Church To Show
Joni Eareckson Film
"Reflections of His Love," a new
film highlighting the life and
ministry of Joni Eareckson, will be
shown on Sunday April 18. at First
Baptist Church. 333 North Main
The color feature, produced by
fc World Wide Pictures, the film
ministry of the Billy Graham
Association, will be shown once,
beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Miss Eareckson is the star of a
recent theatrical motion picture.
"Joni," which relates the story of
her diving accident, as a young girl,
which left her paralyzed from the
neck down. It chronicles her strug
gles to piece together her life and
her faith in God. in spite of the
) devastating circumstances.
In "Reflections of His Love."
Miss Eareckson. who is also the
author of two best-selling books.
"Joni" and "A Step Further," tells
of the great transformations that
have taken place in her life because
of her willingness to accept all of
the things that have happened to
^ A remarkably talented young
W woman. Miss Eareckson is an artist
of great merit, as well as an author,
actress, and singer. She has learned
to draw and paint with a brush held
in her mouth. Her works have been
displayed in major exhibitions, as
well as on a number of network
television programs. More recently,
her illustrations and paintings have
become the basis for a major line of
greeting cards, plaques, and fram
According to the Rev. Billy
Beaver, pastor of First Baptist
Church. "Reflections of His Love"
introduces the viewer to "the real
Joni Eareckson. We meet her
parents, her sisters, and her
friends. We gain insight into the
thoughts of the actors who played
major roles in the movie, JONI,
and 'we learn of her new personal
ministry, Joni and Friends."
Beaver added that "the determi
nation and the depth of trust and
faith that this young lady has
developed can serve as an inspira
tion to us all. Although she is a
quadriplegic, and does not have the
use of her legs or arms, we actually
witness her drive a van in this film.
It's much more than a great
physical and technical feat -- it's a
credit to her inner spirit."
Beaver has extended an open
invitation to the community at
large to attend this special screen
ing. There is no admission charge.
"We feel everyone who attends
will be touched by the remarkable
life and witness of Joni Eareckson.
It's really an unforgettable experi
ence." he concluded.
Knowing how to give first aid for
an illness or injury is an important
aspect of home safety.
Keep a first aid guide handy so
that you will know how to use home
I medical supplies safely and effec
If possible, arrange for first aid
training for the adults and older
children in your family. The
American Red Cross offers classes
in many communities; check your
A family medical chart can
provide vital information on each
family member that you. doctors
and paramedics may need in an
emergency, such as known allergies
' and vaccination dates. List im
portant emergency telephone num
bers as well, including your doctor,
emergency medical service or am
bulance service, and the nearest
Knowing the best route to the
nearest hospital can save critical
minutes when an ambulance or
paramedic team is not available
and you must drive yourself or a
I victim to the hospital.
Emergency medical identifi
cation such as a bracelet, necklace
or wallet card, could help to save
your life if you are unable to speak
because of unconsciousness or a
serious accident. This identifica
tion is especially important for
people who have conditions such as
' diabetes, epilepsy, glaucoma, or
hemophilia, or who have allergic
reactions to certain medications or
^ to insect stings.
An emergency medical I.D.
bracelet or necklace is generally
better than a card because it is
more visible. Ask your doctor,
hospital emergency room or local
medical association where they may
Meanwhile, you can make your
own emergency medical informa
tion cards for yourself and each
member of vour family. Include
name, address, telephone num
ber. relative's name and number,
doctor's name and number, vacci
nation dates, any serious medical
conditions, medication taken regu
larly. allergies and any other
Household furniture upholstered
by experts. Call Hoke Auto Co.
Autos reupholstered by experts.
Call Hoke Auto Co.. 875-5591.
LAWN MOWING: I can beat the
current price and do a better job.
Local references. Call 875-5943.
Call after 6 p.m.
