Community Services Block Grant
Hoke Gets #281,603
Community Services Block
Grants totaling S281.603 were
made recently to the community
action agency serving Hoke
County, according to Joseph W.
Grimsley, secretary of the State
Department of Natural Resources
and Community Development.
Grimsley said the grant was
made to Four-County Community
Services, Inc. to help poor people in
areas such as employment, educa
tion, better use of available income,
housing, emergency assistance and
Grimsley said that North Caro
lina has been allotted $9.3 million
for the 1981-82 fiscal year by the
federal Department of Health and
Human Services. "This is a reduc
tion of over 12 percent from the
previous year's allotment," he
added. Grimsley also stated that if
President Reagan's proposed
budget is enacted by Congress,
Community Services Block Grants
to the state will be reduced by an
additional 70 percent in 1983, for a
total of only S2.7 million.
Grimsley said that individuals
The following Hoke County
magistrates' judgments were i^ued
Lawrence Edward Smith, Rt. 1,
Box 350, Shannon, inadequate
breaks, and failing to stop at a stop
Howard Russell Sinclair, Rt. 3,
Box 195 DD, Red Springs, speed
ing 70 in a 55 zone, $10 and costs.
Yvonne Parter, Box 693, Rae
ford, worthless check, S10 restitu
tion to Coles Food Store, and costs.
Calvin Vincent Cornelius, Box
121, Cameron, worthless check,
$32.43 restitution to B.C. Moore's,
( and costs.
Ronnie Jean Jones, Fayetteville,
unsafe move, costs.
William Michael Frazee, Fay
etteville, expired inspection certifi
Richard Fergusion, 706 Saun
ders St.. Raeford, following too
close to avoid a collision, costs.
Richard Aaron Ferrell, 1908
Autry St., Raeford, unsafe move
ment (backing), costs.
Dennis Jerome McGregor, Rt. 3,
^ Box 332, Raeford, no operator's
license, $25 and costs.
Nigel Baldwin, Alpine MHP,
Raeford, worthless check, $20 res
titution to Hoke Medical Service,
Linda Birch. Rt. 3. Box 107,
Raeford, worthless check, $27.30
restitution to Economy Food Cen
ter and costs.
Vonnie Bullard, Box 463, Wa
I gram , worthless check . costs (check
Clarence E. Fairley, Rt. 3, Box
280. Raeford. worthless check. $10
restitution to Grocery Mart, and
Thaddeus E. Jones, Rt. 1, Box
822, Raeford. worthless chcek,
$159 restitution to Robert Blue,
Audrey E. McRae, Rt. 3, Box
19-B. Raeford. worthless check. $5
| restitution to Joe Huffman, and
E-4 Ronald Joe Newsome. Rt. 4.
Raeford. failing to stop at a stop
E-4 James Cary McLemore. Jr.,
Ft. Bragg, speeding 70 in a 55
zone, $10 and costs.
Ron Mark McDutTie. 108 Cov
ington St.. Raeford. exceeding a
safe speed, costs; speeding 50 in a
I 35 zone, voluntary dismissal by the
Thomas Oneal Ham. 602 Forest
St.. Raeford. speeding 65 in a 55
zone. $5 and costs.
Shelby Thompson Jenkins. 1515
Moore St., Raeford, speeding 50 in
a 35 zone. $10 and costs
Robert Thomas Goodwin, Box
14, Pine St.. Laurel Hill, expired
inspection certificate, costs.
Sally Ann Cratch, Box 43,
r Maxton. speeding 68 in a 55 zone.
$10 and costs.
Feddie Dial. Rt. 1 , Box 646, Red
Springs, no operator's license, $25
Kenneth Ray Bryant, Box 155,
Red Springs, no operator's license,
failing to comply with motorcycle
With renT nt> ^ t0 comply
headliohf^ lrement ?<> have working
costs! ?n motorcyc|e. 525 and
Lacy Brooks, Box 87 Rt i
Mildred S. McLean, Rt 2
Cash Mart? a^'S" *? Ar8bU
J*?! & iSJi^SSST
Wrest, tut, on to Macks Stores and
CKtish Road, Raeford, S22 98
costs"110" l? Raeford 0il co.. and
Dr^lleRaef^aHterSOn' 804 Carol'na
$272 OW, ; worthlc" check.
/2.03 restitution to C.T Holmec
Fayetteville, and costs m"'
319DnRa?f ^e,Ty' Rt" 3- Box
' ?ae,ord. worthless check
,,5!2thfnie' Watki.ns, Rt. 1. Box
check $24^ w?rthless
c ? . l restItution to Wy
man Faircloth, and costs.
Gary o. Gibson. Raeford
Raeford V|h??k ' 5125 resti,"tion to
Kaeford Hardware, and costs.
Dorothy J. Lamb. Box 513
Raeford, worthless checks $20
restitution to Gailon Leak. $20
restitution to Grocery Mart $20
restitution to McMillan Grocery
and costs. ??u?.cry,
brea^S Rt 2' Raeford.
breaking and entering, and lar
ceny, voluntary dismissal bv the
ttfvSHpf,0H Cye witness can't "iden
tify defendant as perpetrator.
Joe Wayne Staton, Fayetteville
nonsupport, voluntary dism si by
RaeS Fcil?yinf L^e^d
weapon, voluntary dismissal by the
prosecutor; insufficient evidence
and larceny of a firearm, voluntary
dismissal by the prosecutor; re
^U?ri Prosecuting witness.
I?iJp?m F'etcher Cunningham.
1215 Fuller St.. Raeford, injury to
ProPerty- voluntary dis
missal by the prosecutor; request of
prosecuting witness, restitution
i .ZeJ^Clark- Lot 6. Shamrock
s e MHP, Rt. 2, Raeford. nonsup
port. voluntary dismissal by the
prosecutor; request of prosecuting
ciied"5' 3nd husband recon?
Magdaline Andrews. West Sixth
Avenue. Raeford. assault by point
ing a gun. voluntary dismissal by
he prosecutor; request of prosecut
Will Collier. Jr.. Columbus Ga
no operator's license. $25 and
James Blue. Ri. 2. Box 18
care crostsXP,rCd inSpeCtion certif,:
Hailey' Rt" ??
ox 25b, Shannon, speeding 66 in a
55 zone. $10 and costs.
James Henry Gay. Red Springs,
expired inspection certificate costs.
Property Sale April 15
The Fort Bragg Defense Property
Disposal Office has scheduled a
local spot bid sale for April 15 at
building 8 T-3015 on Macomb St.,
on post . Bidder registration begins
at 8 a.m. with the sale starting at 9
Included in the sale are office
machines, household and office
furnishings, clothing, vehicles,
restaurant equipment, televisions,
electronic and recreational equip
ment. and many other items.
Items offered for sale may be
inspected at building 8-2714 Scott
St . . near the rear of Bow ling Center
Hours of inspection are 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. daily.
Methods of payment include
cash, personal, business or cashier
check, money order, or certified
For additional information, call
the sales section at 9l9-3%-5222.
WESLEY G. MILLER
SERVING YOU IS TO BE
MY MAIN OBJECTIVE.
who fall below the poverty guide
lines as established by the federal
Office of Management and Budget
;ire eligible to receive services from
the agency. "Persons in Hoke
County who are interested in these
services should contact the agency
for more information." added
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