Speech Contest Scheduled The D.C. public library and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority are sponsoring the "I Have a Dream: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Oratorical Contest." Entrants must be between ages 12 and 19 and deliver a passage from black literature or a speech or sermon first given by a black person.

Preliminary competitions will be held in January and February, with the final session on Feb. 20 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library, Ninth and G streets NW. Prizes include a $100 savings bond and trophies. Call 727-5535 for information.

Bilingual Tutors Sought The D.C. public schools need volunteer bilingual tutors to help children with reading and mathematics. For information, call 724-4400.

Rules for Primaries Listed The D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics has announced filing regulations and deadlines for the May 3 presidential primary elections.

To appear on the ballot, candidates must submit petitions containing the required number of signatures. The petitions then must pass a 10-day period of challenge, in which registered voters may inspect the petitions and file charges should they suspect fraud.

The number of signatures varies for the offices and the party affiliation. For further information, call 727-2525. The board's offices are located in the District Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.

'Double Day' to Be Shown As part of the National Museum of American History's forum on the Washington Latino Community, a film titled "Double Day" will be shown at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Carmichael Auditorium in the first floor of the National Museum of American History, Constitution Avenue at 14th Street NW.

The film portrays the efforts of women in Latin America to achieve equality with men in the home and the work place. A discussion will follow the film, which is free. For further information, call 357-4185.

Immigration Aides Sought Spanish-speaking volunteers are needed by Ayuda Legal Services to work for immigration and consumer protection. Hours are flexible. Call Michael Coughlin, 387-4848, for further information.

Lottery Drawings Effective Jan. 15, the D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board will hold its Daily Double drawings at its offices, 717 D St. NW, at 2 p.m. The drawing will be open to the public, but will no longer be televised live.

The winning numbers will still be available on the Lot-line, 678-3333, and in local media.

Bilingual Workers Needed The Upper Cardoza Community Health Center, 3020 14th St. NW, needs bilingual employes for several positions. For information, call Nan Sullivan, 745-4316.

Homemaker Aides Sought Homemaker Health Aide Service needs employes to provide in-home care to ill, disabled and elderly persons in Montgomery County, in part- and full-time positions. Transportation paid from the Silver Spring Metro station. Call 468-2221 for information.

Head Start Workers Sought The Head Start program of the Rosemont Center, 2000 Rosemont Ave. NW, needs a curriculum developer, teachers, home visitors and a speech therapist for its programs to help low-income families. Fluency in Spanish is desirable. The center also is recruiting families with preschool-aged children to accept its home visits. For information, call Bob Stechuk at 265-9885.