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    Poke Girl Wins In Raleigh Meet
Icesonnia Horslcy. 14, entered
the Junior Stricter Invitational Meet
Competitions and began the season
with four wins.
Raleigh and held at the NCSU
stadium on April 17.
Icesonnia placed first in the long
jump with a jump of 4.56 meters
second in the 100-meter dash with a
time of 13.3 seconds, second in the
400-meter dash with a time of 64.4
seconds, and ran second leg for the
youth relay which placed first.
She is an Eighth Grader and lives
with her parents at Rt. 3. Raeford.
?1 The meet was sponsored by the
Junior Strider Track Club of
Eagles Appeals Court Candidate
M
I Raleigh attorney Sidney S.
( Eagles, Jr., is a candidate for the
I North Carolina Court of Appeals
?eat being vacated by Judge Robert
^Martin.
A partner in the Raleigh law firm
of Eagles, Hafer and Hall, Eagles
was formerly counsel to the Speak
er of the House and earlier had
been a special deputy attorney
general under former Attorney
General Robert Morgan and At
torney General Rufus Edmisten.
Active in Democratic party, N.C.
Bar, church and civic activities, he
Kianaged Sen. Robert Morgan's
980 re-election campaign and was
active in former House Speaker
Carl Stewart's campaign for the
Democratic nomination for lieu
tenant governor.
A member of the American Bar
Association, N.C. State Bar, the
N.C. Bar Association, the North
Carolina Academy of Trial Law
yers, the Wake County Academy of
^Triminal Defense Attorneys, and
She Wake County Bar Association,
Eagles has been an adjunct pro
fessor at the Campbell University
School of Law and a lecturer at
numerous legal seminars sponsored
by the bar association and trial
lawyers groups. He has served as an
adjunct faculty member in Crimi
nal Justice at Duke University's
Institute of Policy Science.
While serving on the attorney
general's staff, from 1967 - 1971,
lEagles was revisor of statutes and
secretary to the North Carolina
General Statutes Commission.
Later he served as head of the
Attorney General's Legislative
Drafting Service (1970-74) and
thereafter (1974-76) lead the Spe
[ cial Prosecution's Division which
tried especially complex criminal
cases and otherwise assisted prose
cutors across North Carolina.
^ In addition, Eagles has been an
Active member and participant in
the work of the North Carolina
'Criminal Code Commission since
I its creation in 1969. The Com
mission, appointed by North Caro
: Una's Attorney General, is a crimi
nal law reform group which has
prepared revisions of criminal pro
cedure law adopted in 1975 and in
1977 by the North Carolina General
Assembly.
^ While on the attorney general's
Vtaff, he argued cases regularly
before the N.C. Court of Appeals
and the Supreme Court. He has
argued for the State in the 4th
Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in
Richmond and in the supreme
Court of the United States.
Bom in Asheville, Eagles, 42,
was reared and educated in Sara
toga Township in Wilson County.
He attended the public schools of
Prison County and Gordon Mili
tary College in Barnesville, Ga.
A graduate of Wake Forest
University in 1961 and the Wake
Forest University School of Law in
1964, Eagles then served for three
years active duty as a judge
advocate in the U.S. Air Force in
Goose Bay, Labrador, and Wash
ington, D.C. He currently serves in
the U.S. Air Force Reserve as a It.
colonel assigned to the Office of the
Aministrative Assistant to the
Secretary of the Air Force.
Eagles has served as a member of
the N.C. State Bar's Legislative
Committee, the N.C. Bar Associa
tion's Committee on Adminis
tration of Justice, the Committee
on Advanced Trial Techniques, the
Committee on Appellate Rules and
the Committer on Criminal Law
and Procedure. He now serves as
Treasurer of the Criminal Law
Section of the N.C. Bar Associa
tion. ?
