Thieves Get TV Set,
? Video Game Money
The following was reported this
week to the Hoke County Sheriffs
Someone broke into the home of
Ronnie and Pat Gorton on Rt. 2,
Raeford, Sunday and stole a $900
color television set.
Raeford Police Chief Leonard
Wiggins reported his department
received the following complaints.
Someone kicked open the door
of Conward Cobb's apartment in
the Page and Trust Building Satur
day. Nothing was reported miss
Someone broke into Elizabeth
Collins's 1977 Ford Pinto Satur
day and stole a pocketbook. The
value of the pocketbook and its
contents total $178. The car was
parked at the home of Patricia
Ann Posteil, 104 N. Fulton St., at
Macks Stores reported Sunday a
juvenile shoplifter took four toy
vehicles valued at a total $6.92.
The juvenile was picked up, the
toys recovered, and the case turned
over to the juvenile authorities.
Someone broke into the video
machine at The Pantry on Harris
Avenue Thursday and stole $52.25
Two Complete Service Records
Two employees in the Industrial
Engineering Department of the
| Raeford Plant, Burlington In
dustries, recently completed con
tinuous service records of merit.
Gertrude Williford, Clerk III,
received a 30-year diamond pen
and certificate and a pen-and
pencil set. She began work at the
local plant as a spinner and was
promoted into the I.E. Depart
ment in 1976.
Bonnie Young, industrial
| engineer, received a 25-year dia
mond pen and certificate and a
bracelet. She began work as a
mender and was promoted into the
I.E. Department in 1961.
Southern National Corporation
announced that its net operating
income (before securities trans
actions) amounted to SI, 643, 000
for the quarter ended March 31,
. 1982, compared to $1,369,000 for
Fthe first quarter of 1981.
On a per-share basis, this
amounted to $.96 in 1982, com
pared to $.80 in 1981.
During the first quarter of 1982,
the company continued its pre
viously announced program of
restructuring various portions of its
investment portfolio. This action
resulted in an after - tax loss of
$345,273 on the sale of securities.
The increase yields from the newly
) acquired replacement securities
will enable the Company to recover
this loss and also improve future
Ground for the new sanc
tuary of First Baptist Church of
. Raeford will be broken in a
' ceremony Sunday following
the regular morning worship
Participants will include the
pastor, the Rev. Billy Beaver;
Glenn Langdon, chairman of
the church's Board of Deacons;
and Ashwell Harward, chair
man of the Building commit
The new sanctuary will seat
some 437 people and is ex
I pected to be ready for use by
The present sanctuary was
built about 1946 and seats
about 250 people.
Bonnie Young with I.E. Department manager, Terry Houston.
Gertrude Williford with supervisor, Dan Morelli.
318 Harris Ave.
(formerly McCormicks Grocery)
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7 A.M. - 8 P.M. Sunday
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