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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, July 28, 1983, Page 7, Image 7

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19th Hole ?RO- '? B. DUPFTlr Longmeadow's Carol Jones and Lakewood's Connie Carlton teamed to 4rin the first annual Long meadow Lady Member Guest golf tournament held last weekend at the club. (0|ones and Carlton had rounds of 58-59 to edgq the tjvosome of Shirley Pickett dnd Jessica Wood with a ^9-62. tournament director tthe Longmeadow Ladies If Assoc., Sandy Record, rbports the following flight pinners: Championship FUght Carol Jones-Connie Carlton " 58-59-117 ^hirley Pickett-Jessica Wood W 59-62-121 First FUght Sally Jo Houston-Helen Sumrell 63-63-136 Ada Brown-Karen Murcer 63-65-138 Second Flight Glenee Smith-Rita Simpson 64-57-121 Bunny Cottle- Erlene Gavin 66-59-125 A The Longmeadow Ladies Golf Assoc. expressed appreciation to all who helped make the first annual Ladies Member-Guest a suc cess. Tournament official Record expressed apprecia tion to all the ladies for a fine job and also to Monty and Rita Robinson for their help. "The golf course was in excellent condition and we ^I'.ank Joe Johnson for that," Sandy said. ***** Word has reached the 19th Hole, and not from across the ditch, that Robert West and J.C. Page would give anything to beat Hop Smith and J.P. Johnson just one time. Stay in there "tight." The summer is long yet. ***** tPro Jim Finch reports the earn of Marshall Miller, Maybelle Whitaker, George Eakins and Gaude Hepler fired an 11-under par to win the July Scramble golf tour nament staged at Rockfish of Wallace this past weekend. In fact, the team of John Gore. Joe Batts. Knott Teachey and Mark Shuffler tied Miller's team with 11 ^pnder but lost in a playoff. V>wight Jackson's team of Harold Kohne, Randy Bryan and Hilton Williams tied the team of Jim Russ, Betty Matthews, Don Bland and Frank Creech, and the team of Don Vest, Ronnie Brown, W.R. Minshew and Marty. Toal with identical 10-under par rounds, which tied them for third. Finch said. "We had 76 players in the ?:ramble and were pleased ith that number." ***** Finch reminds members at Rockfish of the annual Member-Guest scheduled for August 13-14. Get your part ner and sign up now. Finch also reported Warren Hepler recorded the first "ace" of i the year at Rockfish last i week. Duplin Pro Rick Green , reports Bob Brumleve and j partner Red Huddleston won the annual Member-Member last weekend with rounds of 59-58-117. Green said other ( winners were: I Championship Flight Bob Brumleve-Red Huddle- i ston 59-58-117 | Dan Holtom-Buster Johnson , 61-61-122 j Sonny Kitchin-Joe Costin ( 62-60-122 j First Flight | Mark Rector 63-63-136 , John Barrow-Sherman Futch < 66-63-139 | A.M. Benton-Robert Chest nutt 64-65-139 | Second Flight I Fisher Carlton-Carl Price 67-59-126 Pat Mathis-Brad Hawkins 66-62-128 Jerrv Smith-Billv KfnnpHii 69-64-'l33 *???? It has been reported that a Walter Hagen golf tourna ment will be played in Duplin >. County some time within the 1 next two weeks. "It is a j matter of working out which ! course to play on," Pro Sick 1 Green said. ] ***** , I must say, Duplin's biggest winner was a loser i this time.. .sonmkvainr. I ***** , Fore. < < Supervisor Resigns The Kenansville Town Board will advertise imme diately for a maintenance supervisor to succeed Dan Ricker, who resigned. ( Ricker told the board last m week he has taken a job with the Georgia-Pacific Co. plant in Dudley. His resignation will be effective July 22. The maintenance position was paying $14,456 a year. Ricker, who lives in Mount Olive, held the post for about a year. Also at last week's meet ing, Gail Bailey, a vice president of Universion Cable Television Co. of Rich lands, told the board that the firm has completed its cable TV line system in Kenans ville and is hooking up customers. ^^?Southern Photo's^^B Igianti I PACKAGE SPECIAL 28 Color Portraits only *1995 Customer Gw?r?nte*d /JH TXJTAHwTRAin!oU?CTloNm [2-11x14 4-5x7's I 2-8x10's 20-walletsl H*a?s CKUNa ?OULT$ ftMHtn MO limit P|a FAX.lt-VakllTVOfPOMI I COMING TO A LOCATION NEAR "U" THURSDAY. AUGUST 4. TIME: 12 NOON til B P.M. ? Kenansville Drug 6tore , Front Stroot In Kon?n?villo ' PLUS FRIDAY. AUGUST S. TIME: 12 NOON til S P.M. ?Watson Mutual Discount Drugs! IDS Brotuniv In fink Hlil PLUS SATURDAY. AUGUSTS. TIME: 11 A.M. til4P.M. I Bostic Mutual Discount Drugs I Main Straat In Baulavlllo i N.C. Department Of Revenue News \ Effective August 1, a use tax will be levied upon sales and trades of motor vehicles between individuals under legislation recently enacted by the General Assembly. The rate is 2 percent with a maximum tax of $300 per vehicle. It is to be paid by the purchaser to the Djvision of Motor Vehicles at the time of applying for certificate of title or registration, and no certificate of title or regis tration is to be issued until the tax has been paid. The basis for the tax is the value for the year, model and make of the vehicle accord ing to the schedule of values adopted by the Secretary of Revenue or the amount actu ally