AUTO REPAIR: MINOR & MA
JOR. ALL WORK GUARAN
TEED. CALL 875-8977. 51 P
LINGERIE AND LADIES
WEAR: Located on Airport Road,
8 a.m. til 6 p.m., Monday
S3 SB I
Big Yard Sale: Saturday, April 17,
616 N. Jackson St., 9 a.m. til 2
p.m. Furniture, clothes, dishes and
Saturday, April 17, Palmer Ave.,
next to Catholic Church. 8:00 a.m.
Heavy duty picnic tables, outdoor
cooker with gas bottle, antique
wash pot and stand. 5 1 C
9 a.m. til 3 p.m. Saturday, April
17, Pattersons MHP, turn beside
old Raeford Fairgrounds or Jaycee
Hut on 401 Business. 51C
Saturday, April 17, 8:30 a.m. until
? Bullocks Exxon on 401 South.
Saturday, April 17, 216 Roberts
St. Clothes, dishes, misc. 9:00 a.m.
until --. TFN
Q "TS '
One quarter horse, guilding, sor
rel, 10 years old, excellent pleasure
horse. $750.00. Call Warren Pate,
875-3379 (work) or 875-2429
<-heme). 51 -KT
The Hoke County Board of
Education is accepting bids on the
following roof replacements: Tur
lington, Main Building; Turling
ton, Library Building and Up
church, Shop Building. If in
terested please contact Mr. Joe
Soles at the Hoke County
Maintenance Shop 875-4263. TFC
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks for all the cards, foods and
floral offerings received during the
passing of our loved one. God
bless all of you. The family of
Minnie MacMillan. 51 P
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank everyone for their
prayers, visits, flowers, cards, calls
and all kindnesses shown to me
during my stay in the hospital and
at home. Willie Andrews. 51P
CARD OF THANKS
1 wish to thank everyone for their
visits, cards, flowers and many
kind deeds during my recent ill
ness. Your thoughtfulness will
always be remembered Katie Pot
ter. 51 P
All classified advertising must
be paid for in advance unless
you have an established ad
vertising account. Classified ad
rates are 10 cents per word with
h minimum of Si. SO. The
classified advertising deadline
Is 2 p.m. each Tuesday.
located Naxt To Davia' Kaah Mart
USED TIRES and up
Bowmore. N C
See Frank Davis
Ci REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: Residential lots, city
water and sewer, financial terms
can be arranged. Contact Younger
Snead, Jr. at Hoke Auto Co.
Phone 875-5591 between 7:30 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m. TFC
FOR RENT: Office Space with
Conference Room Privileges,
Warehouse Area. Pilot Equities,
Inc., 227 N. Main St., Raeford,
N.C. 875-4870. TFC
FOR SALE: Thomasfield area.
One acre wooded lots, public
water, financing available, no city
taxes. Pilot Equities, Inc.,
2 acres between Rockfish and
Arabia, septic tank and well,
reasonably priced. ALSO, Vi acre
lots ideal for home site or trailers
in South Hoke School area. Call
Manning and Associates, 875-8531
or 875-8308. TFC
FOR SALE: 2000 sq. ft. house.
Assumable loan. 875-5791 after 5
and on weekends. TFC
Government Foreclosure Homes
Available to Qualified Buyer: 3
BRs, 1 Vi baths, central heat and
cooling, carport. $34,500. 3 BRs,
1 Vi baths, central heat and cool
ing, carport. $36,000. Call Hubert
M. Moss for more information,
BEACH COTTAGE FOR
SEASON: Very, very reasonable,
three large rooms, huge screen
porch, Fayetteville, 1-485-3324.
FOR RENT: one bedroom, par
tially furnished apartment in town.
SI 30.00 call 875-5792 after 5 p.m.
