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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, August 01, 1981, Page 6, Image 6

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6-T:ECAr.ClttATTE$ SAT., AUGUST 1.1S31 -' Extension Notes Help Wanted Special Recruitment llotlco City Clerk Car, Vanpools Not Always Cheap Pcpalatlai: 1 CO, 831 Salary: Approximately J20,CC3y9ar-: .NejotliMi Tbi CRy of Durttam is icthrety rtcruKnn. for tat position of . CRyClork. Excellent implcyw benefit program. Duties of N this pojHoa Include but art not fbsliad to tbo fonswing: Directs tta overall work of the Officii of ttn' City Cleric, v and selects, supervises, trains, and evaluates tta of fice employees. Supervises and reviews the manage- t . ment of legal end official City documents including or : iBnacnes, resolutions and - minute books; reviews, atests, and affixes City seals to contracts, deeds, bonds, and otber documents. Attends City Council meetings and records action taken. Prepares the operating budget for the City Clerk's Office and prepares and posts notice for meetings of City boarda and committees. . MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Completion of a bachelor's degree In public or business administration or the equivalent or consiaeraDie (3-4 years) experience In progressively responsible -office or . records management, administrative or paralegal work. Resume, transcript, and City of Durham Application for Employment must be submitted by August 17, 1S81 to: Mr. Harwood Smith, Chairman City Clerk Search Committee 101 City Hail Plaza Durham, North Carolina 27701 The University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill Has immediate SecretarialClerical openings: Clerk-Typist (111) Typist (III) Secretary (III) Part-TiiTie and FulhTime Positions Completion of high school course work and one year of clerical experience; or an equivalent combination of educa tion and experience. Varied skills and knowledges of : these positions are: medical terminology, dictaphone, ; strong typing skills, statistical typing, Magcard. book keeping, accounting and good public contact. Salary range: $8,820 - $1 2,468. The hours for some of the part time positions are 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Part-time salary range: $4,410 - $8,234. ' ; Secretary.(IV) Completion of high school course work and two years of clerical or secretarial experience; or an equivalent com bination nf ducation and axnarienea. Good tvnina skills and knowledge of medical terminology helpful. Salary ' range: $10,020 $14,196. For en application please contact the Employment Division, -; EQUAL OPPORTUNITYAFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER Social Research Associate II ; Completion of college course work in Early Childhood Education or related area and two years experience In supervising, planning and staff training; or an equivalent combination ol education and experience. Supervision of a large staff In a preschool day care setting and direct teaching experience of preschool age children necessary. . Design, implementation and evaluation of reserach pro jects preferred. Salary range: $16,260 23,556. For an application please contact the Employment Division, Ills Pettigrew Hall, UNC, Chapel HOI, NC 27514. 962-2991, EQUAL OPPORTUNITYAFFIRMATIVE. ACTION EMPLOYER-Sl050t7ixp1 Program Coordinator Primary responsibility for the coordination of the minority student visitation program. Responsible In program plann ing and implementation. Qualifications: Graduation from 4-year college or university, 2 years of experience In work ing with minority student recruitment programs, familiarity with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or a similar Institution. Salary: Commensurate with qualifica tions and experience. Date open: Immediately. To apply send resume and supporting materials to Mr. Harold G. ! Wallace, Vice Chancellor for University Affairs, 103 South Building, C05-A, The University of North Carolina at , Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill NC 27514. Applications and sup porting materials must be received by July 31 , 1981 . The starting date for the position Is August 10, 1981. