SAILING VESSEL IN
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the lease busy person on board
when a newsman called.
He said the Chairman was per
fectly seaworthy, but It , was
much too rough for eitner pro
gress or comfort out on Frying
Pan Shoals Thursday. So they
turned and headed in to South
port to dry out and make minor
"We had two sails blown out,"i
he said. "We shipped a lot of
water when the seas roiled over
us and poured down our hatches.
For two days we could not cook
a thing. Could not even make hot
coffee during that time. All of
our food, bedding and clothes
got soaking wet. We are drying
things out now."
Going down into the galley and
cabins with Captain Ryne and
his daughter, the newsman met
up with the youngest looking
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member of the guest-crew pas
senger list. His name was not
learned but he was somewhere in
his early teens and there was not
the least doubt that he was happy
to be at Southport.
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The deer, with a single backward
sweep with its sharp hooves, can
lay a melon open end to end. It
then sticks its mouth in and
dines at its leisure. The coon has
to graw a small hole in the
melon with its teeth. This done,
it uses its paws to serve
as hands to reach in and bring
out the juicy fruit.
With reference to the coon, an
interesting fact is that It will
never molest a green melon. It,
can tell a ripe one from one that;
is green better than the most'
expert colored man working on
j a dark night.
(Continued from page one)
less operation, capias.
Marie Davis, assault, continued
to July 28th. ]
Wilton Overton Justice, speed-!
ing, fined $25.00 and costs.
Spencer Samuel Strickland, j
reckless operation, continued to J
George Whetmore, possession,
Martin Munger, speeding, ca
Donald V. Clifford, speeding,
fined .$10.00 and costs.
(Continued from page one)
building after the tobacco season.
The road on this lower stretch
was built by the beach property
owners. However, excessive loads ^
of building material have dam-1
aged the road badly.
"I hope the highway commis
sion will rebuild that road this
summer. I have just got to get
material in and build two large
new homes in the fall," said Mr.
Woltz. "Then, too," foe continued.
"Dr. W. G. Smith, of Thomasvllle,
has four large building lots down
our way. He has building blocks
already there for the foundation,
of two $10,000.00 homes and will
build more than that if the road
goes through this summer.
"There is really no telling," he
said, "just how must home build
ing is awaiting the repairing of
the road. You know, some 40 new
homes have been constructed
along this broken-up stretch of
road within the last year and a
half. They represent some of the
finest homes on the entire beach.
I believe you have seen the capel
house, which cost $30,000."
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lanta, Ga. Another "3-Fishermen"
is now owned by the North Car
olina Galery in Raleigh. During
his many visits to Southport
Howell has painted and sold a
great number of local scenes.
Unlike many artists in their
work Howell, in naming his pic
tures, also identifies the location
of the scenes. For example: "3
Fishermen, of Southport." This
makes fine publicity, as his work
is seen and admired by thous
ands. During his last week here
he got 60 sketches of local
i scenes. The better part of these
j will be transferred to canvas in
Miss Morris and Miss Hooks,
during their longer stay, got a
larger number of sketches. Like
Howell's theirs were mostly fish
ing scenes, showing the mending
of nets, boats and workers about
the fish houses. They will all re
turn to Southporf for further
work this year. Howell may re
turn next week.
(Continued from page one)
took up the time of a small per
centage of the folks at the beach,
however. All up and down the 11
mile strand that embraces Long
Beach and Caswell Beach there
were numerous bathers, while
hundreds of other people were In
their beds or on porches, enjoy
ing the cooling breezes.
With hot weather returning
and with beautiful moonlight
nights, this week is expected to
exceed last week in the number
of beach visitors. Both the Long
Beach Pavilion anu the Seashore
Grill are again staging dances'
with good string bands for Sat
Continued From Page One
we can get at them we will have
plenty," said Captain Eriksen.
The upper coast with its vast
expanse of sounds, where the
menhaden boats do not operate,
has been providing a sort of a re
fuge during this unprecedented
spring run of menhaden. Things
are different at Southport. The
J menhaden are outside along the
coast in the regular fishing
grounds. As a result the boats
have been loading up continuous
ly since operations first started.
Inquiry of local fishermen does
not reveal any indication of a
slowing up in the production here.
. One thing appears sure, despite
the fact that commercial fisher
men have not been able to get
at them in some places, the
North Carolina coast is having
the greatest run of both sport
and commercial fish to be seen
j (Continued from page onel
'could figure out a way to make
i Long Br/rtJi and Southport my
? regular home base. My family
thinks of things here the same
way that I do. They love the
| Mr. Robinson's vacation period
? from Time Magazine ends on July
'29th. He said his family would
(remain at the beach for at least
another week after that. When
i their extra weeks ends they may
rejoin him immediately in New
,'York or they may remain at the
I beach through the summer. "Ij
don't/ know, just now," he said. J
|' Frankly admitting that he is j
no fisherman, Mr. Robinson re-1
ported that he went crabbing at
Long Beach one day recently. He
returned with one medium sized
crab and about ten thousand cuts
on his feet from walking on oys
iter shells without shoes. "That's
nothing," he said, "I could take!
it if the other fellows could." ]
I Mr. Robinson went to Time
Magazine in 1931 as associate
editor from the Cleveland, Ohio,
i Plain Dealer. Although he is
high up in the big-time journal
i ism, he declared with a smile that
relatives and friends had been
sending him copies of the State
J Port Pilot pretty regularly for
[the past several years and that
I he always got a kick out of read
ing "Our Rovin' Reporter" when
he got the paper. He plans to go
freshwateV fishing with Keziah
some time in the near future.
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