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/ OUR \ kHIC l.hS collided at a traffic light on Main Street in Shallotte last Thursday, with one injury
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One Injured In Four- Car Wreck
Four vchiclcs were damaged and
one woman was injured in a chain
reaction accident last Thursday
morning in downtown Shallotlc.
I he wreck happened at 10:40
a.m. on Main Street near the traffic
light at Wall Street, according to a
Shallotlc Policc Department report.
A 1987 International truck travel
ing south hit the vehicle in front ol
it. triggering the chain reaction.
Also involved in the wreck were
a 1989 Ford station wagon, a 1990
Jeep and a 1985 Ford truck. Total
damage to the four vchiclcs was es
timated at S5.7(X), according to the
A passenger in the Jeep, Frances
McKnight, 51, of Myrtle Beach,
S.C., was slightly injured in the
wreck. She was taken to The Bruns
wick Hospital in Supply where she
was treated and released.
Shallotlc Patrolman Keith Croom
charged the driver of the Interna
tional truck, 44-ycar-old Gene Clark
Bryant of Route 4, I .eland, with
failure to rcducc speed to avoid an
Less than an hour earlier, a truck
and car collided in front of Hardee's
on Main Street in Shallotlc.
Herman Foy Myers, 48, of Shal
lotlc was driving a 1986 CMC truck
nordi on Main Street, according to a
Lorcita Thcrcsc Zdcrad, 66, of
Route 6, Shalloltc, was driving a
1988 Honda. The vchiclcs collided
when the Honda pulled out from a
driveway off Main Street.
Patrolman Croom charged Mrs.
Zdcrad with failure to see before
Damages were estimated at
S7,(XX) to the Honda and SI, 500 to
the truck. Nobody was injured in
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A Lumbcrton man was chargcd
with driving while impaired after
the car he was driving ran off of
Ash-Liitic River Road (SR 1 3v)0)
and struck a bridge last Wednesday
morning, June 26.
Jerry Ray Anderson, 27, was
traveling west about 13 miles south
of Shallottc when the 1987 Nissan
he was driving rounded a curve, hit
the east side of a bridge, traveled
across the road and struck the
bridge again, reported Slate Trooper
The driver left the scene and trav
eled an estimated five miles before
the car became disabled and stop
ped, Thompson reported.
The accident happened around
12:30 a.m. The car was registered to
Ronnie's Car World of Lumbcrton.
A passenger in the car, Carey
Rozicr, 42, also of Lumbcrton, was
chargcd with allowing a driver to
operate a vehicle while impaired,
Both were injured and taken to
The Brunswick Hospital in Supply
with class B injuries, which arc seri
ous but not incapacitating.
Two people escaped serious in
juries early Sunday when a car
overturned on U.S. 17 about four
miles south of Bolivia.
According to Trooper D.A. Lew
is, two Myrtle Beach, S.C., men
were traveling south on U.S. 17
around 3:30 a.m. when the driver,
John F.. Lowcry, 22, swerved to
avoid an object in the ro;id.
The 1986 Chevrolet left the
shoulder, struck a ditch and utility
pole and overturned. The car came
to rest upside down.
Lowcry was not charged in the
accident. He and a passenger, Ste
ven Lilly, 24, received minor in
juries but were not taken to the hos
Damage was listed at S2.(XM).
A Southport woman was charged
with failure to yield the right of way
after she pulled her car into the path
of a tractor trailer on U.S. 17 last
Dina Burris Marshall, 21, was
charged by Lewis following the
4:45 p.m. accident about 7.5 miles
north of Bolivia.
According to l.cwis, Ms. Mar
shall pulled from a private driveway
onto U.S. 17 and into the south
bound lane, in front of a tractor
trailer driven by Larry Dale Rabon.
27, of Aynor.
The truck struck the rear of Ms.
Marshall's 19X1 Oldsmobilc. She
received class B injuries and was
taken to The Brunswick Hospital
Rabon was not injured.
Damage was estimated at S1,5'K)
to the car and S8(X) to the truck.
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Real Estate Commission
Revokes Broker's License
BY SUSAN USHKR
The N'.C. Real Esiatc Commis
sion has reprimanded and revoked
the liccnsc of a former local devel
oper and real estate broker for al
legedly selling lots without disclos
ing thai they had been used as col
lateral on bank loans.
The Commission, in a consent or
der signed May 24, revoked the
North Carolina broker's liccnsc of
Allen W. May of North Myrtle
Beach, S.C., effective June 17.
The action came in response to a
complaint filed by Linda Pcclc Cox,
a resident of Shell Point Recreation
al Village, in December 1990, Mrs.
Cox wrote the state Attorney Gcncr
2! < Office, W^irh rrfrru'd tl'lC COI1V
plaint to the Commission, said
Thomas Miller, assistant attorney
general and legal counsel to the
Since May had allowed his real
estate liccnsc to expire on June 30,
1983, the Commission's action has
no immediate effect.
However, Miller said the revoca
tion would affect May's ability to
reapply for a real estate broker's li
ccnsc in North Carolina.
When an individual allows their
liccnsc to lapse, he or she can usual
ly reapply for reinstatement. North
Carolina courts have ruled, said
Miller, that during thai in-between
period they arc still subjcct to the
state's real estate licensing regula
tions. Otherwise, someone could lei
their liccnsc expire to avoid disci
plinary action, then later seek rein
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May was a principal in Shell
Point Rccrcaiional Village Inc., de
veloper of a subdivision by lhat
name off Holdcn Beach Road.
According to the Commission's
conscnt order signed by Phillip
Fisher, cxecuuvc director, the cor
poration was engaged in die sale of
residential lots by means of install
ment sales contracts between 1976
May has neither admitted or de
nied, but docs not contest, the Com
mission's finding lhat he signed and
delivered general warranty deeds to
lots in the Village, without excep
tions, at a time when the lots were
encumbered, and that lots were sold
on contract without disclosing the
use of the lots as collateral on loans
of the developer.
Wncn May fell behind on loan
payments. United Carolina Bank
began foreclosure proceedings on
the lots used as collateral.
After the nature of the situation
was disclosed, the bank worked out
an agreement w ith a group of affect
ed property owners and their attor
ney in which the bank would not
sell lots on which the property own
ers were up to date on installment
payments to May.
"The results were pretty phenom
enal," said Miller. "They were for
tunate things worked out so well
and they didn't lose everything.
UCB took a pretty go<x1 attitude."
Contacted Monday at his office
in North Myrtle Beach, May said
the Csmmision was "about two
years behind" in acting on his licen
"It was just to clear their books,"
he said. "I've not dealt with then, in
about eight years."
Ol the Shell Point Recreati- nal
Village land sales dispute. May
said, "It's been resolved. We settled
that a long time ago."
Neither Mrs. Cox nor the L.cgal
Services attorney representing the
property owners, could be reached
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