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hltt is in Equal Op portunity Affirmative Action Employer. . Accounting Technician I v With UNC-General Administration Office Accounting Sec tion. . Performs accounting and recordkeeping dutios; ; assists . with machine posting to general ledger and hi maintenance of fixed asset recorf s; and types accounting end budgetary documents and reports. Graduation from high school plus two years clerical experience In book keeping or accounting and ability to perform assignments as directed by the Accountant, Salary range: $10,020414,195. Apply by August 10 to: UNC-General Administration, P. 0. Box 2688. Chapel Kill, N. C. 27514. EQUAL OPPORTUNITYAFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. . By CHRIS TIEDEMANN ' ' : N. C. SUU University -' Car pools,' vanpools and Help Wanted; CERAMICS, POTTERY IN- i ' ST8UCTCR Ttwa si Chap ' HI. PnttbiM, a-18 hr tea- i ,v. totivah.' TMca evamtc klm I pctttry is afl ages: snal can ' . abas. Rsqulns thwtugs ; kMwMgt, good ikl kmt. SSkr. Apply by August 7: Prkttw Dept. 00 Plant Id, CH., 10AAE. public transportation may not! always offer the cheapest ride' to work. - "If consumers' value of time' is included in the total cost of travel then some travel modes, which are' relatively cheap in. monetary terms may be relatively expensive when the , value of time in travel is included in the total cost," says M. L. Walden, extension! specialist in consumer eco nomics at North Carolina State University.,' - The reason time used in: : Rehabilitation ; Counselor-ln-Chargo II Completion of college course ' work In ' rehabilitation counseling and three years of experience In direct services to handicapped population or severely burned patients; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. In-depth knowledge of' techniques and practices of rehabilitation counseling and guidance, including Federal . and State laws and regulations pertaining to. rehabilitation , services essential Current experience in a hospital burn unit or center helpful. . Salary range: $14,868-821 ,420. , For an application please contact the Employment DUslon, 111 Pettigrew Hall, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. 962-2901. EQUAL OPPORTUNITYAFRRMAfTIVE ACTION EMPCDYER ; CITY OF DURHAM Job Opportunities Telecommunicate!1 1 Starting Salary $1 5, 576yr. DEADLINE DATE: July 31, 1981 Affirmative Action Administrator Startlna Salary $20,872yr. DEADLINE DATE: July 31, 1981 Laborer II Starting Salary $9,108yr. DEADUNE DATE: August 7. 1981 Rehabilitation Specialist Starting Salary $ta,355yr. DEADLINE DATE: August 7, 1981 Computer Systems Analyst Starting Salary $20,872yr. DEADLINE DATE: August 7, 1981 Assistant Plant Supervisor (Water) Starting Salary $13,455yr. DEADUNE DATE: August 7, 1981 I ClllllO I Owiiilj fitiwHwfiiit :-.y . SUirtlng Stiary $3.00hrr ' DEADLINE DATE: August 7, 1981 PLEASE CONTACT: Personel Office, First Roor City HaU 101 City Han Plaza Durham, N.C. 27701 Telephone: 683-4214 v An Equal OpportunityAffirmative Action Employer. v , CITY OF DURHAM Job Opportunities - Site Coordinator Starting Salary $3.45hr. (Hours: 1:30 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday) DEADLINE DATE: August 7, 1981 Sports and Games Specialist onday Frlda (Hours: 2:00 5:30 Starting Salary $3.25hr. p.m. Monday - Friday) DEADLINE DATE: August 7, 1981 Music and Drama Specialist Starting Salary $3.25hr. (Hours: 2:00 5:30 p.m. Monday Friday) DEADLINE DATE: August 7, 1981 Arts and Crafts Specialist Starting Salary $3.25hr. LINE DA PLEASE CONTACT: (Hours: 2:03 - 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday) DEADUNE DATE: August 7,1 9S1 Personel Office, First Floor City Hall 101 City Hall Ptart ., Durham, N.C. 27701 Telephone: 683-4214 An Equal OpportunityAffirmative Action Employer". DUKE UNIVERSITY POSITION OPENINGS Secretary IV Position available to provide support for Assistant Vice President for Research and Public Service Program. High school and 2 years experience in secretarial field required. Coed typing skills essential; shorthand desirable. Favorable consideration will be given to library experience and ccSege education. Salary range: $10,CZO-$14,1S3. Apply by August 10 to: UNC-Ceneral Administration, P. 0. Eex 2:CS. Chapol K3, N. C. 27514. EQUAL CPPC3-. TUfTYAFFI2f.ATIYE ACTION EMPLOYER. ml iTimi nmmwm-timm wmm ( im mw, wn act, ui mt num. . , a BKTMWCI TBHWaM IMUt W ICtfMCH TECHklCUM.t. I ftfiM IriNM Mjriv. i fUSCTWWICS TICSWCUS Mwq MiSriilli wWM tukm NIIXCAL SKMTMT-MwM tntafM IH.wrkk m$ llcuso Mqnagcr IKDKU. tUMKWrTHMIfT-Mataitnfcf IM SMMTw lRt'.iz$ or csL'ple whumsn services background UJ mr.zz group home fsr bssdlcspped ysung aiits. P.;sm, tcard, salary and tensll'j. RsHsf assistance pro-: lzi. tzzi resumes to: r::!d:stl Ccsnflnstsr, P. 0. , Izt 2123. Chapel K13. N. C. 27514. i . . v DUKE CKPLOYKDIT OFHCE ,. S:C3am-2:33pm Erwii Road, Pvklng Owk W, RT km ' ', k t DurluiB,MC . a- .!.',(, M.IMTJI H IM Ml MM Ml .1M t.M u.m in M.1HM4 S4.M4 & mjm tm personal travel ie valuable is simply that it could be used for something else. "Instead of spending five hours per week commuting to work the: consumer could use this time; . working or relaxing," Walden' ays. " In evaluating your travel time, consider the monetary,, value of an extra hour of work : time, if commuting time could be cut by an hour. Would it be worth using a slightly rnore expensive m6de of transportation to have that