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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, May 02, 1985, Page Page 11-A, Image 11

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Two Drive A four-car accident Monday night at an entrance to Coastal Plaza Shopping Center in Shallotte resulted In cnarges against two dnvers, but in no apparent serious injuries, reports the Shallotte Police Department. The accident occurred about 8:37 p.m. Sgt. Rodney Gause said that Robert G. McHenry, 48, of Shallottc was charged with having no turn signal and with failure to make a safe movement. Another driver, Florence Earl Todd, 74, of Shallotte, was later charged with felony hit and run. McHenry was northbound on N.C. 179 in a 1973 Plymouth when he attempted to make a left turn into the shopping plaza, turning in the path of a 1966 Volkswagen operated by Whitney Arrants Woodall, 19, of mi 91 r '1 A (Ire that apparently started Iron destroyed a garage and two automobl on N.C. 1J0 west ol Shallotte. Wact Fire Department Chief Gregg Warrei Williamson Isl Odeli Willamson, 65, developer of Ocean Isle Beach and a veteran of six terms in the N.C. House of Representatives, was elected to the board of directors of United Carolina Bank at the annual shareholders' meeting in Southern Pines last week. Williamson is a native of Brunswick County and attended Waccamaw High School. He served in the U.S. Army where he received several distinguished awards as a liaison pilot during World War II. After his discharge as captain, Williamson went into business and politics. In 1947, he was elected to the N.C. House of Representatives where he served si* terms. He is presently serving on the governor's EconomicDevelopment Board. Williamson and his wife, the former Virginia Alma Cox of Horry Wed We are now J ii i ^ Stop in and see Jeff or Ri and furniture needs. Ocean Isle Hwy. J 79 ot Airport *1 ?t I rs Charged Wilmington. The Woodall vehicle struck the right rear of the McHenry car. The impact, said Gause, forced it-- * m -ti, ...VUU UlC mcticiuji vciuvic uuu a urnu vehicle about to exit the shopping center, a 19R9 PnrH niplnm ?- r _ ??' ? ? v?u |/>vnu|/ v/|/vialt\l by Larry Wayne Cain, 34, of Chadbourn. Todd, in a 1983 Ford LTD traveling north on N.C. 179 behind Mcllenry, struck the left rear of McHenry's Plymouth but did not stop. State Highway Patrol Trooper B.D. Barnhardt determined from the serial number of a broken front beam from the Todd vehicle that it was a 1983 Ford, Gause said. About Hi hours later, Brunswick Hospital notified Gause that a woman complaining of injuries received in an accident had come to BBflBBB? ^3W>*2 - ' A I jv 7'nr_T_. raaJ F/rt? D^?:frnv?: C* ...__ -/- ? i welding sparks owned by John D les Monday night the department a amaw Volunteer another pumper f i said the garage, blare that was ex amedTo UCI County, have twro children?a daughter, laDune W. Bullington who is a real estate developer and mayor t\ i-i.. ? ?? VII viv l ull 1)1(11-11, unu u son, DcCarol who is in real estate, construction, and insurance. They also have seven grandchildren. New VFW Post Installed A new post for the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be formally Installed in a ceremony Wednesday, May 1 at 7:30 at Brunswick House Restaurant in Calabash. Members and prospective members are invited to attend the event VFW is a fraternal, patriotic and historical organization, according to Fred Boege, fifth district junior vice-eommandcr. HC&X* 'eft a r an authorized JT dealer. I; jth for all your appliance ! Furniture 579-9434 FREE DELIVERY MXQ? I In Four-Car the emergency room seeking treat- 1 ment. Gause had notified the hospital earlier to be on the alert, lie said. Gsusc aaid Tcdd cm'*?tn '? ??viauov oaiu iwuu wiuwovu ?v ?vw> ^ ing the scene. r Leaving the scene of an accident in 1 which you are involved is a felony of- t fense, he said, when someone has been injured. e Gause predicted there would be li more accidents near the entrances to o the shopping center on both NX! 179 ? and U.S. 17, partly because of a hilly t approach on N.C. 179 and also because of high speed limits. The \ limit on U.S. 17 by the entrance is 55 < mph, while the speed limit on N.C. 1 179 or Village Point Roau, is 45 mph. t The Town of