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Ennis High Seniors To Present Slum Drama ENNIS — A three-act play entitled “Dine” will be presented by seniors of Ennis High School Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in the San Jacinto Auditorium, according to director Fred Rankin, a speech and drama instructor at the School. Admission will be $1, and tickets can be obtained from members of the senior class or at the gate. The play — produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Co. of Chicago-is a story of a young man facing life in the slums of New York. Dino, at the age of 17, is forced into confrontation with society after having lived in a reformatory reformatory school for four and one- half years. The play deals with a variety of conditions case workers must deal with in big city slums, Director Rankin explained. girlfriend—is played by Judy Other parts include George Dmo is played by Steve Rose; Bain; and Mr. Sherian—the case Spaniel as a parole officer, amrley Watson—a misfit of the worker at the James Street Richard Bayes and Eva Nel James Street Settlement House Settlement House—is played by Santos as Mr. and Mrs. Falcaro, who eventually becomes Dino’s Bill Smith. ‘ Gary Tidwell as Dino’s brother Tony, and Cindy Watson as Mrs. Haines—director of the settlement settlement house. Other Seniors in the cast include include Terry Roth, Cheryl Donaldson, Brenda Bates, Art Hunter, W7ayne Langly, Marita Novak, Jeanmarie Bereaux, AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - Rep. Younger women would need a Andrea Watts, Deanna Cooper, Sarah Weddington, D, Austin, parent’s consent. Belinda Duren and Bobbie who aruged the case that re- Allow minors to be examined Mouchka. suited in a U.S. Supreme Court f°r pregnancy, as well as for Director Rankin expressed decision striking down Texas’ prevention of pregnancy, and to special thanks to Ennis Business abortion law, presents three receive pre-natal care without Forms for providing furniture, population control bills to a their parents’ consent. which will be used on the set. House committee today. ______________________________________________________ The House Human Resources Population Control Bills Due Presented in Austin 1803 W. 7th AVE. *^0: jpr , JERRY LEWIS CINEMA a fiuuae niuiieui nesources am a a m a a tit Committee scheduled a hearing CT HflOn hinmo on Ms. Weddington’s bills that » w# f III II O ( I ICCI\J f l\JI 11 w After Busy Meeting would: —Give any woman 16 or older older the right to decide for herself herself whethe. she would have an abortion and exempt a physi WASHINGTON (AP) — Fe- It was the largest meeting r iH°m civilPor crimin^ minists left for home today yet for the country’s front-line penalties for performing it. J - - - after a national meeting where feminist organization, their founder urged them to At the outset, President Wil-

Clipped from Corsicana Daily Sun20 Feb 1973, TuePage 9

Corsicana Daily Sun (Corsicana, Texas)20 Feb 1973, TuePage 9
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