
Its, but the State's 1938 predion
has been exceeded only
ir times in the crop's history,
10, 1933, 1935 and 1937.
Summaries on other crops for
: year were:
Porn: Approximately 16,398,000
shcls, about two per cent more i
in last year and nearly 11 per
it above the past 10-ycaravcre.
PHces averaged five cents j
C bushel less than last year,
toy crops: Yields per acre of >
icticajly all hays exceeded last \
ir and set a new record. Anj
imatcd yield per acre of .9 tons
s reported compared with .85
t year and a 10-year average
Peanuts: The 1938 peanut crop i
219,075,000 pounds is the fifth |
gest on record, is 16 per cent
s than the 1937 crop but is
>ut nine per cent more than
s past 10-year average. The
:rage price was 3.6 cents per I
and and indicates a total value
$8,967,000 compared with $9,1,000
received last year.
Potatoes: In North Carolina the
18 acreage was about 16 per
it smaller than in 1937. The
isonal price of 65 cents per '
shel was 1 cents better than for
17 and the crop was valued '
618,000 compared with ?5,849,- '
I last year.
' . . . ? u
He sweet pouuo acreage 01 oi,- )
was 3,000 acres below the
it 10 year average and the pro:tion
at 8,718,000 bushels has
in exceeded only three times
the history of this crop. The
-rage price per bushel at 65
its was 12 per cent less than
Soy . beans: The present esti,tc
of 155,000 acres of soy
ins harvested for beans set a
v high record.
eruit crops: North Carolina
(Continued on page 8)
To Be Accepted
oice Of Boys For Enlistment
Will Be Left In The
Hands Of Superintendent .
Of Welfare In This ,
7orth Carolina has received
ulsition for 1077 juniors for
C enrollment between January
0, 1930, T. L Grier, CCC Selecl
supervisor, announced this p
'laus have been worked out v
h Fourth Corp3 Area head- <irters
and CCC-District "A" at j.
rt Bragg whereby cnroilces may ^
accepted at the camp nearest
local selection agency. Form- .
practice of the CCC organizar
was to establish certain t
ms enrolling points through- t
i the state, and the new system
1 he a saving in miles for ap- 1
ants seeking admission to the v
pg, Grier pointed out. t
he Stkte Board of Charities s
I public v,"el/are, designated as t
selecting , agent , by the War
partnient, has delegated actual p
osir.g of tie applicants to wel- v
t offioitts in the counties. t
Andrew Jack i
J. Sommersett, Resident
Of Seaside Community,
Has Fine Reputation As
PARTIES LAST YEAR
BAGGED 14 BUCKS
Sportsmen From Upstate
Enjoy Hearing Andrew
Jack Talk About His
Other Hunts And
About His Hounds
A. J. Sommersett, who lives in'
the Seaside vicinity is known as
the best deer hunter in Brunswick
county. During the fall and
winter Mr. Sommersett devotes
his full time to deer and turkey
hunting. Last year ho directed
drives that brought in 14 bucks.
Andrew Jack, as he is known
to his hunters, is also known for
his wit and humor. Hunters who
come from all parts of the state
and elsewhere always look forward
to hearing his lengthy
stories about his dogs and the
deer, and they get a great kick
out of riding with him on his
Model-T strip down through the
woods, and around the pine trees.
He has four excellent deer hounds
ind he prizes?them more than
^ii> a ms
Uivic dub bee
Although the plant was Installed
some weeks ago, electrlc
current did not replace
the kerosene lump at Cape
I'ear light house until about
ten days ago. A 500-watt
lamp is being used and this
gives a visibility of 22-roilra
The powerful magnifying
glass, of course, aids in malting
the light effective at this
distance. The old light is said
to have been. visible for a
distance of only eight miles.
