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THE TUSKEGEE NEWS Thursday, April 1, 1976 ii use cut Conser- to be saving ener- wea~. Extension Boll- have energy months. )stat up the day-- instead of put it four until the up in the energy say- air filter the volume for air heat. Dir- to bring toa boil. COntrol to of the Same tern- rolling low- do exhaust clos- or Showing heat and air condit- to work job. Dates told to sign up for election The Public Relations Com- mittee of the All Macon County Voter Registration Education Committee re- minds citizens that voter registration dates for the county are April 5, 19 and May 3, from 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. at the courthouse in Tuskegee. For free transportation to the courthouse on registra- tion days call 727-4981, 727-3744 or 727-3621. Tuskegee Institute stu- dents who need transpor- tation should meet at the information booth at 9 a.m. on all registration dates. The committee's sole pur- pose is to launch an all- out countywide voter regis- tration drive. the in.me scale Macon County to deter- for free" milk and/or meals in the year. .... ,. .... In kute Conce Band Tuskegee Institute Concert Choir The City of Tuskegee De- partment of Parks and Re- creation invites you to par- ticipate in the wide range oi~ programs and services avail- able to you throughout the City. At the citywide level an extensive program for all ages and a variety of special interest programs and e- vents are open to all City re- sidents. At the area level, programs offered in each of the three Reacreational a- reas are planned specifically for the local community. SCHEDULED ACTIVI- TIES ART CLASSES-- Basic instruction in drawing and painting, offering a variety of techniques in~everal dif- ferent media. Barbara Dan- FAMILY INCOME FREE MEALS AND FREE MILK $0 - 3,230 0 - 4,240 0 - 5,250 0 - 6,260 0 - 7,190 0 - 8,110 0 " 8,950 0 - 9,790 0 - 10,550 0 - 11,310 0 - 12,060 0 - 12,810 ner instructs this class. Art classes are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 4-6 p.m. at Abbott Park. AFRICAN DANCE CLA- SSES- An introduction to African Dance and group activities for all ages; Em- phasizing rhythm, coordinat- ion and creativity. African Dance classes are held every Monday and Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. This activity is coordinated and instructed by Noble WashingtorL CHESS CLASSES-- Chess a game of mental challenge. Often the experienced play- er spends hours of concen- tration on one move. Now you can learn what it is all about. Chess classes are held every Tuesday at Abbott Park from 7-8 p.m. This $750 REDUCED PRICE MEALS $3,231 4,241. 5,251 6,261 7,191 8,111 8,951 9,791 10,551 11,311 12,061 12,811 Old Max im~,m - 4,520 - 5,930 - 7,350 - 8,770 - 10,060 - 11,360 - 12,530 - 13,700 - 14,770 - 15,840 - 16,890 17,940 hew Maximum, - 5,040 - 6,620 - 8,200 - 9,770 - 11,210 12,650' - 13,970 - 15,280 - 16,460 - 17,640 - 18,820 - 20,000 $1180 The Tuskegee Institute Concert Choir will be pre- sented in the first annual Joint Band and Choir Con- cert For Spring on Satur- day, April'10, at 7:30 p.m., in Logan Hall Auditorium. rnm concert, co-sponsored by the Department of Music activity is instructed by Gar- land Wise. KARATE CLASSES-- Karate, the ancient Japa- nese art of self defense, a fast growing sport across the United States. It pre- Miss Macon County pag- eant will be held in May, Philbert Davenport, chair- man, announced this week. Winner of the county pag- eant will enter the Alabama pageant held to select the state queen, who will com- pete for the crown of Miss America in the national com~ petition in September. The event this year will be the fourth annual Miss Ma- con County pageant. It was sponsored by the Ci~ of Tuskegee Recreation Depar- tment. Infant care pares you physically and clinic8 held psychologically to success- fully defend yourself against one, two, or several would be assailants. As a physical art, karate is almost without equal. ]t is highly dynamic and makes balanced use of a large number of the body muscles and develops coor- dination and agility, it pr@ vides excellent all-around exercise. Karate Classes are held every Monday and Wednesday at the Cu.ity Re- creation Building from 5-8 p.m. This activity is coor- dinated and instructed by Marlin Sims. Sims holds a Second Degree Black Belt. BILLIARD CLASSES-- Billiard a favorite past time of many individuals. Once considered a man's game is now enjoyed by many wo- men as well. 'You come a long way baby.' Billiard clas- ses are being held every Tuesday at Abbott Park from 5:30 p.m until 5:30 p.m. This activity is coordinated by Mrs. Elese Danieis, Soc- ial Recreational Specialist for the City of Recreation Department. TENNIS CLASSES- Mr. Ernest Holland, Sport Spec- ialist with the City Recreat- ion Department is instruct- ing a beginner class in term-~ is. All ages are accepted. Applications are being ac- cepted at the City Park Recreation Center located on Pine t~ll Drive for inte- rested persons. Tuskegee Maternal and Infant Care Project sponsors matermty chmcs each week at Macon County Health De- partment. New patients are invited to a weekly clinic from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. each Tuesday. Regular patients can attend a clinic held from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. each