SUPPER Y H'HEN WET: Once again this week Hoke County *vs covered in water leaving streets slipperv and puddles everywhere. Former Gov. Sanford To Speak Former Governor Terry San ford will be the keynote speaker at the third annual Eagle Scout recogni tion banquet to be held Friday evening. Match 4, at the Wilm ington Hilton. San ford, now President of Duke University, will address the Cape Fear Council's 1?*82 Eagle Scouts, their sponsors and parents as a pan of the recognition program honoring the young men for their accomplishments. The Eagle Banquet chairman is the Right Reverend Hunley A. Ekbash, Bishop of the Diocese of East Carolina headquartered in Wilmington. Elebash, an Eagle Scout himself, has organized an evening of recognition and fellowship, which will culminate a day of job exploration for the Scouts. The Eagles have business leaders who have sponsored them as a part of the program. The sponsors have been matched with the boys accor ding to their particular career in terest and have scheduled time to show the boys an overview of their career. The 1982 Eagle Class was named in honor of Mr. D.M. Calhoun, long-time Scouter from Elizabethtown. Mr. Calhoun is the retired Superintendent of Educa tion for Bladen County. Dieters often need to establish new meal patterns. Many overweight people skip breakfast, eat very lightly at lunch, start snacking in the midafternoon and end up eating over 75 percent of their daily food from 4 p.m. on. It is better to avoid eating a large amount at any one time. ATUCBJHERE ARETNWDWAyS TO EARN MOCY MARKET RATES ON FUNDS. ONE IS "SUPER" THE OTHER IS "SJvUJU."! UCB SUPER CHECKING. Sl'PER CHECKING gives you the convenience of unlimited check writing, with a minimum balance of just $2,500. Your funds are always readily acces sible. and you'll earn interest at com petitive money market rates! 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Raeford-area Store ( Robbed At Gunpoint i wo men armed with a rifle held up a Raeford area convenience store Friday night, Hoke County authorities said. Grover C. Lytle, Jr., Dixie One Stop clerk told sherifTs officers that he saw a black male with a .22 caliber rifle standing at the corner of the Highway 21 1 South store. The man approached and shouted "this is a hold up". Lytle said. According to the sherifTs report Lytle was then forced back into the store accompanied by two black men and forced at gun point, by one of the men, to lie on the floor face down, while the other remov ed the contents from the cash register. The clerk's wallet and glasses were also removed by one of the men, the report stated. In his statement to the sheriff. Lytle also said that the two men fled the store after removing the money. "There was an undisclosed amount of money stolen from the store," Sheriff Dave Barrington said. The investigation into the rob bery b still open, according to the sheriffs report. In an unrelated natter, county residents have been ptagued by several cases of breaking, entering and larceny over the past two weeks, according to the sheriffs report. On February 13. Mr. and Mrs Bill Bullard of near Aberdeen reported that their front door had been pried open with a metal ob ject while they were at church. Apparently someone gained en try into their house by prying the door open and took several items valued at over SI .000. the sheriffs report showed. In Raeford, Feb. 19. Fred Bur ton Harris reported that someone had stolen some tractor tires and rims from his shed and carried them away. The alleged larceny caused damage of over Si 00. Also in another unrelated break ing. entering, and larceny case. Clyde Campbell of Rt. 1. Raeford reported that someone went through a back window of his residence and took several item* including watches, rings and guns totaling ow 5600. MilOB Junior Kemp of Raeford reported that someone lad broken into his twee on 712 Silver Street by using a crowbar and boltcutters on the lock to gain entry. The sheriffs report showed that several items were stolen and valued at over 5300. StiU another Hoke County resi dent fell victim to a breaking, entering and larceny on February 24. Cathy McNeill of Red Springs reported to the sheriffs depart ment that someone had kicked her front door in and gamed entry into her residence. Missing from her home were several items valued at around 5300. In an unrelated incident, Lisa Kilbourne of Raeford reported that someone shot out the headlight of her 1961 Toyota sometime during the hours she was at work on Feb. 22. As of press time, investigations are under way in all these cases, ac cording to the sheriffs report. Maxton Man Found Guilty For Marijuana Charges A Maxton man was found guilty in Superior Court last week on numerous counts of possession of marijuana with intent to sell and the