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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES
SAL, JANUARY 3, 1981
Calendar and Announcements
BOARD MEETING CANCELLED Dr. John
C. Key, chairman of the Capital Health Systems
Agency Board of Directors, has announced that the
January 7, meeting of the Board has been cancelled.
The next meeting of the Board will be on
Wednesday, February 4, at 2 p.m. in Cary.
E-Z RIDER PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION
SERVICE for the elderly and handicapped in
Chapel Hill-Carrboro. Monday through Friday, 8
a.m.-6 p.m., for 20. For additional information,
Shared ride taxi provides service for CHT pass
holders anywhere in Chapel Hill and Carrboro and
within A mile of a bus route. Hours 6:30
p.m.-midnight, Monday through Friday and 10
a.m. -6 p.m. Sunday (Chapel Hill only). Fares 35
adults, 20 all other, bus stop to bus stop; $1.05
adult, 60 all other, door to door, there is no
Saturday shared ride service. For additional infor
mation, call 967-8247.
DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS A new pro
gram format at the Career Development Center for
Displaced Homemakers, who are out on their own
and must find paid employment, even better. In ad
dition to personal counseling and career guidance,
services include job readiness instruction, job
search assistance, support group meetings, and
referrals to other agencjes and training programs. If
you are or know a displaced homemaker, call
682-9671 for more information; or contact Durham
CETA or YWCA offices.
SIXTY OR OVER? The Retired Senior
Volunteer Program needs you to: give a child that
special attention two hours a week, lend a listening
ear to a youth in trouble and help feed geriatric pa
tients. RSVP provides travel reimbursement and free in
surance. For more information, call Ms. Helen
Pressley or Ms. Kathy Walters, 596-9311, ext. 321,
Durham Technical Institute.
THE W.D. HILL RECREATION CENTER,
1308 Fayetteville Street, has begun registration for
winter programs. Adult classes being offered are
photography, liquid embroidery, speed reading and
aerobic slimnastics. Teens and adults may also
register for sewing, macrame and weight training.
Youth programs will include gymnastics, modern
and tap dance, baton, and an after school fun fest.
Roller skating lessons and martial arts will be of
fered for all age groups. For more information call
BUS SERVICE REINSTTTUTED - Chapel Hill
Transit has reinstituted service in the Pine Knolls
area on a limited basis. Provisions have been made
for some morning and afternoon service. Addi
tional information may be obtained through bus in
formation at 942-5174.
CLOTHES FOR THE NEEDY The Social
Service office of OBT is open to serve people within
the community and Head Start families who may
have a clothing problem.
RECYCLING Need extra cash? There's money
in the trash aluminum, that is.
Reynolds recycles at Northgate Shopping Center,
every Tuesday through Saturday, 9-1 1:30 a.m.
Bring cans in a clear plastic bag, and other pieces
cut to lengths not exceeding three feet and tightly
bound. You will be paid cash on the spot.
For more Information, call toll free
AEROBIC DANCE The Durham Parks &
Recreation Department will sponsor Aerobic Danc
ing at Forest Hills and East Durham Recreation
Centers. Registration is going on now through
January 5, at City Hall from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. Registration will also be
held on the first day of the activity at each location.
Adult-Teen Classes, ages 15 and over, Monday
and Wednesday evenings, 4-5 p.m. and 6-7 p.m.
Cost $18 for six week. Begins Monday, January 5,
Forest Hills Recreation Center.
Adult-Teen Classes, ages 15 and over, Tuesday
-and Thursday evenings, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Cost $18 for
six weeks. Begins Tuesday, January 6, East
Durham Recreation Center.
NEW ISLAMIC CALENDAR PUBLISHED -The
New : Islamic Lunar and Solar Calendar
14011981 has been released by Jewel Communica
tions, a New York public relations and publishing
concern specializing in literature of interest to the
The 14011981 Calendar, designed for use by
Muslims in America, features: Islamic, Christian,
Judaic and legal observances; narratives on signifi
cant dates in Islamic history and commentary on
the evolution of the Islamic Calendar; It is ut full
color with photographs by Najah Abdul-AJ-Haqq
of Africa, America and the Middle East. It features
"Prayer Time," an illustration by Artist Mustapha
Nasir relating the Muslim's daily prayers to the
24-hour time cycle used in America.
