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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, March 14, 1985, Page Page 10-A, Image 10

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Page 10-A?THE BRUNSWICK BEAC FOUR PEOPLE were Injured whec Detective IJodsey Walton directs ti Four Inj Four people were injured Friday afternoon in a head-on collision near the intersection of N.C. 130 and RPR 1320 fMcMilly Road) Just north of Shallotte. According to State Highway Patrol reports, the accident occurred when a 1970 Plymouth driven by Susan Fiona (low, 19, of Providence, R.I., crossed the center line and ran headon into a pickup truck hauling a farm tractor. Ms. Gow was charged by State Trooper W.H. Morgan with driving while impaired and driving without an operator's license. Morgan repotted Ms. Gow had pulled onto N.C. 130 from RPR 1320 when she rrn?j?/?d thn confer line and struck the 1977 Dodge pickup driven by James R. Tripp, 46, of Ash. Both Tripp and Ms. Gow received serious injuries und were taken to the Brunswick Hospital in Supply. A passenger in Ms. (low's car, lanell Ninth-Grac More than 180 ninth-graders from Brunswick County's high schools will participate in a "Close-Up" program at the county government complex Friday beginning at 9 a.m. The siM'inl vtiulii"! nrnvrnm will give .students a view of the legal, political and economic professions. County government departments and officials joined with the county .schools to sponsor the program Six students from euch ninth-grade .social studies class, or 00 students from each high school, were chosen to participate. The students will be divided into groups ot 00 with u gMWHiBsa I Enjov witt fammm _ ^ Big Jon? quite a c i r? /. * i a it. Lowe outboard, ! gaivanizea THE COMP Ed's I Hwy. 904 ' mile ea; K ON, Thursday, March 14, 1985 RM1K SSBfflS i a car crossed the center line and struck afflc around the accident scene. jured In IGrissett, 32, of Shallotte received minor injuries as did Dave Tripp, 9, a passenger in ine Ti ipp vehicle. The accident occurred around 4:50 p.m. Three people were also injured Saturday morning about three miles north of Bolivia on U.S. 17 when a ear and truck collided as they were both attempting to pass the same vehicle. According to the State Highway Patrol reports, a car driven by liCnora Gresham Morris, 37, of Inland was struck by a Ryder rental truck operated by Geoffrey W. Bristol!, 35, of Durham, as Ms. Morris was attempting to pass the truck. Bristol! was charged with making an uasafe movement. Ms. Morris and two pass*...gers in her 1ST/8 unrysicr, Robert Morris, 48, and Teerin Gresham, 13, received minor in- ; Juries. They were taken to New i Hanover Memorial Hospital in Wilm- i ington for treatment following the I ie 'Close-Up' f general session for each group from 9 i a.m. to 10 p.m. ; 'Hie general session in the field of economics will be led by David Hat- > ten, general manager of Brunswick i Electric Membership Corporation. ' Batten will speak on the county's economy and the impact of BEMC on county finances. I Economic mini-sessions wiii include programs by Leo Joiinsun, j bank executive with United Carolina Bank In Shalloltc; Percy Woodard ot Atlantic Telephone Membership Corporation and Tom Corbctt, director ot the Carolinu Powerx and light mbUUMBM r-z _ i_ : ? Tisning st i this new f r 3nd 40 hp Joh :ombination! line Big Jon with 40 ' ,200 lb. capacity com Long frailer. LETE RIG: ? , LI^1IP Sale Pric i Not SI it of Hwy. 17 at Grissetto' m *wi kaco* k, isi2fiS3&i^ this pickup (ruck bead-on last Friday al lead-On 9:30 a.m. accident. In another accident early Sunday morning, a Lsland man received serious injuries after his car ran off the highway and overturned on U.S. 74-76 ten miles west of Belville. According to Trooper D.A. Lewis' report, John Dudley Bryant, 42, was traveling east when he ran onto the median, lost control of his vehicle, crossed the highway, struck a ditchbank and overturned. Bryant told I>ewis a deer ran out in front of his car and he swerved to avoid it. No charges were filed in the 4 a.m. accident. Bryant was taken to New Hanover Memorial Hospital in Wilmington. His 1980 Chevrolet received around fz.uuu in damage. A Gary teenager led State Troopers and Brunswick County sheriff's deputies on a high-speed chase across the county last Wednesday before the stolen car he was driving Vogram Set Company's visitors center in souinpon. In the political-government field, County Manager Billy Carter, County Commission Chairman Chris Chappell and Commissioner Herman liOve will open the program. Government programs will be presented by Ms. Perita Price, public housing director, ana John Harvey, planning department director. Political programs will also be presented by Glen Peterson, chairman of the Brunswick County Democratic Party, and John Dozier, chairman of the Brunswick County ;ason | rig! I ?iSmm I l B * It- ! TT3U.V nson... hp Johnson plefely rice $4,918.83 :e $3,611.35 iujf ivn. Phone 579-6676 masaBBsm BHBUS&& i mini il'.ff PHOTOS BY SUSAN USHER ternoon (in N.C. 130 west of Sballotte. Wreck wrecked near Bolivia. Wade Hampton Bishop, 15, of 904 W. Durham Road, was charged with reckless driving and driving without an operator's license by State Trooper B.C. Jones. Bishop was also charged by the sheriff's department with attempting to elude arrest, possession of stolen goods and failure to stop for a blue light and siren. According to Jones' report, the 1984 Plymouth station wagon Bishop was driving had been reported stolen from a North Myrtle Beach business sometime Wednesday afternoon. Around 10 p.m. Wednesday, sheriff's deputies spotted the car and attempted to pull it over, but the driver led the patrol car on a chase. Jones also pursued the vehicle before it ran off the highway on RPR 1500 about 2.8 miles south of Bolivia. The driver received minor injuries in the 10:08 p.m. accident. For Friday Republican Party. Students in the legal field will hear from Greg Bellamy, clerk of court, i>ee J. Greer Jr. district court judge, Wanda Bryant, assistant district attorney, and Roy Trest, a Shallotte attorney. Students in the legal field will also tour the Brunswick County Jail and iieuf Sheriff John CaiT Davis speak or. the sheriff's department. A mock trial will conclude the program. G MO FR< FIE J f/ M MM ksm DAVE TRIPP grimaces as rescue workers attend to his father, James Tripp of Ash, sitting, who suffered facial Injuries. Both were taken to the Brunswick Hospital for treatment. 1 Rohinson'f I 1 variety -iwj I "GARBAGE CANS?*"' i| \ fet i ?RE YIELD DM EVERY jbSSt f-.y^ \~^Wr^ With today's high producjjT tion costs, you need more . yield from every field to make your crop profitable So you need the premium fertilizer. Super Rainbow.* It's formulated for the soils and crops in this area. 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