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Week : of 1 April 4 1 April 8
ii MondayApril lBeefU
a-Rom, French Fries,' Slaw
Yeast Rollor v Combread.
reach Cobbler and Plain Milk;
Tuesday, April 5: Country;
Style Steak wgravy. Scalloped
. Potatoes, Greenbeans School )
Baked Roll, 'Fruit Cup and-
Plain Milk; mW&mJ
' , Wednesday, April 6- Tur-4
Jy - or Chicken .Tetrazzini,
Garden Peas, Tossed Salad w
carrots, School Baked iRoU, ;
Cranberry Iced Yellow Cake,
and Plain Milk; . : -
Thursday, April 7 Bar
becue on a Bun, School. Bake.
Bun, Pinto Beans, Cole Slaw
w Onions, Lemon Cookies,"
Fruited Jello and Plain Milk; ?
Friday, April 8 - Easter
MenurOwn. Fried Chicken,'
Cranberry Sauce.: Candied 1
YamsnmeDowsw Green- RECEIVES AWARD - Gloria Check, left, basileus of PI Chapter of Chi Eta Phi
cTv Egg fr PTf"?l Evelyn C. Dudley Award to Mrs. Phylli? CarnpS . center
Cake, and Plain Milk. Looking on Is Arlene Murray, publicity chairman for the chapter.
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Pitylis V; CanjpftcI RocciVcs Evetro fMoy toe
Mrs. Phyffii Y, Campbell dent.)
of Chapel Hill, a registered ' Mrs. CampbeD attended
nurse who is to receive the Oakwood College, , Huntsville,
.Bachelor of Science in Nursing Ala., and "received her diplo-
. , degree from1 North r Carolina ma in "professional nursing
Central University in May, was from the Hinsdale Sanitarium
?jven the Evelyn C. Dudley and Hospital School of Nurs-
nspirational Award at Awards ing, Hinsdale, ID. '
Day exercises Friday, April , She. has worked as a staff.
: 1 at NCCU. nurse in hospitals to Chicago,
The award is given by Pi Nashville, and Durham, most
Chapter of Chi Eta Phi recently at Duke University
Sororitv a nnrcinn enrnritv Hosnttal . She uat art in.
Recipients are selected on the structor and coordinator at the
- e . . i T 1..-. t .1 i m
oasis pi personal traits, cumcaivcrsiuc nospnai scnooi oi
competence, and intellectual 'Practical Nursing in Nashville,
curiosity from among work- She . is the wife of Dr.
ing health professionals, pur-'Charles E. Campbell, Dental
suing the Bacheolor of Science Director of the Orange-Chat-in
Nursing Degree at NCCU. narn Comprehensive Health
The award is named for Services, Carrboro. They have
the late Evelyn C. Dudley, lived in Chapel Hill for three
a charter member of the .yar-V
chapter (chartered in 1955) She is the daughter of
and its first basileus (presiv ; and Mrs. Raulins L.
Maycock of Detroit, Sch. Temple, the South Atlantic"
' , VmPeii ,mem- Conference of Seventh-Day
: fZ ,,n!nam,e, Temple AdventW Health CotracU, and
Serenth-Day Advent! Church, the Black AdvenUst Medical
the Oakwood College, Alumni " and -. Dental Association
Association, the Nurses and Auxiliary. .
Nurses'. Aide Club of Iramanue! , t " i' ? -i -
total Sfci::3alc:ra RSccita
Linuood Long Appoint od
Friday, April 1: - ; '
8 pin. - Mrs.Marzella Webb of Marzella's Boutique will
present a-Fashion Show and Musical Bash in support of the
NAACP Fund efforts at the Durham Civic Center. Partici
pants in the "Bash" will include three dance groups from
Greensboro; Brother Yusuf Salim will provide music for the ,
Fashion Models.' Hie Boogie Masters will play for dancirig
after the Fashion Parade. There will be many gifts from
downtown stores. Refreshments will be served. Donation for
.the affair is $5 .00
Saturday, April 2:, . -
8:30 ajn. . 3 p jn. - A RUMMAGE SALE will be held at
Fike's Gulf Service Station, 38 S. Roxboro St., sponsored
by Rho Chapter, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority. Benefit of the
SCHOLARSHIP FUND. r . r
Saturday, April 2: 1
8:30 ain. - A DAY FOR DANCING - One of the first
signs of spring in the Triangle area is the arrival of "A Day for
Dancing.'' Sponsored by Dance Associates of the Durham Arts
Council; this event, one of the growing traditions in the area,
from nine to five p.m. at the Edison Johnson Recreation Center
in Durham. i -! '
Approximately fifty one hour classes will be taught by local
instructors at a cost of fifty cents per class. Though there will be
advanced instruction in tome classes such as ballet and modern
dance, "A Day for Dancing"; is designed primarily for those
membersof the community who would like to experience forms
of dance ranging from tap to Tal Chi, or from belly dancing to
Baltaese, f ':' ; '
Paul Hirschfeld, who along with Ann Hesla, is co-chairman
of the event said that the day is meant for fun and involvement.