Available at both wholesale and retail rates. For
further information, contact Jewel Communica
tions, Inc.. 54 West 84th St., New York, NY 10024
AFTERSCHOOL RECREATION PROGRAMS
The Durham City Community EdncatfcM pro
gram and the Durham Parks tnf Reautfton
Department are condactin Af terschool Rwxcttio
Programs at Y.E. Saith, East End and George
Watts Elementary schools. Thlse programs operate
each day school is open through June 5, 1981. The
hours are Monday through Friday, 2:30-5:30 p.m.
The program offers a wide range of activities in
cluding sports and athletics, music and drama, arts
and crafts, study hours, tutorial sessions, and other
seasonal special events. There is a small weekly fee.
For more information, call Gaston'Patterson at
683-4355 or Albert Huey at 688-2361, extension
SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ON AFRO
AMERICAN STUDIES will hold its Second An
nual meeting February 26-28, in Houston, Texas.
The theme is "Laborers, Shouters, Good-Timers,
Voters: Participants in the Afro-American Ex
perience." Further details can be had by contacting
Dr. Howard Jones, Box 104, TSU, 3201 Wheeler
Avenue, Houston, Texas 77004.
DURHAM SYMPHONY YOUNG ARTISTS
COMPETITION for pianists and orchestral in
strumentalists, grades 10-12 in Durham, Wake,
Orange, Granville and Person counties. Winners
will play a movement of a standard concerto with
the Durham Symphony. Audition date: February 7;
Call Hjordis Tourian, 682-2910 or Ginny Zehr,
782-4840, for further information.
W.D. HELL RECREATION CENTER,. 1308
Fayetteville Street, is offering adult classes in
ceramics, aerobic slimnastics, martial arts,
photography, macrame and sewing. Children's
classes include gymnastics, modern dance, and an
after school Fun Fest. For more information about
these and other classes and programs, call 683-4292.
SENIOR CITIZENS TRIP The Carrboro
. Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a
Senior Citizens Trip to the Village Dinner Theatre
on Saturday, January 10, 10:45-4:45, for a perfor
mance of "The Sound of Music." Registration fee
is $9.50 which includes transportation, lunch and
show. Registration deadline: Monday, January 5. .
For further information call 942-8541 ext. 203.
FREE PUBLICATIONS FROM IRS may be
ordered by calling the IRS toll free telephone
number listed in the directory. Among the subjects
covered are: child care credit, energy credit, moving
expenses and other tax breaks.,
CONTRASTS AND COMPLEMENTS is the
. name of the art exhibition at CenterGallery featur
ing works by Rita May, Cheri Westmoreland, Lise
Temple-Greenberg and Stephanie Carleton; Main
St., Carrboro (above Tumbleweed Cyclery). The
show will run until January 4, 1981. For more in
formation, call 967-1316. Gallery hours: 1 1-5 Satur
day and Friday; 2-5 Sunday.
BOOKMOBILE WEEKLY STOPS Every
Monday-l:45-2:45, Wellon's Village (near Big
Star); Every Tuesday 2:00-3:00, Lakewood Shop
ping Center; Every Wednesday 1:30-2:45, Nor-
thgate Mall (near Big Star); Every
Friday 2:00-3:45, King's Plaza (Hillsborough
Rd,); Every Saturday 9:30-12:30, Croasdaile
Shopping Center; 2:30-3:30 Shannon's Plaza;
3:45-4:30 South Square Mall (near Big Star).
HOOP SHOOT The Durham Parks and
Recreation Department, in cooperation with the
. durham Elks Lodge No. 568, will be running a City
wide "Hoop Shoot" Contest. There will be a
number of preliminary contests held at several
sights throughout the City. Contact Gene Tomlin
son or Angela Joines for more detail at 683-4355.
LEARNING AND CAREER INFORMATION
FREE FROM PROJECT LIFT Had enough of
the plum pudding and holiday TVt Ready to put...
