. RE-DISTRJCTING ... In think
ing about how the Federal at
teHimi ^h" PJVasJin8,on have been
A sTmifv h ?rth Carolina General
tv ffn? y y We mUSt SP,U COun"
of IE orderLJto elect members
, ? House and State
Federal1 *Pr '' l? me that ,he
reaeral Government in
Washington is taking on power
authority that belongs to the
county and the General Assembly
sJ*kVArUCIe X of ,he United
States Constitution, which reads
1 1 -,e P2wers not delegated to the
United States by the Constitution
nor prohibited by it to the States'
are reserved to the States resDec!
lively, or to the people " P
This 10th amendment appears to
j?f/hal ^-districting in the several
states should be strictly up to the
individual states, and the Federal
Government is far afield from
authority to meddle in a state's
authority to legislate county
districts for members of the
It appears that in some legal wav
we should be able to define
i districts for state senators and state
r?Pr,esentatives for our own state
of North Carolina. We again quote
from the U.S. Constitution: "The
powers not delegated to the United
States by the Constitution, nor
prohibited by it to the States, are
reserved to the State, respectively
or to the people."
NO GROWTH BUDGET ... We
observe in the Fayetteville
Observer that the 1982-83 propos
ed budget shows a "no growth"
1 was approved by the Cumberland
County Board of Health, after the
board eliminated an unfilled
sanitation position and cut re
quested funding for dental sup
The budget received a round of
applause from Virginia Thomp
son, board of health member and
chairman of the board of county
' are once again asking all county
departments to maintain a "no
Except in unusual cir
cumstances, we think the
Cumberland County Commis
sioners are on solid ground to halt
the run-away inflation.
We feel that Town Commis
sioners, County Commissioners,
the General Assemblies over the
nation and Congress should at
tempt in every way possible to hold
expenditures down this year
DR. MACDONALD ... Dr. Jef
fery MacDonald who was con
victed in Federal Court in Raleigh
m February 1970, of killing his
wife and two children, has been in
and out of court many times and
faces three life sentences.
DRINKING ... It seems that in
recent weeks and months we can
detect a stronger feeling for more
stringent laws on drinking, with so
many deaths and wrecks attributed
to over-drinking and continuing to
drive. We feel that such an
awakening has not come too soon
According to the Wall Street
Journal, "Half of the traffic
fatalities in the U.S. each year are
caused by alcohol-related crashes,
in which approximately 70 persons
are killed each day."
F. LEE BAILEY ... We have
been watching the newspapers in
recent days regarding the charge
against F. Lee Bailey, for driving
while intoxicated in San Fran
cisco, Calif. Bailey is probably the
most noted criminal lawyer since
the death of the late Clarence Dar
row, who died in 1938.
The jurors who heard nine days
of testimony, deliberated about
tVi hours before returning the ver
dict in which Bailey was found in
nocent of driving under the in
fluence of alcohol. But he was also
convicted of running a stop sign
Feb. 28 as he drove along a
fashionable Pacific Heights street.
EDDIE KNOX ... N.C. Citizens
who want Eddie Knox to be Gover
nor have organized a statewide
committee supporting the
Charlotte Mayor, who has filed
with the North Carolina state
board of elections. Knox has ex
pressed much interest in the 1984
gubernatorial campaign, but has
not yet announced. The Knox
committee office headquarters is at
407 East Boulevard in Charlotte.
BUYING ? SELLING * TRADING ? SERVICES
\j \ // n inn
JOB OPPORTUNITIES *
All classified advertising must
b? paid for In advance unless
you have an established ad
vertising account. Classified ad
rates are 10 cents per word with
a minimum of Si. SO. The
classified advertising deadline
is 2 p.m. each Tuesday.
Information on ALASKAN and
OVERSEAS employment. Ex
cellent income potential. Call (312)
741-9780 Extension 3323. 49-53C
$241.20 weekly (fully guaranteed)
working part or full time at home.
Weekly paychecks mailed directly
to you from Home Office every
Wednesday. Start immediately. No
experience necessary. National
company. Details and application
mailed. Send your name and ad
dress to: Bond Industries, Hiring
Dept. 77, Kendalia, Texas 78027.
A BEAUTIFUL WAY TO FEEL,
A BEAUTIFUL WAY TO
WORK! Sell Avon. Earn $$$, set
your own hours. Must be over 18.
Call collect 483-7071. 1C
Experienced Paint and Body repair
man. Apply at Beasley's Body
Shop, 401 Bypass. IP
Salesclerk needed at the Pope's
Store, Main St., Raeford, N.C.
Full time and part time, apply at
the store only. 1C
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.
