Charles Gollnick made hundreds of rescues during his long career at Humiston Beach in Vero Beach. Many were children of inattentive parents.
After the fish camp closed, one of the old cabins became a bureau for the Fort Pierce News-Tribune. Reporter Nina Baransky remembers working without air-conditioning and finding "creepy crawlies" in desk drawers.
He says he defused racial tension by playing a song people thought was made popular by a white singer.
Tommy Herndon of Fellsmere says laws protecting sea turtles had an unintended consequence.
The county's first black judge, Ralph Flowers, a generation younger than C.A. Moore, tells the story.