"Dance has grown to be one of the most popular art forms. In
"A Day for Dancing" we want to invite the community to get
together and-have 4 joo44ime through different expressions of
dance movement," ,'.''' -y,r
Pree2stralionaf6rrns'sare ava1iablatu'uW'DhM;,ArU '
Council, 810 Proctor Street in Durham, and the New Per
forming Dance Studio above the Book Exchange at Five Points
in Durham. Forms may also be obtained through Bounds Dance
Studio, Chapel Hill, and area Record Bars.
Registration will begin at the Edison Johnson Recreation (
Center at 8:30 on April 2, and continue until classes are filled.
The Center is located on Murray Street, off N. Roxboro St., in
Durham across the street from The Museum of Life and
Science. For further information, call 967-5001, 933-5046 or
477-0055. . '-.v. :; '
, April 3: '
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ham Chamber Music Guild presents Sonatas by Telemann,
Quantz, Viraldi,. S. Bach. Admission is tree.
Sunday, April 3: .
' 12:30 - 2 pm. - THE ZIONETTES CLUB of St. Mark
AME Zion Church, 513 S. Roxboro St., will have a variety of
flower and vegetable plants for sale in the basement of the
church,. Your support of this project will be greatly appre
ciated, Mrs. Myrtle McNeill is president. Call 682-8436 for
Monday, April 4:
7:30- 8: 30 a.m. - BREAKFAST REMINDER - Dutch
treat, cafeteria breakfast with your State Representatives,
followed by question and answer period, sponsored by the
League of women Voters of Durham. The breakfast will be
held at the North Carolina Mutual Building, Duke St. and
W. Chapel Hill Street: Call 489-4574 for more information.
Monday, April 4:
4:30 pari- - Recreation Advisory Committee (Civic
Center , . :
7:30 p.m. - City Council - Public Hearing "On the
Proposed Uses of Revenue Sharing Funds in Relation to
the City of Durham's Budget.".
Tuesday, April 5:
7:30 pjn. - Human Relations Commission
. Tuesday, April 5:
9 ain. r The Durham Recreation Department will offer
group tennis lessons each month beginning in April for adults
and children. Registration for lessons will be held the first
Tuesday of each month from 9 am. til 6 p.m. at the Recrea
tion Department, classes begin the following week.
April classes include weekday, afternoon and evening
and Saturday morning lessons at various locations through
out Durham. A mlnftnal fee is charged. Registration on April
o must be in person at the Central Civic Center. v:
For more information call the Durham Recreation De
partment, at 688-8021. ; -
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'b I 6:30 pm,. - Girl Scout Annual Drive at Duke Memorial
.Methodist Church. Come and bring you favorite covered
j Wednesday, Aprfl 6: ' -
'' 9;30 am. - Council's Community Service Committee '
Thursday, April 7: r
1:30 pm. - Council's Finance Committee .
Saturday, May 14: '
Tickets for the annual display of Boy Scout and Cub,
Scout handicrafts, skills and activities the Scout-a-Rama -to
be held at the Duke University Intramural Gymnasium are
on sale for $1 from any Boy or Cub Scout. f
, went is sponsored by Durham's Tobaccoland ,
KiwanU Club .Dr. Harry Tyrer 6f the Tobaccoland Kiwanians
is chairman of theevent.-ii-&;:ri:;,i;;;' -V ii ' i;V-".
Half the proceeds of the ticket sales go to the Scout
units selling the tickets. Troops and packs may finance their
special activities for the year through' these ticket sales.
Scout leaders whose units have not received tickets may
"pick them up at D. C. May & Co., 215 Morris St., or call
Johnny Finch at 682-2338 between 8:10 a.m. and 5 pjn.
1 Monday through Friday. . "T
RALEIGH - Improving
the quality ' of life through
long-range and short-range
planning efforts is the respon
sibility of Linwood Long as he
became the Chief of Local
Planning and Management for
the Community Assistance
Division of the N. C. Depart
ment of Natural and Economic
Long, 32, is responsible
for planning efforts conducted
for local governments through
seven regional offices scattered
around the state. The opera
tion is supported by a budget
of more than $2.5 million of
state and federal funds.
