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    District Court
Man Fails To Appear;
Warrant Issued; $5,000 Bond Set
A warrant for arrest was issued
for John E. Alford Friday by
District Court Judge Charles Guy
when Alford failed to appear.
Alford, charged with felonious
breaking and entering, was called
many times in court before Guy
issued the warrant and assigned
him a $5,000 bond.
Estella Daniels, Rt. 3, Raeford,
pleaded guilty to shoplifting, and
was sentenced to 60 days, suspend
ed on condition that she not go on
the premises of the A&P unless
invited to do so, not violate any
laws and pay $50 and costs.
Earl Elmer Marsh, Ft. Bragg,
pleaded guilty to DUI and was
sentenced to six months, suspended
for 12 months and ordered not to
drive for 12 months except for
limited driving privileges and pay
$100 and costs. Blood alcohol
content was .16 according to
records.
William Ross Morrison, 418 E.
Donaldson, Raeford, pleaded
guilty to reckless driving as the
state dropped charges of speeding
171 in a 45 MPH zone and failing to
report change of address on driver's
license and was fined $25 and costs.
John Thomas Shapard, Raeford,
pleaded guilty to speeding 65 in a
55 MPH zone and prayer for
judgement was continued upon
payment of costs.
Lewis Claxton Garner, Vass,
pleaded guilty to speeding 65 in a
55 MPH zone and prayer for
judgement was continued upon
payment of costs.
Lawrence Horn Fisher, Jr.,
Pinehurst, pleaded guilty to speed
ing 66 in a 55 MPH zone and
prayer for judgement was contin
ued upon payment of costs.
Mattie Harris McLellan, S.
Pines, pleaded guilty to speeding 67
in a 55 MPH zone and prayer for
judgement was continued upon
payment of costs.
Gary Gene Liquori. Laurinburg,
pleaded guilty to speeding 65 in a
55 MPH zone and prayer for
judgement was continued upon
payment of costs.
James R. Jacobs, Rt. 1, Red
Springs, pleaded guilty to driving
while his license was revoked and
failure to stop for a siren and was
sentenced to 12 months, suspended
for two years and placed on pro
bation for two years and fined $300
and costs.
Bill Koonce, Lumber Bridge,
pleaded guilty to worthless check
and was fined costs.
Louis C. Cunningham, 411
Wooley St., Raeford, pleaded
guilty to speeding 70 in a 55 MPH
zone and was sentenced to 60 days,
suspended, and fined $25 and
costs.
Louis C. Cunningham,
Saunders St.. Raeford. pleaded
guilty to speeding 65 in a 55 MPH
zone and was sentenced to 30 days,
suspended, and fined S10 and
costs.
James H. Paul, Ft. Bragg,
fleaded guilty to speeding 65 in a
5 MPH zone and driving while his
license was revoked and was
sentenced to 12 months, suspended
and fined S200 and costs of court.
William S. McGregor, Raeford,
pleaded guilty to worthless check
and was sentenced to 60 days,
suspended on condition he pay S20
restitution and costs.
Harrison McPhaul, Rt. 1, Red
Springs, pleaded guilty to a
worthless check and was sentenced
to 90 days, suspended on condition
he pay S15.26 and costs.
Farm Items
w. s. Young & Freddie O'Neal
County Agricultural Agents
The Land Utilization Survey is the
most comprehensive annual survey of
its kind conducted in North Carolina.
Information collected is vital to all
segments of agriculture, agri-business,
related industries and land use
planners. The survey is conducted in
January each year. All landowners of
tracts of ten or more acres are urged
to cooperate by accurately reporting
their I 175 land-use crop acreage and
livestock inventories. Landowners can
gel a copy, from the county agents
office, to list the various crops and
livestock grown before going to the
township listers. This will help to
speed up the process and will give
you a chance to gel your acreage
down correctly.
This is the season that farmers
begin to kill hogs for their own use.
Some tips will be helpful in saving all
of the meat if you don't put it under
refrigeration. First, chill the carcass
properly right after killing the hog.
Cut the carcass after it is chilled or
afler all the heat is out of the body.
Put in cure when the meat is cut. Use
the right amount of curing mix and
follow a curing schedule. Cure during
November, December and January
and avoid high temperalure while
curing. Let the salt equalize before
smoking. Keep temperature below
00 degrees F. while smoking. Do not
put hams in airtight bags. Age for
about six months and protect your
meal front insects and rodents during
litis time. Exact details can be
obtained from a bulletin entitled
"Curing Hants Country Style" at the
County's Agents' office.
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School Menu
December I').26
Christmas Vacation
Merry Christinas!
