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SAT., MARCH 6, 1K2 :
Calendar arid Announcements
' ITEMS for this column should reach us noisier
than FRIDAY before the desired publication week.
Two to three weeks orior is even better! Mail to:
Calendar, The Carolina Times, P.O. Box 3825,
Durham, NC 27702. No charge.
RENT AN ADMINISTRATIVE EAGLE
Members of the North Carolina Central University
Public Administration Club are available to help
with your nousenoia tasiis, inciuaing oaoy-simng
and lawn cleaning. The group is raising funds to at-
iena an pni lumcicuvv uu upiwiiuiuuh
of the 80s. To "Rent an Administrative Eagle," call
683-6023, 683-6182 or 683-6018 between 8 a.m. and 5
p.m., Monday through Friday. .
MELVIN CARVER, 2-D WORKS AND T,
SO UM ALAIN EN, 3-D WORKS - North Carolina
Central University Museum of Art, March 7-April
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Easter, April I I.) Museum hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9
a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday, 2-5 p.m. Admission free.
CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL Carrboro
Recreation and Parks Department's Children's Film
Festival will feature the film, "Black Beauty" on Fri
day, March 12. The film will begin at 7 p.m., in the
auditorium of Carrboro Elementary School. Admis
sion if 75 per person. .
CAREER OPTIONS FOR NURSES Saturday,
March 13. Morning panel: alternative work patterns,
new specialties, continuing education, and possible
career alternatives ouisiae oi nursing, tucrnoon
small group sessions: self assessment of values,' skills,
interests, and how to use that information in choos
ing career options. Full day, $40; half day (either ses-
. sion), $25. Office of Continuing Education at Duke
University. Registration must be completed in ad
vance through Marilyn Hartman, 107 Bivins, Duke
University, Durham NC 27708. Further information
may be obtained by phoning 684-6259.
GENEALOGY FOR BEGINNERS -'Durham
County Library will offer a free Genealogy for
Beginners Workshop, consisting of two class sessions
.at the library and a trip to the North Carolina State
Archives in Raleigh: The class sessions will be held in
the third floor Conference Room on -March 18 and
25 , 7:30-9 p.m. Trip will be Saturday, April 3.
Workshop will be repeated May 6, 13, and 22. Class
size is limited to 20 per session. Pre-registration
recommended. Phone Anne Berkley, 683-2626.
DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS MENUS
March 8 -12
milk. ; . '
Tuesday Fruit cocktail, cheese biscuit, choice of
Wednesday Assorted juice, sausage biscuit or
ready to eat cereal, choice of milk.
Thursday Chilled sliced peaches, peanut butter
bun or ready to eat cereal, choice of milk.
Friday . Orange juice, cinnamon bun or cereal,
choice of milk.
Monday Beefaroni wcheese, mixed vegetable
greens, pineapple . fruit salad, cornbread square,
choice of milk. ;
Tuesday Beef & cheese hoagie or ham & cheese
hoagie, 'tossed green salad, fresh orange, choice of
Wednesday Seasoned oven-baked chicken, fluf
.fy rice wbrown gravy, cut green beans, sliced
'peaches, whole wheat roll, choice of milk.
Thursday Old-fashioned baked beans w franks,
i steamed collards,- cinnamon applesauce, hot roll,
cookie, choice of milk.
Friday Fish fillet on bun, french fried potatoes,
creamy coleslaw, molded fruit gelatin, choice of
t MEAC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT -March
5-7, Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem. For
package ticket (games and social events) informa
tion, call (919)493-4561 Durham.
TALF MEETING Triangle Area Lesbian
Feminists will hold their monthly meeting on Satur
day, March 6, 7 p.m., at the YWCA, corner of
JVickers & Proctor Sts., Durham.
. There will be a business meeting followed by a
showing and discussion of th'e film "Annapurna, A
Woman's Place" and the videotape "Whitewater
Women". : .
Child care will be provided.
INSIDE MOVES A show featuring ihe draw
ings, paintings and sculptures of Sue Anderson,
Anne Barnett and Isabel Levitt will run March 5-28
at Center Gallery, 11 8-A EMain St., Carrbor6.
Gallery hours: II a.m.-7:30 p.m. Thursday; II
a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday-Saturday; 2-5 p.m. Sunday.
Opening reception will be Friday March 5, 8-10
p.m. For more information call 967-1316 or
942-2866. - --..-..- "W ,.
4-H CAMP REGISTRATION IS STARTING
NOW Camping opportunities for 9 to 13 year
olds, at Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Camp. Cost $60 per
week plus transportation. Camp includes canoeing,
swimming, crafts, sports and horseback riding. All
Orange County Boys and girls are welcome. For
more information, call the 4-H Office, 732-9361 , ext.
442 or 968-4501.
SESSION II WINTER CLASSES Carrboro
Recreation and Parks Department will sponsor a Kite
Making Workshop on Saturday, March 6 for ages
6-adult. . -
Registration for Youth Baseball and Softball has
begun. All boys and girls 7-15 years old interested in
playing must register at the Recreation and Parks Of
fice. A $5 fee and birth certificate are required at
Registration for Men's Medium Pitch and
Women's Slow- Pitch Softball will begin Tuesday,
March 16, at 8:30 a.m. A maximum of 12 teams will
be accepted into' each league on a first -come, first
serve basisRegistration fee is $270, inclusive of a ;
$120 deposit due at registration.
For more information, call 942-8541, extension
203. ; ' .. --v.::
YOU AND THE LAW: A FOUR-PART COM
MUNITY LAW SERIES Three remaining forums
sponsored by the North Carolina Central University .
