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Authorities at Sunny Point Military'
Ocean Terminal will begin issuing
U.S. District Court ?iolutwri nutito
for offenses occurring at that installation
effective De<\ 1.
These violation notices will require
offenders either to pay a fine or to appear
before a U.S. Magistrate.
This is a change from the past
practice by Sunny Point Police who
either issued Armed Forces Traffic
Tickets to violators or called on local
police authorities for assistance.
Armed Forces Traffic Tickets are
Brunswick County Agricultural
Stabilization and Conservation Service
(ASCS) Committee elections
begin Nov. 22, when ballots are mailed,
and end on Dec. 2, the final date
for the return of ballots to the ASCS
All candidates for community committees
were nominated by petition
this year, except eight named by the
On the ballot are Levy Clemmons,
Waddell Clemmons. Alton Evans,
Hewett for Lockwood Folly; F.P.
Cook, Abraham Pellom, Audwin L.
| Pellom, H. Hulon Pellom and Donald
Ray Perkins for North West; Shady
L. Daniels, Hulon E. Grissett, Wayne
Grissett, Clarence DeWayne Reaves
and Donald Wilson for Shallotte;
E.T. Albright, D.G. Padgett, J.T.
Poiier Jr., Willie SiniUi and Jerry
Willetts for Town Creek; and Samuel
L. Bowens, Hoyt B. Inman. Nelson
King, Bennie H. Smith and Jacky W.
Smith for Waccamaw.
Any person who owns or operates a
I farm, or has an interest as a tenant
or sharecropper, is eligible to vote.
Persons not receiving ballots may
1 pick one up at the county ASCS office
at the goverment center in Bolivia
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The current session of Brunswick
I County Superior Criminal Court got
off to a slow start this week, with
Judge F. Gordon Battle presiding
over one sentencing, one plea, one
dismissal and one short trial over the
first two days.
Rodney E. Cobb, charged with
first degree rape, pleaded guilty to
attempted second degree rape and
was sentenced to the N.C. Department
of Corrections for five years.
A jury' found Richard 1- Games
, not guilty of driving while impaired,
just as he had pleaded.
A motion for dismissal by defense
attorney David P. Ford was allowed
following presentation of the state's
evidence against Adolph Holmes
Holmes, who operates several
lounges In the Shallotte area, was
charged with the unlawful sale of
West FFA Wins
The West Brunswick Chapter of the
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
won first place in the federation tool
competition on Thursday, Nov. 14, at
Cape Fear Technical Institute in
Wilmington, according to Jonathan
Clemmons. FFA reporter.
Team high scorer was April Robinson
with 100 points. Jerry Simmons
had the second highest score with 94.
Other team members were Keith
Hewett, Matthew l.ong. Rusty
Bellamy, Stephen Russ and I eon
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essential courtesy tickets which dii
not require payment of a fine or
v dppr<t; diict.
'i'hs ;ew system is similar to tha
which has been in effect for severs
years at Camp Lejeune, Fort Brags
and other military installations.
According to authorities at Sunn;
Point, the Federal Magirtrat
System is being implemented ther
to provide security guards an iir
mediate means of enforcing traffic
trespassing and other minor viols
tions in the Sunny Point areas.
Begin Nov. 22
returned or postmarked by Dec. 5
Full voting instructions are listed o
The county committee will meet i
public at 9 a.m. on Dec. 9 at the ASC
office to tabulate the returns. Electe
committeemen and alternates will b
notified of the results.
In each of the five communities,
chairman, vice chairman, regula
member, first and second alternat
will be elected.
The three elected committeeme
convention at the ASCS office on De<
16 at 9 a.m. The community commi
tee alternates will attend if regula
members are not able to attend.
The purpose of the county convei
tion is to nominate and elect or
member to the county committee fc
a three-year term. The delegates wi
also nominate and elect a chairma
and vice-chairman for 1986 from th
newly elected and incumbent count
committo members. A first and si
cond alternate to the county commi
tee will also be nominated ar
Newly elected county and cor
munity committeemen will take o
fice Jan. 1.
For more information, call tt
A.SCS office at 25M448
To Slow Start
Wesley P. Musselwhite Jr., who i
an earlier session entered a plea to
reduced charge of taking Indecei
liberties, was sentenced to the N.(
Department of Corrections for foi
years, with work release recon
And, in the case of Thomas
Gang, charged with second degri
rape, the state was granted its r
quest for a continuance. Bond wi
reduced to 150,000, unsecured.
The Town Creek Township Seni(
Citizens gave I>ena Beachum specii
recognition at their Nov. 7 meetlr
for organizing the group's 1984-t
Before the meeting, Margari
Knox entertained the 26 attendir
club members by playing seven
songs on the piano.
Ouida Hewett announced club trij
planned for November an
December, and Barbara Unebargi
told club members about the Unite
Club officers for 1984-63 will sen
again in 1985-86 They were installc
by Ouida Hewett.
The next meeting, a covered dis
luncheon, will be held Thursday
Dec. 5, at noon at the Town Cree
Township Park Building.
Members are to bring a gift itei
for the Home Missions Cente
Christmas program. Gifts can ij
elude a staple food item, children
toys or cash donations.
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d The terminal has had a problem
a with boats trespassing in restricted
waters tor some time. "Although the
it area is properly marked," said Myril
tie D. Meade, public affairs officer,
I, "a lot of people either just don't know
what the markers mean, read them
y improperly, or ignore them."
e Enforcement will be directed
e mainly against repeat violators. Perh
sons accidently straying into the area
will simply be escorted out by the teri
minal patrol boat.
Although trespass by watercraft is
g Approximately 1,500 Atlantic
j telephone customers in the Shallotte
e exchange lost service from 8 a.m. to
10:30 p.m. Tuesday morning when a
computer broke down.
Doug Huddle, central ofe
fice/spccial services supervisor, said
the outage was caused by a software
Atlantic Telephone spokesman
' Percy Woodard said no particular
r group of numbers was out. A random
r 50 percent of customers, both commercial
and residential, in the
v Shallotte exchange lost service.
Woodard says the telephone eompany
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a primary concern, violation notices
may be issued for any act which is an
offense under either federal law or a
violation of the laws of North
This includes all traffic and fish
and game violations, as well as more
Local sportsmen should exercise
care to avoid the restricted waters
around Sunny Point and everyone
entering the installation should
carefully observe all traffic rules and
manufacturers of the equiptment, to
discover what caused the software
A dress fitting workshop will be
held at the Rninswirlt County Fxten- I
sion Service office at the govermcnt
center in Bolivia on Monday, Nov. 25,
from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Joe Peters, a sewing instructor
from Clinton, will teach the
Registration costs $10.
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