FOR SAL.E: By Owner (Happy
Ridge Road) Beautiful Home Site
with 10 Rolling Acres. Natural
Pond Site in Back, Low down
payment -- Owner financing at
12%. Call day 704-283-2442; night
SELECT OFFICE SPACE IS
AVAILABLE FOR LEASE IN
THE RAEFORD POST OFFICE
BUILDING TO RESPONSIBLE
TENANTS. HEATING, AIR
AND JANITORIAL SERVICES
PROVIDED. THIS SPACE MAY
BE INSPECTED BY CONTACT
ING THE LOCAL POST
MASTER. TELEPHONE: 875
1980 Chevrolet Manza, $4500.00,
1978 Mercury Zepher Z7,
$3,750.00. Call 875-3251. TFC
4-wheel farm Wagon, twelve hun
dred bushel grain bin with blower.
Tel. Day 875-5132. night 875-2246.
1977 Olds Cutlass Supreme. Low
mileage, very good condition.
$3450. Phone 875-3278. TFC
1967 GMC long bed truck with
1972 motor and transmission.
$800.00. Call 875-8913 before 5:30
p.m. and 875-2504 after 6:00 p.m.
JACK S THRIFT SHOP
We buy and sell used b new furniture ap
pliances bedding odds h ends of value
We do woodwork and income ta? returns
If anyone knows of the where
abouts of a swarm, call
875-5681 any time
Specializing In All Types
Call For Free Estimate
On Any Construction
A & G
Archie Maxwell. President
TtftMITES? UU 944-2474
LOCALLY OWNED S OPERATED
Complete Pest Control Service Specialized in Residential
Commercial & Industrial Pest Control. Free Estimates
ABUDitN iXWUmiW CO.
Repossessed mobile home for sale.
$295.00 to $495 down. Conner
Mobile Homes of Raeford, phone
875-381 1. TFC
1980 14 x 70 mobile home, two
bedroom, island kitchen, total
electric, excellent condition, low
equity and assumable loan at 1 5 Vi
percent. Under pinning with
trailer. Call 875-4979 after 5:00
FOR RENT: Two bedroom mobile
home with washer and dryer. Cou
ple or with one child. 875-4568.
BONANZA MOBILE HOMES IS
HAVING A EASTER SALE ON
HWY. 41 IN LUMBERTON!!!
FREE 6 months lot rent, FREE
washer & dryer, FREE set up,
FREE steps, FREE blocks.
SINGLE W1DES: 14 wide 2 br., 1
bath, $10,300.00; 14 wide, 70 ft.
long, 3 Br, bath and Vi,
$13,500.00; 12 wide, 3 br., 1 bath,
$10,300.00; 12 wide, 2 br., 1 bath,
$9,995.00; 12 wide, 3 br, 1 Vi bath,
$11,500.00 PLUS ABOUT 30
MORE HOMES TO CHOOSE
FROM. DOUBLE W1DES: 24 x
60 shingle roof, masonite siding, 3
br, 2 bath, and den, $19,000.00; 8
DOUBLE W1DES TO CHOOSE
FROM. See us during our Easter
Sale on Hwy 41-Lumberton.
Hours: 9 a.m. til 7 p.m. Monday
Friday, 9 a.m. til 6 p.m. Saturday,
1-6 p.m. Sunday. For other infor
mation call 738-5900 or *738-5157,
Mike Smith. 49-5 1C
REPOSSESSIONS 2 & 3 bedroom
mobile homes. Low downpayment
and assume loan. Call Ken Garner
at Taylor Factory Outlet 488-7537.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE:
Stop in today and see why more
and more people are driving to Joe
Strickland's in Fayetteville for
their new home. We have the right
house at the right place for you.
We are your Mansion, Skyline,
Huntington and Vogue dealer.
JOE STRICKLAND REALTY
AND MOBILE HOME SALES.
Hwy 301-95 in Fayetteville, just Vx
mile S of Airport exit. Phone
425-8151, open Monday-Saturday,
9 a.m. til 6 p.m., closed Sundays.