Local governments under
50,000 are able to get planning
assistance from Long's office
to condui. water and sewer
utilization studies, land-use
studies and zoning plans and
many others that are necessary
for policy makers to make wise
decisions as they allocate re
sources.' ' The studies conducted
by the planning staff often
provide information; that when
( .utilized byt lopal i. governments,
influences' "whether industries
will locate in the town? or
county's planning area.
Questioned about the re
lationship of planning to in
dustry relocation to North
Carolina towns, Long said
"when industry locates we still
have to determine the impact
upon services needed". He
says that "industry should do
more than raise the per. capita
income, but also improve the
quality of life".
Long is a graduate of Saint
Augustine's College where he
received a degree in sociology
and Georgia State University
. where he received a master's
in Public Administration.
He looks upon his appoint
ment as an instance of blacks
moving in non-traditional roles
in the Hunt Administration to
H. C. CENTRAL U.
Continued From Page 3j
It is one of a small number of
undergraduate programs in
public administration in the
nation, and prepares students
for entry-level employment in
federal, state, and municipal
Students attending the
Pearlis Johnson, Angela
Thomas, Kenneth Johnson,
Jeanne Daniels, Johnsie Webs
ter, Noelle Newman, Suzanne
Lisath, George Jones; Teresa
Froneberger, Kenneth Thomp
son, Jimmy Graham, Theresa
Graham, Robert Harbison,
Francine Small, Hilaire Gay
lord, Irma Heath, Marshall
Becton, Lewis Richards, Jackie
Beatty, Sheila Caviness, Levone
Little, Gwen Goode, Calvin As
bury, Gwen Bethel, Hilda
Holding, Alvin B. Coley, Ber
nard Galloway, Cy Grant,
Carolyn Cooper, Evelyn Win
ston, Charles Williams,
Deborah Reid, . Larry Ross,
Albert Kit t re II, Rufus Washing
ton, . Roger Davis, Barbara
Blount, Shirl Brown, and
James Peppers. '
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
DURHAM COUNTY ; '
Executor! Notice (
u I Having qualified an Executor
of the estate of the late James T.
Hawkins this is to notify all per
sons havincs claims ugainst the
estate of James T, Hawkins 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 aid. estate,
please make immediate payment.
.This 12th day of . March,
1 : Mochanics and farmers Bank.
Executor ' '
:. Estate- of James T, Hawkins,
. 116 W. Parrlsh Street
THE CAROLINA TIM US '
March 12, 19, 26, and AprU 2.
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needs previously unmet".
1976 Savings Bonds
Sales At 31 Year
Sales of Series E and H
Savings Bonds in Durham
County during the fourth
quarter of 1976 were $1,247,
848. Total sales for . 1976
were $4,745,160 according to
Charles O. Rivers, County,
North Carolinians pur
chased more U. S. Savings
Bonds in 1976 than in any
year since 1945." Sales for the
year were $103,363,568,
which was over 5.4 million
higher than 1975. Fourth
quarter E and H sales in North
Carolina amounted to $26,5185,
1 10 6. 2 per cent higher than
, Students in nine of the
state's school systems - will
have an opportunity to learn
film-making during the 1977
78 school year through; a
grant- ; from the ' National
Endowment for the Arts.
The nine ' school systems
selected, to participate in the
film-making program are: Reid
ville. Durham, Fayetteville.
Concord. Shelby. Alamance
County. Moore County. Hoke
County and Robeson County.
The grant, matched by
SI jOOO in local funds, wi2 pay
the salary of. professional
film-maker to work with stu
dents in local , iichools for
twenty school , days during
the 1977-78 school year to
teach them the basics of
making films. -
The program is being
made possible through the
efforts of the National Endow
ment for the Arts, the North
Carolina Arts Council, and the
Department of Public Instruction.
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Tennis courts.. A swimming' pool. Basketball courts. Parks.
Lakes. Bike paths. They're all just around the corner when
you live in Soul City's Green Duke Village.
Green Duke Village is a charming planned community
designed to make your lite as enjoyable as possible.
All types of homes are now available. Prices for single
family detached homes range from $25,000 to $70,000. VA,
FHA, FmHA and conventional financing can be easily arranged.
So come see our model homes this weekend during 6ur "($en House.
Then move into a new world,
1 384 sq. ft. of living space
plus garage. Brick. 3br. 2
full baths. Kitchen dining
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glus carport. 2 br. Custom .
athroom vanity. Wall-to-wall
carpeting in living room, din
ing room and bedrooms.
Laundry room. Utility room.
GE appliances. Heat pump
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plus garage. 3 br. 2 baths.
Kitchendining area. Living
room. Wall-to-wall carpeting.
Built-in appliances. Energy
saving heat pump. Fully
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