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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY. JULY 24. 1982'
Calendar & Announcements
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LATER THAN FRIDAY before the desired publica
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No charge. Mail to:
The Carolina Times
P.O. Box 3825
Durham, NC 27702.
ALL-CLASSES REUNION A Durham College
All-Classes Reunion will be held Saturday, August
28, 4-8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. L.M. Harris,
304 East Umstead Street, Durham.
The event wilt be in the form of a potluck lunch
dinner on the lawn.
All former faculty, graduates and students of
' Durham College are invited to attend and bring a
dish to share. While there are no fees or charges, per
sons planning to attend are asked to notify Mrs.
, Gwendolyn Suitt at (919) 544-7459, Durham, as soon
as possible. -
DELTA SIGMA THETA REUNION - A group
of Charlotte Deltas from Alpha Lambda Chapter
and North Carolina College (now NCCU), is plann-
: ing a Delta Reunion to be held in Charlotte, August
13-15 at the Radisson Plaza Hotel.
. All sorors who were initiated into Alpha Lambda
or who graduated from NCCU and were initiated in
to a graduate chapter later are invited. Sorors are in
vited to participate irrespective of financial status
1 with a local chapter or National Chapter,
' Any sorors who have hot been contacted are urged
to immediately contact Miss Margie C. Morris, 2520
Tanglebrook Lane, Charlotte, NC 28216.
THE BIMBE CULTURAL ARTS FESTIVAL, on
the campus of North Carolina Central University,
will will conclude Saturday, July 24. Admission is
"Black Images in Film", a film festival with
Thalmus Rasulala and Tom Evans, 7:30 p.m., B.N.
Thursday, July 22, "Cornbread, Earl and Me"
Gospel Extravaganza, 7:30 p.m.. University
Theatre, Farrison-Newton Communications
Building, Friday, July 23.
Community Festival, with music, crafts, food and
children's activities, 1-8 p.m., Library Bowl, NCCU,
Saturday, July 24. (Rain date: July 31.)
Bimbe is sponsored by the Durham Parks and
Recreation Department, NCCU, and Radio Station
ASK THE COMPUTER DAY If you need ad
ditional information to help you make decisions
about college andor a career, mark your calendar
and come to Project LIFT, 2nd floor or the Durham
County Library, August 12. Liz Davis, a counselor
with the Educational Opportunity Center, will help
you use the Guidance Information System, a
computer-based system which provides information
on occupations, two and four-year colleges,
graduate and professional schools, and sources of
scholarshipsand financial aid. To schedule computer
time, phone LIFT, 683-2626, ext. 31.
SUMMER FILM SERIES at the Chapel Hill
Public Library, 523 East Franklin Street; Admission
is free. All films are shown on Tuesday .and Wednes
day, beginning at 7 p.m. Please use Boundary Street
entrance for parking.
Jury 27-28: "The Awful Truth'V (1938, 92 min.,
BW). One of the best screwball comedies of the thir
ties in which a separated couple sabotage each other's
love affairs while awaiting their divorce. Leo Mc
Carey directs Ralph Bellamy, Cary Grant and Irene
Dunne in this film. :
TAKE A VACATION AT THE LIBRARY - A
travel film series at Durham County Library will con
tinue through the end of July. Films will be shown at
7 p.m., on Wednesday and at 10:30 a.m., on Thurs
day mornings in the Main Library Auditorium. The
series is free and the public is invited. Film for July
28-29 is "Spain: The Land & The Legend",
THE GREENSBORO JUSTICE FUND will spon
sor a speaker and raffle-drawing on Sunday, August
1, at the Community Church on Purefoy Road in
1 Chaptl Hill. Admission will be charged. Call Mark
Silver at 541-4946 for mofe information.
REGISTRATION FOR KINDERGARTEN AND
FIRST GRADE in the Durham County Schools will
continue through the summer. Parents should
register children Monday through Friday, between
8:30 and 3:30, at the school their child will be atten
ding. Kindergarteners must be five years old and first
graders six years old by October 1 6. Bring birth cer-
SLIMNASTICS CLASSES The W.D. Hill
Recreation Center, 1308 Fayetteville St., will offer,
free aerobic slimnastics classes beginning Monday,
July 26, 6:30-7:30 p.m. For more information call
; A NEW FARMERS' MARKET will open on
. Minerva Avenue (at Durham High School) on Satur
day, July 24. Sellers and buyers are invited to par
ticipate on Saturdays, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., through
Items to be sold include farm and garden produce,
plantspreserved items and baked goods.
Seller fee is $1 per -week. Operating rules and
regulations are available through the Agricultural
Extension Office. Call 688-2240.
A ONE DAY CAREER ASSESSMENT.
WORKSHOP will be held at Duke University's Of
fice of Continuing Education on Saturday, July 24,
9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The workshop, offered by the :
Counseling Service, will ;be open to anyone J
. dissatisfied in hisher present job, considering career
i change, or wanting) to examine long range career ;
' plans. v.
