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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, June 06, 1985, Page Page 12-A, Image 12

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Page 12-A-THK BRUNSWICK BEA< Bond A Brunswick County District Court judge last Monday refused to reduce bond for a Shallotte couple charged with felony child abuse. Alexander and Saundra King, of N.C. 130 two miles west of Shallotte. were charged with felony child abuse following a fire at their home on May i!) mai allegedly inreaicnea uie lives of three small children. Both parents were charged with three counts of felony chiM abuse b> Brunswick County Sheriffs Detective Undsey Walton after officers rescued the children from the .smokefilled home. When officers arrived at the home at 4:30 a.m. the couple was spotted outside in the yard arguing. Revco Robot At Grand Oj It walks, talks, spins, dances and lieams light! It's the Revco Robot debuting at the grand opening celebration at Revco, June 6,7 and 8. The store is located in the Coastal Shopping Center on Hwy. 17 S. Revco's Robot will greet customers at the store from 5-0 p.m. TV,,I.... 11 ? ,,, . 1 ? ... ? ,,, mid B-8 p.m. on Friday, and 10 a.m.-l p.m. and 2-5 p.m. on Saturday. The Uobot will pose for pictures with customers from 6-0 p.m. on Thursday und Friday, and 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, in exchange for a $3 or more register tape. Hevco's Grand Opening Celebration also features a health fair, free soft drink samples, ., .win* ...1(1, * >n I*. a 1,1 a >-,m iiimin, II (.uiiic.ii mm Tuiunuit prizes and a sidewalk sale. The Brunswick Hospital will be Guided Tou Sunday On Starting Sunday, tour guides will resume duty on the Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry run for the summer season, announced Wlllium Faulk, uuinniter of the HruiLswick Town State Historic Site. And they'll bo Thief Takes Karate Kid' Brunswick County sheriff's detectives are scurchlnit for an earlymorning hut'Klnr who broke into a Slmllotto video store Moiuluy and took more than $1,000 In films. Slierlff's Deputy Donald Gates was making liis usual morninK checks around 0:10 a m. Monday when In discovered the front door of the Vidis VoltaKe store on U.S. 17 north o Sluillotte was open. Gales reported a screwdriver ha< been used to pry open the front door said Chief of Detectives Phil Perry lYrry said u number of V1LS vldci cassettes laid been taken An Inventory by store manage Don llallou indicated tluit 23 inovie: anil ten blank tapes totaling mori than $1,023 liail been stolen Ni money was taken in the break-in Perry said The break-Ill occurred sometini between 4 36 a.m., when officers las reported checkinK ">e store, and6 l a.m. Monday "They stole my best movie, 'Th Kiir?le Kid,' " Itallou said v A) " ' / Dad W' fy r t-J TheStihl tionic w long runt ) is i | J fS 51 AVE . WJ&L, Inc . OK Ho L ^9 / TMM WOAlO'tlAAC $50 X)N, Thursday, June 6, 1985 Unchanged according to the sheriffs report. The fire had been put out, but there was still heavy smoke inside the home where the children remained, Walton reported. At a first appearance in District Court last Monday, Judge I,ee J. Greer Jr. ordered that the bond remain the same on each defendant and that the children remain living with their grandmother. Both defenManK nrp rpnrp.<iPntpH hv Khrillnttp attorney Rex Gore. A courtdate has been set for June 10 in Brunswick County District Court. Judge Greer also heard the following cases for the period May 28-29: Feature dening Here providing free blood pressure screening for customers at the store during the promotion from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Kevco Robot will make a community appearance on Thursday, June 6. The Robot will be at The Brunswick Hospital to greet patients at 10 a.m. A word unscramble contest will be held during the Revco celebration. Five prizes will be given away in the contest: a Daytron 5" personal TV, a Panasonic tape recorder, a Jupiter digital watch, a ilartman lighted mirror and a Big Ben alarm clock. Contest entry blanks are available at tile store. Deadline for entries is 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 8. Headquartered near Cleveland, Ohio, Revco serves 28 states with 1,891 stores. rs Resume Local Ferry aboard a new ferry more suited to sightseeing. Returning for a second season are Kim Dasher of Southport, an East Carolina University music major, and Anita Miller of Wilmington, a licensed practical nurslnK student at Brunswick Technical College. Tlie guides share information with passengers