Should there arise a need for
a greater light than the magnified
500-watt lamp a change
can quickly bo made to a
Charlie Robbins Seriously
Wounded And Joe Wescott
Also Injured In Exchange
Of Gunfire Saturday
Charlie Robbins is in a critical
:ondition at Bullock hospital in
iVilmtngton and Joe Wescott is a
latient at James Walker Mcnioral
hospital as a result of wounds
lustaincd Saturday night in an
exchange of gunfire at tnc kod>ins
service station near Leland
m the South port-Wilmington
It is reported that Wcscolt
:amc to the. Robbins station apparently
in an intoxicated condiion
and was ordered out by the
proprietor. Incensed at this trcatnent.
it is reported that Wes:ott
returned later with a gun
ind opened fire upon Robbins as
he latter waited upon a cusloniir
out in front of the station,
tobbins, it is said, had a gun in
lis shirt and he drew this weapon
ind shot Woscott in the leg. He
ilso suffered a bullet wound in
Robbins was shot through the
host and his condition while
lonicwhat Unproved, still is critical.
Weseott was painfully but
lot seriously hurt.
High Scoring h
Regular patrons of the South ort
bowling alley believe that
tipley missed a good subject
then he failed to ratch Arvillc
"otrell last week as he posted j
lis record-breaking score of 207.
f the famous cartoonist had
nade a drawing of the feat, they
telieve that he'd have been forced
o show a shadow of Lady Luck
lovering in the background.
Only once before had Cotrel! I
iroken by 100, and in his pre-1
ious game he. had registered In,
he high sixties. Six straight
trikes plus a couple. of spares
old the story.
Hi3 score wiped out the 190ioir.t
total of McDonald Ciilikec,
vfco had topped the ; 137-pcint
otii compiled by a visitor off a,
SHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
\nd His Deer '
I . ' . .
' - ' 8
i I '*"* b
jany thing else, according to his ^
Seaside (uid the surrounding v
i estate is kriown for its good hunt- a
j ing and Sommersett is due a v
great deal of credit for this, be- p
cause he has drawn a good num- n
! ber of people to Brunswick coun- c
ty- w mi c
retary In l
In Seekinc To Establish L
Existance Of Church In \
Brunswick County At b
Bath He Writes To Eng- t<
RECEIVES ANSWER l
TO HIS INQUIRY
letter To Ix?rd Archbishop |b
Of Cantebery Turned 0
Over To Librarian At j'
i-umbeth Palace |j
\V. B. Kcziah, secretary of the *
Southport Civic Club, has been |
busy recently trying to establish _
| the fact tiiat a church was iu j I
I existance' in' Brunswick county|
before the one at Bath, com- j
monly credited with being the j
oldest in North Carolina.
Several weeks ago Kcziah wrote -j
the Lord Archbishop of Ccntcbcry
and asked for. information 'regarding
the early church settlement
of America, seeking specific information
concerning the church
at Old Brunswick. Thus week
there came a reply, from Irene J. j
Churchill of the Lambeth Palace'
Library, to whom the Southport j '
man's- letter was referred by His I
Among the referrences given, j ^
with a suggestion to write for j
what matter may be available, vj
| was John W. Lyddcker of the j
(Continued from page one) ^
Club Holds Meeting
Mrs. J. E. Dodson entertained
tlic member? of the Exum Home
rinmnnatrattan club Tuesday. Dec
ember 13, at her home from 2:30
until i o'clock. The living room
and dining room were thrown w
cnsiiite and' were attractively dee- al
orated with Christmas decorations
and colors. A short business ses- w
sion was held, then Mrs. Dodson 01
| and Mrs. Marion is. Dosher took "
I over the recreational features. ^
' Many games and contests were
I held. Mrs. B. R. Bennetle and
j Mrs. P. P. Mhitz were awarded
j prizes in the contests. The hostess _
served fruit juice and fipiit cake _
| to Uie following: Mrs. Dosher,
'home agent, Mcsdamcs B. R. Ben'
ncttc, W. B. Edwards, J. L. Mintz,
Id. P; Mintz, Miley Little; Misses
Ruth and Ivy Little. All enjoyI
cd" Mrs. Dodson hospitality very
j yacht. Captain John Ericksen
held the top spot for several
j week3 with his 181 points.,
j Arthur Brown, Prince O'Brien,
Eddie Spencer, It. L. Brendle,
Dr. L. C. Fergus, R. M. Wolfe,
not to mention Coast Guardsmen
W. M. Barnett, George O'Neill j
and A. E. Huntley, now are flirting
with Dame Fortune; for with
a. little friendliness on her part
they believe they have a chance
to use their usual good game
as a foundation for a score that
will carry the peak beyond 207.