MONDAY. Dec. 21
Hot Dog in Bun w/Chili
Slaw w/Carrots -A.C
French Fries w/Catsup
Cookie
Milk
TUESDAY. Dec. JO
Becf-A-Roni
Steamed Cabbage -C
Fruit Cup
Peanut Butter Delight
Rolls
Milk
WEDNESDAY. Dec. JI
Managers Choice
Happy New Year!
Magistrates Court
The following cases were heard by
the magistrates last week:
L.C. Coins, Fayetteville,
transporting alcoholic beverage with
the seal broken, S10, costs; Wade
Pittman, 507 Magnolia St., Raeford,
driving without a license, $25, costs;
Velma S. Rush, Ellcrbe, speeding 70
in a 55 mph zone, $10, costs; Ned W.
Mizelle, High Point, 70 in a 55 mph
zone, $10, costs; Alexander Cole,
2202 Scurlock St., Raeford, stop sign
violation, fined costs; Sandra Lupo,
111 S. Jackson St., Raeford,
worthless check, $32.19 restitution,
costs; Charles E. Blue. Aberdeen,
driving without a license, $25, costs;
Elton G. Avery, Fayetteville, 65 in a
55 mph zone, $5, costs; Elton G.
Avery, Fayetteville, 65 in a 55 mph
zone, $5, costs; Constance R.
Locklear, Rt. 2, Raeford, 70 in a 55
mph zone, $10, costs; George M.
Lewis, Bladenboro, 65 in a 55 mph
zone, $5, costs; Jean E. Maxwell, Rt.
1, Raeford, 70 in a 55 mph zone,
$10, costs; Eddie N. McLauchlin,
Shannon, driving left of center, fined
costs; Carl W. McNair, Greensboro,
66 in a SS mph zone, $10, costs;
Cyrus Peterkin, Rt. 4, Raeford, 66 in
a 55 m ph zone, $10, costs; Robert K.
Penton, Raeford, ficticious
registration, fined costs; Rodney
Stepter, Ft. Bragg, 70 in a 55 mph
zone, $10, costs; Jessie G. Walters,
Shannon, worthless check, $5
restitution, costs.
Willie L. Wiggins, Wadesboro, 67
in a 55 mph zone, $ 10, costs; Charles
T. Wall, Rockingham, 58 in a 45 mph
zone, $10, costs; Michael K.
Wooldridge, Ft. Bragg, 70 in a 55
mph zone, $10, costs; Samuel Dial,
Rt. 4, Red Springs, 55 in a 45 mph
zone, $10, costs; Emory K.
Arrington, Ft. Bragg, 70 in a 55 mph
zone, $10, costs; Betty C. Collins,
Rt. 3, Red Springs, parking violation,
fined costs; John Willie Campbell,
Rt. 2, Raeford, equipment violation,
fined costs; Bobby L.Johnson. Rt. I
Raeford. driving left of center, fined
costs, Arthur D. Kemp, Raeford, 65
in a 55 mph zone, S5, costs; William
K. Bayer, III, Fayetteville, 70 in a 55
mph zone, $10, costs; Ophelia W.
Allbrooks, Rt. 2. Raeford, 66 in a 55
mph zone, S10, costs; Denver R.
Huff III, Raeford, passing violation,
$10, costs; Mack L. Coxe, Rt. 2,
Raeford, hunting violation, $10,
costs; Joseph L. Freeman, 510 W.
Sixth Ave., Raeford, excessive speed,
Fined costs; John David/Cheraw, S.C.,
65 in a 55 mph zone, S5,costs;Mrs.
Jack D. Edwards, Rt. 2, Raeford,
worthless check, $3 restitution,
costs; Lennon Harris, Rt. 1,
Lumberton, 60 in a 45 mph zone,
$10, costs; Jerry W. Hord, Rt. 4, Red
Springs, 66 in a 55 mph zone, $10,
costs; Allen M. Thomas, Rt. 1,
Raeford, inspection violation, fined
costs; Floyd McNeill, Rt. 2, Raeford,
65 in a 55 mph zone, $5, costs;
William H. Morrison, Fayetteville, 65
in a 55 mph zone, $5, costs; Dorothy
L. McLean, 65 in a 55 mph zone, $5,
costs.
William L. Stephens. Wagram, stop
light violation, fined costs; James W.
McLauchlin, S. Pines, driving without
license, $25, costs; Jerry A. Williams,
Rt. 3, Raeford, 65 in a 55 mph zone.
$5, costs; Willie T. Snow, Rt. I
Lumber Bridge, stop sign violation,
fined costs; Lewis T. Lawson. Red
Springs, hunting violation. SS, costs;
James L. McFadyen, Rt. 1. Raeford,
65 in a 55 mph zone, $5 costs;
Donnie W. Money, Red Springs,
hunting violation. $ 10, costs; John E.
