Business/Industry Hodges Adds Ga. Account ?????? Jean Hodges, President of Hodges Associates, Inc. of Fay etteville has announced the acqui sition of another advertising ac count. Farmer Automatic of America, Inc. is a Georgia firm which distributes chicken cage systems and farm manure drying equip ment. The agency will be doing trade magazine advertising and collateral material production for Farmer Automatic. Hodges Associates is a full - service advertising, promotion and public relations agency with diverse regional, national and interna tional accounts. Autry Leaves Coop, Joins So. National . Jimmy M. Autry has been named Public Relations Officer for the Southern National Bank of North Carolina headquartered in Lumberton. The appointment became effective March 7th. Autry comes to Southern Na tional Bank from the Lumber River Electric Membership Cor poration in Red Springs. His duties will include public relations responsibilities for the Southern National Bank which serves 35 North Carolina communities from 78 locations. Autry is a 1977 graduate of Pembroke State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Com municative Arts-Journalism and has completed requirements for a mathematics degree from the same university. He was a member of the Alpha Chi honor society, a Scripps-Howard journalism scholar and a charter member of the PSU University Honors Pro gram. He now serves as Treasurer of the North Carolina Public Rela tions Society of America, is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, the Society of Professional Jour nalists, and was named an Outstanding Young Man of America in 1979. Autry is married to the former Judy Bruce of Lumberton and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Autry of Red Springs, North Carolina. Tobacco products, like any other leafy product, can dry out. According to research and development specialists at R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, cigarettes will stay fresher longer if they are stored in the refrigerator. FOR SALE 1949 GMC TRUCK EX-FIRE TRUCK, 15,600 Actual Miles No Bed ? Excellent Mechanical Condition. To Be Sold By Sealed Bid Bids Should Be Sent To Puppy Creek Volunteer Hre Department Rt. 2, Box 281-A1 Reeford, N.C. 28378 Phone 878-4760 Bids will be opened 21st March, 7:30 p.m., at P.C.F.D. Truck will be outside P.C.F.D. located at Intersection of SR-1413 b 1409 for public inspection. P.C.F.D. reserves the right to refuse any or all bids. UNITED WA Y: Bill Archer and Eleanor Gentry chat during a doughnut and coffee break at an organizational meeting of the Hoke Countv United Way. FRESH 3ROUN CHUCK U39 lb: WHOLE SIRLOIN TIPS WHOLE SMOKED PICNICS 76* LB. FAMUY PACK PORK CHOPS 5 LB. OH MORE I TENDER BEEF A CUBED STEAK 2 59 FULL CUT *1 ROUND STEAK 1 68 LB. FRESH PORK SPARE RIBS -"-fcllt 9 LB. N LESS "SLIgfP BEEF LIVER TENDER TURKEY WINGS 59? 39* TROP1CANA ORANGE JUICE 1/2 BALLON BLABB I49 PILLSBURY BUTTER MILK BISCUITS 890 4PK. COBLE ICE CREAM 1/2 BALLON CARTON 1" HI DRY TOILET TISSUE 890 4 RBLL PK. 1 F.M.A. SANDWICH BREAD 21 1/2 LB. LOAVES 990 WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY in 990 OREIDA BOiBEN CBMCKLES FRENCH FRIES 2 LB. BAB | 00 GREEN CABBAGE 12* 10-LB BAO ctmr . mi. *ac CARROTS a h? CELERY LB. 29* 29* GRADE - A - LARGE EGGS 650 DOZ. SHEDD'S MARGARINE QUARTERS 3 ONE POUND f AO BOXES FBB | SCANS TWIN PET DOG FOOD | oo PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH MARCH 19. 1983 JRCKSON'S FMA WCWHHtP. MffOtO. M. C. WE ACCEPT U.S.O.A. FOOO STAMPS WE RESERVE All QUANTITY RIGHTS Older Workers Are Better " ine value of the older worker should not be overlooked as a means to increase efficiency as we face shrinking budgets and increas ed emphasis on maximum produc ? tivity," said Bumest Graham, manager of the Laurin burg/Raeford office. This is the message of Employ the Older Worker Week in North Carolina, March 13-19. Graham explained that workers hired after age 43 generally reach higher performance ratings more quickly than their younger counterparts. They tend to have a more positive work attitude, greater job stability and lower absenteeism. Gov. James Hunt, Jr., pro claimed the observance of Employ the Older Worker Week as an an nual means of focusing public at tention on the importance of using this valuable employment resource. "When you realize that more than 1 .7 million North Carolinians are age 45 years old and older, you begin to see how important it is that we make good use of their ex perience and knowledge," said Jones Intercable Features USFL Jones Intercable