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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.
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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
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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.”
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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
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