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Calendar & Announcements
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No charge. Mail to:
The Carolina Times
P.O. Box 3825
Durham; NC 27702.
YOUTH TENNIS The Durham Parks and
Recreation Department, in cooperation with the
South Durham Youth Athletics Association, is offer
ing tennis fundamentals clinics for youth ages S-12,
at W.D. Hill Tennis Courts, May 29, June 5 and 12,
10 a.m. Free.
On-site instruction will be provided. Register at
W.D. Hill Center (683-4292) or at the Durham Parks
and Recreation Department, 101 City Hall Plaza
(683-4355).. Parents and , interested adults are en
couraged to attend.
PINOCHLE TOURNAMENT The Durham
Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a
Double Deck Pinochle .Tournament Saturday, May
29, at the W.D. Hill Recreation Center on Fayet
teville Street. The Tournament is scheduled to start at
5 p.m., and registration will begin at 4 p.m. Cash
prizes will be given to the top four scores, and
refreshments will be provided. A small registration
fee will be charged. '
For more information, contact Gaston Patterson
LOST. YOUR JOB: NOW WHAT? A
workshop for people who have lost their job will be
offered by the Counseling Service at Duke's Office of
Continuing Education. "Lost Your Job: Now
What?" begins Wednesday, June 2, and will run for
six weeks through July 7, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.,
Learning how to cope with the disappointment of job
loss and developing positive strategies for entering a
job search will be the focus of the six sessions. For
further information on registration and feesMsall
684-6259. - - ' .
SUMMER PROGRAMS The W.D. Hill
Recreation Center will be offering summer programs
and classes for all age groups. ,
Adult classes will include ceramics; aerobic slim
nastics, photography, beginning sewing, modern and
African dance, crafts (crocheting or macrame), lamp
shade designing, and Kung-Fu. ,
Pre-teens may take modern and African dance,
gymnastics, and baton twirling. .
Senior citizens classes will include physical exer
cise, advanced macrame, ceramics, crocheting, and
flower arranging. ,
Teens may register for the Summer Teen Camp
which will include swimming, physical exercise, ten
nis, crafts, and photography classes, trips to the
Asheboro Zoo, Busch Gardens and others.
For more information, call 683-4292.
. DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS MENUS -
. May 31 -June 3
, Tuesday Manager's Choice. - .
Wednesday Manager's Choice.
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.. Wednesday Manager's Choice. . , "
Thursday Manager's Choice.
FREE CHEESE is being distributed through May
28 in Durham County to persons whose income is
-below 130 per cent of poverty and have less than
$1500 in resources ($3,000 for elderly couples). It is
part of . an additional 36,000 pounds of Federal
Volunteers are taking applications now and
distributing the surplus cheese from the basement of
the Durham County Social Services building. Unlike
the previous distribution, no cards will be mailed
from the agency. Anyone wishing to receive cheese
must apply or have someone apply for them. Any
questions should be addressed to the Durham County
Food Stamp Of flee at 683-3800.
Food Stamp recipients are also eligible for addi
tional cheese but will have to pick up "Authorization
. ; Cards at the Social Services building. ? .
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING Jv ;re will be
an organizational J meeting of a new Durham
. organization opposing U.S. policy in Central
America, on Wednesday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m.. at the -Friends
Meeting House, 404 Alexander, Durham.
This is the group's first meeting, and all interested
,- person -are welcome. 'r: : ''-. '.'. v y-,'".
YOUTH TENNIS The Durham 'Parks and
Recreation Department is sponsoring youth tennis
clinics to begin in mid-June Participants will be
registered on a first-come, first-serve basis until all v
classes are filled. m
The focus of the classes will be on fundamentals
and skills rather than competition.. Youth age five (5)
, through twelve (12) will be included. The clinics will,
be located at Whippoorwill Park. Please contact the
Durham Parks and Recreation Department,
683-4355, for further information. '
Deadline for application is June 18.
. WSSU SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION'
Winston-Salem State University ; will conduct
registration for all summer school classes May 31
from 8 a.m.-12 p.m., and 1-5:30 p.m., in the C.E.
'Gaines Center. Fees are based on the number of
credit hours taken and residency (in-state, out-of-.
state; boarding, non-boardingK ,
Two summer sessions will be held. The six-week
session will run from June 1-July 9. The four-week
. session will run from June 14-July 9. Interested per
sons should contact the Director of Summer School
at 761-2121. ? , kA-
. HILLSIDE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 32 -.
will meet May 28 at 4 p.m., in the home of Mrs. An
nie D. Wimberly, 510 Dowd Street. i,
RAPE VICTIMS Volunteers are available
24-hours a day by calling the crisis line at 9677273
(967-RAPE), Chapel Hill. A report can be made,
'without the victim identifying himself or herself, v"
, OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH
, offers low-income residents programs and
' assistance in Employment Skills, Consumer Educa- '
tion. Crisis Intervention and Youth Education. Ap
plications for these programs are now being taken
between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday
. ' Friday. For ; more information; . call 683-8731;
682-3209, or 682-4883. ' -
is now offering home weatherization free of charge ,
to qualified residents. .These services include '
weatherstripping,, replacing broken windows, attic i
' insulation, and storm windows. For more informa
tion, call the Weatherization Coordinator at'
Agricultural Teams, Inc. will conduct a Peoples
Farm to Market Day on June 12 from 8 a.m. to 5 -p.m.,
back of the Old Whitted School Building at 200
East Umstead Street in Durham. , Fresh fruits and
vegetables may be purchased at one-third below retail
price. For more information, call 682-3209 or
. 682-4883. :
; ' Operation, Breakthrough" is located at 200 East,'
Umstead Street in Durham.' ' A
ROSE SHOW POSTPONED Due . to the
unusually cool weather, the Chapel Hill Rose Society
has postponed the Rose Show previously scheduled .
for May 28-29. The new dates are June 4-5 when it is -expected
that roses scheduled for display and com
"petition will be in their prime of development.' The
rescheduled show wilLbe held in Chape) Hill's
University Mall in the west court. -.