of Raeford will present live coverage of 34 United States Football League games dur ing the league's inaugural season in 1983. The games will be shown on ESPN, cable channel 4, every Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. and every Monday night at 9 p.m. ESPN's agreement with the USFL represents the first time an American professional football league will be seen on cable. The 1983 season will be the first of a two-year exclusive national cable television agreement. WILKINS RETIRES - Dennis S. Wilkins has retired after 21 years continuous service from the Raeford Plant of Burlington In dustries, Inc. Wilkins came to work at the plant as a Maintenance Helper and worked his way up to Maintenance Technician MI in the Shop. Most recently, Wilkins has functioned as a Maintenance Analyst Planner. Ed Lefler Promoted At Collins & Aikman Ed Lefler has been promoted to dyehouse manager for Collins & Aikman's Cavel products. The announcement comes from Ghani Khanani.vice president of manufacturing, to whom he reports. A native of Albemarle, Lefler was graduated from NC State University with a BS in textile chemistry. He joined Collins & Aikman in 1971 from Burlington Industries. Since then he has held dyeing and finishing research and dyehouse management roles. Mrs. Lefler is the former Linda Peoples of Raeford. They have two sons and reside in Roxboro, NC. Debbie Farmer, older worker specialist. Job Service offices have par ticipated in Employ the Older Worker Week for more than 20 years as a part of a year-round em phasis on placement of older job seekers. Since 1967, congressional legislation has mandated equal op portunity and non-discrimination for people on the basis of age. "In spite of our continued ef forts to inform employers and the genera] public of the advantages of hiring older workers," Farmer said, "this group continues to have problems of unemployment. The emphasis our society places on youth seems to undermine our at tempts to show that employing older workers makes good business sense." "We urge employers to consider older workers when they are hir ing," Graham said. "At Job Ser vice, we will help match employer needs with applicant skills. 30 YEAR A WARD - Lorenze B. (Lonnie) Dove of Cheraw, South Carolina, has been recognized for a continuous service record of 30 years by the Raeford Plant of Burl ington Industries, Inc. Mr. Dove's entire career at Burlington has been in the Twisting Department. He began as a Twister Creeler and progressed to his present capacity as Doubting Technician. For the past 3 years, Mr. Dove has had perfect attendance although he drives 90 miles each day to work and back home. Jordan Re-elected To State Academy Dr. Riley Moore Jordan of Raeford has been re-elected to the North Carolina Academy of Fami ly Physicians. In order to become eligible for the honor. Dr. Jordan was required to complete 150 hours of con tinuing medical education (CME) during the past three years. He joined more than 270 of the state's nearly 1,000 practicing family physicians in achieving this edu cational goal. The primary thrust of the NCAFP, a constituent chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians, is continuing medical education. In addition to the 150 hours required for re-election to the NCAFP, members must accumu late 300 hours for ABFP Board re-certification. Family practice is the only medical speciality to require re-certification every six years. Family practice became a medi cal specialty February 8. 1969 with the inception of its residency training program. During the initial period of the specialty, (then) general practitioners were allowed to take a certification examiniation and become family physicians. Now, however, all must complete a three-year family prac tice residency training program. Family practice is the nation's largest medical specialty, com prising over 54,000 family physi cians. (A service of the North Carolina Academy of Family Physi cians). HILLCREST BAPTIST CHURCH 401 BC1SINE8S NORTH The Teaching Ministry Begins at 9:45 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. EVENING 7:00 p.m. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Wednesday ? 7:00 p.m. CHOIR Youth 6:00 p.m.; Adult ? 7:00 p.m. Monday Each Sunday Morning Qod'u Loot (Mmi You An Invitation To Fellowship And WoraMp. And Whan Ha /wit FXrmt You Da ? troy Youraalf. Plamma Shara Wtth Gods Paopla Him Qracat If You Have No Church Home, Visit With (1st Allow Jesus To Bsconw Lord In Your Heart In '83.

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