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Fish Panel Adds Day
To Weekend Closure
Shrimpers \v ill soon have one less rule thai would have required at
day per week that thev will lv per- least ot an inch between the teeth
nutted to operate trawlers under a on clam rakes I he minimum si/e
rule approved last week In the N ( limit lor clams is one inch thick.
Marine Fisheries Commission. l'he panel also rejected a proposal
Fffective March 1. one more da\ to give the state tisheries director the
will be added to she existing one-da\ ".!'!>?w?iy ?<? issue proclamations n>
weekend closure Shrimp trawling in ducing the minimum si/e limit tor
North Carolina will K' prohibited oy sters trom inches to 2 inches
Friday night through Sunday night.
Trawling is now prohibited Sat
urday night through Sunday night
l'he state commission adopted the
rule change during its meeting last
Friday at Wrights\ille Beach.
Another measure approved last
week designates Davis Creek near I\NUARY
I ong Beach as a permanent sec- llHill i o\V
ondary nursery area, which makes it |>at l)?tr ,vm. p.m. A.M. P.M.
Ol'f limits to trawlers. Thursday 20 1:35 1:54 7:52 S I!
Rich Carpenter, southern district Fnday 21 2:30 2 50 s ^2 *?:07
manager w ith the N C. of ??* ? gj
Marine Fisheries, said the designa- Monday s 5:34 11:3811:45
lion was sought to help protect small Tuesday 25 ?>03 <> 23 t2 2<?
lish and shrimp in the area. Wednesday 2?> <> >" 7 in 12:33 in
The fisheries commission last ADJUSTMENTS
t ...111, i SHALLOTTE INLKT?add |7 min.
week rejected three other proposed , , . .
' ... high tide. add 32 min. low tide.
rule changes that would have alfect- LOCKWOOD FOLLY?subtract 22
ed Brunsw ick ( ounty fishermen. min. high tide. subtract S nun low lide
A plan to close w aters to clam BALD HEAD ISLAND?subtract 10
harvesting April I through \la\ 31 ">m high tide, subtract" min low udo
ot each vear was defeated, despite SOITHPOR1 .idd min. high tide.
.ii . . i add |s mm. low tide.
an -percent decline in statewide UTTLli RIVER?subtract II min
harvests from lwWlo IW?. high tide, add 1 s min low tide
Commissioners also ha Iked at a
Z/on Nips Ocean View
/.ion Baptist edged Ocean View Church Basketball Ixague
Baptist 4I-3.N l-'riday night in Bruns- Standings Through Jan. 17
wick C HUlli\ Men s C illllcit Iw>(vii- ir.iiii I.CSNi
ball League pla\ at Waccamaw Kle- Caban Baptist 5 (I
mentary School. I.etties (iro\e 5 (I
In other games Friday. New Shallotte f irst 4 0
Britton lopped Friendship Baptist New Britton 3 I
50-46. Jennies Branch defeated Seaside Methodist 3 2
Camp Methodist 54-31 and Calvarv Friendship Baptist 2 2
Baptist blasted Dixon Chapel N0-3N. Jennies Branch 2 2
In league play last Tuesday. Shal- Camp Methodist 2 2
lotte First Baptist knocked off Supplv Baptist 2
Shallotte Presbyterian 6(J-44. Sea- /.ion Baptist 2
side Methodist beat Mount Olive Shal Presbyterian I 3
42-30 and Letties Grove dumped Ocean View 0 4
Supply Baptist 67*42. Mount Olive 0 4
Brunswick County Dixon Chapel 0
Ramsey Leads League
Lois Ramsey rolled a hiiih game dec. I'M). 5(H): Wanda Evans. I7M.
of 211) anil a 484 series to lead the 4l>2: Jan White. I 79. 45''. Becky
women in the Woodmen of the Rountree. I ~N. 502: and I lien
World Mixed League last Friday Benton. 173.462.
night at Brunswick County Bowling Leading the men Friday were
Center in Shallotte. Terry Decker. 236. 668; Waddell
Other tup finishers were Mona I a ans. 230. (>17: Jimmy Robinson.
I..ifontaine. 202. 4l)5: Marsha liar- 223. 553: Michael Runs. 221. 618:
Mike Bellamy. 213. (>04: Lloyd
Fields. 211. 561): Jimmy Fierce. 211.
552: and Donald Robbins. 201. 508.