Porter, Ft. Bragg, 70 in a 55 mph
zone, $10, costs; Ronald D. Safrit,
Thomasville, inspection violation,
fined costs; Diana R. Tope,
Lumberton, stop sign violation, fined
costs; Willie W. Wilson, Raleigh, 68 in
a 55 mph zone, $5, costs;Clayton R.
Biggs, Jr., Raeford, 68 in a 55 mph
zone, $5. costs; David N. Tolar, stop
light violation, fined costs; Gretchen
L. Sayer, Rt. 2, Raeford, starting
violation, fined costs; Michael C.
Smith. Wilmington. 66 in a 55 mph
zone. $10, costs; Larry K. Cobb,
Raeford, stop sign violation, fined
costs; Robert L. Stocks, Red Springs,
worthless checks, $20 restitution,
costs; Thomas E. Carrigan.
Fayetteville, 65 in a 55 mph zone,
$5, costs; Emily W. Caison,
Whiteville, 65 in a 55 mph zone, $5,
costs; Calvin J. Dalton, 68 in a 55
mph zone, $10. costs.
SCSNews
F O. Clark, District Conservationist
Paul A. Vander Myde. Depuly
Assistant of Agriculture for
Conservation. Research and
Education, has voiced genuine
concern over "dredge and fill"
regulations of the Army Corps of
Engineers because of possible effects
on farmland.
Commenting on Section 104 of
the Federal Water Pollution Control
Act. he said that "a bad decision can
cost farmers dearly ...they have a
$500 billion investment to
protect...and it can slash deeply into
food output."
Speaking before the South
Carolina Association of Conservation
Districts at its Columbia meeting,
Vander Myde said that "interim
rules" laid down by the Army Corps
of Engineers is an example of the
lack of understanding of modern
farming by "urban power holders."
"It's not that non-farm groups are
unsympathetic to farmers. Survey
after survey indicates that ranchers
and farmers have an excellent image.
They are looked upon as fine,
honest, hard-working-people that
most urbanities would like to live
next door to. But...these urbans
power-holders cannot begin to
understand the short term and
long-term implications of their
decisions upon today's vastly
complex and costly farm business
operations."
The agricultural official
continued: "As Assistant Secretary
Long said the other day. we believe
they COULD force ranchers and
farmers to apply to the military for a
permit every time they: build a
pond, improve a stream bank,
construct a sod waterway, build a
diversion ditch, construct a terrace
outlet, or carry out any other water
management practice that involves
moving dirt."
He said: "This amounts to a paper
pusher's paradise, despite the fact
that these practices, mostly designed
by Soil Conservation Service
professionals are the results of
research and are aimed at
accomplishing the same goals the
Corps and EPA seek. "The Corps
says that it has no such
intentions-ihat normal farming
activities are excluded. But the
language of the Act is such that any
district engineer of the Corps
COULD require permits for many of
these practices and others. We must
persuade the Corps to change this
regulatory language to specifically
exclude from permit regulation of all
these operations." t
The official pointed out that the
stated objective of Public Law
?>2-500, the "Clean Water Act." is to
"restore and maintain the chemical,
physical and biological integrity of
the nation's waters. This is an
objective that has the support of
USDA and all the rest of us."
While final regulations have not
yet been issued, and while the
interim final regulations will have less
adverse impact on agricultural and
the rural sector than the May 6,
1975. regulations, they continue to
be complex and ambiguous, the
agricultural spokesman said.
He urged the Corps of Engineers
and EPA to modify and clarify the
final regulations. "The installation of
soil and water conservation practices
on land areas included an 'navigable
waters,' may require a permit,' he
continued. "This is particularly
distressing because, conservation
measures contribute to water quality
improvement through the control of
sediment movement."
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NEW OFFICERS - Shown are the newly-elected officers for the Hoke County
Rescue Squad. Left to right are Bobby Conolv (commander). Johnny Melton
(treasurer). Neil Smith (executive vice-commander). Edison Glover (secretary).
and Jim Wade ( vice-commander).
Library i\eivs
New Cards Jan. 2
In the process of hurry, hurry;
trying to move our operation
forward, we have taken a few
minutes a day to enjoy the nice
goodies some of you have brought
for our staff. It was very thoughtful
and time consuming this busy time
of the year. Thank you.
Mrs. Cameron spent Wed.. Dec. 17
in Rockingham at a meeting on
Regional procedure. There will be
continued meetings on this project
for the next several weeks.
