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t-THf CMOUNft TIMES SATUROAY, SEPTEMBER II. 19tt
Calendar and Announcements
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fetch m NO LATER THAN FRIDAY before the
desired publication week. Two to three weeks prior is
even better! No charge. Mail to:
The Carolina Times
P.O. Box 3825
Durham. NC 27702.
BLACK NAVY VETERANS CELEBRATION
The first reunion of World War II Black Navy
. Veterans of Great Lakes, marking the 40th anniver
sary, will be held at the Naval Training Center, Great ;
I Lakes, Illinois on Friday, September 24. For infor
mation contact James T. Howard, P.O. Box 327, .
Hyannis, MA 02601. Telephone (617) 775-5741. All
Great Lakes veterans are urged to' attend this first
LECTURE James Davidson, "Exploring the
Last North American Wilderness Yesterday and
Today." Stewart Theatre, NCSU, Raleigh, Sept. 22,
7;30 p.m. Free. 737-2453.
MEN IN MID-LIFE The Counseling Service at
Duke's Office of Continuing Education will sponsor
In eight week workshop, "Men in Mid-Life: Issues
and Changes," beginning Wednesday, Sept. 22,
8-9:30 p.m. .
In this workshop men will have the chance to
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'males, and to examine how social and cultural,
changes are affecting the male self image. Reading
materials and a discussion format will be used to help
participants' explore ways to deal with the issues and
changes facing men in mid-life.
' Workshop sessions will be held at Bivins Building
on Duke's East Campus. For registration and further
.information, call 684-6259. '
GENEALOGY FOR BEGINNERS WORKSHOP
I Durham County Library will offer a free
ueneaiogy tor Beginners worKsnop, cunsiMmg ui
three class sessions at the library and a trip to the
North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. The class
sessions will be held in the 3rd floor Conference
'Room at the library on Sept. 30, Oct. 7, and Oct. 14
(Thursdays) from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The trip to the
Archives will be Saturday, October 23. As class size is
limited to 20, pre-registration is recommended. To
register, phone Ms. Anne Berkley, 683-2626.
THE NEW NEGRO RENAISSANCE A series
of lectures, films and seminars entitled "The 'New
Negro' Renaissance: Harlem in the 'Twenties' is be
ing offered at the Durham County Library from
September through November, This series is co
sponsored by the Duke University Office of Continu
ing Education and the Durham County Library and
is assisted bv the North Carolina Humanities Com
mittee. The lectures and films are open free of charge
to the public; the seminars are offered for a nominal
fee. -'.: -v.,,,
Guest speakers will lecture on Marcus Garvey and
black nationalism (September 22), Blacks on Broad
way (September 29), Jazz musicians (October 6),
author Jean Toomer (October 20), and the Harlem
Church (November 3). ; Noted writer and actress
Maya Angelou will put in a special appearance at
N.C, Central University on November II, speaking
on female writers of the Harlem Renaissance.
Films include an award-winning archival
documentary entitled "I Remember Harlem"
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.'features starring Duke Ellington and Bessie Smith.
(October 10), "The Emperor Jones," with Paul
Robeson (October 10), and the silent melodrama
"Scar of Shame" (October 31)
- Five-week seminars on various aspects of Harlem
Renaissance literature are offered in the daytime and
evening and require advance registration.
I Details of the entire series are available from the
! Office of Continuing, Education, 107 Bivins, on
1 Duke's East Campus,' and main and branch Durham ,
County Libraries.'; For more information call
684-6259. , - ; .
JAZZ FOR THE FUN OF IT The Carolina
Union (Chapel Hill) will sponsor "Jazz For The Fun
Of it", an afternoon of jazz performed by some 30 of
the area's leading musicians, on Sunday, Sept. 19,
2-6 p.m., in the Pit (on the UNC campus) Per
formers scheduled to appear include Brother Yusuf.
and Friends, Bus Brown, Frankie Alexander, The '
Moon Brothers and Connie Prince, Goldfinger, Al
Doctor, and the Wilmington Three. "Jazz For The
Fun Of It" is free and picnicking is welcomed.
BEEKEEPING SCHOOL The Durham1
Agricultural Extension Service will conduct a 3-week
beekeeping school with Dr. John Ambrose, En
tomology Specialist, starting Sept. 28. The school is
free of charge, but pre-registration by Sept. 20 is re
quired. Call 688-2240.
BOOK DONATIONS NEEDED The Annual
Book Sale, sponsored by the Friends of the Library,
will be held September 25-26 at the Main Library. Be
a friend and donate your books. Please box the'
books and bring them to your closest branch of Main
Library as soon as possible. All proceeds go to the
Durham County Library for special projects. Dona
tions are tax deductable.
The preview sale will be held September 24, 5-8
p.m. for those who wish to become a member of the
Friends and for current members. Refreshments will
be served at the preview sale. Sale hours on Saturday,
Sept. 25, 10a.m.-6p.m.; Sunday, Sept. 26, 2-6 p.m.,
at the Main Library garage.
For more information, call Ms. Kathy Walters,
596-9311, ext. 321. DTI.
1982 STREET ARTS CELEBRATION Plans
are now underway for the 1982 Durham Street Arts
Celebration, sponsored by the Durham Arts Council.
The festival will be held Saturday, Sept. 25 from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Sept. 26 from 1 to 5
p.m. in downtown Durham, stretching the length of
Main Street fromTive Points to Mangum St., and
also including Morris, Market and Corcoran Sts., the
Durham Arts Council building and the grass lot next
to the Herald-Sun.
