Byline: Jane Seccombe
Oct. 13--"This is my first time," said Carlos Taylor as he waited for Winston-Salem's unemployment office to open yesterday.
For the past two years, Taylor, 73, has supplemented his Social Security pension by working as a housekeeper at one of the second-hand-goods stores run by Goodwill Industries, but on Tuesday he was laid off. "Work has been slow ever since the bombing and they cut back. I was the eldest there so they cut me back," he said.
Because of his age, Taylor doesn't think he'll get another job, so any unemployment pay would be a help, he said.
Most weekdays, a line of people forms early outside the state's Employment Security Commission office on West Sixth Street. By 10 a.m., the two parking lots that serve …