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television to present candidate forum immediately at Virginia Primary will present between the for state-wide Your Candidates Sunday. May 9, Mon(ay. May 10. P.m. on WWVU-TV. WSWP-TV, and WMUL-TV. 211. II I)urin lh lx and (me-half hours of ]i\\;(&apos; [ll' j I'll l|l Ill I II . (':'1 Ildi(t,[| t es se{;kin l)arl\\; endl)rsements fl)r slate offi(:es ill IlllSVVI,r (ttll.sti()ns sul)mit- led })% metal)ere ()[ the au(tien(:e at Ill(; Charleston Muni(:ipal Auditorium and representatives of the West Vir/inia League of Women Voters. Jack Hollahan, the moderator. says. "The response from candidates for state-wide offices is overwhelm- ingly in favor of appearing live on the broadcasts." Hollahan said. "I expect that the greal majority el" all (:andidales will al)pear on "Your Candidates Speak'. It is the only slate-wi(h, t)roadt:asl forum where a :an(tidate can speak to the entire electorate at the same lime." According to producer Dan Smith, "Since the programs will be presented the two evenings just prior to the primary election, we believe the issues will be refreshed in the minds of the voters and encourage his or her participation in Tuesday's balloting." Only candidates who are running , ' ,,,, lh,. i.,.nvilh. I)emm'rat/Pathfinder B-5 oiler to appear will t)e introdu(:eil in, moderator lack tlollahan. The, n. they will be given the opportunity to make a two minute opening statement. After the introductions and opening statements, questions submit- ted by the audience will be posed to specific candidates by West Virginia League of Women Voters President Lois Kauffelt. Audience questions will be submitted before the programs begin. Members of the League of Women Voters will then screen the questions iH'I|IIHI', I:il'l tlq 'v .... IJ', I)e Ill( iltl, ,, in fill,' pl)CtlnlS. Doors fl) lhe, Mtlllit:it);ll Audi- torium will I)e (q)ene, d to the lmbli(:' at 7 pro. Sunday night and 7:3O p.m. Monday night. ]'he public is invited lo attend. Candidate question cards will be collected up to one-half hour after the start of each program. The program is produced by WSWP-TV in cooperation with WWVU-TV and WMUL-TV, and assisted by the West Virginia League of Women Voters. Monday, May 10, 8-11 p.m. 8:{X) 8:30 "'liSA: People .and Politi(:s'" (PBSI 8:30 - 9:30 Governor, Democratici 9:30 - 10:30 Governor, RepubllCa . 10:30- 10:50 State Supreme Court of Appeals. 8 year term, Democrat. 10:50- 11:30 State Suprema Cou of Appeals. two 12 year ternm,, Democrat. .: , Although all the candidates running in these races have .n invited to participate, we have not received enough confirmed acct- opposed for their party's nomination before passing them to Ms. Kauffelt This is a schedule of the races to have been invited, who will ask the specified candidate ..... ted I Those running be presented and the times those races ances to list actual participants. Iltm,. .................... without opposition will not appear. Several prepared features on will be covered . dd vUI[K$ Of GI.M[R/ CUUHIY I All candidates who accept the significant subjects related to the " • i )n, n - Sunday, ,,lay 9, 8-11 p.m. Pmneer 4.n en.h I I I 8:00-8:20 State Auditor, Democrat || UlUU , n I: " , I :20-8:45 State Treasurer, Demo- I I crat. • Fa, t that due to the recent illness and death of I ' VOTE FOR I 8:45-_9:00 Commissioner of Agri- attends Health Falr00 SS( al I I culture, Democrat. i llave been unable to meet and discuss my i I I I 9:00- 9:15 State Attorney General. Brave members of the Tan "r ;ch e Office of Sheriff with each one of you I I I i l Ja ph I,l *, A I Democrat. Pioneer 4-H Club stood in line nwn :e ume permits between now and May 11, lwill • I I  rl/AHHY [' l 9:15 - 9:40 Secretary of State. many other citizens to participaten lt with as manvo of :you as .-ossible. I I I "8  I Democrat. the Health Fair last Saturday at ('e s n I I AllADi::D /O I 9:40-10:00 U.S. House of repre- Health Department. Eachmembeth Gil ['lk-,--'a ........ _n I II= ':i ' IVlIk I |e  r= I sentatives, 1st District, Republican. the following tests: blood typing, blo eki ,2"uJ ana ousmessman in Ullmer County tar I I I ' I0:00 - 10:15 U.S. House of count blood pressure vision, a Id,  Sz l am familiar with the requirements of the | I IIE   _ _ l Representatives, 3rd District. Demo- their height and weight' measured, i: cratic il t.i t and .the performance expected of our • I II'- ; uemocrat for I 1;15   ilS • ...... • ...... I I I   I : - 11:00 U.S. House ot Most tests were simple and ft; :he • • aUluermy urge you Io review my i n i-- -- I Representatives 4th District Demo- ' :. i, nd ---- .... • .... • I I  I . ' , however, all had to grin and bear ztls wu 8reuuy appreczaze your supper[ on I I I P-"I I crahc, gentle Nurse Cain withdrew blood fr " -- . / /  ,-. / I I t'l"l P P I their blood tests ; n in ' i n ,ili Supreme Court Each member will receive  • .... " / --- - I  laminated card showing thmr blood VUI[ I l I o Appeals I •; • • • ii. type fore permanent'record' ii .... .I / FULL TERM I BE--AuRANTI Sh:rri Cain was also presen If RIDRDITIIIIV m / I 1- A I participating with her parents, m nunnrnmilii.n • / " I /ry | and Judy Cain. Mrs. Lenita R I' IlUllll/rl/llllll • I n4 ,,  _tllrnalP • I r,. ,, • I assisted leader Pat Harder. ['lk • l . .arr. .......  .... r. I big bernie I Ik _m / Welch, McDowell County I , .= _ I Plans had been made for thl QUA IFIED Double Decker I . _ . ..._ U / L -CAPABLE-EXPERIENCED I _ - I Pioneers 'o then proceed to the T. I IiAmNr.r I:AflfllnA I / • 24 veers as active trial ** ........ "'*;"" I plnlnliiiii MarsballMonument at Stouts Mills fo ii ' "'""'"" ,,..m....,. ; I .... n, r uv.,my .,.w=,.,, u I / Vote For =m a da of conser, ation efforts, alon i i I / v,,-,v,-. I i Robert t= Rvrrl i with Jack Rogers in the Communit i __ ... _ • i • Served as U.S. Attorney for Southern Wast i _= ,- ,. -'7"'Y • Action Youth Group. However, th for i-resloem , • Vir inia b a " m " I . _ • inclement weather cancelled this pa h g y ppomt lint of Prasldent John F. Kennedy . In $ e of I I .............. " DyVOtlngTor of theday'sactivities. ; ly I' I * 'rosectrting/rtorney o1' MCUHI' uoun- ,, TMll ! MARY ANN BARROWS ! i , / terms I • _ • • • Grantsville • € ra i GHmer County ! / QUAL!FICATIONS ARE IMPORTANT [ I Delegate to the Democrat ! ila I_ I Pand for oy uamper for Justice Committee J I NationalConvention I lneelLubtll rnennntFelG31UGIit&   an ,.,,. _ ..._ ...... I I Jane Hicks," Treasurer I m Look for MARYANN I . . ='i " -,u lot llCl RlrlpllrlClC • " U I I " onyour ballot n return tram - • ....-.-. [=,iiiii i__.!.. " , .... ;, .... I LA.n2ro_l .......... ! I I f 1 i - i " Z Several local resident recently i. [ ]1 I I i [ I ] I / I i [ _ 1 t I ] i I J I l_ returned from a nine day tour in I| ] . [!  /  [ 15 = ,,  , . . = . Il . I.. i [ i l[ [ [,., 1' Europe. Jim and Janice Collins and " "' Z" !   .-  " . " " .  , " " ;o " Racheal Reed helped chaperone a ,I;o .=lo, I= group of 37 students on a tour that took ', O "   ,- . > ,  > 121 . O 1    " ...  em to England, Belgmm and France. [! t . i [    IO ].. I__.  l   . I..   [O 10<  II: 1  ] 1" 1  I'  I The party left Friday, April 16. ! ]=/:I]It/SLI-N I.. :1= :l-ll=  ":. 1,.. . .:la lJ .-_/_. :1 driving to Pittsburgh where they = i   # / . . I   I   I "/..  i = =' ,=  1 == I  I = " / z  I  g I _  i =' K t" [  - [ m tt 1 i-, _€1t" [ Z r I i  [ IQ. d ]   !  . rd =2 /   caught a flight to New York's Kennedy ,$/.  t.z. / / $ I  i.  :  I  l e  1 z / =  I . I, I  . I . o I .  1] I 1 I "  - ' ;>   "J  m O Airport. From there, they flew to  ;/N/N t/i: tI=:N/II,IISI dl=Ol=dia]lal=/di/, ,! morning. . . .  i /  /  i i i I  / I  I / j While in Londdn, they toured the ! " city riding the subway and visiting lID/El c]/r]tT00 1[] Fn/c2 c]l[2t E]0000nl0000c2lc21c21rn00otc2 D ['7 points of interest there, BERNIES RESTAURANT ]-ry A Big Bernie" Double 'Decker I I q , Sunday morning, the group went by bus to Dover where they rode about four hours, across the English Channel to Ostend, Belgium, Driving to Brussells, the Belgian capitol, they spent an evening touring the sites of that city. On Monday morning, they drove to Paris where they spent the bulk of their visit, staying till Saturday. In Paris, the group visited may tourist and historical places like Cathedral of Notre Dame, LeLouv'rd, various castles and churches and, course, the many shops in Paris. ,,, The party returned to the Uni[l States Saturday evening and returr! , to Pittsburgh Sunday morning. .i:' ' I " The group consisted of 35 studei I from Lewis County, two from Harri() !I  I  County, Jim and Janice Collins, Rach "   Reed, Carolyn and Paul Blosser  •   " Rosa Lee Ware, •     i.] =  . =" . ,, '== -<r =  ,-- . ==,=" =.= n  , -"" V ,3  '" "== ' "   " "  IBEStSERVCE MOVE aND ST UP ' -ฎ' =% , j,. .,    '  _ I!ELKNAP, .=. .... .  ฎ  :  [MOBILE ti()MES. INC. o... =.,= = . |o._   Take (,assaav-Sulton Exits I'| _I53Z jJ-! ' \\; T,,wardGassawav ฐฐ ฐ'" i;00i =, iJ  I] = ,,pp.s,,,, Braxlon County Armory I I