Business/Industry GRAND OPCSISG: \ta\or Pn>tem Liruham Ctar* (center) assists m the /? aeford- Hoke I Vktge. Helpmz Mr. Clark is Bettv Pitman (left) store ribbon cutting ceremony oj the <or nj tyvntft* of the Cato 's store in the manager. On Friday. February 18. Dennis Brewster. Unit Manager of the Hoke Unit of Sandhills Center for Mental Health. Mental Retarda tion, and Substance Abuse Ser vices, worked his last day for the center. He resigned on January ?!. ef fective February 18 to take up new duties and responsibilities with the Tideland Mental Health Center in Washington. North Carolina. Brewster first worked in the Hoke Unit as the units Substance \buv? Counselor . However, in August. 1?*80. when the unit manager resigned to enter I \C-Chapel Hill for additional study. Brewster was appointed manager . On Monday. February 21. Mr. Paul McDonald. ACSW, took up the responsibilities of the Hoke I nit Manager. McDonald is not rie* to Sand hills Center or the Hoke unit. Pick-Up Saitrtotiofl Service 401 North By-Pass ROLL-OFF CONTAINERS DUMPSTIR CONTAINERS Commercial - Industrial ?Rentals ? Sales Free Estimates On Container Repair roquip HYDRAULIC HOSE MADE TO ORDER WHILE YOU WAIT ?Diesel Mechanic On Duty ? Many Diesel Truck Parts In Stock fCff AMHUCA jjAUTWUI. ^ Clyde Leach RACFORD | I nmUmui OS-6477 | | 483-7526 Dennis Brewster Retires From Mental Health Post His immediate past position at the center was that of Coordinator of Consultation. Education, and Prevention, a position he ha- held for the past three \ear>. Be t ore that he has held positions within the center as Hoke. Moore, and Montgomery Cnit manager and involved in the work of open ing the first offices of the Hoke unit. Before coming to Sandhills Center. Mr. McDonald held posi tions in other mental health facilities as area director of the Davidson County Mental Health Center. Associate Director of the Scotland Count v Mental Health Clinic, and Chief Social Worker with the North Western Unit of John L instead Hospital in Butner. N.C. He has also taught courses at St. Andrews College and Sandhills Community College. Mr. McDonald, his wife Carolyn, and two sons Samuel and Paul reside in Southern Pines. He is a native of Pinehurst and holds degrees from Guilford Col lege and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. ? ? ? To get the most for the money, it is good to know the difference between a "special purchase" and a "mark down." The first is usually merehandise bought by the store trom a manufacturer at a low price tor a special sale. A markdown is a lower price on merchandise that has been in the store all season. Enviro-Chem Co EXTERMINATORS Household Pest Control 120 W EDINBOROUGH AVE Jim Conoly OFFICE 875-8146 RAEFORD N C EXTERMINATOR HOME 864 2314 NEED MONEY TO PAY SOME BILLS? rnircinFD a BILL CONSOLIDATION LOAN. A Bill Consolidation Loan could allow you to borrow enough money to pay off all your bills, plus . . . ^ It could exit your monthly payments by as much as 1 /3 to 1 '2 ot what you re presently paying out As a result, you could retain more of your monthly ncome tor other family needs One convenient monthly payment at one place mslead of many Call on us today Scifeuicui PINANCEmS PMpk wx) money 9?r togmitm m N. RMn . nmm loid VHH1 UCB Adds 24-hour Teller March 16 R.L. Conoly. city executive of United Carolina Bank. Raeford. has announced the addition of a dc* ?*uch24" automatic teller machine which will be available for public use on March 16 at the bank's main office. The new service will offer customers the convenience of be ing able to make deposits, transfers, payments, and cash withdrawals 24 hours a day. Mr. Conoly stated that the machine should be a real asset to all of the bank's customers and especially to the shift employees who work in the local industries. The service, which is die first 24-hour banking seruct in fetote County, will be introduced: witifa a ribbon-cutting ceremony an MucF 16. Demonstrations of die machine will be offered through. Mtodk 25 at the Raeford office at 207* fft. Main Street. UCB is North Carottoa^ seventh largest banking organiza tion serving 49 NC communities with assets of more than SB2 million. The bank presently tafif ucb24 machines at 2t locations within the banking system. Heritage Federal Has Record Y ear savers at Men t age federal Sav ings and Loan Association earned a record S24.688.306 in interest in 1982. and our profits amounted to SI. 540.930 for the year." Fred A. Parker, President reported at the annual meeting of Heritage held in Monroe. "This past year was an especially important one in which Heritage Federal successfully met many challenges and began a major transition into the type financial institution that will be able to serve the consumers total financial needs. Despite new types of competition and continuing volatility in the national economy we were able to begin restructuring our assets to more nearly align with our liabili ties." Parker said. As a part of Heritage's expansion and transition goal, mergers were completed during the year in Raeford. High Point, and Madi son. bringing the total number of offices to 17 located in 10 different counties. With assets of S 288.5 18.489 Heritage is the states 8th largest savings and loan. Shareholders re-elected Raeford resident Sam C. Morris to the main board of Heritage for three years. Re-appointed to the Raeford local board were: Randall Ash burn. Fred M. Culbreth. Graham A. Monroe. Richard Neeley. Davis K. Parker Jr.. Younger F. Snead. Jr.., Wyatt G. Upchurch. and Bt Palmer Willcox. Officers re-elected were: Frank lin Teal. Vice President and: Helen Monroe. Assistant Secretary. Ted! serves as local branch manager. Debbv Adams was promoted; to Senior Customer Service Represen tative. Joins Burlington - Teddy Chung, recently joined the .Wenswear Dye ing Plant of Buriington industries as Department Manager of Dye Processing. A graduate of Princeton University and Harvard University he joined Buriington 1980; he has served in several capacities on both the Corporate Staff and in the \ienswear Divi sion Staff prior to joining the Dye ing Plant. He is single and plans to reside in Southern Pines. WHAT HAS NERVES OF STEEL, DAY AND GIVES YOU FAST SERVICE? ucb24 UNITED CAROLINA BANK Nntaftlk . J Two different short forms this year. H&R Block can uncomplicate them for you. Two dffMM short form* and HiR BLOCK THEMCOMETAXPEOKE Central Avenue Open 9 AM - 6 PM Weekday*. 9-3 Sat Phone 875-5530 APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE Iktl

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