MAKE PLANS NOW to re-register
at the library, starting Jan. 2. We ask
all our patrons to bear with us with
this change to a charge plate type of
registration - (There will be no
charge), just this type of library card
which you will HAVE TO HAVE
with you to check out a book. Each
person will use the number on his or
her card to check out books instead
of your name. It may be hard to
adjust to this system, so we ask you
to start telling yourself even before
you register, "I MUST not lose my
library card and I MUST be sure to
have it with me to check out a
book." Also beginning Jan 2 books
will be issued for only two weeks at a
time. You may renew your books
only if there is no waiting list. All
books, new or old, will be issued for
the same time limit. Fines on all
overdue books will be two cents (2 c)
a day.
The library story hours will
resume Jan 6 at the regular time.
Sunnybrook Day Care Center 9; 30
a.m.-Mrs. Scull's Kindergarten 10:15
a.m.-Mother's Story Hour for
mothers who want to bring their
little ones 11 a.m.
The Hoke Library Staff had their
annual covered dish Christmas
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Lee
Cameron, Tues. Dec. 23.
We wish all our patrons, a very
MERRY CHRISTMAS!
FACT
"Pre-Meditated Man" by Richard
M. Restak
"Crystal Lee" by Henry P. Leifer
mann
"Dr. Finneson on Low Back Pain"
by Bernard Finneson. M. D.
"One Little Room, an Everywhere"
by Myra C. Livingston
"Yessir, I've Been Here a Long
Time" by George Mitchell
"A Fair and Happy Land" by
William A. Owens
CHILDREN'S FICTION
"Temba Dawn: The Story of a Boy
and His Calf by Alec Lea
BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE
December 30, ll>75
Mrs. Alona McNeill, Mrs. Cleva
Newton. Mrs. Lois Woodring, Mrs.
Louise Pluminer, Mrs. Alma Lovette,
Mrs. Nancy Dean. Mrs. Sheila
Wontmack, Mrs. Virginia McColl,
Mrs. Claire Everette, Mrs. Judy
Henley. Mrs. Gilbert Ray, Mrs. Claire
Ray. Mrs. Frances Woolley.
December 31. ll>75
Phillipi and Ruckfish
Mrs. Marcia Johnson. Mrs. Audrey
McDowell. Mrs. Josephine Hough.
Mrs. Glady's Cummins, Mrs. Mary
Ann Bunells. Mrs. Jeris Overton. Mrs.
Clara Wood. Mrs. lsobell Bundy.Mrs.
N.J. Ritter, Mrs. Barbara Ward, Mrs.
Jeanette Womack, Mrs. Pricilla
Hardin. Mrs. Man' Cocn, Mrs. Elsie
Pittman. Mrs. Christine Dennis.
Albert Leak, Rovenia Blackshear,
Ivone Gay and Rovenia Le Grande.
Prison Has
Christmas
Inmates at the McCain prison unit
will enjoy a traditional Christmas
dinner of turkey and all ol the
trimmings and also receive a fruit
basket on Christmas, capping off a
month of activities held to brighten
the holiday for the prisoners.
Bingo parties, sponsored by the
prison Jaycee chapter, were held for
all wards beginning the first week of
December and the games were
"rigged" to assure every man at least
one prize, spokesman Walter Del.ong
said.
Several womens' groups from the
Southern Pines and Aberdeen aiea
contributed food for parties and the
current Miss Southern Pines.
Margaret Leatherman. visited the
inmates and entertained at a pan\
where each man received a Christmas
present.
Free movies, sponsored by the
Jaycees, were shown during the
month, and a group of Pine Bluff
youths sang Christmas carols last
weekend.
Hoke County 4-H members
traveled to the prison Saturday and
provided music for the worship
service. The members also brought
refreshments for the get-together.
WANTED:
To Buy Pine Timber. We
Pay Top Dollar.
Call
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All Day Sat. & Sun.
875-5326
Raeford, N. C.
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On 401 By-Pass
TELEPHONE 875-2131
Closed Dec. 24 & 25
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We Will Close Dec. 24 At 2 P.M. and Friad Chicken"
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Smalt Barbeque Plate 1.85
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Tubs of Chicken
8 pc. tub with slaw 81 rolls 1 16 pc. tub with slaw & rolls
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All HOURS: OPEN DAILY 11 A. M. - 8 P. M.
Plus Tax EXCEPT FRIDAY. WE'RE OPEN 'TIL 9 P. M.
Catering Service Available For Any Occasion
Seasons' Greetings and Best Wishes
from
Board of Directors and Staff of
Raeford Savings and Loan Ass'n.
We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to our many members
whose generous support has caused our growth and expansion.
We humbly pledge to you continued dependable service with a new
addition to our office building and added services.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS STAFF
Alfred G. (Jack) Bray Graham A. Monroe Franklin R. Teal
Fred M. Culbreth Sam C.Morris Helen B. Monroe
H. L. Gatlin, Jr. R.E.Neeley Margaret L, Davis
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LOAN ASSOCIATION
PHONE 875 5061 MtMBER FSL,C
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