1975 Dodge Colt, 2 dr., and 1965
Plymouth Fury III, 4 dr. Good
Cond. 875-3961. 1-2P
1977 Granada: 2 door, Red Sedan.
Excellent condition with AT, PS,
PB, AC, radio, new battery, small
302 V8. Call 875-8237 after 6 p.m.
in Raeford. 1-2P
/ EMPLOYMENT 1
\ I J WANTED I
Will do private duty nursing
anytime. Experience in skill nurs
ing. Call 875-5206. IP
Will do house cleaning. 5 days per
week . Call 875-5483 . 1 P
CARD OF THANKS
We .wish to express our heartfelt
appreciation for the many acts of
kindness, cards, food, visits and
floral offering received during the
passing of our loved one. May God
bless each and everyone one of
you. The Family of Angela Powell.
CARD OF THANKS
1 wish to thank all those who
remembered me with cards, visits,
flowers, and all acts of kindness
during my recent hospitalization.
May God bless all of you. Martha
(Continued from page 13)
I 04530, 1%7. 1 cassette, single
9 track. (SRL J/82 S10.95 Enrich
Hoke County Public Library, a
member of the Sandhill Regional
Library System, received the fol
lowing new books week ending -
April 9. They are available at the
Hoke County Public Library and
bookmobile in Raeford.
) May 3, WAYSIDE -- Cleva
Newton, Doris Lyle. Lois Wood
ring, Violet Turley. Louise Plum
met-. Nancy Mason, Nancy Dean,
Jean Thomas. Sarah Ozbirn, Vir
ginia McCall. Ruth Gairmont,
Kiniberly Ferrell. Claire Everette,
Neda Williams. Martha Lineberry.
May 5. PHILIPP1 & ROCK
FISH -- Clara Wood, Isabell
Bundy. Ruby Halstead. Kathy
Wright. Woody Ferrell. Terri
Wright. Linda Tatum. Kim
Wright. Kim Miller. Barbara Ann
Ward. Judy Wolf. Gladys Cum
mings. Roberta Turner. Nancy
Approx. 9' x 12' BRAIDED
RUGS - S59.95 - 100% WOOL
ORIENTAL RUGS - S299.95.
50% 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
BOAT FOR SALE: 17' Bonito
Tri, 115 Johnson, spare gas tank,
life jackets, etc., neverused in salt
water. Phone 875-3803 after 5
New Moped: Retail $400 plus. Will
sell for $300 firm. Call Terry
Houston, 875-4529. 52-1 P
Assorted used bricks for sale: 6
cents each or $5.00 per 100. In
terested call 87 5-5687 . 1 P
Upright Freezer, 18 cu. ft. Good
condition, $50.00. Call 875-3187
after 5:30 p.m. IP
Pre-fab fireplace with chimney kit.
$100.00. Call 3187 after 5:30 p.m.
Sears 7 Hp riding mower. Ex
cellent condition, $225.00. Call
875-3187 after 5:30 p.m. IP
Lawn Mowers: Dynamark riding
lawn mower and Briggs-Straten
push mower. Call 875-4739 after 5
<D as I
COMMUNITY WIDE YARD: Big
Star Truck Stop on 401 North,
10:00 a.m. until Saturday, May
3 FAMILY: Saturday, May 1, 7
a.m. til 3 p.m. Tuttles Exxon, Har
ris Ave. Will be held May 8 if rain.
513 Green St., Saturday, May 1,
9:30 a.m.< lots of glassware and
cheap clothes children's and
Saturday, May 1, 413 Dickson St.,
9:00 until--. IP
BIG, BIG YARD SALE: Satur
day, May 1 , 415 College Dr. IP
Saturday, May 1, 8:00 a.m. until
l'/i miles down Turnpike Rd.
Lots of ladies & children's clothes,
toys and bicycle. IP
Saturday, May 1, 9 a.m. til 12
noon, 907 E. Donaldson Ave.
Good children's clothes, other
household items. IP
2 FAMILY YARD SALE: Satur
day, May 1,9:00 a.m. 415 W. Pro
Two family, 727 Green St., Satur
day, May 1, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
EARLY BIRD SALE: 7-11 a.m.
April 30, Dundee Farms. Clothing,
shoes, spread, drapes, nic naks,
McNeill 'S appliance
Repair all makes of major applionces
& plumbing repair.
Floyd McNeill 875-4733
TIRE & RECAPPING
BUYS Junk & Salvaged Cars
Call 875 2079
Specializing In All Types
Call For Free Estimate
On Any Construction
A & G
Archie Maxwell. President
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 Rock fish 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 RENT: one bedroom, par
tially furnished apartment in town.
$130.00 call 875-5792 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 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
704-289-8127. 50- 1C
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 CONTAC
TING THE LOCAL
Household furniture upholstered
by experts. Call Hoke Auto Co.
Autos reupholstered by experts.
Call Hoke Auto Co., 875-5591.