about points of Interest along the ferry route and pass out packets of Information provided by the Pleasure Island and SouthportOak Island Chambers of Commerce. During the program's first season, those efforts were hampered by the ferry itself, prompting changes this i year. The previous ferry featured i windows on only one side of the passenger lounge, restricting the > guides' ability to point out landmarks Also cnoinc nnlst> tmri vihri*. lion sometimes drowned out tlieir 1 oral presentations The new ferry hits windows on both sides and also hus on air-eonditioned o lounttc, Kaulh said. A tour guide will be available on r mast but not all ferry trips. Dasher s will w ork Monday through Thursday p from 7:40 a.m. to 3 30 p.m., leaving o first from Die Southport side, while >, Miller will work Friday, Saturday ami Sunday from 8 40 a.m. to 4:20 e p.m., said Faulk t The guide program is a Joint effort 0 of the N.C Department of Transportation and the N.C. Department of r Cultural Resources' Division of Archives and History. j STIHL Makes f's Yardwork Easier FS-50AVE ? a lightweight, elec oed and grass trimmer Smooth, nng, gasoline performance with no extension cord needed Features a fully adjustable "loop" type handle, and a low weight ol only 10 5 lbs A ^ great gift tor Father s Day' Iden Rd at Vitlog* Pi 7S4 4134 1171. i?r MUMM CMM 0 0 Sk ICJI t For Child / William C. Amau, assault on a female; prayer for judgement continued, costs remitted, not go about plaintiff without written permission. Eddie F. Cam, DWI; Level 4, county jail not less nor more than 120 days, suspended two years, unsupervised probation two years, $150 and costs, Southeastern Mental Health $50, 40 hours community service within 90 days, $50 fee, surrender operators license, not operate motor vehicle, submit to test. Michael L. Clemmons, assault inflicting serious injury; State Department of Corrections not less nor more than two years, suspended two years, costs, restitution to plaintiff $300. David W. Dixon, DWI; I>evel 3, county jail not less nor more man lw, days, suspended two years, unsupervised probation two years, $200 and costs, Southeastern Mental Health Wake County, $50 fee, 72 hours community service within 120 days, $5t fee, surrender operators license, not operate motor vehicle till valid license except with a license permit, submit to test. Tony Evans, drunk and disruptive; county jail 30 days, suspended twc years, $10 and costs. Darrell W. Gallimore, exceeding safe speed; county jail 30 days suspended two years, costs. A. P. Henry, Jr., misdemeanoi larceny; prayer for judgement continued, costs, not go about or communicate with plaintiff without hei (plaintiff's) written permission. Gary Hewett, trespassing; count) jail 30 days, suspended five years costs, not go on premises of plaintifl without written permission. Harold E. Hicks, DWI; driving after revocation; I>evel 3, State Department of Corrections not les; nor more than 180 days, supsendec three years, supervised probatior three years. $300 and costs, rcstitu tion attorney fees $250, Southeaster Mental Health $50, 72 hours com munity service within 120 days, $5( fee, not operate motor vehicle til valid license, assessment, submit t< test. Linwood C. Hill, no operator: license, DWI; I-evel 3, county jail nol less nor more than 180 days, suspend ed two years, unsupervised probatior two years, $200 and costs Southeastern Mental Health $50, 71 hours community service within 12( days, $50 lee, surrender operator license, not operate motor vehicle til valid license, assessment, submit t lest Alfonso I.. Jenkins, driving afte revocation: Slate Department of Cot rcctions not less nor more than tw fK fya H Saturday I June 8 Hj 12 to 3 F I REGISTER FOR I CEILINC Meet Owni Manager Ri Zimmor will lovely sing BIBB lovoritel Furnish? our oiiic 1 Hoi SHI \buse Defei years, suspended two years, supervised probation two years, seven (consecutive) days in Brunswick County Jail within 90 days, $250 and costs. William A. Jones, no operators license; prayer for judgement continued, costs. rvciidi l,. rvuguie, :>pccuiiifc #u in a 55 zone; county jail 60 days, suspended two years, $10 and costs. Veronica D. Kye, expired registration, no insurance; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, costs. Rodney D. Little, drunk and disruptive; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, $10 and costs. Richard B. McLean, DWI; transporting alcoholic beverage in I passenger area; Level 5, county jail not less nor more than 60 days, I suspended two years, unsupervised i probation two years, $50 