The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, January 03, 1981, Image 4
Tocnage Pageant iDANVJLLE, VA. .1981 will mark the ninth anniversary of the annual -Miss Black Teenage World Pageant. Ron Charity, founder and pro ducer, has announced that "plans are in the works for the biggest and best pageant production in our history. Our pageant theme, 'Moving' On Up', will serve as focal point for many exciting pageant events." The Miss Black Teenage World Pageant is registered with the U.S. Patent Office and is open to young ladies 15 to 17 years old. Contestants must compete in five segments of competition: Sportswear (no swim suits), Creative Expres sion, Talent, Evening Wear and Personal Pro jection. Many unique features set MBTW apart from other similar pro grams. One such feature is the Pageant's Personal Development Seminar, which deals with subjects designed to increase the . teenagers' self-awareness and self-confidence. The current titleholder is Miss Frettra Miller, a student at Highland Park Senior High School in St. Paul, Minnesota. Miss Miller won the title at the annual pageant held in Chicago, Illinois. Persons interested in entering the pageant should write Pageants Unlimited, Inc., P.O. Box 1139, Danville, Virginia 24541. The Miss Black Teenage World Pageant is not con nected with any other pageant program' and is seeking pageant directors in Wisconsin, Rhode Island, Delaware, West Virginia, New Mexico, Alaska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Oregon, Washington, Connecticut and Michigan. Prizes in 1981 will :--clude $85,000 in college scholarships to the top fif teen contestants. The pageant is produced by Pageants Unlimited, Inc., and Touch-A-Teen Productions. r; j ' 1 v , hS it i ' "NV IV ' . "'4r I Buy Direct Frpri. s"' Ha Pecking Plant fcs. And SAVE! O&toS VX Our Regular Prlcas y4 J 20-23 enow 1 ; Maor Chain Store Prices ,L- WingS & I Sliced Free ib. s: & iss" r RIBS ifflb. Sliced FREE iRlfSH $49hOG HAMS I HEADS - - ib. Heat PcsIieiFJafliet Corner of Duke & Lakewood Ave. Across from Forest Hills Shopping Center Open Mon.-Sat 9-6, Fri. 9-8 Ph. 489-2921 May Peace be with you this Joyous Holiday season as we celebrate the Birth of Christ, the Prince of Peace. The. best of the season to everyone. AMEY FLORIST AND , FUNERAL SERVICES 2919 Fayette vl'lle St. i - ; -.',. 1 :i - 'L. UNCF Drive Civil Englneerl ' Starting Salary S16,542yr. v DEADLINE DATE: January 23, 1981 Engineering Technician Starting Salary $15,005yr, DEADLINE DATE: December 31, 1980 Electrician 7 Starting Salary $12j62yfx DEADLINE DATE: January 14, 1981 Telecommunicator I , Starting Salary S14,2907yr. DEADLINE DATE: January 16, 1981 The Pan-Hellenic councH which is comprised of all student organizations :n the campus of Saint Augustine's College, Is mak ing a contribution to the United Negro CollegeBFund (UNCF), in the amount af $431.12. (L-R): Ms. Debrough Davis, secretary, Pan-Hellenic Council, Ricardo A. Lightboum, former president, Pan-Hellenic Council; Ms. Sharon Pinckney, president, Pan Hellenic council; and Jim Burt, coordinator of Alumni Affairs and Adviser, St. Augustine's College. Secretary II r Starting Salary S10,155yr. , Typing: 55 WPM ShorthahdSpeedwrltlng: 85 WPM DEADLINE DATE: Open Tests are given for clerical positions each Tuesday 9:00 a.m. Noon and 2:00-3:30 p.m. and Wednes day 9:00 a.m. - Noon at the Personnel Department. COMPLETED CITY APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE DEADLINE DATES INDICATED ONLY ONE POSITION PER APPLICATION WHEN APPLYING. ': . JWflfffX tch of Intse advftistd Himi it taauirtd lo be icadily svstltble lor . Xlf v r l CT i (jfflp izjzxxV"' "x' m " "p s," )l ir-fl rCJ sie t oi below the advertised price in each AP Store, eicept at' PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., JAN. 3, AT A&P IN DURHAM if If you're hosting a New Year's Eve party, A&P will save you money on the fixings. 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