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Hidden Beach Mayor Kenner Amos
ribbon Monday at the new branch ol
National Bank (NCNB), officially opei
the grand opening celebration. The b
Cars overturned In two lininswick
County accidents on Wednesday,
Sept. 25, injuring two people, according
to N.C. Highway Patrol
spokesman Ituby Oakley.
According to Oakley, a 1979
Cadalllc driven by Nancy Kabino, 41,
of Murrell's Inlet, S.C., overturned
trying to avoid a 1982 Kord tmck
driven by Kmma lee Habson, 40, of
Kabino was driving on U.S. 17
about seven miles north of Bolivia at
10:10 a.m. when Babson moved to
change lanes, according to Trooper
J.V. Dove's report.
Kabino was taken to New Hanover
Memorial Hospital with Class A Injuries,
or tncupucttatlnK Inlurlos in,
volvtng a massive loss of blood or
Babson was charged with making
an unsafe movement by Troo|>cr
Kablno's car received $2,000 in
The second accident occured at
.V5Jp.ni on unpaved rural rood 1103,
approximately six miles west o(
Ocean Isle Beach.
Joseph Jordan, 32, o( Shallotte was
driving north In o 1984 Kurd station
wagon owned by Atlantic Telephone
Beginning Oct 9, a representative
of the Social Security office in Wilmington
will Is- In Brunswick County
each Wednesday from 9 a in until
Those who need to contact the
Social Security office may do so at
tin- public assembly building at the
government center In Bolivia on
Wednesday mornings rather than to
travel to Wilmington
"This Is but another step by Social
Security to tailor their services to the
needs of Uie people," a bulletin from
the office states
Those wishing to contact Social
Security by phone sliouli! continue to
call the Wilmington office at (9191
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) Cut At New Bank Bi
(center) cut the on N.C. 130 near t
! North Carolina flrlals attending t
nlng It* doors tor local NCNB dlrecl
ranch Is located Crocker, and loca
erturn In A<
Membership Corporation when he
struck a large pothole, skidded left
Trooper I),A lewis assessed $2,500
worth of damage to the car.
Thomas A. H
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all Medicare approved s
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provide the best eye (
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lie Holden Beach causeway. Bank of
hi- riblMin rutting are (from the left)
tor Kd (lore, county executive Dennis
I board member Alan Holden.
Jordan was taken to Bruaswick
ilaspilal with Class D, or non-severe,
No citatioas were issued in the accident.
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Annual Meet Set
When Brunswick Electric
Membership Corporation hoias its
annual meeting Friday, Oct. 18, it
will be celebrating its 46th anniversarv
and the 50th nnnjverssry cf ths
Rural Electrification Administration,
the federal government agency
which made electric cooperatives
The meeting will be held this year F
at Smith's Warehouse in Whiteville |
with early registration beginning at
9:30 a.m. for the auction of vehicles
and equipment, which takes place at
Registration for the 2 p.m. business
meeting begins at 12:30 p.m.
Prizes this year include appliances
and silver dollars, and free soft
drinks and 10-cent hot dogs will be
There will be an antique display of
the time before electricity, in addition
to a variety of BEMC demonstration
and information booths. An
award-winning slide presentation entitled,
"Here Comes Electricity,"
will be shown at the business
3 1,000 Sets !
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Lumberton, N.C. 28358
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XPlRES OCTOBER 15. 1985