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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES-
SAT., AUGUST t,1S3t
Calendar And Announcements
CONCERT The White Rose Circle Club is
sponsoring Mrs. Sylvia Smith Prescott in concert.
Sunday, August 2, 5 p.nu at St. Mark AME Zion
Church; She will be accompanied by Mrs. Hazel
Smith. Also on the program will be the Amey
Jubilee Singers and the James Herndon Singers. .
The public is invited. "
. THE HAZEL B. PLUMMER BOWLING
LEAGUE will hold its organizational meeting on
Monday,T August 10, Room 116, NCCU Biology
Building at 7:30 p.m. All interested persons are ask .
cd to attend or be represented at this meeting for
teams. There will be no meeting on tne. first night of .
b'owling which is Monday, September 14, at 8:40
p.m. .'." . t , .
TENNIS LESSONS are offered at Edison
Johnson Recreation Center on an bn-going basis
Monday and Wednesday mornings at 9 a.m. and
10:30. Cost for 12 hours of instruction is $22 for Ci-,
ty residents arid $24 for non-residents. Register at
Edison Johnson Recreation Center or call 683-4355
for more information. Resource person: Ms. Eileen
SUMMER ACTIVITIES FOR TEENS The
Young Adult Section of the Durham County
Library is holding a series of filmdiscussion ses
sions each Friday afternoon' at 3 p.m. in the
auditorium of the Main Library. July 31-"Navajo:
The Last Red Indians; Aug. 7-"The Other Way and.
Solar Energy,." ... : v' ' .
For teens who are print-oriented, a book discus
sion will begin at. 3 p.m. each Wednesday. Area,
teens may join both groups. Call Ms. Laura
Gorham at 683-2626 for more information. ;
SCSC CLASS REUNION The South Carolina
State College Class of '71 will hold its first reunion
September 18-19 at the Carolina Townhouse, 1615
Gervais St., Columbia, S.C.
Deadline, for, reservations at .the Carolina
Townhouse is August 1.; All reunion fees should be ;
paid by this date, also, according to a class
spokesman. , , -' ,
For further information, call Andrew Hugine at
536-7062 or 534-2325; Bill Hamilton at ,536-7060,
534-1649 or 534-1814; or Leroy Morant at
536-6104. (An area code 803).
. FOOD STAMP COMPLAINTS - A new.
regulation for handling complaints about the Opera
tion of the Food Stamp Program went into effect in
Durham County On July 1. It ensures that .an
avenue also exists for clients wishing to complain
about delays in processing their application or the
general service they have received in the County
Department of Social Services, Food Assistance
Section. Within ninety days the state will ivestigate
the complaint and respond in writing to the client;
A change in the amount of money a one or twd
person household can be credited with paying for
utilities also went into effect on July 1. food
stamp household that is billed for utilities can be
given credit for a standard amount in place of the
actual billed amount. In many instances this enables
these households to qualify for additional food
stamps. The utility standard for one and two person
households will increase to S95 and S 123, respec
tively. - ' " !,c -1' -
PHOENIX FESTIVAL. 'SI The West End
Community Action Group and the Sallam Cultural -Center
announced the annual summer celebration ,
of the West End Community scheduled forSatur
day, August 15, , , V( ' ; :
The Festival is a day of fun and games, music,
tasty food and cool drinks, some heavy dancing,'
but most of all a day of recognition of the com
munity's efforts to improve the neighborhood. '
Area musicians, crafts people and community
organizations are invited to participate in Phoenix
Festival '81. For more information, call 493-5431 or
BULL CITY CARPOOLING PROGRAM Save
the gas. Call the one regionally coordinated pro
gram, TRI-A-RIDE, (Triangle Area Ridesharing .
Program), 549-9999, for names of others traveling
your route. . f
CALENDAR ITEMS . AND AN
NOUNCEMENTS for this column should reach us
no later than Friday before the desired publication
week. Two to three weeks prior is even better! Mall
to: Calendar, The Carolina Times, P.O. Box 3825,
Durham, NC 27702. No charge. r
ARTIST'S EXHIBIT Inspirational works by '
Gary Abdullahi, former New York-based artist, are
being shown at the Durham County Library, 300 N.
Roxboro St., through. August 11. Hours are
Mondas- Friday 9-9; Saturday, 9-6. ' . . V
TEN'S IS TOURNAMENT The City-County
Open Tennis Tournament Will be, held July
31-August 7 at the Rock Quarry Tennis Courts, for
' youths and adults. ' - "
NEW CLUB FORMING A club is being .