The session will include guidance and resources for .
self-assessment and career exploration, along with
group discussion. For information on workshop and
fees, call Ms. Darlene Wells at 684-6259.
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.
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 taken between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, For
more information, call 683-8731, 682-3209, or
is offering home weatherization free of charge to
qualified residents. These services include
weatherstripping, replacing broken windows attic
insulation, and storm windows. For more informa
tion, call the Weatherization Coordinator at
Operation Breakthrough is located at 200 East
Umstead Street in Durham.
DANGEROUS JOB? Could your job be hurting ,
you 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 a speaker for your group, call 286-9249.
FINANCIAL AID FOR SCHOOL - EOC
(Educational Opportunity Center) has .the latest in
formation on federal campus-based and independent
. aid funds and a counselor available to assist you.
Financial Aid Forms (FAF), Family Financial
Statements (FFS) and Basic Grant (BEOG) applica
tions are available at the EOC satellite office, 208 S.
Main St., Roxboro. Call your nearest EOC satellite
' office today: Bragtown Library, 1-5 p.m., Friday,
Ms. Dorothy Yarborough; Durham County Library,
1-5 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, Ms. Elizabeth
Davis; Ms.. Sheila Smith,- W. D. Hill, Recreation
,v Center Thursdays, 2-6.0.111,.
? : THE STUDIO DANCE SCHOOL Summer school
program includes classes in beginning gymnastics,
tap, ballet, jazz and aerobics. Call M-T-W, 5-7 p.m.,
GETTING A JOB IS HARD WORK. You need
special skills to help. Operation Breakthrough offers
classes just for you. If you are unemployed or only
working part-time, you may qualify for a two week
employment skills class which can help you find a
job. If you are interested, call Operation
Breakthrough at 683-8731. All- applicants must
report to the Intake Office. Operation Breakthrough
is an equal opportunity employer and program.
RECYCLE ALUMINUM All-aluminum
beverage cans, pie plates, foil, frozen food and din
! ner trays, dip, pudding and meat containers, siding,
gutters, storm door and window frames, lawn fur-;
niture tubing can be sold for extra cash, '
Effective through September 30, Reynolds will
purchase all-aluminum beverage cans and other j
properly-prepared recyclable aluminum ' products '
directly . from consumers at Northgate Shopping
Center in Durham, Tuesday through Saturday, 9-11
a.m; in Chapel Hill at Bay City Ice & Party Beverage
(Franklin St. at Merritt Mill Rd.), Tuesday through
Saturday, noon-1 p.m.; in Raleigh at Reynolds
Aluminum Recycling Co., 2807 Industrial Drive,
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ,
Additional information is available by calling toll
free 1-800-228-2525. . -
Monday, Jqly 26
3:00- 3:45 Cushman & Plummer Sts.
4:45-4:30 Wedgedale & Manson Sts.
6:30- 8:30 .Triangle Shopping Center
Tuesday, July 27
Gorman Kinder Care
JU.P.E. Day Care
.Lakewood Shopping Center
Wednesday; July 28 J
Rose of Sharon Day Care
Mt. Bethel Day Care
: --v 'Crest St.
.Weaver St. Community Ctr.
Thursday, July 29 -Maintenance Day
Friday, July 30 - Off the Road
Saturday, July 31
10:00-120 OnasHailg Shop Ctr.
2:30- 00 Shannon plaza
WORLD'S FAIR Don't miss this chanceof a
lifetimel Travel through the beautiful Smokey
Mountains to Knoxville, Tennessee to the J 982
World's Fair. Fare includes two nights lodging," two
days fair admission, luggage tags and porter service.
October 8-10. Deposit is required.
Williamsburg, Va. Discover early America in
beautifully restored Williamsburg historic
Jamestown settlement. Scheduled for early fall 1982.
Saturday, September 11. Deposit is required. -
Reservations for both trips are due August 15. Call
the YWCA, 809 Proctor St., for further information,
ATLANTIC CITY The Thrifty Service Club is
sponsoring a trip to Atlantic City, N.J., leaving
August 5 and returning August 8. If interested,
please contact Mrs. Mary Vanhook at 596-4067 for
BIG BROTHER NEEDED The Volunteer Ser
vices Bureau reports that an 11 -year-old boy needs a
big brother to take him places this summer. He en
joys playing and attending sporting events.
For more information, contact the Volunteer Ser
vices Bureau at 688-8977, weekdays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
SIXTY OR OVER Seniors,make yourself visi
ble. Volunteer through the Retired Senior Volunteer
, Program. Volunteers are needed to man an informa
tion dest in a busy hospital. This position requires a
responsible person who enjoys working with people.
RSVP provides travel reimbursement and free in
surance. For more information, call Ms. Helen
Pressley or Ms. Kathy Walters at 596-9311, ext. 321,
. Durham Technical Institute.