He has been since 1969 one of
North Carolina's members of the
National Conference of Commis
sioner's on Uniform State Laws. He
is now vice chairman of the
national legislative committee of
the uniform laws conference and
has been a member of several
drafting committees including the
committee on the Uniform Extra
dition and Rendition Act, the
Committee on Review committee
acts and the Review committee on
the Uniform Rules of Criminal
procedure.
In 1975, he was selected a
member of the American Law
Institute.
Eagles has been active in the
work of his church, serving as
deacon, elder and in 1980 and 1981
as chairman of the Official Board
of Hillyer Memorial Christian
Church. He is a former member
and officer of the Raleigh Jaycees
and is now a member and com
mittee chairman of the Kiwanis
Club of Raleigh. He has been a
member of the Board of Wake
County Women's Aid, the Board of
the Wake County Chapter of the
N.C. Symphony Society, and the
Board of the Wake County Demo
cratic Men .
He has served the Democratic
Party as a precinct chairman and
vice chairman and as a member of
the Senatorial District Nominating
committee for the Wake - Harnett -
Lee County Senatorial District.
He lives with his wtfle, Rachel
Phillips Eagles, and their two
daughters, Virginia, 12 and Mar
garet, 8, at 5005 Glen Forest Drive
in Raleigh.
Eagles stated that he would work
to establish a campaign organi
zation in each of the state's judicial
districts.
He said, "I believe that service
on the second highest court of our
state would be a high honor and a
great opportunity for public ser
vice. My experience is varied. 1
have been an advocate in the
appellate courts including the
Supreme Court of the United
States. 1 have served as a special
prosecutor and as a defense lawyer
in the trial courts of our state.
"Additionally I have been a
draftsman and advocate before the
General Assembly and its legis
lative committees."
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Dundarrach, N.C.
COMPLETE INSECT CONTROL
FROM THE HOME TO THE FARM
? Federal Crop Insurance
Route 1 Box 251-A Shannon, N.C.
Phone 875-8912
Nights - Jimmy Clark 875-5098
Richard McMllian 875-2493
Sidney S. Eagles, Jr,
'This 1 7 years of experience
should help me in dealing with the
important issues coming before the
Court of Appeals."
People At
Burlington
Milton M. Cutnmings
Milton M. Cumniings joined the
management team at the Raeford
Plant on April 13 as a manufac
turing trainee.
He is a 1982 graduate of Elon
College where he received his B.A.
degree, majoring in history and
social science, minoring in public
administration. He served as
manager of the football team and
worked part time in the town office
in Gibsonville.
He enjoys working with youth
and is currently serving as coun
selor of the Youth Recreation
Program in his community.
Cummings is a native of Pem
broke and is commuting until
arrangements for suitable housing
can be arranged.
He is single and enjoys all
outdoor sports and reading.
4-H Club
A 4-H Club is in the process of
being organized in the Ashley
Heights Community.
An organizational meeting will
be held April 22 at 7 p.m. at the
Community Building in Ashley
Heights.
The club is open to all youth 9-19
regardless of sex. race, or national
origin. For further information
contact 875-2 1 <>2 between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. or 281-4524.
TIME FOR A CHANGE
Since leaving the H.C.S.D. in 1980 has did investigations for the
State Bureau of Investigation (S.B.I.)
Since leaving the H.C.S.D. in 1980 has did investigation for well
known established law firms in Cumberland, Durham, Hoke
and Moore County.
Is well known for my knowledge with law and getting the job
well done.
Hoke County Sheriff Dept. will be based upon Peace, Justice ft
Love For All Mankind.
Clear Minder, ft Alert At All Times, Honesty, Integrity And
Reedy To Serve.
Paid for by
McPhatter's Quick Stop and Gelbreth ft Son Contractor
The People Who Support
PETERKIN for SHERIFF
May I Have Your Vote? Thank You Very Much
NEW AGENTS -? Hoke County's two new Agricultural Extension Service
agents ?? Richard Melton, right, and Banks Wannamaker. left - examine
some of the first seedlings of this year's corn crop. Cold weather and high
winds have threatened the progress of this years crop.
