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Fishermen have long argued over how much effect, if any, the position of the sun and moon have when fish feed. Based on the author Charles Dickey’s experience, fish and other animals feed on a natural time table that is not necessarily dictated by solar-lunar effects.
Cleveland County native Thomas Dixon is a world famous author, playwright, and lecturer. He has written a number of novels, as well as plays, sermons, and works of nonfiction. One of his most famous novels was The Clansman.
Charles Dickey of Williamston relates how the old system of bartering is coming back into use during this period of economic downturn.
Rev. Charles H. Dickey, a Baptist minister from Williamston, presents his arguments against the repeal of prohibition.