extra hour free to work? . : . v But perhaps your job has a i fixed work schedule and would ' not allow you to work extra i their 30s. commuting time. t The important thir to remember here is t!.at the cheapest travel mode, in terms , of out-of-pocket expenses, mayj not be the cheapest overall and it pays to evaluate your time ACCIDENTS AND AGING (; As we get older, we must face up to being more accident prone. , , - . . According ; to - vlsabelle Buckley; extension specialist in aging at North Carolina ; State University, the in-home . accident rate for people in their 40s is double that of those in hours. Then you must consider ' whether you prefer that lower-! cost transportation or more leisure time, . Walden explains. r 5 Another problem arises when the commuter dislikes - The rate doubles again for people in their 60s; the rate in the 60s is triple that of the 60s and in the 70s and 80s, it's triple the 60s rate. - v , "We just have to face up to not being as accurate," Miss his job so much that the extra Buckley advises. "Athletes hours on the job would not be face up to age and prepare for valued more nigniy tnen another career. We don't p: ;sre." ' She advises i-'.jng the limits of our : speed and agility. ' ,',. . i In addition, the home can be made safer as we grow older. " Light all stairways and have a lamp at bedside. Have handrails on both sides of stairs, tack down carpet, remove slippery throw rugs and use grab bars on bathroom walls and nonskid mats m tub. . SALT-FREE CANNING ; i v Salt helps preserve the color and texture in . canned vegetables and it adds flavor, but it does ' not prevent spoilage. ' If you have been told by your doctor to avoid salt, you can prepare food for canning according to the instructions in your favorite reliable recipe book, says Dr. Nadine F. Tope, extension food specialist, North Carolina . State University. ' " i ' ' Processing time - foe J" ;' vegetables canned without -salt is the same as for vegetable I- I "Canning without salt ; perfectly safe," Dr. Tope say lb mmmammSmmim Legal Noticos STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DURHAM COUNTY ! IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION ! DOROTHY L. WALLER HUGH M. HALL and - SHIRLEY ROE HALL r To: Shirley Roe Hall and Hugh M. ' Had TAKE NOTICE SHIRLEY ROE HALL and HUGH M. HALL, that a pleading j j seeking relief against you has been, filed In the above entitled action. Ths nature of the relief being sought Is as follows: money damages. resulting from . an auto accident which occurred on April 11. 1980. ; TAKE NOTICE FURTHER that you . are required to make defense to such pleading not later than September 2, 1981. and upon your. failure to do so the party seeking . service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought' : This, the 23rd day of July, 1981. ANTHONY W. BROWN, Attorney Post Office Box 931 Oxford. North Carolina 27565 Publication Dates: The Carolina Times July 25; August 1. 8, 1981 - NORTH CAROLINA " DURHAM COUNTY Executrix Notice . Having qualified as Executrix of the Estate of Minnie Savage, deceased, this Is to notify all per sons having claims against ths Estate of Minnie Savage to present 'them to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this Notice, or same will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. . - All persons indebted to said estate, please make Immediate pay ment. , This 27th day of July. 1981. Clara S.Wilson r-l--r " .-.Executrix iEstate of Minnie Savage, deceased 513 Mfax Street Durham. North Carolina 27701 PUBLICATION DATES: The Carolina Times August 1. 8jt5. 22. 1981. Tho Bast New & Used Cars Easy Financing Phone 682-9275 Colclough Auto Sales 612Rlgsbs8Ave. Durham," N.C. (iilWr mo)s(rJ ilf iHr (gr WE ADVERTISE YOUR CAR WE DO THE ACTUAL CELLING - DISPLAY YOUR GAR ON OUR LOT MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE DANK FINANCING AVAILABLE WE HANDLE ALL NOTARY PAPERS . NO STRANGE PEOPLE AT YOUR HOUSE NATIONAt . . AUTOFINDEJRS, INC. , AUIOSROKin'1 HAS SaECTED HOWARD RDRWSUZUMTHOHEXCUiSIVI DgALER TOW THE DURHAM-CHAPei. HtLL AfA. . ease 13 m) - EXPRESSWAY AT DUKE T. EXIT DURHAM, N.C , ACROSS FROM RAM AD A DOWNTOWN - 6824171 Open IB I PJM." WMaaeeaow, ucii-Qur HORIZON I MISER 2 DR. ' 0910 , PtusN-CTex-- Delrvered Price ' - 79CHAf.:? 4000 74 PINTO ' 4 Speed Trans. J ! ' 1300 81 Reliant 4 Door , Fully Eulpped, ' Low Mileage - ' 7100 IMPORT PLYMOUTH CI1AH? cooo . Flue Tax' 73 Valiant 4 Door. ff20S 78 Horizon 4 Door 3700 79 FORD TRUCK F1 00 Custom 4GG0 ELKINS Chrysler-Plymoirth " 688511 5 r Expressway at Mangum SL Durham, N.C. ! It "if NUXCOLVMERCUKYDATSUN DBAIERX a . INVOICE ,C "t&YrJ ', ,' ItoanitoaMUMr . PLUS DEALH INSTALLED OPTIONS, N.C TAX AND TAGS , ." 'Tk.. .. I-" ' X JLliFp COUTH CQUM1E ,, 4 "l!l

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