Shallotte has asked s the N.C. Department of Transportation to reduce the speed limit on U.S. ( Ml * 1 ITAM PHOYOSV IIMY Port t nrnnt* ? S~ | ubolse. was engulfed In flames when ' rrlvcd. Three Waccamaw trucks and rom Shallottc responded to the 8 p.m. tingulshed within 20 minutes. ' i i Bank Board 1 i The family attends Camp United Methodist Church where Williamson is chairman of the board of trustees. He and his wife developed a scholarship program in the Brunswick County schools to promote public speaking. This program has made it possible for many students to attend college. They arc also widely recognized as very valuable supporters of the Boy Scouts. UCB has $1.3 billion in assets and 98 branches In 55 North Carolina communities, including nine in nrunswicK louniy. Get\ Home in We have everulhi to do the job the i The biggest seit building and deco Top brands in pc tools, plus energy BUILDING1 Hwf 179 Ckw ItW Accident 7. April Report Gause said that during April the 'dice department rnsd? nina or. ests, served eight warrants, issued | 4 citations and handled 25 investigaions. Two juvenile petitions were servd, one for breaking and entering arceny and one for having no perator's license, and 19 wrecks ?ere reported, mostly minor fendcr?nders. Officers recovered two stolen ehicles and $4,700 in property taken luring the breaking and entering arceny of Dr. B.B. Ward's office and he Sears, Roebuck & Co. catalog tore. They drove 8,591 miles on 658 lallons of gas, averaging 13.05 mpg. lounty Group Backs Martin's fax Cuts a Dusioad of :ttf Brunswick County I esidents went to Raleigh Tuesday to ' iffer the General Assembly visible (iiblic support for Gov. Jim Martin's iroposed tax package. Sponsored by the Brunswick Couny Republican Party, the group of i ioth Republicans and "a few" | Jemocrats left at 5 a.m. from the Irunswlck County Government "enter, said Republican Party Chairnan John Dozier, and was to return 1'uesday afternoon. Four of the group were scheduled 0 speak for five minutes each during 1 Rouse Finance Committee hearing in the proposed budget. The hearing ,v;;s scheduled even though the House jave the package a no-confidence /ote several days ago. "Uttle may come of it," said Cozier, "but we want to give the governor our support. "We felt like the governor's getting i bum rap and we felt we needed to let somebody up there know we support him across the state." Martin's budget package includes numerous tax reductions such as abolition of the food tax, inventory tax and intangibles tax. FAT CITYI loso up to 29 lbs. first month on our HERBAL nutrition program. Show results, then eorn up to $250 per woek showing our products. $69.95 investment required. You'll be the sllm ono In FAT CITY Call Doug or Diana Stonoiand 579-651 1, Calabash Sfcjtr. ? ^k\ 1 I I four Shape ng you 'll need way you want! ection of home rating materials! if i tor a risl hanW IA/V,? U / IU I (U( IU saving ideeis! luwun SP7" ! * V^-vK b?h V< K?l w "" ' til IS THE BRUNSWICK BEACON. Thursday, May 2, 198^-Page 11-A GUARANTEED WEIGHT LOSS Heard about the newest discovery in the war against fat? It is absolutely amazing. Believe it or not, this great discovery allows you to eat your favorite foods and still lose weight! It's called FULL N FREE DietPlan, a natural dietary food fiber from the Oriental Konjac root. Simply take 2 capsules at least 30 mmuies before each meai. The capsule absoms up to tsu times its weight in water... turning from powder to gel. With the expanding gel in your stomach, you experience a naluraliv Flit I - tooling without even picking up your fork Imagine how you'd look carving up to 7" off your hips or waist ... up to 5" off your thighs or buttocks. FULL N FREE is sate to use and FREE trom any harmful chemicals ... and it's so effective it is being sold with an unconditional money back guarantee AVAILABLE AT: Thomas Drugs, Shallotte Seashore Drugs, Calabash i focUvaAcU, I /?S? A CAROLINA'S TRADITION IN FINt Bfl I HOOR COVERINGS SINCE T946 l/Z/lfP | CARPET*VINYL*HARDWOOD 9 AND VERTICAL BUNDS |j I ON THE I CAUSEWAY I ^HOIDEN BEACH J j '. a sb?. ' '|' " < am &X isj[J 2.99 8.99 5 8.97 ? 8-Inch Adjustable Vi-Qal. Sprayer k>r In Cake Soever Plus has Wrench Is drop-lot god. 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