Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 1975 · Page 14
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July 27, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 14

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~ 7 » 1975 Salem Center Aims To 'SelP Students SALEM - Dr. .Nell Bailey isn't just concerned about what Salem graduates do when they graduate from college. She's concerned about where they want to be when they're 40. or 60 years old. Dr. Bailey is in charge oi Salem College's Career-Life Planning Center, a new federally funded program. Dr. Nell Bailey Plans Lives The program, she said during a recent i interview, expands the college counseling 1 program by helping students develop a] number of career choices. "Our thrust," she said, "is that students; have four or five bags up their sleeve. Not just one. -"We'll show them how to make deci-1 sions, teach them problem solving, values clarification, social skills, and how to set j goals." u a you man or woman doesn't limit his. career choice, she said, he's less likely to || be disappointed. * * * AS AN EXAMPLE, she suggested that a student determined to become a doctor also consider chemistry or biology. "It's important that they see they may be j strong in other fields," she said. When students .graduate, they can look for work through the college placement'] center. But Dr. Bailey said students must do most of the looking themselves. "During their senior year, we hope to sit down with students and teach them how to write resumes and put their credentials together. But our placement center will be nontraditional. Although we don't discourage employers from coming onto campus, we won't beg them either. "We hope to teach students to sell themselves. No matter how tough the job mar- ;| ket is, jobs are available to qualified people." Five Indian Escapees Sought in South Dakota LAKE ANDES, S.D. (AP) - Authorities mounted a search Saturday for five Indian men who escaped from jail where they were held on charges stemming from the armed takeover of a pork planj. State, county and local police hunted for the five who escaped about 5:30 a.m. Saturday after someone apparently let them out of their cells at Charles Mix County Jail here, a sheriff's spokesman said. The escapees were being held in the May 2 take over of the Yankton Sioux Industries pork plant at Wagner, S.D. Two other prisoners being held in the same case chose to remain behind and were being interrogated, authorities said. The sheriff's spokesman said someone Barnes to Fill Calhoun School Board Vacancy Daniel B. Taylor, state superintendent of schools, Saturday announced the statutory appointment of Fred 0. Barnes to the Calhoun County Board' of Education. Barnes of Grantsville will replace Peter J. Zannoni who resigned last month to become assistant state commissioner of highways; Taylor made the appointment after members of the Calhoun County school board were unable to decide on a successor. State law says that the state superintendent of schools shall appoint a county school board member if, after 30 days, the county board hasn't filled the vacancy. ··' Barnes, 57, is a retired school teacher. He now works as an insurance executive in Grantsville. apparently broke into the courtroom in the new law enforcement complex and got the cell key. While deputies were out answering a call, someone entered the jail and unoocked the cells. Those who escaped were identified as Dan Cournoyer, 21, Mark Winkler, 18, Mike Weston, 18, Godwan Weston, 21, and Jim Weddell, 19. All are members of the Yankton Sioux Tribe. They were being held on state charges of burglary, grand larceny and assault with a dangerous weapon without intent to kill in connection with the pork plant takeover, which lasted 16 hours. Each of the defendants also faces feder- i al charges of assault with a dangerous weapon with intent to. do bodily harm and breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony. Police were fired on sporadically during the occupation which ended when state Atty. Gen. William Janklow directed a tear gas attack. No one was injured. An Aug. 13 evidentiary hearing was scheduled in their case and all were being held in lieu of $8,000 bond each on the state charges and $5,000 bond each on the feder : al charges. Strickland Named To Campus Ministry The Most Rev. Joseph H. Hodges, bishop of Wheeling-Charleston, has appointed Rick Strickland of Lowell, Ind., as associate director for campus ministry for the diocese. He will serve as a communications link between the diocesan office and each campus community. He will be based in Wheeling, traveling around to college campuses all over the state. t: Clearance! Men's Famous Name Shoes Final Reductions no Originally 17.95 to 28.95 Now ... Extraordinary values. Selected styles from our regular stock! Now reduced to an unbelievably low, low price. Not all styles in all sizes ... Semi-Annual Sale .. Hurry in now and save. 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