' those New Year's resolutions into action? Call or
visit Project LIFT for complete information on the
new courses, classes and workshops in the Durham
area and beyond. Project LIFT Learning Infor
mation For Today is open 9-9 Monday and Tues
day; 9-5:30 Wednesday through .Saturday, at the
Durham County Library, 300 North Roxboro St.,
or call 683-2W6, Extension 31.
J3& PROBLEM RESOLUTION OFFICE has a
toll-free number, 1-800-832-8800 in Greensboro. If
you have problems you have not been able to
resolve through normal ' channels, call the
Greensboro number. They promise to cut through
red tape and get to the solution faster than routine
channels you-have tried. You may also write: Pro
blem Resolution Office, 320 Federal Place,
Greensboro, NC 27401.
The IRS Office at 400 W. Main St., Durham, of
fers free assistance to taxpayer the year round.
Anyone needing personal assistance with tax pro
blems may visit any weekday from 10 a.m. to 3:45
p.m. No appointment necessary.
A VOLUNTEER IS NEEDED at a health care
facility to escort patients to designated places and
back to their rooms.
Also, a 12-year-old black youth would love to
have a big brother to do things with. His mother is a
single parent who works full time. His younger
sister has a big sister and he feels left out.
To volunteer or learn of other needs, call the
Volunteer Services Bureau 688-8977 or 688-9049,
weekdays, 9' a.m.-4 p.m
CALENDAR ITEMS should reach us no later
than Friday before the desired publication date.
Two to three weeks prior is even better! Mail to:
Calendar, The Carolina Tunes, P.O. Box 3825,
Durham, NC 27702. No charge.
HORSE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS A
series sponsored by the Durham County
Agricultural Extension Service is being planned for
January 6, 13, 20, 24. The first three sessions will be
held at the Agricultural Building at 721? Foster
Street, Durham, starting at 7 p.m. each Tuesday
evening. ... t
A variety of topics will be covered including
nutrition, pasture management, reproductive
management, health, and dealing with common
vices. Speakers include a veterinarian, horse
specialists from N.C. State University and North
Carolina Department of Agriculture, a farrior anr4.
local stable managers.
The fourth and final session will be a fitting nd
showmanship workshop on Saturday, January 24,
at Lochill Farm.
the programs are being geared specifically for
adults and there should be something of interest to
everyone, no matter what type horse you own.
Anyone interested in attending these workshops is
asked to register by January 5 by calling the Agri
cultural Extension Office at 688-2240.
PAGEANT SCHEDULED The Durham
Business and Professional Chain has announced
February 1 as the date for its annual "Ms. Durham
Business and Professional Chain" Pageant. Those
ladies interested in competing for the title of "Ms.
Durham Business and Professional Chain" and
those businesses interested in sponsoring a young
lady, should contact Ms. Taylor at the Chain office,
688-7356, for further details.
JOIN GIRL SCOUTS - If you are a girl bet
ween the ages of 6-17 or an adult of any age, male
or female, Girl Scouts want YOU! Have fun, make
new friends, be a part of something great! In
Durham, call 493-3234 or 489-2886.
REGISTRATION, for Durham Technical In
stitute's winter quarter classes will be held at
Durham Tech on Tuesday, January 6, from 9 a.m.
until 7:30 p.m. Winter classes begin January 7. For
more information, contact Durham Tech's Admis
sions Office at 596-9311.
FREE FEATURE MOVIES wiU be shown each
Saturday at 3 p.m., in the auditorium of the
Durham County Public Library. "The T.A.M.I
Show" is scheduled for Jan. 3. No film on Jan. 10,
but plan to see "I Have A Dream, Heritage In
Black" on January 17, in honor of the birthday of
the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
PLAN YOUR FOURTH OF JULY NOW. The
early bird catches the worm. The Durham Parks
and Recreation Department is asking for your help
in planning, the Fourth of July celebration and other
special events for the City of Durham for 1981 . Do
you know of any new events we could offer? Con
tact your nearest recreation center, or call the
department at 682-1373 to give your suggestions
before January 5.