Monday Patients should sign in be- fore 9 a.m. CBC Winners March 11: Mrs. T.S. Wil- liams-Mrs. Verdie Walker, first; Ms. Mabel Jackson-Ms. Olive Graham, second. March 18: Ms. Bondyne Robinsor~Leon Harris, first; Ms. Mabel Jackson-Ms. Ol- ive Graham, second. March 25: Ms. Mabel Jackson-Ms. Willie McGre- gor, first; E. Alexander-C. White, second. Dr. Ira Dil- lon directed the three-ttble movements. The Cosmopolitan Bridge meets on Thursdays at 8 p.m., Williams Home Cen- ter, 704-A Montgomery Road. UN SITE New York City was se- lected Dec. 12, 1946, as the permanent site of the United Nations. @ J ugh to be absolutely safe. Liberal enough to satisfy le." . The Alabama State Department of Public Health has established the sum of $32D49.00 as the level of uncompensated services to be available by the John A. Andrew Memorial Hospital, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama in the period 6-1-75 to 5-31-76. This determination has been pursuant to the requirements of the regulations of the Public Health Service, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, (42CFR & 53.111).and the applicable provisions of the Alabama Master Hosoital Plan. "Uncompensated service" means services available in the facility which are made available to persons unable to pay therefor without charge or at a charge which is less than the reasonable cost of such services. The level of such services is measured by the difference between the amount paid by such persons for ..... and the Art ana Lectures Series Committee, is a part of Founder's Weekend Act ivities. The Concert Band is un- der the leadership of Ren- aid J. Sarjeant, direct)r of instrumental activities, and "This will be the first year WVNS has sponsored the pageant. We are serving as sponsors of the pageant this year because we believe it provides a valuable com-i- bution to the communi~" and to the young ladies who will enter the competition," Dav- enport said in announcing plans of his organization. "We believe it serves the community well because it focuses attention on the high calibre of young ladies who are residents from our area and we believe it serves youth well because it pro- vides the opportunii~ for the young ladies who cam pete to gain added poise through public appearances and to gain added maturity through participation in a community program such as the Macon County pag- eant," Davenport added. "Most important, it will provide the opportunity for the girl who is the winner to continue to seek scholarship awards at the Alabama paff ea~ which will aid her in obtaining an education at the college of her choice," the chairman said. Davenport said it will be held the first week in May, but that the time and place have not been determined. Warren L. Duncan, assistant bandmaster. Pamela Bour- scheidt is accompanist for the C~ncert Cboir while Mr. Roy E. Hicks serves as the Director. The Choir, which recently returned from a triumphant tour of the Nor- thern Tier of Strategic Air Force Bases inMaine, Michi- gan, North and South Da- kott and Montana, will pro- vide the music for the Four~ der's Day Services at 10:00 a.m., on Sunday, April 11, 1976. Both organizations will perform individual select- ions, however, two high- lights of the program willhe the medley of familiar Ger- shwin tunes and 'Battle Hy- mn' has been specially ar- ranged for this concert to include the use Of "We Shall Overcome" as an integral~ part of the presentation and will utilize some audience participation. William Revere will be trumpet soloist with the Band in the very exciting "Carnival of Venice.' Bo& Mr. Sarjeant and Mr. Dun- can will share in the conduct- hg chores with the band. Some other selections they willperform include 'Elegy For A Young American", a contemporary march and a symphonic dance. The Choir has chosen to sing the theme music from the movie "King of Kings", selections from "Carousel", a South Carolina Folk tune and some spirituals. THe doors will open pron~ ptly at 6:45 p.m., for the convenience of theose per- sons who wish to claim the best seats. No admission will be charged and all music lovers in the community are encouraged to come to this program which promises to meet all musical tastes. A reception will follow the con- cert. i s,v, ov,,.,-,, II I w,T...,s co0.o. Ii [ During April Wilson. Ford is offering a [ [[ [ spring air-conditioning special. Have your car ] | [ or truck air-conditioning checked out for the [ [[ ] hot weather. Includes recharging and testing [ [[ [ for leaks. A regular $15.60 value. II ] Wilson Ford inc. || @ e the services and the reasonable cost thereof. The level set out above meets the presump- tive compliance guideline of the Federal regulations and is 3 percent of operating costs for the year, after Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements have been deducted. Copies of the criteria used for identifying persons unable to pay for services may be obtained from Bureau of Health Facilities Construction, State Office Building, Room 657, Montgomery, Alabama 36104. The records and documents on the basis of which the above level of uncompensated services was established ore available for public inspection at State Office Building, Room 657, Montgomery., Alabama, between the hours of 8.00 A.m. and 5:00 P.M. on regular business days.