LINGERIE AND LADIES
WEAR: Located on Airport Road,
8 a.m. til 6 p.m., Monday
JACK'S THRIFT SHOP
We buy and tall usad ft n? * furniture ap
phancas bidding odds ft and* of value
W? do woodwork and mcoma ta? raturns
If anyone knows of the where
abouts of a swarm, call
875-5681 any time
Located Next To Davis Kash Mart
RECAPPED TIRES $16,sa^es
USED TIRES W* and up
Bowmore, N C
See Frank Davis
We Have Repos For Sale
In Raeford &
Red Springs Area:
Call Collect (919) 485-41 11
P.O. Box 64849
Fayetteville, N.C. 28306
211 South Main St.
P.O. Box 783 Offlc* 919-875-3724
RMford, N.C. Horn* 91*475-3016
Repossessed mobile homes for
sale. S295.00 to $495 down. Con
ner 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 15'/2
percent. Under pinning with
trailer. Call 875-4979 after 5:00
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 Vi
mile ,S of Airport exit. Phone
425-8151, open Monday-Saturday,
9 a.m. til 6 p.m., closed Sundays.
NEW 2 bedroom mobile home
delivered and set up, only $6995.
No downpayment on your lot, and
low monthly payments. Call Ken
Garner at Taylor Homes Factory
Outlet. 488-7537. 52C
REPOSSESSIONS 2 & 3 bedroom
mobile homes, Low downpayment
and assume loan. Call Ken Garner
at Taylor Factory Outlet 488-7537.
Double-Wide Repo: 28 x 64, 3 BR,
2 bath, take up payments and save.
Walker Mobile Homes, Hwy. 74
West, Laurinburg, N.C. 276-0233.
FOR SALE: One 1966 2 bedroom
Marlette furnished mobile home.
One 1967 2 bedroom mobile home,
washer and dryer included.
$7000.00 for both, financing
available. Located at Airport
Mobile Village. Call 875-8225
before 7:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m.
NEW 14 wides total electric. 2 & 3
bedroom homes, from $8995.
Walker Mobile Homes, Hwy. 74
West, Laurinburg, N.C. 276-0233.
AUTOMOTIVE t DIESIl REPAIR
Major & Minor Overhauls
Nixon's Auto Repair
875-4992 - ANY TIME
NiCD HELP ON
We Use New Safe
Chemicals For Larvae.
CALL FOR DETAILS
Rt. 1, Boa 2S1A, Shannon, N.C.
Jimmy Clark - 875-6096
Richard McMIHan - 175-2483
The !>i?*Hft-Journal makes
e\ery effort to publish on
ly reliable ads. We urge
"ii r readers to carefully
consider their investment
and if you have doubt re
garding the offer, to inves
One quarter horse, guilding, sor
rel, 10 years old, excellent pleasure
horse. $750.00. Call Warren Pate,
875-3379 (work) or875-2429
FOR SALE: Jersey milk cow, giv
ing 3'/j gal. per day, has had 2
calves. Call 875-4942. 1 p
Missing in vicinity of Chance
Housing area, Davis Bridge, Rt. 2,
Raeford, N.C. Dog mixed breed,
Golden Retriever and Red Setter.
Reward offered. Call 875-8697. 1 P
HOMES & LAND
REAL ESTATE, INC.
(In Front ot Burlington Mills)
Night 875-3562 875-2246
PLUMBING I SUPPLY
Lie. #8433 P
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. -9 a.m.
or by appointment
NEW TIRES and RECAPPING
114 RACKET ALLEY
& STEWART STREET
OPEN DAILY 281-4243
SPECIAL MISSION SALE
Sat. a to I p.m. 281-4243
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110 00 A IIS 00 each Hard 4 SoM Bock Sooki 10 each
Mm 'k* ?!? S,0n<" 25 S '5 00
hrti twi . Woi,r>? WJS 00 Ooubl. i lw? iM
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117S00 Nc froit ?,(rMfolor S225 00 Cxky
1350 00 1 200 00 Dratwr
?t 1 Mod*' **"""? **"'"? usoc
each Window Screem % 1 00 oocn A ,e Ca?viit.Ma*?
lorr "J?** ?0 00 Do?o fr?t*r SI 50 00
Oannot S35 00 lorrwi 1*0 00 each M~_.
Stream Wood^HMt S??? ?,lhtl Curt0,?4 Cordi f?
Take 211 N to Parks Restaurant and turn left
Oo approximately 4 miles and wstch for smn on
TERMITES? CALL 944-2474
LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED
Complete Pest Control Service - Specialized in Residential
Commercial & Industrial Pest Control Free Estimates
ABERDEEN EXTERMINATING CO.
LADIES RETAIL READY-TO-WEAR
A REWARDING a EXCITING CAREER
IN SALES MANAGEMENT WITH. . .
?FULL COMPANY FRINGE BENEFITS
SEEKING A MANAGER WHO
? ENJOYS DIRECT PUBUC CONTACT
? IS RESPONSIBLE ? AGGRESSIVE
? CAN MOTIVATE SALES PERSONNEL
WE WILL CONTACT APPLICANTS
FOR CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW
Ms. Ftmicm Otlvtf
P.O. Box 22016*
ChaHottt, N.C. 2S222
AN EQUAL OFPORTUMITV EMPLOYER