The Register, 1982-09-10
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earn interest at a 6/2 percent rate until they double in value 11 years from the issue the u.s series bonds are â€¢ guaranteed to pay 6v2 percent interest when held five years 4'/i percent if redeemed in one year and will continue purchased more than one bond can be doris bowman of the personnel office said the open enrollment program is a reminder to employees that the savings bonds are available for purchase and the employees may make any changes necessary if they have already purchased a bond deduction august was a&t's open enrollment period to buy these bonds through payroll employees once able to purchase 25 savings bonds must now settle for a minimum 50 bond the 25 bonds are no longer available date income and property taxes until redemption of final â€¢ exempted for state and local blood donors at thursday's blood drive sponsored by the rotc department photo by roy hicks iv but is a months wnaa offers a diversity of jazz sounds public affairs programming and news the public radio station student-operated facility has a full-time prograrr director and news director retired or to have in case of an after six months of issuance â€¢ also available in denominations of 75 100 and 200 each costs half its face value save way the bonds for setting aside the income for the education of their children bowman said the bonds are a convenient supplement income retirement 15 career day sept most employees purchase â€¢ redeemable at any time maturity students savings over a period of time plus interest could result in a sizable sum she added the accumulation of these emergency it's always been my philosophy that the best way for students to learn in the educational progress is to have practicalexperience flanigan said players may need aggie spirit to win saturday employees interested in purchasing bonds making changes in their allotment or additional information may contact boman in suite 200 in the dowdy building fit dr william delauder,dean of the school of arts and sciences said the upgrade of the station to 10,000 watts must be completed in six 60-mile radius wnaa 90.5-fm covers up to a 12-mile radius with 10,000 watts the station's signal will reach a 50 to hours we're anticipating being able to start construction by mid october station manager gary flanigan said the station also plans to increase its air time to 24 another step toward increasing its wattage to 10,000 by building a tower it should be completed by december the campus radio station wnaa-fm will soon take news editor by nannetta durnell by valerie hili staff writer member of the chamber of commerce will greet the major game inclined not only by the aggie cheerleaders but also the aggie fans it will have the determination that it needs to go out and win said annette young a sophomore professional theater major wednesday is exhibition day and begins at 9 a.m.in corbett at 11:45 chancellor edward b fort will address those in attendance deans and department chairpersons of the various schools will hold seminars participants i feel that our aggie pride and our aggie spirit will take us through to the end said natalie fields a junior business accounting students that old aggie spirit looms big saturday's annual aggie-ram classic at grove stadium in winston-salem according to a&t by alice hester staff writer her faith in the team was reinforced by lonnie thomas a junior industrial technology major the program will begin 8 a.m tuesday in barnes auditorium the greensboro mayor john forbis and a quality presentation campus and put on a high and agencies to come to our we are very pleased to have such a large turnout during these inflationary periods said leon warren director of career planning it is good to know a&t can still attract outstanding firms a total of 107 firms are scheduled to participate tuesday and wednesday center the 8th annual a&t career planning day will be held next week in corbett sports warren said we are encouraging students to participate without our students we all will be looking for a job and we must do whatever it takes to enhance and enrich the lives of these young people is not a recruitment day but simply to make students aware of job opportunities warren said that career day ide no promise of a victory this will be a hard game for us hui *Â«â€¢ h ue a lot of team spirit positions the game is still up for grabs taking a realistic look at the sophomore quarterback steve lynn m s>aid ronnie womble a treshman economics we lack experience in skilled offensive strategv the key is trying to cut their pass rush said warren fen wick a senior electrical engineering major we also have to try to be more diversified in using the passing offensive strategy in addition to using the running one student who said 1 think we're going to win offered a game plan that might interest coach mo forte i fee that if our football team is spiritually but that aggie spirit must extend beyond the team another student said i think a&t will be ready for the game since winston-salem state is one of our arch rivals lynch said another student janese lynch agreed that the team will beat the rams as it did last year he said major i have confidence that the team will win m register complete aw areness for complete commitment volume liv number3 north carolina agricultural & technical state university greensboro nc frida september 10 1982 bonds available for employees at a 50 minimum wnaa to increase airtime by december its wattage staff writer by kathy thompson â– illlllii^lll
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