sale or delivery of marijuana. Wallace Jacobs, of Maxton. was given a two-year suspended sentence on all charges. His suspension is for three years with a three-year supervised probation period. In other superior court action Ronnie Lowery of Rt. 3, Raeford was found guilty of a probation violation. The judge revoked Lowery's probation and he was given a sentence of no more than six months and no less than six months in North Carolina Depart ment of Correction. The judge also fined Lowery $120. In other action: -Cheryl Ann Stewart of 5312 Kirkland Place, Raeford was found guilty of breaking, entering and larceny and given a suspended three year sentence with supervised parole for that three year period. She was also instructed by the judge to pay S200 and cost. -Billy Ray Coilins of McCain was found guilty of felonious escape. Collins escaped from the Sandhills Youth Center. The judge sentenced Collins to one year in the N.C. Department of Correction. The sentence is to begin at the ex piration of the sentence Collins is now serving. -David Glen Perry of Fayette ville was found guilty of breaking, entering and larceny. The judge sentenced Perry to no kss than 12 months and no more than two years in the Hoke County jail. The defendant gave notice of appeal. -James Edmond Williams of Red Springs was found guilty of possession of stolen goods. WilKams was given a three years suspended sentence by the judge with a three year supervised proba tion. ? ' William James McLean of Rt. I . Raeford was found guilty of car rying a concealed weapon and was sentenced to 12 months in the Hoke County jail by the judge. McLean was also found guilty of possession of a weapon of "mass destruction" in the form of a 12 gauge sa^ed off shotgun. -Charles David McDuage of Raeford was found guilty of breaking, entering and larceny and possession of stolen goods. The judge sentenced McDuage to five years in the N.C. Department of Correct km. Roekfish News The Youth Group and Young Adults at Tabernacle Baptist Church returned from a trip to Ridgecrest Sunday night. They reported a great trip. Mission Study was taught Sun day night by Ronald Loftis at Tabernacle Baptist Church. There was good attendance. Tabernacle Baptist Church will be observing Youth Week beginn ing March 13th through March 20th. Mrs. Alice Allen spent last week with her daughters, Mrs. Keith Stika and Mr. Stika and Mrs. San dra Allen in Charleston. South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Durham of Hillsboro spent the weekend with Mrs. Durham's mother, Mrs. Marie Fowler. j ROOTS AND ROOTS SHAMPOO THi shampoo for DAMAGED HAM ALSO THY B.J. ROOTS PRESSING OIL Howtfl Drug Main St. Raefocd. N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gibson. Jr. of Jacksonville. Florida were over night guests of Mrs. Marie Fooler and daughter. Cathy. Thursday night. They were <n route to Rich mond, Virginia to visit Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gibson. Sr. A group of "Submariners" held their annual golf tournament in Southern Pines the past week. It began Sunday. February 20th and concluded Friday. February 25th. There were members from New York. New Jersey. Maryland and Washington. D.C. To conclude the tournament there was a banquet and social hour at the Elks Lodge in Southern Pines Friday e>ening. The winners were announced at that time and trophies will be awarded at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Star Sessoms at tended the banquet. Mr. Sessoms is North Carolina State Chairman of the "Submariners" and special recognition was given to him for the work he has done in organizing the North Carolina Slate Chapter of the "Submariners". He is still appealing to anyone who is eligible to become members. Anyone having served in or was attached to the Submarine Corps between December 7, I "Ml and October 30, 1949 qualify for membership. Please call 875-2659. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reynolds spent the past weekend at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The WMU of Pittman Grove Baptist Church hav? begun work on items for their annual Christmas Bazaar. The workshop is every Monday evening beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the church. Ladies plan to attend. Mrs. Elizabeth Pittman and Mrs. Nita Quick were overnight guests of Mrs. Ruby Cox of St. Pauls Wednesday night of last week. Mrs. Jessie Livingston of Arabia visited Mr. and Mrs. David Gib son. Mrs. Marie Fowler and Cathy. Saturday afternoon. T & L AIT# MKTS ItS CAMPUS AVE. - RAEFOMO. N.C. num NEW STORE HOURS MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY MO to MO M0to340 VOLT CRANK son * MOO 72 12 BOB 38.34 Exchange 53.97 Exchangt TRACTOR BATTERIES VOLT M 3* 21.71 Exchange

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