;" . GYPSY The glittering panorama of show
business of a past era will be recreated at the Raleigh
" Little Theatre with the production of '"Gypsy",.
Broadway's musical comedy - hit : : based on the '
1 memoirs of, Gypsy Rose Lee,r Phyllis Busby will por-'
; ' jtray the role first created by Ethel Merman during the v
' - New York run of the musical in 1959 to 1961, as the
indomitable and tempestuous mother of burlesque's
legendary first lady. "Gypsy" will play at RLT May
28 through June 14. . .
For tickets or further ' information, call
(919)821-3111. ' ' . '
AMERICAN RED CROSS chapters will conduct
'. aquatic, first aid, and small craft schools to help
meet the need for qualified swimming, lifesaving,
first aid. CPR and boating instructors.
Schools are scheduled to allow" aquatic and boating
instructor candidates to take training before starting
summer activities, and to offer training for iri-plant
courses for emp.otrs to help businesses comply with
v OSHA requirements; -' ; :V'e;:'i-'
. Men and women 17 ears of age or over,, who are
better than average swimmers and physically fit, are
eligible for instructor training.
For additional information and application forms,
' interested persons should contact the Durham Coun
ty Chapter, 489-6541.
SUMMER YOUTH VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Students, ages 12-18, who wish to volunteer this
summer at the Veteran's Administration edical
Center, the Methodist Retirement Home or with the
' Bloodmobile Service, may call the American Red
Cross at 489-6541 for information and applications.
.TALF -' MEETING Triangle Area Lesbian
Feminists (TALF) will hold their monthly meeting on
Saturday, June 5, at 7 p.m. at the Y WCA, corner of
Vickers A Proctor Sts.V Durham..
There' wilt-ba poUuck ; supper followed by a
business meeting and slides"of the Isle of Lesbos.
' Child care will be provided. New members
welcome. . .. , -
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The Edison Johnson
Center is recruiting volunteers in the following areas:
classes, office, .summer day camp, landscaping,
maintenance, art work, child care and others. If you
are interested in volunteering your time and talents,
please call 683-4270 for further information.
Funship Camp registration dates for the first ses
sion: June 14-18, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Summer Classes at Edison Johnson Center in
clude: ballet, African dance, aerobics, jazz and tap,
Karate, Tae Chi,, modeling, bridge, ceramics,
Chinese cooking, macrame, lamp making, flower ar-
ranging pottery, physical exercise, art workshops
i and others. Call 683-4270 for further information.
DUST, FUMES. HEAT, NOISE, STRESS. IS
YOUR JOB MAKING YOU SICK? N.C. Occupa
tional Safety and Health Project (NCOSH), a non-
. profit group of labor and health worker volunteers,
' has technical skills and informational resources to
? help you free of charge If vou Or your group are in
terested, call 286-9249. .
, A BEGINNING DARKROOM LAB CLASS will
be offered at the Art School in Carrboro this summer
June 1-22, 7:30-9:30 p.m., taught 5 by Barbara
Tyroler. For more information call 942-2041 .
' SUMMER FILM SERIES begins at the Chapel
Hill Public Library, 523 East Franklin Street in June.
Admission is free. All films are shown on Tuesday
; and Wednesday, beginning at '7. p.m. Please use
Boundary Street entrance for parking.
June 1-2: "On The Waterfront' (1954, 108 min.,
B&W). We kick off our summer film program with
" aa Elia Kazan film starring a sjim Marlon Brando
and a beautiful Eva Marie Saint. This film, based on
the novel by Budd ,Schulberg is about one man's
, fight against corruption and racketeering on New
York's waterfront. It; is : interesting tO note that
Leonard Bernstein did the musical score and that the
film snatched eight Academy Awards.
TAKE A VACATION AT THE LIBRARY - A
travel', film series will begin at ; Durham County
Library on June 2 and will continue through the end
of July. Films Will be shown at 7 p.m., on Wednes
day and at 10:30 a.m., on Thursday mornings in the
Main Library Auditorium; the series is free and the
public is invited. ' . ' . '
i'f V'ce and Anthony Burgess Rome
,5iSK B GUIDE MAKING BIG
. MONEY Alfonso Elder Student Union wilt pre
sent a lecture by the nationally known George
Trower-Subira,'aMthor of Black Folk Guide (o Mak-'
W ?'g M()nyin America, on ThursdayJune 3, at"
7:30 p.m., on the campus of NCCU in the Student
Union Lounge. Admission is free and the public is in
vited. For more in'' -ion call 683-6494.
THE STUDIO DANCE SCHOOL summer school
registration is now underway. The summer program
includes classes in beginning gymnastics, tap, ballet,
jazz and aerobics. Reserve a place now Also ticket
information is available concerning the school's 14th
annual Youth Dance Revue. Call M-T-W, 5-7 p.m.,