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Plans are moving ahead for no
Christmas parades, one on land ani
The deadline for entering th
Christmas parade is Nov. 29. Inten
caii the town hall, Mayor-elect/Ald
Fifteen commercial floats, as \
tries have signed up so far for the p<
at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Jones said, "I've been here 17 or
has been a parade as long as I've b
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"I/oaned" executives from two
Brunswick County industries were
recognized recently for their efforts
on behalf of the 1985 United Way
Al Mines of OuPont's Cape Fear
plant near I>eland and Perry Sellers
of Pfizer Inc. at Southport were
among five executives honored at the
final report luncheon.
The Cape Fear Area United Way
campaign, whicli benefits agencies
ttmt serve Brunswick County and its
residents, has announced pledges of
11 27 million, or about 85% of its $1.5
Opens Law Office
Brian Harris of Hertford has opened
his law office at Ocean Isle Beach
In the Sand Dollar Realty building.
The Wake Forest graduate attended
UNC-CH and received his law degree
from North Carolina Central University
in Durham. He is single and lives
at Sunset Beach.
Stays In Air Force
Staff Sgt. Scarlette P. Parker,
daughter of Ann M. Price of Route 1,
Southport, has re-enlisted in the U.S.
Air Force for four years. She is a
public affairs supervisor with
Wllford Hall Air Force Medical
Center, San Antonio, Texas
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Sgt. Cynthia I.. Jones, daughter of
(Honda I. Jones of IXing Beach. lots
reenllstcd in the U.S Air Force after
Ik-inn selected for career status.
Assigned at Tyndall Air Force
Base, Fla,, Jones was approved for
rc-enllstinent by a Ixiard which considered
character and performance.
She Is a manpower management
specialist with Die 4400th Management
Helen Potter at llolden Beach was
certified as a CRP Instructor for
Brunswick County, announced Dr.
James Muiholland, president of the
local Heart Assoctatlon.
Potter received her certification
front Coastal Carolina Community
College In Jacksonville last week
Site has been a member of Coastline
Rescue Squad for many years.
Krtslt Mcshoures, the daughter of
Dr and Mrs Christopher Mashmires
of Sunset Beach, will appear in tincast
of "The lark" Nov 22-23 at
Salem Academy In Winston-Salem,
where s!>e is a student
Brunswick County chairmen for
tlx- Samuel Swann Chapter ot Ok Colonial
liames of Ok 17th Century were
named Saturday at a luncheon
meeting at the Pilot House
Restaurant In Wilmington
New rhalniKii are Mrs Kdwln S
Clemmons of Supply, grave
. Electric Inc.
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'ON, Thursday, November 21, 1985
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t one, but two, local Boat Parade, ci
J one on water. North Myrtle E
e annual Shallotte begin at 1 p.m.
isted parties should In Calabash and
crrnan Jerry Jones S.C.
veil as 30 other en- entered so far,;
irade, which begins and pleasure ya
Dec. 13 to fill c
18 years, and there Sports Marina u
een here." Boat ownen
'hilciren Christmas least $5, and mc
markers; Mrs. Michael Foss of
Bolivia, junior membership; Mrs.
J.B. Wright of Shallottc, Pocahontas
projects; Mrs. Mark Causey of Supp!*/
i>rhn!ori>Mrvc:- anH Mrs f);?virl
Robinson of Supply, headquarters
building and furnishing fund.
Brunswick County Attorney David
Clegg has been accepted as a
member of the Supreme Court Bar.
This will allow him to practice
before the United States Supreme
He is also a member of the North
Carolina Bar, and the western, middle
and eastern districts of the U.S.
District Court Bar.
Kathleen Somers of I/)ng Beach
has been elected a student council
representative at Peace College in
Raleigh. Kathleen, a freshman, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Somers of Kast Yacht Drive in Ixjng
Beach. She Ls a l'J80 graduate of
South Brunswick High School.
in cii nuuomiey nas ucen accepted
by the Berklee College of
Music in Boston In Its frcshnuin class
of Spring 1986.
lie Is the son of Elneda Bottomley
ot Bouts 1, ShaUotte
Bottoinley's curriculum will encompass
unique course offerings thai
emphasize improvisation, recording
studio techniques, popular
songwrlting and composing music
fur films and other media productions.