- organized in Durham for physically handicapped
persons between the ages of 20 and 40. All in-- "
terested persons are asked to write Ms. L. Edwards,
P.O. Box 1599, Durham, N.C. 27702, giving your ',.
name and address. Information will be sent to you '
regarding the time and place of the first meeting.. - - ,
" BLACK ' CHILD CONFERENCE The ,
Eleventh Annual Conference of the National Black 1
Child Development Institute will be held October ,
" 8-10, at the Capitol Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC. ;
A special block of rooms at the Hilton has been -
reserved at greatly reduced rates for conference par
ticipants. 'This block wilt be released for general, v
1 reservations after September 16. Deadline for pre
1 registration for the conference is September 18, , -,
1 For registration forms andor further informa- f ;
tion, contact NBCDI; 1463 Rhode Island Ave.,
NW, Washington, D C; 20005. -TENNIS
" COURTS AVAILABLE The
Durham Parks and. Recreation Department has ten- C
-'nis courts available for rental. Groups may rent ,
' available courts at the rate of $1 per hour per court
day use or $1.25 per hour per court night use. Make
tennis a part of your, next family or business social.
Call Ms. Eileen Witt at 683-4355 to reserve your
. courts now! '"-
NCCU ARTISTS: NEW HORIZONS Art ex- H .
hibit through Summer'School, North Carolina Cen
tral University Museum of Art. No admission
charge; Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Friday; 2-5
p.m., Sunday r- . - ' - ' ,
WHY BE BORED THIS SUMMER when you
can revitalize your life with local classes and courses
- from photography to tennis to Introduction to
Computers. Project LIFT has area information, ,
reference and referral on adult education. Contact "
Project LIFT at 683-2626 Ext. 31 or -visit at the
Durham County Library, 300 N. Roxboro St.
Hours are 9-9 Monday and Tuesday and 9-5:30 :
Wednesday through Saturday. LIFT also has ,
Employment Security Commission : job listings
FALL SURVIVAL COURSE OFFERED - To
the average spectator, football consists of a quarter
back, a running backhand a receiver playing the
game almost totaUy by themselves. The work of the ,
other players and the intricate team strategy often
go unnoticed by the casual football fan. The . r
members of the Duke University Football Coaching
staff, in conjunction with the Office of Continuing -Education,
have prepared a one-evening seminar
which will better prepare participants for the com
ing season of America's favorite spectator sport.
The Seminar will be held on Wednesday, August .
12, 7:30-9:30 p,m.; in the air-conditioned Football 1
Squad Room of Cameron Indoor Stadium. A $5 fee
will be charged. Registration may be cpmpleted by
mailing the fee, along with youf name, address and
telephone number to: Ms. Marilyn Hartman, Office ,
of Continuing Education, Duke University, 107
' r Bivins Building, Durham, NC 27708. Registrations
' will also be accepted at the door, space permitting.
. FREE FEATURE MOVIES are shown each .
Saturday at 3 ? p.nw in the auditorium of the
Durham County Public Librsuy. Plan to see " How .
Green Was My Valley" August 1; "I Heard The .
Owl Can My Name'VAugust S."'
NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN r-i? Applications ,
ire now being accepted for the fall session of the
North Carolina k-. Central University Nursery
Kindergarten beginning in September. For further .
. information, caU 683-6447 or visit the NCCU
fc Nursery-Kindergarten at the Diana S, Dent Home
i Economics Building at North Carolina Central
SUMMER SCENES, SUMMER PLACES, an
7 exhibit of members' art will be on display through .
August 2 at CenterGallery, 1 1 8-A E.: Main St .
Carrboro. Hours: Friday and Saturday, 11-5; Sun
day, 2-5. For further information, call 967-1316 or '
THE PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS of Janet
Burgess representing the theme of "Landscapes of -the
Mind" will be on display August . 7,31 at ,
' CenterGallery, I I8-Af E. : Maitti St.i Cartboroi i
. Hours are Fri. & Sa.i 1 tSi Sum 1-5. An opening-,,
reception will be held Friday; August 7, 8-10 p.m; ,
For more information, " call 967-1316 or
r t t. ft ,i t , ' " I
919944-1735. " ,
AUGUST CLASSES & - WORKSHOPS at,
Durham Arts Council: Let's Throw Pots (ages 9 &
up) beginning August 6; Oay for children (ages 5-8)
beginning August 10; and for ages 5-7: Paper -
Airplane uesign-migusi o, mm
August 13; Print Making-August ZU.