In league action Jan. 7. top men's
finishers were Fierce. 27l>. (ill:
Gene's Auto Body remained un- Shelton Innian. 257. 674: Chris
defeated with a 16-14. 15-11. win Chappell. 2,-s. (*23: Evans. 232.
over Sherri's (irill last Tuesday in 620. Kevin Williams. 224. 620; Jell
Brunswick County Coed Volleyball Sibbelt. 223.548; Scott Decker, 219.
League play at Supply Elementary 604; f ields. 20*>. 507: and Bellamy.
In other matches. Brunswick Lafontainc led the women with a
Community College topped Rober- 217 game and 48') series Other high
to's Pizza 15-10. 11-15. 10-4. Ric- scorers included Beverly Williams,
hard Jones Construction beat J.M. IW. 4*>'>. Ramsey. |0|. 4'M: Gloria
Parkers 15-2. 15-5: and Kari's Bar Bland. 183. 443: Cathy Lewis. 169.
knocked oil Sub Jammers 15-8. 17- 455. and Retina I \les. I(?(>. 431.
Coed Volleyball League
Standings As Of Jan. 17
Team \Nins Losses
Gene's Auto Body 6 0
Kari's Bar 5 1
Jones Construction 4 2
Sherri's Grill 3 3
Brunswick College 3
Roberto's Pizza 2 4
Sub Jammers 1 5
J.M. Parkers 0 6
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TH E# BEACON
On Sale At
GRISSETTOWN SERVICE CENTER
RANDYS PORK CENTER
H0LDEN BROTHERS PRODUCE
To all our friends, from
Shallotte Health Foods
We have moved
to our new location at
4564 Main Street ? Shallotte
Natural Vitamins and Herbs ? Organic Foods
Nutrition Books, Health and Beauty Aids
The move to a larger store will
enable us to expand our inventory to
better serve the community.
No one wants to be ill, but our sus
ceptibility to disease is determined by
how healthy we are. Each of us must
take the responsibility for creating our
own health. Start today by coming in to
our new store.
Come see Maddie, Betty or Helen.
SIAff PHOTO BV DOUG eurtEB
LOCAL WISSERS of the Elks Hoop Shoot were (front row, from
lift) I'cnny Williams, Tamara Stanley, Dontrae Marlowe, (hack
row, from left) lirandon Hewett, Lenora Rowens and Jomondre
Elks Crown Hoop
Calabash F.Iks lodge 2h7l)
crowned six winners at the local
I Iks Hoop Shoot free throw shoot
ing contest Saturday at Waccamaw
The I Iks awarded first place to
one hoy and one girl in each of three
age groups (X-9. 10-11 and 12-13).
Students from Waccamaw School
and Shallotte Middle School partici
Contestants tried to make as main
foul shots as they could in 25
chanccs. lop finishers m thv N-" .ige
group were Penny Williams ((> ot
25) ami Dontrae Marlowe (13).
Winners in the 10-11 age division
were Tamara Stanley (10) and
Brandon Hewett (II). Lenora Bow
ens (13) and Jomondre I rink (1(>)
took first place in the 12-13 age
Second-place finishers were Me
gan l ergurson and Matthew Wright,
age 8-9; Chantia MihkIv and Carl
Williams, age 10-11; and Jill Ros
enbaum. 12-13. There was no boys'
runner-up in the 12-13 age group.
The six local w inners will be eli
gible for district competition to be
held Saturday. Feb. 12. in CJolds
I he state competition will be held
in Belmont, followed by a regional
Hoop Shoot March 19 in Charles
ton. W.Va.. and the national finals
April 23 in Indianapolis.
The Hoop Shoot is the largest
youth activity sponsored by Flks
lodges across the country More than
3 million hoys and girls between the
ages of S and 13 will participate this
The program started in Oregon in
1946 and is now in its 22nd year as
a national contest. I-Iks lodges par
ticipate in all 50 states and the
District of Columbia
Is Named Tops
The U.S. Water Fitness Asso
ciation has selected the water fitness
program of the Brunswick County
Parks and Recreation Department
has one of the top UK) programs in
Programs nationwide were nomi
nated lor the annual awards, judged
on eight criteria including variety ol
classes, instructor training and quali
ty. professional teaching equipment
and offering a master swim program
to encourage fitnesses for people of
all ages and abilities.