Right now the honor of being i
high scorer among the ladles i3 !
shared by Mrs. H. T. Bt. George
and Mrs. W: C. Rcece. The 'former
rolled up 171 points several, weeks I
ago and this figure stood igitU |
Mrs. F.eece tied it l?*t week. ?ifr*
The Pilot Covers
$1.50 PER YEA?
In Frozen Grip
ludden Snap Put In Appearance
Close On Heels Of Pleasant
IN SOME PLACES
outhport Enjoys Custogaary
Escape From Effects
Of Extremely Low
Southport was shivering this
lornlng from the effects of a
old wave that blew in from the
est and hit this section someime
Tuesday night. As usual,
owever, weather conditions here
re not nearly so bad as have
een experienced in most other
eetions of this and other states,
"he unofficial reading here was
Temperatures fell as the frigid
. cather advanced to the East
nd South from the icy West
.here sub-zero readings were reortcd
in 10 states and a miniaum
of 37 below zero was reorded
at Warroad, Minn., on the
At least a dozen deaths were
ttributed to wind, cold and slipcry
highways. Snow, sleet anc:
ain hampered traffic in many
Snow ranging up to eight' inhes
drifted quickly in Michigan,
ut off-lake gusts abated as the
hcrmometer dropped toward zero,
farquette was virtually snowomul.
Manistique was without
elcgraph or telephone service.
"he Coast Guard reported the
trongest seas in years swept off
The blizzard disrupted comrnun- 2
sat inns at Sault Ste. Marie and
etween Peloskoy and the Straits
I Mactunac. nvmn Miurnuary
oads were, blocked by six-foot
now hummocks In lower Mich;uu
while the sail nuciusuicd t>cween
12 and 19 inches in thfli
'otal Of Seventeen Cases
Were Disposed Of Here
Before Judge W. M.
Stanaland Last WednesJ,y
A new record for the number
f cases disposed of in one day rfc
sfore the Brunswick county reader
was established last Wcdcsday
.when judgment was pass1
by Judge Walter M. Stanaland
t 17 cases.
George Potter, white, was conicted
of operating a motor vehi- |
e with improper lights and was
ixed with a fine of $10.00 and
J. E. Bradsham, white, was
largcd with operating a motor
ehiclc while he was under the 9
iflucnce of liquor but his case
as dimsisscd without cost to
James Johnson, colored, was j
ixed with the costs of his ease
hen convicted of driving an
utomobilc with improper brakes.
Ashburn Lee Drew Middlcton,
hite, pleaded guilty to charges
f violating the traffic laws and !
as taxed with the costs.
E. W. Williamson and Preston
tcadman. white, were convicti
of being drunk and disorderly,
ach was fined $100.00 and the
(Continued on page 4)
Following Is tba tide labia,
for Southport during the negt
week. These hours are apprw*
xlmately correct and were fui?
nlsbed The State Port Pilot
through the courtesy of tho
Cape Fear Pilot's Association
High Tide Low TMr S
Thursday, December 22 ' ?
7:18 a. m. 1:41 a. m.
8:08 p. m. . 2i!0 p. nj.
Friday, December 23
8:20 a. m. 2:23 a. m.
8:46 p. in. 2:58 p. ui. '
Saturday, December 24
0:01 a. in. 3:02 a. in.
0:24 p. m. 3:24 p. m, |
Sunday, December 25
9:38 a. m. 3:37 a. ui.
10:05 p. ui. 4:08 p. m. j
Monday, December 26
10:17 a. m. 1:11 a. m. I
10.41 p. in. 4:41 p. m.
Tuesday, December 27
10:58 a. m. 4:45 a. m11:31
p. m. 3:17 p.H?
Wednesday; December 28
1,1:42 a- m. v; 5:26 a. m.
' 3:68 p. a". J
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