paid, whichever is greater, if the seller does not lake a motor vehicle in trade. If a trade is involved, the tax is due to be paid on the difference in the value of the sold vehicle and the traded in vehicle or the net amount if difference paid, whichever s greater. Previously the use :ax only applied to motor vehicles that were purchased lutside the state and brought tere for use. Motor vehicle dealers con inue to be liable for col ecting and remitting the two percent rate of sales tax with a maximum tax of $300 per vehicle on their sales of motor, vehicles. If a trade is involved, the tax is due on the price after allowance for the vehicle taken in trade. Also effective August 1, a tax is levied upon receipts from the rental of "vacation homes"; that is, private residences, condominiums and cottages rented to tran sients by owners and rental agents, including real estate brokers. The new legislation removes a former exemption for such places when they were occupied by the owner for a part of the season. The new levy applies to the rental of such places re gardless of location; how ever, the tax does not apply to such places if they are rented for less than 15 days in the calendar year or if they are provided to the same person for a period of 90 or moe continuous days. When the rental agent is liable for the tax, the owner is not. All persons not already regis tered to collect and pay the tax to the State should con tact their local revenue office or the Sales and Use Tax Djvison in Raleigh for in formation. Country Squire To Get New Manager R.A. "Rudy" Jarrell re- r ?igned last week as Kure e Beach police chief to take a a ob managing the Country v Squire restaurant and r Vintage Inn motel near 1 Kenansville. Jarrell's resig- 1 lation is effective July 22. r "It was undoubtedly the I nost difficult career decision a I have ever had to make," 5 said Jarrell, who has been :hief since June 1979. The t .hallenge and increased t ?alary offered by the new job t vas "simply too good to turn \ iown," he said. t Although Jarrell said his f 'chief love" is law enforce- a ?? TW nent, he has had extensive experience in food services in l business he managed and vhile working with the Wil nington Hilton Inn and ["uesday's restaurant. He las worked in law enforce nent with the Wright%ville ieach Police Department ind the New Hanover County iheriff's Department. Jarrell's resignation has lot been officially accepted >y the town board. A board neeting may be held this veek to begin seeking a chief o head the five-man de lartment. Jarrell was paid in annual salarvof $13,000. rhe Mayflower averaged under two miles per hour en route to America. Warsaw Board i To Probe Firm Records While reducing the sun retained by the town ii settling with its sewag< treatment plant contractor the Warsaw Town Boar< plans to check company records and engineers' dail; logs to determine whethe; damages should be assesse< against the company for fail ing to meet the contrac deadline. Last week on Monday, th< Town Board reduced tht amount retained from pay ments to Miller Building Co of Wilmington from $101,00( to $60,000. The compan; built the $2 million sewagi treatment plant southeast o Warsaw. The contract callet for completion by Nov. 22 1982. The project was com pleted in February, 70 day; late. Miller representative: Jack Kuske and Jim Ballen tine blamed unusually we winter weather for the delay. The contract provides for ?< penalty of up to $350 a daj for late completion of the project. The board maintained ii holds part of the retainer tc meet possible cost: stemming from a lawsuit ir which the town and Miller Building Co. are being sued by United Pipe Co. for $25,000. United claims it is owed that amount for pipe sold to the building firm fot the project. The Miller company con tends the pipe was delivered late and this contributed tc construction delays. It claims it is unable to settle with the pipe company until it learns how much it will be penalizec for the late completion of the project. During a severe thunder siorm recently, lightning 1 (truck the new plant twice, 1 causing $2,850 in damages. : town clerk Alfred Herring told the board. ' A group of town residents 1 questioned an increase in ' their water and sewer bills. r Thomas Hodges acted as ' their spokesman. Herring explained that 1 starting with the July billings the charge for sewage was : increased from 50 percent of ? the water charge to 90 per cent. The new minimum bill of $16.30 a month includes $ 1 for up to 4.000 gallons of ' water, $6.30 for sewage and ; $3 for garbage pick-up. The former minimum bill was $13.50, with the sewage ' charge $3.50 instead of $6.30. ' Hodges also contended the town is wasting money in ' labor costs. t "If we did not flatter our selves, the flattery of others t would do us no harm." La Rochfoucauld m , CYPRESS PORCHl & OUTDOOR SWINGS. PATIO SETS ?SPECIAL ON 6 FT. PICNIC , TABLES? *40.00 EA. i CECIL STROUD 568-3679 ?Wanted * CLEAN LOW MILEAGE USED CARS We're selling more than we can buy. Free ap praisal - we'll pay cash. 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