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The Charlotte post. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1918-????, March 23, 1978, Page 11, Image 11

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J’s Day Center Day Care Center Jting applications rs ages 2-5 for its on-campus stu g; Irwin Belk Day 1 is scheduled to two weeks and wo-fold purpose - are for up to 50 to offer up to 50 for JCSU Early uucation majors, re Center will be .m. - 5:30 p.m. ugh Friday, all 12 the year.lt will non-profit basis, 3.50 weekly for $21.50 for pre nd older. An addi litiation fee will ration costs and if any economic :kground will be m any section of ounty, according y Golson, coordi iy Childhood Ed The facility will have a professional staff in addition to student assistants and will focus on the "total develop ment” of youngsters in the areas of social development, language, and motor skills. The two classrooms, filled with new equipment and an array of toys and book,,, have two-way mirrors so that JCSU students may observe tea ching techniques. An intercom system permits students to overhear interaction of chil dren.The teaching staff will eventually number seven.not counting the university tea • ching staff. There will also be cook and secretary. Ms. Williams Host Druid HOI Club Tire Druid Hill Garden Club held it’s March meetiujpl'the home of Mrs. Ann ^fljiams, 1216 Log Cabin Road. Mrs. Emma Wade presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Roberta Lyles. After the devotional period, the club disposed of old busi ness. Mrs. Inez Ellis was named first vice-president. Members made plans for their annual garden show. This year, they voted to begin the activity by auctioning off plants and selling dinners, Saturday, June 10, at the home of Mrs. Minnie Connor. The time will be announced later. The Garden Club Flower Show and the honoring of three lay persons will be on the following Sunday, June 11, at the home of Mrs. Inez Ellis. Mrs. Eva Wiley is chairperson for the Honoring Committee and Mrs. Ann Williams is co-chairperson The April meeting will be held at the home of the presi dent, Mrs. Roberta Lyles. The following members were present at the March meeting. Mrs. Sadie English, Mrs. Hattie McCree, Mrs. DomMcGUI, Mrs. Inez Ellis, Mrftftva Wiley, Mrs. Minnie Connor, Mrs. Rebecca Patter son, Mrs Emma Wade, and Mrs. Edna Gaston. The hostess served refresh ments following the meeting. Mrs. Wiley thanked her for the group. - Bennett College recently held its annual Senior Day Exercises. The traditional event symbolizes the ending of the Bennett experi ence and the start of activities culminating with commencement in May. During the service seniors receive their caps and gowns wwmm in from the sophomore class sisters The main speakers for the chapel service were Dr Isaac H. Miller, college president and senior spokesman Mildred Harris, from Hichmond Cal ECO Streamlines Organization; Expands Board me c,x-^onvicis ur ganization, is getting new blood and a stemlined govern ing body,” said Jeff Campbell, executive director ofChar lotte-based organization dedi cated to service, education and volunteer work on behalf of prisoners and ex-offenders “The new blood is an expan ded board of directors; the streamlining involves doing a way with the Business Adviso ry Board in favor of a more active and comprehensive role for the directors,” Camp bell said. New members, initiated at an ECO Board of Directors meetine February 21. will be officially assume their duties at a Board Meeting March 28, 1978, at 7:30 p.m., at the Charlotte Friends Meeting House, 2327 Remount Road. “This new structure should be simpler," said Campbell, who became executive direc tor in 1975, “and we are really pleased with the new Board, some of whom served pre viously on the Business Advi sory Board.” New Board menfbers in clude:. John Banks, of Family Housing Services; Jim Black Of WGIV Radioj Jeanne Bohn of WSOC -TV; Bill Convey, President of the Accounting Aid Society; Bill Cook of the Charlotte Council on Alco holism; Monsignor Hugh Do lan of St. Gabriel's Catholic Church; and Louise Fowler, an attorney. Other new Board members are Bob Goodman of IBM; Art Griffin of the Mecklenburg Legal Aid Society; Lewis Gal loway of the First Presbyte rian Church; Charles Kincaid of Kincaid & Stetler Adverti sing; and Dr. Ted Kocak, and General Practioner in Char lotte. Others are Clara Lowry of WBTV; Art Lynch of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Youth Council; James Plumley. VISTA Area Director with the North Carolina Department of Correction; Roy Tabun on Myers Park Baptist Church; Tom Reichert of VISTA; Sta cey Simmons of Omnia De sign; Willie Stratford of the U. S. Postal Service; Joe Wil liams, Branch Manager of Simplex Time and Recorder ^omjgan^^it^rundel^L P^4 rector of the Charlotte Drug Education Center; and Calvin Harris of the N. C Division of Probation and Parole The agenda of the March 29 meeting includes the election of the new Chairman of the Board of Directors. "Maybe we should have the election at that meeting," said Forrest Altman, newly elected Presi dent of ECO, "in order to give the Board members one more chance to see each other inte racting before they have to vote.” Subscribe To The Post Pace Endorses McNeill Smith rt/\L.tiuH--(juilford County Senator McNeill Smith was endorsed today in his bid for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate by PACE, the political action arm of the North Carolina Association of Educators. J Wayne Miller, chairman of PACE, announced at a morning news conference to day that Senator Smith was endorsed enthusiastically by PACE on the basis of his strong and positive legislative record, his firm commitment to education, and his clear understanding of educational issues facing North Carolina and the nation. Senator Smith has been a chief sponsor of major educa tional legislation in the North Carolina General Assembly," Miller said. "He has fought for kindergarten programs, class size reduction, and fair em ployment proceedings for ed ucatorsv PACE believes Sena tor Smith's experience, lead ership ability, and commit ment to the people of North Carolina give him the combi nation of talents necessary to be an effective Senator for our state." The PACE steering commit tee which made the endorse ment is composed of educat ors from across North Caro lina. "Our committee has repre sentatives from Waynesville to Elizabeth City. Each mem ber is enthusiastic about Mc Neill Smith." Miller said. “We are going to inform the 50,000 educators in North Carolina that Mac Smith is our candi uaie ior me ij. 5 senate “We believe Senator Smith is a winner. Educators will be working to help him win on ^la£_2^_headded_ auDscribe to the Charlotte 1 Post! Your support helps! This Is Your Paper U«elt . ■» B&P Construction Co. 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