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December 5, 1975

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8 The Glenville I~acrat/Pathfindar December 4, 1975 WVU photo contest open to high school students Aspiring ~tudent photographerssports photographs, a school life may enter a new High School photograph, and a portrait. Entries Photography Contest being sponsored should be, sent to Schcml of |ournalism, by the West Virginia University School West Virginia University. Morgan- of Journalism. town, WV. 26506. Attention: Professor According to Dean Guy H. William O. Seymour. Stewart. interested students have until Seymour. who teaches photo- March 15 to submit a portfolio of graph,,' at WVU. will conduct a photographs to the School ,of workshop on April 3 for students Journalism. The portfolios, not to submitting the 10 best portfolios. exceed 10 pictures, should include two I STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday. Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday. Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. CHRISTMAS HOURS: ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS-FRIDAY UNTIL 6 -STILL PLENTY OF TIME TO ORDER FOR CHRISTMAS-- Phone 462-7939 ,.- 462-8483 A u t horized CATAI,OG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY IANET DEAL Films offered to 7-county schools Through the combined efforts of the Monongahela Power Company and Glenville State College, free News Digest films produced by Hearst Metrotone News are being made available to the school systems in seven area counties. These counties are Braxton. Calhoun, Clay, Gilmer, Nicholas. Pocahontas. and Webster. The subjects covered are varied and up-to-date. They include #26. a 13-minute B-W history of the Arab-lsraeli conflict: #29, a 16-minute color tour of the Smitbsonian Institution: #30. t 17-minute B-W study of the history of the vice presidency: #31, a 13-minute color study of the economic and political impact of the nonaligned nations: #37.a 15-minute color study of the workings of Congress; #43. a 15-minute color description of the resignation of Nixon and the acceptance of the presidency by Ford: #44. a 20-minute B-W study of detente: #45. a 15-n~nute color study of the search for energy: #47. a 15-minute B-W examination of the exploration of the seas: #49, a 15-minute study of the life and problems of the American farmer: #66. a 22-minute Bicentennial film in color of history and achievement: #67. a IS-minute color history of the Suez canal: and #68. a B-W analysis of Cuban-American relations. Don Phillips of the CSC Resources Center has scheduled these films on a circulating basis into the school systems of the seven counties. A film will be sent from the college to a given county office on an established schedule. They will distribute it for two weeks within the county, ~en send it to the next county system on the schedule. When a fdm has been used by all seven systems, it will be returned to the college for service and cleaning. CORRECTION Quality Auto Sales - Hours Should have read in last weeks ad Hours Monday thru Saturday 8 a. m. to 5 p. at. Also Monday thru Thursday 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. A~, the prouram pr~gresses. Mr. Phillips has asked f,r comments and suggestions on the operation of the system. He has also asked that as teachers use the films and find them useful, that they write to Mr. R. David Cootie. Public Information Represen- tative. Monongahela Power Company. 1310 Fairmont Avenue. Fairmont. W. Vs. 26554, and advise him of their results with and reactions to the films. For the service to continue, the power company must get some positive feedback from the users. Whet tie beck is e D.O.? The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is the subiect of an examination by the states three public television stations on Friday. December 5 at 7:30 p.m. WWVU-TV. Morgantown: WSWP-TV. Becldey; and WMUL-TV, Huntington, will simultaneously broadcast a 30-minute documentary entitled "What The Heck Is A D.O.?" {Doctor of Osteopathy) Program producer. Jack Hollahan, of WWVU-TV Commented on the program by saying. "We've tried to find out what a D.O. is {Doctor of Osteopathy): ferences M.D.'s school, and students about medical needs will include; primary-cars areas, the School graduates out The includes D.O.. President School of James H. Surgeon and Professor at WWVU-TV area via When dew panes, to windoW' thin film will avoid When jelly LB I AU.O V V