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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, September 22, 1994, Page PAGE 12-A, Image 12

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Motorist Charged With DWI Folio wing Wreck On 904 A Scotland County man was charged with driving while impaired following a two-vehicle accident last Friday on N.C. 904 near Gris settown. The accident happened at 5:15 p.m. approximately 2.1 miles north of Sunset nrmrHintr fo a re port filed by Trooper R.L. Murray of the N.C. Highway Patrol. A 1991 Ford truck driven by Frederick Dickerson. 21, of Supply, and a 1993 CMC truck operated by Julian Butler III, 27, of Laurinburg, were traveling north on N.C. 904. Murray's report indicated that the GMC truck attempted to pass the Ford in the left lane. To avoid on coming traffic, the GMC swerved back into the right lane and struck the left front portion of the Ford. Both trucks ran off the right side of the road and overturned. Murray reported that both drivers com plained of injuries, but neither was taken to the hospital for treatment. Murray charged Butler with dri ving while impaired. Damage to the GMC truck was estimated at $5,(XX), and the Ford sustained approximately $4,500 in damages. Two Are Injured Two Brunswick County residents suffered minor injuries in a two-ve hicle accident last Thursday at the intersection of N.C. 904 and Russ town Road. The wreck occurred at 4:55 p.m. approximately 6.8 miles west of Shallotte. Michael Brinsfield. 34, of Shall otte, was driving a 1985 Ford south on N.C. 904. and Flora Frink, 31, of LongwiKxi was traveling north on N.C lHW in a 1987 Nissan. A report filed by Trooper T.W. Caulder says the Ford slowed down to turn left onto Russtown Road, and stopped after Brinsfield saw the on coming Nissan. The l ord stopped in the intersec tion left of the center line, and the Nissan slid into the front of the Ford Brinsfield was charged with a yield violation. Both drivers complained of minor injuries and were taken to The Brunswick Hospital in Supply. Caulder estimated damage to the Nissan at $2,000, while the Ford sustained about $1,500 in damage. Dangerous Intersection The intersection of U.S. 17 and N.C. 904 was the site of yet another traffic accident last week. State transportation officials plan to put a traffic light at the cross roads. where several accidents have occurred since the recent opening of the four-lane U.S. 17. Three local residents suffered mi nor injuries and were taken to The Brunswick Hospital following a two-vehicle accident last Wednes day at 7:45 p.m. Trooper Murray reported that David Bowser, 52, of Shallotte, was driving a 1986 Cadillac east on U.S. 17. Pamela Cobb, 31, of Ash, was driving a 1987 Chevrolet north on N.C. 904 and tried to cross U.S. 17. The Chevrolet struck the Cadillac in the right front panel, causing an Judge, County Manager Will Speak At Community Meeting Thirteenth District Court Judge Ola Lewis Bray and Brunswick County Manager Wyman Yelton will be the guest speakers at a com munity meeting Saturday, Oct. 1, at 5 p.m. at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church on U.S. 17 at Thomasboro. Sponsored by Shingletree com munity leader Robert Gore and Southport-Brunswick County NAACP Branch President Nat Parker, the meeting is intended to support incorporation of Goretown, said Gore, as well as encouraging economic development and bringing about a better quality of life within the black community. Judge Bray will discuss family values and crime prevention, while Yelton will discuss the function of government at the municipal and county levels and economic devel opment. Gore said entertainment will be provided by Larona Johnson Gore and others. 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J Valid Sept. 8-Oct. 16, '94 Seafood P eddler REST AURA NT Cm tht cauAtway t* 3iolden JUad I ? 842-5515 estimated $19,000 damage to the Cadillac and $3,200 to the Chev rolet. Injured were Cobb, Bowser and a passenger in the Cadillac, 48-year old Jessica Bowser of Shallotte. Murray charged Cobb with a yield violation. BS=BBS=B^= Shallotte Wreck Also last Wednesday, the High way Patrol investigated a 12:05 p.m. wreck at the intersection of U.S. 17 Bypass and U.S. 17 Business south of Shallotte. Trooper B.C. Jones reported that a 1987 Nissan truck driven by Taryn Haley, 35, of Whiteville, was travel ing north on U.S. 17 Bypass. Edward Pratt, 30, of Calabash, was driving a 1991 Acura and was attempting to cross the northbound lanes of the bypass from U.S. 17 Business when the vehicles collided. Pratt was charged with failure to yield. Haley complained of minor in juries and was taken to The Bruns. Hospital. Pratt was not injured. Jones estimated damage to the Acura at $5,000 and damage to the Nissan at $4,000. I 1 I Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge, Jeep Eagle, Inc. 754-281 1 IN SHALLOTTE 1 -! ALL NEW 1994 VEHICLES DRASTICALLY REDUCED 1995's At Introductory Prices 1995 New Ram 1500's $29807 mnnthQ Starting at $1 5,950 N427 NEW 1995 Dodge Dakota Sport 4.75% apr WKKk $189 na \J\J I I IUI III IO '11,950 36-month lease. 4 75%. $1 .000 down Tax and tags extra 1st payment and refundable security deposit due at inception Several To Choose From Nam* Address Data of Birth CREDIT REBUILDERS ATTENTION! We Now Otter BANK FINANCING For Persons With: ?Bankruptcies ? Foreclosures ? Tax Liens ? Repossessions ? ?Divorce ? Charge Offs ? Loan Defaults ? Slow Pays We understand good people have gone through bad times . Let us help re-establish your good name and otter you a fresh start1 !B ' BE THE FIRST TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SECOND CHANCE OPPORTUNITY. CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT OR DETAILS! (910)754-2811 or 1-800-754-2811 ASK FOR DAVIS! For Loan Interview Purposes Only Bring: 1. Current Check Stub From Your Place of Work. 2. Current Telephone Bill. 3. 1993 or 1992 Tax Return (if Self-Employed). 4. Bankruptcy Discharge Papers (if applicable). 5. Copy of Your Social Security Card. 6. Copy of Your Driver's License. 7. 10% Cash Down Payment or Trade-in. If you would like, just fill out the torm at right and mail your information to PO Box 3196, Shallotte, NC 28459. We will call you after arranging financing Home Prx>n? m Social Security ? 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S1 6,950 T987 ForttFI 50 Work Truck Solid truck local trade 2,450 Affordable Transportation 1985 Plymouth Voyager 1988 Chrysler LeBaron I Auio an < ori'iitioiuiK) hit Convertible LX cruise, sun screon qlass. only Lt.atliei only *3,950 s3,950 ? ? . : mi via I : [ 1989 Dodge Dynasty 1986 Cadillac Cimarron Automatic transmission ] I oaded Only povtQr windows stereo *1,950 *3,350 Business 17 North of Wal-Mart, Across from Joe's BBQ in ShallottP Wouldn t you rather do business with a Naber?

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