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BY EDDIE SWEATT
A boatload of Shingletree Precinct
voters and invited community
leaders cruised down the Calabash
River Monday afternoon for what
was described as a "Meet Your
At dinner following the cruise, they
may have met a Republican candidate
for the congressional seat heldj
by Democrat Charlie Rose.
Warren D. "Bud" Knapp, primary
organizer of the cruise and dinner,
said 117 attended the outing and a
larger number had purchased tickets
at $15 per person. "We could have
? liad an even larger crowd but we
were limited to 120 by the boat
capacity," Knapp added.
Knapp, who is active in the Sunset
Beach Taxnnvers' AQcnriutinn Hvnc
Iparttime at Sunset Beach and parttime
at Carolina Shores in Calabash.
He said the outing was intended to
"show the better part of Calabash."
The political overtones, although
"low key." were present, according
to Ktuipp. There was bipartisan participation,
with Democratic State
Rep. David Redwine and his wife,
Penny, among those introduced
before dinner. Other invited guests
included community leaders of both
But the Republican-sponsored
event had a GOP flair for the most
Knapp introduced Tommy Harrelson
of Southport as a Republican
candidate for the Seventh District
U.S. Congressional seat held by
Democrat Charlie Rase.
Responding, HarreLson said Knapp
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abash Monday afternoon for the "Meei
was "a little premature; I haven't
announced yet." Harrelson, a
Southport businessman, was recently
appointed by Gov. Jim Martin as
chairman of the state's Environmental
Further indication of Harrelson's
political intentions came when John
Dozier of Boiling Spring Lakes,
chairman of the Brunswick County
Republican Party, announced there
would be a fund-raiser Friday night
from 6-8 in Southport to promote a
candidate for congress from the
The $30-per-couple event will be
held at the home of C. B. Caroon in
ouuuipuii, LAaier saiu.
Knapp also introduced the
treasurer of the Brunswick County
Republicans, Don Evans of
Shallotte; as well as the mayor of
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t Your Neighbors" cruise were 117
Calabash, Sonya Stevens. Knapp said
State Sen. R. C. Soles had sent his
regrets at being unable to attend.
The cruise, aboard the "Capt.
Jim," was from Calabash down the
river to the little River Inlet jetty
project and back. A buffet dinner was
served at River View Wharf on the
waterfront at Calabash.
"We're going to put Shingletree on
the map," Knapp told the audience at
A Supply man charged with firstdegree
murder in the shooting death
of his brother-in-law was indicted
Monday by the Brunswick County
Gary Dean Reaves, 28, of Route 2,
Supply, was charged June 18 with the
first-degree murder of Mark A.
Tolliver, 33, also of Route 2, Supply.
In addition to Reaves' case, the
Grand Jury Monday also returned
true bills of indictment against 13
other defendants on 31 charges.
Among those were Aaron Elwood
Pigott, 22, of Mulberry Street,
Shailotte, who was indicted by the
Grand Jury for first-degree rape.
Pigott is accused of raping a
Shailotte convenience store clerk at
knifepoint on May 25.
At a court hearing July 1, a
Brunswick County District Court
judge ruled probable cause exists for
the first-degree murder charge filed
against Reaves. Reaves will face
trial in Brunswick County Superior
Court during the next session in
August. Probable cause was also
found in District Court on July 10 for
the first-degree rape charges filed
The Grand Jury also ruled Monday]
that enough evidence did not exist to]
indict Rodney Elroy Cobb on firstdegree
rape charges. The charge was
dismissed after the Grand Jury did
not issue a true bill of indictment in
Other indictments handed down]
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larceny; Breasette?two counts of uttering;
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