The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, July 10, 1973, Page page 3, Image 3

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By Carol Roggenstein
School of Journalism
Job hunters should seldom hear
discouraging words around Lincoln
this summer. Indications are that there
is more work available than in previous
Doug Sever, University of Nebraska
- Lincoln financial aids adviser, said
the students who are looking for jobs,
whether part-time or full-time, should
come to the financial aids office.
Severs, who coordinates student
employment for the office, tries to
match the experiences and interests of
students with available jobs.
He has been going out and
recruiting jobs from employers in the
Lincoln area and hopes to find a
variety of work situations.
Also, he wants to "get an idea of
what students face when they are out
looking," he said, so he can be of more
help to job-seekers.
Financial aid
cut $745,954
from 1972-73
Federal funds for student
financial aid at the University
of Nebraska - Lincoln have
been cut $745,954 below those
allocated for the 1972-73
academic year.
Kenneth Bader, vice
chancellor for student affairs,
said the cut "will have many
ramifications for students who
attend the University."
"The new allocations for
educational opportunity grants
and work-study are below the
current fiscal year," Bader said.
"This means that we will try to
stretch the available dollars to
the absolute limit. The new
basic opportunity grants will
fall short of meeting the need
as a result of the Federal cuts."
The allocations for the
1973-74 fiscal year compared
with those for the 1972-73
fiscal year in parentheses are:
National Direct Student Loan
Funds, $555,566 ($756,562);
supplemental Educational
Opportunity Grant Funds,
$310,102 ($699,308), and
Work-Study Funds, $565,835
Jack Ritchie, director of
Scholarships and Financial
Aids, said notices-" will be
mailed by mid-July to those
freshmen who applied for aid
by February 15 and
upperclassmen who applied by
the March 1 deadline. Those
who applied after the deadlines
will not be notified until early
"Because of the cut in
federal funds, it will' be
impossible for us to allocate to
students all the funds they are
eligible to receive," Ritchie
said. "In such instances, the
only other available source of
funds will be guaranteed loans
through local banks and
employment. The Office of
Scholarships and Financial
Aids also is serving as
headquarters for all student
employment opportunities,
both full and part-time."
Lost Kitten
In the Vicinity
of 25th and S
A calico, 4-month-old
Call 475-4652
tuesday, july 10, 1973
'Openings on KRNU
Current job openings are broadcast
daily over KRNU (90.3 FM) at 10:15
a.m., 12:15 and 4:15 p.m.
He said that he also posts available
jobs in the Union Students need not
be eligible for financial aid to be
placed by the office.
According to Doug Treado, the
financial aids adviser in charge of the
work-study program, the office was
able to place about 400 students in
work-study this summer. The majority
of these jobs were on campus, he said.
Because of a 20 per cent budget cut,
however, fewer students will be
eligible for work-study in the fall. The
office will place around 10&r in
work-study positions as opposed to
830 last fall.
At the State Employment Service,
Gene Landkamer, manager of the
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around, it is a name that is quite; well known and thought of in mu
sician's circles Cerwm Vega is new in the home stereo speaker busi
ness and so is it', sound. The Cerwin Vego 24 s, pictured above
produce the biggest, boldest new sounds around . . , and thev ac
complish this more efficiently than any other speaker available to
day. For example, we've matched the Vega 24 s with a Sherwood
7050 AM FM receiver. The Sherwood 7050 has adequate power for
most speakers but with the ' Vegas" you can approach live rock
concert sound levels in a good sifed room, the neat part is that the
system costs only $359 , , , arid that includes the B5R 310 turntable
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Lincoln office, said that more jobs
appear to be available this summer and
people "seem to be finding it easier to
find jobs themselves."
Easier for inexperienced
Those who haven't had much work
experience, usually the first to feel the
pinch when jobs are scarce, should
find it easier to get work this summer,
he said.
Private employment agencies also
report that they are able to find work
for those who need it.
Manpower Inc., a temporary help
service, has placed primarily office
workers and laborers, the owner,
Patricia Beck said. She encourages
those who haven't been able to find
work and are interested in temporary
employment to come see her.
with base, dustrover, and Shure cartridge. See a Newfangler for a
demonstration and tell him you want to sec the "Vegas" blow his
walls down , . , if they do we'd appreciate it if you'd stick around
and help him pick up the pieces.
Manufacturers List Price
Normal Store Price
Our prices
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Office workers busy
Kelly Services, another temporary
help agency, has no problem keeping
office workers busy, but it is difficult
to place individuals without skills,
according to Coleda Matulis,
She said that the firm finds jobs for
many teachers and others who need
temporary work, such as someone
recently out of the service or between
Assignments vary from one or two
days to an indefinite length of time for
office workers.
In the labor division, workers report
in the morning and wait for employers
to call in for labor. She said that the
agency has had no trouble keeping
laborers emplyed on a day-'to-day
basis and that there was a good chance
for work for anyone wanting it.
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