Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 4
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 4

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
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l.\ 1«)72 Sun rlay C,astttP-Mail -- --Charleston, w«t Virginia Rights Bill Approval Hold Likclv in ay t h e equal r i g h t s W A S H I N G T O N · r. The president of the Icapuc. said in if Women Voters Satin 1 - ;i s t a t e m e n t . predicted r a t i f i c a t i o n in "i. oaRUOS have not forgotten t h e i r s u f f r a g i s t , roots and in s t a l e legislatures whore action is s t i l l to come, t h e y ' l l be work- ins h"' women's r i g h t s just as h a r d as I heir predecessors lobbied for the right, to vote." The leagues also released voting f i g u r e s i n d i c a t i n g t h a t in I ho Hi":! elections women eoulrl. for t h e f i r s t t i m e , vote in greater percentages t h a n men. pace, the Stmio ^.1 per cent of the \W m i l l i o n Americans of voting c o n t i n u e s t o age are women, the league day May in?:; u! a m e n d m e n t . The league noted t h a t !2o s t a t e l e g i s l a t u r e s h a v e approved t h e prnpo.-e.i amen imetit to I hi 1 Cons t i t u i i o n t o liar d i s c r i m i n a t i o n because of "v It m u s t be ap- p'-r.ver| in ',", .^tates f o r enact- m e n t S t a i r - l e g i s l a t u r e s r a t i f i e d t h e W o m a n ' s S u f f r a g e a m e n d m e n t a t a h H i t t h e same leacue -aid "I:' the p a t t e r n hold Tutoring Service Has Growing Pains My Rosalie Earle j"Just the increase in numbers leer programs have the poten-|opened from 9 a.m. tr 4 p.m. on More t h a n 5(K) students in 64 each year has been enough for thl O f bcine a verv laree nro-l w( ? e kdays at Cabell Adult Edu-j " .' " * * * v ' - - · = - - - " ' ' ( i K K A I . I ) P K H K Y .Vccr/.v ' / ' i i f r i r x Kanawha County schools re-' me -" he added. ceived t u t o r i n g last year! To qualify as a tutor, Perry through the school board's tu-said, a person must have an ms OKKIPP" h» -aiH "has torial and volunteer services. interest in other people and . , ' , . ' , , a * ',, Gerald Perry, coordinator of som e degree of academic profi- Jolne) hancls wllh the Kana " services, said although his officei. cienc y in lne f 'e' d he is tutoring: wna County Clothing Center received 706 requests for tutors,!'"But ne saj d a college degree.which is also staffed by volun- only .·():{ to be tutored could bei w a s not necessary. : leers The center has supplied placed because there were not "We encourage our tutorsi aD01J t a fifth of the school popu- enough tutors. He said there arei with a lot of oral interaction.ilation with a basic wardrobe. presently :!54 volunteer tutors Some students have some things The center, headed by volun- wlio work with the students. ithey want to share and thei lcer Mrs. John Giannakis, is In addition to more tutors, the academic portion will come lat- tutorial services need to be ex-: er '' ne explained. j pantled into the outlying areas, 1 Another part of his job, Perry! Perry told a meeting of the explained, was the volunteer! education committee of the program. Last year 57 volunteer Charleston Chamber of Com- aides were trained in the use of [ merce Friday. He said the tu-office machinery, art and bulle-i torial services were created in tin board construction and otheri ;cation Center Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 DOUGHNUTS CHICKEN OF YOUR CHOICE Fried or Barbecued AGORA CARRY-OUT STERLING RESTAURANT Ph. 343-4570 Mrs. tho in Benson said that, "with ]m ' 8 m a i n l y as the result of the;matters that would allow the! ·ikniit-.M,. im-,,,O n ·,, nf fo rl -s of the chamber's educa: teacher to devote more time to! , . . . . . . ... ,, . --- I'.puuinK, u p s u t ^ e m tion committee instruction The v o 1 u n t e e r s ^ we should he c e l e b r a t i n g said. Polls i n d i c a t e that, women wnmen s interest in polities , . . ! worked in 11 schools the ·· n a c t m e n t nf t h e 27th and men are about even in reg-, I here's an excellent chance (hat P K R R Y S A I D he had no eval a m e n d m e n t m May of next istration. at about 74 per cent!well sunrnss the men's v o t i n g nation procedure for determin- , V | i ar. Lucy \ \ i l s o n Bensi.n. each, it said. 'record." 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