There will be arts and crafts displays, dancers and
. musicians performing continuously on three stages.
A diversity of food and drink will be available at
The DAC also needs volunteers to help out in a
variety of jobs during the festival. Anyone interested
in volunteering time can get a form at the Arts Coun
cil or call 682-5519 and give the information by
FREE MOVIES The Durham County Public
Library presents a feature movie each Saturday at 3 ,
' p.m., in the auditorium. No admission is charged.'
The next scheduled movie, Sept. 18, is "A Hard
Day's Night". 24 hours in the life of the Beatles as
they were in 1964, inventively directed by Richard
Lester. Critic Andrew Sarris called "A Hard Day's
Night" ''The 'Citizen Kane' of juke box musicals".
Starring John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George
Harrison and Ringo Starr, with music by Lennon and
McCartney. 85 min., b&w.
STORYTELLING FESTIVAL The Tarheel
Association of Storytellers will have its first outdoor
storytelling festival in Salem Square in Old Salem
Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Open to the
public, free. Come and bring your favorite story to
share at '01io Times" during the day. Featured
storytellers will be: Flonnie Anderson, James Smith,
Shirley Holloway and Louise Pulley. The Festival
will bring storytellers together for a face to. face in
teraction and the swapping of tales and technique.
For additional information contact Shirley
Holloway: 727-2203 or 788-8948.;
FLEA MARKET AND YARD SALE - Greater
-Durham Chapter 1675, Women of the Moose, will
sponsor a yard sale and flea market at the Moose
Lodge, 406 E. Trinity Ave., Sept. 18, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Items will include handcrafts, baked goods, clothes,
nick nacks, ceramics, shoes, etc.
BENEFIT SUPPER - There will be a benefit sup
per on Sept. 25, 1 1-8 for Public Safety Officer Ed
ward Clements at the Moose Lodge, 406 E. Trinity
Ave. Barbecue, brunswick stew, etc. $5 per plate.
Eat in or take out. All proceeds go to the Edward
FALL FILM SERIES Chapel Hill Public
Library. Wednesday evening only at 7 p.m.
September 22: Rudyard Kipling, Marcel Proust,
Walt Whitman, Ernest Hemingway Four writers,
four different perspectives, each possessing his own,
unique character. 1 10 min.
FALL CLASSES The W.D. Hill Recreation
Center. 1308 Fayetteville St., is conducting registra
tion for fall classes and programs. Adult classes will
be offered in ceramics, aerobic slimnastics, cake
decorating, modern dance, intermediate sewing,
cross stitch, African dance, macrame. Kung-Fu;
Senior Citizens classes, free to persons 65 and over:
ceramics, physical exercise, advanced macrame, sew
ing and holiday crafts.
ANTI-POVERTY PUBLIC HEARING Opera
tion Breakthrough, Inc. will hold a public hearing to
review and receive comments about its 1983 com
munity Anti-Poverty Plan on Wednesday, Sept. 22,
at 7:30 p.m.., in the auditorium of the Whitted School
Building, 200 E. Umstead St., in Durham. All in
terested parties are invited to attend.
A general description of this Anti-Poverty Plan is
available to the public for. review in the ad
ministrative office of Operation Breakthrough.
HOME NURSING AND EXPECTANT
PARENTS COURSES The Durham County,
Chapter of the American Red Cross will offer a
course in Home Nursing beginning Sept. 20, 7-10
p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays through Oct. 6.
Topics include: recognizing signs and symptoms of il
lness, bathing, bed making, taking vital signs, handl
ing medications, and special needs of the elderly.
The course for expectant parents begins Sept. 22.
Classes will meet 7-9 p.m. for six consecutive
Wednesdays. Activities focus on development of
baby, exercises, labor and delivery, special needs of
expectant parents, and caring for baby through the
first year. .'"' '
A minimum fee is charged for each course. Cer
tificates will be given to all who successfully complete
For more information, call the Red Cross office,
BABYSITTING COURSE The Durham Coun
ty Chapter of the American Red Cross will offer an
eight-hour Babysitting course for youths between the
ages of I I and 17, Sept. 18 and 25, 9 a.m.-l p.m. A
minimum fee is charged. Certificates will be given to
all who successfully complete requirements. For
more information, call 489-6541.
THE AFTERNOON ROOM The Durham
Parks & Recreation Department and the Durham Ci
ty Community Education Program operates an after
school recreation program at Y.E. Smith and East
End schools, Monday-Friday, 2:30-5:30 p.m., on
school days. Small weekly fee. For more informa
tion, contact the Recreation Department at 683-4355
or the Community Education office at 682-5786.
FALL FILM FESTIVAL The Carrboro Recrea
tion and Parks Dept. Fall Film Festival opens Friday,
Sept. 24, featuring quality films selected especially
for children ages 4 to 12. The coming feature is based
on the award-winning novel by Scott O'Dell, "Island
of the Blue Dolphin." All films arc shown in the Car
rboro Elementary School Auditorium. Admission is
75 per person. For more information, call 942-8541 .
TUTORIAL PROGRAM Operation
Breakthrough, Inc., sponsors YEP - Youth Enrich
ment Program, for low-income high school students
who want tutorial assistance to improve their school
work. If you are having trouble with your school
' work, come by Operation Breakthrough or call Ms.
Donald Daniels at 683-8731.
THE N.C, MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE
433 Murray Avenue, Durham. 477-0431.
PLAYGROUND PHYSICS EXHIBIT - part of a
National Science Foundation project' now'.on display
in the museum's Science Arcade through October 12.