Men's Softball
Hoke County Parks and Recreation Commission is sponsor
ing a Men's Softball league for all interested men ages 16-up. If
you are interested in either submitting a team in the league or
just playing yourself contact the Parks and Recreation office
5-5603. The season is set to start April 27 at Armory Park. The
deadline for paying your team's entry fee is Tuesday, April 20, 5
p.m., at the Parks and Recreation office.
T-ball To Start
All boys and girls interested in playing T-League baseball this
summer should meet at the J.W. Turlington School field on
Saturday, May 15 at the following times: 7 year olds at 1 p.m., 8
year olds at 2 p.m. and 9 year olds at 3 p.m.
To be eligible for T-ball all players must turn 7 before August
1, 1982, and must turn 10 on or after August 1, 1982. Birth cer
tificates are required if you did not play T-ball last summer and
must be checked at the time you register.
It's Cleanup
Time In N.C.
April 19-24 is the time to begin to
clean up. This period was set for all
of North Carolina to clean in front
of the house and a little further.
If you have taken a close look at
Hoke County roadsides recently
you know there is a real need to
clean up. Work as an individual
and as organized groups. Rockfish
4-H Club and Extension Home
makers already have plans for their
community. Can you not do the
same?
Look around your house. Do you
need to haul off trash, paint and do
other fix-up clean-up jobs?
Let's keep North Carolina
beautiful.
On Cover
Graham Niven of Raeford an
auto-racing photographer, is fea
tured on the cover of the May
edition of the magazine Stock Car
Racing.
The edition features the Daytona
500.
For The
Right Of Recall
To Purge An Office
OF INEFFICIENT
INCUMBENTS?
YESt!
VOTE
Wesley G. Miller
For
County Commissioner
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
Raeford Lions Club Annual
GOLF TOURNAMENT
May 1st & 2nd 1982 - Arabia Golf Club
PRIZES SPONSORED BY
Aberdeen Coca Cola Bottling Co. J's Pizza
Arabia Cash Hart
Auto Parts & Equipment Co.
Beasley's Body Shop
Country Fair Mobile Homes
DeVanes Realty & Auction
Dr. Larry Ballard
Dr. Donald Johnson
Farm Chemical
Gentry's Tire Center
Grocery Mart
Heritage Federal
Hoke Auto
Hoke Concrete Works
Home Food Market
House of Raeford Farms, Inc.
Howell Rexall Drag Co.
Ashley Heights Exxon
Avery Connell Agency
Brock's Florist
Calico Corner
Conoly's Exxon
Crumpler Funeral Home
Dan's Hair Design
Edinborough Restaurant
Enviro-Chem Exterminating Co.
Four-O-One Gulf Service
Gerald Wright Realtors
Gingham Edition
Graham Service Station
Hellig Meyers Furniture
Hoke Cotton Warehouse
Vardell Hedgpeth Ins. Co.
Wagon Wheel Restaurant
Webb's Tire Service
Jackson's FMA
J.H. Wright Realty Co.
Johnson Company
McLauchlin Hardware
McNair Cleaners
Medicine Shoppe
Open Arms Rest Home
Raeford Animal Clinic
Raeford Hardware Co.
Raeford Oil Company
Southern National Bank
Tarheel Turkey Hatchery
Tucker's Grocery
United Carolina Bank
Western Auto
Williams Lumber Co. & Sawmill
The News-Journal
W.S.H.B. Radio Station
Hoke Drug Company
Hoke Realty Company
Hollingsworth Florist
Manning and Associates
McDonald's Tire Recapping
Michael's of Raeford
Miller's Corner
Pickup Sanitation Service
Radio Shack - Aberdeen
Raeford Cleaners
Raeford Farm Supply
Raeford Kwlk Print
Raeford Lumber Company
Strother Land Surveying
Theresa's Dress Shop
T8tL Auto Parts
W.L. Poole Ins. Agency
ANYONE INTERESTED IN ENTERING THE TOURNAMENT CAN CALL
The Arabia Golf Club
875-3524
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