Information on ALASKAN and
OVERSEAS employment. Ex
cellent income potential. Call (312)
741-9780 Extension 3323. 49-53C
Cook, part time, experience
preferred. Wagon Wheel
Restaurant, 875-5752. TFC
Someone to live in to take care of
elderly couple. Reference required.
Call 875-2488. 51 P
Repoir oil mokes of moior appliances
& plumbing repair.
Floyd McNeill 875-4733
AUTOMOTIVE & DIESEL REPAIR
Major & Minor Overhauls
Nixon's Auto Repair
875 4992 ANY TIME
NEW TIRES and RECAPPING
114 RACKET ALLEY
& STEWART STREET
The News-Journal makes
every effort to publish on
l> reliable ads. We urge
our readers to carefully
consider their investment
and if you have doubt re
garding the offer, to inves
Approx. 9' x 12' BRAIDED
RUGS - $59.95 - 100% WOOL
ORIENTAL RUGS - $299.95.
50^o OFF on Seconds. Over 10,000
Rugs. 919-576-3211, Troy, N.C.
Holley Econo Master Carb 350 &
300 Heads, Intake. $125.00. Call
after 5:00 p.m. 875-2835. TFC
Pool table in good condition.
$75.00. Call 875-4613. 51P
1977 Yamaha 400. Very good con
dition. $450.00. Call 875-4841. 51 P
B.F. Avery tractor with
cultivators, bottom plow & disc.
$1700.00.875-8706. 51 P
8 ft. truck shell. $75.00. 419 W.
Donaldson Ave. 5 1 P
Boys 10 speed bicycle, $75.00;
bookcase, $50.00; girl's bicycle,
$50.00; desk, $50.00; couch,
$50.00; table and 4 chairs, $50.00.
All in good shape. Call 875-2062.
Couch, chair and coffee table.
$175.00 or best offer. Call
875-4835 ask for Debbie. 5 1 P
Qlost & 1
DOG MISSING: Reward to
finder. Small terrior-type female,
7-8 years old, white with two
brown spots on her back, a mostly
brown head and some white on her
face, disappeared Sunday after
noon, from my yard at 1 10 Camp
bell Ave. She belongs to my son.
Lillian Culbreth. 50-5 IP
LOST : 6 month old, black & white
female Shitzu puppy in vicinity of
Oafcdale Gin. REWARD!! Please
contact Henry Maxwell if found,
HOMES & LAND
REAL ESTATE, INC.
(In Front of Burlington Mills)
Night 875-3562 875-2246
TIRE & RECAPPING
BUYS Junk & Salvaged Cars
PLUMBING & SUPPLY
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. -9 a m
or by appointment
OPEN DAILY 281-4243
Wringer Wosher ? 1 50.00; Stereo Cossette.
Rodio & Speokers ? 80 00. Bedroom Suite
-300 00, Electric Ronge - 100.00. Frost Free
Refrigerator - 200 00; Twin Bed Complete
?75.00 Hope Chest ? 50.00; Chest 1 2.00.
Dresser - 25.00 Window Screens ? 1 00
eoch. Air Conditioners - 75 to 150.00; Dry
Well Water Pump 50 00, Lown Mower
50.00. Carpets - 35.00; New Sofo - 200 00
China Cabinet - 300 00. New Dryer - 225 00.
Deep Freezer - 150 00. Odd Choirs ? 10 00
eoch Metal Dresser - 25.00; lamp 10 00,
Dishes, Clothes, Clocks, Radios. Tobies Book
Coses, Heoters, Toys, Books. Pictures, &
Tak? 211 N to Park* Rattaurant and turn latt
Go approximately 4 mitaa and watch for ?tgn on
SATURDAY, APRIL 17
Corner of Riverwood & 23rd St.
Complete contents of house including furniture, tools end
much more to be sold to highest bidder. Inspection one hour
prior to sale.
DeVane Realty & Auction
116 8. Main Raeford, N.C.
875-2B28 87S-2K2 night
DanM H. DmVmnm, Auction? r
Lie. No. ?2S