The USWFA. a nonprofit organi
zation based in Boynton Beach. Fla..
promotes water fitness throughout
the country. For more information
about water exercise classes spon
sored by Brunswick County Parks
and Recreation, contact Emma 'l'.
McGraw. special events coordinator.
January Coupon Special
'A PICK-UP &
1 ^ DELIVERY*
?Within 15 Mile Radius thru Jan. 31 ? With A Full Tune-up
Lawn & Garden Tractors Only
MILLIGAN POWER &
LAWN EQUIPMENT, INC.
501 Whiteville Rd. (Hwy. 130 W) Shallotte ? 754-8535
JM. ML. JL X M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIALS
* Buy I pizza at regular price & get a 2nd
pizza of equal of lesser value for I 2 price
I * Two Lasagna Dinners
with Salads & Garlic Bread $9.09
THURSDAY NIGHT All-l'-Can -Eat Spaghetti
?" Sauce & Garlic Bread $3 99
* Meatballs Si Garlic Bread $4 99
j FRIDAY NIGHT Homemade Italian Feast
( Salad (iarhc Hreiui Included)
* Stuffed jumbo pasta shells
w/ sausage & mozzarella $7 95
Marinated Grilled Chicken Breast
served with Pasta Alfredo $7 95
t * The Italian Combo Platter
Lasagna, Stuffed Shell, Raviolis, &
Spaghetti w/ meatball $8 95
Ocean Isle Location Open
?uiomo\.u ? hm jakk4?7 srtcuLs
Step Aerobics Classes
The Brunsw ick County Parks and
Ri'tTealjon IVnartment is sponsor
ing a vaiiely of low-impact anil step
Classes are held in the following
? lo\Mi Creek Community Build
ing. Mondays. Wednesdays and
Thursdays. 7-N p.m. Fee is $20 per
month or S3 to drop in.
?Brunswick County Government
Complex Public Assembly Building,
Bolivia, step aerobics Tuesdays and
Thursdays. 5:15-6:15 p.m. Fee is
$ 15 per month or $3 to drop in.
?I ockwood Folly Community
Building, low-impact aerobics Tues
days and Thursdays. 6:30-7:30 p.m.
lee is $15 per month or $3 to drop
?I.cland Community Building,
step aerobics Tuesdays and Thurs
days. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Fee is $15 per
month or $3 to drop in. Participants
must provide their own step.
?Waccamaw Community Build
ing. step aerobics Mondays and
Wednesdays. 8-9 p.m. Fee is $15 per
month or $3 to drop in. Participants
must provide their own step.
A winter participation special is
being offered giv ing exercisers two
months for the price of one. Those
who register during February will
pay $15 for the two months of
February and March. Registration is
Toe Kv/on Do
A I... .M |.? I ?rt,. I. ..II"
r\ Idt U\> Ull.lf >VII
defense class will be held at the
Waccamaw Community Building on
Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-N
This class is open to anyone 5
years of ago and up.
Registration is on location; fee
will he $20 per month. Family dis
counts will lx- offered to two or
more participants from one family.
Union Primary School gym will
lx- the site of "Kidnastics" classes on
1'he beginner class will lake place
from 4:30-5:15 p.rn.. \\ uh interme
diate class Irom 5:30-6:15 p.m. Fee
iv $22 per month.
Kidnastics is open ti? children in
kindergarten and older. Parents must
accompany children when register
A double dose ot whitewater raft
ing is scheduled lor May 14-17.
The jiroup will camp three nights
and spend two days whitewater raft
ing on the Cheat and Upper Yough
ioghiny n\ers The Cheat offers five
to seven hours of class 3-5 rapids.
The Upper Youghioghiny is a more
technical and challenging river for
experienced rafters only.
Total trip cost, including camping,
transportation, two days ol rafting
and eight meals, is approximately
$219.54. A S45 nonrefundable de
posit is due by Jan. 27 Space is lim
For more information about any
of these programs, contact Emma T.
McGraw, spei ial eventv coordinator,
at 25.1-J.*57or I-<S(X)-222-4790.
We call it a
You probably call it a
pain in the rear.
When your vertebrae are out of alignment,
it can literally mean a "pain in the
behind." Your nerve flow has been altered
due to nerve interference, a condition
which can be trented effectively with
chiropractic care So, whatever you choosc
to call the condition, atop putting up with
it-and call us instead.
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