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Award winner
Brian C. Whitaker, son of Dr.
Shirley B. Whitaker of Greensboro
and grandson of Mrs. Katherine F.
Blue of Raeford, has been named
winner of the prestigious Instruc
tor Merit Award by the Profes
sional Association of Diving In
I structors. Recipients were chosen
among 8,500 active candidates and
were limited to the top nine sport
diving educators in the United
States and abroad for the spring
quarter 1983. Whitaker is a 1970
graduate of Hoke County High
School and Is a Master Instructor
with North east Scuba in Dan vers,
Massachusetts.
Hoke High Band
Plays At Disney
The Hoke High School band
spent four days last week as guest
performers at Disney World's
Magic Kingdom.
The band, which left last
Wednesday, May 11 and returned
to Raeford on Sunday, May IS,
had a wonderful time, one band
member said.
Everyone seemed to agree that
being chosen was an honor and
performing at Disney World was a
"thrill."
Patterson Finishes
Police Training
Clarence H. Patterson, of the
Raeford Police Department, com
pleted a 312-hour course of in
struction, May 13 on Basic Law
Enforcement Training at the North
Carolina Justice Academy at
Salemburg.
The Basic Law Enforcement
Training course is designed to im
part the knowledge and skills need
ed by a law enforcement officer.
The course contains topical areas
that range from the more cognitive
subject areas such as criminal law *
and arrest, and search and seizure,
to the psychomotor skills areas
such as firearms, driving and
defense tactics.
Luns ford Completes Basic Training
Airman Charles B. Lunsford,
son of C.W. and Joan G.
Lunsford of 407 W. Central Ave.,
Raeford, has completed Air Force
basic training at Lackland Air
Force Base, Texas.
The airman, who is remaining at
Lackland for specialized training
in the security police field, studied
the Air Force mission, organiza
tion and customs and received
special instruction in human rela
tions.
Completion of this training
earned the individual credits
toward an associate degree in ap
plied science through the Com
munity College of the Air Force.
Lunsford is a 1982 graduate of
Hoke County High School,
Raeford.
Visiting Washington
Members of the N.C. delegation of 4-Hers including Raeford 4- Her
Sharon K. McNeill (kneeling right) visited Washington recently and met
with U.S. Senator Jesse Helms.
Griffith Garners Campbell Merit Funds
Richard S. Griffith, Jr. of
Raeford has received a Merit
Scholarship from Campbell
University in the amount of
$3,600.00, to be awarded in the
amount of $900.00 per year. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S.
Griffith Sr.
During Richard's high school
years, he was involved in the
following activities: Member Soc
cer team, Tennis Team member
and National Honor Society
Member.
Campbell University is located
South of Raleigh, the capital of
North Carolina, in the picturesque
community of Buies Creek.
In addition to a full liberal arts
program, the University has a
School of Law and graduate pro
grams in Business, Education, and
Government.
Although a majority of the
academic programs are centered
on the main campus, Campbell of
fers programs of study at Fort
Bragg, Rocky Mount, and
Raleigh.
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(Continued from page 1A)
Developer for the state and Tom
Cornwell, Regional Industrial
Developer.
So let's make this a gala affair
and show support for the local
chamber. See you there.
The graduation section of The
News-Journal will be published on
Thursday, June 9. This has
become one of the special issues
for the paper and we want to make
sure that everyone that wants an
advertisement in this issue will
make the deadline.
The deadline for ads in the issue
will be Wednesday, June 1. If you
haven't been contacted, please call
the office, 875-2121 and Ann
Webb will get in touch with you.
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Last week I read with interest
the school board meeting and the
item about an ROTC unit for the
Hoke County High School. Being
a veteran and an old National
Guardsman for many years, that
was good news to me.
Since that time many people
have mentioned the item to me and
everyone was in agreement that it
would be a good thing.
We think that the unit would
start teaching discipline once
again. It seems that this is one
thing that has become lax, rot only
in the schools, but in the every day
walks of life.
Of course, no one at this time
knows what the costs would be,
but if discipline could be taught, it
would be worth the price.
We feel that the school board
would get the unit if they thought
the people of the county were will
ing to pay for it, so let your feel
ings be known now.
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Mrs. R.E. Neeley let me read an
article published on Friday, April
15 in the Durham Sun. It was
about Mr. and Mrs. Fred Culbreth
who lived in Raeford for many
years and now make their home in
Durham.
The article was written by
Allison Adams and was mostly an
interview with the Culbreths' son,
Fred Jr. As most of you know
Mrs. Culberth has Alzheimer's
disease and Mr. Culbreth is
stricken with multi-infarct demen
tia.
Fred Jr. relates the problems he
and his sisters, Connie and
Carolyn, have had with the
sickness of their parents and how
they have, at the time, solved these
problems.
It is an interesting article and I
know Mrs. Neeley would be glad
for anyone interested to read it.
The problem is something that
would happen in one way or
another to all of us. We commend
the Culbreths family for their
togetherness and close family ties.
Fire brigade
A. Zitzman, Corporate Vice President Manufacturing, presented jackets
to members of the company's Fire Brigade in recognition of their dedica
tion and service to the company. These employees have been through ex
tensive training and are capable of handling any emergencies. Pictured
from left to right: First Row: Wayne Branch, John Mcintosh, James Holl
mond, Second Row: Doug Lunsford, Robert Leach, Third Row: Philip
Sheets, Frank Hollendorfer, Murphy McRae and James Smith.
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