Student Bar Association, will be: "Landlord-Tenant
Problems", March 9; "Everyday Contract Pro
blems", March 23; and, "Public Benefit Problems",
The public is invited to attend the series. All ses
sions will be held at 7 p.m., in Room 100 of the
Albert L. Turner Law Building, corner of Alston
Avenue and Cecil Street. For further information,!
contact NCCU School of Law at 683-6333.
ART EXHIBIT NCSU Student Center Gallery;
presents an exhibition of the works of German Ex
pressionist Painter, Christof Drexel (1886-1979)
through March 26 (Raleigh).
DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS MENUS
MARCH 8 12
Monday Cinnamon toast, juice, milk.
Tuesdays Scrambled eggs, orange juice, toast, ;
Wednesday Cereal, juice, milk.
Thursday Cheese toast, juice, milk.
Friday Manager's choice, milk.
Monday Manager's favorite, milk,
Tuesday Hot dog wchili, cole slaw, french
fries, pudding, milk.
Wednesday Spaghetti weat sauce, tossed salad,
peach slices, French bread, cookie, milk.
Thursday Fried chicken, mashed potatoes,
green beans, hot roll, gelatin wtopping, milk.
Friday Pizza, lettuce wedge wdressing, fruit
cup, cookie, milk.
ATTENTION TEENS You can go to Marine
Science Camp or Forestry-Wildlife Camp this sum
mer. They are open to all. Orange County teens. If,
you would like more information on the 4-H Camp
ing Program, call 732-9361, ext.442 or 968-4501.
HOOK UP WITH THE PROS - A sport fishing
school for the salt water fishing enthusiast will be of- N
fcred at the Harkers Island Fishing Center, located at
Grayson's Marina, for the four weekends in March. ;
The 3-day school will address such topics as bait
rigging, light tackle techniques, terminal tackle, and
many others. Expert instruction by professionals in;
the charter and sport fishing business will be provid-'
ed both in the classroom and aboard custom sport-j
: fishermen. ::"-i'ti
For informationreservations, contact Capt. Ran-.
dy Ramsay or Capt. Jim Luxton- at the Harkers
Island Fishing Center, P.O. Box 275, Harkers Island,
, NC 28531, phone (919) 728-3907, x, .
SPECIAL WORKSHOP- The Tuskegee
Institute-North Carolina Central University Research
Development in Black Institutions of Higher Educa
tion Project, funded by the Department of Health
and Human Services, Of fice of Human Development
Services, Washington, D.C., will host a workshop,
March 23-25 at the Howard Inn. Hotel . in
Washington, D.C. The workshop's theme is
"Toward the Year 2000: The New Federalism and
Private Sector Perspectives".
Topics and seminars will include: The New
Federalfsm, DHHSOHDS Research Agenda;
Grants Readiness Systems, The White House Black
College Initiative; Implications of the Reagan Tax
Reform Act for Philanthropy; Foundations and Cor
For further information, contact Alvin Major, Jr.,
Project Director, Office of the Vice President for
Development Affairs, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama
' 36088, (205)727-8338. ' .
SENIOR RECITAL Terry Gates, pianist, and
John Palmer, bass, will present their senior recital in
the Music Building Auditorium at North Carolina
Central University on Sunday, March 1 M 4 p.m; Ad
mission is free and public is invited to attend;
DO YOU LIKE CAMPING? The 4-H Camping
J Program is open to all Orange County Youth ages
9-19. If you would like more information, call the
4-H Office, 732-9361 or 968-4501, ext. 442.
Color in calligraphy workshop for
adults who have completed an introductory course in
f calligraphy. Saturday, March 6, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m;
r $15 furnish own supplies. Call the Durham Arts
Council at 682-5519. v
- v ROBOTS AND DROIDS MIXED MEDIA
WORKSHOP for children, ages 4-8. Wednesday,
March 10, 3:30-5 p.m. $5. Call Durham Arts Council
at 682-5519. it
RAPE VICTIMS Volunteers are available
24-hours a day by calling the crisis line at 967-7273
. (967-RAPE), Chapel Hill. A report can be made
without the victim identifying himself or herself.
DANGEROUS JOB? Could your job.be hurting
your health? Need information? N.C. Occupational
Safety and Health Project (NCOSH), a non-profit
group of labor and health worker volunteers can
help, free of charge. If you have questions, or would
like someone to talk to your group, call 286-9249.
EVENING LAW CLASSES - Anyone interested
in attending the North Carolina Central University
School of Law's Evening Program should contact:
Mrs. C.J. Anthony, Evening Program Admissions,
School of Law, NCCU, Durham 27707 or call: (919)
683-6333 after 2 p.m. daily for an application packet.
Applications are now welcomed for Fall 1982 admis-
TOM PAXTON CONCERT - On March 19 and
20, the Sallam Cultural Center presents singer-'
songwriter Tom Paxton in four shows at the Sallam,
1101 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham. Showtimes are 8
and 10. Tickets are $5 and available in advance at
Regulator Bookshop and PIFC food co-op in
Durham, Bulletproof Records and Oxbow Music in
Chapel Hill, the WQDR Store in Raleigh and at the
. door on the night of the show.
One of the most successful folk singers of the 60's,
Tom Paxton's songs have also been recorded by Joan
Baez, Peter, Paul & Mary, Arlo Guthrie, John
Denver, Dplly Parton, Doc Watson and others, His
songs are relevant to today's issues and his perfor
mance is warm and personable.
For more information, call 493-2096 or 286-3604.
THE N.C. MUSEUM OF ART, 107 E. Morgan
iSt.,, Raleigh, is open Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.;
i Sun., 2-6 p.m. (Closed Mondays and state holidays.)
Admission is free. For information, phone 733-7568
or weekends, 733-3248.