PARENT ORIENTATION PROGRAM The
Shepard Junior High School invites 'parents of in
coming students to meet in the school's library on
Thursday, August 6, at 2 p.m. The purpose of the
meeting is to acquaint parents with the school, com-
rauuiiy, rcguiauuns, aviivmcs, vovvv F,ve""r
cultural arts programs, nonacadiemic program and
other resources. H.E; Tatum Jr.v is principal.
MUSEUM OF. LIFE AND SCIENCE 433
Murrav Avehut. Durhami isvopen 10 a.m. to 6-
p.m., Tuesday through Saturday 1-6. p.m., Sun
day. Call 477-0431 for information. '' v , -'
Workshops There are still openings in the Edi
ble Wild Plants, and Papermaking and Printing
workshops ForK details Mnd registration, call
?rweekday?477-043t ; ;'-.vc : " . .
a Computers Beginning in August, the NCMLS
will have six Apple computers available for rental
by those who have Enough expertise to use them in
dependently, if you are interested in learning about
rental of the computers, there wiU be a meeting on
AugusM at T.$Q&m: at the Museum. Rental is
available for grades 6 and up. ' . " ,
Exhibit - "Encounter With Saturn an exhibi
tion j of 35 i up-to-date and. dramatic color
photographs of Saturn taken during the 1980 fly
by, will be on display through August 29.
SUMMER LEISURE CLASSES Carrboro
Recreation and Parks Department . is taking
registration for classes in Adult arid Youth Piano,
Karate,1 English' Handsmocking Aerobic Dance,
Adult and Youth Tennis, Women's Fitness.' For
more 'information; call 942-8541, extension 203,
' LILLIAN HELLMAN PLAYS Triangle area
theatre goers can see Theatre In The Park's next
two plays by Lillian Hellman: "The Children's
Hour" July 31-August 2; and "Another Part Of
The Forest" August 21-23. Adults $4; students $3.
Call 755-6058 or 755-6936. .
ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING CLASS is of
fered by the Durham YWCA through August 25,
7-9 p.m. Come role play your way to healthier
behavior. Class will meet at the YWCA, 809 Proc
tor St. Call 688-4396 to register.' Registration is
underway also for Pediatric First Aid, Sign
Language, Upholstery, Mixology. Call the Y for
further information. ' . . ' ' , '
YWCA MINI DAY CAMP for children ages 5-12
Twaam ABimt tAI CuMmmtnn rtc orH raftc :
, drama," music, games and picnics; Register flow.
nMXam nn rriii'if lr . . jiii iif rii . v.uuuicii nidv -
attend one or ootn weeKS.--,:. ' ? -
EVENING OF JAZZ f FOR HOW ARD t U.
GRADS On August 12 at 6 p.m., an organiza
tional meeting of the :Trianele Area Howard
I IniuArciiu Alumni Accnlatinn Uill h YitA The
Artist Corner, 133'4 E. Hargett St., Raleigh. Of-
' From 7:30 until 9:30. live entertainment will be oro-
- vided by "Reggie", an outstanding young local jazz
MiicSSan Th uSH h a acK hor Punt it rtnn l .
IIIUJIVIUIl I IIUV I.. w Vk VM.II WU1 . WTVIII . f wvw.. .
all Howard atumni and friends in Raleigh, Durham,
. Chapel Hilt and surrounding areas.
- For ! further information, contact Geoff Sim-v
mons, 828-8787, ' . ,
DOWNTOWN FARMERS' MARKET.
Operates ' from 9 a.m.' until 3:30 p.m. on
Wednesdays and Fridays in Holland Street Mall,
sponsored by the Durham Parks and Recreation
Department. For more information, call 683-4355.
VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES The ; Durham
Parks and Recreation Department will be holding
an organizational meeting fpr youth: and adult
volleyball leagues on Wednesday, August 5 at 7
p.m.; at the Edison Johnson Recreation Center, 600
W. Murray Ave. all interested persons should at
tend this meeting to find out registration pro
cedures, entry fee costs, league rules, etc. For more
information, contact ! Ms. Angela ; Joines at
"'OBT MEETINGS Emmanuel Council, 8-1.1,
Day Care Center, 7:30 p.m.; Eva Street Council,
8-11. House to House; Few Gardens Council, 8-11,
Rec Center. 7:30 p.m.; Hover Road Council, 8-12,
' Reeriterw 7:30t McDoiigald -.Terracir Council;
-iu, Kec center, f p.m.; mm urove council, b-j,
Mount Level Church, 8 p.m.; Oxford Manor Coun
cil. 8-12, Rec Center, 7:30 p.m.