and costs, Southeastern Mental Health $50, 24 i hours community service work t within 90 days, $50 fee, surrender I operators license, not operate motor , vehicle till valid license, submit to test. Kesler W. McMahan, no registra> tion, no insurance; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, costs, i Sidney M. McNeill, drunk and disruptive; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, $10 and costs. Gene B. Norris Jr., illegal use of telephone; county jail six months, suspended two years, costs, not com" municate with plaintiff by phone or other means without her written per' mission, prayer for judgement con, tinued indefinitely, costs remitted. F Charles E. Parsons, speeding 64 in a 55 zuue; county jail 30 days, ! suspended two years, costs. ! Lewis P. Porter, speeding 70 in a 55 i zone; county jail 30 days, suspended I two years, $5 and costs, i Jose O. Rajas, driving after rpvorntinn: SLato Dpnnrtmpnt nf Cnr i rections not less nor more ttian two years, suspended two years, $200 and ) costs, not operate motor vehicle till 1 valid license. > Ernest L. Teague, driving after revocation; State Department of Cor> rections not less nor more than two t years, supervised probation, $200 and costs. Speeding 67 in a 55 zone, DW1; l Level 1, State Department of Correc, tions not less nor more than two I years, suspended two years, super) vised probation two years, 3 Brunswick County Jail 14 days house it arrest, $250 and costs, Southeastern o Mental Health $100, surrender operators license, not operate motor r vehicle till valid license, submit to test. o Benny C. White, DUI (driving IB ad Op* )J ?? trin,ming * Prize drowin "^1 minutes. )1 *?g.'s ler now ,>r/,( /A lounge choir, Kodol 7 '? be^'-"o >M JffSI^ors for JRAND PRIZE J FAN ? JT ?rs Tommy Bradsher and Rid ay Wood Factory reps from / ! be here fo onswer your quesfi le and doub/ewides on our I GRAND OPENING SPEI 985 14x50 Liberty Mob *4 air conditioning completely set * $11,999 .us EAST CO ising & Sal mUmVUVmUUmUVAUV IWT. 130, HOIDEN BEACH ROAD. RE L\VllV\tV\l\\t\\l>\\t\\V\\VV\W FOR 1 ndants under the influence), driving after (permanent) revocation; county jail not less nor more than two years, suspended, supervised probation two years, Brunswick County Jail 30 days to run concurrent with following r/inf/,nnn HUH fHritrino tvhilo irrv paired), driving after (permanent) revocation; Level 1, State Department of Corrections not less nor more than two years, suspended two years, supervised probation two years, Brunswick County Jail 30 days, immediate work release, $250 and costs, Southeastern Mental Health $100, not operate motor vehicle till valid license, submit to test. Tonie I-eonard, speeding 59 in a 55 zone; prayer for judgement continued, costs. John R. Carty, no insurance on motor boat, no fire extinguishers; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, $25 and costs. Joey Diaz, worthless check $70; county jail ju (lays, suspenaeo two years, costs, restitution plaintiff. Marvin L. Fulford, taking undersized oysters, taking more than one bushel of oysters without a license, failure to appear; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, $50 and costs. Ronald D. Fullwood, trespassing; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, costs, not go about property of Flaming Star without written permission of owner or manager. Marvin D. Mel-amb. no vessel license; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, costs. Thomas E. Merrett, speeding 70 in a 55 zone; driving after revocation; State Department of Corrections not less "or mnrp than two years, suspended two years, not operate motor vehicle till valid license, $200 and costs. Robert E. Noe, assault on a female; county jail six months, suspended two years, $25 and costs, not go about plaintiff without her written permission except as to facilitate child visitation. Carlene Ilabb, trespassing; prayer for judgement continued, costs, not go about property of Ms. Pugh without written permission. Fred Watts, escape; State Department of Corrections not less nor more than one year, immediate work release. Thomas Ferrell, taking clams from polluted area; county jail 30 days, suspended two years, $50 and costs. Jerry A. Hammond, manipulating water skiis in a careless and negligent manner; county jail six months, suspended two years, $50 and costs. "clean ?1 I win?r? '?"S Do "O/ ^^9 T~^ <y Parker and Sales .iberiy. Redman and ons Tour each of the 'of and choose your ile Home up Used br.efly as NC SALES TAX AST I es, he. 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