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October 7, 1976

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7 an affair" for the Players' fall Vu", to be tSand 16 at 8 play is Wlth America's in a vacant View which is prospective e themsleves apartment getting out. lead role of Latanzio, of Alan is a stare. He is a enjoys sports, baseball. lead role is Plays the part is a Senior. and English. awards on in the past, in other Her hometown roles, Kenneth the part isa stage comedy Biology major with a forestry minor. Ken is also new to the GSC stage. He is from Wilmington, Delaware. Playing the part of Janet Friedman is Sue Bame. of Forest, Ohio. Sue is a junior English and Business Education major. She has worked on the GSC productions "Of Mice and Men" and "The Dragon of Nitt." Acting the part of Eddie the Superintendent is Ray Powell, a freshman Social Studies major. Ray is also new to the GSC stage, and is from Beckley, West Virginia. Kathy Sullivan has been chosen to play the part of The Woman in 4-A. Kathy is from Ravenswood, where she was president of the State Thespian Troupe and the local Ravenswood troupe. Kathy is a freshman Early Childhood major. Chosen for the part of the Expectant Father is Randy Gilles, a Junior Business Administration major. Randy is also new to the stage at Glenville. He is from Webster Springs, West Virginia. Playing the part of the Pregnant Woman is PEtty Groves, from Summersville, West Virginia. She is a sophomore Business Administration major, with a minor in Accounting. PEtty is also a newcomer to our theatre. Court candidate | o,. J visits county Safety I Sam Harshbarger, Milton lawyer, Windows, | was at the Gilmer County Courthouse Legislative observation program initiated for college students The West Virginia Legislature, in conjunction with the West Virginia Board of Regents recently announced the formation of a legislative observation program for undergradu- ate college students. The program will be held each year during the legislative session and will be open to all eligible college students currently enrolled in West Virginia's two and four year public and private colleges and universities. Fifty students will be selected for the one week program. "The observation program". explained Senate President W. T, Brotherton, Jr. and House Speaker Lewis N. McManus, "is an excellent way for interested young people to obtain a close working insight into the ipoiQlative process. Our past experien- ces wilh college observation programs will strengthen the concept. Under the provisions of the program, students are eligible to apply throtwh their schools for admission to the program. A legislative coordinating board (:onMsting of two legislators, two edu(:ators, and a member of the legislative slaff will make the final selection of program participants. Those selet:ted for the program will .;th.,n(l a weekend orientation sesi(m iu Charleston and then spend a we(:k ,berving the Legislature. Each participa'a wilt be assigned to work with a legislator during this period. The, 'A;est Virginia Board of Regents unanimously endorsed the program and will share in the operatiomd csts. Ellysoms- His & HERS Formally Gene's Barbershop Has acquired the services of Betty Hewitt. Specialists in cutting and styling. For appt call 462-8309 tuish. Thursday, Sept. 30 as part of his "S, any i "person-to-person" campaign for ,.l'+v ,! election to the West Virginia Supreme    tA]]  Court. "I believe every citizen who wants to know a judicial candidate's view  .,,J about the improvement of the court system, or who simply wants to meet the candidate, should have the opportunity to do so. It is physically m ]EY ! impossible for me to campaign 26147 I door-to-door throughout the state but "JC'0'''3.'"4'C'C'C' I shall be available in every county to meet and talk with anyone who wants to come to the Courthouse at the time announced," Harshbarger said. "When we go to the polls many of us don't vote for the Supreme Court candidate, because we don't know the person running or don't think it is important." Harshbarger said. Harshbarger is running for an eight years unexpired term. There are also two twelve year terms to be Filled in November. , , + + + Ambulance calls Sept 27-Oct 2 9-28-76, 8 p.m., Bernnice Young from Coxs Mills to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. 9-28-76, 10:30 p.m., Bernnice Young from Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital to Coxs Mills, 9-29-76, 4:15 p.m., Bernnice Young from Coxs Mills to Westnn State Hospital. 10-1-76, 12:20 p.m., Dle V. 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