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?-sponsored by WNMB radio station in
leach, S.C., and Pepsi Cola, Inc., will
Saturday, Dec. 14, along the waterway
end at Vereen's Marina in Little River,
luL-i Ken Canupp said IS boats have
Including pontoon boats, charter boats
chts. Interested boat owners have until
mt a parade entry blank at Calabash
> are asked to pay an entry fee of at
ire if they car afford it. Money will be
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BY SUSAN USHKR
A complaint filed last week by the i
Concerned Citizens of Brunswick
County Taxpayers Association seeks ;
a temporary' and permanent injunc- |
tions against barricades restricting I
access to a road that leads to the I
western tip of Holden Beach.
The complaint was filed Wednes- I
day, Nov. 13, shortly betore 11 a.m. in
Bruaswick County District Court by I
the association. Holden Beach resident
Royal Williams and Raymond
Cope of Davidson County, whose
family owns property near Holden
Beach. Both are members of the
"We had given Mr. Griffin plenty ,
of time to remove the barricade,"
said Cope, an officer in the group, j
"We want the street reopened to the
public now, as soon as possible." I
Cope said the group expects to hear
within about two weeks if a tern- |
porary injunction will be granted.
The defendants have 30 days in which
to file their answers to the complaint
Drafted by Durham attorney j
James B. Maxwell, who is also attorney
for the Sunset Beach Taxpayers
Association, the complaint
lists as defendants Holden Keneh
Realty Corp., Holden Reach Enterprises
Inc., the Town of Holden
Beach and James Griffin. James D.
Griffin Jr. is a principal in both
The plaintiffs arc seeking a temporary
injunction that would direct
removal of any barricades or other
limitations or restrictions to public
access to Ocean View Boulevard
and/or Ocean View Boulevard West.
Further, they seek a court order
declaring the street a public right-ofway
on the basis that it has been platted
and accepted by the public and
tluit lots have Ik-en sold off it from
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used to buy food to distribute to ne
Brunswick and Horry counties.
Canupp says social services depa
counties will determine who should r
Pepsi Cola, Inc. has donated trucks ai
maifp deliveries be^nnir?0 Dec. 19.
Other activities will be held In (
same day to raise money to buy foot
There will be a bake sale and art sale,
souad members will sell fried fish and 1
A bluegrass band, a jazz band ai
church choirs will perform by the waU
To insurre unrestricted future ac
cess to the road in question, the group
wants a permanent injunction
against the defendants and any other
party restraining them from "maintaining,
erecting or controlling any
blockade, barricade or restriction to
the use of the public right-of-way
known and referred to as Ocean View
nuuievuiu aiiu/ur Ocean View
The plaintiffs contend that Griffin
and one or more of the corporate
lefendants have filed at various
.imcs three plats relating to the
On June 26, 1975, a plat of
'preliminary Colonial Point," which
showed a road entitled "Ocean View
Toulevard" as dedicated.
On Oct. 16, 1978, a "replat of
lolden Beach West" which showed a
oad described as Ocean View
On Jan. 6, 1981, a plat for the
western end of Holden Beach which
showed a road designated as Ocean
/iew Boulevard or Ocean View
Since these plats were filed, they
nnintain. Griffin and/or the two cor
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Restaurant from 8 a.
irtments in both A strip boat raci
eceive the food, ramp at the Little 1
nd manpower to Calabash. A winnc
categories! M) hor?
Calabash on the horsepower. There is
1 for the needy. Homeowners aloi
and local rescue enter the best decor;
barbecue plates, persons can sign up s
3d several local Canupp said, "It
;rway. good cause."
porate defendants have sold lots to
the public from said plats.
Also, they add, for as much as 30
years before the plats were recorded,
members of the public and some of
the plaintiffs used the road or path in
question for ingress and egress, i
parking, walking and the like, and t
continued to do so through July 1985. I
On July 22, it states, Griffin or one ,
of the corporate defendants erected a |
barricade across the road and ,
restricted public access to it. .
The association also maintains in ,
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ill be held at Captain Nance's
m. to 5:30 p.m.
e begins at 10 a.m. at the public
River swing bridge and ends in
r will be announced in two
ipower and under, End over 20
a $5 minimum entry fee.
lg the waterway parade route can
ited dock competition. Interested
it Calabash Sports Marina,
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the complaint that the town, also
named as a defendant, assisted the
other defendants in barricading the
road to access by members of the
group ana omer memDers ol '.ie
public, "v.-hicl. anytime las includeu
the arrest of numerous citizens, including
the plaintiff, Raymond Cope,
/r CuiiTi uarc iu iiear trespassing
charges filed against 19 members of
the association has been continued
until Dec. 13, at the state's request, to
allow more time for review of the
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